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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

I?f it's a GOOD PAIR of SH1OES you are looking for, Call at SWANN'S Cornerof .SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS, They will Serve you WVell, And at Swan Street, Richmond; 6io Puckle'Street, 1\Ioonce Ponds; 370 Sydney Road, Brunswiuk. Punshon & Co.'s Sale Now Proceeding 4 lb. Salgs S.Ri. Flour 2/ Champignons (Mutishrooms) 1/3 tin Broken Date and Currant Biscuits, 31b. i/. Good Chutney, dd bottle Seeded Raisins, 5cd lb Bargains in Crockcry, Ironmongery, andi Electro Ware. SSee Sale y1il1s. You will a New Suit and an Overcoat for the Winter and you cannot do better than let W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Measure you. He has a Choice Selection of the Season's Goods which you will be pleased with. His Address Is 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next Footscray Club) -- Ladles' Costumes a Specallity.- ave you tried STEWART S It isDelioious. Try one to-day. Splendid Cure for Indigestion. rice 3d per loaf. G' ~.iAL. L46nkpl~Pell FAMILY GROCER & PROVISION MERCHANT, Phone go Foots...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

MUNICIPAL.. 'The borough of Eiiilehawk is cir culhlrislug theu uluteilpal couoncls,draw lng itttentlon to a proplosed bill in re gard to the lelndlgo Creek reclaumi tion, and that the purpose of the bill was to create statutory authorIty to oupel ithe couInclls of Bedtlgo city, ElglehiwlI borough, .1;rolng, Iltonitly and Strathleloldcaye shires, coutiguons tulllicipaltties, to unlite to ler'fortl the work of clearling out liridigo ('reek. It was considered Ihat the bill \\ould Ib of r'-reac'hin g imlIport IIic ce ?ll Ill cplillcnli l councils, for, if iI were al lowed to pass linlo law, several prll ciples would le allirmned which would very seriously affect Iinny i ui. ici pIllitles, ii' lthey were iade of gene rUl] appliction. Accolrdingly, Iullli eipnlities generlally were earlesitly re quested to e.xpress their views on the qulestion, anlld .1o co-oetll'i e with ]Eagleltawk ot uVell. Tliey were urged to reqluest their l'anrlltuucntary replreseLntatives not to give the bill Itely...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSED TANNERY. AT YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

ROIPOSED TA.NVNERY. AT YAttIIAV1LLN, At.L onday's meeting of the couu eli anil application was rectilvcd from 'lMuscrs. Lloyd Brus. a id Maginuals. upplylug for a license ht carry on I' business of ia taunnly at. IYaravillo, at tho lutersuectlion of \\Whitehall and "31ultc-struelts, It was stated thltl, a sui of i3300 would ,be spenllt builtl lugs and thatt nio gllue or by-prolduct would be handled. Iromu n to 10 llhands would be ? mnlltoyed, Lut it wvas lntended to double thatl nuhmber later. Onil the motin of C'r. iteldilng the pltliclltttion. was referred rr the un ll cit otilcers for relort.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BETTING IN PARK. HEAVY FINES RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

BETTING IN PARK. lIEAVY FINES RECORDED. At ?Moliday's court, Charles Foote-and ?Arthur -Watson were charged with, on ," July ii, unlawlully betting in the Foot scray Park. Mr. Ilall appeared for Foote anld both accused pleaded guilty. 'Plttin-clothes Constable Davis stated that on the,-7 itt inst. Constables Spatt tand llirrell made a complainlt to him, and he ,arrested the two defendants. They :.admitted having made bets. It was the second offence in Foote's' case. -". :tlr, hall: For the second offence the ' pentilty is £tloo, and the matin object for coming here is to ask for time to pay. : Mr. tohen, P.M.: It only shows tlhat the Legislature thihks the offence is very serious. As the fine is so suete., we 'will inllict the minimnunm penalty, Zlo ), at, the rate of £,o per month. W : atson was fined the minimum for a `"`"first roffence, Lao, in -default three months' imprisonment, and allowed to pay at the rate of 'a per month.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORKERS HOMES. PROPOSAL TO BORROW MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

WORKERS HOMES. PROPOSALI TO BORROWV MONEY. .. he deputation arrahged by the Foot 'scray and Port 'Melbourne Councils wait ed .on the. Minister of Lands (MIr. 11, S. :\' Ln.'Lawson) on Wednesday. , They were 'ia; ccompanied by Mr. J. G. Asilman, .M.C., and Messrs. E. C. Wiarde,. i-?linimon and G;. .Sangster, M's.li;A., and ' ;JJr, J. G. Barrett and iMr Pearson, of the Town -Planning and Anti-Slum Associn tion. The Footscray representatives wished to have certain Crown lands, said to be suitable, set aside -for the purpose of erecting workers' homes, and Mr. Law son signified his intention of sending an oflicer to this district to inspect . Port Melbourne representatives wished to have an area set apalt 'at Fishermen's e:lelnd--being the only area available at the Port-and the ,Minister undertook to. consult with the Ilarbor Trust and finally, the Cabinet.: 11e espressed his sympathy with the, movement. This town-plan ning proposition is fraught with great possibilities, and it is hop...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY CASES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

RAIL IA ('CASES At the local court on 'T hIday aylr H colb proi oultilin for the It.ail wa de partil .ment.l Jame, Rodgrs was t.eib;a?l with riding lii.t-class on ii seconld-classi tilkel. hbtween \VWest Foots?ecry and Spencer street aind waii lined 10; wih I ' cotisi. William ('lmuphell, charged with tri, pas-ing on railway property at Seddon, wvas lined 2'?/ with 15 costl. Alfred L. Bird and Edwai d .I. lilhert travelled fri, W\Villiamstown in lirst elasm ctari oii Sec(ind-cla- tii'cketi, and were fined I1i/ with IF.' costs. Albert. Ya'tes, who saidr he hd lost his ticket, hilbut laiter admitted thaI. he hlid lin t Ip rchllls?-.d one, Viwas lined 20' with 15; colsts. I.,i-t Iu . tll i llllCT bl~r ,l; (I .71 rltt t I.,, ril I l;Ii l i ý I I.r ( I.ti. l ".-t pl yrlii II, :,> r.: T.(i t.~ iIiiie ii . itlc lhii., L. , h, I..i - , II lI , \V it- h -i l . 'I ll{: I 'li S i t 1i , i , -i_ i l lt f;( ?H l l S tti l - A i dii t - \ ii ,t l " ,ri ti d -: l.ri' , I ibtllihir I. l i ? l ( ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

HELP YOUR TOWN. -4------- Talk about it. Write about it. IlIlp to heonutify it. Iliy all you :an in it. Advocate progressive ideas. 1.emlaltibcl thalt by aýsi.-lt.ng tLrade?.l til,! yeol help thei place along.i tKeep your money in the plnce. Bell Ill yogiu cn and buy ,d! you can at m? . 'lhie Imen who ihave invested in ;?tres, )1ork!hl:opl and othrr business lnc .r are building up the town, and

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DRIVER'S OVERTIME. SHIRE COUNCILLOR FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

SIIIRE COUNCILLOR FINED, i".r-?Ai thie Sunshine Court on \Vednesday ,'.before Dr. Cole, P.Ml and Messr.s "'.Kay :and Dethanm, J's.P., John Bur . gen, a iilnspector of factories, chargec George'- \\im. Pennell with, during the Swecek elnding Maly 9th, employing Thonta .George:' as ,driver ol a two-horse vehicle at a lower rate of wage than tlut: deter !,minedby;thq Wages- board : in fltat occu pation, M1r.: Clomnley, of the. Croip :Lai lIe. partmnent, prosecuted, indd Mr.- A; C, Sccomb appeatred' for the defentdant, twlht '-denied the charge. \,r; Choinley, in .o6pening stated thai drivers of two.horse -'vehicles" in the 'e:tropolitan area should receive 50o/ pet week of ,' hours, aind time and i hall for 'overtime, n Ir. ' Penncll, who car. -" ried ,oon a "nianure workls at flraybrlook, was" outside "the" metropolitan area-; ul 'the complainant driver was employed -the greater -part of his time driving in the miletropollitann area. Duri'g the week re. Sferred, to lie Worked 7 .hours...

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"SPARKS." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

Wattle Day. Amicable settlement reached. See Ilesse nios. for furniture bar gains.-Adj. The Hlelgravina Lodge hold their An nual Social in the Royal Hall on Septem hiir :h'd. Ilcil)El:i L. II I1.1,I, to let lor concerts dla c tt,., lleetltn :,, etc Apply to the ru; t, al. tr. - Adv. The C(:tli rra t2uadrille CLhu hold an as.otebly at the Mlechnlit "' hall every Hauturday 'vni- ng. i n't l. Iorg-t' 1 . If, lio111, r's Em pl ye'.' Anuai l I(i?d( ,rllra, Federal I loa, ont Wd ll- rtiy 2')th .July. - Adv. The t anaglte- nt of the (;rand Thea tru tr?ort? ~o6'oA honis? thi-s wvr.]h. The -ir I-i tt- r--tar trg Monday is "Tess o," 'Ihr I,? it , ,,li t . 'llr , ntIl :,hi n ,, ;I /Ian ptli tely and n Iklv' , t min note of hI and, i, :,ilrl.ly'i I . ti. ,\n ler..on, (i4I 1 Ld ,! I"t. . O,,t li io hours 3f ! ,I?) p.Ar r ..dr iTh.e i ut-rl.:y ,i h:,nic ' institute. ub cr'itiron 2I o ir tIparter. New tiev I -rfn L,ni -td(o dir ci rvery month Four i-----cock L, iird tablhes. Join now. Adv. l'tort ...

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FOOTSCRAY RAILWAY STATION. SERIES OF COMPLAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

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PICTURE THEATRES. THE GRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

TIlE GRAND. The Grand has been doing good busi ness (luring th'e palst week. (Co?mmeln cing Monday nnd during thme whole of next week the great star pIiclture, "T'ess of the Storm Country", will be shown. this picture comes with a gr~at rcputaI tion iind no doubt will be accordel crow ded houses. THE TIOUAI) ERlU. Douors were again closed Inst Sl tur daiy at 7.30 when a goodl programlme was submitted. To-night the .1 flying Lannnmys (Anmerica': greatest gymnas ts); Neil Cant (great Scotch comedi ain) ; l'hillips and Wagstalff (1greatsing ing actors) and it full stllr ictur'e pro griunlie, " Mabel's I'redicainent. Star picture for Monday, T'uesday and Wednesday a I-reel screen, *" Ieah K?lechna " &c. ; for T'lhursmday, Friday and Saturday, "The Ilunchlmack " &c. VICTOR T'I'll A'I'.I The " bauty Contest " at the Victor 'hea tre is still going strong. The third andl Inst series of colntesltants will be shown next week, colllllecilg Mondatly night, also llan esxceptiunal...

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FOOTBALL. FOOTSCRAY v. NORTH MELBOURNE. LAST YEAR'S PREMIERS SUCCESSFUL. A SPIRITED CONTEST. RESULT IN DOUBT RIGHT UP TO THE BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

FOOTBALL. NO'TES BY "HAL' F'OIRWARDD." FOOT0ASCIIAY v. NMOI'II MEL BOURNE. LAST YEAR'S I'IElMIIt1E S SUC .OESSIFUL. A SPIIITED CONTEST. RESULT IN DOlIT' IIlGHT UP TO TUE E?LL, Undoubtedly the largest crowd that has asselmbled on tile Western IHe serve this soeison was that of Satur day last. The majority of those pIre sent were (lite satisfied that the con test would be a stirring one, and that they were right in their conclusions was verilled by the result. Crouch, LawIson and Dodlemaide were unable to take the field, and, without. wishing to reflect on any of those who filled their places, 1 a~m perfectly satisfited that the win would have been more plinnounced had Lawson and Crouch beeo in the team. The lack of collesion on the forward line was more than once alpparenit, and Law son, particularly, would have been in valuable owing to the persisteut .man nor in which lie sticks to the ol)pos lug backs and his usually reliahi kicking. Hlowever, it is pleoasing to know that such pla...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEDICAL OFFICERS. To the Editor of the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

-·-,--- - - - To 1i t E Idior' of the ".\tdve'rtler." hone c ,-Sir,-.s ; IIInuIbeI' of one of t.hIo loon rtiendly ujocleties for tihe Instt Is itTlrs, I should l ibe very nItII ll' obliged if anilly of ,i'ill C(orrl' spl'l'l ndllll L s lcotid give me' ruto u hl! Ilable lnforni r iru in rleference to tlhe proiposed re ,a'?'go??nent betweein the s' ieties lihiv li(0n d nol)hliug inijout iI olteliliy ilisiclSie by IthIe ill lbersi of Ithe soc(ele at their niietings, fir' I ihve 1not. noticed the suhIecL to 1,!be det);)'d I?l io i irL) o nIclins r 1heh il we shouldoII Ihatln iollle light, thrown oin the sub ol . IIIn Ithe coiilu iiis of ,your vi liuanllel Ioillov I)i papers.orll whi it I cai gathelr, Ithe ll il jll p oilnt at Irllssue 1 t 1 l?!e inedilll ollluers', so I nin told, lnd1. I woil ihl I u wlllingly corected if I Ilivo bonll ilisinfornled, 1are il?lilng thlat Iheiy be pulild iat thie rate of £.1 per iiininl per lodge member, Instead at the plreisent; ruiles, which vairy froml...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

IPICIAL NOTICES, WILLIAMS -TI111E SHOEMEN Otherwise known as 'The Firm that does things' have just bought For Spot Cash All the LOCK, STOCK and BARREL of the Exhibition Boot Company Prty, Limited of 542-144 Nicholson-street, Footscray. To celebrate the event with Eclat WE, i.e. WILLIAMIS THE SHOEMEN Are now holding a BIG BOOT BOOM when the whole of the stock of Boots and Shoes will be sold at Prices too smnall to CAST A SHADOW. In addition to this, the House of WILLIAMS THII SI-IOEMEN with branches in Ballarat, Ben digo, Yarraville, Williamstown, Windsor, Newmarket, Ararat, Daylesford, Hamilton, Horsham, Maryborough, St., Arnaud, Sta well, \Varracknabeal, arid Rain bow, believe in giving the CASH ' BUYER a preference over the Credit Cus tomer, and will introduce their COUPON - SYSTEM by which every customer will receive a coupon for every six pence spent, With these coupons you evl-,k ý o.akbl.aetpo ecureo, nice COLLECT COUPONS NOW by shopping at Williams the Showmen, where the GOOD...

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SCOTCH THISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

SOOTIUH THISTLE. T'l'ha Iol, .her y R'-;.'ollihl 'l'hist (. (lu h ,hl t;III .ther l' t.,l ir .itan lhl.y cn. I:cr'. at the loy;al Itail an \Vedielny f'I ;Inl ",eel, awhi' ]i 11 pro d I1, sn:llil n ' n fil]. 'I'heil Was ;I i lIr;it 1111 a nl tI iu a;i?tlt g ittllh iiiig [ , "l. 'tre, niil ,I. 1 l ri,. \'i·c( -I'r'( lde L t' \\'an llr :an l I;ti ll'nr ltld c( u u ittI'' \Wel pli( 'll (In the- s hip.l', \%'h'tl" ,, t]( ' II ] In 11;1t51l \Vn? mta(e the eal 1)hlnt of ;I a l l P?t) i derell IS president. Brt. Valconer, in ImaIlig ( II e pll'l'(!lll lIlln, I(tlloed Iro. Sltorl uight he lng sped toll' wear the hadge. .\ lamentc was played by Tiro, 3, MI'hc'hrson for two members who passed iwlnyl silce last meotine. In the persons of Bros. Mathlesou and Intli h.. The iPrograntme was then gone through;'twith the following artists taking i)a'rt:-lMiss It. Tack, TTighland fling iand Irish .*ig; Miss Blanche Clift sang ".\Angus .\linc.t.)onald'" and "but olI Ithe Rocks" vry sweeootly; and Mr. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

RIFLE NOTES. ----t--- BY "BULL'S EYE." The above club shIot nl mattch agaliult .tlliachLinig I'Place Club-13 Imen asi?lc; best 10 to counit-which resulted iu a wini for FIootscray by 30. I'ootscray scoired 457. Kennedy (4S), A., . and G. 'uDonald (47), V. Ma.s, terlon, Jolul. .1, M'IKenry (40), did well for Footscray. Illlll'hlllhg [Place scored 121. To-day's shoot Is tile first 'i'radesllen's 3600 and 700 yards. The rollowillg are tile hllndicaps:- Jo,]usonl , T'. \lasiertolon, J. N. M.'Doiutld, G. 1'Doniald, 5; Kennedy, A. J. M'Douald, It. and J. 1'lKenry, Upton, 6; Harrison, llagnu, J. Mas tertouu, Macaulnay, N. MDouald, Uroploy, 7; 0. Henderson, _tSult.h, I. I'Dontdld, Nicheolon, Stevenson, S; King Joint, A, M'Donald, Grey, D; Arieol, Berlowitz,, A. Heuderslon, 2Moore, G. .I'Uonald, Robluson: 10: Irvine, J. Jackson, Peltoll, Tanuoclt, 11; W. Jacklson, M'Ewau, Ward, 12; Douglas, D. Rogers, Murtluer, Weeis, 14. Don't forget smoke night, 1st Aumugust.-(Advt.) IPUCIAL NOTICBS. LEI I...

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THE JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

'L'1l J UNIUIIS. '1'uo uchll clrdit. cainnot be given Ihe plucky \arralille leanul for Ihe llldnllel' in which they have ketll their 42a1 I ,p this season. itartiug ill debt, with utlialy of the regular:s as dtlccrll1rs, and Itltlauid. the tlclrah ilon of the new colmittte thatil the club wa\\ to 1be 1ill on aillltileulr lines, i t'eaIl \W;ts gt togethel r tulldel' dlliicultcies, andtl has 1 be,el slrcngltheted l lltd 11lu pIroved to hich all xcslnt 111bt their chalice of hell'eliershi honorl's nlutst now be consider5ed. P'rior to last Satilurday, \\'lliaulhtow. tlied \\wiih ',1t .11 \tbulu'e Jl untrUl s for first place, with only two defeat,. Therefore, they arrived at Ya1rravllo last Satur tlny briuiluiug over with col ntidce, 1 l?rge numlllllber of siupporter's 1fro. 1)oth teams was prlesenlt, ilnd twitness ed aI good gallell(, which was SIl?nell.1t(S, yel friendly, throughout. The first portio0n WIas \evenly coutosted, \\Wil lilnllstowitl halvig olly two ploillts' lead lat hlllf...

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"THE PITFALL." Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER XII. The Statuette. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 July 1914

"THE PITFALL." By SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY, Bart., Author of "The Master Spirit," "Tho Red Chancellor," "A Prince of Lovers," otc. Published by Arrangelnent with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., Melb. & Lon. CHAPTER XII. The Statuette. They had been so engrossed in their talk that they had not noticed Its sub. Ject's approach. In a moment the malevolent look left his face and his smile became one of triumph. "I come for your congratulations on mny splendid find," he cried, as he ad vanced to them. "Is it not perfect? And, considering the centuries it must have lain burled, in a wonderful state of preservation?" As he spoke, he set the figure upll right that they could admire it. It was that of a dancing nympnlh exquis itely conceived and modelled; that could be seen in spite of the oxidisa tion and the fragments of earth which still covered the dull silver,. Miss Chilwortil and Dalray dluly ex. pressed their admiration and congratl lations. "I had an i da," de Gastard pro ceeded, "t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914

IPECIAL NOTICES, WILLIAMS -TH IIE SHOE IEN Otherwise known as 'The Firm that does things' have just bought For Spot Cash All the LOCK, STOCK and IBAiRE1lI of the Exhibition Boot Company Prty. Limited of q42-14.4 Nicholson-street,'. Footscray. To celebrate the event with Eclat WE, i.e. WILLIAMS SHOEMEN Are now holding a 3IG BOOT BOOM when the whole of the stock of Boots and Shoes will be sold at Prices too small to CAST A SIHADOW. In addition to this, the House of WILLIAMS TIIE SHOEMEN with branches in Ballarat, Ben digo, Yarraville, Williamstown, Windsor, Newmarket, Ararat, Daylesford, Hamilton, - Horsham, Maryborough, St. Arnaud, Sta well, Warracknabeal, and Rain bow, believe in giving the CASI-H BUYER a preference over the Credit Cus tomer, and will introduce their COUPON - SYSTEM by which every customer will receive a coupon for every six pence spent. With these coupons you will be able to secure a nice present for the home in the shape COLLECT "COUPONS NOWV by shopping at Willia...

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PROPOSED TANNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914

PROPOSED TANNERY. '1Tho itsplo["r url hlianllh unllierl' rt. ihrliing on ( 0 a plt i?Caloll for ertllis 'I'l itd itllt it ' I ld I llo Iwl re oI''. n o x io u s I l ht th 'e a p rnlllt t a i ll nl l '' ). I T. l thillaI er: l eln'l liker the ot('SlOlls y Ta lnnery is llloften 1 tl l i tl _. I hlt e oftletll iild t l go dtO 'lil ?id slieall: It c thCi n l. 'r'. Sl hilln lor: I Itove t 111 1 the1 'Illeslilol l' lunll ill IloI lIuc for f r il Cr. 'I'loun ld: II is only hIntnded to mnalke loather. etc. The sulg.estion of ('rl shillahltoul W"ts agl'eed to, and ilh1 letter will he cullslde'ed on Monday next.

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