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Abstract of Income & Expenditure, Year Ending 30th, June, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

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Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Homebusli Fat Stock Sales. SllEI-p, 8,441 penned, representing about 24 consignors, and included drafts from Xew Zealand, Tasmania, and Yieto-iia. ] All qualities were in evidence, with a good proportion of heavy crossbred?. ! There was only a moderate attendance of buyers at the start, the market opening dull and weaker, imurovimr, howevor. as the sales progressed, especially for prime descriptions, values for such showing but tittle alteration : other sorts were liardly s - firm. Lambs were iu small supply, chiellv descriptions ; values weaker. P:iaie merino wethers ISsto 20s. Extra 24s to 25s. Good ISs to 14s. Medium Ss to 9s. Prime and heaty xbred wethers 20s to 22s. Extra 25s to 30s. uuuu ioreu woiuers its to jos. Medium Ss to 10s. Prime merino ewes 12s to 13s . Dxtra 15s to ITs. Good 9 s to 10s. Medium 6s to Ts. Piime xbred ewes 15 to 17s. Few extras 27s to 37s. Good 1 Is to lCs. Medium Ss to 9s- Prime lambs 1 2s to 13s. Good 9s 6d to Iqs Cd. Medium 7s te 8s. CATTLE. 9G4 yarde...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Annual Report for Year Ending June 30, 1902 [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

ilnsoal Rsparif-jr Year Ending Jitas 30, 1902 Gl'Vn.HMK^, — I Youv Committee his much pleasure in I presenting you with the Report and ! Statement of Receipts mid Expenditure ! for the year 1902. Tiie Anuuul Exhibi- j tion was hold ou 2Gth February, and al though the Reason, on account of tho Jong protrnclca urougnr, was most un favorable tho exhibition, talrim ns a whole, was the _ most successful yet held by your Association. The attendance exceeded nil previous years, tlie pate ro ceipts t.etalling £ IS 12s Gd for tlio day. The entries show an increase, f-92 being received as against 58:) for 1001. All tho sections excepting Sheep, Wines, and Vegetables, were we'll filled, competition lieing exceedingly keen in mo«t. In tho following sec! ions tho entries were — Section A, Blood Horses. 2D en-i tries; Section B, Draught ITorses, -J 1 entries; Section C, Miscellaneous Horses, j 122 entries; Section D, Cattle, 33 entries ;j Section (1, Farm Produce, 40 entries ; Section H, Dairy an...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

General Nev/s. Many graziers and settlers report tha* all the culverts between Careoar aud Trunkey (25 miles) are in a dangerous state. There sre no railings on them, and travellers iu the dark eanuoi see then. . Last weak Mr. Evan, who lives, near Trunfeey, was riding home from Carcoar at slight, wheu his horse fell into the drain- Mr. Rvan had some of his ribs ? i TT' 1 ? ? \ loped home, and Sir. Byan w-as *£*\ home by a neighbour. The Rev. Mr. Mayne, a late rector of jLitligow parish, who died recently iu England.left all he possessed (£42) to tha Lirhgow Hospital. The reason given for the bequest is that some time back £39 was subscribed iu die parish to pay his passage from England, aud as he could not corns he restored the money in this wav. Newspaper speculation as to the filling of the vacancy of Governor- General is rite, arid the names of the Earl of Car rington and Lord Jersey-bath esGover D.irs of New South Wales and of the. Dake of Marlborough - are mentioned as aspiran...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Local Directory KEWSPA ri'll. Hie Canowmdra Star, — a £j.iv and impartial organ, which Hakes no party | . side, hut strives to give accurate informa tion on all subjects.; a loud papef which is entitled to the support of all well ^vishors ol' the district. AVCTiuxa;Eits. Jolm Fiun. i:axi-:s. Commercial Hanking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — V. Ji/latcliford. lilAOKSMiniX AX11 WUJSEr.WIlIGIlTS R Ayrton JCMarka F Williams. ClIVMlST Cuiiowir.dra Dispensary, W H. Atkinson JUKEliS M. Costello. ? hutch r.iisr Goodacre and Graham. T. L. Ivirklund IIOTKI. KFKPETtS M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J JI Marshttll, Victoria Hotel KADDLKltS J. B.Nowland1' Atkinson 13ros INSURANCE AGKNCIT.S Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life. — J J Fiun. STOltliKEKPKllS T. Finn J. Loyd. T3XDEISTAKEHS J 0 Marka ' - - ' W Atkinson ?WOOL AND, riiODtlCE BUYERS T Brec-n

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

cstel and Telegraphic Intoi maticn. | OlKJCK JIunRP. lost Office ojn-n 9 u.iii. to 6 p.m. Ttilograph (Jliiuu upon 9 a.m. to Hp.™. Waney Ordors, daily from 9 a.m. to p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9 a. in $ p. 111. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post, office hours _ cashing', during1 moiicy order hours. ' Note. ---All offices aro closed during1 sorting of mails from Sydney at 10.. '30 a.Hi, daily. Ar.iuv.i'i, of Mails. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, utmy at lo-oo a.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 1 a.m. Eugowra, Tuesday and Saturday at 1.S0. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 1.. 10 p.m. V\ (ill; tin diiu -iv n, WtdccEufiy and Saturday at 1, p.m. Goolugong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwosxf and liimlett, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 .p.m. Dici'AirrcRu of Maii.s. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at S.45 ]).m Cow ivi, Monday, Wednesday -and Fri day at 11 a.m. Eugovvwt, Monday and Friday at 1 1.. 'l Cargo, Monday, 'Wtduesda y aud Fri daya{8.;V0 a.m. Walli and ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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It Appears That: [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

It Appaars That: The ne iv pose ollice at Cargo is not yet erecte:?. Bauu- ter Tobin has given up tho euphoniuu ml now Mows the cornst. The verdict is 'good oil both.' No amount of discouragement can damp tho ardor of the bandsmen. j.ue neau uaitery at uargo nas ueen sold. Luke Hughes, of Molong, is likely to make his name as a pigeon shot. A woman at Navrabri has been re manded on a charge of writing anouiuious letters. The maximum fine for leaving dead animals on public roads is £10. Of 951 voters on 1 lie Molong R.ibbit district electoral list only 2o i votes wero recorded. Aosording to new regulations post misters sro not compelled to give change. Mr. J. T. Keating registrar of the land appeal Court will probably bo Mr. C. E. Finchs successor as Chairman of the Loonl Land Board. Over 3 03 men are working on tho Luckuow fields. Rock Lily has beon p:ir:hasod by Cap tain Claude Smith — price £50. Molong Batter Factory during Juno treated 9,142 gallons milk aud disbursed £180 15s. T...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

£5C- REWARD. E2ATI) by the TTndersigned.for rnforma _ tion that will lead to the conviction of any. person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to the Bangaroo or Oon-Ju:odin:; Huns. ITAMl LTON OSBORNE. J. M. ATKINSON. . KANGAROO Tar Fire Earmark . Sheep # 7 Cattle JiO Horses JiQ jCONOMODINE 'Sheep if Cattle OO Hprses JWrey Robinson, - - v Rewsarenl yvT.v Fancy. Ccetls . */{\ Kus£c i\\ £Md * ^ Beck Ssller. Best ? brands Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars rnid Cigarettes always on hand at lowest X-ricos Agent for Mercnniile Muhinl Assu range Sesiety nn.l Atcherla}- aaJ Deacon CtidaS Roller Flour Mil! CA5E0WIKDSA BRANCH. ws»e at Gristed In any quantity FLO UP, BRAN, & POLLARD, ALWAYS ON HAND. L. KfRKLAND, AGENT. -) Public Notice. PHEL PS & C O., BOOTMAKERS, ETC., CAEBWIEDRA AtlcBsoK Bros. Saddlery Mart. A Trial solicited, ltepairs neatly and cheaply executed. ^ JUNCTION HOTEL C A N 0 INI) E A, M A TT. OWYER PROP RIETOR, \ Only Wines Tlia * Spirits Best m And Brands Beers Kept in' St...

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A SMART CYCLING DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

A SMART CYCLING DRESS. Cyclists have been busy of Jate over hauling their maohines for summer rambles and week-end runs, and bearing in mind the needs of the athletic woman I am showing this week a new design for a cycling ooatums that is well worth copy ing. It is intended to be made of grey green cloth, with wide-stitched straps on the Bhoulders and on the skirt, each strap being piped with red cloth— for which, however, white cloth might be substituted if preferred. Narrow straps of cloth are also introduced on the sleeves in char acted with the trimmings throughout, and the rkirt is finished all round the hem with two or three rows of stitching, A leather belt and pocket and a white cambric skirt with red tie finish this neat but striking-looking model, which is ao compenied by a hat of gold-coloured straw, bound round the brim and other wise trimmed with bla:k velvet ribbon. The same design works out extremely well in fawn-colour, piped with a deeper shade, or in a heather-colo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

.: il Wet Paint ' we ofrec se? about ( And siiseJy keep our distance; ? AvI il££ tlilS IS gooil liO doubly ! Aud vaJtiabie nssistanee. ; But there's one thing more precious still. Of ;'isr you am niike sure. By d: i dhg eS your coagh or chili,. ^ 1 ith oC'.is1 G: cat Poppas mint Care. _ At a nioetlcg c-f the Casino J. C. oa Friday. Charles Brown and Fr-mk i.a icr, tbe J-o-.-key Wi lls, and tlie horse Cad mus were disqaali'Jed for life for alleged fraudulent practices iu conaecaoB' with the. running --f Cadjius iu the Ptibiiean's puree at the dab's laectlae oa th? 2oih iiiunij, . *' 1

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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A COTTONBLOUSE AND LACE COATEE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

A COTTONB LOUSE AND LACE COATEE. two very modish blousvbodies are sketched in the gronp picture in this j column. They differ essentially in style, and are both of the very latest design, ' The lace bodice or coatee would adapt it self to various occasions ; it might be a tea-jacket, or a theatre-jaoket, or be worn j with long gloves for a garden party. ] Moreover, the design is farther useful in- 1 asmach as the collar-band and yoke might tie dispensed with tor fall evening wear. Cream-coloured or white piece-lace of a coarse pattern compotes the jacket, and this lacs is provided with a cutout added - edge, run through with black bebe velvet. The collar is frilled with kilted chiffon, and the sleeves conclude in deep frills of tho same. A bic knot of black velvet ribbon is attached to the corsage at the left side, and the waistband is aleo of velvet and unites the bodice to the basque, which, as will be Been, is quite Bhort. The full front of white lisse is gathered into a lace col...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Canowindra P. A., and H. Association. ATTENDANCE OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Csncwindra P. A., and H. Assscia'j tion. | ATTENDANCE OF COMMITTEE. Daring the past year 13 meetings of the Committee of the local Association have been heid; at which the Committee men elected attended as foil, ws.— ? Ii. A Alton ? ? ? 5 t C. F Atkinson ? jo j W. Atkinson ? ? 7 ! Blatchford ? ? n T. J. Crawford . , ? ? ? ? 9 F. C. Ciovre ? ? 0 F. E. Or 1 von ? 3 T. Bre « ? ? ? 4 J. Boyd ? ? ? 11 Jus 3 nos ? 5 \V. H. Traves ? ? ? ? ? ? ? , 6 J. J. Finn . . . ? ? ? 13 i.j.^inn ? ? ? 5 T. Grant. ? ? ? ? ? S Jas Goodacre ? .... ? 3 A. Robinson ? ? 10 . J. Swindle ........ ? .... 2' y^. Bassett ? ? ..... 5 Q- Fersoson ? ? ? ' s J. B. Newlanl ? ? ? 7 J. H. Marshall ? 6 G. GiHEr ? 2 J- C. Marka ? ? . 1 D. R. McDonald ......... S G. K. Min er ? ? ? 8

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Sketcher. WAINEWRIGHT, 'THE GENTLEMANLY MURDERER.' [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Sketcher. WAINE WRIGHT, ' 'THE GENTLE MANLY MURDERER/ tfKKHOMAS Griffiths Wainewriglit was j/vl'jb born at Chiswick in 1794. His SftLs mother died at his birth; his father soon afterwards. He was an only son. His maternal grandfather, a well-known bookseller and founder of tbe once famous ' Monthly Review/ and his uncle took bitii respectively under their care. He attended an academy kept by the scbolary Dr Burney, brother of Madame D'Arblay, and early developed a remarkable aptitude for drawing and painting, a superficial if varied fondness for books, and a much more pronounced affection for personal adornment. When of age he inherited a ' modest competence' of JE200 from consols — his mo'her's mar riage portion. He held a commission in a cavalry regiment, but was forced to leave the Army through a critical illness. He came into public notice in 1820 as a writer of sensuouB sentimentalities ' on art and the drama in the ' London Maga zine,' His pen names were numerous, the best kno...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Housekeeper. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Housekeeper. HOUSEHOLD HINTS, Camphor will not destroy moths in carpets after they nivo a foothold there. A good way to kill them is to take a coarse crash towel and wring it out in clean water. Spread it smoothly on tbe carpet, and then iron it dry with a hot iron; repeat the operation on all bus TlAltfad r-art~.a nf fVi n nQrnaf Thia iIaq. not in j are thej carpet in the least, for heat and steam do t'-e work of destruc tion, and no pressure is needed. Do net darn fine woollen uniergarmanls with wool. It will shrink and pull out a hole larger than the original. Use, for darning winter underwear, the loosely twisted knitting silk. Darn loosely, and when washed the new texture haB almost the Bame thickness as the knitted goods itself. For cleaning painted walls dissolve two ouuceB of borax in two quarts of water. Add a tablespoonful of ammonia. Use half this quantity to each bucket of water ; do not use soap. Rub with clean towels till dry. Sweet oil applied with a soft flannel is e...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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POETRY ROBIN ADAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

POETRY EOBIN ADAIR. What's this dull town to rnef Robin's not near ; He whom I wish to see, With bo t* hear, Where's all the joy and mirth Hade life a heaves on earth P O ! they're all fled with thee, Rebin Adair, v What) made ih' assembly shine P' Ro in Adair ! Wha made the ball eo fine P Robin wai there ! What when the play was o'er, Wliat m&do my heart so sore P 0 ! it was parting with Robin Adair. But now thou'rt far from me, Eobin A dair I And now tbat I never see Sabin Adair. Yet he I love so well * Still in my heart shall d well, 0 1 I can ne'er forget Robin Adair.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The State Finances [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

The State Finances. Rir John Son ou Saturday in refaring to the State finances said from what he could learn he was afraid when the ii' : a ;i rial F.tntome;it cants to bo made that a. dofi;il would bavc to bo annotlncod ; but -Ir :ni -l;i hp s. i:n o siit.isf'aciioii to the IV.lb lie to learn that it would not be a very j large deficit. If it had not been , for the: drought, thn increased expenditure on the railways. and other causes whkdi ootild not be controlled by the Govoruinesit, the Treasurer would have be/m able to have announced a sur plus of nearly £i03,0J0. The revenue continued to come in in a most satisfac tory manner, and that handed over by the Commonwe.uth had beeu even larger than anticipated, The expenditure had been excessive. This was especially the wise in connection with the railways, ana it had beon er.use.d by the carrying of feed for starving stock at cheap rates, the e-arriogo of -v,]'or to inland towns, and by o'.lior non-paying Intsincss of a like kind. U...

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NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The Mystery of A Moonlight Tryst, [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

[?] [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] Th. o Mystery of A Moonlight Trvsf, By Iza Duffus Hardy, Author of * MacGil'.eroy's Millions,' &a., &a. [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER I. ' I wonder if you remember the old 'WiehiDg-Wtll as well as I do? Somehow I do not fancy yon have tv.rjrotten it. Will you be tlicre to to-morrow evening between balf-ptiPt eig-»t and nine P It will be moonlight There i'b much that I want to talk to you about. ? As ever, your friend and eister, 'E D.' ? I suppose I must go,' Gerard Onslow said to hiwenlf, pulling his moustaohe with t'ne habitual gesture of man which indicates that the manly mind ie some what perplexed, when hp hud perused the above billet-doux, but without any in dication of lover-like rapture. 'No time to suggest any other arrangement. Half past eight P What time do those Dam piet-B dine, I wonder P I must get away after ooffee. Lucky there's not a dinner party on ! Wish she'd give a fellow a little choioe at to time and place.' It waB on...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Returned Troopers. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Returned troopers. j 1 For some time past the feeling has been genera! that something should be ! by the r.'sid.'nrK Cariowiudra to mark their appreciaticn ot the services to the mothei country rendered by seve ral troopers, natives or residents of ihis | ?iistnet ami wiio ii--.ve jt'.-t returnea irom | South Afi-iea, The matter had been ! postponed on account of the continued rbseuoe. two of ihe troopers Messrs. S. F. MuHutapy. and G-. II. Ne-.vj.iy. A meeting of r^.-idetsts took pluca or. Saturdnv \tisrht last, iiow^vt-r. when it was ?hat s't'-iis should be taken iu ihe matter. T!-ere was a very fair ] ?itt 'ndaiic-f. ilr. .1 -. Ra? birring r,' voted t-i the chair, he explained tho ob ject of tfco meeting in a few words, Ii =vas decided that the four retn»*aing troopers, Messrs Muliampy. Newton, IVnham, aud Fitz;mtr:ek be presented with medals suitably inscribed, ihe pre -««nta?!oa' to take place, at a saaial of welcome. The follovrtaggeatlemen were tA Aorli^ rtTif . 1 Mr N Clarke...

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Adrift in Antarctic Seas, [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED] CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Adrift in Antarctic! Seas, I [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED] Br Mrs James Suisted, Author oi ' Dr. Brian M' Arthur,' &c. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED] CHAPTER III. ' rhat day several whales were seen, blowing and sending up jets of vapour and spray, and towards evening the first iceberg was sighted, passing within a quarter of a-miie of them. It was about 100 feet in height, of a white colour, in places tinted faintly with blue, which became of a deeuer ehadn rV..i -„-. washed its base. It was not unlike a large frigate just launched, without her masts and spars, calmly and majestically floating by, with a large petrel flying near Later on, a solitary figure leaned over the bulwarks with head sunk in his folded arms, and his slight frame convulsed by anguish sobs that seemed to break from the depths of a despairing heart. It was growing dark, and May, irao had stolen quietlv on deck, did not at first recognise in the grieving form poor 0;csr, the young cabin bay. Discovering presently who it ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

COMMITTEE MEETING. I A meeting of the committee was held iniaiodiabdv on tho couinii'tuMi of tho businoss of the annual meeting then; bo i:i£ present.. — M^s-rs T Finn (nresidonO T L Kirkland, E J Rourke, (viceprosi donts}, R Ayrton, M J Abberton' J Koyd, G Peek, T Breen, P Coady and J Co'k. Mr. Rourke proposed 'That tho secre tary Bo instructed to writo to tho author ities to ascertain what amount of subsidy ? .N., »i,„ I....,.! '- Mr. Poek thought a most sensible motion and seconded. Can- i ed u n an i mou sly . ?.Ir. Cool; moved ' Thnt the secretary : be oaipoH-ored to have repairs eifoeted to to tha gatos and fences of the School of Arts building, anl that he be empowered to have barbed wire idaced ou ton of the fences,' Eoconded by Mr. Boyd and car ried. Tiie Pi'-sident pointed out that it had been decided at last mooting to have tho best menus of raising funds for the insti tution discussed at this meeting. He thought i orsonally that a ball should be held in the near futuro i...

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