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"DONALD MAIL." A RELIGIOUS CARD PLAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
"DONALUD -MAiL."' A RIELI0IOUS CARD PLAYER." A privamte-solder.-- by tile name of Ricihird Lee. wasi taken before the mammigis trates at Glnagowa for playing cards durling Divine service, 'nd( the following showsc "liowm I , cleared' h imself:- '"-*i havebccn,' said lie; *"'li the march about six vweeks. 'l have neither Bible nor ·tiOmuml o:ramyor book. I ·have nothing hut 'mi-'pah ofeajrds, ouldd 1 hope -to prove mily iiinocence'to ;you;"ons tand all. I spread olt "my pack of eai-ls iui church of a Sun -day," hieg-ogn; "b*.hsayiug, whben I see? this.Ace it reminds me tlba there is buht cnei God."-Whei I see the Deuce it renmindsi me m:f'FPathermmnid'Son': the Tray rennmiimls me of -Fothel', Sono-nnd -Ioly Ghost; the Four rBminds? me of tme- tour Evnngelists that preachcdv--Mmtttlw Manrt, Lnlie, animd John.-- Tie Five relnidlds me of tile mive wise virgium?-thlnL. trimmed their mmims: tlleremwero ,ten, five- were wise, ilid llve wevrec" foolish aml nsiitt out. The Sin re minds' me-t...
OUR CONTEMPORARIES "RICHMOND GUARDIAN." TROUBLE AT A PICNIC MAYOR WEBBER AND THE KING. ARGUMENT WITH A FOOTBALLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
OUR CONTEMPORARIES S"RICHMOND (UARDIAN." TROUBLE AT A PICNIC 1AYOR WEIBEDR AND 'TILE KING. ARoUMiENT WITIIH FOOrIIALLER. Tite q'u'eer opinions of Mayor Webher eontinueul td el hilts into trouble. Ile went to the plenlo of employees of Messrs. J. Kenll-nlon-and onat Melltonlle Oil Saturday week When'thle'toLast'o -"'Thle King" w:s proposed sevoeral "hundred. guests rose to Inuor orit., but Mr. Webber kept his retl. His actlonoceaeioned'lnUch eolnnlent,alld alter the luncheon MIr. P'ei?cy (;ihl, the well-known wing player of ithe Collingwocd footbll toanm,. consulted wiih other en ployees -and resolved to interview the alayor. C alling Mr.'Webber aside. Mr.' Oibbl ex presssdl atn opinion that an insult Ihal been- offered to the organisers of thCe pic nic. Tile [Mayor replied that he twans merely keepint to hts owns opinion and deterlnine tion; ar. Uibb said that if the Mayor de sired to air snch views Ite should not nave come-tothe' it icne. A large nuinsber of employees gattored- aro...
RATE COLLECTOR AND MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
RATE COLLECTOR AND MAYOR. .the ol. 18. nudson street; Mooneo.PndS.,, o e pr mocitientc purchasd, tikets' ,for lunnheo igatba nligllbouring hotel. It .was aunticipated, that -thle arrangemnent would obviate-any dilticalty ill rebgrd to tle attitude of Mayor Webber. vwho con tinnes to. ignorethe toast of tile King. There was, however,- an unexpected' de-. velotpmect. Pots of soup were placed be fore tile picnickers,' whl.o were Just about to commence to ent.when Mr. C. Syle rose. There had beer batr atrbetween somle 01 tile guests at tile complete olnissioll of ii toast list, but.-havlng regard to tlhe il formanl ature of the luncheoni. this lhas been tile eustol.- It was certalnly not an ildicntio by the citizellos commlittee tlhat they ihad in anly way agreed to mieet tile attitude of tile Mayor. Mr. Syle laugll ingly suggested tlart soleoille ahould owng' tile National Anthemi, ati lhe was met witlli. the reply by another piclnlicker. "You are Inot gImne.' It a itmomlent Mr. Iyle c...
THEATRES PRINCESS THEATRE SWEET COUNTY KERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
THEATRES S SWEET COUNTY KERRY. SOn Saturday eveniog lastt,tie well-knowsn Irishi :draom,. Sweet, Couiity Kerry as pltiayetto an enthuaiuatic -ndlen .-. theatre eohis t let..,L ·.---nsate all dlesir ece tollg Aulltill Boone in this pretty pay. and eaohksuceedlng night crowded houseihave y isteged o .thteiir favourite singing those sweet old:Irisht nielodice. SAlien .oone playshlis well-no wn p-art as tint O'liara, the .village blacks nil, and is nbly snupported by Mist Edna Koeel. nalls : thiseetheart.. Mr. Tom Buckles gives a opirited jlortraryal a the Majsl'. whilo Rlis Contiie Kyte it a bright and shrewd Jockey- boy. assd led tChe jigging with. verre-an d animation. MeIh'. Oesltow Edgworthls'is nii anusinlg sillanli. pigeons. which are a tart ef t hiu drama. sere siiecially trailned ti. MIr. Allet aootn' ;aid are carried around everyws'heire sitih lim.i .I'he.. tlanest is Ihill, ho n ilt, wet r when ialled. and Ilies oii its Ihis tritll. 1Bill has- been tourrisig with the ris panv...
ESSENDON CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, MARCH 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
ESSENDON' CITY ! " .. . COUNCIL - ' - 3MONDAY., MARCH 16 Present: -All except Cr. Pattison. front .whom an aPology was received on account of tile death of his brother-in-ltw.l l . Correspondence. • 4 . Yot. Keilor, wrote Wvitlh reference!to establishing a motor bus service" between EssendllOnmld Keilor. and askecd council to receive a deputation oil tlhe matter.=-Depu tatlon to:bh received Tile secretary of tlhe Essendoi 'Methlldist Sunlday school invited the attendance" of councillors at tile forthcoming "Killtatil. kindergarlen fete.' A mantly councillors intl their ladies.to attenllit as possible " '". Wood polilte out the badL coiditionl of the footways- at lt.-''Alexander :road, north, oil.the soitlt side.-tRefrrcd to'coill mittee, surveyor to report. . ",:. I M. J. Kelly wrote as to the catS . f : tlibbs v. Kelly. in supilort of his obtaln ing redress in the action, brought atraitlst hlim..-tceived. Cr.- Mountain .pointing out that the Oovernllent and not tleo.lloard hlad' br...
SUNBURY WATER TRUST. The following appeared in the "Argus" on Saturday. March 14th:—To the Editor of the "Argus." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
iUSBURY WiATER TIRUST. Toe following appeared-i the "i'Argues' on Saturday. ]Marnc 14th: To the Editor of the "Args.'" Sir--There has been commotion in r eard to the vibit of the Minister of Woter supply to Riddell andt unbury on Satur day last. 'lhe ilnbury Traust has been uAncuste ol disourtesy in failing to meet the party, and. in tile heat of the moment, threatened with extinction. Saturday is an awkward day for country people to at tend business -of this kind. ;and no one seemed to know how the partuy were travel tea. Being an ex-coonmiit?lner of the Sunbury Trust, instead of goillg to FLem ington to see the Chtaunpion. 1 stayed at home, and rode eight miles in the leatt. on the chance of meeting the Ministerialists. en arrival of the afternoon trin, but they were not there, an:d as inone krew when they were likely to get away from tlhe ilopitablo Riddell. there sw:s nlothing for It but to return home. The disapploint ment was not therefore all on onle side. Ao discourtesy was ...
BOMB SENT BY POST AN EXTRAORDINARY OUTRAGE. A MOONEE PONDS RESIDENT INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
BOMB SENT BY POST L - I AN d kTILXTRAORLNAEY OUTRAG~E. 0 to A MOO-NEE PONDS RESIDENT INJURED. I An occurrence, which hLa caused a sen-c Ssat;ion, eventuated at the Lands Ollice on e Monday, when Mr. Frederick E. Lee, a I i member of the Lands Purchlase Board, wuaspe otening an ilmoceot-lookiiog packbage, Lad -m iti the morning mollt. -. -2uOedooetn III re rost were shocked by a loud report, act were ctit in various parts o0 thle bully by JI splitters ol iron. glahs and wood. Mr. Lee, whlo lives at St. Kilda, soustained Sabrasions on the right leg, causedt Iy slot t tpeitlett, and is banering ltrom Io hooK. S . Mr. 'ihomoas lastte. o Aromillan road. LnMooCee Ponds. is suffering Ironl a eepl cut on his torelcead. nearly tl inch lolng, Sand shock. IMr. It. i. Jote.. messenger, residing t at 't Port Melbourne, received abralsions oil ead s d-and cille, and cut lip. t )r hlven Mr. Lee cut tlestring which bound hi cithe parcel, tile oomtb exlloded with [t re port whicll was Iheard rilght ...
SUNBURY WATER TRUST. MINISTER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
SUNBUBr WATErR, TRUST. - MUISTE'S "VIEWS. *SUNBURT. ]to 3ay=ýaier tion aitii lid dell on Saturday, it, cntheetiofi witr the desletlofl of flow a!o the Riddall's C'reek to teaply th Snnbnv Water Tprat aitl water, the Minister For W4ater Snppa lr· W. Hntehinson), Mr. Cattanaehl (clairman of the 'State Rivers and Water Supply Commission), and -Mr. Thomas Murruay (chief engineer of tile Water Supply De. peartnenti accompanied b Mr. A. . Rob erton (M.Lk. for the district). motored to Sunbury to'discuss the matter with the members of the Sunbury Water Trust, but, for aomo unexplaoinable reason, the repre entatives of this body were not officially present. Commissioners J. Ford sot 't'. O'Brien had incidentally heard of the 1l -1. isterial lyarlt's visit, and, along with Mr. J. I. Glchrist (vice-presidellt of tile Sun bury Progress Association) and ex-oman il ]or J; F. LMounsey. J.P., they intervisewed tile party at the Royal Hotel. when tie water trouble was inlornmally discussed. Mr. IHu...
B SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
It SECTION. St. Paul's, 181 tit. SutclifTe 45 . J. Blink h5r0l 41. D. D islnxmoods 21, J. DoLbon 2);. J. F~india two ,?or 17. J. flutes two for ). P. Smith two for 32, 11. Nixon too for 401. (Inet lnemi:50ton Jletoldist A, 165 and fdur for 62 (P. Smnitll 82, I. Nixon 42, J. Davey 32 also 18-: J. Dilhson sio for 36, I. Sut 3clitu one for 6). 6by 16 runs. Mooree iPonds West fMethodlist. 48 and 73 1.V..1\illinms 29 not oult. J. Harvey 16, S. LUorlc:a 11: Tilley eight for 29. ounge eight ot 45. Pain ore for 23,. beat Essendos Christ Church,. 29 ald 33 (Plinl 16, Tilley 12 not out: U. Ifyde four for 4. J. Mansfieldl loar for 23. 1P. Swentllann. sen.. three for I9 . ?.Ulcnca fouor for 147. by 59 runs. F]lrmingtor., lleehodist B. 112 and -79 tCanspsoll 41. I6. 'insdlay 26. Kennedy 19; Sstephens six for 47, Steel four for 54, 'nuck cett tso for t5. Hlarris three for 33, Daly one for 5, McKenzie one for 13). bent 10oo ite l'ond s 305ptlsf. 150 and 25 (Steel 117 and 10. lHarris 12; Campibell ...
HOCKEY ESSENDON HOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
HOCKEY ESSENDON HOCKEY CLUB. / Thle above club held their third annual meeting in St. P'aul's Guild Hall, on Wed.. 4th inst. There was a large attendance e1 members present. A splendid balance shece was rendered by the lion. treasurer (N. Ward~. showing a substantial b:alance tram tile season just closed. There is an improvement in view of new members, and piotsblh the club will be able to put three teams Into the feld this year. The office-hearers elected for 1914 are: President. Mr. G. Macsay; vice-presidelto. Cr. H. 5. Cole, air. J. H. Swalne, and Mr. Y'. II. 31oncur: general committee. Messrs. Gouldiig. Mackay. MeCure anud Yeo: eo vial committee, Messrs. Pratt, Whitelaw alil Ward. jullr.. hoi. treasurer. N. Ward; hion. secretary, T. C. tInches; acting asst.L hein. sec., H. IDutton. All intending members are requested to communnicate with tile secretary. 50 North street, .scot. Vale.
BOWLING THE McCRACKEN TROPHY. Essendon v. Ascot Vale. ESSENDON. 101. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
BOWLING THE McCRIACI'EN TROPIIY. Essendono v. Ascot ValI. ESSEIDON, 101. 1r: 'rd. Lant , We are, Rtussell ............ 27 Vilson. tflll0 Slhowers. 1:Barrie ......... 21 5". Stephens. Jenkins, Cox, Taylor .....l . 0: 'ooke. U. Stellphens. Sool. fill ......... 24 AS.COT VALE. 82. 'oslso. lIege,, Paull, Iluellisal ...2...... 22 Cosler. illrrishllll. d?c. Iolieortson ... . I'altou, w. oadsscatl. Scutt. loactltray .. .. le lp:trd. Tl'on,plon, Pratt. Franklin ... i
CORRESPONDENCE FOOTBALL. ESSENDON (A.) MEETING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
COi4;?ESPC·-, NCE r`OOIAL~]L. ESSIN liON (A.) AEIiTL G. 'la the Editor. Sir,-I was vary aSuch surprised at read" lag lila riisort ta is meetinlg O the above 5155 is yaour e..ape'- ci the £1. III lte p,+eaiarllaa MeLr. lyilaý, uaddresa.ý itwas ,:aldl siet tlme clan's tliahlik (Care due toa .Mr. Mel ailrs for hw able way lie hail l.irea the i p Ia n"- u(.i ~ rti lrlrut -r. ,,,ale*. In fnln, t.o ea (t ,ior, rta. , ,r , Dlr. 11lan ailt Mi. aId.lliel:li . j'ogs I hate nloticed every Wednesdaily Iliglht, I ajilak tihee ouglit to have itiee aoupiledl atti .dr. Melintyir. yi motto is: Praise share it ia doe. Yfurs. etc.. A. MEMBER. Ascat isle. 15th March. 1914.
ESSENDON V. EAST MELBOURNE. CLUB ELEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
E?EtDOIN V. ilxrT MELIOURNIE. CLUB. ELEV 6.tS. "l'hie match was cotltind at the Ama tour S!polts Groulld wlell :scndll n conle mettced their hlr-t utina. in relply to aot',t -core of 'U4. ludcoltpe nolld \lateoll facedt the bowling of lion tlel and Watt. aned disaster onon betel LsSetnOn. tor 1'udcltolpe nas rue oat h tore he he d Scoredl. and tiehrlholl alad just gone to the t~cKtett whlen Watsoni wa- clenin bowled tee 2. liHurley was neit, l. td atted well for 16 belore le also l was (aIow lc d hy Wat.. Capt. O'ltrien now i;trtncred Jlclellntl. who wao playiillg oteadily antlld ptllisltill anythIng losoe. A good taalld resulllte. but t legth t lyltln a "hosey" bowler. Ipenetrated Mh':icholl' defentte witllt a "'wrotic 'ft. allld tiloe oe boarTd _.howeld 4-47--1t. The remaifling batsmeten were of very little assita?lee to O'Blrien. who carrieo out tit bat for 17. tfle illnings clvu itt for 96. Scores: ESSENUO\. Tudelhope. run out.. ............... 0 Wateolt, 6 Watt ............. 2 ...
SCOTTISH CRICKET. ESSENDON V. COLLINGWOOD CALEDONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
SCOTTISII CRICKET. ESsENDON V. COLLINGWOOD CALEDONIANS. Concluded at Ascot Vale Hkd woe by Es ,enduon by 16 runs oil first, innings. This was one of tile most enjoyable gamer of tile season plalyers and support ers of both teams fraternising ill tie most friendly fashion. and. in tis way cary ing out the real object which the Scotti.hl cricket associatiou lia, in view. %iz.. the. forming and cementing friendships 1mou1 g the members of the different societies nly Hicg tile Scottish llag. Tlhe game was plyed in true sportmanlike mlanner. -and presi dent Mc?Neilage. voiced tile opiion of the T"o-n-l w .it-we lcome-Oto' ta ? Essendon ladies. as iiunal,. providen d a splendlid afternoon. tea.o'wliell was tho roughly enjoyed by (il:erh'anud vi'itors Essendon v. WilliamstownI neat Saturday' at Williamstown.' Train.. to North Wilr liamstown. COLLINOWOOD CALEDONIANS. First Innings .... ..... . ......... . 70 7' Second Inningl a ... ..... ...... : ... ... 72 Bowlinlg.-- llcniie. I., 3 for 41...
SNICKS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
lfdrd luck; liruicey; hbutndooln w' onell -e arllnedalld would -hivo been douhled only for that run out.: :1 Wood l'" -not out! Tlhere ye are, whern arey r -And y.et :lhe talks of retirlig. Wh.l we can't do without the old 'an. Ilert Bailey hatted beautifully, bowled i]etter. Good lnd, "?ertie! -Another not out for iandy. "dhiere's "nali t Iloal in the .milleeron clanll." ut nor "'Sandy C.ameron" is n daddy. 1 hok out for him at Williaustown. llans Grimmy's luck de?rtedl himi? TI'hat pr?sentation bat has not been too good. ,Collingwood Cialedoians alre vliortsi. id their lady frienle are jnet ladies. Coime a und one is aigil, lotr we like ye weel.
ESSENDON CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
ESSEIDON CIIUROHER. The eleventh round'of maolshe was con eluded on Saturday. A. Steel (Moonee Ponds Baptist) scdred 117 runs. which is the highest individual score forthis sea A SECTION. Flemington and Kensington Presbyterian. siO for 213. inniung declared, and none for 25 Dc. Fenton 42 and 16 not out. C. McFad yen 40, A. 'rolphoam 37. L. Tophlnm 37, 1I. leather 20 not ont .1V. Davies 18 not out: I. James three for 90, layle two for 63. L. Jamoes ono 'for 8), beat 3arlbyrong P'reseoyteriahn, 116 and 100 Ilage 30. Wilson 21. J. Anderson 19, I. James 17 and 18;. A. Silade 14 and 17: D. Fenton six for 42. C. 7loFaldyes tlhree 'for ". A. To chain sin for 63, A. MlelFatllye three for 47. W. Davies olho for 3', by 10 wickets. Moonee P'onds Metllodist beat South Es scndon Mtetlhodist. Ascot Vale Methodist beat Northl Erscn don Methodist. . Ascot Vale Church Christ w.o. from New market Baptlist.
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT AND CHARITY To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
WOltlKiEN'S CONPI NS ATION ACT AND CHIiUITY. To tie Editor. Sir.-lll conerludlig my last letter, 1 ioilltelt ut tile prolbability of great waste it the :adnioi.otration. and to avoid this Smutlld sggeat thiat tie Gjovernlene t deal directly. with the individual elaims for r,mtlleotation. and that tile funds to meet the tctrpenditure ILe obtainedl by anll increase ot the licolme lTax. 'I lis would save tile wasteful expenditure of tlhousands of Ilpounds ii wiluesale insurance and avoid tle vexatious aid haratssing duties unlder ithe Ilew law. After all, the cost has to be met, and the only difference between lily piroPosal and tile Act it that in the latter the wholeo burden is borue by tile wagse-paying clas.s whetller makin g. profit or not. whereas ill tile former tIhs cost wcould be borne by tile profits of tile whllole colmlinity. W\e all know that large for tunles are made by slpecullatiol andl other ileans without eullloyiug tlabour or con tributing to the wealth of tl~ comnmn...
SCHOOL MATTERS MOONEE PONDS WEST STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
SCHOOL MATTERS: MOONEE PONDS WEST STATE SCHOOL. On Monday nigltt iot the parents of" th scholar? attending the 3loonee Ponds State school were called together for- the per-. losee of electing a new committee, for the ensuing term of three years. SThey assembled in the new Infant School, and expressed .their pleasure at the differ ent circunstances under which thle meet-, ing took place companred with that held. three years ago, whne a couple of poor kerosene lamps Just nade darkness visible in i a long barrack-like classroonm, while this year the splendid electrically lighted hall was available, Tile head teachelr. ,r. G. O. Kemp, had deputed tile conduct of the meeting to Mir. It. F. Steel. chairman of the outgoing som mlittee. 1'To chairman paid a well-dleserved tri bute to Mr. T. G. Mahoodl. the first sec retary of the committee. who was untir ing ill his endeavours to carry-out all means devised to improve the conditions of.tile school; and mentioned that on. his tetiremett, it ...
FLEMINGTON BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
FLEMINGTON, -BRANCH A.N.A " The fortnllhtly meating of the uboove brnch wase Ileld on Wednesday. March 11. ill tile tow-n hall. KeusinFton, when Pre4I; dent A. R. Hughes prerided over a fair attendance of nfefbers. Three new. ineul bers were elected and welcomed by tlhe presidellnt and four lenlbera were proposed. Under general business, the'secretary read tihe proposed amiended agreement with the medical otflcers as isted by.:the D].M.A: which is to be coesidered by:the.annual coaference. end considerablo discussion on its merits ensued.. but- It was finally de cided to leave itle matter in the : handst of tile branch delegates. ' " Very little other general business was brought- forward. -i o rdeor-to allow.Sthe syllabstitem. "'llapid. Methods of :Calcu lating.' by Mr. A. J. Sullivan. to be.-gone on it. Mr. Sullivan. while claiming to have not received the best of educatloilns. provedl Isimself - spleedld examople of self. studsa bh tile matner-ian whieh Se delivered his lecturett...
MILITARY FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 19 March 1914
MILITARY FETE ; --4---. .President: Cr. J. F. Hendorson. J.P. Mayor of Essendon; treasurer: Mr. D. Cam eron; hen. sec.: Alfred J. May. 507 Mt. Alexander road, Iloonee Ponds, telopllone, Ascot 292. To be held in Queen's 1'ark. oil Saturday. 28th March. 1914. Objects :-To raise funds for the purchase of-band incstrumente. gymnastic apparatus, colors, sports prizes, etc., and the general lncouragement of tile cadets and military forces ot Esscendon. Moonee Ponds, and As cot Vale. A very largely attended general meeting of ladii and gentlemen interested in tile military feto, and the welfare of tile boys under training inl the Esscndon area, at. etmbled in the Essendon Council Cliamlber on Tuesday evening. So great wan tile attendance that exlr;i rows of chairs 1hald to be provided. Cr. Ilnder-soi (Mayor) i'reolided. Alonget .tile corregliondence received were a letter from the secretary of thle loyal Agricultural Society. staliilg that tile fete committee might l3ave the use of two ten...