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EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914

A meeting was held in the Town hall on Wednesday evening to pre- pare for the Children's celebration of       Empire Day. The May (Cr. G.   Maxwell) who had called the meet- lg, presided, and there were present -Messrs A. Pinkerton, W.H., Ed-       wards, J. Bowner, J. Tweed, H.   Bell, H. Murdoch, R. Manley, T.C.     Muntz, Town Clerk. The Mayor stated the object of the me:eting and that the Education De partment had decided to hold their   ceremony in the State Schools on       Friday, the 22nd, because Empire Day fell this year on the Sunday following. Mr. Edwards moved that the day be kept by the Borough also on the   22nd, and that it take the form of a children s picnic in Merriwa Park, with ceremony at the Monument, -   seconded by Mr. Pinkerton, and car-   r...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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DAIRYMEN CONFER. THE COLOURING OF MARGARINE [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914

DAIRYMEN CONFER. THE COLOURING OF MARGARINE. This week a conference of delegates from Dairy Companies in the several States was held in Sydney, Mr   W R Doig, of Laceby, representing the Victorian Co-operative Dairy Co. The following resolutions, wore   adopted: Moved by Mr W R Doig (V),   seconded by Mr Neilson (Q) — That with a view to greater   officiency and a better understanding between the State Governments and producers, this representative   conference considers (1) that the State and the Federal departments dealing with the dairying industry should be reorganised, and higher remuneration paid in order to secure the services of the besat skilled men; (2) that the general adoption of pasteurisation of cream would result in a greater   uniformity of quality, and to secure this the instructors would need to be   obtained from other countries to give due effect to same; (3) that a &am...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 9 May 1914

DEATH. DUNPHY.-On 1st May, at "Erken- dale," Wandiligong, Eva Teresa Mary, the dearly beloved daugh- ter of Mrs. J. and the late John Wallis Dunphy. Requiescat in Peace. THANKS. THE Family of the late Mrs. Clarke wish to thank their   many kind friends for sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; also Dr. McLay for his kind attention. Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, 9th MAY, 1914.

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MILK AND DAIRY SUPERVISION. OXLEY SHIRE WILL WATCH RESULT IN WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

MILK AND DAIRY SUPERVI SION, OXLl~Y Slilii WILL WATCH RWESULT IN 1YANGARIAT''A. Early in the year Mr. Robertson, Chief Veterinary Officer of the Agri cultural Department, wrote to the Oxley Shire Council intimating that the Wangaratta Borough Council had applied to have the Mill and Dairy Supervision Act administered within its territory, and he asked if it was the desire of the Uxloy Council to have the Act applied to the Shire. At the request of the council Mr. Robortson attoenled at the Shiro Hall in March and addressed a pun lie meeting on the question. He pbinted out ,that the fee fixed is Gd per cow, Government paying the oth or 6d roquired to cover the cost of administration, and that dairymen are given every .consideration and op portunity to put their yards and dairies in order and` secure a license before being prosecuted. Councillors at their meeting on Saturday last, discussed the matter, and decided to wailt and watch the effeoots the administration of the Act would hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

.ulloch Lade B L WHIr(ilSKY I.:- S KY,:,,,.;, WHISKY .. Tt ýON SPECIALISTS CO2±NSUULING4 OPiICIAN\ S GEEIX1)NG Malcora of Pcrtcct Vision Gl1aM c that will rollovo Iryo Strain, Jloiulehoa and NouragIil, aUIE:NTIPIU HIUGH TKI;M''INA VISITS WVANUAIIA'h'I'A, and may C c onsllrltd All lay at theo F U M PI~. I I3ICAUXY. Printed and Publlshed by Maxwell and Dowser, at ""Tho Ohronicl" 0111co, Murphy, Otrvet0 1Vanga ra~tta. 1Vood&' Grent poepprnint Cure, EQIr coughs uLnd coldn,.I over juil. 1/ti! S ;vand )isplal:y (1o AU 11t IýNI ANI) ~int oods. TO rf SEEN NOW. I,\H I IO()N ,\ I} II A0t0i111 and Easer ear. Ill 111nil tim iest M1nL orials 1In I Ctolun);l' is tiow heing I )iSi - pluiyeid it Vu ing'aratta's Lead ing ID)rapery Enmporiumn. 'iThe Wholo Stock is 50)sen by AMi MIecl ,lhh .olk'lronailly who is constantly it' touch with tie LAI'IIST'L' ASH IONS in tho City. Special Foatures, Latest G(oods, Seasonable Mate rials, Best Quality, Lowest Prices. In Ladies, Oostumes, Ooat it, Furn, ...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. RECOMMENDS CLOSING OF PORTION OF BAKER STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

LOOAL LAND BOARD. RuECOMM1NI)S, (ll,t)SINOi OF l'0lt TION OF IAK\ Eli ETI ll'T., The proposal by the Blorough Coun cll to close for traill that portion of Ilakr street. Ietween Ovens Iand Docker streets for the purpose of beautlfyillg tUlt "Monumlental" trt angle alnt providing an attractive resting place for visitors haviug to wait a few hours betweon trains, wars advanced another stage on Monday, when it calne up for consideration before a Local Land Board, and was recommended. The Board, which sat at the Court House, comprised Mr. Geo, O'Toole, hand Ollicer (Bonalla), and Mr. Gray,, District Surveyor (Bon alia), Mr. W. H. Scott', O,l13. was present representing the Oouncel, and Mr. F., . Purbrick as representing the Church of England authorities. Mr. T. O. Munts, Town Clerk, was also in attendance. Mr, O'Toole announced that a peti tion against- the closing of the street had been received. It was as follows; From T. F, Notcutt, Reid street); Mrs Annie Issott, Ovens street; L. N. ...

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MILAWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

MILAWA. Ilupiort C(iardnier, huoll f rl. ,J. (ardner, fell hron hi bicycle iiijur ingi the left knee, mld causin-ig uiyno vitihi to set inl, i, waol takein to Wvang!;arattat alld at, tended by Dr. 1{. i, Mci y. ie lie in ilt, preentl ;~ in lli e of Mr . [lilhutl'u privato hon pital, and will have to retal there f(r solle ti .?, ( iGordon Ga(rduer, of ('arboOr, 1u1d icoueiuj of the afbove litleud hie knee w'hile wo'rkig, and ;youviliui uet in in hits u a-c ibi, h wall attendedl by c)r, M'clay. 1I1 will ?e conuined to his bed at hil hoi e for it week or' two.

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WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, May 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

WATTS, TURNBULL & 00: WANGARATTA MARKET. Thursday, May 7th. Watts, Turabull and 'Co. report having held their usual fortnightly sheep and ca)tle market on Thurs day last, when they had a'good yarding of all classes of stock. 'he attendance of buyers was good, and a total clearance was effected. Fat 8heop,--We had the biggest yarding, included Ia our lots were some ox ceptionally prime wethers. Prices were fully 2s Gd better than previous market. We topped the market with a pen of extra prime wethers from the pastures of Mr. Benjamin Dunk ley, of,,East Wangaratta, which made 28s 2d, the purchaser being Mr.. F. Braybon, of Rutherglen; prime heavy xbred wethers a/c Mrs Shaw, iRoids dale, Tarrawingco, 37s, Mr, G. F. Croxford being the purchaser; prime merino wethers a/e Mr. C. Teague, 20s, purchased by Mr. Favell; a line of 150 merino wethers a/c Messrs Peppard Bros, 17e 3d to 19s 8d,: be ing purchased by Mr. H. N. .Morri son; poet lambs a/c Mr. 1E. A. Byrne 22s to 22s Gd, purch...

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PASTEURISED CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

PASTEURISED CREAM, We are glad to see that the larger butter companies are taking serious ly the deterioration of Victorian but toer. They may well do so. We are losing 'a position in London that has taken twenty years to build up, and the cause' is ourselves. The whole milk factory is gradually be.ng oust. ed by separator cream. The differ once between a high average quality and a lower quality is in this fact, The whole milk is uniformly fresh; and the home separated cream, under Australian conditions, is not' uni formnily fresh. In Now' Zealand the problem of the home separator has been met by pasteurisation. If the remedy lies this way those of our co-operative factories that have suc cumbed to the home separator will be compelled to pasteurise. The whole question is one of the deepest interest to co-operators, and we hope that the Gllppsland, North Eastern, and Western District exports compan ics will take the lead right away, and in company with Mr. Orowe got on a working basi...

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DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, May 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

DOIG & VALLENDER WANGARATTA PIG MARKI?T, Tuesday, May 12th, Doig and Vallender report :-- A fair yarding of pigs forward to a full attendance of buyers. Competi tion was good, and prices were bet tor for all "classes. 'Stores showing a decided rise. We sold baconers a/c W. Simpson £3 6s, H. Way £4 7s, T. Hart £2 10s 6d, W. Simpson £2 1ls Gd, H. Way £3 19s, H., Way £3 Os 6d, J. Foley £3 14s, W, Pleitner £3 lfs, T. Moronoy £2 12s 6d, T. Yates £2 14s. Stores.-J. Byrnes £2 Gs, W. Jones £2 Os, yW. Naughtin 20s, R. Jones £1 Os Gd, W. Naughtin 23s Gd, J, Foley £1 7s, do. 27s, do. 22s, Gd, do. 26s, a/e Foley 15s. Dairy Cattle. -Heifors .to £4 15s, dows £2 15s to £3 10s,(

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EVANS & LANGLANDS WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, May 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

IVANB & LANGLANDS WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuosday, May 12th. Evans and Langlands report hold ing their Wangaratta Pig Market ott Tuesday, when they yarded a full supply of all classes of pigs, includ ing some extra good quality bacon era. The whole of our yarding was sold at prices in advance of last market. We sold baconers a/c Mr. J. McGavin to £4 Is, being the top price of the market; a/c Mr. King to £3 15s; a/o Mr. Clark £3 9s to £3 16s; a/c Mrs Harris £2 9? Gd; a/o Mr. McCague £2 10s; for ward stores £2 2s; slips 11 6Gd to 22s, Eivans and Langlands report hold ing the second autumn sale of cattle at Swinburne's yards, Whitfleld on May 8th, when a fine yarding of cattle was penned, Including lines of mountain bullocks, cows and steers, The attendance of buyers was a large one, and competition was keen throughout, and prices very satisfactory to vendors, We sold for the following vendors;-Bullocks a/c Mr, W, Barter £6 10s to £7;- a/c Mr. F, Swinburns to £5 15s; Mr, F. Burr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

i (hiIldrenl!'s hacking cough at, night, Woods' Great Popporadlat Cure, J/G. tt311N ý I YI Post Your Orders. ili'oll III-il t) IIIII II lit'l e, I it Cht!i\lt i:,l, \, l th lulr Intro t a l( l M inh Foil1I in n 't'tttj mtiiti2 h i tt ih t l . I n l Arthur 1t. lIIindicl I-I A{I11Y11 S'lltt I-'It, ton NIlt for ti t For ilronicehinl Coughs, take Woods' Grrat Pe~poprmint (Cure. 1/6. CONSIGN YOUR IY)S, louTI001m. 14'111t 1(111,i H i1' I 11)M, IALLOW, ETC, to Dalgsty aid Co., Ltd. ALBURY. F(IA'L h IAk El IflPRIO',. bIii'1itAl, AI)VAN0l;U It" II (IQl1111 IaJ). Vu Wvill pay the highest h Melbumrne ,h'lhet fteuo for regular weekly LconUlt iiii(en 0 of GENUINE NEW LAKb EGOS (Nou t oreclsepcr' Iines; coddle(dl,) c(eli aniiid lackiing siiilied. Write for particulari to J. NE. T&VLOR, 18l 111? 1) Oltl.' IliktiiT, A\Ilit'RT PAlIK. Look ! A MVodor Cap FREE FI .11 ((NTINhUAL 1 lil I,?l(I)AKl)WN. '1lN IC) ONSYTANI' PAYING FOR, RIE I'AliiH, WIIICII HAPPEN TO INI,'Illt( (AIlS, CAN liE ILIEMEDI...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. WANGARATTA PIG MARKET. Tuesday, May 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NJEW1YLAN & 00, WANUAItATT'1A PIG MAltIKET. T'11esday, May 12th. Illlllan gan, Neiv'wIaI i ('atl . rep)ort h villl, bLi the i r f)rtnightIy lig IIul l1iry (I'ttlI m;rkhet at. the yards, ye t;iritly, Dairy Ctntle. ,h utll yarding, bac:1iv rd ,-,ln'ingeru ma ?il i 'r . 1 :I . 1111t Pig!;. The ' I all :;t yatdiJtls that we halve hul for ;an' tilllit Ii t, I aut the demand wva;s tood, and lprices ill Isome CuLses were u littl' better thanir luiast market; ,he supply all through was very slhort.. tore figs.--A small supply of stores also, with a kIeen sale. Ba con pigs t3 5s Gid to £3 8s Gd; oth ers £2 19s to £3 3s; porkers to £2 is; pigs to put on £2 8s to £2 13s Gd; slips to 21s; suckers to 13s 3d; small from Is 9d, SALE AT OUBINAWARRAII. On Monday last we held a clearing sale of land stock, etc., at lohbina warrah, on behalf of the estate of 11, McCallum, deceased; all the stock, plant, etc., were cleared at satisfac tory prices, Draught horses t...

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Late Cable News AMERICAN CRISIS. WASHINGTON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

Late Cable evs [FROM REUTER.] AMERIIICAN C1ISIS, \\'ASLILN(I'LON, Monday Night. Thu M'exican delegates to the med iation colTnference to lie bold this month at Niagara have sailed [rom oVera 'rz for t'lanlda. They have bien fully aunthorised by l'roiiional iPresident liuerta to eii n any con V\entiou for the settlemenlt of the crisis, thiat their discretion approves of. The ('lstit.ultiollnalis.s at Mazat lan unit a declthment on Loard the ,'dl:ral gnllboat Mloralos, which had in abanlldoned by her crow. The ve!setl was itt on fire and blown up,

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FOOTBALL. OVENS AND KING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

FOOTBALL. OV6NS AND KING A800IATION. A meeting of delegates from Olubs comprising the Ovens and King-As socia'tion was held at tie Counctl Club Hotel, Wangaratta, on Batur day, Present -Mr. H. Francis, Proe sldent, and Messrs Alex Blalkie (El Dorado; G, Marshall and H. Hill (Wangaratta), H. Walker and BI. Woodhead (Bedhweorth), W. Vodden and T. Bourke (,Moyhu), F. Cooke and R. flamage (North Wangaratta) T. W. Culph and G. Cross, Secre tary, (Milawa), The rules were rovised and adopt ed, It was decolded that no Club shall have power to engage a League umpiro without the consent of the Executive. Six applications were received for the position of Central, Umpire, A ballot resulted In W. J, Walker (Ox{ Icy), D. Uradley (Eldorado), J. Hamiltonl (Wangaratta), and J. W. ( able (Waugaratta) being aplioihit ed,. The other applicants were Chas. Farvager and Arthur Stevens. THE I)RAW. The draw for the lurst round of matches was mmade as follows, all games to bIe pllayed on the grounds of the ...

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OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

Th1 iii nl tlly t i(ll, \It II hield (in Hu.turday. 'l'hi I'rciiidentL , Cr, W, T. .(ilhi, was in the chaihi; aInil ot)Il.i li'r.?nt werc- l'r. A. 11. milthi, 11. , Mlline, G?. Smith, 1). ( hard er, IL Cook, J, oclhe.o, CORRIESPONDI NOCi. From' Public Health Department, anking that samples of goodn be for warded at regular intervals for an alysis; also pointing to risk of con tamination of ples, cakes, etc., ox piosd i shops for sale, and asking tih(t oilonders he prosecuted-Refeor-. red to the Inspector, From Department of Public Works, approving of plans, etc., for new bridge at Kearnoy's, Greta West, and asking that the tender accepted lie forwarded .-Referred to Engineer W. H. Scott, and Secretary J. F. Brown, From Department of Public Works, asking for .£37 17s8 Gd deposit on fifteen miles of wire netting ordered. -Attended to by Secretary, F.'omn Department of Public Works, .sttiltng that the application of the council for road deviation at Myr rhec, through J. B. Hungerford's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

A\LL?( A I N1) 1l'8\\liNEY IIAltIISTEidB & iA1TCIT01h l. 1l11) STI1015',T, WAN DATlX "'"A, Mir, Ahoern, (olmitaioner for Now South Vale. Trust and otheor MIonoyi to Leld, NOTOUTT & P1UII1RIOK, Barristor. and Solicitors, REIID STIREET, WANGARATTA, Mr. T. i'. Notcutt, a Oommlislonor for taking nalldlvitu; Mr. . . O. Pur' brick. Tralt antd other Monley to Lend at Loweat ates., OHAS, II. SUMMERS, A,R.VI.A, A?.ROIHITEOT, Faithful Street, Wangaratta. JASPIER HUSBIAND, B.A., L,L.,B., Barrister and Solicitor. REID STREET, WANGARATTA. H. A. MURDOOH, BARRISTER & SOLIOITOR, REID STREET, WANGARATTA. Commisslonor for taking Affidavits. Moaeym to Lend at lowest rates. 'I'HOMAS GRAHIAM, B.L., BDABRISTRII & SOLIOITOR., The firn of Grahamu and Muardock having been dia?olved, Mr. (i, sham will continue husiuesl in Chlambers In C(onunercial Buildings, Reid 0treet. Moneys are awaiting investment at current rates. DANIEL J. CONNELL, Barrister and Solicitor. MURPHY STREET,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

FLANAGAk, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALES, WEDNI>HI,)AY, lIlth MAY. Great Special aleo otf 'it1 Storto Cat tle at our Mv rtleford Yard?. THIUIRStDAY, 14t.h MAY. Moyhu Monthly Market.. MtONI)AY, 18th MAY, Salo of the high-clnHat lturntihingh of the Clear Creek lhonmesttead, ElU dorado. WEDNESDAY, 20th MAY. Myrtoeford Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, 21st MAY. Wangaratta Sheep and Cattle Mar ket. FRIDAY, 22nd MAY. Splecal Horse Sale at Wangaratta. * SATURDAY, 23rd MAY, Salo of Wangaratta Town Properties, on account of various owners, as advertised. MONDAY, 25th MAY, Sale of 104 acres freehold lInd at Whorouly, a/c Estato late D. F. Carmody. TUESDAY, 26th MAY. Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. FRIDAY, 29th MAY, Sale of 162 acres Doderang Freehold Land, account Mr. W. J, Smith. : To' be offered at Glen Crook Ho tel, Dederang, SATURDAY, 30th MAY, Olearing Salo at Harriotvillo, ac count Messrs D. anti N. Clemens. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00 Auctioneers, Wangaratta and lDonalla MONEY AVA...

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RETURN OF AN AUSTRALIAN SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

IIETUItN O All AIIU?TRALIAN .\ mii ;ic ,l tevent that. ,hould he of ints;( , to Wa1tn 'atti t?ioncer't goerl t;; a eulv:ert. he be glven by Miss ,,ll Ca,+.p:rl, in fler Majestty " rhe aire, on WeVdnesdlay u y, l ,th May, Mils ('c[ei \,'; l Uin in Al iiury, and ed nthiet d at the onv( tlii ill ( 'tol bil'u , where her w;ndefiu l voice Will fir:i t di?c?vered; at the iiage of 1 :,he ga?e her owvi cucOIcrtsi, whilch aIl)pl'?el le , llmuch tlo the im115ic( lov .li of outhurn that her parents were p?Irt:l;laded to ;elld ?her to Ma dtlalc (Chritiin in the Galc i.a lchooi of l.ui ic, -ydtcy, wihere lise w'on an Ass;oc+ ated tt oatrd St cholatrtuip, ten ailu at tlo n toyal lycad emy of Music, intteitt, of the otnitcil pAcoitple i enzydey and an G urcption in Missp w,'as able to proceed to Londdo and taspe rs tcase on O account o her - ef tioal tal vient, and on the talent oered, her Alrt engager Mcenzie twice xteded thiaous cLondon allahi for art additional year, maiing four. years in tll A...

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OXLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 13 May 1914

OXLEY PR ESBYTERIIAN CI11RCHII, ANNIIAI, MITIN(I. The nnnulll l con( 1re)',,ttionalt 1 1 tIne ? ill of ,t.. AM IdlI'lmv';,, tI)ley, was held on h'ridt t evOt'in at the iFrce Ib ra.ry Al. Hlinria,l h. There c\t i; t l'r;c i an d reprtig I I)lcttI ivet tet Lda Iu of the nicinhte's and adh. rent't . itev. h,', 'hitsholmll presided, and \vith him on the hplatforma were the assitai.t, minister, Mr. Janney Jonlt, turd Mr. , . A. hwinburne, .hot, secretary. The meeting wits opened with fhe usual devotional ex1rcieeI. liniItes of the flint congregatioInlI mleetingl were read tnud contirmetn., The baIlace. heet, which hadIl beenl circulated, was received and adIopt ed. On the motion of Mr. J. F. Brown, seconded by Mr. 1). 1eor'gu son, the best thanks of the Congre gation were tendered to the hon. sec retary and the treasurer, Metss's (I. A., Swinburne and J. . G ardner. The auditors, Messrs E. R. Barrie and 1 C. L, Brown, were cordially thanked anl re-appointed, The reports of the Session an...

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