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Lawn Tennis Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Lawn Tennis Tournafoent. Appended are the resultB of the vaiions sets in the tennis tournament, inaugurated iu connectiou with the late Village Fuir and Festival, which was finished laBt Saturday aSppfoon : — FIRST BOUND. Mra. Brown and Mr. Finch heat Mrs. Fielder and Mr. Simpson — 50 to 46. Mrs. Ryan and Mr. R. Tempest beat Miss Teuupest aud Mr. Stokes — 50 to 32. Mias Fitzgerald and Mr. Petersen beat Miss lloss aud Dr. Fielder — 50 to 48. SECOND BOUND, Mrs. Browu and Mr. Finch beat Mrs. Ryan and Mr. R. Tempaxt — 50 to 46. THIRD BOUND (FINAL). Mrs. Biwwn Hiid Mr, Fuifli heat Miss Fitzgerald aud Mr. Pe«er«eu — 50 to 47. Mrs. Browne, an bust lady playei. was awarded a teniiis raoquet, while Mr. Finch was the recipient of a nice little pipe.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Removal of Telegraph Poles. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Removal of Telegraph Poles. The Council has accepted the tender of Messrs. Pantlin and Pidding for removing the telegraph wires and poles (with the ex-, ception of those at the terminal office) from the streets of the Municipality, and erecting the wires along the railway line to somewhere near West End. where they will con nect the Wellington and Parkes lines. The Council has certainly acted wisely by accepting tho teuder, for if the telegraph wires were allowed to remain where they are at the present time several of the very best trees in the principal street of the town would have to be: almost totally d««troyed, asHhey have grown to such a height that they, are now interfering with the wires.

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Et!l ' ? ? ? -i- ? - ? - CHURCH SERVICES, ^PPEIJQEP are the church appointments, iu coji-, section witli the lopi'l Wegleyan Chut cili, for tp-morrbYf and (lie following Sunday J\iiVRCfi 25. lV[Q\QHg, XI a.vu.^rMr. A- Baker - , ' Molong, 7.3Q p.n^.—Rey. E-. A. Qilaen^ti 6^rra, 3 p.m. —r Rev. ij. A.. QiUpuafl. Cudal, il a.ui.— Mr. \Y- Baker V i O Oyd^i, 7.30 p.m. — Mr. W. Baker Red Hill, 3 p.m.— Mi'. E. tfuHpr Barragan^ p.m.— -Cargo Mission Ba^cji;, ; Spnday Aphil i. . Molong, 11a.m. — Mr. G. AiidefS'in' Molong, 7-3,0 p.m.— Mr. JB1. C. Steveiin.; 1 Crarra, 3 p.m. — Mr. Q. AndeiBou Qudal 7.3Q p.nv— Rev. !D. A. Gilaens^ Shades, 3 p.m. — Mr. JF. Q. ^eyen^ Cumnock, 3 p.m.— Mr. A. Baker iBarr^gan, 3 p. m. — Rov. D.. A' Gilsenaq Cargo, li a.m.— Rev. p. A* (3ils«Mi-ui Loc^\yp,o^, l.SQp.m.— Rey. J). A. Giiaenau

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

1 g Tj U T j '^1 Head Office : Clyde Warksy Granville, i-l HilbOlI I wfe* } -Li L t ,1 ? j Show Uopm : 1 19 York-street,- Sydney;;. ''- A ? Lqcal Agents: J. BLACK & SON. '' . , ;:n, CLYDE PLOUGHS AND PLOU0H-§HARE§ FOR 1893. r' ^ PlOTl^^^ % ??: f^. 3,Q\\?t HUULEY, of Burrowa, writes concerning tlie Double-furrow, :' '1'lie Piough clous grand ? '?. ! CLYDE '^Yi.n PLOUGH..-. Also, .Lighter. Plough* .?f sau^^de^ig^^yi^riin'l '\vit|io,iit govevwr' H^PrOWiS* HQjPS6 HQOS^ , = ' . steerage.. . i ' * ... . '' ivvT J- CtYDR. ' X;P'; PLjOUGHS; 4 ta' IQ'tiirrows— -? Customer- frany Vfea Wna writes, '?' Ya«r G.-i'urr-o.Vf I SCARIFIERS. qqnsidor cVeaying of £3. j-er week.' v.i.)i-in - , ' \]i 7/ ? ? . ? I 9jl,Yni) ^XX7U tlie .light, han I y double. furr-OTy. tli^t astonished fc.h« vis.ito.rs. wd adipsieJ its WWl* {§=1^ ' JUllStl^ted, C*ltajogTl;e .ii$; wi;iiK.:^eoiU\|»!«'jg!» tr.i«*l. i 1 */o '^vVir,'-' f;i.! ' vu .!;- '??? -? ' ? -? | 0L$P$;.;V^1^. PLOUGH— ;pur;n,e.wost;i,tiveuti(xii. ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

id o ~w nsr n i TO THE RESIDENTS OF MOLONG. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, — Thanking you kindly for the support you have accorded during the past, 10 years I have been in business in Vtolong, and considering tho great success' of my Cash Busi ness during the past four weeks, I liuve decided to STILL FUETHER REDUCE I PRICE . ? OF ? IBIEIEIB1 &d lyTTTTTD-KT TtfEREEOLUi, ON AND AFTEU MONDAY NI5XT, 5tk MARCH, Til 1L FOLLOWING WILL 13 IC THIfi RETAIIj FRIGES : Hump Steak, 3d per lb. Beef Steak. 2 id. per lb. Roast Beef, -id per lb. Chops, 2d per lb Corned Beef, 2d per lb. or 8s per cwt. WHOLESAI Mutton, by the whole or Half Sheep, i^d per lb. Hind Quarters Mutton, 2d. per lb. Corned Mutton, Id per lb. Hind Quarter Lamb, is. Fore Quarter Lamb, Is Gd. Pork, 3d per lb. Veal, 3d per lb. Sausages, 3d per lb. , ,is prices. Fore Quarters Mutton, l^d per lb. Hind Quarter Betd'. lJdjW'lb. Fore Uuarter Beef, lkl uer lb. Bear in mind these Prices are for Cash. Only. CHARLES L ATTER, WlluLKSALE AND ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Mr. Slattery absolutely denies that there is any truth in the teport that he has heen appointed Agent-General for the colony. CPECIAIi ~ POTTKHOER (TEW IS.) NOTICES , JOSEPH PALMER & SON, SHAltlCBKOKKKS, 96 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. (Members of the Sydney Stock Exchange), have buyers of FIXED DEPOSIT RECEIPTS. Debentures, Bank' Stock, and all Investments and ? . Mining Shares negotiated. ? JylOUOV £50,000 TO LEND » LARGE Oil SMALT. SUMS, FROM FIVE PER CENT., oh TOWN, STATION, DAIRY OR C.P. PROPERTY. _ „ . D. A. SMALL, | /») y 10 Wooi. Exchange, ??QiAVii ? Macquarie Place, Sydney. — f' WILKINSON'S I l*V SPEC,AL UQUEUR * * Jr. WHISKY AND COATES' PLYMOUTH GIN. [ESTABLISHED 100 YEARS. 3 COOPER, NATHAN & CO., Soi.s Agents, 201 Clarence Street, Sydney. ? A GREAT SUCCESS. The business done in the City and many parts of our Colony in the ' Popular ' Blend and our other Teas has been such a marked success that we have determined the public throughout all our distant country distri...

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Alderman Black Tenders his Resignation AS A MEMBER OF THE MOLONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Alderman Black Tenders his , Resignation ; V AS A MEMBER OF THE .MOLONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. \ At the meeting o£ tlie Molong Municipal Council on Tuesday last, the following letter was read : — Molong, 20th March, 1894. D. MoCallam, Esq., Council Clerk, Molong... ' Dear Sir, — I beg to tender my resignation as one of your aldermen of the Molong Municipal Council. My principal reason for resigning is, I have not the time to spare to attend to the duties that anyone holding the position should give to it. Wishing your _ Municipality every fluccesa. j I remain, yours truly, John Bx-ack. ?!. The Mayor said :he was very sorry that ! Aldermaii Black had tendered his resigna | tion as a member of their Council, He was sure Mr. Black would be missed from their I midst very much. He had been identified i with the Council so loDg, and had always taken a leading part in all public affairs which tended to the advancement of the town, that it was a great loss indeed now that he had decided upon re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Musical Notice. MR. J, FURLONG- (Organist of St. Joseph's R.C. Church, Orange) begs to intimate to the residents of Molong that he intends visiting the district Once a Week for the purpose of Teaching the Pianoforte, Violin, Singing, &c. For terms and particulars apply to Mr. Blackadder, Chemist and Druggist, where all information may be obtained. ? -Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 19th March, 1S9-4. ATTENTION is directed to Gaz ette Notice in Yiting Tenders for the Erection of an Addi - tional Telegraph Wire, &c. , from Orange to Molong. Tenders will be received up to 11 a.m. on tlie 4th proximo, and must be addressed to the Deputy Postmaster-General, Sydney. F. B. SUTTOR. CUDAL. — Impounded at Cudal, on the 10th day of March, 1894, from Lagoon Station Run, by P. J. Murphy, by order of L. N. Smith, Ef-q., of Boree ; sum due at date of notice, lis. 2d. : — Bay gelding, broken, like G- reversed over G a writing Hi-ar shoulder, no...

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The Coming Parliamentary Elections. MR. H. C. M'CULLOCH THE FREE TRADE CANDIDATE FOR MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

The Coming Parliamentary Elections. Mr. H. C. M'CULLOCH THE FREE TRADE CANDIDATE FOR MOLONG. The selection committee of the Molong Free Trade and Liberal Association met on Tues day evening last to choose a candidate, from the names placed before them, to coutest this constituency in the Free Trade interest at the forthcoming Parliamentary elections. Only two r.ames weie submitted to the com mittee, and they were Messrs, H. C. M'Cul loch, of Buckinbali Station, and H. P. Miller, of Rocky Ponds. After mature coniiidei ation, Mr. M'Culloch was selected.

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Presentation to Sergeant Atkinson. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Presentation to Sergeant Atkinson. On Tuesday last, Sergeant Atkinson, who has been promoted to Lithgow, was the . recipient of two nice little presents from his comrades in the police force in this district. . Constable O'Neill, of Cumnock, made the presentation in the presence of several of his comrades, and in doing so expressed regret at . the proposed- departure of their, brother-inT:; arms, witfy whom they had always worked well, and for whom they, held the highest' esteem. Sergeant Atkinson, in acknow ledging the gifts, said he could not thank them sufficiently for their exceeding kindness which was altogether unexpected. He assured them he would ever prize their gifts and would never forget the happy years he had spent with them. He felt grieved at severing his connection with Molong and his comrades in the district. He liked the town and district very much, and with the other members of the force he. had always been, on the very best of terms. He again thanked thorn for the...

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Drying Maize. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Drying Maize. It is amongst the drawbacks to maize farm ing in Australia that heavy wet weather is only too common at the harvesting season. To the giower this means that lie may have : to pull corn during damp weather; or he., may have to ..pull, it before it is sufficiently hard for shelling, in order to avoid possible loss from heavy rains or floods. But damp maize entails further risks of moulding, mil dew, and other dangers. To overcome this, , some growers have tried artificial drying, in ; kilns or upon floois, where by means; of tire heat the -maize could he dried. This again entails considerable labour, and the process has never been as satisfactory as could be desired. But this season, and for the first time, so far as we are aware, the fruit-dryer piocess has been brought into use for drying maize, and with such success that some score* of bags have been marketed at top rates, , and no one, unless infounetl specially, has . been aware that it was puijed while soft, and dr...

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Injurious Branding. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Injurious Branding. At a conference in Brisbane, on stock' and kindred matters, the chief inspector of Queensland; in a pai;er on branding, showed how the present system of imprinting brands on cattle seriously, injured a most valuable portion of the hide. The branding, lie said, involved the AusMalian stockmen in an annual loss of L300,000. From his position as chief administrator of the Brands Act he found that fully 95 per cent, of the cat'le were branded either on the ribs or rump, the - most valuable portion of the hide. A brand' ' in the centre or rump of a side of leather greatly depreciated its value, This was the ? case With one brand; the effect in the case , of hides bearing tyvo or more brands was still ' more serious.. This kind of branding was not Australian exclusively. Mr. Ellis, an liln Iflisb liiflft mpi'nliant, BoHmsif.pr) l-lio flniiro. . T . ' ? v.,« ciation in South American hide at 6s each; and although Australian tanners do not estimate the depreciation at su...

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Molong Racing Club's Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Molong Racing Olub's Annmal Meeting. The annual raoe meeting of. the Molong Racing ?Club which was to have been held laat Wednes day was postponed till Thursday, in . con i sequence of unpropitious weather. A full Report will appear in next week's Express. The ceaults of the different events are given below : — OPENING HANDICAP— 6 furl«llg«. Mr. J. Mutton's br g Bluegown, aged, 8at 41b ... ... ... ... 1 ,, G. D. Rose's blk g Ebony, 6 yrs, 9«t 131b ... ... ... ... 2 ,, J. Barter's blk g Bisuiarok, aged (7st ... 3 Time Imin. 25^secs. PRINCE OF wales' STAKES — I Rlila. Mr. S. Sloane's c i» Tempest, aged 9st lib ... ] ,, T. A. Puile's blk g Cinder, 5 years Sat 81b ... ? ? ? ... 2 ,, J. Crooks' br a: Stranger, aged 9st lib.., 3 Other starter— Jacky Speeres, 9st lib. rue winner was nougnc in tor tlU za bd. Tune, lmin. o6aecs. MOLONG RACING CLUB HANDICAP— 1 mile 100 yards. Mr. G. D. Rose's blk g Ebonv, 6 yrs, 9st lllb ... ... * ? 1 ,, J. Mutton's br g Bluegown, aged, 8st 61 b ... ... ... 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Wanted to Purchase, A BOUT 251hs. GOOD GRAPES. Apply A 'EXPRESS' OFFICE. Licensing Court. NOTICE is lierebv given that a QUARTERLY LICENSING 'CO U RT for the Moloug Licen sing District will be held at tlie COURT HOUSE, MOLONG, Oil MONDAY, the second day of April, at 11 a.m. H. H. CHIPP 1 N D ALL, Clerk of Petty Seesions. Municipality of Molong. EXrilAORDINARY VACANCY. NOTTCE is hereby given that a MEETING 'of ' i1 ELUOTOIIS of the above Municipality will, be held at tlie Town Hall, Molong, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATURDAY, the 7th.day of April, 181)4, for the Notnin-ihioii of ONK ALDlfiRAlAN in lieu of Alderman .John Black, resigned; '. A'iiy^Tw'Oi ElecLors may, noiuinate-a Candidate for Election by delivering to ine at my Residence, Rid dell-aLreet.v-Nloloii^, seven clear days before the day of.^ominatioii, a document signed by sue i Electors, coiitjiiiiiii^rin full the name of the candidate they wish' i.'ii propose ' setting forth also the occupation iinfl ;residi',ii(:e:of such ca...

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Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

Pigeon Shooting. , ir _ . y The £12 handicap which was shot for. on the race course on Thursday morning, resulted in a lie between ' Obley,' R. Evers, H. Wi.ight, and C. J Cousins, with 5, kills each. .Those four shooters agreed to take £2 each and . shoot off for the lemaining £4. Th« two latter dropped out in the 6th round. Evers J and ' Oolev' killed five more birds each. when they agreed to divide the money. Sweeps were wop. by R. Evern, 'Obley,' R. Y. Cousins, und H. Wright. Full scores iu next issue. The Roman Catholic tea meeting which was to have been held at Manildra on Easter Monday has been postponed indefinitely. . ' Messrs. J. S. Leeds and Co., of Orange, re port having sold for Mr. James Rutherford, Bathurst, 10,000 stoie wether s, delivered at Amaroo paddocks, near Molong, at 4s 9d per head ; Mr. James Lee, of Larras Lake, pur chaser. Providing - the weather is favorable on Easter Monday, the Tolunteers picnic on the rifle range should prove an enjoyable affair. The '...

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Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 24 March 1894

: Electors' Rights Tub elector's rights for 'he Electoral District. of Molong aie to hand, and are now beiii*,; -listfibuted .-it the various uolice stations iu the electorate. An otiiuor will bp in attend ance at the M illing Pulicn - -fiice daily from 9 a.in. to 8 p.m. iu order to deliver the rights. Jt will be necessaiy for each one entitled to a litilit to call at the police station as in each, case the signature of the recipient lias to lie in ide on u reciipt. Electors .-ho ild not fail to attend to this ni itter witlio'.i. delay, as the time for the delivery of rights expires on the 14th April next.

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ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICES. APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

lilVNGLTOAN OHUKCH SERVICE'S. : Ov .:.—;.?;:?„:?....? APKII, 1. ' ?:-?- ' ?' \ St. David'a, Yulliimiry, 11 a.m. ; St. Mat-! thewa'a, Cuninock, 3 p.m. ; St. J.dhn'a, IVloloui;,' 7.30 p.m.— Rev. J. Alld4s. ~ . : St. John's, Molong, II a.m. ---Licensed Lay Header. ? ';''' ',' ','? '!;?' ? . ... : APHIL 8. . , '.., ? :', . Sfc; John's, Molong, 11 a m.— Licensed Lay Render. ??:?? St. John's, Mulonij, 7-30 p.m. ; St. Thomas', Warne, 11 a.m. ; Holy Trinity, Beri, 3 p.m.— Kev/J: AUdis. , . b' St. David's, yullinidry, 3 p.ui.— Liisensed Lay Reader. ? '' '?' '.';'';''.'4,'i'.! r ..,-.?;' ? A pair,. 15., T.. -r'^ ']!', :':' '. StV John's, Molong, 11 W.!ra:-!'and tf'-' p m. ;; St.- Luke's, Aniaroo, 3 p m' ^Rev.-J:.iiA:ildis. i Sti: Andrew's, ^Garra,1 ;3; '!p.;m'.— :Lice'irse'd ;. L'tyj ?' Reader.' ' ;?. '.-; ' \ /- '^.^r'W;^,^: \ ?. SfcJ David's,: Yuliymlryj'.lti^aimJ,;;^S^ ;Matf ? thews', CumHook,'3:^in^£St/^ 7 p.m. — Rev-.iJi Aildia, , ,i;: -.,?-??;?/!,.'- 'n'...^ T r: St. Johu'a, Md|ouu', 11...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

SANDER AND SONS' hlUUALYP'lh l*iX TRACT; — buder thediatinijuished patipnut;e o His Majesty the Kiuii of Italy, .as. per ooni munication made by the Minister for , Foveign ?!, 4 Atfairs, through the Consul-General of Italy at Melbourne, 14th March, 1878. Awarded Diploma at the Amsterdmn Exhibition, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and (j\ live r- aities all over the Globe. There are imitations of Eucaly pti Extract in the market, products of.simple distillation, forming crude resinous oils. Lu order that these crude oils may not be taken for our Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recognised by the [ medical division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, »s per information forwarded to Us through the Consul at Mel bourne, 2nd March, 1878,= we state :— i It is proved 'by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and (irea Bw,ald, (Prussia) and reported by Dr. Shulz Professor of Phannacoloiiy at Bonn, and Pro fessor Dr. Mosler, Direc...

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ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

;ili Si! JOSEPH'S 0ATH0L1U CHURCH./,1;1 j Molong— -1st Sunday of every iiuniili. '' ; ! Cargo — -2nd. Sunday of every moiir.li. .' ' ';c j Oudal— 3rd Suuday of every mouth. I Ciiiniiock— 4th Sunday of every nioijth. '! Manildra — 5th Sunday in the month (when occurring). ? :

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BAPTIST CHURCH. REV. JESSE MAYO, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 31 March 1894

BAPTIST CHURCH. *V' '..''. '- ? Rkv. Jjsssb Mayo, Pastor. , : . » .? ' ? i - * . i ? ? ? ? ? ? ' ? ' ? ? First Sunday each Month— -Garrn, 3 p.m., Mr. W. Hyland; 7.30 p.m., Pastor. Gregra, 3. p.m., Mr. VV. Edwards. Manildra Hall, 1 1 a.m., Pastor. Second Sundav. — Garra; 3. p.m., Pa tor ; 7.30 p.m., Mr. A. VValdock; Greara, 7.30 p.m., Pastor.'. Manildra, lLa.m., Pastor. Third Sundav.— Garra, 3 and 7.30 p.m., ,Mr. D. Ball. Giegra, 3 p.m , Pastor. .Manil dra, 7.30 p.m., Pastor. .' Fourth Sunday. — Garra, 3 p.m., Pastor; 7.30 p.m.; Mr.. W. Pocknall. Gresjra, 7 30 p.m., Mr. G. VV. Griffith. Manildra, 11 p.m., Pastop. ;.. Fifth -Sunday— Garra, 3 p m.t Mr. W. Straochen; 7 30 p.m , Pastor ; Giegra, 3 p.m., Pastor. Manildra, 11 a. m , Piistor: Morning aervioes at M.tuildra' Hall; other ?eryioea atMauildra House. - ?

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