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Land Selections. THURSDAY, 6TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

IiiM Selections. - Thursday, 6th Jolt. No. 94. — Terence McCauley, 40 acres at Yurammie, adjoining measured portion 205. No.-95; — Thomas Etzpatrick,' -40 acres, Yurammie, 40 acres'etarting at the south-east comer of his last AO. ? No. 96. — John Collins, SO acres at Yuram- j mie, on south-east of his last 40. No. 97. — Charles Jess, 40 acres, pajish of Kameruka, on eastern , boundary of his last, and south of Gowing's land. No. 98. — Joseph -Rolfe, 40 aores, Mogilla, starting at the north-west corner of his last 40 acres. No. 99.— Mads Nielsen,-40 acres at Tanja, east of his last, and tojoin XL Clark1 s line. No. 100. — Edward Kevis, 40 acres, section 13, at Puen Buen, to start at north-east corner of measured portion 91. 101. — F. T. Stennett, 40 acres, section 13, at Puen Buen, on the north of measured por tion No. 11. No. 102.-7-Jhristopher Farrell, 40 acres at Ooranook, north , of his residenoe block. No. 103.— James Smith, 40 acres, section 13, starting at a tree marked J S. a...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

OUK TELEGRAMS, [From otir Telegraphw ? OorrttportdenU^ SYDNEY, Jul? '6. Daelino Harbour case concluded, .yester-. day afternoon, the jury giving a -verdict for defendant, awarding plaintiff £4500, being £170 below the Govornment 'valua tion: _ . The Trustees ot llie JNatioiiai i'arB re solved that Mr. Lucas should be called upon. to resign his ^position as one of -the trustees of the park. Ministerial train returned from Hay at six yesternight, doing the distance, 451 miles, in 16 hours. Victorian Government agreed to abolish the stock tax across the Border. Steamer Austral cleared the Heads this morning with a heavy cargo and a large number of passengers. Valuable discovery of ironBtone repor ted from Lake Macquarie, Newcastle District ; found to contain 41.98 per cent, of metal, . SYDNEY, June SO. Produce : maize, 5s 2d to 5s 3d ; butter, Is 8d to Is 9d ; bacon, Gd to 'id ; cheese, 8d to 9d ; eggs, 18d to 19d. Mercantile Rowing Club's ball last night a most brilliant affair; over ...

The Bega Agricultural and Pastoral Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

The Bega Agricultural and Pas toral Society. A general meeting was held on Tuesday afternoon. There was a full attendance of members, Mr. W. Allan, Vice Presideut, occupying the chair. After the confirma tion of last minutes the Treasurer asked for authority to repay Mr. Wren an amount of £4 4s. donated for a snecial prize for wire fencing, but unexpended as there were no entries, and the same was ordered to be handed back to Mr. Wren. In reference to a disputed prize, in conse quence of the loss of the draught stock award paper, it was resolved, on the motion of Mr. G. Haslingden, seconded by Mr. Bell, that Mr. Jauncey be paid the prize in olass 1, section 18. On the subject of accounts the Trea surer, Mr. Rixon, read a statement show ing the Bociety now in funds to the ex tent of .£69, exclusive of the Government grant. It was explained that the previous year's balance sheet was in the hands of the auditors who had found all vouchers for payments correct, but in consequence. nf* n...

COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSUR ANCE SOCIETY. We observe : witb pleasure the highly Btt'tisfkctory report presented by tbe Directors at tlie recent lneetiug of mem bers. The success of this Society is a matter of deep interest to many iu this lu.suici, as since lis lounaauon lis uawe has been constantly before the Bega public. The number oi lives insured here tar Gxceeds that of all other life offices having agencies here put together, and it is worthy of remark that of the very large number on the Be-*a list there has not been one claim. Two claims have been paid iu the Cobargo agency list, aud two families rescued from possible privation, or at least from inconvenience, by the prudence of tho iusurers. The Company moreover deserve the thanks of many id this district, for at a lime when the Banks had lost faith iu our lauded securities, the Directors of the Colonial Mutual cntne to the rescue, and assured that the class of securities offering were absolutely sound, they invested largely...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

[EETJTER'S . TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. Th£ 'Repression of Crime Bill passed the Committee of the House of Commons. Prisoner Walsh .recently arrested in; connection with the recent seizure of arms at Clerkenwell, states that for. many months the continuous exportation of arms of all kinds to Ireland . from Britain has gone on. Turkey offered to join the Conference on certain conditions. - During' the past month the Egyptians busily prosecuting works for fortifipations ;of the Port of Alexandria. In consequence of the increased activity displayed, Ail miral.Seymour made a formal demand, couched in menacing terms, requiring that works and armament shall bo imme diately abandoned ; intimating that fail ing compliance steps, will be . taken to eu - force obedience. Australians completed innings for 271. Giffen, .84 ; Bonner, 58 ; Garrett, 32. Home team,' 2iid innings, all oiit for G8. The Australians winning in one innings and eighty T,nn». Palmer took sii wickets for thirty-two run...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

Special A.dv3rtis9m3its. OLONIAL MUTUAL 1-IFE ASSU RANCE SOCIETY. MR. J.~dT~HORNE, SPECIAL AGENT, IS NOW in BEGA, and may be consulted COfcTSlEltCIAli HOTEL, or at tho Oflloe of the Local Agent — TO. NEILLKY. Department of lands, Sydney, 19th June, 1682. Cnovrv JjAxds rAfiSKD at Auction avd Open to SALE EITflEB CONDITIONALLY Oil UNCONDITIONALLY'. - IT it» hereby notified for general information that lists pliowing* the Crown Lands, which may ho pur chased under scction 25 or the Lands Arts Further Amendment Act of 1890, can now be obtained at the Government Printing Office, and at the various local Land Offices throughout tho Colony. 2. Application* under tho nbove mentioned ncction for these lands must be tendered to the Tjtuid Agent of the District in which tJiev tan situated vritli the full amount of purchase money, and a deed fee of £1 lor each lot, on any day of tho week exeunt Thursday. 3. As in almost all eases tho lanae do not come within Uio exceptions, mentioned in the Cro...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

HH Shipping. BBm . .TtrABUA STEAM NAVIGATION j^^M^ COMPANY. jfew Screw Steamship ALLOW KAlIEEtrKA will leave aa fol SfpHBT every W^ednesoay, &t 10 a. v., HBi:- gDBS every Satehdat MoEnhjg, at 8, for Passengers. yujjnmuiiA every Satcbday, at 9.30 a.m. for Passengers. ^AxjijiA every Saturday, 11 a.m., for passengers. l^l^nL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken. ^^^Kward the .day previous, viz., FRIDAY. HH rjjes aud Freights at Lowest Bates, for Dead Weight and Measure - HHL.I 20s. per ton. Charge lor Heals on Board during |^H|c[rr ,T Mebimbula — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. Eden— Mr. HUBERT KEON. TiTHUi — 'Mr. C. B . *M hiy RR, B^^BKiSllANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. HB IHE SPLENDK) steamships ^Hftouthern Cross and Esk. EDEN TO SYDNEY. Wednesday, 12th July, 8 a.m. I^^^Kgun, Thursday, 20th. July, 8 a m. ^^^^E*Honday, 24th July, 8 a.m. SYDNEY TO EDEN. ^^^^?jihedsCeosb, Monday, 10th July, 10 a.m. Wednesday. 12th July, 10 ».m. |^^^K[jsiitnrday, 15th July, 10 a.m. Monday, 24th July, 10 a.m. j^^^K^Frid...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

Church Services. Church, of England. T\TVTNTj SERVICE will be hold nt St. John,a Bega, J-' every Sunday Morning and evening. Holy Communion on the First Sunday in Every Month. Holy Baptism on the first Sunday in every month, at 4 p.m. ls\B. In eases of necessity tho Sacrament of Baptism will bo administered at any time ontl place. July 9.—' Taxraganda, 3 p.m. July 12. — Stonoy Crock School, 12 m July 10. — Numbuggo, S p.m. July 19. — Antflodule, 1 p.m. *? — h School, 2.80 p.m. July 2S.— Tonja, 8 p.m. July 30. — Jellftt JeUat, S p.m. D. E. EVANS-JONES, Vicar, Kahbrdka Parish. July 2. — ICameruka, 11 a.m. ; Wolumla, 8 p.m. July 9. — Kameruka, 11 a.m. [E.C.] ; Tontawaaglo, 8 p.m.; July 1G.— C&jnornta, 11 a.m. : Colombo, 3.80p.m. July 23. — Tantawnnglo, 11.30 [DLC.J ; Candclo, 7 p.m. 'Weel Day 6aarzOB. J niy 12.— Mogflla, 2.80. E. EARL. Dxstrtct or Pandula and Eden July 2.— Eden, 11 a.m. ; Ponhula, 8.30 p.m. ; Mor imbula, 7 p.m. July 9.— Towumbo, 11.30 a.m. ; Burroffate, 3 p.m. ...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 8 July 1882

COMMERCIAL. BAIBNSDALE LIVE STOCK SIAEKET. Monday, June 26. Messes. A. MacArthur an Co. report : — We effected brisk sales in our market on Saturday, and everything offered in tho shape of cattle sold readily. Wo had over 300 cattle penned, and the following wore tho prices realised: — Lot of throe -year- old floors, from Buchan, at £3 18a ; lot of cows, same owner, at £2 88 ; a similar lot, same owner, at £2 4s ; lot of half-fat cows, same owner, to £3 15b 6d; lot of young calves, Vroaners, same owner, at 14s ; 19 cows for Mr. Hoddinott, at £2 9s; and a number of odd.lots at similar figures. Milch cows fetched from £3 10s to £4, according to quality. Horses.— Wo nad only some local -weeds in the market, wliich did not oommand at tention. Pigs. — Wo had a good many pons of this class of stock and Bold most of them. Baoon, pigs are much in demand, but holders would do well to give us a week's notice before -? bringing them in, so as to ensure the attend ance of buyers.

Tilba Tilba. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

Tilba Tilba, ( Frojn our Corespondent.) Wi. liave had a few uiglits' very ? sharp frost.- last week for this locality, although I see that the self-sown potatoes' are not much the worse. The frost seems to bo . very ' patchy ' with us, that is it dons not show anywhere, or seldom anywhere, except in tlio gullies ; our ridges seem to lie too hot for Mr. Jack. . It requires very little argument to he nldnsed to convince all concerned that our wattle bark is getting very' scarce -- through .'the length and breadth of our continental island, so uiuoli bo that the price paid for it lias curtailed operations, and uuIcsb' something is done tho time is not far distant When there musf he such a dearth in the leather trade as to almost debar it from being a marketable com modity. This is' a matter that I have for same time thought about, and am of . oninion that nresent market rntnR' mifrlit to warrant tlie cultivation of the wattle. I see by the City papers that there are others who tllink s...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [/Vo/rt our Telegraphic Correspondent!.'] I SYDNEY, July 13. News of the bombardment of Alexandria created intense excitement throughout the city. Yesterday, the various news officeB were besieged by crowds eager to gain the latest intelligence. Orange demonstration last night was a great success ; estimated fuLly twelve thousand persons present. Austra.1 left Melbourne Willi lour thousand carcases of prime mutton. A man supposed to be insane, com mitted a murderous assault ou the daughter of a selector named Patterson, aged 7, yesterday at Mathoura, ohoppiug her down with an axe; victim not ex pected to recover. The .culprit was cap tured after a desperate resistance. SYDNEY, Jdly 14. Produce : maize Ss to 5a 2d ; butter 2s ; bacon 6d to 7d ; cheese 8d to 9d ; eggs 2s. Every expedition being UBed in placing defences at South Head and Botanv. in best possible condition. Bumotired that some extraordinary revelations will be made to Parliament by the Boyal Commission as...

GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

GENERAL NE$j Heavy enow on Monaro. Lucas' stores in embryo. Beef 7d. per lb. in Newcastl^^f Great rash for laud at LismonH Cooma wants a new Court h9H Disastrous floods at HolritikaJM Candelo Progress Committee ?? Milk company etarted at Ooi^H Maori Ambassadors reached ii Twenty five large theatres in 1150 miles of railway in N. S Orient boats now travel via tl Cboma School of Arts has 17 Newspaper exhibition ' on V a Coal search iu Gippsland still Almost summer heat in Sydnc Systematic railway agitation i Opera ' Mignon ' ran 600 nif Victorian railway traffic increai Three more tramway accident Trickett testimonial will likely Stearine Candle Co. establiihi and. Orient (e.) delivered her mai days. Six selections, 520 acres, at Bi week. Cooma : 21 selections, 2681 week. Progress Committee formed gong. Heat at Bourke on Saturday,! shade. | Bread fid. per lb. at Cobar ; lsl Bourke. I. Mail refers to-G. H. Beid as I Premier. Gladstone probably resigns . Premier. Cabmen's shelter sheds ...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, W EnxESD at. IN the House of Commons the Secretary of State for Foreign- Affairs announced that Admiral Seymour had been instructed to require immediate surrender of the Forts at AleiSkjIaria, their possession being neoessary in order for disarming, their preseneSfbeihg- a inenance to the combined fleet. 'Mr. Gladstone announced his intention efholdihg an. Autumn Ses sion of Parliament' in Ootbheir, to deal with ths Procedure l^ill. ; Australian* ooqrmuaed a mptoh to day, agaiht Maryleboiia/ tlnb. ' tatter, first innings, two out for 113 ; rain stopped tlie play W. G-Grao8, 46 ; Hornby, 45. Home team comprises most of the best players in England. ' .LONDON, Thdbsdat. Yesterday's trace resulted, after a deal of parleying, in Arabi Pasha , positively refusing to surrender forts.. Expected that the bombardment would be resumed to-day; the Khedive remaiqs at Alexandria unharmed. Latest. from Alexandria re port eth at the Egyptian troops 'evacuated tho city ...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

Wolumla Items, Good business done at .the Telegraph Office last week. The best (financially) since it has been established here. Snow on the distant hills plainly discern able at Wolumla last evening. Ktt, Walsh and Co. get top price for their leather in Sydney— bo it Wolumla. ;.. Mrs. Henwood his cleared oiit ; 'the sale was a success ; it is a better spec selling 0ut than buying innowta-days. . Another ygw rasidefece is being erected for Mr! Moffit.v. - Cr:Jt WSUiams is the builder Six or seven travdlers'had to be ' dossed ' down on sofas and floors in private houses, last Saturday. They had sardines and bis cuits for breakfast under the verandahs. Hotel much wanted. Two steam sawmills at work, and yet material .for building1 can't be got fast enough. The organ for the church at Wolumla comes by this week's steamer. Choristers are' to muster. - Successful meeting for sohool of arts yes terday. .Strong and influential committee formed. Subscription lists opened, 'W olumla guineas c...

WAR IN EGYPT. SYDNEY, July 12,11.15 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

WAR IN EGYPT. SYDNEY, July 12, 11.15 a.m. Wab declared.. Bombardment of Alex-; andria commenced. Later telegram states that Consols of European Powers, before quitting Alex andria, presented a note to the British Admiral, officially protesting against the bombardment, which at present was uncalled for. The Frenoh ' and other sauadrons weighed anchor and have taken up a position outside . the harbor, the latter being now occupied by the British squadron only. Upon the de parture of the foreign vessels the British ships immediately removed nearer to the forts and opened fire jit five o'clock on Tuesday morning. ? Tremendous cannon ade now proceeding ; the fire being prin cipally directed against the forts. 'A fearful panio prevails amongst the in habitants throughout the city. Conference of Ambassadors suspended owing to the commencement of hostilities, the members watching the progress of events before continuing their labors. 2.17 p.m. Admiral Seymour refused to compro'; mise. Forei...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

-The FtrrunE of Electric Lightiko. 1 — On Wednesday, May 17, at the Royal Uuited Service Institution, Mr. SpoL,tiswo'ode, the -President of tbe lioyal Society, presiding, Mr. George Lane-Fox, the electrical engineer, lectured on 'The Future of Electric Lighting, .and oil tlie Exhibition at the Crystal Palace.' ' The chairman, iu ,_ introducing tlie lecturer of the day, Irini nsono who'had been very / . ; Sil in developing the powers of ~ o^ It was safer, Mr. Spottis \d, to prophesy what elec \ld do than what it could ' —J bo illustrated ' the unsafe .jr. of negative prophecy by * Jig to the fact that a committee of ,j5S§NHousG' of Commons a few years arrived at the opinion, published ^in tlie Blue-book, that the subdivision of electrical force was ' not to be hoped for.' The lecturer, who sp:ke in a very low tone, expressed his opinion that the development of electricity, great as it had been of late, would be greater, in ..the immediate future, es pecially as trained, minds were no...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

[Fbow the Pbesb TelboeaMs.] I LONDON, JirtY 8. Ike latest news from the upper Nile states that an important /engagement has been fought between the followers of the false prophet of Soudan and the Egyptian troops who were recently despatched against him. The battle resulted in the latter beifig com pletely crushed. The prophet is now march ing m force on Rennaur, the capital of Soudan 220 miles distant from Khartoum. - CONSTANTINOPLE, Jfly S. The Ambassadors continue to Bit daiy. Th & Conference, in accordanco with a resolution previously arrived at, will on Monday for mally invite the Porte to intervene actively in despatching troops to Ejrpyt. In tie event of tlie Sultan definitely declining to give effect to the wishes of the Powers, it is generally understood that it will be resolved that a mixed occupation of Alexandria, Cairo, and other important centres will be under taken, until the authority of the Khadire Is fully re-established. July 8. jui reapwiioe isj imj j u v...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

? Advertisements, ' ?TINTED FAMILY FOUR MILKERS. ' H —Apply for address B ? STANDARD OFFICE. t Ba ANTED Family of four or five Milkers 1 H onwages. — Apply personally or by ' ? JOSEPH KEYS, ' . . .. .. Laurel Grove, Colombo. ^ Ranted. — Bullock Driver wanted ? at ' * B Queen of Wolumla Saw stills. ? J. P. O'NEIL & GO. KiwrFip^n.-RTJTIB.AT. HF.RVANT-— H Apply, .;E. . BROWN, Commercial I ^?iNTED young manto assist in Dairy ? Work. ? -3ood Wages to a competent ? For address apply, ' H Staxdabd Office, ?SESEMAKER, — Wanted about middle j July, a situation as . Cheesemaker on American principle'. . H Ajply, Stand aed Office. ??V COUNTRY: — 'For. a consideration 1 ^?mWding selectors can be put. on to ^Brantry. For particulars, apply to ? TO NEILLEY, Bega. ?W, a Seven Rooined Cottage in ^HOup-stzeet. — Apply to ' g.fttrAIK, next door. ?iSA'L Si— 120 seres at Puen Buen, ^^B«rti£oate granted.1 —Apply, JOHN or to W. NEILLE ?, Bega. wantedto ? CART 100 TONS of (in bags) from Pericoe Ro...

District Court. (BEFORE JUDGE McFARLAND.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

District Court. (Befohe Judge MoFaelakd.) Judgements entered in the following un defended cases : Momsen v B. Atfield, £7 10s. ; Francis and anr. v W. Haigh, JE12 10s.; same r Bolton, .£10 14s. ; Heffer nan v B. J; Buokley, £18 13b. 6-L ; Maher v M. MacNamara, £81 4s. 6d. ; Levy v Plumb, £18 4s. ; same v C. Higgins, £28 8s. ; Bertie and anr. t W. Ferguson, £22 8s. ; Gondon v O'Neill, £4 9s. 2d. ; Car penter v B. Wilson, £6 2b, ; Gowing v E. H. Wilson, continued. . Malcolm v Manby. — Mr. Bawlinson for plaintiff An aotion to recover possession of a house leased to defendant for a year. Mr. Manby Baid he waB unable to get a house and had promised to give up pos session on a certain date. Order made for possession in 14 days, without costs. Pebry V Meade. — Mr. Lipscomb for plaintiff. A claim for a team of bullocks sold by F. Meade to H. W. Perry. When plaintiff went to take deliveiy the person! from whom Meade bought declined to de liver. Plaintiff had been compelled to break a contrac...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 July 1882

Church Services. ? . Church of England. TYI7INE SERVICE Trill be held at fit. JoWfl Bega, I , % J-' every Sunday Homiqg and cvenine. * Holy Communion ou tlio Fii dt Sunday lQlSrery Month. Haly Baptism on the first Sunday in ovtay moulli. at 4 p.iu. N.B. lai owes of necessity the Sacrament of Baptism will bo administered at any time and plaoe. July 16.— Numbugrfftj 3 p.m. July 19.— Anfcledale, 1 p.m. „ School, 2.90 p.m. July 23.— Tanjn, Sp.m. July 30.— Jellat JclUt, 3 p.m. 1). E. liVAlTS-JONES, Vicar. Kaxeruka X'aribii. tftdy 16.— Kamerukn, 11 a.m. : Colombo, 3.30 p.m. July 23. — Toa law&agl o, 11.30 [H.O,] ; Candelo, 7 P.m. DISTRICT OP l?AKI)UJ.iA AK® EdKW July 16.— Merimbula, l] a.m. ; Faubula, 8 p.m. ; Eden, 7 p.m. July 23. — llocky EaU, 11 a.m. ; Wyndham, 3 p.m. -jollcctious mil be mado at oach of tlio above mcn Uoucd pluses ou bclialf of tlie cliuxcU Booiely for tlio diocose, IUCHAJID LEIGE, Clergyman. July 20.— Montreal, 7 p.m. JjUy 21.— Bermnffui, 7 p.m. July 22.— Wand...

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