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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Bpeclal Advertisements. ?Absolutely ^PAINLESS-®. Dentistry. wl A^G^y, Dental Surgeon, Walker-street, Casino, Next to Mr. J B. M'Dougall's Office Late of Edinburgh and Paris, E.D.F. * ?* * Diploma of the French Dental School A 'SPECIALITY, Genuine Modern Dentistry. MR. GRAY having had a large experience i:i Golil Crown and Bridge Work, Pivoting of Teeth on their Natural Roots, Ac., informs intending patients that they may have this class of work done on the most Modern and Scientific Principles. t Teeth bv .Suction, mounted on suction plates iaUoId, Platinum, and Vulcanite. — Teeth Scaled.— Stoppings done on the Latest Principles in Gold and Plastic Fillinga .TEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY BY NITROUS-OXIDE GAS, &c. # # # # Mil. Gray holds Certificates from lending Practitioners both in Edin burgh and Paris, and has had over ten years' experience in Dentistry. Therefore patients inay rely upon having dental operations performed in the most skilful manner. Note the Address : Next t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

-A! gale lias caused fearful havoc afc tho Knitter's Pulaco ut Potsdam, uprooting many trees dating from tlio days of Priidorick the Great.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

BRISBANE MARKET PRICES. . .* ..Following] were -tho wholesale pi ices in Brisbane ou Tuesday i. ? : ? . . Maize : Prime, to 4s 5t} per bushel. Bran, £G os per ton ; pollard, £8 5s. Chaff: Oaten, prime, £G 1 pa per ton.. , l'otutoo8 : Circular Head, £4 15s pefc.ton ; Warrnambiiols, £3 15s to £4.' Hams : Pineapjile, ls to la Jit ;,MiliVpi-re, Is per lb. .... '.!?» [' , !?? ..ll .?-: Bacon : Pineapple, flitches anil sides, il Id ; Mild Cure, Hitches, I2d,^nd sides 14d per ll-. ' Butter : Local, factory, t6;.ll(l„ per lb; ? southern, to 12d._ , - . . Cheese : Local, 7 id to Sil per lb. ? Eat Cattle. — At Homebttsli, oh Monday last, there were upwards of 103G-lieail of cattle yarded, representing 44 crilisignors, principally from the northern and' north- west districts, 153 Queenslandcrs, the bal . micefrom the south uuil weit. The yuulings ?comprised a large proportion of good, useful inedinm-weight bullocks, a sprinkling of prime, but not many prime and heavy bullocks. A few drafts of ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

' Advertisements. ^ O T - I '? C : V E. Sill Persons found TRESPASSING and SHOOTING in Spring., Hill Paddocks will be PROSECUTED. . '... , R. BARLING. 0 T 1 C E. -UST0CK-TR^P^SING.''i9-my^ad- doi;ks or on any of hiy Leases, after APRIL. 21st, will bo IMPOUNDED. W. J.'TOMKINS, Braemar. 0 T I - ,C E. Persons found TRESPASSINGi SHOOT ING, FISHING, or otherwise,' on the TABULAM HOLDING, will be PROSE CUTED. .? ry R. . BARNES,' Manager. 0 T I C E POISON is FREELY LAID on KYOGLE ESTATE. A. CAMPBELL,* Manager. : o t i c e. ' Any' person found; TRESPASSING, SHOOTING, or OTHERWISE, on KYOGLE will bo PROSECUTED.., . A. CAMPBELL, Manager. 0 ; T I.'-, ,C E. All Persons aro horoby CAUTIONED against. Cutting or Ronioving TIMBER, or otherwise Trespassing on any of our properties. ARMSTRONG EROS., Disputed Plain. N' °i T' 1 ° * AH Persons found Tresspassing or Shooting in any of my Paddocks from this dato will be PROSECUTED, to the utmost rigour of the 'law.' G. J. .RIVERS, ; ? Sandgate. Marcli 31s...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL NEWS. LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. R. R. Express Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

COMMERCIAL JSE WIS; . LOCAL PRICES CURRENT. It. It. Kxprcss Ollluc, Tliursiluy; !?--!, bowi.su arc tlio quotations for (iirm unu duiry produce rulin;,' ill Casino to-day;— ' ' '' WllouKsim. , IlKTAIL. ; r je- B 'd . . x' a ro,. ' Maize, |)or UliSlicI .. 0 /4 9 .' O'v5;;0 ClmlI,.|iorc^yt;.-.. . .. :-0 .7/ 0,, - ,.0 ,9; 0;-. Urty/oiiton,' per cwt.. 0 7' 8 , ' 0 B, 0 Oato, pur bushel , 0 -3 '-( 0 4 0 Ejfifa, por dozvn ... Oi-L'2 0-.1. -4 Butter, lixailfuutury.. 0 X. 1 0 13 Uuuer, dairy . . .. 0 ' 0 10 ' ? 0 1 0 ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

GSwVEKALXUWS. A Comprehensive Bkqiikst. — Under the will of tlie late Mr. Geo. Scnrfe, one of the principals of n well-known hardware warehouse, £11', 000 is left on trust to provide homes, or establish a relief fund for indigent persons over GO, who have for live years been en gaged in coiiiiueruuu, puMunii, cuitural, literary, scholastic, or pro fessional pursuits in South Australia. A Loyai. Queenslandkr. — A Dutch man, when travelling in a train from Hanviok to Lonclon the other (lay made insulting remarks in regard to the Queen. A Queenslander, who was also a passenger by the. train, was so provoked that he fought the Dutch man in the carriage. . Both men were arrested. Their faces were covered with blood. '. Our Military System ! — The cloth ing of the whole of the 1st and 2nd New South Wales Infantry Regi -mentH is in a, serious condition, - wliicli, in^the circumstances, and pend ing the approval of the new Common wealth uniform, is unavoidable. The boots of the men, in many...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Religious Services. Chckou of Enoland (Cnsino District) — April 20 til, secotul Sunday after Eu.-itor, New Park (Mr. 11. Walters'), Matins and Hulv Communion at 11 a.m., Fiiiry Hill (Mr. J. Reeves'), Evensong and Holy Communion at 3 p.in., Casino, Evensong at 7.3U p.m. — Rev. C. K. Seymour. Sunday, April 26th, Wyan (L;iy Service) at- 11 a.m. ; Tuesday, April 28th, Casino, Communicants' Union ut 8 p.m. ; Friday, May lat, Cliuir practice ' at 7.30 p.m. 1 KKSllYTKKIAN -_-11U11U11 Ut AVliTlMl.lA. ? Sunday, April 215th. Coraki at 11 a. hi., Tatham at 2.30 p.m., Canino at 7.30 p.m. — ' Rev. John Strang. Deep Creek (Mr. A. J. Mu tiro's) at- 2. 30 p. in. —Christian Endeavour Band. Methodist Church of Australasia— Services for Sunday, April 2Uth — Casino at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m., Clovaasut 2.30 p.m. — Rev. S. Heuihrick. Horwaod ut II a.m., Bunguwalhin at 2.30 p.m., Womlbum ut 7.30 p.m.— Rev. ('. Barker. One Tree Farm ut 2.30 p.m. — Mr. J. 13. Tiiomaj. Salvation- Army— Public Meetings lit (,...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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[BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. The Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

[By Telegraph.] SYDNEY; Thursday. The Produce Market. Maize : The market is weaker. Prime dry yellow from northern rivers, '4s 3d to 4s Gd ; sott yellow, 4s 3d to 4s 4Jd ; white, prime dry, 4s 5d ; inferior, 4s' 3d per bushel. Butter : Choioe.crenineiy,. 12d ;tomc ask mi extia ' £d fot. special brands ; second brands, 11 Ad ; dairy, lid per lb. Eggs : Not t hern rivers,- la Gd 'to Is 7«1 per dozeu. .? ?

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

SYDNEY. MARKET PRICES, . Following are tlie wholesale quotations iu Sussex-street, Sydney :: — Wheat : South Australian, choice milling. 5a 7^d f.o.b.' Port Adelaide ; California!!, on spot in Sydney, us 2£d ; Manitoba, on spot in Sydney, 5a 8d ; to arrive, 5s lid ; Argen tine, -Is 4d ; to urrive in six weeks', 3s lid to 4s per bushel. Flour : bydney roller, to £12 10s per ton ; Manitoba, on spot in Sydney, £12 10s to £12 15s ; to arrive. £12 oe to £12 10s ; South Australian, £11 7a (id to £11 15a iu Adelaide. ? Maize: Local, new white, best, 4s 5d per bushel ; other qualities cheaper ; best red, 4a (id to 4s 7tl ; soft and pinched, 4s 54d. Bran, to la 3d per bushel. Pollard, to Is (id per bushel. Chick'wheat : Local, lo 5s per bushel; ? Barley : Pri'iie feed, to 4s 3d per bushel. ' Oats: Tasmania!!, feed, to 2s 8(1 ; prime, 2s 9d to 2a lOd ; New Zealand, prime, 2s lOtl to3s j .good, to 2a lid ; inferior und. dark, from 2s ' (id ; choice aeed, 3s 5d per bushel. Oaten Hay : Local, pr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Under New Management. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

; (Jiuler Km iflmiitsciiieiit. This device, which must be ns old, as Adam, is still made, to serve with a (.'crtain class. of hotels,' which, change ' mine host. '', asjofteu as i.the.i months come a lid go. , ' f 1 7 i Tho, transparency of ihe idea ought :to be manifest to the' dullest : intellect, yet, habit, whicli is second nature; causes the*. sigirto-be^iinig''o.nt super fluously. - ( . And so it: is in politics. For - years it has been in-this Stale .a battle be tween the 'ins' and '.'outs,' simply a change of name with i he same old programme; the same . legislation promised, and unfulfilled ' for the' last thirty' years. The old ' I'urlionicn tary hands who live on the game;, . scenting. another political . revolution,, are play ing their old tricks. If; Short, is to be the fancy of the public for the time beiiig, they, are eager to i desert. Codlin andl'follow Short till some thing else turns iip, and so fool the electors once 'iiiortv ' . . x-ur. ine, , puonc are , tiioro...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Australian Bushranging. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER IX. THE CALOOLA ROBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Australian Bashranging. the early, days. [By CHARLES WHITE.] . CHAPTER IX. THE CALOOLA ROBBERS. ? The Attorney-General.- replied.- He nved tlmfc the nrguineiits of tlie learned couusel for tlie defence .'as to the supposed occidental discharge .of the pistol were not to be relied upon, Tlie pistol tired off was- in good order nt the time, and therefore not likely to go off in the way that had been as ! sutned. Again, the story ot tlie acci dental discharge was altogether, re butted bv the circumstances of the case, as disclosed in evidence. There was' nothing to show that the pistol hud been so discharged, but. evidence to contradict it. If the weapon had gone off unexpectedly would it. nothave !| |,eel, natural for Alexander Ross to K have expressed his regreij ;f«i; it ? gj Would not. a niaii nnder such circuin % .stances bo most likely, to hayo, tin-own 1 nway tho pistol, and to : ' I P am sorry for that, it was an accident. ?' § The prisoner, however, was - found to | do nothing...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

? ?' ' ??? ??? ? ' ? ? - ? . J , - ; ? _ . - . .' j ^ DARK ' If FINEST SELECTED 1 ^ ' ' ! . - II AMERICAN LEAF. I ' | \J? ?' jj .. . , MM ? ? j - : . ^LIFF PIANO..- ?? ? j r&fie L.SFP PIANOS are the ing , Pianos of . Grcrxnazv Tiiey 1, ^ been in use all over . Aws- %j i , .? 4ralia fox* over ,4'0: years—,.. , long to prove | merits. m ' PLEASE ? ; ? ? ? rr~- If - I»ap-p. Pianos Iiave bcon i.xr«i~ h . NOTE. tatecS. 21' yoa tlie g G-onntSp.e E,ipp, yoa can pro- S cuzx-e a&ssia on.Sy at Palinjj'G. H We stocK. five models of tlic'sc 1 Celebrated Fiascos. R Please rezsiemlber we are | aibs©!t&£e Sole Agemts. I , %S? I Old Pianos taKen in E-xcfoairag'e. | New Pianos Sold, on Easy Terms. | Catalogues Free. | fw. fl. Paling Co., L 338 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. | , J. STRONG, Branch Manager, Showrooms, Lismore. '' -v* Womdes»fwl ' I 1 Mas3 For Eilious and Nervous Dwotdm-s, auch as Wind aud I'ain in tho Stomach, Sick Heiuvche, Giddiness, Fulness aud Swelling after meals, Diz...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Debility & Dyspepsia A Long Time of Suffering. THE RIGHT REMEDY AFTER MANY FAILURES. The Case of Mrs. E. H^RISON. (BY A SVDXKY KErORTKR ) ? The value of expert knowlcilgo in the various pursuits nf life is ro.ulity iulmitted by Airs. I Jiini.i lliii rirtiin, nf Ku. 19, Little lSlooinliclil-sticet, iSurry Hills, who staled to our i iiporter ilmt l»y ocuusional practical gympnltiy ami iiitelligcut help we may grent'y nssist our nei^ .tiours, aud promote the prosperity of the ilistressed. Continu ing, Mrs. I 'iin isim faiil : — '1 am thankful for what my pa-it me thods have accomplished, and iu justice to those around me 1 will tell you what those method* were, and why they wore cm ployed. For many months I had sutTerod territily from imligcstioii and debility, and 1 hope no-'er to go through tho same misery ''again, for my lifo was a burden to me. . I felt co dull and drowsy that if I took a mnasitrcmcnt for a dreas 1 would forget it if 1 did uot write it down immediately, but...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

| TUX! HOUSE mtKAT ST ! | ; WHAT IS IT? THERE'S ' POWERFUL -?' PURSE PLEASING PRICES I AT ' ''the ? HOUSE 7 r THAT MAY .BUILT! Y ) - ? : ' IT'S: A HOUSE THAT WAS BUILT BY SELLING BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY OR THE SAME GOODS FOR. LESS MONEY THAN ELSEWHERE. ? IT'S* A HOUSE THAT IS A PLACE OF CONSTANT ENTERTAINMENT, . AS IT .DISPLAYS AND ILLUSTRATES THE , , WORLD'S CONCEPTIONS IN NEW MATERIALS, NEW DESIGNS— NE\V 'FASHIONS. ^ ' : IT'S. A HOUSE THAT TELLS THE WORLD'S OPINION ON FASHION, HEALTH, COMFORT, AND CONVENIENCE IN ' APPAREL, AND TELLS ITS PATRONS HOW TO LOOK BETTER— LIVE BETTER AND FEEL BETTER, IT'S A HOUSE THAT SECURES THE GREAT MANUFACTURING CENTJRES OF THE . WORLD. IN ORDER. TO , SHOW THE, PUBLIC EACH NEW PRODUCTION AND SHOW IT BETTER AND QUICKER AND CHEAPER THAN ANY . ?????' OTHJER HOUSE. ; IT'S A HOUSE OVER WHICH YOU MAY ROAM AT WILL WITHOUT BEING ASKED TO BUY A SINGLE ARTICLE. ' IT'S A HOUSE WHERE YOU CAN BE* SERVED BETTER, WITH BETTER GOODS, CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER STO...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Catakhu is Always tub Result op a neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough Re medy will not euro catarrh, but will euro the cold und so prevent that diHugreeablo inuhidy. TiiU remedy not. only relieves the iocal irritation of tlio throat and lungs, but removes the causes of the diseased condition. It leaves the system in a imtiirul'uud licallhy condition. It always c(ures and cures quickly A. C. Simpson, Casino, sells it.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Sand-Eating Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Siiiiii-Gatiuj; Morses. Some valuable horses linve been lost at Bairnsdale (Vic.) lately through a mysterious sickness, which lias baffled the best efforts of veterinary experts. A few mouths ago Mr. T. M'Xaniara, who resides on the Sarsfield road, lost. a horse worth £20. On tlie stomach' of the animal being opened it was fouud to contain 751bs of sand. Last week Mr. M'Namrtra'H best horse, an animal worth £40, topk ill. It was treated for various intestinal disorders, and nisi - lor b'ot Uv, ; without ; a yajl.- , A post morl em showed the: stomach to contain 4'.) II)., ( of sand, a. handful of iron- of :va'i;i6a^.v^liai,|^jm'aud sizes, sev eral pifcw of, sharp stiiel wire, some buttoiis, a knife blade (still sharp), pieces dt'.glass and several brass and iron,' nails. Both Mr. M'Nauiara's horses were stable fed .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

f M !&W an^ blood Pur'tier 's Scigel's Syrup, made of *11 Ifla&ftjr fruits, roots and herbs. It cures constipation and \ I I M vM dyspepsia, regulates the bowels, cleanses the liver, | | 3 Efia tones the digestive system, braces the nerves and imparts Wj8| t I the vigour and vitality of health to every organ of the body. ? ' a 'For seven years,' M 8 writes Mr. F. J. Pauley, ^ M J Ha Arthur Street, Croydon, M| aUk N.S.W., 'my stomach was unable to tolerate food of any des- . I cription, and the little which I forced myself to eat occasioned JrW I ll!n me dreadful pains in the chest, bilious attacks and fits of Mf J fil®, wlk. vomiting. Now I can digest with ease the toughest Mf&Mk R steak tl,at comes out of a blltcl,er s shop.' It was n Mother Seigcl's Syrup wrought the change. fij ^ 1

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Steeping Oats for Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Steeping Oats for Horses. A German agriculturist advocates the steeping and fermenting of oats for horses as a means of giving the greatest nutritive power to them. His method is to have three troughs, each holding enough for a day's ration. The oats being put. in the first one, hot water is poured o»er them, and the whole is well stiired. After standing about six hours the water is drawn of}', aud the oats left to swell and ferment. ? Another trougliful is fixed in the same way the next day, and another on the third day, when the first troughful, lia v jug stood for 48 hours, is ready to be fed out, and the tivugher tilled. He claims that this gives the maximum of nutritive value. .

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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General Booth in the Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

ticrici'al ISootli in tlie Capitol. General Booth is ' going it-' iu Wash ington. He was entertained by Senator Hatina, and lunched with the president. Next morning he went to the Capitol,, having been invited to open the Senate with prayer. He was escorted to the Vice-President's room, where he was met by Senator Frye, President of the Senate, Senator Hoar, its ' Grand Old Man,' General Algar, late Secretary of. War, Chauncey Depew, Senator Prit chard, and others. The marble corridors and stairways of the Capitol were thronged with eager multitudes, while every nook and corner of the galleries was packed, as tho General walked to what the reporters called ' the dis charge of his sacred privilege.' At twelve sharp the President of the Senate entered, accompanied by the General. As the gavel fell upon tlie desk tho Senators rose' to their feet, while intense silence prevailed and heads were reverently bowed. The scene, says one who was present, in a communica tion to the ' Westminste...

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Church of England. EASTER RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 24 April 1903

Church ol' Eiigliimt KASTEB REPOKT. 1 To the congregations assembling in | St. Mark's Church, Cosino ; St. Columba. | Greenridge ; St. Alban, Wyan ; All If Saints, Tomki ; in the houses of Mr. E. | J. Robinson, Denp Crook ; Mr. R. Dnn 4 can, Sandy Creek ; ,Mr. J. Alcoclc, Mon I cogerie; Air. W. R. Stookdnle, Sandy ^ Oreek; Mr. 'Reeves, Fairy Hill ; and Mr. m It. Walters, New Park ; andjo all rnoin II bers of the Church of Eiiglantl in tho ! | parish of wasmo, — | I] Grace to you and peace from God our i ii Father and the Lord Jesus Christ ; may Enster joy aud the knowledge ot .our Lord ami tho power -of His resurrection .] be yours. ;s It fulls to my lot to review, briody, the worlc of your church during the past i your and I do it cheerfully and with in 3 creased encouragomout. In Juno last, after a pastorate or tnroe and a half years, tlio Rev. G. D. Frowin was. transferred by liis Lordship the I Bishop to Emmaville, and the Rev. L. 11. Newton during the interregnum of a fresh app...

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