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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

. STATUTORY DECLARATION. . L wnuiK Joux Soon, ol Ko. 181 corMutth-ttn:! ? , Bsdtsrn, VS&J-y- lBifc« eoleuy of K«« Boalb Wa f». fu3n^»€ae«iunlwttuM vX&m&SSfc&Si ' lii*»orm»D-eil;«D-lliu«ktlW«iiohimii-l«!tmUi)ii eoMdenSnulj' beJIeHruj thesjlM^oJbttrM, andtr Tlrta»octli«|Mon«lBWlrt«aisr-iiitfl»MJW'S«Hg . -tbs ninth »«rotai.«lgnol b«f«»ieiil.JI«|»lr, ; InUtoW ''in Art tor tU taonMtstoslabSllUin si OithsaiMj SflunatteMtaksiiM^wtatalMTsrlou. anita tabstltats fiecUnttonsin Mra Uarjrf, ud lor U» nppnatoa ol volunur; and ann-ludleUl Oaths udAMartt*.- ' - ' ' DecIwH at Bsdftro. ifals -ta dar ?» Aajiat.a» ESTABUSdED 6 YEABS. AL|Cp^A'CO. PAIHffilBpliMwS, W00DBINE^^-B0WRAL Kstinules Foruiihed for Work in toy pjrt of the district. Only Skilled Tradesmen Employe.!. ' ? Utlera Promptly Attwdad.. To. i TaltcrsaH's taster Prize list -,£m _____ M Elfesmere Stakes, tst June, ~ijWm 25,000 Subscribers at D I ^\ ' 'SJaM Newcastle Cup, 15th June. / ? Q} '^m 25,000 Subscriber...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

A GREAT Cerebral Strain. 'A GOOD FRIEND/' TlMOuaof Mr. WILLIAM JOHN 8OOTT. (Bt A STDHir BEPOETIB.) Mr. William J. Scott^ of No. 18} Core wallli^treet, Bedfera, intimtted to a re porter, who taw him at the above address, that for yeua- he had been a mertvr to in digestion and liiliousncsi. aud that: lie list! bcun a prospeetor of chemists' shopi, nt con BiJcntbla loss to himself, in tho futile tMirdi of an eoecuve remoJy for nil coiiiplmiita. ' But I was given to undonuiid that you arelisttoruow?' ' Thit i« quite troo. But I mean to My that it was nut before I liad o ]-ciiii.cut«'il a gooil deal tkil I came nor.ms t!,o ritl.t ih.i.g, aud it I lml kiionii as much in tt.-*c duvs as I do now I couM have saved toih nij i-uin auj my nurse. A] V moi k is cumliicleil in aD alinoauliero of dust' aud Binoke. mid in liiuo it commcucu.l t ? tell on luy digt Mive oipi'3. Wheu tlie ioJiseBlion lint Ciune on ii -lul not prevent ma eating f:ii;ly wt-11, but the f«oil nroiild not rciuain lon^ on 111...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Masonic Installation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Masonic It&tillatiOB. ? ? ,~\ On Monday evening last the instal lation of Bro. Robt. Matthews as W.MS, and investiture of officers of Lodgn Carnarvon, Kq.. 172, was held in the lodge room, Town Hall, Bow ral. There was a large attendance of members and visiting brethren, Includ ing the W.M.8. officers of Lodge Burwood, also Very Wor. Bro. Hunt, D.G.T W , No. 90. Wor. Bro. Hy. Matthews of Lndga Burwood officiated as Installing Misfer. The ceremony was most impressive. Tim following officer* were duly in rested :— S.W., Bro. K. Davidson ; J.W., Bro. Geo. Upton ; Chaplain, Vy Wor. Bro. Eiley ; : Treas., Bro. J. A. Riley; Sec., Bro. J. Downing Shprriff; S.D., Bro.J. Hearne ; J.D., Bro. J. Losoliy ; I G., Bro. M. Jones ; O.G., Bio. W. George. Aftor the ceremony the usual ban quet was held.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Gib Hill Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

The Gib Hill Road. The Bowral and Mittagong councils have periodically attempted to win the affeotiou of the Minister- for Works with the object of induoing tbe Gov ernment to vote a .sum of money for the purpose of cuttioe down the Gib hill road. The repented appeals how ever l»»ve had no fflect, and latterly ^heeib)e^tl^»il^.^e)ve4,;;':M«tai': wbile lihe': frimd tas been -almost ?entirly negleoted '. end allowed' pmcti cally speaking, to take care of itself It has consequently cut up 'very rough, and although not altogether dangerous, there are several treacher ous places that require immediate attention. The question was revived at a meet ing of the Mittagang council on Wed i nesday night, when a communication was read from the Bowral council clerk inquiring if the former council had reosjyed any information as to whether the Government was doing anything in the matter of cutting and deviation worksffn the Gib hill road. The Mayor (Aid. Mealing) stated that some time ago he had i...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Football. The first round .of tlin Berrimn Citnden Football Union will be com meiiced to morrow, when liowral meet Ficton on the latter's ground, and Moss Vale play Myra Vale at Wildes' Meadow ; Mittagong secures a bye The Bowral-Pictnn mafoh nliould nrni*i- tefooffl'cTuTOfefia^Ktr^gg teatnB in the field. Moss Vale, it in said, cannot muster up anything like a team at present, so it is very probable that Myra Vale will pull off the first match. Football atMitiagong has not caught on with the enthusiasm of list season, while several of the olj players have just arrived at the conclusion that ''there's nothing in it,' and have de cided to take bicycle exercise, instead. It is evident that if a little more progress is not made in getting into harness, last season's premiers will have to take a back seat. Tho local club has received a heavy knock by tbe departure, of Mr. Harold Vouug from. Most Vale. Mr. Young, who has received an appointment in a Syducy warehouse, was a consistent foll...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robertson Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Kobertsoti Dairy Company. The twenty-fifth halt-yearly report of the above company, which is to be presented to a meeting of subscribers atRobertaonjj.h.is evening, is in every way highly satishctoty, and especially so from a financi^i ipofnt of view. At the commencement of tho half year the debit balance amounted to £147 10s Sd, but this has been entirelv wiped off, and a credit balance of £8 6b is no* shown. It is a source of gratification and also for congratula tion that the company has made such material progress and wiped off the debt by which it had been previously hampered. For the first time a credit balance is now presented. During the half-year the company treated 345,380 gallons of milk, from which 147,148lbe of butter wcto manu factuif d ; suppliers wrro paid An average of 9Jd per lb. for butter fat, or equal to 3|d per gallon for milk. The balance sheet shows that £5605 4s 2d was derived from the sale of bulter, and £77 6s 8d from the sale of skiw milk to suplliere. Ot...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

- — T-HE CAMPAIGN. Notwithstanding that we are within four or five weeks of polling day for the geuernl elections neither the poli ticians nor the people are girding (heiuselves for the scrimmage The rival manifestoes are out boiuo time, Hut few are aware of the fact, or if aware, remarkably indifferent. There u uot much enthusiasm one way or the oilior, and the explanation is simple. ? For nbout n quarter of ft century the po'itical Imttlps in this country have been fought over the fiscal question. Now that issue is as dead as Julius Casar bs far as State politics are con cerned and not even tbe metropolitan press can infuse life and energy into its dry bones. And the difference be tween the programme of Air. joe and the policy of Mr. Lee is not discern ible. Mr. See repudiated the fiscal ghost and Mr. L-e fired out I lip phan tom. . Yet we have the ' Evening News ' deolaring ' The fiscal question can no more hr sunk in State politics than it can in Federal matters.' Now this makes...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

pp^jjpBFiLs Received i.r Vlsitetfijh Bov^r'd and District. plfe PIAMOFORTC, 6J^(!CaK9 SING.KC. Sf:-,Cl..CandicIates prepared fi)r Cofiesrd^nd Untversitv Examinations ?^ ' ? ' iii Tlieoretical andPractical Music. /,..'. ADDRESS: P.O. liOWHAL. : Keep a Tin : ; Healthy Children m me House I \ ; ; . Are not healthy by chance, but they are - '? ' made healthy and kept healthy by proper J ? 'and suitable nourishing food. Healthy ! ', j^^j ! . . children, are happy children, since health - ^HK|) -' ' .' begets happiness, - '. |7\ j irnott's. Milk Arrowroots : ^y vttL children's Biscuits ] . Youknow tha^Sere is nothing more '? nouriBhio^i^nan these beautiful Biscuits. ; Kejjp^tin in tijf/house^they are cheaper ', . than doctorfoills, and wur children will ; : grow up HB^TaYAndJ^PPY. ? : ' ? Don't accept substitutes, but ; See that you get ' Arnott's ' ^ MEDICAL. *_ DR. FOULDS J l,Rj|pfTLOND.) U«M' LONDON, S.W. Jpf^VTNG PURCHASED DR. 'XL FISHER'S JRACTICE, will alter S^tflTebniarjr conduct i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

' The liver U the lazartl of hilt. But very rarely executes hfd/tmeficm.' j^^^-DOK JUAW. Bilious ferorls adBcsse; its attack ia generally suddsl. _ iTHle is a eenso of Ijd ;uor and dejriuvy for *|a\p days previauB ; headache, lachjbf appollte^lu/rea tongue, out of order. A Joj«ofc ttfjifs 'Mir Afplk' aoon coracMuSeae txnblea, all nature smiles fceaif , aod once more you are your bright and happy seli.«— All atorekeep era and chemiBta atock Impet's ' Mat Apple.' Price 2a per bottle.. Wintpr ifovds bawh-ii iue vu- Ha% « (Ws. LADI*5'/aud Oratlemcn's Vncintnshn m Je/o-or.ler at IVJlor BFoa., Top of the liillflftyVtB*. £ 7' shopstto let (~i OOD SHOPS aid DWELLINGS to let JT in Bong BouLMHrk»°'n *? Frost's Buildings^ JW'frT^aveD to largest shop. Good position tof amity trade. Low rrntal. Vj J. G. MORBIS & CO., Bowral. Pn claimed a Public Holidiy. |t-nke of York's Birthday. MPNDa.T,_JUKE 3*d. lIaOOK OTTO? I . FOR THE ; E: biting FpgTBALL MATCH f»eb_e -JnSnd. Bowral. \ tr Membej^jii...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Superior Public Schorl Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

BowTftl Superior Public Schod Water Supply. At, the request of the headmaster, Mr. Bonynge, the District Inspector of Schools, Mr. Johnson, has notified his intention to hold an official inquiry at the school this (Fi iday) morning into the statements of Mr. Oxley as con tained in his recent letter to the press.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Bank Manager Cut to Pieces. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

A' Bank Managor Cut to Pieces. Mr. John C. Cnckanthorp, nmnafler of the Ryde lirnncli of Urn Bank of New South Wales, was ki(led in a ?hocking manner by a train at Moidowbank, neat Ryde, on Tuesday night. Mr. Orackan'.horp and Ins brother arrived at Aleado*b»nk in a train from Sydnny shortly aflor 10 o'clock, and on alighting, the deceased en deavored lo cross the linn in front of the through train from Newcastle to Sydney, which w ju«t then approach ing. Hii brother waited until the I mill pussrd nnil tln-n crossed, expict ing 1.0 niCKt hie relative on the other ?-Me. but tin he did not see him about lie looked along the line and was horri fied to find that he had been killed, hia'body being literally cut to pieces. About 100 yards from tbc crossing deceased's legs were found — they hav ing been completely severed, and a little further on the trunk was cUb covered in a terribly mutilated condi tion. Life was then extinct, and the remains wore conveyed to Brown's Railway Hotel. The ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

LOCAL AND GEXEBAL. Produce BonKtitanrt Current Pric«Givon -Hive u» ac.lL— Rulherford'e. Bowral. A RoTiL Obdrr. — A consignment of butter has been dispatched from the Berrima District Farm and Dairy Go's Mittagong cteauiery to the Royal yacht Ophir. Concert and Social. — The annual concert and social in connection whh St. David's Church will be held in tbe Burrawang School of Arts on Tuesday next, June 4. Admission Is 6d. Roman Catholic —Owing to Uve illness of Rev. Father Sheridan, mass on Sunday last was not hold at any of the churches in his circuit. As this somewhat alters the plan, the Rev. Mr. Sheridan desires us to mention that service on Sunday next will take place at Bowral » 30 and Mitttigong 11. Proposed Alteration of Bowbal Electorate. — Attention is called to an advertis*meut in another column announcing the proposed addition to the Bowral electorate of the Robertson and Kaogarooo Valley divisions of the Kiama electorate. Objections must be lodged 'within fourteen, days ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Royal Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

The Koval ViBit New South Wales' welcome to the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York on Monday was one worthy of the great occasion. With its wealth of bunting and its generally artistic ecoiatiOBS. Svdner was a blaze nf splendor. Fine weather prevailed for tho Royal procession, but almost im mediately afterwards r.iin began to fall The procession of Royalty through the streets was grand and triumphal. The air rang with cheers. There was an enormous crowd in Martin place, where the scene wai more picturesque than at any other point. It is estimated Hint the crowd was the greatest ever seen in the eity, being more concentrated than that on In auguration Day. Their Royal High nesses, bowing en all sides, appeared struck with the magnificence and spon tnneity of the welcome accorded them. Tn the evening the city was beauti fully illuminated. The Btreets were abl«7.4 with electric lights, added to which were many artistic ornamenta tions. The crowds both during the day and evening were...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Established 1ST5 J. U. MORKI-H A -O. Genepefty Auctioneers, I HfHisf, LamSw^Kstile Agents. Valuators. Debt* Collec/ed) Eg^ies Managed ;.;KVrsjj»J«^i'oio.ii«i Mutual 1-if hnw *--%(!».; V^'firiL' Fi-e ifianuM Co. Ulw iiisfiilaMAj^*8tonieeotlt -£|A-ight ''?° Private ..r Auction WlT An Alliuotive l.isl ..I Fiedujld r'r.ipci liei, fer Sale. C. H. MATTHEWS Painter and Piperliauger. Esliinite, funlhi'd for woik in any pirt of | tb« district. Oil eolorswisV^fail Papers . -j'*'^ ? ? AUo all kinds /l' Jlasttr, -*mif*1W4 Taajoitt Onimtals Jfii.le lo Ohj/— Sampjfejl*nt in stock. SHOP flfc-^^ -^ Next to J. Goodfellaw k Co,, (AUCTIONEERS). lloug Ro.i!g-st., Bowtal Letters proinpily attended tn. THE ABBOTT BUGGY COMPANY x'l- Y'ng shgMhfy have startn liiis.iinw.fin l-O|JrR\li in 'Loseby'i B'lilJinls' (oppneitnilr. Kuthcrford) Bong fl$'ong-street,^JpW!re Coacl Building will tie^rfflnd on in all it brnnclies. m^^ ivpnirs will *** ,11 M*'' th/strict super for the pu'ilic fo^a quartfpj;-if a ccnturj wi...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

7^fll*l'ma' Nothing' Spoils a good disposition quicker: -$£0- Nothing ti^SC.a' man's patience, Like ony-ifflUtion of the skin. Piles ?imeWflrtve yon crazy. All day iSj^Soake you miserable, All night thjjr keep you. awake. Just the issnio'witli Eczema. Saoh miMMeVare diilv decreasing. People sire- '.learning they can be cured. -' i-.-t _ Learning the nl-rit of Doan'B Oint ment. , ' Plenty of 'proof that Doan's Oint ment will core Piles, EcEetna, or any irritation of the skin. -i;^.- - Bead' the testimony of a Parramata citizen. . ?. ?'? Mrs. Smith,*: Trott street, Parra lhatts, states :'— ' Some time ago my Ron Will hod. Ecze.mi on the bick of his neck extending into the hair. I had him under the treatment of vari ous chemists, .but they could not do him any gpiiif. ; Hia bead was so bad that before Jpiiig to bed he used to put on an eld sub -ton net to proteot the liuen from getung soiled. When it broke put D^iiii chest and book it made roe thmV-he had an incurable diwMuW/'-^!^^ of ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farming Under Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 31 May 1901

Farming Under Federation. ' ' Und-»r the settled Federal tariff, farmers will have tlie markets of Aas tralasi* opened to them ' This was the gist of the information a special reporter gleaned whi'st travelling through the Singleton district. 'Yes,' said Mr. William-. Long, tanner ot warkwortn, near Singleton, 'our prospects are undoubtedly brighter, and I now intend to follow my business more actively than ever before, and I am thankful !o say I can do so ' ' Was there a bar to your activity before 1 ' asked the reporter. ' Yes, indeed, there was,' said Mr. Long. ' During five years, and until lately, I suffered from stomach and digestive troubles, pains in the back and bowels, and heavy, throbbing headaches. Farm work made my ail ments worse, which crippled my activ ity. I tried one njedicino after ano ther without effect, until I read how a roan who bad suffered just like me had been cured by Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. I sent for a supply, ?nd began taking them .Sl...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

ALWAYS IX THE LEAP? ALWAYS TO THE FRONT ! WILL. WALLACE, The Bowral I Tobacconist, Halrdressy, Stationer, News Agent, &c. HftlSOSESSING ) Ccnifort.ibl*Hirf4oniinocliou8 Saloou, fitted . SHAVING with all modern ^trapirSiuents. Skilled - K ftSRQRSSSWO ) Tl *.-l-*'-e», Civjjile^ttentioju Cloanliness ( SHAVING CJi'ii.'«! Lines in Fancy Stationerf ; otMrJ^nds also stocked. Ynriod Assortment and Lateft Noj»iftie§Jn Wedding and Birthday Presents, Fatfty^foods, Dolls, and Toys ' in endless variety. Books & School Requisites. Tobacco of all kinds. Cigarettes, Cigars, Pipes. Knlves^^d* ? other Smokers' Requisites. ? ?-_~t ? 0; ? - — - z£Fk\ ? Central Agency for- Metropolitan and Local N«*spapers. ,'???? ?- ? ? ? : ?-'?-.?.*? ? . ? . , .?' ? = — : o : — ?« ? ' OPPOSITE POST 9FF|€E, BQXG BOMJ-ST. SI THIS CHU.O WfliB BROUGHT UP ON I MILK ARROWROOT HOW TO GIVE BISCUITS, ??» . THE BISCUITS FOR VERY YOUNG *-^-^- .CIULDKEN. nib the ^ES^B^Rta. cwvfully xlth Ixiilinc *'***! kF 0* JSi L...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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At the Bar!! [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

At the Bail! The greatest JbompliqRnt ever paid to a medicine was thlt paid/to Impey's ' May Applr,' when /uring tie roo-nt TariffDe have in the N(* ZellJTrVrlitment, Mem bers H. IV tesfifiei openVin the Home to the efficacy « this great remedy. It is probably the first time thi»»Tistent medl cine n»s in inias, ? j euiogiaeo many liritiih I'ssPKItent. Sonio testimonials as to it- efficacy were read aloud in the augnst chamlier, a bou'e was subsequently prcscn led to every fcombfe of th/ House, and All Chef iiUVrf slorirttfck it. 2i per bottle, f A guaranteed Care for all Liver disorders. The Armidale district is coming into prominence bs a puseiMe site for thn Fedrral capital. At present the Canoblas and Bombala sites for the capital are' the 6rmcst faforitc-G noion;; Federal jnembers. Mr. Burton informed a dRpurntion thiit In-, would try to get a sufficient margin of duty allowed that would enable tlie sugar industry to prosper. The Prime Minister promises legis lation to reduce to...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

SYDNEY NOTES. Br ' Daisy Ciiathe ' My Dkarkst Jane,— I tot Into Most Vale iu good lime fut^ (lie train. Snch a number of people were going downfall smiles to aee eaoh oiher. *' And are you going down !' ' Yes, if they will take me.' ' Oh, they will be only too glad.' These little compliments mean nothing. Still they an comforting, and snow a yrnne ami generous apinc it costs so little to maka o'.hers happy ; so let us all be sweet to one aouthor. I am— always. I thought the train would never come. Surely il must have broken down somr. where. Visions of going to Yabsley and hiring a cycle flashed across my mind ; but these delirious thonghts fled live si flock or Moss Vale sparrows when a puff of smoke above a dark %treak in the distance told me lhat the train wns really coming into the si avion. Then we »ll ran about. The car riages nceir.eil pretty full, and I hurried up and down the platform and trod on people's toes with a brutal disregard of tbeir feel ings—just like all the res...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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WINGEOARIBEE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 4 June 1901

WINGECARBCBKfi NOTES. (PROM OCH . OUHE^rOiillEKT.) I am glwl lait til n one nf rmr lung winter uiglua is tu [-?« |ileaw..tv- P-t1i»iis ifCn'pid upropiiioui even p ofitably, but theadTcrliieineutU eviilenlly htklalcnin stating that .the Sohool of Arts aooial al Bnrrawane on June 4 is in aid of the Church of England. X learn that tha affair in question is the annual so:ial in ail of the school of Arts, and it is expected to be a great success, as there are 100 live members and they are palling together. I suppose the usefulness nf tlie institution wi'l be in crcued from this out. ? * ? The memorial (nb'.tt isulvanciiigr^wlly. Fiie pounds have been cnllirud this week in tliree placi. No dfficuliy h.io liein experipneed l-y the collators in obliiuing * * * The Chuich of England quaiterty in. elitig was held in the Church, Rang -lion, on Friday last. It was statel that Mr. 8-ery was about to start the s«w mill in a f ,w week', when the or'er for tl.e timueri,n account of the new church w...

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