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HARROW. November 20, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

H ARROW. (EnOM OUR0 OWN COomlISPOoNDENT.) Novembor 20, 1870. On Monday evening two meetings were held at the Spur Inn, one for the appoint. ment of trustees for the recreation reserve, and the other to take steps towards getting a new state school erected. At the first meet ing Mr. C. M'Lean was voted to the chair, and, after explaining to those present the object for which the meeting had been con vened, he read a letter he had received from the Secretary 'for Lands, in which he was informed that the ground had lnot been reserved for racing purposes, only for "recreation and other public purposes." This letter he had received in reply to one which had been forwarded some time ago containing the names of trustees, (appointed at a former meeting) for the racecourse. Mr. N. Ponsford proposed " that Mesrs C. R. Tolloul, J. T. Edgar, James Donaldson, T. H. Peet, C. McLean, and C. Shrive be appointed a committee of management." This was seconded by Mr. H. Spurr, and carried. The meeting,...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19. WATER SUPPLY FOR PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 26 December 1876

'akle thfia WtIT WlllUCnis Is WCOPORATED TBE " PORTLArNDO izr ss." To Pretect our Rigit-- Vote to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19. WATER SUPPLY FOR PORT- LAND. Tnaooon the 'courtesy 'of Mr. W. CArnMac, 'Shire Secretary, we 'are en abled to lay before the Borough Council and those of our townspeople who take an interest'In such municipal matters, a report on water supply submitted to the Portlandshire Council in 1859, and prepared hurriedly by the late IMr. Jomn BAnRow, who at that time acted as engineer to the Portland Road Board. "Since Mr. Blanow's report some fresh facts as regards water supply have been elicited: from surveys made, still there is -eufficient in the memoranda to make it of interest to the town and distriot. The interest attaching to the Walook or Double Corner Swamp is increased suite the Government, after sn ; ., ..?ve determined to make 'it the reservoir from which the railway 'engines at the Po?claril terminus of the Portland and Hamilton l...

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

NEW CALEDONIA. The Saturday REieeew writes re Spectilg Now Cledoon i-" It is certainly to he g 'aettel uthat 'our Imperial anly in th) Crimean Wary of 1854 was, llowed at that time, by taking Frrenh Ielty '.t t nwese himself of 'ew Calelbiii?s ThiWs:.ac . was coolly perpetrated in spite of the protest of Sir George Grey, at Ii time when Tthe-slsi Laotuaa ...stoodeal aBritiis territory naned in the commission of R colonial governnr. By our condone almost t0t oal7 performa -A?la .l-thl,?ia thor audious exploitr ,i .hli' i latl 'i ? y `erola e fll a. ' m ~let on i'tta F"r nch J1 mpji' a # to trhiio Fiiriad h mh 'rlCeinheni i ists of:187?ýr' Our Aeustalian coloniits 'uld" 1isatifully ,Imngitil that they cohld have 'put that 1, 'ag9;jsg Jj d, one of Cook's 'hiappibat l:acgveaaeto more profilable. q" -iu and j1PAfMssionary' Soolotes' deplore liel e*ltnetion of tlhir teachling in'tlie -.jitdenta Loyalty F:alsnds'iuBet'' we ,,.saLabi~j concira in tlihe n?paih'enalois soiretames. expiyessede...

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THE MONGOOSE AND THE VIPER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

THE MONGOOSE AND THE, VIPER. A Chinsurah coirespondrnt (E. I. of Land and I'ater writes :-Yester day I saw a most intrerestingr experiment, if I may call;it so-a fair figiht -between a mongoose add a very poisonous viper. The mongiroso. I dnresay you know, is a small animal aborut the rsiee of a: very large' rat, or half again as big. It is soinething between a rat and a weasel, hairy, and 'withl, a bushy. tail. It is known to kill snakes, and even the cobra, I believe, whichl is the most deadly of all.: A large russet (?) viper about 2- feet long, said to baas deadly as the c.bra, was caught a few days ago, and kept by a? friend here. for a day or so in a large holftor curiosity's sake, aln as luck w.tldd 'have it a mongoose was brought in a day or snafterwards. It was under sized, nod out 'of condition, saod we thought the hissing beast of a viper must be too imuch forit. We took them both into all empty ro(mn, when tile snake evi dently dreaded tile mongesao at first sight, as he...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (roost OUR OWN CORnaISPONDlTe.) SVICTORIA. MELBOURNE. December 39. Half holiday generally observed. The mail lolt with 30,378os. of gold and 11,704 silver, and 0,917 sovereign. Roberts, the billiardiat, joins the Amoie at Glooenelg. Pior.c..-Nioe hundred employds in the locoomotive breanch railways: train llef thoen at various points on the Echuog ihe. SUncertain whether nnloo?lnst the doo?i of rail?ray cartinges will be lntrodaned'te Now Years' Day, as promised by Mr. Jonls. The Orange Asolations are are arranging to influeucoe the forthicoming election. CiticxnT ATHon. About 15,000 attended; the day A1p; strong, wind with dust;. Victoria miad* Cooper ... ... ... i, Alexander ... .... ... 1? :' Gibson . 91 Kelly . 10, - Horan : .. ... ... ? i Looghnen ' ... Kel inge . .. .... Newiug .. ... o i, " Midwinter .. ..... ,.. u Koodsll .. ... 11 Coastick, not out .. ... . Sundries ... .. 1 Total .... . ... 390 ; Emmentt and Charlwood 'went in for Engla?l l, bhut the estu...

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POETRY. A LOST HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

P OET *O hS e?ll ? er morn -Whe Ob, fresh on tlo newmown hiy, nd'he 'dwidal e of the fair youOg day he l t i'cltle PUi c thill. e g' t all le acro the lopes, Butterflies it i. bUOY ahd brown, BeeLs went evoIffht iycaao.· ten the tho 0 Iiil j I ind a dulle content eleoe it doo e? ei ark s; - But th'e goldent h i' of our lives wentby r wont* bck to an eager life; eDut in oits ot edodjn hour retar, oTh to toe ti- old1 '100 ln Tbe glaaced spirit frets oad yearns , om Jl cru;.e sw-pt a • . i Fohecr ceP o nd the heart grows e' years creerp on, tired - io l.lledi n?tvenof hoP, from ethe world's strong th f tered lpd ll mut or. r . in For thst phredraught we r peieo, Xa "et p riiatice w.rhe our lop ng d ,,anes rn late ore ' - ' e shall meet aga on 0 e gen lid tid fuli, lit tile solemn eecntide, 'the hour we lost at mor. - -Good IVorl? , ,

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CASTERTON, THIS DAY, RAILWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

C(ASTEIUTON, Tais DAT. 1RAILWAY MEETING. M[eotitng Inst night appotintol deputation to not in conjunctiotn with Portland. the Into of visit nlot fixed, but will be about the ond of January.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

ADDITIONAL INFORIMATION FOR THLE PUBLIC. The mail for Dartmoor and Drik Drik leaves Heywood at I a.m. on Wednesday and Saturday,and arrives in Heywood on Tucsday and Friday ia time to catch the Portland mail. Letters should be 'poeted for those places in Portland, on Tuesdays at 7.30 p.m., and Friday at 6.30 p.m. A mail is now carried between Lower Cape Bridgewater and Mousle (Mount llchlnund) by the resldeuts, probably on the days oef arrival nod departure of tile P'ortlad mallls. The Belfast line of wails leaves Portland at I a.m. on Tuesday and Baturday, instead of 8 a.m. as befose, arriving at Blelfast at 3 p.m. 'Tie return riail lecave Belfast at 7, a.m., arriving at Iortland at 3 p.m. N.lJ.--The nlglit delivery of Melbourne and 'lantlton nalsl will take place at the pouet-lice window daily at 7.30 p.m., except Monday, no mallarriving that day at 6 p.m. Printed and published by the proprIloter WILLIAM Coorlt i and C. II. F. BADAIAt*. I at thke Glanrdias Ofleei iendtloonk 5e Per...

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HARROW ATHLETIC SPORTS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Wednesday, Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

IIHARROW ATILETIC SPORTS. BY ELEarnlo TELEORAPH. Wednesday, Dec. iT. rooT nacn-200 yards. W. li.rlriilu ... ... ... 1 C. 3Inklburn ... ... ... A ". VAULTING. W. 31'Ityro ... .... ... 1 S. Liqc'ter ..... ... I.ANU1cAP UrI.M nACE-300 yd- . W. lotrtm ..... ... 1 J. AM'l'orson ann S. Lanolater were " ea lunl for niioitd place. : IUNNINO 1l10H JUMP. V. MIityr ..... ... 1 Il. UlInd and WV. Creaglh were equal fur bucoUd plnoe. 8IASEI9E nAcE--l50 yds. Mnoo i andl POet ... 1 Souwdeu ald Muoro . . n iOP I TEP AND JUMP. Ai. olan .. ... ... 1 Joeu. Dol.Ieola,... . ... " .. . PAC~ I nCE. Giorgo Sowdun~ . ... ... 1I II. Sowlo.n .... ... . ... . iTANIjNO LONG JUMP W. ]3ortrml ...t ... 1. 1 J. G, li ... ... ... ... I BoYSe uAC. . ?rtl io .. ...... iI.iNOLiiiAP FLAT SAc-t10 yde, - ITANDINO llOUl LIAP, linrtunu ... .... ... ... 1 Slliw ... ... . , CONBOLATION IIANCICAP. 1)oiiililltll ...i... . . 'L '1 : llilrkbllun ... .... ... . IThlro wi a goI d nltlcudnce. Thio icrelllauiu for the HandlOap e CInin...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

tools 111" I.I) II I y Ianit nt like ioa. of' St. SlI.plllt* Y SIIdny ISolwo, nliun a pro St;S11IIon a i -)N et toY rtrn. Alin 1It," on ii n ti' of i In.er "ioi I oiolorN of (list mobnnl of n very blandnmsoa elontro~plated blooillt bnrroI,uIt Ibhy I,,oorlbed,a m i rluS. woo prruutlit iii a u*oguhtolon of tilia vry volalublo service. reudOrod to Ie sclhool by. M r, 1Alluutt for noarly olgbt your., .,: ·;'B1'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

SBEAUVAIS .and Co., FORWARDING & COMMIfSION AGENTS Oawler Street. Portland.; Goods received and forwarded to every part of Victoria., Freights and other charges paid. Extensive stone and iron roof building for storane of 'goods. Charges reasonable. Carriers constanly on the road to and from Portland. For Private Sale. .TWO half-oero allotments adjoining.one J another in the township of Heywood, on one of which is erected a good two-roomed house. The land, which is of first-rate quality, is fenced anld cleared, and has been under crop. The lots - will be sold together or separately.' Title -perfect. Terms moderate. Apply at the GUAlDIAN OFFICE. Portland Permanent `"Building and Investment Society. (Incorporated itnder the Auilditn. Societies Act, 1874.) API'LICATIONS for ;BShares will beo receivea at the Society's offices, Percy-street, on and after Monday next from 12 o'clock to 1 p.m. daly, copls of the rules may be obtained at the Guardian ofillce, and from E. -DACOMD, Sec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

SPEOIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. S.ENTON W. HILL, Surveyor and Architect, AL-O SURVEYOR uuder the TRANSFER OF LAND STATUTE. Offics at E. Cummings' Timber Yards 1'eroy.jtreet, Portland. To WOOLGROWERS and FARMERS. THJE undereigned is a buyer of Wool Tallow, S and Sheepskins, Or will make cash advances on same, whether for sale In Melbourne or shipment st, Londc. - thipp4tg expenses on all Produce at curreuntjtes. . P. W. SIIEVILL, Bnccssor to Thomas Must.' Fortland, 6th November, 1870. , 'WATTLE BARK. 'II BE undersigned will give highest market I rates for any quantity of wattle bark during the summer season. DAVID KAY. ?ortland, Dec., i2th 1876. To T'eC, FROM ONE to THIIRIEE YIARS, (for. nilted or unfurnished), " WIND)SOht," I',e residence of Capt. JAmCOs FAIrTllors with forty.two (49) acres of land securely fenced. ALSO FOR SALE, Thirteen (18) sores of Iand, nldjolnln the Iroperty of T'l'honla Must, Esq., In smalll - Jsla according to plan. For pertloulars apply to d BICIIMOND IIHNTY, Aucti...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

'MISCELLANEOUS. A memorial has been prepared ip Western Austramla for pieesntaltlln tlo Hc?. Mljcety, prayifnlt fr the removel of the dlsabillities now imoped on'" explrpree' byCertain local ordinanes'which deplrioe' thnem orf variou riRhis;'civil fiad politlle, ehjoyed by the rest of the population. The promoters of the movement are the Rontl Catholic Blallhop of Perth. and. other. gentleman representing other dennminatitona, who point out that the object is to remonve a stnnditlg hintdrance to ncial lanrmony, and promote thonfsu leinls of mutual .repect nod forbearance whicht honuld h eharacterte every Christlant commit nity. They contend that it is oorary to tilhe spirit of. the British Constitution thIt Eng. itahmen bluld, in any part of tile Brtiash dominions, be deprived of rlgiltr which they enjoy in te mirther country, unlest there ia good rensn to apprehend that the possession. of suchH lghits would endanger the peace of the realtm. The persons for whose emanci. pation tile...

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PORTLAND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1876. ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

PORTLAND POLICE COuRT. T'IlunDAY, D)Icr:.nc1Er t 28, 1876. ANNUAyL LC1Ns NGa1IierTao. (Before II. B. Lnam, E]q., P.M., James Trangmnr, Esq., J.P1, and II. E. Brower, Ir-q , J.1'.) The following licenCse were granted with. out opposition. PoILICANR..' James Lowe, Mn?a lintel., George ervan, London Hotel. S. Mco(ncllltly, ttrhli Iln. Janmes Chandler, tRailway lHotel. Silts Drew, Bullders' Armis:'. Blej. Idrlhcl, Conllorcilll Ion. William Cheard, Brlijenia li,..' Elizabteth ?l.lwards, Wlheat Sheaf Inn. Snamuel lirownnhw, Tyrelldrro. Charles Allen, , Victoria Hotel. Onncens' Sophia Smith. Thlmnts Ieiller, Charles P. Crouch, W. P. Anderson, P. W. Shovill, " FU1IaAY, DI)CPIInILa 29. (Ilefore P. IV. Shevill, Esq., J.P.) Annla It,ynol,5 chairgedl, by the police with. being dirunk ad disorderly. Was diomlsede wit, a a t "uion.

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ANCIENT AND MODERN WARFARE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

S -OD ---- nO fRIti- VARliFARE - At the battle or 'alavera (1800) the loss In Idl ed and wounded was one-eighth of Tbose enlgaRtdi,At Austeatlita' (180o51 it -a lne.aesetrnth. At alatlnquet (1709), at PVrets. (18O0). and at Jesa (1806) it waa one 'iths. At Frlrlsand (1807), and itn Waterloo (1815), otr-fifth. At Mareno (1800) it amounttd to one*fourth. At Salamanra (1812), out of 00,000 com-. batants, 30.000 were killed and wnoundledl. At :-Borediuo (1812), nut- of; 250.000, 80,000 fellt on the two 'ides.- At Lelpeloi (1813), the French susteined a In-s of one third of their total affective. At Preusylch Eylau (1807) 55,000 were killed 'hnd wounded out of a combined total of 160.000 combatants, givine a Irae of more than one-tlhird ; while at Zorttddf (1758), the most murderous battle'ahich" history records in modern times, out of 82,000 Russian and Pruseian troops engaged, 32,800 were stretched upon tle field at the close of the day. Let us now come to more reetnt times. The first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

SN3EW YEAR GIFTS, o A NICE ASSORTMENT, ONE SHILLING EAOH. S G UAlRDIAN OFFICE. ·j XT L. IBLAACK, having rented (li the phlotographlo plant a lately purclhaseds by Mtr. G. J. S Niclmhlls, les ldetermined to give S every oleo a ellanco to get their 'y phlllo taken. T'ill furthelr notice, S tlo pricrle of a siiglo carte do visite (adults) will io one lillling, chil s dren ulller five years of fgo tile i u sotal price. Coloring cartes de visito Is. GJ. eUcII, VOiews of build ings, &c., taken on reosoiable Is terms, ;t ONBIEAaICEflS wanted at coNDirII Sto breakl 21in. metal for the Condal RetseroeIr, 3i. per ynld. S Apply on the works. a OVEII3ND & 11O.3d1, CoOtllraetors. ' SPortland Grammar School. it . - r L i.tl-.S. TAthion, Trinity College, Dublins. ' - rransogemonts for th.e yeasr 11.. STh'l'efirst term will commence on. Tuesday It lith Feblruary. s The second term woill cmmlence on Tuesday - Iset May. The third term will reulsoence eli Tuesday S 31st July. STheltfou...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—CALL TO A MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

SPRV ESDYTE zIA, N .C1IUlCII- CALL TO A MINISTER. S1ast night the 28th lst., thie oev. J. K. ,MacMillan of tihe lIanmliton Presbytery moderated in a unanimous call to the Rev. J. iagley, of llichmond, fromn tie Tyres street Church, Portland I.l eacorlnecu with the rule of the church, the Moderator preached an impressive sernlon froal the text t" And tile aegel sald nnto !Itnt fear nIot for, behold, I tiring ye gooll Idi,,s of great joy, which shall be to all peoptle. Far unto yel is torn tills day tll tihe city of David a Savlotr, which ia Clrist the L?nl " At the elose of the seroCIi the Clodetattlr intihatLtd ttatiat a meeting of the Pirebytelry held Itn HIantilton on tie 20th, the Iarv. 3. Thomson, Brenxbolote, stated whit had been d ne at tile last congregatonal Itemoot. Ing hield In the Portland rhirelh, nd at the same meeting of Presbyteryr, Mr. James Hawkins, elder, appeared as eomnittielomtir to prosecute tile call. ic, the oitetker, hadl iren appointed to. moderate in thie ...

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HEYWOOD POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 28TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

HIEYWOOD POLICE COURT. Ticnema, SBTr, DECEsmte, Befiore . B. Lane, Fiq. PF., II. E. nrewer, lq., Jaeamrs Tr?rlglr, I siaq., ,T.P., J. ., . sq. ., and, WJ. Ler rirth, -- .erbLrt. wah ichlarged with bohing druinl- ; ichargC admitted ; dlefredalt wlea discharged, le 11crLl l eel ilock illp ,`r lr r?cl wlla ll . h.... pyment 1 o , Itorderly i evning oaf the 9t lI)rt llceltar Stirr. leynll for dlefn:nlrts. Cuust:blea Casrrulmis d riuL tei proein that th. droandlnt, t rodant saIering Iraa thie effects oif rIlk al wre very adnirdrrly, caallenging cctit other to fIght, and using obsucene llu11tildeo. D)efnalts rrendeavoured to prove that they Were eet druuk without effect, rud wOre enca filled 5s, Andrew Btewtrt, th aolder oft a pIrllruo'sa Ictse int IIeyrooln was eIllrge. with allowing dlsorlerly Ipersorne to Ira on Ills preirrsees on the Ieight if tihe .rth tust. Uoutanlll Irvilne slrted tIit Ire passedri defenlrut's ot I ause itOy times Ion Ira evcil lRg, anl timid hald langu:age used al...

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HEYWOOD LICENSING COURT. HEYWOOD, DECEMBER 28, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

HEYWOOD LICENSING COURT. IIETrwooD, DICROIIEI2 98, 1876. Before 1,B .'i ne, P.M., J. N. M'Lod, l:sq., J. Ruetl \V. erleirmonth, ]?*q., .. 1'. Renewal of Licenses were granted to P. Desnmoitirflleywood; A. Sterwaft, Hllywood; II. Cross, Nine Mile Forest; Julinl Itlarcly, Greenvale V William Walsh "and I)onalld M'Pllerson, Dartmoor. Telmporary lentlses were granted to P. Desmond for the ReCe Course at lloywond on New Yeors' lDay, nod to D. Mt'Pherlon for Rlace Cclrse at Dartmloor. PLerl(siolon was granteil for Ilall to be held at P. )cenmontd's IIuhel, at Ileywond, anll I). M'Pherson's lHotul at D.irtloor on Itace ntg hIs. George Greenhamn, of I)Dartoor, npplled for P'ublicn's Lieense at Dartnioor. This appllcation wts opposed by Ilartholomew Lyons, Don ld Mt'Pheis nm an other rate. payers represontedl ti Mr. IhottIr, on the grtound tlhat anolther publie h?olue wacs ant required it the Illghbouirhood. ConstaLle Irvline obje.led to the granting of the iense on hA.ialf of the pullee, on...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 29 December 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. Der. 27-African Maid, brig, wind bound. December 24-J? ercy; teauer,550 tons "Capt. J. N. Neilaso troul Melhource,t cia Waerrnmshol and Be fast. Sahdon-Mr tod i'r. Wrloter, nurse anid children, Mr and Mrs Y..r I lllr, Mr and Mrs GoodrIch, Mr and Mrs AFIp,,.tn, Mr and Mrs Johnson, Mrs Gray, bl. aLyArcv, and 2 childhren, Mirs H. lOeson, alid 4 children, Mrs Welshman and 2 children, Mri Rilgere, Misses Evans, lHarriman, iRoss, .err, Shaw (2,) ltichesoi. VaughAn, Gordon, Ly, ia Carter, IRodick. Bonwickl, it. Jones, D.sis, Robb, J. Smoit, Transtone, Whlite, Wigmore, Pinlay, llaynes(2) Ware, Normian, Daskim, Moiclluralth, Chadwick, Collings, Young (2,) Mack, Robb, Howes, Minogue, Mears Mayers, hi. Murray, W. J. Crowthlere, Bruce Itylond, Ford, Kecnsns,,. R . Rbdger,`' J. Stokers, Roollck, Cdly, N. Culddy, Watcr etonln, Jno. McGregor, W. B. Srllars, Crabbe, McGuigni MI;t.-Evans, E. J. 3rain, Fuox. Maucifle. D. Glersos, Thrrslier, D. Young, Kermis, .Robl,, Rldlo,...

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