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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

MASS, WIJJL BE CELEBRATED AT- > i GOULBURN DISTRIOT. ' I \ I SOKDAY. . V =?-.: \ / : August 14,-rTarftlga-Muuimell-Lsgfian - August 21,-Grnbben- Gulloo-Collector-Marulan August 28,-Ttt olgr -Boro-BUD1 oni# September 4.-Grubbon Gullen-fcipriug ley liroadalbano. , OUOOKWELL DISTRICT, K Bindn (Mrs,' Pennington's), RIonduy, August 15tb, . i !?; "Holy-day of Obligation, 7" " " ' . ' ' YASS MISSION, 'jjGupriing], Sunday, August 14; ',Gundaroo,'Monday, August 1G (Holiday of Oblige "L'' tiou) * 1 ! y Bfnalong, Sunday, August 21; 1 Gunnfug,' Sunday, August 28. ' ...i - CONFIRMATION;^ Wflgga Wagga August 28 Hay - September 4 ' u:l /Dooiliquia ,jV. ..'..September 11 U !'?'I'Albury..f. ,V.;,Y..8*pto.nber 18 i11; A.delong-',.'i. September 25 Tumut ......... ..October 2 . , Tomora,. OotoberlO '1 '' Greofill ''.V.Y.. .... i. ....,. ,;Ootnber 14 Goolagoh<j ..October JG 5f; .> v J3urrowa'i.. i.,,,,,,,,, ..October 23 Frogmoro Ootober 25 !, ?! r .'iYhbs ^ - October 80 ' t Presbytery T...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

LEOPOLD WEISSBEKGER. By ROYAL , AUTHORITY MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, . And ilio'orlghial Tobacconist in Goulburn IB'Tll ANKKULi to lbs'Public for iho lost five year's Piitronn'pe. '? i , L.\V. is: continually Iceopini; tbo Best Imported Qualities of. American Pressed Tobaccoes from 4s. ' ptr lb. Out Tobacoj/Leaf and Negrobend, from 3j Cd. per Ik ' nOo.me Pressed Tnbaccoos, froni 2s. Gd. per ID. , American Stalk Snuffs, plain nnd scouted, Cd, per ounce.' Imparted and llomo-thade (from imported leaf) ' '?Cigars,' frotn'lOa. Cd. per 100. . Real Meerchsum Pipes, plain and carved, [from . . 4s. to 45s. each." ... .1 ... ; Imitation Meercbauin,' plain and carved, at low 1 price's, . Wigzel' Sour Ohorry,'Briar, Myall, nnd Ross root Pipes, amber nnd born,bits, plain aud caYved, irom Cd. to Gs. each. . A variety of Plain nnd Fancy French Clay Pipes, . Id. tO'Gd. each. And an Assortment of'Smokers' Requisites /? too ntiraeroua to! mention; Both give a call, and a trial solicited. -Wholesale and ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

Day of ?Week.. 5 23 5 23 5 21' ?'-Wodneaday;; -10 ? 6' 40 >6 25 * Thursday.... -H- 6,45,. -..5 26 . Friday..32 C 44 5 26 Saturday", v:'.. c ;? 1/ .6 43 ? 5.27 A' YJif i"( MOON'S; PHASE, *, V .... . . Full Moon,'August 10th, 7.12 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Monday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

0*13 -... i j i r h I ? . ? , h i aaaKiaTjs .! * ? SyDNEY, Monday. FARM PRODUCE. u Atf theCDarling Harbour railway station * there' was only a small \supply of'forage and , produce forward from the various country, ill. ^ stations " along1-; tbb":;S6uthern 'and -Western^ lines. The;: mdrket> rates for good hay were much' improved-to-day. Oaten hay, in; bale, , .ii;i 4s)8d> tOi 6»ild ;; in'truss, none forwarfi; in bundles, fsi4'dVto Gs ,ld perfcwt; lucerne hay, in truss, 3si. per pjvt; straw, in bale, 2s ..:ni,3d to, 2s 4d per cwt; good clean lots,® and in bundles, -2s 4d to 2s 7d ; oaten cha'ff,<un iidj .'"'bale,)l36l10d."to:4s 6d ; tiiixed: ditto; in [bale, /3s!'to,Ji4s' per cwt; cut straw, .in bale, !2s 2d ^'^itper-lcv^t;^ ^heateh,, Uay,^ in sheaves, 2s.5d j. ....Skii ywheaton <and> paten hay; in bundles, 4s 9d; m?j ni .potatb'bsi<'2s,,'3d;-'t6r,4sI;'4d.i'per'>owt; swede per cwt, .bags inclusive. <a*s.a mosOu v the r wharves?...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUNDAY PICNICS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

SUNDAY PIQNIOS. THBRE appears to lmvo been some diBagreo ableuess caused by the remarks made i by' .'our'. Yass correspondent in' a paragraph Uodertbo above heading which vras i pub lished iu Tuesday WEEK'S issue of the 13. 1).; Argus. He slated that oa the previous Sunday the firnt- of « series of Sunday pic nics was held at J3owning, and that nearly the whole) of the leading residents of the > town with some visitors joined iii tiio outing. Xast.Suuday the Rev. 1J. J. O'iieeffe made sarao very severe comments from tfio pulpit onthese , " Sunday : picnics," ,nnd bis stric tures have called forth the following letter, which, injustice to the rev., gentleman, we feel obliged' to'publish, us it, whilst explain ing that no such thing, as a series of Sun-1 daypicnicB" was' contemplated, cleats ;the Rpv. JFather O'Keell'o from all blame in tho bourse pursued by him. ! ' To ihe Editorof tho YaBB Tribune. . Sir,-Upoa the recent vi3it'of the Bu:rwood Football Olub to this uity.it was det...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GULLEN. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

' *' OTLLEN.' 'J - ,1 "I I* ?> (FttOM)OUtt.OOURBSPONDEHT), if' ' n 1 ? , 1 i IH V. A. TyAiiLABY drive itook- place on~,GulIen Range ori>30th July.1 , The meet Uoolci plaoe' at;Mr^^v>'Eenned^'s place ; .the :,moi|uing :was'extremely jfr^oaty,j;and?'irr consequence the 6porlsmeniWere rather latQ(itijputtiug in an appearanoeVh'/Byitlisaime 'th'ny'^hnd vtho Irost meliod.lout of.their.feet and-handB,1 and "the u'sual^preliminarios^rirranged'Jt' was 11' ? o'blooki^ ;Twenlyj-foiirehootera,i_amj)nKjithp^ number bui'tig'three \yith breeohloaders^being^ 'plkoi9diot64inerby<f'.Mr.:,-Kennedy{.v business? commonpqdJ by,! the drivwrp i raising J jtlie, ? usual; cry:,veliiotijfrightous'the"7.-,whJlaby. from, his': lair; Two', double /drives ' wore jmade? before lunoh,'and 77~of_the hoppers Were -reokoned'among the; dead.. :,After.lunoh' had, ? bean:parfcaken.\of ya.froah; Btnrt^wo8 rm'ade, < i'and^being\eageriforjfre8hi«round.ii/we^h#d?,»gt < goV' o ri ,';...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Faculty Upon Football. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

. .I,"! The Paculty>?i.Up6n Football.? - ?? aeoidonfa'r atfootball} duriijg the last, iort night - be'any . appronoh i^to , j the < averagej future'reporters'-1 of,:-tliat'pastime will' have( to" append 'a list of' killed', and woundecl to th'ejr^despriptioiasjiandsparents williVio^thoJ (3o'pfirliTre'i'oif&theiri*8poBr(.;fpr;-|llie-;p][ByrfieJd>1 with 1 feelings nkin ? .tosthoso exoitedlby., the bortlor forays/on/tlieibonks :.of ' the Tjveed 'ni diet in the colonial honseholis from earliest j iufanoy,ito the exclusion of, the ptiospliatio i farinaoeoa etioh as oatmeal, and our dtiuking wolevs- a're'r'Bo' deficient in lime, that a serious ^disproportion is obst-rvable in tlib colonial physiqua of muscle over bone, with the inevitable tendenoy of the latter to Bu«p under sudden or severe strain. Hence a game of which the chief feut are, as - i u the ilugby, is burly resistance; is not suited to ub but one in which speed, agility and (IhsIj [ rather than dogged...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Wallaby Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

' ' rWallaby; ! Drive. On last Saturday ..a wallaby, drive, took : pines at Mr: JumnB-Hill's, of Forest Lodge; Sportsmen from all;the surrounding distriots assembled to the number (if 19 shooters.and about 23 drivers. v-'Ihe firing division:;,was under tlie supervision of Mr. B. Tendon', and the" drivers were captained. most suc cessfully by Mr. James Hill, and most creditably did,. those gentlemen, filh their .poslstof' honour; (Shortly, after ,10 o'clock1 a :slait was m'ndo for. the scene-, of action; and' ^iheshootersj (afterdrawing lots for plaoes) ' took1 tbGirpositionJ; but ,t|ie, game t ,was . so scarce, that :up,',,to l^o'plodk only' some 32 iwore recordod i on !'the -,'list. By thisvtime all retired':to where there was! an, excellent lunoheon;providod'by; Mrs. Hill, and ;after, juslioo^had boon douo to the, good.'things .provideil^liyithat- lady a, start was made for' fresli < ground >.where..the, wallabies ' Were more numerous, (and some good shooting was the...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

< YASS ,NETys; " i (FBOM OUB COIIKESPONDENT.)'' i POLICE Ootjrt.-On. Monday, 8th instant, two porhons were oharged with drunkenness and disorderly conduot; one was fined '10/,' and the other, ordered; to remain -in! the gaol until the train started jfor, Murrumbur rah. ? ? .;.! iv.ili;y ;. . The BUSH FIRE.-The i bush fire alluded; to in my last ooou'rred in'Mr. Hall's paddook; at.Oomti, near thq O'Brien' bridge, 'at'Yass, < and not at Mr; MoBean's.r Thej'qiiBnjity of grass'destroyed was about Bix nores.V; i;.' 'j : THE YASS HOSPITAL.-Tlio Yass Dra m a t ic Olub will give; . an .enttirtaiDment in i the Mechanios' Institute ;on next Tuesdayieven ing in aid of the funds of the Yass ho&pitnl. At each of tho, rehearsals the. members|who' are going to take,part in the entertainment go through ,their respective parts : in a most roreditable manner, and as it is, to be under the | patronage of the estsemed ii president j and.; oommittee of the' institute, ,:and...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, j Before Messrs. H. H. Voss, T. Marsdep, H.' Hosburgh, and Oaptain Rossi, i Thomas Oook opp.ied for a license (for,a' house at Manonfinld. ' , Mr. Betts appeared to' support (lis appli cation. . , ^ ? ' . ! Police objeotions were made, the police stating that there was not traffic,sufficient to warrant a publio-houso being opened in the neigbourhood, and there was no necessity for such at present. , j ..-m In order to show that there was a, con-, siderable amount ot traffic in the neighbour hood, 11 r. Belts called William Jobsonj who deposed that he know the building in ques tion ; there was a good dual of traffic on thet road by it-a considerable amount jfrom from the. slate quarries, and also from and to Goulburn ; there is a Biding at that place and a telegraph offioe, and the trainal stop there witness had been asked, some years ago to put up a public-house,' as,thera wus a good deal of need for it; jurymen and others ooming- to Goulb...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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An Effective Eire-Raiser. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

; An Effective ^Eire-Raiser. A water bottlo per se > ia almost, the last thing, in'the world wliioh wouldibo< expected to give rise to any mischief; 'but fill tbo bottlo with filtered water, place it in the rays of the sun and in such : A position; that it will act as a burning-glass upon any inflammable muteria], and one of the most effective of fire-raisers is produced. This fact was re cently brought under the nutice of Mrs. diaries Bown,<wifo of superintendent of the associated metropolitan'fire brigades, at liis 'residence at "Petersliom. While Mrs, Bo^n was: engaged in an upper bedroom, she noticed that some material bad beoomo ignited. Upon looking lor the objeot she found that a linen mat was in Humes. There was nothing to account for the origin of the fire but a water bottle (containing aquapura), .which was resting upon a toilet table i near the window/ The .bottle , had concentrated the rays of the sun upon the mat, which soon became ignited. Afte...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Late Mrs. Spice. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

:The Late/Mrs. Spice. ! / An. enquiry into;the,, death oftMarv Ann: rSpicowns held at Mrs. Sty'ne's Steam Engine -Hotel,;Orangsv 011 Monday, before^thejDis-' trict Coroner, and a jury, of: twel ve. j <Ed-:. win Spice .deposed : , I am living1 in Orange,*< and'havo been out of employ for two months; ijr ha've'boen in Orange 'since' MayV'imd came' from Goulbm-n with my wife and her brother, and my family! consisting of three(ohildren,' ? aged respectively 10 years, 5 year's, and,,two months the? body t that has,jieen,[shbwn to; the jury is that of(.my wife ; on a Saturday last, X left "homo between 11 and. 12. o'clock, on ?.business ;>;my(£wifo.; ,(mdf:three,,children were tlion at home j) 1 rented, the house lived in1 fro'nv BiIr.:,li'awler;::when. I left home, my '.wife seemed,; odd lint lier.? -jmatraer; ! she asked rmo to give hersa' kiss^'-lrsaidTilj iwas no'iusevdsvili .was .comin'g;] back;; .she said I would never kiss her regain, and.. told|: nio, wlie...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Death of Mr. E.C.Weekes. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

Death of Mr. E.' 0. ,,Weekes. Mr."Ellas Carpenter Weeltos, who for merly'hold !a position in tho, New South Wales Q-overnmenfy died at his residenoe in Oollog'e-sireot, on Thursday last, at llao age of 74 years. ,'Mr., WeeUea was'ono of our oldest:and most prominontioitizeDB, and was .universally respected,and revered by all who knew him. During tho past: few years ho had'not taken any active part, in public mattora, owing to advanced ago and luiling health. In 1848 lie had the honour of pro posing Mr. Hubert1. Lowe, as> member for Sydney,, and subsequently- Mr. Weekes :was nominutijd to the Legislative Council, and succeeded Mr. K. Campbell as Treasurer in tlio Cowper Ministry of 1857. He was after wnrds Treasurer, in the Robertson Ministry of I860; and also during the Cowper Ministry whiob.,fallowed. Mr. .Week'es retained his sf>at in the LHgislativOiGouncil up to the 24th November: of last yoar, wlien he retired from active life; after a oareer/ofmsofulnosa which had"last0d...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

MESSES. GARTER & SON r (FROM LONDON), SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTS, - .'J- ' OF . , . 32'COLLEGESTREET, SOMERSET HOUSE, HYDE PARK, ? ? & ? AunouN-BTBBisr, . SYDNEY, GOULBURN, BEG to announce that, in consequence ,of the ' BUCCC8S attending their monthly visits to Goul burn during tha last three years, they have decided To Establish (after August 8th) a ,Permanent Dental Surgery, ,rs . * AT,, l'HE ABOVE ADDRESS, ,, Where MB, GEORGE E. GARTER may bo CON 'SULTED DAILY; between tho hours of 10< and ff, except during the first week of eaoh month, when ho will visit Yass, Young, Wagga Wagga, &c, ARTIFICIAL: TEETH, MESSRS. OARTEU & SON having special facili ties for the construction of tbo above, on tbe latest English principluB, can guarantee perfect fit, innsti cation, and natural appearance, at a MODERATE COST. . All other Dentnl operations skilfully porformed. CONSULTATIONS FREE, SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. CHIEF DEPOT: NOV I DARLING STORES,...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Encounter with a Kangaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

. Encounter with a Kangaroo. The >Tamworth Independent relates the followingOn Sunday last, a young man named Smith, .whilst ibunting after some stray bullocks, in the Moore (Jreok ranges, some ten miles from town, suddenly came on to an old mnn kangaroo, at the bead of a deep gully.. The sudden.appoaranoe of Smith aud bis two dogs caused tlie" old man" to make sevoral attempts to climb the steep banks, but without sucoess. As a last resource lie faced both (nan siud dogs. Miv Smith en deavoured to;frightenhim baok, and in doing so caused the dcigB to. mBke an attack, but not beforfi the old :man had made up his mind for a good ''go in." He soon had the dogs "boated," and then tried>the master,, who, in attempting to assist the dogs, found him self in the kangaroo's clutohes., .Smith, seeing his paction, at once seized his anta gonist around the waist, and in a very slio.it time both were at the bottom of a narrow gully, having fallen some 8 or 9 feet, the kangaroo :being luck...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 10 August 1881

                              BIRTH.     COX.—On the 2nd instant, at her residence, Crook- well, the wife of S. L. Cox of a son.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

Wttseflccl A SMART INTELLIGENT LAD. Apply nt the Daily Argue OAice, Market-street. ESonrd a3ici I?ofssc?c«ce. VACANCIES /or a few llESPECTAHLE GENTLEMEN, at MBS. ORMEROD'S, Opposite the Convent. ETotiee. MRS. M. A. DIGNAM. widow of tho lata W. EVAN'S DIGNAM, and trading in Goul. bum as DIGNAM AND CO., wine and spirit tnerohanls and grocers, has no connection in business with W. J, DIGNAM & 00., opposite the Royal Hotel. MARY A. DIGNAM. To 'Sill' SiCt, A SIX-ROOM OOTTAGK (hrgo Garden nnd Tank) at IE1ELD; possession on MONDAY. JOHN O'BRIEN, Imperial Hotel. Wanted to Rent, ws ITU or without Right of Purchase, in tho Gunning District, HOUSE, with a considerable aroa of I LAND ATTAOHED. Addreis, with particulars, to WM, H. CHRISTIE, Surveyor, P.O., Gunning. HSicflBiiAMS Estatje, TARALGA. F PUBUC I5IMM23B8 TO J. T. GANNON, Esq., ROM tho Tenants, will take plaoo at TARALGA TUESDAY, tiie 30th INSTANT. Tiokots (10,'G) may bo obtained from Messrs. M. McKay, John Cusnck, Thomas Muonoy,...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. IN the Assembly this afternoon, tho Houao wont into committee, on ihe Ringbatking Bill. Clause 3 is now being debated. In tho Legislative Oouucil, Mr. Dalloy WAS granted pormission to appear at the Bur of the House, nndis now making a powerful speeoh onibehalf of the Obinese in connoo tion with tho Bill now before tho House. Michael Menser was fined £15, five guineas, professionul costs, and 32/- coste of oourt at Parramatta to-day, for selling con sultation sweeps tickets in May last. The squadron sailed at a quarter-past 4 this'afternoon. The Inoonstant was first, followed by Oarysfort, Bacohanto, Wol-' Verine, Cleopatra, and Touvmeline. Tho Bight was most imposing ; the fleet sailing down the harbour at a very, slow speed and the shores being lined with', thousands of Bpeotators. No salutes were fired. The harbour teemed'with1 steamers and boats, but the Yacht Olub wan pooily represented. It is reported; that, the destination of the...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

, NEWS ? AND NOTES. i "Brief, tlionj and wliat's ilie new«f"- King John,;> ,.j :,",7 Revival of " unemployed" agitation in. Melbourne.Happy Victoria, Sweet news .for dulce domiis-sugar is' down sixpence. ',l! 1 . ?Mr. Dalley hasdortod tliQlthuriel spear of his eloquence against the Chinese Bill at the bar of the Upper House. . - 1 Lord Gilford, eldest son of#tho Earl Olan william, has passed at the Royal Naval Col lego, and has entered, the navy. iWhedt^iir Victoria is selling at G/-wto to; C/1&; mpize, at'3/9i . ? .',?^,? ^The orangeries of the colony yielded in 1880,3,805,006. ' -in Mr. William Duncan's tender for erection ofithe Catholic ohurch and school at North Gonlburn has been accepted. ? . iTho case of Hoffnung and Go,.,v. Pink stone and another resulted in a: verdict (by majority).for, defendant.iHUA als«/»9v«iiw> .<;«!-'l ;W.e have been informed1 that a > child'has.' died from- whooping-cough at Currawangt withinjthe.'last fe.Wfdays; ,r.:V eU;-...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

GOULBURST BOROUGH COUNCIL. ! TUB regular meeting of the municipal council WUB huld last evening. ( . 1'iesom : The M ".yor, Aldermen 0-ildell, T«y!or, H|uwltinf, Osborne, »MuOounoll, Wnrdle, and Wombey. . Tbo minutiis of last meeting having been read and ounfirined, the following inward cotrespondenco was read anil received; tba various communications being' afterwards dealt with iu the manner indicated after each letter: From L. H. Fi'zgernld Belting permission to enlarge the cribs around the trees op posite hi« properly iu Reynolds Btreet. Permission granted, ; . From William Wardle to the oity engineer calling his attention to Mr. Hayes's smut ting machine at his mill, and stating that the same was a public nuisance and detri mental to his interests, he being constantly forced from his shop through it. Referred to the inspector of nuisances. From the Colonial Secretary's offioe re plying to a loiter Jrorn the town clerk, and stating that the government medical officer iwas the he...

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