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Tarwin. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890

(FROM A CORRESPONDENT). The annual election of members of the Tarwin Road Board took place on Monday the 9th December, at Mr. J. Jordan's, Cherry-tree Hill. Tlhe Board has been in existence some three or four years, and the   first year or two there was great difficulty in getting sufficient members to form a Board, but as the Board grows in age so does the number of candidates grow, for this year there were no less than eight aspirants for seats in our local council. Last year the highest number of votes polled for any candidate were 53, this year the number increased to 61, thus showing that the interest taken in the Board is in- creasing instead of declining. I have no hesitation in saying that the meeting held on Monday last was the largest public meeting ever held in the district. Mr. J. Hasset, of Leongartha, was voted to the chair, and after making a few remarks re- garding the Board, he asked the secretary to give his report on the various works for the year 188...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

'Dairying. As thl sc0ess of a dairy farmer dopendis iupn his knowledge of milk manipulation, milk prdlitction, un thlle 'iianufacture of lilk pt?ndnets, It :will be necessary toi disculss tire ariois iibirits in connection with each of tlihes iilportant hmiraches onf dairy finiring. It is evident, tlhat, in tile first place, a 'now?lodgo of milk manipi lation can only be grasped by one who undlrstdindsi tl coiin position n'd properties of imilk. Hence it is advisable to mllake somine remarks iprin th'is all.imlortant. food. SWhat is milk-? 't is ooulposetd of water, a small quaitity of mineral matter, and theee iniimortant solid fooid 'constituents. Tllhse are--sgar, which is t'iininl in tile largest qulantity, and which is tlie ao.st constant quoritity of the three; casein, tihe chief constitietit of cheese; and f.tt, whclloh is converted into Iltter in the hilrning.. The fit is generally tile sumallost in quantity if we except. the minrl manitter, bilt it is tilhe most valnable, a...

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

:.Ou Melourne Letter. "(FROnM ouq(O'itS COOII PO\DE\7.) "After all, the SyShtib folks have drinu well to resolve on a motiennent 'to Searle": -thus the AnItGc in'i "Notes atd Corn idents" this morning. Well; thers is no lessdn In'erecting a imOnUment to Sarle; in itsaproper place--for he was a yoirig man with true gift inl-im ; and if a statue be ebt'hp'bn the bank'of his favorite river, to be'uned as a winning post'in future sc qheiicb'coriteetsa nothing could be more ap. proppiate. p Bdt'hos'ivaillthis ptOceeedih- affect us? Whiit about:tlheherbes bfthe l~ootball field -mrany of whom are ldtlf larrikin upon the coarse, and whdlly so when they get outside.? Shall we beho'expected to 'moun mentallzo'(excuso the word) the football hero w'hen he curriesalis honors with 'hrn to andther world ? ;Perhaps. Haile we not trerady placei thtes Of these heroes in parliament, with a saiary of £300 a year'? It is troe, ie is not of t 'least 'use thbre, except asan voting atom. Heltried to make a...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

Cricket. FL.y'.'s Cnek-First Innings. O'Shea, b Nelson .. West, b Nelson . 'iCaIrns, b Bdko-.. .. 28b Wright. b Nelon . b ... 0 Miller I. b. Boak ... , 8 iBnker, bBonaks .;. , Thorniton. notout. .:.. -. 2;.;- : Ialnabir,'biNelson 0 : gV w illiams, o 0'Shea, .b Strang-' ;':Rowly, a loake. b Ne'dlson -. 7 " ;, ,.iller L:, b Stlraugward 2 :: : Sundries, ... ... lonw·: nrh _First Iriltiga) iLStrangward b Chirna`..ii. . L9 :Graham; bBaker. -:' 2 SCorbett, b'Cairns. . . .. Livingstone, a?aln bOb'iliO e .ih / iBoake, not out;;:.,;.. :. Sundries Total (for, 4 wickets) il

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

-Fo r Oiw " 'Cb~n~wbit mdIfchao knix~n i SA'vnet k Mio. `1' CIALYIT! )ItXTIIACT. Teatitsotiiintiiiy poarfn eicteIn cohbscoi, iflunza th dbiti of all kinds, bi the)' lojids, barns saiindfg. mxoilig, nit "itatfn tinmntt Ulkt srprisitg effects ptroduce in cotup, dipbtberit. brQnebtii, wmma.. tion of Uth lung.., ,tnllngi, &c., dia rbone, dy.,nt,.y; ttlseannnf the bdug, and urinary nrgans. In use lb boupitsii nnd medicnI cliniunal nitr nt, lob. cib pntrnnined by His t, M.enty [heSa oin Ital iroanittnd wth nnedai~in diplinrn it Internationul Enbibitini. Atnifordint. Trust in thin appyrnid aurile, ad ejec oilothrs.-dvt Wily nFiMii 41\ - - If ymt Iut1' (.tied.i la corlu d' 'sheir rrrlte nr 'ip to tiie'tm, Clitlo 114 C.llinatitrot Vell untll their ue.ýsctenttc.outlr~ y et 'tttf l 'nndýIutltm lileutra~crllNutlln tmn't,tlct complcretp c lrrr Dcnl trr~r. Snlles a lla Bend, Illronryes. &t"., nn nlnttrr cf hut "N,", tug. Iosigmnynots ssdhsru c ly. .tlcn I lcdcicrlpllro Pamphlelt f...

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Correspondence. We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold views expressed by our correspondents in our open column. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

Correspondence. We wish It to bI dtitlnctl'ndlerjtooal thatI we do Snot neces'nrily Uil)old v lows cxpreaell byoozl ScorreloPlltntl lit our olin oluuull. Stit,-lt' hs been said that one half the world doesn't know how the other half live, and I think.it can be just as truly added-.-"One half the world don't care how the other'half live." Some do live, and that right ill, at the expense of others. The Scripture tells us-",ien shall not live by bread alone." At the nsame time we swoeld get along very badly without the staff of life. Here' in Maorwell we havec three bakers, and I feel sure if you went to each personally, and asked them if they would not do to others as they 'would be done by, they would answer in the afilrmai. tire without hesitation, but Is the' veracity of that.answer' borne out. by facts? No. If you 'wee to nsk for a 4bh leoafof bread they wiald.charge you id. for it as cooly as If flour were £18 per ton. Now when flour was as high as £12 .10s. during the' winter we...

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The Sale Dirge. [Respectfully Dedicated to "Crabstick."] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

The Sale Dirge. BYl A TRARAL.oo CxD?.rf. [Respectfully Dedicated to " COnbstick.") The sun it throw a cloud around The saintly town of Sale, Whose magnates and inlhabitants Looked desperate and pale, SDeal silence brooded o'er the scene, ' The very birds Were dumnb. The reason was not hard to find, for Pat*erson latRd come. No archer t oere to spin the . eets, No flags the roofs to deck,'? But everyone you chanced to met Appeared a pIerfct areck. Bnlrnsdale the metropolis, Of comfort what a crumb;t [sinted Oh Sale. oh Sale,. hero art thoun ow., Patterson has come. Aspiring politicians stand arnmitd In great dismay, The leading tmen of Sale Weru there -Upon lint futal day I No shrillling fintle, no trumpt lud, - They counldn't friabe drdni, For slnckitlt ramours gut ntbut, that . Patterson had come,. Toongabbie and Wet!haloa boys Kept far away fnlal Sale,? - Her c aug lter RIosedale Idoked as thotglt She'd just come out ob goal Dejected, wretched, terror strue , - Each Salleto sucked...

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North Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

North Hazelwood. (rnoM oUR owc.COnbtSP .Idt-IEi,.) Like folks in other districts we have quite give'durselves over to enjoymtlnts duringthis festive season of the .year, and picnic parties have been pientifil during the last ortitight. The 'one held near Mr. Marshall's on 'Boxing Day was most enjoyable, notwithstand ing the'very gteat heat of the day, and, shady trees and agreeable company made the:afternoon pass very pleasantly away. The asual picnic games were indulgell in 'by the young people, whilst footiracing and swings amused the children. On Now rear's -Day a second -picnic was held at Mr. Wuttrick's farm, ",Walnut Park," where a most nleasant time was spent. On arrival at the ground the picnickers found that "' Leo" had very thoughtfully formed q4iite an 'arbour of grden boughs for protection against the sun's rays. After the heat of the day had passed, a touple of hour's dancing in the Mechanics' Insti tute closed a happy day's outing. Whilst ih'the subjects of picnics, le...

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McEvov and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

McEvov ind Cu, Ti following extret "from (le'dldi firmth annual, report will give sonme idesm of. the enorimous amount of bisineon transacted by thlem C -: ': "'The money tnarhet during 1889 fin , been' much easier, alld interest generally ruled at lower rates, notwithstanding the large sums invested in City prnport',i and, the high prices realised for country and suburban lends. .Our; monetary ti'itfsactitn' speak for''''' tlihemselves, and show a very largeinereatses on our.. precious yearsi?? h?ines,;shlowing the great confidence investors.havo. in this :. oflice. ft C ' The amnonintt 'drlinced' it 1885 throiglge our agency amounted to:: L218,224 ,. 1880 ...' .::. 251,78 1887 . 420000 1888 s.... . . 610000 1889 .., -... -510,110 L2,119 1115 , or a total of tWo 'fiilllons, one liltdied... and" ininteen thousand, 'o' hto'lriln ?id ? fifteen younde, at interest ranging from 5},to 8 per cent according to ths nature of the securitiesoffered.' o We do not anticipate the.low rates of in...

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Light Horse Judging. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

ILight Horse "Jutt:gintg. Tin recent number we quoted fromn at articla hy Lord Comnbermere, in BAt.l,'s MJ'wAzit:r, on "Judging at Horse Shows." 'rlis paper has arousedi .much interest at hoil?e, and evokeidauchl cnmunent in the colunms of the itgricitlnral press. The follbwing letter ti tlheo LivF STOCK JOUIt • Ar. (frun the peii'"hf 'so n ell-known an exhibito'r as M3r. John Aill, appears to us to 'be worth re-producing.: :Lrd Coublermaere's paper in BAiLYrn Bikoazsir. is, ao mighlt, he expected fronl an authorltyo it i eh long ekphrience. f11i of -interest and importance to all interested in the slthject, and it will be nadmitted by ali;that it has not cone a day too soon. The rules he lays down 'are well-knowh and acted upon. by judges whol-have held elice it'the leading shiw.i and tvwhaltver tley, or some psnch system, are not adoptedl the wlholt dayj's proceeding is a -muddle and tthsatisfactory to exhibitors, the pub lie, and last, but not least, 'to tire judrhs. The'se cases...

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A Lecture on Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

. A Ietture on Milk. Sub?sequetit to the 'exatuninatiin of the pnpils of the Che~inre'Connty '3ilry n rtii trte, which took place at .Drlestonin the early part of lost month, 'a lecture war deliverrd- hv Mr. leihn Oliver, of the Western .'Dtiry Institnte, Itlr:,.ley, on '"Milk, its'qProlnction and Ch;ar.nter ini relation to Che,ese and itreter Maling." We are indebted to the eit??'est ?,oltih'r for the follnwing snunairy. 'he 'lectei-ur said the proper gale to enter on the sltbject hi ilairying was the'way thle 'ecw made the milk. Some people primhapl dil not think of ills, (or attach Imch ilmptlrt ,ince to it, tlihough u great deal was said 0n thlo inlhject of "chemistry of milk. M.ilk, however, Ieu iulit, was a op"i inilogiel prodnct, and those who iegardeld it from , eichthital pint of view 'tlale "a great. mlsttule. It was an organic prihnlct, ,made oat 'of the'enw's own self-lmadse mit of her blood. 'People scrmed to have a conilnoh hitlhin that milk was madle nit of lthe foid ...

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Pigs—Various Breeds—their breeding, management, and Commercial Value. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

Pigs-Varles Breeds--their breed= ing, lnanibn eiit, ansi coriniieeaiil Value. There is no branch of farm Ilsts l"dnry that has been t) s sriously neglected bf 'te northern farmer as pisg breeading,' n sl conditions under whieli ti k1i ihilis ni bu carried on are entirely favbrahle. The pig likes a 'tsiniipete 'elijnlite, and ev n in hot iweather will put on flesh at an amazing rates if. allowed plenty of tlim, fresh a.r, diL shitahle fond.-..In I this colony we hbvb not tio contenl 'with I the severe wintersm the bxtessivefr,~ss. and snowstorms of tile old Cdolntr knied omany of the states of America and Cinuada, and as it consequently takes -less food to keep op the animal' heat In aur temptrtuire in ollr 'tetnperite clinaite, greater resillts under good management can be obtained from a given 9uantity of food. Titr orioi'x or Til? Plr. Tho- wild bogs frou whichthile tlombsticr breeds have taken their rise are natives 'f europe, Aia, A iand Africea and are found wherever thb cliitr...

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Morwell Agricultural Society. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7TH. 1890. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

Norweli Agricultural Society. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7Tu. 1890:' SPECIAL MEETING. : Present--W. Murdoch (in the chair) and Messrs. Mulcare. Fraser, MoNabb, Earle, Walker' Francis,Bates, Gooding .Little, Marshall, M'Donald, Watson. The chairman explained that the ineeting twas called to consider the financialf:position of -the- society.-:iMr. Hoewlett had generously come forward and forfeited £40 per annum, he having been - rubsequently paid that amount in salary. Surely, such a mag namious act was worthy. of emulation. A.scheme had been proposed by which the. s'ociety would in a short time be freed from debt, and when once that was done the society would rank as' oie of the first in Gippslaod. They knew what the scheme was. It 'would be superfluous for him to go into -details. He felt sure that all those who had the society's interest at heart would take up a five pound debenture, and that it would not take long to get them all off. They were now clear of the scretary's salary, and they w...

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The Age of Brown Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

The Age of Browii Coial. Thetollowing letter has ?idh i smtten on the sbovoa subject by Mr. J. H. WViglit, of -Darlimur :--The question of age in re ;gard to o tr brown Coals is doubtless 'one of In:nor importance only, and one that will w.lgh but litile with the manufacturer who uses it in his engines, or -the hbuse? holder who consouies it in hisgrates, when forming an opinion as to its merits; neverthllese, it would be an interesting. 'ono to solve, apart altogether from its geo - -logical aspect, for the reason that -it -ts a consideration, "whhich "has 'not. 'been without its effdct'in-thb past, ib retarding its development of the extensive fuel de posits that have long been' known to exist iu the colony, but whLich had hitherto not been considered worthy 'bf aittention. 'There are three opinions prevailing as to the exact position which our brown coal 'beds occupy in the sequence of rock -for mations composing the crastal the Garth. 'One view regards them as contemporaneous wi...

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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

Agricultural- Gotssi. A peculiar insect pest among, the Butler Glen vinheyards is oxereising,tlhe minds .of :'the etymologists:' It` is :a. kind of flying bug-which appear lin myrias'l, and settled down in patches in the vineyards.. So tenacious is it of life that the ,strongest insect destroyers that have so far been tried upon it have, failed to.kill, it having only a'stupefy ing effect. Tlih marvellous developmint:cof the export trade of New Zealanid in frozvd meat attracted the attention"6f.' the Chief Secretary during his recent visit to that colony. This industry' has now liecomo a. thoroughly established, one, and is still increasing.g by long strides niinually. In 1882, when the trade was in its infancy 8,889 carcases were ex ported,! and in 1888 not loss. than 9839,21 carcases, and from Juno 1888, to June ?1889, 1,400;000 carcases. Notwithstanding the large export trade there is also a steady increase in the yearly return of live stock. During the periiod named the number o...

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Nar-Nar-Goon Races. [By Our Own Reporter.] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

. -Sr-loon Races. [By'Our Own Reporter.] The meeting held yesterday at "Nar.Nar. Goon resulted n? follows::-' -- Y' Po.Y ACE, 13.1. S??Dot Ii, i7st'71bs 2 Dick Turpin.. ,.... ,,. s ErLINGt:RACE. Footman, Sot Ilb.i ·* I . 3idnie,. 8st 121h.. 2 . .. Vnitl Hop, 0at 10th . 3 V'Wdo by a length" '. rPONY SELLING RACE, 12' . Sat.y, 7st laIb ,. ... . Ruth, 8st 12b ... ..... 2 Little Dick, 6stIlb ... ., 3 Won easily by two lengths.. The winner' was bougbt' in fr -45.. - NNAR-NA-GooN 'IANDICAP.: Beelzebub; fat 1b. . .. "Ironsides, Gist0b ... ... 2 Tilburn. 8st .. .. ... Beclzebuib cat out tho'running from "otdr to finish and -on by three length, hardtheld 8dtibeam'lost 15 leneths In starting. i POSY RACE, 13.2. Ruby, 7stIllb .. 1 'Mollie, lOst. ... ,,, 8 .FLUTTER, (ifdrlongo. -- ! 'Maid of the lill, l7t 101bs. .. 1 Tilhurn, 8st' 4bs... ... ,..S 5' 'Tootie,7st,. .;. . -.. .-. 3 Woll easily. PoNY 'RacE, 12.0. Eongool, 7st41bs.... ,.. ,;. 1 .YnuccJim, 7st 101bs , ' '; :$

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

St.. ud Ntico. To Stand, this Season at Meryla. Morweu. THE THOROUGHBRED TROTTING STALLION "IPioneer II." By Pioneer (Imp.) Dam a thoroughbred Panic mare. Pioneer is a black horse, 4 years, 16j hands, verystrong and well made. He took First Prize last year at KWarragul, Slorwell, and Maffra, as stallion for getting carriage horses and hunters. cavalry horses for India, and Trotting horses. Pedigree on Cards. TERMS £4. Also THAT FAST TROTTING STALLION '?Wildfire," A GREAT'PRIZE TAKER. TERMS 12. Mfares left on grass £1 extra. " Mares not proving in foal served free next All Mares to be paid for before removal. asnon., Every care taken, but'no responsibility. C. E. CORNEY. To stand this Season at Hazelwood, (Late Coll Shaw's Farm), S..:'THE PURE.BRED'IMPORTED CLYDES DALE STALLION, -RANFURLY. RANFURLY, bred by Mr. Lang, Anchen rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland, and imported by Mr. Alexander M'Whinnie, ex es.. Chollerton, from London. Ranfurly is a beautiful dark brown. is rising seven year...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw and Graham; (Late Marriage, Lawrenson & Laldlaw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS i VALUATORS, &C. ,.: OFIoES : TRARALGON , AND MORWELL. Government Land Auctioneer': J. D. LAIDLAW. Sworn Valuator ... ... :J. GRAHAM. MORWELL, MONDAY, JANUARY 13. L AIDLAW AND GRAHAM will sell at their yards- ,20 Steers, 2yr-old 70 Head 2&yr. to 3yr-old heifes . 0 Good pnoddles . ...... . 20 21vyr-old heifers - 90 Mixed 'cattle . I Team 12 workers and tackle 1 Team 12 workers, tackle and waggon Geo. A. Earle. G. A. EARLE Auctioneer, Cattle Saleslalln, Stock,. Estate, Financial and General Coslnlssion Agent. Commercial :-Road, 310 BWELL. Cattle Sales held at Morwell yards erery Fortnight. CLEARING SALES CONDUCTED.. Money to Lennd FROM £200 up .to £2000 CHARGFES MODERATE. MORWELL, MONDAY, JANUARY. 13 G A. EARLE will sell on above date at SMcLean's yards 30 Paddies 9 Dry cows 8 Springing heifers 15 2yr-old s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

BUSINESS tDiRECTORY Advertisements uider this hea'd "Will be inserted for. 2s. 6d. per :quarter. A DONALDSON,'Merchaitt.The oldest - cheapest, and best; Commercial'road' °`;"Morell.. S.• . . .. ?;d-? .bgo, hair s-.'?.J/J*toret Drapers;- -.ts, Ironmongers, - c.,' mmercial-rota., Morweil. E l KLLEIIER. Club Hotel, Commer. . cinl-road. Mbrwell. Best brands !kept. G.ood '~tabling. 'COmmcrcIal-road, 3lorwell. T `AIDIAW S GRAHAM, Cattlc'ialeo' :Jl tnm; "'Stohk; Estate, Flnnancial,'and ' Genear` Commission AglAntsi", Morwetl:"and Traralgbn "T?d'N ENGLISH, Auctibner, Stt? 'adLl `• Sthtioen Aglht. Station-street, 'i?rwell.: Charge strictly loderate., .. .. L : --_ MýATSON & Ci), Genelsi Stbr~keeper. ,VM 'Cmmcrerrl-ead, Morwell. `Boole rand Sioes a specility. S RSWILSON?, Fancy O d. 1Depot;, .L.l :Commerciat-street, Mlorwell ,. ') DONOVAI, ricketrs'?r Ar"ms H1)btcl .l Comnmtrcial=streett Morwcll., i Best. :ales, wines, and spilit., : D ICIRD" DAfEt Blacksmith a n S' Wheelw?right.' Sta...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, 1890. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 10 January 1890

FIIIDAhY. JA'aU stY 10, 1ta0. 'Toics of the Week.,.: ' Ohes?t0vrs.--With oUr next issue nnd henceforth We intend issuing a supplemsiet. If those wishing to become subscribers to the ADVERcIbEt' will kindly send'.in .their names at once, they twill partlcipate in the benefit, ,., , ATHLETIO.-In another column an advt appears calling a meeting of the Morwell Atldctic Clih for Thdirslda enxt,' Jrianary lttb, wthen the election of 9llce bearers wilt, be gone into. tnd all bthct "aringemonts necessary to carry out the annutal programme" made: ... "AtTrto e.-A iglance at the i'uction notices will. show that Mfr. J. English is to hold qoveril important sales in the" near future, and anyope in search of hargains cannot, do ?Otter than attend the sae to be hold by Mtr. T~ :. Jennings who is.selling, under instrnc frdm Mrs. Johnson, Thorpdnle South, a shop and dwelling, hodsehold furniture, drapery, t.laolsAioi'sA.-A meeting of the-,Comn mittee of the Mqchanic's Institute washld ori Wednesday...

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