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Cricket. MORWELL v. COWWAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Cricket. o noWELL, V. COWWARI. Thuinborn ?tich, :.pIjye .: at" i ne?,ll, 'resulted in a "decldea iclory for the visitors, .The following-are the scores:-,; : COWWARR. Rice, b Bonke ... .. . Streeter,'b 'Ferguson ... . I7 Mitchelmore, not out ... ... 48 F. Martlln b O'Connor,.. 1 E. Maurtin, bO'Connor... .. HTarding. b O'Connor ... ... D' Rte, nrot out... . Sundries ... .. ...17 S Total:... ..; .- 168 "Bowling Analysis.-Johnson 5 runse, 0 "wtcklts ; Nelson, 24 rsnn, 0 wickets ; Fer .gllnl n'23'rlnns? 'I wiket':. Corbett .13 rns' 0 •.wickets ;. O'Connor, 13 runs, 3 .wickets; Boakc 24 runs. I wv?dket.' SMORWF.LL. John?on,c E ýinrtia b Mi.tchi. More ... . . 0 O'Connor, b RICo:;;., : 0 ? --Corbett. st. Strecter, -b Mitchel S or... , ;.. .IlDurgns, h flies ,(irnlmo, .lins.. . "'Datc,'b f Mtiticholmre'n.. - '' ,Furngnnus, st ",trcdter, b.MIthcl-n.i snore... Nelnib, e E. Mnrtlnl, bi ce'! ... Ilonike, b Mitthclmor, ... . ],invgstonc, not out .. ,..., illor, c D. ticc, bRice ... Sundries ... ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Typhoid Epidemic. ERECTION OF A DESTRUCTOR AT FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

The Typholil Epidemic. ERECTION OF A DESTRUCTOR AT FITZROY. A piblic trial of a destructor, erected byI the JImosse Sanitary Capa:ny at the corner of Napier-street and Alexuandra paraule, Fitzroy, for the treatim,.nt and desterution of the excreta from persons iutferring from typhoid and other infectious diseases, took place last Monday lmorning. The trial was of a prelimnilnry nature, its object hbing to demonstrato in a small way that by the present apparatus, unlike all hitherto tried, the excreta can he treated in a successful mannerand withlnt any objectionable emoanations being ex perienced by the men superintending the work. A large n?nmhor of gentlemen interested In sanitaiion attended the trial, and amongst the comlnany were Mr. C. A. Topp. presipent of the Public Board of Ileaith; Mlssrs. Beasley, Methven and Laoreno. M.L.A.'s: the uavyors of Fitzroy, Cullingwood and Northlcte, together with several- concillnrs of tboe these muni cipalities. "Thetrial was carried out under...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

wrirY fLX~T.t'. DI Ar?~ .pI.t. lnohv AutCi,,~l. Io IIC lIII elCIhr afribrn... Hp~g ,th Il.IInt,,tmu ·5 ~lnS~rt wnpcot.y 11w! iathp1w..,. wi ..wlhtlC.t p~mtw.t..i· OtCwubw lb. O~. mw.iy~ ut Il u. wirhnb. 11,,11 II SAIDr &c .111..,I I.~r UNllt~llp ..frlnnu~l l, Nll1.7cfl..

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Sad Case of [?] A WARRAGUL PRIEST SENT TO KEW ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Sud Case of £lialitty. A .WARIIAGUL PRIEST .SENT TO KEW ASYLUM. An application possessing an element of exceptionaul sadness came hefere lr. Connor and Mr. Smith at Ith Viarralgt Police Court on Wednesday, wvheIn, on the strength of ovidence given Iy two iselicit men and other witnesses, thel Rev. FathlrMnauConnor was commiiitted to Kern Asy:imi as a ilangerous lunatic. The rev. gentliemanhas officiated at the hald Rliean Catholic Church for the piat six or eight months, but recently he buca't very eccentric in imanner, and it was paidfully evident. to those with wiho: hIe a-noiaterl thtli his ,hind was becoming nohitigeJl. To seuvral Ieople with whom Ihe came ill conltact lh lIlhaved il a very extraorninary way, iand in the course of hIls of.iluos iacei.reutc;a versation would sIke use. of alarming 7 threats against. cortaiin genteinen of the town whom he appe.:re.l to imagine were his deadly enemies. The Rev. Father O'Neil seems to be tlhe chief ohject l2t this embittered feeling,...

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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Agrictlturial Gossip. -- ¢.-- The nttte?cpt of 'the Government towen cnntr?e the' nucllptuicn of worked mert alluvial oreas for agrielltnlrel purposes hasl mendld in a distinct failure. As a first experiiment the hland in the Castlenmaine dish trilt was ldea!t witlh, but so faruaot an acre of it has blen tiaken up. The regulations limited the area to seven acres each and the tenure of one year only. The short ness of tonure and smallness of area are fearful objections to the snceso -ntof the" scbleno.. -'he blocks should lie large and the lease for a snluicient length of time to dive iccupants some inducement to make. isaprnrvenents, and it also to be negotiable. Salne alteration has been promised by the PIremier in the regulations, bittas Minister of Mines hI is too touch under Depart mental influence to think of asking Psrliament to make the swreeping alter-, ationn neecocsar in the law rel Lting to the atteration of wnrket out alluvial gromnd. The mining spirit in relation to'the...

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Accident to the Yarram Coach. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

.Accidelnt to ithe -:lurm , Couchl. i'A miliorrserio?is accident hufel the tmcail cenich' tot Yl?rlim on' Thlirlsitv The conch left Rosednle at tile itial hour in cha-ge mof Frank Oshorne, an Ioxperienced driver. otihn ic',rried it hleay imail anl one itsennger.: Owingrto tihe heavy rains the .road was in a sndden and mniry cmondition nil ,throughl son that .travelling , wti excoedingly ; iflticult. '.All I.-s'ent, well however, till Shaw's Creek weas .reaelhmd, when it was seen that tile passage acrneo woteall he vury ,langeron; as tie sequel p'roved. On his beginninnng to. ford the stream, the forte of tli water was ton nmucnhfor'the vclictle, whlich was. capsized and tiomtanil bags.citrridl 'Raw ; ilnwn the stream. Ohnorno managed to free the horses, and reaclhed-Yrram, frnioom whence le sent it telegram advising Mr. Greenwell o tihe accident, and flthat gentlonan wired to tlin Postinaster-General o whl t hlad lispponet.l . Slicli s) pathy hini n ben e- xpressaot for ir?; Greonwe...

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Victorian Farmars and Graziers Protection Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Victorian Farmers mail Graziers - - Protection Assoui:tiitu. SThe edtitr of the "Victorian Furiner's Gazette" in the last i~is?e oEf hii 'jnirmsl informs an enquiring cssrres|l.n'h.nt that tlueVicttoriin F'armlrs and Grazix. rm Pro tection Assnchiti.n is nit dead tlat .lily slepellth. It is batisfactory to know that the associatil. from which s r gerat thitgs were expete.l, andl whlich in jn.ltiice it timst be saidil bs silne very emuch for tile causl-of tlh rural interests, is still in tlie land of the living, and that its apparent lifelessness is nothing imru than an inter. val'of rest anil prepilration or an etffort O unisamrl pnwer, iind. let it he ho0eld, rf iinustil effect. With the past history of Itlassiociatin all will lie perfectly familiiar, andI it may lie sil that thi 'histiory is isne of which ile aUssooiatiin :has little cutase to Ihe liihaneMl. As rwe tookl oc?tmion .sune salkrt lilou Ilsirk tn say., insitiit the etlire prigralunise if thI, aI?,seciut;in Ihs, M4 it r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

SSAFE REMEDIES. WARNER'S SAFE CURE. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE. WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. WARNER'S SAFE ASTHMA CURE. WARNER'S SA'FE RHEUMATIC CURE. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS. WARNER'S SAFE PLASTERS. WARNER'S TIPPECANOE. 10 GOOD REASONS 10 WNHY YOU SHOULD TAKE `WARNER'S SAFE BURR. 1. BECAUSE "WAlLNE H'S S.1 " F CUI I " wi/l snav }our I/ic, if you are troubled witllh any formi of KCidnce, Livrc or. Urinanr Isease.; 2. BECAUSE " W A l. nEWS Sab'. UU11 is gua'titrattdcd to dto as r CprCsCented. It is 110 new10 i111tired lllutly, but 101s bcen before tihe pu'blic now mllore titalln a ,ieutde, anti1 ritl/cons (noit tcuis aid.) lave itle~e.1l to its virtueBs. 3. BECAUS6E ,%VAR tNI'S SALT", UPU il " con/antus rro//dnA ij,= jrrons. 'I'he o!de31t nulld vlutnget can taike it. with perfect sifctyfu r. .t l1is 1001 pIassed upioii by the clitetmi-t If the G~ermanzi gorerlllaclt otch alluowed,, tl entler- thlalt cspecially. strict olcultluy n1 hIlrllllcss, IL freccdoiut givce to but very few proIprieiLtry...

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Correspondence. We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do[?] not necessarily upheld views expressed by our correspondents in our open column. ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY FO VICTORIA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

.We ?elh'It to be illt?ttetly un?rstatI that 'e lad not neemeatilly :plal .vee?n expteald by our worrespmuluntt In our upeu columo. ROYAL iHORTIOULTUjRA'L 'SOCIETY. OF VICTORIA. 'tO THE EDITOIR.. . SIn.--t the forthcrniingishowft frt it etc., tobe held at the l.xhibilion auithlilg, lMelbourne, about the mild le of .March by the Royal, Hofticultnurl ,:Sodtety.i c : Victoria special efforts are being made by'the com mittee for the purpose of making it the largestamst ntid tit t- iUnportant'sliow ydt held in the colony. The show will include root crops and vegetables, and endeavours are being made to gett extiilits" '"rom all parts e of Victoria. I anm particularly "anxious that on this occasion my cenatituency shall he represented atnd as it goes without-aying that there is no part of Victorin'that can produce better (if as good) root crops or fruit tithan we can. I trust that special efforts weill be made by some of our Gpi lsland friends'to show the public what we can produce'in thi...

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THE FOURTH DAY [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

THE FOUltTII D?AY npmns O'ithtthe 'ALt;-AG)ED "STAkS, one mile, nnd here the ht At of tmhe :aed, two and Ihrre-year-ord ilivisions meet. Can Ahercorn ntlod Crbhtno reolmt Iheir victorie onver th jrveniles s e? o shall see, but I think they can. '1110 UNPLACE.D TWO.Y?AWtO0LD HE?NDICAP sholild take 'a' lt of picking among the score or so nominatedl, blnt we 'have, of cour~c, still to await the weights. '4TIE'PLACE IrANDICAP Iran twenty one t.lready in it, inchclling Shorctrn, and further entries have yet to be tiken. TrPE STEWLECHAE'Lt ' has' filled hadly, only, nine having entered forttite '70 sovereigns. .TIE LOU PLATE . of two tmles, shotild prodice a good trace, Cliintz, Ruddllphi Singapore, Bravo ind Carbine all heingi'n it, anti as the pentltieas ritn up to 141;., sme nsurprise'lin)y Olon tuate. .RE FI'ARiE'L?OELL IHANDICAt' ttrings the tmeeting to a close, and this .mce. haseightyv.fonlr entries-a really mttagniti cent entry with which to windl nipavreally, magnificient . meeti...

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SOME TESTIMONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

SOAnE ;TESTIMONIES. Aplipended are a fe~r out of many testimnonials received, hao ng reference to thi above medicines, showing that: they do as rclresented with regard to each- Warner's Safe Cure. "Spa itical y adap'ed for Kidney and Liver troubles; and more particularly the dread" tiend known as lright's. Diseaso of the Kidneys, with its end ass train of collateral symptons. Charters Towersc Qlei nlnaid, 8-ptcmberI tI, 1889. For the past ten years or so: I have su:fered Iromn obstruction . of bile and chronic diseause of the liver and heart., I was much ll aflicted : with. dyspepsin anl.I flatuleney, so that after meals, instead of thi. self-satisli d feeling of health, .I suf. fered from distentio nf' the stomacht a.d other ailments insid nt to impaired, diges-. tion. For these.complieatioas I took a number of mledicines without deriving al.y benefit. Sir months ago I first heard of the merits of .".Warner's Safe. Cure.' After the use of three bott'es I found my health very muclh ...

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A Tale of Six Cities. English Capitalists have bought H. H. Warner's Business. FOR 5 MILLION DOLLARS [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

ATale of $ix Cities. - -U :.-,English Capitalists have bbught H. H. Warner's Busine s. FOR 5 1MILL10N DOLLARS --o SPlants in: Rochester, London, SToronto, Prague,::.ralkfort, and Melbourne, Sold. The Business to boe .Cairied on by a S Limited Company. " o SFromI the Dcnwcrot ý'ind Chroniclc, Rochester, 1oV. 20,o iSP. Nearly three mionths ago the DE?3o CIHAT AX. CHiii`OiC.i.L; was0 iale to give its readers uniot if thle Idetail. of n most. inmportnut lbuailess irantiicilon, probably the heaviest;, as reganrs the amtounlt of cash changing hands, : inl which any busilnl s hoiuse in this clity w.as ever interested. This was tli' salel of the great uisiness of H. H. Viarner & Co. for 5,00ol,000oi dols. 'ot untilt yesterday *.was t. th. sale minlly ,lifileted, InlI thera is little to add tii, atll iiiutli,n toi e-rrect ili.- tlie statement: i.piillishedil in these coliinus thlree iionitllh nao. 'Early. in .lit, siiner, propostisoi wCerLe iade Mr. Warniier for the purchltasr i"f hi...

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Misc[?]llaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Smie.p11aneous So -ao now safety envo'opes, an Am-r'cans inrentio -Caro tin'ed in such a manrea as .to turn black, blis-tand red,if aan at nlpt i ,I* too tono eithem by welting or by expos 5r 'to sa' am, while nmot tr or tog. do, rot atloct ihesm. the longest tunnel in the world' is -that at Schltaanitaz, Hungay. It is aver ten. l.iles to-g, hlai ben bullding many,.yers,': and hls dos: about £ 1,000,000 It is use Il to d a'nL' t'as'ibnusrae" minLa in that region; "and :raves in plimping -about £15 000 a year. i , I Ito h'Iseso y seer a t te'T?i hame on t'". h tao as o? ian an a pi1y ?n words. 2 h ie w ' an';?i "as a cornssieve, which was somn tits?n a b+y an sictive and industrious man weh ked so vigorosily as to sot fire to tl?e yood n hotp at the base;. of asluggish worker it wou'd be said, ' He'll ever-s t th-e t m?ss an . ".; Ience the proverb.. Ini "answerilo tao'e question why ate diliaton of.'litr.-aboult Ibe+re hundred' year ins ann? m nd .:eoetlaigt coe in other auimals,i a...

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Items. The late Austrian Railway Exhibition at Vienna contained an linteresting and com prehensive collection of all. and every apparatus, carriage or car used by Austrian railroads from their first-beginning until the iresent- time. -Besides these variotus peci mensi the respective length of lines and most imliortant'f bridges, viaducts, and 'other engineering works ;were well demonstrated. The most interesting divisione was:perhalps the-one itelwhich the .rolling stock from first, to last was shown. The clumsy engine of the North railway, dated 1841, and the post coachlikencarriage lof even:nn earlier date, looked strange side by . side with the magoiicent steam engine, 1889, and; a saloon carriage having an outside terrace' for the, use 'of passengers and :supplied with the latest imlirovements as to safety and com fort. There:was also a transport carriage for swounded soldiers, containing the most elaborate collection of instruments and every article in use in a first-class hosp...

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Good Stories. A DUPER DUPED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Good-StoPies. A DUPER DUPED. auos reOrTER's 1tcutrt.rEUONS. "You need not trouble yourself, Richard," said Mrs. Gilmour, very solemnly, "about my proierty?i Wales.'?In"fnct,i'I have just taken a leaf out of your own book, and if tha Hernial is.disareeable It Is isot~to me that the authierhip ohauld b ih'imputed. You made me a promise of marriage, you broke your word, and refused to save' se from 'disgrace and misery, I procured a letter to be written about property that never existed, and made you believe that it was your interest to:' arry her wlom our affecr tlion or sense of honor did not suffice to ehield front destruetion:" "You htifernal"Jezebell l'yo~ lyisig pro. fligate i debased an'idegrade,s you shall be. I shall never live ansother hour with you. I shall never give a farthliig to save you or your brat from starvation." Sth?nk youi, Mr. Gilmour, for myself tnid my coming brat. 'Tha??k heaven, you cannot say bastard.' You kiwio what course it best answers you to lake, but R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

-Mrs. Sarad TimnnasR, of the Victorian lintel, Ioatnldo Bridge, has been missing sinw nne n o',.ek on Saturday afternonn. S-"l lIhi partli. have bI.en unIIIeccesful, and the pnl:e. havei been eniaged in dragging thie river, lwhieh is in a sn oolen state. John Barnes & Co, Land, Financial, ANDO 'GENIERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Commercial-road, Morwell. T B.& Co. haa much pleasure in an. " nouncirig that they have opened a BRANCH BUSINESS at Morwell," next door to Mr. Donovan's Hotel, under the management of Mr. T. WHITNEY, Where clienta will find special attention devoted to all matters relating to real estate, etc. cw Clearing sales arrangcdand conducted. Sinall parts. Insurances effected. sM ONEY I a Irge or small sumson freehold or leasehold securities at lowest rates of interest. ' -: Rents Collected' Atests for Oldfield and Bland, Estate Agents. Agents for R.'C. Blunden, Finance Agents Agents for Dalgety and Co., limited, wool .and grain brokers Agents for Colonial F...

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Ain't You Going. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Aln't You Going. :4 ? S BY CARBINE. " Well, Walter, if you ask me private as poor Denny Sullivan used to say-when I enjoy racing most at .Flemington, I must plead guilty to liking tile Autumn Meeting better than I do the great crush of the spring." "How's that ?" "Well. I'll tell " you. In the first place, I know a bit better I how I-stand for the year, and what I can afford'to spend; then:the,weather as a rule is not so hot; shearing, harvest, and all the other. anxieties of, a country life are over, and lambning hasn't hegun ; so instead of having to rlsin down.and rush hat-k, as I have to tdo in November, I can take my time and enjoy Inyself, addea to 'whichl have the season's form to guide me in picking winners ;'and llI find thatI hnold my own, and generally a bit of the bookies' as well. at the end of the four' dase; which ir can't nfti n say after a Spring Meeling." And as the speaker sat on the onl y hanir in that well-stoeked conutry store, he lookud a fine specimen -of lih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Laste Marriage, Lawronson & Laidlaw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE. FINANCIAL. AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SVALUATORS, 0C. OFFICr ?: TRARALGON._ AND MORWELL. Goeiirnment Land Auctiunecr : J. D. LAIDLAW. Sworn Valuator . *... J. GRA?IAM. MORWELL, MONDAY, 24TH0 INST. " AIDLAW AND GRAHAM will sell on 1. above iate, at their yards-- 30 4 & |'yriold bullocks, nearly fat 35 2; to 3.yr.old steers and Heifter 20 Good steers, 2yrs 23 Helfers, st yrs 50 .Mizedcattle, 1) to 2 yes 2 Sprlners . 2 Well bred Berkshire,aows in pig. :', HORSE SALE. TRARALGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 27. L AIDLAW & GIRAIAM will hold their usual Quarterly Horse Sale on the above date at their yards as above at 1 p.m. 100 Head of horses and ponies Iersonshaving horses to sell. will please let is know and have them yarded in good time. LANDI LAND I MORWELL, MONDAY, MARCH 10. L AIDLAW. & GRAHAM,.instructedby,J. Houhan Eeq., will offer by public au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

JBUSINESS DIRECTORY Adslertmrisennt 'under "this ' hed will th inserted for 2s. 6d. per quiarter. MORWELL. SDONALDSON, Merdhant. The oldest • 's cheapest, and best, Commercial-road Moriell. A?1Y ONE wanting a good shave or hair cut, call on CA. SMITH, Hairdresser, "Commercial-road, Morwell. ' AVANAGII HARRIs, Cheap Cash SStore. lDrpers,Grocere, Ironmongers,' *0., Commercial-road, Morwel. . " HEADLAND;Palnter, 1'aperh.ngoi, . glazier, &e. Station Stredt, 'orwol.: E :ELrEHER. Club Hotei;, Commor E cial-road. orwell. Best brands kept. Good stabling. Commercial-road, Idtorwell. S men, -tock, Estate, Financial, and General Commisstbn Agents, Morwell. and Traralgon. A TSON & CO.; General Storekeeper, -. 1 Commercial-road, Morwell. Boots :and Shoes a speciality. '/rRS. WILSON, Fancy- Goods :Depot, SV.L Commercial-street, Morwell.. * DONOVAN, Cricketers' Arms Hotel .. Commercialstreet, Morweill. 'Best ales, wines, and pirits .. R ICARD DATE,, Blacksmith and I , Whetairright....

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

' SUNDAY SHRVIIJES. CIIUAOOI OF E2GLkNl.-Dlvinn ervire wllm be held Buodey une fecf-llcw:-orwell. II w. aml I p~m.; Drlmeld, 230 0.30. J.Mr. PFrncis. FIISBSYTRIIIIA2( OIIUfOI.-Divine servicewll be held on BSuday, ae followcc:-Ilecclweed. 11t.ml: Northecibllehood, 2.30 pe.: Morwell, 7 p.m. icev. IL. Murcy.. WISLEYAN OCUIICIL-Dicie, servie c ill be held tnextCeeunday -as *follwal;-YLeIIer, 11 cm.; 'Ildgecee. Spae. Eslet Miebee. 7 pe.m Mr. Dccc, Norwrell,le.me. and, pace.. Mr.SEuder.., SALVATION AElY.-Elccry - Flday, icen nlr

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