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AUDITOR'S REPORT. REMARKS ON COUNCIL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

AU DITOR'S REPORT. REMARKS ON COUNCIL AFFAIRS. Mr. J. Moffit Graham, Government Auditor, forwarded the following let tor to the Footseoray Council on the manner in which the Council books had been kept during the past year, and offering 'suggestions in regardl thereto:- "I Iherowith report to you that L have completed the audit of books and accounts of the City of Footscray for the year ending 30th September, 1013, and have duly certified to correctness of same.. '"Rates.-Tho arrears heroin are large in amount, but at the sameo timo show a diminution in previous years. fiaiy. of 'them appear to have been stagnant for several years, ,and indi vidual amountolts are in soeine cases very largo. I understana d that several pro. perties will he t[aken' over, by the Council in tIhe ilear future, and ar rears will in these cases be obtained. I The system of using old receipt books should be discontinued. It frequently hliappensl that, similar assesslinent tlunl bors appears on different pro...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

lPECIAL NOTICL" - The Pioneers in BOOT VALUES Nowhere is to be found anything like the Quality and the Uu-to-dat. Fashions as offered by us. ----A TRIAL \VILI, CONVINCE.------ S WANN'S Shoe Stores WANN'S CORNER,...... Nicholson & Barkly Sts, Footscray Phone Footscray 235J Also t;o Swan Street, Richmond. Phone \Vindsor 189g The Palace of Dainty Sweets__ o, 25 Barkly Street, Footscray, IS NOW OPEN with a Nicely Assorted Stock of Choice Confectionery and Fancy Chocolates. Try Our " Un'ivalled" Theatre Box of Sweets. Importer and Manufacturer. Have you tried STEWART S It isDelicious. Try one to day. Splendid Ciure or In.diges1ion Price 3d per loaf. ASPH ALTI N G DONE BY MORAN'S STONE C1RUSHIER, Nicholson Street, Footscray. Tel 218. Trade Supplied. Work Guaranteed. late Miss Patrick Dressmaker and Costumiere. 102 Cowper Street. Footsoray. Costumes a Speciality. .---Fit and Style Guaran(ced.-- nligh-Grade 'TAIL2RING to Measure Our Stook or ° Suitings ai ° Is exten sive and we will...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARDEN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

GARDEN NOTES. In reply to a correspondent, I give the following information re Camel lias:- They thrive best in cool situations, but they must have pro tection from frost during the bloom ing season, They may be planted in the open ground, in a situation facing the south; but during the win ter they should have some shelter such as a piece of hessian stretched ovcr. them, idr. ,a few ligl:hbLaghs placed around them. They must not be allowed to suffer from want of water in the summer time. When grown in pots they should be re-pot. ted immediately they have done flowering, when any straggling limbs may be cut back, which is about all the pruning they require. The soil most suitable for them is good fibr ous loam, to which may be added some well decayed cow manure, a little soot and charcoal ; also some sand and a sprinkling of bonedust. This should be thoroughly mixed with the soil and some old bones broken up and placed in the pot as drainage, or, if in the open ground, under the pla...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

BOWLING NOTES. NOTES BY "JACK £LGBI." That the repeated defeats of Foots crny's ,best sixteen in the first half of the season was not Footscray's true form was shown lust Saturday, when they met and defeated Williamstown, who had hopes of winning the section. The coriditions- for bowling wore per fecct. The green was in splendid order, the weather was idealistic, and as there was no more than a cap-full of wind, it was possible for true form to prevail, and it did. The victory in deed left not a loop-holo for excuse. Footscray won in each, of the four rinks, Wintlo's four bding most suc cessful with aL surplus of- 16 points. Wallace -had 6 the best of Willis Eng lish 3 the best of Fowler, and i orge, wlho' coinmencod 'badly, Grfavll having 13 to nil at one stage, made a mug nificent recovery and finished up 2 in front :of Gravell's strong quartetto. The full scores wore: Footscray, 103. ' Liversage -To:"tue, W. Smith, Win .le . .. .. .. .. .. . .. 31 H-I. Grilliths, 'T. Smith, Roger...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

COvNUIL NOTES. Thero was a full at.teodance or coun. cillors at tho meetting of tho Foots cray Council on i\lMonday last, when the following correlspnuloe wavs deiliIt with : From Mlelbourno inlnd .lhlretopolitan hallrd of W\'or?ks, lint, of Ihosis nsewer-. ed.---llr c('eived. Fronm sine, notifying letiron'tnb by ioffluxion of linm, of Cr. S?lillahi',,r as ripriselitatliv' from this (Concil onl the 28th inst.. and desirin'g fresh up pointm,nt io ho madh,. (This is dealt h ulh under a seiparate heading.) Fr'iom Ilealth (tlierii (Dr. .I. II. \ehhl, desiring one month's hcare of a s?nlll roll m i 'l' O ven l aiti-ll --ll l raniled. l''romn Federln Pilcure 'l'henltre Ply. l iI., desiring regislration or tlederal lilli, and Gratnd ''heare. purs rnti, to I'art Vl., l1th shed hl.- - .\gree d lo. From i ool sernv PWari l iltnutil ialeion ('ommirtiee, detsiring inte rview on hl th insl., r ,e linanl e .--f(n the eml lign ofI (rs.. ohnlso allond ilarris it ens agreed ioi hear hn,0 dep t, af t...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

RIFLE NOTES. BY "BULL'S EYE." ,'0ootstcray'. club shoot last SNaturday was 14 shots at (600 yards, for 'the third stage of tLo it. C. Skidmitoro shit ld. 'i'lh bhest, scorels \VtIr put p by J. ulasterioun, Gi1, t6, 70; it. Ila gaon, l1, 9i, 70; ,. i Lerlowit z, 5 1, i, 10; C. Upton, i3, 6, 60; J. , . -;l\ Donald, 5(2, 5, i67; C. lenderot, 59, S6, (7; A. . Iobinson, 55, 12, ?7; I. onhecory, 1n., 5, dl,; A. J. M1eoplo, ai, 61, , (66; T. Mast rtou, , 60, 6, 66; A. Cuing, 0i6, 6, ti; C. Smith, .1t, 10, (16; L. a lrrison, (40, 5, 65; W. Kennedy, 50, 6, .I65; J. sclKonry, 7, , 1; r. McEian, 53, ,11, . 1; G. C10. Donald, si n., 52, i, 63ti; J. Cropley, 5n, 7, 2 ,; 1. Gray, L 3 , 7, 6(2; ? . Ward, 5d, , 62; \I Mortimerl, 30, 1i, 62; W'. 1i. Jacksoni, 17, 15, (i; J. .Joint, 5, , 10, 61; (. S1cDol d, Jni. 3, (16, 59. The Icg-in for the .)aoger 'Trophy was (ton by it. aigun, antd C. pton Mo. (ll thic slhoot oil( against. 1)..trvino for the pr(vious .,noot at the stlillll ranllge. I'oday'i shoo...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGES & SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

LOBDG6ES & SOCIETIES. The Loyal Footseray lodge P.A F.S. at its Inast metling., W.M. Bro. A. Swift, preicling, initiated one new mlenlber. )One plropositionl was receiv ed. There was a I irgie nilhr i of ii tni hers oil the fnilds, consIq'etllly tlhi si'k pay wIAs very- htat;i. Broi. f. Stone coisiderdl that with the ;isis tance of the Loyal Wa'lr:Inal lodge a?I combined piinic "oullh ho arranged, and a commiiiitt?,, coinsistinig of Bros. J. Stone. W. T)av, '. .TohIlsion, Ford hanm aol A. Ktayo. was appointed to confer with dllgatis front the I loyal Wartalih lodge on the nhiect. Bro. 1'. Knlowles donated l medal for t1he1 brother who1 is s?icessl ll in lro posing tile greatest noIlllthr of nellI Ilullllllmir for the year. 'Ths'i syllahus itein. Par lour Bowls, was won h\" Bro. C. Wil liais. 11'T'he ixtl iteii on tihe sy\lt;illhi is a Fruil. Soires., anld an excelillnt progratnlll is hliilIn :trraIogid. In reply to a request for a conlferoltce to discuss the question of Muni...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

The World's Family Medicine. A family medicine is a necessity. The human body is an intricate piece of machinery which is easily put out of order, and unless the wrong be righted in its early stages a general break-down is certain. Thcwisc keep the World's Family Mecdicine always at hand, and this is universally aclknowledged to be A dose taken when ailments arise will quickly rcmove the cause of the troublc, and good health will speedily be restored. They cleanlse the system, tone up and regulate the digestive organs, and stimu!,te the Liver and 1,idncys, to healthy action. Always kep Dcccham's Pills in the house, ;.id as occasion requires take a dose and you will enjoy perennial good health. I s,' t ) , -` Mesdanmes Johnstone andl Alcicrinan (late Miss Patrick) DI FSSMAKERS and COSTUMIERES 102J Cowper street, tFootscray. Costumes a Speciality. Fit nd btyle Guaranteed " 'LttOTICA:JL GAltiNlNIN l"t.tltowit uig l (trecu Caretalker, eoot:,.ray. Itarden kept in ordert' by day or cotrte...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMON SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

COMMON SUPERSTITION S. A lady novelist declares that, in spite of our advanced education, we are as superstitious as ever. Am ong the evil, omens- mentioned as still working after' centuries of in congruous mysticisms are the fol. lowing : 'The number 13. Stumbling upstairs. Walking under a ladder. Breaking a looking-glass. Seeing a pin and letting it lie. Getting out'of bed on the wrong side. Seeing the moon over the' left shoulder. P:issing a horseshoe w-vithout picking it up. Turning back after ypu: have started oli a journey. - - Howling of a' dog' under a sick person's, window. Starting on a journey or com mencing anything on Friday. Spilling 'salt, and the antidote., throwing salt over the left :shoul der. Defying fate by saying you are never sick; antidote,- touching wood or rapping under the table. Giving a' knife or other sharp article to a friend and a penny witxh it to keep it from cutting the friend' ship.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"SPARKS." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

"SPARKS." *------4 '-- ri Picnic time. Sugar Works employes at Sorrentq' last Saturday. - Employes of Mephan Ferguson and Co. journey to Schnapper Point next Saturday. See Flesso Bros. for furniture hat gains.-Adv. 'or not having his infant child vac cinated George Smerdon was fined I0/ at the local court on Monday. Sporting notes - cricket, football, bowling, rille, &c. will he found on page *I of this issue. Braybrook council meets on Monday next. It. is expected that the increased rate proposal will again be discussed. IFDE':I)I'HALI IALL to let for concerts idances, nim!tings, oet Apply to the caretaker.-Adr. At Monday's council it was decided to give the hearty support, of the coun cil to the amended Thistle Act. At Thursday's court S. N. Newburn obtained an order for £1/10/ with 2/fi costs against. Mrs lames Thompson. Footscray ladies' College, Cowper street, R. Musther, principal. Duties will he resumed on Fehuary tl.h. The contractor for the new Barkly Theatre has co...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

A PECULIAR CASE. On Thulrsday, ia peculiar caso woa, heforo the court, when Elizaboth Pow rio a ll?d her son-in-lat, \William Gom. EIdwardh, for nmaintonaien for his in fant ihlild--hlr grandchild. MIr Ilidgeway app:eared for tho cinm plainant, and iMr. Seconthl for the de fence. 1Mr. Ridrgewa' .stated that Edwarlds manrihd complainant's diaughter in thn early part of nast, year, but after a lhort nstretch of married life :,alid Ihe wanited to knock about with a, pal, a;nd got. her to Sign r deed of hnop ran tiolt, in twhich ih offereld to pay her and her clhihl l5s. per a?tcrk till Christ ans and 10s a itweek ifter. If Mr,,. l;rldu;ids haid signied 100 ,Ich deeds it lold not nmatter, as, no one could IlrtIr nl ay the naintel'anrc of a c ihihl t in thnit mannr. Mrs. Edwards couihl nol proceed against himt aflor harving tiignrd a it.atamen?t that, ?l aouild not, hal t.h lanw providedrl that ,lany meinher (f the pubhlic could launch proceedings anganst hiti for miainten a?.,, of tihe ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
METROPOLITAN BOARD REPRESENTATIVE. CR. SHILLABEER RE-ELECTED. CR. JENKINS SUPPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

METROPOLITAN BOARD REPRESENTATIVE. CR. SHIILABEtERi RE-ELECTEI). CR. J E?N KNS SU pP(PORTS. There was Ioticlablio a si?ler of ex citemoenton in lthe Council cha]mler on Monday last., when the town clrk read the chlallS otn tioe correspoadIlenc'? lsheet notifying tat, the prcmonu tetrm of their roprloentation on the lotro politan Board of Wiorks t as aholt to expire, and asking that t, L position he tilled by the 28th day of lF'ouitry. T'ihe Mayor (Cr. Drew), who presid od, remariked, "\Wel, gellnt(lemon,' whatl rdo yol say, shall bo elect, a represtn lativo this oe cnin;g?" 'Ihis ihing decided on, Cr. IIhcr is rose and said: I havl veri great piea shlre il nominating ('r. Shillahcer, om lpreollo reprnsentativo. lit has Iar ried out. his duties in an excellout mlaniner, aitld had also becll holnolredi with the applnintttnt, of vice chairman of the Btoard. Al. all tints their re presentative had givet ? good attention to the wants of si iit distr'iiot. .H had booeen instrumontal in ge...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACING. Tips by "IMP." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

hA --tA.\r Tips by " IMP." Hurdle-- P'ortloy k or Conmnonuralth. Two Year bldcp.-- )lo. t.ah or EKlipindic. Tnlluminllldcp. - Aulelosaloor tBhack pn.. - 'r, Welter Plate- c;old Brew or Georgette. Welter Pnire-- Posdrcna or Polllook. JuImper FIlatL-- Coronatus or Napkarb. Y )i·!

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

IVILLIAAMSTOWN ,. RACING (ILUB. UMMlIER MEETING. The club will hold another meeting on Saturday (to-day), Feb, 7th when the fol lowing programme will be submitted : Hurdle Race, oo sovs , 2 miles. Two-years Old Handicap, loo sovs., five furlongs. Truganini Handicap, 200 sovs., one mile. Welter Plate and Purse, 200 sovs, six furlongs. Jumpers' Flat Race, too sov,., one mile three furlongs,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

ST. G(FIl(:lE'S 'I'HEA'I1 Ir. A minainmotLh hill is offered at I. (;coigo'?t, TIluetr, Yarraville, ',eýI inencing .1 indayl. when thre s gal,. are auinounced. (uIne is of lniVjieral i-ll Wrest, uniely, Ihe life of George? Carpenticr, the F'rench lighting phlleno" 111C 1111 11 t'ho Wagor, Mr. Staniley Walpolo plays the.ll lad. The fhird nt I raction is a hlig Nordisk produ?tion. P rin ess, Elena's Pris'er, which Lakes ,\r 111 houiir to reel off. 'l'o-nighit's prograCln contains a wild lnimal sensation, "ln tlIhe "Wilds of 'rica," a ii?n-re?er, ain The I'lighit It the (Crow."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNUAL PICNIC. QUARRYMEN AND CARTER'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

ANNUAL PI(:NIC, QUARRYMEN AND CAR1'IR'S . ASSOCIATION. The empldoyes held their seventlh nill inial pilnim at. Mornington on Sailr day" lust, about 300 picnickers travel ling by P.S. Ozone, the day was ideal 'lor at iBay trip, and one ldl I1 oln joyod thmtseolves well. 'I'hl enommil teu, led by their seerotary (Mr. V. lledson), worked well to maIko the out uig aIsuIlIss., AI.ve.ry Ilargo. progra Illlln of sports w? ruin off, 1nd the onm mitten iwals pleased to see thle mwste Illnarrylllo taking a keen intelres, Io ilg rprepentlld-by some oa its lehdlin? mnenibelrs, Results. of races: Quarryntn's Hanndicap: AiM. G. Kelly, 1; Mr. Wimn. Crowley, 2; M11r. Wenl' Marr, 3. Carters and Drivers; Mr. T. (Cll; ganu, 1 ;' Mr. Win, Greenwood, 2; Mr. J,. Withers,. 3. Open hnudicap: Mr. l)avis, I 1 r. Flutlhelron,n 2; IMr. FTuglhes, :1. Married Laidies' Opent Rnae: Mr' . I eldaver and 'Mrs. I. Watsot, divid ed 1 and 2; Mrs. E. Rolhrts, 3. .Sisters ind Daugmhtiers of qui aIy and Cirters' Associal t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAINTENANCE GASE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

MAINTE INANCE (;ASE. At. 'Phursday': court i;eta I, lel ti den sued lher hmsandrl, 'li'homas II. Filea den, for arrears in imainlnance dlnue toi her iand her three 'hihlrh'n. IMr Seconl ilappeared foioricplilinllat and Mr R.idgway for Ilhe dcfndrlant. llr -e Snmh statel that. nn order for ,i)0 per week had heon mad?e against. leaden for the maintenance of his wife anid : children. lie had failed I.n keep thatIL order andl ia he was in allrears he woull ask the bench to say that he had to pay or go o glaol. Victor Cohen. hro.lthirof Nl iRs IlIcaden. said that, defendant's wife had received all the aonies pald inticortl. WVitness had collected it hinimll from .le clerk "of courtsh. Ile had inever appopriat.e any of the moiiey. Defendant stated that he wal gelti ii .1I3 per weekl; 20 vwenIt. for hIioiiid iand waslhing, anid out of it' left. after pay ing the inaintnenancl he had Io jpa.Y something each weil, off his kil.. Mr Mitchell. .l.l'. It is Lhe opinion of Ithe bIench thaLt arrea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATURE STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

NATURE STUDY. The Footscray branch of the Worker's Tutorial Class, initiated by Mr Albert. Mansbridge, held an interesting motor boat, outing to Marihyrnong on Satur day last. T'he afternoon was spent at the sand pits whore Mr .1. A. leach, M.Sc., organising inspector of nature study, Education Department., Victoria, vice-president of the Field Naturalists' Club, &c., and a well-known authority on bird life, gave an interesting and in formative address on the formations to be seen in that locality. The crust con sisted, the speaker informed his hearers, of a lava deposit about. one footin depth followed by a layer of bluestone, and then a sandstone formation. The form ation they were viewing was probably about 1I),t0011 years of age, more or less, and from a nature study point of view was one of the most interesting locali ties around Melbourne. During the course of Mr ,each's remarks a sparrow hawk fIlw across the stream, and the lecturer immediately took up the pleas ing s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

I SPECIAL INOTICE I. C. FORGE,' ANNUAL SU M M ER SALE OF (GENERAL DRAPERY At the White Rouse, Nicholson St., Footscray Where Unprecedented I3a rgains await you. And in addition we are offering to per cent. discount for cash in 21 days: 3d. off 2/6 6d. off S/- 9d. off 7/6 I/ m off o10/- 2/- off 20/ ' . . .t... . ' . A , ,+ ?O ? , DU -1 0<+., ri P +,::-· 1 : ':: . s r I DISPLAY S irts and Hats O a T ] .oo, 0, Telephone 2:20) Footdc;ra, 0 DDOEJOL A 0000001 a - .. NOTICEI OF REHOVAL. The Misses CLA?~IE and SMITH, XI TLLINERb, Wish Io notify that on and af'ter January 27, their Buntc?.s will I-e conducted in more commodious premisem at 19 BARKL?Y S'IR1EET , FO()OI'SCRAY whore thoy will he able to italich a Better Display of all the Latest FLashionts and meet the convenience of patrota. II, is generally IVIairried Coupleo; who buy Hou-es. from OLAUDE SSMITH never ,u' ( til'l1 because ltheir Home is so inten ely CON SVENIENT and STRUC TED hOat, A rign Car M ossner Pianon We have...

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CR. JENKINS' POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 February 1914

CR. JENKINS' POSITION. SSince IhI tino C(r. Jenklll.s hllifrtt d from hii 11 Iah"1 11 o i leaguiles ia l voi'ed fur ; r I? tld tiol of Ch, raIt from 2., lid to 2 ' hi th7 .i --; l .e vol thai hn;:. .oked tallilny Ioxpresion) s Iti ;IplprIn l froni ?ati ' payels ov erilnrdone(l wiith hi?.hl taulnation arld Ch1 highest possi hlle mlliiCipll ratell--ho ha.C ts ll b len h ic'tl itn a ;nssidor le do ;amount of ad vrse crit.icis --- liostly Iroll ll plero ho ar not cailed uipon In pay riat:. The advocaLes of high vhalutions and high ralting ar a small Ilt pirsi.eni Section of the citizens of I'oonlteray. m11( thir annoyamie o vihehnly carlrimd ihm lo snuch lengths that the council l."o mnined beame a hir'd r of i lhtvheir pis Ipichs, nd as far haml as last 'I'htiur dmay fortnight forwarded his resign? lion ns a. memb ,r of le Y-;?o ;ville branch P.L.C. Thto pt'isoual pupnll 'ilty of ('r. J, n kins, larigely dmIi to his rpnti tion t , i, Coni i(inil. tlus puhliu mattI all a simiighl?t6gmr ...

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