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Municipal Elections DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Elauielpai Eiectioias; DECLARATION OF THE POLL. On Saturday last at 12 o'clock tie He turning Officar, at the Town Hill, announ ced the official declaration of thfc poll, j There were not many ratepayers present, j The four candidates put in an appeir&nce. j The state of the poll was as follows :h- I Michael Watson ? lb Arthur Shaltespear ... .. 7) John Brijguuii ? 0 R. A. Maradcn ? is Hs (the P.eturniug OfScer) then declared Mich id Watson, Arthur ShaLespesr, and John Bridgmin duly elected for threi years. The successful candidates then briefly returned thanks. Mr. 11. A. Marsden said that altlough ho had baen defeated 011 the present jeeasion, he would come before them again, ll^id he known Mr. Hemsley was not goii^ to be a candidate he (Mr. Marsden) wouldinot have been iu the ccnlest at all. A vote of thauks to the Returniiig-OiTicer terminated the proceedings. ,

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.'1 To Messrs. Calwani and Sous, Coolamundra. Deae Slits, — I have used the Euralyp t Extract which 1 got from you, and aui no' quite out of it. Almost every possible com plaint 1 use it for, including burnt-, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, chilblaius, neuralgia, toothache, &c., ifcc., and I do i.et believe there is any disease it will not cuie. if persevered with, hi ul ccralid toio t lit out or iciilamud throat it is invaluable, having h id personal experience of (he fact very recently. Whnre children or tH'ii adults are b.idly ntfjcted I usually erect a kind of smell tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on die liro, and wheu the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Jiuealypie Extrast into the kettle, and uttach a long tubw to the spout of the kettle, nnd moke (he stuttin play about the paliuut iu the tent. The steim owing to tho distuncc it litis to trav«l, -when it reaches the patient is thus iu a cool form and is ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Queensland Horrors. THE GATTON MURDERS. POLICE FOOLED AGAIN. IPSWICH, Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Tlse Queensland ££orrors. THE GATTON MURDERS. POLICE FOOLED AGAJN. Ipswich, Saturday Niuht. j The statement ef the unknown man that he camped fifty yards from the sceaa of the murder on Boxing night, wheu first made, gave rise to considerable excitement. Public and 'police alike at once arrived at the conclusion that the man was either the victim to a wild delusion, or that ha was guilty of complicity in the murder, and sought that method as a preliminary to a confession. The police put the matter to a test, and soon fouud that the former was the case. The tnan came to the Ipswich police station, forty miles from Gatton, and stated that tha murderers were iu hiding in the Cabbage Tree Mountains, about eight miles from Ipswich. The man himself is a basket maker, and live3 a hermit's life in the ranges He stated emphatically that he heard the shots fired which killed Michael Murphy, and heard the girls scream. Having fears for his owu safety he crept into a hollow log as a hiding-piac...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

CoNstmisBs of Wax Vestas most lie caje ful to eee that they get Btyant and Moy k only, which are the very best in quality and 20 per cent, mora ia quautity than the oreign made wax vestus. Bryant aud Maj 't Plaid Wax vesUs are made oulv in London. and have been awarded 19 Pbize Medals fcr excellence of quality. Every box of Bryant and May's Was Ye at as bears their name, on a whibe ribbon, inside the well known red, black and blue star trade mark. Ask for Bryant and May's Wax Vestas, end dp not be deceived by the inferior article.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

NOTES AND COMMENTS.                 Obituary. — We have to record the death of Mrs. J. Elliott, of Trunkey, which took place on Sunday last. The deceased lady   had reached the ripe old age of 79 years, and was well known and highly respected throughout the district. She was the     mother of Mrs. F. Mendham, of Barry. Her remains were interred in the Hobby's Yards cemetery on Monday, the funeral arrangements being carried out by Mr. J. Reed, of Blaynny. The Coffer Mike. — Operations at the Blayney copper mine are still proceeding satisfactorily. The tender of''' Mr. A. 1 Shakespear lias been accepted for the con- ! struction of tbe smelting shed, aud the. mine j will be in full swing in about three months.. We learn that a freight reduction has been arranged on the carriage of coal aud poke from LiShgow t« Blayney. Wo arc told that the reduc...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Bourke Afghan Cases.—An Appeal. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

Ti|9 Qonrke Citscs.^ Aii Appeal, ? To (?(« liflit'iir. - f —J* 8ir, — You and the readers of yourjournal 1 wj(( have a very clear idf& . of the; general character of the agreement er isting between the Boiirk* Carrying. CompMy, . and tb« Afghans repently brought by it frbm India. That agreement binds tha men for six years, but gives the Cooip.any ths rightto terminate it at at^y time upon a. months' Abtioe. , . ! . : Tlie wages are £24 per year, of which 75 per cent is withheld until the.'ennination of | tka.siK years service, and ia forfeited if that stirvice is not ccoipleted. Nomiually, this leaves the men 2s 3fd per week, but actually they are bound to work nearly two years for nothing, as their passage money, £11 17* lid is, by the terms of the agreement, regarded as ' an advance of wages.' The men are to work on Sundays and holidays. The ration supplied is such as the mana ger shall deem sufficient. Such is tlie character of tha agreement under which the C9mpariy ia su...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Brchistoric Footprints. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

Pre&iqtaric Footprints. Ths fj -ding of impressing! in the eand stona of a .original f:ioc traoka 12^ inchcs { j---ie, an aLo. i^e tracks of an emu and dog, iii t he hei of B.arrijal Cf«ek,'will serve only to d_ t'te surroauding the ori ^iu cc rlje .Vqstralian native. If thi tracks are conaotly ? desoribid, the habitation of j«;r:i)i«t 'iy human buings must g.j back to a tims whoa it is generally supposed only (.!ie exiiri-.'s creatures of the worlds early $&££$ development roauied over the still st*nmj 5-iff^ce, aud left their footprints on the i-.Kiks, v.hicli h%d not yet hardened. Also we chail have to bpliove tbat the b'ack ff.llaiw wiil) the lai'ao-siasd foot, thaii, an mw, nursnad I ha giddy eruu( accompanied by iiis f.iiinful dog. This doei away with al! existing theories of the natives having juijTiifed f.qi}} Suuthum Indl1 Qf Egypt,' Vl'liicb, front the universal use of the baomer ati}T, a weapon whioh the natives of the Peccin aiu said tn use, and which is ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Chinese Wedding. A MIXTURE OF RITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

cHiac^c Wedding, A ajiXTmia of $ites. 4- Formal paper tl^la describes a ? rather jinusual fi}ncfc;on ii) local ci roles last week : — Ad intarestiug wedding epreujony «u per foripud'at South Lead, onSunday, by th« . jisr. STh Ouda'Aii, wViaMiw Sqsie Ah Qua . Wu unitn) tq Mr. Jahun Lee, storekeeper, ; ia fcljs bonds °«{ -watrjraony. Mis*. Ah Qpe Jf Pfre daughter of ll/fr. Ah Cut, an old resident of Forbes, apd for many rears -me of our principal vegetable.! vendors. Tim bride irm attended by five Jaridesnjiida, and was given a way by her |ath«r, nnd flip lqoked yery attractive in. her .silver grey China silk dress, trimmed with white aatiq and chiffon, and a wreath of prange blossoms. The hat was white, fancy ptraw, trimmed with white chiffon, and lilies of the *»llpy. The bride f^lso carried a bou- j quet qf (/h)qi lilies, specially grown for the j pcpagiop, ? The travelling costume was of; navy blue serge, with blue saiin vest and ' Jiat to match. The bridesmaids were dressed j:i c...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

^onicipaUty. of Blayaejr. ' ; TENDERS. ? .JLiii?- :? ? ? ? ? . - . V . / 1 RENDERS are hereby called, . for . the ' li .Purchaseof tb* WINDMILL PUMP, ; as it stands. For full particulars apply to the^ Council Clerk.- : 4 Tenders'; .close',.' on WEDNESDAY], 1st .March, « ; J. CLEMENTS, ' ; Council Clerk.' Council Chamber*, 23rd February, 1S99. In the Siipreme Court 1 ' ; pf New South Vyalei. j- . 7i Prcbato Jurisdiction J , ' ... .. . , la. tba Will of Edward _ I'bick, lut* of Blayney, iu i : ...' the Colony ot.Naw South . W-ilea, Frcaholder, de .... ? c«aeed. ... ' -VrOWCE is her.fcy given .tliat tlie Tliird Ac li counts in the' above 'Estate hnv« tWii day l)Een 6!ed in niy jOffice, .C.hapceiy Square, King . jttreijt.J5y.dney; and all peraooB having any. .claim eu'ifie eui3 Eetate, or . being otherwise interested thereiu. ^re lieriby required to coma iu befuyc ; ne ' »t my 'siild Office oa'sr befoio the Fonrth l)uy of -next, at 11 o'clock in ih« for.tioofl,, olid; 'luspecl'tbe same,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

:,;V:®toinKS.. MES JAS. COYNE desires to sincerely to ' thank those kind i friends who , forwarded telegrams and : letters of condo lence in 4ier late - ^ad bereavement, caused through, the terrible Accident. at Blayney to her la'te^ husband, arid also to those railway employees, aud other, friends1, who: so-- gene- rously responded to an appeal made on her behalf. : ' ; AGNES COYNE

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Business Directory BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

Business Direeloiy BLAYNEY. Advocats and ' Heiald Printing Office, J Ade ^ laide street. ' .? Australian Joint Stook Diuk, oorn'ir of ^ - Adelaide ftud 'Watar , itreeks; H B. iPiggott, ihknager. -? Bak^r, Mrs.' ?Club' ' Efoti jb Hotel, ' Adelaide * ' ; street.' ' Sarues, AiliaStiiakar *11 i liiirJreVnr, Ade-' ' ' laide'ltr&if.\ / ; ; ? , ? Barritt, W.! ».j'watoliinik#r and- jeweller, Adelaide straat. Beddte,-'D.-ohg;ineer,' AddlaidQ atree. ; 'L* 1 Bromfield; J, u d d e rt aka r,X}h tircli street - - Black, G. oarpanter/Blavhey Wait ? . Black, J. saddle -and harneas . maker, ?: Adolaida street . - | Bridgmati, J.uarpebi«r,:BIayaay rWest . ? Brodia, A. eign writer, &o., Oamin street Bradbury, W fruitetsr, Adolaiie street Bull, F. livery Btables, Royal Hotel,. AJa laide street . Bulloch, J.-,. produce -dealer, A'lakide atraat Olark, E. R. butcher, Adelaido street Clark Brothers, millers Olemants, Jos., bakar, Adglaile eire«t - . Oiements, I. J. etorekaepar, Vd»laide^tte...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

-CRICKET. TeapiSjrep resetting Carcoar and-Y. ftl. D. S . (Bl^yoiy). played ai': match at Carcoar on Saturday last, and resulted in i win for the Blayncy boys.by 8 -wickets. Following are the scores : — ' ' CABCOAB. First innings Sad innings E. Brady, l- Marshall .. 10 bDeath., i O. Gufcet, b Death . . .. , ... 3,c, bjDeatb .. 18 W. Sh«ij?ta»es8yfb.©.w.l) Marshall .0 c,. b Marshall. . 15 j. Shaoghuettsy, b' .Marshall ...8b Death . ? 4 - J. Links, b Dcatli ? 7 not oat.. .. 35 Grl^abeater.b Marshall .. 1- b Death.. 0 R. BogerBf b j)eath f . . . . . . _ 6 c, b UaUoa . . 0 B. Louche, b Death.. .% 0 b Million .. 6 O. Bates, o Death . . 1 b McNabb I. 8 S. Healey, b J)path ; . . 11 c,b Death .. 6 X2. Fornor. not put . . . . . . s 4 b Death . . . . 0 , SunWes .. .. .. € Sundries.. 4 68 78 ? r ? Xtf.D.8. 1 Tint innings' . 2nd innings W. Marehal), c, b Healey . . ? .V 32 1i Brady. . . 10 J. McNabb, c Sogers, b Brady . . 6 uot out . . ' . . S8 E. Mellor, c Futper, b Brady . . » . .'0 . . J. Da...

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

CARCOAli. .Alexander, J., cliemist, Nayl 1 . rse , Beaibriek,' M., storekeeper, Bslubu! i slrpet ^rady Bros., butcberSj.Naylbr etrt'et . ByVnes, P j, butcher, Belabnla Btrept '' Ciilleri, Mrs, Royal Hotel, Bjluoiili street, f^ty Bank, ,'jielabuia , street.'' Mr. McDer moU, ma'aAie.r Clark, W., fi!iddler, Icely atrest Cobb, J L , auctioneer, Icely .street ' Coll»ird,,A., furu'iiure w.-irehoune', Naylo:; , * street ,.,* ? ; ' '' ' * ' Ciarlte, tiros. , .ipiljers. Baylor street (J jiii marcia! Ill Uu, iiulaiiulii s reet. Mr. ? Osborne, uiauag(;r 7 Davis-DMs., storekeepers, Naylor' ^ street Dovi'iu, W. J ,' lirc'iver aud cordial m iker, ; Be'.abiila* titi-eet , Fitzpatvick, Jl,.'s;iddli-t', Naylor. street Frieu 1,3., ii lir ires^er, JSay lor street Fos, J. W'., niictioueer, Naylor atreet . HaViho'rne, Dr.', the .Hoajiital . . ' Kellv. Mis., Ktoi','kef-p'.)i-, 13-ila'jula street ' Keuuoritiy, J,; VicVoria LI Jtcl, N tylii' st. Lac, Colqtbonu. and iias'iott, ji.o'icitoi's, BVavupy, Oiruoa...

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Blayney Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. (Before Messrs. H. B[?] and W. Chambers, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

Blaynex Saiill Debts Court . .. ** ' .^WJSostespAV, F«anuA!tx 22. (Bofora Me sri. H. By .-.»es and W. ... ,* Chamlieij'.'j^P.) * IfatB .Wells vy G. H ilirah ; jiragea, 'P^fendatit to £h» '. amount of JE7/1/11, being ior cMli paidancl !-d „s-k'v. '?/. ?/( ~l 'I'it.'C'f. t.'. JMK^ifcTajppeliwia loir plaiatiff, '.inl j^[r. ' ^Lcder iribtt for defendant, , ' s' '{ ] ' X ' £ ',? Mrs» G.'H. i^wt^yriiEe of the' defendant, * deposed to£ljp.gffec.fc.tbat* plaintiff frem oneoftlio * Hoih&s ia ': SydneV kt a^age 6I ^7 p*r ~ *re8'c ;'plaT~ntiff hasgot a child ; I paid her'fare from Sydney ; it tu with the understanding that she in to / stay forl£menths ; :shjBileilt »f fcer'being in i mv tArvinA fflr ahnilt anvjtn mnnhlic ? whan ;«he came to our; place I told herthat I would either pay . her the wages or she could go to the storaiand get .wilt the - wanted and have th'e goods booked ,to my husband ; 'I had no fault to find with lier until a married man came to board with ' us ; I then h...

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LANCHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

\ LYN JHUKSr. G a- k. blacksmith Gu'fc»t,Ormo'i-i, sc i laj'maj'ec Hiy, J.. b;:-i-Usuii U Laabenter, I. J.^or-kecnrr Mile--. Jiiuie^, ^cuer,il s.urukeeper Mc.\uVifie. ft., railway station muster Mc*u\:i2exli., postts «'.«r McClosky. J., LyndhurstArma Hole) i t O'Brien, B. /'Royal Hotel' j Statnnierp,G , bntalier .; -. i \Vlieeier, W', fattflreallV Hotal * j

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

Public Opinion. WHY ARE GIRLS ROSY-CHEEKED IN 'i AUSTRALIA ?' , To tlie Editor. Sir, — In former letters 1 notice soveral of your correspendents ask the interesting -question — ' Why are girls resy-cheeked iu Austtnlia ?' ^ 'This ts a matter of the greatest imparlance to allmem bers of ths fair sex. A lady who I am personally acquainted with has esplained thewhole matter to me in the following words.:— ? ? . Some tiae ago,' she says, 'I suffered very much with pains in tny head and. chest. I was attended constantly by a very clever .doctor. I took his medicine until I was lirtd of ' it, and I tried several other things, but I gradually : grew worse. I could fiat eat, and I became so weak and pals that if 1 tried to aweep the floer I would lave Lo'sit down several times before I eonld finish it. I t was ? treuble for me to do., anything. - If I walked upstsirs I' would have' to tit down when I got to the top for a rest. I had iist^the leasfc. colour id my face or- Itody ; people 'use...

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MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

MANDOaAUA. - ! Anderson, J., tailor Blflok, Miss A., drBBsmalritr Blazeley. 'Miss, dreajnuker . Bennett, T., graeugcocer and ' fraitarar Bembrick, J., stnraaaapar ; : - Oity Bank, Ifr IfaoderolMt manager) ' Clarke, Mrs., atorekeep^?ife'ft4;bakarj Gollard, A:, farnitare anfflj^rdwjire ; Donutlian, ? ,.boptma.lfer % ' ... .' Flynp,-0.,l)uiM#r ? Oariuer, H , railway-station mastarj &reusnger, J , p ilioe eonslaltle Herny, B., butotiar llqg'io, Mr-, dressmaker. Jonai, T., carpanter Kin*. —, Pablio School teacher] tiol^e, Mra.. pistmigtrasi OwitivB , Royal Botel O'Nieil. P., carpe itftr Pears?, J , Red Linn llofcel Parcil1, \V , si Mis ^nll'iaraess milisr ttowl.iu la, 1. U.. storekeeper daimou), \V., fruiterer ^cbmilt, O , coao'iltnilSer/ &aj Btahl, F. 11., Oiiti'asrcial Hotel Willard, Mrs. O. J., dressmaker j ?

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Mandurama. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

Mandurama. [raoM oon cobbebpoxeest.I A meeting of the Teunis Club was hstd 03 Man day evening, when the following oHioers were elea tei: — President, Mr. W. Whitney ; ; vice-president Mr. J. Bcmbrick ; secretary, Miss Gardner ; treasurer, Miss King. A working committee was also appointed. Canon .Hhedden preached in the School of Arts on Sunday night to a larg-j congregation. The illness of Mr. U. Molloy causes.. a great deal of. uneasiness amongst his relatives and friends. It : was thought he was on the way to recovery,' but .having suffered a relapse thore is but little hopes of bis recovery. The work of carting and erecting tho.new maohia cry at the Junction mine progresses . favourably, a large number of men being employed. .. ? ' Mr. 0. Klynn lias obtained permission from ths manager of the Junction mine to rnn.alio.it oil the Company's dam, and on Sundays large ^crowds attend and lias a ride in tho boat, which is thorough - iy enjoyed fay them, the charges .being very .moder a...

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BROWN'S CREEK [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

BROWN'S nSRTiff * Bratllsy,iE., Gjiaral -Storekeepir^ Bur-:e, lire J.. B larding Houbs - Oollinr, T. A , R»ya1 Hotel Olementa. 1. 3*., (r»ti8ral \3torakiapor Osmpbell, J . Tijb.Vbcoiii t Dempeay, W., Hotelkeopar Frost^i Billiard saloon J Harrip, Mrs., Fruiterer Ju lil,: Carrier : - ? Mutton, F., Butehar * ' ilclfarti'ie, J., T^basaonist and Fruitsrwr Pattei-ion, Si, Butcher ; Willroott, Mrs.' Dreasmaker.

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Young Men's Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 25 February 1899

Young Debating Society. ? The weekly meeting of tbe above Society was held in the Wesleyan , School Hall on Monday evening, when the long-talked-of debate on - Woman's Franchise took place. The President. {Rev. A. S. Swift) presided. There was 'a large number of ladies present, who seemed highly interested ih the procee dings, and followed ' ths addresses' pf tho ^various -speakers with marked- attention. Aftsr the opening ceremony was gono through, Mr. Mardardy moved ''That it is desirable lo extend the franchise to women.' Messrs. D. Reed and R. Inch also spoke in the affirmative, and the Opposition speakers were Messrs. W. Mellor, W. Cock, and W. Chalson. After the speakers' ha.d put thsir views before the members, Mr. Mardardy replied. The President then put the ques tion to the meeting (only members voting), the result being that the motion was nega tived. The President then thanked the ladies and gentlemen who wire present as visitors, and said he hoped they would shew their a...

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