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CRICKET. EAST VIOLET TOWN v. WEST VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

CRICNiET. EAST'; VIOLET TOWN v. i-WEST .VIOLET )TOWN.: A cricket iihatch took placi n Wednes dlav afternoon last, between the employvs oef East isd West ' \iolet: Town, :nud resulted in a win for the rising sun by 13 runs., Now that the husiness places of Ches towvi closu on W' ednesday afternoon "or the ihalf-lholiday, it is to be hoped that this won't be the last of these friendly :onttests.- Appended are the scores : W F.sr.-First I lings, Iar tshorn, b '. rogan .... 24 Dli witt, , Neil. : 'Thomas, c Loton , b Neil ... ... 10 Alleyn, b I'Shane ... . . ... 0 . -Valker, c Beggs, b Neill .. '.:'. 1 art, b Nel ... .. ... -e'okes, c Beg , b Neil A d.l'Kenzie, Greogan .. .. i SLuncombe, b Grogan ... 0 ). '1Kenlizie, h (rogai 'o gn n D). 1'Kenzie, c Samiell, b Neil., 0o Barnett, not out ... ... .. 0 Byes ... ... ...... r.; . tel "... ..T .: liowlingaverae:--Neil, 60 balls, 19 runs. 2 nm.?dena? wickets: ;I'Sliie, '18' bills, 26 runs, 1 wicket; Grogan, 30 balls, 10 runs, 4 wickets. EAr.-F...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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[?]ampionship [?]orld. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

mp?ouulip orsd. EATTERSON. for £200 a-side and 1 of the world was rowed mpion course, Parramatta Friday - fternoon,.; between I and Neil Matterson. :The lot excite much interest;ibeiig as a foregone conclusion in favor .e holder of the ,,championship. ch was a strong favorite.at. the start. eth men got away on even terns, rowing about 38 strokes a. minute. Matterson went:away with> a slights:lad; but when they had settled down Beach, by a few powerful strok'es, drei'-his boat level with his opponqent's, and" passing Uhr's Point he had a third of a length to the good. Fronithis-point to tile finish of' the race needs Ibit little description, as Beach had the race entirely in his own hands, and, rowing a fine sivingingstroke ihe increased his lead stroke after stroke. ,Matterson made one or two feeble attempts to decrcase the distance between the boats, bult ?leach simpi13ly played ,swith hini, and rowed leisurely!,iomoe an. esy, winner by dozen lengths. Time, 24fii lls. It a slow ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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STRATHBOGIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

STiATIBOcGIE RACES.. bo b ;+The following hit:tlidnoi??oiinations and weights for the St~athbogie 1heis :tcuanu FAitsnMits Pmifis m a . . d W .. V ney'a brown g Salidini ag d;' Bertie, 8st lOl. '.' " :'Bullock'sc 6g Sarin ?ii, ., l.y InA flid, 8st 411). W. Hugg's br " 'In er'ell' 56lyars, by Smluggler, ?st 101b.:::? ! v!:: xo en' :.V.' Hogg's gg Mosnsiuetr; 0ageil;I0stt21b A. Ho4g' Snowdeo; agedl -lOst.1016?ýF' J. Cain's ag WVanderer 'agd ;10.7 t 711n S:: Stewart's c'g .Jack of iClubs;l lEghd,. by King of Clubs, Ost 121b. .dx?e n: . W. Bullock's a g Saracuii, sagd, byL'n fidel, Oat 12lb. ; 21 ::,r. , W. I ambell's g i Little Nillpi 5;yeara: 9 s t .7 1 b . ' 1 : r , t ": . ' , " , ".h , ::u ,ti . C. Wllinam's g g Little John, aged:1n " " TIIAIIiBOOIE" HANDUIICAP C. Williamns'.bay um Geralliue,aged.8st. W.'Viuney's brown g Saladin, aged, pby Dartie, 8st. W. Ii. Haley's bay g Mockling. Bird,1 aged, 7st 12lbi. . :. Wood'.4 Tlk g' Bertie, aged, ast 91b. IW. Bullock's.c g Saram n, aged, b...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LONGWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

LO~IGWOOD RACES.. The followikuw are tio noiuiizatilu iatli l vcihlits for' the Litgvwood Handicap : Mr P. McC?rry's blk. g. Darkie lato Ncvor Mind, aged, 8st 41b. bMr, J. Miller's c. n. -13anathea; agod, 8st 21b. Mr D McDonald's b. m;aClaro'e Girl, G years, 7at lb. . SMr H.- Wood's blk. g. Bertie, agedl, i Mr J.'Gleebli's b g. Storm Bird, aigod, t 1l21h. ! Mr J. Cluskey's g. g. Auctioneer, aged, ,[Mr Y. McCluskoy's b. g. Nut Cracker, 5 yers,17st 71b. 1

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

JVIOLET F1T.iOWN POSTPO - separture of yaR4N. !41xn close at .Violet Town Post Office as follom -s:-?.. - For 1tlbuAtnue diily et 9.30.a.mn.,. anti -5.30 p.m. For Tamlergh, Tanulcugh North, (loose :bag); and Camninbo- -Iondays, Wednes days, ann??ri ys. Moiln madl up pre vious night 8 p.lm. - _For. Ml:rrrawcency (loose bag), Boho "loose bag),tiid Stratlhbogie North (loose ibag)- ais m roidavray, 10.40.p.m. r b?rkrria s,{a .ii^ bo0 ca't ing) .-Ionisda.s, Vdrnes1d ys, anit ? pi;ays. -Mails..nadetup prervious.nilgli 8 p.m:

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

... -FOR SALE. TEAM OF EIGHT:: WORKING - BULLOCKS, and WAGGON. - Apply-JOHN 3McCOMBE, . S........ ......Sti-athbogie. LETTS' DIARIES.' ... -- .-.LETTS' DIARIES. FOR SALE At 4d ertiser Ofice, Euroa. Puilic .'0otieces. EUROA JOCKEY iCLUB. G ENTLEMIEN desirous of becomingg ilei ohmbers of the.: "uroa'-:Jockl y Club, are requested to ni4ke iummediate applicatiori to the Secretary,\so as to enable' th iicomiitteoo~to.i ,l .-nl h, s ropr.m?ine for the onsuing nmetina. -.-' " F. .GILBY, 1 ' Hon.'Sec. t O SLEE, OGILBY & CO., :Euroa. 1 GENTLE?EiN,--I hog to tender you my thanks for prompt settlement I received I at your hands ais agents for the South a British Fire InsurEnce Company,' in con-' nection with the recent fire. S." THORPE, Jeweller.' NOTICE. ALL ACCOUNTS due to nie are :re quested to be 'settled forthwith. MIr W. II. Neelands is einpowered to give a receipt for salme' which will be a. sutfi cionit dischlmrge. D. w. BOWMAN, V 1 NOTICE. ALL ACCOUNTSS due to me, remaiin ing ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Jottings from Silverton. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

Joetin g from salverton. Silverton has a beautiful climate 'for about six months in the year-from the the beginning of April until the end of September., 'A beautiful-clear -bluh sky'week 'after week, the -days- plea santly warm, no frost or snow, and rarely a cloud .to. be, seen; but the summer, commenchiing.in October and continuing six months, is almost un bearable, the heat being rarely less than 100 degrees in the shaae during the day, and often 120 degrees. In addi tion to the oppressive. heat, the nume rous insects are very annoying. Flies and ants are innumerable, and to be. found everywhere.; grasshoppers are also "numerous, while] emall insects which" are not worth a name are in millions. Spiders, centipedes, and snakes are also frequently met with,and greatly assist 'to make matters a little lively. The population 'of these fields consists of miners and business people. The miners generally live in tentsor ' dugouts," 'viz., an excavation sie feet deep and ten feet square...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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How we went Christmas Carol Singing. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

This twas no ordinary occasion, you may lbe sure. ,.We .were Cabout to try our skill 'as "'Waits." Years befoie there had been Christmas Carols in our little village in lHampstead; but theo practice had fallen through. ;We ,boys,-howeveri deternnined to revive it, andl'WVlters, oiur iidpil teachlhor drilled us inl some hylnus and anthelms. Christmas Eve:- was, a. splenudid night, alld we set off..: Presently, in the cold, clear air the fine old carol, Christisns,awake,salute the happy niorn I" resounded throughout the village street, and many a head appeared at windows, and many a liaiud showered half-pence. After.travelling all over. the town; we started for the -iansioli of" Sir" John Douglas, some two niles distant. "It was a long way to go, but then, as Sir John was the patron of our school, we could scarcely o'verlook hiin?. ": It will be no use goilug to the. park gates," said one of thbe-lirty, "'because they'll be locked,. and the lodge-keeper snoring." "How are we lo get in...

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Co[?] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

The followin principal events Eurom on-Now-Y o00 yd Bloomfield ·. ; icratlb' D ll ... :. ", Hart- 3 '7 Howell;.. ... 4 16 Mooro8... ...... 6. " 8 O'Donnell---- ....5 12 u t . 5 J . r. ; lI Connmolly ... 12 17 WiSGdti' r. " 7 13 '18 t * "n*1 tt .13 . r21 Collins.;:. '(i 7"13 21 Shoveltou ?...,r I". "- 14, 21 . ,?" '. , 8-?AiLs-HANDICOAPýa F. Lyon , :{ -. . "4 " sc?ratch R. Moore " ""'. 20 yards' O'Donnell ,, Luke . ... .... 70 ,. Hard ing,. .. .. 80 ,, Boshall 100 Joblso ly ""' 'v'At:, ...... .·.,,. :.,,,. +tn d'/,z,,++a+,, ! ,,?,.,l .+ ",' :.+, Boom. ..l . ... scrtch Paroi .1 " ~"f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

MODEL2IO tuGING HOUSE, '.ING .STREET, ,IEL1;OUR?-E. ,EsrAsusiteni 172. OFFERS'.th .best Accommnodation for Visitorstrom 'the Country procur able in the City. llrs Is, 9d, ?ndl Gd per Night. Every Convenience. for te. coin .fort of Lodgers. . J.' WATKr s, C Superinteadent. Tios. McPLnE.ISO N O. FEnWICK, -Directors. ."Jo. BLrn, )J T. H M YL E, S(Late LniL Of.ficr,, eyiour.) GOcVERNMMENT. A" ND GENERAL .AUCTIONEER, :Stock, Land: Insuirance .an?d Geneml Commnnissioi, Agent, SSE Y MO TR IBusinessof all.kinds ..with the Lands De.partment Conducted. - Agent fori 11.oyal Fire Inisurance Company. .?oolnial Miutual -Life Assurance Society, ' " (LimiteL')' WA 01R D IN SEASON. Twr.ty-eight' cara'?ractico in this Colony On SPECIATL..DISEASES Has given Dr." I ?h-L SMI T H The' 1 osat Thorough Knowledge Of - :Disease in all its Intricacies.l IN ENGLAND :' - IewasAssistant to the-' Greatest Sy?ihilographer in the Wotld. DR. ROBERT .5JAMES CULVERWELL, London. S Thus, in visiting : DR. L. L. SMITH ' ...

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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

M;micellsuneoaus Items. It is reported that payable gold has been discovered by two VTctorian diggers at the htead of the "Histings :River, :-ew South Wales. So impressed is 1Ir Samuel Carter with ,the value of irrigr.tioli 'in' the i'; iniera district that he has decided to experioment upon rathei an extensive scale it Wahner, and irrigate 10,000 acres. Rev. ?Ir Paton, who has just.returned per Potosi, raised ob less than -8 500 min Great Britan ; £G,000 for a new mission .ary vessel, and £2,500 to provide for the .support of additionil missionaries in the new Hebrides, two of whom will follow him to the colony next April. - .Krupp'. newest death-dealer is il126-tion :gin that kills at nine iuiles.' In Genoa the policemen wear silk-hats ;and carry silver-headed walking-sticks, There is . lead miuins in the' Hartz (Gennany).district that- ias over 2,700ft. in depth. it isas customary iniEngland to applaud the preailies:d ifi the pulpit two hundred years dao ...::.. " :. Twenty 3 car...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

ý_ l ArriýaI J d t MEiII )LeII.n 'rive T Violet Town Post Oflice -as follow. :'..Front Mebnnriirn duily 10.35 a.m,, and 7.20 p in. From Tmnmll..n Ii T unleuigh Nor th, anld Cani;runbo- Mond;U ys Wedneisdays anid rfpirjays 4..o I, in. Fironim mfrrnawceioy, ,l1oi, ain-l Strmth bogie Nuort- Tues days, and Fridays, J6.0 In 5 'oim GowImn"'mrlie,-Tuesdays ,ial .=Frida; ;,10 1 ii Fron B. *ringtoii , Caniaibo-Mon hy, Tue ayvý, auid Frmihya, 4,30 p nin`

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Execution of Louis Riel. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

E-xecuton ol 0 ouis Riel. After a reprieve of eight days, "Louis Iiel, the leader of the Canadiain half-breed rebelhoi, wais hLanged at Regina, in the North-Western Territory, on November 16. Extraordinary precautions had been taken against a demonstration of his par tisani at the :scalffold.: He made n lwech to, the ferw soldiers and: civiliiins -who were admitted to see. the execution:, rThe final words that escaped him as the -drop fell were "Merci,' Jesu." He died i completely self-possessed. His body w:as tempor?ily interred at the;foot, of tihe seiffold. Some hesitation is felt. by the: Government in transferring it to Winnipeg, as Riel desired. A half-breed demonstra tion is feared at the funeral. When the inews of the execution reached Quebec, the excitement'wasalhnost byond restiaiilt.: Flags were draped with mourning emblems and many men donned crape. The city ~ouncil.of Montreal adopted a resolution: to adjduri, "as 'a aprotest against the -odious i"iolatioi of lao, justi...

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Violet Town State School. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

Violet ,Town' tlite'. ; sool. The distribution of prizes in connection with the Violet Town State school took place on Friday last, when a very nice selection of books was given to theachblars for general proficiency and regular attend nuce. As a'rule'tho chliildien'attend very iell, and for the fyturo, if children are absent not more than three days in the half-year, they will at:the end of the year bbtain.a prize. for regular attendance. The prizes were handed to the children by H. Linard, Esq., J.P., who always takes a great interest in the cliildren's welfare. The following. were the prize-takers: First clas'--H. Liiscombe, 0:. Grogan, W. Thorn, E. Younge;, M. Croxford, W. Anderson, M. Dean, J. Luxford, R. Sanderson, were awitrded' prizes fcr glod behaviour. Seuond class (under 7'years of age).-C. Williams, S. Kelly, E. Charles, aW. Hill, J. Kelly, M. Sambell aFoso walrded prizes. for regular .attendance. Second clazss, ~irls.-rE. Hoskins, Mabel Cochran, Lilly Hart, obtained pri...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

. .omm erMellTS . - "" "Mr °C. L.' DBEoos reports prices ocallv.as-follo6s.- -. C" Fresh butter-Sd-to 9\d Eggs 11ld ,? .. -,, I.' '~owls, 2'"tc 3s per pair. 'Dicks s peir pair. Turkeys 4s tbo 8 per pair. Sheepskins3Sd to d4d. ' Hides 2dto 21d. Kangaroo skins 9d to les. d. WVallabyGdto 7d.nt Oppossum 2s'Gd to 4s Gd. Bear 2s Oi to 2sd. . Messrs J; E. Handbury arnd Co. re rt: - Prime cask butter, 9d ;'print tter2 prime,,. lOd eggs 10d Sey d to 31id per lbp;iiig' 3dto4 ys, s to 10s Vper pair; fiols, -2s ducks, Ss to. 4s Gd; oppossum o dto6s . ' Gordon Bros. furnish the follow-i port of their lrices Cask Butter (prime) 9O.d. SEggs lld. * Fowls 2s to 3s Gd. Ducks 3s to 4s :: Turkeys Gd per lb.- Carcase Pork 3d to 4d.:, , Sheepskins 3d to'4d. Mides 2d to l3d i.. T'r J. G611l intends casrryrng on his businees in.teniporary.erection at the rear ofm.his pre ous storey He reports as Hay Chaff 4s percwt. ..? d;.) Bir?iii per bu?bel. i Pollard Is 4d :, Oats 3s 3d.?, ; ;?-- 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

AGS ERS, , TR' O. " 0ce. I)VID IUXROA 0., 1iM QUEEN ST., lIELBOkltNE. . G? EERS, -BOILERMAKERSI ufacturers and Importers ot CHINE RY, .7- Have for Sale or Hire '. . SBO B " e er i ýinder. _This machine in its new form 'aai introduced by us last season, and chieved a.rouiierf saueceas. The knot tisnglechanim ts O iiso ii and strong SE that'syote can understand aid mai t?? t,; ndit hs no liability to miss knots, whichlau hitherto been 'o fertilb asOurce ofannoyance and'loss. For th6 .om!in r seaon,: the" elevating cnvases are en 6aged, & new style of reel applied,' nd: many other-aluable improvements intro duced-.: . . . *. IResult. of field trial at L.icofield, anuary, 1884, in a tall,- heavy: erop of - wheat, somewhat green, and with-a good deal: of. undergrowth :--Osborne, first, with 116.5 points ; -M'Cornick,' 106.5; mp~ iby, .102.75;' Johnston, 100.25; Slaiielaon; 88.75.' ;OurImproved Steam ThreshingiPlants, are 'eXprisly designed. for .-prducing a perfect sample from th...

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The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's." WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

r- ."Let all the ei'i thou rib s t at be thy - mt. Cntry 's, - -."Thy God's, nd Trutlasi: . WTVEDýDýSDA Dr:,')E cnfrIiP 2I.w1c7 ?mls?ias' onc more ! Associated with the word are the purest and best feel ings of poor, .frAil, liu an lnature; at its approach all Christendom seems to sup largely of the :spirit 'of the: Mater in whose birth, life, death, and resurrec tion,are, centred th?cfloidest hopes and aspirations which move the clay-begirt souls of.a large proportion of mankind. The conventional restraints, of society .are, loosened ; the flintiest: nature is softened by.the wonderful influence' of the time ;,"the brotherhood of imanis at its perihelioni the dream of philosopher, sage,; and poet' atits nearest point of reahisation.. The possibilities of our natureh at this time stand prominently forward;. Self for the nonce relaxes his despotic rule ; -faces hardened' in the school of: experience, brighten under the. 'sunny -influence dof 'tlio season' tlhe ,hurry and. turmoil. of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

'lshlues s otlc?? ees "COACH PAINTIG, :. - 'J-RS T.:E 'BISHOP' begs to inform the public:thavt laing secured thie . , Services of a '?._rST CL(ASS COACH PAiNTFnR, Having a Large experience in IMelbourne and Syduey,;she. iseniiblel to ffer. SPECIAL I 'D?U-CEM E:NTS. ' To tlioseroqniring their -VERICse ?P tED fl ? orthComingSeason: 'Only theliest Materl: lkept in stock, and all work' done in ady "style to suit customers, and at the lowest price .com patible with good -workmanship. Note the address.: .-: MRS J. E. BISHOP., "'THE". EUROA COACH FACTORY,:;; SAt Simpsion's)" ANDERSON ,STREET, EUROA. W. NEiELANDS 2 H A. ING .secured the Ser ices of a .First-class -Confectioner;, is now prepared to supply TVEDDING' AND CHRISTMAS CAKES, And all other kinds of ' ' CN FECT IONE R Y On the Shortest N6tice. .- Prices to Suit: the:i imene.. R111. H. H. REEVES, teacher of Afusic, c. E TERMS: , Private Leossons witl Tiheoy £1 10 0 Ditto. at his residence 1 1 0 Harmony & Thorough- Bass, to ad...

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EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

EUROA POST OFFICE.., Muii'clbse titthe Eron Poet Office an follows: - , - r -For:.?ooram, -Merton, Doon,. Main Anmple,,and jMasfield at 11 a.m. daily, Sundaa eicoptod. For Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. . For Miepell, MiepollSouth (loose bag), and Karr,,momu, South Mondaye, Wed neadaya and Fridayd, at 11 a.m. .For Shean's Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie, and Strathbogie West (loose bag). cn WVedncedavys and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Balnattnm, - Moidays, WVedints -da, and Fridaya, at 11 a.m. Risgg' Creek- Tuensdays and Fridays, at 11.SOa.m. . For Melbourne uup and down traini, daily it 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up. and down trains, ily, at 5.30p.m.

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The Week's Essence. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

- - The *W !k'MW je'(rENuiick . . The l.:ate Si .Peter Seratchley was iniuired in the Muitfil- Proidednt S.ciety for 7 500". . . . ". Th ew South r.als' Government are about to adoipt thlie ssten practised. else where of running trains for lcng distances, with unlocked'ddors. Two young polic-iiun,.who webt on duty for the first timii on Saturday. were f6und dr~unk ik .niforrin * They -wra leniently dealt. yitihby,a tlne..: : : T, History, poetry, and other subjects' are to be Added io the course of.:free iisitruc tion in ilo colony:.- i: : :; :. ; Edinbrrgh is - '-ribly the most 'thoruughly Presbyterian cityi in the iorld. Out of a total of 181 churches 124 are Presbyterian.. ... . -;B. ron:. Von Mueller, after: :whloni Captain Everill hVas lanied a mountain range in NSo-. Guinea,. has -wired 'isking Captain E-veill' to change the name to Scratchley, in honor 'of the deceased Governor;:' ' - ..; -' " ' - It has LbeLn i'ihiigid that th6,.first malifo be Vaye d 'by the Australian lEle...

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