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SCIENTIFIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

SCIEV2i12FIC NOTES. Aerating Millk.-Thie Neon York Daniy Commissioner'sa} is that milk can be sent further aiid will be in a better state for use wheun araited down to the temperatire of, the atmosphere .than ':whien hilled :it~d sent on ice. The. process is very simple, and coiisists tirinalldoing. the milk to ruln from one receptacle to another in fine streatis, so as to come thoroughly in, contact.t with. pire air. It slihuld not be doneo ill the burn or stable, but out of doors, w?hero the air is purest. If nothing better is at hand, let it run through an old colan der two or three times. A better arrangement is a set: of perforated pans' one above the other, through which the milk may run. in fine streams. "It is held that tyiotobicon poison is generated in cream fbr the want of propei 'ieration, and' that uenerated milk is the great enemiiv of iifants and tlihe greitccause of cholera infantum.-iScienifi/e Ame .ic n. Cataphorie Medietion.-i The ques tion of the absorption into ...

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EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT A BULL FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

EXTR AOR]INAIi USENE AT A ' BULL FIGHT. A terrible necilent took place in the city of Mexico recently at a bull fight. The occasion (says :a contemporary) was the second Auitumn s?eeting of the .Tockey Club, whichl is generally observed as 'a festival, and a bull fight is one of the most importanit features of the day's sport. Ten thousand 1ersons were lreseont to see the per formance in the ring, attracted by the announcement that G:tininam: bulls would be furnished, and that Zocato and Ferrar would be first ilidl second espldas. The bull fought vr' y badly, and the spectators were mu?1h disap pointed, and expressed tlhe disgust by hissing.- This appears to have somewhat. umnerved Z.cat who, in trying to kill his third ll, was. caught .ia. the :' animal's ins ''aid tossed. high. into_ the_ air. ._.\hejthc fell the bull gorged.himi.as v lay !on the ground, :*nd was witl illiulty driven off. Zoeicte ioas ca ied fromt tihe arena tp:irently deal but later on he recovered and ;cti ned a...

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HASTINGS NEW YEAR'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

MASTINGS NEW ;YEAR'S DAY; SPORTS. The above :sports aere heid: at HIastings.0on lNew .Years Day, there only being a meagre attendance. There was a lengthy programme of 20 events but only Tilting at the Ring and the 7Walkiilg match hillli uWtith satisfaictioin Th' Thistiugs people heretoforo have not been accustomed' to pay for their spoit and preferred to fringe thie out side of the paddock to partinig ith the shilling for admittance. " Compe tition was keen ii sonie of the events. Mr .T. Wilson acted: as starter, and Mr D. ,.T, Hanm as judgoe 'nost efficiently. The follokwing are > the results:-. Boys Race,. under 12.-Sixteen entries. J. Connell, 1st; J.. Peterson, :2nd; M. Meehan, 3rd. Girls daco,' iunder 12.--Seven entries. 1.H Anderson; 1st'; N. Salmon, 2nd; J. Davis, 2nd; dead heat for second place. Boys Race,, under 15.-Seven 'entries$ T. Pickett, 1st; W. Guirk. 2nd; J. Con nel,3rd. Cock Fight.-Prize divided between S. MIentiplay, C. Knox, and A, Londan and T. Mentiply. sTh...

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BALNARRING AND HASTINGS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

BALSARRIRNG* AND HASTINGs RACES. 1Thc anon tils nmetilg of this club tookl place oin loxiiig Day the attend autcO was not so lahrgu n s that of lost year neither wasS tie progranine. The dy :s spleimnidil large !ody of Visitors front' n l3elbouIo., ncallne jhr train, owing to ;tllhe dlisostisfctiofin tlhat was given by local lIa:itltietpp1r:s hist -year IN1i F'. lakini the professional hltwli appur amljusted thie weights this seasoll and gapte vrc y ser tisynetion. r Inro aaill toolk the lionlls share of tile riu"is with his strillng, the IleldI, Iludicap ant 1:idy's Ju ccleft being won by thu -ild L -d~sl~~CCC l(ill::~1 1'tj lBalharritng stable. A pitrotest ag-itist Chessie winnoer of the JPoit'R,1tce for having run at an uregistered meeting. lils bom olt ovecir for pitoof. 1r O'Neil the owner of tile second pony entered the protest. Thi services of thile police were relired inll two ilStanelS oE welchinig, l)but the booites " were nont given ilt churgof, or they' woult lone buonr ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We are always ready to publish correspondence on matters of interest, but do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.—ED. M.S.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

CQ?7?BS'POND)VzVC1 . I We are always reosy to publish corre?l?ondeco on matters of intresot, but do not hold ourselvrts rcsplonsible for the opinions exprcssed by or Caurrlopoudents.-En. 3LS.1 To TITOS EDITOR. Si I n'tni oiiolent lha:t iythling which lcai add to the attraictives c s of the many: pli?tiiili?idteriti pl:aces on the ilornington coast will;ho wtirmly isuppoirtetlby?;oin.: I thei'cforo cbring uinder your notice -a s.crious..defect con;oiti" t ill the exccllently ap pointed hotel"frii:,n: 'a3t.ordi:illoc. to Drotnnto . Tihere are no blaths in the holioss... My host at M3forninigton ex cuseLlJths.: wanit, on - the6grotiiid "that tlhe Shire Council haid rcftused to allow houn1 to pirsid sualt ltiter baths in,his hotel; because by so dtiij" i t' . Wrould interfere with an iold edtsiblishdd biisi nmss." Such a plea is us senIseless ias it it is,solfiish.. Those a-iuý gb'foi" se:a baiting will continue to b.tthe in the sna, and those who ar'a cond:6l ined to a daily disconmfor...

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FLINDERS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

Hurdle - ? . e.Ph?o?ili 1st; R:.anger 2nd. : 'H?dicap-Zoo lst; ?ild W Hirry 2nd.;',? : Bracelet-Zo.o 1 ost; Harpooner. 2nd; Slin Jiun A.t i dinincr pir.giienl at'.the resiidciea :f olic of ouii ?Si'iet v:l.:ldies on hrist iniis nigit, it ais ohiscri e byti th ostess thal i ladls present li ii!d no siinow fto hri ; so, itl e`the uller's? attent on is - ualled to the I cta 5He rnplhed ;,n a stage room-"' ";fum, .wh;ri =tlihe Fast ladvs'o =that na me was ier welost ason~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

AN INTERESTING LETTER ' ?r A WElaltKEOW SPECIALIST. - T . JAMI D..,. LLEWELLYN,, i bo o duoly . Qualiienl t'~nds ln-istfirid by' the redieal Ieoards of `: itoric and Stew South \Yales, bInsoaw that- by deairtine fromn the usuld routine of praefle and deron'y himself eonlusirely toe a speal ,nchne, thich he i:fa done for snle tule, he is not strictly oolloini tile patb? of prafessional etiquette but, as a conaernr le brnl of the proletlon are stilt,' diysladg o sganal-old aloof from any'eone bf~lthier 4 ho w f! letr e arnerith manhi ne i th utnedonh y re allnintes aidl In terlljt?iltdical Scptiaolie does ?ti .-euitate to rennrt to whit he considoers leyitiint: nlentil fo tre pJAME pnSeLdisiaeWt *nln eli~Nl a is: tri? et?i og ain lfr oi ete?id tl on. onio?taehee1i' th yclflil l t t?ttoonit p~nreferene to the qnatk. "~e o ? fn The true rl?nrcnation of lqtaiehcryibelongo to hse ohaon-les atir'nol rcen a Eh.,-h.lnbut a partilef of Inediril tvslel-e .rc titotlf Coloii, lathe humbleltn dep...

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[?]PS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

ow tl e riminiscences of 3Mir Fare.-P have beeilipublished, I :an loot- k with some satisfaction, to iyse , at least, at: the prophesy that ?iv r tired on, inthe; coilminsof the San vil a niontli or so ago. As L foret -Mrl:-HareO : relates fiiiiaiiy events of great and geneiral interest t to Victoria, aid the share that he took: in the maum adventures: described by t •him-lshows-that'he was' aiiitffi'?'if iire enterprise and "'go'" bit'iti is a pity I that such stirring events should be related in a cride. and: uncultivated tyle suclh as ,a school boy would'be phippe'd for. Autlther serious blolt is t the egotism, so manifest throughout., and which prevents, the writer Idoing i justice to' thersi who were eingage~ with him in many of the mbat un portiitit.: iiid critieal' eebints of his career. Mr IHare's expedients for catching the Kelly's were'the laughin stock of all who had experience of ' bush life. Wherever he saw a rugged mountain, ;there he' felt suire the Kelly's were to be...

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CRICKET. Held at Flinders. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

lcid lit Flinders. A Iatch. was played Ilst saturday betwceili the ll Arulkston alid Morninig ton State Schools :~t Ml'lningtbl, which resllted in a will for I'Frankston, an inmings and 11" runs. .B']axter (12), A Box (31) aid R. (eenm (18), batted well for F'rallkston, while Schleebes (17), C. Kirkpatrick (1.4) and.. 'J.enkins (13), made the best for tlh Ilollle teal.C .S.l'%lihLll V 'OS -S.1O KIifi?. T?The :*annualll mlitLi betw1ccen the " lovers of the fragrlllt weed" and the "anti-tobaclonits" "ire;uilted in a' will for?the lattel by 4 r1ins. 115 1ic Was a large gathering of Interested spectators' from'-aIl iparts of time "dis tric-, the brigllt costumllles of. tle ladies lendin lll ch'arln ti) the scele aIs well as to tilhe cricletelrs theliislves T'Ill'h1 was ani excellent dislil:vl f genlillne ,ricket on both sides. : Fi" the w'iI(nners H'. :W n rlell'it splciiidly' to .thel,;tluie of 52,1 . " ell!grave playing aI stullborll gSlOc ftlr .-1.. The.lc twol bctweeic appe~lired. t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

Re~reiz cone!OiAight io JnhiA'e X>" Vire.; T A k COMAN'. THE ATINAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF - AUSTRLAIA, - (LL1[ITED.) ..3 iLAiOFFcIlCEu 1/.0 D Corner of COLLINS AND MAIRKET STREETS, MELBOU,. E.. r .r 1,,.DIEPTORS: T7nu do r, i.1Ft~IsA, E J.P. Chi ii4Uii~(. TMOel AbST~xEourEsq.,J.P.h, Tic-hiia. l~elboiirne)l ql ý ý G. D. CARTER, Esq., MI.P. How. C. J. E1INTOML;'.C . . LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF PREMIUM. . R Bush Fires and Gas Explosions Cofecredl "ithiiti Extrn.-Char e. ! ( f . ' ILLIAM fjIACEEDIE, Agent rt~miL.u;I: Enou. A. Secretary. Agent f or orniugton--. E. oTinxr t` ' < a ri, z; *4roflessional. ir [CARD.] A?;? .;H'. STURDEE,"" ! SURGEON. I(Successo t' Dt . ATmIus.) "TATIARA," .BAT STREET, FRA NK S,TO,N , lie oay also. be Consulted at S HSTINGS i~ Mr. Cooper's Royal Hotel every Woinesday between 11 and 12 -noon. A*: " Alsoait / SOMERVILLE' Every Monday, between 2 and 4 p.nm., at Sthe residence of ist. Tios;. TIIORNELL. " OUS ,iT.lT 1l .OIM E toAILY) :i Dr. SCANTLEBTURY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

Bootmakers. , Fra? .sto?, iiBot ,Waireiouse." JREYNOLDS & CO, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKERS, PLk&'.s STREET, FRANKTO. . " ' nd at SotR?aVILLE. ' L n: - ARE l ?iried Staoe f Ladies ---..Boots: of.ill-Descmtption riiiade?to Order. BOOT AND' SHOE 'WAREIOUSE. :;! MENŽTONE PA 1 DE, METONE S OOTS 'iand SHOES mat?de to order; i? - lepuirss: 'Netly Excecited; Ready - asloBoptsi and Shoes Belw Moelhourne. cPriciin o : e; ? C: :tioneeis aid state AAgentso . T SHIRT OF TC E RIifl REGtO Uli rf CiO ? ISS.I O !?RITCI E -& I ; CON? : onf?elbotrne and F pitoni-?nor ~ 6e~alAuctionente t o ourn, s'; now p:r.parer?rd.?N d, A uection, , : : le o-f? . i, ousad EsLtaies, At~cB s,ur 'b :-.L? -'-o ..?l l 5esa:sAd-erts":? d HORSES . . iTTLE, &c, ALSO L.,L1Nl HOUSES; FURNITURE .,alesConductsea hy their Anctuonee is;: "-:$= THOMAS RITC, IE&,P, ILr •? i,?oU Ao " nt" Saes Promptlc Rendedie .~ GA BCosrtgin tr as.Lii Head Ofce. .SHi H .LDET YELBOU · t t" conjunction with the princip...

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Mornington Standard. "Not timidly, nor rashly." PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 3rd JANUARY 1891. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

"Not timidly, nor rashly." YUBLI.iED3' RVEIYM SATUIAY 3rd'JANUARY 1891. Br the time this issue seaches our sub scribers the sands in the hour glass of time of anotlier year vill lii c run out. To the young another year towards their prime, to the umiddle-iged miithcr year town::rds their d]ecline. lhow loing a tune to Idl to look forward to, how short a time to lool back uponis every eJr: 'To th best of us regret for deeds and errors of commission as well as of omissioni At tiis tilnib"it may be opportune to take note of the progress of ourdisttriit, and to touch lightly and briefly upon the: principal occurenices throughouit the colony; dr Siig the lhnt tel iv-.noths. jint fet. using the coummereial term, otf taking stock, anid showingi ?liero iwe l ?ace progressed and where retrogaded. lii iur own distriet, wel.h e everytherec been progressing, more or les. Sonme of our wealth!y.fellow colonists' haire been expendingl,arge O sums :in the erectioii, enlagidmg, and impioving. of tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

EAF FORTY YE ARS The escription of ahjampler med, by ;which .a comfpe cure of dreafnesrsandnotses io the head of voaTY TEA' W"SANDING 1. Sl just been effected, will be sent FBEEB to a'ltone who aphles to ^J: H: NICHOLSON' 17 WILLAx STREETr, M ELBOXnRSE. To Let. LTEWY. SHOPS in Bay, Street. Rents R duced to iu?ct the times. For particulars apply to J. J. COURTNEY, 'Corangamite,"' Heny street, Hawthorn Keys to view at Mr Grosset's, Watchmaker rlO-LET OR - FOR' SALE.--6nO easy - terms, Three 1?oomed Cottage. Apply GEonoE BEN0TICK, Nolan street, Frankston.. Notices --RANKSTON CORPORATION BATHS. The Lessee desires to tender his best THANKS to the public for their. liberal support, and hegs to inform them that he Ims NOT TAKEN aNYONE INTO PART NERSHIP. MARK BRO Y, ,Lessenr; W ANTED.: A Good'General Servant. SV 12s per week if can milk cow. I I I IS A CERTAIN CU:RE FOB INDIGESTION, LIVER and KIDNEY DISORDERS, DEBILITY,. GOUT, i SRHEUMATISM &o. READ TESTIMONIALS WRAPPED WITH EACH EA...

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A CHRISTMAS EVE ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

A CIIllSTMA\lS "EVE ADlVYEN Machir en: oo coirse, slioke injest, little thinkinig of ihl;i t ;ouldd liaippen bdfoie` thei ight was over. ' '* wlinwll," 'lsaid, ' there .re tiso of iis oil this ocii sion. .iidl I hiup- y?u will conne to thiii resu: if our hbost atthinlits to t?ickl ?d. " Ii'nt not ;i very light sleeper," replied M aclarueu:' but I'll trv to be on'thlie t rvice. So to bd We went;, and l lthoun I lauighied lit afMaelareiis'stor(, I thou'ht it best not to put nii?.lpock'et-iboik iiidl atchli u Inder y plpiow as usual, lest somebody'iiight hapiin;'to op i th.at doir. duriing th i,'e . ; "':t' 'Tliihe tharty suplper we had taikeni co'ibiiing with the effei,t of sittitn over a liua: i si an ilso, I intist coiifess;thi fumesn of the iwino wo'- had consumed; h?l: inide us heavy, aiil in a few, inuutes :.weo i were ,both flst .-I could iot I thliilk, lhie- been cseutli.'moii ' Ithini an; hlour ; ddi?i a ? half ori tao hours whent I iiws inuikeineil oby lien'ri" i'lickit tth" ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 3 January 1891

.POJSO TY.LG K.OTES.: [B ,EslLi. BID.] Racing fixtures for .next week - MONDAr.' "TH JAN.. Entriesfor Mentone races to be held l3th January. . Entries:fdr fNar ' lar Goon races to be held January 15th. Entries for: V.AT.C. ' (Caulfield) to be - held January2'4th. . Entries :for .Williamstown races to be held January26th' : Entries for Geelong races to be held 30th and 31st. Weights for' Cranbourne to bhe held 7th. Weights for Wyndham to be held 10th. S TUESDA,;' 6TH JAN. Ehtries for Deniliquin to be held 26th. WEDNESDATY, TH JAN. Crnmbourne races. THUsSnAr, STH JAN. Elsternwsck Park races. FRIDAY, PiHs JAN. SATurDAYr. 10.- JAN.. Wyndlumn races. Boxing Day of 1890 has come and gone; and that of this year was by no means so warm as on many former occasions, the weather was fine, cool and bracing in the shade, and warm and pleasant in the sun. The glances of the " early birds "skywards were of a highly satisfactory character, the bright cerulean sky, decked here and there with fleecy c...

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SELECT POETRY. A MISSED SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

SELECT PO1ET'RY. A MISSED SUMMER. White rose learvet star the gra zy way She takes a:uong the flowers to-Cay, Her morni'ig task is done; Fronr sapphire skies, through lah i ad Of bending branches, summrer green, Looks down the August sun. Along tihe flower fenced alley floats A melody of blackbird notes, A carol frcom the thrush ; There golden silence touches n". No sound except the waterfall Diturbs ls noonide bush. She plucks a rose with weaey grau ; She drops the rose ; across her face A erndc: shadow falls. What is a full blown lore to her, Fo: whiom no snrumler pnlt,es stir, No summner song bird c;als ? No suunnre-there the story lies, Told dumily by bthose asking eyes, So't. with a touch of fliae Slhe hrd her happy, childish hourse, Her radianrt .Irit:g tirm:r, san and shorwers But surnuler never came. She waited where t te easons meet, SIhe said fa?ewell to chiildhood sweet, Her spring's young blossoms died; ['et when she looked for srunrer glow, With lose red garlands all a ...

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CRICKET. FRANKSTON V EXCELSIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

FRANKSTON V IXCELS105. This match iWas' played last Satur day, and as is generally the case with local clubs great rivalry exists 'and the result was watched with interest, more especially as each club had previously scored a win.. The Frailkstoa winning the toss elected to bat, aid seit Baxter and Sadleir in to the bowling of Cross kell and Deane. 'The wickets fell rapidly, Baxteoi beisig rtif out without scoring, and Sadleir being bowled by Crosskell' with a beauty for 2, Kelso when just about set put his log in. front and retired for 9, Relynolds and Box inade the stand of the., innings scoring 13 :and 27 respectively, the latter showing really good form. The remaiuing wickets fell rapidly..the total being 85. Crosskell vais in good form. with Ins -ball securing 7 wickets for a. siall niumber of -runs. The Excelsior now went to the wickets and it was gencraliy expected that they would easily top their opponents score. They however failed to do this, and only scored 41. Patterson ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

THE young man George Dennison who was so seriously injured on the occasion of the unjsetting of Mi, Peddle's carriage in Hastingslwhen comiing fromn the. Balnarr ing Races onZBoxing, dayi althoigh: still confined at ?1ir Coopers Royal Hotel, to which lie was removed in an unconscious staite, is in a fair waiy of. recovering in a fewl'iys. ' The young ladiesiv. ho. were thrown out on thie. occasion, are nothing the worse for tlieirt fright "and ?the severe shitking. .. :. ;. The lssinister of Customis has declined to accede to the request that ai po wder maga zire be built" at Lan; 'arrin. The war autholrities wanted this., for their -conven iench it ctaimp time, but evidently had no consideration for the safety of the residents' At the p eseoit time it miay be 'safe ind urobjectionable, but if we take the in stance offiaribyrnion it will be seen thit it, is dangerous, and besides that most 'expensive. A meeting of the columitteo of the Frankston regatta, was held last Thursday eveni...

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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

i i,, . t ' .Cl uo. o II Wl;- South \J:. ro * .,, iton, :Worth Rding--W. . Bi. . ?l i ol ".*'t . . Bent.F.Hollie.," i , Sciit udw 1Lg-W iiiib .. idn" ,' Ii.c Vaklo d.Nic ll df irm l ie hue^t1i^ i"i,3x.i&aiFh

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MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 10 January 1891

.21IORiIN G'ON . (niolr ouil OW' COIIIESPO DExT4-: 'Ihe annuali ieeting of?tlhe.. Baxter's ,Flaat1 acing C?lulivias held on TIiesday the .6th inst., at .Kirikp?iricks Hotel. Mhr, C Souter, J.P.; being inthe chair. As a -mphmlienit to. Captaii Baxter, J.P., he wis againr re-elected. president. Considerable. feeliiig v's :'sheeiii over the election of jdge, but eventually Mr A.. Jones was again elected to the position. ',r : Doi bwnward 'agiiin -fill the starter's posti with Mr J. S. Adams as secretary.? Some strong expressions of opinion were given is to the mariner in whlich several ineetings have lately been condncted on' the Flat, and cer thinly not befoi e''the:i:: icil ted, fdi the coarse: is i e'rning 'in' unenivi:ible reputation for bad practices and a rendez vons for all; tlhatt is disrepiutable .and dishonest., Owing to . ihe non-attendance of the auctioneer at the mnionthly sale on fMoni dliy last at Mi Dnggan's. Tanti yards muich ir convenicnce w:is caused to both buyers a...

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