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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

SUMMARY. ' Tlio Hon. John Lnckoy, M.L.C., wns on Tuosday appointed Proaidont of tho Logia Jativo Oounoil. * ? riftocn tlioimml man linvo boon thrown . -j idlo liy tlio lockout .in tlio boot trade at Bristol. y''- Mr. Henry Ilonro, n rctirod English bnnl cor, lino boon declared n bankrupt, with ? linbilitiea niaountiug to bulf r. million^ GteiTui'-, [ .? Tho ly c.il G ivcrnmcnt Board recommends \ tlio diasiiiiifnctiiin and isolation of pntionls i. as a 11:011113 of provontiiig the spread of t ?? iiifliiQiizo. in Qretit Britain. :-':- A qui rrel is roporlod to liavor.riaen botween(f - tho (iuouu and llio Emperor Willium o? Gormuny owing to n wnnt of sympathy on tli/ part of the latter with tlio Itoyal TTumily o^nv tho doath of tlio Duko of Cluroucs. It 'is N; v-......-.. ?? said that tho quarrel ia n aoriouo ono. o The Goyornor of tho Bank of England ' ? states that tho reply uiado by Sir Samuol Griffith on bohalf of tho Quoenaland Govfrr inont in rogard to tlio action of tho Bank of ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

/ r; M. GRAHAM, AUCTIONEER, WILDS MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, ARE Prepared to conduct Sales in any part of the Dutrict. JOHN M. Btt®|KD6E.S & Co Auctioneers ancl Property Agents, Valuators, &c., THE MART, ? ' 3D. CLIFFORD, Auctioneer, House, Land, & Estate Agent SALES Conducted throughout tin District. Agent for Fitc, Life and Stock nsurauco Companies. Argyle gtfa-ccit-. Vale. ALFRED L. SMITH. (Late HENRY L. SMITH,) COMMISSION A B E N 1, and GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 and 120 Sussex-street, Sydney. ~1?0LEY BROTHERS, COMMISSION AGENTS and PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY ALL Consignments received under Personal Super vision and Ready Sale at Highest Market Price Guaranteed. Account Sales rendered promptly, and special attention given to tho return of empty packages. A Trial Respectfully Solicited PUflBJLIC EffiTIKDIB. H. TAYLOR &' SON HAVE opened a BRANCH OFFICE in As AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGKNTS «nd LAND VALUATORS...

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THE NEW PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

THE NE\V PRESIDENT. No better man than the Hon. Joujj Lackey could liaic been found iu tho hulls of Legislature to fill the place vacated by the lute Sir Johsj Hay. Mr. Lackey has both tact and discrimination. He is not a blind partisan, and has never shut his eyes to tho * fact that there are two Bides to most ques tions. But what will most quality mm tor the high position lie is now. called upon to 'occupy is that urbanity of disposition and a flowing oourtesy which ho invariably maintains towards those arouud him, irrespective of their rank or station. As one who lias sprung from the people— the result of his own exertions — Mr. Lackey l^as learnt to recognise the meiits of nH who labor, and with him the man of worth has ever received as much respect as the man of '? mere ' wealth. This is as it should be. \ Australia is a country whore most men are judged according to their deserts, and it is a \ \ country where wn see the nearest attainment v; v to the fusion of classcs which t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

g=»--' . , , ? ? =?— — 8|icclnl Adverfisemeiils. ? 'OfCHARDSON, MOSS VALE, Upholsterer, French Polisher, Picture i'ramer- &e, A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, I)oor Mats. Sc., always on hand. Spring Holler, and Vonotian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. 'COMMERCIAl BANKING' COMPANY. OP C3-^TH-3JirE''S2'. Head office : Geoiuh: Stiihkt, Sydney. CAPITAL ? £600,000 RESERVE FUND ? £060,000 Ukseuve for Equalisation of Dividends ... £150,000 Money receive:! nt Interest and all other usual Banking Business transacted. 10. KVERARD ROW, Manaiikk, MOSS VALE BRANCH. W, H, 'PALING & CO., Established 1853. IsconroKvn'.n 1S83. Mo AgcntB for PIANOS by Steimvny nml Sons, Julius Founch, Ucbcl nnd Lechlciter, Carl ?' v Ecke, The Victor, Tho Bulling ; nnd for the ' world-renowned KSTKY ORGANS ' ^ ' Mnl. Bo o soy ' a li r ft 8 a 13 a n d abP - Instruments. v Universal Providersof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, i MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of — ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

Photooramy. — Mr. Sibcrt, tho well-known photographer, whoso reputation for over thirty years has established hup a favorite, ia now at Bowral, where ho has er/Scted, at great oxpense, a studio, which will enablo liim to turn out work superior to anything in the district. Everybody is invited to his studio to judge for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Pholos taken by instantaneous process. All work beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, or William Jackson_ is in my employ, or in any way connected with my firm. £10 rowa--d will bo paid for information of any photographer obtaining njoney or work in my namo, not legally authorised. Printed forn) of receipt can at onco oatiofy you.— 0. A. Sibort, photographer, Mo3aVale. Head-quarters, Bowral. — Advt. TTVERPOOL RACES, TTUJJESIIlJATro IPIED. ©tfJHr, H891. These Events are Open to All comers. Flyiug Maudlcnp Of 10 Sovs, Open to all horses. Fivo furlongs Tr...

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SIR JOHN HAY'S SUCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

SIR JOHN HAYS SUCESSOR. A meeting of tho Cabinet was held on Monday last when it was decided to recom mend Mr. John Laokey, M.L.O., for tho position of President of the Legislative Council, in succession to the lato Sir John Ha}'. On tho following day the recommen dation was reported acceptaoie »y tiis Excellency, and the appointment ratified. Mr. Lackey was horn in Sydney in 1830. When 28'years old ho contested unsuccess fully the electorate of Central Cumberland. Two years later ho eatered the Assembly as member for PaTramntta, and from tho outsot supported tho Robertson Land Bills in all their stages. In 18G5 ho was defeated at Parramatta by the late Messrs. Farnell and Byrnes, and two years later he succeeded the late Sir John Hay as representative for Central Cumberland, and retained his seat during tho remainder of his career in tho Legislative Assembly. Mr. Lackey was Chairman of Committees during four or five sessions. He has also been on two occasions Minister for Public Wo...

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EVENTS TO COME: SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

. EVENTS TO COME : -.?? SllOWd. Berrima District Show, second week in March. Robertson Show, Mnrult 2 nnd 3. 1892. Crookwcll P. and A. Association, March 10th and 11. , Goulburn Agricultural Society, Maroh-24 and 25.' Kiama A. Association,- Wednesday, Thursday, mid Friday, 27lh, 28th, and 20tli January, 1892. En tries close January Otli.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

SPORTING. Secretaries and other known rctutente of the different loeatiiiei in which uporlt occur . mitt oblige by | tending in particular! at early. at pouitlc afttr tho tctcral erentt.] -? ,

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MOSS VALE v. CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

RIFLE SHOOTING. Mrai Vale v. CamdeX. A friendly contest between the Mosa Vale and Camden Rifle Reservo Corps took placo on the Camden range on Tuesday afternoon las', and resulted in i win for the home team by 4 points. Ten men competed ou each side with the following result : — Moss Vale. « £00 600 m, -T'0-* : . - yds yds T1 J. Taylor ,. 19 16 — 35 O.Taylor .. 27 22-49 G, Gissing , ' : . ; i 28 ? 27—55. F. Wotton .. 29 26-55 H.Coleman .. 22 19—41 AV. Jones .. 25 27—52 . F. Bray ,. .. 15 18—33 G.Bailey.. .. 19 21—40 H.Richardson .. 27 20—47 H.Jervis .. 27 20-47 Camden. ,T 503 600 rni Name. ydg y[]fj Tl. AV. liix .'. ; 19 18—37 . A. E. Moore ... 31 28-49 ?- B.' Moore ' ... 26 16—42 A. Devlin .. 32 16—48 B. Thomas ?.. '25- ' 22—37 J.Poole.. ...23 21-44 J. Wnsson .. 23 20-43 J. Porter . ... 28 25-53 Captain Cowper . . 29 21—50 J.Moore.. .. 28 17—45

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CRICKET. KANGALOON V. ROBERTON PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

CRICKET. ICajjoaloox v. Robertojt Park A cricket match was plnyod at Kangaloon on Siturdny last between the above nnmod teams, and resulted in a win for tho home by 2 rnn*. Appended aro the scares Roberton Park. G. AVhntman, b Joe Wills . . 30 AV. Wills, c F. Akors, b J. Keys I H. G. Frazer, not out . . G5 ' AV. Ford, b Joe 'Wills . . 0 AV. Monzies, b Joo Wills .. . 10 R. Nonuin, b Joo Wills . . , 7 E. Porlcins, li.o.w., b Joe Wills 0 J. Ford, b Joo AVills . . .. 0 . J. Madden, b Joo Wills . . 0 R. Evans, b Joe AAllls 7 jj. uote, i) j. wills . . . . o Sundries.. .. ..10 Total ... .. 130 Kangaloon. J. Burnham, b Meozies . . 0 , F. J. Fredericks, b Monzies . . 3 A. Alters, b Menzies . . .,10 F. Alters, I.b.w., b Ford . . 6 ? J. Brooker, h Meuzies _ 0 J. Keys, b Menzies .. 4 W. Keys, b Meuzies . . . . 25 J. AVills. b Meuzies .. .. 20 Joo. AVills, b Whatman .. 1 A. Pritchett, not out . . ... 15 AV. Hayes, b Menzies . . 6 Sundries . . . . . . 42 Total .. ..132 Our Boys (Sydney) v. Associ...

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ANNIVERSARY DAY. MOSS VALE BRASS BAND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

ANNIVERSARY DAY. I MOSS VALE BRASS BAND SPORTS. ! A days sport orgnnisod by Mr. AV. AVado and othors in aid of tho Moss Vnla Brass Band camo off on tho show ground on Anni versary day. Tlio attoudauco wns very fair, but not quite so (iood ns was nxpectod. AInny lnd no iloubt seizod tho opportunity for a auiet liicuie, nnd irono further afiold. In tno nftornoon tlio wonthor bocamo very threatening, mul a brisk shower of rain foil. Somo vory .^nod nthlotics woro witnessed, and most of tho t veuts wero closely con* tostod. Mr. E. Agor had a refreshinont booth on tho ground. Messrs J. AVado and AV. Grogiu wero tho hatidicnppers, Mr. J. Cosgrovo acted as stnrtor, nnd Mr. AV. Varcoo as judge. Tlioso inombors of tho band who woio not otherwise ongngod playod in the p ivilion, whero ilia youthful' population disported itsolf on the light fantastic too. Cricket wns also enghgod in at intervals during tho dny. Ro.iults in the sports wero ns follows : — Opening Handicap, 100 yards. — First Hea...

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STOOK RETURNS FOR THE BERRIMA PICTON AND KIAMA DISTRICTS. A TWO YEARS COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

STOCK RETURNS foii the BERRIMA PICTON aud KIAMA DISTRICTS. ; A Two Years Compakisox. We liivo received from' Sir James Yeo, Inspector of Stock, the. following returns mnde by owners in accordanco with the provisions of the Pastures nnd Stock Protection Act duriug. the. month of Dec,, 1891, nnd immediately below we givo the returns for tho year 1890, which will enablo a comparison to bo made Berrima District, 1891. Horses. Cattle. Sheep Pigs. Returned . . 3,584 26,376 48,821 2,421 Estimated . . 145 905 21 44 Totals 3,729 27,281 - 48,845 ' 2,465 1S90 Returned .. 3.863 25,674 28,121 2,711 Estimatod.. 42 351 1,000 16 Total 3,905 26,025 29,121 2,727 Ticton, 1891 Returned . . 4,012 27,339 6,239 4,065 Estimated.. 138 622 86 ' 93 Total 4,150 27.9G1 6,324 4,158 1890 Returned .. 3,814 23,707 6,201 3,328 Estimated.. 188 723 20 109 . Total 4,002 24,430 6,281 3,437 Kinmn, 1891 Returned .. 7,780 61,515 3,215 10,827 Estimated.. 340 2,492 86 228 To:al 8,120 64,037 3,301 11,055 1890 Returned . . 7,6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

It is repotted that the Dora Dora blacks aro moving towards tho Maoleay, and several of tho Kempsoy police have beon sent aftor thom. Tho death is announced of the Eton. J. F. { Josophson. Certainly tho best medicine known is SANDER nnd SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful cffcct3 iu coughs, cclde, in fiuciim ; tho roliof is instantcnous, In sorions cases and accidcnts of all kinds, bo thoy wouuds burns, tcaldiugs, bruises, Bprnius it is tho safest roincdy — no swelling — no inflammation. Liko miprising 'effects produced iu croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings. Sc., diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of tho kidneys and urinary orgaus. In use nt hospitals and clinics all over tlio world ; patronised by ilis Majesty the | King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at Internaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in I j an approved article and rcjoct all others, I

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MR. A. RAE, M.L.A, AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

MR. A. RAE, -M.L.A , AND HIS CON STI'I UEiXTS. Mr. A. Rao, M.L.A., addressed tho oleo tors in tho Totvn Hall, Wagga, on Tuosdny night. Tho Mayor (Alderman M'Grath) presided, and tho building wns well filled. ^During his address Mr. Rao wus frequently hootod. He attempted to justify his action in the Assembly ou tho vote of condolooco with tho Quoeu, nnd ho attackod tho local press for its sovoro criticisms. At tho con clusion a motion of confidence in Mr. Rao was propoaod by Mr. M'Darn, sccondod by by Mr. M 'Cools, whereupon Mr. Fitz linrdhipco, in a fcnthinpr apeoch, moved an amendment to the eli'oct thnt Mr. Rao's action was n degradation to tho electorate lie ropresonts ; that the constituents dooply regret thai ono of its— ' should havo go grossly misrepresent ;.3 oifeelinga of his constituents, and horobv ? ' ? - vxiui' 'v pathy with Mr. Rao'/ , and that this moutinij — . convey tho amend mont if pnssiV, cellency tho Govornor. This by Alderman Norman, ond carrier, -\ majority. ...

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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27. (Before Mr. F. E. Wilshire, P.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 January 1892

MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Jan. 27. (Beforo Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M.) ? DRUXK AND DISORDERLY. Eli Griffiths, laborer, of Moss Vale, who said he was just then workiug for. Mr. Aloxander Osborne, was charged with hav ing beon drunk in a publio placo, and was fined 5s or 24 hours. For having made use of obscene language on the same occasion he -ras nneu as or nours, ana tor assaulting tho police 10s or 21 diys. P.O. Carpenter said that about six in the evening ho was in Argylo street, when the prisouer came up and commenced to abuse him. Ho said, 'I dare you to lay a hand on mo, orllock mo up.' Ho (witnoss) advised tho man to go home, but bo would not do so, and became vory demonstrative. They fell in the road together, and prisoner struck out at him. Accused pleaded guilty on each count. Borgt. jj owier saia tue man uau not Been on tho books previously. A laborer named Joseph Rend pleaded guilty to having been drunk and disorderly on the previous evening, and set up in extonua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 2 February 1892

I BIT POST. ©EtLGDRaTE© ; ' ' m 5. '5 'n' EHomi'D CuaaBMHaon? 'SHfosai?.-' -v : First quality Tweed Saits, nplendid valao ... ... :? ( J ? ( ; ggjj . Extra rpmlity Tweed Suits, splendid value ... ? ,,, 40s Spoei.il quality Tweed Suits, splendid valuo ... tii- ' ' ' BOa*: ' JVeinier quality Tweed Suits, equal to order ... Im , ,,, t„ |M„, ( 00s' : Esteineiio Navy lilue Sergo Suits, fast colors ? ? ? ? ? |1#- 't' 409 Stair Serge Suits, fast colors ? ? ? ?''.i,' ' „;V ,1;;' 45s 'Flanifel ^»vy Itluo Sergo Suito, soft, light, and dtuable ... ?. ? ?)' 40a 1 Samptco, with dlosramc ond directions for oolf-meajurement, tent Pelt Frm tO. ' ; all Ports of tho Colony, , ' ? ? , ' DflUIB JOC3EG C5 GOr.lPAUVp G?2cnU GIqUBjIqpo, '0Qof«g OtrooS. iSvdDQv. OrrosiiB O.P.o. . U . Ladloa* ond (ShlllUrcn'o PHHlncyt;. Fnaliion Plates Free by Post. Ladies' Imitation Cabbage Tree Sailor Hats, from 2s Od'to 5s, with band Children's Sailor Hats, 53 Cd, Cc, 63 6d, 7s Od Ladies' Fancy Straw Hats and Bonnets, ne...

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BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 2 February 1892

BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY. The following in the order of tlio pnrnilco for tho Bowrnl II. Company V. 1 . January 30, 3 p.m., drill order; nliclcton battalion drill, February 20, 3 p.111., drill order ; comuany | drill._ March 5, 3 p.m., drill order j bayonet oxceioino and guard dnticn. March 19, 10 a. 111., drill order, with great coato, water-brittle:), liaveroacUa with dinnero ; field firing ; wholo day parade. Tho wliolo of tho parades will t iUo placo at Bowral. This tielvico wna givon l^'an old lady to n youug wifo going out to the colonies, and Ipohing for n maid to accompany hor. ' Tako n pio:ty mo my doar,' onitl tho old lady, for ugl.y or pretty, tbo will havo nu ofior of mnrriugo boforo cho has been out a wool: ; nnd, wbilo your ugly girl will say 'Yos' to tbo first offer sho gotu, nnd loavo you, your pretty 0110 will bo hnrdor to please, and will cny ' No ' sovotal limes boforo sho will con oout.' A sensation has boon caused in New York by thc'tlisclusure of the fact th th...

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NOTES BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 2 February 1892

NOTES BY THE WAY. A member of tho Moss Vnla Council objects to Mr. H. C. Hose's candidature on the ground that thud gentleman has no stake in the town, Mr, llose, on being interviewed, remarked that ho lmd always hud stake chlier hero or, at Bowral. After reflecting for ft long time, and looking up a number of dictionaries, we have come to the. conclusion , that Mr. Rose meant 'steak.' What price . .... . V , . - - But, joking aside, we hear too much talk nowadays ; about1 ?' vested interests.' The words, are' more freque illy than riot words of ill omen/arid signify public robbery.' Vested interests often mean the aggregation of largo estates into a few hands to the direct injury of those who could put tho land to much better use. For our Moss Vale Council we wjint men of good character and ability, with something of a local patriotism. There arc plenty of men who do not possess a foot of lund who aro yet very zealous for the advancement of t lie district in which they reside, and ...

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CAPTURE OF AN IRISH SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 2 February 1892

CAPTURE OF AN IR18H SNAKE. A corrospondont writoa no follows to ti London papor : — Notwithstanding nil tho I efforts of St. Patrick to bnnioh noxious vor min from tho Groon Islo, a vipor, 3ff. in longtli, lino boon found near Dublin, nnd io now ctifoly lodgod iu tbo Z'io of tho Itiah capita!. Tho presonco of n armko in Ireland in not nltngethor a novolty ; but a roally patriotic Irishmnn will moist that tho ropttle | htia boon imporlod by oomo Snxon jokor, and that it io nu undoubted fact that onakoo, toado, &c , uiniiot livo in tho Iolo of Sainto. B 11110 time ngon county Down naturalist imported half-a dozon vipora to provo or dia provo, thin bolief, nnd it is just within tho bounds of probability tho ono recently cap tured ia a deccondoiit of tbo counly Dawn vipers. At a meeting of tho liant Kinmn Council recently a lottor, no:ompnnied by n roport, wan roceivod from tho oecrotary of tho Board of honlth on tho oximinntion of tlio dairion in tho Kinmn district. Tho roport ...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 2 February 1892

LOCAL ITEMS. 43T Read tho Auction Sales in this issue. Ill our advertising columns to-dny Capt. Walters ahaouees himself as a candidate for tlio Moss Valo Council. -?-? ' v A meeting wilt held' on Wednesday Jtombrrtw) with a viflw to forming d' Moss Vale branch of 'tlio Ministering Children! League. ?vontv »?????? havo bjen juit added ' 'to. They ineludo fiction. . ' gK bro\ SSk Eug!&iia\ schoolroonk day afterncM represented It has' bo/ land baznaW and SStlrinsVv Society wilt tok. Friday week, wliiv Messrs. Pitt, Son, 'u.. ?-. _ iu the Vino Lodgo estate oV hist, but tho attendanco was did not reach the reserves. Tno dViu-,, back to Sydney preveuted tho attendance'^ from the metropolis, but having such exccllcuTialTiT' to offer, Messrs. Badgery will no doubt do business privately. The Rev, W. A. Lecch informs us that the next regular meoting of members nml associates of the j N mistering Childrcus League (Bong Bong branch) j will be held at Mrs. Youngs' residence, Nansloe, at...

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