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Forthcoming Sales. F. & A. GLENNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

Forthcoming Sales. F. & A. GLENN1E. On Wednesday, 2nd Oct., &t the Moreo Show Ground, at 2 o'clock, Cattlo. On Wednesday, '2nd October, at 2 o'clock, on the Moree Show Ground, 127 Store Cattle. On Wednesday, 23rd Oct, at their office, Heber-street, Whalan Estate.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Moree Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

Moree limit! ICosu'd. i-ho following nro tho cases to bo (lo.lt wiih at, tho pi'osenl sittings of tho local Lind Board Sepikmukr 23iui. Conditional purchase! and loancj for cou siilorution and appraisement. u ' 01 ftGOa, Conlirmed ; ront Oil. J.Moany, o 1 01 11, U20a. Confirmed : rent 6d. ' J. T. W. Scott, c 101 12 meo.i. Con tinned ; improvements valued £8 13 ; rent Od Al. A. Jurd, c ,.U1 l.'i, flUHa. Continued. M. A. Jmd, o 1 01 13, lBSSa.. Coiilirmeil ? rant 0d. ' L. J. Jurd, e 1 01 10, 101 la. Confirmed ; improvement* valued at £40 17a lid ; rent oid J. fchasv, c 1 01 '21, J871h. Conliriuod : rent 6d. L. K. Keen, c 1 01 7, 1 13.1a. Confirmed : rent 5d. ' Seitkhhek *J4tii. Conditional purchitwH and leases for con aidoiation aud appraisement. M. .Jurd, o pOl 5, 233.1. Coutirmod. M. Jurd, u 1 01 5, 6D7a. Conlirmed : rent 01. ituuii, u jjui w, .)^i. v^onnrmod. A. S. Keen, el 01 0, 900a. Continued ; rent 5d. 11. Jurd, c p 01 S^OJOa. Confirmed ; im provement £2 2s. H. Jurd, e 1 01 1, ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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JOURNALISM IN THE SIXTIES. Good Old Times. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

JOURNALISM IN THE SIXTIES. Good Old Times. Robert Buchanan describes his earl; . ontrance into the field of metroDol ' journalism thus Cliarlos Dibken ' tho reigning king of literary Lon,ll'S and his young lions, headed by r Augustus Sala, were beginning t,',' 0rKU on innumerable Cockney journal, r°?r was the average literary man of ,1, „ ' days, tho buoyant Belf-assured mi,,'; ': tho manners of Thackoray und J)i .L tnat most amazed me ; for he n,„ ' : never to havo read a book, or to l' possessed any idea beyond the id r grinning with affected bonhomie tl,r°a , a horsc-collar, or to bo capable of ceiving any literary influence sphere of his own little clique L ' Ho was for the rest, very 1,JU(1 vory vulgar, and too often, v.-rv . - ' He Bwaggcred and swore, claw 1 friends on tho shoulder, and ? sut !s, his own enemies and those of 1,k J'., Ho said 'smart' things, wliiM. i'r' admirers quoted and printed. 1 'I do not wish to sugnent moment that I, tho bumptious nev.' comer from Scotl...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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ACHIEVEMENT AND CAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

ACHIEVEMENT AND CAPACITY. Great as have been somo men who died young, who knows how much greater they would have been had their lives been prolonged ? Might not Marlowe have rivalled Shakespeare? Yet possibly Byron had already given us his best, and Shelley and Keats might not have surpassed their early nfinrta. 'FT fid thA » ? ? died at twenty-three, there would have been lamentation as over Keats, but Mr. Bailey has lived half a century longer without producing a single poem. Tasso, though he lived twenty years after 'Jerusalem Delivered,' never equalled that epic written at thirty-one. Still, there are men whose longevity has certainly stood for much. Michael Angelo showed astonishing precocity, but he owes to his eighty-nine years his great renown as a painter, sculptor, and sonneteer. Voltaire's fame, again, restB on the entirety of his writings, not on any single work, and on the literary dictatorsnip with which age invested him. Cut off twenty years of his life, and hia fame ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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THE OFFICE OF TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

THE OFFICE OF TRAGEDY. It has been said that tragedy purities the affections by terror and pity. That is, it substitutes imaginary sympathy for mere selfishness. It gives us a high ] and permanent interest, beyond our selves, in humanity as such. It raiii's tho great, the remote, and the possible to an equaliiy with the real, the little, .1 and the near. It makes man a partaker ? with his kind. It subdues and softens i ♦ lin ?InKhnrnPaa nf liia n-tll Tt toil^lu'^ him that there are and have been othei n .] like himself, by showing him as in a s glass what they have felt, thought, mui done. It opens tho chamber of ihe ^ human heart. It leaves nothing in- J different to us that can affect our common j nature. It excites our sensibility by J exhibiting the passions wou*;d up to the | utmost pitch by the power of ima/jina- » tion or the temptation of circumstance*, | and corrects their fatal excesses in ^ ourselves by pointing to the greau-r | extent of puffering and of crime to which |...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A GREAT SCOTTISH NOBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

A GREAT SCOTTISH NOBLE. | The Duke of Athol is an amiable and domestic but very dignified peer ; he i, known and respected in Scotland ?, ' proud Athol.' He retains much of tiie old feudal spirit, and does all in !»- power to keep up ancicnt customs «i..l Highland traditions on his vast csiai, He is now the only chicftain who nmni tains his own voluntear regiment, or ' Keaerves,' aB they are styled in the North. At the Athol Meeting, the games and dances are arranged in time honoured fashion, and limited to clansmen only, it may not be general lv known that when the reigning Sovereign visits Blair Athol, immemorial custom decrees that a white rose should be presented to the monarch by the Duke of Athol of tho day. A hereditary right of this family is to present a cast of falcons to tho Sovereign, at the lime of a Coronation. Tho Dukes of Athol, at one period, held sovereignty over the Isle of Man, but sold their little kingdom to the British government in the year 17C5. The Duke sit...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Latest Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

Telegraphic. I SYDNEY, Saturday. Xho Houso of Representatives wont again into committee on tho Immigration Rtfltrio tion bill. Mr. Isaacs mover! an amomlmont to leavo it to a joint rosolution by both Houses to dctonnino what persons or raeofl should bo 14 prohibited immigrants,' Mr. jjurton refused to accept tho amendment, i whioh was ovontually negatived on tho I voices.. . A woman has been oommitted for tria on a charge of stealing £70 from the person of a comiriorcial travoller at Tmnworth. Sooport camo into favour yostorday for tho Caultiold Cup, 3000 to 0 boinit accepted in one hand. Hoop Iron, San Kran, Lord Kudolph and Kliinbo havo been scratched for tho Caulrtold Cup. William Box. postmaster at Wrightville, near Cobar, has been arrostcd on an alleged charge of embezzliug £113. James Maalin appeared at tho Nowtown Police Court yesterday morning on a olmrgo - of maliciously shooting at one Kuto . Maalin with intent to murder. The accused, who mule no reply, wad remanded for a ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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INDULGENT PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 September 1901

INDDLGENT PARENTS. I It is the home indulgences of early H life that are responsible for so xnnuj B specimens of the backboneless humam ) ? h There are many mothers of the inuuli;4 » KB kind who have it not in their hearts o B make their children do anything thn EH unpleasant to them. The |9 school headaches are accepted seriot - )« Eg and the lessons are shunted for g in ™rden or that jollj S play in the house. B i unpleasant for little mis*. . ? grinding drudeery of s,a w ^ « g I ing, music is dropped lutsu.* -i i(k jier H taste for it, and it is ^ hcr.4 g inclinations. So « ?'» ; , „mi H . Latin and anthmet:*. the 9 I history. Tho mother nain a _ a , abnormality of her children j B ! and makes that childish ; ? ' ' !? | childish dislike of initial dn-^ . 9 ! measure of their mature requ i n 1 Nor can she correct theni when „ n I wrong. She makes kindly exi ? |S i them and for them, and puts t EM into their own mouths to save V jf jH vain of a frank confession and ? ' £* the angui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

At the Club, In the Home, For the Sick and the Sound, Everywhere, and for Everybody, BOOMERANG BRANDY IS THE BEST. What Price Waterbury Watches? What Quality Waterbury Watches ? Js Coot. «£? Sweet. Manufactured & packed in England. Borneo Cigars, 'Fleur de Darvel' Brand Do not be put o//, see that you obtain the Best Threepenny Smoke 1 Fleur de Darvel ' Cigars. Dr. WAUGH'S [BAKIIO POWDER. L 'Waugli's Baking Powder, T Sold everywhere; f Wash's Baking Povrdor, ? Always all there. C 'WftUgh's best of all, £ Others tr- the Avail; 7 Us .id vised, try it, ^ You'll never deny it, j^ C'OSa maybe S0X&6; 7 Bettor can be none; £ Bost only one; -? Place fairly won. f Or. Waugh's. The best is 'WftUCfli'S, 3 'Without any Haws, I Then use it, because ^) Experience makes laws. 'i Always purest, always TjOSt, J Ever surest, never a pest, j Always safest, unfailing test, j Ever inakest avoid the rest. ** Sound judgment impels, j Even justice compels, j To praise ever louder, ^ Tho fam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

oLibU.JL'U.cl y Night . . and eight following days seeT. . MY ... WINDOWS One Thousand Yards Indigo Cambrics in Light and Dark Navys 6dycl.( 5s lid doz. (old yard by the piece) These are guaranteed fast colours and in 25 various de signs. Patterns of these will be posted throughout the dis trict or will be sunt on applica tion. One hundred and twenty yards White Bleached Table Damask, 68in wide, Is GJdyd Patterns posted on appli cation At Hoadley's At Hoadley's I have such confidence that the ' Nectar ' Tea is the very best value ever oilured in New South Wnles that I ! will post free L-j anv lady who has not tried it 'a loz. sample. I defy any Tea hawker to pro duce a tea as good for ? the money. The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea Is6d The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea lb. The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea Is6d The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea The Nectar Tea lb. TEY IT. In 1, 5, 10, Jb 20 lb. boxes. At Hoadley's Saturday Night . . and eight following da...

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Sport. CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Sport. CANTERBURY PARK KACK3. There was n good attendance ut tho Can turliury Park mco mooting on Saturday. Tho following are tho remits :— Flying Handicap. — Joauct to 1, Kaluiu 2, Ruella JJ ; time, Imin. IS.i.l-. l'.irk Stakes.— Cimleniiaii 1, Ne-rita ' Aliiinali 3 ; timo, Imin, ISsoc. ' Stewards' Milo.— .luamiltu 1. The Kiss 2, ?Ruolla:) ; timo. Imin. -IGsec. Jumpoi'a Flat Race.— Tho Cryer 1, Wilderness 2, I^jniouadu 3 ; time, 2miii. Msec. Canterbury Handicap.— Acetino 1, Gallina 2, SpeechlosN .' ; lime, 2min. ICisec. Shorts Handicap.— H-uel Girl 1, Thrift 2. Myall 3 ; time. lmiu. lTJaec.

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Latest Cables. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Latest Cables. Tho Shamrock II. was brilliantly handled throughout tho second race, but it w»s any bodys raco within half a rnilo from tlja winning post. ? Commandant Soheopor'g ocrqm»ndo hai croiiid'Dia Ollf-mts K)vot»»4 ti pvoueduui iaimi.«.wKMi» ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Done so Quietly. Moree people are surprised — like a ray of sunshine to many a home. It comes like a ray of sunshine. Makes tho old folk happy. Makes the young folk joyful. TakeB the load off the baok. ? It's all donn so quietly. No fuss about it. Was ib it ? Why Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Tho little kidney wonders. What will they do. Read what a citizen says : — ? Mr. D. McCune, Bilo-strect, this town, says: — 'Two years ago I had rheumatic fever and when I got cured of that I found I had a severe pain in my hick. It attacked me vory frequently, and whon it came on I would navo to catch hold of somothing and cling on. In fact it would make a cripple of mo. Whon I used to sit down or lie down or would want to got up these pain» would becomo frightful. I used liniments, but they Bovor gave mo what you might call rolinf. I procured a supply of Doan'e Backache Kidney Pills at Thomas' Phar macy soino mouths ago and those pill.f did mo a vast amount of goud. They began to get the uppo...

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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Church Notices. OFTURCfl OF ENGLAND-Ootober 1st— Tuctilay.— Walton, 10.30 a.m.. Morning ? Prayer and Sermon. Ashley, 2 p.m., Evensong, Prayer and Sermon. Moroo Sp.in., Evensong and Sermon. Preacher, Lord Bishop of Grafton and Armidalo. October 2nd — Wednosday.— Binneeny .Hall, 2 p.m., Evening Prayer and Sonnon. Pallamallawa, 7.30 p.m., Evening Prayer and Sormon. Preacher, Lord Bishop of Grafton and Annulate. Ootober 6th., 18th Sunday after Trinity. Moreo U a.m., Matin?, Sermon, Holy Communion, 7.30 p.m., Evensong and Sermon.— Rev. J. T. Bate, Priest iu Charge, CATHOLIC— October 6, Moms : 'Mass 8 and 10.30 a.m.. Benediction 7.30 p.m. Rov. Father O'Connor. WESLEYAN CHURCH.— Ootobor 6th., Moreo, II a.m. ; 7.30 p.m., Tycannah, 3 p.m. Rov. F. W. Hyncs. Spooial 6ervico n tho School Hall, after Chnrch hours (8.30 p.m.), by Rov. S. H. M'Dade. PRESBYTERIAN — Ootober Gth., Moree, 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m., Rev. G. M. Torbott, M.A.

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Mall Time Table. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Mall Time Table. Abbivam rnoM Sydney, Narrabri, etc, 11.55 p.m. dally Sunday ezcepted). Mungindi and Walton, Garah, Mondays, Wedneinays, and FridayB, 11 a.m. Kunopia Tuesday and Friday, and GH Oil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Goondiwindi, Wednesday and Saturday, 1 a,m. Warialda and Fallamallawa, Sunday andThnrsday (by coaoh) 3 p.m. Bingara and Blnneguy, Monday and Fri day by rail, 4.25 p.m. Warialda, and Gravesend, Monday, Wed. oesday and Friday, (by rail) 4.25 p.rn. Cobbedth and Eulourie, Monday 10 a.m. Bullertb, Tuesday 3,80 p.m., Friday II p.m. Taltnoi Monday and Friday, noon. Tolleiaga, Sunday tnd Thursday, 8 p.m. DsrABTUBES JOB Narrabri, 8ydney, eto., (Offlcs oloaea 4 p.m.), dally (Saturday exoented) Cobbedah and Gnlonrle, Wednesday, 2 p.m. Bullarah, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pm Talmoi, Wednesday and Saturday, 2pm Tolleraea, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pin Munglndl Wnllon, and Garah, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 2 p.m. Gil Gil, Tuesday and Saturday, oloses...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Brevities. Mr. John Varuell Tillet has beeo ap pointed A:[iDg Crown solicitor. I he street cxpgctoruliuu crusade in Syduey coutiuues. A largo number of orl'endera were fined Uat week. llio autumn lambing is estimated to be equal to thst which would occur ia an a\e:age favourable season. The Sonoma, which left Sydney last week for 'Frisco, took away ouo hundred boxes of sovereiguo, representing £500,000. Mr. William l'enn BUck Hungorford has beeu appointed coroner at Quinudi, in the place ot Mr. George Nowland, who resigned. The Pope has had a long conference wit h Cardinal (jibbons on the subject of the io creaso of divorce cases in the United States. The 1'ontilf ia expected to issue a vigorous denunciation of divorce. The United States will come in for a share of the Fopo'n ftt.tRntmn. A nugget of gold weighing 2'23oz., anrl valued at £750, has been found at Kbagoolah in Queensland. It is reported that rich gold has been struck in the Northern Territory, South Australia, at Yam Cr...

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The Value of Scouts. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Tlio Value of Scouts, A step has been taken in India towards rocognising thp immenio value of trained regimental scouts by the sanction of a distinctive badgo to bo worn by them except on manoeuvres and on field service. As yot no official sohomo has been laid down for the peace training of those men ; but the fact of their recognition at all raiy perhaps be taken as an indication that in coutse of time the necessity of very careful training will also be recognised. In tho French and Gorman cavalry the system has recently been introduced, and the toouti are regarded ai » pioked and highly important oaatpo^ant of the regime^ In France twenty men per squadron are selected for tho work, and put through a special course over and above the ordinary courso of instruction in scouting and reconnaissance. Baden Powell in his ' Aids' points out clearly enough that such a peace training is absolutely essential, and ho gives the outlines of a scheme which might well bo adopted into the army, bo...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

OALBNDAK FOR SEPTEHBEE PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. Last Quarter, Sept. 5, 11.27 p.m. New Moon, Stpt. 13, 7 ID a.m. First Quarter, Sept. 21, 11.33 a.m. Full Moon, Sepi. 2S, 3.36 a.m. ji 3 II 3 Oays of Week. ! * re w ! ' i i g | g ? c^Li ;p. m:d.m..li. -a. h in. ih.m.jh.m. a. m.l a.m. Sunday ... 1 |6 US 36 8 33! 7 5 Monday ... 2|6 135 3(i; 0 i\\ 7 a Tuewluy ... 3 !6 1213 37110 49' 8 °3 Wednesday ... 4!fl 105 3SJ11 Ml 0 15 Thursday ... 5 0 8 5 39 a.m.Iio 6 Friday .- 6!t5 7:5 40 12 56.11 1 Saturday ... IS 63 40 1 5'Sl r.M. Sunday ... 8 6 45 4l| 2 44 1 1 Moudiy ... 9 6 Mo 411 3 30! 2 2 Tuosdity ... 10 -tj 25 42; 4 11 :) 3 Wednesday ... 11 b 05 42j 4 4S 4 o Thursday ... 12 [5 593 43; 5 22 3 0 Friday ... 13 \o 5S5 43 5 55! 5 57 Saturday ... 14 ;3 50:5 44 6 27' 6 52 Sunday ... 15 ;5 555 45 7 0, 7 47 Monday ... 16 J5 54'5 46 7 34! 8 41 Tuesday ... 17 J5 525 47| S 9| 0 34 WwliiBBday ... 18 |5 51 5 471 8 47 10 26 lhursdny ... 19)5 60,5 4U\ 0 33|1 18 Friday ... 20 1.1 48 5 49 10 Iu a.m. Saturda...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Local and General. Kuaus Omcii. — Tho following Itndt-v was accepted : — Duncan Cumerou, c -jiuriut 1, l'JUt-2, Moroe to Mungiuui, f«9fi. Thu following ireoh temlera woro opened jester day : Couti-dCt 9, FJ01-2, Narraliri lo Terry liio.liie, J. M-Numaia, £02 lu.- 10J ; con tract 12, l'JJl-2, Mo.eo to .Muii^iiuli, W. Puklin, il'Jti 12s ; coutracl 17, li)t)l-'J, street improvomeut in Muugindi, W. i'uldiu f275 118 6d ; cautract 13, 1U01-2, Morcu to Mungiudi, Unuoj.u Canwruu £70 B^. The Commonwealth Reti-iiN'.— A re turn h.is been prupared showing tho number in each of the s-jvural rilatos of purm.vn-mt soldiers, militi-i, volualca», anrl members of rifle clubs. Tho figures for each brunch of tha service aro as follows :— Permanently employed :— New .South Wales, 0-5S ; Viu toua, 390 ; Q.ieeu3laud, 230 ; south Aus tralia, 11 ; Western Australia, 42 ; Tas mania, ») ; total. 1137 ; Militia : Xew South Wales, oo'Ji ; Vieim ia, 353-1 ; i.ineeuslaud, JO-jli ; South Australia, 2ti4i- : Wester...

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Presentation to Mr. J. T. Crane. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 October 1901

Presentation to Mr. J. T. Crane. A number of Mr, J. T. Orano's friends and supporters ' during the recent State election, mot at Bayucs' Royal Hotel on Saturday evening last says the ' Mungindi News,' Amongst those present were : Messrs. B. Proctor, W. G. Bunn, T. Scrivnn, E. Murphy. G. M. Paine, J. H. A. Robinson, J. H. P. Brown, J. R. Lomax, T, Welsh, sen., E. Scriven, G, It. Skelton, O. Bunn, W. B. Thompson, J H. Madg wick, C. Draper. S. Butler, O, Lowe, and others. Mr, Butler presided having Mr. Orane on bis right, and Mr. Lomax on hi3 left. After the usual loyal toasts had been disposed of, the Chairman in a few well-chosen remarks propoaod the toast of ' Our Guest,' This having been honored in a hearty manner, and by singing ' He's a jolly good fellow,' Mr. Butler presented Mr. Crane with a purse containing £41 as a mark of appreciation and the good feeling of a number of subscribers, Mr. Crane responded at some length, hut said it was utterly impossible to express his gratifi...

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