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POST OFFICE, AUBURN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

POST OEPICE, AUBURN PARK. MB. John- Nouns, M.L.A., has received it letter from tho secretary of the Ucucml Post Office , ttobiowledging receipt of a petitiou irom Messrs. J. M. Taylor, George E. Snow Arthur Towur niul other residents of Auburn Park, for u post offico at that place, and stating tiuvt tno xostmiistnr-dniioi-nl i- .1:L.tl^..^.i i* oslablish a post ofhee there under tho char™ „£ Mr. J. M. Taylor for a peviod of three mouth' ?)ii tnal, providing' tho rovonuo of tho officu equals tho expenditure, uud that tho residents will indemnify tho department against mvyloHs otherwise tho ofKce will bo discuutinuod Tlio' saa-etary also asks that another name be sug gested other than 'Auburn Park.' to prevent contusion %vith the office of Auburn.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Effects of the Drought. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE PARRAMTTA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

The Effects of the Drought. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE PARRA MATTA COUNCIL. A special meeting of tho Parramatta Borou''h Council, convene;! by the Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes) was held on Friday evening to discuss the Overseer of Works' report on the Waterworks at Hunt's Creek, and to consider and detormino upon the best means of supply in^ tho town with fresh water during the dry season. Tho Mayor presided, and thoro wore present Aldermen Taylor, Moxham, Bcames, Forris, Tiernun, Dixou, Brodio, .Dollow and Drew. The minutes of last mooting woro read and confirmed. Tho statement of the last quarter's account was laid on tho table. Tho Finance Committee's report, dated October 30, shewed :— General Account: AVa.*os (5th to 19th October inclusive), £1S» 5s i)d: accounts paid, £100 Ss 3d; accounts unpaid, £129 16s fid. Water Account : Wages, £3S 15a; accounts paid, .£10 Is Gd; accounts unpaid, £12 9s 2d: Nuisances Prevention Account- Wa.'cs, £i'i 7s; accounts paid, £921) 4s -Id (inclusive of £8...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Agricultural and Horticultural. | By ' Westjieai).' A lions Madk Prorp.— I 'subjoin, an illus trated description of the way to turn out a very j serviceable wooden pump for drawing cither water out of a cistern or dam, or liquid manure out. of a tank. 'For thn last named purpose, a pump of the kind is vastly superior to an iron. ui'^: oa Tinino* Tpy-t n.nt-. tn up.!: out of order. wioreovor, when it does got out of order it is Easily repaired at home : — . ? The tube part of it is made of |- inch pmo ; two of the four strips being 4 J inches wide, and tho others 3 inches, forming ii. box 3 inches square when nailed together. The tube or box should bo long enough to reach about 9 feet above the top of the cistern. A valve- is needed iu the lower end, and is made of a pice of hard wood of the size to fit into tho tube. A 2-inch holo is bored in tho centre, and a piece of leather tacked on the top to cover it. The leather has apieco of wood faetened to it upon tho upper side as shown i...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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ROUSE HILL MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

ROUSE HILL MAILS. Meissbs. I'arnoll and Nobbs, Ms. P., have re ceived tho followiug :— General Post Offiuu Sydney, 12th November, 18SS. Gcntlomm,— Adverting to thu intorviow which a deputation, eonsistiug of yourself, Messrs. K. 'BurdeMu and. E. J- Mack, Ms' .P., and certain rosidonts of ftouso --Will, had with tho Postmaster General on thci'-20tli April last, uud to petition pre sented by you on that date, I am directed to' inform you that it has been decided— with tho view of acceding to wishes of tho residents of that place— to invite tenders for tho conveyance of mails, once or twice a day, to and'froiiii House Hill aud lUverstono from tho 1 st January ' next ; such tenders to bo' received up to tho 27tlr instant.— I liuvo, etc., S. H. Lutivro.v, Secre tary,

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The County Members at Work. SILTING OF THE HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

The County Members at Work. SILTING OP THE liAWKESBURY. Mb John Nojjbs, M.P., has received tlic, following: — Department of Public Works Sydney, Mth November, 1888. Sir,— With re ference to your letter of the 1.3th ultimo, directing; attention to tho silting up of that, portionjof the Huwlcesbury River on the ISusterni side of of the railway embankment at Peat's. *-%-Lxj) ''^ nojviuy liicvl tiie uruciying or tnc- river may be proceeded with, und the silt, matter mado usu of in connection with tho con struction of a. wharf near tho point named, I -un directed to inform you that thu Secretary for Publio Works, in view of the reports re ceived from tho Acting Enginuer-in-Cliief for Harbours and Rivers, is unable to authorise :i compliance with your request. I am to aild that it is not in contemplation to erect a wharf at thu pluuc roforred to, as it is considered that the one at Pout's Ferry, when thu bridsru is open for trlKucy will more than accommodate all the shipping aud boating- ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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FAIRFIELD MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

^AIRFIELD MATTERS. Mu 1-\ i'ABsrun, M.P., has received tlio fol lowing :— Department of Public Work* Sydney, 10th Nov., 18S8. Sir,— With reference'- to your letter of tho 20th ultimo, rogardm-' the proposed erection of 11 bridge over Orph-iui School Creek, near Fuirfield, and intimatiu that you had informed tho Council of tiic a«uuuS.i -« .utverpooi would be prepared to bear halt tho cos£ of carrying out the work, I am directed to inform you that tho Secretary ±or I'ublic Worlds,, in view of the ronorts n ceiyed from tho Commissioner for Ku'ads, has decided that tho matter must stand over, pend ing tho settlement of tho question of tho divi sion of, the municipality referred to.— I have, etc., W. JBauuxo, Uudor Secretary.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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BLACKTOWN POSTAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

, BLACKTOWN POSTAL AFFAIRS. Mr. V. 1'Airaai,, M.P. , has received Uto fol lowing :— General Post Office Sydney,' 21st November, 1SS8. Sir,— With reforouuoto my letter of the 01st ultimo, uckuowledgin'- receint of yours of the 27th idem, requestiui; thaUt money order office be opened at Blauk'towu, I am directed to inform you that it has been de cided to establish such an ofliuo at tho place named, to date from tho 3rd proximo. ? I havo etc., S. H. Lambton, Secretary. '

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BLACKTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

TvLACKTOWN JlrtCES. The following nro tho weuyhts di.-clared for the Blacktown races, to be held to-dav ?— J?I.VIM1 ilAMMC.ll'. ?-!? lb .st 11, ?liii-kn ... ??? « '! otiv-.v ? 7 7 Dnia ? « 1 Kitty . . ;? i, Sydnev ? S 5 Kulti'iiiii ? ?; n Stnnii' ? S n fairy ? 7 o hiltleSim- ... S .1 l.adyCrinsill ... li 12 O.M.1.11WAV R.\, 1.. Kitty ? S 11 .SuiiiivSid' ... 7 11 Faivv ? T to liittleJliuk ... 7 11 Hvo' ? 7 10 I,add»- ? 7 11 1/ulv (.imi.soll ... 7 S l.-uiv Teiapest ... 7 o UI..U-KT..WS ir.lSI.lr.M-. Binal.Mis ? !? i- J-iiily I'itsfoiil ... s 0 ?la.-ko ? s ;, Storm ? 7 12 Kimu ? « .'. Kitty ? 7 7 JJom ? « a Sin.i.iM, 1!k i-. Nap Kathleen Miss (.iliuUtoue t.enu Dusov li.i.O;et Banua Svduov T1...1HN,, jj.i, ,:. Slim .Tim ? ''Vi T.iia- l!nv ? ''V:, T»p.-y ? » Vali.-n.-i!' ? Iiki Pet ? .-II Sammy ? ]|.(i Ruom to Improve .'.n Whip«,nl ? l.-,,, Chance It ? :,0 CiV, ? 100 U'l-.l.l;..-. JIam.ic.m-. .bickn ? til n Udilb 'i 1, Knra ? I' n Uaniu '[' ... s 0 Doi-a ? 10 0 jMedm-.i . . ,s 1, Stnrm ?...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

THE TURF. The fixtures on tlio programme of the Kose liill Racing Club for next Saturday's meetin closed with Hi,-) total entries, nwulo up us fol lows:— Tlio tiranville Stakes .;[, Maiden Hur dle Race IS, Stcei-lucliase Hi, Ashlield Handi cap 3o, Disposal Stakes 17.

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FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

FIXTURES. Galatea C.C. v. Striithucld. Tho following will ropresont the former on their wicket Par ramatta Park to-day :— ll'owlotl, liuthorford, HahuiU-ick (S), Card, Kennedy, .Wuckley, Clax ton, AVearn, AVliitofoi-d, Christie (1), P'uckcrigo Brush Farm v. Hospital for tho Insane : the following will represent tlio B.F.O.C.— J. Spin-way, G. Spnrway, \\r. Short, Hibblo, Catt, Jordan, 1'. Spin-way, A. Short, N. Cox, Johnston, Hughes, S. Cox 12. Collingwood v. True Blue on True Blue wic ket -it Clyde to day, March 21. The following will represent tho former: — Brown, Dodds', Hagin, Sweeny, Miller, Duulop, liae, Bomnes, W.. McDonald, Purser, Dunn, Fletcher 12. The following will represent the Grauvillo B to-day a-rahist Fnirfield ou tho Granvillo wioket:— Kclgar, F. Lusk, A. Lusk, Ranieor, Rollins, Marchaut, Morris, Huxley, Kweony, Neich, Burgess, Howieson 12, Rao 13. The above players aro roiTuestetl to be on tho ground at 2-30 prompt. Coiites A- continue cup match at Clyde- — Players...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Visit the Tarramatta Branch of ? . V For First-Class BOOTS & SHOES at LOWEST PRICES. Startling' Values. TCToxiderful. Clieapziee^. JOHN HUNTER, City Boot Palace, Church Street, Parramatta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

A FEW TONS .OF AVI BE, Rusty, 11 reduced price. MURRAY BROS. ALLOTMENTS OF LAND. _t\_ FOR SALE. With Stone Foundations in Lausdowne-streot. Also allotments iu Dixou-street, on liberal terms. TorronsAot. Five minutes walk from Railway J-'tation. Apply THOMAS DIXON, Parrauiatta South . I~llJACKlFKNlIl^G71)7h~.~i^rWrliit^erossT _- ? MURR'Y BROS. | (pA'1? lA.'NA.CH'S Disinfectant for Closet X.J Pans, Cesspits, Drains, Stables, Dust boxes, Sick Rooms, and Hospitals. Agents, MURRAY BROS. ^TllipM'sTlnuicTii^iTaud^reUiid. FuriiU \J hire repaired and polished. MURRAY BIIOS._ ? irUYUTION.-— Any person found trespassing \; -m myliind, ?? Burford,' Field of Mars, will be prosecuted. C. W. MILLS, '-Burford,' Field of Mars. /raJMBERLAND BUILDING^ LAND \J ANDINA'ESI'MENT COMPANY, LIMITED. The Board are now prepared to make ad vances on Mortgages. Kulos and all informa tion on application at the ollice, George-street, Parramattii. | JNO. JAS. MILLER Maunger. j i^STATE OF HENRY AVH1.TAKER, late J of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Wk regret to hear that Mr. Wntsford, the respected stationuiastev at Parramatta, was 011 Wednesday last stricken down with typhoid fever in a dangerous form. Ladies requiring spun silk hose, should seo the special line at Byrnes s tor Is lid per pair. Evening- hose from G.s to 2!s per pair. — Avvt. At a meeting of tho Liverpool lodge of the United Freemasons of New South Wales, hold on Wednesday evening, Mr. II. A. Richard sjn. solicitor, ot'Parramattii, waselectel AV.ir shipful Master for the ensuing year. The in stallation v. ill take place on tho 18t.li prox.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

CRICK KT. ?2nd I'arramattii v. Colliugwood, pluved on tho grouud of the latUr. Scores :— (?..llillKlvciod.. Miller, c Toillnmter I. Hiiibiii, 1) Mm* ... K Molilis ? '? 1-imM.s. run ..lit ? 1' Sweeny, li Illm-k .. ii Dovleb Dniotlnss ...IS Unnvii, i- Ciiinies b tMuYki-, b Mark ? ;l Ul.uk ? « I'.'i'iiuks. mil out ... ' Denim's, b Hliii'k ... » Slinclrio- ? S l)i«i'lil-s ? 1' '-Tcilnl. ? II'.' Hue, bMubbs ? » Him*, b Sweeny ... '- Dimlop ? S Flillii'Mir, i: Stiller b Kiillcy 1) Svi-c-iiy ... I Hwimi-s ? .'. U.'fo'ilhunterb.Sw ? iy ,1 l--m::l.-,.-.i, bSwt-i'iiv ... t r.To.llnnit.T.bllimlui) I iriiliiiuh, b Heiimrs ... 1 K. Tinllnnili'l', not out 1 Ciuliii-Nb Dmilop .. :i Sumllii-i, ? 11 WliitWDi-th, b nmilup II M-ibb«, i: SwiTliy b T1.I11I ? W Coates I! v. Galatea. Coates I! Mtttcrcd their first da feat this season on Saturday last, tho /,'alntca putting them through by -'I runs. Say.--«i:-- J. Iliiliiiurick, ..? .sifli. b Tmiks ? I Watts ... ' ? Ji- ('IhrMii'.bTnaV-s . li C«i.l. bl'il....

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CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUT AND FERRIS TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP AND FERRIS TROPHY. Owixg to both Granvillo teams being with drawn from the Cup contests, tho only match played on Saturday last was tho continuation of the Coates A and Albert fixture. To sny tho least of it, tho action of Granville is unsports manlike and altogether unjustifiable. Tho Coates- Albert match assumed a sensational turn, and Coates threaten to establish a record for highest score in any match iu tho district. The score of ?I.')!) for li wickets is a phenomenal one, mid one that will require some lowering. It has only been beaten by tho Parramatta CO., who put ou tho grand total of .).'-(- ayaiust Surpriso. The match will be continued to-day, and we must, congratulate tho Alberts on the plucky manner iu which they nro contesting a decidedly uphill game. Tho draw for the second round will take place at an early date. Coates v. Albert. — Coates resumed their in nings and added 2liU runs on to their previous score for the loss of S moro wickets. Spears ...

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Sports and Games. THE ARGUS CUP CONTEST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Sports and Games. TIlB.ARGUrf CUP CONTEST. to mi-: i;niT0-.' of tut. cirMumfcAXD augvs. Sin,— Kiudlv alli.'W me space in your valu able columns to bring Cinder notice of all lovers of cricket the injustice upno to tho Granville OC. by tho ..-onuiiittee of tiif- -'.Vntr.il Cumber land Cricket Association, in u;V|iu:lifying that club from competing iu iLi- alum' ,;up contest. rtr.-t, on tlio grounds that I-:. Ihi.v^i, one ot the representatives of the dub, King crm^V'red h senior plavor. Jnd, that ground fee* wtijj nut paid before starting match iigniust True liluo C.C. ;ird, that Liulkin, another player, i»i defaulter to tho Parraiuatta Albert C.C. Jii the first instance Bennett is not a senior, sis the Sydneys (a club ho has been playing with hwtcouplo of matches) were not admitted into the Biiiior ranks ; and I mav also state that Bemutt 1ms represented the' Granvilles from th j ec rameiKieraenl of tho season, fn re- I fi-rei-co to ground fees, I myself hold tho iu'jmy, I informed ...

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The Late Samuel Hill. THE OLDEST RESIDENT OF PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

The Late Samuel Hill. THE OLDEST RESIDENT OF PAItRA MATTA. The late Mr. P. Hill, whoso death we re corded last issue, wns tko oldest resident of Pnrrnnmttn, and he carried with him to his last home an invaluable knowledge of the early day.s of the town and colony. His funeral, which took place lust Saturday afternoon at Rookwood, was followed by a large circle ot friends, In Jniumry last a representative of the CuarniiiiLANn A nous interviewed the old gentleman, -md the result will he found to contain many interesting facts in connection with the early life of the colony. In answer to our . representative's enquiries, Mr. Hill afforded the following information : — ? ' 1'vo been G7 years in the colony, and never had a toa-cup full of medicine the whole of that time. 'Yes,' ho said, warming to his subject, ' I came heroin ''20 ; there were very few houses about then. Over this side of the wator all I can remember was eight huts and skillions, until Governor Maequarie took the land fr...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Parramatta Licensing Court. THURSDAY, Nov 22. (Before Messrs H.Byrnes and Neil Stewart, J.s M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Parramatta Licensing Court. Tim:ksj)AV, Jfov '12. (Defore Messrs J I. Byrnes and Noil Stewart, Ls M.) .loliu Snell, tor cliinUinu' h.|iun- 111 ihe Albert Hotel, Blueklown, (luriiiK probiliited hours, to wit on Sunday, llth hist.', was lined 20s, c sis (is lOd) to come out of the iiuc. 7ohu Baker, licensee of the above hotel, was sumiVu.UL.eO for h.-.viuir sold liquor to .lohu Sncll during inhibited hours. Mrs. Baker handed iu it iuodi.si.1 cvri.i.ljcnto to the elleet tliut iM.r. .l!iil«.-r was too ill't-i u p.{.«i-.\ mi.; t);o hearing of the ease wiis postponed't'ora, U-ook. An application for the transfer of the li.,. nee for the Albert Hotel, Blacktowii, from ..lohn Tinker to Lorenzo S,,relli, was also post \».imI for a wuek for the same reason. The lirnrin;; wu-: tin adjourned one lo enable the transferee f- ]-roilu.;o .?.ertilieat'.s as to i-'ii;iri!i;ler.

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Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. (Before Messrs. H. Byrnes, Ed Pearce, Jos. Whitworth, T. F. MacKenzie, C.W. Lloyd, and S. Gould Js'P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Small Debts Court. Wkdxeshav, Noviotuei: 21. (UuFore Messrs. H. Byrnes, Ed. Peal cc, Jos. AVhiby-orth, T. !?'. Jluekenzic, 0. W. Lloyd, :mi «. Gould Js'.P.) Jiidgnieuts i'.ii- jilaii|t.ilts. with costs, were wvoniu the following iiil.si.s ?— Xcilsou Bros. v. Pinkertou, .to i.Osild; Burns vvMorps, x;i His, lo be paid in instalments of .'is per week ; Parramatta ('Jus Co. v. Bishop, t.l 7s 'id ; Mnd.'loi:k Bros. v. Franks, £?- Ms: Fun-oily v . .Beer, !ls Sd. In the ease ot .LninU v. .Neville tor 2s lid, disputed claim in connection with the hire of a bug-y, judgment was given for defendant. It iippeared that defendant had agreed to hire a buggy for a certain .sum, hut plaiutitf substi tuted a superior buggy, for which he usually charged a bi-her price. Ho failed, however, tij notify defendant that he would charge more thiiv ify.- *-!)n first agreed upon. Iu i'oui'ietu i.iuf.-sthovo were no appearance of plaintiff.-.

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Religious Services for Sunday. CHURCH OF ENGLAND—St.John's [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 24 November 1888

Jlsligioas Se. 'vices for Sunday (.'HUlicit of l'.K«y,\xii. — St. .lulm's, Pnrra matta, S and 11 11.111. (Archdeneon (Jun tlier); 7.15 p.m. (Uev. .!. IV Ai-ey Irvine); f^t. P.-iul's, Han-is J'«i-!c, 7.15 [-.m.' (Kov. H. Tate); tit. Peter's, nliprwooi1., 7.1.'-}-.m (rcli ti -:i.c 11 Gunthor) ; Alt faints', 1 urrnniatta, 11a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. J. Done); St. Murk's, Granvillo, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Rev. D. K. Erans Jones); Clu-ist Church, Giiildford, .'.30 p.m. (Ilev. D. E. Evans Jones), 7 p.m. (Chorl Evcn.souf--) ; St. Lukes' Mission Room, Parramatta North, 3 o'olo.-.k, (Simdny School). Wuslhyan Cuuncit.— Mucciuane-strect, 1 1 a.m. ami 7 p.m. (Hoy. P. -J. Mtupheu); Baulk-ham Hills, ;i p.m. (Kov. P. J. Stephen) ; Liverpool and Granvillo circuit : Liverpool, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (Mr. .1. H. Youdnlo) : Asy lum, !).ao.a.m. (Mr. A. Metoher) : Gnmvilio, 11 a.m. (uev. .1. acottj , ( p.m., (inr. a. Floteher) ; Smithnnld, ;i.l5 p.m. (Mr. A. I'letcher), 7 p.m. (Rev. J . Scott) ; Tusk-bum, 3 p m. (...

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