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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

A .Losdon correspondent to tho Argus writes •* The hist thing in tho world that you, who have plenty of beef and mutton, arc likely to take to is, I rcckon, horseflesh ; but in Paris the food is getting so popular that, whereas a horse killed in a street acci dent was wont to fetch but 20 francs at the bankers', it now fetches 120, and helps to supply a score of shops now open for the exclusive sale of horses, mules, and asses. The society in Paris hns offered a medal and 500 francs to tho first person who will open an establishment in Loudon or New 1'ork for tho sale of horseflesh," Tub Beecber-Tilton trial seems to be giving work to coroncrs and undertakers, if we cati believe tho following item of news published by a New York paper:—"Julius Duncan, a newspaper reporter in tho Beecher-Tilton case, who committed suicide, in a letter to his employers advising them of his intention, said—*1 am weary with'tho blasphemy and perjury of the Beecher trial, and poison myself to get out of ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASCOT MEETING. THE ROYAL HUNT CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

ASCOT MEETING. THE ROYAL 2IUNT CUP. I Mr. Jos. Dawson's cli "h Tliuringian Prince, 4 yrs, by Tliormanby—Eastern Princess ... ••• 1 Captain Stirling's 1) o Whitebait, 4 yrs, by Browu Bread- Laura. ... ... 2 TIIH GOLD GUI'. Mr. Merry's ch h Doncastcr, 3 yrs, byv Stockivell—Marigold ... ••• : .... 1 Avcnturicre .. ... .... 2 Sir J. Astley's b e Nougat, 3 yrs, by Con sul—Ncbulcuso ... ■ ... 3 The Privy Council lias reversed the decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in the case of Brayzer v. Maclean. f The wheat market is Hat, and Aus tralian is a shilling lower. Copper is dull. Chili, £81 ; Aus tralian, £86 to £S9. Tin.—-Straits, ;£S3 to £81-; Austra lian, £81.' . Money is easy. Arrived.—Durham,, s.s. (on the 10th), 56 days; Sarah Grice and Yorkshire, from Melbourne : Knight Commander, from Sydney; Cxrassmcre from Adelaide; "Waikato, from New Zealand; Adanet (?), Wrannat (?), Grlenagos, Cundel, "Wm. Dutliie, from Sydney. • (from ouiv own correspondents.) SYDNEY, Tuesday Night...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

COME AND SEE AT O J3L A K,XiE .S EIGGALL'S BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM Fitzmaurice-Btreot, Wagga Wngga, The LATEST ARRIVALS in Boots and Shoes. JUST RECEIVED, Over 3,000 Pairs, from the Most Noted Makers. The Summer Goods remaining in stock will be SOLD WITHOUT ANY RESERVE at FIRST COST PRICE. THE NEW GOODS ARE BETTEK TJHLAJV EVER! CHEAPER TJE-IATV ETER ! COME AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. Inspection is a BETTER GUIDE than that work of fiction,—tA SENSATIONAL PRICE LIST. THE MISSES WAGG HAVE now much pleasure in inviting the Ladies and public of Wnggti to call nnd inspect the stock on view in their Enlarged Premises, whore they trust, by the increased comfort and convenience now offered to customers, to merit an increase of patronage. Millinery. Millinex*y. Now opon, the following goods :—A case of Pretty English Bonnets, and the Most Fashionable Hats, Dresses, Capes, Jackets, Underclothing, Hosiery, &c., Children's Clothes, Boots, and Bootees. llil, TJ CH BORN R- HOUSE, Millinery, B...

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A HAPPY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

A HAPPY LAND. Sir Samuel Baker' Bays During my sojourn of aovon months at'ITiVtilto, I novor heard a woman scream, neither was thore any; domostie or civil-dis turbances. There wero no polico quired in Hint, country ; there woro lio pickpockots, afi thero wero no, pockots to pick—which was one advantage in favour of nudity. A London magis trate would liavo died of ennui ; the: constables could not oven liavo sworn to a easo of intoxication, merely as a matter of form to alHird him employ ment. '.I'hore woro no immoral females to disgrace the public streets;' neither were there any bey^iirs, vagrants, oryaii-i.'i'indors, or perambulators to worry, deafen, or upset you. My country was a picture of true harmony. We had no complex machinery of law ; no such difficulty as an estate of chan cery ; no Divorco Court, or cases of crim. am. that necessitated an appeal. Adultery would bo settled l>y doling respondent and co-respondent, with a judicial separation after the punish ment. I had...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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THE CHARGE AGAINST KING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

THE CH.VHGE AGATNS1' KING-! Mi'. Edwin J. Welch, lato surveyor, to Ilowitt's search party, writes to tlio Brisbano Connor of tho 27tU_ ult., from Nackiiy,i:treatmg"<ns groundless' tho allocution that, Jolinv King bad murdered Burko. That • thero was n seerofc in, King's history! is ovidcnt, for Mr. Welch says :—" With regard to Ibo mysterious secret iwltioh, ;-jfc:ms ^sla ted, King would not divulge, ra.y know, ledgo of it was purely.accidental, t,h'o circumstances conuceted- with. which I will givo^you 111,11s lew-words ns possi-. bio. On Iho Glh November, 18GL,:la iow days.alter fcho arrival .of the search! party, linder vHowiltji'ifroiu Cooper's (Jreok, at th0 ;Miiiiudi0'dopot on tlio Darling, I.was-)despatched• by ITowitt to convey; King- lo Melbourne. From Swanhill to Melbourne.- his; 'progress created a stir.. . Ho.wus received. as.,a; hero, and dcservodly so, but in a stato' of health, bodily and mqnlal, not at all Baited to tho recaption of tho startling amount: o...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

SPECIAL NOTICE. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. Divine service win bo Uoid in tuo masonic hall until the Church Improvements nro comploted. MUNICIPAL WORKS. ;' Tendeks aro invited for tlio completion o£ works m.Traill-Btreofc, South Ward, and construction of Crossings in East Ward. Particulars on rofcrcnco to tlio ltoad Over seer. Sealed Endorsed Tenders to bo delivered to tho undersigned by .Noon on thursday next, the 24th inst. b.(j' ■ W. a. cottee, h. B. fitzhardinge, (j. W. comins, Church wardens. fred. a. tompson, , Council Clerk. Council Chambor, 18th June, 1S75. ate.a WOLLUNDRY BRIDGE. ■VTOTICE is hereby given that tlio above JM Bridge WILL BE CLOSED Against Horso nncl Vehicla Traffic on ami from MONDAY NEXT, the 21st JUNE Inst. Until the completion oi tlio liccesaary repairs, now in progress. F1USD. A. TOMPSON, Council Clerk. Council Chamber, 18th June, 1875. M O N JE Y. VICTORIA AND If. S. W. DISCOUNT COMPANY ARE preared to. ADVANCE MONEY 011 Pastoral Security, Stock, Reversionary Inter...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

FACTS WORTH KNOWING ! 0. CORTHORN'S NEW DRAPERY and BOOT SHOP is now OPEN. It is the Largest and Best Boot Shop in the town. It is next to Mr. W. C. Hunter's. And the PRICES are the LOWEST in the town. ,;Vv;::; ■: t ■ ■. :1 ■ If yon are wanting to buy a'Dress, go to 0. CORTHORN'S. For Waterproof Mantles, Jackets, &c., &c., go to C. CORTHORN'S. For Woollen Comforters, Clouds, Collars and Caffs, Gloves, and any Nice Fancy Drapery, go to C. CORTHORN'S. If you want to bay a Shawl Cheap, go' to C. CORTHORN'S. Are you wanting anything for the house, such1 as Sheetings, Calicoes, Towels, Counterpanes, BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! BLANKETS, &o., everybody will advise you to this effect—Go to C. CORTHORN'S. If you want a Cheap Suit, Trowsers and Vest, or TrowBers, and want to save money, go to C. CORTHORN'S. . j . ' If you want to buy Boots Cheap, go to C. CORTHORN'S. For Boys' Suits, Trowsers and Vests, Trowsers, ShirtB, Socks, &o., &c., go to C. CORTHORN'S....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

1 TO SQUATTERS. ROBERTS, COPLAND & €0. -. •. Have for Salo Best ..Dundee Woolpacks , Ward and Payne's Shears, No. 38 Turkey Stono 'i. Seaming Twino ■: Raddlo Lamp Black Stockholm Tar Boiled Oil Fleeco Twine ■ Bullock Chains Horso Traoo Chains : Steelyards Avory's Woighing Macliincs Grindstones and Fittings Wheelbarrows and Wheels Amoricnn Pumps ■" Salter's Spring Balances . »'s. Coppor Rivets and Washers Castrating and Foot-rot Knives Carriage Bolts and Nuts 1 Oils, Faints, and Colors ' . r. Mixed Paints ■ r Hinges Sorby's Axos .. . Wire Strainers ■ ' Maul Kings Anti-Friction Grcaso ■ . Amerioan Axes—various makers Bar and Kod Iron . . Socket and Firmer Chisels ■' Hand, Pit, and Cross-out Saw Files V Hand,1 Cross-cut, and Pit Saws Garden Implements Three-Bushol Bags. WINES AND SPIRITS •V-'i'i -v.-' •' AT THE JELA L It OF COMMERCE. 'ROBERTS, COPLAND, & CO. Ilnvo Received - /A LARGE ASSORTMENT' . / °p CHINA AND GLASSWARE Christie's Celebrated Wool packs ■ Aro to bo bad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

MAP OF VICTORIA. vmilTEIlEAD'.S MAI* of VICTORIA, \ \ with latest uiltliorisud improvements, at llio Oflico of tliia papor. 'Paper. Is,: ! ClotU, 2s. Oil. ■ ' • ' 11 1

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (Wednesday, June 16.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

MEMO (JUNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (Wednesday, Juno 1G.) Store Stock.—Messrs. Powers, Ruther ford, and Co. report the salo of .470 head fat cuttle, mixed sexes, Darling; 300 bill locks, Yackandandah ; 150 cattle, mixed sexes, Echuea; 62bnll3 for I\ Todhunfcer and others, Dubbo j 10,000 weaners, mixed Boxes, at Wnggn. Wagga ; 3,000 ewes, two. tooth, at Urana, delivery after shearing Fat Cattlo.—1,213 wcro entered for the week's supply, the whole of which passed th liammcr to-day. Tho quality was priuci pally of good useful description, with somo lots of prime. Sales opened without much animation, and continued so throughout, and prices ruled about 10s per head lower than this day week. Prime pons of bullocks sold at from £12 to £13 los ; a few beasts oxtfu good and heavy, £10 us to £20; good do, from £10 to £11 ; second do, from £S 10s to £9 ; iufcrior, from £7. Messrs. Dal. Camp bell, Hepburn, and Co. sold—20 bullocks for Mr.'John M'ljachlan, Crassdalc, Sale; 20 cows for Mr. E, Desailly....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

"W^O-GKA. ^±00^ 0 s F. ROPER BEGS to announce tbathe is now prepared to show one of tho Largest and Bost Assorted Stocks of ' ( N E W. DRAPERY " For tho approaching seasou, including.!; -A.11 tlie Leading- Novelties in Dress aaid Fashion^ bAi- •«« •..•wfo Which ho intends offering AT EXTREMELY MODERATE PRICES., DRESS DEPARTMENT. In this'department will be found some .FIR'ST-OLASS YALUE .... - -In -Black Glaces, Bluck Gros Grain, and Grosd'Afrique, &a.,: which, FOR QUALITY "AND MAKE, CANNOT BE SURPASSED. ~ t ' Satin Cloth, in all tho Now Shades of colour. '' ■ ; . . . , Silk R,opp, / : do. '■ do • ,•>: ■■; do" .■■■■;!■< ■ ■■■'V:.- ■■ All-wool Repp, dft do do - 'Dress Sorgo, plain.and figarod, in great variety-of colour and prico. Homospun, now so much admired for Ladies' •'Costumes and Promenade ! '/> •' • Drosses,'will bo found in ovory variety of shade and price: " " r" French Merinos in ovory colour and quality;' •' ,■>' ■■■>■■■> ■" ,■■■■'. Wool P...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

Positive 'VinTUEs.—The most of tho so called groat' remedies possess only that sort of:negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often euro disease, will seldom endanger life. Buistol'.s Sarsaparilln. is 'equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive* or aggressive vlrtuo which will not tolerate, the presence of disease or impure '•blood or humours in tlic human systems I where it is used, and thus it is that it always ; eftects complete ami lasting cures.—Advt. Notices. J^UCERNE, < * I r ItYE, • CLOVEI!, .ill '-j i.< Ii, PKAIlilE GEASH, ■ << VItghes, ! J ''' ' '■'' v On sale at / W. 0. HUNTERS., r———-|-aJiV;;lrV *tli I'" ;'i' LOOK THEN INTO THY HEART AND WHITE ; fpiTB above Bontouco read carefully will tell all tlu.t X 1 could in a thousand lines ; it adapts itself ad-, mirably to i\ large number of eases continually coming ' under my treatment. Many who " Look Into their hearts" at the reading of this advertisement, and w...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. Hastings Cunningham and Co. report:—Wool.—Transactions are Ifenv th'e quality offering being, at this season, > very small; there is a demand for all descriptions and any Jots which may coinc into tho mar* ket meet a ready and satisfactory sale. Sheepskins.—Tho quotations-last noted liave been maintained through .the week,, and. large quantities of skins have'been'sold to' the fellmongers at the following prices:— Green skins, 3s to Gs Gd each ; dry skins, 3s: to 5s Gd ; and station lots, 4d to 7£d per l,b. Hides.—This market is unaltered, air offer ing being easily disposed of at fuUpric'esj and extra heavy, ef which wo liavosold- an unusually . .large number during the .past week, attracting keen competition. We quote butchers' ox from 21s to 35s each, and heavy hides at ;lughcr priecs j cows, lGs to 24s j salted. 4i to 5:jd per lb. Calfskins are less'sought for than formerly,. and/now, realise Gd to Gijd per lb. There is active do maud for this p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

WANTED. WANTED, MEN, to SINK TANKS near Wagga. Apply to WILKINSON, '[ANN, MINCHIN, & CO. WANTED, a good GENERAL SER VANT, for small family, in town.' Apply MRS, LARGE, Kincaid-streot. WANTED, a YOUTH, lraUind the Counter, who has some knowledge of business. Apply to Jtivcriuo-/Stores; C1IAS. WALL. : 1; ata.c WANTED, BRICKLAYERS, used- to Culvert and Bridge work. Long: job ; working timo, Eight Lours- Apply to HUGH DAVIS, Foreman ou thf Works, near Bowning. A and 11. Amos, contractors for tho extension of tlio Southern Uaihvay from Yass to Wagga Wagga. ; . ' ;., ' nebh ANTED, good PICK "and SHOVE t hands for Earth, and Haminer and Drill liauds for Rock Cutting. Long job; high wages. 'A. & R. AMOS, contractors for tbo extension of the Southern Kail way from Yass to Wagga Wagga, ■ ■ , nco.b' gPUCSAL NOTICES. ; PICTURES! A LOT FOR SALE CHEAP AT Till; lit' V' IIAI/L'^OP JOOMMEEC)B. ' , _ P,N , S,ALE Ijg T .'fli HE .I" UN DER S E D Finest New Currants Finest New Raisins'•'...

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LONGEVITY AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

' !JLbiSTG]SVITY AND MARRIAGE. ' tij.In the recently published Study of; Sociology, Herbert Spoucer assails a ..theory that lias long1 been current.in life assurance./. That' married life' is favourable to longevity has generally been regarded as satisfactorily proved, remarks the Sanitary Record, by tho uumerons statistics showing, almost without exception,.a greater longevity, on the,-part, of the married. When the ratio of deaths in the two classes/ stand; as ten to four, there would ap pear to be little room for doubt. But, says the Insurance Monitor, in discuss-? iug Mr. Spencer's views, to this astute social scientist the evidence, strong as it seems, furnishes no warrant for tho current boliof. Ho regards tho case as a substitution of cause for effect. In other words, groater longevity is not tlio consequence of marriage j on the contrary, marriages are clearly trace able to influences favouring longevity. The principles of natural selection work so strongly in deciding betwe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

Special Advertisements. Wool. H A. STINGS CUNINGrHAM AND, CO., • WOOL-BROKEES, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOQL. STORES, Collins-street West, MELBOURNE-. ;i ■ WE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of tho Murruuibidgeo, Lac h lan, and Darling districts that we aro prepared to make liberal advances 011 tho most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having mado extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as wo strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BKOKEltS ONLY . ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents tho surest guarantee that tho extremo market value will at all times bo secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during tho ensuing Wool Sonson, will bo r...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

. SX'OKTIXtt. i Tlio following Mvoiglits • htivo' bcoivticclui'ed' forLlic uiulcnncntioncdevents . V'i.: HELBOUJttW GUI', 'f i •; ; • \ ,fct lb > Dngworth .9 . 8 Lnrlino .9 7 'I'lio Diver ... 9 * 4 Goldsbroughr,v'.[;9;? .'4: 'Calumny . ;..r8 12 ICingsborough.i\8 -lli Sterling ... 8 7 Melbourne J j . v. . i 8 /-G Don Giovanni -8. G. St. Albima -o'.v. »8vj G Pain 8 G Rose cVAinouivr8/-4) .-Imperial ... 8 d« Naughty Boy... 8 • 3 Politician ,.Y 8*3' Dante 8 2 Unvicot ... 8 • 2 Neotsflold • ..; 8 •' 2 Tompleton ... 8 2 Dignity ... 8.,0 Camden Echo ... ... 8 0 Castas ay ;ilt. 7,13 JTowbolu - . ... 7 12 Scanning ... 7 12 •Wollamiii: 7 8 Ella 7 d. - Light of Day.C. 7 d IMi (VArlilice 7 d Break of . Day 1, d: Fugleman: r7 4< Ifyujivoo 7 3. •SunLight. ... 7 3 Sunbeam :.. 7- 2 Nimrod 7* ~ Triton 7 2 Uunvood ... 7 0 Lord John < v..<7 ;:0 Marquis of Lorn 7 0 Lad} bird . . G 12 Cnlabti. : ... G 12 'Xhe Iioolc. ..; 0 12 West A ustniliuu G 10 Sonlinol ! ... G 9 s...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

BIVER GAUGE. Showing the height of the Murrumbidgeo " above summer level nb Wngga Wagga ' Ft, In. Juuo 18 (falling) .. .. " .. IS- U

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

W 0 0 L j. n. cr.ouGH <& co. Wool'Brokers, Stock and Station | Ageats. A uriiou Sabaof Woo I, Tallow, hhccpskint,.,! Ilhlcs anil Leather on i'uESDAY, :rn t'l rsday & Saturday, i KVHI1Y WUI'.K. CLOD GII'S WOOL WAREHOUSES, ! COLLINS .C- SPENCER STREETS, Mhmiouhne. AGENTS AT WAGGA: Mkhshs. 'OLIVER, MORLEY, AND • TOMPSON. . . A BSTJiA CTOF This Day;~A.:T.. UotxoN—Fat pigs*, PflBtorhl iiotcl \ Yards, 12 o'clock. ''siri ->.'i This Day.—g. A. etxibt~f$toro cattlo, Pastoral Hotel, | - Yards, 12 o'clock. ' ,^r.f .;f -7 July 7.—a T. tjoi-ton —Freehold property,; Austra-.; ! . liari.Hotel,'2 o'clock.5 i '.'. ' <• '• July 15. •—richardson istavukncii — Mulingamlra j station, Titt-strcct, Sydney, 11 o'clock. A \

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

MUNICIPAL COU2MJIL. A spccial mooting ofthe Council was hold 1 on Thursday. A call of tho whole Counoil was made for this mooting, for the purposo of taking into consideration tho course to ho • adopted with refcreucc to tho repairs to tho - ■ northern approach to tho Conipauy'a Bridge, • and also to consider tho amondmonts which appeared to be necessary in tho Municipal ities Act. Owing to tho time consumed tho ordinary busiuess of tho Council, and in tho discussion of tho difficulty with tho Directors of the Bridge, tho latter special .. business was not entered on. Those presout •' 1 were—His Worship tho Mayor, Aldermen Wall, Bolton, Mumford, Cutnmius, Hardy, and Jenkins. Ahlormon Forsyth and Berlin being absent without nnoloizv. Tlio minutes of tho previous meeting wore road ami confirmed, and tho Clerk road the outgoing correspondence, together with tho following lotters received :—From Mr, W. G. Evans, and Mr. II. Hcydon, with notices ' \ ' of contemplated building operations ...

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