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CRICKET. LILYDALE CLUB'S MATCHES FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 3 April 1914

C:. RICKET. LILYDA1LL CLUB S iMATOUES FOR Octobi i -St" Kii'la la asebjallers Octobtr 11' a-d 18-iv oori Yallock Octoberl 25 and -November, S. - ` Coldstream TNovember 1- 3I.C.C. ANovemberl 15 and-'21-Seville November .19-Soeth, Melbourne.' C.0.. t. South MIelbourne Novemnber 26-3i .C.C. a.t M.3.O. November 29-Caulfield- Lacrosse 0C.C. December 6-Preston .December 13 and 20-Coldstream December - 17LSouth ' celliournc, at Lilydale December 27 January 3-St. Kilda, Baseballers January 10 and .17-Woori Yal lock, ,at Woori Yallock January 24 and 31-Seville a?t Se ville - February'7 and 11--Woori Yal - lock 'February 21 and 28-Seville Slb'ruary 25-South Melbourne, at Iarch 7 and 14--Coldstream, at -March 21-M.C.O.. :. ' oldstream A pril 4 ~Pieston la.rch li 28-Govt. Printing olmce - A :i! :11-Govt. -Paiiiwng Olfice South Melbourne All matches on Lil.dale ground if not othe?wise mentioned. We go to school to learn to read, W e work *to iin a. prize; .We read to learn what others sell. Then...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 3 April 1914

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A, J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MIET. Orders Promptly Attended .To. CHARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE R;MOVED At Shortest Ž(otice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER;... CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE.' PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL . KINDS OF WORK. JOBBING Woiti A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GL.EEN TEA ROOMS WISI-IES to conyryy his Thanks to the Lilydale pillic:.for the gcncr ous support givenl him during the past' year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased, a very. Fine .Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. iOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY, well worthy of inspIection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. Wishing all Patrons the Compli nents of the Season. BAKER & P.STRYOCOOK \\Wislj - ^ 'tninate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing ci Business in MAIN ST., and e-7:=' , by cou...

SLATEY CLEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 3 April 1914

SLATEY CLEEK. ,- - · (From Our Own Correspondent). -0- Mlessrs Witmish and ITerrod are starting a. sawmill along the ne* gioad to ila.ir's -Tlfcv l.ue 'now liusv putting dlown the tramii-line, arc wvill shortly- be sending. timber in to the Junction iMr G Pettitt. of Slatev .Creek. has purchased a traction engine, and I believe Ih intends tLi tiilise in drawini" in timber to his agi'ue to cut for firewood lle has also -purchased a boiler, etc.. 1an in tends going in l'for eucalyptus dis tilling. I would like to see him succeed,, as it is a good thing 'tir see someone a little enterprising in the district We are still waiting to get some word about our proposed hall Th'ere were so many reports, surveys, etc., to be sent in about ;it. that it [i.ia hard matter to find" out who is de laying _it, but we have reason to hope-to be shortly ableo to get things .ging . ik n. .iin d, Kip.. -ling's poems: ""We've- got the men, and the. money, too, and we only await word to start to fight-I mea...

OBITUARY. MR. J. GILMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 3 April 1914

OBITUARY Our Woori Yallock correspondent writes:—   I regret. to.:. iannounce cdeat of Ex-Cr .rJ -Gilmoui', which :.ccur~ .ed on Satduyday -Mjlst .:- Deceased 'ho was a bachelo;r,.kas out "dri ving on the Wlednesday- preVious; when a fire brokeLouit oan his ;prio perty When neariing lhe home ab out mid-dLay he saw-that .the- fire was nearing his honse .-this causing him to drive 'home as quickly ps possible, and on Bieaching his placer some neighbors. who (ia.d -tirrled fdhe lire away fromthlie homestead, fou?id him to be 'very excited iand:Ituiwell. and set to to do 4hedir iest to at tend to him.: Tlic following cday Dr Julkuyon, of (Lilydale. was isent for, -and ordered *Ir Gilmour's "re mova1 to a hospital :Deceased. 'lho was taken to the Lilydale Private     Hospital on Thursday, gradually sank, and .died (on 8aturiday - The late Mr Gihnonui.who I?ld .·iken pan active part in the buildinig 'of- 'he \ oori. Yallock Pireshvteriain ?l'hurch.I ...

THE HUMBLE BEE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

THE HUMBLE BEE. The experiments made in New- Zea ,and in the acclimatisation of the fumble bee. have beeu watched with -aterest by naturalists in England. The )bject of- the-importation is, of course, o use the bees as a means: of fertili ing introduced plants. But apart .om the utilitarian point of View, the resence of the humble bee has a .rent' charm. A. writer in the "Out cok," who asks for information as to ow the bees have fared in their new eome in this remote part :of the ortIs, says that in England, in the arli-st sunny days of April, one of .e most familiar and welcome sounds ' the spring is the deep, musical boom I the 1humble bee as it flits through he still . bare woods or along the u:dgerows from one path of yellow ilow cat-kins to another. He de :ril;es the insects that are on the ing at that' time of the year as the "istocrats of the family. They. are d (wuccns, they are all ydung, and icy are all still in their bridal.plu age of t'ie previous autumn. They ce destine...

THE PREROGATIVE OF MERCY. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

THE PREROGATiVE OF MiLKU'ti The exercise of the prerogative or: nercy must always be a task ot reati T difficulty; and one that aids: iut a little to the uneasiness of. the- iead that wears a cown; In the follow ing passage tatken from 'Recollections of Grover' Clevela'nd," 'we see with what scrupiulous care President Cleve land-approached this task:- @. "I recall one instance, among many, f .hich illustratedl his :4ethod of deal -ing with. pardons and coinmutations, 1 and also showved his sensibility. -Out a in the Indian Terri"Eory an Indian, an 1 idle. and, I f6ar,i-a very bad one, had {killed another of ntie sane general character in-a druiikefi brawl. The case appeared to be a --perfectly straight and clear one, but when 1 Sbrought him the pa'pers I saw that he -was interested and that- he was not likely to rest satisfied with the depart *ment recommendation. The record was an elaborate one, even as we had prepared it, but it was still insufficient to-satisfy the Piesident/and ...

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914, Police. M.agistrate-Januairy 2 and 30, February 27, March 27, April 24, May 22,'June 19, July 17, Aug ust 14,. September :1l, October 9, November 6, Decembei 4. Dr Syme, and Messrs-FF. B. Lith; gosv-and \. A. Wharington- Jan nary 16, February 6 and 20, March -13, April 3 and 17, May S and 29, - Juno 12, July 3:-and: 24; August : 7; and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 134and 27t Decem-. 8 ber. 18.. I Mlessrs .. T. Kings,: J Rouget; T. I W. Simpson, anid J.'. Wallace.=Jan-. s. uary 9 and 23, :ebruaryj. 13,; March e 6 and 20,.. April 10, lay 1: aad 15, f June 5 and-26, July '10 and 31; A gust 21, September 4 and 25, Oct e ober 16 and 30;November 20, De a cembeirll. -t___________.___

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

Send i ' YOUR AD* ALONG, YOUR AD. ALONG, And-we'll introduce. h lot of friends- People you have not met before- People who live here in this district- People you ought to know-People with money to spend. WHAT ARE YOU DOING ? WHAT ARE YOU DOING ? If your store is a good store, and yourigoods are the right goods LET -THE PEOPLE KNOW ! LET THE PEOPLE KNOW! We can help you there.. This paper. is read by thousands, and your ad. in its columns .will be read by thousands, too+- It goes. into .nine out of ten homes in thle im portant and growing districts -it serves-' SEND YOUR= PRINTING HERE SEND YOUR. PRINTING HIERE Our address is Castella-st*, Lilydale Our plant is large and up-tb-date Our telephone number is 21, Lilydale BDE Upeo-Dýeft 11 4 nd -nhnribe to thi JoeIraL tn iubscribe to thisi Jotjna dO01OSES DIQUIDi FAGE POWDER. In..these days of out-dook life-nmo torifg, golfing, boating, etc--a re liable harmless liquid powder is one of- the necessities :-of life.. Soroses -Liquid iace ,P...

YARRA GLEN [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

YARRA GLEN -.- The show concert was held in the Victoria Hall on. 26th, being given by the Yarra Glen Minstrel Troupe, and there was a'bumper'house. The circle-consisted of sixteen, and the singing was-up-to-date for locals. Mr Keets and Mr Papworth took the. tambos and Mr Wesble and Mr E. Cary the bones. Mr A. Pollard and Mr Johnson, local gags by the corner men, gave plenty of mirth. Mr P. Ryan sang a good Scotch song and was encored; he was dressed up as a Scotch woman and " brought down the house." Two farces' caused plenty of amusement, The President (Mr McLeod) on behalf of the society thanked the company . and -also Thanked Miss Ada Scott, who acted as pianiste. .The takings at the concert and ball were £i6. Mr W. Postlewaite acted as M.C. iii his usual manner and a very good night was spent. Mr T. Albert catered for the ball and 'gave every satisfaction. The dry spell was broken 'Friday afternoon 'when --icloud burst, and the rain-and lumps of ice as big-as:pullet's eggs fel...

LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

LIFE. 'The cost of living still goes up, and trouble 'round us thickens, and yet whene'er we dine or sup, we've por terhouso or 'chickens. To make our wails have proper force we should be lean and scrawny, but we've the mus cles of a horse, and wo are fat and brawny. The portly man gets up and whops about ther cost of living, while to his form some costly soups a genial warmth are giving. The clubmah wrings his hand' and whines ,the cost will make us vagrants, while to his breath imported winxes impart a pung ent fragrance. We shouid be hollow eyed and thin, our slats like wash boards showing, if we'd.. denounce the men of sin who keep the prices going. But nearly all the kickings done by fat and fussy sinners, who have their pockets full; of mon, and swallow four course dinners. I do not" hear the toiler wail or breathe dire threats of slaughter; he eats his dinner from a pail, and helps it down with water; he and his ohildren shed their woes, and warble "Yankee Doodle,"' and to th...

THE WORLD'S BEEF. DEMAND OVERLAPPING SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

THE WORLD'S BEEF. -7- DEMALND OVERLA:PPING• SUPPLY. Statistics. regarding the i wrld's beef supply show that, as Ts th :case wi i. some-othor- primary products, the pro duction is not keepin:g pace wit -the increase of populationa or withl the in creasin?g purohasing power of the peo ple; It mutt be borne in luiid' that.: working people are -now receiving bet ter wages in many countries, and that the world's trade. 1ias never so p 'osper ots as at the present time,-all of0 ,lich points- to the ibility of the people to purchase good, wholesome'meat. An official summary of the position fur nishes some significant figures, which have a very direct interest to Aus tralia and Now Zealand. . A study of the available figures will prove two points, namely: (1) the cattle of the world are not increasing at the same rate as are 'the respective populations, and (2) that in several of the more im portant countries the. dairy cattle re present greater percentages. of the total herds. In the foll...

THE CHURCHES LILYDALE METHODIST CIRCUIT [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

Vi. THE CHURCHES: - Y LILYDALE 2IETHODIST CIRCUIT 'n interesting. quarterlry meet Sinugl of the -lMethodist Ci'euit was i held at the W andin chuirch -lat r week.i The at:-tendance:: was laige, Sand'tlihe debate on the buildiilg -of i- a new parsonage lengthbyand inter s, esting A committee , was foi'med 1-to wdeill with' the matter dii ng the, n present quarter- .Through:l seeral g removals the:-membership wa., sligh tly reduced;;,; the presenti- number is 'f 172 :senior and 48 junior: Some capital reports were given ?of the efficiency of some of -the Sunday s Schools The Superintendent. the Rev Ja.mes Lobwe, intimated tha·t lhe would start at the end of -tlie week Sfor Sydney, NS. W., for a fortnights holiday, aid tha t the Revt H. Wallace, forimer minister. w oild supply his pulpit at Lil.-da le The income for the quarter was large r 'than :usual;. being ..-194,. and after this amliouncenieut by the stewards the company sanig. .tie Doxology;- and iat the invitation- of tlhe ladie...

WONDERS OF THE SKYSCRAPER [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

WONDERS OF THE SKYSCRAPER If St. Paul's Cathedral were piled upoi St. Peter's -- 484ft high - the height -of bdth would only then equal that of some of the latest of Ameroan steel-frame buildings. It is impossible for the man in the street to appreciate the iminense height to which the sky scrapers tower above him. And he does not see the whole. The under world of these self-contained cities runs deep into the bowels ofthe earth.. The great £600,000 Singer building, which rises il 41 storeys, 612ft above the kerb, has cellars and foundations over 200 ft deep, so that the total height from bedrock to cupola, is 815ft, and the weight of steel alone in it repre sents 8000 tons. The Metropolitan Life Building stands 70ft higher than the Singer, and the latest, the Wool worth slIy-scrapberi vith its 55 storoys, is 750ft high. Within. the buildings are houies, businesses, churches, chap els, shops, offices, ballrooms, concert. Ball,"restaurants, schools, and acadelm ies. They have their o...

AMMONIA FIRE EXTINGUISHER. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

AMMONIA FIRE EXTINGUISHER. The usq of ammonia bomnbs to extin guish forest fires is being tested in some of the national forests of Am erica. In the case of bruish fires, the fire fighters often have difficulty in get ting near enough to beat out the flames, and ammonia bombs have been found very effectivie. The explosion of a suigle bomb will extinguish fire in a 15ft oircle about it. A celebrated vocalist was in a motbr car accident one day. A paper, after recording the accident, said: "We are happy to state that he was. able to appear ,the following evening in three

Ringwood M.U.I.O.O.F. Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

0 ti Ringwood M.U.I.O.O.F. Sports. C Easter Saturday, Handicaps:- o Cycle ERaces, 2 miles uand 1 mile--C HI Southern, scr. J. and 0 Hazel 20 :10 [; DI Cook 70. 40; . V. 1NVotten P 90, 50.; L ~ioberts 90, 50; A .J; b MAanning, J -Vilson 110. 60; E. Bar d rie , V, O. 'ilgate 130, 70; A. JL C Eamsden, 150, 80; T O. BoLand G. r( Dotzauer 170, 90; Ti E. Gully, L. li P. Junt 190, 100; F.' Jones 210.110 C R Taylor 230, 120; P. J. McMahon 230, 180 , Wood Chop-S. J. Knee, W. Don- 9 thie, J Logan, IH .Mullins, B. Bet tison, I N. Read, J. E M.i'Clare, T. J Baxter, II. Mlkin, C. -lammond scratch G. Silver, T. E Gully W. T Klie'd, 2 behincd;'J. fMcDonad 0 he 1 hind; A' Adams, J. Pullbrook,A. Jans '1 behind; A Sawyer 6 behind; I A IHartman 10 behdc.; W. IHiggins I 12 bhd:; T. ~T. Smith 14 bihd; ;W. Hcrrod 16 bhd,; C. Weston 18 bhd.; D McDonald 18 .bhd. Sheffield Handicap---W. E. :Rob erts 10yds; J E. Pa.row, I-. 3f. La_- I mont, W. Wippell, W. Dwyer, 31. George 12 yds,.; H. Howard, L. J. Taylor, ...

COST OF FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

"COST' OF FOWLS. How many poultry farmers have de finite knowledge of what their stod actually cost them to rear? Very few That is the opinion of MIr T. J. Briex ly, who, according to a farmers' bul letin issued by the Now South Wale Department of Agriculture, found pro lit in the business. Mr Brierly stated --My first batch of chickens was hatch ied on July 19, and there were furthe hatehes every, few days until the ens of September. They were fed on ; plain diet of cracked maize, wheat bran, pollard, meat meal, bone meal and a little oil cake, no mash bein1 given until they were a' week or fortnight old. By the end of Sep tember, I was treating with 800 head o various ages and about equal number of each sex. They comprised Whit Leghorns and Black Orpingtons, the, were abou; 30 per cent of the latter The cost of food up to that date to tailled £8 6/4. From October 1 t, November 7, -ths additional cost o1 feeding was £10 18/8, making a total o :£19 5/. My reason for calculating thi ...

PATENTS AND INVENTIONS. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

PATENTS AND INVENTIONS.. OFFICIAL PR.OC)EEDINGS. "Mossrs. ..G.. 'Turri & Cuo., Patent Attorneys, of .he: lialto, 499 Collins Streets,, Melbourne; ireport that specifi cations' of the following "inventions have been officially aecepted..ind opened for inspection b. the .Commissioner for Patents. -Abridgments of the speci fications may be inspected, without fee, at their office. Lift W.ell Doors-to hold them open, -and when the'lift goes to. close, them automatioally.-W. H. Alsop-8301. Steering Disc Ploughs-to deal, with 'sloping ground, and enable a true furrow to be made. J. Gullidge--8325. Explosion Engine Silencer--Contains series of concentric chaminbrs-spiril rested.-The Maxim. Silencer Co=-8600, Automatic Sampler for Tailings paddle wheel---spur wheel-scoop-run ning stream of tailings-sample 'recei ver. T B. Tazewell-8782. .Non-Refillable Bottle.-Has a non 'return disk valve, pivoted to a.rk, scaling ring, etc. J. F.- and 0. P. O'Brien-10,050. The problem still attracts...

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. ADDRESS BY SENATOR BLAKEY AT RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

THE NORTHERN TERRIRoRy. ADDRESS BY' SENATORR .BLAKEY? Senat'r BIlakey, captivated liiugwood auudience= on Friday ni ght.i.with ai, verbal description of our great naorthern Territory :Iie des cribed' its "rivers, mountains, cli mfite, minerals,- plahits,d?d uimals its natives and their cilstomns, un til one seemed. to ramble with liim amid the ,tropical and :iinteresting beauties - of Northern A.ustralia Here ant there lie told. stories of humor, pathos sand bravery -He spoke for :an hour and twenty min utes, and it seemcd but a serm6n's length. The. Senator .is suffering.: from a bad. form of nasal -catarrh; this was a bit of a. handicap, but notwithstanding l he easily. estab-. lishes the reputation- of_ being- one of the most fluent of Labour or ators' IHe started by making Vic torians feel small, for he said the Northerin .Territory was 6½ times as large "asJrictoriai . He pointed -out. that Victorian. citizens are to-day helping- to find the monev .to open up." that almost unkn...

UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

UppER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. i10.flllIY 31MEETIJ G. re ,,liuary lctiet lg of this coun ?held in ll the Council Chain ri '- t .lunction on Mlonda.v last ,, .s '. I( . ll'ithO (presidentC ) E : .. 'C SpeCers, Mackley, I alnd 3 liroy; Mr B. Mor tecreltar aiid 31ri A T. K. i l engineer , l ol} E)wart. rra D])oon, apply Sfr prorniionall ltiVamelnt of £100 te. Crllftruction 'of the !)bridge It.at ]loon--Action deferred till trl i\ Mi E" . \ ard. La La. arlurton. tn tating thia t iin'regard to l' r l of the coiuncil that h ld h ri h In la.'e Ithe old W\ar "in roid LIet\eenl ;Woods Point ...d 1it La L. AveInuc , the coun C, to have overlooked the Ia -hlie hlad contriihuoted the : 'ark ra, l ; Il i.:t L:.a A\v ' i si.Mke," the old and al S i ,?:ihle entr iallce fom i ,,, '? .d ;iiilI CC stry, land . : , hI lld veral allotments ttllrna' to 11) < rlii k tu'lion of the t, i \:IrllitI :.;l ii wi luld be an - ,'Ir:i n? her part to buy ..l to blocks ahlt eacy sold . - r, id,lv hart Liv\en...

COLDSTREAM RACES. SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 10 April 1914

COLDSTREAM RACES. ICCESSFL MIEETING. ,i President, Mr C. J. iFCAl vce-presidents, Messrs: litCll J"' l. ll J. T Phil i l Eg1Is,., " .. A. Duncan, ?P -nstrolig. " U iley; Ste 6 'esr.s I SMupple, C.- r? I l' hitlips-. i. B. LitLh P l Ton t V. E.1 rrison, J. .o?. vR . stipendiarv Ste 1 I J Bucklald; Judge, Wa 3litchel: Starter, Mr r iug Clerk of Course, Mr II 1?lman; Clerk of Scales, S . MIolonev; Weigher, Mr r J -1; lion. Surgeons, Drs Je ,nd sliort: lion Treasurer, rv Lawlr: Timekeeper, Mr )il itholvI; Jl1anicopper, Mr f. c .: luditor. 31r T. BE. Iar . Secrentary. Mr D. F. irph -x i, Culdsream Turt C'lub's races Si(rra Gleln racecourse on ":r lt 1proved highly sucCCss :. ltt .lm.ce was large, the Ti l-ti bcing well patronised, the itrict Iw.. ve.ry well re i1 i otwithist; anditg the en r, n.t large. tilcields were the averl as rLegards num I t t,,i. "i 1" was very in ; ,;,e ollicialk. withl Mr ' "itchl.l ( ]rcsident), Mr hb. lrp (ccretiry). iand MAIr A. l- V r (as..iltant secretary),...

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