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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, L . •'. - • ^ t.-'-C 7^9 PUKE AND VE;>T WHOLESOME. ESTABLISHED OVEi? 335 YEARS. v.-'. l''-y. " li&s 1 Pure Frencli Grape it • Ui Wi rij ■rv^ ^ ^ t;;,-1, .. ...,. . P*,~2 V-. ft' P. -M The Original riouse of } STEWAHT, Edinburgh ■-. J V\r y:,f/ -y ^ ' -■!' 3 i LVi/ttrt I , ir.dI Cj Vv...>'' 'w' \l 0 ^ Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS I , . 1'IVE ZlJLKsTuB , I PORT-USE <1* , - l^Vii HObKto RUl l'UKJ U.NK ; 1. Uulktvulu ami i>orsett y\)iic iUuaii.: iixpennieat. I lie wo flu is cugbr fur KuinuWiiug- now,. ivhicii, novvover sijuple'' it. May, Ijo, will save -labor or lixpouso, or do M ]ij^» better. Let Jt, Ijo juoio convenient, or firoiiioto: pleasure—re.- * d'u«> rtUBtc. ' • *> ■ ; IVoplo v.ho. handle things ur every: [ day age are tho. natural inventors -bi I bettor tliJiiKS. "and tlio natural capitai •ftt# ol '.o-morrow. , JUeud the spUndiu advice mat Hidden gives. i-.ti.ti n .tlie piooecimo tm io pa...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEGOUD'S EXPLOIT. 290 MILES OVER GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

PEGOUD'S EXPLOIT. •M .MILKS dVKIf GKHMAW. A short t iin.- ::;;n M. fVeoud, l!io well-known French airman, made a invi German lei riiory. carry ill;; a |in.s-oii'i-r a 0 '!*•' p ■; n <, ,*n i. iif ilk' I'hare di' la l.oire, u lui thus <1. s ci ilit") his jot; rnij >■ : "Tu111 i 11;dim north, .m' saw' Ju; town- ol laixciu disappearing I rum si;;ht. On our .oft was tile capital, on our right we last appruaohed Gvc\ aiKiiiukci'. There large lier mali luivcs wore lioins concentrated. ; Wi; circled tin.' place, ami I took nr. tin . down ot all t saw. Then we c.>min ued en route, aiid soon a! rived at tiio lar;;e r-tation el . liero. on look ing down, all Me.' e.ililii : i.-e ti',;;. a ii,a.sb of crossing line;-. < niv.'itiiiig one another j like snake;;. "llnve 'loupiii;', the l.jop-,' nnl.v Po^oiid 1;iiij'.v,-j hot'.' lo do, aitd then wo started on our return journey. \Vu reached Tiii nvillc at eleven at ni<;lit. ■:nd after c'ri li:i;z th...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

f'OK 'WOMEN (By "Arnbrokino.") Woman, ns ;i liouseiv ii«», has a Rood cle.11 t:' put uj> with. .Sometimes her lot iscivos too much < (indolence, Unit ;in 11Iiei . even t|ioii;(li she ha- been cond linn over Iti.TM-li. Sometimes i;iu' is rasped by liciinny that m'n con demned In fin <Umiitin<4 as ill shops of .vnivhotisos, sjnilo nt hor old-fa-hioin nays, as when tin- i>tlif,j 'iav a ns'jtnI hint id clean window? quickly was qualified by a pou picture of the mail uindow cleaner lail^liiny; hilnriouslv over "omen's -lower ways. while li" dashe- s incthin^ limbic against the panc^. i Personally J. have never seen tli>> limit wnitlow-cleanor lau^him: hilariously- (Jim wonders again it his way :s >o Kood «hy the windows lio supiifinteiids iiroil'i a little oleiuior than Ihoy tiro). Perhaps t-lio worst trouble tlie nioiern hoiisewiie has to contend with it. the man who say* that labor saving machinery now preserves hor I'roin all work. This ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our Oorreapoiidont). Tho conversion of Soymour into a military tow. will bo pleasing to thoso intorcstod in tho wolfaro of that cen tra, but will not bo luiilml with Un nuxod dolight by a vory largo section 01 others. First tlioro aro tho soldiers (homaolvu,. It has been thoir chief delight to spend thoir loavo among the attractions offered hv tho city: Tho accessibility of tho theatres,' picture shows and other amunoinents did much to compensate for tho arduous work of training and th« discomforts of tlio camp. Thon thero are the uumerous ••limp followers who havo established • neniselvps at Broadmoadows and havo J carried on a considorablo amount of J ImisIucss in supplying various wants of thti soldiers aud their visitor!-'. Thero :u« itho many city purveyors of things to cat and drink and wear who havo found liio. soldiers liberal spenders and whose returns will r.how approciablo djiiiinution whon camp is shifted. But the health of tho inou is tho Unit con...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JET HUNRER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER III. THE SOLDIER'S SLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

JET jtiUNTER'S FOSTER SOW. CHAPTER HI. THE SOLDIER'S SLOl'Ull "It sounds liko -liulp l" Dame. Kuiz" j exolaimcd tlio young mnu whoso rjuicii ; «arn had first cnuKht tin; (Jr.tnul | semmj, uud who now thrust aside his books and fct.ntod to his /cot. "Some thing uius.1 have huj/pottod down dnl'i." "Lot u be, let a Us," xrumblud the old ivuiiuii to »liu he Npoke, iookioK up from some household tusk in u remote cornor ,»u.: turning ji whol(.v,uim> riu:< townrdb the firm speaker. "Ale in, wit out, lay deery. K i-» hnyliiii vest Litre no\r, iiud so many rhiitbiiu^ bul.i iibou. huHidcK thu Iri.shery thut oom« I'loin youd thu kea, nnd IJllt lit till" juncture a window diirk onod the do .1. mid into tji" hotn.u j>lac<> ol tlm loiU'Jv dwelling - one tboM houses plainly built of dry Kt»iie, of which wo «(•,; mi inuiiy in tho nortn of England, and in the southern coun ties or more- -luirM 11 pariti/i,'.; run ner. '•Oaptain ! ' 'Tied out tIn? hiir;ir JiI&lt...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOMMY ATKINS—OPTIMIST. "YOU WHIT A BIT" AIR. RESOURCE ON THE BATTLEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

TOMMY ATKINS—OPTIMIST. "l'OU WA1U' A HIT" A J It. liF.iOUROE ON THE UATTLJOKJ1CLI) Tlieie tiro r>o many circumstances that, do not. odd to tlio gaioty of na tions that it is a relief to return to ;i cheery subject--tho cheeriest subjoct in tho u oj Jd, in fact—l'rivato Thomas AL Liny of any company, any regiment, any where. I have been with liini in Al riou, in litfypt, aUloine, writes a cor respondent of the London Daily Chron icle, iiiid now 1 a in uitli him in Franco. And 1 dufy the rankest grumbler to tee his cheery "You wnit a hit" sort of air, and not become a confirmed op timist instantei. With a grin on his fuco and a 'lay" in his mouth, Hp's waiting lor "Allemands"—up from tho Smith; llr'n bin through tho campaign from "Sissons," to "Wipers," lio's plugged one or two, and he's doad nuts on snipors. With u beard that lid's, proud of—a 'Teddy Dear'' coat, Mis legs wrapped in sucks, and a husky' sore throat. - A "c'ido id 'is dose" and the frost ill his toes, Vet ho's happy...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

The builder builded a house of brick, 'Twas as^ sound as Bound could bo, But the builder himself was out of re pair, Arid a rapped cough coughed he. lis a wooden suit I'll be wearing soon," Said he, and hia face was dour; But he beat the o/d lieaper in just two hours With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. noticjTSF REMOVAL. WB bog to notify our Patrona that the Office of " TUB CRE.SSY AND LIS MORE PIONEER" has been kIlMOVED to more Commo dious Promises, situated in Station Street, where Business will be curried on as usual. We desire to thank those who have supported us in the past, and trust for a continuance of their esteemed patronage in the future. II. BARNES, Proprietor. Stock, Land and General Com mission Agents, 19 MA LOP STREET, G BELONG. (Telephone, 1502). Offices at HORSHAM, DIMBOOLA NITILL, RAINBOW, .FEPARIT NATIMUK and GOIiOICE AUCTION and CLEARING SALES Conducted in any part of Victoria LAND SALES a SPECIALITY. Farming- and Grazing Properties for Safe and to Lease in variou...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVENTURES OF A SPY. TWO ESCAPES FROM DEATH. THE GERMAN TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

ADVENTURES OF A SPY. TWO ESCAPES FIIO'M DEATH. THE GERMAN T11A1\ Great as may bo the monetary re wards for spying, fhoro cai.' aufely 1)' mi adequate reward lor tho risks run, not only of lito, for flint risk in theso j days is ruitb»'*'£. but ol man's very joiiJ. IIn(ill anil "uoStW'*'' 'it'iuon, ov»iv of Uis. own countrymen, tho H>> go«s about his doadly work a prey to tlio uiuwl. terrifying t-imiLi>,sit-7 iliat can pOSS'.'SS living IlOlllgS. Jn.sL what those risks aio may bo. gathered Iroin a letter Ijy Ji' iit> XI. Feibolumn to tin; fyoiulon Daily Kxpress, written from Amsterdam. VI have just, hud n talk;" li'o says, "with a man of extraordinary conra^o, : wJio has recently luicl two narrow <s capes from being shot as a spy by the ! Germans, J. promised him 1 would not mention his name. Hut Ills nanio dots not really matter. L will fnII him"Duraml, Durand is about '10 yours of ago, and n Frenchman. When tlio war brolto out lie* offered his hi r vict's to t...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

THE KAISER: Oh ! why was such a monster born, A devil on eart.h in human firm, Who should the hangman's rope adorn— The Kaiser. Tiy treacherous means tried nil he knew, To fill his pot of. Gorman stew, Who's bitten off morc'n he can chow— The Kaiser. Who's symbol outjht to be n hoarse, WIio'b soldier's deeds could not be worse, Who's words are not worth a tinker's curse— The Kaiser's. Who murders babes with bombs and shell. And sanctions every crime as well, Who's heart must bo as bluck as The Kaiser's. Who forced this war but will not win, Who thought the world was made for him. Who makes his mate the devil grin— The Kaiser. Who pineed himself before his God, Who for himself has made a rod, Blasphemer, murderer, treacherous dog The Kaiser. Who for his crimes must expiate, Who'll have to eat his hymn of hate, Who'll cry for mercy when too late— The Kaiser. When he stands before the great white throne, He's got t0 reilp what he has sown, Then Satan claims him for his own— The Kaiser....

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUDANESE TRAITOR. ENVER PASHA'S EMISSARY. EGYPTIAN OFFICER'S LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

SOUDANESE TRAITOR. ENVISR PASHA'S EMISSARY. EGYPTIAN OimCER'S 1.0 V A J/1'Y. [ The Turku lutvo u spy system in Egypt, mi the German model. l'lllli.slllMUMt llll.S iltci ITIetOll mil I'1 ' some 'of the spies, mill 'hi; ko.^" tj,t.y have attempted to sow lni.s gciioraK.v • fallen mi barren soil. A typical ex ample of till) ull'orUs of ill'! Germa.i iiiH|,ii'«;tl Turks to stir up strile is given in tho report of a court martial of an ex-soldier o\ the Soudanese Army, pub lished i" ih.: Soudan Times us follows: Tlio splendid loyalty ol tin; Egyptian Army has come prominently to notice by. tlio dramatic arrest at I'orl Soudan of a '1'uI'lciwli sjiy, Annus Abdullah, in tin) most, of tlio 3rd Battalion, at the hands of Egyptian ollicors. Almiiz, a liutivo of tliu Soudun, wan in tlio Otli Soiidiiiiu.su till I'JOO, when ho jo.iiud the Egyptian Coast. Guards, which is a service entirely distinct Ironi the Egyptian Army, and was promoted Yu/.lia-hi in 11)07. I'ivo years later he was convicted ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of the Hampden shira council was held on Juno 1st. Present—Crs. E. Manifold (president), J, C. Manifold, IV. M'Dovvall, J. Brad shaw, E. J. Kelly, S. G. Black, and J. L. Currie. An apology for absence was received from Cr. D. S. Oman. Correapon donee. From Duverne.y. Progress As sociation, asking if the road through the homestead block at Strathvean, that was petitioned for some time ago, had been se cured.—Received. From A. B,. Beston, Derrinal lum, applying for water to be laid. on to his residence.—Referred to engineer. From,the council's herdsman at Lismore, stating that straying pigs were becoming a nuisance at Derrinallum, and asking advice as to dealing with them.—Re ferred to inspector. . From Cressy progress associa tion, drawing the council's atten tion to the unsafe condition, of the guard fence surrounding the pump hole near Cressy.—Re ferred to engineer. Engineer's TCeport. The engineer (Mr A.C. Mickle) reported for the. ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIERCE BAYONET CHARGES. BATTLE IN CARPATHINS. SLAUGHTER OF GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

FIERCE BAYONET CHARGES. BATTLE JN CaJU'ATHIANS. SLAUGHTER OF OEHMANB. Tho Hussiunn won a pout victory in Hi" Carpathians curly in February. Thy hcpih) of th« conflict was between Htry and Munliiilc],, |., JVom Ul0 urej)t ol the ridge, known as t.ho heights of Kor.^tnka, which in also tlio boundary linn separating Galicia from Hungary. r lh() Amitro-Uurronh forces ivoro repulsed with groat slaughter. The I'etrograd borreapondont of tUu '^"I'ion "Daily Telegraph" writos:—• At nigiic, ....lor mivnr oC. darkness, tlii! Germans mussed a large force in - /rout of t,liu Hessian poHition, and in the grey light 0f thu dawn lino upon Jiiio ol infantry were hum forward to their death. Tho attack was delivered with terrific impetuosity, ami covered b,\ a turioiiH lire lruin thu onoiny's heavy artillery. Undeterred by tholr experiences in Flanders and on tho lizura, tho Germans fiere once rnoro re lied almost exclusively on tho moinon tnm of enormous numbers driven for ward remorselessly and unc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NEWS. FOXHOW PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

CHURCH NEWS. FOXHOW PRESBYTERIAN SUN DAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. On Morrday night, May 31st, the anniversary, concert and so cial in connection with the Fox how Presbyterian Sunday school was held. The proceeds are to be used to carry on the Sunday school work in Foxhow. The programme, which was a lengthy one and of very good quality, was carried through solely by the chil dren. Songs, recitations, mar ches, club swinging, and dia logues made up the programme for the evening. The children were suitably and tastefully at tired for each item To Miss Gibson all praise is due for the way in which she trained the children to carry out their sepa rate parts. Much labor and thought must have been expen ded to achieve such results. Rev A. F. Lawson, B.A., presided. There was a numerous audience. After the musical and elocution ary,part of the evening had con cluded, refreshments were han ded round. The following is the programmeIlymn, "On one and all," children; recitation, "Welcome," seven gir...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOT IN THE AIR. BULLET THROUGH AVIATOR'S HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

SHOT IN THE AIR. BULLET TifROUOU . AVIATOR'S HJBABT. In a letter to his parents (says Rou ter's special service) tbc aviator Gil bert rotates a recent exploit which won him tho Gross of tho Legion of Honour. "It. was when returning from a rccou n,-usance to Saint Ktientin in company with a lieutenant obsorvor, that 1 per ceived tho German. 1 immediately oponod the throttlu, and 25 minutes i:itor, above Amiens, I had reached a good position to opon lro. "Tho enemy had not heard us for, after rising nearly 2000ft. abovo him, I cut off spark ready to swoop down on him. The lieutenant iirod tho first shot at a distance of only 30ft or 40ft, and shot tho Gorman through the neck, and broke bin arm. Tho German turned round aghast, but boforo ho could do anything my observer had llred again, ivhile J kopt my machino almost motion less over the hostile aeroplane. On such occasions It is useful to bo Bomothing of an acrobat. The bullet pierced tho stool plpatc, and paased clean through the he...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Bubtious.") It is a matter for rogr«t that tho porcoatage of tho unscrupulous who arc to bo found in overy community have seized upon tho opportunity offored by the provisions for advancos of Bond made by tho Government," to attempt to accuro personal advantage by decep tion. It is a prottv low- order of mind that gets down to that kind of thing, I but according to tho Minister for Lands thero are some afflicted with it. The AUnistor, tho othor day, made tho fol iowiingf statement:-—* 'Tho advances inado to tho cultivators throughout the .State, under tho authority of tho Seed Advances Act, have amounted to such a very largo sum, representing aomr thousands of individual fanners, that it becomes absolutely necessary to see that tho provision* of the Act are faithfully observed. VY'hilo thin v.-il< unquostionobly be done by t.lie great bulk of tho farmors concerned, it is in uvidenoo tluit in somo eases tho ob!i■ gatioiiH under the Act tire treated v...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAFETY FIRST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

SAFETY FIRST j Fnrmoi'.—WIioh'h the next train north V Station Agent.—In an hour. Fnruior.—When is tho noxt train, going south? ! Station Agent.—Fifty minutes. Farmor.—All right, Mirandy, we can sat across the traokB."

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLYMPIA HORSEMAN'S LEAP ESCAPE FROM UHLANS.. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

OLYMPIA HORSEMAN'S LEAP ESCAPE FROM U LI LANS. Lot no one again say that show jumpiug is useless, writes a correspon dent iu .Klandors oi' llm London Diiilj' Mail. Tho other day 1 came upon u Belgian oliiiur, famous as a rider and a judge of horses, whom I had met at Olympia.' f asked him whether ho had found tho art of jumping in the ring and high school riding of any prac tical service. "Jlavo I?" bo said to his companions, and ono of thom told mo the story of almost li s first adven ture in tlie war; lie was sent with a despatch across a neighborhood much frequented by Uhlans, and heforu ho know ho found himself cut off by lo of thom. Tlioy at oneo started to rido him down. In front of him was a double fonco of barbed wire, and without hesitation Jie put his horse, u favorite jumper, at tho obstacle. Ilo just touched tho horso on the 'tuarters- as ho rose, and the animal, giving that littles sidiowuys wriggle with tho hoels which marks the prize jumper just cleared tho ob:t taclo...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INCREASE OF STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

INCREASE OF STAMP DUTIES For a period of four years from the .first.-of'July next the stamp duty payable on receipts of £2 and'over'Will be 2d. On bills of exchange drawn in Victoria and payable in Victoria, on promis sory notes, on settlements and on deeds of gift the stamp duty will r.be twice the amount now payable. On transfers and ' con veyances on sale of real property the rate has been increased iTom 5s for every £50 or fraction thereof'after the first £50 tolOs. 'The stamp duty payable on •cheques; on drafts payable on >demandi on orders to pay money, •on leases and on transfers of "leases, on contract notes, and on Ibills of lading has not been in -creased.. Foreign and inter-state ibills of exchange, which were •exempted from payment of stamp duty in the year 1908 will, from •the 1st July next, again require "to be stamped. The new two penny duty stamps,as well as the new promissory note forms, will •be available for purchase at every 'post office throughout i the State...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONATIONS FOR WREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 9 June 1915

• DONATIONS FOR WREATH. v The following subscriptions were received for a wreath for ' the late Private James Tierney from the residents and railway employes of Cressy :—Edwards' ■ farm 4s, Cnlmsee family 33, Dr. Wood, P. Dunne 2s 6d, Mi-sFord, Messrs J. Leonard, T. Thomson, j. M'Namara 2a, Mr W.Cantillon la 6d, Mesdames Gangel), Poyn •ton; Chesterfield, G. Thornton, Misses A. Nelson, Harrington, Hoarse, Mills, K. M'Carthy, K. Bown, Messrs B. Sweeney, J. Tait, B. "Carling, E. Berry, W. Edwards, J.'Richens, R. Batter bury, J. Gangell, A. Gilchrist, G. Knight, J. Norton, C. Dawkins, T. Maher, T; Johnson, F. Yarra, JV.Davidson, M. Johnson, A. G. Mowat, E. Loats, J. Sandiford, A'. Watts, C. Clifton, G. M'Mur ray, B.' Horbury, V. Campbell, W. O'Brien, J,' Bannister, C. Earles, A. Sadler, J. M'Kinnon, H. Mowat, C. Ross, J. Spalding, S. P. Leigh Is, Mesdames C. Begley, P. Bateman, E. Reilly, Loats, Klein, Delahunt, Messrs N. Thornton, R. Willis, T.Patter son, R. Metherall, A. Willis, v. Lo...

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