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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

GownH Jlcm5c![tnli (ComjicSS. The usual fortnightly meeting was held on Thursday night last. Present — Alder. Holmes (Mayor), Harrison, Bissakcr, Oxley and Cobb. CORRESPONDENCE. From A. J. Turner asking permission to erect an awning.— Permission granted. From W. Carey and Sons, offering to supply cement at 13/6 a cask. From Lithgow Valley Colliery Co.. furnishing price-list of drain pipes. — Council Clerk instructed to purchase all pipes from the company. From J. Alexander, stating terms on which he would inspect and report on the Gas-works. From G. Smithies of Wagga, offering to furnish the report for £7 7 /? aud expenses.— On the motion of Messrs. Bfcaker and C^bb, tho clerk was in structed to write to the councils referred to in Mr. ; Smithies' letter, and obtain all information as to his capabilities. Tho matter to stand over in the meantime. From Board of Health, cs to appointment of inspector under Diseased Meats Act.— On the motion of Aid. Oxley and Harrison, the clerk was in...

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The Old Monarch and the New. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Tlie '01(1 Mflnnrcli ami tho New. . On Monday it wns nnnouncod tlint Prince Bismarck had boon taken auddonly ill. On Tuesday the news camo that ho wns liottor j but almost simultaneously wo heard by tho cablo that Dr. von llorgmnnn had advised tho Emporor AVillinm to ntulorgo n slight operation to choc!; iiis nfl'oction of tho oar, but that otherGorman doctors lmd lountiollod airninBt tho oxnerimont no likolv to rosult simply iu tho tranafor of tho locality of tho malady. As for tho ox-chnncollor, prohnbly no ono need troulno liimsolf about him ]U8t yet. If, as is genorally roportod, Prineo Bismarck is woll up in English litovnture, ho niighl, parodying Mnjur Bagstock, exclaim with much truth, ' Otto B. ia tough, sir, doviliah tough.' Tho Princo ia ncous* tomod, it is said, lo lament to his familiars that ho bns 'always paid cash.' Ho explains this to mean that ho has oxpended himself in tho public service, and has ex hausted his constitution. But still ho has ! lived to 77, and a v...

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Goulburn Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

SEaow. The above exhibition was held on Thursday and Friday, and was fairly successful. The attendance was estimated at 5000 on tho secand day. Mr. W. J. Wynne'* (who resides at Throsby Cottage, ^ Moss Vale) Shannon nnd Mrs. Ambrose's Gratis 'divided first nnd cecoml prizes in hunting contest, over not less than 3 jumps of 4ffc. high. First 'prize £20, I second i'o, aud the third of £3 3s was won by Mr. h. Grahom'n Darkey. Amcnpet the judges in the various sections the following local gentlemen acted : — Blood and coaching : X C53rn. G. Tate and C. L Nicholson ; Miscellaneous horses : Mr. F. A. Badgcry ; cattle: Messrs. E. Williamo, C. L. Badgcry, E. Moces and John Hayter ; fatotockaiid Sign : Messrs. J. A. and A. D. Badgery ; tToga . Wade and W. Grogin ; farm produce Messrs. Thos. Secry, John I'iggott, and C, Tildsley : flowers Mr. T. Cope. *

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Robertson Police Court. THURSDAY MARCH 24th 1892. (Before Messrs. W. R. Hindmarsh senr. and J. Grice, Js.P) Richard McEvilly v. James weir. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

ffioterfeon Pclcs (Court. Tiiim-nAY Mahcii 24th 16U2. (Before Messra. W. R, Hindmar^h senr. and J, Grice, Js.P). . j Richard McEvillp v. James Weir- j Claim £7 10s, damage to crop of potatoes. Plaintiff deposed that the defendants pigs had trespassed on his cn several occasions, and had des troyed potitoia to the amount sued for. Messrs. Boll and Northam, also gave evidence. Defendant deposed that he had 12 pig3, hut on the neighbours complaining of their trespassing he disposed of S. He had received a letter from pliin tiff claiming £7 10s ; considered the damages done at 30s. A verdict was given for the full amount, with 1 costs of three witnesses at 5s and 8s costs. W. G. Warhey £ co v. Thomas Armstrong. Claim £7 17/12, goods sold. Verdict for amount. Slaughtering licenses were granted to J. Cole, E. Schofield and I Carrick.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Great Clearing Sale. ! ^ - ?? ? 1. '? ^ „ '- J 'j l { I ; ? '???' ''!hj 5 ? IN CONSEQUENCE OF EEMOVINO/PROM^TIIE DIST1UC7V BEGS TO INFORM . The Public of Moss 1 ali; and Siiri'ouridiiig llisti'icfs1 ' - . ' p j 'THAT HE WILL OFFER THE, , ..TV WHOLE OF HIS STOCK, * AT PRICES WHICH MUST ttBMANi) '^V.' AN ISBtOIATE AND ENTIRE CLEARANCE. DRESS Q0PPS,.;3J. ), -JJd, 5Jd per yard PRINTS, iZBPHYRS; DELAINES, FLANNELECTE3, GA.IATEA. STRIPES, &c., &o., wilt be soLDiat: cosr PiiiORS. CALICO, :'£LANNEriS. BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, HOLLAND3, TOWELS, &c.; &B.i- vvuhlia eotb'nt iiNvoiCE-pRicEs; ' ? ' Job Lot of, RIBBONS; 'Id, 2d, 3d, and Gil por yard. ' L-^G®3' ®TX- ^ES, SWISSfWORK;', FLOWERS, .FEAT FIER3, STAYS, HOSIERY - ? ? jANCY GOODS, '&6.iv&c.t ore offered m n queat reduction. ?Immense- reduction in HABERDASHERY, LADIES FASHIONABLE JACKETS, 108. 6(1., 13s. Gd., 2ps., price now 7s. Gd., Os. Gd„ und 17s. 6d. Also a good assortment of LADIES OIIEGKED T...

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Robertson. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Robertson. K2Z00L OF AETS. A committee meeting of the School of Arts was | held on Friday even inc. March 25th. The fice president, Mr. W. R. Hindniarsb. jan., occupied the chair; and there were present — Mccrrs. H. Denni*, W. Whit'?, S. J. McBarrcn, C. Stnbbiogs, J. W. Stone, M. D. Huc:sy, hoa. ccs., and Rev. J. Col well. A letUrwas rcccivcd from the Oddfellows Lodge requesting cot to be charged forth? night cf ! Jan. 2oth lart, teeing they CDuld not held a meeting -wing to the hall being occupied by a theatrical j Tcupe. On the motion cf Mc—ra. Bosnia and ! lIcHirron it was decided net to charge. A letter | rras read frcm the Department cf Public Instruction : ?cqnc'ticg the committee to have an cnelo:ed paper ? giving an recount of the institution and workiuzs ' rem ita foundation filled in and returned to the j Department. The tccretary was infracted to have :he zr.ir.o filled up. The following accounts were Ti:*.ed for payment : — W. Mr.ddocl:, for books, L'4 17c *d ; ll W. Bur...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

V,:; .: %UMSIAnt¥. ? ? Loid Snl-abury has expressed his willing nos8;to couter with tho Uaitnd Statos Cabiiiot oil the countor proposals Bubmittod by Eng land iu connootion with tho Bolmng Sen qiiostiou. Preaidunt Ilariiion has rophoJ^ . that ho insiots upon tin unconditional ruijo^'.ii.icl of tho modus vireiitli, othorn-ino America''^' -J tnl,o ulnnn tr, f,,,./.,' Ill ,7 nvnl.lrln nnfll-B ! cll0 ?'?'I'' '''-'''J rf'-'. aWjfji veaeols from Bohritig Son, \jantl J? Tho rebtillious imtivos nt Paiians, I tyi? ^°,v Malay Poninsuln, lmvo onpt.-u-od 'l'omoirJ7?-, — . . . and killed it numbor of Sikha. Gpunt Euloiiborg ha3 ncooptc.l tho ofllue _r Premier 111 tho Prusaiau (Jabiuet. 1 ? '^id ' Tho strike of ouiployooa on tho Canada -s^.- Paeific Eiihvay hus on-lod, tho griorattC! of the mon having baeu referred to arbitr-/ tiou. ? y — An Anaroliiat bomb factory haa been dia- , covered in Paris. ' . ' The Legislative Assombly. co'ntinuod ait ting till shpitly ufter 4 o'clock on Thursday mornin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

-®c Scrutineer. TERMS: Subscription' 2/6 per quarter prepaid; S/; booked ; charged only from the time of commcncing. Quarters cnii Mnvch 31, Juno 30, September 30, Decetnbor 31, at \yliich periods only can subscriber* decline by giving a»-veeVa notice in writing direct to the office—not through a, local, collector — awl paying to the then running quarter. . .. - Advbhtiskmknts — ot leas than one inch, 1/- for the firat two lines and 3J. per line after ;* longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and' 1/0 for overy subsequent inch.* A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements! ? Advertisements o births, mairiages,-and tleaths. if senfc by post, must be authenticated by the^signature cf . someipcrson knowuWtWoffiec, or llioy wfllWt'Uo ihsnVtkl. Advertisements will ,bc received up to G p.m. on day of publication; ' Tho : number of insertions should be written on . the face, or tho advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

IfSp (jpeelal AdveWisementfl. . H. RICHARDSON. MOSS V \LE, - Cplielftercr. Frencfc Polisher, Pictcre Framer- Ac. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bcd«tcad» and - \A. Balding, Cirpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door , always on hand. Spring Roller and ' Blind*, made and fitted or repaired. C0MIUERGIA1 BANKING COMPAS Y. -d-if Ertabliihe-J 1634. Incorpcratcl 1S-JS. H Cad Offico : -h:orj;r. .Stkej.t, S/pm:/. '? CAPITAL ? f.CGO.OCO RESERVE FUI7D ? Li G70.GCU Brawn rot. Eoi'au.iatio:; or Dividbsim ? ;i2CO,COO Money receive! at Interest and all other usual Booking Bmineia transact?.!. E. KVKRARD ROW, Manaoj:!:, noes VALE DL1AI7CH. W, H. PALDTG & Co7 '- EsiABlisncD 1*353. I:;conro?.A~r.n 1553. meat ? ? ? -1 Men K . ;! *£ \ J V t , ^ r / ^ y A\ c 1 1 u v Sole Agents for PIANOS by .itemway and Sons, Julias Feurich, Uebel aud L'.'chkiter, Carl Kcko, The Victor, The Billing ; and for the world-renowned KSTKY ORGANS and Boose 7*0 Brass Band Instruments. Universal Providersuf PIANOFORTES, ORGANS. MUS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Certainly the best medicine known is SANDEH aud SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat its eminently powerful c fleet 3 in coughs, eclds in fluenza j tlio relief is inatantenous. In serious C33C3 and accidents of all kinds, bo thoy wounds burns, acaldings, bruises, sprains it is tbo safest remedy— no swelling— no inflammation. Lato suprisirlg eljeeia produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, swellings &o„ diarrhcea, dysentry, diseases of tho kidnoys and urinary organs. Iu use at hospitals and clinics all over the world ; patronised by His Majesty tho King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma tio International Inhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to on approved artioja nnd rojoot nil othorn,

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

WESLEYAN. Bowral 11— Mr. Coleman ; 7.30— Rev. Corner. Mittagong 11— Rev. Cornet ; 7.30— Mr. Gregory, Moss Vale 3 — Rev. Corner. Robertson 2.30- Rev. J. Colwell ; 7.30 — Rev. J, Colwell. Kangaloon 11 — Rev. Jas. Colwell. Wild's Meadow 2.30-Mr. White.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

CHURCH OF EUGXAITD Suttok Forest.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd aud 4th Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. aud Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; ovory Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bundanoon.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 5th Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion.- Exeter — Wednesday (on or ' beforo full moon) 7.30, Hollytiiokpe {Cross 'Roads — Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Sorvice every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Ashby (St. Thomas)— Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga — Second Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All Boats are free. — W. A. Lee^h, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Berrima, every Sunday at 11 j second and fourth Sundays in the month at 7. 'Jtev. G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr iss Roads, first and third Sunday at 7. 3i!gh Range, second Sunday at 3. Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stephen's, Mit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Mr. J3. Ward, a member of tho Adehido Stock Exclmngo, foil dead in front of tho building on Wodncadoy morning. On Wednesday tho trnmwny employees in Wel lington, Now Zealand, otrnel: work for an ndvanco in wagca. The memboro of tho Ac3ombly cho3on to consti tute tho Parliamentary Standing Committco on Publio Works aro Meaara, Wall, Gough, Torpy, Neild, Farnell^ M'Court, Collino, and Garvnn. At tho opening of tho March ocrica of London auction oalca of -voolt morino3 declined 5 per cent., but good crOMjbrcdo rcmainod unchanged. Photography.— Mr. Sibcrt, tlio wcll-l;no\vn photographer, WI1030 reputation for over thirty years haa eatabliahed him a favorite, is now at Eonral, where ho han erected, at great oxpenoo, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything in tho district. Everybody is invited to hia studio to judgo for them* nelvos. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous process. All work beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fadi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

~ A ' ham, jam, and glory tea ' is how tlio ' War Cry' drsignates a recent Army tea meeting at ^The'^Ywifs rognrdi tho rosult of the last I intercolonial cricket match as a brilliant vic tory for tho Englishmen and a gratifying conclusion to thoir colonial tour. Tho Hon. A. Mtlconzio, Prtmior of Canada , is in a critical otnto of hpfj|th. In No. 2 Jury Court on Tuosdoy the libel flo'.ion brought against by MacMohon Bro thers against Markham Richard Evans proprietor of tho Sunday Times, resulted in a verdict for tho plaifl'iffs for £500,

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ROBERTSON PARK V. MITTAGONG "OUR BOYS." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Robeoton Pabk v. Mittagong ' Oor Boys.' A match between tlio an a liievens or me auuvu clubs was playc.l in Mittagong on Saturday, result ing in a win for the Our Boys. Following are the scores:— _ , , ,T . Roborton Park.— 1st Innings. J Dennis, b Jeavons, 1 j 0. Normon, b Leo, 3 ; * R. Rudeo, run out, 12 ; R. Norman, b Jeavons, 3 ; T. Madden, b Walker. 4; J. Ford, h.o.w., 0 ; J. Morrissey, 1) WalUor, 0 ; H. Morrissoy, run out, 5 ; G. Colo, not out, 7 ; B. Jones, b Jeavons, 1 ; sun flt2nd2Innings1.— T. Madden, c WalkorbC. Losoby, ? 0 ! G. Cole, b Jeavono, 0 ; 0. Norman, b J . Jeavons, 0 ; J. Dennis, b Brazenall. 40 ; R. Rrnlg0. b Walker, 15 ? J Ford, b W. Brazcnall, 1 i H. Morrissey, b Brazeiiall, 4 ; R. Norman, b Brazenall, 1: J. Mor rissey, thrown out, 1 ; sundries S) ; total 71. Mlttagoug, J. Loseby, b 0. Norman, 27 ; H. Ross, b Ford, 1 ; J. Jeavons, b R. Norman, 0 | B. VUlker, b Ford, 2* T. Lee, o and b R. Norman, 27 i C. Loseby, b R* Norman. 7 ; Vv*. Bruzonnll, not out, 21 ; J....

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ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

ECE0ES. ; ' (By ICangaloon.) [ I havo hardly regained my proper breath yet. I had an awful fright on Sunday night h3t. I was at a mission rovival mooting, and going homo with the parcon ho suggested that wo should drop in to Jitnm3' C ? 'a (not Cullen'n, nor Caldwell s, but another Jimmy C ? ), who always kept a drop on hand for the good of hia 41 utumniiok.' Jimmy introduced tho cask which had %t never giugnd the ganger's oye.' After a few minutes tho parson uttered a loud yell and darted under the table ;and rm looking round I aaw Hia Sablo Majesty's tail nnd all seated nn tho cask. Giving a horrible grin and pointing to tho parson under the tabic, ho commenced what I must call Tiie Devil's Lament. Round nnd round tlio earth I go, Will) march of progress novcr slow, And every day I see more woo Than e'er h felt in Hell below. Mon bent on pleasure or on pelf Just plays the devil with hiinsolf, And plays the dcril with others too— Then I am booked for all they do, If their rascaliti...

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MOSS VALE WARATAHS V. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Moss Vale Waratahs v. Bowral Association. ? The abovo teams tried conclusions on the Glebo wicket, Bowral, on Saturday afternoon last, when tho Waratahs sustained a signal defeat. The visitors, who went in first, wore unable to make a stand against the trundling of Griffiths, Cupitt, and Wilshire, and when tho last wicket fell they had only compiled 45. When time was called the Association had only lost two wickots for -/9, , J. Cupitt and J. Griffiths, who had both topped tho century, carrying their bats. Tho scores aro as follows . , Waratahs. ? W. Murray, b Wilshire ? 18 W. Dunn, b Griffiths ... ... ... 1 J. Fleeton, o E. Griffiths, b Cupitt ... 10 T. Culcy, b Wilshire ? 3 J. Arnott, b Griffiths ? ... 7 Cullen. b Griffiths ... ... ... 0 A. Wightley, b Griffiths ? Z H, Garling, b Griffiths ? - 0 A.Elliott, not out ... ... ... 4 P. Hoarc, o J. Griffiths, b Cupitt ... 0 Taylor, b Griffiths ... ... ... 0 Total ? ' ... ??? 45 Association. ' ' E. Griffiths, c Dunn, b 'Fleeton ... 6' C,...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

JLocsa! News. . Mr, G. W. Euller, MX. A. for ICixma, was mar ried in Sydney on Wednesdoy to Miss Ada Louisa King, daughter of Mrs. M. King, Woolahra, late of Kiama. At tho Moss Vale Polico Court on Wednesday the 'licenso of tho Coach nnd Hcrses Hotel, Mitta gong was transferred Irom Frederick Kiugham to John Bautres Hotson. lately of Kogarah. At the Moss Vale Police Court on Monday, before Mr. A. 0. Moriarty, J.P., Allen Roborts was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Argylc street on the previous evening. Finod 53 or 24 hours imprisonment. In the Assembly on Weunesuay Mr. bee, in answer to Mr. M'Conrfc, said tho amount of puroly military railway traffic arising out of the military encampment for 1891 was £4550. It was difficult to say what other rcvenuo had been received on account of tho encampment. At tho Berrima Police Court on Tuesday, before the police magistrate, Wm. Moore, junr., of Man demar, and James Moore, of Berrima, pleaded not guilty to having been drunk and di...

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WILD'S MEADOW v. SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Wild's Mkadow v. Sciton Forest, A match was played between the above teams on tho Sutton Forest wicket on Saturday afternoon last, and resulted in a win for tho homo team by five rana on the first innings. Appended ore the scores : — Wild's Meadow.— First Innings. E. C- Dunne, c Capt. Cholmondely ... 6 A. E. Brown, b Gough ... ? ? 1 E. Hawkins, c Inness, b Gongh ... 17 H. Mackie, h o w, b Prigg ? 9 F. L. Breakwell, not out ' ... ., 10 S. Wright, 1- Prigg ? 4 A. Parker, bowled ? 1 J. W. Montgomery, bowled ... ... 0 F. Parker, c Ellsmore, b Waller ... 1 Pullcn, o Clark, b Prigg ? ... ... 0 Lewry, b Prigg ? ??? 0 Sundries ? 3 Total ? ... ... 52 Second Innings. Brown, b Waller ? 13 Breakwell, b Waller ... ... 2 Hawkins, b Waller ? 0 Dunne, c Clark ? ? ... 17 Mackie, not out ... ? ... 13 Sundries ? ? 1 Total for 4 wickats ? 40 ' Sutton Forest.— First Inning?. Capt. Cholmondely, b MackiB _ ... 27 Inness, .b Brown... ... ^ ... 11 , Prigg, c Breakwell, b Mackie ? 7 Waller, b Brown.. ? 0 Bad...

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Moss Vale Reserve Rifle Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Moss Vale Kescrvo BgiCile (Co. The usual quarterly meeting of this company was ' held in the OddfellowsMiall on Monday evening. Present— Messrs. R. H. Jervis {chair), A. Salmon, G. Bailey, C. Taylor, J. Wotton, and H. Lambert. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following members were clccted oleoted an executive committee for ensuing quarter : — Messrs. F. and J. Wotton, and H. Richardsca. Tho result of tho ballot for handicappers was as follows : — Messrs; H. Lambert (G), G. Gissing (5), and R. H. Jervis (5).

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