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FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

FOTItI [OING 'AGRICULTURA'L !· The secroetiries'of-'thl ro va As .gi coulural Sacieties are reqested to fo r Wand t1to' dates Uponi lleD." their respective exhibitions ,wiil..be held, nod copieaeofthe'ifridzeI'chdules ae siooin a' published -iO to 2l.-uAgrle tur "G ciety of heow Souh Wals, atSydecy. ' 28Qto 27,?L, aiAongi i: Aulltuoral Soiet . ,O- O " IJ t.r : ; . ,7, B.-Wimmera.District t t Stawell. i,€, '.'r El- 3Vychprohof .r .-, ;n, '..i .", .. - 81- .-?EchCnt .,s t:,l ,rt.: -I-;M.i h,: at 4: . "82'3 turkah Agrlcltural:Soulety.alol' , 7O , .VIA .-KynetonAigrlctltural :Aso atlon 2 B4-?Bllnt Gur ral SiurIn Show.

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THE ARRIVAL OF THE NEW BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

Idbe THE AR?KIVAL OF THE NEW BISHOP OF MELBOURtNE. rary The Bishop-elect of Melbourne, the rule Right Rev. Dr. Goe, arrived at Adelaide i on by the R.M.S. Shannon on Good Friday, a I and remained there as the guest of l inal Bishop Kennon till Monday, the 11th t im- instant, when he and Mrs. Goe came en a the by express train to Melbourne. Upon i [ar- his arrival at Spencer-street station the .a ake following morning the bishop was wel- a ent comed by a very large number of clergy u da- and lay members, of the Church of w for England. Mr. T. T. A'Beekett, the a registrar, of the diocese, and Canon fr Goodman accompanied the right rev. w ev. prelate from Geeleng, and the first to an great the bishop and Mrs. Goe at Mel- tc bourne were the dean (who has been ti e administrator deaing the vacancy of the fr ur sea), Sir W. F. Stawell (Lieutenant- cc of Governor), and the Mayor of Melbourne tl to (Councillor Cain). Cordial greetings or om were exchanged, and the bishop and Mrs. of fly Go...

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THE PROPOSED NEW ECHUCA WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

THE PROPOSED NEW BOHUCA WATER TRUST. The acting Minister of Water Supply has received a report from Mr. C. J. Burke, in reference to the application made by the shire council of Echuca, to be brought under the new Irrigation Act, and also that they should, conse quent upon that, be granted -a loan of £50,000. "The report shows that tie area that would be under tile trust was 130,000 acres, and water could be had from the Campaspe river, which passed through it. It is proposed to include some 7,500 acres on the eastern bank of the river, that area to be excised from the Echuca and Waranga Water Trust, with that body's approval. The scheme provides for the supply of Rochester, as well as the irrigation of agricultural lands. After deducting roads, etc., the total irrigable area was 120,000 acres, but it was shown that at first only a limited proportion ;could be irrigated, and that in the summer months the in habitants could only depend upon a supply for stock and domestic mur p. sse....

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THE FRANCO-GERMAN FRONTIER DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

TILlE FRANCO-GEUU AN FRON TIEItDIFFIOUL TY."' .Owiingto tliilioulB ty whieli has athien between France and Germany, with re gaird to the arret of'M. ,Skib~;ill,'il?l is considerable iexitiemeqit.aongatithe people on the frontier. The reaidents of 'the French town of NAncy, which is near Sthe frontier on the rail [atoe6Srahbiiorg are reported to be in dread of a sudden (Geilim invasion.\ France, is reported to be mobilising _t?0,000 men'of thliterritorial army for a'fortnighlt'as trining. iIt is statedl that the cvidence.whreh will be adduced at the trial of-t. Sohnabell oy the chiargeof'treaiinopreferrid against hlim by the Geriantimpolice iuthorites. will idiplicated the French Ainiste?:of',War, 'General Boulasger' in the atteimºpt ,which, it is alleged,. has been 'maide to weaken the ldyalty of the people,of Alsace-Lor, rnine to Germany. !' The soemi-offiical Nord DeutscherZLi Lung, the.organ of Prince Bismark, pub lislaes pa ragpra' to-day, in? which it statesth?_it it learnmsoni...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

Birth.   COLLIVER -On the 23rd inst., Mrs. George Colliver of Baldwinsville-son.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

A1er in's Notice. in ed :TEA. vid al TEA. TEA. rly, ýr Notice to Householders. ilel0 HE Celebrated COCK BRAND of (Chinese Rooster on each packet). 't The Purest Tea the World a Produces. Ist ,n Sole Agents for Tatura, to F. VILLIAMS and Co. e, TURN LEY BROS. a 'ACCOUNTANTS, iw AUDITORS, FINANCE ur And ig GENJERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, m Allnass-treet, Iyabrasmn. fy se Loans Negotiated at 7 per cent. ( er Auction Sales conducted at Shortest ic Notice. I d, SPLENDID BUILDINGI and id Residence SITES in the best situn An tions in the Township FOR SALE, sr Cheap, and on the most reasonable a terms; also. several splendlid FARMS, w well watered and improved FO I SALE, I, or Lease, on liberal terms of from, 150 r to 1,000 acres. I LISTS of Properties for Sale or F, I Lease on -application. e An English CHAFFCUTTER (wvith t dlldicates) in good working order, also B SS3-horse power engine for working same, Ti t cheap, and on exceptionally good terms. 9 Shops and dwellingsings in the township e ...

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KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

KYABRA3VI BI1ADSHAWI.. MAIL NOTICES TAails close daily for Melbourne'F oolambs Murchison. nt 10.30 n'm.A nd S3.6Or p.m. Manisarrrive from Taotur dnlly 5.0 p.m 10:Ce4stlo r lesdnys, lThursdays, sind BUrur" Ia94I-K.~ s epart o Tamturdaily 9.10 masn. To locestor4 pm.ml'nesdays, Thi Clays, and Satnerdssj _ , 'Posht rt.-r:- DL.I le mis... " nJ~rftlrnlnta of $ rfl~`usstd ahsi 1455,Im Justices of time Penci--Mesrs. A. Allant S. Lnmcunscr an.l WF.rge..

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

PliIIuI5ise EVERY IniaDAY. FRIDAY. APjRIL 29. 1887. The Raiilway'Coioimissioners promised to visit Tatura oh- their- tour of 'in-' spection ol.:Sittii'rddiy (to-lnorrew), but on Wednesdayi we. were ilforledthlnt they werei going to leave latura out in the cohl, ;', . The weather during the past week has been ;.,very, fa?uvrable ;.to the farnlmer' Plouhiughig and sowing, is' being ,pushed on wvitli great,-vigour. ,notwithstanding the low i:rFics prevailing this e-us.,n. .t:'! i h e·, usual. iloutllly: meeting of 'the Coiummittee of the 'leclhanics' Insti tuie, will,be held in .the hall this (Friday) eveniang. .. On Saturday, 7th, May', the usunail monthly meeting of.' the local agri'il tural society, will ble 'llelll iii thel'"M,? chanics'-hill.h The business 1 before the dommitteo is very' iimportant,' viz.,:'`the aldvisability;' or otherwisel of fenciig 'tho new land,' holding' the annual' inatch, and routine business. It is' exi ected. that the line up to Kyabriin /nill'hbo finlis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

ABSTRACT OF SALE.i.. J 0bStewar St .oo IejEabram: yards, For Sale For 'Sa1e . , U? RE. :Purplo 'Stra'w' SEED . . WHEAt, free from any' iixture, may boe ad by 'applyii?g to '" I . LEWIS BYRNE,! .'1w:OU : 'Baldwinsville. FOR SALE. CHEVEIIER:!SE ED BARli LEY; from Mr Hugh Drum's farm.:;;,,/ Apply to : ..... . F WILLIAMSr& CO.; ' Tatura. -Noticer to'" Farmers.., IIRST-CLASS -Seed ?WHEAT, SBARLEY, (Battldlore;,or Cape) nid OATS' for Sale at'.Dayf -Flohr Mill, South iMurchison. . :.,; ',, .:: ANN DAY, , 21st March, 1887.. . "a' Notices: H.! I ::,WHAT ,A, ,TREAT Il Just the -Mar the Doctor . Ordered !?: , r, * A" Thousa?d Gallon :Taik?knade for .. i S ix' inea. if,::ll r'..% -i' E. A US-'T I N... · PRAC0TICAri TfleMITH. Repaira of'every discriiitioni of Iron'ipr i:o.Tinware exeuated'cheaply. ii"" JAMES P-A- i RK R, · ?;enerar-Back , . H+o?a m +? i ",,;, ,:t.,. . r; t.HO.'R:BEIS 'H O'E RI,` ii ' ijlo T,+A?,! AUTUR"ak-, ·;·'· EGS most Feepgetfilly, to ,thank his I ' numerous friebtls...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

.?TP.A..XE D into mny Pa/-qdinc. ,t0;T:la inedt anrid'Expencs. PaEid will.le Sbld oii tlihb t'1tl?P Mayýl'aG-thid"lStock 1 ! TJ Ef 5 .i"J3:I! Tall i rNa..o iai be r lain1. vil :.. ' ,ut Nloticei :fr. I owner is requtei[ to call and clair the i~.hlr.colonRqau ut: tno legible brands. SAM. PELL, Aimusements.i S.: Notice. iRSONS WISHING to JOIN . the Tatura 'Brass B?lodwill please itake applicatioi' ti?" D. M'LENNAN, EIIS (FRIDAY, EVENING) il AND l'OWl-M RROW1OtulI: iAl L,;O?OIiK 0 U TI! _ ,. ?.:.Byplrticular ilepeg.str , M1ISS'AMY'JOHNS"'PLEASANT s- :~Hfl'o COnMPANY,". 1 "At Ky-bYawm, fA' d PFORTTWO NIGHTS ONLY I EVERYTHIN(J N'EW, REFINED, AND : .., I ELEGANTDI!: ,' ;' g~1NorSongs, Burlesques, and Comedy. Eutihe.change, of.,programineeach,,.. evening. - S)Doors opennat.~..t.-...." e.....-_ SAMUEL WELLER, " , B ini,.. iq l lssd anager , I -_ " ' Se an1 ;i-octnres;" &. --0 ' ,UP'Ci-? o'' ENGLAND . , TATTRAl., ,,' . Tile Rev: Mr. Higgins will PREACH: at Tongala State School at L ,...

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LOCAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

LOCAL INDUSTRY. T *r.- -.------- *-c;*-- *''; \ -Weshaid the pleasure of a visit to Mr. T. Jolnstone's farm, which is situantd ii irgig?ifrp East, about ten miles fromn Tatura. "He has dcvoted his attenticin to the raising of poultry for the Mel bourne nmarket. Mr.Johnson liis nrinw'ver 2,000 fowls of various nges. The prle ceHs under which lie'keeps up his nuupply is by incubation.. He lhas three very large iicnbating machines made by him l self, whibh l hes Iats with hot water. A very clever, contrivance is used to regu late the heat, this also .was invented by himiself. During last season he hai turned out of..one machine alone.365 chickens, and the next nize machine-144 do., and 130 from the other three separ ate liatchings.. He has also two other snmalh'roneis, whchl, oii an average, turn ,iut fiomi 40 to 60 every three weeks- the two latter are Hoddenton patents; and are heated by kerosene. The day prior to h?r arrival the s~nallest macline turned out 4'2 henithy chickens, and...

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MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL BOARD SATURDAY, 16TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

o100oOOP±NA HOSPITAL, BOARD :SATURDAY, 1?6T APRIL. Present: Messrs. Kunight'(president), *lfartin,'., Young, lKavanagh, - Croft, SGuthrie, Genlmell, Pagan, Wilson, . Welclnhnan, Patterson, .and West, sec aetary. The minutes of the iprovious .meeting were read and confirmied., CO. 0 ?PONDRNCE. From the Goulburn Valley Lodgeof 'Freemnasons, .to thd effect, that at the :lst: ineeting-the. lodge 'lad passed a r solutiou that.a Hospital Sunday Ser vice be held.in Shepparton-somne Sunday iii Jun. 'The Voen. Archdeacon M'Cullagl had been asked. to officiate, :and the various religious bodies would, I, invited to assist. They regquested the support and patronage of the board. Granted.. ' From Mr. J. Dickson 'Dove, forward ing his resignation, as lie was unable f to attend the meetings of the board as often as lie wished. He also forwarded .£1, a donation from W: Brown, late a patient of the hospital. The resigan ,tion was accepted with regret, Mr. Martin stating there were several memn- o b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

Notices. SA_-D y .-WfOOl ,- ILAIN, ; .- &., STOCK, STATION PRO -J 1_Qlt of all kids.a . eiL w -ealand Loan and Mercautile Agency Company (Limited.) CAPITAL . ... X8,500,000 :.SERVE FUND ... £265,000 Make Liberal Cash Advances on º Station S£A.rities, - S tfsoaing'Clipe of- Woil, Grami, &c. FOtR SALE in MELBOURNE, Or SHIPMENT. to LONDON. i Ltion Sidesli of Wool held regularly 'lh.unighout thI Reason. Auction Snale d Tallow, Hides, Ir !pskine, Leather, .&c., three times a . ek throughout the year. Auction Sales .of Grain, Flour; &e.1 elid every Wednesday. DAVID ELDER, Manager. `I: YOUNCIHUSBAND, '." S Wol-and Produce Manager.` 1[elbourneVWol and Grnin Warehouses, Collina-street West. P aosi. Pisnos. =Organs. Organs R. Fla RLONG' / 84 Sw-inetoin-street, ,(Four doors from Bourke-street.) I Pisianos ty,, IRhnilch, Shiedmayer, I .iliptAqclur, Hord, iaroeqr; -.Wilweer, .e.., Agent for the celebrated Mignon Sinnos ; Clough nnd Warren Organs. NOTICE THE ?TEIIf...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

D. unsuell, who was found guilty of p m~o.1ing 'Sbrtion at Chbristchurch, has. tuLonentence to seven yearn' linprison rec - ) oi'ke Bowern, who was iiplicated ni thb sanlfe ffair, has reccived oheyear's 'iprlionmient. .M*. J'd1n -M'Lean, of Otago, has onttrjbuted £1,000 towards the Imperial I xi£1 ution. ." " . , ,_ Tllte',?iate of ,Aberrden . QJnivrsity' hq do nferrel thedegreedof L L;D.upon. Sir ,John ,ayH , K.O.M.G., ,presiddnt of the e islative Council. of New South. Ti RnsaaRi"n Governmiet "lia coit eludd l an arrangement withtheo:irp of .H ,cr t ansd-o., of 'aris, for, the ratisi .ofi.am'ni ot2,000,000 roubles, gold, in order to constnuct the Rerecop Celin ,Tig (riý ia' .M P Loirl Coi?o?eiu,; one Cf;e p;inpcipal engmeorse.of t!h ulut: Cauq , has 1'bn ilppoolited to direct the hsrk..%" uuienl will ehttabsli' a di ect 'rout Ietween the Duo,, the Illaic Sea, atil Yie Sea of Azolf a'nd dlirte oline of rh ni-? i ly:tl.'K ?Wsiioiff Vorni j, the Kerdk-Charkoff,. AzfT ,Don or iatsiloo...

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SUPREME COURT. EQUITY COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 25. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Webb.) BAZELEY V. OWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

EQUITY 0OJIBTT ( ONDAY, APRIL 2.ti2. (Before isa Honor Mr: Justice 'Webb.) " DAZZLY V. OWZN. : '' i Thins was "an action by TAomas Baseley,. a punbli$an, at Tatura, to enh force specific .performance 'of an agree ment said to hare been made with him [ by.Wm. Owen,, the defendant, to pur chase a hotel. 'Owen was a farmer, residing about three miles from Tatura, and! Bazeley o\ined the Criiteion Hotel in that - ,township., 'T"le case for- the plaintiff was that Owen was in Tatura on the- afternoonaof the 6th 'October, 1886; and he there met. M. Michael . Walsh, traveller for Mr. H.' C: Boyd; d brewer. in, Melbourne.. He and .Walsh 'had. drinks .together at,. a: hote),, and in [ the course of conversation Owen ntgn- I tioned that ie had about £2,000 in the t batik, on which he 'eceived oinly' bank I interest, irid be"would lie 'to hvii a i better investment. Walsh suggested t6' him that the Criterion- Hotel could be purcliased; andlprbbably'at alprico?that 'would return him 10 or-12 pe...

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RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. 25th April, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 April 1887

RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. Present: Tbb Presideit, d C.s, Hogan,.BaIdwiin, Cook, Grove? ,? own, anid Drnmx.' i The nidluties pf the previ6is meeting Mere read'and cpnflrmqd. ' ;I * CORR#PONDE5O;. & ".~Proim W ':Jo nson,, soliitor??Shep parton acknowiedging!receipt of letter ,r Water ,onferenced.st Mooroopna.- Received. Erop~ W. S. Archer, Mooroopna, ?t'th,[g that he is willing to have the 'V streets in Mooroopna transferred to the'/ 1 Council.-Secretary and Engineer to make' survey; -and- employ solicitor to maketransafer. . .:Cre. Beon, and the President to assist. ..Fror" W:-Jolinso- 'sbllcistr!Shlp jiarton,ie'king if any rates are due on Allotment 62, Mooroopna West, lately :purchased by R. Mellon.- Ileplied to. ,From E. Daish,'Shepp'artinapplying for a slaughtering license at Mooroopna. G-(Granted,-subject to the usual condi tions. 1 From the Secretary for Water Supply, sueggestinrg ;alteration Rin,,,boundariepofl" proposed 'Irrigatiin:,TreuatRn.--.tidon. From Echuca Shire, i...

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A LION CHLOROFORMED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

A LION CHLOROFORMEDI TO DEATH. The noble African lion Kennedy, aged twenty years, and valued at £1 000, who has delighted the children all over the country' as lie rode perched on one of the large chariots in the street pageants of Barnum's circus, was killed in Bridge port, Connecticut, on 22nd January, in the presence of fifty spectators. The best had been suffering for the last year with spinal meningitis, and the case was pronounced incurable. Kendedy's keeper securely bounded the lion's feet to oppo site side of the cage. The wire basket was lined with rubber-cloth, and into this was placed about three-quarters of a pound of chloroform. The cloth was tied over Kennedy's head, and inhalation began. For about two minutes the lion struggled frantically to release his head, and then he gradually succumbed to the anmesthetic. In six minutes he was pro nounced dead. The skin and skeleton of the beast will be mounted. Some interesting experiments have been made in the German army with...

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TATURA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 29th APRIL, 1887. (Before Messrs, F. Williams, and J. D. Love, J.'s.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

TATUIRA.:POLIGC COURT'.-, OIDav, 29th 'A rIL; 1887.; (Before MAesars.r F Williamse, aiid J. . , ,D.Love, J.'e.P • SChristina Ross war brgel byMr..: Guiane?i, inspectodr of ecise. he de-` fendui'tjdcleateil"guilty, 'and' stated that tho.e ,inisionwas tiitidone :with sihy idea' of defrauding, bthe revenueibut through Al ovYr1bigh. t l'he Benchi took a lenient Viete? andd'lacepted theo stattiient, au .d lined the defendantcsn; ,, . .. . Owein Fahly 'n ilFr'Fanuk " IIasnmeretta vere charged withl insulting behaviour. in a uitblic place by onstable Calhill. Tihe furmuer pleaded' guilty, and the latter notu guilty : . : . . John Iool'.deplosed that he wasi in. Baznley's" billiardl roourt on., the evening of the 22ind April. Snaw Fahicy strike H:nier'ettia caid thiey both fill on the' floor. : James Scanlan,- arladin ,the'. employ ofilr. Buzeley, deposed that lie was in til billiard rgnmbointhe 22nd April, and. wii "tllO di;dti rbcncob'iot~eeti the two do-e fdnidants.i.' H e was sent by .M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

Health is Wealth. R. E. C. WEST'S Nerve and Brain Treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convul sions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Head. ache, Nervous Prostration caused iby the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful ness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting in Insanity, and leading to misery, decay and death, Pre mature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhaes caused by over exertion of the brain, self-abuse or over indulgence. One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. 5bs. Id. a box, or six boxes for £1 5s.; sent by mail pre paid on receipt of pri-e. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each order received by us for six boxes, ae companied with five dollars, we will send the purchaser ourwritten guarantee to refund the money if the t eatment does not care. Guarantees issued only by J. C. WEST and Co., CHICAGO. Prices in Victoria, 6s. 6d. per box, or six boxes for 80s....

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887

I ECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The .usual monthly meeting of the " Committee of the above institute was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday 'eeninglast. Present: Messrs. Williams (President in the Chair), J. Love, juu., '".Groves, Rooney, Smith, Moore, Grover, ..Irwin, C. W. Wilson, Gellion, Bazeley, Ml'Clery, Manning, Halkyard and the ierretary _:From Martin Cussen and Co., for Wardihg a plan of the irripatioi blocks 'oi sale at Mooroopn. The Secretary stated that he had replied. S Fom H. N. Widgeryoffering to keep the piano in thorough repair for twelve 'nonths'for £1 10s. On the motion pi :J "Messrsr;.Grover and Gellion the offer Vwas accepted. :?Ir 1Mr.w Grover, t?erk of works, reported ".that the contract'was signed as soon as ''te briaksewere on the ground, and work io progressing very satisfactorily The old i 'seats were' 'paired by substituting clear ",iFpinie inteld of k'auri pine, which would not be so liable to break. In' explanation to. a qery fromn 'Mr. Groves as to the ' thi...

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