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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 11 February 1852
O. LOnDON --T Al shittp 4I e0 11 I" ,urrst. ommanoer. has mod S. ,rFO09 •. ', ,,r ForeitghtC r psOage ap __ niLGFlP Co. L N---DO'--direct. - The fine ý;' t Mrlyce ýý.-GrA'.Dela?. w at T.lo,,d'+ for " Z -u n burhrn WILt. IA Gt. WOOD, ýr, aa, t1 [1at er portion of her eor?n being ,n " r q tw re e r o G S.~.~-, 4wtirn ..bi. ritmsziEk. APoatr-.? i : ~lA-R ESTA~-In Coanseqlience a r di'ctOi~5 t1 netinO the :sreer of 1110 cf r fto i ? lt t te rp tn d "f i r s ,? n tion of th e i.sm to n eIs g. i 0en, that ail Freicht nindl ii- _toCi pet l pe?4?. s' to sihmyent ii n M.l -"L ,ar ne Ltio^gt afer tbeino tanded on the f.. or L- G, W. COLE. f )relbeurne, Jan. J, 18-5 APIHRASIA. STEAMER. !,7 Lttcr:? dldbourne and Gee 0, aeboee steam er leaves the G eelong 'i l.srrff f Melourne every Mon ''dn.eda, -tnd Friday mornings, So'cl rck precisely, returning every " ... .J. B. ?-o Hrroa & Co., Gtelong agents. , -street, Jan. 1, 1252. rllE' THIllAES.'st amer, having completed her repai s, ha; resum...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
VARIETIES. JTemr Len.--The Stockholm journals state that Jenny Lind has purchasd oneof the larzest estates in Sweden, that of Becknr-hl~rg, in the provineo of ve~ping' They n!so say that the t.st dBriers reeirwl bV her frienlds in Sweden, emtne..diet poririely repoits of her approaebipg marria.e wilh BIllett. LArml John Ehy b?d jost obtained hicr (W when theobitanreontain!t nl an ccount of hin dletease after a siort illnet--~iajor General W. Clapham of the East India Service and Sir W. Watson of the 15th foot are also deceased. , 'rofe.sor Wilson, "'Christopher North," hes has been pleced by. her Ifnjesty on the pension lit., The 'OL-netL" and the "Times" are leadinp a lseine gnins the wlultertions of teat ntl prfnes to trace a vyst amonnt of it to tip Chinese. lrs W, S..Shutlewrorth have cn.,, trarel toesn-ply 50,000 lbs. of tu-n to the N?S. The sorge,Ins a f tf arnmy Ire vry inar i;nar : at no ourrnr l?tsi by Ie Aidjtnr.t Geteral thaJt In future, to seirni. pIernlnener, the hranlh...
VAN [?] LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
mh·.nfr·.r cd . I, · i. '.1 ( It hliii...·/i G:1. .i.Nt . T ll 1` kh:.I of '1.r . e. Orzf. riet of 1 .3f e."+" :, r. .rP: rt') i:t-`r:? 2 f In lr t Sly..t IIt oKiy.1i R/tlj ,the:ir d:. cet . 4_!jxltIo 'o~-~ ilr~:to ibro' ..Aollpr Impi.. tFrlllaLitt titet tnel cltm teyof II dr~l, I h 1 I~o- ntile b mte I'S lre 1o, piln pr oo z n do ti:. tii ;11-C ntIlers c.i"o:iin .tter b llrt r t.ll. n l'las Olll. tpneo to leo's sthill hue tlle a r et r ltof r.rellfl iniI prlbtlb, eniirprde isndore erl tih iollS 1t 3101w; en tli.lltlnl .tCaei 3 II .111eri, poth~er .oirozt. [il sre of weth there l c ran h. re~that ee ul wtl ho dotleoerel oatiri Iprt=e ab~ ntto eilr nobe dliscoere Coloallyme~
MOUNT ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
MOUNT ALEXADERII. (From the Argu-) A mieloneolv m'el hut Iota r'corrol rlorin" tle week which hail nut come to my knuowI.!1'r when J list writ'. It Orcmrrail nI ThaurolPe lIst, at the Giee Gulley, FrPerr Creeks oi party of three, Mr. F. aV. (' 01 i of tl~e NrsriliF Cestia Inn; Ilairth own, 4111 113 Arilietrlr. puidder, ofnnnn m e Ip1, And r a. u'wri ,ornlrr' the 'i JMtiror or Miuaiitris, C' 'ir,roio, were rl nm inoe Sfatr in .a hgla wLta' th' eaJ C i l: :r. Leei s a i.Eled on the slot, n:::l the other two severely ii:jured,. ithough the Sur 'on pronounces them ott oF d::ntmer. In in?q.st won held on the derease. hby fir. Com missioner Doveton, when the jury returned a senllc of accidental death. Rumour states that three men were being ceo:nveyed in a ert to the new township- to be -interrem, who h.ol met with a violent death,n some sir they were rhher, Bht nothinge certain hoas heen n=er tainen : the poliee are about making the neces .trt enquiries, nmd I will let you know full par ...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
A at-rt-v" ,f ? -- :e- ...., . . Cun iet.t..: !C rt ; . .po , -* tI1. corn C~sai. The l-, pr.iil., ,n.ri the Go rw-at-in-Chie m %I .t re-rt: In tli eleer, that slr-h a sr,-rktin nal i .'ees--oarr - dat ni ,lkt mr?n-ler of the Charch of Enltlad, -ub-crihliu~ te:rve sxilhinos annuslli s!;oul lhe msentwrs -- tr ; t a Coarnitro e sol:u!i Sa.nr!:e uaioinroatedi to aani. itheChuree's pen:iarr ' vn irs, and that Parliment be ple tisiarnl to a.tned?o sarh bre-laws as the so ciefs mar make for its own gorerrnnot. This resolution was uonanimoealey adoted. The nececsity for ?rC h a snlenure consists in the fest that the Episcopal Church in Now Zealand receives no support fromn tihe state. A Church of Engianu school wss also opeusel on the amno rh New Zealand Spectator sas:-We be lieve it is is contemplation to dliirle KEW Zea hnad into three dioceses, the Northern inclmt ing Aeckland and,the North part of the Is ihc; the 31kille or entral district including Wellington and the other aettlements...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
SYDNEY. Gor- Syr.es,--The buyers of gold are hi preat spirits at the news received yesterlav. Serenal spehimens of Ophir gold, ar?sael in l.oadon, were fiound to be fire per cent. finer t!han stadarul, and ccnsequent!v worth £4 per ounce. It would appear, however, that suoi. dlent a!lowance has not been made for the quartz contained in the naggets, but the par chaýers of scale gold will make a handsome preoSt. \ee Ihave i-en favorale by a mere?:nile :--e "ith the following extract from a Isr?tr receielved stertar from t essrs. D. Danl:ar andl Co., re~js;tin_ the ale of gold sent to Engiunad in tie, Thomns Arburthnot (.lean seola ?gold frona Bthnrst contains 97 per ce-it. (anl it is enpertil the Tantin and iosen:t Alexadiler will he finer) pure gool; standard o:Jd contains but 92 per ceo:t: " elar gldI per Thomas Arbarthnot, hes been sold, exrepti:g the two largestpieces; the result is- lb. o. dwt. gr. 1 !arge pierac, wcighed..... 4 2 0 0 Aid rlafer .t.... .......... 3 6 16 12 IBIn;;...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
Tas charge dcelivera by ?Ir. Chief J:s tice A'Eeckctt, at the opening of the Supreme Ccurt, is deserving of careful consideraticn. li1s Honor is a man f cornsderble literary pretension, and his contributions to the TMaazines are gene rilly characterised by ;w d sense. VWe ';ave made roem for the substance of his ,:.arge, bat .e Cannct say that it rcfects ;:pon him so mai-3h credit as his previous S SavIT woIld have led us to expect. !fis political ucticti are very faulty. ;l.e mclntes that the digging for go!d '-a rhti oe dscourac-'e; that o0 facilities !ould lUe affor~a:d the diggers; that dis -s.e and crime werg to e cxpceted, and :.-ie who go v.luntarily to the diggicng I-.ed sumit to thicn without mormcr. We ar- as mnuh cpprsecd as the Jiudge ran le to the present irregular system; '-. wre maintain that all the existing '-ils could be quickly overcome by (1st), t;:e exction of a fair rental for the ;o~d,;,n E:il ; (2nd), the expenditure of a: lrgp portion of the revenue, not onl...
POLICE OFFICE. Wednesday, 11th February. Before Captain Foster Fyars, J. P. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
POLICE rF? ICE. Wc.ne'lkv, llth F n!r uary. Befrer Captsir. F 'ter Fyans J.P. LACEt.T. -ERix. Gales,ra an of colcr, who 'as rema-n.lr on Tunrdav last, for rbhloai his ma?·rr, irr Alfre . Gi;bert, was broLght upfor final die o al.-.. .n3lr GiThert appearel before the Ter.eb, rnd ohaerved that. cs this was pronably the first fenice of the kind tho prisoner hal ibeen i.ltky. of, he wonl-l not press the char?e anninst the mal, althucn:h he had no doubt whatever ,f li, gailt. The m aistrte,!e tneroe tajrine. Gales another ci?'.:ee for an honest livelii.bs , eerrere& repdmrondel him, and ordered hika to bz ds. charge?L. CRtEt or OF Ae:T. William Thomas, who has beena fefare t?o magistrate on two or three nccssions witrin this la t month, was charged by the Chidf C.r stl,!e with heinit a mist i'recltinIahle drunkard, andl aIsa wilh lhion conecmel inn a legsl roblerv. T'he latter chari., haFerer, cmld not be enter- tained. as no proseentor appeareJ!, and. Mr Car. mni expressed his b...
STATE OF AFFAIRS AT THE DIGGINGS. Fryar's Creek, Monday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
STXTI T0 AFFATIRS AT 'PH! DIGiGNGF. (Frrn our own Corrc'zpnalidat.) fr;a.i'a Creek, ptond;v. i'elrunry 8. A mornih'. ojFn rn on Vrvaa'Careek Ilan gien i~e a die p' i igi;t into the nrrale of th I)hg gn ý, ,~d l.e,,.-d uop erlen that I cell! nit buny ýn:ieil·; ni-s) Boring the racy diuJ chin thn woim *i~rof t.Tlarat Grit : rscet, our imnarnotionn wrih the prnairet of vnat fle! a of iifi;uitohle tellt. t itali~trar, there win peeee nuity, end nacurity ; but at Fryar'o Crank these deiaibhj nli:ides aro rerverse, and q::arrels, isnsi.ons, i!ooil~hi '. and daneser of the diret d.seriplion, re'in supneme. The governmenrt is palsised. whilt the ill-da?r rams on a career of u:naheke!. crime and rapius, or at the most is checked bhr sn occasional isetol shot, or simninr act of sum. u srrt jt: ice. respondel to br a grmoi; and the eff?- mransifeted, next morning Bhr.hhtl stains, alhe a f tw "herevationa are h:idiel It lat rrrn teint to tent that a man was shot, and no more is heard of the mat...
HAWLERS AND PEDLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
HAWtERSt ANO PEo?Dtas.--Aiplieato fromn tho;e parties who wish to take out lietrnce for the current year as hawker ando peller, must ; e Indel in the Police ofcle on or before Toewlsy the 17th of the present month. A Coart of Petty Sessians will be held on the 9th -Marech to grant licences. GCrD NaWs [r Exte6L?r.--The Lesoln otr res-tn.lent of the Manchester GCanlianC. ovs: "The last arce?ats from Aus:ralia, which more thau confirm all that was pre?iously re:orted hbo?t the richness of the deposit. in the ttold region, are producing their naturti effect hero as well as at Sydrey. I hear of many per sons who rrnp.o- to make their way from Lon-, don to Bathurst, by the quickest po sihle can .eyance, in the hope of ohtaining a fall share' of the gollen harrost in some shape or other. One man, I am told, pmrposes to sail hv an early re-el, taking a year's pro'isions with him, in o,!dil ion to what he will require dalrnn the tnr are, in the hope that he wiil therebhy be able to .ase all ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
GOVEtRN3ENT LAND SALE. Tns Sile of Subuarhn and canntrs lots came off yesterday, at II o'cioc-. On the siole the bid.din" were not rery spirited, and for several lots no offer was made : Cocrr Ga? s . Parish 3[oolap. 1. 230 acres, at IL 15s. per cure. John Ca- ' 2. 247 ditto.21 7s ditto Ditto. 3. 310o Sr IGp., 21. ISs. ditto Ditto. 4. 36I3 Sr 10p., 11. 12o.ditto. James Austin. 5. 34 lr 24p, 2.ditto. ditto lics Moller. G. 427n 32p. 1.9s. ditto. WEiliam Roel.ert, 7. 23:1, 21. 7s d:tto. Peter Gnnninf./r-- -i, Parish Brrah?cel. S. fa, 211. per acr, ' homsFoerster. 9. 27:, IST.ditto. John Hiz'hett. 10. 25,, yIt1. ditto. Robert Sut.h..rlnd. 11. 25., 10. ditto. Thomas Austin. 12. 25;, 191. ditto. Ditto. 13 253, 19L. ditto. Johb Kiddie. Psrsh s 31!ap. 14. 4~42. No c:r. 15. 40632p3. Ditto. Paris Cccoroce. 16. 333 cers. No r.?-r. 17. C?e1 , 1L? ? a-?e Thomas C?irnside. Parish 3rartcalm. Is. 93s. No fS r. I9. 4240, I1. per ars. Foster Frans? 2. 335.. No offelr. 21. 2964. Ditto, 22. 417a. Ditto...
To the Editor of the Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
T. o the Editor of the Intelligeneer. Stn,--Haing seen.in your issue of to-dny, what purports to hea reply to mr-explanation of thbe leasilding featnree of Baildinj Sorieties, pah lahed in your paper of the 9th instant. - have only to .are the public to judge for themselveq between the two statements. L must confess that I cnnsot understandd r. Riddle's theory, but perhaps to those so far interested in the topic as to apply to that gentlenman, bh eould? make it all as plain no the sun at noonday, Having no farther euggestion to olfcr on this snijeet, I mast noaw te my leave of it, I am, Sir, Yours nxblientlv, ROBT. ItEEVES. Geelong, Februarr II.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
-t t?e Sc:;?resof tIhe undersigned BARRITT'S TOBACCO, anchor brand .Kerr's.do Shellard's do . Se:nlop's do onglish loaf sugar, in tierces 1Do crushed, in barrels] " West India do, do Pearl harley, in do ' ay anid Martin's blacking Fresh salmon, herrings Finnon haddock, skates,5&c. "Colr.an's mnstard, in jars, tins, Ind bottles White and blue starch S Satin glaze. do SCO cases oilmen's stores, from the house of Batty & Co., containing a choice assortment of jams, Jel lies, bottled fruit, &c. Carbonate soda, in kegs, and jars Tlartaric acid Cream tartar lrue stone nsoam salt Castor oil Corrosive sublimate Buttyl antimony Ars nic, Spanish flies Paints and turpentine Tar, rosin, whiting Washing soda, &c., &c. Blankets Corn packs Woot'packs and twine Calico, grey, white, &c. Bottled ale and porter Wines, in wood and bottle, &c, &c Charcoal tin Ewhrank's patent nails Sorby's sheep shears Frying pans Newcastle grindstones Shot...
THE REGATTA. First Day, Tuesday, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
THE PEGATT. Firet They, Tueeday, 101h Fe'wturr. Tia followjek is the odler in which the boat racing cme off at the late Regatta. The first rac1, a. our realers anil perceier, big not been decided, as the winning bout, the Otwiy, fouled the he y b in the retun, homee: LIGTTF.RS RACE. O1twnw(die otei oe recount of hLer fculagthe winning buoy) . ntWair .teri ih Elinabeth (cutter).. .. .. Wiliam (cotter) .. 4 rT ST-CLASS o.ATS. F.amornldaº . z Creonee Look . 2 C aja .. .. .. 3 Glallnler r... . 4 Fount Nolson Lfol:.ocfl 1'agl:........ Ian~t-e ...FC j .. ra r. , : AF AT.T~. mtRc!1i-oUP O.. . r"ýý,h E \aa o1ý .. .. .. t DUCK~ SACS. John Oldncn . dneck Genre Iitncw . . .. boaoor Duck caught in. nieteen minutes.
To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. Geelong, 11th Feb., 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
To the Editor of the Ceelony Alertier cau 1ottlligener. Geelong, l th Fet, Ic?5. Sr?,--We agr.est th.k yv wrill win n rtow the nameof our Firm from the Prn?pectseaf a Bank ing Company advertised in your paper. We do not know the Projectors, with the exception of Mr. Champion, and we did not give that gentle man authrimrt to ne onr name. We have every de ire to see a Local Bank established, but are of opinion that r. Cham pion bad net adopted such a counrse which woul enable hime to accomplish the olject in view. We are, Sir, Your obedient servants, Tanurs?, Setees & Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
cICI. TInstruinrnts, Instruction l- l C nl J(uhe I dcIsitnI-P ha kt th desired 01n IM of ln o,"Sr ti i i. ol oleont tth, conl Obtir F iT ° lb im-oneii· ,::-le, in 3.0·1 b tn ki-Sý I Flute Flauti lets 1 C 11ye t,_o tnontnro of the brstfc rm11 an S:r ct . d vl1L1~d- Coret-a0Pfrtons. o~i ionlol" cm"1 to faitliiatt tite 1111000100 ni "o t t. i. polo Toli. (Joto- Pluto -s- t ;n L olfor i.heinoCO Fo t(Jii . Cir uo 1",".- .. nd D "llaS'e - titt \ %D GU I RBEOTXPIS 1j riT0 1~tt2!1-2 TeIuID lO~l- o0 tý t[t ,ha th hnor to ian iluon that he hrl then tuv"rntt 01010,r rs 01104.10bi i I sr. Peorrmot 1Ifir. Be attI it oow 1no 00111151 to tco toe l~t t tobnrJ fttpstoyi o rake nooo~ed Portrits n t th firsts100r " ticrorn r IptJtc'ci-U ý t oooratt tdance rcýý'ct .ý g;e etriy aPkf SJt) X1S yl\G, ?ditclell's Proc "t' i ?l g5, t f; Chilty'.sArclto.to'5 Protce brrdticnP. and Direates of ý.o * 3?itlrr 0 CtlttI l lhurcniotory; Psicto *~ "OblI. -rk"rtr tvreyo n of Io hr ~ CI 115t100y cr °:'m tons rn etas l ...
Second Day, 11th February. SECOND CLASS SAILING BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
S"cind Diy, Ilth Fenbuary. SECOnD CLASS SAILSN !OATO. Cranny o.ok (cutter) .... . I I ?ung Nelson .. 2 Vanuaa: .'-. PRenllown .. 4 LGIIGTERt. Elizibeth (cutter) . . 1 Otav (,lhonrjr) .. . .. 2 Wa teroitco (schneier) .. 3 This waas a beaniifnl nailing match, :an well onte?tedl, the Ot.:rr nland Eliz'ieth i hitn is cia-e competition; thet Water-itch considerntbly beh:ini. .AxAT°Rt MATCH. tlsdcer. irdle ... . I FIIa,-a-|hal shi, Kb l .b. i .... 2 The Clf:o;t ,-izI:h-tm? :t oi-: on the wrong side of tl,e einoing hay ............ 3 S pEPT.ST.tE--FriE ST-CGLS SAILSG B I tS. C)eio. Ga.rwood .. .. .. 1 Van?an-, do .. .. .. 2 F meratl. Passmore .. .. 3 Four end ive. noehern. In this race the ? FmeraIld a rave tie o.her nv?is sraen :i?nu:e? start, ant d yet ca?ll in thir1. toCnR-Or.ED GIGS. Clif.o-m ai~r i?Lnis 1 Cr4nnr Lookn, _?-en ig, lhhbboon 2 Youngn nSlnno Curi .. 3 ti's wLn a g=ra race. ani a prat deal of ?oney charg?d h?:d.s on the reult. DEUCt RACE. Georgo lBiuett . . .. . bhar oar Jo...
KOSSUTH, HIS RECEPTION, AND HIS SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
KOSSUTH, -IS RECEPTION, AND IHIS SPEECHES. T vE very high opinion formed of rioasuth by the people of this country, fron inm perfect and often garbled records of his conduct as a politici:a and as ax ruler in HIungary, has been signally nonifestel during the past week, and has received a not less signal vindication from his speeches. Seldom, if ever, have English men given so cordial a welcome to a foreigner as to this lately imprisoned exile, whose exalted patriotism and won derful energy in organizing a nation against its oppressors were his claim to their respect and admiration. It is very honoarable to our fellow-countrymen to have thus acted; and Kossuth is justi fled, both by his own experience here and by history, in anticipating for a Iand possessing such citizens, an increasing influence ftr good over other countries. The example she affords of freedom pro ducing order, prosperity, and content-i ment in a people, must ultimately wear down prejudice abroad, and stimulate nat...
ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
ENGLAND AND AMERICA. (From the 'Times.') -'iaG all thiings together, British and mericaus have runl a pretty fat tie hrcuh thr ttrials of this wonderful acs. fThe sprino:, it must be con ,fed. opened ill for Brother Jonathan, and for a good while in the race we -ket well ahead. We had our great E'ibhitiot,-? real new 'sniart' specula .o.. which did not turn out a failure, llbch exceeded everybody's hopes, and which brought about no revolutions at a.tl, As it turned out, even the extra ,olicemen might have been dispensed with, and 50,00(0 visitors of all classes have congregated and dispersed daily without as n?uch disturbance as attends accuntry fair. Moreover, the dollars have really come tumbling in amain. -We say it'without any malice, or any wish to create annoyance, but the fact is. tht even the hyperbolical conjactures of American irony have fallen short of the troth in this interesting particular. It naas calculated that we should realise 0 tO000 dollars, whereas we have got ...
Shipping Intelligence. MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 12 February 1852
T.r.!i'";.T- ~ i t *! 7.:'FT. ?I.·:u,. ~rii, , 150 ton#, W. Jdohntone. mantpr, foion lihoart Town 5th inst. Passn S-ger (esit'i)-M-.Ier. .1 M'Kay, J Andrews, A art., Wl Collier, W Marin, P Campbell. W.. Lelton, .F Bel:on 31 O'Mears, and thirty-three s. in tIhester te. Prihantom, -t , 159 ton'. 11 Bruow. m.ter, from StIn r2nd int\ ! . Positangirs (oeain) ' !r«"nil '?- ,rT~':IF. Merirs De Carre, HoliLe. Il!, A.ki-' oI. lutchinmon, Yodng, Pe.rott, and tir-y.eig-t in t.h stlirte. .;urv, Ii'r 38 toni. A G Iarwrpnton.ilnster, fro!:i Manninr via Copnj.n, Norember IC. No passengers. CLEARED OUT. Yorthnim'erland, shlil, 812 tou-, IJ 'Kerlie. co"mnninder. Ior oIA!II:. Prsseners-M-3r and M3s Airev, RIev Mr ain. Mirs Strong, Rov 3Ir and Mr&lt; Gre,- a;lI fam.ti!, Dr l-.crvhirter, ildy n:d I finmiy. .lMis Ci-vs.per, M;!r.tiler an.l ?!isi tB!.|nk , * M..arsh, .r? t:.liliurny andt f.!:;ti', Mrs Late-, warnl, Mr .- -.n r.i- 1i.ti!, dli'mi Thomsnn, two M;"It S': 'r? n. ani five feme ertserva...