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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 December 1888

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Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Camden Haven Police Court. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1888. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. J. Laurie and A. E. Ellis. J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 December 1888

Caiftdea Havoa Police Court. , SAnTRn-.T, ©ECEKBEIl 15, 1888. Before P. L. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. j Laurie-aiid. A. B. Ellin. .T.'sP. Forest Ranger v. Albert Rose— Cliaiged with removing timber -rfr tire -Cowarra Reserve without hol3iui! a reserve license. Defendant pleaded not guilty, afed stated that lie held a Crown Land6 license. After hearing the evidence of Mr. Brown, defendant Vas fined Is, and 4s lOd costs. Same V. John Kcane.— In this easo the summons was not served, the defendant having left the ?district. A fresh aummous was Ordered to issue. SMALL DEBTS COURT. Pcrrett v. Camyell.— Claim £6 ns'8d, balance of pro. note, i'aid into court, with costs, 8s. Same v. Alex. McLeod. — Claim £10, balance of a pro. note. Verdict for amount, and c6sts 9s. George Lightly v. William Upsall.— Claim £3 iOs, ripairing one pair of ilray wheels. Verdict for amount claimed, and costs 13s, together with One witness's expenses, 10s. On Saturaay ncit, 29th iiiBt., the eleven chosen to p...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Camden Haven. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 December 1888

Camden Haven. /from a correspondent.) We have been visited with heavy tlmndorttonnB, accompanied by lightning and heavy rains during the last fortnight, which I need scarcely add has heou a great blessing to the fanners and grazieis of this district, but the timber-haulers are crying out ''enough raiu.' -^ There was a meeting held at Mr. Ad'kins' hotel on Saturday ovening -last by the heads of families in this locality, for the purpose of bringing under the notice of Mr. Nolan, Inspector of Schools, the necessity ior Having a ium nine public BCIiool erected half way between tlio punt End the stables. There wore about 15 present. It was pointed out that there were 33 children between the ages of four and twelve years who would attend the school if erected, and also that great danger existed at the Kendall Crossing, where there was no ferryman, and tlie childrcns' lives were endaiiged by having to cross in -a boat unprotected. Mr. Nolan spoke favourably o'f the matter, and Messrs. Wil...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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For Ever True. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 December 1888

For Ever True. * Chapter XVII. O sweet one lovo ! 0 my life's delight 1 Dear, though the days have divided us ! Jt was a dreary, dismal November tiny, vlii'ii Derrick Burnley drove once more through tho wcll-i'cuieiuuernd London streets. lie was bronzed almost biiyond recognition, l-ut (lie old bright look had died out of his handsome gray eyes, and there was a broody, disappointed expression ever present on his face. Ho had como bads quite suddenly nnd unexpectedly, and having deposited his lug gage at his old chambers, he drove first to ?his mother's house, mid then on (o hissuviTul clubs. It was pet-turps a relief (o (ind tliut Ttlrs. ]):irn!i:v was not in town, having started already for her usual winter sojourn at tin; Hiviiva. JJerry had half shirked a meeting with his moihur. Shn nould remind him Uio ?clearly r.i that summer timoal Ripstom' Hall, ?when the roses had reared th'-ir beautiful fnees to tin1 sunlight, and shed their perfume. on the. snft air. Jin hud guoeseil by s...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Thoughts of the Past. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 December 1888

[?] -J|P^ Thoughts of tho }wst come trooping through my W^ ''?? ?: lirninj , \-% --, I'. '?-':- ::- ;r :-1^' Kcenes loug foigntteji spring once inorc to light ; The illusive mirage of long vanished hopes, ? With tfioir false beauty moek my longing sigUt. ?;?? I «co j[roen dolls that onco I kiiew so ifrell, *--;?. Ana till JiUb.croyracd with wighty fureat kings ; And through the qnlvgrlug canopy of leaves ? Uright hirda flash amjw-liko on level wings, ' I brcathaonce more ttie soft sweut nir of anring, -. I see the green oarth carpeted witu (lowers. And hear the lmll bird's solemn, plaintive notes Ring in soft monotone through rosy hours. - I seo tlio sunlight lying all around, A glorious goldou wave of shivering light ; Or listen to the magpie's melody ,- Poured with such rapture to the queen of uigbt. IVatch onco more the sunset's blazo and glow — Ilosy and golden, and pale amethyst ; And uearer to the dying -king of day The fleecy clouds to gorgeous crimson kissed. And uudcrncath ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Merrie Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 22 December 1888

Merrie Christmas. MERRIE CHRISTMAS, with all its traditional associations and rich remembrances, is once more at our doors. Not, as in England, do we, who are Australians by birth or adop- tion, celebrate this time-honoured season. Instead of the ice and snow of the dear old land, we are surrounded by all the physical peculiarities of a torrid clime ; but, accom- panied by many blessings which our grand   old parent-land lacks, we have just as much reason to hail the advent of Christmas. Blest indeed is Australia. Remote from all those broils which embitter life, and make man   akin to the furies, the horrors of war have never plagued our quiet shores. Peace, with her olive, has been a perennial guest with us,   and, whilst many parts of the earth have, during the past year, suffered from plagues and afflictions, calamity has passed us by as though unconscious of our existence. Christmas ! Season of mild mirthfulness and mellow jollity ! Good t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Things Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

TJiinga Worili Snowing. . ' tfaftias you give your cellar its spring clean ing add a HUle copperas water aud salt to the whitewash. Glycerine does wot agree with a very dry skin. A little femmtmia and borax in tho water whdn washing blankets keep tliem soft aud nrovent shrinkage. Sprinkling salt ion the tops and at the bottoms of garden walls is said to keep snails from oURnlnng up or down. For relief from heartburn or dyspepsia dfink a little cold water in, which has been dissolved -a teaspoonful of salt. ¥br hoarseness, beat a fresh egg,, and thicken It with fine white sugar. £at_o£it freely, and the hoarseness wiil soon be relieved. If quilts are folded or rolled tightly after washing, the 'beaten with a rolling pin or potato masher, it lightens up the cotton, and makes them seem soft and new. Ohemiste say that it takes more than twice as Ynuch sugar to sweeten preserves, sauce, &c., if put in when they begin to cook, as it does after tho fruit it cooked, Tar may be remov...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Some Evening Party Conundrums. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Some Sreaiag Fatty Goaunclr&m'&, When is a bar of iron like a had note ? Ufeen it is forged, jfc wuen art true words sweet words? YThtn tb^ are candid. When are eyes not eyes? When the wind 6 make tliefn water. When arc two 'kings like three miles? When they make a league. When are balls and routs supplied gratis'? V)n the field of battle. What 'vegetable is anything but ftgreeabte on l'oardship? A leek When may a chair be said to dislike you? When it cauuot bear you. What part of speech is most distasteful to lovers ? The tiiird person. What is that which sever uses Its teeth formating purposes ? A comb. When is the worst weather fur rats and mice? When it rains cats and dogs. Why are paucakes like umbrellas? Bccaase they me rarely seen after Lent. Why is the letter H like a efcre tor deaf uess ? Because it makes *ear hear. What is that which flies high, flies low, has Bo tf0et, and yet wears shoes ? Dust. If t were in the sun and you were out of it, wltat would the...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Big Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

?Big TreeSt TflE ffeMy Press (Philadelphia) has been collecting tlirodgh its correspondents some interesting data as to big trees in various parts of the country, and measurements of remarkable trees m 14 States are published in the number for August 22nd. Among these are a live oak in Marion county, Fla , with a trunk circumference of 31ft., and a spread of branches of nearly 139ft. ; a sugar maple in Bradford county, Perm., with a girth of 16ft. and branches spreading 83ft. : an film -in 'Shinnston, W. Va., with a girth of 27£t. 3in., a spread of branches of 123ft., and a total height ot 110ft. ; a -chestnut in Lancaster coanty, Penn., with a circum ference of 25ft. 3in., and branches spreading 88£t. ; a sycamore in Wabash county, 111., with a gWth of 28ft., and a sassafras at Johnsvillc, Penn., with & circumference of 13ft. 6iiv., 3ft. from the ground, % -spread of branches of 35ft.^ and a total height of 46ft. To these may he added the tig trees of California, from 30ft....

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Making Unfermented Wine. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

HL&ing tTafenaented Wine. 1. Simply heat perfectly sweet grape-juice ttid seal.it in bottles or. jars jat ottce, ,as yon would canned fruit, ' ? ' ;: ' ? ' % Pick the grapes from the stems aud rnash thera. Cook with as little water AS for jelly uutil the g'rapes ire sott, and then strain 'rAmmrri a flannel linrr t^nr eni-h nimrl of juice take three-fourths of a pound of granulated sugar. When the jnice liaB boiled skim it and put in the sugar, and cook until dissolved. Put the syrup into jars Or bottles tvhSlo boiling hot ; cork and seal. ' 3. Another method is to strain the fresh jftice through linen once or twice, until all fragments of the pulp aro removed and the wine is perfectly clear. It is then put into a clean Ijottle ttntil it reaches the neck of the bottle, --and sweet dlivr. oil is poured upon its surface utftil it i«aches the depth of an inck ot more. If the bottle is then corked the JHJce \vill not funneYiti hut will keep fresh for a proal leWgth ot time. When ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Changs. Wfi tofee the follofrlug official letter from the $£&t- leaf Argit of (Jib S2nil inst \— Uepaftment of Justice, tied. V, 1SSS. Sir— I am (ttrcetci to inform you that in accor dance with tins w-»rraBgcme»ts of Police Mkcts' tratc's districts tlii-ottgliout thtt eolouy which lias Wn male, tile Minister ol Justice lifts a^pi-o\ied of your visiting Port Ntacqnarie b.uA Camden Haven, Jl Tor thfe purpose 01 holding Courts of Tetty ^3e8SlOll8 there; at the latter Jlkcc « least once in two 'montlia, and at the former once In each month, from the 1st of January next. P. MoNllsVlJN, Pro. tinder Secretary of Justree. T. A. Davies, Bsq., Police Magistrate, Ivempsey. On receipt of the above we telfijrraphtd an follows to the mciriW for the district, Mr. Voung, M.P., —'Do the Government Intend to abolish the nffice of Police Magistrate at Port -Jacqiiaric ?' In answer to this question, Mr. Vounj; replied— ' Only cliaugejjroposeil in designation of Mr. Hales. This even umficidrd.1'...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

KELICIAVS AKKOll-'V£i1IEKT& Cmchcu or 'Esr.L-xwii.— Yarms 10-30, Ellen - iborougl: 3, Bev. R. Wilson. Also on January 6— l'ort Mncquarie II (H.C:,)ami;-15, Km-. R Wilson. Wkklevan. — RollaiiHs l'lainB 11, liUckinau's Point 3, Tort Macquarie7'Tn'.'Rfiv.S. H. MacSafle ; i'ort Macquarie II, Mr. J. lMltwoodi Kunia U, Mr. K. Woodlands ; Blackmail's Point 7, Mr. R Mosters. Also on January G— Uuuis 1 1, Mockinnn's Vomt S, -Pert Mac(]unrie T'lTi, Rev. S.J1. Macdadc ; 1'ort Mncquane 11, 'Mr. G. G.i.rett ; rWvdon Island 3, Sir. :T. Secombet. Blackmail's I'eint 7, Mr, R. 'Wcxxllandn. Pbksbvtkrian. — Port Macquario 11, Waiichope 3, Rev. R. Davidson. Also on Jaunnry 6— Eol- aaiids l'laius 1030, Telegraph Point 3, Eev. R. Davidson. ♦ ? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1888.

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Latest Special Telegrams. : fcOUDON. ' ... December- 28.: A iew 'political constitution Las been formed iu Servia. ' ' Sling Miliah has drafted =an act of abdication in favor 'of his Son,' Prihee Alexander, to lie pat in force if the National Assembly refuses the netv cpnsSi tution. . «.' The Scottish Border Res-imeTit lfcuvra fdr Suakira today. The Americans threaten to slieil lite wty of Port au JPrince, fiayti, unless tiie Govern-: ment of that country release tire American Vessel detained there, and pay an indemnity. 'The Haytians liave agreed under protest. Tiie Report of the Eusso Japanese treaty is a canard. The British troops at Sunkim are growling because thoy are not allowed to furbher pursue the rebels. General Bouknger «ill contest the J'n'r'is t 'elections for 1889. EusBia has laid an embargo 'On Aliyssinia, and asserted her rights to tie territory 'oh the Littoral of cast Africa. iBecem'be* it. ? Tie concession ?offered hy King Milan, giving the Natioiml Assetfebly of....

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Local and General Revs. Kcaim Meetino. — A meeting of the Port Macqvarie Regatta committnc took place at tliu Star Hotel on Thursday last, tho Proaidont, Mr. S. L. Ruthvcn, in the chair. After tho initiates had been read snd confirmed, tho collectors, Messrs. Pount&ey and Jiaywara, liituniuen tnac tticy naa ruceivud ithc sum of £!2S 14s, and expected to niiso altaut £4 10s more, which would make a total of £33 Is; iudepeiirieut of some £IG odd already in tlio bank as a balance from last year. This was tfio»-;lit to be a very satisfactory financial position ; and liter making a calculation it was shown that tho club would be able to hand over a. large tialauce for next year's regatta, Mr. Hibbard suggested that it would be necessary to lay -lo\m mere substantial moorings than those in tree iost year. Some of the \t\ioys were completely carried away by the bogts, and this proved a great source of trouble to tho starter *nd Rnitoy*nce (o boat owners. Hn would reooiuuieod that t...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

*^r.J3ilflk&, .„/._..._ ?? %JUI^y'^.-*l»B .eleven «1n-a»i to t-Uy tin pn the looal ground. .©iiJy eight of tUechoscD men tnimd ^up, hat tbe defidaucy fai the field wwjnate. nufber to'lal/anT tbM' £e)def wiEihree mMi» JieaVy tLifiSeratorflfiliirJellJi^h made ^^f; vwy dlBa^reeable and «coriag «l«w. Tlie J ollowiug were the scores 4— ^^ 6 __ _ ^ttefi &O1ITEEN. i T. Fowler, « S, Snters, l» T. Snteni ,.. S ' t;. liookten, too out .... 7 f'wiff tt--c S- «-d*«w. b T. Warltera 4 \ ?*.-'m?'i**l'WwMen,ljT.Sutei«... 2 ! *V, Smith. ^FJunii ?l.T' IV..li.» n 1R. Sanimenflle, »-un out „.. '''.'!. 16 ' T.D.MeCleary,bT.W«!he» ... 0 i '£? ^a!oPh'ni.1bW..8ateiB ... U ; «. Keed, b. T. WarHens ._ ... 4. \ W. Hatteraley, c W. «utcre .„ .. -U ' K. Audravra, bW. Outers „ il i *. O'Connor, b«LWarltcra .„ „.. a A. N. l'ouutncy.ca. Sutora ... _.. 7 35. Sutcru.mctxmtr ' 1:.. &.-J *' '.-s,* 2** a. j. walker, Tb \Vi Butere - i 10 N. DeuliawTl) iV. liftew a.gt] .ifoi T. Une, £ W'SitcnJfh^....

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Rollands Plains Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Bollande Plaiafl^Baoes. The annual meeting of this «1ub was held «n Boxing Day, under most favorable circum stances, and proved a great success, *the three elements being in full force, which make a race meeting enjoyable, vw., fine weather, goodly company, and good sport. The weather was all that could be desired, sun - bright end warm, but tho heat was tempered by a pleasant north-easter. The company was a taost respectable and nutner ?eus one, the gentler sex being largely repre sented *n-3 elegantly dressed, while not goadily so, -others ?Jhwosing neat SHinmer wear. A good wornber -ef visitors came from Port Macquarie, amongst wheni were noticed two bant managers ;and some 'other gentlemen of sporting proclivities ?; the Hastings anS Telegraph Point also applying contingents. There could not have 'been less that 250 persons -on the course, ?everyone ueemiugly bent -on 'enjoyment, ?wWch was apparent from 'bands -escouced tinder the shady trees and noolcs, taking touch \-y the ooo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

JE1HGS. PICKERIHG It CO., Dlarence-strEEt, &ort MacquartiK s - TO -OUM GENEROUS SUPPORTERS. * Has. answer to a&Bny inquiries about fhe etate ofioiar liealtih^iid how. we are getting on we beg to ^baike that we are neither dead nor gone before, hat are very much alive JMstat ,preseB!fc getting the Christmas orders ready, and .'have been so bosywitkraeli of customers that -we have had no time to let the people know how -we tire -getting on, unless we wigfli^jcMi Suridayj .aiH *hat would niwef do, sfe-we^6|ibt wtirk nn ^un fiaV, unless a ^igiiar^Brlcomes in, and €ken we do fei* $.niy ; and when 01* duty^is hone /a«f conscience is' clear, and $iett w^ kan^oaik pleasant aaid^shake hantissvifti-our customers, and ask them u &ey. have come to LOOK AT TJBE NEW GOODS JUST AKRiTSTSD PER ?STEAMER WMILINGTON in time for (the CMstams trade, and *£hen we take themn-otind and show them tiae -gi-eat advanges in buying .from us instead bF-loBiaginoney- by purchaeuig lelsewlie...

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Education of the Brain. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Education of the Brain. Till! brain can be trained just like the hand. This is the great object of education. An empty head is an evil head*; an untrained brain is a mischievous brain. The brain must be used all round, and perhaps the greatest danger of school education at present la built LI1U IIICUIUIJ [O vmi/i-aiA;u fjt Liii.ifjuiij' or almost alone, It is not walking encyclo paedias that do good in the world, but skilled brains, able to think, and not merely to remember. No teaching is likely to be of much permanent value which does not exer cise other faculties of the mind, tho reflection and judging powers, the power of giving undivided attention, and the power of taking pains. Interest in tho work is essential to true progress, and the most enduring know ledge is that which w« teach ourselves. Imagination should bo stimulated by whole some aud stirring stories and all the wmltli of poetry : and the will should be educated by forcing ourselves to do our duties promptly even wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, Sth DcceniW, 1SS8. TKNDERS FOE KITCHEN. PAINTING, AND KKPA1RS. r|'^KNDERS are invited for Uicercctiou of a kit J_ ehen, and for paiutiug aud repairs at Kawdou Islaud Public School, Hastings River. Plans aud Specifications may bo seen, and Forms of Tender obtained, at the Office of the Department 01 I UU11C lll8irU';HUH, OJUIICJ1, »«IU Hfe Hit * M.rj«i, Sclioul, Rawdou Island, on application to the Tuaclier. Tenters, endorsed' Tender for kitchen, painting, ami repairs, Ruwdou Island Public School,' must be lodged with the Under Secretary, Dcpartsnent of Public Instruction, at or before 10 o'clock a.m., on Monday, tlie ;U«t December, 1888. I'hc Minister docs uot bind himself to accept the lowest or auy Tender. ^ ? JaME!S»1KC!LIS. I Department of Mines, Stock Branch, Sydney. 6th December, 1888. DISKASKS IN SHKK1- ACTS, AND PASTURES AM) STOCK. PROTKGTION ACTS. ri^HK attention of owners or persons keeping J_ Horses, Cattle, aud Sheep, and Hutchcr...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Mr. Butler and the Municipal Council. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 29 December 1888

Mr. Sutler and the Muaioipal * *JoiuiciU , 90 *H£ SUlTOH OS THE POBT ftfcOQrjJuftB NEWS. Sir, — After looking over your issue of the 22nd inst, aad the report of the local Council's proceedings therein, t wish to express my surprise at, and tenter my protest against, the remarks said tto have been made by Uio Mayor and Alderman Gaul) in reference to one of our oldest «.nd most respectable townsmen. I had previously read in the same issue the account of the presentation to Mr. Butler, hy the Masons, of a costly and handsome jewel, accompanied by an address fitting the occasion, and expressing the strongest respect to, and highest appreciation of, Mr. Batter's sterling qualities as a Mason, and as a man. It is evident that the Masons set a high value' upon Mr. Butler as their Right Worshipf.il Master {a. position which, S _ learn, he has ?occupied some years), aud I presume that no ' one will be fouud with the assurance to deny that the Masons df this 'district are an intelligent and ...

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