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Our Lands and what we have done with Them. No 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

Win* Stands and whut we Stave done with 3F2iciu. fFronx the- S. M. Herald.) No 2. The second leoturo of this series was dolivorod at tho School of Arts, Bahnain, on tho ovoning of tho 28th ultimo, to an audionce of 40 or 50, tho chair boing occupiodby Mr. AV. M'Donald. Tho roading of tho locturo, the . explanatory comments, and references to tho maps wore followod with markod interest and attoutiou, and several of thoso prosont expressed their approval and appreciation. The lecture bogan by allusion to tho events which brought the original plan of colonisation to an end. About 1829 tho British mind bocamo interested in schomos of colonization. A settlement was; formed in Western Australia, but tho attempt broke down. As plannod tho scheme could not succood. Tho land was givon away in onormous tracts to anyone who would engage to' take out immigrants. Fanners, carrying with thorn complete agricultural plant, wont ont in simple credulity, trusting to tho ropresontations of pooplo who ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Licensing Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 28. (Before Messrs. James Thomson, John Monaghan, and John M' Arthur.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

licensing Court. Tuesday. Maiioh 28. (Before Messrs. Jnmos Thomson, John Mona ghan, and John M' Arthur.) In re P: Stanton's application for transfor of tho Royal, Torrura, to J. S. Hommingway. Tho Clork of tha Court intimated tho modo of procedure to bo that the applicant was to open tho case after it had been called. Tho Clerk thon road a number of doeumonts, — application to transfor to J. Stanloy Hemmingway, wherein tho transforeo was described as having ' a wifo and six childron.' There wero also papers signed by a number of residents of Sydnoy — some half-a-dozon — describing Homminswav as a fit person to hold a billiard license, otc. ; and there was a memo, from Sub-Inspector Mackay, of No. 2 Police Station, Sydnoy, stating that Hommingway had hold a license for tho ' Castlo O'Connoll ' Hotel, Sydney ; that he had con ducted tho samo satisfactorily, but that ho (Inspector M'Kay) could sav nothing lespocting tho moral character of Hemmingway. In addition to these certificates, ...

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Distress at Mount Browne Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

Distress at Mount BSrowne Gold fields. The latest information rocoived in reference to the condition of tho minors at Mount Browne affords ovidonco of a considerable amount of distress, and Sir John Eobertson, on bohalf of tho Government, is taking the most active measures to reliovo tho sufferers, as will bo eoen from the subjoined official telegrams : ? Copy of telegram from Senior-sergeant P. L. Vaughan, Demliquin, to tho Inspector-Genera ,t of Police.— 'March 15, 1882— Sergeant Prior wiros: 'Police at diggings report flour scarce ; storekeepers will not soil more that 61b. to one porson. Teams with rations from South Aus tralia 120 miles from diggings ; cannot get nearer for want of wator. Drought and sick ness still continue. Campbell and party struck water in a woll four miles from Tibboburra ; obtained good drinking water at 200 feet, said to - supply 200 gallons per hour. Most of tho J^ ? population now camped at Onopah. Constable '~-N Christie little bettor; likely able to ...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

' ? ?' '???' '.?'? :; :. \ \Sm«jMcst. ' ., . ; . ?'.??.? Ax inquest was hold at tho residence of Mr. Thomns Allen, of Brown's Mountain, Cambo warra, on Tuesday 'afternoon, bofore Atr. District Coronor Ricbnrds and a jury of fivo, touching tho doath of John l'lynn, who died there on the preceding day. ?,?'?;? Thomns Allen, haying been duly sworn, stated: 'I am a farmor and rosidp in tho Kan garoo Mountain, Brown's Mountain ; tho body viewed by the Coroner arid tho jury is that of John Plynn, aged about 50 years ; ho has boon in mv omploymont for tho last three weeks : ho wnsnnativo of Mayo, Ireland ; yesterday, Mon day, tho 27th instant, about 0 o'clock a.m., wo were rolling a log, arid we had moved- it a littlo, when I callod out starid cloar ; there woro tbroo of us ; the docoasod hold on to . the lever ; tho othor mnn and I lot go tho1 log; took the lover for 'for a roller; for a littlo1 distance tho lover slewod round and throw tho docoasod against tho log, striking tho back of h...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Bulletin Libel Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

.mSCKliIiAHTEOUS. . ? . M.^p. ? The Bulletin Siibcl Cnsc. A rUBT.TO mooting was hold on Wednesday, tho 22nd instant, in tho Tomponinco Hiill, Pitt streot, ' for tho purposo of giving an expros sion to tho sympnthy folt for Mossrs. Hayne8 and Archihald, lato proprietors of tho Bulletin nowspapor, who aro now incarcoratod in tho debtors' prison, Darlinghurst, for costs incurred in a libol suit at tho instanco of tho propriotors of Olontarf ; and also as to tho proprioty of moasuros boing takon to obtain an amondmont of tho prosont law of libol.' Tho hall was crowded some timo boforo tho hour announcod for commencing tho proceedings. Tho Mayor (Mr. John Harris) presided, and on tho plat form with him woro tho following gentlemen : — Mossrs. G. H. Boid, J. Eosoby, D. O'Connor, T. M. Slattory, N. Molvillo, II. 0. Dangar, W. 0. Proctor, a. A. Lloyd, G. AVithors, AV. E. Camp boll, Ms.L.A., M. Leary, P. E. Holdsworth, E. L. Dowling, J. AVigley, G. E. Dibbs, B. 0. Holterman, Dr. Moore-AATiit...

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Cricket. NOWRA V. CAMBEWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

-;-'. ..'??'::? Cricket. :; \ ?' V '?? : ;' '.?;;?. Nowba y. Camdewaura.; , . .; ', . Qjf Saturday. last a match was playbil:at Cam bbwarrabotwebntlio Nowra and Cambewarra clubs. '. Nowrn. having having wontho.toss, do cidod to defend tho ' sticks,' arid whontho last .man was disposed of they bad put togothor the very respectable score of !)S— of : which P. Kennedy contributed 42 by sterling cricket, ho kooping tho field vory li voty for sorap time ; H. Thurgato playod a careful patient innings for his 11.- Tho 'first innings of Oa'inbewarra closed for (iS— 30 behind that of. Nowra— Messrs. Biddulph and M'TTeo displaying good cricket, the formor making 2(3. and tho latter 17. In the second inninnis of Nowra P. - Kennedy again rencbod double figures, when ho whs smartly causht at 'long-on' by S. Richardson, tho innings closing for 40 runs. Cnmbewarra, i,n their second innings, had S wickets down for 22 vans — 6 of which wore obtainod for an ' ovor throw ?'.' — yKe'n.tirne'wns called,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

M f T I € E . i/ rpriE auAnrBRtiY licencing court R_ tni tho l)islucl/M Sho.illi.neu will bo hold nt tho f'ouil Iloii'-o^foW^, onlMUDAY, 28m AI'IUJj ne\t, at noo^i By ordor ot tho Court, AV. JJOVEGROArE, C. P. S. Nowla, 2Sth Mneh, 1SSJ ill QD Ifl £ C BSi i IF JOHN AVILLTV IS, Lite of Yalwil does not pome and tiko his HOUSE, SADDLE, md BRIDTjE .iwini nd| pi- ox] onsos, thoy will bo told on SAT/JP DfY NEXT, 1st Apnl, to paj cxponsosl AAr j , AVH35 VTLDY, Albion Jlotol. ^owi.i, 20th Much, 1SS2. T E X I - E JO. fe- . f- mENDERS aio leq nod Ioi REPAIRS to J. ROAD bolwoclii ilbagotieoCieok Budge and Bumniaug G.ii)| Foi' paiticulais aliiil ? to JOHN GLANA'ILLD, Nowia. f T'RTTti'S?'!? IP & TFTffiin. ~* fjnilE undorsigned do/ros it to bo known that _i. hnMug puiehlnratho ]jusmoss of Mi John Mason, of 'LV//il-| the^ aio pi opined to like ouleis toi FUNERALS in any p.ut of the disliict Tho Heiliso alwajs m loadmobo Chaigeb model ale AV. 0. BROWN, i, CO , Nowia a. cs-K^A-israD ? PIG-NIC...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

JWowra SIuiBicipnl Council) '--?:?'.-':? ' Tuesday, MiVnoiti28,, 1882.' ? ?? i, Puesext — tho full Council, oxcopliiigAldormnri Moss, ?-?Tho ininutos ol previous meotiiijj were, road nnd c-miirinod.--Tho rbporfof tho-Einancb, Comhii£teo''rocommonfling pnymont of tho ini dbrnibntibnod items, was adopted on tho motion of Aldbrmon AVatson and Qrahain :— I'. Siduoy, MH»\; :.T.::BniT0tt, *3 (is ;-'-Ei. Cliidloy, £2 10s; f rbightdriiin: pipes,. £i: Is. Gd;::J.'Siuolairj'j;i ;. nxo. 7s: School of Arts; £l. 7a 2d : S. Groon. ^4*il st :10s ; A. ?B;.\ll!lyarcl,':i 10 ; common': and; feiry, £4 2s.— ltoports woro roceivod and adopted ns follows :— Groonhillsrond and stroots of town of Nown'i Nowra Hill and. TJlladulla ronds, Bamarang road, and on tho subject of tliowiitor supply.— Tho following toridors wore rucoivod :— . supplying 'sawdust : EMIoukoy, 5s por cart ; M. llohnrdt, 4d per bag, arid 3s '.fld per', yard for turfing'.' Sinking well; M; JUehardt, first 8 foot, 15s pbr foot ; socond , ...

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Messrs. Finlay & Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

Messrs. ft'inlny & Co's isoiiort. li'at Cattlo.— Tho supply at tho yaids on 'Wednesday consisted of plain light cows, which wo bold us high as iM, or about 18/ por lOOlbs. AVo disposed of about '10 bead on account of Messrs. Rowland, Rix, nnd MoDownll, of that description. As nlioady slated, tho grnsnots, with about two or fhrco oxcoplinus, nio elonrod of thoir fat stock, and presonl intes must within n month adranco 20 por cent. Tlomobiish is llio only sourco wo have to depend upcu for a supply, and at f ho lowest tho trade may expect to ha\o to pay fiom 2j/ to30/]ior lOOlbs for plain quality. Wo quolo pro=ont Valuo of bul locks in fair condition, lo nvotngoGOOlbs, at'i'j ; cows, at fiom 70/ lo 80/, say to avoiago 450 to oOOlbs. ?Storo Cattlo. -—About 300 mixed woro offorod on Wcdnosday and disposed of ; grown cattlo sold fairly, considering tho sonson : prices woro still lower for young stook and thin brooding cattlo. AVo .sold about 1-1 pons on account of Messrs. Ohalkor,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

, 03' Meetings to be Held. Good Templar's Lodgo moots at Nowra, March 30, 1882, at 7 p m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

' IMawnrra steam ItfaviKitlion TIME TABLE. _ „ , f Evory Monday, Tuesday, and From Sydiioy. \ £rMay m--gllt- nt l {. From Grooiuroll ( Monday, 6 n.m. ; Tuesday, 3 Point.1 ( p.m.; Thursday, 8 n.m. ' ? FAMES:. Caithc, ««s; Kctnrn (Cabin), 3«-H) gtccrujsu, Km (id. ?No Pigs or other Livo Stock will bo convoy od by tlio slemnor leaving for Sydney on Tuesday ai'torhoon. E. MANNING, Managor. Clinriex-cd HBanh. npiIE BUSINESS of this BANK will, for f.lw J[ futuro bo conducted in tlio NISW PK13- - MISES in Kinghorn-sli cot next tuoPro3l)ylevkn . church. ROBT. FINLAYSON. Manngor. Nmvra, 12lli January, 1881. ( 'r. langlby, ' { aoavEjVLissionsr - PRODUCE AGENT, i TJSHAMJKJAM §? FRUIT DEPOT, -j 02 SUSSEX-STOIiET, f . Y t) N K Yj ? \ fLaiv Thome and MeiMejohn,J Commission Agent, t SUSSEX STREET, \ Botweeu King and Market Streets, SYDNEY. . i W. HALL, | Genera! Commission Agent, , .VXD ] E-J5fc«M»TUCB-': IHDiiaCliBAW'H1, i 310, Svssv:x-srin:GT, ' svmjsr. } N.B. — Country Oidors wompfly attondnd to...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

LOCAL IMTJEIiMCVEHrCJE. ? . — c — : ? TnK T)ov. G. 'Woolnough, M.A., ox-Prosidont of tho AVosloyan Conforonco, will deliver a loc turo at tho 'Wesloynn ' Church, on ?Wednesday ovoning noxt. Subject— 'Tho Recent Dis coveries in Pnlostino.' Collection in aid of Homo Mission Fund. Tnr. ScmuoEr, Ciui.M5N-ge Our.— Tho votaries of tho popular sport with wicket iuid ball will bo plonsod to loam that Mr.,H, Schragol , watchtnnkor and jowelloivof Nowra, lias (later mined to donate a Cricketer's Challbngo Cup. to lie coinpotod for by cricket clubs in tho Police, District of Shtmlhavan, on. terms' to bo -horoin- ofter mentioned. This, wo are informed,; is the first trophy of tho kind that has boon mado in tho South Coast with n. view to promote and roward oxcellonco in tho manly sport in* which onr athletic 'Cornstalks' are so dexterous; and as tho game is usually plnj od for tho honour of oxcollonco in it, tho handsome and liberal gift of '- neighbour Schragol is timely and appropriate. ' .''...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 1 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Grcville's Telegram Company. ) Si'DNEY. Wr.DXESDAY, 1 P.M. ', The Licensing Bench yesterday decided that a game of cards in an hotel is not illegal, provided it bo for amusement, and t not for states. ' s' J ' ? Tho Electoral Rolls for next year for this ?„ ?' colony show an inoreaso of 5371 votes. Tho -weather is terribly hot. It was ' raining in some parts of tho colony yester day, including Cobar and Murrurundi. 1 A man named Bell, tho last of ' Thunder bolt's Gang,' was arrested yesterday near '''Walgett,' charged with hcrse-stealing at Goulburn two yoars ago. Ho was yester day recognised as tho man who shot Con stable Eofield at Walgott 16 years ago. Owing to his great gollop Bryan O'Lynu camd in favour for tho Ilawkesbiiry Ilnmli ,. cap yesterday ; after being bnckod at fancy ' 2-''es, left off at 100 to 7. Lcoroox, Monday. — Messrs. Parnoll, Dil flon, and O'Kielly, imprisoned in Kilmainham ' Gaol, have applied to bo released, in ordor '...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

CasiDtauBea'csafi Ss6ile!lSss4t'BB«4s operative CuiiiituiiyCHjinutcrt). Sydma- MvKki.r PitiCr.s. Buttoi — Dunn'; tho pist week wo havo lcceivodi about 800 skogs. This quantity con sidei.tbly o\eecde(l oui o\pct'tntions, boing larger thnn\for nnji, immediately proceeding week, must have been partly tho produco of pioMoua weeks, kept buck by ninkbicn This action on thu p.nt ot juodueois misleads us, and may lofult m inueh dibiipointmont lo pioduceis, who -nonld do woll to bond us then buttoi us fiesh as posoiblo, that is ns toon nttei it )b mado ns nossiblo Bacon. — Demand is fairly good, bui supply rmito ociunl to it, autl tho highest pi ice quoted uannot bo obtained o\cept foi a sido oi two A hiu luoiago puce Ioi good bacon veil handled imd di v is 7d ppi lb Choose.— This maikot is again showing signs nf im])io\oment AVo look foi miplovcd pi ices no^ct w ock 1'igs tdno sold woll during tho Week, also Ulh Cb Poultiy — If nnj chnngom \aliloit is hnidly poicopliblo yet still tho tondon...

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Cable Intelligence. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

CnUBu Ititellli^oitc'C. (7-'j'oi)i (he Sydnei/ J'npers.) LoXIkw, Mnroh 2li. Colonel Itiirnaby has cinsst'd tho Straits of Dovor iira balloon. Tho fiiiih/ News publishes a tologrnin from its coiTospondont in South Africa that tho Iksnlos aio Rubiuilling fo tho award locnnllv lnudo by the British Govornmonl, and that tho nalivos hiivo comnifinced paying faxes. Tho diflicully in Basutoland is now boliovod to bo at an ond. ^fnich 2-1. Tho Jewish chemists in St. Petersburg have boon older by tho authorities to .sell thoir busi nesses. In tho, IIouso of Commons, last night, tho Queen's massage rocommoiiding that special appropriation bo mado for a separate allowance to 1'iinro- Leopold was taken into eonsidoratioiK Mr. Gladstone mnvod that XIO.OOO por annum bo grunted lo his lloyal Highness. Thopiopos.nl was met with opposition fiom tho Radicals and P.irnollifos, but was agreed to on division by a largo majority, tho minority consisting of 42 mombois only. Tho motion of Lord P,cdesdalo, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

To Our Subscribers. STJBSCRIBKRS to this journal not rccoiving thoir papor regularly, will obligo by promptly communicating the fact to tlio pro prietor, at the offico of this paper. V THE Publlslicil every Thursday SSovniiig. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1882.

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Weekly Calendar for March—April. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

'^Vcclily Calendar j!oj- SiTarcJt— April. Phases oi' the Mooy. Full Moon ? 4th, at 3.51 a.m. ' Last quarter .. 11th, at 4.35 p.m. .Now Moon .. 18th. at 7.43 a.m. Krst quarter... 2oth, at G.I a.m. -n.mv. '1 t ? Suk ? 1 I High water atShoal JJAm 1 faisos.1 -Sots. 1 havon Heads. ? ] n. M. ' ir. m. a: m. 1 v. m. 30 6 12 5 57 4 52 5 21 31 6 13 5 55 ,) 49 6 13 1 G 13 3 54 G 37 6 38 ' 2 ' 6 14 3 53 7 18 7 37 3 '' G 15 5 31 7 50 8 13 1 -1 G 1G 5 50 8 30 8 40 ' 5 '7 G 1G 3 40 !) 7 I 9 25

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Startling Disclosures in Melbourne. RUSSIAN INTRIGUE SUSPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

vSlartlhtg SMscIoswrcs in BEcHjoiirnc. , HUSSTVX IMMGUK SUSlT.PlED. Ml'.LuouitiS'lj, Thuisday-A staitbng aiticlo np]icaipd in to-daj's Age on thosubioct of tho - Msit of tho Eubsian Hoot. It is asseitod that , thopiopriotois of that papoi hwo had an mloi , view with a poi&on nauiodHoniy I3iyant, who Wns a seclot ugont of Adinnal Ablanbtigoft, mid ' a Nihilist, and that ho has placed in thou pob '' session a dospatch iiom theEussian Go\oinment mid a cyphor tologiam in leply thoioto Tho ''' dosimtch instincts tho Adnulnl to make e\ami ' nations'' of 'Austiahan poilH, in ouloi to sco if ' ' thoy could b6 takon by suipiibo ; to ascoilain if '' ' England ' could loly on tho Iiibh population z ,in -tho ovont of a war, and a lebelhon in , Iioland pncouiagod, nnd to apcoilain if 3 a lmk!iugIpllico foi pnvatcois could bo found on 'thoi coast. Wai bohv eon England nnd liussin ^^|is spokon ofias coitnin, and tho money to lio ob '* *taniod*fioin'the\aiiou8 colonies issotdounas follow,: ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

MISCIEEiHiAlKEiiUiJtg. ' 9 ? AT (ho Becriina Police Court, on Tuesday, ^farch 21, Thomas Johnston and Joseph Ellis \\Cro charged with carrying liioarm-s at Nnllni on Sunday. Defendants slated (hat (hoy had iiol filed a shot. Thoy Wcro oulorod to pay tho Court poiV.ilty, viz. £2 ouch, and -I/I! each costs ?of court. .'.Complaints had' boon mado to tho Iplito, that shooting on Sunday was a common , ? ?? /practicein tho neighbourhood. :'.!.,.? The EaIixixos of the Exowsil Team. — . ; Tho Melbourne Telegraph has boon givon to .,?'.'.,. Xindoistand that the lato tour of English Eleven . ? Ithrnughout the Australian colonios ntnl Now Xoiiland h;is proved a, financial as woll as a ~ cricketing success, the gross amount taken from ? Till sources being in close proximity to £ Kt,O0O. - Thu pi omntol i, Mossi -i Shaw, Sinew shun , and Lillvwhitppu^ tho lcmnmmg nine piuloisinnnls i'20(- each, and allowing i.\)()0!) ioi tho o\.ponso» ?of tho tup, tins would lea\o tho \eiv handsome !sum, in roun...

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Broughton Creek and Bomaderry Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 30 March 1882

JSroughtwii Creek mill SBoinaderry^ iUiiiiici{t;i! Council. Tim rognlar fortnightly meeting of tho Council named nbovo was hold nt tho Council Chamber, Broughton Crook, at 2.30 p.m. on Saturday last.' Prosont— Aldormon Gall, Horgnn, M'Konziff, IConnedy, Kunklor, nnd Timbs. On tho motion of Aldermen Kennedy, seconded by Aldormcn Kunklor, Aldorman M'Konzio was voted to the ; chair, in the absonco of tho Mayor (Aldorman Gray). The- minutes of previous mooting woro road' and confirmed. — Correspondence : Out wards. Tho Minister of AVorks, on tho subject of the urgoncy 'of carrying out tho long doforrod work of forming and oponing tho road front Hayes' store, Bomadorry, to Nowrn. Bridge. [By roqu'ost, - tho- Clork also road two letters from the Dopnrtmont of Bonds and ?Bridges, Works' Ofileo, 'dated Novouibor and Docombor, last' respectively, whoroin it was btated, (1) ' that tho roiid had boon sur veyed, and that tenders for tho work of forming it would bo callod without dolay ; 'and (2...

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