“ Alcohol —ls it a Necessity?” —ln the Templar Hall last night to a full audience, Mr. H. Cape-Williamsou delivered his lecture on “ Alcohol—ls it a necessity ?” In the course of his remarks Mr. Williamson proved conclusively that alcoholic liquor was not a necessity of life, &c., that the human body in health did not require any alcohol at all, but was far better without it. The lecture which lasted more than an hour was a very racy one, bristling with anecdote and illustration, and was very well received indeed. At the close the Rev. Mr. Keall moved a vote of thanks to the lecturer, which was carried by acclamation. The chairman vas Mr. 1. Scott.
WantedANTED, a; BLACKSMITH, must be a good Sheer. Apply to R oii but Patton, Blacksmith, Mount Somers. 413 ANTED—A HOUSEMAID for the Country ; good wages. Apply, office of this paper. 388 WANTED KNOWN. SOMERSET LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. JW. M'RAE bogs to inform the , public that he has taken the above Stables from Mr. Bossenberg, and is making extensive repairs. Buggies and saddle horses on hire. Lowest prices and best attention. 908c—286g Meetings. AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. Meeting of members tonight, at Seven o’clock. .Business of importance. A full muster requested, 415 S. E. PQYNTZ, Hon. Sec. IVTOTIC.B—A MEETING of the JL>| Parishioners of St. Andrew’s, Tiuwald, will be held in the Vestry, on FRIDAY Evening, at 7 o’clock. Business of importance. 414 SOMERSET LODGE. THE Regular Monthly Meeting of this Lodge will be held on FRIDAY EVENING at 7-30., in the Hall, Tancred Street. Visiting Brethren invited. By order 929 c W.M. __ TO THE INHABITANTS OF WINSLOW AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. A- MEETING to consider the advisability of ERECTING YARDS and holding, periodical Sales will be held at the Winslow Railway Hotel on SATURDAY, 30th inst., at 7 p.m. 394 Lost. LOST, on Saturday last, between Quinn’s shop and the bridge, a WHIP. Anyone bringing the same to the office of this Paper will bo rewarded, and anyone keeping it after this date will be prosecuted. 406
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