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Tho Ho.ilth Deuaitment was ndvieed to day by Dr. Makgill, of Auckland, that all the Moutrose troopers under his care aie mating satisfactory progress. In the results of tho Trinity College examinations published on Tuesday, tho lume of the tutor of Elinor Julia Smith, who secured an intermediate paas, was wrongly given as Miss Barraud. It bhould have been Mirs linrn.ird. The Agricultural Department has decided to station some of its blood horses as follows during tho sunnnei — Tyranny, in iJheftlcld-HororaU distiiot, L'.uileibtiry; Lupin, in Tuapeka-Tokomaiiuo di-<tiict, Otago ; Serapion, in the Wuiiarapa ; Dauber Signal, at Momohuki, Wungaiiui. Tho other horses m.iy be located at the Government furm ut Levin. Judgments for plaintiffs were given as follows in the Magistrate's Court to-day — Umfreville and Dodd v. James Grogan, £3 6s 10d ; Martin J. Browne v. Victor Clifford, £52 2s; Win. Burt v. Edgar Hydo, £43 7s 2d ; Albert H. Hunt v. Charlotte Rutherford, £23 10s 9d ; Commercial Agency, Limited, v. James Compton, £2 13s sd ; same v. John C. M'Kerrow, £23 4s id ; same v. Win. Fountain, £1 3s 9d ; same v. Henry T. Rees, £2 9s; same v. John Bic»n,an, £30 Is sd ; samo v. Victoria Howell, £16 17s 6d. Mr. Vawdrey R. Baldwin, solicitor, of Palmerston North, son of Captain Baldwin, was married at St. Paul's ProC.uhedral yesterday by the Rev. T. H. Sprotb to Miss Catherine Maud Friend, daughter of the late Mr. George Friend, who was many years Clerk of the nouse of Representatives. Tho bride was given away by Sir Maurice O'Rorkc, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Thebridesmaids wero two little girls — Mi^s Cecile Baldwin (niece of tho bridegroom) and Miss Agnes Duncan (daughter of Air. Lan Duncan). Mr. Harold Cooper was best man. The bride's mother, Mr*. Friend, held a reception at the Royal Oak Hotel, whore a large number of friends attended. A land selector who has held a considerable area for some years complained bitterly to the Land Boaid this morning of the publicity given to the steps that had beon taken to enforce residence. The Commissioner said that the Board -was I not lesponsible for information that ap- | penred in the pros«j, ar.d this was endorsed by jiii'. Rees.c. Mr. Hogg said ■ the minutes and proceedings of the Board wero always public, and the publication of what occuned had a salutary effect. It i was explained to the complainant that residence was required to enable settlers j to socui'O schools and other conveniences. The selector — "I believe in the Crown lease, but I am almost inclined to change ' my Tiews." Mr. Hogg— "No, doubt. If ' you had your freehold, you wonld bo able to live the life of a happy absentee and your, neighbours would have to do without your company." A meeting of residents of Karaka and Worscr Bays and Seaioun interested in the formation of a cricket club is to, be held at the Kiosk this evening. In tho Magistrate*!* Court to-day, beforo Mr. Haseldon, S.M., Frank Kinsella was ordered to pay £8, value of a window belonging to Mr. Wm. Brown, which lie had broken ; in default iwo months' imprisonment with hard .labour. Before Mr. J. Collins, J.P., at the Mount Cook police station to-day, Thos. Callow was fined 10s for drunkenness. A. C. Norris, hon. secretary of the New Zealand llugby Union, has received communications fiom the Hon. W. P. Reeves, Agent-General for New Zealand, and from Mr. Rowland Hill, hon. secretary to the English Jiilgby Union, in reference to the proposed tour of a New Zealand representative team to England. Tho subject matter of the letters will not be made public until it has been laid before the Management Committee of the Rugby Union at its meeting to be held on Tuesday next. The Land Board to-day approved the following apx>lications by settlers to transfer their selections I—A.1 — A. P. Hartstone to J. L. Hartstone, (Jorge ; N. W. Taylor to J. James, Pahiatua Village Settlement; H. P. MillcU to R. H. Millett, Alakuri. The following were approved subject to usual conditions: — Miss M. A. Welsh to M. Welsh, Kairanga; J. J. Lindvast to R. T. Roberts, Makotuku ; W. R. Campbell and P. J. Gallagher to W. R. Campbell, Tuiraukawa; A. Kirk to A. W. O'Dwyer, Rnahine ; D. Meads to F. H. Thompson, Hautapu ; E. Willcock to Bull and Batley, Pukeokahu ; J. Blair to Mrs. A. M. Bustard, Papurangi Settlement ; C. A. * Jensen to Anderson and Todd, Wanganui; W. H. Pretious to W. Bell, Tararua. A title was granted to P. Brown for section 7, block V., Apiti, provided he had complied with conditions. A lecture was 'delivered last night, under the auspices of the New Zealand Socialist Party, by Baron Mollwo. The j subject was "Capital and Labour." The speaker traced tho strife between capital and labour back through tho Middlo Ages, when tho feudal system pievdiled, to tho days of the Romans when the tribunes were established. The lecturer submitted thut the capitalist only used his capital aright when it was used for the purpose of bettering the condition of the people, '-i'lmt he did not do so was not only the fault of the capitalist, but of th« workers also. Tine, the latter were united into trades unions,,- but each union Mas- fighting for its own individual interests instead of working ns a united body in the interests of the whole of the woikers. The need of unity and brot'lierhood among the people was strongly emphasised. Before the complete happiness of any community was assured capital and labour must go hand in hand. Considerable discussion took place on the subject-matter of the lecture. Votes of thanks to the lecurer and chairman (Mr. Denew) closed the meeting. Mr. W. Galloway has consented to contest a seat on the Htitt County Council for the Horokiwi Riding. There are few who have not beard of Kirkcnldie and Stains's, Ltd., 9s 6d shoo in black or tan, glace kid, patent leather loecap, in button or lace. You can get (hem now in all sizes, a fiesh shipment having just arrived. — Advt. A word of advice regarding butter. Defiance Butter is the best made. Pure, wholesome, palatable, and ficsh. — Advt. O. Smith haa just received v, splendid lot of Jap. washing silks. Thego goods are much in demand this season, and there b a delightful assortment of colours nt Is 6<l per yard ; also a lino of spotted Japs, 27m, at 2s lid ; fashionable Tusgor Silks la 6d, Is lid, 2s lid. Our fancy muslins this spring are par excellence). Attractive drossy designs for bloußea in every e«nce ! vi" lo colour from 4id to Is 3d pet^yart 1 — Advt. Lace and lace insertions aro dill tho reigning feature. We hold the largest stock in Wellington in those goocjo, and Italics would do well to inspect them early and get first choice. Mado-up face goods for neck wear in rich profusion; lnce ties, lace collar, fiohus, fronts, etc., in tho very newest patterns. O. Smith, Cash Draper, Cuba-street. — Advt. Cycles enamelled and plated, 30s ; any muka of freowheel fitted at lowest cewt ; Intest slock of sundries at reasonable prices. Fine stock of 1902 B.S.A. cycles. Call nnd inspect. Gates, Lowry and Co., Cubastreot. Advt.

Tho plague has como to light again To give us all a scare ; Dnalh stfcros us in the face, that's plain, Lot every one toko care. Attend to every nilment that You may havo to endure, Drivo off your cough and put on fat With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. -Advh

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume LXIV, Issue 75, 25 September 1902

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Volume LXIV, Issue 75, 25 September 1902