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■ re s s Dis-
B ]a * e news at
■ -,nd are pub
■ ... T::e Capital.
■ (JAZi'TTK— EHTAULIKHL’D 1727.
■' .’I SERVICt
':M iliffi
"iia Of WORK
Membership To
Month And Ac
:! Branch To
\u:an, Non-Par-
SUCCESSOR
■ THE W. C. C. S.

■ : , mi ■ of the Com
mm ..t ;t ret -1 •ii r
>ndge* itfficii nt to
mi*- program ol'
m ',vibes for
i.ri tli it] is to lie
.■!, port p.i'- is,m.
0 I: will ti'it rc
tiar s<<'! or party,
i jit iplc as imlivid
■•i/.at i hi w ilhoul
! will not seek to,
lint will Ol
I Ito ■: n-ngthen
I nit ii's, which
: vire IHOVcnicllt.
he \. ok of War
rv!< ■ proving
i .1 efuillC- - ill til
In fninilrcds of
i Mitminity Service
: i• o| mi• sncccss
i a lOial h< ndquarters
: v c. la. orporated.
•k oi tin .r respective
• at liy IHO eil izens
' o iita. was iii'i'imipan
;!• a: whs'll show s sotue
! l in I'agc Three)
mc i.mULDERS’ MEETING
: ;;-,g of the Stock- 1
\titi.i jmlis Hanking
r .Aiii he held at its
i \.\r\i:v s. l'.ino, at
■ THOMPSON. .1 It .
Treasurer. 1
?•
m \\ ....Resolution- —vear !|
■i ..vomit with tin- C apital City Building & Loan
School Street. C ity. Opcit for business Satur
\ id.: to .o r. m.
\ HOI,I,AIt A \VEEK AMOUNTS
\ t. ’ $168.14
V, .V, 297.85
, n> 679.66
: cmh y\ir. the semi-anmial dividends are larger
deposited during that period. *
1 Il'.l R\L TERMS TO lIOMESEEKERS.
: .A YKiU BERNARD J. WIEGARP.
Sec y. & Treas.
j:?
HRISTMJS 1919
\\ ;h the Vuletide comes the
'i i"Utv . 1 extending to our
~n\ friends and fellow cili
. the
Greetings oj
The SCiison
.} the holidays make happy
*. closing of UM!> and usher
a a joyous New YcaY, brim
• ; >t opportunity for service.
' r happiness and for success.
I lie Annapolis Banking
kV Trust Company
SCHEDULES COMPLETE!
Middies To Have Big Time Ir
Tank And On Mat
TO MEET STRONG TEAM
The Naval Academy schedules
swimming and wrestling have been an
nonneed Hoih sports will bring tin
roprf sentatives of some of the m--l
--ki,own institution.-, of the Hast to An
tiapolis. These, with basket hall, soc
cer. gymnastics, boxing and fencing
will make the winter athletic sea- t.
a- th>- Academy one of great interest
hi fact. th general schedule will pre
s* n; more events than at any other in
stitution in the country.
\ feature of the swimming season will
In- that wa;.-r polo wil he played for
the !lr time, City Collge. of New
'lork, blinking its team in that line to
Annapoi s on February 21. when its
swimming leatn appears here.
The swimming dates are: .January
HI .John Hopkins; January :il. I'rince
•■’ti; Feiirtt. r\ 7. Columbia; February
11. University of Pittsburgh; February
HI. ('i y College, of New York; Felirti
urv 2b Mas-achusotts Tech; March
Harvard Henry Ortland and Harry
Kevoir are the swimming coaches.
’t he wrestlers are working into good
-Tape under Coach Schultz, who lias
developed so many winning teams at
the Academy. Coach Schultz lias
bout w inner of last year in every class,
and much good material. About 4U
men an- at the training table.
This is the schedule; February 7.
la-high: I-'elurary It. University of
i’t um-vlvaria; February HI, Prince
ton; February HS, Uoiumhia; March ,
Pcnn.-y lvania State; March lit, Cor
nell.
'l’ll.' Academy wre. tiers made a
wonderful record last year, defeating
Penn Stale, Yale. Uoiumhia. Lehigh
and University of Pennsylvania

baptismal Seri ices
Haptismtil services and serving of
unusual interest will take place Sun
day morning at the College Avenue
Baptist Church.
The pastor. Rev. John S. Sowers,
will baptize two midshipmen from the
large squad in attendance at the
church. Two of the girls from the
class of Mrs. Fred Bausum will also
lie baptized.
This service w ill lie followed by tile
I.ord ; Supper, at which those bap
tiz'd wiil receive the Communion km!
he recognized as members of the Body
of Christ.
) PROGRAM OF SERVICES
. FOR WEEK OF PRAYER
tb'gTiUing on Monday, ’he first v. k
j in the new year will be 'observed in
the caur< h( s as a VV* ek of i’r; . r.
The following are the pit. -es : wor
n '
ship and the .- . .ject :
( , Monday College Avenue ibiptb:
- Church, Rev. {hn nett H. Spelt--er -and
* itr. Pcr-on- ; subject. "The < her. h
Awakem-d Ly X.Uii ttl Self Kxautiita-
Hon."
Tuesday Trinity .Me'hodi. t K •
. copal Church. South, Rev. J S. Sow
- ers and Hr (1 W. Kurgan; subject,
'‘The -Church Awakened ly a Vision
• of the World's Need."
r v W tr dty Maryland \venuc
v Methodist Episcopal Churcli. Rev. A
ii U. Owens and Dr Person; sutjee'.
s "The Church Awakened i-y the X ..
Call for Co-Operation."
y Thursday F.r.-r Pn pytcrUn
- Chureh, Rev. Ii W Burg.in. D. D .
V and Hr. Sowers; subject. "The Chur a
v Awakened by a Revival of Family R ■
- ligion."
;. Friday F.r.-t Methodist ( hcrcli.
v Rev. A. E Owens and Rev. 11 R.
Spencer; subjer*. "The Church
! Awakened by the Call For Workers.'
t STATE’S ATTY. MUNROE
i TO QUALIFY MONDAY
.
.! .no M Muut'oe. of Annapolis.
State's \ttorney-elect for Anne \run
j d, ! County, will appear 1 more Judge
. Robert Moss in the Circuit ( oar: an 1
take the oath of office. Mr. Aluamm
. who Is a Republican, was tie <* 1 ..
the late November election, Ho will
t succeed Nicholas H. Croon, who has
r served three terms or 12 years in
\ that office, and who opposed .Mr. .Man
roe in the election.
TO PREACH HIS FIRST
SERMON IN CHAPEL
Rev. Sydney K Evans, for .-ever .1
years senior Chaplain of the Naval
' Academy, left Annapolis yesterday,
having keen transferred to a sea as
signment. He goes to the battleship
Utah of the Atlantic Meet, of which
’ lie was the "sky pilot" before coming
to Annapolis Succeeding him it
Chaplain Bower R Patrick, who . r
rived yesterday \ will preach. Hi
1 initial sermon at the Chapel cere
' monies on Sunday morning
Chaplain Evans expects to spend a
Ifew days in Washington before as
suming his nevz duties.
Oyster Supper
(liven by •*
CAMP No. 40, PATRIOTIC ORDER
A MKEICANS
TUES 1) \ Y AX i > WE! >X ES DAY.
January 6th ami 7th
AT STATE ARMORY
Admission and Supj f . . . Cents.
Supper served from fit HO
to 10 P. M.
Important!
*
.
Highest (.ash Prices
Paid for
Muskrat Hides
$3. 25
BISI PRICKS for Minks. Red
Fox, Racoons, Opossums, Beet j
Hides, Hors, Hides, Ntc.
See Me Re fore Selling
Annapolis Iron and Metal C
D. klawansky
jS C ITY DOCK
Notice!
Taking load to Baltimore in 1' j
ton truck daily. I will be s..lad t<
briny return load at a reasonable
price. Phone IS<K!-Fb
j:. * RAYMOND HUNGERS.
i :
.-4, i
A. W. SHARPE
*
Optician
136 Main Street
ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND.
i-■ v*-
THE MARYLAND GAZETTE.
ANN'Al'f * LIS. i \ i ‘ K t .\ 4 . .1 A.'. U ARY A IfV-k
ABM. lELLICOE'S FLANS
Indisposition Of Lady Jeliicoe
Interferes With Entertainment
COMING HERE TUESDAY
Ah. ; rt.l Vi-eou’ii ,(• ..- . z . \ :
.the N.vv.il At .-'etuy uti Tit. -j :
his piat.s d.) a.:
pa rt ur. ft un (t. tu .-. . . ; , . , :1
V- > It). ■ ; •>. . :• i
' itl a: Eli,' J • ! ’ He 1 t O
r ’ : Timrsduy. a- i i ' ,t<-;; , s
t -ok 1 m s til" f r k • ■ , i _\, %v
> > rd.iv on : ' '..;r •
kb >::: 1 Vl-rount 1 ,ie ,r 1
Lad.’ J'd.h iii* were ;.i U • \ ’ ;
R.'tir A liniru 1 a; 1 Y. V, ij s
Sims' Thiit-.luy in V-ivirt. ;• ; rii
and Mr- Sims had arran I :■ ’. ,r -
o■ . ptk.’i i her. ,y a.,' . :..,.,n..' fur r ; ,-
!.- .':>•• il> hi- r | gU* ' . - \ -. ’ ' i :
to i canci’-lle-i -
it i •• i. iiy ;i., .
''it" ' - ' ’h<- dtsonguisl.-- I U ig
i .1 '> \l J • . . : | j.;. ve
: -t •* .' ■ r- it...i nr..'. H dmir.il Sims
an * A .ln ir.il Jellit m* \-. • m 'n
i la r in Ear p. n t.-r
--diir,i. • war
Admizal Jellitac an l !:’ ■ st-f,‘ ;,i-.•
c\ pi c:ed to a rt. ve in W, •, .. t,m
<i a: riavv . : rm-nn an i to \ e
of the y.ivy Ucji irunm-i f.i.
* • h 'tir 1 .. '. in,, ii r • Tu .E
- it. i. a 'fur I! ivaim. ( ,:i a. \ u-r •
tiit y w 11 > tu. ark at; : 1 • . ; t - i-r;:..-
•r No.. Z*’.-.l.iiid t" iv.urn t > i.m -
latid.
! f J r -n: ]k ns a. t, . vi : nu<.
;Im> admiral will dine e tli Rrit.-i;
End assy Sunylay ('.• *. i,, t.,i 'dun-,
i.ay he w.ll pay formal Dm en Vice-
Pre.-idetit aiaislmll, S.- -;.- ary of
State Latt atid Sn n- ary .••' :.-e
Navy Daniel I.he will \ :t;
navy yard an i gi-n fae. r. J't.r
the nftcrueon lie will v th. ta
-1 vary of Congr ss and th * -uata 1
House galierio- : a o'clock he will
have tea with Assistant sc of
the Na vy R-.i.isi-.yclt, a.it.l tlmt i.t. lit
In* will dim* wit!; the seci-e-o; I.
Na vy ..ml }'i r.- 11 -.r.i ' . af.t-r v. >h h
ha wiil hold a ru p:; m ,r , lie r
(fence Cii tiie Secret ary. On Tu.es lay
he will \.s., tl;e Naval Hca'iemy. thi
COUNTING I m
' r;AB BEGUN HERE FOR
DECENNIAL CENSUS
ie v i.t oi -of tile fourteenth I*.
c i.niti! < im-’i- started turning in An
n. i" ’is rt-sterday and i t: U Sain is
■gain on the iol>. the same old job of
every ten y. of counting noses of
his flit (too mi(| n'i-.'S and jiaDhe-.v
i’ernt.ps t.c a’lse it is i.•:<!* Yt- r. the
; n.-tr "n.’ircfat rs for Aft nap: ..is ar.
women. These v,ho hav > been ap
jv'int' -l to omtr U’ no- of the ‘ 'tut
hy the Wcvern. and ;- k "How old .-
An; i?' are Miss hlagge 1.-itch .ml
Mis; .Margaret Moss, da ’ .it r m C. (
Mr of t’i : s ci y.
The work of the cutttncrr or. in
citi s will he i :imilct-’*d in aj;].iro\'-
m; v 1;. t ,vo w eal.s. wh:l<* in ':’ * rural
distnets a month will !e require!
Tile fat’s’ i .i;;,;i r *' on th ’• * r*. 1 i os:
of the Faurtrer.’h <' rt-am i; S_ .7.-
(let). Th: hoi,:;; - r. it -ml) t:.•• < • t of
enuuKra’i.'u. which is merely the be
ginning <•; ’h • work of the Census Pu
rr hut :a ■ i ■ ; nt t tig in
fornta.t ion received trot.: t r,<- • .000
t numera .ers.
The general results -f th * censu
wil lie made public next f.V T'nc in
dividual questions and n:iwcrs a:
n n vtr divulged to anyone but th ist
who han lk* tiietn in the <\ n.-M> fk;-
reau.
The q'.’.f tions which wil! 1 ■ a-hod
at * very house visit, *1 would * rn t
put Uncle Sav; in a class with the fe
lt ak* of the species when it C imes u
cur. but there is a g 1 re..sort
behind or. i one. t on.
BISHOP OF MARYLAND
TO CONFIRM CLASS
The Pi.-hop cf Marylanl wifi visit
St. Anne's Chur h and a*'m '..i.-?er thr
Rite of (*ou;irmat:rn -’.j Ma' -b !•* It.
striti • v pmi ,t tratory • > - \ .sir
lii. ' m rr :.v ~, t. hi thv- Ur ’'•
OC 07 £ ? £0 ftv ?<!- 7"?* v i V v.'-fi ££ 7* - vOCOoa
%
Maryland Avenue M. E. Church
> EMMETTE R. SPENCER. S. T. 8.. Pastor
e
Corner Marvland Avenue and Prince George Street *
a " ' ?.
O - h
tomorrow s s;:rvkt:s <>
r O
o 10:00 A. M Sunday School 0
t> 11 mi \ \j v 11 •.: y O.inmuiiiou
t> -j-j. y : 0 l'.;\v(.rth league *
s [• y Subject. “The ar iA\ a'sened Uy New opportunity O
o MA'IVU.N!' AVIATE WISIII'.S Yo! \ Ul.nsSKit M W V! Alt.
TAKEN rfiOM WINDOWS
OF BURNING HOUSE
V. i t.. ■* - a.a. • l . ai ;!;,*
- i m i ,t : iig oh
j :*’ ;> fr.-’ i tin wnt w - : a
da; •• r ~f : a j ry. !:.>.* • adore i ;• r- •
’’ • I ■ ' ■ . .he tu - c.
V ■ar I. i i->. i' o: 1 . ati.om’d iic
deaicr. wii w.tb famtly. lived in
tin* dwelling h ms, at > > 7 Fratik
i street v. ’.civ lire i rokc out at 1
o'cloik ;;i:- -ruing V g rmr.il
..Mam t , ' . - - ’■*.,* 1 .mi
V-: 111; 1 .** J ■ 1 .
n I. ”b ’’ m 1 : in * tit dig
i i w in.: it . . i. | . .
.*’• cz.in.g . g. i ii,-
w .tile.
Black w . v ,ii 'id. an 1
’ ” Other , ' ; - i W ,••;.< a Who i. . . 1
; n tin* ho;:. -, w ♦ r-• tab; a t ,’mu sea. -nd
>;*> w inn v - aii 1 u'i,ii • i tit,: site
’ \ of in,- •’.*•: 1 y ;!, lire laddies of
Water Wit; h H > *:x ..ml Ladder
( imp.i . 'i ita t ask v is no e*a >’ om
'-. ac.rntuple- !; cii u: .-
: a ;ut*s
’1 :; (ia!i - ! dv • ’ I ;/-rflv s ; i
, Abe t■ - i.. . t.n- ] ; ~ •.; i
.: • tag.- -n1: i tigs; f .a;
t: r V. ka !: V. *!> ■’ o ; 1..
•: . a. ; V. , or. T:>.> ar •
e .a .* 1. rm t ■ ■ ea ' '
v .• *-;.;:* 1 a. n .-r , i.. dr.
1 1 ia da. v ha i a fully t• . r, 11 y
it iranc,
PROF. SMITH’S LECTURE
ON BOOK REVELATION
I 'i’ll' (' '• tj ain ■■’ •’i il -ad of i .
D-".art ment of Et;g! • l 'a - Na val
A ■ 'mm. who It;- ’ •• :i e '• v- rng .
r ->* ■ : !•••; :ttv it '. * 1! l-I .v.h i '
__ a . eil ag; .J . Oi . 'll ’r .-
it ' ff •!• d uiv; u.! in ”u- e-:i on
i 1 •Bo k - : ■ae Ip ia and tm* ,laan I
e’*rae,.- of tlmir wri’ri' •’. will g.ve an
a tomorrow nnirniiiK ;t: B
o' H ; -111 (he Bool; of Reve!:>* ; m.
'i i-s the last Book in the B
*. ’ wil pn .-*1 .Id” la- ■ las: la. ta >
in 'm c• *(:i. ■ Tin jf ’- promt
■ • bo om* . : etr: u.ai tm ■: e -t. as the
R b of R- vcl.it i m of pc.cuiittr in
’ t. ■ • ; to all Bible -tudents.
Tomorrow'.- lecture unit be Hu* tenth
n the course of B ob- studies, the
ab.-, having be n. re p*** Evely. " Tin*
;Ia •• i w holef "" he lafe of
| Ckri ">ia;Br ,v"; "Mark": " tk*";
i "J- bn"; “Tin* Acts": ' Paul ': "S',
j J. :. . -p" and t .nH.rrow tlu- ? ulijcct will
’ ’ 'iicve’a; ;• •)." The h-cture i- et 1•
a a : ' the l’rc bvter *u Chureip
I'- ' ~
< \.mi> ib\j’o;/i
M \. \ . a i \ U Y
I'iie gr.at palm -1 r
R ads your pdiu like :.1 (live -
\ -a -l.ition 1 ct'oj'e haw ing
tlie camp. y>
i Dance
1 c:\* by
CAMP No t" i’AT ,! - )TN ’
j A 'EE I PANS
January 6, 17.?0
% AT STATE ARM' .’EY
M ■ do by Prof Seiireyer s Ore lie-ira
D;;:. Big lion; 8:CO to 11 1
CNMTi'.-EMFN. tk'.c.; I .ADI F.r.. J'.c
Notice of Closing!
At ■■ Sto". tii be cl- >s< d Mi d:
lav. ie.H.'iafV o', it, 1 btiCl’ I.'
,\I. si arc-suit of Ntoc'.t'ibi’tm.
Ti. i ; . Kiv I Dip SjOEE.
I .!*.*. ;.'d Jew 11. I’r-d’tf ir.
lid .Ua.iii Stn.vt. }■>
NOTICE-----TRAPPERS
Vi; ] ;y you
$3.00 Each
FOR GOOD MUSKRAT
HIDES
ii -livert 1 : : store.
. MR. APPLES!INK
13 West St. Ann Md
Also good r-ricf.s for alt furs,
j - .'-gent for l,bei I'e. ;; T m : *.
WEIS ID DRYS INVITED
Loss Of Many Lives From Wood
Alcohol. Basis Of Talk
AT FIRST M. E. CHURCH
'I 'll' loss '|> many !:x < s i';i
i'll! >:n. s Jav from wm l a I col'd'.,
.- the basis tor a d:sci>.dui at
r a : Mcihodis: Hpiscopal Church.
S'.r<‘ Circle. tomorrow niftht a! "
o'clock, l.y tin 1 pastor, Kc\ II \V
lUirKun.
’i ■ lienor adxMcates are ivm; •.
\\h ' has Ihe jirohibllhu to ;>
no * <‘!n> prohibition:-- I -els *• *
’■ ha ■ s h ::.c ! say an ! ’..a i
a.x .-ax 1; m a fair. fran.-, i-.imi a 1
lull posit ivo xx a> M< ! . '!i "x.
and “dry v • arc cord:;'by invitc-l ' > *
at!. '..1
la iho ’in a; the first c.-a
'lUi'iion - nn, f,ir I.2'i all ilie ymini
ihc-t r ;!it ir t••on tutes 'sill
MiMmiinc toyedier This i> done s.'
:in ■ hasi/e rh * importance of yotrii:
in ):*• church of Christ Tin
scr. icc xxi!l It* a t !! o'clock, and will
he ,l’Os t : HI) \ < t' • r service -
a■; • I'. day a 11 • n.-eal lain is : P-iHc
•-..1. h> ... a : !!ic,,.ir: ’a la i■ ■ • i.■
I‘. Ii! I '•' r. Vi .< in I i! c- lair
y ;n\ It . :o xvor.-:iip xx Mii u- !o
Il'C ' . IV, .
.• a r . I" rd U- yo :.i har h.
IT IST SESSION OF
1320 BIBLE CLASS
The fit’s! sci a of the Hr >’ i.criio i 1
Hit e Cia-s for llC'd will he held tie
'far tt, a •;!.* a’ !0 o clock i;t [' i r !
oid i';i:.cii:>al 'March, h'l.iti
italic I'll,, i! i - : • s' dily ro .villa
i ha :t t•; hS| irv f :e :> six t ,>ir
• t :I 1 : in c:i .<ii in.'!:' ;n ih
<>' i muni*, l •• fii I i; a are in:
’.l ■ a' id :I wi:!>; no -j,■. , ; . . , .a
ir. ;•: 1 i!y r.vt! -d :> rp v! n ii •a;
XX Cl !1; . • ,' a.Vs, :’I (Cl !h, hr • Sail
a. V ill he • i . ; •!’ Yo.t Il'C X. . C
111 ( 'lime (Mice, wild X 111!, like others,
•all come regularly. I■;•tme mlO a
m. The place is Fir ! Me ho,! :
Church, State Circle.
\ Sit Li r < leriryi.i u;
:he TT< ' y teri i a Chu: h i mior
r >\. evening h- ;r 'aclier xx '1 i i.c tin
!•' Frank \\'oo.C, !i 1.. p-. t of the
Se'erna l’ark .rt -)>: ■• • i'.an <’hnr< h.
! a Wood; ; no stran:*,. r .> Anna
p k-t T’re-'liX:cfiuiis, ha\ins irc.ichc!l
it ,*■ <ai fori,o r occa ~i in*--.
“The Dry Christmas I ragedy
M.W'Y PERSONS AIK I i\' )M \\ < '•< )i) NLCoIiOL.
IK>\\ \ i-Knij | !;iTlo.\ IST KELLS Mini! 11.
Suheiel < f * t-nmui at
First* Methodist Episcopal Church
Slate Circle
l'y the Pastor H. W. BUKGAN. I). D.
I omorrow Night -- 8 O’Clock
! f ‘r> ;li i 5 >l l a a f -.lim ’An- tar." Will ( ei t,‘. e.te >i:
. I)<•rW; i; ■• n Staml f Is it jr-jiahtr It m>, vAtii \v 1 1 r>.i i . \ >
the \ ) ft lilt to- > a p/u < t<* pa\ ?If >. t . hia
A Irani-;, ' pen. di-en -■ ’ <>i all these qm the, .
\c< >i<i>i \n w i.i.t < .\j i: aw \n s \(>i \
MKST( IICKC II W ISH lIS YOU A HAPPY NEW Y!
A Prosperous and
Happy A r cw 7 'car
To All of Our Patrons
A Bank that is strong enough
and liberal enough to care for
its patrons at all times
i
ESTABLISHED IN 1805

► !
► '
Gross Assets Over $2,700,000.00
4 Per Cent Interest on Savings Accounts
*
> ■'
jj; The Farmers National Bank
IP Of Annapolis, Maryland
3 !l
?li r- /
\
Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy tenioht
and Sunday; probably
“ snow: not quite so cold.
THK IVESING CAPITA Ii—EBTAB 1.18 Ft I.l* tMa
BRICE T\V< > CENTS.
IMPORTANT ISSUES
OF CITY CUTER
WIDELY UISCUSBFO
Cent mis .ion Wo u1 il Place W atcr
Coirq any Under Control O:
Council, Annex Has!;- • t A rut
Germantown And Cut Off
From County
VOTE FOR WOMEN CTd
A N NEX A T ION PROJ EC T
V, h a' ecu ,fthe ixx dry ;ne: ii> •
.■ i• !.I ('t;\ ■c ■ irtcr C.crta;
in .. : cii 1.. ilex 1 ,1 hat hod v pr di.i'
ru id" he! ter proyn ss at t! - :a a
held la : night. liiati h - hcen i
pit dir 1 al anx of *iic nice : m
have p*cue before Tllia e ,■
!lit : a", . i!..,t xx '!! he ms. hid i
pri.ei d icy Mat ion to he
at the i o'ir it- - ■ ion of ;h- ’
■i. oi l !.M'l. up for i in . do,
an I tx do i p! >; m: ctd. i ■ > •
Tie * , . tii •tju* s’ ion
, !l>n C tic u ’ <i .it-.
. n ct... i \ \. •-i
la . 1 y ; li.H tiiy 'h • ■ pc, i-n.ii e ,
Co; j d’ation cii; :r !> ot.d r
of the .M i y >r .. ed Ciix t’o-ne
propo ilidi t r t iic r
from Jhe i minty n: acl
and stihsMin e of (lie a. ;i"i
eacd) instance, xvas as folio.'
Am .'.ation Nfter d. . a- c.
pus .ip of minor mot lot . 1 lie i
on x • n; on re< ord liy ;t .
vote a fa r.,r tip the ar.P ’•* ’
F.t ' pie . an i <o , . at'. ix\ :* 1
a : in. W . A ntci p>i - ’i
x’ . ■ ]>: c i ih it the i i
i. ;; i • o ihe rep st ral
txxo f name i < ••'mtnuni:
non-t i id etc *i waver.', ini hi . :•
no n. ov .ail'; j rop i’ty xx iih 1 n ■
r..o’’y proposed to he annexed (■;
If:; ti be laid do ,\ n later -ha i i •
It.iii :i voice in *. ot ir.it to d d'
issue.
Water F. !l \ dta.ft of a pro
' ill .. - drawn l.y .Major HntUi 11. ltd. .
(Ole of I In- rid'i.l members
l'-.. dm n. * ‘-ul.null* d xx !ih i
eluded two proiiosis ions, one a ep :
(Continued <oi I’ico Fn >•

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