MURTOA . Music Cl~b -"Elects- 0 fiers. `t the ninual meetini of the Muri ftot u Music CluOb the .followinig oflisee hearer'. -eore,, appointed; - In .ideBH \fr V; labl, ; v'ice preident I IM PCtering; sercet ary, 'Mr :N' " 1mbl' treasurer Mr... Higgi'n; c?icmift~e, tle foregoinig oflioersi and M : is'ines :EF ty; Peotriug,'S 1R.' Lanb,". -? iPain t'i W. B..Gow; tisses ' . If nilon and Gaws ith, press correspondent, "T. Lamb Att li -'pril n'nweting it p1 hoped tliat thie biorshin Music Club will provide thl pregreinmn. " New Minister Welcomed. There was a large attendance at the Murtoa Church of England, when the Rev. F. H. Symonds was instituted to the parish of Murtoa by the Venerable Archdeacon Best. The address was given by the Rev. N. S. Fettell, Rural Dean of Stawell. There were clergy present from all parts of the rural deanery. After the ceremony the peo ple adjourned to the parish hall where various speakers representing the clergy and vestry welcomed the new vicar to the district. After a re sponse by the vicar, Mrs. Symonds was presented with a bouquet of flowers by Miss Sudholz.