- xnere was nign juüuee at tne upera ouse on Sunday afteruoon last, every seat ove and below beiug filled. Seven Methost ministers, Revs. Smart, Fox, Pardington, 'arker, Allen, Hamilton, and Chaplain Moabe gave short and stirring addresses. The nging by Chaplain McCabe and Mr. and rs. Wilson (the latter being a sister of the te P. P. Bliss so well known ia Sunday chool circles as a musical author and singer) as the feature of the atternoon, and held the ulience through a session lasting over three iour8. Thirty-seven men tied on the red bbon, and twenty-ei.ht ladies the white bbon. - At the Business meeting of the Reform lub held on Wednesday eveiung B. F. Watts was etected Treasurer, vice Jumes Le Van, resigned, - Henry C. Wuldrou will addresa the Reform Club next Sunday atternoon at the Oera House. - R. E Frazer, Esq., made a temperance speech at Manchester last Suoday.