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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

BOOTS & SHOES. J«B8 6. M 9 E a 5 8 BEGS to annouuco that in order to MAKE ROOM for his largely INCREASING BOOT TRADE, and for tlio convonicuco of his numerous patrons, He lias removed his Boot Stock to the Mart, Which is now boing FITTED UP with EVERY FACILITY for doing Business, and for tho COMFORT of CUSTOMERS. The Stock of Boots and Shoes Has just beou THOROUGHLY SORTED UP, and some speoinlly NICE GOODS in LADIES', G NTL MEN'S, & CHILDREN'S IIAVE JUST BEEN SECURED. ' The Mart in future will be Open Daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., AND ON SATURDAYS FROM 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. ■■ 879

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Metropolitan Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

Metropolitan Gossip. (I'ttOM OUIl COHMISPONDHNT " Cl.MU.") Ouit trams have boon somotimca compared to tho cars of .laugornaut that were purposely invented for the wholesale destruction .of -human life. " Now, al though our most convenient mode ot locomotion lias been the death of many, the fault has in a largo ma jority or eases has I icon the victim's own, and not chargeable to trams or their conductors. So long as people will get tipaoy and thon fall about , they will run iho risk o£ being killed or severely injured by vehicles of every description. Of courao tho trams nre most fatal in thoir action, bjing so swift and heavy; but there is soarcoly a day passes that some accident does not occur in our crowded thorough fares. The poor old dame who died thootherdayin tho ■infirmary from the olTects of broken logs and ribs cause:! by a tram running over her, was intoxicated when the disaster overtook lior. It is sad to think ;that people will bo so silly us to got top-ljoavy, but .it ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

\YKSLEYAN DISTRICT MliUmU Tjie Goulburn district ■ comniittoo commcnced its annual pes^ions in tho lecturu-lmll, Gold.-iniith.Mti'cot; on Tuesday, 21st October, at ton turn, ' The follow* ministers and probationers wore present:—llovs. K, •Scllors, aliainuan of Iho district; 1°. Tai't, C, Old en, T.- It. MoMichnol, J. \Y. Mooro, 0. A.- llucw. T. Northcote, \V. II. Ball, B.A., Thomas l'arkor, and Joseph Parker. . The meeting was commenced by singing the JSlh li.vinn, after which the l!ev. 0. 01 Ion real a poriion of scripture, anil: prayer was ciltored by the Uovs. l'\ Tait and C. Olden. The Rev. (J. Olden was clected secretary, and tho Uov. G. A. Hcevo was clectcd by hitn as his assist ant. Tbe Hcv. T. P. McMichaol was appointed .Sunday school secretary for the district, ami the lies'. J. W, Mooru reporter to the press. It was arranged tl'.it iho candidate for I he minis, try, Mr. S. Upton of iho Ya^-s circuit, should preach n trial sermon an Thursday morningat seven o'clock, tho fo...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES. Pitocni::>8 of Presbyterian concert at Mittagong last L'l-iiln.v, ,tl(! lis. (11. 1 , Oaki.anus (Mittagong) Cricket Club defeated JJow ral in the match lust Saturday by 5 runs. Tf.niikus for tlic erection of a now lVesbytovian Church nt Mitlagoi];,' closc on I''ii lay next, Oua report of the cohort nt JliltngonK las' Friday is unavoidably held ovur till Salnr. lily's issue. : Tub Orientals ((ioulburn) defeated the Moss Vale Cricket 01 lib hiHt Saturday nt Ootilbiini by soveinl runs. ,.-,Ouii prize essay on f Tho host way to open the • liowral School of: Arts" will appear in Saturday's ■ issue. TiiKitK was no mrcting of tho Moss Vale Debuting Society last Friday evening owing to the want of n quorum, Wis hear Hint another big land sale will take placc at Jlittagong shortly. Tho lots are now being surveyed and pegged out. Tim first meeting of the Uowral Literary and Debating Society .will bo held to-morrow evening. Business, a conversazione on a small scale. Bowmii...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Our Pastime Column. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

Our Pastime Column. 1. DOUHWi ACROSTIC.—Hy " Flora," JJnnflu nooii. . ■ 1. A root-. 2. A iiity of Portugal. I!. A graceful tin1. • J. A stream of water. fi. A city of .Hgypt. (i, Growing out on tho Hide. Tho primnls nnd linals road downward of tlio fore going will give.the inline of a picturesque town oil tho southern railway. Tlio solution to this acrostic will bo pnbli»lied in next Wednesday's Free Press. Tho tianio or nom do ])lumo of anyone who worltH it out. aorrcctly, and wlm may forward -tho sanio to tho editor, will bo acknowledged in the sumo ieauo. 2.: ANAGIVAM.-By " l'lom." Low Imr. Answer given in noxl Wednesday's issue. a.- SQUAltK WORD.—By '• Flora." 11 0 M 13 OWEN M 13 A I) 13 N D S Kachword reads two ways.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

■ II. -■ ... —- ^ Another case of small pox is repotted in Sydney. Mr. Andrew' Lynch, M.L.A., is dead.; aged 65 years. Parliament wan prorogued last Saturday altornBon by his Excellency the Governor in person. I A statement is published which shpiws a loss, of | nearly ii700 during the last two (jiwtei'sin the pub" I lication of the War Cry. I A disgraceful scene oecured at tho Young Borough i Council last Thursday night.i Aldeiman GVuufiold' called Alderman Hcaley a lia'r. llealeyreplied i with n. " bnak-honder" on Crarifield's mouth. A i struggle ensued, and the Council iidjourned. The Suddenness of Deaths.—"While the aphorism that in the midst of life wo arc in death in dicates the unexpectedness of the grim, of late the abrupt termin ation of human life is something simply appalling. The reasons are obvious. We either neglect to ton ify the system, or over exile it by phlogistic draughts. A generous use of Wolfe's. Schnapps will impart strength while notnndnly stimulatim? the or...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

(OB!It. 1'ItIZIv STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; ou» Undying Lovk. ADA (i 0 L I) S I! Y. (WttlT'i'HN KXPltEBBIA* 1'OU THK JJoWUAL l-'ilKli PlllCSS.) OIIAPTTiK I. ' Is ono of tho quiet suburbs of llio great metropolis of TCngland llicrc resided ill thy time my story opens n widow naniod Mrs. Gin land nnt\ hor only daughter, n handsome girl 'of about sevontocn summers, who possessed the sweet nnmo of ]2thol. Mis. Garland's husband, who waB nn enfiiuoov by > trade, was cm ployed for many years ns ovorscorin tho ostablis'imont of ono of llio largo engineering firms in London. Two jqius ntloi; Hu marriaga ho will accidentally killed by nn explosion whilst (it work. At tho time of her father's death Ethol whs only thirteen months old. Mr. (Inrliuul was a'niuch-rospccto.l and industrious in nil of frngnl hqjuts, who spent as. much ns possible of his spaio tiino (it hpnio baskviifj-'in tho sunshine of his beautiful ami derotc<\ wife, nm\ assisting in making homo what a fond husband and...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BERRIMA POLICE COURT. Tuesday Nov. 4. Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire P.M. WOUNDING WITH INTENT TO MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

HK11R1MA J'OMCE CO U JIT. Tuesday Nov. -1. . Before Mr. 1"VR, • Wilshirc-lVW. WoUNMXfl WtTJt INTKNT .TO MuiUHi] William Woods was chargod with .'having at Mary Vale, near Bownil, on Monday, 8rd instantj wounds I liis wife, by shooting her in the neck, with intent to muv.lpi', The prisonor who appeared somewhat dejeote.l, was undefended. Scnior-sjrgennt Latimer deposed: From i lforma tion I received yesterday evening I proceeded to tho ■residence of the prisoner now before the court; I ar rived at the house about sevon o'clock; I saw prisoner there; as spon as I arrived ho pointed out to mo a apat in a slcillion-bedroom paying " the gun was standing there; my wife went to pull it out and it went off in her band and shot licr;" prisoner said he picked his wife up and was with her for about an hour, no one being present but his littlo son Bill, who is about three years of ago ; I examined some ■slabs outside the room after be showed me where the gun was standing j I found about four fe...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Facts, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

Facts, fun,: and Fancy. Men who hate long sentences—criminals. The statistics ■ of a pilysioian, recently published, show that dark-hairod women haven much better chance of getting married than thosa who possess fail' hair. No Irishman ever uttered t> better bull than did an iionost John, who, bqing aske i hy if friend, • " Has your sister got a sou or a daughter ?" replied, " Upon my word, 1 don't know whether I am a. undo or an aunt." The Adelong Miner says that tho mining outlook, as regards Adelong and its vicinity, is, at the piesent time one which does not exhibit many favourable aspects, nor hold ant much cncoinugeiuent for the future. ' : By actual count, Dr. Wilson, of England,, has found the hairs on a square inch in a fairly-covered head to number 10613, from which he estimates that the whole head must have 27,920.. He thinks; that some heads might havo 150,000 hairs. . A slatuo of William Tyndale,. tho martyr, who was burned at tlio stake, at Vilvoordcn, in tlio year ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

To Advertisers. A S the liowrnl Free Ttess is now published twice x\. ft week we beg to inform our .palrons that Wednesday's issue is equallv as good an advertising medium as Saturday's, the circulation on botii days being the snme. Persons forwarding ndvciticonients should notify if they nro to boinsciicd only once a week. Advcrtisa ineiUs not marked will be inserted in the issue suceod-. irig their receipt by us. - ; . , V f : " - All business or standing advertisements will lie inserted twice a week for one half jnore than is charged for their insertion onco a week.: , ^ The amalgamation of Intelligence wi'h the Free Press eusures for (lie latter po^e.1 a larger circulation than it previously enjoyed. This, combined with the fact of its publication twice a week, ; which will speedily. lead to its grcatly-inerciiFoJ "circulation, siionld ue a sulliciont inducement to business people throughout the lierrium district to advertise in the IJowritl Frco Press. • . ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER NEAR BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

ATTEMPTED WIFE M1JKDER NEAR BOWRAL. Tub greatest cxoitnmenl prov'ailedin town on Mon day night last and albday yesterday consquenton tho spread o[ intelligence that Mr. /William Woods, farmor, of Mary Yale, about three miles from How ml, had, at about five o'clock on Monday evening, attempted to murder his wife by shooting lier. Tho first intimation of the sad occurrence was received in Uownil jvbout half-past six o'clock, when' a man name! Saul Jones, an employee of Mr. Wood's, ar rived in town on a galloping horse and called at tho . Commercial - Hotel and- informed •• Mr. llicc of1. what had taken place. Senior-sergeant Latimer, who was veturning to Borrima from the Mittagong police court, and who was taking lunch at tho Commere'al Hotel at ilie time, was likewise informed of the oc' onrrenae by the man Jones who then proceeded to the residence of Dr. Jo.ies, who was unablo just then to go to Mary Yale; consequently tho man went on to -Mittogong for- Dr.* Mi Idlcton who proceeded...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

C. SHAW, GUNlSIIAfc GllOCEU, DllAVKU, IltftNMOJWEIt, &<?., Bong Boag-street, BOW1UL. 2 BOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM, ' MaIN-SII'UKET, Mittaoono. ; W. HUDSPETH, WlOPIlIETOll. LIi descriptions of Hoots and Shoes always on . lmud at Sydney prices* Impairs neatly ami promptly executed; new elastic put in old boots c^nnl to the original. •! A. RITTEE, Faintkr, OjiainbjijDuqoiiatuii, <Sc., &c., Argyle-slreet, MOSS VALI3, and Hong Bong-streot, BOWltAL. faperhangings, Oils, Varnishes, 'Dolors, etc., &c. Always an hand. All ordors promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. J. S. HYAMS, PitACTICAT, WaTCIIHAKHU AND JkWISIiLEU, 'Argyle-street (nearly opposite XU I£. Hall's), MOSS VALE, And Bong Bong-strcet, BowrnL ■' Alt kinds of repairs neatly and promp tly exflcutod. "14TE. IIYAMS .will, visit Bowral every Thursday -LY1. afternoon, and may bo seen; at the oflice of the Free Press. ■All favors left at tliis ollice during" the week will bo d...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1884. OUR NEW DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

Cljc goforal J[m|)vcss. Do as adversaries do in law, - r . ' Strive miyhtHy, but eat and drink as frien.ii WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1884. OUR NUW DEPARTURE. Wk have much plenpure in informing our patrons and the public of ihe B.-rrima district that wo have de rided for the future to publish the Bowrul Free l'rcss twice n week—on Wednesdays and Saturdays—in ; stead of once a week as heretofore. • ■ We fuel coniident thatour decision in this rospeot ■will meet the approval of our oonatituenls, especially when we explain-the basis on whiolt our new depar ture is intended to bo established. •' •• We have resolved, after the full st ami most care ful consideration, to dincontinuo the publication of our newly established journal, " Intelligence"; or, perhaps it would be more correct to siy, wc have de cided lo discontinue the publication of our Wed lies lay's paper under the name'of Intelligence. ' Alter the lhtnf Hanuary "next; Wednesday's issue, of the Bowral Free Press will bo (lie same ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE ROBERTSON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

THE ItQBERl^O^JUILWAY. A MHETixn of the friend^-Ymd supporters of Mr. JIo Court; M.L.A., was heju Jti^thc*' oddfellow's hall, i- Moss i Vale, on Snturc&y.-wprfins last to express ap proval at his action irropposiug in his plage in mr, linmcnt the proposed railway from Bowral to liob ertHori. About 150 persons were present, • Mv.,'C. L. Nicholson was voted to tl\e chair and in a brief speech explained the objeofc of the vneetinj,'. Mr. H. Taylor moved—"That the action of Mr. JIc cJourt: ill opposing the Bowral-Bobertson railway ■ueets with the approval or this meeting." He said hat Mr. MeCourt's action in tliis matter was highly aoinmenrlabie, as by ailing in the manner he had .lone he had defeated the action of certain land-job uol'H who were simply supporting this railway to auit their own interests, and thereby isolating the majority of the furmer.i of a large district. ,i Mr. John Ilanralmn seconded tlio motion, staling (hat lie lirul been one of the lii'st promoters of t...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

B1UTISII AND FOREIGN' BIBLE SOCIETY. TO Till'' KDITOIt OV 1JIJ8 ItJWlUTi TltlilE PURRS* Sin,—I notice by tlio last issue of Uio Vivo IVois Hint n;mooting will bo held in tho suhoul of nits on Wo Inesduy in connection with tho llowral Jtvanch ofllw 15ritish and Foreign ISihlo Society. 1'in t of the business of that meeting will bo to u!o:'t oiliirrs an.l committee for tho ensuing year. It is to l:o hoped that tho lotiring committed will not bo ijullty of tho imUscrolion of which previous committees havo boon guilty, vi»., of selecting ollic:'i'.s and com mittee anil then coining to the public nicotine nnl having these persons electod to tho exclusion of—it may bo—persons who would tliiow soino energy into tlxo work. Oil previous occasions persons have been elcatod who did not tako sutlioient interest in tho matter to attend the mooting. And somo have been olectod who were not subscribers: but in ovory onso this may not liave been their fault, as they might not have been asked far a s...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

MITTAGOXci POLICE COUJtT. . Saturday, November 1, ))KFOBR>Mr. Childs, J.P.. JaiiwHHartley, wrested .by wan-ant at Mitlagong l>y Constable AVators, was charged with- disobeying ji summons issued by the Wollongong bench. Prisoner was remanded to Wollongong. • , John Winkle, for a similar offence, was likewise, remanded to Wollongong. Winkle was arrested at,' Joadja Creek by Constablcltogers of Moss Vale. r '

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BUSINESS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

BUSINESS NOTES. W'f. are advised of various ■ business ohanges that are ^impending in Bowral and Mittuuong, Mr. Tlios. Vilcs, saddler,. of Mittagong, intends, wo hei\r, establishing biiRiness in .Bowrnl. in Mr. Os vborne's shop. He will ajso continue his business at •Mittagong.—Mr. C. Prior, saildlor, of Bowral, pur poses establishing a branch of his business at Mit tagong.—As will be seen by advertisement elsewhere Mr: J. G. Monis lias opened n boot and shoo ware house at his auction mart where he lias on exhibi tion ;an immense assortment o,f boots anil shoes.— We understand that Mr. \Y. H. Riley has ltt his other; and larger, shop to Mr. Moore, of Sydney, whointonds opening the samo nsa' hoot and shoo warehouse.—Mr. Saveall is erecting ft blacksmith's shop in Bong Bong-street, Bowral, which he intends .to '■ opon when completed.—Mrs. McGlynn, store • keeper, at Mittagong, expecls to remove to her new shop'early in December. It is being created on an i allotment nearly opposite Mr...

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FALL OF KHARTOUM. LONDON, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

FALL OF KIIAri'UlIlH. London, Nov. il. This IChedivo of Egypt has telegraphed to her Ma jesty the Queen tlio inlolliRonco that KhiiHuiun has fallen, and that General Gor ton iaa prisoner in the hands of the robe's. The Daily News to-day publishes a telegram from its own.correspondent in liK/Pt eonfirmiiif; the in tollif,'cnoo previously sent by Sir Charles Wilson, that General Gordon had successfully rupulso I the attack of a large bo ly of tlio Maluli's followors near Kharfo'itn. Tlio numerical utvonnth of tlio hostile force is rcpoile.l to have leached fully l"i,00l mm, aivl tlio oiiK»Rranoiit wis a sovoro one, hnli.i1! oin'ifc hours. The reheb'loss was ononnoaH, hut the en omy is said to he leiunnny in increased numbers.

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Wednesday, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

Wednesday. November 3. Before Messrs/ F: R. Wilshire, P.M., fin;! II. ChildR, N. C. C.-Phillips,' ami Captain Sullivan, J's.P. ■ Arthur Bennett, for' riotous behavioural Burra floo, was iined 5/-and 0/0 costs. . Tlir same defendant, for' mnlcing use of obscene language, was lined 10/- and 0/0 costs. • Willi»m AVoods,'for drunkenness at Bowral. was fin ;d />/- and (5/0 oosts; and for making use of ob~ buaae langunge, M2 and 0/0 cuais. George Colo, for drunknoness at Bowral, was fined 2/0 and 0/0 costs; and for making use of obsoene language, 10/- and costs. • ■■■■■, John Gibson, charged wttli similar oifences to the preceding defendants, was lined-for the former, '2/0 and (5/0 costs ; and for the latter, 10/- and 14/ COtStti. Robert Copp; for making use of profane language, •was fine:V 10/-and 0/0 costs. Henry Hush, for obscene language at Mittagong, was lined 10/- and 0/0 costs, i:i default £-1 hours ill the Iqck-uji. Fine not paid.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 5 November 1884

GREAT REDUCTIONS JOHN 6. MORRIS, : HAS tlio pleasure to announce llmt, having mndo Bomo LARGE l'URCJIASES oC . " •SIMSSISS ' on very ■ advanligcous terms, He. is able t,o offer UNUSXTAL INDUCEMENTS to Purchasers. . . Tho whole Groccry Lint has boon rovHol, and ' PRICES CONSIDERABLY REDUCED. Only Dcst JJrands hopt. The Christmas Fi'uifcs are to hand. The prico Has boon feed low, and1the quality oxcellont. Special Value in Sugars. «.H'-HVH v 12very is fully,stocliod with now and seasonable goods. Tho PRINTS/ S.VTKJ^S, > ZEPHYRS, and CAMURIC3 this year aio a 'Marvel oi'Boauty, ' ' , " And Uvo Choice el I'tvi^cius is Vciy L*uge. OTIIEll D.RESS MATERIALS a>ia (ilso in, good ' vi\victy, loth of texture r,n:l fosigu. , Ladies' 'and Children's' Hats 1 ' Xn all tho Newest J^hnpc^ (t'Tmirc- ^rcncT) & (b^M) ^Mrcra, ^.eaffnxvtv, Ornaments, ' ' J, i > 1 ' 7 ' < * * i " h , i * ' , , _ i - >t *»J * j i->' J - r • Latent Shipments from London. , , The Stock of Men...

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