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Borrowed Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Borrowed Items. THE project of forming a company, at Temora to bring water within reach of the mining community from Mack's [?] has fallen to the ground, the cnioi reasonB Demg tnat tno'caicuiauon?, , placed, Jjcforetlio'pnWjp were too crude," 1 f ; ahd'thnt no private capital is .ovatlabjo fe carry ont α-ecboino of such an extent/ {?>$&,; Qrgej^aofi J Melbourne' 'Ope^a; ponse. notprjety T wept;,tp ? England in; the,B^;S ( Bangatpre v ,' '"? ?;? \ ? The 'amorist; of, the profit' ncorning-; from the late" Ge'elobg Juvenile Indus- - ' , tiinl Exhj,\)jtiojijus -d£4so. a :t "'tbander." 6f, K th'e steamer Coannnbarp,- jpommand" "Compiiny'B service. .. ,? y> '''.'?.. i hjis declined: tp give' tho use of .iKjfreExLibitiou! building to fc. R. ! Bt6ni : . _ Bon, of Canada, for the purpose of hold-' '-ing an exhibition of Canadian and btueV! products, in order' to eetabliah: commer cial tbe two countries, pn the ground that it is unfair tp'Sbntli ,Awiialian mercbante and others;...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Late Sydney Items. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Late Sydney Items. Monday. Mercury. THE Hon. T. Garrett addressed his constituents at Berrima on Saturday last. A vote of confidence in him Was unanimously passed. It'hae been, decided, to., present ;th?H ??:* John Bonnefo' fc6tiin6hinti'Jt?(\bib nexi'j ''Tuesday, at the ? Knynl Hotel. ?? . . Over>2soo!'pewmB the, Art during; the'! 'Tneet eight-days.:,-?*?;w;;: ?μ-xi ;??,? ;;?? j '??'' -In the Freo. "Selectors , , Conference, on Saturday, the.;cmly?motion,carried. Jwas v ? 'ihtit a&rniing r the. estifilblislitnent of local ] -r land boardti, ;wtipse_; fanctidri/:etiould bo: i! V'' : tb^deatWith. -?^?? ; -;;;y'-;, ;"" : ; ;> .. The arrived yesterday, i>: and cap ???' ;; tain of tbe'QHahiJernigoreand 15 others ,/pf c6loniete;i>Twd othere ; r':,died daring, this passage;-- : "The atfaimer '" Genii was .a^^^? i Jy~boy.ftwaitingJ the ? ifriVnl'bf anbjliiaf ??"mil probably t cqtne „,, r( .ri:r ; 'OyeT ; Boyentb'ori|anii peobleJtfAVelled :?;' bj jP^kS^fi^niJ 3 ;"'-wick'...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, September 30. THE proportion of reserve to liabilities of the Bank of England is 51, per cent. reserve. The total in notes and bullion is 16? millions. . v ,;??:'-{?,.;(?( ,..;-:';? ;-/, y/ October ,l; j Opmmunieatione hare been opened' j*a& Sbo,P,orte, having - special; refcr %)We fe-tlie Bitnation of affaire In con .inectipn with, : Dulcignb, and in the hope of atcrtiDg ;tho ncco?sily for fottlier tfemonstration by the combined fleets end; -Albanians in that city. The replies of,,tho Porte fire re*jmnripg;and ho^es?tp.entertained !%membere of tho" British. Cabinet, vrhicb been'convened to consider -ifeo-:tbatterj that'a' compromise will be and the city surrendered Wjthr. Wt bloodshed.- In. reply to | the ?eameat -solicitatiop-B of Great Britjun the ]gorte its willingness L bear ,'npdn; tho, Albanians in order to compel them to iunflfideY-Dalcjgnb. Austria, however, hesitate ,to t*)se any decfifive., action in wltAtfaiC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

; Government Railways. ! . - GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS GBEAT NORTHERN, NORTH-WESTEBN AND MORPETH LINES. WEST MAITLAND RACES, Sth and Gth OCTOBER, 1880. EXCURSION TICKETS nt the published LU latee will bo iwuert to WEST MAIT LAND ONLY, ob follows :- At Stntions north of Singleton, by . Mail Trains on 4th and Clh, and nt Single; ton and Stations south thereof, by nil. Trains ou iho sth nnd 6th, available for return up to and inc'tiding tho 7th. CHAB. A. GOODOHAP, Commissioner for Railwaje. f Department of Pnblio Works, i Hallway Branch, ' Sydnoy, 28ih September, 1880. I GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS.' Great ttorthern,North-Western ! and Morpeth Lines. ... TuiunT races, 13th & 14th October, 1880. rrUCKETSntpubliehed Exauislon ratcswil X . 1)0 isoucd from nil-Stations to Tamworth only, by all trniue on the 12th and 13|h, available for retuin up to nnd lucludiug the 17th inetant. CHAS. A. GOODCHAP, Commissioner for Railways, Department ol Pubho Works, Railway Branch, / Sydney, 4th October, 1880....

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Local News,etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Local News,etc. Julius Muller. THE Coffee Palace Company held its first annual meeting on Thursday. The Secretary reported that the receipts up to August last amounted to £21,952 [?] ltd. The gross prolltHfor the yaur nmonntoil to £2260 12s Bd, and of tor writing off. certain aanis on UitS building fuinisUlng nnd other neco.unts, and tb? paymuot of an ad interim dividend of jE!I3J 4s 2(1, tlwro remained tho Bum of £ 553 lG?7d for dietriimtion, wlijoh tho Directors reoommoud should be applied as foljowe :— The pnjnwnt ot ft further dividoud of Iβ per ahnro on the first und second of share?, and Del per shnro on tho third Issue of sburci?, mnkiug in all tho euru of £40fl, leaving a email balance of £59 16s Cd to bo cnirled to nett-ftseoupt, ' A special voto of tlianke waa iiftescd to Mj , , 0, J. Uoghec, the excellent managn, ?adto Mr, tfujdruin, the Secretary. THE receipts nt , tho H. R. P. Building Society on Monday night, nraouutod to £210 10?. 3d. Mr. W. Wnlkor was the presiding d...

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THE GUILELESS WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

THE GUILELESS WITNESS. Detroit Free Press, "Do you know the prisoner well?" asked the attorney. "Never knew him sick," replied the witness. levity," enid tho lawyer, g'ernly. "Now, sir, did you ever see tho prisoner at tho bar ?" "Took many a drink with him at tho bar." " Answer my question, eir," yelled the lawyer. " How long have you known the. prisoner ?" "From two. feet up to five foot tea i , inches." I " "Will the court moke the—V " I have, Jedgo," said the witness, anti cipating the lawyer—?' I bavo answered tho question. I kuowed tho prisonoc rchen he was a boy two feet long and- a man fire feot ten—" ! ' " Your Honour—" " It's a fac', J edge; I'm under my oath," persisted tho witness. Tho lawyer arose, placed both hands on the tible in front of him, spread his lega ap 4rt, leaned his body over ihe table, and said: '? Will you tell the court what you know about this case?" "That ain't hia nanio," repliod the witness. " What ain't his name f" " Case." "Who eaidit was?" " You ...

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

I GominerciaUnteiagoace~ , ' SINGLETON PRICES ODRRF.UT Note.—The above'are wholcsnld miconi j what Jefelers would give" producers, ' - < j '?'? Singleton,'Ootober/ 8, r 1880. : | Maize (new) per bus, 0 2 '?> in ? ? ' ' Capo. Barley „ o 2 2 , 0 ' English Barley ,, 0 3 q X r Oats.;.- ...--.. „ o % = t I :-J Pollard , 0 1 l " n J Adelaide Wheat ,, 0 5 o " ? Colonial Wheat" „ -~ O-3-0 ""-"-ft 5 Flonr, aapor„pprton 11 Flour, Feconds ___10 '0" 0 " n ? Lucerne Hay.*-"",." ~2 10 0 " q in Oaten Hay;.., „ . 2 10 0 " _? 2 Potaf^es;:,^?/.i.;:;??-.,?'; i .?? : ?'3,^o'' ! '0'??'' ? ?' : ??ii?1^ ,..],.,..;'?,? :-,u;:o;.o]; : ."?;-,;????_ Butter .;.?:,; per lb;; 0 0-g ; ". n : -? Cheese; ;;; "i,' i ! 0 "0. '2 ' _] A Bacon J Lard ??,..?-;;-., K : > 0;0 :,4-',',,, O-O-s ? [{ - n..*! Beeswax... ,...:,, " O.-O'.-t '? n n coi. Tobacco* fl_::Ji, ::'],]o;'] :i; ];'5 S ::: "? : n ; 4 Ditto,:;lent-,''-u;--; j ,-i-. 0 0]8- Horsehair ! ' ; ;.T; ,V V, .0 ?'0' 8 :; ';? n ' at Hidee/neavy... „ 0...

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LONDON. Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

LONDON. 1 Xhareday. The Continental Press unites with that of England in commenting severely upon the recent proposals of the Porte In Frarce especially, great resentment is expressed ngaineb Turkey;,v.Tlip lead ing . journals, urge"prompt action to ''eh-, force the decision of the Berlin Coa-; ferenco. ' . ' _ . ?','..'.'" > It is understood that tlie European Powers are waiting the proposals of Great Britain as to the line of action that ehould.be followed; ':.=???: w ! ; The immediate blockade of Turkish ports hae beenssuggested. : ; ' ! The British Government hn? not yet decided what course to pursue, : Preparations are being made for the , despatch to Ireland of. additional troops to the districtrniosfc disturbed. , : . .. ? Aotivo preparations are prcceedirig at the: lnilttory barracks in the west ?of Ireland, wheto a number of men aro.to bo sent at once, ./ ?'?. ' ? Eytensive floods have taken,place in the Midland counties of Englaud, doing , considerable damage to propert...

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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

MELBOURNE. Friday. Mr. Berry informed a deputation to-day of his intention to out down con-<*> siderably the charitable vote, and said it was probable that power would have to jbe given, to lpeaj, bodies toll evy; a; rate; ?? I ?i .; Mr. .Bruce, Inspector,of ;Stock ; of ] Sontb f \V]aloB, waa,exnrained;.yestor-' 'day before a select committee,: on; the jDisqasos in Stock' Act. ?: Ho. expressed 'himself strpagly a. general: system boing established; throughout :thb> bolbnies. ;,,, ;:;? ;,?-;??;-'; !;; ,! . '!-":'.)-'.'j j- Bbyal Con?ort has boeu scratched, for 1 ; the Derby. ..,.. :?;,-.--,; i„. ?.??:?-..'.-. ,The Australian.Eleyen will, probably play two. matches horo during Ohn?tmos Weelc. ;.„::;?', jV.-;.'' : '-'i !!?; ~ '? :\-?'?;?? ~i--' Lord Lpftus loaves Melbourne to-day. with,the- Duke of Manchester,; Sit John . :KobortBon,jan'd i Jl'r. Jennings, for iDe njliquin...,. i: , ~.: lr:. ,y -\- ~.: .:??: ?'?;. ...--.?, t >

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

eyiDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. Tho cattlo mnrkot is up 15s. Best beefj 16b. to 17s. Shoep aro firm. Wethers aro 12s. 6d.

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

?'"?? ?;:';' SYDNEY WOOL SAL'ES;'?':,^ ? ' ; 'i''';'"?' '' '"'. "'?". ; '."'.'. '".. Fridayl;' At tbcrWooT sales 'ydstorday,' only small parcels of groasy, 'and medium and scoured woro pfibraa. ' Tho former realised rip tolfHd..andthe'lat.or. to -ie_d.?:-"- ; ! - ; i ; "f''' : ;:.' ; :".]i'::,,'Ci '?The principal paresis, are being re? served for the opening srilo on, thb.2otri instant.'] '' '',';' "'"''. . ]''?,

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Sketcher. WELSH FOLK-LORE Concluded. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Sketcher. WELSH FOLK-LORE Concluded. THE Vale of Neath still fairy haunted, was a famous place for fairies in the twelfth century, Gerald [?] Barri (alias Giraldus Cambrensle) tells of the naughty Eliduras who, having run away from robool, was lured into fairyland. He often used to visit tba upper world, and ,0008 his mother bade him bring bar a present of gold. So, while at play with tbs king's son, he stole tbe goldeq ball and ran off, At bis tbroshhold, however, two elros trippod him up; the ball fell, sua they seized it, "showing him every mark of contempt; for the fairies, though they have no form of poblio worship, are great lovers of trntb and strlotly honest." They aro a pattern, too, to mortals in their domestic: life. Inoonntanoy and infidelity aro unknown. Wife beaters bad better eschew fairy-wives. One New Year's Evo a young farmer of Myddfai pariah, Oaermaitben, went to look tor his lambs by tbe lake .called Llyn y. Fan Faob, in tbs - Blaok Mountains. On tbe lake he saw...

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Rust in Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

* Eust iti Whe^t- :Tn,E following extract from a letter by ' JI> ;T. i O'Deropsey, ;of Warwick, nrid published in the;; Queensland Agricul ? turist, ie. worthy ---'of by those of our. readers who grow whoa' :— -':.'" Withoutanalysirigtbolarid, farmers ; on the "Downs, from practice, can learn ]tbo capabilities, .of their soil, and if .they' 'could put fifty bushels, or twenty of limb '.to'?"tho acre, the' ; rust' : 'wbnld.'do their wheat crop' no harrii,?. A bag of salt to . the acre alongwith the lime would help 1 to harden the straw.' .Thero wijl bo. no ?rank' straw after thb abov.o dross ; ingi but hard, sbun'T straw' that dofies rust. I- have before 'written, on. .the value of lime." ? j |rjpd, jWhjs year, ami la patches' wheto I put thb ]inw \H wheat was' good find, ripe' .>*' \ before the wheat aH :L(m ; £^. B ' a ?" -iio land clean ; and mellow. ' In poor land a good coat of dung and lime will. grow potatoco or corn, and good wheat, the second year. The best method,l ca...

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

TELEGRAMS- [TlinOUGH GllKVHAB'B TELEdBAM CO.] SYDNEY. Priday.> Sir Henry Parkes leaves by the ordinary mail train to-night for Mel-<*> bourne. The Government of Victoria offered him a special train from 'donga to the metropolis, but this he -declined. -But a saloon carriageby the ordinary' train^has Jbeen. placed, at hid service. , .. '" ? ?'....,, / . - ....,..,., ~??;?. ] '-?' It is reported there is'i* split in the ?Oribinbt' iaTefbronce to the casb, bf];the Under-Secretary for Lands, Mr.] W..WL Stephen. It is alleged that Mi - . Hoskins! insists upon his "disruis?al, which Sir John-Robertson Btrori'gly opposes.: '? :i J i < y\ "'"'? '] ' v .;. .?'. ?'?.'"? ...",|-iXtaiter*., ]. 'Two hriridred arid seventy-two] essays have been sent to the , Animals' Protep ?tion Society. ' .]'';]/, '.':'.]",],],„,....! ] " In the olabs for pupil teachers, ],Mary, Read,, of Deriraan,' was awarded .the! third]"prize';. of] £2 5 and F. Skinner,' j MusweUbrobk 1 , a writi...

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MY ONE GLEAM OF ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

MY ONE GLEAM OF ROMANCE. All the Year Round. I AM afraid that I am only a prosaic sort of being. Now and then the young ladies, whom I meet in society think me un- <*> romantic and perhaps uninteresting. The gay hues of morning bets Dm o lout Id (bat " light of common day" whioh belongs to tbe afternoon of life. For mo it 1b a quiet, obtierful, happy afternoon, with the mnsio of' the voices tbat 1 love, the fragrance of the flowers I tend. I know, too, that for mc tbe braoing evening breezes will rise, and the evening skies be flushed with immortal hopes. Onoa I had a gleam of romance; whioh grew, indeed, into a steady romaooe; and plain and prosaio as lam oon—and it is mainly the ordinary epieodo of a woman's lifer-I think it perhaps morn romantio than happens to moat of the young ladies of the period, and I hops that they, too, may have a gleam equally propitious. We were the six daughters of a oountry vicar; we lived four miles from the ooomy town, whioh wa? also th...

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An Old Scottish Lawyer. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

i"!";'An'bidi.SoottisiiiI.awyer.'i - J , \ Xieisure.How')' .'. ' '"".i-.., .,??' '., ,. Famous amoog-tho Edihbnrgh legal jib---' 'iiibilitieB^';^a8"',^obii7'|PJ^^;.|o't , ! .Ei3inv-.- He''p9BseBBc,d a very cpareo Huuiour; jt : has: been said of him that what iu other. men- was- sugar in" character, in 'hirii became crystalized; yitiegar. "It vyas pt him thebtbry was told that, he had] been : dipping,deeply into corivivialities ; with'? ; .friend ?: in Queen Streety?nd coming.or|t ; intb; the 1 o_?sn r air,';early in the morning,; ': he w.Vb' quite confused j and unable to tell '- the,', way?to bisijownshousein.Picafdy' Place. .-i--He Baw an industrious, house]-] rriaid.; cleaning \a'doorstop', and Went up to 'hei*; sayjng, HEh,. my, girl, can yp te] 1 ,mo, wlibroi John; Clerk Uvea?" , 'MJinnk ..?spear,] nil me,"'Bays;tho i girl, t "with ; ybui'. ? nonsense;;' Wheri .yon're^John ' Clerk-jiiinL , ' Bel'! ay, ";Bbid.hey 5 ,, : | kirivthat V(jrrC Jo)ih,;sClerk-.,wants -to , ltnbwjwhcro....

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Lord Erskine the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Lord Erskine on the Press. AT the public meeting in Sydney on Tuesday night, another great authority; Lord Erskine was quoted by Mr. O'Connor to prove that the Press had far higher .and nobler functions and rights than were conceded to it by Sir James Martin. Lord IJrskino gave it as his opinion--''""" If you-are firmly persuaded of the singleness and purity of the author's intentions, you aro not bound to subject him.to infamy because in--'the'zealous career of a . just and animated com position he happens to have tripped with his pen inn an -intemperate ex pression in one or uw instances of a long work. If this sovere duty were binding on your concionce, tho liberty of tho Press would bo on empty sound, and no man could vonturo to write on nny. subject, however pure his purpO?O, without an attorney nt one elbow and a counsel at tho other. From minds thus subdued by the terrors of punish ment thoro could issue-no works of genius to expand the empire of human reason, nor any masterl...

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Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) By "E.A.C." "Was it a dream," he wondered, as he rose to his feet, still feeling giddy and half stunned from the shock at the fall or did the monk really appear to warn me } jgaipst the deed I was about to. commit ? : Imii?t bave dropped the piipers'a? I fell, I ? jupposp," and be stooped down to feel, but, upablo to 'find them, groped his way to the trriling-tiible, and after a' short search, recovered ' tbe match-box lyincr. there. }.<?The: sudden blaze of the gas might louse ?nnie of the servant} I ,'' he though t, a' opping } jnst.as he was-about to light it. , '.''. Better strike a match only; the white envelope will bo .easily seen," The first match failed, but'the second burned steadily, and long enough.to show him, tohis utter ams'itrient, 'that no parcel lay near the ; place where be bad fallen. ' Again and again hestruck a light,' but each time with } the same want of success. No parcel was ?risible in anypar...

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E. gland and her Insolvents. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

E gland and her Insolvents. —EnglisJi Pope?'. , ,, ,, ' We : cpiuraond;tho roport of-the-Con troller in Uankrupley for il879 to svioh of qnr. readgrsrne interested in Vade. , ihrom this valuable docunjerit it will be Seen that ,< ']ilib''doplorablo itici'oaso of ; insolvency, wider the present Act(passed 'l'B6Si)..represents a rnnbLond continued' incrQiisn in the qu.mbe.r' of persons who, wjthpflt any: regard to the of trade, get) rid of their, debts by paying ljttlp pr nothing to, preditprs,''!. kiquida .tions. by atrft.nge.WOHt b?—? ? ? ' :aGS7 ?l".'-""."'? ?? -'? "son from ' . ',;>..: .i?VU to 11,076 in 1879, and thelibbilities of'the insolvents have, gone on steadily : and rapidly increasing till they hayo reached close upon thirty millions a year—a greater sum.than, the antiuol inlcrest-.of the National, Debt (£28,044,188' lv : 1879), Tho lossos inflicted on traders during the last six yvavi-bypersons who have '! liquidated,", amounts to one : hundred, and twenty ...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Official Correspondence 1 inve the honor to bo, Sir, Your tnoatobodientBorvnnt, ' W. WlLKIKB, Unilor-C>ccrotary. W. C. Browne, Esti, M,P, binglcton WE have received from Mr. W.C. Browne the following letter for publi-<*> cation: Department of Public Instruction ?\ ? : Sydney,, 30th .August, 1880. ~ - Sir,- —Iti acknowledging the teceiptof tho petition, undated,'presented by you on behalf of certain teeidcnta of Singleton ond Patrick's Plains, praying for. the establishment of a High School at tho ; former plaqo, I ?m direotcd by thD Minister o£ Public Instruc tion to state that the "application will bb considered ; .the.regulations.contemp- lated by In?tr.uqtignAct of 1880 with regard to ScUoole hoyo been pre?" pared, ,; ?'' v ' : : '?'. ' . ?' ''',

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