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Hanson District Council. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

Hanson District Council. tint meeting/)! new uouncuas uounsii Chamber Hanson, July '2ft. Present Coun cillors Tohl, Goodririge, Bogerf,. Dow and Turner. 'Mr. 'Dow elected Chairman for the ensuing year, xenaere 10 oe ciucu iur uiouu ing Ford near Stone Wall unless Overseer can get the work done for £5. Orereeer to examine and report on road at junction of Sections 935, 1010, -159 and S68, and to see if more metalling » necessary near Duffield's WelL Advertise ments to be put ia'%H»l papers for.* etatiosj roan. All 'work'' to* be pegged out before tenders are called Letters received, from Sooboorowie Council asking that dangerous holes near Iron mine might be fenced. - Clerk to ascertain from Surveyor General the proper boundary of the two' districts. From Chair man Burra Council, asking. Chairman's attendance at ganeral meeting to take united action with reference te Babbit LegislatiO' Chairman to attend. 'From Mr. G. ». P ice offering his cervices as Auditor, to be declined. From' C...

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THROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE, CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

THBOUGH COMMUHICATIOHr BETWEEN ' ? J Post Pieik, Crystal Bbook, Gladstok^I CiXEOVflB, AMD THE JiUBBA. AHIK 4 ~~\ NOETH IiTHB. . I ! ??* AJI. A.M. P.*l|| -?-..: ? ! ? *' P~'J PoETPiBisPosTOffllCE ? 6.305.5 95 „ „ Buxios ? 6.40 5.15 Nappeebt ? 7.8 5.43 87 Cetsiax Beook ... arr. ? 7.40 6.15 : .* i,' » ? v *P- '..«.. 7.50627 77 - GEOftGETotte^nitKO ;..:.. 8.186:55 ^70 Giaiwtokb ? art ? 838K.15'--' ... dep. ? 8.507.45 63 Caxtowie ? arr- ? 9.358.30 „ ? -fep-..;... 9^68:35 51 jAMBSTOjrarW ''.aw- ? 10.12 9.5 : »' ^bv-coach)^iqp. ? L030 — 43 HAIiKlTfl-ycoach)arr. ...... L40 19 „ :..;.- iep. ? 18.45 18^ BtTEBA ? arr- ? 455 „ ... _ ? .dep. 8.5 4.45 KiTEJMDON ? «r- 6.35 Gawiee - .:. -1135 8.15 p jc Adelajbe ... ... ????12.35 9.15 P..ET Adelaide .,- .. 12130 9.10 AiM. AJI. P.M. gi Pom AuELiiDB ? 7.55 i^^ff ABBiiiDB ... ? 7.50^30^3.^ Gawisb ... ? 8 506aofegl ^toba ? «»^-j ? 12 20p.0 a . HiWri' '.'.: Z*r^''Z 1-30 &6a „ (by coach) dep. ? 2.L5 jAMESrOWH... -.??JJ-^.Sg lft6S CaitowIE '.'.'. -...

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COMMERCIAL. "Record" Office, August 1, 1878. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

dOMMEEClAL. ' Becobd' Office, August 1, 1878. On»Tw a«d. Flour MAaKBi. Buna Mffl-— Mr- John .BOBCtt . qaoies aa follows :— Wheat, 4s. 6d. perbuBbel. - , Flour, £11 perton £l 83.'per*agy Pollard, Is. SJ. to Is. id. per bushel. Bran, -b..fd, to Is. Sd.,per busbeL : . . rfffi NOBTH-EAST. BURBA, FEIDAYi AUGUST 2, 1878.

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POETRY. SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

POETRY. SOMEBODY'S MOiHEB. Sha woman was old and ragged and gray, JUd bxit wbk the dull of tfae wintn'a day i '£bm staset was wet with a recent snow, Audi the Knnei's ftet were'aged and »fciw. ii ?--. Jiouu di ric crosiiii?, and waited Jong, Alone, uncami icx, amid the throng Of human being who pnssed her by, Js'cr Leeded the glauce of her anxious eye. Down the street, with langhter and about, G's-d. in the freedom of *' echool let oat.' Came the boys, like a fljck of sheep, Sailing the snotr piled white and deep. Fast the woman to old and gray Hastened the children on their way, 2?or offered a helping hand to her Be meek, &o tunid, afraid to stir Lest the carriage wheels or the hones feet Bhoula crowd her down in the slipp ry street. At last oama one of the merry troop— The gayest laddie of «11 the group ; Be paused beside her, and whispered low, ' I'll Help yon apross if you wish to go,' Her aped hand on his strong young arm. She placed, acd go, without hurt or harm, He gu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

business directory. 10*. per quarter, 2b. diaooant if paid n advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa COLBS & GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BUTCIIEBg. B. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and B. QEBHABDT, Aberfeen. B+JLM* F. GEBHAEDT, Kooring*, BOOTVAKEBS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa: COKN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Buna Mill. DRAPERS. GOLQSWORTH7 BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. FoBDEB. COLONIAL MUTUAL.— F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GEHXRAC BUSINESS. TAEMS FOR SALE. '' 8ADDLEWOBTH OJA AOBBd, SADDLE WORTH, capital /O^yJ tarn plenty of water, all ploughable only ? mile from the Township known as Normans. 1AQ ACRES adjoining the Township lAjAjkoomtk a* Edgeloes all ploughsbk. BELaLIE. '1Q A AOBE8 within 2 miles from Junes JL v Vf * -*n known as Simmons, all plough ? ?jU except 15 Acres. TABOO WIE. Clfijk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

OENERAL BU8IHB8S. M. KINQSBOROUQH, LICENSED LAND BROKER AND ESTATE AGENT, Acts for Selectors in taking np Land under the Land* Consolidation Act of 1877. SELECTORS ASSISTED in purchasing their holdings. LAND PURCHASED at Auction flaW. MO&BY TO LEIO- at 8EX PBR CSNT. aadupararo^accordiagtoamountandTBlueof security. - ? ? ? - - ? M. EXNGSBOROUGBV Advertiser Buildings, King WiUiamibeeL C. OIILMEYER, LOWER THAMES4T8EST, KOORINGA WHOLESALE, BETAIL, AND Family Batcher. SMALL GOA1D8 OF ALL KINDS LWAYS ON HAND. 7e James Kussell, BEGS to mfimn the inhabitants of HalleU and neMborhood tiiat he has COM MENCED BUSINESS in the above Town ship as a CARPENTER, BUILDER, AHD Undertaker, Aad hopes by atriet attention to basinets, combined with Br-nnahfe grit, to receive a fur Aim of patronaga. - Timber, Iron, and BoBdinf Materials, of even description on Sslc 92-104 FLEMING, H. BOUOAUT, AST ASHTON, SOLICITORS aad NOTARIES PUBLIC SiXBsrovns, And at Waymouth-street, Adelaida. Burra Court attend...

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Reminscences of Early Colonial Life. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

Beminscences of Early Colonial Life. Convictism — That the pioneer work of a new country should be- handed over to condemned criminals is not always the- most pleasing reflection. The pride of [?]; one of our British characteristics; is apt to be infringed. Though why men should glory in a descant from the Norman conqueror and deprecate all allusion to the pioneers sent out by the British Government is not always apparent. The Normans were not condemned criminals ; 'tis true, but they were outlaws, or men above   law, many of them stained with crimes of deeper dye than those - committed, by the bulk of Great Britain's convicts of fifty of a hundred years ago. The difference was largely that of Success.       The conspirator gets up a revolution if he succeeds he is a hero, if he fails he is a traitor and pays the pains and penalties of   failure.         &nbsp...

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Inquest at Hallett. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

Inquest at Hallett. An Inquest was held at Hallett on Wednes-   day, July 31, before Mr. J. J. Cave. J.P., on the body of F. B. Carlin who died suddenly the day before, near Tommy's Gap.   John Opie deposed I am mail driver between Jamestown and Hallett, and was in charge of the coach yesterday ; deceased was a passenger, and got in at Jamestown, and at Tommy's Gap he get out with the other passengers, to walk over a difficult piece of road. When the coach stopped again deceased fell about 10 yards off in the road. Two of the passengers assisted him into the coach and we drove on but in about three minutes some one called to me to stop as he was dying. We sent for some water but before it came he was dead. The next coach having a policeman in it then came up, and he took charge of the body. I had driven deceased from Hallett to Jamestown the day before and he seemed all right. John Hobbs corroborated the evidenceof the previous witness.   P. C....

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CORRESPONDENCE. JAMESTOWN, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Correspondents). JAMES VOWS, Jolx 25. Uu* railway a- now- open, ana trams- are runnning twice a day. between here and Port Firie. The station has only just been com menced,.the engine-house is oot.Gaished ; every thing in net about tha yam is i* sx great muddle. Opposition coaches hare been placed on the road between here 'and- Hallest,.and as a.conse quenee fares are down to 2*^6-1., so that our 'Burra friends can- have a vary cheap trip to Port Pirie now and have a good look at the -townships en route, not forgetting Jamestown. We were ? blessed with splendid rains last week, and any amount of wind— in. fact ' it jdid Wow,' -and blew down a great many 'walls and unfinished buildioge. The. jeowntry mow 'looks glorious. Property 'sales are; the order -of the -day, and good prid^B.are-Eealised' . in-many-easee. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

EDWARD WILLCOCKS, KACHTFIST, BLACKSMITH, & WSEELW1&GKT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E. W. begs to inform tbe Public in general that he is nowpraoand to axaeote wary leacription of Work in the above branches on the most wasonabk tans and on ths shortest notice. HORSES CABEFDXLY SHOD. In order to prevent disappointment Farmers should send in their Baspsrs for repair. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET. KOORINCA. L LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOE ALWAYS ON HAND. Tbade Suspxibo ax Moderate Pbices. Befatjh NbaAt Executed. Oedeks Psomfelt Atebnskd to. CHARLES C. WILLIAMS (LATE WILLIAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, EOOItlSTGA. IRONMONGERY of every description on band. TINWARE Manufactured on die Premises. The TRADE Supplied. 8IATIONS Liberally Dealt with. AU Sort, of PLOUGH FITTINGS in Stoct. FIREARMS and AMMUNIIION. GLASS a Special Lint. ^B^^E^^^^^^CSff^Bk* 3MCa4fe9sW^C93^aCaCWBsi3 Ha^3s93PCaw^3B^*«* AGENT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

AUCTIONS. *T- ] EUfiRA MONTHLY MaSJfcET. I ? vv ^ it FRIDAY, ACGtrST^ _, /I ^^ '\ ''? '» tr H ISTOX, SHAKES, #CO. JLi will eell by auction, as aboye^ at Xl ?'clock sharp— 1 A K A SPLENDID STOfiE AJ\(\ 40U BULLOCK. tO\J From the Celebrated Winbar herd. Tuey are from 3 to 6: years old; well grosnj, good colors, very quiet, and in first-class condition. I The Auctioneers believe this to be the best. I lot cf Store Bullocks ever offered in the Dolony. ' * Sold in lota to suit buyers. I Bemember.— 'A'ugust 2. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. # *? J ATllOOSESGA. BY OEDEB OF THE AS-IGNEE W X& THO3IAS WILSOX, 1NSOLTENT. t LISTON, SHAKES, & GO., will sell by auction, at the Miners Armi Hotel, at 4 o'clock— Jhe whole of the uncollected BOOK DEBTS in the above Estate, amount ing to £1»1 16s. 3d. A. list can be Been' at tho Auctioneers' Gffiice TTi^oriniFft. SATeKDA^f, AUGUST & AT TEfiOWIE. ,'?-? .. ; ; ? — - ??-.?- «' . I BY' OEDEB OF THE' TRUSTEE IK THE ASSIGNED ESrAT^ OF JJIIN CaOPL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

STALLIOUS. Young Emperor. IS a Suffolk Punch. He is a dark bay with black points, got by Old Emperor oat of Duchess, Dachess by Old Emperor oat of Empress (both imported). This splendid entire will travel this aeason in Baldma Hundred. ? P. HONEYCHUBCH. Scottish Chief. IS a Dapple Grey Horse a young Scottish Chief, Dam Prize Clydesdale Madame, Sire Young Lord Clyde, bred by the late Mr* David Miesbet, Victoria. Scottish Chief will travel the Districts of Mount Bryan, Bum, and Gum Oreek, Terms £2 10s., payable on February 1 1979. Groomage Ze. 6d. at time of Serrice. J. HOGG and J. JAMISON, Proprietors. Mercury. rpHXS grandly bred horse by Honestisb (=m J- ported), oat of Lucrotia Borgia, by Fish erman (imported), will aenre a limited number of Mares at firdefoot,Guin Creek. Terms £3 Ss. 2s. 6 J. Groomage. Splendid Paddocks at 2a. 6d. per week without responsi bility. PfiTEB COUCH, Braefoot, Gum Creek. Robinson Crusoe. THIS Draught ^ntire Horse will travel tbe Hundreds of Gumbotrie, T...

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The Week's Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

The Week's Parliament. The TTpp^r House sat on Tuesday, when the resignation of the Hons. T. Elder, T. English, and' W. Storrie was reported,, and an unsigned letter from Hon. \V. Jtverard also noticed, it was intimated that -the four seats would on Thuisday week beepme vacant .by rea son of absence without leave for- two, mouths. The HaUefct and Terowie K lilway Bill was read a. £rst tim^ and th% *f-&stf?de£ Bitf a* secW time. The first clause of ifee Rabbit Bill being negatived by' a majority of three, the House resumed, so that the bill is virtualiy left to i=bs fate. Petitions. still flow into the Assembly in favour of the railway to« the Hills. The chief attraction however was ihe Budget speech which occupied two hours and fen hunutea in delivery, and dealt fairly with the preseat state of the imances, showing that whereas in July, 1876, ' the credit balance was £92,348; at the, present time there is a deficit of £147,411. So that we are A off--by:«s£229,76£ than Were t...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

Miscellaneous. When is a river like a door ? — When it has a lock and juay. Half the discomfort of life is wit? .result* ui gcbuiig ureu vi ourselves. — Josh Billings. What is the difference be teen a hill and a pill ? — One is hard to get up, and the other is hard to get down. The last name. — A barber is no longer simply a ' ton sorial artist.' He is a professor of ' crinicultural absissioh and craniological tripsis.' What next ? Blue Ruin. — Betting on the boat-race with a party of ladies, who will have fifteen to four on Oxford in six-and-a-halfs (first quality, French). — Punch, Brief. — A witty barrister placed on his office^door a card, with the inscription, 'Those who callon business will please make it bi-ief' ' My dear,' asked Mrs. J. pf her husband, on coming home from church the other day, 11 what was the sweetest tiling vou saw in bonnettsT' *The ladies, faeces,' was the bland reply. A Yankee humorist, who had a hard time of it, says : 'When a man begins to go lowft hil...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

Inquest. An inquest was held at Redruth, on Tues- day evening to enquire into the causes of the death of Sarah Ann Fogarty who had died the previous morning.   Mr. J. D. Cave, J.P., was Coroner, and Mr Preece, foreman of the Jury. After viewing the body Sarah Foy deposed— I live in Redruth. I am mother of the deceased, she was the wife of John Foggarty, and has been married about nine months, she has been living at Jamestown, and has been ill there through living in a bad house, I was with here there about three weeks. Dr. Cockburn attended her in Jamestown for three complaints, typhoid fever, inflamation of the kidneys and lungs, besides her being pregnant. With Dr. Cock- burn's consent my daughter accompanied me to the Burra, about a fortnight since; she has been living at my house since that time. She appeared rather better for a week, then she took diarrhoea. Dr. Dashwood attended her. He came about a week since. I think on Tuesday or Wednesday of last week. He sent...

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A Blonde Who Snored. AN INCIDENT ON A SLEEPLESS SLEEPING CAR [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

A Blonde Who Snored. AN INCIDENT ON A SLEEPLESS SLEEPING CAR. It was as dark as the inside of an ink bottle. In the sleep- ing car, people slept, Or tried it, Some of them slept like Christian men and women — peacefully and sweetly and quietly, Others slept like demons; malignantly, hideously, fien- dishly, as though it was their mission to keep everybody else awake. Of these, the man in lower number three was the "boss."   When it came to a square snore with, variations, you wanted to count "lower three" in. With   a full hand and a pocket-full of rocks, We, never heard anything snore like him. It was the most systematic snoring that was ever done, even on one of tournaments of snoring, a sleep ing car, He didn't begin as soon as the lamps were turned down and everybody was in bed, Oh, no, There was more cold-blooded; diabolism in his. py&feem than that. He waited until ^VBrybody had had a little taste of sleep, just to $ee how good and pleasant it...

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Lean Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

Lean 'Meeting. . There was a tfrge&tendanee at the meeting sonvened by the Corporation to consider- the idvosability of borrowing j&gj{]^Jnbd.Onearly MHf ratepayers must have been present daring BomepoRion x» me proceed tug*' ???? TheMATOEbpeneaij/eitfri' Hie reason for which the burgesses had been aammonned together. He said it was the great wish of the Councillors to improve the town, though they had been unable to do eo from wast of funds, but as lie did 'iiotr wish 'to ~cut the ground from under the speakers' feet, he would simply bespeak a fair and impartial' Bearing for both sides, and call upon Cr. Wilkinson to intro duce the question. - Cr.' Wn*E»ao*r-said OroBabeitft Wb moved in Council, that public works be resumed, and that a meeting of ratepayers 'be- called, to authorize a loin of £500 r but as he thought hat putting the cai-t before the horse,, he moved as an amendment, that a meeting be called, to authorize a loan, and that if -it be granted, then they...

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The Rabbit Bill Defeated. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

The Rabbit Bill Defeated. We are exceedingly sorry that the Upper House has by a majority of three, disappointed the hopes of tiiis and tiie snrroundurET distoictsv We are con ?deed that noting snort ot,compuisron will remedy-, the^great . efil jfliat ' has sprung up, for pnly.tQ:^ayjwerW^&fr formed, that a person who fi^d de stroyed all¥his own rabbit^ offisred Gi pay four men^ if the- owner ef » large estata adjoiniug his farm would pay two others,, to kill rabbits on tiie property of the large holder, ^diere they were *beipg-J .Jbrjed by tens of thousands, to ruin, all, around them-? and yet the only result was, that the former was laughed at jtof'hi^* pains 'the truth being tliat the rabbits were so- depreciating ihejalue ottiieyfarm lands and rendering' it s|) ^unprofitable to sow them, that they ^ill soon fell into the hands of tiie; bspeder of ite rabbits, at a greatly reduced price* and so .make the prorer&tnie- **J|& an ill wind that blows fflobodjrg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

BURBA TIMBER TARS AND STEAM SAW MILLS. o- ? ? ? DEALS- DEALS .. ». & G. FLOORING. .. ,*. -CKDAB, GUM. JABBAH. 8TRIMGYBABK. ? ' BAURI, CLEAB, AND HUON FISBS. DBAY SHAFTS. Galvanised Iron. Galvanized Iron. Galvanised Iron. Ridging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Paints, Oils, Glass, Hearth 8 tones, and every description of Jiuflding Material. G. & W: SABA & DUNSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, PBOPRDETORS OF THE BURBA. BRICK YARDS.. V AGENTS FOR THE SMfPJCBTAT, INSURANCE COMPANY. SUMMERS & NEIL, BOOT and SHOE MAKER, HALLETT. Intimate to the Inhabitants of Hallett and tbesVReaiio^d^taobtiiaitheyamcaminc onBusme«iatheabo«e]me,andirbJl» thanking their patrons tot past nvota. trust br atriet attention to aU ordan they maj be honored with, cambmed with ffait^WjSterial and Good Workmanship, to receive a oonttaued ahare of poblio support. PRICE8 REASONABLE. S0-A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF BOOIS AND 8HOS3 ALWAYS ON HAND. UNICORN ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 2 August 1878

HOTELS. BON ACCORD HOTEL, ABERDEEN. W. A. STEWART, Proprieter. VISITORS and TRAVELLERS to the Burra will find this House replets with every convenience. A first-class assortment of Ales, Wines, Spirits, and Cigars kept on hand. Good StsMhig^ €Men by post or tdegnnr promptly jOtended to, Wellington Inn? WATERLOO. W. M0RTLMERf ftoprietor. FIRST-CLAS8 AeoommodUion for Tisttora and Tcaveuen. The heat Spirits, Winss, Ale, Porter, &o, always on hand. G4»dj8|sbSBlsad Btockyarda. Secure TADVQQE&. wttkv aOenty of Water. TH O M'-A 8 T H Y B R, YABGJWIE HOTEL, T Ijk.O.O WL- 1- H* Ktat-dass ?coommsdalion for TraveUere S^urtta, Wine, Ale, and Porter of d-e best quauty. Gejcm Sxnass&t- lAc O O B :9 HOTEL. ROBERX~SAYEflS For many years Gnard^oa the Northern Lie* of Railways, bege^jo intern hie many £riends and the Public .generally that lie is now in posssssiaB of the^hora. waU-kaown-fiue), SewfcT wfll k» ahj»-Briaeeiw oaaTlfa theca. The Honse ksB.besa thotongMywooyatrf and...

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