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A True Painter. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

A True fainter., ,, ' 'KehsingtoTi'.'~- ?''- ' ?? J ..i.-;.-f. ..,-.? '.,; i Wm/lv :? cbriatitutes ,'a v 'trtto jiainter-^-thb : spark of sacred ?the' real''nrta&ffroiii' iKo'mere' ffoyercr.of i .?power.Vto JeeeVdeeper' into the heart'of things t '';^etf'the\mc>Bt : kjotntfionplace, 1 than : it .is"' ; given",'tQ! tb. 4 ordinary roan to see, andsojto' express in his work'CHat'wKich''hei"thuja sees, thai , even wK6 ; is not gifteil with this supernatural power can see iii (the pairi<fcr|sica'n ids 'whdfc,,ho''couldi see,in the' pbjiicVfrqtn\'whicli the painter ..???thii ppinrer ?be> trivia} ?'thingd grow instinct with : neW : li{a, becmYHe.'tihe painter's thought brings out iirid before., the eyes hidden penning or the" hidddriV?ignificance! tli'e liiddon! joy or tho hidclen patlios, Jho, linden' beai^fry , wliichj iHonptibut.bo hadi'powernto?eo for ; them-| |6plvSBi,Jn .the 'original 'ifrom"'whidh-he| irtrpw/;-.-.Where,this power is wanting no! anipuntofteoh...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE SHOW OF THE ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

THE LATE SHOW OF THE ASSO . >i -' CIATION. (Tα the Editor of the S'niglcton Arjut.) I have the honor to remain, Your obedient servant, Singleton, 7th October,1880. SIR,—In introducing the following obser-<*> vations to the notice of those interested in conducting promising undertaking such as the Northern Agricultural Association, allow ? mc to say that rhbpp,aUfch'observations.Will j be received in ii fair and' generous spirit. I ; -was present .."'.at tho; lato :- ;Sirigletoh.'Show,?'?; and beard; much dissatisfaction; expressed,-:| ;'.''-" ,"';'.','..' i'%'. ... : ]..--.'.'„?] It might be interesting;-] to trace fhecaosoof thi?.'Thera wasnofftvlt,i in the arrangement of the grounds, U'e Sccre- | tnry appears to be indefatigable, the Presi dent and Committeo appear to he unanimous,; ; i and the fudges and Stewards did_their duty,. | 1 presume, according'to the: rules laid down. I wilt ClaAs'my suggestion's under tho follow-.'i :ing heada):eo as to make myself bett...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humour. WE'RE ALL HONEST. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Humour. WE'RE ALL HONEST. BY PARMENAS MIX. WE are all honest—oh, of course; Of this remark Boggs shows the force Where'er he swaps a mule or horse— You know him. Old Blodger, oro the prices drop, Brings into town his apple crop— ?The biggest apple i on the top. That's proper. The parson, feeling rather blue, . Declines to write a sermon now And mikes au early effort do— Who'll know it. The lawyer—but, alas! I shrink From saying hero just whatT think— ' Z pause to wink a large.sized wink. D'ye see it p The doctor, having little skill, Bolls up a very harmless pill— ' It cannot cure, it cannot kill. - That's human. Tho butoher to his patron owns, His meat ia " somewhat moBtly" bones And adds, " I bought.'em," in such tones. As hushes doubt. The politician—but again I sadly drop my feeble pen, . And, thinking of this citizen, I once moro wink. , The deacon says his prayers arise, Without an effort to the skies- It takes him hours to memorise Tho " borrowed" ones. The erjitor—but here I...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Value of British Grasses. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

: ,iT^ej!i5f.^itieh''0fa,8seB.- -Leisure Hour* The flip of the'&fripera(io| cliflidtbiOpd., of [llio RtittsW. Isles..'. , Englisiniien dft'Jn 'g.r^ra^Io'. l at.,tuQ '.rains, and foga which hidetroni.tuem, even lor.clave anq Wjeoke; tlip liriglit, Buasliine ;whjch.,,ie ! more, freexy; found ?iipoa,.,.otlier ( lanis; 1 And especially are fpge of Novprabor and lato/ aututna npt to bo ; donounced as nuieancaa and. inflictions, I Bnt,'nB iawoHrdmarkedrty the,;av\tlW l of that'interest|nj WQrk, K\Tho;Ch'roni-; [icles oif a\Olny ; it is to'the ;soft. jiand.eteaclily-spaking fains, and the pro !i Tongod drippin'ga, ,bf. ; thn Noyomfaor and i win.ter tin,- Ureat ? : its inhabitants eje BiaWy indiobted for ; Unfiiilihg, e'ticouientveger,; 'a,nd r.oo.ts, but especially for thbji; i irichj 'isdft, juioy grasses, which, carpet, "lele.e.. with; ft- |ayp|y >; grt'en innitnipwii; to any.,o<jher,p'art,of-;th? world,. iexcepi Holland and a' fqw vory limited 'areas elsewhere. ..T...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOUND AND THE MUTTON. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

THE HOUND AND iTHE ; ???:;.';'Button.:?.;,;;?.:,; (To the Editor of the Singleton Arffiis,') T.C. SIR,-Give me permission, through the medium of your widely, circulated journal, to ask the Police authorities of Patrick's Plains, whether all the dogs , within thetown of -Singleton have been .registered,; , If< not, iwhat steps;-if any, bave.beeu,, coiflpel plenary ] registration. .??:?';:???/' ',":(?'-- ''"',. ?"?' It is said of Grbesus the Median, that he lost his dinner once npnn a" time, by his foolish t addiction ,to. philosophical garrulity. l "*A lady-friend of rnino lost very lately a shdhWer.bf mutton, dished, and 1 laid ori'the kitchen table, en 'route to tlio parlour; not'by an excess of gar rulity, or any other frailty incident to our fallen nature ; but by—bear it,. oyp hpnsekeepers of Singlottin!--a hungry an d unclaimed, and 'unknbW (and yet'well- known) greyhound/The dog had followed his ribse, arid that brought him into the kitchen]; , and although ho bad ....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household. THE ART OF MARRIED LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Household. THE ART OF MARRIED LIFE. Unity. THE sacred art and mystery of living to gather an husband and wife It touches the deepest springs of human happiness and success. When the novel reaones iw iw? ouey.?, when the weMing-day crowns the' htppy etory of love and courtship, then begins_for man ana woman the real teat of whet they are| then ie thrown upon their own hands theqaeelionol wb?t the future Iβ to be. In a true marriage the eweet season of lomanoe that preoeaeethe briasleay ie bat theb&t binger of better things to como. But the secret Jβ easilymissed. It is miaasa otteneat probably ?Uroagh the njan'efanlt/'.The'flrat ana great le?aba' of; marriage ie 1 that the thonghf of' : aisbtber ie: to : borne'before the ihongbt of ealfV revelation:wbioh true love makes iethie':\one sees in another soul each beauty and:'aUreetivene?s that its eer vlpe ie preferrea to the eervipe of self;; No emotion whlou looks this high element de gervae to be'; balled love. :The desire of p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agriculture. HAY AND HAY-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Agriculture. HAY AND HAY-MAKING. HENRY STEWART IN RURAL NEW YORKER. IN one were asked what is hay, he would be apt to reply "dried grass." But this is a very incomplete definition he might as will say that bread is a mixture of flour, water, a little salt, and some yeast, quite ignoring the cbemioal changes which ooour in the fernientUig vond tbo baking of the .bread, and upon wt?Jh muoh of its nutritive quality, and this whole of its healthful t digestibility; depend. So with: hay; it is 'grass, not only: diried,: but onred;;and in.the' L proper curing a conaiderable :obange ;i ooahrs in its condition, which adds to its nutritive ; valneiand.its digieatibilityi ?? I do not kaow >if accurate analyses have ..been made of welu. aured hay as havo been madej ot ? green .and dried grass. I have met with none; but>l I know that a very nutritious drink may be made from hay,and that the "value of the dboootion depends altogether npon the man-J ncr in which?? theJisy bos been, made, Th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Science. ON PURITY OF BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Science. ON PURITY OF BLOOD. BY A FAMILY DOCTOR. (Cassell's Magazine.) Corr. N.O. Priciyune. IT has well been said, that as soon as a man begins to live he begins to die. This world is one of constant change every living thing we see around us exists, one might say, in a fermeht of change, and bur own bodies proveno exception to tbo ru'e,;.ln ouc every tissue[there iacontinu aily,' going; on:; a,Vproceaa of' waste :;snd reconstruction, bf; building up and'casting, .Ttlisisnece??ary for-life itself, and, also; in order that life:and health muy be. retained, thoro must bo a, due proportion of material supplied tb/support this constant chemicalaction, for if this be hot thecaso; the "-. general condition of /equilibrium is lost, : the wasted tiB?ubB\npt ibeing .rebulltj decay is the result, and deith:'follows. In other.";wprda, and, : probably, plainer' loh- :gua_e,.:tho. amount Of food,' water; and 'pure air!assimilated, or converted into, healthy blood;;for/the,.nutriment ,o.feur bod...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Repression of Moustaches. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

e | I August 25' ; r ?γ-v!' Thb Mancljpster .Cayrmgq.. fiqippnujyv hueordained' 1 three of theii* ehavW/op , ;; ijjjif- mbOBtW). "Wltet-patt^ulqr: ' (toce'tha bearded conductors on !v tj?ee. ; faeihave Committed jib iQot.yct known. ' But tbie piecp.of,Rflio\ol ) 4cBpoti?m je .sj>' 1 jionilWreeisteS- th gji/iwt.tethau .diveet : {leir facee < pf;' 1 whiskers, about a dozen of--tbe ?? baples m ; tdnattqfcorsi iKjy.e; jewgnedi; .tflwuwfaQlfe I'lffsirVeems.to. Billy,; nnS I - tre - , jtjipt'Uin't.tlie.teJiefifttbehoinbtis ?irtspecnliarJy ? nnfot^tm^ 7 in.tl- t c .tyrec tore .of it?: *3onopapj.,, j Jelr£i hn<l' 'moikstocuo have, however , ,. pure the world began, jMered fit 'wd for , "Thirty ?mm ago Kardly .a Jjie, was 'Mdi&or-a colild f ?iih a taoti?ta'che'in Eii^l^d,, P i.,,. j Jfap?????l)iwute;. K epp^>gef,^ j f ?tj>. e jf oc( | !l?d somehow or jnvanably, connected,, wifcb ! s ;r,eJjgiQri,. orj ?fcbion'.' 'Adam- is il | way ( s c ; i r|preBented o...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Poet's Corner. SONNET TO NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

The Poet's Corner- EONI\ET\TO KTOHTV ., .3I?iH00,WUttB. -' Nluhtt wbch onr first parent know <"*£& mwrt divine. unVhatfTthyttuntf. nf h^t fSliforthUlO7cly frame; -;? ,in n cv,_.... truultictinfdejr, .-, > > ItffKcrcyaol thestrait Bettingflame, ~ | H? "Lm- hive thought such dra-.kn<s¥> Jay conceal'd SSKvOSnnl or who could (iptl, , ~ tuta litMCt stood rcvcal'd, "???__?rH e___ thon mat Tat US'bllnrll 2fS?Sath_?"hun>?cath fcT rtthanriira? strife? ? nolVJ*? .;

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fatel Bathing after Meals. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

?;: Mea)is?; British \, Medical Journal.' ''''."? ?" ' ?',.:.'? !Ewp.cBB r ee pnrcfully > .studied : .;by; Dr. 'NaegiiJ 11 and": ,piiUi?hed j ,,ih,'; ibe ? 'Medical afford a.Btriliingy! juef of tl\e bid , warning ii,ot. ; ,t(>;. f batjie :wltb o.full; B|oraabh.',?,Thb. l ,cnBgB.<;were ?'.those'of' two , JppVsou? ~^Tli]C>.,( p icdr w h^i{ and iri post-mortem exnniiriatfpns revealed; similar ( appearj ancosj affording' a , cortaUi'.!6y^aenco,..tbai death* waS il'do "to"tlie" fulness ..of'.the stomach with food at flip, period ofj ; irnmersioh.; r 'Tb'p 'firej.'^asp-is ,of' a.i.lqdj on.a! .h'opday; "after regaling 1i iraself ,wj.fc}i \. "bre'ad '?~ ,andj Bausftgee'-iind'a : glass of.bper ( j went,{into! with a comrade, for.a-.enim in! tbb' eVcnihg ; and .was swimming gaiiyi ahead of'his J frion'da, "who'n'sudiJeniyJ 'uttorihg' : only'.'an.,indi?tiho't/Bp'u^d]j.,ije| Bank below tlio etitlacW; ap?i^taiippjwaiei quickly at lianVj^'aiiil lie,' W|is; .drajfji-joufc j "wi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Need of Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Tfcejfeel o| Holidays, ?Iiancel.] ?the course of 1|is yoi-y- able writing address, in Jilio Mcdicp-Peychg- .Section at. Jfist week, "V Criclitou Browne instanced, amoncr ? evidences of increased weakness and wility to the neurotic diseases arid in vito fact that !']ann?Bl .hol.v_ v? either fro lt I ?? nn o? he],denied that, ."Jrfiom babiV'brineces?ity-tho f P'flH to o" that "!s? coinbination oif thp intellectual ?co( ies by which' the routine business j 1 ?? is transacted—has conio to look ? *tcjpitefrom his-labours oncoayoar *W of existence. Jn *" wy?, whon wo were, younp this ma ! not the Way in which' the annual tiolida iwoe Tlidsel who coiild 'affor". it'vfent opt; of town/bpttheir objectWWea c gtill r less 1 ;£ roY f cnperati6n,"'ih anyWndnii'eeiis'ei ; Al<jat ? men workeil border;' thpngh^''goheroily. ;in : si'more plesfetiro'ble T*ftyi : "daVip§ r, their Traeatibh tfiaft ; ttir6ughdut'the'fe?t of the '?'yetxr; r: ' Now'the'jSded ?tTo.hn'd' "cxnfcting ?ci^cumM(ii)6e...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liberty of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Liberty of the Press. Newcastle Herald. ONE of the largest and most enthusiastic meetings that has ever been held in Sydney took place on Monday evening, at the Masonic Hall the object being to tiiiop3,'tl\e tjbrroaof theadyorUeenient, jto "express sympathy with the pro ! priotora of:tho Eperiiritj "'Nfitilf 'jf> / tl*b rccont cnso of contempt of Court, a'nil'to .afford the citizens.nn opportunity,..of ~ vindicating ; ihelr. attachment to the great ; of liberty—an unfettered and feaiJes? Press." The ohnir wne occupied I!by-Mr, R. pojylor (Mayor of Sydney),, |innd the hall was'packed to it's utmost jjcapacity, numbers of persons; buing; ;unnblo to obtain adniittanco. Ou, tb'o iplalf(itm,wc^o.about forty gentlemen 'representing various interests. Mr. D. i.O'pDiinor, after making'a vigoroua'and jteliing epejo.eb,' ia whioll ho advocated itho freedom of tlio J?rcss, and showed by |oxtraot3 which ho road' that pouio,; of |thos'o gentlemen wli.o wore now eo.thin aldnnoJ in respect to t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Correspondence All letters must be signed by the authors We object to libels, personalities, abuse, and inane nonsense. Paper kill be supplied to those who cannot afford to waste one side of atheet. i.Our columns are open to alii but. W responsible fur oureorrcspondsnts' : opinioiis. ... ' ..,;.;; ~.;?;;. :.'??.?.!'.? i; ]

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREAT BOATRACE ON THE THAMES. London, Oct. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

GREAT BOATRACE ON THE THAMES. London, Oct. 5. The boat-race between E. Laycock (Sydney, N.S.W.) v. J. Blackman (London), took place to-day, in the pre-<*> sence of a large number of spectators, and was won easily by the former. When off Chiswick <a than half the distance), Blackman Was com pletely beaten, and stepped rowing.--The betting was in favour of Blackman... Ho was blown before he left off pulling. Immcdiotoly after, he lodged with, thej umpire-a protest against; tbe Btak|shoi.tig paid 'over 'to Laycock, oh the 'ground that, be had hocn crossed by Triekptt and -other friends of 'Laycock's/in; a, cotter> The objection was Overruled. j?ain. .fell whjlp thoroco was rowed. Tiickett and Hanla'n wpre both present and witnessed tho contest, „ ~ ,-. '.'; ::_lyyl ..^?V':;ri''-oc't, : Bi' Vi Tho raco between Loycook, of Sydney; and Blackman, of London, took place to-day over tho usual course from Putney to Mortlako. '-. Laycock wa?; tho favorite in the bett...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Police Courts. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J.N. Brooks P.M.) WAIFS AND STRAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

8ingIetQp ( Police Court.!" WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6th, 1880. (Before, Jfc J?N. Brooke, P.M,) , - „ WA?FB AND BTBAXB. ,j . George Trunley pleaded guilty t o suffering one horse to stray in Broughton-street another horse and cow in Bishopgate-street, but explained to the Bench that they were .'jnvtnHon'Wtetner.- \>-.< :???; ? ? ? ?:? ,? .: > 6qfiipi;-scsrgeftnt:'Webb : thouglit that ftwai , j abarUcnBo,.butJ;{ie hordes were,i? separate j etrecte.' ": These; md bo<;n-, taken at .the .! ih?taricb df a tiromiiientpereori in fowpj- who j had recently beeft before tho ! Court; auii : had | dfnwntbe constable's attention to the horses, j ThoP.M.eaid he ;Wpulii ; regard the uorsca as together, anil therefore only fine in t\vo ! cas.csy *17m, 65. : , and'.Cjosts. Bs. .Fine' paid.';;'- , x , -.?..;?'''??!.. ; :t ; '\ '/ ; ''''-x v ';':;:"' : v ? ?t&itmiel lVJMowtittk cbarged with.'Bnfferine iti cow toetriy! in Pdroy-street,':;an(l pleaded BpttguiHy,'.- !???!?.?'?'...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Poetry. THE SONG OF THE SOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Poetry. THE SONG OF THE SOWER. THE farmer stood at his open door, Looked north, and south, and east, and wont; "Good wife, the swallows are back once moro, , jj ac _ sgflin to their last year's nest, I'm off to the fields to speed tbe plough, . Tho birds are singing on ovory bough. ?The rides are dreaming of summer blue, Xrets aro dreaming of rustling leaves'; iad I hive a dream—God mnko it true I— ? 'OTstanding oorn, and'of golden sheaves,' Of.meadows green, and of new-made hay,' And reapers singing at dawn otday. ? Call all the boyB; wo must go afield, To itpeed the plough and cost tho seed: Ood bless tho seed, *nd make-it to yield Plenty, both man and beast to feed! God bless the seed, and speed the plough, For birds are singing on ovcry bough." Then out with his boys tho-farmer wont, , Into the fields the soft spring morn,' Sowing the seed with a glad content, ginning, while sowing tho good eeed-oorn, "God bless tho harrow, and bless tho plough, The corn, the wheat, and tho barl...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

EVERY GBUNINE Home Shuttle SEWING MACHINE - IS STAMPED ML Moss &-Co,; SOLE AGENTS, stdo-y, -isr-s.w. BEWARE OF -v german & birmingham Imitations! -NO X* UAMD- MAOHIHS -JHHnKHH), TO ' ' ' " '„? If.n.—This U ?l?o odnptctl tornsoonTsblo > and Trci?Ue,whlohwo-irlll?nnplv?t?Bytlmo ot?lowmtAmuyjcAnmnr S?r 'm*J. KTO 2 MAOHJNB.Jor Treadlo unoonly h^vw, K? TBU great adr?nWgo ot being srtloVol , with the, tublo, complete, with DlrK<"itOrna mental Iron Stand, wltli baadnomo poU?hpd REDUCED TO _fc.Q. j T<rCs S3 MAOirrNTS, ni above, wlthjpollslicd covci' ItISDUOBD TO AUSTRALIAN home nmii SEWING MACHINE- \ Letter from the Manufacturers'. Messrs. M. Moss akd C 0.,") Sydnet, -N<B.W. t Gentlomen, .. ,' , Our attention having beenoalled to advertisements inserted in one or more of the colonial, papers, worded in sucli 0 manner at to" load the 'public to suppose tbat tho Improved Home Shuttle .Machine, roauuh>ctored by üb, and for which you are th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

j^npastf 'iettef'from " BhbbptoJ.J' in icfely. i$%ia ??'?' Diogenes," i? tinayoidobly holdoircr. ?? ??: \ ? u^'k

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Good Templars' Manifesto. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

, —— n ? :t[\;"' > m The Good Templars' Manifesto. ?? '..;<?'?* ?' .?.*..*.-"> i>7 V", ?-. i r.Tr; T/j"i-s < ;y—. ??? : ::, .',.... ",.Tiioa.;J<. Nionor.5ON,: ;;,,,? : -i . ,, :: ; J- Orend Electoral Dopntf. ; . ?.-, ;. : .;..-.. ; QeOROB BtEVKHSOH, " : , i'i I -.1' \ ,??.??: ??, ? GrandElootorai.Secretary*:? The Indopondont Order of Good fern* plars hae issued a politionl manifesto, v?hich v?a abridge ns follows:~ |1, V " In view of tho interests iavolired in tbe;''ioVthcbnurig, : ;^enWaVi'.E]e'c,tiprj? % it', b'eKbvisa'ri? as 1 inemberij -/'of" ; TtmperahcejOrgarjJ?ajiion in.thJ?Sojujibern heraispb'brb.j'to' iaKeiprompt 'action. * : JaTOj.geea-; b^'.rbcjajmjngjtbe; 'ihdjviduaj. ' ~; j?ud counted .Blt'ractibn?;io ,Ibvf of "kiiib'Bbineni'i?nlr] j' .'? '.Good 'Tomplaf tbdgeVrpbjm,,^(^.|ree; boufcVr'ts'* arid $btK : £iir.', p)ulantlirp"pjb <; gxer 'tiona iri the direction'lndioate^^ : out 'thb .length' and, brenqth j'bf colbriy, j '...

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