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MEETING NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

MEETING NIGHT. The German professor, when he bad fin ished our lesson, and was waiting for the thunder shower to pass — for, though he had brought his big blue umbrella, he did not care to face the flashes of lightning— suddenly turned to us, and said : ' It was exactly such an evening a3 this I saw Leopold — ' We looked up at him and waited. We knew he was about to tell us a story ; he al ways began ill this way, without preface. 'In my native village,' he said, 'people believe that whoever will go alone to the cathedral 011 a certain midnight in summer, which we call ' Meetiu? Night,' and with his own blood, and a quill from a bird's wing, write the name of a dead friend iu the form of a cross at the foot of the altar, may see that friend and speak to him. People be lieve this, but very few ever try the spell. When it comes to the point, ghosts scarcely prove satisfactory; and writing in one's own blood is rather a solemn proceeding.especially in an empty church at midnight. ' One...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

frill' IjIKi) ok an M.P.— An M.P.,' doplor iiiY; the 6vil'6fTcota of London habits oil the iiimltli,-,siii(? thatj.w6i-o it not for tlie Ameri can Co'b IW|i Bitters he co\ild not live ttfrougli with the irregular Iiouvb lie was foVceil to . Keop; Suicl lie : 'As soon as I fctl weak arid oxliauated. from . long night stSaioiiB and meals At irregular hours, I re sist to my flop Bitters iii-toad of stimnlants, Tney reguliite my bowels and keep my ap- : p^tito good,' my brum clear, nnd niy streiigth aiH lioulth dre prdserved.' Rend if OOli 'fcEAMS i W«©i- TEAMS ! ! WANTED at'6nce,; TEAMS' to Cart ? VY Wobl; iiUo Bill ra mild or Hay fl'om Siatibns near Ivnnhop. Apply:1 MALCOLM & BEATY. ,Ag«tkt£ffoV Perni6'v?tt:nf Wright &: Co. Labour Agcncy aiiil Rcgi^iii'V 4Mlicei Mcgistration Too, 2a Gd. iSugngbihoht tec, i. .. \ ; , 2s Gd.. Malcolm & beaty have tho ; following on their books. . J . dpen foi.''' Engagement — Married' Couple' (botludary-rider) for ' _ .Dut-statio...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JULY 19 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

i . .'imiimAMSi Svdney. Jtj£y f9' After deducting expenses the Bulli Relief Jfnnd amounts to over L37,000. No further cases of small pox having occurred,- the quarantine ground will be cleared, this week. i tiere-is a growing demand tor labour in- tho country. } Complaints ni% made, that the eon tractors for the Hawkesliury Railway Bridge employ numbers of mon oa Sundays,- Mr. G. A.- Lloyd's two sdns haVe,' on behalf of their father accepted the chul lenge from' the member of Assembly, presumably Sir.- Melville to meet liim at any timfe or place most convenient. Tho' challenger is thinking- over the matter, -or at least bus not yet sent &ny reply. The mangled remains o£ sorhd' nii known person were fouud on tlie rail line neut- Aehlield this morning. Iii- response to a- deputation;- the Minister of Justice declinese to rein state Mr.- Reeve to the Gfosford bench, but he will be given a- position in an other' district equul to the' one he recently held. Jl Q'.- H-iinbff,- ene...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
THE WIDOW JOYCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

THE WI»©W JOYCE. ' What x lovely place !' I cried, looking from my seat in Mr. Bunco's waggon towards a house nestling in a perfect bower of roses and climbing vines, shaded by large trees and set in a garden that stretched far back 011 both sides from a wide lawn in front. ' Ya'as,' drawled the farmer who was car rying me and my trunk from tho railway sta tion to Dr. Conroy's, ' ya'as. That's the Widder Joyce's place. Old Joyce he made a power 0' money in Australia, way back, time U tut iUBt yuj u UJgyJU , UUU lie ieit l UC UUJi on't to his widder. Don't seem fair, some how. They do say, though,' said the farmer, as if taking some comfort from the gossip, ' they do say she'll lose it all if she marries again. Miss Jane will get it then.' ' And who is Miss Jane?' I asked. ' She's old Joyce's sister. Allers lived with him an' kep' bouse till be was married. Lives there new. A cantankerous old maid as ever you seen, but somehow they pg along to gether. Tho Widder Joyce decs a heap 0' ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
FROM LATE EXCHANGES. LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

fltoM LA.TE EXCHANGES! : London, July 14. Sir Graham Berry saw the French Minister for Commerce, respecting the representation of France at the forth coming Centennial. Exhibition ... in Mel bourne. He will in'terview the direc tors of the Paris- International Exhibi . bition of 1880 on the same subject on Friday next. ^ r. r , ; Mr. A. J. Balfour, Secretary for xreianu, will iirxo year liniuLi uuu a Land Purchase Bill for Irelund, 'it is hoped, will satisfy ull interests in that country. The Hon. A. Evely n Ashley lias an nounced his intention to oppose Sir GaoftiS ifi'ave'lyan, who is contesting, the Bridgetonf division of Glasgow in the Ghidstonian interest. , .. . M. Katkoff, . the editor of the ' $lttigow Gazette/1 and the' pWSo(if(- adviser of the Czar, is reported to be dying.- , The demonstration which takes place in Paris to-day on the anniversay of the storming' of the Bastille, is caus ing great excitement.- ©le stfeets bf the city ure nlroady being paraded by thousands o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. THE ELIXIR OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

IRoveltst TOE E'MXIR OF lilFE. . In a sumptuous palaco at Ferrara, ono I wintor evening, Don John Belvidcro was . entertaining a princo of the house of Este. ? ? In thoso days a banquot was such an ontor ? tainmonfc nB only royal wealth could afford. Seven beautiful women woro exchanging . gay badinago around a table lit witE' por . fumed tapers, surrounded with wonderful : works in marble, which stood out in strong ? relief against tho background of red stuc coed walls hung with rich stufi's from tho . Orient. In sheeny satin, Sparkling in gold and jewels whose lustro could.not rival the flashing of their oyes, thoy were discussing . their lovers and thoir loves. Tho woman seated next to Bolvidoro 1 . looked upon him with glittoring oyos. 'X would not call on the bravoes to kill my lovor if he abandoned me.' And alio . laughed' softly ; but hor hand convul Bivelyshattered n marvellously carvodfruit ?dish. ' ' ' When aro you to be the grand duko ? ' . asked another of tho prince, wi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Hay Jockey Club. FRIDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Hay Jockey Club'. .. , , Friday, July 15/ I To-day' #as .cloudy but fine, am)„tho course dryer, though greatly cut up. Thero was a largo attendance, over 1,000. The fol lowing are the results of to-days racing .. CARRINGTON HANDICAP JfightliKht, ... ... .... 1. Wexford; 2( . Saxon,- ...- ... 3' Won by a length, BRACELET' STAKES1 Ai'sa, , ..; ? ... 1 Drumatiek-. 2 Seashell ... . Z' A splendid- race, vv'on' by' a' nose.- Tim^ 24Becs.- - . , , , ? ,''v HURDLES' : , Littlo'john ; ...- -.v.- : I, Count ... , . ..; 2 Won By fdfir lengths. . Time 4m. 44sees; WINTER; HANDICAP ' . 4-buso ... ... . , I Drumstick --»?-. ... 2' Vermont 3' The best rac^of the mooting all b&ing | in a bunch for part of tno distance, won' by a hare nook.- Timo 2in 32secs. - PRINCE OF' WALES STAKES' , Genoa ... 1' fionaldV ... 2 Postboy' ... 3' ., Wpn by a lengthland a half, hard held'.- ' j . FRKE ifANDIOAP' , Abtise and Flash of Lightning' doai' lib at oho' Wexford second.- Tiine'2m lOseo.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Poetry. The Farmer's Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

; poetry. The Farmer's Wife. 'Farmer Hayseed talked to a friend Of tho ways of country lifo ; And ho said nine-tenths of Bucccsi* . , a* Dopends on ft farmer's wife. ' - 'Nov/ I hid ono in a thousand, ??? ..Or Lwouldn't remark to-day,' ? , My farm ia without. n mDrtgnge, . ., And I haven't a bill to nav. - ' Sho was up at four in tho morning, Sho could milk twelve cows mid' then ? Food all of the pigs and chickens Ere alio wakened tho working men. : ? And then she would cook tho breakfast, Oft .minding, a child the while; And yot it was only rarely ; . Sho hadn't a pleasant smile, ' And so by six in the morning ... Sho wns ready for her day's work : ? : For a wife that Is worth the name ' Docs not know tho meaning of 1 ahirk.' ? . -And aho had to manage tho dairy, Tho cooking and washing too, With many a job of cleaning ? That any good wife will do . ' ' Tho children ?' They were her comforts j For sho said so every day, And aho worried and fussed about them ; So I let hor take her ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

MALOOLM& BEATY, ?JWWft iwtf #M-m Splits, 9nlm0, SUnliontw, «wl Hjiuut K A ^ SI A N A. Hi H-. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to ftRAW 'UP APPLICATIONS Under tho Ctoww Biiuuls Act of 1884, And puss through the x^A-isri} office, Also appears at tho Local! Land Court, And' attond to any m , .lAK !*- KITS' I NES» ' . Entrust!^ to th$t». * Full information and particulars on Xaiul Matters to-be had fro'n MALCOLM & BEATY, BulrnnuTcT. KMsioii of Runs'* notice. Malcolm & beaty are pre pared to execute M«lj-S and Tracings of Liunl ; also Plans, Specifications, etc. mis Australian Joint Stock IBank Incorporated by Act of Council, lSfi3. TJAID UP CAPITAL— £500,000, JL with power to increase to .^£1, 000,009. Rkbrrvk Fund — £2SO,000- HEAD OFFICE: SydneV, LONDON OFFICE 2' Kino William Street; E.C limncfiea tlirougliout New South Wales and Queens* lHnd':' Agents iivafl the other Colonics and in Great liritalhj America,! Indiaj. China ; and correspondent t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Balranaid Hotel (TATTERS ALL'S) ( \ Mrs. M. J. MURPHY BT\GS to annumiCQ to her fiicndH Ami tlib : l-ui-ho; llicvt s]]e |ia8 now talton tho jv ^liluiyo well-known HoteV: lt-^vilh be lu^ ;:,y ijn«lc^vour to^vonduct.tird^aHnics^.Bo thut £v .It may v^bitma't? ^ j ^^r u.lSvcry : attention piuil td Boiirdefs hhd v VIHlfcora: -r . . ; . Tlie lurgc^t ami moat commbilimta liotkb ih town; / §#itw$, iScfrsi, & Jjptvjtsi titc §^-sf gomte always in itoolt: frifsst-'class StaMhig. EJiBSiai'ite. -1. J. MUlil'HY; Proprietress. t..AMERY^ Sommercial Hotel; M'MAHON BROTHERS, Pii'ilMUKTORS. M' ESSRS. M'MAHON BROS. l.e» to notify to the piihlie of Bal i'aiiuld tuid district, , that they have taken Jhe rilibve well-known Hotel, and Lope tiy yivin^ every attention; to innrit u fair share of support. , ? Every iibeotnmodationj witK . iiofiie . Eorufortsi: Vi t, Sanipie Rooms for tiomtnertjinl Travellers,. ? ._,Goorl 'Billiard Table. First class ; Sta^linw^ Accommodation; Best Brands always kept. M'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

BIRTH1 i Kekbiob:— At Balranaid on th'o JSCh inst., tho wife of Joseph IConrick, Lake Wal dara,,of a son; ^Ite giticnmt Jiemte WEDNESDAY, 20th; JULY'..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

PASTORAL.. Balranaid. Jltverina Recorder Office; Tuesday JJvoniaf?; The weather dliring the past week has been of tho-- most favorable description for these distnets, consequently paatoraliata aail Hjgriculturists-are comented. Aa to lamb marking tho percentagp willj be satisfactory.. Murrumbidgee — Guudagai, .5ft lQin ;,Huy Bain. sofc.in this afternoon.. 1U-AERS.- lfift 3In ;- Wagga, 9ft j Balranaid; 13ft Giii Darling— Wilcaniiia, Oft 7iu ; Menindie, 14ft 8in Poonearie. left 8ia ; VVeutworth, 13ft STn: Murray — Albury, 8ft; Waliguiiyali, ; mf£ Eohuoa, 23ft 9iu ; Swan Hill 12ft 2in ;? . jEiuton, . 12ft lin.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

A Wonderful City-— Tlio city of London is tho most wondorful placo in tho wholo world, and its frequenters the most w'onder ful peoplo. It is the smallest of cities, bnt tho most valuable. It has an area of ono square milo, but that ono square mile pro duces a rental of Jour millions perannum.and its inhabitants pay one-seventh of tho general rates of the wholo Metropolis, which has an area of ono hundred and twenty square miles. Land is now sometimes sold in' tho country at about ton pounds per acre, which iB equal to a halfpenny per square yard. It has been Bold in the city at six hundred and forty pounds per square yard. In other words, the price af a square yard of land in Lombard street lias realized a sum that would purchase a nico little freehold es tate in Berkshire of sixty-four ncree. It is calculated that ten thousand people enter tho city dully, Sundnys excepted, in hope of making money without ' toiling or spin ning.'

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

William G. Yuie (Late H. Williams); facneral tSt$r-Jkcey-k', Wine, Spirit and Produce Merchant, i8 'W A 1ST H[ ILL. y'TX7' tr. YULE . having purchased tlio 7 V # interest hold by Tiis lata Partnfer . G. Tweedie, is prepared to supply at lowest piuoes, Ironmongery, Wine and Spirits; Wilisky (8 year old); ( Grocery, Drapery, And all the other neceBaarioi of lifo. J3 Hav juig the Largest, Seat', and Cheapest assort ment of ,GOOD3 iiji the district, he. can con fidently invite inspection ;When every aatis lactioujwlll tie given', U v aoent Foil— Dalgety and.Co., Limited PhoenixljFiteflnsiirauca Company National Mutual Lifo Association JWiillnch Brothers John Buucle , Hugb.Lcnnon, eta, etc, _. .. 'A Large. Stock of wocilpacks and Sheep Shears (Best Brands), f MEN'S BOOTS from Ss (id; and ail othor : Goods iu proportion. TOtite (Stoari Sjatcl, SWAN HILL; Ellis Hook, ^ _ PROPRIETOR. BEGS to intimate to tbe jmblio of Swan Hill and district that having Wile several alterations and improve me...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

flDiecellaneousi . Feats of Jdckeys.— Frank' Butler re marked, after ono of Lis raoes for the Derby, tbat ho could havo won on cither of tho first ' threo horses. I do not know who tho othor two jockoys that opposed him woro, but I can quite understand tho thing being fea sible. Two men had ridden their own horses in a raco. After it was over, tho winner, who only (rained the verdict bva head, said to I1I3 opponent, ? - 'Now, if you liko, I will chango horses and run for tho same amount again, weights and distances as before.' This tho other jumped nt, nnd, after due 'time, it- was run off, when, to his utter as tonishment, the loser of tho first raco was again beaten, nnd tlio losing horse snccc3s Many instnnccs aro to be read of whore jockoys, after winning a race or match, have persuaded somo friend or mnster to buy the horse that wna opposed to thom and make a match with tho winner,' in which enso the -result has been reversed. Tho ' Druid ' records ono or two instances in which...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

PROVIDENCE Helps those who help theumolves. Nature has pro*. vidcJ herbs for tho cure of human ailments, and medical ecicnco hai dwc^t-crtd their bcu.iu^ |»owcrt/ 11 ml tho proper combination ntccasary to conquur, di-ca«o. Thc reault of thesu discoveries and combina tion is— Dr.- Bell's Bitters For many years it has been tested In severe caocn Kidney and Liver Diseases, Malaria, Dyspepsia, In* dij;c?-tion, Weakness, lassitude, he., and invarUblv it' has given relief and cure. ThoiiBanda of teaUmonUIu' have hcch given'.' nhd it most popular where best' known.' St-A01L¥ $£ MOTfitLY EVENTS.' lleadachc. — Tlio Stomach {^'disordered. Cleanse ao'd* Kettle it with Dr. Bell's Bitters. Indigestion.— Start the Eecrctioaa o! tbe Stonudi' with L)r. Bell's Bitters. Jundice.— Blood' poiboncd by Bile.' Gorrccb tho' Liver by uslh^'Dr. Bell's Bitters. . Loss of Appetite. — Tho stomach' is, failing. First' cleanse it ; then tone with Dr. BcU's'Bitters.* Torpidity.— Inaction of Liver.' Start it up wit...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Serious Accident; A very serious aiid extremely painful accident occurred : at the Railway truck-ing yards; Deniliquiii, on Monday morning last, tc- ili'.'JoDn Watson, (son of Mr. George '^Viitsorfj ^l«e tfell-kno\vii_ Victorian; . sportsrcitm): ? M r. Watson; who. was in 'dharga &f a riiob of Queensland cattle, vfns eri^aaed trucking, them on the inorning named/ whefi it, was noticed . that ono of the bullocks liad got down iii the ti-ucU, -which necessitated unload ing. 'fie truck was unloaded, and Mr. Watson was in.' .the forcing-yard, when due of the builocks rushed at ? Mini. The unfortunate drover climbed tjie fenfce; but did .not .get out of the reach of the beast, and ? it got it slioi'iis between Mr. ?^Vatson'S legs; and pulling him off t]ie fence, grfadud linn in the corner of tlie1 ^ard. due of the horns pierced Mr. ~ SV atson'si groin; and the other, after in fecting ierious and paiiiful. injuries, Vent thFough bis tliigii: After that ? the bulldbk seemed to go b...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. For Women. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

ibumorl For Women. 1 ' ? - A captain who attempted teacliimf 'nauli-^ calism to a party of- Indies on a yacht, not '/ - A ',V- long since, fnrcd ns follows :— ' ' o£tifo°ixplaii1 wlmt 18 ft o!ooprnsWTO^ii« ca^A. sloop has bllt one mast,' rerfie^th^^l i. , 'Is tlutf a sloop?' (pointing to a schooner.) a^ ^ ^ 6choonori A oloop bn9 but ; one mast; a schooner has two, ns you. ^?Certainly. -How many masts lnw ; 0 ; 'How many masts did you say a sloop' - : ' ' 'Ono. Sloop one mast, schooner twbysiiip ! * ' Is that a schooner?' pointing to a sldop; - ? ' No, that's a sloop. Sloop ono'. mnst, ? -y * '?&! 'That's not a sehooner— that's a ship. - ' Don't you seo it bos threo masts ?' , . - - ? 'Oh, yes.' Isn't that a big schooner lying'. at the wharf there I' 'Sohooner! Now, how many masts Ina that 'We' what has threo masts?' 1 ' Sloop 1 Sloop has one mast; I tell, you ; ? ' schooner two, ship three.'- . « Whr. .TntiP hnw shmWI arA fM.'antf . £ tlio other lady. ' A sohooner m Quite ob...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Mount Wycheproof. July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Mount Wycheproof. (?FROM OTJlt OWN COIlRKSPONDENT.j July, 14. We regret to record the death of Mrs. i^uderson, wife of Mr. George' Arider sofr, fi'uy and corn merchant of this itivrn: On Friday last, about 6 p.m. ihe deceased gave birth to a son, and a few hours afterwards the sufferer died, the Cause of death being attributed to the effects of child birth.- The deceased lady was buried in the local cemetery, rilud the large cortege testified to the Respect in which Mr. Anderson is iYeff? in this district. The Rev.- Mr. Kirk ?frflod conducted the burial service. On Saturday last the engine of the 1'0'35 a.m train, whilst proceeding on the turntable run off the tine, but we are glad- to say no serious damage w«s? rtone'. A great many passengers suff iced inconvenience, as the train was five hours late in starting. Professor Menton gave a Reries of Entertainments extending for 3 days in iShe local Mechanic's Institute, and on 4ach evening had very fair audiences, his cleverness in sle...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Koondrook. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 July 1887

Koondrookt fpitoil' OUR own' OOIlRESFbNDENT.V .- . . July 16. I notice in your' isstfe' bf 13th from' your Muri-abit correspondent, a para-' I graph' in- reference to the Kobndrook Tramway,- in which lie' states, that ; ow ing to the action of the Swari Hill Shiro' Council it will deliiy ther making oE the' Tramway for years:- YoUr correspon dent hat) evidently never read tho' Tramway Act, or, if so, has not sense' enough to understand it,- otherwise he I would not have writtfen the paragraph/ The Shire Council has no power under the Tramway Act, either to' proclaim a Tramway area or' strike' a Trumtvay rate,, unless petitioned to do so by, at least one-third of the ratepayers re-' siding in the area through' which the' Tramway is to be made.- i Fublio m on lings were held in Koon droob and Keraug,- after no tie* baing! * 'i 'duly Ijidvevtisfid in liot-li (hfilobnl |-il]\hroj . feigndjl respectively liy Messrs; Ji Cnllen ijimr, Kumiig; und Wm:' . Buckliiml,' * ;Kooiliilrook, ? .lioi...

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