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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 4 December 1875

COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Morgan (Mayor), and T. Kidney. A lad of about fourteen years of age, named John Lucas, was brought up on warrant, charged with stealing a number of pigeons, the property of Mr. George Cheazwith, of Perry street, Collingwood. The prosecutor deposed that, on the night of Monday, the 1st of November, his premises were entered, his pigeon box broken open, and a number of pigeons stolen therefrom. Valued the lot at 30s. Saw one of the birds afterwards at Mr. Hughes' shop, in the Eastern Market. Identified the pigeon produced as one of those that were stolen. Knew the bird by its colour and general appearance. Joseph Hughes, of No. 9 Eastern Market, Mel- bourne, deposed that, on the morning of the 2nd of November, he bought a number of pigeons from the prisoner. Paid him 3s. 6d. each for them. The bird produced by the prosecutor was one of what he bought. Prisoner said he brought the pigeons from Abbotsford, and that he wa...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FITZORY—THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9. Before Messrs. Marsden (Chairman), McLean, and Woodhead. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

FITZROY-TrunasoDA, DEoasnnsn 0. Before Messrs. Marsdon (Chairman), M~eLoan, and Woodheoad, . John Payne, for drunkenness, was fined A lad named James Mathews was charged with vagranoy. A constable deposed that having bbon informed that the lad' made the Town: Hall his home, he went there and found the lad on the roof of one of the' shedsd, about thirty feet from the ground. Asked him where he lived, and he said he had no homne. The lad's father appeared, and informed the bonoh that he could got no good of him, and addbd, "'he won't' stay w'ith me because I won't allow him to stop out till Cloven. o'clock at night. I won't have that." The bench told the lad that they would give him another chance, and informed him that he would be sent to the Reformatory If he was brought up again. Two boys, named respectively Georgo Perry and Andrew Williamson, were charged with stealing a fowl, the property of Mr. Joseph Cavonagh, of Cowo]l stroet, 'CoUlliiwoodd' The'theft was clearly proved. Tli'C...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Walker, Marsden, Bowring, and W. Kidney. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

COLLINGWOOD, TuaSDAT, DseatmUla 7. SBeforeM esars'. Templeton, PI.M., Walker, Marsden, Bowring, and W. Kidney. / William Dean, said to boe a bootmaker, ahd Henry Keating, described as ,'the ', blower of a penny whistle,"'! were brought' up in custody,; charged with wilfully damaging the property of David Look,, licensee of the Royal Oak hotel, Simpson's read. The following is the evidence given' in support of the charge o:-David Look, sworn: I am a publican." I know the prisoners, They were at ,my' hoiuse last night. My windows woroe broken by themin., They were drinking and dancing., Asked them to go away quietly, but they would lot. Could not say how long they had been in the lhouse, as I was ill in bed. The doctor was in charge of the bar.. When I heard the niise got up and came down stairs, and' asked them to go out. Joseph Richardson, sworn: I am a carpenter, and side in 'impson's road.' I know the risonere. Saw them last night, at five ulutes to twelve o'clock, at the Royal Oa...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. THE SPARROWS' LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

POETRY. THE BPARROW80 LAMENT. Upon thehousetops,pour we forthourplaint' And vent our griefs, iwe cannot take our dinneras; To think we should be drawn with blackest paint, And called of feathered tribes the great. eat sinners. How selfish and ungrateful are mankind, To grudge' us sparrows 'a few little cherries; Do we not swallow every worm we.find, And earn our share of natures berries?P " "Thou shalt not, muzzle..tlibq ox that treadeth the corn," Was said of old in justice to the beast;i'. But, Oh my heart! it is in pieces torn,. To think mankind should grdgeo, our little feast,. From rosy, golden morn till shady eve We make earth 'merry with" our spritely whistle But yet they say we're quite unfit to live, And put in muslin bags our juicy victual. What is our greatest weakness, is it not - slugP ., Men say. . "we eat few.if n.yy;" 'Tis most untrue, we eat up all tho grub But they. offer f'oir our heads a paltry penny..; Oh! that.: sparrows should ever. come to '*. this;,...J_ Hun...

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JIKASHIRE, MONDAY, DEC. 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

JIKASHIRE, MONDAY; DEO, 6TH, This Council met on the above date. Present=-The& President, and Cr, Plant, Dennis, Bastings, .Emory, Clinoh, aid Webster. The minutes of last ordinary. meeting and the adjourned mooeting:wore road and confirmed. THIE NIGHT-SOIL, QUEBTION. Mr. [yam Hart, Town Clork of, Fitzroy,, wha heard in support of a roeneowed applic. tion by the Fitzroy Council for leave to deposit night-soil within the shire. 'He said that his Council would givq a fqal.o antoo that the tronqh?ogg Q.~c. b dotto n a sitiqfaot? za of, TIle Tlrqegslhi~r e ro lijst nothing gquld tlo do~e ntIl the former resolution of the Counoil was rescinded ; and even if the Council was disposed to rescinad that e resolution, 3i would ,take sodo, time.; He r he President), for one, did not feel din.* f .od to roscind,tho, resolutiop. , ,, k r. Dennis said he ecouldt?ot understand 0, the ation of the Central Board of Health ib theo matter. S,If,",said he, ' this night, t soil is a 'disinfoctgnt...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, DECEMBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

POLICE. FITZROY-MoNrAr, DsoHnBna 6h. Before Messrs. Mahoney (Mayor), Marsden, Delbridge, Woodhead, McLean, Hackett, and T. Kidney. Mary Seymour, charged with drunken. nese, was discharged with a caution. George St. Clare was charged with wil. fully damaging property to the value of 10s. He was also charged'with threaten; ing to take the life of has. wife. Mr. Wise would appeared to prosecute, and Mr. Smith appeared for the defence. In open ing the case, Mr. Wisowould said that defendant's wife was compelled to leave him. She w?s ~p.respectablo woman, who was contending with the chief difficulty of her life-her marriage with the defendant; and went on to say that proceedings were penlin, in the divorce court. Defendant had called at the house where his wife was residing, and because he was.not allowed to see her, he threw stones through one of the windows, causing the damage to property with which he was charged.. The following is the evidence :-Emma Cox, sworn: Mrs. St. Clair has be...

Publication Title: Mercury
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M O S S. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

S MOBSS. S?1ai?as tapestry,,by Nature 'spuni On viewleoss looms,'aloof froni'sun,' A snd spread tlirongh lonely rooks aidgrots Where shadows reign and leafy iest,? 01 moss, of all your dwelling-spots, In which one are you loveliestP Is it when near grim roots that,coil Their snaky black through humid soil?, Or.when you wrap, in woodland glooms, The great lone pine-trunks, rottgd red? Or when you lay on sombre tombs The requiescats of the dead. Or is it when your lot is cast In'some quaint garden of the past. On some grey crumbled basin's brim, WithoonohsthatmildowedTritons blow, While yonder, through the poplarsprim Looms up the turreted chateau?P Nay, loveliest are you when time Weaves Your emerald films on low, dark 6aves' Above whore pink porch'roses peer, And woodbines break in fragrant foam, And children laugh .... and you can hear The beatings of the heart of home.

Publication Title: Mercury
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CRICKET. SKETCHES BY PRYING PETER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

r.. , CR IC.ET. SIETCa HEs BY PRYING PETER. i sridAe they are Igrant you,; A kort of unlloked, inoondlte thin?s." .. . . . OUs. LAMs. If notoriety is enviable, then the clubs competing 'for the Collingwood Challenge Cup may envy the Southern Cross, Hoddle street United, "and East Collingwood Rifles, for these clubs have obtained a decided notoriety; but alas for theirhonor, it is also decidedly a discreditable one, and I feel sure that as much as the other clubs may be desirous of becoming notorious, they would be unwilling to be as discreditably so as the clubs I have mentioned above. What a disgacoful defeat the East Colling wood Rifles sustained at the hands of the Collingwood, enough to make them "hide their diminished heads," but now they play on as a cup club, with the same unblushing effrontry, as one of their prominent mem bers did when, having waited till he had received a splendid bat for. his services in another club, he left it, when it most ro. quired him. A' part is a ...

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CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

OUa readers will' iigid rptl thit ,the incidents wvehave endeavoured to nar Tate in the .,foregoiuig :chapter took lace some two or-throoe hours after mtdnl ht d lo, will remoiinbdr' that, t aoarher Dour we lft. CliaOtnqg 1atpon incoifor~talilo onoughl, circum stances as ,Mr.~fracy's, guest. . To Mr. "Bracy, 'theo afternoon advon- ' lure ;of, 'thb 'young' Americati' was .' ?ourco of good-ntur.. amusopcent. 1'You call this a flood,", hesaid: " yo h auld1h1ve bqqn,'itJ pie twelve years ego, or thereabopt,. tospo, an Ausaralina.1 lood in all its niagnifc"ner---,,,,,,. '. And danger," added--Mrs. Bracy, th a sligl4tishuddqr,? ,"',,gon't think r. Matson need wish-that." " Not iiarticularly, madam,'d:i repliedl' he"yoting Imnisi' 'though .I'n" ,i ' con peive thore :'ii lie o'"som~thliig very grandi?pitunesing, the gradual-. " "Gradual! my dear sir;, you are $hinking of your'Mississippi, I suppose, vithits gradual risings, and :fallings. rhero is very little that is'gradtial' inp n 'Aiistr...

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"THE GOOD OLD TIMES." (LIVERPOOL LEADER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

" TH•E GOOD.' OLD ,' TIM ES" Wno can wonderithatl turning with 'a' dlh' frotmi thoetdls ard molls 'oi' daily" li, 'with' i t'?ikii g caire ahd it 'never ending;anxieties, even the most equable and patient. of thoughtful nmentdo some. times pant for ' a return' of, "the good' old time," when (acco'ding; to Gold smith).!' every rood of ground contained a.man," when buttercups and roses cushioned the hardest:.rook, when the lion laid dbwn with the latnb, and virtue ruled 'triumphant? But 'who, having studied his own heart,, the book of uni versal human nature, and. the records of history, can; date that age of gold, can name the monarch whose glorious privilege it was to be its presiding genius, or produce' the' testimony of those who participated in its blessings? There never were "good old times," Even in Solomon's days,, people talked of them as a tradition. Those sons of genius who, under Grecian skies, spread the bright phantasy, themselves looked to the far back then, and narrate...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY'SATURDAY : L .Zabor Omnia Vincit. TO. CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected communications cannot be returied under any circumstances whatever. No notice can be taken of .anonylmous com. .munications. ?Every letter must be accom panied by t'he ,name and address of the writer, not necessar@il for piblicatton, but as a guaraltee of good faith. To avoid inbonvenience'and delta to persons interested we have to request that all business communications, lnlutding advertisenlents, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GanrrzrT & BSPreV?B, and not to the EmDoit. , ADvrnRTssmEMEa T, ini al cases,'to be prepai. Letters and other communikations intened for insertion.'in 'the news columns shoul4 be ' addressed to:the EdtO?.: ': : " . .. . . ' ... ' ? .... ' , · .·T i' i ·rT'i

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COLLINGWOOD V. ABBOTSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

SCOLLINGWOOD V. ABBOTBPORD. 'In; spite of the very unpromising state of the weather, a large numbed of spectators assembled to: witness the continuation of this match. The Collingwood had provided an excellent wicket; to which the Abbots. ford sent Lucas and' Boyd; Bruce and' Black taking the bowling., The first ball from Bruco, Lucas hit into the hands of longstop. 4-10-21. Mair stepped into his captain's place and put one away to slip, Black then bowled a maiden to Boyd. Mair got a single in Bruce's next over, his life however was not long, for he sent one from ilack into the hands of Hayes, which proved a good catch. 5-2-24. Gregory t.ok Mair's place and put one from Black down to Goard at long.off who refused its acquaintance, and giving two thereby to the Abbotsford. Hood, to be a brother in adversity, refused two at slip. Boyd hit Black for one which would have proved a four, but Clayton fielding it well, one was got for it. Here the game was getting slow, being only enlivened...

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COLLINGWOOD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8TH. Before Messrs. Morgan (Mayor), W. Kidney, Wood, and Bowring. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

COLLINGWOOD, FaIer, Dxzontsa Stn. Before 1res'srs o?` ga?gi (Mayor), W. Kidney, Wood, and Bowrlilg., A woman named Grey,ws~e charged ,with, sending threatening letters. Remanded to the City Court.: Jane Read was charged with throwing stones in a publio street,; Fined 20s. or 7 days in gaol. , ,, ! .Whitcomb v. Johnialole.-In this case an order had been made sodme time ago against, the defendant for £5, for 'medical. attepd ance. Subsequently a distress .warrant was placed in the hands of a constable-,who went to defendant's, houspi to, execute the; warrant. The constable not finding, saufl cient goods and chattels to satisfy, the, demand declined to make a seizure., The landlord afterwards put in ;a distreas,,and sold out what furniture was in the, place. Defendant now appeared before the court on a fraud summons. He swore that; he was suffering from disease of the heart and erysipelas .in the head, and that three weeks ago he had buried his wife after a long and painful illness. Ca...

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SATURDAY, DEC. 11, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

SATU$RDAY, DEC. 11, 1876. TnHE balance sheet of tlheo Town of Fitzroy 'is full' of 'interest 'to th? ratepayers. e'' I are soqrz y 'e cannot congratulate them .upon the state of the flnances-that is, :onsidering the public *orks still required to, be executed in the' Town " the ilhancial condition 'i not so hodpeful as,could be desired. i']it has been undier vontempla-) tion the segotiatiug: of qnother, lpan to carry out the necessary works. 'But afterl a qutiiet study:,,f the balance sheet 'of the pasit yeAr not'before 'us,' we are'not'asiisidd tbat that will te the best courge t pursue. W must con fess our. opinion in this matter has materially altered of late. On reference to the figured we find that, including the sum' of £2082iovordraft'at the National Bank, the estimated liabilities, of the Town amounted to' some £8560. To meet this liability, the utmost amount expected (includingL the arrears of iates) was' the sum 'of £1196; thtis leaving a 'liability to be 'carried over to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

MIER. PERMANENT BUItD4l N: Land, and Investmerit "Asgociaton.' gwood shareholders ?ro reminnd¢d that can pay' their subscriptions at' Mr. ms' late shop, Collingyoo'd Arcade, ,,I JAMES MIRAMS; S.cretary. 00 TRUST 'MONEY TO LEND V ,on Mortgage, in one ors more SInterest Moderate..: " /' " Mr; O' HA`LORAN, o Soliitor.' llin st. west, ~lbbour?ooure. TIOE OF .REMOVAL -The Deputy. Begistrar for Collingwood has removed, Gerttrude street td Gore street cort'er, SGOertrude street, .,opposite ,the:, old 'ristmas ?Presents' Book Armade, Smith'st., Colliugwood. ftBooks",1" .., . , ,: ' nsookri .a'o'e e, ii t .m rh ?omI wooa I h'otographi-c.Albt xms! ...Book Aeiade~,Snith st.Collingwood .' od uArct id':, rl ri. t ,i. Ir ':ll , , ritapAlbums Boo: ade> SOnth~li., Colbtngwo,. Book Arcade, Smith'at;i, Collingwood.? Don'itforget the ' . d B krath ,Sitreet, 'Colli gwcodb . AMILY 'ROCE.,RS ANwD PIcOVISION '(E1tCHANT8.i"1' n Cornýr hovt St otiion , Pa.,.-ato. " 's.t'" }ABLTON.'' ' ' O ' .0 Orders pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

'ibitý(asis loonk'vbbated. FIRE' .IN SU RAN CE. The. National Insurance Company Of Australasia (Limited). 'YODER'E; R,AT'ES O.F .PREMIUM. DIRECTORS. ChluIrtiian--Liohiitrd:Tivontni'in, Escq. Vico-Chairnan-Thos.'3Moubray, Esq., J.P. J. L. 1'Cluro, Esq.. i ''horniis'Alston, Es'il.; ,Ti .. 894n. C..d. Jonner, ?M.L.C, ,. : i ;'- 1 Matthew Latng.,Esq.. . Henry Stoplionson, Esq. Head Office: No. 1 MlIarket-square, Collins st., lMelbourne. wVM. MAC?REDIE, Esq., J.r. Secretary,1 THE PREMIER P:ERMANENT BUIL ING, LAND, AND SInvestment Association. . iogistured under "Friendly Soeietioip' Statute" 1805. :SHARES' £25 EAGH. Entrquneo Pee, One Shilling per Share. Fortnightly Subscription, 1s.; per Shallre SOffli t inrk'thlo'isdidcin titits'it S?lhe lmoist liboral-rtonrms And the folloviii rites of Interest to DEPO SI; T O R S T In s.nis. ofm £41 and u wairdl t -oilis .] 8 .. . cnt:iopnim, Serca;:pe'r r ,l " ' :.. ! "t.. F-6 " . '" 7 .,.Payday-ýEvoty altdinate ?hoilday. i OFFICE 620 9LLINrjSTREET ...

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CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

,oaaPrTn xxR X. S'ROM a sound' and refreshing; sleep in the shephlerd's but,, Fritk 'Layton was half;: awakened ..,.by jn ' ~ncomfirtable. Sensation .which seemed: a rrenewal vof. is watery adventurds ,bf, the previous fternoodi. "The'hut:'Was, shiroded in glooirn the flre haid burned' low, and as' hissing and 'splutterifg }sr~angely; the blanket on whi?'ti the:young bush-, an had slept, seemed, saturated, with, oisture; and on reaching onte his, hand ith the' involuntary antion: of'a hlalf Sroused 'limbere',"It'£ollvwit?i' iplhsh; n the ,ground, which two oor, three, hours before had been dry asa' thresh-, nlg-floor. 'In :another instant Frank` `a wide awake' and on his ;feet;i't :the exit, hei,haid opened the qoor of the hit, when a sight presented ,itself which filled him iwith, astonishment and alarm.. Almost the etitire v'llby was; or seemed to be subimergi?e4 SFronk rubbed hi eyes, nioplg ti' a e mnust still be dreaming, . or that the mncertain -light of.thb Iwaning moon in' ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

R. KERSHAW. Family Grocer and Provision Merchant, LANCASHIRE STORE, HODDLE STREET (corner Gipps strict). Families waited on for orders, Eggs and Fresh Butter from best dairies. THOMAS COLES, 'Cheap Family Grocer, 96 ELGIN ST., CARLTON. House and Land Agent., " . P L.. Dya11 FAMILY GROCER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner of Wellington &.Langridge Sts., Iately occupied by A. E. DOWNIE, P.I.D., from his success in the past, and long and, varied experience as Tea Dealer, and Wine andS pirit Merchant, CHALLENGES COMPETITION, N.B.-Wines & Spirits of choicest quality. The Junction Cheap Grocery Mart; N. BALLANS, iTea Dealer, Grocer, And Provision Merchant. Corner Young & Webb ste., Fitzroy. Mrs. J. WATSON, FAMILY GROCER, 82 .PEEL ST., Collingwood. Late of No. 1. The Junction Oheap Grocery Mart. H. J. WINSTONE, Tea Dealer, Grocer, AND PROVISION MERCHANT, Corner of Young and Webb Streets, FITZROY. THE COCKATOO STORE, 847 BRUNSWICK STREET, W. THOMPSON, Wholes...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

s LOCAL NEWS., I; We have received from Gordon and Gotch the A B'C Guide :for December. The petitidn' of the Collingwbod'douncil make that town into a city:was gazetted :s Friday's (December,3rd) Gazte.... A man named Casey states,, that coal thee feet thick las been ioyred' a S ansfleld. , io e ., g Tdn'ders are being called by the Govern.' rient for the construction.of the Portland 4d Hamilton.railway. , The.,length 'is ,53 S iles 3 chains,66 links. , 8 Tho, last of.,the pipes forthe nelv main: the Preston reservoir has been laid, and it Is expected iii a few days' more th'ie' will' Ie 1e a supply of 'water available for" tho: hetropolis double that of last year. :'I f The nedales and' awards of the ilate:exhi biition are now ready: for 'delivery, at thoe! e exhibition offioes.: It is desired that early I 4pplication will,be made by exhibil9rs, so that the affairs"of the 'exhibition may be e flnally'closed.' On Tuesday evening last, Mary Ann Kieley,   of LittIe John s...

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CONCRETE SLAB COTTAGES. (BUILDER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 11 December 1875

'ONCRETE SLABt O dTTAGES., Tihi economical constriction of cottage wollings is a subject which hbs 6f late years received a great ddal'of itteiition;" lut it must be "adinitted' thit' 'th "'ractical resultsdiitheorto;ipttai.ned© have dot been sufficient to:satisfy. either ithe philanthropist or Ithe'reapitiste:';"'It'.is dssential to a successful solutii?nof thii question that la ,laborer's oil'" arti?n's cottage shohld' fulfil the foll if' iig:'n"I ditions, 'viz:'- 1' I "t'hold 6cotait'te, requisite accommodation for a man and' lis wife ,with :a:familybof say four or' six children; , separate sldepiang"'apuir-': eients ;eiing provided for the ~opys1anc girls. 2. The coist:'of construoltion should be so moderate, as to, admit 1of the cottage bleing let' at such a ,rentaes, can be conveniently,paid by the!tenhnt," dnd yet yield-a fair' rethrt'for~' he'.tttt. ly. '8. The" tiode' of contruio should be such', ? o oid,tii eiece?.s of 'frequent repairs.. To thes?r three' .?rincipal requir...

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