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Customs Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

('nstoius Revenue. THS following are thc Customs revenue col- lected for the month, quarter, ani year ended the 31st December, 1881, as com- pared with the corrcBpondinjj periods 1SS3:- ' ' " . îlonth of Décerner, 18*1 ... JÉSS3 IS ll Ditto, US:í V - .J ... , . 781 -8 Increase ... ... " £101 IO ll Quarter ended December ¡tl, las;» ... ... ... JB2:>R» 19 9 Ditto, lt»* ..i ... 2535 5 1 ... . Decrease .',._.... , £31.11 8 Year ended December 31, ISSI : ii: ... .JU0.1S3 12 * Ditto, ISSI ... ... 7183 10 » Increase " "... ' ..; v " «000 1 S Information was last night received by- the police that a Chinaman had died suddenly at Hambledon plantation. It appears that deceased went to work as usual yesterday morning, but daring the day was seized with vomiting, ' and expired about i o'clock in the afternoon. Constable PorOey, accom- panied .by Dr. Koch, will proceed to the plantation, to-di'.y, to make au examination of the body os to the cause of death.

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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IMPORTS. Ex FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

IMPORTS. ? Ex FrrzEOT. Consigned to L. Severin.-2 ates. Consigned to Juck and Netrall.-t caw tobacco. Miscellaneous.-A ease* Itùcuits. 10 hhila flour- 1 '"\Sx¡St"} ¿St Ooi^a'&ià'siunnis.TSo^aîèT!^ Dow, rliilp -ami Co" ajrents. Ex KATOOMBA. CvarisMwl to A. Taylor ana Co.-» drams ail, 2 «ses bini wurt. I do seules, 3 lax» gi*», 21 míes units. Cmisisuiit to L Severin.-3 casks Iclricant. Consiiroed t., P. T. WîniMe.-1 case, 1 kundle ironj" 3 costinifs, I Imndle pipes. Consigned to Burns, Philp and Co.-Ul hhds ale. Miscellaneous.-1 case, 1 linjnry.-Barna, Fhilnand Co^-agent*"- *.' . "*. " ' . Captain Armstrong reports eyperientjT lhrhtrari

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

Our Brisbane Letter, j (FEOIC OC2 OWN OOBBSeToVbKtfr.) j BOISES* ÎH Parliament ts m'rtVÍü<» on ftisUf than it has (forre lately, and thc t.Mul of thc sess*"<>n is visibly drawircr near, litó ^itical event of the week ?ias bec« the victory ot the Legislative IOJHKU over thc Ministry and fht'd followers m fte Assembly with regard to the Land Bill. The Cottneii hnd ""'^idcd that bi»l b.v striking mit ft «ri*«.«tc which «va*, intended Ut settle the vexed qwpstioh of the squatters' prc IT«|T1.»VT; right b ; repudiating any such vondiiSoYi in existing leases if "it did .exist, and also hy "irtsfcrTing tfeiisfcs giving 'to selectoi-s '"(ftc (fight of appeal |Proui the VtocftâftY* of the Land Board, iioth £tf H**«e amendments the Ministrv .haft <#£W.-ircd they would not accept. thc Speaker had drawn up a very elaborate ruling, which was supported by 3ír. O rilli th stating that ,w tfcç Land Bill was a money bill î^c ÜdúihHl had violated Ibe privileges of ...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. BRISBANE, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

LATEST BY WIRE. [VBOM OV1Í OWN CORBESPONDFJiT. Qumaslaad. BRISBANE. DECEMBER Yesterday was generally devoted to holiday makin«;, thc weather heing iîne though J Torj-hot. "Tko <riaie£~iMaUHs attraction was'the Q.T.C. Kace MeetT ing at Eagle Farm; which was well attended. The. following were the results of the principal events :-Maiden Plate: Lancer. 1; Latona, 2; Girolle, 3. Midsummer Handicap: My Love, 1 ; Petroncl, 2 ; Response, 3. Final Flutter: My Love, 1; Response, 2; Elsinore, 3. Besides the races there were numerous steamboat excursions, which were largely patronised, and the trahie on the railway lines was also unusually heavy. ; - ¿ .;>";: ";; uf :' : "Í :'¡ .;? DECEMBER 20. MrJ Griffith intends léáving here for a visit to the South;next Friday, and will extend his journey as far as Tas- mania. DECEMBER 30. The following changes have taken place in the Ministry. The Hon. V. S. Mein, Postmaster-General, has accepted the portfolio of Secretary for Public Instruc...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. CAIRO, DECEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

! Cable Messages. j (FllOM OIJH OAV3T COMIESPODEXTS.) ! OÁItfO, JJECBMBBR 25. Advices received f roui Lord WoIscW state that sixty-four whale boats con- veying .British troops have arrived safely ¡it Korti, between Ambukol and ¡ tho fourth cataract of thc Nile. DECEMBER 27. Aduces to ? hand state . thesafe ar- rival at Korti of a detachment ol the lîoyal artillery. DECEMHEI! 29. A messenger who left Khartoum a fortnight ago has arrived at the British front, and reports that the Mahdi's forces aro suffering severely from want cf supplies, and that many are dving from hunger. Great dissatisfaction prevails, and the Arabs ur*-- ¿rtiiig in large numbers. MADRID. DtocuBEE 28. A severe shock of earthquake «ns felt here on Friday. Eeports from the southern provinces state that the shock occurred there with great violence, especially iu Andalusia, where 190 persons perished from its effects. DECEMBER 29. Later reports from thc southern pro- vinces show that the earthquake and consequent los...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, DECEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

Victoria. MELBOURNE; JDKIEUBKR 2S. Tlie intercolonial cricket match be- tween New South AV ales and Victoria was commenced here on Friday, and continued .yesterday. New South Wales in their first innings scored -103 runs, and Victoria 140 for tho loss of one wicket. DECEMBER 2i>. A shark caught at Frankston on Saturday, measuring fourteen feet long, was found ou being opened to c.mtaiu a portion of a human arm, some man's clothing, and a gold watch and chain. These latter articles have since been identified as belonging to one of the young men named Brown, who were lost with the yacht Iolanthe about a fortnight ago. .?..'.> DECEMBER 30. A fire occurred yesterday at Hor- sham in tîie shop of a watchmaker and jeweller named C. Rennison. When the flames were extinguished it was found that £300 worth of stock was inissin¡r. An extraordinary supposed suicide is reported from Gippsland. In a hut at Iuumbuaiia a man was found hang- ing with his head shattered and a dis- charged gun l...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

SVDXKV, IÎKCKMIIKR '27'. The -A ..T.C. Summer Meeting wa* helli j'Crfwlay. the wratlim l>eïiig K..e and tiie atteiidilifv very largo. Thc result« of thc principal emits were: I December Stakes: Queen V Divn. 1 ; : C;irfiig>T»f, 3 : IWdav, :i. Stimmer**ii|>: Brown difii Mv*P; t j Lord Clifden. 2î Merlin. :i. ClirishfMs Oiïk : The Jewel, ¡1: Maurice Golden. 'I: .K:>tterHv. X I A.J.C. Handicap .-Little lRrky I ; Minerva^ 2 ; The L'rior, 3. A woman named Eliza Sawyer, who* had been under thc treatment ? of Dr. Moor« for some tim«? pant, died from tfitialî-pcrs J**t evening on board tho hospital idíij*. The Board i>f Health in- tend prosecuting JV. Moore for uot reporting tlie case. Great excitement was twited ii* Armidale on Christmas Day by fWper-' petration of a singular outrage in tl»*.» Woman Catholic Church during HcrviVo. Dr. Torreggimia, Kornau Catholic Bis- hop of tlie diocese, had just commenced morning serv:ee wheu an elderly man named Hugh 31'Cafferr, «-» Koirr...

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE WEEK ENDING JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATEE AT CAIRNS. FOE THE WEEK EXDUTO JAXUABV 7. Diiy of tlie week i ¿ : î j ti ; MoruiHir. fAft*i i Ö \ ' : TllüHSDAY FKIDAY .;.* - SATUEDAY SUXDAT... ' MONDAY TUESDAY V>*1ÍDX1.SDAT ! h. m. h. ni. 1 9 -W \ 11 1 12 Si Ul ».S3 1-10 ST 3 ll il) ll 41 «I---- ! -" » s - ai i - -ut « . 1 13 1 SS 7 I 1 39 I 2 li

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER. JM. would respectfully «ill tho atten . tion of Investors to the fact that they ?would benefit themselves materially hy' con- sulting him before making purchases in LAND, as he will gladly give valuations of all kind of properties to intending purchas- ers, free of charge; and from different trnns .Tctions in Land which have lately Clime Tinder his notice, sanio beinir liiade. byline unscrupulous so-called Land Agents, not only will sellers be able to get the highest price obtainable for their properties bnt bayer» may rely on their interest!) being protected to the fuUest.wctent-. JOHN MACNAMAEA, General Am tioneer, Land and Estate Agent, and Valwter, has for Private Sato» Allotment*-Sections 2S, 27, 4, 3, 6, 19, IS, H, IS, 15.13, J6, U,^, and 30, including som« of the finest allotments in the town. Prices of same may be had on enquiry at the Office, Lake-Street, MR. JOHN MACNAMARA, in thanking ' new fa this "IOWTÍ; l*^~to vtf tiuâint them that La...

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Post and Telegraph Notices. MAILS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

Post and Telegraph >otlws. MAILS RECEIVED. Cooktown _ a. n 1 } OATTJRDAT, IO P.M. Port Dougfcis > Herberton "i < ïolilsborough., . £ SATCKUAT, 5 P.M. Upper Ciiup j - Townsville" "V " Bowen I Mackay Brisbane I Sydney Melbourne J Registered letters close one hour before, und Ute letters luúf-an-hour after time above specified (late fee 3d on each letter). English mails are made np to catch the outgoing Torres Straits steamer at Cooktown or Townsville, according to the ti»»e given in " Postal Guide." Mails are also made up and received by every steamer entering or leaving the port (not under contract).

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before R. A. Kingsford, D. Patience, G. Adams, R. T. Hartley, and R. J. Gorton, Esqs., J.J.P.) December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

Courts. POLICE COUNT. (Before E. A\ Kingsford. 0. l'ntienee. 0. j Adam?. B. T. Hiirtter. and B. J. Gorton, j Esqs., J.J.I'.) I 1> seemlier :u\ A. 1). Edwards-charged with drunken- ness. Fined K>s or KS iioars in t he look-up. Charley Clung v. M. Kos-claim for wages j£7: Defendant pleaded indebtedness, but inability to pay, having Êïed his schedule in insolvency. Case adjourned until the follow- ing" elly." CANNIBAL CBHKK. - AVe (COOKTOWN Corana).'ave glad to lie in a position to state that highly encouraging reports still come to hanil from this locality, where Hil per. cent, stone, in Inrge quantities, ÍR being obtained from the three drives now being worked. The machine will commence crush- ing at the commencement of the new year, upon a parcel of 3'JO tons of stone, and will be kept continually at work, the amount of tiniferous stone available 1-ciiig simply inex- haustible. There is nu nbuudnnt supply of .water,., and. everything in connection with the mine bears a most en...

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Indigo Cultivation A Manufacture. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

j Indigo CnltiratioM ¿¿ JitUñfaiinn*. XoKjrHèr,N.en'ltira{or3 aro considerably exer c'isui. ju?. (tí fe.' the úiop likely to »erv» as a substituto fur iL« iSg-W rang: fíouii think fibre plants proinbiug. ann i'lpt-ri favour indigo and rice. Some information with regard to indigo cultivation and manu factura will, therefore, perhaps, be accent r'r^'i T/V' ri}"t'l.v "lout commonly cultiva- is1 i* iHthiii'-f'f.ri l:i'^h>rln, a shrubby plant which gro'-v's fionl Jffi if 1> J*iiíh¿ having wal or inversely ogg-shapteíí iV.'iflef-T «iri'l long narrow pods. f. «ni/ is a larger plant, ittainiug a height of from -»ft t" (¡lt. ami It is a native of the West indies and Aim-i-ii-a. ?'hi' Ityifl'-f-a <-f thin are of a simthalab- lona, md to..' fi»- «'totj ft",l thick. Indigo is rery largely made irWu fl*'?} in»'» l.'/foru any lefinite conclusion eau be arrivc-l iii «« hi che comparative value cf eitlier for Queens' landers, exjierinieuts will have to be made. .VJtJjonsrh both of ...

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Separation. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

S&r¿ic? from pamptuot issued by tlie Nortr ern Separation League : TO THE PCBtXC OF X. QUEENSLAND. j The advocates for territorial sepal ation in Queensland desire to secure the cooperation j of all the residents north of Cape Palmerston. ! Tho. reason* tot séparation ure hn»>fl»> -iii j fMlIvif?!-: ¡ The enormous extent of the present colony ! renders it very difficult to deal fairly with ' all parts. * i .That a ; suit of.( Government situaba} at ßrisl'nnic ii iv»í<it»tc. ¡>i'-.l flie^'fiitr tiiiw't I unfavourable to the i>rogress and welfare ot' : this portion of Queensland, as experience baa shown that rulers resident in the extreme South, whose sympathies, interests, and surroundings are,, essentially influen e<l by S-OHttarii .i-i'-viifitieiii rmiit-t lin'lt"-»-!»»!.!, and are, therefore, unable to assist ana to adequately provide the immediate as well as the growing requirements that the enterpris- ing spirit and energies of the peopl...

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SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

SPECIAL NOTICE. ENGLISH MAIL.-All correspondence for transmission to Great Britain, the continent of Europe, Batavia, Aden, Suez, and Port Said, per Torres Straits mail leaving; Cook- town on tue 6th instaut, must be posted at the post oAce in time for the usual Southern. mail on Saturday the 3rd instant. T. B. DICKINS. Voit and Telegraph Master. Inspector Carr-and his Mack troopers "are expected.|to arrive here this morning, en route for tue Mulgrave Breer, in Mich of the murderers of Donald M'Aulay. A troop from Herberton ia also expected on the same errand. We understand that the Cairns Tobacco Company have, just. landed a powerful hydraulic press of the latest patt«*» for em- ployment in the manufacture of tobacco on their plantation on the Barron Siver. The operation» of .this., company - ha**. hitherto been muoh retarded from want of proper appliances, the last of which ia now für nîahed-by.the presa.in-question» A-large quantity of tobacco, which only required putting through...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

-VRKIYALS, i "Deomliîr S3.-ïitzroy, s.».. Cambia Sighting-all, from Sydney, vía Ilrislsme *¡:¡<1 lsirts- Pussenarera_ 3Crs. Uiineui, Mw. ArcUiiald mill child, Sirs. Mac iaias ned chiM» «Osirs. Neösou, Hill, Areh&aM, Atkinson, I1»«->:U, Tiselly, linell, sud 8 stecrase. ïwïocKvktoS"-Warre,!"» *?*.» c»rtuia Phillips, J>etemh?r 27.-Fitzroy, s.s., Captain Xigatiriñll, Hom Cooktown. Iteeniers-10 stoeruge. Decemlier £3.-Kaiooruhi, sj., Captain Annstronif, from STdtóñrric. via" Sydney ¿nd Brisbane- Yastta» ee»-atoanrst. Barry, Harvey .IWWete. awl 4 Btemv*. Deoemltfr 31.-Zens. s" CST*, bu», fïota John- stone Hirer, ra-s-îenijers-n.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

(uesDslaad Mmal Bai Incorporate«! under " The Coniptinte* Act,'* | tSfct, HANKERS TO TBK GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates. Dmft" issUi-d on Hehd Office, Branches and Agents. Advances made nirainst Tin ami other Products ütbl «ll .<ther usual hanking bluing trrtH*»etwl. WM, CHA& SMÏÏH, Manager. Cairns Branch. rjlHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10s I>er quarter, or X- annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a large circidation. and claim« to he a reflex "of the Wild River tin, silver, ¡md copper mines. EDWARD MYERS, Proprietor. ROBERT CRAIG, REGISTERED I CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, ! ?BBOTT-CTBEET. CAZ BWS,! (next New Tattersalls Hotel I. ] PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. A couplet« stock Pure Drug* und Patent j 'Medicines ia kept. Also, heat Tiranda Ci-jrtrs. Tnlweco. Pipes, Stationery, ¿tc., ¿ie., at iu«»l...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

DEPARTURES. Î>ec2mt>er 23.-Fitzroj-.-s^.- Captnin-Niirhtinfcall, ïorCooktnwn. Pasycu'-rcra-Jtx»-. Knowles and chiM. »IHÄ Str. T. Williams. December 25.-Herlert, s.s.. Captain Keir, for ToxrnsTille, vi* Johnstone Biver and port?. Piuwir. r ««S-*r. Çoltnpf and 3? sttemteC . - December-*.-Warrcsn.sj., Caffaîa ï*HRJSi,for Syiliiey. via Brisbane and port*. December ÄT.-Fitzroy* «A, Captain Hisutjnpdl, for Sydney, vfci Brishana and paita. ?taateofKia ílrs. Hill anti ebiM, Mrs. Boddani, Mrs. Macnamara, alis. Behan, Miss Cairas MOMS. Hill, Boddani. Macnamara» Dunn, I>unn. junr., Cairn-, and ll steoniice.- - ? , " . December 30.-Ka toomhu, s.s., Captain Arn>«*TOB?, /or Kellonrue, via Port Douglas, PaumeeTs-Mrs. Cochrane. Mi*£>a Cochrane, Mas ten Cochrane, air. G. H. Wall, and 2 steerage, .j Decembers).-Zen», a.. Capt. Innes, for Johnstone Hirer. Passengers-Mn. Wanlen Tolmer, Mr. G. Hobson, nod 18 steerage. ..

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

Oui* Neigunoars. [mox OUB OW3C comusroxiucKTa.] -, HEBBEETON. . - Peceuober 26. THE meeting held on Monday evening nt thc School of ArU Hall re-Si'SM and Wil- liams would have been" more largely at- tended but for the circumstance that.it wa3 raining- hard. Those who were there-and the attendance was not very small-repre Í sented well the others, and may be termed the " leading " men. The resolutions were plain, simple, and to the point, no reference being made to tho bids, and were confined to soliciting a commutation of the sentences of death. Thc news received on this day night that M'Neil and Williams were re- prieved and their sentences commuted to im- prisonment for life, the first five years in irons, has given general relief and pleasure. On Tuesday a special meeting of the Divi- sional Hoard was held, l ut the only real business effected was voting JttO to the chairman to recoup outlay on the Hoard's business. The question has arisen who is ! to vacate his seat at the next ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

Special Colena:. ÀTPLi^niiiOWÎÇ^ÂXD CO., LlMITJID. - TOWNSVILLE; \ THE aliove Company Entend, running a Stormier between Toirnsville. Dun-, geness, Cardwell. Mourilyan Ho'-botfr; and I Johnstone River-, leaving; Townsville every Moiftfcly,' Äh-iring af Cálrni 'ou Wednesday j aiterooon For Fares and Freisrhts applv to BURNS, PHILP and CO., . Agents. -S . . JJ ,-c o M P ^ N Yt CHRISTMAS «fcttölY; EXCURSIONS. I .The Splendid Steamers ". ELAMANG,'* 1200 tons, Captain LAKE. " KATOOMBA/', 1150 tons. Captain ABU . ' STBOVO. "QUIRATNG," «-300 lons, Captain MAC tJMf. ? . - "WENTWORTH," 1000 ton3. Captain MUNEO. LEAVE CAIRNS EVERY TUESDAY for. TOWNSVILLE, »BISBANK, STAWKYJ AND MKLBOURKB, $pl£ivdîd Accommodation. No Crush for Berths. Lowest Reduced Rites. Apply to rTj^övittV-vi.» .,. Aît» - SWAÏ-iÂ>\V-S Xi » WHARF..... !; The s .s ZEUS will leave for the above EVERY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at IO o'clock a.ni., Returning same d'.iy. eoil> mencing on Monday, tho SH» ' For Farra oñ-l FRÜi...

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Murder of a Selector by Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 January 1885

Mfir#r bf .* .Sëïèftw hf Black*. . LATE on Christina? Eve a painful feeling of anxiety was ' created in town by thc news j brought in fvoia'the Mntawwrlîiyex by I Donald Shaw that Donald M'Anhiy, a »ulei> tar ta tufti. river: had btSh missing from hi» %lí>í-tion síjfcé t£e i-re'vlotlSj Stinfiajv jipjer circumstances wÜich îïfl tit%ï*# cMMb* "ï tUfc' minds of ,, his ? friends that he had fallen a victim to tho treachery of the blacks. Shaw, who wjts engaged working on ^M.'Au'ays selection, tims reported the-"inattêr to the ppji^i^on ,9Hn-i;ijr UM. W^ffiící'. ait îrÂiiiity left Hie caiiip in a canoe iii com- pany of two blacks with the intention--of going to McPherson's camp. ' As he did. not return on Monday uiornimir T, together with. a black, iua'd^.s'oiiivli .fbi\.lHiu, .Ijnt.cqiild 8(id | 1*0 tVaP'r eT t|'Ë wHûiîËtioîiS, ii'hien îLaile üít feel that something wrong had befalle» bim. Immediately after breakfast we left to renew our search, but had not gone far from onr own c...

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