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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
3IELIIOU3NE. StT GRon SELLIrO AT TlE? DIGGnras.-The fln*wtnte is an cttroet of a letter from a corres. Iondent at Foresi Creek :--" Whterer amosnt of rime there is cmongst us, is ide,ledl rhliflr by drnakenness ald earees~r ;ns. The former lne prv?nils hero to an ePnorons extent, in cnseqtenre of the noumil.er of slr ,grog estalslih. manto wh.eh are beyond counting?. Indeed. shouu!d have no h;eitation in declaring mr belief that avery fourth tent does a little in t'hat line. The modus oterandi i" this:--There are two clscoeof persono engaged in the illiricit tr?: the wholesale dealers and the retailers. The F,rmer c.art up the eapplies from 3felbcrne, and st?.i: the tents, ?.hse kerpers are al'owed a pro prrtionste Ihare of the profits, as their eomnns ;on : dca!in~ of this kind are prosecuted to aa incredibll exte::t arl thene spiri: factors and epirit sellers are ralsing enormnns pr.fit=o from the large andl a.l-pnated prices they obtain and the ilnme:,o con?rmption. Anot:her eil ...
SYDNEY GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
SYlDNEY GOLD FIELDS. .troawooo, FEtutEAnr 21.-A new gold feld bas been di-covreal at the Little River, abont eight smiles from Braidwood. It has turned out were favonrnh!e, and no doubt will viehl a rich profit. The gold is of a corier deseription thoa most of that in this district; the largest nsggets found as yet I believe have been about - oz., which, though small enough compared with some of the "iumps" which have been from time to time exhibited in Sydney, vet bear the palm in this southern god, region. Only thirty-two lienses hbire been ns yet taken out on the river, but many are prospecting in the renge;, and when the Commissioner pays another visit next week, no doubt more claims will he oe cupied. The total number of licenses shows, I believe, no great falling oef from last month; though, from the number of parties engaged in proqpeting, there are more licenses taken not then there are persona ?atnnlly tf work. In this new field the gold is flnd seven or eight feet below th...
CHLOROFORM THE ANTIDOTE OF STRTCHNINE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
CRAtOITO ) THil ANTIDOTE or sraclt'atE. Tan fallowing highly imp rtant i;frrmaton in the shape of a letter from Dr. Ford, appeared in the Melbourne HeroMl : " On 1o::day, Mlrch 1, 1 52, at one o'clock, in the afternoon, I .ws aleled in haste to Res a woman, who, I was informedri, had swallowed a large quantity of strychnine; and. knowing the fearfully rapid and fatal effect of that poison on the animal economy, I immediately prosided myself with s?mie chloroform and hastened to the spot. [ rrirel, so?ne ten or fifteen nrinr'es ..fer the rpi n :?ad been swallowed, jnst ?s it commseel to take effect, she was quite conserims then, and her manner was very vin lent, decl.nrin she knew me, an ] wota. net be :avel. I entMi not get her to swallowr, nd, immediately, the most fearful, I 'shonld say frightfi:l spatsm coramnenred. (I may here oh serre, that atreheine is so annidly fatal, front -eting on the naerres of reapiration.) I imme dia:tely anpp!ied a :andkerehief, with shoat three dann,...
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
-urvr rig 3z eitijeu3ct . CGiELONG. C?1. lAt.n OCT. March 6.-Thomas flugh?o, banrqe, 310 tnw.. 3 C. F.runooa~ , ourster.for I.ondon via elhourno . No pacengers. W. T':nlmn, agteot. March .-A.net,.ani Elizabeth, sachoonr, 71 tn.. f.S; tear:T. m-:crr, for llouirt Towa, P.1 e er,: - Mr. 1,o.i, Mir. Parish, Mr. 35.:reh 6.L-Brothers atI Sisters, sohooner, 25 t,?.a, .J. Watts, moaste, for Melbourne. SAIL50. Mr-cih 8.-Thomas ilaghes, for London ria Melbourne. M?r?b S.-Agnes and Elizabeth, for Hobart Town. Mrech 8.--Doe, for Circular Head. Per Thiomas Ilugea - 242 bales wool, Timms; 123 do, Hopkins; 30 do0, Fenwi:k ; s2 do, Champion; 204 do, Flower, M' Laren and Co: 28 do,J. AJCowio ; 10 dalo, E. Weasthy and Co; 144 do, JackE'on, Rle and Co. ; 247 do, Ileapo and Grice; 24 casks tallor, Jackson, Rae and Co; 94 do, William Tinman; I o:ne mutton hams, Strachan and Co. Reeapitulation ; 1149 bales wool, 118 casks tallow, I case mutton hams. Per Agnes and Elizabeth: 59 bullock hides, J. W. Jolmon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
T O ( ' D .- Th o A l ship SE i . , • .err- Fo hreit w5r op rid to ý...?y O -.,,' STF A3 TO AND FROM GEELONG. Alteration in Time. N' ad after Monday next, th' 23rd instnt, the " ES3TA," steamer, 1i1 leve Cole's i'harf every 'onday, d.d?.sday and Friday mor:'ig, at ni e 0'clck; aand the Wharf, Geelong, every ?Esdeay; Thnrsday and Saturday morn iti at nineP O CIlCk. N. B. This vessel will not tow on her psisagges. GEOrG XD CrOL Wharf. Febntsry 21.18 25. A_pHRASTA. STEAMER. plying betweeui Melbourne, and Gee long. riE above steraner leaves the Geelong T. i.arf f,r Melbourne . every Mon ,a, Wednesday, ud Friday mornings, at ' o'clock precisely, returning every alternate day. - J. B. IIcwrrox S Co., "G elong agents. y,.ra-street, Jan. 1, 1852. FOR SYDNEY DIRECT. r'l HnE fast-sailing Brigantine VELFlCI'TY, Captain lM'Veigh, is now landing her inard cargo, and, if not sold, will im mnediately after her discharge he put on the terth for the above port. For freight or passage apply to Titosw...
SYSTEMATIC MISREPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
A few days ag.: wi: alled attention to the remnarkable iikiclity with iwhich the Melbourne papers recorded anything disparaging to tio e hallarat gold-field. and their remarkshle agreement in over looking or iisrepresenting anything favourable. Tie Herald .hs since ac knowledged its l.st nmisstatement, but in such a manner as to create another falso impression. The Herald says: - " We re in errnr ef.tenl6y in statin- that the B&lrnst F.-.,rt tir.uiht >w!oe u:niv 52 onaces of :l '' he quant:tv th at arri·il '?s 810 ounces. Wlrt ip:o. m: thlt Argus ils fnl'en into t siihniur error." The Ilerald should try its pen at another c:.rrection, a:d p!:iin'- state that 758 ounces was the quantity to Geelog, and 5' to NMelb:ourne. As for the ArTus, while it s.ys thnt " it feels beund to I;ccp the publie .apprise.l of the real state of the vr.rious go!d diggings of the colony," it takes care t6 overlook orir telling faets re specting the comparative richness of the Ballar.t and Mount ...
MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
MELROURNE. 'AErVED. 3sarcb 4.-City of Melbourne, screw steamer, from Lacnceston. Prssengers: Dr. Glapoole, Mesrs. Whyte, Lloyd, Drne, I.T inm tone, Fal omer, Crcker. Chamnbes, Mrs. S-ott and child, and sirty in tbe steerage. larch 6.--led Roter, kchoner, from Warr anmbool. Passengers; L3esamaes riummer and Lanyard, MEr. Essell, and twelre in the sterage. Startia Lnther, rbip, 1 Sl tons, Kenny, com ntanier, from I.ierqpoe. 7th Norember, and Case of Good Hope, 22nd Jan. Pasi-enrs: Ret. J. 3ceBean, Ilai and family, Mrs 3l'Pher sonr, fesfs. o Ban:ur, Abercrombie, Redmayne, Wels, Patterson, a?n P. Callen. Ei r aud iLdyr. Cralry. ~vele and fminyi. Clarke, wife and familr, Knight and wife, Kelly and wife, Captain Diaper, Tnompnon, Knibgt, Pelling, LizAtfoot. Ogilvr, Smith, Green, Erne. Jovnt, Caldectt. Uawin, ianroiin. Aston, Bl.ruett, S.irenr, Noon, iastenr Clarke, and 165 in the i=termediate and aseerago Ritnd, snip, from Adelide. Passengers: fr. Anstey, wife and family, KL-. Mann, wifa ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 9 March 1852
DIED, On Sunday night, the 7th instant, of pulmonary consumption, in sure and certain hope of the resurrection to eternal life, Ether, the beloved wife of the Reverend Francis Shercock, of Little &nbsp; Scotland, Geelong, and voungest daughter of Mr Abraham Hunt, of Queen's Row, Pimlico, and Great Ryder street, St. James's, London.
APOLOGY FOR THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
F L n; F r STIIE Tt.?c-A the, rott o are there perniious ~e ti1 plys, us and sad mistakes in crne- is sni But the intrinsic ;ii us e" tiu?ig cannot be altered rice degeneracy, or wilful - -'j 1 tiCem. The noblest r 1 r t ui.c's have all been minsap 'ts "'l' f?eu lty of reasoningg lus ied r C "e fidsehood on the S;uslF tr"thTI. But is true religion r,;t1 rc?ue it has been misin ,:* "?' Is architecture criminal be qr';'"cb"UOer of Babel was once at ?., licenti"nst c ltphael, or the Tr ' gratin f Paul Veronese, less L 't ft uper~ration, because Julio mirty ted designs too indecent .,..c. -a-ed ? Or are the sublime f n I"o.ner, Pindar, Virgil S:.st:-cs "l ,is-ed, because Pietro i ,tutcd thie muse of poetry .t. rti?e Fxlthy eaorts of an oh r: If abluse be admitted as , ~itter . r ablition, it will be ry S n boundary, or name an : c , tl,., o,-er,.Ielaing sentence. '.an ,i ll he lef, to exercise the factl etr f2plOv the time. Man will loi, ,e he has been sometimes So ni-making or even a c...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
CIII.N Br the arriTal of i theL.y L-c , 0'1 neaLiy, from H[ong IKjn. Pre ' ,"'i,. the kiflncs n ? alhsr.. Ij ,,)W! - joornals to the 22n1 I)cceii:tr. I O r we have oily -rpaI to, no:ice t!' d '':'. E vTra c? ' .d v tiing w. .irs C- . ri. >o' l il ' ." , .. anl aiuthlrn [Irorin,1C. T'i tIrri.' : the Imperial treasury and army L3I' :irt IEmperor into an illnes'. In ? 10 ' , sidlliers wern li.l l ead on th!:e dl'l 'i ac t I'c!oiial Times.
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
ENGLISH N'EIVS. If was understood that the new ministry in Hanover would pursue an entirely noew conurse of polico. At eue latest "ate (Novemrber 29) there was an ilcreaew activityv in trade in the manufactur it>, districts. Mes;'r. i'rrle and Jones, and ?Iessrs. Hlarden and Co., two Ameri.an firmns at Liverpool had failed. The liabilities of the latter were esti mated at from £60,00' to £20,000. Smhbel! i had hee senteredt, at Venice, to two vear's hard lleaur for spreadin: a report :hat revolutions h:il bhroen out in France and Aecvnts were publihted of some fearful earth q."l'es wh?!chB hul occurred along the Albanian nad Danlnsait coasts. The Berlin journ'ls of the lth snovember ontounce that Ire of the Ie.srs R 'ths-hild had ef thit city for London, to t:egoti tethe loan of 21,000,000 thsiers, authorised by the Cham bers in their last session. Ti. PoCEEcDIcn S AGA?InST ~I SOLtoanS. -Theaction by which penalkies to a largo ameunt are suhtl to he recovered against sMr Sol~oion...
MORETON BAY. PROGRESS OF THE LOCAL GOLD SEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
MORLTON- Ba&Y PrrGRE3 OF THE LOCAL GOLD SEARCH. (F1rnt the lioreton Bar Free 'rte, Feb. :i2.) Use of the pcntleuien, wrLo, as rIme;tioned in cur aIt t. hid procee&d' o a it riit to the pros p-ctl;g party at work in the bn-h andir the di;r-ci a of ties-rrs. Briaes and Iobinaon, re turneid t,,wn on S-nday evening, and tie re prt hi tring- k fiavi.c-le sa far as it naes The party rOdei I the creekl ia; D.igwililr's rac'ie on i-hIch Delner and his slt-ciatus had f rm:-r!v pro3peC:e., oni I'iLir nftEcrruoi l-.-t, an:! l'et i;io time in pronAeeeimi tao est its oari fri,t: c.i;liies. To Cr'.'L this o'jcat i?,ira cjrmp?!-lh, the partr was fanmed into two di risios ; one, umder tl" dire'ction of I.r. UIlbert a,;, mk a LWte in !ho- rprximirt to an old one ftinerlt v ,asT iv Delannr, while tlh. uther d:vi c-io una.r ýr. Bruces lroecn-ed to erispect at l loNr pers t of tlie same creLk. Otur informant Icft early on S.itrdav morning, but d&rin; the elaort tl;i: tLer iad kb...
TO THE PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
TO THE PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. Haat thou forgotten, thou more vile Than he who clung to Helen's Ule Rather than fall among the brae ! HTet thou forgotten so thy fighit, When sparing Philip's peaceful umghl , Disdain't to hurl thee to thy grare» Forgotten the chai'd eagle, borne Shaken hb ridicule and scora Up Bonlogqe's proud columnar hiil ? Twice traitor, ere anation'i trust BPiiad thee a third time from t:e dcit, Forwhat! . . . to be a raitor - The htnIs that thrnst thy nruce down, And threw into his face his cro'n. Contemptuous,were held forth to thee : Net for thy valonr or thy worth, Believe me were those lands held fri,?, No, but from joy that thou wert free. 0, brow of brass ! 0, heart cf sttne Dost thou of Enrope's sons alore Repel the exile from thy ihoro, Whom Plags' implaablac irsea, Whom mnrderous men, tempestuoas ec-e' Hnas piped, whosl wrongs f.r worlds de ;:' Him, when the Pons of L!shmel s.'r The man who ga?e free men the law- They stopt the camel train to a:s ; For in ...
ATLANTIC STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
ATLANTIC STATES. WE have Mreived l so n.llihiona new, rr la!et 'ite heinz the No? York Weekly Herald of DerembPr 13. Kos;lth's entry intn the City of 'ew York on the ibh, appears to ho been a most magnificent afrir. The names of the oslcia personages and pnhlic beoieis wh;o formed the proce-Yson (ncupy neariv a co!umn in t'he Hefr ad, they inclule the Governor an'I Lienter int-Graernor of the State, senafnrs end reprr.i'ntptivre in Congress Heads i of Department-. jadi.al functionaries, offier, of; the rmy anl- navy, ci e i athor tie' mirmKers of Ilte har, reroluticnary soldiJ'r. sandl al the a?rilale military. We ropy in full h.ie eig-ith speeci dTiiHrrerl Iy the Hnairian here daring the tfb hours Ie ho. i bee :n nAmerica. F?-'EC or KnSSUST. i ea yrt ne'" l sLi!, Eiint'erei ; tns!i'- "-1 tiite-l ,a,t bra ftrtri-ih'i:'s ~-i. on the Ahia; tie' r'stil' wa , my i .y br.,ias a-re still trn'in nmroi, as in i whir;1Yol, ard ln gi.miio continent seems yet to tria!lde iLneat:' my -ravrinz s...
HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
HOBARP TOWN. AsmmvEo-Ge-eraSl Sale, baqne, froNm Fy mnonh. Eiiz.Lnh, barole, frrom Lond.n. Vie torr,schooner. froan Pirt.and Blv. American nhaiing ship Spiendid. Donet, brig, from Vie tn?r. lree Trd!er, schooner, from Victoria. Sw.r.l Fibh, schooner, from Victoria. Fortitule, cuc.iil ?baling L=plne,from Bering's Straits. Jcrnny Lnd, seio'ner, from Vie!oris. iiLED--Pcfieo, tris, fur San Franciso-. ryir:g Fish, scihoeae. fxr e!lbourne. Tui T xIaESS SrEAt-xE.-Tlid resel went to j Ies ',irinir the kale of Sirtnlsa ereningo She was iasurai tfr £2moji, bot her value was mnore :liran itLJalo that siotr. The liyiter to which a, ws attached Un:; at ithe bam tlimue. WEDNESDAY 3IM'!NING, 3.AIC.i 10.
SYDNEY. GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
,.. .r . s T ,t Lt ' i-l:-!; :e ' ;r': : of t.hr' .e ic s!..'Bv ll- in:p.:is"1 3: : tiarLt wit i r.- c th p-ireif e. r::, - t ,,h . 1,3y 71?. ;er ,o ', nr r ?iIa cL.! Vr 1 ;;i.-. , 0 cnvene· ino in,, s.n.,. i'ri:- , .' i- -:i'--r'e rt a ii-t :!n . T' T: ban-i ar-'e ,i! n.i t. int ,e ii a. p :nt vii t. Ie I- s Ir : l 4-' Y ali E'*Zi ii tiL *I e tt ]i P of tht s ac'&lt;of oi!r n.'neI Thi i_.i:,k 'hi-n ic-nr rthe. T in f -. i.golIa mI1SS S4icJ, 11nt 0 z. tcon ' i fre'. trI-.re* n TMiy p.ar:'. wrn. e 1e. -t. arrived. wre an!e ire -th ifl-:i;'o : thft it wouJ rnile the prive of r'.nbl - i. .i . I l ti. ea-nit 1% ina as-h i t ,-r hli .:h eron7, anI l Nwats!. in all pr.. )rt .il:r, on 2v v.A!.'. e at a ii::;tr., . T:a 0 ,?,.f th ..znw- witl %i to rplir.e ei. ., ier cure in . S -trihr-n :anr i. 'ir, t I; rovTil if. Tie ,'atvi o-f -old reeivee this w--"- is ih' ls'nt prýf ol the sie 's of o?:r n .nes The .iaih-r ti. !Ort oron, L4 in fromt n inr.rae. I S a=, P-Ldi Ce"', 729 iz., G-L-....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
THEATRE 'O A L, GEELONG. :&idr tIA sole management of 3Mr. Deering. i::'STIThLE AND ECLIPSSNG iiHALANK OF ATTRACTION. G I',ENING, M3ARCIH 10o, :.e Ferfrmnces will commence with S.: L,:i;w's well-knowrn Flay of TUiE' CASTLE SPECTRE. 'u e? l .. Mr Shearcroft - ad ........ Mr Turner Earl Iercy.... MIr Hasker H.a- ..... ir We.ater JI;".:............ .Mr Stubbs 'i Ph ...... Mr Meadows n oeic.... ýMr Holloway S r,, ...... .. Mr Newson iulev .... Ur Daois .".:te -....... Mr George e;W..... :irs Deering ,iice............ Mrs Webster ;F:re............... Mrs Da is '"-...r.. . Web ter. i Afer nwhich ,IEt AERIAL PHENO3IENON ':[RIt RILTY) ill apear and perform his , \'OYDERFUL FEATS 0 TIItR TIGHT ROPE. El: to the Rope... M3Ir Meadows. Ctnic Sing.. Mr Newson IT conclude with TIlE -tARRIED RAKE. I-SDAY EVENING, MARCH11, P F'f'nance will commence with t` inritesting Drama of the c DREAt OF FATE: aracler supp rted by the strength of the Company, SoI1, . Mr Riley ro l *odzes..Mr. Meadows ' ....
APPROACHES TO THE WHARFS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
APPEO.CE3S T ToTES WHARFS. -The T.v.an Council has iutermined upon com n~-ining the improvement of the ap proaches to the wLhrfs The formation of the rmadway through the cut in Yarra-street will b fi;st commenced, and the stuff ecxvated will be employed in the improvement of the road to the Etram boat wharf, following the line of Moorabool-street. Tak STREETS. - The Town Couneil has instructed the Town Surveyor to en giga as many carts and laboarers, with an efifient overseer, as can be procured, and to employ the same in putting the steeets in such a state of repair as will render them passable during the winter. Two lamps are to be erected at the dam, and tenders called fur lighting the same. Towvx VAr.lAri'T.-3!r Surplice has bLdee appointed solo valuator, to net with' the collcctors in their respective wards,' .t; a crlary of 15s per day. The col lect-rs to receive lOs Od per day, while temlr.,yed in the valuation. "-'.. N-?rAVIGATION CONPAR.--An i;-,-?edon prevails tliat the pr...
THE GOLD IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
THE .GOLD IN l USr:'.. L.t. (From the Comin A1niar.n.e fr !552.) [Private a.a eai,.riaial letter fr,: r.TJemm Bui'sev". rrafi.-.?"i Ii lir!Uar, '. M. (tne.s. Ir sw ell '.), IP.pI.P (L'r.:.'-rr P,,ct Iil'k ir ) T . (r Er rted Col ir). ti ies -i[ u h , l - l , U . .G . ( "n c .e .! ; r . f Bt" * , - ? Goa.h,, F B.E: (Fir.t l!,r. Frtrr),e. la:Ud maii's Court, lil-ih-strar. Wii ta 91r, 1.pI La,:tiini- .3y I April. Yr iesar 3YFwhai, Civ as yerr o:tgra.rlati.1r n old 1ol blp, f.r aicri as tur:al 'tIast. Thliank eingas I'm rno a r:aiil mni, and ai real transpiartI teniveuen , atrln nai- u.:;. it! hz! N ' orze bi-Sie-ii-no nmot:e renler Li,, nor Lro bers, nor tLilinmton keis, nor dips into rcekkolr with nufia in mi'em-Snr pcttin old lais on the re irat hen 't, to nl!: 'ert tell vere ei; spins i--no more rows wi h themr 'ere pre!ers, nor intrervies witll the Beaks-nor no nore pollis wsir., nor ifold IBi lenr, nor 3Siidi!icect' Eslhiin. lor Surg'on Adamtes, t1r Il:konrrr, nir Tlhlantiie5, nor...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION WENDESDAY, MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 March 1852
S7COF SAEI.S BY AUCMION V rcsn:rT, Mar.CtL 10. :-(V" rt,,r" ,d D tii t ,t lS2, ,eepskins. , . :rr, at I , Furniture; at 1, "i'i .i . i) y , .tIARcH 11. S,,'r : toi ;at lio'clcck, Stock ' : . er. i .:--; -;I siia, at I, Land at East . '. -r, a.T , Iiuses aud Land at ; *;. i:;.,: 1 an.l CO., at 12, Slae-', '.r. "'e'. rt! 'l"her .1e'rchanadie. f'i.ln.Y. l.arnr 12. , . C-r. t 1, Brick Cott ys. '..: rre ;: S n, t 1, D iry Cattle, • ~~'DT-, Mr.ca :3. S.'a-'i:eil ani Son, at 12, horse :L', ti. rropert' of Capt. Syuna t. ?Iu?,~'i, MARCu I15. SJ. (. (Car, ta 12, Furniture. TIi(SE.I, n -aCIIu 16. 3. G. Uarr. , l, Tuowo Lana.