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The Common. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

The Common. (To the Editor. V Sin, — As you are only a comparative stranger to Adelong, perhaps you aro not aware that we have about 700 acres of a permanant common which is useless to the townspeople, be cause it is unfenced. This area is one of the best pieces of grazing country in the district, and it is well watered, but is allowed to lie in with the very large temporary common, and most of the year it is as destitute of grass us a nog isoi reamers, especially in dry seasons, because it is over stocked. According to the annual reports of, the Trustees, they have about £200 in funds, which I believe are invested at a very low rate. It seems impossible to get the Trus tees to use this money in fencing the permanent common. If it was fenced it would be: of use to the townspeople for the purpose for which it was in tended, but now it is used by a fow outside the town who keep stock. If fenced it would, in my opinion, be worth about £100 a year to the trasfcees, as they have, however...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Merryfull Return Social. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

The Merryfull Return Social. A meeting of the committee who are making the arrangements in re gard to the social party to bo given to Mr. A. E. Merryfull and family, as a complimentary return for tho recent festivities, held in honor of Mr. ' Bert ' Merryf nil's attainment of his majority, was convened for last Wed nesday evening, at Perkins' Post Office Hotel, when a good attendance of the. members filled the room. Mr. J. J. Vivian occupied his position as chair man, and after Mr. Secretary; Hiney had read the minutes of the adjourned previous meeting, which were duly passed, a good deal of discussion arose upon the motion as to the date upon which to hold the ' proposed social event. After much consideration it was agreed to fix the date for July 18 (Wednesday next). . A sub-committee, consisting of the chairman, secretary, and Mr. F. W. Palmer, were ap pointed to attend ;to incidental pre liminaries, and to report to tho next general committee meeting, to be held on Monday next. ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

I THE TROUBLE IN : I CHINA. ?''.''?? London. .Tnl v ft. '. ..Tho .news of, the massacre, .of foreigners at Peking was circulated: simultaneously at Tientsin, at Chifu,; and'at'Stanghai. . - v. There is, however, no reliable, n'ews to be obtained us to the state of affairs at 'Poking. Horrible reports of butcheries in the capital are in circu lation at Shanghai. The reports are based chiefly upon mysterious hints of Chinese officials. ! The 'Daily Mail' states that at the secret Cabinet Council of the Chinese Ministry the Empress Dow age and General Yung Lu, the Com mander-in-CJiief of the Chinese forces, evinced a disposition to suppress the Boxers. Prince Tuan, father of the Crown ..Prince and President of the: Tsungrli-^Yames and Cang-yi, Vice president of the Council of the States, thereupon left the council meeting, shouting ' Down with the foreigners.' The palace officials and the popu lace, taking this as a signal, im mediately attacked the Europeans. Prince Tuan (The ' Daily ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

FOOTBALL. ',''''''.'''' u: tug iNew -Wnglaiul tootballers de- : -. feated the Giindagai team' at { Sydney on Saturday'by C to 8. '???-.. ? =Tho Gentrals say that the Gundagai',.' football team -now. visiting' Sydneyr,, have the fastest' forwards of any of the ' teams,- and ohly;want experience to bo '' tho best. ; r . . ? ? ? : The match Tumut v. Gundagai,' ! .. which was to have been played last ? Wodnesday, has'; been postponed for . .?'. ?three weeks. .; Fedekai.s y. Tumut Juniors; Yesterday . tho Adelong Federal Boys met the Tunint juniors1 on the ? .: ?.'? Tiimut grouncT; tho'match1 res'ulting;in '; ? ? a' win for the homo team by 16 points tec nil. ' This game was rough' through- ; ?; ' out, a good deal of viciousness being exhibited, while that friendly spirit which is supposed to characterise the football field was not in evidence. The Tumht juniors played with soveral of the Waratahs, and outclassed thon* adversaries in every way.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

ATHLETICS, at mo JjingiisUsrAthletic- Champion^ , ships Meeting at Stamford Bridget Ground the American representatives \ won 8 out of 1 8.' amateur -'champion- 1 ships. S, Bowley, of New South-..' ?Wales, won his heat in the 100 Yards;' Championship, arid was fourth in the ; final heat. Stanley Bowley defeated . 'nt Wolverhampton tho English athlete. ? Wadsloy in a 100 'yards-event.- -.Thb^ timowas 10 2-5sec.', ' a'facl -he beat his '?'?}. opponont by two' yards. \ ?????? .,-..''.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

GENEBALj ' At a 'mooting bfld on Siuula- hist of those interested m tho St Joseph's Coment ii^nunl bijl, 20 ladies and 15 gentlemen woio p}osent l^ndaj, August 10, was ii\ed uppn as' the ditto foi holding the ball, nnd Mi T P liLigpn ^ us appointed hon secietiij) Ul tlios-e jjiesent formed themscl\es into a connnittce to make complete anangemtnfs nnd can.} them out W H Powills foi Choice mid Senson able Fruit.* In a boxing contest n fe^ dajs ago in Sjdnej (t bno^'v btiligeon,' at ore time a lesiclefit of Adolong, fought a diawji battle of 29 louuds ^lth the p.ugilist who has never yet been beaten — tho -New Zcalnndei, Otto Cubb - lit ^as an agieeable winpuse to icsi idjjnts ami othei-? ni ' Adelong. to hncl the holloNvs In TuTrtiit-.s&eotfiiM in a fe^ days ago, and1 pfeople who foi weeks past have been in the habit of dodging theso spots found them mac rAdiun-is'ccl; Cheip Billiaids and Pool at Po\ULi(b ?Billiard Kuloon. * The annual s lie of ttiul shoep in &}dnej wh...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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THE GUN. ADELONG GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

;..?,. THRGtrtsr:'1^^';;'';-^,'1 ?' ;Ad!ei,ong: GukC£ub.'' ': '' ' The following;is the club handicap for the- first meeting of thojAdelong Gun Gliib, which it is proposed td'hold on Thursday next (circumstances' per mitting) :-i-J; Treacy, 80yds ; H. Bax ter, 28yds ;'E. G. Eyles, Dr. Mason, r.C. .Purcell, junr., J.' Butler,' 25yds : T. Campbell, 24yds ; G. T. Btidd,; G. Boogling, J. Moon, 22yds1; Dr. Lyt telton, H. Wilkinson, A. W. -Watson'; J,- Perkins, junr., L. Moon, B..' What man, E, Smiles, W. Smith, Mi': Bye, ?21yds, ? . . ,..-'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

. SPORTING. TURF NOTES. ' ? (By 'Jungv.'-'-) -. , The horse Loapfrog, which -'?' Jungy' fan cied a month or two ago as one coming on and likely to develop into a racehorse, has at last struck form, and also carne'd for him self tho roputa'fibri of being unreliable by starting in several races and being beaten shamefully by. - moderates: Ono day ho started' 'first faypurito in .a field of commoners', and was 'badly beaten, bill an ' hour' after wards he ran away from a field of much better horses; ' Thofo was an inquiry into the running by the stewards, who doomed the explanation of his party satisfactory, as they backed him when. ho lost and had very httlo on him when ho won. However, his party do not, themselves appear to bo satisfied with him,, as he is advertised for, sale.; Notwith standing all which is said and written about Leapfrog ' Jungy' thinks he will give tho Epsbiii Handicap n great shaking' if sont for it. -...;.: , . Amongst the number of coming threeyoar olds which d...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

'? ' I'MINiiSFq;-; :;?' ' iAn accident happened to the machi nery at the Caledonian Mine on; Mon- ? ' ? 'd&y last,' when d breiik 'occurred' in ?the engine; shaft which will cause at ' rleost thrfeo weeks', delay in; mining -.? ?? operations, the broken parts h'avni'g'-' -had to be sent tb Sydney as a pattern for a new shaft.. Mr. Gitt'ord,.engineer, of Adelong, who is now in Sydney, has been deputed by tho compiny to hasten ^ne'manutaciiiire'ottho duplicate part. ' ' In the meantime the sixteen men en; ' gaged at the mine will be thrown out of employment. ? ' ? :.'vv As a result' of the recent heavy rains ' sever'ai'of the mines wei'q flooded', and a deal of tiiiie has been expended in bailing and pumping the. water but. ' Donovan and party's, crushing was cleaned' up; at the Eeefer Battery on Wetlnesday for. an' average, yield i; of ; ' T-Jw,. per:ton.- .-?.!-'' The application of C. H. Kenny for a dredging lease of 100a. on the Snowy and Thredbo Rivers, co.  ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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The War. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

JL 3.1X3 WWukLu ? A London. Julv 0. Lieutenant D'A, Chaytor, of the first contingent of New Zealand Mounted Eifles, protests, in- a letter to the ' Times,' againstctlio alarming views expressed by Mr.. Burdett Coutts, M.P.', regarding the hospital, arrangements in. South Africa. jjientanani. unayror aeciares. tnac the statements maclo were misleading and cruel. Ho and 21 other New Zealanders were cured of enteric fever, at Bloemfontein, and he declares that everything humanly possible was done for the patients. ? . ....,...- The 1st Mounted Infantry Brigado, composed of Australians -and Cana diansv of the Colonial. Division, has been entirely re-equipped. Field-Marshall Lord Roberts . has refused permission for the miners to re-enter Johannesburg beforo Septem ber at the earliest. A cablo was received to-day by the Lieutenant-Governor from Sir Alfred Milner, stating that 80 invalided Vic- . torian troops ? and over SO New South . Wales men sailed from Capetown on , the 4th instant i...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

BIRTH. SMILES.— On July 4, 1900, at her residence, Russell-street, Tumut, the wife of R. J.     Smiles of a son ; both doing well.     FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1900.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 13 July 1900

TUMUT;     (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The wheel of time is continually       changing, the course of our existence seems left to chance and Nature guards her unknown way. Since laat wilting, the Grim Avenger, unrelentless as   ever, has appeared, loving hands up- lifted in despairs have been disre- garded, love remains unrequited and the Grim Reaper simply suggests the epitaph,       ' Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade Death came with friendly care; The opening bud to Heaven conveyed ' And bade, it blossom there.'   And this leads us to a sad bereave-   ment which has taken place in our midst, under the most melancholly circumstances. The unfortunate vic- tim was Mr. Frank Bourke's second     oldest daughter. It appears the little one on Monday last with her sister was in a bedroom apart from her   ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

Roche's Butchery, ADELONG. TVTM. ROCHE, in notifying to tho Public o VV Adolong that ho is still carrying on business in tho butchering lino, further inti mates that ho purchases nothing but tho very best beasts available, and theroforo ?'uolics to his customers anO tho publio only THE PIUMEST OF MEAT. Daily Orders Taken. 'X^besnardT AUCTIONEEB, Stock and Station Agent, ADELONG. Local Aoent foii WINCH COMBE, CARSON, * CO., Wool brokers, Sydney, WEAVER & PERRY, Fat Stock Salesmen. CASH BUYER OF All Wool & Station Produce Offick : Front of ' Adelong and . Tumut Express ' Office ADELONG-TUMBARUMBA 1 EOYAL MAIL COACHES. 8 W. E. JONES, Proprietor. i TJAVING taken over tho abovo Line of | Coachos, I have had BUILT to SPECIAL 1 ORDER an UP-TO DATE COACH for the i PASSENGEES AND OTHER i TRAFFIC of the LINE. j PARCELS AND LUGGAGE CARRIED AT I MODERATE RATES. I For Particulars as to FARES, apply 1 BOOKING OFFICES : I ROYAL HOTEL, ADELONG. j UNION HOTEL, TUMBARUMBA. j POST OFFI...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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ADELONG CROSSING SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

ADELONG GROSSING SOCIAL. Adelong Crossing has long become proverbial for the thoroughness of its hospitality and the success which in variably attends its social functions when Providence' does not intervene with militants in the shape of un favourable weather. Blossotl with a delightful moonlight night — quite the tfVULQG IU UUU £UilUlllil 1.1111 nilDLUVQl gatherings for hospital charity have been held this year — many took ad vantage of the opportunity of attend ing tho social held in tho Assembly Hall for the purpose of raising funds for tho Gundagai Hospital, visitors coming from Gundagai, Adelong, Grahamstown and other neighbour hoods, while the local residents rolled up en masse. The hall, which had been tastefully decorated by Mr. A. Clarke and Master Manns, was crowded almost to excess, and all the available floor space was taken up during the dances. The programme wits a lengthy one, and the lively music supplied by the Misses J. and E. Crowe (piano and violin alternately),...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

ATB! IWowpTTfnll Si And . B, XvJLtJII jlUJUL,, QUJLlQ? The Direct Importers, ADELONG. The Best Store for the rich, The Cheapest for tho poor, And the Eight Store for everybody. LADIES ! WE beg to announce that our second shipment of AUTUMN and WINTER GOODS has arrived, consisting of nine- bales of Flan nelettes and Blankets and six cases and 1 tank of General Goods, and are now ready for your inspection ; and we can say without fear of contradiction that they are the greatest value ever offered in Adelong. LADIES ! / We can do you Double-width Dress Serge from 9d. per yard Melton Cloth at 1/ ; all shades and great width Thousands of various shades in British Dress Materials from 9d. to 4/6 per yard Our celebrated brand of Ladies' Kid Gloves, in black and tan, at 2/11 per pair. Also a large assortment of Fur-top Gloves at equally low prices. Heavy Welsh Flannel for men's undershirts from lid per yard. 1 dozen yards Fancy Flannelette for drosses for 5/6 ; Striped; Elannelottes at 8/11...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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UPPER BRUNGLE. A SILVER WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

UPPER BRUNGLE. A SILVEE WEDDING. (From a Correspondent) The morning of Saturday, 80th June, 1900, dawned on the twenty-fifth anniversary of Mr.' and Mrs. Byrne's wedding day. The date was cele brated by a ball and banquet at Mr. Byrne's residence, ' Happy Vale.' In roBponso to invitations, the numerous friends of Mr. and Mrs. Byrne sat down at 7 o'clock to a sumptuous dinner. Short speeches were made referring to the good old days of the past, and many toasts were honored. Before leaving the table the guests joined in singing ' Auld Lang Syne,' and ' He's a Jolly Good Fellow.' Mr. and Mrs. Byrne and family have resided in Upper Brungle for a number of years, and their pre sent home is the birthplace of each member of their family — four bonny girls and one bonny boy. The Byrne family are favourably known and highly respected throughout the dis trict. Mr. and Mrs. Byrne, though in the afternoon of life, are blessed with good health, and that they will celebrate ' a golden wedding ' i...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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A MAN'S VOICE. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

A MAN'S VOICE. ^' . Chapter X. — Continued. Dick Green bad more brains thuu most men of his class. His fii\st thought was for bainine'' and chisel and ropes ; his nest for the doctor. He vushed-with a speed that would have shamed many a much younger man to his cottage. He seized a chisel and a big hammer — both were to his hand — and a coil of rope ; then, panting, but still full ? of energy, he ran to the doctor's house. ?r There was a light in an upper win dow ; Dr. Leigh was evidently just going to bed. The doctor was unmarried, and there was only an elderly woman servant in the house besides himself. The sexton pulled the bell, and rang a peal that might have wakened , the neighbours, if there had been any near. Before the peal was finished, the windowi .was1 flung open, a head ap peared, and a clear voice called — ' Who's there ? What's the mat ter?' 'It's I, sir — Dick Green,' cried the sexton. 'Come down at once, sir, for God's sake! ' The window was shut, the doctor and the1...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

? Medical. ? DR. WATSON. T WALLACE WATSON, M.D. and Ch.M., J . HAS C0MMEN«ED the PRACTICE of lis piofebsion in Adelong. Addbebs: Tumut-strcet. ? ? Dr. Lyttleton, Government Medical Officer TUMUT-STBEET, ADELONG. Dr. -sA. §. If. -^ofynsfone ' LfR.CfP., ' etc., etc., ? -v | ;L,l-P.h:, Glasgow. DA LY'S HO T EL, 1 TUMBARUMBA. Geo. T. Budd, AUCTIONEER, 3TOCK AND STATION AGENT Agent for Leading Australasian Life, Fire and Accident Societies. rUMUT-STREET, ADELONG. SHARP'S CREEK STEAM SAW MILLS. I1IMBEB (Hardwood) of All Sizes and) 1 Lengths, Cut and Delivered where re luirod at Lowest Buling Bates. Paiticulars as to Prices can be obtained in application to JOHN WHITING, Proprietor, Sharp's Crook Saw Mills. CUMUTBUTCHERY^ (Latk I-. Kiusy'h). . \ R. DONALDSON, pBOPBIETOB of the above old-established L business, begs to assuro tho pooplo of Cumut and the surrounding district that they vill always be able to obtain from him tho amo prime quality of meat thoy word rfecus- ' omed to get from th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

l W;:-H..l?b*ELi,!s1ior' Choice and'Seaepn able. JruH.'r'.- ... ??? .- [ K Of'WiltidMs, j : . i ! i / j ' : ' ! ,'',{??' ': ? i ':. T ' ., ' ? ',j ,- Pejxtal jSurgeon Late Assistant to , - '?' ' ; - . Mr.iQ. Gi Hodgson,, ; :V \' '' ? ?. i . At Sy.djiey^ospita] and ilandwiek.. Asylum , . il)EliON.G.: Thursdays, Fridays, and j '.. ;? '.,'?? ?-.' '*- Saturdays. ;,.',-'.'.,!'?' Has, .Commenced Practice in ' :i . ?*? -ApEIiONG. -. ^'- i ? ' ' Office : .;? .-..IS?'- Next to Mrs. Thornton's, Tiiinjit-street. , . ;? ;^B A T ii O W. :; V[0NE BUT THE BESTJBEANDS OF -') '; ' ? '' iiiQUOfes : ^ETAitED. ': ' .comdstatble acc0mm&dati0n;'; ! ' - fob; tbavellees. '. ., ','. .Cleanliness arid Civility ? ?-i. . ../ ? '?'- observed- '' ' :'' ip4; TiiE;BAiltow'HoTEL is *he* Stoitino Place foii the. Bovaii^Maiii .Coaches 'fbom Adeloxo ANb'TrjjirjT to TDSinAiitJJiBA. S'.,.'^.'^-:^M- 'dq^Etty,.'.'';. = ,,'.;;' ;:}}'7,''.',ir- ,'.-?. Proprietor;..-..,. ::''.. '?-'?' P'-B O W S-E'S ?'?' WPftE SS LIN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 17 July 1900

THE ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT ANNUAL 7^ BALL E^'°' 1 will be Held '-/ IN THE oddfellows' hall, aDelong, i i ON FKIDAY; AUGUST 10, 1900. TICKETS ? Double, 7/6 , Gent's', 5/ , Lady's, 3/ T P.~AEEAGON, Secretary lO/TREWATCD.'^ ' T OST, a Baj MAUE buindcd HE nciu shoulder, no pmt^culni distinguishing auuk Above Reward will ho pud on dc livery -to . 'i ' Smfiite ITill \deldng ODDFELLOWS1-' HALL, APE LONG. Tt7ESr-AiT''TULY 24 THE MUSICAL EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF ADELONG. MISS MARHf NARELLE ( Australia's Greatest? ? Soprano) . FAEEWELL TOUR,. Prior to. Miss Nnioflc'sDopnituie foi Europe, Assisted bj the rationing CELEBRATED ARTISTES — _ MISS EVA MYLOTT, The LiiAuixa AustHai-i,\n Contralto. MISS MARY ROBIttSON, , Tm Bihitiant Pumst MR. W. A. 'WALSH, TlIK FOI'DLAK ltlXITKH. l MR- JOHN LEMMONE,' ' Tilt WORLl MAQUMD ll MJXIST Admission 3/ preserved), 2/,-andl/ Box Plan and Sale of Tickets at Mrs. Browne^ STOCK SALE ?.'il.-.-:.--: ; r.^-y'* ?-??? \ AT ADE'liONG. ., ; ? r . „ .,». v - - .? -U'J ?rT~^?...

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