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Curious Advertisements. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

.. Curious 'Advertisements. TAN---fldyertisenient-Boraething -like- this appeared recently in a Melbburrie paper : — 'On the 9th! ultimo, the wife of John Smith, j of a ;danghter (Matilda Jane).': Not every young lady is so consideiate as to co'mednto:the world provided witli a'name. The practice, it may: be1' hoped, ' will spread ; if it does, ' parents'. will ;-'be spared 'rib' end of 'trouble and contention,; The announcement quoted above is not altpgether. -dissimilar, to —one which appeared/ some( ,time ago,/ also in f a; Melbourne paper. -It- was to this effect : r-r-V Mrs- Brbwri («'ce -'Mrs! Jories)';begs to ^announce that she. is prepared/ to give lessons in French.' Mrs. Brown no doubt amused ? her ^pupils, when the. difficulties of tbe French language became oppressive, by explaining the singular circumstances under which she1 had teen married to Mr. Jones before she was born. ? ' '?' - ' ? .' 1;'' ' ' -

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The American Champion Ped. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 25 February 1887

Tlie American Champion Ped. Referring to tho fact that he has been unable to arrange any running matches whileinthe colony, Mr. L. E.Myers iwrites as follows It is now nearly fbu'r, weeks . since my arrival in Australia, Iduririg' wliich time I have been unable :to get on a, match with either of tho two .men, wh'o for. years have disputed (in newspaper columns) riiy right to bo called 'champion quarter-mile . runner of the ;'world.' ' Thinking ; that these two men, would bo anxious . to meet mo at this distance, I liiive journeyed 10,000 miles, but now find that . they, -wish to niakti lriatclies at sborter distances. A1 glance at. .my' records;., will, show that, while'l have'beenablo to beat all Amei-i-, can janiatuers .at, almost,; any, .^distanco from 100 yards to about two smiles,- I have, iipi right, .to :be placed among . tho best.'sprintei's of either America or . Eng- , land.'; T, have never, claimed this honour and, in fact, have done littlo or no sprinting, (in the genera...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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'A Singular Trespass Case.' [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

' :A' SlnijiiIar Ti'espass Case. ' At iW|&^o^y')Po)u^^ur61^^.3^eek (says ,ihe';.5ffill)ourne Daily Telegraph) a ciuse. w ashen ril, which brought to ilight the 'faci;^ that the greater ? part ; of ' the private houses arid places 'of , business in thaj^J^^i^ij»..wer^.'ii!nii'i«n prowrijands,. Theiflase,i«feri ed to[ was that ? of f a . iqaii nmtiarl Pdnno nnoafad V/1malKM»nn a ptace«f! Innd,/ 'his ? only '. title being -1;. niWir'S'vi^hi-.'i ;'IIe:'was fined. £r,^P!nd orr|ey-^ (ljo .j;f»juoye , his , premises ' within ccjnsi^dr-' a^lQ-linoafiiiiQfisiiu.the townshij), ifi 'lij'any others oecu 1 -y land -on ithfef la-jirta-iiible. Soifiei-df oldest fresidtmi4!0fr.S!ie:phi-!0. it^^si^iii'd/ liriy'o'iicf i i 'irxceii'ii a1 ? rcerfpt paid to the New' SoiiiiV !G(?\wn ^ent.n^vlerithe/oliL.v^e.sv'ifj'ijiH'oi Ixind' Acly ?' whUih ?' \vasl iii bi.iJmj ion ,; in Sepafatibri Day.1' '.T'^cj ^liiustoi-'ofJILaiids says the pe6j-1e ii-''(||iOsiioiV' jfro'iii 'illegal jiosReHsioni tvnd has d...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poultry Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Foultr^Vtrnlac. A tixiibte ' k'ndiencp. attpiidocT at ' tli^i Technical Hall in' ritt-slrce't on tbe llth instant, to hpiurJMii. A$fckor;H«ipe'ji fifth lecWqn !« , specif],. (^hject, of tlio. , lecture, ; diseases of [ |W(iltry nnd their remedies. Tho lecturer said that ninny authorities t maintained that it wtts uaoless to attempt to fcuro the diseased «E fowla, ' and that it wiiS bettei' to kill the birds on the first ? ^ appearance. of disease ; but this idea was absurd, as if, on the first appe&tanco of an epidemic, every fowl had to be killed, poultry. farming, would never pay. He hndexpertmented and succoeded in find-,, ing remedies for many diseases, and he appealed |to his .fellow-countrymon, if they knewof any' remedies for new diseases to publish them to the world. Personal attention to fowls was of ; the greatest importance, as many diseases might be checked at'the beginning. 'Olive 'oil or castor oil were unsuitable as aperients, and he vfould recommend from half...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

. ?? General Notioe*; : v ^ORAKI AMATEUR TURF CLUB. Notice to Homeowners. NOTICE is heroby given that the Com iuitteo have — iu cousoqutmco of the bad state of the course and roads throughout tho. district— docided to abandon tho racn v advertised to tako place on tho 17th;March, All accounts against tho Committee must be Bent iri at onoe to tho undersigned for sottlomont. ' - WALTER T. MOBBS, 'Hon. Sec. Coraki, lst-March, 1887. 'j^-OTIC E OF R E MO V. A L. . The undersignod boss to notify that he has REMOVED his BUSINESS to those contral premises (opposite tho Government Wharf) riusteroctoa by Mr. Jefferies,;. ; J . - _. .i i- , JOHN B1$NAU!). , . I0ORAKI HURLING CLUB. ST. PATRICK'S DAY, : THURSDAY, 17th MARCH. To . take place on the Coraki Racecourse. : ETJEL1NG HATCH between LISMOBE and CORAKI CLUBS. Also, under tho auspices of the above Club, NUMEB0US ATHLETIC CONTESTS flT The hurling, ground is being specially ' prepared, at great cost, by Mr. Yabsloy, : and is direotly in fron...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

FOR SALE. CHEAP.— A First-class DEALING BOAT. Apply C. STAMFORE, Auctioneer. ?jP O R SALE J. C. BRECKENRIDGE has always on hand for sale : — Dairy Cows, Heifors, Bullocks, Upstand ing Saddle Hacks. Also, somo really first class i raught Horses and Mares, both broken and unbroken. Church of christ, BUNGAWALBYN. Tiie Anniversary Tea and Public Meeting will bo hold on THURSDAY, March 10th. Tea on Tables at 6 o'clock. TICKETS, Is each, obtainablo at the door. Childron — Half - price. £10RAKI HURLING CLUB. A General MEETING of Members will be held at Mobbs' Hotel on Saturday, 5th mat., at 8 p.m. (To-morrow Night). A full attendance urgently requested. E. M. D. SPRING, Hon. See. £1 CHOOL OF ARTS, CORAKI. A Spocial General MEETING of Mem bers will- be hold ou Mouday next, the 7th instalit, at 7.30 p.m. Business : .To, consider proposed altera? tion. ,of certain rules, on tho motion of Mossrs. F. Clifford and W.L. Murphy, of which due notice has been giveh^ Tho Monthly Committee Meeting wil...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

CABLEGRAMS. : . LONDON, Sunday. The Auatrian diplomats declare that. Germany and Austria, have exhausted their efforts to . preserve peace with Russia. . The- Czar's' intended- departure from St. Petersburg has been delayed for the present. Russia is preparing for war forthwith, and is taking special measures ' to fortify Poland. The French Press are clamouring for a further increase in the army. The Governor of.. Odessa has issued a -manifesto to Russian troops, encouraging them. He tolls them that, though not armed with the repeating rifle, they should not fear the armament of the enemy. Tbe Emperors of Russia and A ustria have decided not to visit the Emperor of Germany on his 90th birthday, March 22. : The Russian Press accuses Germany and England of thwarting the settlement of the Bulgarian difficulty. China has massed a large force at the Kulja frontier, in consequence of the dispute with Russia. - Germany, Italy, and Austria have mu tually guaranteed territorial integrity for...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Terrible Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

' A Terrible Revenge; ' The American newspapers report an awful trage Jy which occured last month in Knox county,' 'Kentucky.1 ,j A1 'farther, named Poe, with his wife, five children, and two young lady visitors, lived: some 30 yards from a house occupied by a couple riairied Worm; and their son, aged 10 years. The Worms being somewhat disrenutable in their habits. Poe., forbade his family, to hold any ; communication with them. This, so enraged: the: Worms , that: they conceived ,tho; horrible revenge of murdering the family.) They' waited until Farmer' Poe was q^ay on . .business . and then proceeded to carry, out their fiendish designs. The criine was' wit nessed by their own son, who , has given' full information to the 'authorities; He says lip follPwed his: parents' arid Watched theiri'go^into the room where 'the- ;Poe family and visitors — all females — were sleeping.' : His father, with a- razor, cut the throat of i eachi from ear to ear, while his mother picked the bodies -...

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Attorneys' Privileges as Counsel. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Attot iieyi*' Privileges as Counsel. A subject of great interest to both branches of,0th6 .''legal' , profession, and also of importance :to . clients, ' engaged the attention of their Honors the Chief Justice, : Mr. Justice Faucett and Mr. Justice Innes, sitting .in ;Banco;: In a case tried at . Goul btim! ;Qudrter .Sessions: two. attorneys claimed the right of appearing : for a . man ? j if.ui ? e ? ? ? i. UtUUtlU iXLabbUOWC} lUUWkUU lUi ttU IMUeCtJUL ae^wUi iUppn a ..little girl near - Bowral. Judge M'Farland, upholding an objection raised by tho : barrister acting as Crown J^seoiitor, refused to allow two attorneys t^'iflefend.' Mattihews, who was, therefore, j djpfended by only one attorney and: was.' oonvioted. Again his conviction he now appealed to the Full Court, on the ground that:he had a right to be defended by two attorneys, and their JEIonors took this view of the question submitted to them — a view supported by the provisions of the Criminal LaW' Amendmimt, read by th...

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The Present military Position Of Germany and France. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

The l'renent military VohUIoii I of Uermnny and France. TitE Paris correspondent ; of tho -S. M. IIkrai.u says Tuo PuooiiES Mi^ltaiiie makoa tho following calculation : — 'Ton .linoa of Gorman railway ond at our frontior. Inasmuch aa an army corps on a poacn footing would nood for its trans port fio trains at . most, tho wholo active army could roach its points of coucontra tion tlio ovoning of tho second day. Two duvs' march would thon bring tho Obrman army linror-\ our fortrossos of. Toul and Voi'dun. On tho third day it uiight moot somo of our'advaUc'o guards,' hut tho bulk of oui : forCtiH ciltild' 1 not 1 h-i 'brought up to (ilioclc tho. invasion' bo t'oro tlie ovoning of tho 'fourth day.'.' i ,;, Tho ;Gormau,:ajm {.ijj. to .striko a great, blow, at Franco at tlio .very boginning of noxt wari'iii ;th(i opinion of, tho '.writer in tho DKii.vTSi tho ''inonauro which tho' Rbichitag may shortly be oxpootod to vote will ; greatly facilitate tho succo.'.B of this deHigU,' , , ; .. -?...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Examine the Horses Feed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Examine tlie Horses Feed. If the horse refuses to eat his'; ordinary food, first examine the feed to see if it is all right, then exariune the horse. Sometimes chaff, sharp' straw, splinters, become fixed in the horse's mouth and he refuses to eat because it is irie-;hanic- ally impossible for him to do so. ' ! It would be a great cruelty to dose him iri this easel' : A mixture of equal parts 'of gentian and copperas in tablespoonful ?doses.is.one of the cheapest, and . best tonics and appetisers for the horse,- but. by care in other respeets medicine will seldom, b-e necessary. — Martin's Sonie arid j Famn. ;i. ; . . .' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

? 'i v . r' - . t, | . 'Special Advertisements. f An ejttiii nhnrirn of 20 per cent mado for nd '? t VortiHeinentH tusortcd in this column.] ? EDI 6' a'... yii. ? F. IS. COW\OR, M. B;, 'M. Cu„ Edindukgii Uwiversity;' may ho consulted at Mobbs' Hotel. Coraki, Daily ; '' ? nnd nt ??? SttTRUAY'S nOTKL, SOUTH WOODBUHN, | from 10 to 1 o'olook, , j eg?- EVERY TUKSOAY. ? ' ' JfPJfQUAM ' ilORJflO.'' ' ? ' 1 ' ! ; ': , 'n oiiTit^RN' 'riib'Tli f brfe' PUnt.ISIlKD AT Cl^Kl |:VjSilT?FBID/v ,'^OUNINO, 1 FRIDAY, MA HcTn 4, l S.S 7.

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TELEGRAPHIC. LISM0RE, Saturday, 6.25 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

TELEGrRAI'ElU. j [PftOM OtTR OWN OORHF.HI'rtNnENT.] ???' | ' . LISMORE, Saturday, 6.25 p.m. : uonvoy. . my hearty titan kb ..to pooplo foiritheir;groat Bupport.— T. T. Ewing.- . j,, i : . CASINO^Snfcunlay, 7:48 'p. hi; r Tho niimliors now are-^-Ewin'g, 1692 ; Crouch, i5fi \ ''Barrie,' 528 ; Lopoz,: '271. There ftio 12 returna to come in; yet, but tho {nosenfc poll will bo largely increased.' in fayo'r of Ewing and Crouch. LlSMOliE, »atiif(hiy,.V ,p.m. : The latest 'returns aro — Ewing, 1832 ; Crouch; 1690 ; : Harrio, .562 ; : Lopes,' 302. 3?luinp'crs— Barrici 120, Ewing 56, Crouch 8,, Lopox 7. Tliero is great ex citement here. Ten roturns to corao in . yet. ' ?? ? ? LISMORE,. Monday, 9 a.iii; ;TheiatoRt- returns are Ewing, 2049 ? Crouch, 1862 ;; Barrie,- 618 ; Lopez, 327. The only places to come in now are Byron, Brunswick, Tooloom, and Wyan dah. . SYDNEY, W edn ubijay. ? Sir H. Parkes has gone to Coota inundra to lay tho foundation stono of a Hospital. i During. January -there wore...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Inland Mosquito. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

' The Inland JHooqnlto.) ? Not for many yoars has thero beon a time like the present in tho inland dutticts of New South Wales for grass, water, and faiosquitos. ' On dwellers in' tlio bush their onslauglits are sitnply terrific. Nothing whatevor ? seems to come amiss to thorn ; and their size and ferocity must be seen and felt to be credited. They move in detachments of trillions, or thereabouts, and woe to the living thing that meets them. Curiously enough, each of these immense swarms | appears to have its definite location and boundary, generally around a waterhole or swamp. At one particular spot the traveller may bo attacked by a horde of small brown viragos. Moving on for a few hundred yards accompanied by these, he will, to his surprise and disgust, find , them succeeded by an altogether different i tribe of torturers, perhaps, almost black i in colour. Then, after a while, he is taken charge of by a legion of Amazons (if, as is said, it is the female only who phlebotomises)...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

TUB I3I.KCTH»mS. . , The electious are up\v virtually over, 'nnd it remains for the elected to make tjid'teest liflwAia: tli'ey ' nrfe'' -wpilliW df, ;t6 brinpj the fiscal condition of the colony into a niore satisfactdry sta&'t^uu it at present fs,' nnd for the electors to use what moral suasion .they can for the perfecting of the manifold promises made byttih'e various dafrdidates' during .their several tours. j : ! With respect to '''thitf -electorate we 'mnv PYnr^u flip linnp tKfct. now flip l election has been fouglitr6ht and won, ahy acrimonious spirit that may have been evolved during -' the political campaign just closed.. will-be allowed to evaporate, and a 'healthy^' unanimous action of progress, .take its; place, [ ,Tliis is much the more to be desired and stimulated when we bear iu mind that the:- present Government iq eminently; one of centralization, from Parkes downwards; and it .will require all the united pressure that can be brought to bear to secure even a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmer's Association, Limited.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

iJaTEST MARKET QUOTATION S. (Prom tho Manager Claroiicn Itivor and North Coast Farinors'AsHoniatioii, Limitbd.) SYDNEY, Tiiuiisda*, C r.m. ; Muizo, 4h 4a 3d por buahol ; Pigs, 4d por lb j Eggs, Is Gd per dozen j Fowls, .3s 4d per pair.

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Progression or Retrogression. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Progression or Retrogression. Which is it to be ? If you don't go forward you- rtnist go backward ; then: is no such thing us standing still now a-di«vs, and, nlthough , V':TU uot la. mortals to command success ' , ; we X may certainly do something to deserve it. Whilst other, nnd some of them smaller, communities than Coraki i ? ,n - ? L. n ? ? nave lonueu rrogress which not only prove of immense benefit to their immediate districts, but assist aiice .to. ,th(f ir, re j)ve^untnj.i ves ^iit ; rParlia'menV 'by' formulating' local Vc-, ^qjiireinents &c.j]Coraki ilia^jiothing of' the k in d , a ji d , as a' ii al'ural ''con sequen ce other district on the .river.' .- iii 'jthtv 'niattcrrofi' local .works,; iWerei. jit : poor, stcrlile, unpopulated, n'udisituatedicofn- f plctely off, .the, ni.ain' 'high ways ,we cpjuld in s.oni.elnieasure 'uhderstand'UiefearfuL ajiathy of ..the people, but. when we .find it so Jsituatiid' arid so -fertile ns to -ranV second to no township, ftp (...

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Serious Accident to Mr. William Sedgwick, of Lawrence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Merlous Accident to Mr. William Medgwirk, uf Lawrence. Wb regret to' have to record a very serious acoident to Mr. William Sedgwick, manager of the A. J. S. Bank, Lawrenoe, a gentleman woll known and ' highly respected in Grafton aud tlirou(rbout the district. It appears that on Monday last Mr. Sedgwick, in company with two otber gentlemen, was riding alcng the Lower Soutligato main road,- about a mile from Lawrenee ; and while going, at ratlio'r a quick pace, his horse, a' very spirited animal. i-ttn onf nt fnvnmi/ o olinrn nni-nor ohS-w) nnd stoppod suddenly, throwing Mr. Sodgrwiok /ery violently on to tho left side of his head on top of a log lying on tho road. Those in company were ahead at the time of the acoident, and on looking .round saw the unfortunate gentlemen lying on the ground in an insensible oondition. He was immediately lifted up and carried to the nearest house — that of Mr. Edward Green, farmer — where he now (Wfduesday evening) lieB in an insensible state. Meesr?...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

Sporting ilfeius. Sam Fielder's Sentonco, won the Opening nnd Flying Handicaps, at Newoastlo. Tho ' arrangements for the great Jubilee Ocean Yacht Race for £1000 havo been con siderably; advanced. At a meeting of the Jubilee Ocean Racc Committee, it was arranged that the course for the luce should be round the coast of the United Kingdom, .leaving the j mainland of Great Britain nnd Ireland on the port nana, starting irom mo ruvor xnames and finishing at Dover. This courso' will give yachts of every build a good chance of show ing their speed, and it is believed will meet with geniral approval. 1 Intimation , has been received from America, that some of the fastest yaehtB tliero intend competing, provided tho course is approved, and tho contest thus, pro mises to be of a far moro interesting character than any yacht race of recent yean. Tho' English Derby winner, Kingcraft, , pur chased for a Kentucky stud, died aftor being six days at sea. The woather was very bad. S. Fieldor's sta...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Result of the Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 4 March 1887

! RcmuU of the KlectlonM. 'jT'ltK.fotlojying la a qomplcto lint of - the. mom lici'M wlio havo boon returned to Parlianiont during tliiH clootion: — » ; . Ai-gylo ,s W. H. Holborrow. '. . P ; E. Ball .. F Atlmry .. O.Day ?? . , T , fioutko J.,,Wftddoll | -''* 1 -A: WiWoh-'1 Balrauald .. ,A., Iwkoman :' j .. F ?I' .Vi.i .Wilkinson ., F Balrtiifiu'' ' '.Tn'cob Garrard ,, F , ,, P. :,T. Smitli - ! , , P J. S. 'ili'iwtliljrlid ' ; F BaUraiatV S , 5 'JDtrJGftrtlli OS 7, P.5J ?' (JSV g Ilurrowa .. T. M.Slattory * .. P Urnid wood- 'A. . Ryrio t i , , ; ; j N j i |P ;?! Ciiiit3rbury_ .., H. Oarnithcrs F ' .? . A.'Huluhihiibn 'XWiPi W. Ilenaon ' . . F W. Ii. Davis .. P uamaont ? vi-. wnrrott ? :;j i .- U' - i ' ' WiHininM'Court : F ' Carcoar . . C, A. Garland , , F 1 - -I i ; 0. E..Joaunerct r ,F. , Ctl. CjiuiborUnd ;V. Pfivkcs / F? ! ! ? 'A. II. M'CiilliKih ' F ; , , . . , Frank' Farnnll . , F Durhrtm'- H.'H. BroWn J -- 1 * - ' ?' Fast Macquariti. /S.'$mith. ; : - , '.j : : F, , | ? ? ? . ....

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