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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

Special Coltan. AVLIS", . BKOAVS ASD CO.. LlMITlJJ, TOWNSVILLE.' . THE above Company intend running a .1 Steamer between Townsville. Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and Johnstone"Eiver, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at'Cairns on "Wednesday afternoon. For Fares and Freights apply to BURNS. PJIILT and CO., Agents. E DITHVALE AJÍD SWALLOWS , WHAEF. " ._ The s.s ¿ITUS will leave for the "above EVERY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock a.m., Returning same day, coui niencinfj on Monday, the 8th inst. For Farts and Freights, apply "' BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. FE ED. T. W I M B L E, AUCTIONEER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Reliable Valuations made, and Realizable Market Value quoted. Intending investors can rely upon their interests receiving most careful attention, while Sellers may also depend upon highest market prices being obtained for them. Temporary ? Office : Corner Spence-street and Esplanade, next to the Post and Tele- graph Office, Cairns. "BE \VTSE TO-DA...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

! Oni- Brisbane Letter. (FKOjX ouk o»"x COE :ESP1>VT>CXT.) I THiJtr s nctlurï ce«- i \ i is to ti ' jon th swtLi I t 11 j ou 1 «t wV tK r>--ul of tile al in I r i li c1 in tIiil' w s vuv un-n"l cl. si ipi e foi (i ruai mi.it a^ UK) nenn h s ipp r i I inca i th "euer-111 toa \o*i 1 i>*-i ast i_<*tu -lad.»hi lo«t*n »tu (.uri 1 «io "e to-1 b t n Cr mian loi co J mel - i h t^o ppo ¡' oa -ruo 11 i-ti re 1 11 \ t ' r 'i a 11 nr * n for Pcngeih the io n_, urns, iijli1!^. T'n Tu F pira o" e-n-e r mu I ti eitel in is i tim_iph f i tht G \ -nmirt 1 u.-u»il \ li it th-\ i I v c n-, 1 ni it H Lau »ii ng S'u 11 in ni dim india., 11 li mi s 1 Till loOWOOillvCltlON C1* ti lim in U lu-, tXl ii i ii fu ii thi C ii mt iii li ?> cjllii^uc Ima li i w n vin <!ti n^m thur i pu »was if di ,u t it hw i in lect 1 ifoi i lu cuiic ' «ni 1 ii it iann< 'i kmnu -Wut tuin the ilTm mil til i until Mi Oulith olio hi lil 31i Shcii 1 in his gone down to mei'' him m Sidm...

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PART IX.—GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

Pakt IX.-General. All leases under the Act are to contain a reservation of mines and minerals, and of a right of access for the purpose of searching for or work- ing such, ou conditiou of making com- pensation to the lessee for damage done. (Sec. 109.) All Crown grauts issued under the Act are to contain a reservation of all gold in or under the land comnrised therin. (Sec. 110.) Xo lessee under Part III., or lessee of a grazing farm, will be allowed to ringbark timber or cut down auy tree except for the purposes of his holding, without obtaining permission from the Land Commissioner. (Sec. 111.) Any holding under the Act may be sub-divided upon application to the Minister. The old lease must be sur- rendered, and new ones will then issue for the remainder of the term. (Sec. 115.) The provisions of the Fencing Actof 1SG1 will apply to auy lease under the Act or to any license for an agricul- tural or grazing farm. (Sec. 118.) The stock of the holder of an agri- cultural farm (except...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

i Cable Messages. (FBOSr ouït OWX COHRESrOSBEXTS.) | ' European atetas. I LONDON. Jaxuvkv 29. I It is reported that Germany, Kii-ssia. and Austria have agreed to accept the French comiter proposals for the solu- tion of the Egyptian question on the basis suggested by i he English Govern- ment. It is officially reported that Colonel Stewart has been promoted to the rank of Majbr-General. .Taxvary 30. It is stared of the further recent en- gagement near Meteiniieli, that the Arab force which opposed, the British advance numbered tully 700b. It is estimated that 2000 perft-lied, while the loss on the British side was 21 killed and about 100 wounded. The latest news from the front announces that the cavalry under Major-General Ear.'e was attacked by a large body of Arabs, who were reputed with heavy loss' after severe fighting. * U . f J.VXlUKl 31. John Bright, at a"meeting held yes- terday night at Birmingham, addressing his constituents, deprecated the exten- sion of the Britith Empir...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

SHIPPING. - ARRIVALS. January íí>. - Ranelach, s.h" Capfc. Becl, from ?Sydney, via Brisbane and porta. Passengers-Messrs. W" Hinton, G. P. Smith, G. Goldstein, HuUcher, D. Thomatis, F. C. Biuiuett, ami 20 m steerage. Junuarj 28.-jUarauoa, s.S., dipt. Hampton, from Sj liney, \ia Brubiue and porte Passengers-SJx>s Pyue, Me>brs. Humphrey*», W. M. Sutherland, Cromu, and li m steer*i¿e. January ti.-li-melu-rli,. sj* . Capt. Beel. from Cook- town. Pa-wmrers-Mrs. 3TCoy, Miss M*Coyv Pro- fessor Arm md, Mr Xutkay, and 5 m steenge. January 31.-3taramu, **.*, Capt. Hampton, from Cooktown. PaaseiifTerî.-Messrs. Ballard, Carno», I>e I*is«u. Holdsworth, Thoun^on, Stfnn-^ou. andCrau. February 1.-Wentworth, t¿> , Cap*. Munro«., from Slellwurne, via Sydney, Brisbane and x>ort.s. P.lv sen^ere-Messrs. ¿.H Douold, J. Enteil, A. Jolne, J. Hennessy, Wilson. Maudlejou, und 2 m steerage February- <î.--Marv Peverley, schooner. Captain Sformra, from Bundil-erg-. February 4.-Burde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. rilHE Company's Steamers le ive this port EVERY THURSDAY FOR NORTHERN TORTS, and EVERY SATURDAY EVEXI3ÍG FOR SOUTHERN PORTS. for Fun» jumI Kate* at Vrt-brbt. »ppJj- at j .the CouiouBjr'a own Mi», st Vihmrl- I BCTKKS, FHIU* and CO. (I-ntrrk»), I Agent?. I Queensland National Bank, LlJHTtD. Incorporated under "The Compaiiics Act,"* 18G3. BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... ... ¿1.000,000 Paid-up Capital ... ... 5ÜO,U>0 Reserve Fund ... ... 1S5,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits .t Current Rates. Drafts ¡¿sued on Head Office, Branches and Agents. Advances made against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual banking business transacted WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairns Brunch. " ÍT1HE HEEBERTON ADVERTISER." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10s per quarter, or Jti annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a large circulation...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

DEPARTURES. January" 2?.-Kanelajrîi, «t^e.. ciï't^Bccl; for Cook- town. 13-V^enirers.--iln*. M'Coy, Misóos 2H*Coy, Peter^n, Vullelly, ¡mil U iu steera^p. January 2!*.-Maranoa, s.S., CuiA. Hampton, for Cooktown. Passengers-3Tessrs. H. B. Thompson. Sayce, C. E. Jadenll, Professor Annand, und 9 in steerage. Jauuary 3L-Ranelagh» sa» Capt. Beet, for Sydney, via, Briabirae and ports. Pa**emnird- Mesara. lMuny, Parker. Black, Sweeney, Bankin, Phillips, and 5 in steerage, ^r* January 31.-Maranoa, ejt., Capt. Hampton, for Sydney, via Brisrune and port«. Puaaentrerh-Mesara. Ballard, Cunio w. De Lis»», and Holdsworth. February J.-Wentworth, b.«., Capt. Monroe, for MeUwHaiT», vavportj Brisbane, »nd Bydwry. Tua-' senders-Mesdames Symes*, Shallow, Hobson, "Hen- nessy, Kiiur&ford. W. C. Smith, und Messrs. Swallow. Hobson, Jkänssferd; White,Armand, £.Buden, W.U. Boden, Yena, tinda in «toeraKC. - - - February 4.-Burdekin, s.d.. Capt. Keir, for Towns ville, -rill Johnstone River. Passeuirers-...

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PART V.—OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

Pakt V.-Occupation- Licenses. Any Crown lands not subject to a right of depasturing under Part III. may, by a notiee in the Gazette, be opened to application for license to occupy. (Sec. 77.) Applications for such licenses must be made to the Land Commissioner, and the-first applicant will be entitled to the license. A license will terminate on the 31st December of the year lu which it is granted, but may'be renewed from rear to year bv payment to the Treasury on or before the 30th Sep- tember, of the next year's rent. The land under license to occupy may- be opened to selection at the same time. - If this take place the rent will be reduced by one-third. A license may be determined at the end of any Tear by six months' notice given by* the Minister, and the rent payable may be increased by not more than 25 per cent, by notice given to the licensee at any time before the previous 30th September. A license may be transferred on pay- ment of a fee of 10s. aliMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV-,

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PART IV.—AGRICULTURAL AND GRAZING FARMS. AGRICULTURAL FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

Pakt IV.-AomcrLTUK-Vb a>i> Gbaz ixg F ii: jis. AliniCULTUHAI. FABMS. Land will bo opened to selection in suitable localities for agricultural farms. (Sec. 41.) As a rule lands situated in agricultural areas will be specially adapted for agricultural settlement. Instances, however, will occur where the land is not good agricultural land, but possibly only inferior pastoral land, the area dealt with being too small for opening as grazing farms, or being in the vicinity of towuships or fanning settlements, and therefore useful for some farmer who requires a paddock for his stock.. Land opened for selection will first be surveyed (Sec. 43.) with the excep- tion of land which has been previously open, and ean fairly be described with- out survey. In the latter cases to avoid delay, for the first two years of the Act being in operation, the. land may be opened aceordjug to description only. (Sec. 44.) Xo person who is under the age of IS years, or who is a married woman not having o...

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The Board of Trade and the Sugar Bounties. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

The Board of Trade and the Sugar Bountien. Tue promoters of the anti-bounty movement must by this time he pretty well convinced that they have little sympathy to expect from the officials of the Board of Trade. These gentlemen, being of opinion that their hours are quite long enough already, are not anxious for the extra work which might be thrown upon'them were the'agitation to develop. Consequently, from their point of view, the sooner the movement ia crushed out the better. For this purpose the Statis» tical Department offen admirable facilities. By a little skilful manipulation of figures one can prove anything', and a feeling akin to satisfaction was experienced throughout Whitehall Gardens when it became known that Mr. Giffen had undertaken to demolish the bogey. Everybody, too, was jubilant when the result of his work appeared in the leading Journal, with an accompanying lead- ing article, declaring'that the anti-bounty people had not a leg to stand upon. For our own- part, s...

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Imperial Federation. (THE AUSTRALASIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

, jlviperi«] ;Fe4«nitioo. . (THE AUBTBJtLASIAM.) I ¿'HE letter addressed to the Agent-Ueneral ol Victoria by the Friabiee'cl. this colony on the 20th of November lastrón the subject of Imperial federation, puts the whole question of the unsatisfactory position occupied by the colonies towards the mother country in a Sufficiently clear light to enable English Statesmen to perceive the necessity of apply- ing an early remedy to the state of things comphiined of. For while we enjoy consti- tutional freedom and parliamentary repre- sentation on the one hand, or, in other words, while Great Britain has formally recognised that we have long since reached our political manhood, yet, on the other baud, in what may be called our diplomatic relations with the parent State, we are still in a condition of pupilage or adolescence. As Mr. Servi vi strongly expresses it: " Subjects of this part of the empire may be deeply interested in the action, or, it may lie. the inaction of lie Imperial autho...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

Victoria. MELBOURNE, Jasuaby 20. Mr. Service has to-day received a copy of the telegram sent by the Xew South AVales Government to their Agent-General respecting the Xew Guinea annexation. It is probable that each of the colonies will submit their views upon the question separately to the Imperial Government. Jaxuaky 30. Mr. Service had a long interview with the lion. S. "\V. Griffith yesterday, during which several important matters were discussed. The greatest amiiity prevailed upon all the subjects brought forward. An agreement was arrived at between them upon the amendment suggested by the Imperial Government in the Federation Enabling Bill, but it will not be made public for the present, as the other colonies havo to be con- sulted- Other matters were also in- troduced, which included the Kew Guiuea annexation question, and the contribution b3' the colonies to the expenses of the protectorate. Yesterday afternoon a deputation, consisting of the members of the Chamber of Commerc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

"TIE GINS POST," - A WEEKLY JOURNAL, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. The Cairns Post affords an excellent medium, both to Local and Southern Adver- tisers, being widely circulated throughout the Colonies, especially Brisbane. Towns- ville, Wild River, Goldsborough, George- town, Ingham, Mackay, Cooktown, Charters Towers, fort Douglas, and Geraldton dis- tricts. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION NORTH OF TOWNSVILLE. g-r-taaû 700 Captas Each l*«M. Prices-Paid in advance. Sis per annum; 6s 6d per quarter ; Booked, 26s per annum. ADVERTISEMENTS : One Inch (eight lines) ... ."4 0 Every Subsequent Inch.2 0 Special terms for three, six, anil twelve months. EVERY DESCRIPTION OP PRINTING mmo ti ran mamu. AT LOWEST RATES, AHD EO,UAL TO 80CTHXBÄ 8t>acnraN8. t _____ Especial care and attentioca will be gives to this branch, while promptness can always be rei.td upon. -k" pi,,».«- ~-»-;-.. oil *t.q, 1,1;.^ ^friran and English type novelties, as W»ll as ta» most improved --team machinery. WALL, ALLEN ...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

* * * The Cairns Post   THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. "We note by the Duly Northern Stan- dard to hand that a change of proprietor- ship has taken place, Mr. F. A. Rochford having purchased the concern, with right, title, plant, book debts, tie. The journal will continue to be conducted in the *' Liberal " interest. We could w ish it a better fate. "With this isäue we publish a special sup- plement, which contains a digest of the " Crown Lands Act of 1SS4," that hts just been issued by the Under-Secretary for Lands at Brisbane. The digest should be of great service and convenience to intending settlers, as it contains very explicit and full information of the Act. Mr. Win. Dalglish, the secretary of the Cairns District Hospital, reports that he has received advice from the Colonial Secretary that the sum of .£118 13s lOd has been re- mitted to the Q. X. Bank, being the amount of tne subsidy endowment due for public subscriptions ...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. PORT DOUGLAS, FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 5 February 1885

LATEST BY WIRE [From our own correspondent.]   PORT DOUGLAS, February 3. A vessel is reported as gone ashore at Double Island. It is supposed to be a schooner from the South Sea Islands for Cairns with islanders. The Sub-collector of Customs here has gone down in the steamer Dingo to the scene. February 4. The schooner Elibank Castle, of Sydney, trading from the South Sea Islands, with Henry C. Banks, the mate, is charge, arrived here yesterday. The mate reports that Captain Howie, to- gether with four hands, were brutally murdered on the 15th January by the natives off Point Bangetta, of the Soloman group, while attempting to land. On the boat getting towards the beach they were attacked by a number of the savages; there were probably over 60 in number. The murder was witnessed by those on board the vessel at anchor, and was committed with tomahawks, spears, and other weapons. Some of the natives, upon the boat nearing the shore, rushed suddenly into the water up to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 February 1885

HOBSON. DRAPER AND CO.. AUCTIONEERS AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Lr.vc been f:iV(ii>rc.l «¡iii in>'f riM-finns l-l ,S K Í. I. UV PUBLIC AUCTION, ¡H their Mart, ESPLANADE, CAUINS, SATURDAY, HTH FEBRUARY, SATURDAY, 1 ITU VJÎHRUARV, ST. VALENTINES DAY, AT NOON ! NOON Î 15 mi. MK 15 SPLENDID ALLOTMENTS, Hoing portion of Suburban Sect ion 23, Cairn*. The Auctioneers guarantee thar thc whojo and each of these allotment* arc on sound and high ground. This lund adjoins section 15, which wns «old hy the Government some time ago, and which has «¡ncc become a thickly popu- lated neighbourhood, lt is within ten Uli ll ute»' walk of thc Post Ottice, sud is most suitably situated for those desirous o£ erecting their own resi- dences and saving rent. As a specula- tion, for those in search of in vestments, it cannot lie surpassed, for so soon na thc Railway tenders ure called, kind in mid about Cairns will increase iu value at least HW per cent. News has just fume to-hand that Mr. Curiiow, thc Actin...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill. Esq., P.M.) February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 February 1885

Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill. Esq., P.M.) February 3. i redt. Davison, charged with drunken- ness, pleaded guilty, and discharged with a caution. February 7. Tommy and Sambo, aboriginals, remanded from 31st January, charged on suspicion of the murder of Donald M'Aulay on the Mul- grave Ki ver. The police having no evidence to proceed with the prisoners were dis- charged. Permission was granted to Chas. Wilson to have music in his licensed house, the Commercial Hotel, for one month. February 10. (Before W. E. O. Hill, Eso... P.M., and E. J. Gorton, Esq., J.r.J Application by Louisa Burke for a transfer of the license of the Court House Hotel to .Mary M. K.oumAvas granted/ ' ' * Application Ijy Mary M. Kearn for per- mission to have music and dancing in her licensed house, the Court Uouse Hotel, for this night. Granted tiU 3 a.m., 11th inst. ít&S!>?GT H.*T^mpÄ. Granted. ' ' Mathew Marón, charged with having no lawful visible means of support. Prisoner was dis...

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The Receat silver Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 February 1885

Tlie Rrwiit Silver IMsronry. Tm following interesting particulars nf | several mineral leas«* in tho silver country | near Irvinebank have Wen forwarded us Ly a correspondent on whose veracity we can rely : Thc Albion lease, 10¿ acres, in which thu rich discoveries have been made, is situated j about mid-way between the base »nd the summit of a hill, about tiUtt't above the level of the si.mmnding country. Thc hill is on the right of the saddle track from Irvine- bank to SilverhVld-live miles from the former, and ono from tlie latter. Thu lode has been very recently opened, aùd but little work done ; a cutting, about 12ft broad by 21ft lon;:, hiw lieen put in. which has just taken th« top of thc lode. The out. j crop «°as IL substance uim li resembling iron- j stone, and gave but little promise of the richea beneath. The lode is about lift wide, j and all more or less silver-lwnrinit. Large ¡ slugs were found running through the j ground, nome weighing 2oH,. whieh assayed I very goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 February 1885

-3? ? ? ? Mfcg Crtmn.' ' APLIN, BROWN AND CO., ^LIMITED? ? i 'J TOWNSVILLE. r|1nE above Company intend running a A a Steamet between Townsville, Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and Johnstone River, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon. ...... - , - ' .' . " 'For Fares and Freights apply tb " ""' BURNS, VHlhV and CO., .Agents. EDITHVALE AST) SWALLOWS WHARF. '= The s.s ZEUS 'will leave for the above EVERY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock a.ni.. Returning same day,' com- mencing on Monday, the 8th inst. Y For Fares and Freights, applv BURNS, PHILP and"CO., . . Agents. FR E D. "' T. ""' "W I M V. L E AUCTIONEER. LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Reliable Valuations made, and Realizable MarVet Value quoted. Intending investors can rely upon their interests receiving moat careful attention, while Sellers may also depend upon highest market prices being obtained for them. Temporary .0*ce:.- Corner. Speace-street and Esplanade, ne»t to the Post an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 12 February 1885

LIFE ASSURANCE. DO NOT MISS THIS OPrOKTGNlTY OF EFFECTING THE IMPORTANT STEP OF ASSURING YUl'K UVE?. ME. FRAN a" OIÎRI6TOK, Um Kne. i:.l ; Tmvflliui; Kc]H*oii«'Utattvf of the« NATIONAL MÜTl'AI. J.I1K A><R»CI*- ; TION. has extended Iiis »¡.-it 1" ('»¡nu, and '? uar l«e consulted Mt 1 TATTERS A LL'S HOTEL ' for another wpelf. * The special r.dvauti-gos offered by tbis ] .S.M-ieiy are : I MK KB EH S MAY B0KEOW ; OX SECURITY OF TH Ell' POLICIES ¡ V P TO H A LF TH ri k JK'V XT ASST K K1 ». ; KATES ABE C1IAB01U> AT XEAKEST! KIETH MAY. j and Policies Lie nut allowed t<i lapse ou ¡ account of unu-pnyment cf premium!.. POLICIES ARE NOT ixv.u.iPATEn j 1!Y SU M UK. i 1!E WISE IX TIMK. IKSU1ÏE TO-HAY. j I A. S. KEAN. I K.Vi.U-ut St-crvtnrv. I ME. JAMES BOWLER is appointed Agent for tile CâiKNS PO*T in ller hcrton and district, and is curjuwered to receive payments of nec<<uuts, advertise- ments, and subscriptions. WALL, ALLE.N and CO., Proprieto...

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