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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

H.AltesrT IlotE S.at:.-lThe impression seems to be abroad that this has been an exceptionally good harvest, and that as a result money will he freely spent whenever and wherever large inducements are offered. So as not to leave any doubt in the minds of purchasers as to where tile greatest and most genuine attlactions may be fund. Messrs. Manning and Co., of View P'(;int, Sandhurst, have issud a circulllar aonuneing reductions as high as ls ill tile £. comnelllln cing on Monday, and we feel ceFrtain their liberal offers will be taken full advanlage of. For the convenience of those who come a long distance, and whose tiame for shopping is limited, this firm are preparing a large luncheon room. mt here light refreshment will be provided freeof charge between tile hour3 of 12 and 2 o'clock. Th'e premisees are to ibe 'decorated with choice samlples of cereals, ete Many other novelties may Ibe explected, judg ing front heir husinoss.-ADVT. Wi\r RErlirs Dea -If you have failed to be cared...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KERANG, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KEtANu, .N.iuAUv 2t. Present : Cirs. \Williamtson (chair'nan), tuhdeliftl M'Koenzie, Cook and lBtler. The minutes of the preo inus mleeting, as read. were co!tirllted, on the motion of Cltir. Cook, semonded by Cntiu. P'Keozie. m1't:I:ESt'PONX ENCI'. froin secretry f.Leaghutr and .\eering Irrigation and \Vater Supply Trnit, en closing copy of resolutiotn. aIi?opt:ild t a conference of trusts Ihell at Appin on Saturlday. 28lth lIecember. lIeceived. Fromt W:ate" Supply l)epartment, for nlarding sclte lulu to lIe tilled inl. SFerctatry to attend to same. From same. stati.g,. by direction of the 110o. the .liinistear, that the clhairman's a qlowtnce lnutst Ie paid out of revenue, lnd tIht: the revenue lllust lirst defray all chlarges die to the state. Mo\ved by Clir. Cook. seconded by Clir. It:t!elitl, that the secretary he inistrunted to writeo to the departiiint shinting out that there was no possilbility of raising a revenlte, as the works I...

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BAPTIST CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

BAPTIST CIUPRcHIEs.-The 11ev. A. ISRac is announced to preach on Sunday next as follows :-K? ranc, 11 a.m.; Tragowel, 8 p.m.; Macorna, 7.30 p.m. ' REPAILRS -TO CnAx?cLS..-Tenders are invited, under the usual heading, on nac count of the Tragowel Irrigation and Water Supply Trust,' for repairs to chan nels,

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HIEmIIT ABOVE SU3IF.ILE LEVF.. [BY TELECGR.\Pl.J Thursday. Mutltx. ft. in. Alburv .. .. .. 1 2 Echluca .. .. .. 4 1 Swan Hill . . .. 4 11 Euston .. .. .. 1 Gosl.nuns. Seymour .. .. .. O i; .\l ItnRU31ID EE. Wagga .. .. . 20 nlay .. .. .. 1 3 llairanald .. .. .. 1 8 DARINiG. IMenindie .. .. .. 11u1 4 Wentworth .. 7 Wilecannia .. .. .. 17 4

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COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

COHUNA. -- I (FIIOiM OUR 0 "? COIttESP'ONDENT.) The thrasher.s are now in fill swing, and the average return of the district, when notes are compared, will be found abont 11 bshle!s per acre. There is straw enough pawsing through for six hags, b)i rust aLn waste !:hive 1n"tidt ultpleasa?tl reductions. This, with about 15 men to pay, at the rate of sevenpence an hour, three doing the work of two, and if ihe " cockie" complains, dowa with the firks and a stampede to the uno rest beershop, make things pleasant. The oldest eru. player of labor cannot remember hands so tvraunic.il in their demands, and so coltmparatively useless when at work. Thl"y should have been ciril servalts ; they are not very civil in their present calling. The rine will comno when the stripper will be again in use, and those rowdies are wear ing " bluey" through the interior. From every firmer you meet the complaint or the character of the men throughout this harvest is uppermost. The residlets here regret very m...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. THE "JUBILEE PLUNGER." THE WEATHER IN ENGLAND. MRS. PARNELL SAID TO BE IN POVERTY. THE LONDON DOCK TROUBLES. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. RAILWAY DISASTER IN AMERICA. WRECK OF THE LOCH MOIDART. LONDON, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS; ENOLAND AND POlRTUG;AL. THlE '.JUII.EE PLUNCER." THll: IATHER IN ENGLAND. IMRS. PARNEll. SAID TO BE IN POVEIRTY. TIlE LONDON DOdt 'ITROiUl??S: T'H15 IOWINt GlaIiMidiSl.IIi. AIStS'itALLAN X iEIElIA'-r?O ]AIL\VAY DISASTER I AMERICA. 1VJRECK OF TH IE LOCliH ?01).titi, .(FReno .tItCUS ANS AGE CORRESPOXDIonxr.) LoNDO\, Jan. 27. Demlonstrations of ill-feeling towards England, in consequence of her prompt action in connection with the Zi:uiles diflieilty, continue throughout Portugal, where the English traders are being sys. temantically boycotted. Mijor Pinto. thu Portugters e ohiicer who led the attack spoit the itakoilo natives in the uri?tbtLsi, liag been osiletiet~ tby the Contral fGoveenment not to return to Lisbon for the uiiesent fo fear oi exciting the populace into revolt; To avoid snih a p1ssibility; Majiti. Pilitt lias been. ilesiinclied ul a. nli;sioui hd u -.;rir;. An-er,. - The surn of .t1.000, which Mr. Ernest Benzon (the " Jubileo 1'luinger ") was arrest...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

COMMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOURl MILLS. [r. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat ai follows:-Fair milling to prime. -% lld to 3s 1ud.

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

SANDHIURST STOCK MARKET. Messrs. 1t. O'Neill and Co. report :-Cattle. -550 yarded for this week's supply. Quality medium and inferior beef and stores. There was only a moderate attendance of buhnyers, and competition dull, prices showing no imn provemont on last week's low rates. We quote :-- ullocks. £5 to £7 10s, : few extra good quality realising £9 ; cows, £l to £0. Our sales were drafts for 5Messrs. Murphy Bros., Tootell, Nicholas, Prankerd and others, at market rates. Calves.-1- 9 penned. Best quality realised late rates, whilst others were elearel ,by graziers. Slheep.--5.900 penned, of which about 2,000 were suitable for mutton. Quality principally medium sorts. There was an average attendance of buyers, but we have no material alteration to note in values from last week's. Pest merino wethors sold to los 01 ; others. 7s to 9s; owes, Os toSs Gd. Our sales were 272 merino oewes for Messrs. Riner and Charles to Gs 01. Lambs,-789. We have no alteration in values to report from ...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

MlELBOURNT MAR~KA.T IREIPORTS. Meossrs. 11. T.anlford and Co., Fish Market, Melbourne, report the following soles for the week ending January 24th :-Salmon, 3s to is Gd ; mullet. So to 23s; flatheads. Gs to 14s; gnrds. So to 24s ; pike, Go to 16s; ilonn ders. 4s to 10s; dozen trout, 4s to 11s Gd; pilchards. Is Gd to G;: eels. ld to 2d per lt; Murray cod nad perch. ld to 64l per lb; ovsters. 25s to GOr per hng ; rnhhits. -ts to 11s Gd dozen pairs; teal. 1-1 to 2s 1h per brace; black dock,. 3d to :3s 91 ; hnrd head. 4d to 2s Gtd; widgeon. 11 to l3d: blclk wing, 3d to Is 9d; wild turkey, 5s to 12s Gid each. Thursday. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co.. .iimited. conti nuoe thleir wool sales to-day. wlhen a catalogue of about. 1.000 bales wan offered to a full attendance of the trade. The bulk of the wool offered vwas either oddments or else late shorn wools, and taking this into consideration. the sale toaed off fairly well. The netws of tlhe satisfacory opening of the TJan...

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PINE HILLS IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

PINE HILLS IRRIGA TION & WA TER SUPPLY TRUST. The rdijonurned ileeting of. the above trust we:s held at the chairnniidf/ rl?ldenee, Lower Loddon, on Tuesday last, there being present :--Cnrs. Ferguson (chair man), Caduseh, Mleharry and Morrison. CO1RESPONIDENCE. From .J. II. M'Coll, M1.L.A.. stating that lie had been informed by the con servator of forests that a large number of trees woull be available for distribution during the coming planting season, and advising the trust to nmae cuarly applica tion for what they required. Received with thanks; Iromu T?Viter P?lppl" Departmeut, for warding, for the infobtnttion of the com minissioners. copies of the orders-in-connell aking the sumsll of £1,500 and £4,700 available for the purposes of the trust. Reeeived. Fromt same, intimnating 4.i' direction of the hoe. the Minister that the chairmsian's allowance Iimust be paid ontoflthe revenue, and that the revenute tmutst first defiay all charges dne to the state.-R-eceived. tGENEI...

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Mr. DEAKIN ON IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

Mr. DEAKIN ON IRRIGATION. Ont Sotnolrdy ]jtt"ho Chltirf Secretary r -irodl 0.t|o.-. . cde·ltdrol|, i·.,.noetr o.l Irrigation, under the auspices of the Cont nlercial Association of that town. ?Ir. I)cakin, who was received with pro. longed cheets, said that the circeunstanecs of this country were very different from those of countries inl the 011 W\orhl. which owed heavy debts for money spent in war. We mit!ght 1,e fairly said to have no national debt. for all we had borrowed for reproiluctive work colll be paid back iout of the revenue in onlleor two years. Questionll of twal or peace andI inlternational relations wcre al;sollt from our politics. The Iquestions which arise here were conected tvlOth what litl.ht be calledl the in.hlstrial sphere. \We liad eti teretd lupon large ntational invoestments, andt we collducted enterlprises. si121 asti railways atdl waterworks, which r otherll parts of tie world were usually the subject of private monopoly. The irst que.tion in such at colo...

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JOINT IRRIGATION WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

13INT IRIAGATldidN WORKS. A meeting of 'l''rust conmisissioners wis heil at Keranig on Wetnesdlay, for the purpl'ose of accepting tenders. There were pr'esent :- C 'ns. W\illianson. Rttddliltf Butler, . M'lienatie Avatdl (\\?iadelld), hlear,; Wood (Twelvc?e Mile), lHerdnian. "W. 0unsttin, W. 3.1. 1)unstanit (Lonaghur and 3lel ing. Cur. \Villiamisoti oerCnple I tIhe hj.ii:. . The niinutes of the previous mteeting 'Iere read anil conlirimed tenders were dealt with as follows : l .tegultinti slu?e for new ch:tennel.-\\. If. Dunstan, £1:0 lis. 19(1 chains improvements to Wanldella Creek.--Referred to Wouhdella Trust. 2"i chains .15 links of 20 feIt channel Ifroi end of No. S contract to ile projected new heatlworks.-W-. 1. Dunstan. u Ci1 1s 14. 1 main road bridge vetr 2Oft. ethnnael.-- l. A. Wallace, £26;1 10.. HIeahlworks Twelve-mile creek.--l. A. Wallace, .£22 1i;. Electing coretaker's cottage-Tu be re advertised, Rielative to the work for imprsoving Wan dlella Creek; it was resoltvel...

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THE GOULBURN WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

THE GOULBURN WEIR. Very little has appeared ill the Press with regarl t lhe " Ihrchison 1Weir," consitecr ing tie importance of that work froln an irrigaturar l point of view. The weir is an illtlense stolne anllll iron structure naeross thle lirvr (Idulbur; it its to cdost ilbout £100,000, and its oblject is to raise the level of the water in the river, so thalt many tlhouosands of acres on the eart and west may be i--ri r.ttedl. h'he !seir i iight or nine miles fro:o "i urchi,,ono, tul C :it iell repaiv the Irouhbl of thIe trit. Ft-re the main roat a witding frack, close to the steepl river Iantk, leads to the weir, ino.-, le:r_its; o.pllletion. Lagoons atboun.l ill the tleitrhriiooo I of the swei. and extendl at itlreitalt tr ttlittV miles ljip treamt, and witl, when the weir is liniished, be filled witht thie water of the river and affonr imi. intlse slorage. It iwas oil aoUntlll of Ithese nagoons atlld tile high b;tiks of tile riivcr thatt MIri. Stuarti Maurrn . wilo close ti I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATOIHELL, SOLICITORS, ELDON CHAMBERS, WELLINGION ST., KERIANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Free hold or Crown Leasehohl Securities. £10,000 '1o0 LT.X?D, In one sum, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLISON & CO (Members :-T. S. HIonDA.Y; C. Flrl:D, Kr:S NEDY ; MTYLES O'lsRII\.) OLICITOIIS, CONVEYANCERS, IllIOC TORIS & ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG MYLES O'E.tlEN, Commissioner for Alli davits. £47,000 TO LEND, in various sums. On Freehold ann Leaschohl Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. THE Office is under the personal manage ment of MYLES O'BRIEN, above named. Private address-CULLEN'S HOTEL. SANDHURST ?MASONIC ART UNION (In Accordance with Act No. 532.) 10,000 TICKETS AT 10s Gd EACH. FIRST PRIZE, £1000. SECOND PRIZE, £500. Third Prize, £200 ; Fourth Prize, £100. 2 Prizes at £50 each ; 75 Prizes from £20 to £2 ; and 530 Prizes at £1 each, consisting of valuable Oil and Water-color Paintings, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

Trade A.dresscs. R. LANGFORD AND CO. FIS1I, OYSTERI. GAME & PRODUCE SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, House, Land, Estate, Syndicate and Com miission ngents. Offices and S~ 'res-FiSII MARKET, Fli.- It ders and Swanston streets, MELItOUIINE Sole agents for the tndersigned--Gibbin's N.S.W. Oyster Fisheries. G;. RIaiser's Sh11nl haven and Jarvis I'ay Oyster Fisheries, the Moreton Bay Oyster Co., Ltd., I Brisbane, the Newcastle Prawn Co., Turnage and Sons, Fish Curer., Port Chlalimers, N.Z., A. Melley. Auckland Oyster Fisiheries. Fish, Oysters, G:nmI, Prawns, etc., packed and forwarded in wholesale parcels to all parts of this antl the adjoititlg eoanies. Boxes, baskets and bags provided, and auction sales held daily by lOBE?RT LANG(FO. I). J. W. 1.ANGFOR Ii. and J. T. PAICE. , IANGFORD and CO. h g to return thanks for all past favors and saupport and beg to notify to tile lishernleu, galitL shooters and farnlers of Kere Ig and sllrrtlll. ing districts that they tare prlparedt t.o rtceie t...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

CRICKET. ks suited in our previous issue, the Cup match, Tragowel G. Gordon, played at Tragowel on Saturday last, resulted in favor of the former. The following are the scores : (Goitnox.-First Innings. Crane, h M'Corthy ... ... ... 0 Vallance, b M'Carthy ... ... 2 M. Wood, b M'Carthy ... .. ... 5 Walker, b M3Carthv ... ... ... T. Wood, l.h.w., b M'Carthy ... 0 .obling, b M'Carthy ... ... ... MA. Vallance. b D)ougs ... . 1 llenilmanu. b Douglas ... .. ... 2 Sharp. b Dougla Mani, h .M'Carthy ... ... ... 0 lowecroft, not oui t ... .. ... 0 lyes ... ... ... ... 1 Total... ... ... ... 1 Second Innings. VWooil. h M'Carthy ... loblitig, isb lDoughts .. .. .'rane, b Dotigla .. ... Wood, b Doidglas ... ... ... - M. Vallance. c Vain-. b Dutgla, ... Iler.ltan, c J. l)ouglas h A. Douglas 1 Walker. b 3PCarthy ... ... ... 2 W. Vallance. t Douglas ... ... u F'oweroft, not out ... ... ... 3 Sharp, e and b Douglas ... .. 0 M'ann, b M'Carthy ... ... ... 1 Byes ... ... ... ... "I Total... ... ... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

Trv.e Ac 1cbos·s . WEHOLESALE CLOTHING CA). ai 7ýýl1 j Sj re I M t .. ,1'' 7 C ( TWEEDS COATINGS TrwENnks COATINGS TWEFEDS CUATINGS TWEEIIDS COA rINGS. PIXIE, and FANCY SEIIOGES B;LtTE and FANCY (S 11RC1ES. BLUE anJ FANCY S R.GE S. Blue and Thnc.y emerges.1 OUR OWNZ IIPOIATI\W. ` 11 'lIE Au~rtienet of DPiIN I atd $ 1) Al Eta li trtiut)]) i. lhevon'i d1oub like hest ever s~een in the colonites. As esoal we hlkckv a large. stall .kf the Bes Cu tlters I W rkmen _ _ IN VICTORIiA. ALL WOOL TWlEED TROUSERS ( o order), 2so II. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), -16'. \VR1ITE F oR S kI I'L"ES. Oar Traveller Visit lihe Iiot1ict every Too Mso1t'ts. I J1. T. MIltILE lO\', Gernerakl klan;ko er. THUS. s[. F'iIAS 1iI 1Rkt to k~kro R ti- inkhabitant5of Pvrkakk 1 dill aol Distkiot tl . :ar. elk IS .1 the hoIo.-sk"" eat jtli sok' kbo tun o 01r A. J. .kaee, lhe k.k pkrkeo"klvi to d:" ull * kloeriik, toe of Ti Ai'NTESS AND) SADDLE WORK ATt Lo WEJST PRIZDES C'.kikkl:jiked will;. iLet wokrikmanshikp. ljil...

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GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL   TRUST. The arbitration case of S. Garvin against   the Tragowel Plains Irrigation and Water   Supply Trust was resumed in the Warden's Court House, Sandhurst, on Wedneslay, I before Major Bartrop, P.M. The plaintiff     sues for the recovery of £200 for damages I alleged to have been done to his property by an overflow of flood waters front the dcfendant trust's works. Mr. Kirby appeared for the plaintiff, and Dr. Quick, instructed by Messrs. Connelly and Tatchell, for the defendant   trust. Mr. Kirby handed in a document signed by Stephen Garvin consenting to become a party to the suit. Samuel Garvin, the plaintiff, continuing iis evidence, said that a general account of the danurge lone by the January flood had been given. On Saturday night, January 4th, Mr. Soutlhern's step brother w.ent up the channel, and removed the obstruction at McLeod's dam. This re lieved the watoer. Sout...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FJII).I l", .JANU..tRlY 31, 1o890. DlE?Pn'RtnE or Me. Er..is.-The numc rous friends of .Mr. Asher Ellis, our well known postmaster, will regret to learn that he is on the point of leaving Reraug. On Wedneslay aIr. Ellis was ollicially advised to hold himself in realiness to proceed to Dimbhoola, to which ollice he has been appointed to take charge. Mr. Ellis is quit, an old identity of Kerang. Some eighteen years ago le was here as relieving ollicer, and later (over 14 years ago), when the place could scarcely be termed even a village,he camne to Keraug as perm;tneut postmaster, rotaining the posi tion throughout the intervening period, and watching the town develop into its present imtportantt dimtensions. MIr. Ellis was for many years closely identified with the leclha:ies' Institute, the establislhment of which was imaiily due to his efflrorts. Ile acted as honorary secretary fora iumuber of 3ears, anl when he rolinquisheld ...

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PANNOOBAMAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

PANNOOBAMAWN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The new year has come upon us with   the full force of old Sol's rays. The heat during the past forntnight has been almost unbearable, and persons compelled to lie on a sick bhed must have suffered severely. The farmers are all busy in sonime way or other. Abont half of the stacks have beon alrea ly pnt throung the thresher. Mlost of theIm are yielding al:out 4 bags to the acre. Somne, however, have gone as high as 7 bags, whilst others have only turned out 1. lags. I think the average yield will ie about 38. bags for this district. One farmer in Ba:iawn obtained 501 bags of wheat from 75 acres of timber land. This crop was put in late. Last Septenim ber and October a reatlv yoo'l harvest was anticipated, but thie rust came in Norvem her anld rough winds pirevailed, so that a deal of the grain was laid flat and had to be cut, as the stripper could hiot get it. A futir amiount of grain is being eaited into Rochester, :l t most ...

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