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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

EijETESTTH RILEY BROTHERS, Brickfield-hill, i . RILEY BROTHERS, Oxford-street. RILEY BROTHERS, 386, George-street. .'.-'Riley ISrotlieire, Goiilburn.. RILEY BROTHERS, Batliurst. RILEY BROTHERS, Newcastle. IN announcing our Eleventh Semi-Annual Sale which commenced on Saturday, July 23, we tr»ke the opportunity of thanking the public for the generous support accorded to us in the past, which lias contributed to make our ten previous sales so eminently successful. At the same, time we again wish to impress upon them the fact that these Sales are not merely, Sellings-OfF, or Clearing Out Sales of an accumulated'lot of Rubbish, but are Of thoroughly 'Fresli, Sound., and useful Drapery . :' ait "Half tlie Usual Prices! our only reason for disposing of it in this way being to make room at the end of , each season for the Large Shipments of Goods coming forward for the ensuing one. "We advertise nothing but what we liave pleiity ofi but as tliere is always a rush for the bargains on the fi...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

"WJEEICLTT OALENDAE; D»y of Week. -Day of Monti). July 24 25, 26 . 27 . 28; - 20 SO Bun riiei, h. m. 7 0 C 69 . G 5S ' 6 68 ' 6 67 ' G 6G 6 66 bun uetu. h. m. 5 18 5 14 6 14 5 Iff B 16 6 16 5 17 MOON'S PHASE,, New MOOD, 26th July, 8.24 p.m.

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

.---eOMMEILCIAL. ..FARM PRODUCE. r"' 1 SYDNEY, Tuesday. On tho wharves to-day prime green lucerne is soiling at £3 to,£3 5/ ; do. old bay, £2 15/ to £3 j medium samples, £2 10/- per ton. Tlio market is overstocked with.bay, and business extremely^dull. Maize 2/9 per bushel; Circular Head potatoes, £4.15/; Now Zea land, do £3; 15/- to £4 per. ton ; Victorian onions, £10 to £11 ; do eliiff, £5 per ton, bags inc^(ido(l ; butter, in keg, 9d to 1/6 per lb; oggs'l/3'to 1/4 per dozen ; baoon, 3d to 6d; cheese, 4d to 8d ; honey, 3d to 4d ; lard, 4d to 5d ; beeswax, 94 to lOd por. lb ; millet brooms, 1.0/- per .dozen. The Wheat Market.-Good samples of wheat-continue in demand, and are readily placed at our quotations. Samples, to hand this week were only of fair quality, conse quently our quotations are, a . shade easier; Adelaide wheat, 5/- to 5/3; . New South WaleB,j4/9 to 5/1; Victorian, nominal, 4/9 ; New (£/sajaiad, 4/6 ; and Launceston at' 4/8 per busHei. . . _ The Flour Market.--The f...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

GOULBTTRN BOROUGH- COUNCIL. TUB iisu tl fortnightly meeting of' tb0 Mum fcinal Conniil waH linld l»Bt iiiylit. Piesent: The <Mnyor, and Aldermen ChWwII. Taylor, MuConnell, Hawkius, Hon., Womhey, »nd Osborne. The ujinu'os. of last meeting were read, aft<r which Alderman Horn' moved that tho latter piirt of (liom ho rxpungnd. At the Inst niforifig. AWt-rmaa Caldwell moved tbe sut-n-msiiin- of the : by-laws,, fortho purpose of bunging on business which: was not noticed, «i»d occoidinjf to iho not there was no mthoiity for tusponding such, unless for th'i carrying on of business proper to the eveninn'u mveiing, Bud be was surprised at the ignorance of the Mayor in permitting it. H« r>ad some extracts fiom the Acts bear ing on ibe subject, and he strongly objected t<£uch « course of proceeding ngainst.law justice. He could not sit in the Council BDtf tee such wi'ful ignorance and pppoBiiion to justice carried on. Any motion ho might bring forward would...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. < TUESDAY, JULY 26. ! In- the Legislative Assembly- . . . i'.i.: ; Mr.'"MTTHuighUn brought up Iho Birds Projection; Bill, whioh was read a first!time. [ Ministers ltiidon the table returns relating to water supply and electoral rolls, and it was ordered that tbey be printed. The Debts of Deceased Persons'Bill was' rend a third time and ^passed,-and it was ordered that it be "transmitted to "tile L9gis lative Oaunoilifor.itSiconcurrence. J Mr,, Myers moved,That,j in the opinion of this'House,1 .with 'the;',view of assisting tho stittletneot of. tlie population in the interior and; facilitating,i.t'be carriage of produce, railway's or.,train ways:, should be constructed where '.practicable; from those places in the'several; ,diBtripts aurroundiog the largejinland town's;of,.the'.colo.ny, to such of those tovrns ;,whicli,i may, already.; be con booted with the> (metropolis1! by the main trunk lines. , 2. That;t}ie'largo central iu; land towns df the coloiiy...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

;:rnru;;SMALL: DEBTS; i.COTJRT; Wjj'ib.r S. H oyle.tt.v.; 'Si ;Mqrgao.for,£2 damage! tn" plniritiff's ' sheep. , b^ ' d'efohdaut's' ' dog.! Verdict-for £1 and costs.';-. ; . v J W. Henderson and do. v. J. MonngliWri j: . aooouut rendered;) goods /supplied,-.£6 '16/1. Nonappearance j .verdict for.(pjainti£F with' costs. - . /. W.' Hfin^flrflnn antjrOo:r V;/J.- v-Brndri ok Lngcnn ; acroiibt rendered, nondar~ supplied,' 1 £6.10/11. .i Verdict for plaintiff by POOBimt.! ! ij tJW.l'Hendoran'nf and jOo'l y.'iL.fMcKflrijie] jj T i£4sl3('i^ aVerdiot bjr oonsont.,i} "j "J jjpj/ rj I I..IW ,M , I SarnO plaintiffs vt D. McKeneie, £9 8/ ; M. Co-grove, £3 £/ ; R, H. Grainger, £3 18/8. Verdict in each case for plaintifiV { with cosis. I Two other cases wern settlod out of r.ourt, j Application was made by Mr. J. Quiiin ; for o wine and a slaughtering limine at Qurrundah. Mr. Betta appeared in aup of the application. Postponed to uext court. George JBeurchell applied f»r a wine j licmie for his ho...

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CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 18TH. Before Mr.J. J. Miller. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

'ORb'OKWELL.; V.a,i . ;V ( ;; .(FnOK^buR CORRESPoNDENr)." , 'J -rq - POLipFoO^IlT. . . 'V' *7^'' , Mondat,'/July''18th.' >! < / j. j . . Before Mr. J. J. lilUler. r' j i William King was "charged';on summon^ i with stealing-certain. sheep the property of E[enry Oahr about tlW months of November atni'! 'February.' ! After the examination ( of eight wjtnesaes he' was7 oommittedVto'take' his , t r i at: . a t, t n e 0irqtiit-G9 u'rt,'.f&pul burn,\on, 10th: October next. . Bai)*; allowed, '.'prisoner5 in -,£80 and two sureties in £40 each,: .Jfr Betts appeared for the proseoution.M'-OJhis case lasted nearly )tho xrhole (of the day. The evidopcfl: ^vas,,, purely ^oircumstanlial, with the exception of that of one witness, who had stated he hadrseenf King in.a hole skinning 'something', 'but in ritho;'box/Jho could inot swear tbat'it was Kingt - i Another 'witnessstated: that'| King''had1 admitted <jfo him having taken" 'onb_of.:Mf...Oarr's #01b. woth»rs, a...

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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

COOTAMUNDRA. NEWS. (FROM OUIT COHHKSPONDKNT.) STOOKINBIJVQAL.-Tlie sports and- Amuse ments nilv»rti&e.l to onniD off on Tuesday at Mr. P. Olear's, on the occasion, of the ojien ing of Ilia hotel, were well attended. The different events were numerously entered for, and the foot races espaoiully wore sharply contested. Mr. Smith as judge, and Mr,. Beardon as startor, nave general satisfac tion. The ball and supper was a great SUCOB6!<, the purest harmony prevailing throughout. . DEATH.-Mr; Stuart, a well-known and respected Resident for many years- in Ooota inundra died'at 'l'omora on Sunday morning. His remains were interred in the Protestant portion jp.fjtbe Oootumundra cemetery on Tuesday last. , A numerous cortege followed the remains of the deceased from Temora fur several miles, tho distance (40 miles) being too groat to admit of their following the whole way, and oa iis approach to Cuo tamundra was met by many residents, who attended to show their respect to...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

YAS'S ' NEWS. (FBOU Oun CORRESPONDENT,) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A^SPsbiivmeeting of the Yass Municipal' Council, convened |by .'Alderman'- Sampson. (ni.tin'gfrMa j'or).was hold' in ,tbe johoto'bers on Tuesday evening at 7*30 o'olopk,to take into "consideration a letter that had been senii;'.tc>i.the iaotin g-May.or,, be.for a, .the.].last, speoial meetiug was held last Thursday, 21st instant,*, and ;whieh, Alderman Sampson did not,produce.at that moeting. : . , , , ! TlWs'were present: Aldermaii, Sampson (in tho chair),'' YebJ' 'Thomson^'Wood, and iWetherby.. uir<r.* cr: j The miniites 'of'tbe( last, special; meeting were road, >?<-'J v;'iJ U\j Alderman Sampson- said why he had called1 'd' speoial' maeiing for i that'-''everiirigJ |was that b'elore' the last1 iheeiing -took'^lao'e a 'letter'was girenito him' >sihich' her did: ndt open, and. this letter turned1 out' to be' on'e. from Mr: JenkinB sneoiallyr referring, ^tovhis. duties as the 'surveyor. ''Ho !h...

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A Curious Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

A Curious Dilemma. The business in the Jury Court at the Supreme Court was brought to a standstill owing to a very uousnal circumstance. The libel case of Gooiio v Onslow, which was commenced on Monday, was being continued on Tuesday, aud shortly alter the court opened one of the jurymen called the the attention of his Houor the Judge to the appearaneo a a tl conduct of a fellow juryman who was exhibiting some eccentricities of manner. The man was put into the witness box, and his replies to questions were of such a rambling and incoherent nature that it was evident he was not Hit for his duties, and the court was adjourned until 2 o'clock, As there was no improvement in his con dition after: the adjournment his Honor directed that lie should be examined by one or two' medical men, and Dr. Alston saw him and stated that the man was not then fit to sit as a juryman in the case, but he could not give an opinion as to whether his unfitness was chronic or not. Dr. Schuette was also sent...

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The Hilder Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

The Hilder Case. . . Great .,<Bxoi|ement has been caused at Marj-J bbrough dverVtlio Hilder oasa;, Tho? inquost was continue^ nlltdny; on Mondny and till it late,hour, ,on ^titsday, nigh't.' J Soma starfcling' ;diabjy8urps%|rb madoyafi^^^ "He * wns dosod Mr, Hildar, Svlii)*l)ad adoptod ilia de-j ?_ -1- j i-;rr!i j-.-X j xu-^ --jijg tO. thoj. doctor'? treatment ho had been in a mate of delirium for weeks, and bad quite br.iken down from the effects of chloral and (.in plen tifully administered. Other withbsses slated that Jackson had attempted to extort from (hftoi money which tlioy owed toHildnr. At the close of tho inquest tlm jury ioundthat the deceased girl bod died liom congestion of the brain, caused by naroiics Hdminis teren by Jackson, und that lie WUB guilty of manslaughter. Jackson was removed uuder arms, but has since been liberaied on bail.

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Death From Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

! Death From Vaccination. * i 1 correspondent writes ,to the Evening News on<:? th<3: evils of., .vaccination, ..and details'tlio" occurrences^'connected witn' the death of one of his children which was vac cinated at Emerald. Hill. Soon after the operation red i blotchos i'carae out iofa rits skin, and itrpraduqlly sank;and died.' Two bther children were.vaccinated at the same time from a child there, for the purpose, and these also sickened in exactly the same Way. The writor -poes on : to say that he lfas two other oliildron born :in :Sydneyi bptb as healtliy - as was' the other' before ' it'i wasl [vaccinated, and he naturally enough dreads Uaving^theiri'servodoinfjtheiisame^wiay^qr, as he putsit/. f'infected with the;gernas\ of :leprosy.'> or/some otber; disease by/ vaofcina-; tiocl,ifr0m;tt('h'dir-0BSte;Gbi 1 ?' .

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A Chinese Lunatic. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

A Chinese Lunatic. A demented Chinaman was placed in tbe Iock-u£ on Wednesday,; brought before Mr. Menlove, J,P., on Thursday, and remanded. Tbe bearing of bis case was undertaken on Saturday,nt 2 p.m., by Messrs. Menlove and Wilson, Js.P., in the presence of Drs. Alfred Agassiz and Robert Falder. Ser geant Cassin deposed : On Wednosday last, 20th inst., f went in search of the prisoner, Ah Gee, and found bim at Adelong, about 4 p.m. in the afternoon, walking at a rapid pace, without boots or coat; he appeared toibe very much excited ; I was informed previously that he had become a great nuisance to the inhabitants of Middle Adelong, where he bad been in the habit of: running' from house to house, and by his strange manners frightening women arid children ; I brought bim to the lock-up, and had him this day examined by Drs. Aga'ssiz and Falder.., All Jack, being duly sworn by blowing out a maloh, deposed: I know the prisoner, Ah Gee; last Monday week I went in search of him, and fou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 July 1881

DIED.           AT his residence, Rockwell, on the 16th July, after   a long and painful illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude, JAMES CASEY, native of county Roscommon, Ireland, leaving a sorrow- ing widow and one son to mourn their sad loss. Sweet Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Home papers please copy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

a siatipMEif ov BENT-WOOD CHAIRS Aim JUST TO HAND, Am) are being daily put together by competent men They are properly acrewed and boltud togetlur, and tbey are to be bad at I ROGERS' GREAT FURNISHING ARCADE At tho follnwing prices,"which are fully ten per c#nt lower than previously quoted: Austrian Cane-Seat Chairs,,7s. Austrian Cane-Seat Chairs, 8s, lld,._ Austrian CamvSeat Chairs, 9s, 3d. Austrian Cane-Seat Obairs, 9s, 6d. Orders for these Goods are coming in from all quartcra, and thay'ar« to bo bad. put together, in any number, or ia 3 dozen caws. These good* ai<s now being ' Imported Direct by the Proprietor ? Which enobloR him to sell; at these '' EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. An nsiortment of tho fallowing Austrian Bent Wood FURNITUBE is also on v»pw; at this Kx tenaive and Complete Furnishing EstaUibliraeni, viz.i Austrian Bent Wood-Fofa* _ Austrian Bent Wood Ba«V Chairs , Austrian Bent Wood Hooking Chair* Auttrian Uont,Wood Folding Chaua . Austrinn Bent Wobd;Musio Chair...

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

,i i'l''' ', 'CnATXER . -XII., , When'Mri' PeDtweazleiiad- fully made up birf'ffiitl'cV'io carrj'outproject,','' ho wbs n'ot onojtci,.allo:w tli^ His.-"lastinterview,with- G-rogram he con sidered-' satisfactory, inasmuch1 as it showed hiitf;thAt1h'ovfaad nbt!'merWy' foundHhe man wh'ptn.to'ha'd: been 'seeking');b*ut found him comROsed'jpt just those qualities whioh would probably f>reuder him, a: useful tool.iu com petent- bands.» ' '^1;-'', 1 f No w. the {task . was,' .to get" this man safely out^pf^lio^coiony'.r, Jilrwonzlo sows fully :it ,was ?useless'^. attempt! any.idpalings with Grogram-until lie lloa4;ttp;lained..fer'»llinl',his libe^ty^ no; wheed lin^o'rjpajpl'n^'would extraot'from him the grpa^sXw,et/ofr^herjBi the money was, bidden untili lio -knewkiihimself to .'be, freei from all, chance of capture'by/the-authorities, and to have' 'the opportunity of sha'ring the spoil aftejpjbia.deliTofy.1 1 f< ?' : Mrj.Pentw.eazle, ,was of a highly .irritable disposition ;...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

E33L.au W-'STBTISffES . CHAPTER, XI.-CONTINUED. "AND SO you like tho place which you are to live in V" . . # " ItlcQnifl's'.ap.to my wildest expectations; it realizes all, that I,Da i ever imagined. on E ancestral place ought to be-down to the 8' very doer*lb (be park, .and the; long avenue, » sweeping in its Bemicjrelas.round th«* house ; £ with itp lodga'gates at every end, fully three t quarteW of a mij.e apart. By tlia1 way, we J must have the second lodge* opeuoil at once. Mr.(Jl?enCtrrow k»pt it closed for tbe last twenty years (owing to his niggardliness, I suppose); tho very prettiest of all (lie places, covered with ivy, Bud nestling under those tall elms where the glorious rookory is." " Mr. T?&bcftrrow's niggardliness, my dear, has heen a tolerably good thing for us," said Mr. Womersley with a smile. "The old gentleman cannot have expended more than a third of his income. The aoiumulation of funded property far exceeds what any of us <-even Mr. Dobton, ...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrants and the friend of man,—Campell. GOULBURN: FRIDAY, JULY 29. OPENING OF THE UNIVERSITY TO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

YUBUSI-TEX) EVEEY MOIHSRIN-Q Truth, ever iorely linr.E tlie world BOGAN, I < The fas of tyranta and the frlendof man,-Camptill, - QOULBURN:.. FRIDAY, JULY 29. , (OPENINGS- OF THE UNIVERSITY . TO WOMEN. . . U THB.«reaent~ action . of, the. Senate of. .the University, in granting to ^omen equal par ticipation with men - in all University ad vantages anjljprjvilegee,'lias been^rnhde the oocft9ion^f,a,magniBcontfgift to.thatinstitu tion ljy'itrf Tfi6kis"WA££EK of Oonoord,' wliWJspe'qialJy; connpqts his gift wi^th this atep, and:&9&fre«)that/a portion/of.tho bursa rioB^U^ltbsonorhalfjfias circumstances,.may, dictate, shall bfr niade'iapplioable- to students ofUGSfr&Wale se'xI'UjBefofOjllhis step* .could; be taken, which virtually opons one of the most conservative'institutioWof the oountry to^'ffiodorn. irmovatiorij-no-doubt there was' a stro^njlfeonflrdt'with'oonio'rvative prejudioosj whicfc|el\yajMij,regard.;innovations, with , a de'jjrefe^oF^suspioiu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

I^ST ? 2 WEEKS. PHOrOGRAPHT. \V ?'. WW"' W 00 ' 00 DDDD W'Wi-W' W "0 0 0 0 D . D WW/I-'WW-' 0 ! O 0 O 13 D WW-' 'WW.' : 0 0 ' 0 O I) 1) W11"!' -''W"'QO';'1,' 1 ' ! 00 DDDD ' TIie PopuInr FIiotograjjlior of ' Kcw Soutii%WaIes,. BEGSlto notiry that'he POSITIVELY OLOSICS ?: hisstudio'on.'SATURDAY; JULY the 30TH,1 'dud hopes tho:'Publibl!\vill' 'not' overlook ' ihu fuot,.I>,:'a' vt,.; .> A'titl; in11'order'-?to ? moot'-' the roqiiirbmdntB of all olnsabnV 'h<j ' big's'Mo''anhoiiiioo1 that : lid'' is NOW TA K1 NO >P H O'l'OG RA P H S'-at tho''1" 1 y"; J ' ©ut^do^ Hoqaip,',&ro,uod8',"Vjoraos,.Bamily.'Pioiiioii, WwddinK: .,Gr.o))p»;jand,)//every,i description-:IO|,I ouMoor .Butjoate photogrRphod on tho shorteBt; noticuv i , .jriin:j'jai» .itli «il ji C1 liti.t ,-rifi.iii'l '.s.; FbklN':"*.' V.Cattoide Viaito.i,-;"!J;.?i \ . 'Oftbinot. ? -i Pcr ltozcii:. ol2s.- i^Per MoKcn : 25s. Hnll'lMtto .. V/U. SI u If Ditto ..15s. e,!j"1 .'^Bnaubllkd':'1 ' ' . : 'Oartn'd(i JV...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Extraordinary Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Extraordinary Case. We liuvo bo en informed that' some few weeks ago a child, of, about nine years of ago, residing with her mother in ooo of the northern' streets' of'theoity, be came ill and was. attacked with convulsions ; she.continued, ailing. from, that time, and, a few nights since got a very severe fit'whiuh, after lasting for a considerable* tinio,' ap peared, to hate resulted in causing death. The undertaker was sent for, and arrange ments mado for the funeral to taltoplacG next da'y *, but (as our itiformaut'bfiis st«ted) on the child being put into a warm bath for the purpose .of being washed, she was observed to' move, audi afterwards revived for some time. Next 'morning, 4iowevor, ,she relapsed in'o the Btnte of, unconsciousness and, remains soj all remedies as yet! applied having failed to revive her.; ? ? i . i :

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