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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Tratus. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EAiLW£.YS. ' TIME TABIDS. .. Fokt Division,— ^fqekrlHyTrsta*. JMMHt, ? : Adelaide, . , . . .departure 7 -30 S16 ii-»l WSJ*# B«wdeu. ? „ ' }?» »» Mi M Woodville..... „ J-42 9S7 U-SfiV*S 3*1 ** Alberfcon. . . . . . „ r&oj$-3$ 1135!s-W- 3*0 6-4 Fort, arrival ? ....jSiPijl ;9*s jnt6 lOTO^ 4W W ? ? ? or. Port........ departure}8-20 W16 12 45 . S'SO 1 t-so.s-it Alberton .... „ le-34 1019 12-49 1 2*3- 4-34} «'15 Woodville . . „ 10-3J 12-57 j 2'*2 4-42] e-2fi JJowden .... „ ISiQ 10-35 1 -05 3*0 4-50j6» Adelaide. ... arrival )8'So1 1Q-4S 1-15 j 3-0 6~00j t-48 : foKT DiviftoN. — Sunday Trains. ' ? DOWS. ? Adelaide ? ? ? dep ar tnre 9 00 1-30 3 -30 5-30 Bowden ? ? ? ~n 9-04 1'34 3-94 6-30 Wood ville ? „ 912 1-42 3*42 &-40 Alberton...... ? ? „ 9-20 1*50 3-50 S» Port ? arrivaL 9-30 2-00 4-00 6-00 CT ? Fort ? ? departure 103a 1 2--2B 4^P'J 6-30 Alberton ? „ 10-04 2 24 4-34 6-32 Womi^lle..::. ? „ 1012 2-42 4-42 6 40 Bowden ? r 10-20 2-40 4-S« 6-45 Adelaide ? ? ? „ ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

' ' ' -...I. Jl.l M.. .1..IIH. f. . roeiJSH E|aa8gGTS. A wedding reoentiytook plape ^t Aldborongh Church at which the^aido, mas* and two witnesses were all deaf and*1 dumb. - Thp *Nord' of Brussels says that a man just arreted at Hamburg has confessed he was guilty of the murder of Mr. Briggs, for which Jiiiilleir was hanged. A New printing telegraph is announced that is te transmit through a single line of wire, and print in Boman letters, the enormous njimber of 300 words in a minute. It' is the jninf. ramdnpHnn ]QL Sonplli futd H inn of Neufchatel, the former of whom is already well k)jow$ as the inventor of a printing tdegijph. Some ingenious thieves have found a way of plundering pillar letter-boxes. A bag fitted with a spring is fitted into the slit of the box, and into this instead of into the proper recep tacle the letters which a posted fall. A post man found one of these ingenious appliances in a pillar-post neg; B el grave-square on March , 17. The spring had broken, or b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

Crown Lands and Immigration Office Adelaide, April 27^ 1866. THE following ALTEB4?IOI^8 in system of communication on matters connected with the Crown Lands Department are published for General Information. All Enquiries respecting,' or Applications fpr the Survey, Sale, or Leasing ol Crown Lands are to be addressod to the Surveyor-; General; asalso all Applications for informa tion respecting Boundaries, or for Diagrams, Tracing, or Plans, accompanied by tjb^e usual fees. All Applications for removal of Pastoral or Mineral Claims, and for issue or transfer of Leases, to be made to the Surveyor-General. 1 he above is not intended to apply in any way to District councils, an communications from whom to the Government should as here tofore iiS addressed to this office. By prder qf Commissioner, 60-63 E. T. WILDMAN. £ommonage Licences, Crown Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide, May 2, 1866. NOTICE is hereby given tlxat APPLI CATIONS for LICENCES under the Begulations of the 25th May...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

MARRIED. STAPLEDON— LEWIS.— On the 15th May, at Kadina, by the Rev. W. Wilson, Henry, son of the late Henry Stapledon, Esq. of Bideford, North Devon, England, to Sarah Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Rev. J. M. Lewis, of Gawler. The Bunyip GAWLER: SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1886.

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Port's Corner. TOUJOURS LES FEMMES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

[?] [?] 8§8fi8f *%*« *d&P**Z %* «f»tiw»» kibpsaKtls^ ew&h; ^ M*y?\ *0»pwi of 4lw 4MB ftafcwfnaioce 4 ^#ii Tofcarawgrnro opc^ta* **»» . &Mbws»te«BwwM«««B,- -Xw^AX^WouiaHMOW. 1 .^diheourious tale Is tald : ,?£?' H*¥,*iw» «pou a certain night, - '?- - 4^i»biJsis3r»»a»g«ter loat bis lx-M. WWi^nd,aaa»? nest morning dead, His Majesty, with eolemn face, AawasMs wont, demurely said, ., who's the woman, iu the oase ?' And how aladyof ;hia Courts , Who deemed ^ Bebuted him,while ebe mi^e report Of the misehaaoe^^ - *'I^elieardthes^ '!..vi-- ,v-\ ' ; '?/-?-». ? ? » innxun ,«as9 1 ?The truth, your ladysh^,^ this (Noriaitiaa??^ousatdl^ Orbreai-e hiB faith, or breaks his head. ; There is a. woman ia the csui©.' * ' ^or such a churlish oaring creed '-V :v^'^t.li^.^^«a^lprQ£^»VU Ih-Mtem^i^ ' . Bale® Indeed lie *spc3^ invest. Tom© few things 'have come topass Of gcod«rent font I can trace-- i Thanks to tbe matron ot tbe lass — Somewhere awomaQHi4hecase. Yet once 'while stroll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

HblXOWATS PtMB.— WeSK PEECAUTIOir. ? The nnwitoleso&e vapours and frequent chill* dera&gd tiie animal econc^ij to 9H iznnze&so extent, and permaiteh tly n? dermine the health, unless every now and then the blood bo. purified, the secretions rectified, and the nerves restrung. Hoiloway' sPills perforintheseseveral necessaty oScefj with certain ty,j«afety, aod ex pedition. Old and young, robust and feeblr, male and female, w3l find these Pillft sa ar failing dotnestic remedy; not only in efight si«inesses, hni also in the TOpcre seona^iil dangerous diseases whichspring feom aeglecu of' eaiiy symptoms. 'X^ nnder tiie pdn^insf , and «w-re^fepg: infin«i« -oi ®i5Sh*way-:iijesti- ? maWq : nteffidbae, 'tie appetite -mp|!v--9» .fho . digestion - gains «fcrebgSfe, tiie Irrer act' fredy, ? the kidney* secrete abundaaitiy, ahd 1: :«&b- is .rinmphant. -

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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

HISSES t'fiOM THE SEA SEttPEIST.; I , ~ ' V. ' . -7 ? -? V- -? ; . And is C-oJ)b ^wiiig from Victoria to j dispute the . Jehtr-ship 'of the 'rbad with o.ur owti rdearly beloved Kouiis&velir3' \V Ifat'temS'rity ; is* it to be^shppefe^d for a titoment that Vre.'wiil readily give up -oiir open barouche ! tt- 'ride in a— What .my wife srt^ests— =-coneh. 'Certainly, it i^iay be that a cb'ach Xvin* prove more comfortable tbss6&e 'fastidious ti^avellers 'who1 prefer being dry aud. clean ; but tb those.'who value the be&ufcies of Mature, there ie nothing like the open ifcir vehicle, afy Vife is 'an Admirer of 'fifQtintaih 'scenery, and the bill cbhhtfy. T Wit neaBCd the start from the Adelaide Post office aud , really felt -pleaBed that, she! apparently had a pleasant journey before ? ,her iu one of the Boyal Mail busses. I learnt afterwferds that. the buss' Vas ia delusion l it satiefied the minds of Ade laide people whefe .thmr saw their iriehda i depart in -auice ...

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PORT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

PORT GAAVjjEll. | {Trom our own Correspondent j Div\jt BtTKTi'3? — A schoolmaster in this vicinity in wiiiter time geheially holdfe a night ischool for the accommodation of growing-up men or boys that, are em ployed through the dny in fairmmg put suits or other works.' \V ell, Mr. Siurtnif, if suet is the ease, it's a Very wrong thing for the master to allow, the .young mdnkeys to play larks 'oti. their elders, as the following will testify. A short time ago j middle aged person of, respectable appearance went to attend tlie school in question, for the purpose of furthering himself in the viBatfcyei&atieal line^aAd ho happened to be a* few minutes behind ^ irhen be*'; tfasih^the school th^ itetster 'put^'a child.' about 'seven years, old to t^ach .him his j les^otts. ^The' individual lhade nis ^xit, 'aUd liaB ^absented himself ever; since, ;I would 'ludvise every scholar to 'make him self s'caroe at. a. school where .such torn- j foolery is Carried oh.^ j I am, Sir, &amp...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

OK1GIMAL POETRY. Mb. Editoe— A being, sighing himself 'A Bachelor of Porty Yeatra Standing,' in your last predicts tny opiniofcs ten years hence, , should. I espouse My Betrothed-' I say being ^ because i can not call liim man, for undoubtedly he and his 'class are deadly clietmes'bf the human TS.cc, aad^kinto thEitgreat eneiiiy whb spends his , bachdlbrbood on the bahks of tlie lisipid Erebfes of Pande monium. . Such language is not too strong, whdii vbu feeoH&t that a bachelor 18 ? _ ; . . _ A foe fo pnrity and troth - A fbe alike to age and yonth..— -? A foe tu all 'that's dear on dearth, , Tb cheerful faces fcund the heaarth— To Adam in his first estate, . Acc :ptiii j Eve to'share his f-Ate— A foe to alLthe lawa divino, And jewels of 'the 'h^venly mine-.- If 'tis ndt- gobd^fco be alone, It must £e bad. So any one^ ' Who tlitu ignores onr Maker's laws For nothing but a selfish causa. And 'b eralds' stich a selfish tone. 'Does live for self aiid self al&n#. _ What...

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AN ADVENTUROUS SEAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

an adve^tubous SEAMAN*. Oh Sunday high t- a seaihah belonging to the ship Lord Hardiuge, Caprain Williams, . for . JaShaica, . succeeded in = reaching the shore at G-reeuock from, that vessel, which was then lying kt tl e Tail of the Bank, fii a very novel retfnner. . The daring fellow requested leave to go ; ashore duriftg the day, bit circumstances ' necessitating that he should remain on ' bostrd while many of his shipiiiJiteB were awav, perttiissipn was not granted. It is stated that on Saturday night one of our, herolS shipmates li&ving info ^ id him: that it was the intention of a rival for the aftectiqns o'f a fair insider', who resides at Pofrt Glasgow, to pay her a' visit upon Sunday night while he was. away, the poor sailor was during Satur- . day night geftded alrfiost to despair wit . ? the thought that his rival vrbtiid thus gain an advant-asje oVer hiift while he lay ' helpless 0V1 board ship at the Tad if tlie Bank, only a feiv miles from the home of ?' the id...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. The tedious, and at one time apparently interminable, investigation into the fatuous and manifold blunder of attempt ing to establish a settlement without the requisites for its establishment, has at length been brought to an end Mr. Ijuniss has had a considerable portion of blame accorded to him, and his irimbordi nates have received a slight hint of the ii ot un important part whieh tlieV enacted in producing the failure of the enterprise That Uolonel Jtmmss took matters a little to eas-ly wo believe ; that had he adopted a more decisive and authoritative attitude he would have found himself in a far worsa predicament we equally br-lieve- The tact is that the Govern- j ment Resident was placed, in a false position «t the outset, and probably he pursued the wisest 'course in grinning and bearing it, or* iu bearing it without grinning, as' the case might be. ' Good workmen,' according to one of the old eavrs,' 'never 'quarrel with their took** but good workme...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, MAY 29. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

%t-CAl. CG^T CAUSE IJDgT, - Tcesv-ay, Mat 29. | tns'SATISPIED 'vTCDGalKirr. 'Ferguson v. Hogan. 'j-bfm»»b'o cask. . . Mackay v. Parker. POLICE COURT. rGormtfn v.Hott, ,, Hnt chinson v. SneTL Hu tchinsbh V. Mart&^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

Crown Xtands and Immigration Office Adelaide, April 27, 1866. rnHE following ALTERATIONS ia X . system of communication on matters connected with the Crown Lands Department axe published for General Information. All Enquiries respecting, or Applications for the Survey, Sale, /or Leasing of Crown Lands are to be addressed to the Surveyor General; asalso all Applications for informa tion respecting Boundaries, or for Diagrams, ^Tracing, or Plans, accompanied by the usual fees. All Applications for removal of Pastoral 'or Mineral Claims, and for i&sue or ti-ansfer of Leatee, to be made to the Surveyor-General. 'i he above is not intended to apply in any ! way to District Councils, all communications ! from whom to the Government should as here tofore be addressed to this office. By order of Commissioner, €0-63 Es T. WILDMAN. Commonage licenses. -Crown Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide, May 2, 1S66. VrOTICE is hereky given that APPLI 1M CATIONS for LICENCES under the Regula...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

GAWLER CORPORATIOX. 'VyxDXKSDAT MiV 23i JVfsent— fits . Worship, .the Ma tot (Jf-% Mitch ell\ Mil' Crtunallota ' Cleme it, Eindi. Yonng, Mild, Dsland, and Loutit; The minutes of tW last.meet'fi^ were read and confirmed. . .. . ' .Alet'crwas,raafi from the Chref Sfetrretft'-v's cinfirmin? the appointment of 'Dr. Lswia as medical . officer- . ' - A letter was , taal from -Mrs. E. Marthi, reqastiiiR that proceedings might be. stayed' respecting cows impounded by th ; Inspector on tlie grountl of, her. being a widow with thr«.e ornhati children. The Council derided that it could not enters tain 'the applicatron, but the Town Clerk was instracttfid to represent the peculiarities of th« casc to. the Special Majr Btr-itc, when it should be brought on, and to Ask for such leniency as be. might be able to accord to ih In the discu5* .sion which arose on this application the pr - priely of Pstxb Jithrng s poar-bok was suggested, but nothing definite was arraneed. A letter was read from Mr_ E-...

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FRIDAY MAY. 25. [Before Mr. G. Nott J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

[?] . . ?' TBefore m G. Nott XlP.l Vaokancv. —Frederidc , '? was 4 chafed with loiterihg. about ' Gawler ^Bd'ath, 'mth no ti^ble riieans .of support. . The j»risoner pleaded .guilty, and not being able 'to give asatisfac jtoiy account 'of himself Was sentenced to a'eveii days imprisonment.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

[?] [?] t« H*iS tHO18«01 &'« Bowd»....~, „ «U JIM i7** 63 WoodvtUo..... „ 'I u-at i-«a «? Albortcm ? M U4» 3-00 3«0 -« Bert, antral.. ...... „|a-oo U*5 n^s a'to 4-oo at ? «£ ? ? ? : Port, ....... d«j)*rfcurei8-ao| ioia 12-45 »-sol «30i6i0 Albeitos.... „ 9-34 ID l« 12H9 S*3i *'34J fl6 ?WoodTiUe , . ^ ^ Bowdetl .... „ i-Jtt TSQ 1'1.5 3~C0 6--Ki fOBT 3-m«toK.— Sundajr Trains. ? wit ? ? ? . ; Adeldilft...-...,.,...d«f-arturvj »w- , 130 3ao 6 -so BowAai.... ? ? „ »«4 1-34 3 '34 8*0 Wooavfile... .......... „ 9'U j I '43 3^42 2^40 *3bwtt» ? ? — ^ „ 9$0 jl-w 3«e 6-W attivaL I a-oo ]4-oaf e-w ' . - ? ct ? - Fort ........... ......,aii«tnre u-«0 t 2-20 499 Albejrton ............. . 10-04 12-24 «-34 6'Sa WoodvJUe ? ? „ i 4-»a e-4o JiOWd-» .......... ? , 10-80 J 8*0 4-60 fi'4s ? ? „ 10-3Q I S5U 5^00 7«o _ __ ? «OBTH UKE. . _ AdelaJ-Je ? ? ? ? .Departure 8.©o n.45 4.S4 Korth Adelaiae.. ? ? ' S.04 u.«9 430 JiiyCreefe..,...,. ........ ' 8,a» — *.55 fcaliabuty — ? ? ' &.S5 ia.20 s. ...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

[?] ^tliW ia wot tonly t^^f J ' ^'iJit'iuii -^^V\t^^enerer ^ P**' : : : &V* ;- V ''are' - ^fe' ^'^|1^' ' 'obca^tfa of a. flfii t?--urfc -$ ^p^rt^fcora. j *teLa~ di^tgd for ' ju|or^.ti ona laid % ' ? - ' ~ ^ ^ is£iliat^^ ' ...I '. V--I ?'-, '; '^tiatii^ liiB ;^c^leacy ;tlie Governor ' ^Pw^iiL^n^hf:; the l\mi^-£AffieaI.&ueenV - ^i »t only ' tfce ftdf Coi^*' - but ateo tie -eicbaugeits desiji^tioii for mat of .iv .- t* :' - ';;- : ? The taJkis that ilr. -^Justice 'f$M. ih^toc^t wi^e - f)pro3ented.to'4aie Court oftQueen's Bench - Vrtnplyby ^e/^iLttaB&ey-Geirfral, the ? - ? '? cJud*efl wbtald^^r'it'fo 'pieces and throw ?? * Htoi the flobr/'HiaHdliOT-'lidt'Oiilylefb ' out of consideration -the diiFcrCnce'^jf'the '?/; llawinlfoglaud, btottlfet tie J^Cstalso . i b*ve forgotteb, amidrthe fcurlAiicnce ' :T -«*ai^ed[- --fa ./''$%. - --: * iSu^xme CStirt'lhe shf^riabltrunoffidous ~ j^tlmnrt^ an3 jifflitv^yiiidi''Cbarao He-iseJudgesin^igJand. '; -:'T«'-rfk is 'betw.en 'Ju...

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TUESDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

Tuesday, Mat 22. Jalehittst O Doiuiell appeared in the dock charged Vith the murder of James Forrester. llid Honor Judge Boorhby said that a motion ha l been made by tlie Hun. Mr. Strangways that the indictir.eut should be qnrshed on the ground ti-at th-*re w«ts no such person as the Attorney -General, and 'second fy th it if tlsere were, there wis no warrant to pht ary man on his trial in th»tt Cbart fc'V criminal offences . without the intervent:pn of a Grand J'ury. -G t Monday .the full Oj.-rt if it pleased mig it oirect tue o.aor to qu isn to oe tiiicen eff, aiid in the meantime the pris -ners nih-t remain in custoi y A remedy for this state of things w ould bs.- f und in a re. ealof the Act No. 10 qf 1852, wh'ch abolished the iustitutioa of Grand Juries. Jans G. ten was charged with manslaughter. His H mor said that this c.ise differed from the former, inasmuch as 'the prisoner liad been committed by a Corofter's inquisition, which in some t!egrej rese.nble3 ft Grand Jury. He s...

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Farmers' Column. CULTIVATION OF GRASSES. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

[?] [?] * iFhfc CkcikBfoot grass ia siot considerad ?« perennial bat » known «e«i^y ail growers the best gtmtm in a mixture, not loo^RAla^owsJu its taste, pwrodad the «oU be settoo lwavy. In tihe old sevuatqr we used to oanaider the iight a&d satorsUy dry lands the sbotq voit^ble far this jgnm; \nl In- tiuaj «clony- onderperiui^a the influence of amore i faromble elimata, we lutv^seen ^endid-jroM j cj»*jn the fiat heavy «oda of Qisbom and ita ntishborhood — a fact which proves that we have everything in our favor in shape of soil a&d oliai&te, 2e&viag ua only to choose suitable seeds. As we have remarked befar#, *lmosc eveqr gwet has «ome poculiari^; and the cocksfcotia not singular in this respect, for it« xts ability to defy almost any of our weather, enable it grow more months of the year, oar as manj^fts any of our imported grassee. It ia a haad month when the oockafoot won't give a mouthful. We won't compliment it upon its appearance, for it la a...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 22. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

[?] [?] ..This Vas ajelaim; for ^65 on -.the gronftU- ot - James - Mathesoii, . oversieer M&bsTp ajb Fo^ j^axnlSB's pi^ei^yfo%:^tiie 2-?&-Mstt,ch. ? fie was aecomiMaiad bT a' little black ~and tan d-% with a early. teiL The do» roBBed '»t & Ik tubs aiidcaaglit tiold of several. They 'Tfere * weaned lambs. The dog.;' waa the lambs ifiv^ or sfx iniunt^- ^^Tbey : were in «ltju*ge of Mclieay., ^ 'Wiuieies jiold' CbTeman ^e Vdiuld 'get a summons it he di^ not; Keep * tie dog Med. up. That was preiiously, in December. DeffendaAt promised to tie-him np. Witness repHed'.all right. / Considered tbe d-uii-^3 t'o ' be five pouaids; .There tnere 1,900 lauibs in the -flock; alter, tie ruehing^ ^liey.lVscvnie wild. . \ . _ . _ . f By Mr. Rudal!— A t3ack Tjoylnamed Moses ! was wit^. vntQess. They vrere-, about three hnndr^ yams fi?6in- the flock wheii tlie 'log-- mshed theia. ~W]aa oti horsebiu^. - Could see the -Tog *'T6ld %1iaucm:. lie wb-ild summon him for the fence, bat...

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