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MR. FARRAND AND HIS ACCUSERS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

MR. FARKANl) AND HIS ACCUSERS. [?] Sib,— The accusations brought against Mr. Farraud nt the meeting lately held in Forbes, have created no small amount of interest among a Urge portiou of this community, cs ttccinlly as tho publlrlied accusations hava been attested by persons of irreproachable There are moro direct cbarres against Mr. Farrand, aud alsoattestcd 5 but frommolives of delicacy withheld fur tho present frou; tho 1 have looked in vain in iho Forbes and Gronfel! papers, for a refutation br Mr. Far I rat.ds fmiids, of the ehurges nlluded to, I even Mr. W ? s, tho phyingnoimst is »ilent ; on tho subject. 1, therefore, with many | others who were Mr. Farraqd's friends hav«s ; come to the corielushm that the charges pre ferred agaiust Mr. Farrand by Mr. Leak, at tho great meeting held in Forbes about two tears ago, were substantially true. Both al legations are of such mngt.itude that the die honorable conduct of tlio two J.P's., latclv dismissed from the Kiama bench, is u myt...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

(to the editoii op tub uisinq iibcobd) Sib,— A writer, who signs himself ' O110 of Iho Accusers of Mr.Farmnd,' in vour columns of the 11th inslant, publishes a letter iu which he eharges mo with '? untruthfulness,' 'unfair- nois.' undorheinga 'pai tUau' of Mr. For med. If the few brief paragraphs vou havo to kindly putdished of my correspondence concerning tho affairs that recentlv agitated nportion of tho publio in Forbes, 'hare been perused by your readers, I am willing to sub init all such questions to their judgment. In doing so, however, I may be permitted to diseusstlieraatter more at length tiiau hereto fori', and to present the facts iu tliu «nne Huht that I viewed them at tho lime. I may also state that reflection has confirmed the views then adopted. Iu the first placo the Police Magistrate, is charged witb inattention to his jmblic duties, nnd irregularities whieh occasion luconvcnicuce aud loss to those who have busi ness in his court. These charges aro supported by sere...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURF TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

TURF TALK. I During the week there were rumours nbont Tim Whifller, Rose of Australia, and the Barb, of a tendency not to increase the con fidence of their friends ; but of these rumours nnd their consequonccs, our betting quotations give a pretty correct idea. Horses haro gathered round, both for Homcbusb and Randwick, nnd stables aro getting pretty full. Iu consequence of having sold Stanley and Mognct, Johnny Driscoll has now a couplo of boxes vacant s and Ms noes are doino wMI. Mr Town's and MrRouse's lots aro both com fortably housed at Charley Roberts's ; and will eontinuo their journey to Rundwick, after Tuesday. Both strings are reported to bo in iirst rate fcttlo ; aud Jou Carter has come up from Mclbourno to steer for Mr Town. Wo aro sorry to say that uulucky mars Beatrice has met with an nccldcnt which will prevent her ever racing again, eron if she recovers at all. Sho was galloping on Killarney course, when she ran against a post and knocked one of her hips down, beside...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

SPOUTING ItAOES TO COME. I | Newcastln-Mav 21th and 2otb. I Dubbo— Juno 16t!i and 17ib. Randwick Autumn Meeting— April 2Sth and 30th, and Slay lstand2ud. Mudgne— May. Gayndah (Queensland)— July 7th, 8th, and 9th. Clarcnco Biver— July 17th and 18th.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. THE KOOMAYLIE PASS.—ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. THE KOOMAYLIE PASS, — ABYSSINIA. Tho own' correspondent' of tho Daily News had got as far us Qayra Guddy on tho 18th December, and from that point ho writes :— ? Whore two ineu can pWe their foot, nn army may pass.' \Vt- have exemplified tho j ? ^ truth of thn maxim in our own experionco ; for have wo not, in spite of nil forebodings, sinister though many of thein were, nnd fulso in tunny respects as wem others, placed a regiment of infantry, one of cavalry, aud o battery of mountain guns on thn high land at Sonufe? ? Wv cun. moreover, should thev bo in wont of grout, forwur-l it by pack-laden animals, all tho sixty miles of way between (bat placo and Aonesley Bay. 'Tho chief obstructions to tho march of n-t army up tho XoomuylioPas* existed about Middle Sooroo, 'which is ten miles above thu first baiting place, Koomaylie. At that point, and 011 wards for. a mile and a half, thu torrent bed, which is the road itself, is shut in by rocky walls so perpendicular and of s...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. Tho entrances for Iho Brisbane Cup, to be run at this mooting, hare been declared as follows Tho Hon. R. Pring's b f Paudora, 4 yrs, by Middlesex, out of Dora Mr. Mining's b c Sydney, aged Mr. lluddlu's 0 R Premier, aged Mr, Fhuincty's hlk g Centipede, aged Mr. Flauncry's g g Forester, u^od Names of gentlemen who haro taken nomi nations for tho Corinthian Cup race » Messrs. DcStago, Missing, Selby, Belt, M'Louuon, Scott, und Cuptuiu Aircy.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECT POETRY. LOUISE ON THE DOOR-STEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

SELECT POETRY. I LOUISE ONTHE DOOR-STEP. . . Jl»lf-pa»t three in tbo mornlug ! And no ono ia tlio street Hut me, on tlio sheltering door.atep Resting my weary feel Watching tbo rain-drops patter, And dance whero tho puddles run, Afc bright in tbo flaring gaslight Aa dowdrops in tbo tun. I There'* a light upon tho pavement It shines liko a tnagic glues. And there aro facet in it They look at me, and pass. Faces— ah ! nrcll remembered la tho happy Long-ago, When my garb was chiton# lillies And my thoughts as pure as suow. Faces .' ah, yea J I ten them— i One, two, and thteo— and four— | That come on tho guit#of tempests, And go on tho winds that bore. Chanceful and cvauescent, . They shino 'mid etorin and rain, {Till tbe terror of their beauty Lie* deep upon iny brain. Ono of them frowns 5 1 know him With bis thin long snow-white hair,— Cursing his wrctchod daughter 'l'hat drovo him to despair. And tlio other, with wakening pity Iu her largo tear-strcaming eye*, Seems a« she yearned t...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BETTING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

THE BETTING MARKET. Thero has been rather moro speculation this ^ weok on tho Randwick ruecs. Tho princi]-al feature has been Ihe great desiro lo hiy against i tho favourites ; Tim Whifller went lame at tho : commencement of the week, and was speedily knocked down at 100 to 12, which price was offered 011 tho field. During Ihe last two days, howercr, ho has eomowhat recovered, and G to 1 to money is tho highest offer. Agaiust tho Rose and Fishhook, 100 to 8 has hten offered. Bvlong, Sir John, nnd Hai^'bleton Hill nro more enquired for nnd liaro been backed for aioro mouey tbao uny of the furor ilea. 2 to 1 on Fireworks j 3 lo 1 r Ituliau ! & to 1 v Glcncoo ' 10 to 1 v Nelly Brandon | 6 to 1 v Fireworks fi to 1 r Tiui Whifller (8 to 1 tk) 7 to 1 v Barb (tk) 10 to 1 r Humblcloit Hill 10 to 1 r Fishhook (100 to 8 tk) 10 to 1 v Bylong 100 toS r Rose of Australia ICO to 71 v Sir John (tk fr) 100 to 5 v Promise (tk)

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CONDITIONAL PURCHASERS' PRE-EMPTIVE LEASE DECLARATORY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

CONDITIONAL PURCHASERS' PRE* EMl'TJVE LEASE DECLARATORY BILL. Subjoined is the bill introduced intoParlia. mciit by Mr. Rjbcrlion ' A Bill to remove doubts as to the Right of Conditional Purchasers to Preemptive Leases of Crown Lauds. ' Whereas double haw nri-en as to con ditional purchasers under tho Crown Lands Alienation Act of 18C1 having Iho same rights of urc-emntivn lease as is nronded under the Crown Lauds Occupation Act of 1801 for holders iu fe^ simpfu: — Be il therefore enactod by Iho Queen'* Most Excellent Majesty bvaml with tho ad* vice aud consent of the Lc^ixlalivo Council and of tho Legislative Assembly ol'Now South Wales iu Parliament um-mb'led uud by tbo nuihoriiy of the same us follows : 1. Any cumlitionul purchiscr under tho Crown Limit Alienation Act ►hull ho crlitled on payment lo thu land agent oftho district in whieh thv land is situated of t Tin rent »ro. vided f'ir under tho 12th clause of thoCs jwn Kinds Occupation Act lo bo paid by pre emptive leaseholder...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARREST OF GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

ATUIE3T OL'GEOKGE VIlASOId TRAIN. The well-known Georgo Prancie Train wfts arrested ouFriday, Jouunryjiy, on board thn iioincward'houud Cunaid stemucr Seotii, off Queeiietown, The nn est was made at a late hour of the night by detectives, who went out to the Scotia iu tho Canard Company's tender, for th« purposo of making the usual scrutiny of Ibe passengers, nnd tho firH intimation of Iho event rcccivcd in Cork wus a telegram from Mr. Trniu liiinsctf lo tho editor of the Cork Examiner, in tbo following terms:— '1 am uuder arrest for wrtrds spoken in Aincricaand on tho high seas. This reminds me of free America ar.d fort Lafuyette. ' I Travelliug with Afr. Train there were two I gentlemen, one of whom described himself as ' Mr. Durnnt, an Ameiican railway conductor j —the other as Air. Dec, nn English coinmer* I cial traveller. Both wcro taken into custody at the tamo time as Sir. Train, and brought onshore in tho teudcr under a large escort of police. The three prisoners were remov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

a. DUNCAN, FAMILY BCTCIIER, UPPER GEORGE-STREET, ORENFELL R DUNCAN, in Ibankiitg bis friends and the publio fur tho liberal patronage ho has received during the Inst twelve months, begs lo inform tlivin thut he is still supplying Meat of the very licit Quality nnd ut the Lowest possible Price*. COLONIAL WIN E * rC. GALONSKI BEOS to inform the public that he In* now for sale SUPEKIOR COLOXI.W, WINE, of various ipmlities, from roiue of tho most celebrated vineyards in this aud tho neighhouriiig colonies, nt moderate prices— from Ills to pir dozen. G. GALONSKI hiving obtained a Colo nial Wino Licensu, if now prepared to sup ply tbo public with n very superior article at por bottle or by (be dozen. SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF!! SELLING OFF ! (.1 We arc leaving Grcnfell. The Premises for Sale. KERSHBROS., GEORGE-STREET, GRENFELL, BEG to inform the inhabitants of Gren. fell, and tbo surrounding district, that they ure giving up Storelecpiug at Grcnfell, and are about to return to their old ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

LONDON WOOL JIARKET. I Mr. Helmutli Schwartzo'a wool circular for January eoyss— Tho English wool Irado has fell the c fleets of tho general jjrostratiou In h consnmption stationary in liru of progressive, nnd a con* sequent lnr^o decline in Iho value of tbo raw mntcriul aod of gootls. Supply nnd consumpton.— Tho supply of wool from t ho chief source* hu beon largo Into Englaud J3G7 18CG Bales. Bales. From Australasia .. 412, Gil against 313,(523 FromtheCopo ... 1^8,118 agoinst 107,181 From tbo River Phte 182,081) against 152,^01 724,048 COS.K G Or about 22} per cent, increase. Tho tendency has beon uninterruptedly doruward, owing to the disproportion bs* between supply and consumption, and owing also in pn?t to the curtailment of English exports to America. Ihe United States traill' almost excluiies Ihe import of both woul and woollen goods, and thereby turns tn additional stream of tbe former upon this market, whilo at the same lime it stops tho orerflow of tho latter. From the Ca...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. Not exceeding half an ounce .... 1d   Not exceeding one ounce, but exceeding half an ounce .... 2d.   For every additional half-ounce, or less .... 1d COUNTRY LETTERS. For delivery in any part of the colony at which the letters are posted:— Not exceeding half an ounce .... 2d Not exceeding one ounce, but exceeding half an ounce .... 4d For every additional half-ounce, or less .... 2d LETTERS TO AND FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. (Except in special cases.) Via Southampton. Marseilles, s. d. s. d. Not exceeding ½ oz. 0 6 0 10 Exceeding ½ oz., but not exceeding 1 oz. 1 0 1 8 Exceeding 1 oz., but not exceeding 2 oz. 2 0 3 4 Every additional oz., or fraction of an oz. 0 1 8 LETTERS TO BRITISH COLONIES AND FOREIGN   COUNTRIES.   Not exceeding ½ oz.,6d. ; exceeding ½ oz., but not exceeding 1 oz., 1s.; for every addi- tional ½ oz., or fraction of ½ oz., 6d. ; exn cept to the Mauritius, India, &c., and in &a...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAM. SYDNEY. Friday 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 April 1868

LATEST TELEGltAM. (Faou GaErnxs's Tstcamu Courisr.) ] SYDNEY. Friday 0 p.m. 1 In couscquenco of tho Colonial Secretary refusing to divulgo tho contents of tho letter sent to him by O'Farrell, Mr. Mucleay ob tained and read a copy of it to the Aauemb]/, it bring certified by Archbishop Folding as a correct copy. In it O'Farroll said tbatlie repeuted having committed the crime. Ho also stated that the asiosslaatiou bad been long premeditated. That it was on account of tbo wrongs suffered by Irelaud. Ho ad*! untied that uo or^aaliatfoa of Fenian* cilstcd In tho colonies, but in anticipation of success ba had sent an address to tho people oflrelmd, in which he implied tbo existence of such an organisation hero. Tho Appropriation Bill haa passed. Parliament will probably be prorogued on Monday.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY. SYDNEY. Execution of O'Farrell. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 April 1868

Tdesdat. Stoxet. Execution of O'Farroll. Tlielerriblo penally of the lawforihecrimo , committed by lneaisai»in,0'Farrell,upon tha - person of his Royal Highness tho Dnko of Edinburgh, at Clontarf, on the 12th of March, i tvus evacted at Darlinghurst gaol this morn ing. Tiio authorities, not knowing what dos. pcrate deeds might be attempted, ina:lo ar rangements for any outbreak that could pos. sibly occur, and in addition to a largo num. bcr of policj, who wero for tho most part statiuned iu tho Lunatic Receiving House, opposite the western wall ef the gaol.thev had a la-go body of soldiers of 0,„ COth Reaiment 1 P.08,0,JL?: tfl8.,c'c-urt » ''i?. Wo understand I i that O'i-orrell slept Roundly all nliiht, as hoi hus been accustoi'.trd to do slued his itictrcc* I I ration, and up io the last ho preserved that chcorfulucMofmntiner (hat ho has exhibited ever since hi* nrrest. He j»ave oxprenion I to a feeling of SAtiifnction that tho Duke did | j not go to New Zealand, as h» feared tha...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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FRIDAY, APRIL 21TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 April 1868

FatDAV. Ai-HiL2lin. (Beforo thn- Police Magistrate.) j Jolm Oakes v. R. M. Vauphan.— £2 10«. | P/aintilT deposed s 1 engaged to go to .Ca* j nnwindrn toproypprt for quartz reefs for Mr. j Vaughau,on tlie 11th of March, and con. I tinuud to work until tho 21st of April, five I weeks, and was io he paid £2 10i per week. ! He p-tld me £2 when 1 started, and lost Mon* | day ovenitiggavo tuna rheque for £8. 'Ba- I fore handing me tho chequo be said it was. jjt-- meut iu fuU of uiy wages. 1 took the | chctjUH in part payment, aud so told -Mr. | Vuughan after I got it. The following day. i I demanded paymeut of tho £2 10s.: Mr. |in|t, aud by order .of Mr. Vaughan told moto' quit work. Otlurs of the same party left tho day before to go to the Sheet of Bark. It. M. Vuughan sworn s I am a cold miner ?nd quartz-crush r, and cmploycd Oakcs, by written agreement, to proceed to Canowindra and prospcct for reefs at or near that place, or elsewhere. On Monday evening Inst I settled with him, and aa...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THURSDAY, APRIL 23. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WAGES. Edison v. Turland.—£7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 April 1868

B Tirr/uojv, April 23 ((Before iho Police Mngietrata.) | Edisonv. lurlaud.— £7. ? I James Edison sworn, deposed : 1 was cm* ployed by W. O. Turiand, d-'fendaii»,to work a share in tbo Youor Australian reef,Tyagon^ at £2 per week. He hai paid mo £12, and there isnow duo £7. I worked (ijht week*. To defendant : I did iiut accept tbe sharo iu li*-n of tho balance due to me. Jorepli Harney deposed 1 1 was presont at a .conversation between tbo partus on March 21. TUerrtwas a dispute between -the plaintiff and defendant relative to wages for eight days i witrk. Turlund ofTerad hi* .hini i.i t\i* K-lison in lieu of tho wages, ami (lio latter i accepted it. I John Aiigusdeposedilhave worked on tho : I rrefiu question since last Clirittiuas. I*aw [ rcitsiin there crcrr day *{□-» tho middle of I March. The Polico Majijtrata thought that sjmo I misuuderstandingexistei betveeu the parties ahjut taking tbe sharo in lieu of the wages, llowurcr, notruufor had been mado, occord ! log to the regula...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LATE NEWS. MONDAY. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 April 1868

LATE. NEWS. Momdat. Stpjikt, I Th* voting of the Estimates wis concluded to-dnv. The Assembly lias voted £175 for saluiy for Ciorkof Petty Scsfions at Grenfell. Mr. Itjbertton* Free Selectors' lights Bill passed tho third reading iu tho Assembly to day. Batuwut. Frederick Lopes, fjr rape, wus senteuced to five years bar 1 labor. William Dowse, horse-ste.dlne, wai sentenced to eighteen months lianl lnbor. James Humnhrles, roh« biug the Greufeli ufall, seuteuced to ten years ou the roads.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 April 1868

GRENFELL MINING REPORT. 'It is desirable fo direot tho attention of tha i public to the present condition of reefing upon I this gold-fltM. in order to do this in an in* | tellfcible manner, we have taken somopiins to , mcccluin two fuels as a basis for cuuiiuoat. First, we endeavoured to obtain an approxi mation of the quantity of atono those working the clalme.upon all tlie reefs could raise per week, advantageously j and. secondly, the SUintity that can be crushed per week by all lie nmchioes now erected. Tho object of this is to seo whether thn facilities absolutely ncccwary for iho proutnble development of! tho resources of tho district have bcon sup* ' plied. It ttnnds torewinn that, Ifclalmholdera are | capable of supplying double the quantity of stone lo Hint now raised, and they aro only I prevented from doing so because there are not I facilities for crushing, it ia most important for the welfare of the district that the want should be satisfied without unnecessary delay, ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 April 1868

Highly Lucrative Investment. IllOR SALE, by prirnto contract (in conse . quenco of the proprietor leaving for Europe), that well-known property— TIIE CLARENDON HOTEL siluatcd in George-atrcot, Grenfell, and nt present doing tho mostlucrative trade in tho town. Tho Hotel was built by the proprietor about twelve months since, entirely of corruo gatod galvanised iron, its dimonsious being grcator than thoso of any other Uotcl In town and tho proprietor has no hesitation in stat ing that uny porson of activo habits could roalisoafortuno in itiu tho eourso of a year or two. This he is in a positiou to prove by reference -to his own receipts and expenditure since ho commenced business. Title to the Land guaranteed. With the Hotel will bo sold, at a valua tion— 1 Billiard -Tablo, by Hopkins mid Stephens 1 Bagatelle-Tablo, by Aleock PiailO, by Collard and Collard, with Pntcat Repeater Tho Stook-in-Trade Furniture Ac., &o. ' For Terms and full particulars apply to (ho proprietor on t...

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