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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 22 June 1898

THG GKZ6TTE tl ubllshed oieiy Wednesday by J C HABERMACIIER SUIISCKIlTIOX iiatls One Year postpaid 100 Enteioil nt tlio ibhinci Texas lost oflliu us faccontltlusa tunttci SHINER TEX WED JUKE 221898 BiT fov the present war Mole St Nicholas might never have emerged fiom its dim obscurity When tlio shells of the d uamito cimsei Vesuvius struck the earth nt Santiago it must hae made the fcpiuiaids believe an earthquake h id broke lon e The Spinmrds hive refused to exchange the gillant Hobson and Ins men They have placed them in Moro castle to prevent our ships from destroying it This is another tunple of Spinish honor The Battleship Texas is scor ing up on its record At the bombirdmont of the forts at San tiago last Wednesday Admiral Sampson specially complimented the Texas tor her good work and accurao riling Tin New York Journal has caught Pulitzers World pilfering its news by the use of the old norm in Maxim device by which the Galveston News caught the Houston Post in the same act s...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 22 June 1898

IP j Ik I V tjk CITY l > IltijTOHV Mayor Itobt L Eschenburg Treasurer Louis Wagener Secretary Ed J Mair AinKUMiv Louii Wagoner Ed P Woltera J II Huebner Ed J Merrcm C B Welhausen The City Council meets on tbo vflii l Monday in every month NEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May 26 i8p8 LOCICHAHV IIRANCU Tniin No 13 arrives from Lock hart at 1230 > 111 Triin No 4i arrives from Yoa kum at ii15 p m WACO IIUANCIt Train No11 arrives from Waco at 137 i in Tram No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p 111 Cut out this coupon and eendji > r bring it to us with 10c uiidM ibtiin Portfolio No 3 of tliepj Naval Series LOCAL NWW s Advertise your wants in the Gazette Straw Hats at sacrifice prices at Platos Subscribe for the Gazette and secure the naval war portfolio Pratts Horse and Catttle food at Platos The Gazettk a paper for the people only 100 per year Java Blend Coffee the best sold by C H Flato H N Flulo left last week for San Angelo on cattle business A nice line of Glassware and Crock...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 22 June 1898

BALLOONS IN THE NAVY How They May Be Used for the Purpose of Spying on the Enemy Great Aid to the Admirals of Fleets nallocrs ar = going to play an Im portant pait in the work ot our navy around Cuba and each day of delayed action will make them more needful In observing the Spaniards strength ened lines of defense The tortuous waterways and the generally landlocked naturo of the harbors their narrow fortified en trances and the excellent retreats the wide reaches of mater offerto their ships make It Imperative that wo have some fairly safe and reliable means ot making reconnolS3ances of the Span lards rosltlons The fighting tops yes even the mastheads are of Uttle avail for observation at the distances Imposed by the watchful batteries of the enemy and the captive balloon alone solves the difficulty This Is es pecially so where high promontories llko those of Santiago de Cuba and San Juan completely shut out the harbor from view and make hlttjng a fleet therln mere guesswork Recent...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 22 June 1898

l A FATALITY AVOIDED From the Democrat Goshen Ind When neuralgia Is accompanied by a dull heavy pain near the heartfrequently becoming intenso It generally termlnaten fatally Mr Nancy Flynn who lives near Goshen Indiana survived such an attack and her advice it worth hooding In tho fall of 02 eho Bald I begun to to have troublewlthmy heart There was a sharp pain In my breast which becamo rapidly worse The doctor was puirled and put me under the Influence of opiates These sharp attacks followed one another at Intervals and I became weak nnd had a haggard look I was constantly In pain soldora slept and had no appetite At tho end of two years I was confined to my couch most of tho time and tho doctors agreed that my death was only a matter of a short time One day I noticed In a newspaper an Item about n wo man having been cured of neuralgia of the heart by > Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People and T l I concluded to try them When I had flnlshod one box I noticed an 1m In provemen...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 22 June 1898

I HON tt ROLL wm zander otto Wagner herman dreyer a sudermann ed coleman JuIIN STULTING J P ELLIS FRANK BUOEK Under the Chestnut Tree A MAN OV ltnSUURCES 11 dont know thut I need any woik done about tlie hou e What can you do my good fallow sir in my day Ive been a carpenter u barber and a school t > idler I can shingle your house your hair or your boy IfOf all snd words of tnnguo or lien the saddest are it might have been more sad ate those wo daily hee It is but hadnt ought to be During the trial of n case in the Supreme Court recently in which distinguished counsel were engaged the two had been employed in arguing a law point Thero is nothing in that said one I havn examined into it and know Oh answered tho opposing counsel you know everything you do No quietly retorted the first lawyer I dont know everything but you and I together do You know everything except that yon are a damphonl and I know thut San Diego Bee As they strolled through the Ramble in Central Park tho future ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

n the market and is easier to streteli than any oilier wiie The Genuine Glidden and Waukogan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fence Posts mtggy paints and blushes Sliiner Texas Btjj37 yoTJir Orooeries noaEasBsazj ik AT THE GHEHP Asuvmx S O RlsrsS 3VEanager PALACE SALOON P STUB RICE Proprietor dealer ik pjne wines liquors and OXGAKS Headquarters for tne Farmer J H HUEBHER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and o GIGrAIiS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS DRUGS STATIONER Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines Always in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER T6XKS 4r CITY BARBER SHOP 4 A O KOEPKE Propr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair ratting 25o Shaving 15c Shampoo 2Bo Beafoam lOo Shiner Texas The County Contention am nrtVfl The democratic convention held at HalletsVilio last wlonday was a harmonious nfih...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

u > QUESTION IS SETTLED THAT HOUSTON IS THE POINT OF RENDEZVOUS The L witling lti9 Siticnnafiil An Ofllclal Dhimtih ltutelveil ttt ii4lilnitiin from Olio of General alniftflrH Stall OMiurs 1 leot Covering tint Operation Washington lime 21 Adjutant 2oi blu yestoiilij wind Governor Cullioi 011 designating llmislou as tlio leu cloVOUS tOl till now Toxns legllllOlltS This acloii on Hie rut ot tlio itdjit Unt goiiul Is not only due to tlio woilc of Cougicssiiinii Tom Hall lint tho talk of dilaj on tlio iuit of tlio depnitinont In also duo to Ills ticisNt omy In pushing Houstons claim ami Insisting upon notion on tlio giound ttint the olllcois vieic appointed com panies selected and onlj i niustoiliig ollicet was needed lo oualile levib to uuiiMi her now quota as pioiniitly us bcoie i Tlio Laiulinjr Wai Siitrnnriil Washington Tune 24 Majoi Oener il Ml lot loceivod an olllolal illspiteh josloidiy morning fiom one of lcnoiil filufteis staff oillceis ilcxcilblUR tlio opei ttlons iny stylu...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

LI v T1 Tho factory laws ot New Jersey Which have never been well enforced are being utterly defied by a number of cmployors In Passaic Men women and children are compelled to work from 630 a m until 8 and 10 at night without extra compensation Children are thus kept away from night school their only chance of securing some ed ucation Men are starving In the streets The workers arc supposed to have one hour for dinner but It Is said they only are allowed fifteen minutes Fonr dollars por week la a high and unusual wage the average being 1 25 These white slaves live twentyflvo and thirty In a room Beer a scientist says fattens a mans voice It will also give him a pair of round feet Admiral Sampson Is materially as sisting tho Spaniards to remember lots of things the Maine Included Head the Advertls mmits You w 111 enjoy this publication much better If jou v 111 get Into the habit of reading the ndveitl ements they will afford a most Interesting study and will put you In the way of get...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

nxwwmrf WvMwMiutii > miitKwain7MrMnMimmmm TH9 GKZeTTE Iubtfphod eveiv Wednesdivv to I 0 HABKRMAl FIER SI USIIUl HON 11A1I On Vtir ljostpild 1 oo Jinteied at tliofiliinei Tu is Iost ofliP us inon 1iliiss liiiiltut BHTtfER TEX WED JUNE 291690 Houston ii to have a big military eimp Tho Fourth Texas regi ment will reiidevoiiB there It is mid anothei crisis is immi nent in Spain and General Campos aims at being made dic tator Hauiiton Fish one of the first of New Yniks 400 to enlist in the Hough Riders his given his life lor a fiee Cuba 10000 Ameiieaus and 4000 Cubins under Goner lit Shafter and tin cm have begun tho investment of Santiago do Cuba Tin situation in Spain is so giaiu that tho Austrian minister bus bcon directed to look to the safety of tho queen legent At last the army has sot foot on Cuban soil hut their long delay willinaltQjtheir task of j conquering the Sp aniaids that much harder General SiiArrais army con sisting of 10 000 men landed on Cubm boil Inst Wednesday an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

If I Isf 1 A 01TY DIKL GTOltl Mayor Robt L Eschenburg Tieasuier > Loins Wagoner fcecietary Ed J Mair ArniiiMij Louis Wagoner Ed F Wolteri T II Hnobnei Ed J Morrow C I Wclhauben Tho C ity Council meets on the liit Monday in oveiy month NEW TIA1E TABLE In Effect Thursday May 26 1898 rocKinur iiuaxch Train N o 15 arihes from Lock lint ut 1210 p 111 Triin Nn 10 at lives from You hum ut 315 p m WACO JIHANPir Triin No 11 arrives liom Waco at lo7 p 111 Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum ut 221 p m shiner oazette coupon ft Jil UNCLE SAMS NAVY Cut out this coupon and semljji An bring it to us with 10c auiW ijjibtain Pottfolio No 4 of tlu < Series LOCAL NEWS Good giiciousl but isnt it hot Tho hot time in Cubi is now on New Honey at A 13 Jonodkck eu Cot > Adveitiso your wants in tho GAKLirj Wctmnipo Caho Icing for sale at A B JuvonicKER it Co W G Lino of Flatonia was in ton 11 1 ist Sunday Stiaw Huts at sacrifice prices at Fr atos Slihocribo foi tho GV7i iru and scourollhejnawl war unit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C llABWUtACiinit Editor and Tub SUnSCltlPTION RATES One Year psstpald Jl W Entered at the Shiner Texas pcstofflci u second class mall matter HOW FELT HATS ARE MACE Thousand of JlWm Women Rtiil Iloyt Arc Employed In tho Industry One of the leading Industries In this country Is the manufacture of hats At the present time fur felt hats ate made In eleven Btntes namely Con necticut Indiana Illinois Maryland Maine Massachusetts Missouri New Jersey New York Pennsylvania and Rhode Island There are In all more than 200 manufacturing plants produc ing hats for mens boys womens and childrens wear composed of the fur of the rabbit beaver nutria and other animals The Industry employes up ward of 25000 men women and boys nnd the approximate value of the out put Is said to be 20000000 annually Speaking of mens hats and their manu facture a representative of one of the largest firms In this city said Felt hats Include the popular derby and the various styl...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

fc SOLDIERS WRECKED FOUR SOLDIERS KILLFD AND OTHERS FATALLY INJURED Jainmrtl itmt Hurled Undor TlmlierNlhn Atririuiit Occurred Near rupclo Mint and Unit Ctmsttd 1 > j tliu Second bectlon Crushing Iuto the First Memphis Tenn June 27 A special to the CoinunuclalAppeal fioin Tupelo MlSS S1J3 A tallnaj accident occulted lieio nt 340 jestetdtj afteiuoon In which four soldiers and a colored porter lost their llUs and othcis sustnlued fatal lnju lies Immediate attention was given them and eieiythlng done to ielloe the wounded lij the local phjslclaus and tho city oignnlitlona and the lidlcs weie on the becne and admlulsteilus to the suileieis Yesteulnj afternoon Colonel Toireys itroop of Rough Htdors from Chejenne Wjo leached this place la the Kan is City Memphis and Birmingham lllllunj The Hist section had stopped to take watei and had whistled to stait on Allien tlio second section lounded the sharp cuiAO In the tracks just befoie the town Is leached and dashed iuto It In the leal of ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 29 June 1898

9 v HONOR ROLL H W YLYfMv Ju RFV RD OKRTEL roup FirArKALD Atjl WARMK1CX JOHN MILKER SOME WAR JOKES EXnANAlUKY The lolloping letter una scut to military headijuaiters lecently To the War Department Dont givo John his salary Uu dont know the vnluo ol money fund it to uu ucry inontli I will iiuil it Two of tho clnldieii have imp ut tins writing mid Maiy oes > ma still soio God liep lid all Toll John what 1 i ij Atlanta Constitution A NIGHT IV 110STON George Geoigel Well whit is it now Did you look tho doorai Yes And let the dog loose Yes And put up the chain across the hack gate Yees And did you go down to the iv liirt and look mid see if there weieany Spaniards in the oiling Vo oes Cleveland Iluin Dealer v a siorrat Since the war begun the only biruer in the block has been talked almost to death and has been made to lealtze how it is himself The other d ly ono of his most g irrulous nitomers began as soon as he was Kttled in thochuii Wliit bothers mo is that Spin lili ileet This un...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 6 July 1898

VOL 6 SHINER LAVACA COUNTY ITEXAS WBDUESDAY MORNING JULY 6 1898 S W Real Estate 3Dealer and deaijiii in LUMBER Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuino Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Codar Fence Posts ouggy paints and brushes Shiner Texas 5uy Yoi r Qroceries GHEHP tmtsxsas > s A 0 TSrSS > Manager SALOON P STUERKE Proprietor pealkr IN pine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP HM 1le1 orthTFafm f BISMHRK SHLGON J H HUEBTiTER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and CIQARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty 6 MW AWA W i DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Line ofDrugs and Patent Medicines AlwavB in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXHS 41 CITY BARBERSHOP A O KOEPKE Piopr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair ontting 25o Shaving 15o Shampoo 25o Sea...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 6 July 1898

MORE ABOUT CAMAEA NAVY DEPARTMENT FEELS NO APPREHENSION Consul nroatlurnta < > er Stroke He Iurclinsoit All tho Available Coal lit lort Said Tho Squailrous Dissolution CHinnru to Lcavo 111 Torpedo Hunts Washington July 1 While not nbat ing Its close watch over the Cadiz fleet the navy department does liot eel the same degree ot apprehension respecting the movements of those ships It did when tho start was made for Tort Said The government has done everything possible within fair Hues to prevent this Ileet from reach ing the Philippine anil tho agents of the state department have been par ticularly successful In their work United States Consular Agent Broad bent has just made a master stroke which he reports to the departnfeut While the Spanish ships were seeking permission of the Egyptian govern ment to take coal at Port Said the consular olllccr succeeded In quickly buying up all the coal available at thai port This amounted to 20000 tons and It Is In a good place to be shipp...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 6 July 1898

l f i A QUARDSMANS TROUBLE rrom the Detroit Mich Joui rial The piomptneRs with which tho National Guard of the different states responded to President McKInloys call for troops attbe beginning of tho war with Spain made the whole country proud of its clttren soldiers In Dotroit there aro few guaidsmon mors popular and efficient than Max R Davies first sergonnt of Co B He has been a resident of Detroit for the past six year find his home is at 416 Third Avenue For four years ho was connected with the well known wholesale drug home of Farrnnd Williams Clark in the capacity of book keeper I have charged up many thousand orders for Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale People sold MiDavIert but never know their worth eVUH SttoeanU until 1 used them for the cuie of chronlo dyRpepsta For two years I suffeied and doctored for the aggrnvatlng trouble but could ouly be helped temi orat lly I think dyspepsia is one of the most stubborn of niliuents and tlieie is scarcely a clerk or ofllcu man but w...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 6 July 1898

rvmKmmaramanmimtxw TH6 GKZGTTE Published ovorv Wcdncsda bv J C HABERMACHER suDscniprioN rAin One Yeat postpaid W > Entered nt the Shluoi Texui lost olllco as secondcl i mutter BtffiTER TEX WED JULY 0 1893 THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO A combined attiek of the aimy and navy was made on tho defenses ot Santiago do Cuba early last Friday morning The fighting was desperate and continued all day Fiiday and was icnoued on Sntuiday morning and kept up dining tho gieitcr pait of the day The Spanish iiitrenchnicnts hao been taken and the Spmiards cliiven back all along tho lino The loss was heavy on both sides The Amoileans lost heavily horn the eflict of tho liie horn Cerveias thips which were in range of tlio Ameiicanlelt wing The Ameiican loss in the two days fighting is etimattd all the nay from 1000 to 2000 men Killed and wounded The Spanish loss is much heavioi but is not definitely known 2000 i4hWisonb 8ilv eroilakendand he foitined towns of 1 A Canoyand San Juan liuvo beon captured by th...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 6 July 1898

fr I CITY DIKKOTOKY Mayor Uobt L Esclienburg Treaauicr Louis Wngeuer Secretary Ed J Mair MDEHMRN Lotti Wngcnor Ed F Wolters J H Huchner Ed J Merrcm 0 IJ Welhausen The City Council meets on the flint Monday in evory month NEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May 36 1898 IOCICIUKT nitAJJCIt Train No 15 arrives tiom Ldck hart at 1280 p m Train No Hi arrives from You kum at 3lo p tu WACO nitANCIT Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 137 p in Tram No 42 anives from Yoa kum at 221 p 111 QAZETTE COUPON j UNCLE SAMS NAVY Cut out this coupon and sendjii Mor bring it to ua with 10c and Hjobtaiu Portfolio No 5 of tlic < Scries LOCAL NEWS I Advertise your wants in the Gazette New Honey at A B Juntbeck bb Cos Piatts Horse and Cattle food at Fiatos The Gaki tte a paper for the people only 100 per year Java Blend Coffee the best sold by C H FrATo Mr Oliver Payne was in the city last Thursday on business Wctmnres Ciko Icing for sale at A B JuNGBn < fiiEU it Cos Another very heavy rain fell here List...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 6 July 1898

Olm THE GAZETTE Published Hvcry Thursday by J C llABiittMACiiui Editor and rnUi SUBSCUIlTION KATES Ons Year postpaid f 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitofllc as second class mall matter WILD QECSE IN A STORM Tnnsual lllcht of a Squawking Wind Illown Floelt Out Writ From the TopeUa Capital Wild geese by the wagon load were slaugh tered last night by the people Uvlne In the neighborhood of the Shunga nunga creek People may think that this Is exaggerated but If the state ments of those living In Martin and Dennis additions Qulnton Heights and Walnut Hill nny be believed the condition of affairs In that part of the town on tho goose proposition last night can hardly be exaggerated The forepart of the night the capitals tele phone ians imessantly and the whole leportoilal force was Invited to listen to the squawking it was declared the popping of guns indicated that all the suburban residents of Topcka were practicing for war with Spain and geese the living targets were dropping down...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 6 July 1898

if m r yi i v A w s FLEET WIPED OUT ADMIRAL CERVERA ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE Hut Imtipion Dcntruycil nil His WurahlpH Kviept One Detiillaot tho Ihigugemeiit iNot hcut p tins Nitvil lowtr on tho Allttntlal > ovv Unlimited Wellington July 4 The following cable illsjuteli win Riven out tit the White House yesterday llayji < lel llsto July a The destruction of the Spanish Ceveri Meet Is confirmed Washington July 4Tlie following statement wis last night given out nt the White House General Shatter tclegiiplis liom Ilnya del Ustc July 3 Kuly yejtoiday morning I sent n demand for the Immediate sturender of Santiago tlucateulng to bombard the city I believe the place will be surrcndeied This contradicts the report that Gen eial Sliittei has fallen back The following dispatch was received nl the war department iliiyn del Kste July 3 Sluouey oiilclils confirm the statement tliit iiU the Spansh fleet except one was de stiojed and burned It was wltnei bed by Captain Smith who told the opeiitor...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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