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LAW COURTS. POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, MARCH 6. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., the Hon. R. B. Andrews, Hon. W. Morgan, Messrs. W. Lewis, and O. K. Richardson] THE LIBEL CASE. [Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., the Hon. R. B. Andrews, Messrs. W. Lewis, J. H. Biggs, O. K. Richardson, and J. Harvey.] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

LA W CO U'RTSL' POLICE COUBT— ADELAIDE. Fbijjat, Maech 6. {Before Mr. S. Beddome, P.M., theFon. R. B. Andrews, Hon. W. Morgan, Messrs. W. Lewis, ?i and O. K. Richardson, j ! -/.-?-? ; ;= THE LIBEL CASE. IBefore Mr. S.: Beddome, P.M., the Hon. E. B. Andrews, Messrs. W. Lewis, J. H. Biggs, O^ E. Bichardsoo, and J. Haivey.l ? - ? Gteorge-Massey Allen, of Adelaide, printer and newspaper publisher, was charged that he did on Saturday, the 29th February, unlawfully, wickedlyj and maliciously, intending to injure, vilify,; and prejudice, John Cherry, Official Assignee, and to bring him into public con tempt, scandal, infamy, and disgrace, write and publish, and cause and procure to be published, a' falsej scandalous, malicious, and defamatory libel, in the form of an article in the Satirist. newspaper, printed and published in Adelaide, according to the term and effect following, that is to say :— - ?:' ? ... - ? . . ? ? . ? ' BCOCNDBELS UNMASKED (meaning the said '?'???? John Cherry and o...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

NEWS OF THE WEEK. ? : ? #? ? ?''? Early in February a man named Martin Kinane, who was hurt by lifting a cart on the South road, was admitted to the Hospital,' suf fering from a broken back. 'He has the use of his upper limbs and head, but his lower limbs are completely paralysed. Hopes are enter tained that he may live, but of course he will be a cripple for life. The person named Haman who sustained a compound fracture of the leg is rapidly getting welL A man named Slat terly, who has been in the Hospital for the last three months, suffering from an in jury in the stomach, recently underwent an operation which has left him very weak, but it is to be hoped he will ultimately recover. .

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RATEPAYERS' MEETING AT SALISBURY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

RkTEPAYEES' MEETIN^&CSAifc - ?- ?-'- B^JRY. -??j^l--i----J-i' j^s -A meeting of ratepayers' ~swas held atjth3ea( Salisbury Jlotej. o%jB£$ndaj ^ fevenuagj.jMarcji^;' ^§t of ^at^ar, t^r,. ^i ;Kb|fr^tid}^w ^91^ fei {.lie, ckair^ (and^ejenarjeej. tlia,t E)&;1ipo§ ftpT/inJ^t-' &Srj^'t]ie^^eeiing^^r*tiX»^ vS&i&P$si3fr Ithe'^jratepayi^s 'Ql^jfytjifa .^But^h^ rha^-^muvT |plea|ur^ in^gresidin'^ byw.^Mzjiitajdt c^faiopi -8i*£Mi$m}p te. :Were, maae jlajsgr; anSL tt|yrt paid:..th^.)q|^k«,Jtehe5,salwies, it .yr&m be, ?pweiibengficiaL, for ^thfi, ^qriangiof *the, dwf nj^ .afraip* ai\df mp^at^tj^n, wogld Jj4du^g|ed:^ mat?nK wads^in, .tae^njgsj'necessax^ paj^, j H^. jfctipugfft thatii, g^meVgari^pif. Ihedi^w^^^p^S J^t^a^^|reKco%cte^|fce^OTO^QJgy [wa^t .ejgiepd^u, ^H^a^'feap,) jyfi»,^\^TJ^jfi4es . L^liftugM that Jhe-ou^ary ,Jiu§flhnuJ.d h^nalned :J-efpre jaay, ij^nite qpeatiojQico^ld b^subnut^fced. ;^-^,?Haiyey^^ghfcth^a!2^PPsfii^*3ipuld( ^^.gigSe-jtb,...

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MEETING AT RIVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

[?] [?] ^j^pierjasgajof pountiys. *.M»&r^^^Kf^; ^^Plffi^-h^rij^p^m^^yjfr.,^^^^! ^SJiftf saisLrh-o wmtfe-mi3o&?™9!P$»¥&&$$ TOSS; 4$ksk the^reauisgwn .fQE^pji^enijsg^lig.pie^ I^^T *Hisdidj»*es $&\i&$imii W^Ubfe &M-. i^B^si^y^i^-^^AQii:ftbAtQ,J»e-lip?ft .*»Idrgmtleiaau vas.i&t ^afld.^tp£er ir.wMhmt; afittit%ft5aag,.oxJie4i-i«g hi* JQ^jis^.-U^aPubUg ^natMwasiioifieai^J^W^d Mj^itflteJaM^alrtiAJ ^mdere{ooi'there;S^re«fi.veFal-genMcnisa18pok-Jfti l^aaiintrn^iag oaodidateBj Ma lOiMeiL thtgr ^*|ild aothe^aodwioketlijiy.BUQhjflieftiWaJQhq; ?Biirdy. M^iy Wwa-ifl»tlungrmore^Jihan ran; ^Ubwemaii. a JXhebdiwas fone nautei he. ihM i icy. aS^pose^Jihat jwaa«ea|itoin' Wxki&$8m: -»Ur rfcaew -imujiMilifcical ^haracter^eqfilr. i=Scbiraoh iirieflyTseoonded.^ Mii^anjie^ CKHaitejftai hM f-tB*y knew.Jby^tiheii- sad'a^pp«iaWiCB-*hearKt£ept iOfiiaVingiiKnijesBntatirasitoBji^theiothep -siHe ;«*gtie. T#dBkim#.&&S& t...

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MEETING AT SMITHFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

'''Mi^Tl^^aM^H^BIi^^ I f ' . ti4 meeting of, ; tae electors, pt, JSTatala;;. in -»ui neetipn wi^Jbfie SmiltM^djga^mers^CJjlb, jvas ^heJdi ^^?, -S^th^eJd .^J^p^^i^fiel^ -**? ? ^ejijaesday'- ; ^Inl^g, . . JttarchT 4* .. , ,Th-f e: was : a Jaitge. atteHd/iticje^i -aniT 3he. «fiajr . sfak occupied ^vi^i%^^e4J^.0J,gLe,eaig; byj^l^lh^ Me ja*: -erl^em§nfc1,co.nvenjmg13fv.ithe -^JStoo. . Thomas^ ^Ojsiiip,; JJi-L^.^ explainecl the , ^object pf !the^ gatjieringj 'ani^illluded te the iinportance of electing, j^uitabienaen. as-representaave&. fOe ?^aa con^iiced ,me igdeayjhadinoE :preyipusly' ^een ^jep ^rgsent^ as ^Rastitjiiight^asei^enj and v he thj^f^ri ijrgeU 'upon .those, present-- to:.-returnJj.lfj.BO^sible^1maji who .were well arqquaiuted,.;wi|h tiie disttncts.-.antlv personally itntfe'resjie4^\ib7;.'vHe..:s@w^nded.^l8Jt.a^i«y should h^^fi agricultuiists to p&prgsnt .agrictfl-! tural. districta, for. he maiutaiaedt tha^. it was hot ijonroiiiBfce^^ftatr5 consfitutfe'd-prbsl...

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LOLLER'S CASE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

LOLLER'S CASE. tO THE EDTTOB. Sir — I regret even to. appear to direct atten tion to the affairs of the L*te Mr. Loller, of Roseworthy, but Mr. Bright, jun,, having thought proper to publish a gaibled and partial statement of them, I shall feel obliged if you will in your next issue allow a correction of it to go forth to the world. Mr. Bright says that Mr. Lolier refused to sign the deed of assignment. I was at the second meeting of Mr. Lollers creditors, and took notes of what was- said. These I have re ferred to, and I find that the solicitors to the trusteesstated most particularly, more than once, that Mr. Loller never refused to sign the deed. He did not wish to sign it for a few days, and during those few days he made arrangements by which he would have been enabled to pay the creditors 10s. in the pound at once if they would wait till the next harvest for the re mainder. Mr. Bright, jun., omitted to state, that within a few days of that first meeting of creditors, of which M...

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THE OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

THE OipST COLUMN. [This portion of our paper is, set apart for free interchange of opinion on topics of public interest, subject .to the usual rules of news paper correspondence. We are not, how ever, to be regarded us endorsing -the views of our correspondents, whose statements are made solely on .their own responsibility, and are pub lished whether in favor of the general policy of the paper or opposed thereto. Neither do we undertake to defend any proceedings at law which may result from these letters. Anony mous letters and letters written on both sides of the paper ate declined. - -Manuscripts are in no- case^ returned. We have also to explain that ; we frequently insert in this journal letters previously addressed to the Advertiser, ' or io- -the Express and Telegraph, and which therefore appear' ia the Chronicle at the same time- with the replies, and other com munications elicited.]

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MR. DAVID SUTHERLAND, M.P., AND THE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

Mfir. DAATiD -SOTBffERIiABJDj -;^£.P , ^B^foH^iHi%-ilett8if-;;app%»-1ia tiae.;£order '^*-Sff^E^eK^veiy-:y*ij-;*eiK-rt:*£ ^stite last meeting of the Mount Gainbier. rBoadfjBoard ,^&^ai.3^ate;^t^rirf.ja^.to^e,Hop. Philip S^to.luC4m)^sion,Qt.'oi.'^ifblic,. VTprks. had -h'ejen^fdr^aiiiledj'to^fel^ Boaj&. , and ' %« body h~& AktoLMiv.BaiitoTs conduct,.! JeaVe;the ex ?planatioaj of^thajt £a f hxpsejf,' siojp]y ^.sayiDg ^hairf arefuseA io believe-, ijjit _it6; .w.Quld be .gejlty of. suBh.a,brjBach of. JBoijfidencc. iSt^i saw ?jnijiietteijitt'^W^''-- ?'?'??? '??'' V -';' CJ -. i,,'.VAsto;vtha9Qnteo-is of- tny^ letlier^^a^a. my -pjJiHiQ.n.-pf} th^.presentiroad.systenj, .'.r^^yjboldly j?hat iha^^ofteaiaidm the Mouse; of 'Assembly —that' the' sjstem ujfefer Vhlcfi the present 'eeritftkT-ariu' ©isfaFcit'Boad^t6aT(lsare;established '&? cumbttu^,- Expensive, -iandvAiaefiioient for 'I have not, nor do Ii«a^ithat;.1*cSCiueui Jjerst o£ any upf ? the Boards axe. ineffi...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INStrRiNCE - ^^'?H'eoH^M^PttiEsnSm^ -; Tffevse^Bdv«raina%'igeneral --106^0*^ the Sbdvs. CSraipany wot; ^elff at '^Hkj 'oflfeies on ;Fn^^^^oanrtPebrnaryif8? ' The'-Son. T. ~ ^Reynblds . prpsiaing.- -ABbtft W shareholder* ?j- 'w^r^-presfent?. 'The n»nTr^ss'of last- meeting ' were confirnteA'^ThS ^ Chairniati-Baid-the report^ ';: ,-*hictowillibe fc^d.^pnr^verittsing.^olitmns, ; ^Be^^siX; months B-Pj to ,13fcn j)eceinbei;7, last. lflouga tneJtpjiiea p&-,tg» wfee £e|ious, ;-ttle total results were gotid. The Iodsls wgre.'p^acipall¥ ?mv&&, 4ndife:Di*6etoi-s ha4 decided- to raise tile rales .diF-^ysk ^rd^ei%v^na -ithttJCoifi: p^aniea liad.-1arri,'s«d^t jjhejSaTiiecimdiiigjon,^ I& fifu&ijM 5ioiiiiitr^;th'iS rates .should^ ^tie'tKougiitj.De 'ffigner' th^l 'tj tS&gSti^ f * ^Hq' wefrer^ jtTjtherij were not ''looses 'tliere would' ^e'A6 UisUirance ^GoirijfanieSji^did/^taMng.ithem^withr^e gains, iieEejwouM etili be aidirideniLrtile...

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KAPUNDA. February 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

KAPUNDA. (Prom our own Correspondent. 1 : February 29. town Flats. — Cupbearer, 1 ; .Booyoo lee, 2. HrrabLES. — Unknown, 1 ; Lightfoot, 2. Shorts.— Collingrove, 1; Lottery, 2. It was protested that Collingrove was Ulbs. underweight. HtnsBYSKUBEY. — Lady. ? ^

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LOBETHAL. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

? T ? ; ? LOBETHAL. [From our our own Correspondent.] March 2. At the election meeting at LobethaL about -40 persons were present. Messrs. Playfonrd and Tidemann addressed the electors. Mr. Tidemann is undecided as to wheither he will contest the district or not. There was a majority for Playford.

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MELROSE. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

MELROSE. March 4. There is a large fire on the surrey. It has been burning since yesterday.

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THE "GOVERNMENT GAZETTE." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

THE ' GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.' fFrom the Government Gazette March 5.] Aepoiniiobhts. — Montague de S. G-. k. Clarke, EaqMire, Captain in EL- M.'s 50th (Qaeen's Own) Regiment, to be Provincial Aide-de* Camp, vice. Lucas, resigned. Mr. G. S. Wright, ef &e Crown Lands Office, to be Clerk in the Chief Secretary's Office. Mrs. Mary Foster, to be poundfceeper at Saddleworth, we Foster de ceased. Mr. W. H. Harroia, to be Clerk to the Bench of Justices at Mount Ganibier. Mr. J. G. O'Keefe, to be Clerk to the Bench of Justices at Robe. Mr, W. Ridpath, to be Clerk to the Bench of Justices At Port Lincoln. District OooBts.— His Honor Mr. Justice Wearing will hold a Court of Over and Terminer And of /gaol delivery at Robe, on April 11; and at Mount Gambier on April 15 next.

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THE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

[?] Itej^bnual^how in connection with &eAgii-* CTJtp^and SotidBultnral Society ^cwkplAcB on/Thurtidayr March 5, on the '''IMiibitibn Grounds, on the . Park /Lands. ; Wheu the Gtaifll?iNati6nal Show in honor of the Duke of iS^urgh'a visit was h^d, it ^ thought of ttt-^4Uinnaliib.ow, which is usually held in February;. fioweVer, thiB was iot'so, and the Committee ? of the Society ;? determined . upon holding the;, annual : ieg^osUaon ;of South Austr&ian produce; dtttKtogh,' Rowing to the lateness' of rthe 'Beasbn^ 'they decided ihat.R*-Bh6n?d t^ke place sbmewhat later than usual, and i&erefore, forgiving the, Hiber nicism, ihe FehruarySlhbw took place inMarch Fears yrexk expressed in. anticipation xjf 'the Sxbobitibn, that it would prove afailure— fears perfe^ which were based principally upon the nust6f the general depression no*- existing in tne v^xi&UB staple interests of the ^colony,, and more~T)articnlarly '* the affliction which ;has' blighted ihe...

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THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

THE LUNCHEOK. i^ Between 2 and 3 o'clock about 40 g ntle tlemin sat -down to a luHcheon, which was pro vided by Mr. Aldridge, under the verandah oh the eastern side of the building. The Hon. J. Baker, President of the Society, filled the Chair, and gave in quick succession . ''The Queen,' ' Prince and Princess of Wales, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the rest of the Royal Family,' and 'His Excellency the Acting Go vernor Colonel Hainley.' : Mr. W. Thompson proposed ' The Parliament of South Australia ;' and in the course -of hfa speecn He corementea upon tbe tact that ve^jr few members of Parliament were piesent. The Chairman was the only representative, and he regretted this exceedingly, because they gene rally looked for the presence of those gentlemen on such occasions. There were a good many aspirants to Parliamentary honors present that day, and he hoped they would beaT in mind that the farmers -were the. mainstay of the colony. There were a good many people who could admire the Pr...

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ELECTION MEETING AT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

ELECTION MfiETETO AT AttBTJRN, - ameenog was neia apAuourn on Wednes day, March 4, to hear the political opinions of tbe present members *»f the district Mr. A. King *as voted Ho the. chair, and called upon Mr. Kingston, to address the meeting. . Mr^ Kihgston on rising was greeted with cheering.- He, said he and his colleague were not on a political tour, they merely came up to be present at the Watervale Show, and they, made a halt here for the purpose of addressinir the electors. It was not the first time he appeared before them under similar circumstances. , He had served the district of J Stanley - no w for a number', of yeairsj -and if he had given them satisfaction -jb* liopfd -tiueTj ^^wpuld -^6,bim the honor of flg*v'n pl-^n£f idm in a position of. representing .them -again. He trusted the elec tors of. Stanley wonld not be. disposed to say they havi -been b^ servants, ^itb regard to the p^st Parliament, lie imagined, they .were all aware of rwhatiad been done m their..dixfa...

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SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

? ^EED WfflEAT. A meeting of farmers was held at Tempiers, March 2, 1868, Mr. Baerow, Chairman of Council of Mud'a Wirra North, voted to the chair, who opened the meeting by making some remarks upon the distress of the farmers by the total failure of the crops in the neigoborhood, which distress wouldbe increased if the: Govern ment did not provide seed -wheaK As this was a meeting to initiate steps for seeking -relief,-' he would suggest thet meetings should be called at Tempiers, Freelina;, and at Stoekport. - The three meetings tobeheld«n the same ^iay and it the same tiaie,. to adopt and sign a memorial tplfiis Excellency1 ^he Acting-Govem&r, tbimI be- supported ^-y the farmers generally in a body. The: ; Ministry having' taken' a& steps, nor scarcely any aaotice of memorials and deputa tions, the fanners .were thrown upon1 the liwtfrcsource, vizLi, to appeal H» the Bepresen taUv-e of o\ir. beloved Sovere^n.Tb.6 viewa' of the ChairmaD having besn adopted, Mr. Cal...

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ARITHMETICAL QUERIES, PUZZLES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

ABITHItfEiaCAti QUB&JES, PtJZZlilES, &c. In spite of the terrific weath«r onr juvenile friends (and a few not very 'juvenile') -manage to stick pretty closely to the 'puzzles and: queries,' although, to - tell the truth, we have had some rather desperate guesses within the last day or two. But,- not to waste- space in preliminaries, we plunge in media* res at once. 'bT-W. T. CBOSBy, ARMAGH. .?.-:- ' A boy had a bag of nute, and when he counted *nem out, two by two, three by three, four by four, five by five, six; by six, seven by seven, weight by eight, nine by nine, ten by ten, : there still came an odd one, but when he counted them out eleven by eleven,. they came even. Howmany nuts had he ? . ::. - This 'bag of nuts' has proved very hard to crack, judging from the different replies sent in. Our correspondenra do not seem to haye all comprehended, what, is meant by the word 'by;' thus— two di/ two, three by three, and so on; and we would therefore take the oppor tu...

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FOR NEXT WEEK. BY W. POYNTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

Fob Next Week. ? BT W. POYNTER. Some bees had alighted upon a tree; at one flight the square root of naif of them went away ; at another, eighth-ninths of them ; two bees then remained. Sow many alighted on theiree? '?.???? . : . ; ; -by QOEEIST (Koorfnga). A said to B if you give me 10, I shaU nave as many as you. Bsaid to A if you give me cne. I shall haye ten- times as many as you. What number did each have ? ? : : ';; . ? ' '? 3bt patbick eiffe (Armagh). .: If a man sold a horse for £25, and thereby gained ' thriee times as much per cent, as the horse cost him, what is the cost price of the 'horse? -: ' ??'?? ? - , ' ' : ? ; ??'??? .-???-'? - BT GUlIEIiMUS. : . A gentleman a horse did buy, which was both .lame and poor, One guinea was the price he paid, and full five ,: ' shillings more. ???..-??? He fed him well on corn and hay, till he was strong and -sound ; ' ._ ' When meeting with a squire one day, he sold . him for five pounds, By which be lost half the prime cost, a quart...

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ANAGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 7 March 1868

; ANAGfiAM8. - The names of four ; well-known public cha racters contain the letters in the four following lines :— r : .- - -....; , . ?.-?..-.??.:..? ? ???'? ..-- ??!?:'? -. --:. A- Cub out .?-:??.':? ; ? ?? ': -?:-' ;-,. . Answer'd - . -;v .-.'?? ?:-; -,.- :. - -.V''Ssv.-..Di-Jtee ??:.??:???:.?????? ? ;??;??? :i War! Snag'- Sty I :-- : Several answers to this; and the following in rnyme, oy i_»an ii.TLpa :— . ?. .- : ; :A 'cub at large' must Boucaut be; i £?? Theman who's 'Answer'd' Andrews, While Everard is tbe Eeverend D^, . The interjections— Strang ways. - : Correct solutions also by S. Harper, Cord wainer, Gulielmus, T. Lang, O. LaurenG, Didy musj S» D. Lbngson, W. Poynter, T. X, D. T. J,, Portonian, Lammy, Delta, F. H., and S. MacCambor. ,. .. .-. ' 'We must again request our friends to send each solution or reply on a separate slip of : paper, and each separately signed.. All puzzles must be accompanied with their solutions, and. arithmetical queries worked out .in fulL An...

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