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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

A p.rp.Inlog dloeully oveioeme.- DUNflONEA ZLXKORA I. Ltb hal apulatinmdldue lo children, sfd N Ltken to aidlfl by tbem, It will'ew.. LMca Sllve est ad ll the ·mUeau io whIs eubludra E; . on, Vubjeet. For almmk mad, thkl ' wars Ski. sedlani aa proved Invavlublre"' hak' for IAUN. SIONffI UANMOBA. fall akemlaa, mlil. and 24 ",, boslre.-LanJ THE EDINBURGH GARDENS. A DOOTOR'S ,METFlOD OF PURIF.IA-. TION. :' ,." To the honour of the omedioul proe 'io r IS must be'admitted that its members are alwa'U ready to apply remedies and preventativl which most effectually redue the obiefsouffr . of their own revenues. Tb-doctors of Fiieu have Sbe promiue of one of the rieobst bsro??t. of. diiure ever reaped .from: the autheol accumulation, in the sbove galrden, o ,sJ he putrefyi r o Ib refuse of that city; ut atth idigoatuiol 'meetin.of citizens the o?eb. eveaneg Dr, Crooke, tbhe menlior medial om-is. having viitled the "garde~ ".described Ithu oondttin of "noisome filth' and advised thL - thrum t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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The Old Schoolmaster. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

The Old khoolmater. o He ia st his dbk at th close of tlle day SFoe he felt the we ellt of hit many year-. .?. 5Hi fiom wan bent and hi hair wee Iray . - nd his eye. were. dim with the Ifil1 g tear: ,s schbol in out and his tsk wndoe.e . ."'A.d th. hnue -,em, d new a ettrngeuly UtI, A t h leo rd bhem of thne rnie sun , " rElo' ellenll over the window sill. i ito.llellntly ato the twlllgnt g"cm A* And the denpeting tbol.we felol thwal I The vam.;n eene mod the vnaent r?eo, , ..Ad hbe vacant ileo it tho nid maon's hct Soer his cohol hoal be -n nilIan all lo him, S Who bad n wife, ohildren, laod, nor gold i Bet hi. from. was weaL, nte hi. eye. were dim, Lid lth fl.t wausiouel tiI-' t-ooold. *e Unbobwed hbi headl on bhi teembllg hodo * Am meetlm t On mulch bend tn pary ; Sso. olid r th.y any, nd tbh- echtol demand A wirer nd onic h. b?ad to day. . - Ton olnt I t t loul I' the men fogot. ,: " It w ks lwho wedded itll t. rder fyae ; , L,.TIlr htria war e hard, ind theyr plid not .j s MIte...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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UP IN A BALLOON. THRILLING EXPERIENCE 16.000 FEET ABOVE THE TREE TOPS. NEW YORK WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

i ; ;UP IN''A BALLOON: THRILLING EXPERIENCE 18.000 IEZT ABOVE THE TitHE TOPB. .New Youc WORLD. The "World" balloon, whioh soared into theair at Sportsman's ParkSt.Luis Friday afternoon, 17th June, journeyed fifty-ve miles through the clouds, and came down ne r Centralia, Ill., Friday night., The following official report from Professor Hasnn, Government signal offioer, and an interesting despatch from the "Worl'sa" correspondent, give the thrilling story of the trip s ?norsso0u RAU 's REPNPORST. The balloon voyage though shabort, has been eminently successful in'the cause of soience. The great difficulty in the taflation and ascession, which were hazardous to the original intention of the projectors, rather favoured the scientifi results. The necessity of expendiog ballast at the outset to clear the groond lightened enough to carry us nearly 16.000ft. high, thus giving an excel lent opporauniry for determing the tempera tare and humidity of the upper atmosphere. The temperature at s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

IR VIOT J-AN LAND COMPANY LIUITED OCose: 44 COLLINS 51RE33 NAST. Cspital, l1,000,000.' Bubetlbed, L658 000. PoId np, EIeO,C00. Reserve eoad, 470,000. DIREOCOR : Roo.M. U. DasIe Y.P. William Bowern, Eq., .1. John Moodle, eq. ' Robot log1gisEq.. J.P. INT"ERES ALLOWED on DEPOSITS: 7 per os. per annm for 8 years Payable half. 6 . 1 month/ yearly. 4 * . .. 8 - PRESUOLD PROPIRTIES' In Melbourne and ubusrb ' PURCASEID. MANSION BITES and ALLOTMEnIS For SALE In a.l the Leading Suburbs. JAMES 8. MERCER, Manager. EORGOE FETHERS. Secretar. SUPPORT OoLONIAL INDUStIRT.-Potty per oast. Is saved In bUolig PIPES fSom - . ROSEI TRAL A MER SOHAUM and SIAR PIPE YIBNUFAC. TURER, IA Colllns street eat, founh door fSom Ellnatrtb ?lteet. Pipes not esweH-maokfou oroolour. Inlg XOHANOID. Repalr ol plpes, wmloklnrllok isen aned ?omb.erta, e perdltloaly eoeouted. The beet brads of Tobaeoo and Olen. and Ul kinds of semohki artiele on stock. Ilaustlatve oaasl0eau. on demand. Pleae note the addressr:-SA Ollness t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I "drea[?] a dream [?] was not all a drears." CHAPTER X.—LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

THE GOLDEN,,HOP,. 'A RO1OANO? OF THB DREP. I 'dreat a dnra ta twas etO a dream. B· W. CNrn BUs aLr., CHAPTER X.-LATrtTUD AND LOxOITUDL. Fortesone had left word with his landlady that if beshould be out when William Stone allied, she was to keep him till he(Fortessoe) returned, and put some dinner or sopper before him as the hour might be. On the evening of the third day, following the despatch of the letter to Stone, there was a heavy snowstorm, socomplnied by a heavy gale of wind. The aorate had been attending the little village school in discbarge of some duty there, and came ploughing his way through the snow, and beating against the wind that at corners bade fare to sweep him off his lege. On his return to his lodgings at about 8 o'clock in the evening, he saw a bright light upon bie window, and on enter. log she sittingoroom found 'ruddy, blasing firain the grate, candles on the table, and an old fellow utting down a cup out of which he had swallowed the last mouthful of coffes...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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LIKE AND UNLIKE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

LIKE AND UNLIKE' Br M. E. UiADDO, i Auth?r of Lady a•dlen'i aars,' soe. CHArsa XL[I.-MAK rn rtu Brer or It. Whileady Belfleld pleaded hber son's cause with Colonel Deverell, Valenine himself wasee uged In s builnes which had very little Sodo with Helen's future bapplneebl He was trying so ind out the writerof the aInaymous warning which opened his brother'e eyese. SMae: Marrable had been his mother's huoekaeeper for nearly twenty years, and Yalontine had been her favjurite as a boy. She had indulged all bia juvenile whims, and had -kept him liberally supplied with pse. merveeand,plckles, pound cakes and Devon. ehir cream, when he w'. at tOe University. Mareable's Jams had heen a famous inetitutfoa •masot ine undergraduates who breakfasted S.:went to Mrs. Marrable's room this moraing under pretence of inquiring after a g?oom who bad been on the sick list; and them, after learning all the housekeeper had "toay about thes efficacy of her oet tOee and thei infallibility of her muttoun b...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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England's Unreadin[?] for War. (NATIONAL REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

elandas VUnrea?dtne for War. (NATIONAL RnvIWw.) According to the'lstems which prevail on the Oontinent, and are much more eaio?'o mical than ours, every detail is prepared in' peace, and the War Office whnch have worked at perfecting the orsanisation have : no more to do with the action of mobiliingu. 1, an army than a watchmaker ban .whenh. has completed a chronometer. A turn ow two of the key, and the watch goes with i?i marvellous regularity and oertainty. The whole vast military system of Germany, for' inetance, is always wound up, and needs no more than the preseure of a spriung to ot it in motion. There ie no period when the War Office is so disenlaged from all work and worry. The mobilhation of a couple od millions of soldiers is effected without trio ieon, and with |harmony and celerlty, If we cak an Englishofficia why our systemtn i nod equallyr imple, he will my one or two things, perhabps both, one after another : " We have not conscription.' or " Where is the money to co...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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PRESENTATION, TO MR. A. ALLAN, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

PRESENTATION TO MR. A. ALLAN J.P. Between fifty and sixty of the leading farmers and business people of Kyabram assembled at M'Oarten's Albion- Hotel, on Satnrday night last; for the puurpose of taking part in the ceremony of ten- dering to Mr. Andrew Allan, J.P.- one of our most energetic public men - a testimonial and presentation as a slight recognition of the many public services rendered by him to the district during the past ten or twelve years. The testimonial was couched in suitable terms, and the presentation took the form of a very handsome gold keyless hunting watch, suitably inscribed, to- gether with a massive gold albert and locket to match. The face of time watch and locket each bore the initials of the recipient, beautifully, engraved in mono- gram form, and the dome of the watch bore the following inscription :-" Pre- sented to Andrew Allan, Esq., J.P., by the people of Kyabram and surrounding district as a slight recognition of ser- vices rendered by him in connect...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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PETTICOAT INFLUENCE IN THE BALKAN STATES. (NEW YORK TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

PE1TiLOtA.1 FI'UiiNC IN' TAlE BALKAN' STATES. (s. w Troa.TIMnE.) The leading diplomats in Vienna do not hesitate to assert that fresh trouble is brewing n the Balkan Peninsutla, where Rusliadis working more actively now than for some time pass. As an indication thereof they point to the recent domestic' end political criais at Belgrade, which has just' ended in a complete victory of the! pro. Rusasian party all along the line. The means by which this resilt has been attained areso peculialy characteristic, and the :cose. quences ae certsn to be of such importance, that a few details on the eubject will certainty prove of Interest. KeGo MLArr or eavgIA. Hitherto King Milan has always been con sidered as devoted to the interests of Austria, to whose aristocracy he is closely related. M. Gareachanine, who has been Prime Minister for mady years past, soughr by every device In his power to strengthen the bonds of friendship with the Viennese Government, on whose as?dltance Servia relied ...

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THE KING OF [?]-TAMERS AT HOME. AN INTERVIEW WITH M. BIDEL. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

Ti11 KUIN(} ON1 1 tuN-TAMRISH$ S- ·-** - . AT, HOME. - ..... Mi INTERVIEW WITI M. IBIDEL. S (PA.LL ALT:L iAiWB) '. BIdetL made littlediBficulty about " gving t lspleasure of his acquaintance." French asu; as a1 rale. act like Captain Cattle on a ss1morable occasion; they impose condiS toin." 'la'answer toa note addressed to his bth as the' Neillyr fair. I received a letter from she office of the Union of Travelling Ijdastriale (L'Union des Industriels Forainse Ivngme ms the choice of visiting him at his ptvate hosie as AsniBrees, or at his zoological establishmenat at Nenilly. I wanted to see the,!celebrisy at home, and made choice of Aunihees. 'A very showy house, indeed, the Villa dees Lions, at No. 13 Rue de la Comete. in the fashionable Parisian seburb. Lions in em blem everywhere; in stone on the brick gates, and in bronze for knocker and bell. pulL The lion-tamer appears on the terrace ofhi house, and bide me walk up. I am introduced to Mdme. Bidel, a handsome woman, middle-ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

PsMlilB B ,UILDING ASO001AI?0PW OVUIGE: 64 00CLNI 303R1! MABS Bbeearlbed opital - -4 o .000 Psldup mad accrued capirlW ' 170.000 ttai Income last year -- 461,060 This se.olatloo baa paid its sha.hbolder 10 per ant. per annum for the pan Iyesras. IWZ1ft8t ALLOWED oo DPOII ' For i lmonthe. 06 per cent. per annum. F'or 8 month, 0 per ant per annum. " SAVINGO BaN BAN11S0. Depeodtor In thbi bancb will be paid 5 per oent. per anum upon their daily balaoee. ISSUl of 45 FIXLD IlaBaIL a4y 22,794 of them abraes barv now been Isued, sad when the number reacheas i.000 tbo P3LIN3I AIIMIlM of Be. per share WILeL be IAlIBID.to te. d. SheeU shsb e an be paid up a utl., or by smonthl alalmeOntI I le. plr shase. ,OEr: NIm O * ,.Pv. PmddLe, 1AMI YML*0It J.r., dNNlSe,

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

,t- AQRICULTUR&L NOTES.: The rscat lso en portatos eapplm from Tasmania to Loandon peon that wit proper ears in selecting, picking, paeri' oombaiedwlthproper odititnes to trn i. the fruit Industry of the Australian eolcalesi open to almost unlimited expanslon. A ea_ of an English Invole just oeeedld dt~ tbat in the London market scarlet pearnim?l' 1 recently sold as high i 298. srow's rgs. 27s. ; ltons pippins, at 19. ; BaiddIlAt. nonparlel, at 801. ; and hollow emow pi ns+ at 17.. 6d. per oeae, the lowest quota"i. beoing for blue pearmainr, which sold fos e. 9d. The average prikereslied for theohip.. ment (lore London charges) was 16.. 5d. pe. oes, and after douetling the freight fras Hobart to London (4s. per eeas), we have the latiefeotro y net prilo of i12. 51. per .e.se When i is remembored that apples alt t? time the shipment realised A. net rlus e d 12.s. 5d. per cae in London, this Iruit wa? only worth 6e. ier case isn obart, the importanee of the soceles of the Cond...

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THREE GREAT ENGLISH POEMS. (TIT-BITS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

THREE GREAT ENGLISH POEMS. (Tr.nTr.) " TtBites"has been to great expense to secure the opinion of the three leading English poet. on the pending fishery dispute between the United Statee and Great Britain. We always sim to give both sides a fair hearing, and hope the subjoined poems may not precipitate war : THE FISHERY DISPUTE. Br Algernon Charles winburne. Thrilled by the throb of the thought of the thinkers, Pelsing with power and pallid with pain, Drunk with the pain-draught of the demon of dlinker, ' I deluge the day with a dirge of diedaie I Flabh, fowl, flesh, folly, flamboyant and flaunting, 8bhall I weigh all my woeson the wing of a wish, And hunt where the humanised horrors are haunting, And focus my fate on the sn of a fish We hardly know what Mr. 8wiaburne is driving at, but we will answer his questionin the negative, because we think he kind of wante us to. The next poem Is : THE FISHERY QUESTION. By Lord Alfred Tennyson, Comrades, leave me here a little, victim of a wa...

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AN UNFORTUNATE UNDERSTANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

AN UNFORTUNATE UNDERSTAND. ING. " M dear," said a gentleman to his wife. " where did all those books on metronomy on the library table come from Theyare not camr." "A pleasnt little surprise for you," rec eponded the lady. " You know, you aid this morning that we ought to study astronomy, and so I weont to a book store and bought everything I could dnd on the sub. foct." It was some minutes befor he spoke. " My dear," he then said slowly. his voice busky with emotion, " I never said we must study astronomy. I said that we muet study economy."

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THE SHIRE HALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KYABRAM UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

THE SHIRE HALL. TO THUa DITdBO Or E kYABRAt UNIONJ ' ,- A the Shire Cduncil will oest foribusinea~ on Moildaej instait;, ddag there id. every. probability iheri the shirei hall. site comda on fdr dlisecdssioi; ?a lively debate will- ena?de, permit mie to sdggest eo inidmlbrs of tle touicil thb'. advisability, of adoliting, 'a resolitiorg soniethiiig after the. fout,uilg style : ,.TIhatthe. shire hall be erected on.a mtovable cairiage, to suit thlie'i?nvnience. of raitetiayers in Tatura.''. Now, sir, if this suggestion is carried out,; I belieie it would be the means .of putting alt entd to .ttie 'jealousy ,existing, be cruse Gotilbirn-street and Cseey-street' denizens; if= they, cante to ~ul itanicable arranigenteiuti; might hav6e fel- ufonthi" each of the hall in their' favorite spots: However; if the coincillotr canouat see with mIy optics, let tli?tti use couumot. sense and aiave the builing erected on the grodund where the lnto public mneet ing ununim'odoaly sudggested. -Yours, ...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. SHAKESPEARE IN THE BALLROOM. (CIVIL AND MILITARY [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

';IT AND_ HIMOUR. ?SA KESPARi IN THE 'BALL BOOM. ((avrn m rmuarr esarra) SSome time ago a writer ia one of the Bom. e. Tpere knew hat mShakespeare bot lo - Hot h rd.dl So. Bbltr Co Frther stu oS the immortal bad rsvet e t ht be ww l9Uero learned aboou the iatJ?n dJul ce hichNy ollo the polo manc. o true it ouie tnt tbe frt poet writes for all men in all uege. This iw t tShakespeare say, about a Hoi. Sea. BALL COMMIITZ5. "So many guee Invite u here e writ." -" Romeo and Juliet." SA m ure Ll Wof state a aner "Oioo Much Adod oot t, 'Nothing" SOr ' 'of -custom-Romeod ad Jutlie." Ly it na lt--fo" Merchandt I aVenict e."ur " dancing dtrippingly." What a sweep of vanity come .this way ThA mea full of sth ate dancicetheyare m u-" M heh Ado About Noihing." w eo WaL "Outr danu of custom-round about." -" Merchant of Venice." " Dance it t with gppn ood d er."." Mu-" c erchant o Venice.n. A WALL PrOWM ow " Wht seep of vat nifaityr comeswain i this way The dance-s withe your daceug-they are Ind ....

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

PruOBISHM av.an IraO IDA., FRIDAY. AUGUST' 20. 1887.. Thie bachelors' ball held on Monday evening was a decided success, owing to the energy of Mr. J. Bartlett, hon. sec., who spared neither time or expense to work the affair up. Mr. Bartlett was ably assisted in the decorating of the ball by the Misses Flanaigan, M. Reedy, and M. Sullivan. Fifty couples were present V e noticed several lovers of the light fantastio toe Tronm ltushworth and Murchison. Mr. C. Davis, from ltushworthl, acted in his usual efficient style as M.C. The catering was 'en trusted to Mr. J. Gi(b, and gave general satisfaction. We learn that the bachelors' are so well satisfied with the success of the evening's enjoyment that, before the warm weather sets in, they intend giving another social gather ing, when the benedicts will also be in vited to grace the hall with their presence. The return football match between Rushworth and Tateur came off on Saturday last, on the Tatura ground, and resulted in Tatura bei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

" Q` rnw 'rw4F HEMP & MANILLA ' 3 A fý S TWINE OF V ýtan N;.CCIAL QU4V f ý / ~4~//y/// * ~ 9 ~ ~ .LI3 ~ \ WCO\, LATEb. rCTORY JULY.1887. GOLD MEDAL & -TROPHYvALSJE',IOO, FRANCE. 'Notices. ADVANCE on WOOL, GRAIN, S.&c., STOCK, STATION PRO DUCE of all kinds. :New Zealand Loan and -Mercantile ' Agency Company; (Limited.) CAPITAL . ...,; ... 43,500,000 RESERVE FUND ... £27,000 M?ake Lilheral Cash Advances on Station S...arities, 'Ensuing Clips of Wool, Grain, &c. FOR SALE in MELBOURNE, •Or SHTPMENT to LONDON. A nction'Sales".of Wool held regularly 'ftJonughout the season. Auction Sales of Tallow, Hides, Sherpskins, Leather, &c., three times a 'week throughout the'year. Auction,Sales. of Grain, Flour, &c. theld every Wednesday. DAVID,ELDER, "Manager. I. YOUNGHUSBAND,: -Wool and Produce Manager. TMelbourne Wanl and Grain Warehouses Colline-street West. I HE COTONJATL 3UTUIAT, LITFE AS. 1. SURANCE SOCIETY (Liimited) MUTUAL L1T"IT ASSURANCE, E...

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The Smallest Cheque on Record. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

SThe malueet Cheque on iec?d. Stoeiee of "the largest cheque ever written,' whiob now and again are beard, am listened to with based breath, and no, if tbere be anytbing particularly proftable in the law of contraries. Mr. A. R. Armbruster, of Adelaide, mutt be coneidered a very forsunate individual. If he does not p?eseas the largest cheque on record he may latylr lay claim to the ownership of thbe emallet. AS a shareholder in the ill. fated Commerctal Bank of SBoth Australia Mr. Armbruaser (says the Advertiser) hua become entitled to much a dividend se the liquidators have been able to provide. and had the claims of other iovestors in the institution been only such as he hea been able to put forward, there would have been no necessity for the bank ever ti hive closed it doore The cheque, which is duly esgoed by Mr. W. L. Ware, as one of the liqimdetors, and Mr. Gordon H Caeile, es Judge's Associate, is for the magnifoent sum of one peonI. It is to be presumed that the stern neoeet...

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EXCOMMUNICATION OF FATHER M'GLYNN. (DAILY TELEGRAPH, 13TH, JULY.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

EXCOMMaUNIOATION oFrFr *1i M'GLYNN;... (oAr.gT Tscaoaru, 1w Jo.T?.) The patience of the P?uens at luet bees ehaute.d, and Father 'onota, the Ner i Yodk pilet bae bees. ormally "exommn. nicated." fefl riginal offence we alliane with Mr. Henry eorgne. That Je.tlema : indulges In a special Sodialism ohi oln. Unlike the French CommnUnite, who detest capitaliete above ianoware t Mr. Georlc launches his denunciations chioey at all mae whe own land but do not cultivate it • Proudbon eaid "Property i theft ;" mt. George narrowe the selinr into "Rent. I. robbery." It is cnaionl that this hemy . bhould buhret ot in America of all pears of. the world; bnt the United' States eeem' deetined to exemplify alawof reaction. Thei?' beet literature is a fine, not to ea o a nlesl' growth out of the midst of a new and tromU society. The Peritniesm of New ngland., sends forth odd flowers In the ludicro?n licence of ense fanatical oommunlities The.T individuality which marks Amerioane ee a. rule r. osbmer...

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