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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVAIS OF THE MAILS. DPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

DEPARTURES AND ARRIVAIS OP THE . I:.;M-., DpArcnrora-WOMÍOHAMOH. ; To Casino, '¿¿.', Tuesday, ¡it 7 a.m. . To Queensland/via Casino, Tuesday, at 7 a.m ; To Armidale, Thursday and Sunday, at G a.m. To Tabulam, Monday and Friday, at G a.m. To Sydney, by steamer, Wednesday morning. " ABBITAIB AT GBAPtoy. From Casino, Jkci, Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Queensland, via Cosino, Saturday, at 6 p.m. ?" From Armidale, Monday and Friday, ot 6 p.m. From Tabulam, Tucaday and Saturday, 6 p.m. From Sydney, by steamer, Saturday afternoon.

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DUB« ' 1NG TOE WEEK. . MR. THOMAS BAWDEN.-. At TatterMÏÏ'g Hotel ; Monday, nt eleven o'olock,- Draught and Saddlo i.-. MONCÍ, Also "tho- Thötougläred Stallion,' , "Momunà'-. . V t ' Í i- . ? A''I " -' ' _" j READINGS AT rak àpnooii OP. ÀEXS. The usual fortnightly* entertainments, pro- vided by the, committed of . the above iustitu tion, continue to provela source of great at- traction. On Friday evening last the attend- ance was good, and the readings, judging by the marks of approbation and the happy expression depicted on the. countenances of the audiohce, ware highly pleasing. Mri ~ )We " " Page read " Mrs. Gampwea Party Mr. T.'Fisher," " Drill under difficulties," and a second piece from the- Ingoldsby Legends ; and Mr. H. Maurice, '^The-Knight: and the Lady," from the same author. It was an- nounced that on Friday next it was hoped that Judgo Francis woulckgive a lecture.

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SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. [HAIGH AND BROWN] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

. SYDNEY LABOUR MARKET. ? ] ( [HAIGH AND . BROWN J THE arrival of tho 'immigrants ?por Ocean Empress has not added materially to the supply of tho market at prcsont,'; most of them having joined their friends, ïhero is a large demand for farming mon, rnoehanicj, an,d molo domostic servants, the attendance is equal lo rcquiromehts. Female Borvants of requisite ' qualificnf tions are still scarce. . The current rato of ¡wages given to workmen.., . .Per annum. . Blacksmiths and carpenters . " 60/. to 80'. ' ' .' Married farm and 'domesticI ser- vants ... ,.. ... 45'. to 60/. Grooms ... .. . ." . ." 35'-lo 40'. . Cóabhmen..r .. ,.,.-' ... 85'.to40/. Gardeners.'.. ; -; .-,... ,,,, 40/. to 60/. . Form and garden .labourers ^ ... 30/. to 85/. Survoyors' jnen|, ,'?"'.; " < .,?" 40/. to 50/. Roadmokers .,, i ',?; ," 40/. to 60/. Ploughmen and Btbokmjsh '.',: 85/. to 40/. . Shepherds..;;' V ... ' " ... 80/. to 85/. Sbephording families 55'. to 70/. , Female Servants) ". ';" 20.'. t...

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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ' 82T ADVERTISEMENTS for insertion in Tuesday's issuo must be forwarded to tito Office not later than four o'clock on Monday afternoon ; and , notices of ; withdrawal . not later than . eleven . o'clock on Saturday. %* ADVERTISEMENTS sent to be' inserted in; the EXAMINER without a specific order, os to tho number of kines, will bo continued until coun ; te^jand^d, ni^ charged for accordingly..1 ; ?' . 'N

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

.. SEAKLW POLICE COURT. ' BEEOUE Captain «lill, P.M/j an^Mr.vAi, Lardner, J.P. \ , /jp . REGINA V. TYLER. ^% charged' wita stabbing a ' coustabiej^vhile^ being escorted, on the road to gaol, ; oi; the charge of escaping from his bail, j The prisoner \vas defended by Mr. Blrker. James Carroll deposed :-ho waa ia einstä- hle iiVthe;poHce^orcê\; he appréhende^ pru soneipon'thëllth\insnint,.unaor a warrant, for ?ab^pon¿ingt from his bail, at. Barrett's Creek ; prisoner cut the ; rein of tho -, torso which he was leading him by, and inVthe attempt to secure him ho was cut with a knife ; he did not know whether the w|und was'doneihténtiohàlly'; hë did not^knoivihe waa cut until he saw'the blood on his.hand'; hé seized'the prisoner, leaping from hÍ8'Íórse at the same time dismounting prisoner \ the I cut was in the -palm'of his loft hand'; he held prisoner downl and , while in that posi- tion saw, the blood on his hand ; Mr, Betjson); wlib was ^present, assisted him .in, seenrng i the pris...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

I LATEST COMMERCIAL. ^ . * '[THOMAS BAWDEN.] '. ", ' I havé very little to report', this week, although in' business generally there appears to haye been, rather' moro "activity." . . , ? .iV.VvXi;!. : ¡ . .. iCattlc^I have liad enquiries for .otto - oiv two thousand store bulloeks/but cannot report ¡atty trons-ï octióiis'¡'/I notico 'tbatrtheroíaro large numbers: of m«çd(çattlo,for, Balo iu Queensland, where tho quota- tions aro from '£ I ' Bs.' to '. il 10s.: j ; mitch' cows aro slightlyin dom and ot £5rtb £Gi''\,"ii-,>: ? ?' : Farm Produce-The nows tyrought.by thé " Urara " has caused mnizo tb advance considerably, and indeed at present quotations if. can. hardly ba boiigHt';!'holders being inclined rather to risk the Sydney market,. them- selves, than to Bell.for cash-maize 4s. Gd tö: is. 9d. Potatoes,'in'deinand,at 10s. tb 11B.' THOMAS ¡BAWÜEN, auctioneer :and 'broker,/ lund, ? stock; and général commission agent/Rooms, Graftony' October 20th. . ' ' 'i!:; 'VVK?' . ' '

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Clarence and Richmond [?]xaminer. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

Carence nui* ^icJjKoift .' 5 i|,viunjnciv ; ! TUESDAY, ápT0BEB;21, 1862. ( ^HE old colonial párty has become defunct. '¿ lie election of Mr. HAY to the office., of Ñ peaker in the!'Assembly, has removed1 the i'Ast man from the field. The PEEMIEB, ! ' íth his usual adroitness, has accomplished h£i.enda, and by honoring his victim, has i I f loved a rival. So aa passed away an j ¿.position .which, whilompossessing talent, Y'.i.alth," and prestige, was unable to use it, 'J ; consequence of its inability, to adapt iitsuiî^o. tho.\alterod conditions pf the colony, ; j\Ve congrittaTntethe SPBAXE» upon his election"" to the scat of honour, and doubt ¡not that his conduct ;in""*th'at position will, by'its moderationjLretö iAssemblyj: which W5h¿houred , itself, by ;h¿iióuriHglúü).; Wnilo^ however', we cou-: 'gratúlate the SiiEisèn,'We jcannöt but de-, joróbate tho. KMÔv^'.br;tho>.n>çde]mte met ¡from the midst of an: Assembly/ which too ¡often is guided rather by impulse than reason. !T...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

,, SHIPPIKQ INTELLIGENCE. ' . ' ARRIVAL. .j i ; . , October 18.-Urara (s.),. 400 tons, Cap- tain ^Vîseinan, from . Sydney vlSthv and Newcastle 16th instant. Passengers-Mrs, Hamburger, Miss. Ashton, Mr. Devonald, and 9 in tho steerage. *

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

? .y IMPORTS. ? October. 13.-Urara (s.) from Sydney i -132 bags 1G1 mal a of sugar, J. M.-Souter j 60 baga rice, 6 baga ault, 1 bárrd currant*, 1 case màtohes, 1 can IIBÍIB, 2 cásea pickles,. 1 bag pearl barley, 20 bags .flour, 4 bundles sheet iron, 2 cases sundries, ' 2 cases drapery, 1 <we confectionary, 1 quarter barrel apples, 12 boxes ranrjlcip, -2 itninks, 2 cases . boots, .1 packago paper, 1, CR'kcofiee, 3 cases gin, 1 case old tom, T case whiskey, lcaionlo, G. Wil&bh';'44" bags 18.lumps rock salt, Hobcirlecn j 33 bars 10 bundles ironi. 14 axle blocks, n lrngths piping, 3 boards; 1 cose, 1 half, chest tea,. J. P, Jordon; 1 hogshead rum, 3.oases,,ono truss, 1 tierce earthenware, 2 hogshead ole, 2 baskets,'chain pagnei 2 trunks boots,1 IV Shoveller ; '20 bags flour, 10; bags rico, 2 cases pioklcs, 2boxes 1 package raisins, l ease jams, 1box lobsters,!.! caso salmon, 1 barrel coffee, 8 bags sugar, 1 box'tobacco, 2 cases old tom, 2 boxes sperm candles, 1 balo'd...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

DEPARTURE. October 15.-Grafton (a.), 240 tons, Cap » tain H.'Creer, for Sydney. '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

MARRIAGE.                 VINDIN—LLOYD—On the 17th September, at St. Mary's Church, West Maitland, by Rev. R. Chapman, Alfred Vindin, late of Grafton, to Mary Ann Lloyd, of West Maitland. DEATH.       MUNRO—On the 12th instant, at Victoria-street, Grafton, Mr. George Munro, late of the Rich-   mond River, aged 31 years.

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT, VIA MARSEILLES.] Lonodn, August 26th [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

EUROPEAN N.E^S.. ' ' : ? J H: : .?>'.:?.', ?.«_,!! . 'y ' ?.? [l'noit OUtt LONDON" ;COBBEBPONDENT, TIA ' : 'MARSEILLES.] I .1 ' - '. . London, August 26tli. IN my last letter, doubtless your readers would observe my tendency towards the Southern Confederacy, nor is my opinion at all shaken by subsequent events, feeling as sured you will quite coincide with mo when I give the details of this month's news, I cannot do better than give the financial position pf the Federals1 to start the . subject with, for the nows as we get it, is one mass of incongruities, BO jumbled up that it is next to in/possiblo to thoroughly understand the posi- tion of either side, but ono fact is fully es tablished.'V, M'Clellari is' still crammed m all round .with, the James'1 and .Chickahominy Eivers' at ^his^ack, tho Confederates being also ón the ^hefi side of'theso two Eivers. Jt is an old adage: amongst European nations, That tho : sinews of, war is money," b ut tliis accepted fact is entirely repud...

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THE ATROCITIES OF COLONEL TURCHIN. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

ri THE ATROCITIES 03? COLONEL ,. . ... v TURCHIN. V. . General Butler and Qonernl Blenker, it seems, have¡rivals in the Federal service. The tiesas-, pirânt for infamy ) is ona Turallin,' a .Gér.mán. The New York cprrespondont.of tho TIMES thus speaksof 'his doings :-- , - - ¡i \xr;.y.uii. : ' ,iTho puhlic has boen greatly scandalised during 'tile last weok hy the series of charges brought against.General Mitchell, tho astronomer.pf,Chn7 cinnatti-charges of incapacity, ferocity, arid'brui tality-involving details that are said tobo utterly unfit for publication;:: Further investigation! hos shown that tho, worst of -those charges; djd . not» appjy, to Qeneral Mitchell personally, But 'tb an, bracer under his command: for whose conduct 'he was moro or less responsible. Tho dlarges wi& doubtless form a subject for tim investigation of \ court-martial, and if substantiated, cannoti but end in the dismissal of General MitcholítóoniVhe ' service, and tho hanging- oh- a high gatto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

TI/I7R. THOMAS- BAWDÉN is hereby AUTHORISED á ottLLECT ALL DEBTSÄ*tö ^CEWE^ALL' MONEY I " \ M\- ¡iJOH,N-Í ;? .BURTON. Grafton, October 6th, 1862. ; .' M;y,-ii-:_Ji_._ Tattersall^' Tdräs; Weekly'-Horse rpHE UNDERSIGNED has much .** . pleasure in notifying that he has made arrangements for holding a REGULAR WEEKLY SALE of HOSSjES at TATTER- SALLS .'YARDS, GRAIffON ion MON- DA Yin .each" week.. The AraVdsíare being fitted-np1 with 'éveryy requittt« convenience, and tfiafirst salo will/b|_heH fin "MONDAY 27jth..pqTOBEE kplio'tlock. Entries ?will be received up to kima of salo. Good stabling (or paddocks), aild every attention *paíd¿to horses serit ,for salojini fact the wholo nrrangouiontsrwill'be conducted on the pnn cipl<£of tholeaainglHORSE i BAZAARS in' tho . colonies.. '-fl?.. BAÏWDEN, Auctioneer audt Broker, Land StôckVnd, Generali) Oom-: mission agent, Roonis, T/rmce-street.-, : -u-i-,-u_.-, Tattersall'S Horse Repository^ 1 ' 1 - '* Grafton, m HIS ESTABLISHMENT will be...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

RIOHMOND RIVER. - October 3.-Callender and "Wave of Life, from Sydney. \ « .' , -, October 5.-T^Bboderick Dhu and Helen* from Sydnoy.¿ ^. \] .. ni .-? October ß.r^Jane Sommerville, Sea Gull,: and Coraki, from;SydnW.>^ . ? ..i . . , ' . October-7.-Storm King, from Sydney.. . -October ^.-Harriett, from Brisbane. - ?:??:<?? ? ' . V ' ? » . ,; ' '. ' s * \ nprlMOBEa. ., ... , "' . OctoboK9.-:Corahierce !láüd ' Booroowang, for Sydney^ \\ \ 1,HV ' ''"^ .-----.'-"í ? ? " ' «?' We aro unableto publish'the -Grafton's' passengers or manifest, owing to her report uot'boing received; ?.?'?!'.?.-..+?. ..... The Pioneer,1'schooner, ^Captain Briggs, sailed for the Eichmond^Eiver iu ballast, on the9thinstant.i j i t-.^i THE HEIEN- S.VPAIOE.-^IIÍS vessel, an- nounced- irrour last ïssue,' Jai having arrived1 off tho'bar, inward; bound, was compelled to run for Moreton Bay. -Tho horses and- pas- sengers on board,were intended to be used in procuring eattlo-to bo driven overland to Gipps ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

NOTICE. / . AMEETING of the FREE CHURCH, .CONGREGATJON, will beheld at the Church/ Graftc/r dh JONDAY, tho 28th; at ll o*clóclf.7to IppaSot a commis- sioner to appear /t'tlT mst meeting pf of Synod, for th/ injfcrcsfs ' of the cou* gregation/' A fdUmtetin^^^ By Order of the Presbytery, ' ' DONALD SHEARER. Ulmarra, 17th October. "' . v Lawencetówii---Noticó. npHE UNDERSIGNED begs tö intimate i-ë-.Ao Ins friends and'the public generally* thaj^he lias commenced; business .as a. . :; ' GÉNÉRAL '. STÔKEKÈEPER) in* the toLtage, next Jb Mr.j^ryce's Inn. .Theîstock must at pjfse/t beyimited owing to\vantoi roora, bp ^o-«Hfdersigncd will endeavour to have on/hand such thing3 as nreiinfjst comnionlwin use, and at Buch 1ÍO.W .MICES'FbftXIASH as will astonish (throttlers n(thc vicirtjtyj)f Lawrencetown*! ^fjï, M4CINN^N,«it>of Red Bank. '"?*«. N J U S TL I C E-' J^*- : ?.(Per fahoUr of thaExaminer.) O/yo gddn, look down upon this muso, . And' listen while to you I*tell tlletruth. Onu-ovening ...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

'. ^.''k'RODUÖE' CIRCULARS. ". ' : ' : i WHOLESALE. ;, ' 'I [ANDERSO^ AND CO.'s] : Arrivals during tho past weak have been limited Business has boon pretty brisk, and the prices of some articles huve advanced. . ' ' -. ?'. Matzo is in demand and has advanced to Ss. ¡ld. to-dayj with on upward tendoncy.'. "Wheat is pretty brbk of solo'ot Gs. Cdv for host Adelaide . .,. ' ' - , ./. Hour is not quite as brisk as it WOB, but tho de- mand is fair, .i \ Hay (lucerno) is in good demand at £8 for prim .'. ? V Potatoes hnvo advanced to from £7 to £9/ ? . Wollongong Butter solis at ls. Sd. y Baconv-5d. to Od. por lb. for primo :, , , \BarloyçEnglish-Bs. to 6s. per. bushel. Witto Clapo-4s to 4s Od . . (Bran-As 4d per bushel, in demand . ' iuttor-rj s to ls 3d per lb.,1 in (lomond ' ? ' ' flJoiir-finest Town-£15 per ton ¡ ¡il lit to, ' finest Adelaido-£15 ditto: . Dato, Ano Country, £14 do. Hides, heavy-8s. to 12s. each. - Hay-Lucerne, £7 lo £8 por ton ., .'. Maizo-5s to 53 3d per bushel ' Onio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

hum* .Steam')tQí;Syaney.-) muru T >!W]ii 'imbH vJfRj¡i^-~y( ¿¡¡f/'i/v/o!'''1 «*". ' v ' ¡C(_ LR/, for SYDNEY, TOrMO/ROW (Wcdncs Expedition tO ' UueenBlaady ajid^the ^F Otvif of Carpentaria. 4 > A NUMBElt OF FARMERS _Jj ¿X- rand« SETTLERS 'being dé- sirons 'of exploring the Northern .Country, pipposëlo |çhaitci a VESSEL, with tjfcview, of. taking up, suitable portions^ the^ountry uv the. mosj;.fayourable,, loality:/ ¡Parties desirmgto .assonate j foi; i tiu^puiroose, ¡ may. be .¡uiforrnedi of the ; .planrproposfcl ; ,expenn diturë, tímei' of departure; and/projects'df the Mntendedt'Jexplorersy .'hy ¡ applying to Mr.' ¡FAMES 'FRY, Swan' Cieek, Clarence Rivei ; Mi, WILLIAM'AMOS.'Strathene, Mv JOSEPH SCRUTTON, Grafton, md Mr 'S COHEN, Uliuana 1 rtíílü^UNDERSIGNED beg« I» wibi in the public thathchns taken .thci pre- mises, ot.Mr^ .Yates, North;,Grafton/, near Carras .Creek;,: where., he, in/ends<'to..,'com mence.busmcss as SHIP AND B<*LT ¿BUttDER, and ^froni ...

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FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY OCTOBER 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 21 October 1862

FREE SELECTION. THURSDAY OCTOBER 16TH.           William Dawson, Oregon Creek, Ulmarra, 44 acres, county of Clarence, parish of Ulmarra, situate, on Oregon Creek, and bounded on the north by William   Davison's 100 acres; on tho south by a road, being allotment No 211, on the Coldstream River.     John Forsyth, Clarenza, Grafton, 95 acres, county     of Clarence, parish of Ulmarra, situate on the left bank of the Coldstream River, between tho selections made by James Connor and Johu Davison, being lots 197 and 198.           Patrick Lowe, Palmer's Island, Rocky Mouth, 40   acres, county of Clarence, parish of Taloumbi, situate on Palmer's Island, Clarence River, being No. 49 on the Government map, and situated between the Government reserve and the selection of Francis Little. A...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 28 October 1862

. LATEST JOMEROIAL. [THOMAS BAWBEN.t ' a TnEitE has boou a slight improvement in busincsy during tho past week, but tho long continued dr , weather is a great drawback to any largo transactions' Thons has been sevoral teams in during tho week, and all report sdnrcity of grass. Cuttle-Thom aro several lots offering, as well OB enquiries for fat j tho prioos''asked aro nbov.e tho ninrkot quotations'. ' ' . "Working bullocks aro in slight demand. Horses.-I havo hold tho first of my weekly sulca this day, at Tatorsall's Horse Repository, tho atten- dance was rather limited. Prices realised wero as follows : one at £5, ono at £8, ono at £!), ono nt £12, ono at fié 10s, j'thrco at £15 cooli. "Momns", was passed at £25, as also n groy maro at £17. Farm Produce.-I have had soveral enquirios'for. maize, and also potatoes ¡ tho former may bo quoted at.4s. Od. to fis., tlio latter 10s. toJ2s. Tn OMAH ' BAWDEN, auo'tioncor and brokor, land, stock, and general commission agent, Booms, Grafton, O...

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