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TAXATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

TAXATION. TO THF. EDITOR OF THE BRISB.lKi; COURIER. Sut-Sir Robeit Peel on i otu mg fi om offico m 181G, closed his speech tims "Sir,-My name ma) pcihap» be excirnledb) monopolists, who elamoui foi piotection becuu-o tiley seek 6ome benefit foi thenisclies, but I mu not with out hopo that I shall lcaic a nnine, pcihap» lemembeied with kindh feelings m Hie abode of those who e lot is to laboi mid who enin then dall) biead b) Hie sweat of then blow, and who will tat henceforth a moro abundant meal of untnxed food sweetci, because it is not leay eucd b) injustice " This injustice exists in Queensland, mid will continuo to do so while Hie people me kept m ignorance of the euls attending tho s) stem of tolled mg oin revenue bv indued taxation I thiiifon send )ou the iollowmg nitielo, which I copy fiom the 1 tnpiic Sty ei al of my fi lends bin o icad it and the) ngieo with mc that you will enlighten man) of)oui leudéis b) publishing it - "lhes)stom of mdiicct taxation is uii|iist, unequal...

Publication Title: Brisbane Courier, The
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CENTRAL POLICE COURT. Friday, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

CEXTllAL POLIOS COUJiT. FuiiuY, .Tunk 17. Bi-FOiiF the Police Alngist i nie Dili's kfvsr«s-AVilliam Rae, Hemv ra^ili and John Biown, weio catii (mid 10s foi bung ] di mik-Olivia Davidson was chin god with diunkcmiisä AVheii sin was auistid it was lou id that hilo hu 1 bioken oin ol hir legs, mid i iiicoidingly ..ho waa sml lo tho hospital at tho di ulion of Di Hobb* VAGRANCY. -John Booth was brought up on a charge of vagrancy, and was sent to gaol for three months. ]{UI -lorn Chow, a Chinaman was biought upon i inland on tin illili go ol committing n l ipo on tho person of one I li/u Hand Mi I uwlis app md loi tin j io itiiliou, lind Hi A Sullivan on billilli ot the unused ilnivi dime bung veil elim, the pu omi wus tom undid to lako his lind at Hie nc\t Gi munni | fels ions, to bo liol lui on tin 5th ot Sipdmbii Iniiph to Ali Sullivan, Mi Minali said lu would admit tin pw-omr to bud, tin uuiount to | bi li\cd bv tin Grown '.oindor ( numil M vn\ Din M uro oi nt ui \li\ou -li will bi ...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Fniü.vY Evenixo. Tue English mails wero delivered in Brisbane this evening, by tho Agnes Irving steamer. Our files of homo papers ure to tho 2(ith April ; but neus to tho 5th May has been received by telegraph to Suez. Our monthly "Summary" for England was published to-day, for despatch hy tho outgoing mail (to-morrow). Telegraphic communication with the southern colonies has been interrupted all the week, in consequence of a disastrous Hood in the northern districts of Now South AVnles. The survey and working drawings of tho Brisbane Bridgo havo been completed ; and every arrangement is now made for the im- mediate prosecution ol' tho works. Tho order for the materiel will bo sent homo by the out- going mail. Messrs. P. N. Russell and Co., engineers und founders, of Sydney, havo presented a bell to the trustees of tho Union Presbyterian Church, now in course of erection on AVicklinm Terrace. The police havo commenced a raid against vnTunt dogs which aro not regist...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

Auction Sales. ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, To bo held by . . MARTIN & DICKSON, At the City Auction Mart, during the current week, commencing each day nt 11 o'clock, SATURDAY Maize Barley Furnituro Sundries _5592 ~ AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE. THE SALE of tho TIMBER and MATERIALS of the GRAND STAND, at tho Cricket Match, is postponed rtill MON- DAY, JUNE 20, at 11 o'clock. MARTIN & DICKSON, ? r Auctioneers. City Auction Mart, , June 17, 1S04._5SO0 THIS DAY. ' .FURNITURE - J IRON BEDSTEADS, Ac, &c HXARTIN &i DICKSON w ill sell bv auction, 1>± ' at the City Auction Mart, on SATUR- DAY, June l8, at 11 o'clock, " A Valuable Assortment of Household Fur ,, nitnro, comprising Chairs . Tables Iron Bedstead«, etc., ¿te. Terms at sale._5S03 THIS DJY. 8 CASES NORTH AVILTS CHEESE 3 CASES YORK HAMS. ?»TARTIX & DICKSON" will sell by auction, JxL at the City Auction Mart, on SATUR- DAY, June l8, at 11 o'clock, 8 Cases North WUls Cheese 2 ditto Prime York Hams. A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

EMIGRATION CIRCULAR. IT is o good thing to oven contémplelo coming to Queensland, but all tho advantages eau ouiv bo found out by actually coming. There ¡s ntnplo room and verge forovorybody ¡ for the Capitalist, who can invest snfoly nt ten per ce'nt.; and also for him who has very little money just now, but yvould Uko to have a fair chance of carniug some. Indeed, it is hard to Eny whq'r.J likely to faro the better in Queens- land of tlio two above-named classes of indivi- duals ; wo inclino to givo the preference to tho 0ae without a plethoric amount of capital to begin willi, provided thnt tho members of it ckwy understand that they will havo to work for all they get. WILLIAM & BENJAMIN BROOKES, Wholesale & Retail Ironmongers, Eliza- beth-street, Brisbane, began business in 185S, in the belief that Queensland was to become a prosperous and enterprising colony. They havo always candidly confessed a profound faith in population. They bcliovo in abundance of custome...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

NOTICE TAAIEs CAAIPri' I L Pía tsicek Lnrs and O Cement "*! teljc-t ce Ac de has for e ater cumeinui e to htm elf nil custo m KFAtOAED to lu» "SLAV 1 Rj-.leIsE& in Crick strict e - the Jra>s.et AVharf whei- he will oe m a po it r to supt lv ad de uaud» wth s-vi h 1< 7 IEL I Vii. riEX rEWELLl BRuXtlERS v CO JEWELLErfe AV-VfCHAtAKER^ A>D OPilUAJSb, Ei.3PFCTriji,I t inform the Public tint thev i ow iar-v on busui s m char old o'19 ^tnAPLEs, y HOT m utt-rmi.. thuk to KJ the pu 'i lor t le uppoit th«v 1m give i lu i du 113 th» pat four vc I lovto i irei-T them h he i will «up¡ li 1 vvih a Miv o ilsc^o' iUu' o ^»DDkiTI an 1 tru t'i t b put, lual nt uitiot o orí r vv ill nilli ni 1 rate e her j h i lav ion tmee to me t nt hieo'th i-'avoist t he h , huh r o c ij ve ' -OH >1 LCa Y. il i fE biddle Q" i ire Bii'bane obl9 | TO BPElDLIvS, Or Bl 000 STOCK. VND OTH"P^ I TTKTR s VL1 t' FureP el -»ribYT VT T IO > j J} AÍVIIO 111 nov oimw-t litt i U I Hor l>"u lar wj...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

NEW SOUTH ÁTALES. Bt the Atri s Irvms steamer we ' a»-e r«o *- 1 files fro-n s\ dnev to th" 111 n nt A\ e take f-on them th» Wb vin j itei. of new - D*J.TH0îAYvLL»utLvr.»i0w r o wreny ivDiTOB Gene^vi_Of rikr nul oo rve m our obnuirv li t of !esf -diy the ni n» o' AV2Lam Li h«»o v E q form Iv \udito- G l. ral o Hu co'on in i who i vpm. I a* 1 u re dence St L onard Io "e S Lcoiard "North Shore oi Sa'ur» iv ' a the ai'vaited ice of cichty veir The uecea-ed giLtlnan fo i number of uir otupi d i "a he» projci i nt po it o-i lu a coveriimin' oüi - of high s ml ni? u our eon mu itv Tre <". le' hero 'ron th» Alaiu-i ni in the capa» ty of L i i \* Coi ui irv General of Ac».o mt m 1 r» I i Pri! i'e 5ei-tirv to Co\en,oi iu T! om a Bri bini'fo-'is'io tnieoiterthpdeeess"cf Ari|or Oveu m l8- Heil appi" I t-.^ »or of Co'ott J 4. o»m m 1S24 or lb1»» -i 1 acted as Private 'e r»tf! toGoicrt i-Dr'm: nd ii rk to the Ixcutivo Conn il m He ib e ic" of Colonel Dum re^i 11 lb27 Kew iiicr.b-Tot t...

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CLERMONT. (From the Special Reporter of tho Bulletin.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

/k CLERMONT. (From tho Special Reporter of tho Bulletin.) liisiMss men, following upon und followed b) their luden waggons, keep pouring into Glciinont Among the moro recont nrnvuls aro Air Hutmill s tennis, by wuv ol Bioadsound, undei the conduct of Alt G Guille, (ol this ronlo moro nnon) M Gicgoi s drms aro also up, and iniiia host of the Ulster Anus reached tho town himself on featuiday , bo that, although nuning mallei s continuo somewhat stngunul for wunt of lum, wo aro fal fiom linking olliet ex utement Prospectors from tho N AV cotinli! aro coming in, unable to continuo thor rcscuiches m that quarter on titeount of water foiling This drawback, hoivc!cr, is not ncail) so much felt )ct out S AV towmds Iho Bel)undo, and it is in tho luttci diieetion that speculation tit present secniB to point us the most piobubloono for coming opctniions Repoitsof anothei rush on Missis Dons and Co'» um aro just now cur rent, but I lune hoaul nothing sufficient!) definite to moko it woith moro ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. JUNE 17.—Agnes Irving, steamer, 700 tons, Captain C. Wiseman, from Sydney the 15th instant. Passengers—Mrs. Orange, Messrs. Smith, W. Morton, and 1 in the steerage.     June 17.—Clarence, steamer, 500 tons, Cap- tain W. Cottier, from Rockhampton. Passen- gers—Mrs. Longmore, Messrs. M'Cartney, E. M. Geary, Hutton, J. Baird, Vickers, D. Baillie, A. Pollock, Duffy, C. Green, J. Stallwell, J. Foran, Webster, and 41 in the steerage. CLEARANCES. June 17.-Yarra Yarra, steamer, 650 tons, Captain W. Milman, for Sydney. Passengers —Miss Maxwell, Mr. W. Perry, and several in the steerage. June 17.—Wallaby, schooner, 78 tons, Cap- tain W. Pratt, for the Richmond River, in bal- last. IMPORTS.   Agnes Irving, from Sydney : 10 cases, 1 cask   shoes, 2 packages, Bell and Love ; 1 box clothes pegs, 2 kegs nails, 1 bundle washboards, 1 case axe handles, 1 bundle forks, 1 package, W. Keith ; 2 packages, T. Grenier ; 1 truss, Thomp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

STEAMER NOWRA. «SivS. IT^HE abovo Steamer, which posscssc flflíví' J- superior accommodation, will hi o»s*- availablo for pic-nio or pleasure par fies ,- or, can bo engaged for toning vessels a «11 times when duo notico is given. J. & a. HARRIS, 5091_Agents. Tkjeensland STEAM NAVIGATION * COMPANY. «fok HPHE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS J&PC J- IíAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK- HAMPTON, on TUESDAY, Juno 21, at 8 P'5S JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. STEAM TO SYDNEY. - Tho AGNES IRVING, on SUNDAY, Juno 19, at 6-30 a.m. Tor ROCKHAMPTON DIRECT. - The CLARENCE, TUESDAY, Juno 21, at 0 p.m.-No advance in rates. TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, This Day, SATURDAY, Juno IS, at 7 a.m. The IPSWICH, MONDAY, June 20, at 9 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, TUESDAY, Juno 21, at 9 a.m. The IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, June 22, at 10 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, THURSDAY, Juno 23, at 10 a.m. Tho IPSWICH, FRIDAY, Juno 21, al 11-30 a.m. Tlie BRISBANE, SATURDAY, Juno 25, ot 11-30...

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TOOWOOMBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

TOOWOOMBA. (moil oun ovvs connisrosnrsi) Tnr oxiitimcut illative lo tho rieitouil Bill isdailv mci easing, and a requisition is now m couiso of signntuie, mid is being hugely signed, loques mg tho Mavoi of toowoomba to convine a public meeiing on Saliudnv next, to protc-1 against the mcnsuie 'Hie pioplo of Di ayton me also lo lune a meeting on the sanie siibjut on Mondnv next An awful instanco of sudden denth oicuind | hen on Alomlav last Ah Robert AVondirly, biotha of Mi Joseph AVonderlv, was dilling a hoi st and di ay on Mondjv ufteruoon, mid when mai the lisidtnco of Ali Iicinv 1 kogo ho was sein to fall foi waul and ho motionless on the giounil Assistante was at once piociucd and medical aid profund but without avail as duitli was insluntunious mid w us pi odin ed bv tin luplini ol ono of tin mum intuits of Hil lunrt Hu di linked was but a voting lnnu, mid no ono believed lio lind tilo iilsididu§ disenso which carried him off so suddenly. Ho iViis a genial companion, and in comp...

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The Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JUNE IS, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

®Öe Courier* PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, JUXJ1 IS, 1S61. Her Majesty's Ministers in Queensland, by levying and collecting an export duty ou gold without the sanction of Parliament, have violated the privileges of the As- sembly and the constitutional rights of the people. À proposition submitted in this form on the re-assembling of the Legisla- ture, coultl hardly fail of powerful support,, supposing that a majority in the Assembly retains a duo regard for trusts reposed. It would be exceedingly gratifying if the Government would alford us a fair oppor- tunity of abstaining, even for a brief period, from adverse criticism upon its acts ; but the fact is that, with the strongest desire to facilitate the action of this or any oilier Administration for good, we are constantly, forced into opposition. In our issue of AVedncsday last we stated that the Customs' Department had taken steps to prevent the exportation of gold from this colony without the payment of duty. Of course the Collect...

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ENGLISH NEWS. FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT. APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

ENGLISH NEWS. I FROH OUR LONDON COKRESPOXDEN'T. Afiul 20. Tue arrival, the reception, and the departure of General Garibaldi have been the all-en- grossing theme of Hie month. On Sunday three weeks he lauded from the P. and 0. Co.'s steamer Ripon, at Southampton, with his two sons, Menotti aud Riciotti, and a small suite. For n night ho was the guest of the AInyor and the people of Southampton, who gave bim an enthusiastic welcome-a fitting prelude to that which was to come. He then stayed at the house of Mr. Seely, M.P., in the Isle of AVight, until the following Monday, to recover from the fatigue of the voyage. His main object in coining to England was, as he stated, to thank in person the people of England for the sympathy they had shown, and tho assistance they had given, to the cause of Italy. During his stay at tho Isle of AVight addresses of invitation from all the principal towns of England and Scotland poured in upon hiin, and he accepted nearly all of them. He was visited...

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THE WARREN HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

THE WARREN HASTINGS. This vessel arrived in Brisbane Roads at 4.30         pm on Thursday last, and was visited by the health officer, Dr Hobbs, yesterday. She left   Southampton on the 23rd of February last, with     251 government immigrants, and had a very pleasant       voyage, no sickness or casualties of any     kind having occurred. Only one death took     place - namely, that of a girl of one year old named Anne Young, who died on the 11th   March. Dr. Hobbs having found everybody     on board in good health passed the ship, and the immigrants will be brought up to town on Monday next.

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ROCKHAMPTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 14,1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 18 June 1864

KOCKILYAIPTON. (fiiom ouït ovvs connisrosmsr) Juno 11 18G4 Pin postmustei liming unnouniid the mail per Glin erne to close to night, 1 intended foi winding mv pucket bv her, but as the Boonie nmg nu iv iel lust night ni tho I ight milo Hat, the Claiemo is liktly to bi emploved lightering lo din and I tbcufoio sind vou u few ltuns by the Queensland which will be supplemented by     any thing of importance that may octur before the Clarence leaves.   J ho sensation of (he tluv is tho captino of nnothu of the csivpis fiom llio town gaol and not Hie ltust sin0uhii fi ..tun is (hi fnet Unit tin niiin vin« tukul lut niimv hundred v ni els fiom llie binn of his foinici enptivitv After inliu,. lound the ce in'i-v on n stolui hoi se for Some four or five weoks, and in that timo going IHrbugU Ymnubd, A\rcslivood, Princhester, Marl- borough, arid Bdiiniiu, Mr'.AVobslcr (for such is tlio worthy's name) vcntilrc'ct buck lo leck- hampton-put up at Mrs. Tregi...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864

NEW SOUTH AVALES. I !' B\ the Teliginph steainei which al lived at the whaif last evening wo have received liles from Svdnev to the 17th mslant AVe tnko norn tho Mmjnie the follow nu items of ncn» - Inr Twons on mr IIümkii-TtnoirrrD Lo s oi Lin -llio intelligence recciied from the Huntervesterdnv evening Ihe 10th instant bv the AIoipethslLiimci, con iv .hoincliincholv mfoi tuition of tho loss of «i\ lives nt West Alaitland tlirougli tho feaiful hoods which have prevailed theie Oui mfoimillion is mipeifect from telegraphic communication beingsuspi nded It appears tiom theicpoit wo lure lcctirtd that on Tuesday night two houses in Huh slicet AArcst Maitland, neal tho lesuleneeof Ali Mullens sohcitoi weio wa«hitl aw iv their occupant« it 13 said consisted of a father mother, and two childi en besides an el lerlv vi oman and bel child supposed to bo nial ives of the foi mer Theeddving vvnteis earned the bo lies down into tho creek 111 consequence of which but foin of them had been recov...

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OX&ERVATIONS Tur following labio ol (lit initeoiologicil ob scriations lukin at the J hctiic 1 eligí nph Oflice Brisbane during the month of Alni lbGt linio beeu couitcouslj sent to us foi publication - Vaxmum Vtmmi m Van 10J02 111(11 2S016 Baromutcr J « " ?col) |]¡> (corr col) Aj^ S5 «îï ¿M f9,.r (0|.l 0 045 20 8 I JOS" 721 Tbermorrot r (s!i ide) !l)n j pm 814 -107 an 9pm 04J 48 ¿20 ii" III m 5Î 0 i ill «SO 867 402 * "('K.Í*'' rm0m*l*r} 82 9 74 0 C6 4 Mini i um Ditto (sim IO C9 4 53 0 44 9 Maximum Sun (Hier t 090 8C 4 74 3 moincieri J llinlmum Gras» (dit hi) 023 59 0 40 7 Tho mean height of bnromotei during tho month was nbovo tho usunl aioin^o Tht maximum height occmrcd on tho morning of tho doth ultimo when the grcntestr obscmd rtading «as 30JG2 The lnininnun leading during the month was 28 915 Hie mian tem peraturo of tho month «as C3 9 Hie guatist clastic foi ce or tension of lapoi in tho atino sphere «as 814 on tho 12th ultimo, and the lowest 219, on ...

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ANTIPODAL HYGIENICS (From the Lancet, March 5.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864

ANTIPODAL HYGIENICS (From tho Lancet, Milich 5 ) O un Australasian colonies probably possoss tho finest climates in the world. 'Tiley are too fur removed from tho antarctic regions lo sillier au excessivo winter, and the vast oxpanso of water which surrounds thom so mollifies llio heat of suinmor that a range of temperature al' I inies exceeding thal of India does nob pr'oslrato cither tho physical or mental power. ' Dr. Dongau Bird, in his charming book on tho eliíuutie conditions'of Australia and Now Zea- land, describes ¡ho health-status ol', the popula- tion ol' the different colonies in terms which may well oxqito sighs of envy and desiro amongst valetudinarians in'tho " old country," and more particularly amongst the tuberculous, in whose behalf the work was chiefly written.* Looking far into the future, Dr. Bird, indeed, regards (he preventive or Controlling agency of tho Australasian climates in consumption as n question of no little importance lo tho European political econ...

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EXPORTS FROM LONDON TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864

EXPORTS FROM LONDON TO QUEENS- LAND. Additional entries per Legion of Honor: Ale and beer, in gluss, 100 barrels ; blankets, .C7 ; books, JC12 ; carpets and rugs, ¿15 ; drugs and chemicals, £00 ; earthenware, £80 ; glass and glassware, .C03 ; hardware and ironmongery, £1082;' leather, wrought, £8t ; linens, £23 ; galvanised iron, 3 tons ; nails, G tons i ma- chinery, £270; oilmen's stoves, £57; paper, 600 lbs. ; pianos and musical instruments, £12G; saddlery, £100 ; shirts, £157 ; soap, l8 owl. ; toys and fancy goods,'£Q7 ; tobacco pipes, 500 gross. '

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DAIRY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 20 June 1864

MEMOK.O'DA TILL SKXr I'CM.IOITIO.V. June, 1804. MonJ.iy, j Hhci' | G 5J .Sets Hliili Waleroi! Ilir Muru. After 20 5 II IO U 10 20 Mon* 'nil, .Tau p 20. (ii,, flm. n m.

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