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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

A serious explosion took place at the railway works on the Homebush-Waratah line. The sparks from the fire flew- into a cask of powder which exploded. Three men wore thrown violently tq.the grcsincl, and two of thera were severely, injured, A man named James Anderson, working at a quarry at Pyrmoni,.was. loading ptone when a piece of rock fell from the top of the quarry, a distance of thirty feet. It struck him on the head, and the un fortunate man died before his admission to tlie.in-.. firmary. Our prize story, " Ethel Garland," is con tinued in to-day's paper. Personswishing to read Ihoprevious.portion of the tale may obtain papers containing the same at oar office. What fools theso mortals be" (Midsim mer Night's Dream).—Folly is not only fool ish but short-sighted, and in the acme of its thoughtlessness essays what it knows must recoil on itself. How weak and ab surd is the attempt of the petty, paltry ven dors to endeavour to foist upon the public the miserable preparations of...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

PRIZE STORY for FREE PRESS. \\TlTH a view of promoting nnd cncourngmg Ty literature in the district, and from a desire to improve our journal by the publication of original articles, we have decided to offer u prize of two guineas for the best original Australian Christmas story for publication in tlie Uowini Free Press, to commence on Saturday, 20th December. Competi tors will please observe tbe following rules:— 1. Tbe tale must not exceed in length twelve ordi nary newspaper columns, and must be written only on one side of tbe paper, 2. All contributions to bccome the property of the proprietors. 3. Tbo proprietors reserve the right to publish tho Beoond best story on payment to tbe writer of half a guinea. 4. Competitors must forward their contributions to the undersigned not later that December 10. Tho first instalment of tho prize story to appear in free Press of Saturday, 20tb December. W. $ D, L, BEER, Proprietors, . Free Press Office, October 29,1884,

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Late Robbery at the Commercial Bank, Bowral. RECOVERY OF THE STOLEN PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

The Late Robbery at the Commercial Bank, Bowral. BKCOYKRY 01' THE Stomin P-KOrEpTY, It will bo remembered that soitio time during the nifijit pi Thursday, 23rd Ultimo, tlio premises of the Commercial Bunk, Bowral, were burglariously en tered and silver plate," the property of the manager, Mr, A, S, Ijoathes, to the value of over £50, was stolen. Wo aro pleaspd to state tliat the mystery has been solved tjo far as the reoovory of tlip utojon property js ooneernod j although pq nrrests hflvc yet been made of the perpetrators of tlio robbery. The discovery of the stolen articles was made in a peculiar manner. It npnofirs that My? SI. Os borne has recently had aoilie fencing erected on his estate about a mile from Bowrol, AYliile examining the work last Saturday it was observed that Q_no of tho corner posts' was not quite upright and instruc tions were given for it to. be put in the ground deeper. This o/ia of the workmen proceeded to do and, much to his astonishment, after removing a f...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1884. MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

®j)c mural Jfrcc |jrcss. Do as adversaries do in law, Strive mightily, hit eat and drink as friends. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1884. ■MITTAGOIfG POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November }1. Before Messrs. H. Chilcls and A. Qifqrd,. Js.P. Patrick Dillon, for being drunk and dis ordely ou the Mittagong railway station, whs tiued 40s. or 14 days in jail; and for using obscene language the same defendant' was fined <10s. or one month in jail. The fines were not paid.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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RAILWAY RETURNS FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

RAILWAY RETURNS FOR OCTOBER. Bundanoon*.—Inwards: Goods, 08 tons IS cwt. 2 qrs.; parcels, 205. Outwards: Passengers, 408; goods 67 tons 8 qrs.; par cols, 181.—E. Milne. Colo Vale.—Inwards: Goods, 25 tons 18 cwt. 2qrs.; dogs, 1; parcels, 22. Out wards : Passengers, 154; goods, 101 tons 8cwt. Sqrs.; horses, 1; parcels, 154.—W. J, Donnan, • Marulnn.—Inwards: Horses, 2 ! dogs, 5 ; parcels, 88; pigs, 12 ; goods, 121 tons 1 qr. Outwards : passengers, 850 ; horses, 18 ; carriages, 1 ; dogs, 8 ; parcels, 119 ; cattlo, 8; calvos, G; goods, 492 tons lqr.—A. Moodie. Bowral.—Inwards: Goods, 8G0 tons 10 cwt; cattle, 15; horses, 21; dogs, 2; par cels, 466.—-Outwards: Passengers, 658; goods, 81 tons 4c\vt.; Cattle, 25 ; pigs, 115 ; horses, 4 ; carringos, 1; dogs, 5; parcels, 226.—C. Bonnet. Mittagoug.—Inwavds ; Goods, 841 tons Sqrs.; cattlo, 47 ; sheep, 115; horses, 8; carriages, 1; dogs, 4; parcels, 710. Outwards: Passengers; 875; goods, 1278 tons 18cwt. 8qrs,; calves, 71; horses, 2; carriages, 2...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Friday, November 14. Before Messrs. Childs and Girard. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

Friday, November 14, Before Messrs. Childs and Girard. William Webb and John llyiui were charged with maliciously damaging a tout and certain goods therein the property of Edward Iiines, of Moss Vale. After hearing the evidence of seyeralwit nesses, the bench dismissed the case, Patrick Rogerst alias Patrick Mahcr, was charged ou warrant, arrested by Constables Waters and Rogers, with having on tho 9th July last at Pnrramatta assaulted Constable Board. John Ryan, alias Robert Craig, was like wise charged with a similar offence. : Pris oner was arrested by Constable Waters at Mittagong. •, The bench remanded both prisoners to Pamimatta. ^ ^

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Sydney Homing Pigeon Society. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

Sydney Homing Pigeon Socicty. On Wednesday last 20 bivds belonging to members of the above-named society, flew a raca.from Moss Yale, Originally considerably, more than 30 birds were entered, and were dispatched to be liberated on Saturday week last,; but in consequence of the very unfavourable state of the weather had to be returned. On this occasion the birds were consigned to the stationmastQr, and-he liberated: them simultaneously at 9.50' a.m. The general opinion was that a con siderably longer period would elaspo than usual hfifcj'e. any. of the. birds would bo seen at homo, as it appeared muggy and thick; but. those who ventured an opinion were somewhat at fault, as the first bird hpmq only occupied 86 minutes, and the lot had ar rived within 110 minutes, which might be considered a creditable performance. The result is. as follows: —Mr. J. Wright's Logan No. >1, 1850 yards per minute, 1; Mr. W. M'Millan's Monro, 1262 yards per.minute, 2 ; Mr. H. Taylor's Swift, aud Mr. H....

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CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

ClIRarXT EVENTS. Sir. Stuart's health continues to improvo. 40,289 persons arrested by tho Paris police last year. Old Oriental Bank creditors will probably obtain 19s. in tho £. An agitation for separation is going on in Nor thern Quoensland. Potatoes at Moreo, 15s. per owt.: bread, 5d. por loaf; milk and buttor scarcely known. Mr. G. Campbell, M.Tj.A. for Carcoar, addressed a meeting of electors at Cosvra last Saturday. Noarly £500 wore realised- by a bazaar at Par ramatta last week in aid of tliu Woshiyan Ohureh. A disastrous lire occurrcd in Adelaido last Satur day. The damage is estimate,1 at nearly £80,000. Parliament rc-assemblos to-day for a short session. Tho financial statement will probably bo niada to morrow. J. Hqlfe, the champion bic.yolist of Australia, rodo 100 miles on Saturday last in Sydney in 0 hours 8 ;{■ minutes. Clifford has decided to take up his quarters on tho river on tho 1st December, and Willia^u Bench on ' January 1st. 8000 tqna of lucerne hay, at a eas...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Monday Nov. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

Monday Noy. 17. Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and H. Childs, J.P. Jobn Mealing v. James Lonadale. Plaintiff claimed 8s, 9M, for goods supplied. Defendant handed in a set-off for 4>9. 'Is,, less £2, received on account. Plaintiff repudiated the indebtedness of £7 4s., claimed by defendant; a Mr. J. R. Ronsley has a contract for plaintiff, and he (plaintiff) paid defendant the sum of £9 on account of Ronsley; the con'met was let to Ronsley, and plaintiff-knew nothing. what-, ever of defendant iu the transaction. For the defence, Lonsdale deposed that ho was employed by Ronsley, but that he continued to work at plaintiff's contract, after reciving the £2 from plaintiff, on the assurance that plaintiff would see that he (witness) received his wages.. Verdict for plaintiff for fuil amount with 7s. 6d. costs of court. Alexander Q'N,eill,, arrested on warrant by Senior-sergeant Latimer, was charged with assaulting John Henry Gilman, at Leichardt, Sydney, Defendant waB re manded t...

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Accident to Mr. H. O. Rotton. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

Accident, to Ms*. II. ©. Rottoii. On Monday morning Inst Mr. II. 0. RoWon met with a somewluit 'wrlpsvi,n&qitleui whilstdriving io Mit tapong on a suily j and his escape from being killed iq describe:! by qeveral onlookers as having been marvelous.'' It appears that when lie'hod just Pliased tbo Joadja tram line tho horse ho was driving became restless and unmanageable and bolted down the hill, kicking up as it went along. The fopt-resfc ' was k'icJrcd to pieces, and Mr. Eotton lost all power over the animal. When just opposite Mr. Argent's residence, the horso f$U and, tlie.sulky, capsized, Mr. Eotton being thrown, put with great force. Fortu-' , nately he only sustained a severe.Vims'of bruises on one of 'His logs, below, th$ knee, arid; was partially stunned, in ifye.fall. '"'Tb.o.sulky was'damaged con siderably; and tho horse broke its shoulder whiqh necessitated ito being destroyed. Mr. Eotton was subsiiuently i'emoved home to Bowral in ono of the milk carts rotnrning f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

i "XT^'A.NTEp, a Smart LAD to malco himself gene f YV rally useful. Apply W. Piggotji, Produce Merchant, Bowral. ' ' ' W ,.,/ASTE PAPER, Gibs. Joy 1b.; office of this •v 'paper. " " '' ^0 BUILDERS, TENDERS' are. invited for the Erection and'Com-: , pletion of a VJMA n&SlpJiNCE nt Bowral. . 11-8, works may be tendered for as follows:.— 1. Exciivalipp, drainage, masonry, and brickwork, ! 2. Carpqnterfi5 ftjiil 'jojn$rs'- %>$. iind finishing .trades.. • ' • 3. Tho, whole of-the wo)'l(S in one- sum.. Plans and specifications may. bo seen, upon, appjt, . or.t-ion'ftt the Ofliccs of-the" Architects, to whom tondofs are to. be.dolivered op or before. AYEpNE$.^ DAY, 26th November. ' ' '\ ''MANSFIELD BROTHERS) Architects, 403; , "" i'&l Pitt-street,, Sidney. A, Selcct Quadrille, Pari^ r be held on SATURDAY EVENING, thfj 22nd November, 1884, iii," STONE B.yiLD.-, ING (jpposito Fitzroy Iron Mines,' MITTAGONG,. (Under the auppices o% the. MHtagong Brass Band), In aid'of a Cha...

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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES., Debating society to-morrow evening. Fikst part of- the Bowral bank robbery mystery lias solved,. . Read Mr. Moffit's advertisement of Mr. R. Bridges sale of cattle at Bowral on Fri day next. Our prize competition eolumn will in future appear in, Saturdays' issue instead of Wednesday's, Gat-braith played a fine. innings for 40 runs last Saturday in the mfttqli Bowral v. Upper Mittagong. THB-Joadjaorioketers did not turn up last Saturday, and the match with con sequently foil through. Fine spring-like weather has prevailed during the past oouple of weeks. Grass and green fodder are abundant. " Musicale" writes suggesting the forma tion of a choral society in Bowral to prac-. tise for the opening of- the new school of arts. The cricket match, Bowral v. Upper Mittagong, last Saturday was. decided by the first innings, Bowral won by forty-four runs. We learn that after paying all expenses . the proceeds of the Church of England bazaar at Mittagong last week amount to ab...

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DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER IV. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

DAISY LATIMER; Oil, Foil IjOVIC Oil WkAIiTII.* chapter iv. (continued.) " Op courso I shall not mention it to her at prosont, it would not bo right, but I intend to nmlro Iiql' my wi 1"q ; nud tho soonp'r alio is bound by an engagement tho hotter, bo-: causo all tho man in tlio country \yillb.o anxv ions to aocuro sudi a prizo." : " " A prizo, iiulcol !" ocliood Lady Mon tague, clasping hor jewelled fingors with restloss: pain. .. Ho'lookodat hor as if sur prised. _ i v. A.ro you not pleased,-Mn<rcia ? You will J soon bo rolioved of the burden of chapor onago." " Can you suppose I am; pleased. to boar of tho ruin of nil my happiness ?" shocriod wildly,. struggling to ropross her paRsioflato tonrs. " Oil, Philip, you are cruel !w "la it possjblo that you : love me ? " he askod amnzod. I am not worthy of your lovo, Marcia," throwing himself on his lcncoH beside her; bestow it on some ' better man. Come, look up and amjle." i '.' You aro cruol, cruol V1, sho ropeatcd, twisti...

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The Baby's Name. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

The Italiy's Name. Jn d.iaroli from A to Y tlioy pussod—r And*" Marfiuorittv'' uIiobo lit last— But thought it Bounded fnr from sweet; To'call ilio' Imby." Mnrgucrito." - When Rraiulmn nawlho little pot, : ■ Klio calloci hoi' "darling Miu'^urot." NextUiiolo ,Tnek iiiul Cousin Anuifi iScmt otip mid spoon to " little Millie," And grnndpa}>n the riyht nnist bog To oixll the lassio " bonnio Mog." ■ ' , . From " MiirgucfUa " down to Meg I" Andno^v phu'a simply " Jittlu 1'cg."

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(OUR PRIZE STORY.) ETHEL GARLAND; OR, UNDYING LOVE. (WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS.) CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

(Olflt 1'IMZH STORY.) • rHEIL) OAKLAND; oh, Undying Love. ]\ v A b a Q\ 0 l i) $ r y. (\YiUTmv;Bxi'JtisssLY roil tjik Bo'wiiatj FkeePiusss.) OLIAL'teu IV, Tub unexpected arrival at 1'Uhel Cottage- belwoon oloven and InypIyg o'clock oil tho evening" roforrud^ to (it tho glciB(Vof the last chapter'was nono othor than lloracp Mild may. Ho had transacted his business at Cambridge in considerably loss tjina Mian ho had ■ {inli'cijiatcd wlion writing to Ktholnml consequently roaehed London nt loast twelve hours earlier than ho expected. Ho know thoro was plenty of room for him ii(. Eth'ol Cottage, and that both Kthol and hor ino'lhnr. \rould liavo boon angry had ho gone to an hotel to Btuy tlmt night instead oF going direct to his mint's; for Mrs. llarlaiid was Horace Mildniay's iumt, and Etl\el had long been proud to speak of liur ponsm as ".dear old Jiorrio," either when address ing himsolf; in her letters to him ; or wlion in con versation villi lier friunds at homo. 1 Loraco Mildmay, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 19 November 1884

% HJcrqr (Ifljnstimts iwfc ix Ijmpjr ITcfo fta to nil J.L.CAMPBELL, IN returning thanks to tbo Inhabitants ol DOWllAL and District, bogs to inform them that bo lias Opened A fashionable Boot & Shoe Emporium. And,ban muoli plcnsuro in submitting for inspection a, Choice and Specially Selected Stoelo of Boots and Shoes. All tbo LATEST STYLES of Ladies', Gents', and. Children's Boots and Shoes kept in stock. Every convenience and comfort for Ladies. GRAND SH.OW THIS WE.EK, SEE MY ;GOODSi compare prices,'and then judge for yoursolvcs. ALL NEW GOODS. A REDUCTION ALL ROUND FOR CASH. As I buy for cash in largo quantities, I am able to sell, not merely a few lending lines as a bait, but'overy i (iriiolo in tlio trade, AT A CLEAR SAVING- of from two to three shilling* in the jC. Then why pay for your neighbours' bad debts, when you can savo 15 per cent, by purchasing FOll CASII ut.J, L. CAMPBELL'S?. I liaye always on hand a good supply of Grocorics of tbo very best brands only Househ...

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

;MlTTAGOKi«v (FllOM OUÎt OWN CoimEHrONDlîNT.) Tíik proceedings of tlio luto bazaar amonnt orl to, 1 believe, after paying all exponses, £85. ' A' rather. novel arrangement lias boon mado in tlio improvement of the..minorai springs, situated ou tlio crown of tlio ,iron stone Ii ill opposito tlio Pitzroy Iron Minos. Originally there wore three' wells which ' through neglect woro allowed to .fill up. Tlio sub-manngor, Mi\ E-. Gr. Larkins, a.;ting under instructions from the company, has boon at work about two weolts. Tlie wells liavo been filled up with tlio oxcepfimi of one littlo spring. Thero is a nico litllo yard surrounded with a noat picket fence, with a little rovorsablo gate for an entrance. Tlio j'ard is nicely paved with, stone, and a littlo half-inch pipo projects through a ntono from tlio spring through wliich mineral- water is constantly passing,thus making it qu.ito.easy for visitors to Jill a glass and imbibe, th,o re freshing beverage. Tlio, whole ; ail'air is covorod i...

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JOADJA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

JOAIMA CItEEK. On Friday ovoiiing lust, 14tli instant, a con cert and ball woro hold in tho church school room, Joadja, under'tho auspices of tho G.U.O.O.F., for tho purpose of raising suffi cient funds to onivblo Ihat^janoh to procuro a banner. For that purposo tho Mittagong Brass Band wore ongaged and arrived liero at about six o'clock when tlioy formed thoin aolvos into a procession and marched through tho town. At 8 o'clock tho room was oiwydod to oxcoss, a groat number of tho fair so* being present. Tho ohair was taken by Mr, AqcU'ow M'Ewan, who, in a fow pithy remarks, oxplained tho object for which thoy were assomblod. In opening tho coucort ho callod on tho band for an ovorturo. "■ Dream Facoa " was nicely ron dorod which brought down tho hoiiso. Tho following pieces woro then rondorpd:—rS.ong, " Bohemian Girl," Mr. llarford; song, " I^^ncy Loo," Mr. Forrester; recitation, !' Tho Eve of Waterloo," Mr. Kennedy ; ¡song, " Flora M'Donald's Lament," Mr. G. Eobortsou ; song, Wait...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

B.OOK-S, PUBLICATION.S,, &o. rf")|N SALE- ai the Free Press Boole, and1 Stniion cry Depot, Bowial. SONG BOOKS.—A grout variety of English, Irish, ; : Scotch,*and Amcrioan, containing sentimpntal, comic, and nigger rangs from.3d. upwards. HITS AND SKITS.—Humorous : sitetbhes by Bill1 ■Nye', illustrated, price 8d. by-post lOd. HOME CHIMES.—Containing' ßhort talos, essays, ole. Od. by post lid. NEVER.—A H.and-.Book for the Uninitated' and ' Inexperienced Aspirants to Refined "Society's Giddy Heights and -Glittering Attainments, 8d. liy post !)d. CHRISTY MINSTREL SONGS with musio, ls..6d. by ]iohI Is. 8d. " 1 BIOGRAPHIES OP CELEBRITIES TOR. THE l'EOPLE.—Including Loading Liberal Pol iticians, Leading Conservativo roliticans, Divinos, and Eminent Literary Men.. Illustrated .. .with. Portraits Is. 3d. by post Is. Bd." TH11EE EXPERIMENTS OF LIVING-.—Living within the Moans. Living, up. to tho Means. • ; Living beyond tho Means. !)d. NURSERY TALES FOB,. CHILDREN,—Beau . tifully illu...

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 22 November 1884

ßsuiimiA. On Monday, evening last a banquet was givon to Sub-inspector Latimer iji the school q£ arts, -It was attended by a goodly num ber of influential gentlemen and passed- off very woll. Mr. Latimer ïms been removed to i?an;amatta whither ho will be followed by the woll. wishes of most persons in the district. , Tlio Obiu;ch_of England here intends to have a bazaar about New year's Day, and the ladies'committee is. actively employed in'making preparations for the same. Sports of a unique sort aro mootod for one of the holidays. - The weathor Las been extremely hot during the last fow days. ifesterday the thermometor registered 911 and to-day 90 i/i tho shade. November 20.

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