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Easter Vestry Meetings. ALL SAINTS', PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

Easter Vestry Meetings. ALL SAINTS'. PARRAMATTA. Tho Easter meeting in connection with this church was poorly attouded, only about twelvo parishioners being proseut. Tho Rev. J.Done, incumbent, presided, and, iu opening tho mooting, said that it afforded him great pleasure to bo able to report pro gress. Tho churchwardens and other offioers had worked hard during tho past year, and they woro in a bettor position in every way than they woro twelve months ago. Under the superintendence of Mr. Telfi-r the Sunday School was in a flourishinc; condition. Great praise was duo to Mr. C. II. Spier for the vast improvement in the musical portion of the service. Tho church attendance had boon larger, and the number of communicants had greatly increased. On Easter Sunday there wero nearly 50 communicants. Ho sincerely hoped that the progress made was as gratify ing to the parishioners as it was to him. | {Mr. C. H. Spier, tho secretary, presented the churchwardens' report, which authenticated t...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Unslaked Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVIII (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

Unslaked Righted at Last. CHAPTER XXXVni (continued). 'I say, find out what Beechani is after. Mayhe lie is your friend : in that, cose, so much the better ; and if he is not, then you will he able to deal with him more promptly, if you have discovered his trick in time. Ask Mis Heathcote about him. She ought to tell you all she knows.' Philip halted, head bowed, eyes fixed on the floor, and the words buzzing through his brain — ' She ought to tell me all she knows.' Certainly she ought, and would. Then, for_ the first time, there seemed to reach his ears as from a distance the voices he had heard bo hind him at the .' dancing beeches,' and he recalled Madge's agitated face as she told him that she had been entrust ed by this man with a secret which she must not at present share ?with him. He had disapproved of her conduct at the time ; he disapproved of it still more strongly now, although he regard ed it as nothing more than a mistake -Cullen into which she had been betrayed by he...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Castle Hill A. and H. Association. ANNUAL SHOW AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

Castle Hill A- and H. Association. ANNUAL SHOW AND SPORTS. The holiday-makers who spent Easter Monday on the Castle Hill Sports and Show Ground had a real good time — lovoly weather, invigorating air, good fun and an all-round interesting spee taclo. As a grand gala-day gathering the affair was a pronounced success, ? 'A1 ..I'I'J'. _^7I.. 11 ? ? 1 _±~ ..£ even 11 cxnioiitoiuiiitf mere was 101s ui room for improvement. 'We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, anyway, and wouldn't bo a bit vexed were we to have such an outing regularly onco a month. Tho drive out from Parramatta to the slope of Mountain' Ariow was charming in the cool forenoon of the luscious autuinu timo. Tho roads were intolerably good order ; and tho country was looking its very best — Hcdgoiows were sweet and meadows fnir, And the breeze on tho hills was racy nnd rare, and a lot more exhilaratiug than tho bouquet of an Al brand of 'fizz.' As Oastlo Hill was nenrod, drags, buggies, waggonettes, drays, sulkies, and spring ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

THE CUMBERLAND ARGfUS AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF PAERAMATTA AND SURROUNDINO DISTRICT. : s. a. Subscription; per quarter, in advance 2 0 Do. booked .. .. 2 3 Single copy . . : . . . ? ..0 2 Teems op Advertising : ' . ? . ». a. Three lines ? .,10 Six lines ? } d One inch . . . . . . .,20 Each additional inch . . . . 2 G Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) ? 10 Special termB for advertisements ordered by the quarter. Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having running accounts with us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of nny club or society -will be held personally re sponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the face of them the number of times they are to be in serted, otherwise they will, be continued and charged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 24th, 1887. CHATFIELD & BROWN, TICENSED SURVEYORS Specially licensed ...

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SECTION II.—HOESE EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

SECTION II.— HOESE EVENTS. Whatever his place— the yoke, the chase, Tho warlield, road or course, One of Croatiou's brightest and best Is the Horso, tho noblo Hoiso, — ii'. Cook. This was the attractive section for old and young. Every event was well contested, the result being a very good show of horse-flesh. Taken right through the onimals were a credit to (],/, ,1 ;,.--,.:,,-- 'I\i -Pun*- rino+ln T-T;il ovi/1 district could organise a very fine cavalry or mounted infantry corps. Both horse and man would command a lot of respect in any country. We look forward to the time when our district will be represented by such a corps that will put the Kiama or Camden corps in the shade. Tho events under this section wero : — Hack Contest, for Hacks up to 14 stone 1st, £2 ;2nd, £1. E. J. Black's iron grey, 1st E. S. House, black, 2nd Thoro wore 8 entries in this event and tho judges had their work cut out to place first and second horses out of the lot. Mr. E. J. Black's iron grey was a goo...

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SECTION I.—SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

SECTION I.— SPORTS. Hero those that iu tho rapid course delight, Desire of honor and the prizo invito, The rival runners in due order stand. —JDri/thn. On the whole this department was well managed by an energetic committee who had to work hxrd to get thoir de partment put through in time. They commenced rather late, but finished up in good time. In some of the races, notably the Jiurdle, an tne competitors might have qeen bunched in one lot in stead of being run in heats of ono. Still the committee were not to know that so few would toe the mark. Perhaps the solid look of the hurdles chilled the ardour of some of the ' skyscrapers.' No doubt they were formidable looking obstacles to negotiate. There was no lap-and-knock-it-over business. It was more of a rap-and-knoek-you-over sort of thing. Following is the result of the programme set down for the peds : — Castle Hill Easter Handicap, 150 yards. To be run under Sir Joseph Banks rules and by-laws; 1st prize, £5; 2nd prize, £2. John...

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SUGUESTIONS FOR FUTURE SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE S1I0AVS. If tho Castle Hill Agricultural Asso ciation mean to justify their title, in tho future, they must arrangofohold their annual exhibitions at at a more suit able time ihanEastortide — nottluitthey need forego holding a pleasant meeting at that holi tiny season of the year. An l^vliiliiHmi in ////' mvlinvil ilwf.vift. rif tlin colon}' without a magnificent display of fruit is a kind of anomaly tho Associa tion should seek to avoid. 'The pro gramme drawn up for tho recent show was good enough in its way, being fairly suitable to tho season, but a less meagre one will be required for any subsequent annual exhibitions that may bo held by the Society. Every effort must be made to induce the scientific development of the local industrial staples, especially in the line of preserved products, since there's a doiil of shrewd philosophy in 'Grandiuother'sTeaehing' which puts it thusly : — Men do not reap iu the spring, my dear, nor arc graimvios filled iu May' ...

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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

Current News. Dukinq tho Easter Festival, AH Saints' Church was beautifully decorated by tho ladies of tho parish. Eaoh pillar was festooned with ivy, interwoven with white ohrysauthcinums. Tho communion rails wore similarly clothed. In fact, festoons of evergreens and white chrysanthemums were artistically arranged in all parts of tho church. Several designs in satin and velvet, inscribed with appropriate mottoes On Easter Sunday the Rev. J. Dono officiated at tlireo services, xno singing oi me choir was something special, tho anthem, ' Christ is risen,' being well rendered. Dur ing tho offortory Miss Jessie Goodin sang that beautiful solo, ''I- know- that my, Redeemer livcth.' The offertory was in aid of tho fund to purchase communion plate to replace that which was stolen soino time ago. The sum of £15 was collected — half the sum required. On Sunday afternoon last Mrs. S. Marshall and Mrs. J. Byrnes met with a very serious accident. They were driving iu a buggy, in Church-street...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

THE SETTLING will take place at the .store, Castlo Hill, this afternoon, at 2 o'clock. 'YITHOLESALE GROCER. PRODUCE, VV WINI3 AND SI'IlfIT MERCHANT. Church -si root, Parramatta. Orders collected and delivered free to Town and Country. On hand, A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK 01' GENERAL MERCHANDISE. J. E. KELLY'S AGENCIES:— D ALTON BROS., Orange : Flour. Bran, and Pollan'. J. and .T. HAYES, Goulburn : Lilly Valley Flour, Bran, and 'Pollard. BHUNTON and CO., Steel Roller and Imperi.il l-'lour. COLONIAL SUGAR COMPANY', Sydney : High-Class M niiures. JOHN WALSH, Botany : Botany Bono Dust. JOHN TAYLOR, f\ ENERAL LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Ijr ? REAL PROPERTY' SALE ROOMS : CHURCH-STREET. Established 185S. W. H. BOWEN, ~ FRUI I'ERER AND CONFECTIONER. Church-street, near Railway Bridge. fPHE Choicest Fruits of the Season Ice, X. Iccrd creams, and Summer Drinks . Orders punctually attended to. W. II. BOWEN. WM. NOLLBR, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DENNISON-STREET PARRAMATTA. Estimates given for all kinds of r...

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

Local Topics. Though our columns this weok are full of Show nows, the issue is tho roverso of shoftil — though wo say so 'as shouldn't. By tho way, talking of Shows, the 50th annual Exhibition of the Royal Agricultural Society of England will commence on tho 24th Juno next, in Windsor Groat Park. It is ex pected to bo tho biggest boom in agricultural shows over 'heard tell on,' since it is intended that as far as possible it shall bo 'completely representative of the whole Art of Agri culture.' Mrs. Rainstern particularly noted the un //«-/-giug energies of tho Castlo Hill Committeo Tin a wondor no one hoisted the Jitttclc flag ! Dear reader, call on us whenever you've a mind to do so. Our Groom of tho Chambers will show you around, and bo extra civil, treat ing you in fact like the Great Mogul — if you only come with ,a fat ad ! . :.. Whether an ail valorem duty of 10 per cent on luxuries or a wholesale alienation of subur ban land, in order to liquidate tho deficit 'I Of two evils...

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New Church at Toongabbie. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

New Church at Toongabbie. Ox Monday last, tho Prinmto laid tho fomulfttiou-stono of. a new church iu this district. The site of tho ne w church is a :nost central ono, being about mid way between tho Wentworthvillo and Toongabbie -Railway Stations. Tho dimensions will bo—- 45 foot by 25 feet wifliv i»l»niinjO 10 f*-i-f. liv *) with n. fimnl! vestry at tho roar. Tho ltttln church commands a very fine view, which will bo further .enhanced ere long by the re moval of the neighbouring scrub. A clear view* of Sydney and suburbs is ob tained from the hill known as Dorothy Mount; in close, proximity to tho now cdiiice ; indeed, a moro pleasant pauor niim than tho ono presented to tho eye from tho summit of this charming emi nence it would bo difficult to find. In tho distance South Head Lighthouso ; nearer, Sydney and Bandwiek, and tho south const-line ; closer still, Mortlako and other prominent points on tho Pur rumattii. Biver ; whilo at one's foot, so to speak, lio Grniwillo and Pavran...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

Parramatta Borough Council A srKci.vt, meeting of tho Parramatta Borough Council was hold on Wednes day morning. On tho motion of Alder man Taylor, Alderman Ritchie was voted to tho chair, and thoro were pre sent Aldermen Booth, Moxham, Doltow Drew and Noalo. ??''?? A letter was l'oad from tho Inspector of Nuisancos, asking for loavo of ab souco till tho end of tlio year on full pay, which, ho considered, was not too much to ask in view of his 25 year' sorvico. — Eeceived and doforrcd. Alderman Taylor moved,— That hav ing rogard to tho state of the public health, this Council is of opinion that the nuisance which exists and has ox iston for many years in tho Pai-ramatta River near Lennox Bridge should bo at once abated by tho removal of all looso stones and putrid matter now lying in the bed of tho river which pre vents the carrying off of the fcecal matter by tho (low of tho tide. That such woi'k will conserve the public health by removing tho cause of Ty phoid Fever and other dise...

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SECTION 10.- WRITING AND DRAWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

SECTION 10. — AVEITING AND DEAAVING. The 'village' schoolmasters, mean ing the gentlemen who guide tho young, hands at Dural, Castle Hill, Kellyvillo, Pennant Hills, and Baulkham. Hills, mustered well to learn the fate of their proteges in this section. There were sonio very good specimens of boys' tifiTt/iiiTi'it.iTi iv nTifl r\n** ?PtiiQTifl A I r- iloi'A Ian, of CasUe Hill, had the satisfaction of both prizes going to his school ; Ebencezer Harradine and Leslie Kent well gaining tho awards by singularly neat penmanship. Mr. AVorrall, of Baulkham Hills, had sweet revenge in tho girl's handwriting; Amy Jones, from his schoool, getting' tho prize for very neat writing. Amy Crane, Castle Hill Public School, wroto a pretty hand and obtained second prize. Then Mr. Gow, of tho Pennant Hills Public School, had his turn by Elsie Mobbs winning tho prize for writing for 11 year-old girls, but Mr. Carolan again took second prizo with his daughtor Maud. Mr. Price, of the Kollyville Public Sch...

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Sports and Games. CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

Sports and Games. CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. Coates v. Auburn. — Those toims started in tho final round for tho Auoua Cup on Saturday, there being it very largo attendance of Bpec tators, who watched the gamo with a lively interest Messrs. Whitworih and Rutter aoio I as umpires and gavo great satisfaction, Tho Auburn captain won tho toss, and to every one's surprise, took the field. The light wus perfect, and a lovely day mado everything in favor of the batsmen : anil the Coates men wero not slow to take advantage of the Auburn cap tain's kindnCBs, by running up the fine score of l»i) lor o wicicets. spears pluyeu a brilliant innings and is not out with 87. Sweeney is tho oth r not out with 13. Bennett, Calver and Hi Tunks also batted in good form. Barton am}' Miller bowlod best for Auburn. ContuH 1st Iuiiiuga. Bennett, h Barton ., .,49 Culver, R., run out . , . , 23 Byrnes, J, b Millf r . . .. 1 Spears, J., not out .. ..87 Tanks, M., b Miller.. .. (i Tunks, 11.. c and b Milkr .. 12 Swee...

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SECTION XI.—NEEDLEWORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

SECTION XL— NEEDLEAVORK. The young ladies on our staff failed to attend the show to tell us all about tho needlework, and we cannot offer much romarks upon itoursolves. AVo noticed, however, that Alico Nichol son, of the Galston Public School, was again to the foro, and took both prizes in tho ck-ss in which she competed. A iair collection or needlework ivas shown in the non-competitive class from the Kelly ville Public School. Tho judgos (Mrs. C. Gibbs, Mrs. AV. Bayley, and Mrs. Osborn) awarded tho prizes as under : — Needlework, Plain, one article, nnulo by children under 15 years, attending any public or private school in the electorate six months previous to tho show. 1st, os ; 2nd, 2s Gd. Amy Jones, white shirt (Baulkhani Hills Public School), 1st ' Emma Knight, chemise (Galston Public School), 2nd Needlework, Fancj', ono article mudo by Childron under 1 ~- years, attending any public or private school within the electorate, six months previous to the Show. 1st, os ; 2nd, 2s Gd...

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SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES FOR 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

SUPPLEMENT ARY ESTIMATES FOR 1888. Newington Asylum — Nurse Superintendent, at £200 per annum, from 1st September: Amount to be voted, £00 1 3s 4d; paid to 31st March, 18S9, £05 6s Sd ; unpaid to 31st March, 18S9, £1 0s Sd. Purchase of portion of Elizabeth Farm Es tate, Parramatta, in connection with Goor^u strcot Asylum f-jr Infirm and Destitute: Amount to be voted, and paid to ulst March, 1889, £2,810. To meet tho abatement which should, in torms of tho Civil Service Act, be deducted from the pension payable to Mrs. Hicks, Matron Superintendent of Newington Asylum : Amount to bo voted and unpaid to 31st Starch, 1889, £210. Purchase of land for Cottnge H'iino.i at Par rumatta for aged and infirm couples : Amount to bo voted and unpaid to 31st March, 18S0, £3,600. Cost of erection of buildings for Cottage Homes at Parramsitta for aged and inlirm couples: Amount to bo voted, £3,028 10s; paid to 31st March, 1SS9, £2,350; unpaid to 31st March, 1889, £678 10s. Compensation for land resu...

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MISCELLANEOUS:—NONCOMPETITIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

MISCELLANEOUS:— NON- COMPETITIVE. In tho non-competitive class, Miss Pryce, Miss Millie Banks, and Miss Myrtle Kentwell showed excellent fancy needlework. Mr. C. Lakeman had some really pretty bronze bantams on show. Murray Bros., of the Darling AVoollen Mills, Parramatta, showed some 26 varieties or tneir tweed. Some ol me patterns were very neat, and doubtless there will be a demand for tho article now that our country friends know what a good thing Murray Bros, can give them. One of the most attractive exhibits under this heading was a now agricul tural implement, called the 'combina- tion scarifier, a local invention, the product of the genius of Mr. F. AV. Vahrcnkamp, of Church street, Parra matta, and Mr. J. J. Bridgefoot, gar dener at the Hospital for Insane, Parra matta. The scarifier has a triangular shaped shear in front. Behind this, on either side are two knives about 8 inches long, which cut what is left by the shear. The harrow behind these lias eight teeth on each sid...

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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADOVOCATE. SATURDAY, APRIL 27. THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

THE ??? '??' ?? - 2(3ij-iN|Wrlantt ^rgtts FRUITGROWEIiS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, APRIL 27. THE CENTRAL CUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. No good reason can be adduced why this Society should'notbe at ouco resusci tated ; while dozens could he given why it sJiould bo. That there is an agricul tural Association at Castle Hill, in one corner of tho electorate, is no reason why there should not ho one for the whole District, waving its headquarters in a central position. The recent show at Custlo Hill, though it was well at tended, cannot truly bo said to have been representative of Central Cumber land. 'What was actually represented at it was a portion of the northern divi sion of that electorate. Again, tho management of the Castlo Hill Associa tion, though including tho names of several energetic men, is in no sense representative of Central Cumberland. 'What is wanted is a District Agricul tural Association, with members on its Committeo or Council representing Ilornsby, Hyde, Auburn...

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HUMOURS OF THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

HUMOURS OF THE SHOAV. [By ouu LATE SriiWAL IIilu'sodist.*] Beiug told to ' do ' the Show, straightway I went to work. Since business is a thing I novel' (or, hardly ever) shirk. Imprimis, an advance I drew (that was real biz, you bet !) 6'eeiunlo, I adjourned to Smith's to do a modest ?whet. Then 1 started, ml on l/ogasus, outonanimoie nag, The property of Mr. Shanks. Bo sure, 1 did not Ing. Upon the way the crowd was guy, a-joggnig to the Fair, In trap and one, in drag and four and eke in coach and pair. In one neat trap 1 noted a tender couple sat, Around they peered, and seeing uoue, enlivened up their chat With a loving kiss suggestive of just that sort of spoon That is usually a symptom of a scrumptious honey-Moon. Then 1 spied an ancient party who had taken a short cut Much annoyed at being fancied for an active bovine's butt. Next I saw a mean old cuss who had sought to get iu yratis Hung up, like Sohoy upon the rail — most or chid that there state is. When tho Horse Events w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 27 April 1889

(riUMBBIUj.vNJ)- BUILDING LAND \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. LIMITED. CAMTAL, £100,000. Piiid up capital, £20,000 Uncalled capital, £15,000. Rovervofuud £2000. ???- ? ' Money received on Fixed Deposit nt tho fol lowing Rates i — . . For 12 months, 7 per cent per nimum. 6 months, 6 percent, per annum,' And o per cent, nt cull. Savings Bunk Brunch. — Deposits of One Shilling and upwards received, and six [6) per cent, interest allowed on the Monthly Balance, and no notice required for withdrawals. JNO. JAS. MILLER, . Manager. Office— Masonic Hall Buildings, George-street rpHE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK JL BANK. PARRAMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. £500,000 AVith power to inoroaso to £1,000,000 BcsorvoJ'und .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at curreu rates Bills discounted and advances mado on ap proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal cities in the H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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