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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

-n1; , 1ur.'1 aJ ý :I Trade Addres es. TROMAH3B AZ ELEY'S T I, 0,ioM A SH ;a : . obt RDEan l3"iý d te TRAVELLING PUBLIC.'"'' -' ' { ct ' a aeelse 'oftihe %beat Prodlcesra: :. , . : BIIA ;! ''1#ILLIA/RDSI ''BILLIARDS !t " ! HORIidE snid .D(IOIF$, wayp eoan HIItE., atenseve and comfortable , .s?Ar[lLU/N.Gt;itA ,C OAMMO DA.TI O,N. : :' IIOGAN' S; CO,3TERCAL HOTE0L; qIOMAS HOGAN begsrt intimate to the surroanding .inhalitants end public gonQgrlily 1Iliatteperibr e>Accoitiiodationi and Moderate Charges are lie speciality of this dit ,antshote..!i a& Liqmusors efltte -,1est ,rnusad anud Psurest Etaality, only ,' LIA-i1riL, fll1 AlI il{) !f!, - " 11I1 tIIDS ! , :-!, SUPE lRUI)L',ST.AlLINSQ anitel AJCIOM OiI)ATION PA D DOCKS. leorses andllsng ittA,ns well a'lilggy P'irair iwv..yaon lire. FINA'S .B1CSH' INN, CASEY-ST. " .d?.l RI, , "ATUILA W ITdiAjiVELL "I E]R S. Wlnesilei andLt.j.lrits' of .the Best lriunds. SPECiIAL: NOTICE! SPRINGr & iUMMER IDRAPERY. CRAli ,WARiIMSON TH...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

bLt5ltbsUD usner r~kij;, FRIDAY, ,,EPTEMBER 2: 1887. Wi have defertedlwriting on the subject of.the ;site for the' shire'" hall, further than suggesting the' most central and commandiog'situation. ' (Ut aim during our brief proprietorship has 'been to give offence, to no party, creed' or person, and therefore have, kept albutf from mcetiige'other. than a :representative of the "Fourth Estate." We maintain that had the petition that was huardidly got up by those who had the welfare of Tatr at heart, aid presented in favour of those in power, it would not have been shelved at the July meetiug of the I Counil, for at the last meeting corres pondence was taken almost up to the closing of the' Council, and we can verify that very little baeinese hitherto has been done in order. Referring to the deputation that were the represen tativet of the leading property holders of ?atura, we can confirm what was said as to the eise chosen,. which was unanimous.. Fortunately,, perhaps; for the repre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

For Sale. 3':l ACRES~nf firqt-elase AGRI. OU CUJT URAL LAND in Gir garro East, well improved and well watered. Annlve W.;"O'CALLAGHAN, 1. ," l T'aturn. S Notice. " " EREBY gi?e nltice that I intead to CL'OSE.;ni SHOP at 4 p.m. ,very Saturday. J. FORSYTH, , General Blacksmitl.* Taturn, 2Ith August. Tenders . To Splitters and Fencerls. W ANT1'ED separate' TENDERS fir supplying about 2,500 Split Posts, and for erepting the' same. Specifications to' be seen at the re sidence of the lananter, Mount Scobie, up to the Srd September, 1887. WMI.JIRV~LNG. WINTER. ChurchNotfces, i |C HURCI- OF ENGLAND C TATURA. ' Th'l Rev. Mr. H. ~HEFFERNAN will PREACH at Tongala State School at 11 n.nm., Ei f riialiam at li.m., and at Tatura at 7 p. m. pRESBYTERIAN CHJRCH. The Rev. J. C 'Coutie, B.A. of NmmnrEnh, will coduct the p'ostioned Aanniversary .Srq on, in Tatura'still a.m., and 7 prjnpext Sunday; . ?,r _AP TI' ''" 'MI S SION.: Thle Rev. J.gB;g SNEYD Lwill PREACH. in the' MIchanics'-hall, Tatura, on S...

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TATURA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

TAT U RA EOCI AICS'; f INSTITUTE.. -+ ,1 The usual monthly meeting" of the committee of the above institute 'was held on Friday last- Present-Meser Williams (president),. Irwin,. rover, Smith, C. W. Wilson, J! D. Love jun., Gellion, Rooney, M'Cleery,- Rev A, Chambers and the secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting' were read and confirmed on the motion of tHessrs. Gelhlon and Wilson. The only correspondence received was from the Central Board of Health re the opening of the new reading room which was received. REPORTS. Mr. Grover, as clerk of works; re- ported that Mr. C. Wilson's was' the lowest for making the necessary furniture for the new reading room, which tender had been accepted, and. that table- and necessary furniture had been finished. " . The secretary reported that'einee'last 'meeting he had received and' paid' in £49 13s 10d. 'J'ho treasurer reported that the-debit balance-was £221. The secretary reported that the con tractor'had been paid, and also thefire' ins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

The NeafeotestOhmarankAstv Mr. Alfred Deakin h theowa,thbe wal~bt. of his enthusiastic eloquence into the carrying of this, a well a that relating' to Jwveals i offenders, into Iaw; and t- is. w,?nderluI that eom', at lnset, of the provisionesow introduced have not reached the Statnute-baklong ago. "The child is father to the mano" and-if he is allowed to become a. criminal or an invalid by negwlect, what a sorr cae, - hi, aed dthl' of the oommleity.whioh owns him. Rfleoolon"batnurlly reverts to those children who, though burn of the best of parents, aid pomessingl .iIts f, the lsnt order, are allowed to ectract disorder whbiob en oftea prove fatal. What a number of sunobh lives might have been spared by' the.uee, in the nurry oloret, and'siank, of that Invaluable alr-puterfler-upter' DeodoCiser and Deio. feotact. which enow. sold everywhere and Is never dispensed with when annooa risd. Pr. ed by the beg it, s exeedingly cbheep - The' Peafio Mall Company hepateo.s to build its new t...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER XIV—AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

T THI GOLDEN. HOP)E. A BOMrNCE OF THE DEEP. I 'Idret a dream tht wenot l a dream.' B: W. Coass Rossaer - CIrAI'TZR XIV'-AT Sra. It was 5 o'clock in the afterioon, in the month. of March, and a sulky dusk coming over the sky out of the eastward, in the teeth of a brisk westerly breeze, that was mild enough in temperature, though you felt ifit should veer but a point or two southerly, thert was wet enough in its skirts to bring it along cold as hail. The Golden Hope, with IMr. Forthscue on hoard, had got under way fromin Gravesend that morning at 10 o'clock. and under gaf and square topsails had sailed down the smooth I river at a handsome pace, sweeping no more than a ripple or two aft; as she sheered through it with her keen stem, and now she was off the North Foreland, heding to the eouthwards of the Goodwine, for it wam pretty certain that the wind would fly into the south west presently and Captain Htiram Weeks and Mc. Stone had settled it that a ratch to the French coast and a b...

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A MYSTERIOUS STONE FORT. (NASHVILLE AMERICAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

A MYSTERIOUS BTOiNE FORT. (sasavnvLL A RanEoaN.) There is nothing in Tennessee, or in the Sooth, whose antiquity is so meysteriou and entirely beyond the domain of decent apecn lation as the old stone fort, which is a mile and a half below the town of Manchesb?r. The two prongs of Duck River come within, say, 200 yards of each other, and then widen out, making a territory of perhaps 1,00 acres in the forks of the river, and below the Narrows. At the Narrows the fort comr mences by a stone wall, now covered with earth running from one river to the other. and there the walls are built along the banks of both rivers down to apoint where a' canal had been cut from one river to the other.; there a wall is made from one river to the other, perhaps a quarterof a mile. On the outside of this wall is a hollow, and in this hollow is the sign of the canal or ut evidently intended to protect the fort by both the wail and the canal. From the upper to the lower wall, at places, there are high blu...

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A HERO BY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

'A; HERO' By- AOCIDENT. ' B F. W. lnosa, a In the diningroon?m of a large mansion, I situated on the shore of Lake -mere, sat two friends conversing over the walnuts and the wine.' h ' Well, Jim,' said one of them-alight.com- a plexioned, stoutly-built young fellow, over whose head had passed about twenty-two summers-' I believe I'm the luckiest fellow F in the world.' ' Lucky I By Jove, Ned, I should think you are lucky, for when.I think that only six t months ago we were standing side.by side F behind old Screwpenny's counter, at a salary of a pound a week, and that now you are the a husband of that lovely woman, and master of a house like this, with servants, horses, ii carriages, and goodness knows what hesides, I can hardly believe it. It seems more like s a dream.' y 'I've done nothing to deserve it, Jim nothing to deserve it.' ' Nothing to deserve it I' echoed Jim li looking at him in amazement. Do you call it nothing, saving peoples lives twice, and bringing three villains t...

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THE FRENCH AND THE NEW HEBRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

T hA~'~tNUR AaND. 'IthE NW I BEBBIDEB. "- . . BY THE 'REV. . 'G. PATON. 'What Is to be the reslto' all our writing, nd; pleading, and protesting against theb Friioh;'oeoupation of the New Hebrides Islands? We have been waiting patiently while Britain has been negotiating with France on this eubject, and assuring us all the time that the English treaty with Firance-that neither is to annex that group-is yet binding, and that she was carrying on negotiations with France whloh would lead to a settlement of this vexed question satisfactory to Australia. France has also often said the treaty with Britain of 1874, renewed in 1882, is yet binding upon both nations. Bat from the first France has been following up her dishonourable ,corse of deception, consolidating her posi tion as far as possible under false pre. senses. On the 5th of June iast year, virtually taking posseseion in violationof her treaty, France landed oldiers and marines by men of-war, hoisted the Frenob flag, saluted it w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

A petition signed by 74 women gradastee of the Univerlicy of London, in favour of the lzeneion of Parliamentary franhise to women, has been ent to Si J. Lubbock M P:, for presentation to the Houose ' Commons. A perpleglr dilenlty oeneoem. DUlSITONUS LSANIOBA I the beet aperlatm*dlda for children, and lIs ak.a meet readily by them. It will 'sur Hilious fever ad all the' allioetse whtob ohildree as seubjeOt. For stomach' and tule?d ?sOlrs;s aIl tedloa. IRAn pro-sd. .rIn ,ealat s, .i for DUN. eTONrp'sNMMOuA. Of aBlheuanlee at and be parbotle.-aw a v l' .fun .1D I :i s I T HU, VImoaIAN LAND COMPANY LuMPIs Omcoo: 16 COLLIN8 t0L3RT BAST. S c?apital, £1,000,000. Sabealbrd, IlO8,000.' P ld.up, £100,C00. r "usre. r.Fod, £70 000. S DIREOTOR : r Hoo., S M. .a:irlM.P SWilIiam Bowro, Esq. . ' ' Jobi MNoodle, keqg . Robeat lng siq., J.P. 'INWREI? ALLOWED on DIPOSITS: 17 pr cool. per annum for i yets. P yable .hall PraEHnoD PROPEREITI In Melbourne and Suburb. P : . OAS. ' PUID.' MANSION SITEI8and,...

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MIRACLES AND NATURAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

&lktACLES AND NATURAL LAW. i o his seventh jecture on the " Sience of the Supernatiral,,'. eltiyred. in Augustine Churcbh, Hawthorn, last Sdhday evening, tiie'Rev. . Gbsmai disbnssed the "relations of miracles to natural law. 'The .following ie an abstract of the lecture, and the course of argument pur.ued to show the compati bility and harmony between Biblical ?upernaturalism and the laws of nature. Mr. Gosman began by observing that the final conflict between faith and unbelief would be fought out on the question whether there was a supernaturalism in the Bible. There was a widespread feeling in the minds of those who were trained In sclentifio methods that if miracles were not absolutely impossible they were at least extremely im probable, and that any system of religion that had nothing' better to.rest upon than sterories of miraculous ilterference with the order of nature could hardly be regarded as standing upon a sure and solid foundation. It'was his (the lecturer's) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE "BATHURST" WILL TRAVEL THE DISTRICTS OF .TATURA,. MOOROOPNA `UNDERA AND KYABRAM. " BATHURST " is a browin liorse, foaled 1877, full brother to Woodlands, Hecls, and Etna (dam of Hon. James White's celebrated colt Volcano.) : BATHTJRST. THE ALPACCA MARIBYRNONG (Dam of Woodlands, Heels, and Etna.) (Sire of Richmond, Bosworth, Pahnyra, Woodlands, &o.) , KINGSTON (imp.) ROSE de LILLA , , (Sire of . "FLORENCE FISHERMAN Savanaka, Kings. (Dam of King of (imp.) borough, &c.) the Ring) HERON MAINBRACE THE FLYING DUTCHMAN BOARDING SCHOOL MISS KINGSTON ENGLAND'S BEAUTY NEW CHUI EVA PERFOIMANCES. As a four-yeir-old-2nd A.J.C. Trial Stakes, carrying top weight, gDst, beating 5 otherse ?distance 1} mile; won A.J.C. Spring Maiden Stakes, carrying top weight, 9st, beating 5 others, distance 1j mile; 3rd V.R.C. Melbourne Stakes, weight fora'ge, beating Woodlands and Sweetmeat, 1I mile; 3rd, A.J.C. Summer Cup, carrying top weight, 8st 91b, beating 11 others, 1j ...

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RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL.. Tile usual monthly. meeting of the glid?e shire eas held'ii'thl e Mechahice' hall' Id' Monday last'. Piesent-Cis. Cdd?dh, ialdwid, 'Ilancaster; Hogan; Cdok, Ptttrshn, Drutd; Wilson, ?and Brcoti. (r. ITali?h pritposed, and; Cr..Brown seconded, 'That the Ift president take the chair.l' The newly-electbd' iouncilldrs, viz.,. Or?. Iald*id;, Brown, Pattersen, and' Wilnod;.took the dtual'declaration: The mindtea of the previous' meetlbg *ernred and cbnflrnted dblRttdBPODBroaxd . ~i'ds' secretary Ballarat Fish A• elinttiesatiori Sbciety, atknowledging eheqtib, and stlting thati he will forward tie railway pass for' Ci*. Baldwitl' as good' al the fbh' are availklile,. between' the middle' mhd end of August--Re seived. From I?.o. fletdersost,;ec14etary~' ]tjl eipd Aesioclation, telfrrrngt~acirctiltr e 12th ?tily, relative to' M'ayorl of Melt liouriie'r hospaility ?' Me?ors arnd Presidente on the oceMibta of th' Queen"s Jlebile,. et.--Received. Ffo n? . J. i srey, secre...

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CITIZEN LANGTRY. (LONDON FIGARO.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

OITIZEN LANGTRY. (rLoDON noiAoO.) Following the example of Mr. AndLew Carnegie, Mrs. Langtry has reounced her llegaance to Queen Victoria, and, has prao. tiocTly been naturalised as a Itizen of the United States. This l a seriouse matter for England. Perhape the poet who foewards us some versee beginalog 'Eaalaci new ee91I=Yifen Ebini-rcat.r -. ie. chct ravonred more than otter laecs had heard the news. An Amercan correse pondent has sent us a fall account' of the ceremony. whioh took plane at San Fran. eiso on 28th June. "The details of the sad event are Int.astiog. On the morning of the memorable day, the reporters esy, the nsu shone warmand pleasant in the little house at 1,220 Twenty first street, where the Langtryg live, and glistened through the bay window f, om which the Jersey Idly looked' not upon one rose, four pinke, and six etunted geranlnme. She stood "at the window and looked out over the garden and upon the neglected street, where two children awe eomely contemplated ...

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BUTTERMILK AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

BUTTBBMILK AND 'ITS 181S. Butermilk varies with the :different methods of ehumring. Is all large dairies ne*days theo aream is ,rmoved by a separator soon after It l drawn.,.ad the cream stands no more than a. few. hours before it is churned. The buttermilk then h quit sweet, that 'is to may, it hb?a 1ltly acid flavour, unlike that of skim milk, but it l ot soured ;' there I. no formation of leto .iadd;, a., no, card Other peope, on take the opposite extreme, let the milk satd till I t. r before they' skim It, and0 poiblyl, |ftho.ocream stand ag?n defare I i shaned.: Buttermilk got this way' 'I not only a ar-, ' but ontaina r?thber.li? ard :womu?aibt tter made from hiorml always centalhu more :.. All thi~ it aIeearyto bear In mind. For whatviricotpee'r given they do need a Uttle ?lbisatio, 'aooordin as the: butter milk Is sweet or sour. ?-If l isweet, @ to be used like skim milk 'ln bread or cikes. add leavenser bakinglpowde m-st-be added to raie thedoug. --If-it l- sour, it Ie much...

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NOTES ON DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

NOTES ON DRBSS. Monsieur H. Jaie, in his perspioacious and witty " Notes on England," written some twenty years since, is vy srern on the dres of the English ladler. He som pare them--very un oavurably in thin par ticular - with his coontrywomen. He mentions having met a young English lady at dinner who wore a roe-ooloured gown with gre?m trimmlng, a crown ,oi red flowere, and a collar of gold round her neok. He adds - "She looked like a beautiful queen of the savages," and remarke that English women know nothing of the combination of coloure. I think that in the' aore of years that have elaped sinooe thee. words were written, English women have taken many lessons from their French sisters in the artof dre.. The colours of this season are soft and prettyenough stoplee even Moneieur Jaine. letiotrope, 5some modiste. tell s, ils the colour of the seeaon; but grey and blue are running it hard, while white has lost none of its poplnarity. White embroidered robes will be mush worn in the...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. A SEASONABLE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

THE A-DIlS' VCOLUM Dr VIV?a. A B3ASONAULUI EXHIUITIO?. The mai -dasr ofel ghitable SB.r held theirbdret pring fasbis show on Thursday last. It lenot ofteI th se prosaic day that oes gets a peep late flir lnd, but the epoaloue brow.reem was o bight with lace oor5ainandaeginogbasketsof lroely fowers thabt Oe might Ueisly believe' hat fairy fnges hadbeentmworkin it. Theshow rocr il the largest is the LTy. It l4 admirably salted for its psrpase as it sl lighted by seeral' windowse iro Collise strees It contalns two ladies' 6fttilag.remr, whloh are curtained of at either end of the epsolou aparmenut. Os Thursday one entered euder an archway of.flowers, and in every available spot w. p et iomns, bouquets and glarlands of flowers., Oriental hanging., and mirrors osrtalned with lace. From she root hung Innumrsable gilded baskets of flowers, bf every imaginable else and shape. The room was thronged with women, who aeme to admire the scene and' to pr. ohs-. the charming bonnets, the elegant g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

"Wrate ,Water vnrwwr e". HAVN' you got ? Tha gl t a pump at tDamkand 8on'd , and tellpha. what you want I$to do. Tho will tell You which tl th best for Ture purp?e, and quota Do$ i, es for -L. whole thing .o plte. John Dankl and Lou, 42 BDurhetr teet d=et..-ýADw,3 :Pmuaaal UO1ILDENQ . AoUOalltsLt. orilo:l i COLLI/e 62S3Z MAUI. , Ptduorfad aemueW e - *11 Pill up'tocomtroMd_ . .':', _.. ·' - f4 w ooowh li yea '. .ý .. - u.MB.,, ml. 6latlos has p.Md IN *mwhiidiio 0o01. pcr aumr or 150h pe ly Jewo. INIIUMI ALI.WW3D ca D3?PO~ilf ForiS I olCaah 61 pot coat. per ama Pnc 6 uIho.w, Sper goat pci saur.. UAVINOG 3*11 33*A101. Dpoc .1 aUup thok h wlly halmb.. pe pe su3p& tb&df bl.1.1M oooUn amic have saw boc. luco.0.4~e whcu. IA. mYhcc c.acoo· c.. Wh PM AUSMIOJE ci 0. peot haceWiLL he EAJIED. ta&00. 6L Ihecoshuoarese e pead uplcis MUorhpnolb Jalrce0 1150 lb. P. p.P. ohace JAmlitf xznacon J. corn""

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THE SHIRE HALL AGAIN TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

THI? ,SHIRE HAiLL A4AxN I io di *DITOn:fL Sir,-=-The style iii which a fe* of the councillors are conducting theniselved regarding the shire hall site id attrls ptb - ing to foist dpon the ratepayers the old police camp lardd, is looked ipuo by thd sensible portion of Titura as feally dis-2 graceful,. after the influential depuita tions' request--epteeentirug the views of a public meeting-that, the hail be erected in Goulbdrtr-street. A day of retkonitug dill Conte, dnd thdose obtuse concatenated speeirrens o ' Darwin,' *hd now clamonr so mluchdr ot the benefit of[, puny set,' *ill find t6 their cbst they hire madle a seriods mistake in ,not" accelin'g to the wishes of the ratepayers dheid they commen?ce wooing thetm at the nea' 6 election.-YOlare, etc., W 0800o.

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A Curious Law Case. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

A Coulonr Law Cal. A eurous law case which hub a·hen out o the recent earthquake at Diano Maario will shortly be decided before the Italian cowuer Two adjoining ho ee a Diano Marlne. belonging to two different famlile, wered e -troyed by the earthquake and the inhabi sante were all killed. When the rmine and corpeee were removed the cum of 200.00.' In gold and bank notre was found among t - ibedebrir. A. iS was impostlble to aoert ro which house the money belonged, nd am no' member of either family wee aved .b decide the matter, the umrvivotg relatig have brouhbt their coa before the 9ud1ge_ whose decision is looked forward to n tere wih much intereet.

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