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PRIZE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

PPIZE LIST. et-i= d-DIltrc;HT HoRsE STOCK. :.-L En i" horse, 3 years and over, .7L, , , w io ' l uf of H an. W n . ;>'?. ",,.s£3. third £2 .T. Coalni -Loaeix vuxL eter third. - LEnire hirs'e, olonial breed, S(t 'Vcial ft of lion. Winm. ra,,rnd 4 thin s . H1.arper u mil nras; J. Cooir second, J. -? 33 re.-r old colt, 1st 40s, find ve. old c lt, -st 40s (special l-. . l r.., s oMnd 20s. D Clyne ..? M er old . c ldin , st 10s, nd . ec-: first. 3 Ml'llwain second. r 3 nmr old filly; 1st 30s, 2nd i. tC.a: sisr, D ('ly le stecond. -. 2 nr old illy Is: £f (special 5 * 3Ir. J'ohn '.,i?in ), and 20s. D w. I c ar old .hlt or g-lding. 1st Ili? T Polock first, D Clyne ?i. vexar <!l filly, Ist 30s, 2nd SP. PIle:is first, D and 1I Clyne ÷_10, '.rd mare. with f dl at foot. ~?- l, f.re Ist LuIrV, 1st £3, 2nd • '"-l 9 D t'Iyile first, R Harper c. s D tlyne third. 5 1i Ik mra.b. nut to fial lefire Ist Ju l. tIe md lls. D Clyne first, J "1'_ Patr dr.n.ht: celdingcs, to be in aers:e,. It ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE ANNUAL SHOW OF THE NORTH GIPPSLAND AGRICULTURAL. PASTORAL, AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

JHOT OF hE III GSL D AGRI "r, L. PISTORAL, AND i; I L AL OCIETY" St;ippland Agricultural -4- Isit' au. al exhiiiitiott on ," 'I,dls at Sale yesterday. nt; fir .. to-ub--r of exhibits i:,l " n" of them were of r The largest number of eie found in the class fl' o' fi horses, and many en of hot sefleih-frotf • " 1k d tio de tiniest of ; .e to be seen prduling the ..'r;?-the cattle pens there " e z"p, uldcheus ot far bullocks, y esp eis toodi1 and fancy e in m tachinery d?parttient bit:ee r er seflre, being 1 f a few retpetrs an( d acIll steam englline, a S.a .it fe f ploughs. Mr. S11 of lorwell exhibited his i,. hurn, and lowe's patent ine exhibited hr S i" ent. r. Jensen. The 9 ýied to attract a deal of 5u: and there were soute well S?f iesn"- Tihe prnteelitlngs were r '"s d.trin, the afternoon by S i~L in hi the Aide brass Ind, Stnser theettcient leadership of .! LJvIen. plaeid manty airs with ', Te tmot exciting inmei • e day wts the trial of hun ndc the juldl.,in of iacks. This not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, SAND ,COY. STOCK-AND ESTATE AGENTS, HEAD OFFICE-TRARAI.GCON. G IVE careful attention to nll ltiiness entrusted to th,em. P'eriodietl Ml:rket= Traralgon. Mornwell, Toonagmblie. Narrnian. iMirh n, Trafalgar. Land and Cl, nring Salks lpropferly cEmandernt. V?I:FATIONS mnlhe. . LOA S n:e.,,tintled and Life and Fire I\ SUI{A.NCE effrcred. AGROSS FOR .atiooalf NewZealand.Fire Insurance C. Colonial Int ual Fireannl Life Insurance Ci. N-et York Lifre ntlrante. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agenry Co. AccrtIoxE.nS: 31a. JACKSON ORR.1 & lit. CIIAS. SOMM1ERS. TRAFALGAR, SATURDAY, 30Tl OCT. M ? |ARRIAGIf QRI & CO. will sell at SMe-rS Gorlon ~& Coxs yards on the aOve date r Fat wCos 100 heail Mixed Cattle 10 useful Hlorses Pigs :lnd sundries Further entries invited. TRARALGON, ION., NOV. 1. M ARRIIAGE, ORR & CO will sell- On account of L. Wuttrick, Esq., lI 4-er-old Btullocks 10 3-yr-old P.ul'ocks ^ e2-er-old Steers Alan, 40 Steers, 2. to 3 y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

Seville's Grand JunctionLHote Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district, ~1.11 · 1,1,1 ."1 li . 1(1)1·11 1111.1."1.1 Ii11· All VJ II iLjlm wcddingnnd ExuulroloI I':rli eIR rovlih'( for. Ilot and Cold Ilintijo. I.IA.IiAImi9 (one of AlcoCkh J)coL.) ?- ,. n. .rcial Travellers. IHore( and Ilungies always at hand. Te'e : s:tend.ld to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receive Civility. Comfort, and Attention. Charges Mloderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMM?ERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYAN, Proprietor. F~dLres accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. i:es and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabline, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. iirses and Bu; gies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, ;,* ow established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE. ?distrit, and the Froprietor, while thanking the Public for their pas; .::.:s, usures them that no...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

".MIODERATE, ':Ur PtOGRESSIVE." (Publistd eve-, Tuesday & Firlayr morning.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 19S6. Is a recent issue we pointed out the claims this part of the colony had upon a part of the Government vote for the general imlprovemlent of the laud froml an agricultural stalndpoint, and to day we point out that this part i f the colony has a large interest, and will watch with anxiety the distril ution of the prospecting vote. No part of Gippsland, except Walhalla, hls ever conme into great promliinence as at gold producing plrt of the world ; but there are many portions of that dis trict known as Gippsland, which have proved themselves to be possessed of no mean aurous wealth. Stockyard Creek, a place which was prospected some years ago, proved itself to be rich in the precious metal. Misfortune followed the pioneers who struck out; and struck "a patch" there, and they had to cease work oin account of an inl flux of water, when they were getting gold at the rate offiveoun...

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CALLIGNEE. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 29 October 1886

CALLIGNEE. (From our own Correspondent.) October 26. Rain, bail, and snow, with a' cold boisterous wind roaring amongst the trees, summarise the weather we are at present experiencing. A fortnight ago the sun did pretend to shine for a few hours occasionally, but we have almost ceased to expect him,-the -rain is so continuous. Theo"eatheriis ex traordinary. On Saturday, the 24th, we :were visited with the sharpest hiailstorm I have ever witnessed. d It did not continue above ten minutes I should gress but being accompanied by thunder and lightning and driving hailstones larger than ordinary peas with great force, and in so thick a mass as-to-cover the ground almost -fat once, it was.terrhile in its intensity. Some'damage hles been done amongst the fruit. The hail has cut up the leaves of the fruit trees,' and knocked off some of the smaller fruits which were beginning to shape. As far as I have learnt, the hail did not extend in an area further north than the range. On Sunday night ...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Oct. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Oct. 30. etssrs Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-About same as last week. Our sales in various markets-cows, in ferior to good, £5, £5 10s, £5 15s, £6, £6 5s, £6 10s, £6 12s Gd, £7 7s C?, £8, latter heavy weights; bullocks, £7 12,s id to £8 15s ; vealers, £2 Gs to £2 10s. Store Cattle.-Grass being abundant, prices are still high, and the demand brisk. We have enquiries for good lines of store bullocks and cows. At Maffra on Friday our yards fairly supplied, and all cleared except one lot. Bullocks, £5 los, to £6 10s : milkers, £5 12s Gd to £G 10s ; cows, £3 16s to £4 2s ; 3 yzs steers, £ 10s to £5; 3 yrs heifers, £3 8s to £4 ; milkers, £5 12s Gd to £6 10s ; 18-months steers and heifers, £2 6s to £2 18s ; cadv"ln, £1 8s to £2 Is. At Sale, 3 yrsteers,,S310s to £4 8s; heifers, £3 lis to £4 ;:s; milkers, £5 to L5 12s Gd ; half-fat cows to L5 ; privately, 89 bullocks, L5 17s 6d. Sheep,.-At Sale, by auction, shorn cross breds (fat) 8s 9d; t...

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THE ANNUAL SHOW OF THE NORTH GIPPSLAND AGRICULTURAL, PASTORAL, AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

THE ANNUAL SHlO ir OF Tl?E NORTH G'IPPSLANTD AGRI CULTURAL, PASTORAL, AND - HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The following portion of the report, which we were compelled to hold over from our last issue, may be of interest to our readers: CrLss C.--HACKNE.s. Sec. 5. Mounted rifleman's horse-over hurdles-Ist L3 3s (the special gift of Mr James Lyon), second L2, 3rd LI. For the best jumper over hurdles not more than 3 feet 6 inches high; must he the bona fide property of, and ridden by, an effective member of either the C. or D. companies of mounted rifles, in uniform. Horses must carry 12 stone over the jumps.-G. Mawley, first; H. F. Peck, second ; A. Dawson, third. Nineteen entries. Sec. 6. Weight-carrying hackney, up to 14 stone, 1st L5 (the gift of Mr P. Clement), 2nd 4 d 0s.--T.A M'Intosh, first, W. E. Fower, second; A. A. M'Mil Ian, third. Nineteen entries. Sec. 7. Weight-carrying hunter, up to 13 stone, ]st L5 5s, (presented by a member of the committee), 2nd 40s, 3rd 20s.--W. E. Power, ...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

MALABO7URFE CUP. The following "-"are' thee- pmoisble starters for the Cup: - .MIalua, Qimmotirn, - Trenton, Sheet Anchor, Grace Darling, Isonomy, (in cluding 1b' penalty). *,onto Christo, Bohemian, (in. 101b pen slty).Bristsher, Meteor, (in. 101b- penalty) Boolka, Ben Bolt, (in. 101b penalty), Silver mine,' *Kitawa, (in. 31b penalty), Silver King, Lancer, Cyclops, Tridelit, Arsenal, ..*Quiritin Matsep,-. Mad delna, . Metal, 'Ktig's- Own: Cross fire, Ilecall, Les~ih; Myall King, Lord William, Brivo' (in. 31 pen), Little John, Iighland Chief, Fish o' Silver, 'Aflluence, Hetxham, Kingfish, *IMenotti, 'Jack Roach. *Doubtful starters.

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THE CHURCHES. ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

TIlE CHIURCHIES. ST. JAirs' CHURCH. On Sunday an exchange was made by the Reva. J. R. Walker of Tmrarlgon, ail C. Thomas of Rosedale. The Rev. c Thomas preached at Morwell in the mora. lig, and at Yinnnr in the nfternoonl. At the latter place the service was delayed for fifty minutes, owing to the neglect ofsome. one in not providinga key for the o etina of the building. This is the neeotn Iatu a similar thing has occurred within a few months, and it is not at all creditable to the Yinnar worshippers. In the evenirng Mr. Thomas preached at Traralgon,lcsing Ins remarks on the 7th and 8th verses of I Timothy :-"But refuse profane and5 old wives' fables; and exercise thyself rather unto godliness. For bodily excrcise profit. eth little, biut godliness is profitable uet,) all things, having promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to cone." The preaclhr said that in order to inder. stanrd fully the force and application of certain pnassaes of scripture it wasu fie necessary...

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SUICIDE AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

SUICIDE AT OOR WIELL. Last night an aged swagman was found dead at the Ridge, near Mfor well, and it is a supposed case of suicide. A deep gash was found in his arm,from which he evidently bled to death, and near him was found a large blood-stained clasp knife with which the wound was probably self inflicted. He was conveyed to 3furdoch's hotel, where an inquest will be held. Owing to the lateness of the hour when the intelligence reached us we were unable to ascertain particulars, but the de ceased is believed to have come from Albury, and is a stranger in the lo cality.

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

"MODERATE. BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published evenrTu.eday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, NOVEMILIER 2. .1886. TIE disturbed condition of Europe and the distrust which is evfikred by the Great Powers against i',England, afford grounds for the gravest anxiety. Complications. occur so rapidly and then moves are so sudden in ,lesphere of diplomacy and intrigue, tlrh" while they are excessively puzzling, . they nevertheless indicate the very distur bed cbrdition of the political hbarometer. The most recent informattion points to two things, the one is that the Bul garian's difficulty will be permintted to settle itself without the occupation of that ter ritory, or the active interference of the Legislative powers who drew up the treaty-the other is that an ap parent understanding exists between France, Russia, and Turkey as to the nesessity of the evacuation of .Egypt by Great Britain. This, if true in part, or wholly, may, and probably will lead to serious results.- It becomes more appa...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

PASSING NOTES. -" -Sri tile- nev r-dying Buttets- -igetfTingi rp a ti ttilm nial:ti tlie great C. E. Jones, because thie latter has managed to work anothier of these little p ,ifts which are right enough for adorningtales, but don't "indicate any morals ivorth mentioning -C. E. it was whol induced the Assembly to sanction the grant of free railway .:passes to ex-members of :l'arlianient, and verily saith hisii faithful henchman, Butters, he shiuMl have his reward. Butters is a great getter-unp,:ut lihe does not always display a eufliciency of tact. IInd ihe simply lrlei up there ex-members bene fitted by the free pass system who are of the same kidney as Jones and himself the testimonial might haRe been made to gee. But my brave Butters must needs send a circular letter to that free and indepen dent spirit, Mr. J. L. Purves, Q.C. ; with what result those renders of the Chronicle who see the Atrgos know. Mr. Purees simply sent his circular direct to the great metropoliitan journal, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

SWanted. WATTLE BARK. 5( t G60 TONS best WATTLE B3ARK W anted at Melbourne prices. Silver ditto bought at its value. W. BALDERSON, Traralgon Tannery W ANTED.-A smart lad to make him self generally useful. Apply JOHN,M'LEAN, - Traralgon: Weetings. A PUBLIC MEETING of all supporters of Temperance, in connexion with the Dare to Do Right Lodge. I.O.G.T.. will be held in the Mechanics' Hall to-morroi eve. ning, at half-past seven o'clock. The mem bers of the Lodge will meet at 7 p.m. sharp. During the evening the evening there .will be a public INS fALLATION of OFFICERS of the Lodge, and the question of the desira bility and best method of erecting a TEM PERANCE HALL will be considered, and a Committee to take further action appoin ted. Temperance friends everywhere"arL invited to give their attendance and voice in the matter. The proceedings will be varied By order of the L.D. T. H. STRINGER, W.S. Tenders. TENDERS will be received i.p to Wed nesday, November 17th, for the: -pur chase an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

P U B L 'I C N O T 1 CE TIlE undersigned having secured the Traralgon Agencies of-3lesrs Ii. Guthridge and Co., auctioneers, &c.; W. T3-Culloch and Co, forwarding agents; also that of several Insiurdtice Companies, &c.. bees to solicit a few of the favors of the residents of "this district. J. R. BAIRID, . Advertising and General Commission Agent Taralgron. C R I C KETEIS' HOTEL. .MOl R.WELL I. O'FLARIERTY SDeirsmhis friends nnd the public to know that h h has purchase the above Hotel, which has recently been enlargel and nreno yated,annd which i'sitnated immediately OPPOSITE TIIE RAILWAY STATION. _ _____. WINES AND SPIIIlTS Of the best obtainable brands only are kept Son the premies anid'S'iecial arrange ments have been made for, the - convenience of iisitrs anid permanent boarders. --Note the asddress-- ' .. ? CIICKETERS';: HOTEIL.i SMOI... W ;O ELILC I . JOHN: HOPKINS, Fa-1U[I?__BUTCHET E AI) BAKER BOOLAIR'?A.'": :ONLY THE BEST BEEF SOLD.,> Fan fiics waited ~i ...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

RECEIPT AVD PAY OFFICE. - PAYMENTS. Traralgon-W. Wellwood, F. Mitchell H.) J. Sykes, E. Cummings, W. Duncan, J. Harkins, H. Hampton, J. A. Muirhead, Gilsenan, C. Murray. - Morwell-L. Scarlett, J. Fitzpatrick, J. -Caldwell, F. Nicholls, C. P. Nind, E. J. Bok, W. Richards. Rosedale-W. H. Spencer, T. Feely, R. Goodwin. LEASES. W. Allen, H. G. Biggs, IT. Cummins, J. Dwyer, W. Hardy, Walter Marotin, L. Marstin, W. Moore, A. F. M'Donald, H. L. Pettavel, J. Pryde, R. Riggall, J.. Shaw, E. L. Simmons, J. Shiells (a), P. Whelan, G. Whalley, senr., H. Whittles, P. Whlanu 31], G. Whalley. GRANTS. R. M. Chepnell, R. "M. Derham, T. Drane, R. DarIiig, W. Gould, F. Handley, G. Hollier, 0. Marri.g e, J. M'Donald, T. M'Namara, A. Nadenbousche [2], Thomas .Needham [41, T. Newman, J. Pvke,W. Pentridge, . Russell, E. Scarlett [2,1 E. Scarlett, C. Silcock, A. Wuttrich.

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CUP WEEK IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

CUP WEEK IN MIELBOUR.VL "Ya'as, I dare say it's all very fine, that is of course 'for Australia. But, my dear boy, I've seen the Dahly, and Ascot, and Goodwood, so you can hardly expect me to get up enormous enthusiasm even over the chief of Ans tralian meetings.!' The speaker was a good-looking fresh-complexioned young fellow dressed in the largely patterned checks, affected: by some :nglish tailors, and who was certainly not colonial either in style of dress or mainner of speech. His companion, a youth of a darker complexion, who had the uinnistakahlo cut of a resident in .the bush, laughingly answered. " 'Well, I don't.want you to guash, ut but 3you will come and see such sport as is going, I suppose." "Certainly, dear boy," was the reply, "and as 1 would like to compare your great gatherings-with the way we do these things in. Eigland-where do you vote we shall go on Tuesday. which is, 1 believe your great day." "If that is your temper," was the reply, "I de cide for the Hill-es...

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THE V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

TILE V.R.C. SPRING MIEETING. DERBY DAY. (From our own Correspondent.) On Saturday the greatest Australian meeting was inaugurated at Fleming ton, and a large concourse of people assembled to witness the day's pro ceedings. Though many of our leading colonists are away in England, the presence of so large a number of distinguished visitors, compensated for their absence. Sir Henry Loch, and his guests, the governors of New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania, were present as was also Admiral Tryon, and his oflicers. The programme opened with the Melbourne Stakes, and concluding with the Coburg Stakes, a grand day's racing was made up. The following are the results of the various events" ...... MELBOURNE STAKES. Of 5.sovs, with 300 added. W'-eight for: ,age. One 'mile and a qatrter ..L Loche's b c Isonomy, 4 years, 9st (quinn) . S. Miller's br h Boolka, aged, st 41b " I (Olds) ' 2 W, E. Royd's b c Bravo~ 3 ear~ , -: t llbb (Gallagher) ... . . Ten started. Betting: 2 to Isonomy, ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

l'RESBYTwERlAt CIIUtII r. The Rev. J. G. Wilson on S.?nay morning !r ;'ched to a crowded congrega. tiin from Acts Oth. 1-9, the subject being thb comversion of S'. Paul. The preacher said: As I biavc previously remarked, thi first we notice of Paul is in connection w :th the martyrdom of Stephen. lie fur. titer persecuted the disciples of Christ, and "bcabtiung threatenings" he get letters to perisinte them-men and women--een undo stiange cities, lie is presented tous as a pl a isoe, born in Tatuss-a ilae. of bad character-where he epent the ear:ier sears of his life. He was a Heir w of the t:ib of Brenjamin-and tne of the strictest of the sect-earnest to walk in all p.Lrt:culars according to the traditions ,.f the people. We cannot question his carnostness. lie hadt been sent at an early :. to Jerusalem to study untder Gamtaliel -: liberal pharisee-who would admit other things into his doctrine, :iven t.. tterance alndsound reasoning, as when the persecution of the discilles was go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 2 November 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, HEAD OFFICE-TRARALGON. GIVE careful attention to all Business entrusted to them. Periodical Markets Traralgon. Morwell, Toongahbie. Narracan:t Mirben, Trafalgar. Land and CleanringSale properly conducted. VALUATIONS made. LOANS ne'otiated. and Life and Fire IN SURANCE effected. ; -; :0AGExS FOR tionaldofewZeiland,Fire insu? nce Co Cotoloial tutmtlFire and Life Insurance Co. New York-Life Insurance. Co. New Zealand Mcr antile Agency Co. AUCTIONEE? s: I1a. JACKSON ORR, & MI. CRAS. SOM3IERS. GLENGARRY, SATURDAY;-NOV. 6TH. M ARRIAGE, ORR & CO. are favored with instructions from H;-Ws. Smith, Esq. (who hasle'sed his hot-l) to sell-. z nie? Spririgers, calves, mare,wagonnette, and harness, buggy mare, filly, by SMonarch, pigs, fowls, furniture and sundries Also. . -acre allotment 33 feet frontage to Main road by 5 chains depth. with new hall thereon 3Sx 19, pine floor, and twio roomed cottage. Terms. } Cash, balanc...

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