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The Largest Steamer in the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

The Largest Steamer in the World. Harper's Weddy of September 9 pub lishes tho following interesting descrip tion of the largest steamboat in tho world : ' Tho Old Colony Steamboat Company, operating the Fall River Lino of boats, and owners of the splendid steamers Bristol and Providence, wanted another steamer that should exceed even these iu size, elegance of finish, and speed. To satisfy their demands, Messrs. John Roach and Sons undertook to build for them the largest and fastest steamboat in the world. Lust July tho hull of this monster craft was launched from tho famous Chester sliip-yard, and was chris tened, in honor of the old Bay State, the Pilgrim. The huge boat, designed and built by constructor Farron, lias a length overall of 390 feet, an extreme beam of 87 feet, and a draught of 12 feet. Her nor mal rate of speed is to bo 20 miles an hour. Thus she is 10 feet longer than tho Bristol, two feet wider, one foot doepor, and is do signed to travel too miles an horn- faster...

Mr. H'Elhone on Dr. Lang. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

Mr. M'Elhone on Dr. Lang. At the Lang Memorial meeting in the Masonic Hall, on Monday evening, Mr. M'Elhone, M.P., made a characteristic speech, which is reported as follows by the Herald-. He had great pleasure in being there, not as a matter of form, but because he believed that Dr. Lang was the noblest and best man that ever set foot in Australia, and he believed we should never see his like anain. Thev huA been told that they ought to subscribe a large sum in order to raise a memorial worthy of the late Dr. Lang, but if they did that they would not stop at the £35,000 that had been spoken of ; they would have to go tnto six or seven figures. He did not agree with what Sir John Bobertson had said, that a statue to the memory of Dr. Lang should be the first consideration. Dr. Lang did not care about statues. The money should be devoted lather to travelling scholarships to enable the sons of artisans to go to other countries and learn for the benefit of this country that Dr. Lang d...

SOUTH SEA OUTRAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

SOUTH SEA OUTRAGES. A Brisbane telegram says : — The schooner | Roderick Dhu, engaged in the labour trade, has arrived at Maryborough from . Polynesia. On her [outward voyage she curried a number of nativos whose term of service in Queensland had expired. Shortly after leaving 'Maryborough an in sane islander ran amuck, and tomahawked Mr. Fellows, the Government agent. Tho madman was immediately shot dead. While the Roderick Dhu was recruiting islanders, her boats were frequently fired upon fron the shore. Bifles nave become so plentiful in the islands generally re sorted to for labour, that recruiting has become exceeding difficult and dangerous. Some of theSodericklDhu's' return boys' land at Paama, and wero immediately seized and murdered, and afterwards eaten by tlio inhabitants. Tho Roderick Dhu .spoke the schooner Holcna(also from Maryborough), who reported that some of her ' boys' wore landed at Apy, and immediately murdered by tho people there. Tho bodies, which wero loft on...

Peace Policy v. Out-throatism. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

Peace Policy v. Cut-throatim. The undisguised hatred to all concerned in this paper as exhibited in every issue ! of our contemporary is as sickly as it is srny, and tho public are heartily tired of the malicious references that constantly appear. To show the feeling that ani mates tbe proprietor of the other paper 'we 1 print hereunder, a letter written to the , proprietor of this Datier. Our first; infon I tion was to consign it to the waste paper , basket, but on second thoughts we think j it best to reply through the paper that we decline to hold any communication with the writer, except in print, and thus under the eyes of the public. The letter speaks for itself and its publication is the last re ference we intend to make to th© person referred to. 0ffice» Bega, — October 21atf 18S2, — Proprietor Standard, — Sir,— I can cut your throat in type with all the pleasure in life ^ but I have no wish to pick your pocket, nor do 1 intend you shall petty Jar oency me, if I can help it....

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

Wolumla Items. Tiie regatta was very well patronised, and a fine day. Particulars ?will reach you. Panbula has boon fixed for a Court of Petty Session. A boon to that place and Monmbula, whoso people have to go to Eden for tho transa&ionjjf business. Licensing Court at'Bega to-day, we ex pect to see a public Dpejlod here to-day, it is wanted. ? Sfr . A horse got his two fore legs smashed last Wednesday, itijjeoaine restless, and began backing until it got its legs be neath the wheels of a dray, the rider was pitched off, but not hurt, the horso was shot. Tho contractor for the Wolumla School of Arts commonccd at the building last 'Wednesday. A Bega man is going to start in the bakory line here. Mi-. Amheim, the surveyor, and his crow are still in our midst, doing the initiative for our much coveted Bailway line. Tho first lot of wool came down this week. Already about twelve teams have passed through, and I hear of about a score at hand in a day or two. The Panbula Brass Ban...

The Eelectors' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

The Selectors' Conference. The result of the Free Selectors' Confer ence is the following set of resolutions. The work of tho Conference would havo been more useful if the representation of the colony had been more complete, but the result of thoir deliberations will be read with interest especially on the eve of a dahn.+A in fholTonea r»r» fVia Nntxr T.orxl Bill. '|BeBolutions were passed embodying the following principles : — INDISPENSABLE REFORMS. 1. Abolition of auction sales. 2. Abolition of improvement sales, and im provements not to bar selection. 3. Deposit on selections only Is. per acre, and balance by 19 annual instalments ot le. per acre. 4. Transferee of c.p. within 10 years of its beirig selected to reside one year. 6. Abolitibn of courts of inquiry, and estab lishment of local land boards. TO CHECK MONOPOLT, 1. That this conference recommends the abolition of auction saleB, other than town and suburban lots. _ 2. That no lessee be allowed to purchase by virtue of impr...

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] COOMA RACES. COOMA. 9TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From otit' Tciq/raptttc Gprrefpondentt.'], . COOMA RACES. . / COOMA. 9th November. - . lliiDEjr Plate; Lrtcind^,- ;l6t?vJProctor, ?nd. Birthday Handicap : Rhodee, 1st ; Gazelle, - 2nd; Reinieer,:i3r-L. Shorts:; 'Reindeer, 1st; Gazelle, 2ql : Rhodee, 3rd.. - \s'\.

Candelo Items. THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

I Candelo Items. ? THE COUHT. IIhe formal opening of tho Candelo Court it Petty Sessions on Monday last was remarkable, principally for the attendance if the magistrates. Mr. John Davis, our Bega.' P.M., presided, and- Messrs. Henry ITren, C. T. Stiles, G. P. Korrison, and lames Osborne, Justices of the Peace, were dso present. There wero no cases, and (omparatively no audience, the reason !.!.» 4-Vi n f n tl lTnnnvf n nf hhIa a( DdlUj; lamu «*u. x**u.v ouwivu ouiv VIA Mr. John Kennedy's property at Colombo drew away the bulk of Candelo residents. Ihore 'was one cose, however, a summons lor drunkenness, but the individual, a man named Bentley, was not there. Had Ie put in an appearance he would .pro bably have got off ' scot free,' but as he neglected to answer to the summons, a mrrant was issued to compel his attend ing. The Bench wrote for certain 'fixins' ind asked that Senior Constable Smythe fhould be appointed acting C.P.S., After tho Court rose the Bench and the legal talent ...

MERIBULA REGATTA. MERIMBULA 9th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

. tffiRIMBULA REGATTA, , - I . Mehimeuia, 9th November. The Regafta was lately attended. Maiden Race, Black, l,;.;Woollard, 2; Davidson, 3. Bden-Raqp: Power, X; -Davidson, 2; Greer, 3. All Comets'. Race: Black and Woollard,.!; Power anl Davidson, 2. ^Members' Handicap : Weaker, ! ; -Woollard, 2. : The absence of Bega memberawas noticed ; everything pasGed .oS , successfully.. . - ' . . SYDNEY, Ifov. 9. Sin Jon BoEEttTSON moved the 2nd reading ! of the j and Bill yesterday,, in. a speech of about 3 ours duration, traversing the work ing of tl : land' laws for the past quarter. . of 'a ' century. ' His speech was , listened to with marked itteiition, but without any demon- : stration of enthusiasm. He announced his1 intehtioi to stand by the main principles of i the- Bill -Mr.- Stuart followed- in a telling speech o over two hours in strong opposition to the m- isure. He was frequently applatTded from the opposition and. cross-benches. Upon . th'emoti not Mr. 'O'Connor, the debate was...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

HTe ga standard-' and after 15th NOVEMBER this will be issued on f i:nS*ESDA r -t sa tubda r moenixgs. H| jjtuscniTTiON Rate, payable in advance, re the same. No Ikcileabe in charge for ^MKrcrtisements. BBr Litekauy Supplement of 14 columns ?Ejtii Saturday's paper. ?I ps' Job P Anting at Stdnev Puices. HB Wit. NEILLEY, Proprietor. ^?nHE auction sale of ? Towamba Dairy Farms 'WILL TAKE PLACE ? AT BEGA H HrdESDAT, 23th of NOVEMBER ^Etg' For full particulars refer to Auction Advertisements. ? rixon and MACLEOD, B Auctioneers, Bega.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

' ;2S!S§s&- i 1c ? j i'-. i'1 V. -Ti] ^ ' igEGA DISTRICT CLUB ' ANNyUAL . RACES; MVUt ;7- arHUKS-D'AlT UiKD Fe|d aTj!' - ; (llthand.l2th Janjiar^^Sil'6 ,1D jmxm: *-M J-} ' ?; ' .'HAxnicAi*AnB:' I * *''' M ' i ;v M«.«ra- Wm. Bison, Vn; Dow, Win. Wren. r - '? ?'?-: '? i' ' Stewaum: ;? ? ' 11 ' Messrs. M. J. Peden.C. W. Maclebd, W. W. — ? Wron. Henry Otton, B. Lipsojjmb, A. L. m lianninp, P. MacNaroara. Stmithe : Mr. James Cochrane. ? ? Clerk op the Oouesb: M^-Chas. jUcGregoi! , ,fm FIR6T DAY, THURSDAY* JANUARjf, 1883/ .1/ ; (First Iteec to start at 12.90 WKm.) MAIDEN PLATE, of 60 sovs. ; fot all horses fhat never won a prize cxcoeding £211 at time ot- ? ' nomination rea«lung secretary ; atao for ,fcOTS£;' OV oia winners; TOgitforiigp; dirtimtolj ttMJ. Penalties for winning aftnr nomination, x.2bj,oiD. extra; '^fi0.'7lb. extr^., Nomination! with fee of leov. will now bo rtceivod by the secretary at TattaBall'e. 7j' M.-fil i«l ' ? ? (8geond«M»ta(lKt«U VJttloiMiM vf to TRIAL STAK...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

[REUTER'S ^ TELEGRAMS:] LONDON, Wedne^HA'5,.' | Porth despatched a special commissioner to the Khedive ; on matters relating to thelatter'-s . restoratioh^' iind for the preservation of Suze rainrighitsibf.the'Sultan./ ? 1 r.-' i sanctidli any extension ^f^terrftory- in the; Transvaal. . united States elections so tar m tavour ol Democrats..: .' Workhouse at. Halifax' destroyed by fire ; 60 invalid paupers burnt to death! , ? , . Floods in England Btopped traffic on'seyeral railway lines.' ?' ' ; i',' , 30 miners buried alive in a colliery .explo- ' sion in Derbyshire. . ' ? Sir Stafford Northcote has given notice of a qUostion to ask Mr . Gladstone to fix a day for the debate in reference to British occupa tion of Egypt. ', LONDON, Thursday. Mr. Gladrtone states .the defeat of PropedoTe Bill would prove disastrous, but'ih interests of Ireland;, he also announced 'himself as per sonally favorable to':a Liberal 'measure of Local Government for Ireland. _ V. ' Sultan positively denies...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions ex pressed by correspondents.] . .(To the Eflitar of thr flr'jn Standard.) Sib, — It is almost too late to attempt correction of your reports of the late Dis trict Court cases, but surely if ' report ing' be worth anything accuracy in re porting should be paramount. Who is your legal, or other reporter, for enquiry is quite baffled to find -out. About the absurd reports of the petty matters in which I was personal ly concerned I don't caro, but who, if you ploaso, reported Mr. Bland as tho attorney obtaining tho non suit in tho action Stewart v. Jlt/an in place of your humble servant Y After 3G years I can treat the supposed 'kudos' of winning or gaining a case with all butin differcnco, but it so happens that the case involvedseyeral 'knotty' legal questions, hence I felt an interest— apart from lawyer's fee— in obtaining the nonsuit. You report it as secured by Mr. Bhind, ?whom I was very happy to congratulat...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

A SFLMM1) OPPORTUNITY. , i .- . ' Kf* ' TO . PASTIES EEQUIBING ' V . : - BOOTS AND SH OES. ?'-y 05* HAVE JUST OPENED «£o A MAGNIFICENTfi ASSORTMENT OF ZAi? s',,^;®e N f s* c n 1 l d r e N'.s 4a '? BOOTS SHOES. J THESE GOODS l^elj^ii^gEEBCTEI) FERSONAT.T.V -Ty'1 nmt IN SYDNEY, ' and FABr ' SURPASS ALL OTHER: SHIPMENTS. LADIES' GLOVE BID BOOTS, . LADIES' GLACIE trm BOOTS, LADIES' .LASTING' HESSIAN , ' Ladies' Exliibitiou — goloshcd fill round, LADIES' HOUSE AND WALKING BOOTS, : ?». . V LADIES' mTSSIAN LEATHER, fjARTTMT',RP,J ,m-l r!AT.'F TTTD ? .' ' Gentlemen 'a, Slove^ 303, Russian Jseat7ver} Gailf, Moch Balmorals, ? n\ €i^Ua% Sfovoting^Z^'or SphriMdty^ietjji. (t|» Children's GlpVe, Mock Lace, Lasting Morocco, Russia Leather, 'Glace Kid, Fancy Kid, Enamelled and Plain Leather. ft?* A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF ?LADIES1, GENTS* AND CHILDREN'S : ' SHOES MD SLIPPERS IN; ENDLESS VARIETY. / ?HUGHES, JONES AND CO., ALBION $T$RE&; ' ',rV,\ ^JEWELLERY! ' JEWELLER¥ -i j! | MR. A. H. BAMBERG ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

GENERAL NEWS, Boring rods in use at Cooma. Caterpillars a nuisance at Wagga. ,, 80,000 at Flemington on Cup Day . : , Standard run into another ' century.' Eiandra Gold Mining Co. resume, work. . Sting sold to Mr. J. J. Miller for £3000. Towainba sale attracting notice on all side's. Next Cooma raoes 21st and 22nd ^February. ' Dlawarra railway works employ nearly .600 ? inen. I Candelo P. C. sigh for fresh roads to ' con quer.' Prince of Wales' birthday a close holiday in ' Bega. . ? , ? Mr. E. K. Cox purchased Darebin for 1550 . guineas. ' ? , Fire Brigade meeting next Thursday ; roll up all hands. .. . Sir William McArthur, of Camden . Park, died of old age. j;,, ; Hi. Isley has contract for idditipns toBraid: wood pubho school. , , , Bombala show next year . fixed for 27th and 28th Feburnary.. Land ab'out Glen Innes will yield: it is said ' 40bushplsto theacre.. . . ., ; . .A man at Bombala fined £5 for, leaving a .fire burning in. the bush. , , H. ' M. S. Nelson docked in. the A...

Gala Day at Bermagui. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

I Gala Day at Bermaerui. By our Special Corresmndent. iUESDAY week was a day that will be re membered for some timo by the people of Berinagui On that day between three ana four hundred people assombled at the little seaport, to witness the launch Ot the first vessel ever built in this district, ihe day could not be finer if it had been madfi fin rtTY?At» ? 1- JL ? *1 Tf .T ? --w., ^iiu. ixom au parts | ot the surrounding neighborhood took ad vantage of the holiday. The schools were i all closed, some having a holiday granted, ! while others were closed through the ab sence of all the scholars. At about half past 11 o'clock the Shipwrights com menced to knock away the supporting wedges, and get things all clear for the launch. When everything was in readi ness, Miss Moorhead, who acted as sponsor on the occasion, took charge of the bottle of champagne, which. was sus pended from the bow of the vessel by coloured streamers. Tho schooner was now held in position by two loops of stout ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

gAZA A R !! BAZAAR!!! A GRAND BAZAAR XX AID OP ST. PATRICK'S NEW CHURCH, bega, WILL BE HELD ON Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 23 an, 24th, and 2oTtt NOVEMBER. who havo sifkindly consented to hold stalls, ' WILL DISPOSE OF W CHOICE AND RARE .£8 Novelties! Novelties! AM) BEAUTIFUL WORKS OF ART. THE SALE OF W PRODUCE, POULTRY, AND CATTLE will bo hold on the LAST DAY OF THE BAZAAB. J. M. MAIIER, Hon. Sec. Q J., BRAITHWAITE, Ghwrclo Street, Siega, Has J ust Roceived a Largo Assortment at Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, which he now can oflfr to the public — AT SUCH MODEjKATE PKICES — -? that will ensure a /lick sale, every articleJeing of fee Boat Quality. SATiSB&irfrioy Mlibantekd. Ladie* QAd Wi^chas icoJsZ upwards. $ Gentlemeys and^^ilver Watches — - Hunyng an^ various makers. Gold and Silver Alberts— Designs. Locketp of Every Shtpe and aze. Ladies' Alberts— Galatea— Largo Assortment a ? Broochesj' Earr'ngs, in Gold and Silver, Latest Patterns. APPLY FOR EVERYTHING ! COME AND INSPE...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

Advertisements, ? , TTTANTED — A FAMi(lY «- : milk. 150 a VV Cows. — Ajgly^ M WANTHD Situatioa asi'HOU SEKJSEPER . . ; to (lie or Sj/o/sMye gmtlemen by widow with Ine 16pf-/ApWfc_ ' I ' .. ? / / B, f ost Office. ; WANKED i«in# Anprtintdcel r to: Cheese-. daMnJ/Ainliifcan bode.— Avpfy, . '} Offioe of ^isplqp'.'. f r \ ; i,; WATTLE BARK. ?£? Wanted 20. Bark ' Strippeal and Jm Byk Choppers. — Apjilyto . Of jby letter OTEden. r!/ V. M ; r.)( . ! ATERL()Or STORES for LADIES' TRIMMED HA.TS.-^A. Nicely Trim-, . med Hat 6/9, rapl priice'lQn.^' J J ILB jlfey)RENCH. ' aterlq/ stoire/toiuboots:^ , :Gent£®est &aglish Boots only 13/6, usual price, 18/6. , -. - ALBERT FRENCR. virAarraD.— tW good MiitERS, »y ' pp^jpa J _ i# -nv.' \ 'g- B^j)j&3louftain, — J or at thisyfficp; j j ; TITANTED TO 1 IE KNOWN, tlfit at .rAL'-' i : , W - i BlfiRT FRXiNCHrayon 1000 yards DEEss'MATEi3iAis, ^pe neTpSLpatterns; , a special line, very- CbapT* 12Ja. per, yard, usual price,. 16d. p er yard. : ' r...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

Church Services. Church of England. »~)IVINE 8BEVICE *ni be held *t St. Jobn'B Bcg«, ^ ererjr Sunday Homing and craning. M ?Mr Communion on the FlntSundAjrinSrvy Month, fioly fiatottan ©a the flrwt flondnf in ewy imtti N.B. In coses trf necessity the Sacrament HMpUsui 'will be odministcrod at iiif tine im pjaflp _ (or. U.—Tarragaada, 8. pjn. ?or. IB.—' WTallagoot, IS. noon. |Fot. jt.— Xfcnja, f ,80. p.m. ? ? ? ' ? D. E. EVANS-JONBS, Vicar. . Kambkoka PAEisn. — ' 0or. tS.~Samerakit.il. ub. [EG.]; Ttetoimgl^ ?or, 1?.-Oolombo, 11.90. [HC.1; CandckJJW. par. 2G,— Kuneruka, 11. a,m. ; wolumla, 8. p.m. ITor. 15.— MogUla, yjo. p.m. B. EABL. Dzstmct op Pakbuli ahd Edm Kot. IS.— ttowamba, 11.30. ajn..; Itanagita, 8. pJn. Hot. 19.— Eden* 11 un. ; Panbola, 8.80 p.m. } jur* tabula, 7.90 p Js. ? (Cot. W—Bocky Hall, 11 ftjn. ; 'Wyndham, 8 pjn.» FHnbola, 7.89 p.m. » ' Collections will be made at cadi of the above m®® on behalf of the dhuidi sodetjr for the RICHARD LEIGH, Oezgrmab. HoBUVA l*AfeIflH....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1882

NAviGAIlbN^ L'.-' ?SB New Soi^Swmship ALLOW- T -? # i 0r -, leave 88 fo1' ; ? ! at io:!^ ; Eden 'every Satdhdat Moiotng, at ' 8, for Passengers. ; ? - . ~ -- MEBIMJinLi '^ery'SATDEBAT, 'at ? 9 .30 :.jj] 1 a.m.-fof Passengers. VI i ,-i yTnhA ejjjXy §§i™'DAT- ^ *or. ill' OAfeG^i' AjiijVy EBJ3D, and taken JLrd the :\y flpvSJ^viz., FRIDAY. . L and Fre^ts'fy Iiow&st Hates. '? ' 'Bti flight . for Dead: Speight ? and Measure .»r 20s. perton-i/Hftii. ;-.'nI ' . ,f\' M Charge for Meals on Board dunng, 4o- - - ? - - ? TjV jGmsD??,, fi *7 A e|bn^1% HOTfeT feEPN. ^AWT^ 3$A'VlGAJl6fr _'«j| I HE SPEENDID ^EiUSHIPS ' ~ HiflUmanf ' and ''^Gnnna.'' ^9 pi jo grBray.„Tasman,.Thu:reaay,;,Nov. 3#™ ?ttkConn£iW M^fe'Nov.l 27tii^; Tasman, Fov-» F ^HnAfasmarirM^^w?^:1 8^* 1 MA H £jJ -h\ T .-ttn nEBTQN .i-^Gorinna; ? Saturday,1 ^?^EsT'to . HoBAET'r'i-Tasinan, WedneiHay,1' Booi ^B^'Wist ^very -endeavor 'will be mads to T ^fc=Jto thiiiabla, -thfeCompaiiy yriH no|be ^KspoEble f of any deviation, t ' i. ...

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