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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. Nullius addictus jurare in verba magistri. Hon. Biassed by no man's dictum. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

To T'in EnDiTroa oi T·i Mcr 'rtiow Nullius addictuajurare in vtierba ia* dfrt 36r16e:t Biassed by no man's di~f " , . I . assuming 'te nominis umrba of " Apollý-. tary to the Nine," in a sportitre sally ,hich :.pieied in" a recent number of your Piper, it aMsati's Ibhat " vrfvd 'd4rawn the Editor of the Gazett into a?IiAifb?i w. p mrits of the '.8SoithAshan Riegister. 0 e take:much honour .tou:himself, in the .contest,. I;_cs gladly caught at the plural Style of that article, inuoinder to assume, that it was penned " by a Juntisa, comnpoed of the persons imhediately interested in ttib siceses of thg work.--An asi~umption that I assure you has ?no fo~udation whatever in: truth. . The fact.?s,.t bt, the no vel idea, was conceived .And. esecuted within ten aninutes, as the style su ficiently indicaked n: iid as' nothing se&rius 'was intepded by it, iid I once perused the atifles Afier pn.Pisniag it, I may venture to.say, that: no, pause of;:of fence would have ever existed on t...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

'To THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, SIR, THE situation of Organist has been filled up, I am given to understand, without a iallgt among the Subscribers;. and I am the rather inclined to believe the Report, as I have re ceived no intimation myself of any Meeting to be convened for the purpose. Without adverting'to what appears to me to be an assumption by the Rulers of our Church, over mat., ters in which they are, if any tbing,.but the nere Agents of the Subscribers, I shall merely content myself with shewing the improper use they have made of such assumption. THE Rev. Gentlemen appear to me to consider an Organ, not as an instrument of tune, but an instrument of charity : the question seems to be, not, who can play the Organ best, but, who of the musical men in t/4e Colony, is the most connec ted with the Clergy ? Now Sir, of two men equally skilful in the craft and mys teries of Organ-playing, I might be inclined to give the situ ation of Organist to.him who most needs such an addition...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

• . pn S itVliZe .t. Alrrwa.-. Oh Friday from Port DaTrrytpfel9th.L s inst: ti~ .Schooner H.tty, Capt.' Hassel, Lading, wool, hides; , 56 sheep and 3,600 bushels wheat.-fassemgeru Messrs. Whitchurel?, and Rankin;;. Mrs. Patten. and'??iild;... 16tshootier Henry, Capt. Dennis, from Port Dalrymple, sailed with the H.ETT.V.. ,jading, skins, potatoes and 1,00?. bushels Wheat.,--Saturday. Sloop. Nortliumberland,.. from I.obrt Tlwn 14th, inst.. ýhe;brings 32 Puncheons Ruin, and. 2 pipes of gin,:. from -the slnme place.--The Sctoo ner" Pr rnce of Denmark, wit, kangaroo s)in~a,. Mustard,. parc lment, 950. buslels :..mal, ;and 1,000. bushels Wheat.- - . " - ,Projýoted :Departure. ---Thu Currency Lass, fbri Port Dalrymple, .the. Crambridge,;for IBtavid, " 4ie liiabeth, Syimr Hobart 'Town, the Brig Lord 'Rodney, for Hobart •Town, the Albion, for London direct. The'.He?ltg . Laiuxcestori, in a?few dasys. REMAIN IN 4IAIDOUt Ui.d#h H. M. ?. Phadora.- Elisabet4l Champuion, Alfi.ed, C'am6rid4e, Medi...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

To TEE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, Tnu recent Acts of the Tasmanian;Government, serve well as a climax to the i :eries`'-f tho0e ,ill~ advised: Regulations, which have ..gained for itt a'wel?"-aperited unpopularity. Had the Governmernt Blee' desirous. of cheeking the "advancement of the Colony, 'they. could not I aplirefiend, by possibility, have done it more elfec-' tually than they have, done :' and it is really hard to, imagine, that men in their sober :senses should attempt to ameliorate the condition of a countryi by4hbeadop tion of Acts which historical' experience has proved, to have a retrograding effect. And yet, the Government of Van Dieman's Land, is always. mentioned by its Defen ders, as being well-meaning ; and this quanity is ever brought in as a salvo, to the, host of objections raised. against it. But is it not strange,. Sir, that this well meaning Government, should never have hit upon some one important arrangement that was productive of pbpular satisfaction ?. Ad...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

A - PERSON .'.who has several monus unempl6~d i?during the week, would devyte tlremr t'~"5~rl'htle man needing thie' ,sistanie of an'amanuensis. Letter ,addressed Z.. Z. at the OdIice of the Monit6r will be .nediatly attended to . - BOARD" AND LODGING: HOUSE;: G o FIAZARD Bookbinder, begs to' inform the resi 'denits of yduey, Captains of Vessels; and others, that' he has now accommodation for Fotur or Five more Gentleien,''at his Board and Lodging House,, North end, George Street, Sydney, late resideace of Mr. '(emp, Sail Maker, where he ensures comfort and convenience to his'Patrons. A two stalled-Stable to Lett. October, 20tli ~ 8?7. SSPERM CANDLES.. T HE above Article for health, ecquomy,and brilliancy of light, any comments would be .useless ; are now selling by the undersigned, by the box, A. Polack, 61,' George Street. N. B. For Cash only,' no orders will be attended to without. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF GENTLEMEN AND FAMILIES OF THE HIGHEST RESPECTABILITY. G WHITE, bentist, iegs...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

Co jisarat tQ4e, WaY yO'c fiber18,18' 7. SER? :S, desirous of- undertakin to furpish any of R-tbatSupplies, it the Statiobhs itideti?entioned,; for 12i Month', from the .5th bf' De e'be next, ar' re?quested to transmit their /Propols,, in' ?ritinlg, to this -o/fce, sealed- and' endorsed:'"'T!ndei,'" at' 12 o'Clocl of Moni day, the 18th November Proximo: • i SYDNEY.--Bread and :Fresk Beef.--H. M's Troops, Transport Ships, The Gaol, . Hyde Park Barracks, Car .ter's Barracks, Grose Farmn, Longbottom, Phanix Hulk, and Prisoners out of Barracks. Bread, Beef, Mutton, and Milk.--The Hospitals. Vegetables-Th eGaol, Phoenix Hulk, Hospitals. PARRAMATTA-Bread and Fresh Beef-H. M's Troops, The Gaol, The Hospital, The Female Factqry, 'The Prisoners' Barracks, and Prisoners out of Barracks. Mutton.--The Hospital, Milk-The Hospital, The Female Factory Vegetables-The Gaol, The Hospital, The Female Factory. LIVERPOOL.-Bread and Fresh Beef--H: M's 'Troops, The Gaol, The Hospital, The Lunatic Asylum, ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

e Oft" .*he lo.t Outer to O' we'skatwfstad5l; greatly obicdo them t` iguidate the same at their ear~ li0t oiein ence. n .uýadertuin friends are ahdad aoareme, that our shurges S Ri! · ~i ? miina e as th'ose of The" Australian. ;:1,W'ioagai-etake the opportunity to -remind all persons who • pa gpo9dj at'tMei onitor O. e,,or to our Agents up the Country? to demand a printed.Receipt:eisneifinrthaei?and r44in of E;'S. ..'ltll. - No other Receipts for, mone Sdidi on our account fQr Journals, Advertisements, or on., an"vother l~Coont, can be .ack~howledged'by'' .s *,5eueral of bur Subscribers having, on settl»pg.thei accounts, re Swesed a deduction for euch numbers of 'our Journa Uas they S. aleged they. ha net r ec wqed, ,we take this opportunity to state, S thatd a country where theire is no Post, it would cost us more. to the delvery It -thedoor of op-countr scrIbers to ,than ioe charge for- It.. !l'heifore, we cannot by, -" . sady;*a spistre its 4liry out of Sydney. All we can do is, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

"f 4" ' CHANTER. :?Ti'HIS celebrated Chesnut Coach Horse, 'who, foir sze, .Isymmetry, and strength, stands unrivalled in the Co lony, will stand this Season at the places and on the days: specified below-Viz. At Mr. Deane's, Western Road, on ?4ondays. Mr. James Underwood's Half-way House, Tue$diys. Mr. J. Smiths Cross Keys Parramatta and Mr. Hugh Kelly's, Windsor Road, Wednesdays. Mr. D. Smallwood's, Pitt Town, Thursdays. Mr. John Town's Richmond, Fridays. . Mr. John Harris, Nepean, Saturdays. Terms-Ten Dollars each Mare, and one DI1hr'"i, tlhe. Groom. 'YOUNG HECTOR. T HIS' celebrated Hbrse" will staid" durinig'the S?sa I . a t the undermentiohed places viz:. Mr.. John Patrick's, Campbell Town.. . Mr. Thomas Colloghan's,'Liverpool. --; Mr. Samuel Blackman's, Coblerty. Mr. Matthew Highland's, Prospect.. ,. Mr. Callaghan's, Appin. Young Hector was fornedly the property df Mr. Sa muel Blackman, Bnt. nowi belohgs to_ M#. Oblloghan. He was got by that. vill-know~i Blppd Horse Hector 'out...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

DIA.&Y', MEMORANDU?H FOR THE ,EN8tING WEEK. j I SON rises 21 minnteb after. . ', " . I High Water, 59 min. past 2 Morn.-32:min. past"3 "Att: .- Sun sets 40 min. past 6, , ..... ' I High Water, 5 min. past 4 Morq.--39.min. past 4 Aft." High Water, 15 min. past 5 Morn.-43 min .D'5onuv. Day increased 3 hours 47 minutes ... ...,. I Moon 12.days old. a. . . . F 'AllSaintf day. ' High Water 12 min. past 6 .Mot.-46 owip. past.6 Ev.' e Day 13 hours 24 min. long. ,. " All Soul's Day. High Water 13 min.i past 7 $1orp.-42n.min. past 7Ev. a eI Equation of 'Time.;-S'ii. on the. meridian of Sydney, 15 min. 53 sec. before 19 mearn time . . . 21st. Sunday arter Trinity. High Water 10 min. past 8 Morn.-3 n min, ?aul,8 r l v. Full Moon 19 min. past 3 Morning.'- ', . , High WVater, 56 iin. past 8' Morn.-10 min. past 9 Nt. .n Anti-Popish Gunpowder Plot, 1605. Weather sultry with blightiihg winds. . Month of November. GARDEN.--Pla Cabbages. but keep tthem watered, or the drought will kill thim. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

DEATHS. We have the pain to record the death of CAPTAIN BROTHERIDGE, a Gentleman long-resident in the Colony, and greatly esteemed by all who knew him. There is something deeply melancholy in the prema-   ture death of this Gentleman. He himself was in the full vigour of manhood, bidding fair to live to an old age. His late spouse (Miss Johnston of Annandale) was also in the bloom of life. She, her husband, and one of two beautiful children, are all suddenly found asleep in the arms of death. On Saturday Morning, Mr. ALEXANDER, of the Com-   missariat.                                

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

.., 3a a. 4Il.;o t t . tseiof onpe ; fro Barnett Glover. It appeared in evidence that Barnett who is a turner, by many honest turnings of wood and pence, ..tdoamass eight pounds, which he deposited in a o?olWlle Ggattla, lias" -night-cap, as a Oittf y substitute; for a less costy occupant. 'J?ohn and Bi?itt were tittiates, and in the ungtiarded imoments of friendship, Glover showed Kettleworth his riches, and the latter out of pure regard for his friend took' an earlyr -I'hportunity to disencumber him of the weighty charge. bThip demonstration of friendly.feeling towards the com . plainsnt, being "cotrary to certain Statutes made and SpgPYvided for the .sec3yrity ol property, the prisoner was committed to tiakes his trial for the offence. "· "h '`Murphy was comiplainied of by Mr. Dixon fori ''.rdmikenness and, riotous coniuct. .The prisoner is Mri. *rl.. .assigned servant, and when jintoxicated is very ppgovernable and easily excited to commit acts of hos tility towards 'his fellow ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

DOMESTIC IN'NTE SLLIGENCE.- ._ BgELL, the .]ngra?er, who died of the consequences inflicted by a cu tfrom. a spade by one Stuart, was a, man of a most harmless disposition, excessively good natured -and forgiving. Idle and drunken, he would never work, so long as he could borrow a shiljing, or beg a meal. Nevertheless, he was an excellent ,workman. whenever he was compelled to labour. WE understand Mr., Pittman's Warehouse in, George Street, attracts all the beauty and fashion of Sydney. and its.environs, to examine and purchase his elegant assortment of China goods. Every thing (particularly his Teas) is of the best quality, and at reasonhble prices. Mr. P. is a Gentleman of public spirit and urbanity, and we wish to see him prosper. GOVERNMENT has offered a reward of -ten pounds for the conviction 6f the parties who lately robbed the Lumber-yard. - TaH meeting of the' proprietors of the, Old Bank takes -place next. Wednesday week. They will nrot have had lime to digest the new dee...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

of tljijtdtt.Catt tle e an cuaiqted .. bivihe manag o TlSiaok, tOeUntertake the _.eWA 8upridntendence of the Cattle and Horses, be lo~g tai th .e'tat of ; the late, Dr-rWewntworth,. Esq.. As a b slary willdbei giveni; none:but-a. person pf uando~ibted respectability and.capacity±, for the employ ,menoiaeed -..pply. i, Enquire at: the :Oflice of. W. C. Wewoei i aEsq. Ksa '. . , F .1 OOR" ALE by '.:blic Auctioi,, by Mr, Robert Cooper, -by order. of the EJeciutors .of the .late J.3 Nicbhiits deceased, on6huf ksday the'1st day of Novem ber next, in the Market place Sydney, 60 .ead ,of horne4 Cattle of 'ai. excellent. breed, cosisting. oof Male anrid Femaes of different ages well Worthy"the attentio? ' of Graziers &e. , ; J. .L TN,"" iSolicifor to the xec tor. t A'k. BIADRIDGE'S STORES, No '".? ' CASTLERRAGHI STREET.. Oi? bdismposed of, the following goods,,on Comi s si onrigetlenitemi's town-nuade dress ..oats, waist coats,., dress trowsers, surtout coats, . shootipg jackets;. c...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

LONDON NEWSPAPER CHAT. TuEoAALw ' WoIE ToiNE.-Of the many:biogrkpihicai? notices which have been recently published, there is none, in our opinion, which is- calculated to excit 'so deep an interest among a considerable class of persons as the Life of Theobald Wolfe' Tone, which has_ just issued from the American Press,. and which is :now in, circulation in this country. AAmong . the maSr' of. men distinguished by talent and virtue; who were implicated in the insurrection of 1798. there was no one possessed of more active energy, true caurage, and unaffected talent than the subject of this Memoir. Previous to the affair of 1798, Mr. Tone was compelled to leave Ireland, and he fled to America, whence, early in the year 1796, he landed at Havre as. the representative of the disaffec ted Irish, for the purpose of soliciting the aid of the Directory in the furtherance of an extensive rebellion which was then organising in Ireland. The work con tains Memoirs of Tone, written by himself, ...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

INEY M AI TS. . T. ' ..M?i.e?,,ts, ar.e, excessively 4:1du hardly,: any.-graiA-.r was , to be'had.on:lThursday,.., .Such a~sias in the nIarket? wr.: t'Rughti?.*at thi old prices. This is igenerally, ad'ulLseas9 ; . •. the ra7ierrs and'ftirime htvet nea:Iel exhausted'. their8st6ct: n .. , : hana,.and the Harvest from theiinipecedented' dirought, pro-.', Smisea but.a* very. canty supply for the ensuing year. For the Same' reasou it will be difficult to obtain good fat cattle, which " will consequently fetch a high price,w.wile .lean.bea?ts will. ,:fal, proportibnably in value. Wheat .(s. to 7s. per Bushel,---Maize '6. :to. 1 . 6cl--Pbotatoes,' b's. to 15s. per ewt -Fine Flour, 13s.; sterling. per 100 lbs. Second d6: IOs,--Pullard2is.-Bran Is. Gd.---Biead 3ld. 'it~ 4jd, per 21b., Leaf,--Cape Butter. l.. lAd per lb.-Colo niaudo. 23. 9d --Cheese l s. :d.--Fowls 4is4ivW i per couple. .-Turkies 18s.. to 20s.--Geese 12s.--Deks' 6s.---Beef 2s. 6d. per stone.--Mautton 3s. 9d.--P,,ork 4s: 8dtl...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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THE MONITOR. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 29 October 1827

TZIM 'MONVIITOR. ' . • t , l, It. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER: 2,,, 1827. & WHENr people are not invested with power, they are generally sticklers for freedomn.. t f-iend to liberty" Means, nine cases in ten, one who wants more power,. and less restraint, as, regards -himself. All men love liberty; that .is,' fr themselves. '?They, will upit " to wrest power from the hands of tyran'ny ':'but if' we. wish to ascertain whether stiidh union- is of a generous or base nature, we sehould observe how. such s?es act whenthey get into power" themselves.' If iWhen they obtain power themselves, they are willing to:lay, down such portion of their own power as'is 'unconstitutional and in such particulars as. operate against, the publc weal; if when they EgInte powet; they eaineayour. ;o uplift and support the rights apd pwer of. the people, we,hbould then have fpr proof, .that such men's prc fessed4love of freedom, was for freedom's own sake weishould theojhave reason to believe, they loved ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827

1To s. Eimro or O1F M MourtOR. . SIR, . t e ..r . IN' the Gazette.of Mlondayr; the'EEditor Y anovaBT" very unjustly 'charges me with giving afalse report of a' case which lately came before Dr:; Dalihunty, in which Mr. Dalton appeared as the complainant against ? nurse attached to the Benevolent Assylum.. As far as I am personally concerned, I would have passed over his, remarks, (which only go to confirm my report; while: they charge me 'with a departure froth` the trutlh,--as neither the time, place, person, offence,`or award of the Magistrate is called in question) had it not'been for the false and illiberal attacks made upon the Rev. Mr. Therry in his absence at Newcastle, upon his ministe rial duties. The first of these is, that Mr. Therry interfered in an " unwarrantable" manner, to liberate they; feinale from custody. Of 'the incorrectness of this, accusation I can hardly conceive the Author to have been ignorant when he wrote the article. The case as affecting the Nurse is s...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827

To TO EDITOR OF TB MNITOi PITT STiEgT,' OctoBE IR 26; 27. WiTH great propriety youhave praised thie Comtiissas-' 'at Departbient' for the manner it 4ihici the present: arge' offers to receive Tenders, make their appearance. I think with you that Mr.Laidley 'deserves well of the Co lonists. But when yoti consider' Mir. Laidley" '" :' t residence in the Colony, and that the jipresen: 'Tender evince a great extent of plan and arrrngement, it must be clear to you and all the world,' that isomei 6ther i:er son must have been at work 'long, very 'long, before -Mr. Laidley arrived ainongst~ us.'"That 6ther' persoion: .Sir is the present Governor. Soi'e" of his, firstii cts were, to consult with some old Mer'hanis anda Graziers,' Magistrates and others, as to the certainty of the Colony being sufficiently hiatir4d to 'suppIly I-. H. Magazines thenceforward witliout' aid from Englfani And His Excellency being satisfied the experiment . ought' to made, and being desiroius tobd b beneficial to...

Publication Title: Monitor, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827

To" THE EDITOR OF THE MONITOR. SIR, SWERE it possible for those bold jarins;vl, wo -at' tii nyjiede compelled King 'John to sign thed Great Chart#de I'fc'odr liberties,'t6 rise friom their tolbs;, arid" take';: .` flight from England to' New' South Wales, how they would state ! Each one'of those aneient Gentlemen, .o, rising, from his grave, would doubtless expct,, that. through a series of revolving years (froixi the datet o his buirial't6 t that of 'his' eihumation)-the inip'ifecv notionrs of Civil Liberty of the 12th centuiy, woitld'htfjv progressively given place to such practical doctrines, as. should not fail to afford the utmost political happiness to the''World.--And on re-mining in society, they woild. doubtless heat' much' of 'the' " nrar* h of: Ii te;i?t;" and of' the-advaneeient `in civil abd ' rellgiotu 'libeety,' conisequednt upon' the 'nieital " improvement of the age," ?'Bht they would find, that though much was said, n9t much hadbeendone; and on comparing thepresent...

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VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Monitor — 1 November 1827

VARIATIONS ,OP TIIERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN AT 7 IN THU' MORNING, 12' AT NOON, AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPEC TIVBLY. MIONDAY ........ '58 66 b3 Cloudy 'TuHIbAY, ...... 62 76 68 Fine WEDN?eSDAY...... 62. 80 ] 76 | Fine TISURSDAY .... .. 72 844 "76 Cloudy with Thunder FIDAY .... ....... 6474 ! 68 Cloudy SATURDAY'...... j 70 80 72 Ditto with Showers SUNDAY' . j..? ? 72 86 76 Ditto- with Thundcr

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