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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the raralgon Re?ord. Sir,the intimtimation conveyed in the issue of th 25th ult., that Sir Nelson, editor of the Traralgon Record, had contributed to the Into meeting of the Geological Society of Victorin, a papcr on "Geological Obosres tions at \Vaurn Ponds," must; for obvious reasons, have been particularly gratifyfyl There are some, however, myselfnmong the number, to whom the absence of any rf rence to the contents of the paper i th columns of the R?Record, has naturily occasioned disappointment. In ode, therefore, that the results of Mir Nelson research may be placed before this com>uu nity, may I suggest that his obseroatio~u t published in e.tenso if possible in this trWve issue of the IRecord. Yours, etc., I.V. Traralgon, 9 13 1So [The article referred to will appear in Cer net.--Ed. TIR.]

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CRINKS AND CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

CRINKS AND CRANKS. (aY FLECHE.) "Great is Gillies of the Conserva tives!" Most humb y sir, I crave permission to join in the general adulation of the new Premier" Of course, the youig man Deakin comes in for his share of the glory, but again and most advisedly I cry, "Groat is Gillies of the Conservatives!" When you sit down to write leading articles, sir, don't tell your badding politician that he must be loyal to principles if he would command success. Just tell him to stick to his party and all will be well wi:h him. Not only wid his party love and revere him and put him in the high places, but-this is what takes place in Victoria-his bitterest opponents will' crowd round and try to do him honor. He becomes a successful politician, and lord how we do worship any golden calf who repre sents success. We has\ some funny fashions in Victorian politics. In years gone by "lamb and mint sauce" was served up for our delectation, but we were then an honorable people and kicked up a great ...

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PASSENGER TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

PASSENGER TRAINS. DOWN. MAI LINE. Leavcs-Sale, 6'55 am. and 4'42 p.m.; TRA : : LON, 8"4 am. and 5"51 p.m.; More Swell, .826 am. and 6.13 p.m. Arrives-Melbourne, 1.5p.m. and 10"-1 p.m. UP,' ' Leavcs-Melbonrne, 6,42 am; and 4"32 p.m.; : ? rwell,'ll25 am; and 911 p.m.; TRAALGON,:11.48 am. and 934 p.m. Arrives-Sale; 12ý8 p.m. riid 10.41 p.m. DOwN. 'HEYFIELD LINE. Leaves-Traralgon, 12.5 p.m. ond 9250 p.m.; Glengarry, 12"27 p.m. and 10'12 p.m.; Toongabbie, 12'43 p.m. and 10'28 p.m.; Convarr, 12'59 p.m. and 10"44 p.m.; Glcnmaggic, 111 p.m. and 10 56 p.m, Arrivos Heyficld1'23 p.m. and 11"8 p.m. DrP. Lcaves--Heyfield, 6"30 an.m. and 4.2 p.m.; Glenmaggice, 6"42 am. and 4'14 p.m.; Cowwarr. 6"54 am. and 4.26 p.m.; Toongabbie, 7"10 am. and 4"42 p.m, Glengarry, 7"26 am. and 4658 p.m. Arrives Tn&aLGON, 748 a.m. and 1520 p.m. DOWN. IRnBOO LINE. Leaves--lorwell 11"45 am.; Yinnar, 12'10 p.m.; Boolam, 12"25 p.m. Arrives Darlimurla 12"45 p.m. UP., Leaves -Darlimurla, 6'55 a.m.; Boolra, 7"!6 am....

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

EUROPEANT NEWS. The latest received here states that H.I.H. the Duke of. Cambridge has consented to preside at the farewell ban quet to Mr Murray Smith, the retiring agent-general for Victoria, on the 7th prox., and Earl Granville, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, will be. among those present on the occasion. Mr Howard- incent, member for the central division of Sheffield, has :given notice in the house of Commons that he he will ask Mr Gladsone to convene, in connection with the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, a conference to consider the question of Imperial federation. News has been received from Burmah that a force of 9000 rebel Burmese has surrounded the British garrison at Yeme then, which consists of only 3000 men. The Bruce auction in connection with the late Catholic b?aner, will be held at the Court-house on Wednesday evening, after the races are over, and before the dramatic entertainment begins. . At a meeting of the board of guardians of St. James' Church, held ...

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ARARAT (1). [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

ABARAT (1). Wee. l'Lellan ... (Co.) ... 539 Chas. Hadland ... (I.) ... 437 .AVOCA (2). Thos. Langdon ... (0.) 19S7 (I. E. Bourchier ... (Co.) ... 197 HI. S. Barrett ... (Co.) 1114 BALLARAT EAST (2). James Russell ... (Co.) ... 2068 Edwd. Murphy ... (0.) ... 1728 .John J.Tames ... (3L) ... 1694 Charles Dyte ... (0.) ... 134 BALLAIIAT WEST (3). W. C. Smith ... (0.) ... 3181 C. E. Jones ... (0.) ... 2491 R. T. Vale ... (0.) ... 207 (. 11. Fincham ... (I.) ... 1936 H. Bell ... (Co.) ... 1815 BELFAST (1). J. J. Madden .... (Co.) ... 522 Joseph Jones ... (Co,) ... 322 BENAMBRA (1). P. B. Wallace ... (Co.) ... 416 A. A. Billson ... (Co.) ... 207 BOOROOND-AIA (1). W. F. Walker ... (IL) ... 1338 C. F. Taylor .... (0.) ... 1323 EAST BOURBE (1). R. Iarper ... (Co.) ... 651 A. Walstab ... I. ... 46600 EAST BOURiE BOROUGIIS 1. C. II. Pearson ... IL ... .1360 IL IRosensweig ... 0. ... 768 Jos. Cook ... -. ... 40 BOURKE WEST 2. Alfred Deakin ... 31. ... 2259 S. StanChton ... Co. ... 1960 IL L. Gal...

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PLACES OF BUSINESS. (As advertised in our columns, [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

TaLACES OF IISINESS. (As advertised m our columns, ahrtnlst sad Dentist.-P. Kleesaitel. Auctioneer , --Marriage, Orr, & Co. and A. M1'Lean & Co., TIaralgon; and English, Little, & Lto, ; R. Gutlldrse and Co.; C, 3l']ntnsh, land T. W. Sutcliffe and Co., o, Sale, who visit at stated periods, General strrekeepers.-G. B. Scott, J. 'ands, J. Peterkin and Co., and Jobh S. b[illigan. C manis-ion ,gent.-C, R. Wilkes and Co ,A. Whitney. Tailor--. Laonman. Furniture wareholu,.ll- WaWlliP. Itake s.-A. L. (Galbrath, and MIr ienmy N3i.liller, Draper, etc,--sls Horne, Santionerapd Newsplpor AgeutL-1, E SJInden and J. Petnrkint, S? idlers=-F. Smith, : .A. Byers, Butcher.--J. lIa.alamg ihtel.-tR. ill's Club Hotel, T. M3i: rlell's Taroalgonl Holel, C. Naville's G.atul Junrltinn Family hotel, 1'. Kelly's COun notrclgl ,lte', 1. KIaye's Star Hiut e, and N. ~amnlly'S Royal Ex.hallge IIntel, at eanch o which l riilor are inv ariably well sut~led wvith the ltt:vment they receve. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

Meetings. A MEETING of the employees of the SEarly Closing Association will be held at the court house, Traralgon, this evening at 8 p .. m:: ~1. r TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ' Tho:adjourned annual meeting of the members of the above inamed society will be held at the court house, Trarlgon; on Mon day, the 22nd MaIrc, at 4 30 p.m. Business -To appoint a committee for the ensuing. ye r ' 'KINNELL, Secretary, ' ANTED.-CORRESFPONDENTS in the 1 country.; Forparticulnrsapply at this oflice: Wanted. W ANTED.--Comfortable Board and Rlesidence for a Lady and Gentle man with respectable Family; noobjection to a short distance out of townshilp, or a good fairm house for about nine months. Address, CHAXt, "Record".office. W ANTED.-Apprentices to the Dress making. Apply, Mlss ADAIII, Franklin-street, Turalgon. "TANTED.-Apprentices to the Dress making. Apply-ELIZA TANNeR, Franklin-st., Traralgon. WOODOU I'ERS. WOODCUTTERS. WOODCUTTERS. Wanted Woodcutters for 200 CORDS OF WOOD. Apply to JAS....

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 9th, 1886. PRESENT: Cr. Peterkin (President), and Crs. Mill, Varney, Bodycomb, Firmin, Breed, and Forsyth. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

a TRARALGON SHIRE~ COUNCIL. - TUESDAY, MlARnot 9th, 1880. PaRSKST: Cr. Peterkin (President), and Cra. Mill, Varney, Bodycomb, F b'rmia, Breed, and Forsyth. Coe:nEsPoNDENCE. From the Health Officer reporting a fatal case of diphtheritic croup, and and also a case of enteric fever at SMorvell.-Adopted. From the Victorian Deccntralization League informing the Council that a r convention of the L.agno was held at Sandhurst on the Oth ultimo, when it r was decided that shires and boroughs I throughout the colony should be asked to contribute (shires £5 5s., and boroughs £3 3s.), and asking the Council for a d.mation.-Refused. From the Government Statist asking a that the statistics of the shire be trans I mitted to him without delay.-Re I coived. From Peter McColl and James Dunbar ro recreation reserre.--Re ci cved. From the Mayor of Melbourne, stating that at a meeting held in the Town hall on the 10th ultimo, it was (decided to present Dr. Moorhouso . with a testimonial. Thet MiSayr po...

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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS NORTH GIPPSLAND. Two Seats. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

THE GENERAL ELECTIONS NORTH GIPPSLAND. Two Seats. POLLING PLACES. a Sale ... .. ... 228 309 33 Logford 42 4 Junction of Sale, Heyfield and Rosedale Roads ... 2 7 Stradbroke ... ... 8 6 11 Bairnsdale ... ... 224 200 333 Coongulmerang ... 29 14 34 Tasmbo . 25 15 32 BoggCreek ... 9 9 Booth Eastern side Dargo 0 8 13 Cnminglhame ... ... 10 1 Swan Reach .. .. 25 20 37 Toonalook ... ... 12 27 17 Bleugworden .. ... 39 4 41 Buchan ... 7 17 2 Bendoc ... ... 5 Newinerella ... ... 19 3S lRosedale ... ... 34 48 63 Toongabbie ... ... 40 75 77 Cowwar ..... . 21 28 23 Flynn's Creek.. . . 9 9 15 Strtford ... . 36 82 72 Matfr ... ... 89 00 109 Heyfield 41 33 38 Newry .. 3 30 33 Briagolong . . 50 31 36 Fernbank ... ... 5 3 8 Lindenow Flat... ... 7 9 11 erry Bridge ... 15 2 14 Wa-do-lock . . 13 7 21 Swift's Creek ... ... 14 15 Walhalla ... ... 69 287 148 Glenmagg ... ... 27 13 27 Jericho . 10 21 29 Taujil ... ... 11 9 10 Aberfeldy ... ... 2 12 1 Seaton ... 13 1 Storepoint - .... ... 11 28 13 Copler Min...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

MORWELL ADVERTISERS. Rank.-Australasia and Colonial. Open daily Storekeeepera.-A. Gar, & Colin Hutton. Saddlcts.-W. I. Stephenson, and Chas. naiz. Boot and Shoemaker.-Charles Pearre. Notices. TRArtALGON POST OFFICE. MAILS DESPATCHED. MELnoURIE, and all intermedlite offices daily, 7-40 nm. and 5-20 p m. S.LU, and all intermediate ollices daily, 1115 n.m. and 7 50 p.m. IrEYFIELD, daily, 11-15 a.m. and 7-50 p.m. WV.IIALLA, ria Toongabbie, 31anday Wed nesday, Friday, 11-15 n.m. Vi 31 oe, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 7"40 am. GLEieAnnR R ' TooxGAnnBE Daily at 11 n.m. COWWAnn J CALLIGOSE, Tuesday, and Friday 830 a.m. TMYEiS, Tuesday and Friday, 12*]5 p.m. CIUEAAP PFRINTING! W E have iported from Messr Cooke & Co,Flinders Lane, and R. N, ,Iitchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW 0ob Tritfittyf vg, AND MACHINERY, Including a very fast going "ARAB" TREADLE, Which now enables us to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND BOOK BINGDING. LITIIOGRAPIIC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE, ORR, & co.,. AUCTIONEERS, sroCK AND LAND AGENTS, I. TOLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK 1 in their yards at TII.I.ALGON [ FORT.IrGITLY 31011ELL i TOONGAlIIIIE J A TRAFAL.LGAR ONTILY NAIIIlACAN I Per our 1I1O1100 Adveitisetnents CLEARING OUT and other SALES pro lperly put through. AGtEIS FOR Nationalof NewZealand. Fireinlosnnee Co olonial M11ntual Firand Iife lnsuraneeCo. New York Life Insurance. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. LOANS negotiated, anod VALUATIONS made. 1EAD OFFICE-TRARALG 'N. I[IO ELL, MONDAY, M1.R. 15. f lAItil:AGEE ORtl , CO. will sell at their yardns 10 Fat Cows 12 Milkers and Springers 25 3pr-old Stears 7o -yr.r-old Steers Fi3 lIlifers 40 prime Fat Sheep 15 Pigs hlres, l'Pigs. and sundries Also. on account .1. Wlatson. Esq. i grand Draught Colts and Fillies Bloggy and Saddle Mare and 'oay Hlouse and Land for Sale. 3OIRWELL, MONDAY, MARCII 15. IMARlPT AGE. (,l & CO. are favored .with instructions from Alfred Shields, Ea':s to sell at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY PATUL HKLEESATTEL, Chemist;,Druggist, and Dentist( (By examination). . -Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. Physicians Prescriptions and Family Recipes most carefully dispensed. The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for futue rfer?ince. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, one application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles: Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent's manufacture, every brtush guranteed Piesse and Lubin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto do Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of every description Marking Ink, genuine indelible, Is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d, Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contag...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1886. THE LATE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

"MODEIIRATE, BUT PROGRESSIYE." (Published every Friday mo ning.) SFIRIDAY, MARllOi 12, 1886. TIlE LATE ELECTION. Tre result of the late election of members to serve in the new Parliament is, in the mainl, what was expected. In some few cases the results were contrary to general expectations, and the South Gippsland election was one of the few. We are sorry that our old member was not re-elected, and we are in symlathy with the twelve hundred and twenty electors who recorded their votes for him, We can only account for IMe. .ssox's defeat in the fiact that his supporters were over confi dent of his return. There were 2000 electors in the district who did not record a vote either way, and we are sure the majority of these were much in favor of M?1. lasoa's return to Parliament. Their regrets now, however, are useless, and the only thing for them to do in the fitture is to come forward on the polling day and give their votes. A motion was brought forward in the House some time ago for ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 March 1886

BIRTH. MASON. — On the 8th March, at Albert- road, Albert Park, the wife of Mr F. C. Mason of a son.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Thursday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 March 1886

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Wire: From our own Correspondent.] Thursday, 8 p.m. A serious colliery accident iha oc cured at Newcastle. It is feared that two men are drowned. A great body of water burst into the pit, all bands got safely to the mouth,, -- .John Jenkins anid Henry IT. T' ? t up posed that thcv:,-6T., TEA A deputat- ' - s wited on d waitJ..zidt and Pastry of the i teODS of , STIEA Meetings, Picnic Pat always on b - for on mostreaosnablet K. HENRK IUTION of Traralgo place this ries Edmund tm, farm" 0 - SOQ

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 March 1886

SFARL AKD DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, March,l7.• Messrs M'Caw, M'Ilwrick and Co. re: port:' Cheese.--Usual supply forward. lrime ranged from Gd to 8Id per lb; medunio to'good, 4d to 6d perlb ; inferior. lower. Potted butter, large .supply. Prime new ranged from 0d to is Id per lb.; "ither'sorts lower. Fresh butter, large quantity forward, prices same as last week; Half pounds ranged from Is od.tols 4d per l?.i pounds and.lumps, Oild1&bi lC'ld Ir p E gg gs; d I td to Is 5d per dozen; turkeys, 7s, to 14s ; geese, 5s to,6s ; ducks, 3s to s ; fowls, 2s 6d to 3s°d: By wirolast night e received the folowing report of yesterday's 'market: Larg? ?suply of .tres; again' very dull. B {co faur, demand Taterta "te. " " :

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1886. WORK, REST AND RECREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 March 1886

"MODERATE, nUT PROGRESSIVlE." (Published every, Friday moining.) P1IDAY, M3C1E! 19, 1886. WORK, REST AND RECREATIO0. IIIsTonY tells iis ofti niotabl person who divided the astronomical day into three equal parts of eight hours each, and one eight-hour section was' devoted to work. Perliaps ? t that time that peroni 'was lookeditpon .asa straigeo being, and only escaped ridicitle, on; ccount of his high social position. Bo that as it may, his system is considered by multitudes of liersonsU lDrover tlo world in the present day, to beoa tholoughly sound one, and ith bt hiutfeiw exceptions,: those of the moist brow conclude' thit, eight` hours' labor is suflicient for oio day. Those who have witnessed theim piosing pro cession in Melbourne when the various trades hold their aunual-Eight Hours' demonstration, cannot but feel the en thusiasm whichi pcrvides the city.oioh such occasions ; and there is a feeling prevalont that those who have fought so hard and so log to lessen the hlours of...

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VICTORIAN RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 March 1886

VICTORIAN RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' BANQUET. The local branch of the Victoisn Railway Emnployees' .Mutual Associa tion, which numbers 60 mlembers, held their first anneal banquet in the court house on Saturday evrninz. There was a capital spread provided by A. L. Galbraith and ?Mr Mitchell. Nearly 40 members of the association were present, and the banquet was presided over by Mr R. Burg., the newly elected president. Aftr the come- tibles ceased, to attract particular atrention, apologies were read irom, Mr A. C. Groom, ,M.L A., the new member for South Gippsland, Meso.rs A. M'Lean and A. llarris, M.'sl., the members for North Gippsland, and Mr Thornton. Mr M?oavbray also apolo gised for the absence of Mr James Canipbell,tlhe Shire Enginee'. The following programme was then.gone through. Toasts:-" 'The Queen"; "' The Railway Employees Associs tion ", coupled with the name of Mr Junner, a delegiate from Melbourne. In respondine, Mr Junner spoke at considerable length on the object of hav;i...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 March 1886

COMMERCIAL. Messrs LMariago, Orr and Co report: At Morwell, Monday 15th, we had a brisk demand for cattle in the various classes; large attendance. Yards full of. every dcscription. Springers, up to LG 12s 6d; fat bullocks L6 ss d, to L7 ; fat cows, to L7; stores to L4 Os Gd. We sold draft 40 sheep at los Gd. Horses, lot forward. Heavy draughts L19, L20, L21, L32; hacks, L. .... Messrs Oldfield and Moore in conjune tion with Mr A.Whitney report. having sold 320 acres of land on theTyers river, to Mr Adam Penbridge of South Yarra, at a satisfactory figure. The Royal Ex change hotel passed in at £900. The sale of the other properties which were advertised for this days sale withdrawn ; to be offeredat a future date. Messrs A. McLean and Co., report:-- Brandy Creek, Saturday.-Our yards were well supplied; we placed nearly all forward at satisfactory price. A draft of 69 nice conditioned bullocks. sold at LG Os Gd all round. We sold other forward conditioned lots to L6 12s, and broken-i...

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TRARALGON DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 19 March 1886

TRARALGON DRAMATIC CLUB. On Wednesdaly evining the local 'dramatic club grve their seednd per. formanco in the Mechanies' Institate. Notwit hsttinding the counter attractio, of Mlatthlewa' large circus, they bad a fair house, all the higher-priced seats being filled. The entertainment Was opened with an overture from Jressrs Burns' Brow. brass band, sind then the popular commodietta "A thumping legacy," was played ; the scene wae the interior of Filippo Geronimo's inn in Corsmic. A brigadier is conversing and having a social glass with Flilippo whilst Bambogetti and the 1st and 2nd1 carbineers are enjoying themselves at another table. Filippo managed to bring his nephew Geronimo, or Jerry Ominous as he was always called in "St. Mary's 'Axe," fiom London, by getting his lawyer to write and tell Jerry that his Uncle had died and left him his vast property. As soon as Jerry arrived in Corsica he found the thu'nping legacy was a hoax, but that owing to an ancient leud between the Geroni...

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