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WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

' WESTQN. ^ ? -;- ' The following notes on the mining industry are taken froin the 'Merre- din Mercury': — 'Mr. J. ' Heatherhill, of Messrs. Sfcubber and Heatherill, passed through Merredin on Monday last for Perth to receive a deposit of £1,000 on a six months' option held by Mr. A; E. Morgans over their lease known as the Rose Agnes. This lease adjoins a well known property — the Myrtle Central, which has also been purchased on, op tion by Mr. Morgans, jooth ithese leases adjoin the Myrtle Consols, own ed by Merredin people, for which we understand some very substantial of fers have been made, but the princi pal (Mr. Duff) has declined, prefer ring to await developments in the great Edna May show, whose latest crushing goes' to prove his claim to be one of the best in the State to the depth already attained. tfThe latest crushings reported from the Edna May showed that from last week's clean-up on stone taken from /the underlay shaft down to a denth of 185ft., .100 tons were crush...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

Fire, Accident and Life Assurances Effected. . Qnotationi given for all classes of mining machinery. Address— -West Australian Bin k Chambers, Oool?ardie Dairy Produce llereliaat^ Gomfiaiggiofi and Indent Agent ?'??-? ? ^» WOODWARD STBSSf ' ' L©6al agent for Jataee Gillespie, Ltdj Millers, Hb$?thamf SobaE Tea Go, Jjondon and Liverpool and Globe InBumnee Go, Stoeke of BtittBr, Bacon, and Caease Sugar and Herosene always on hand 7 Famous1 Throogbont the lestera 'Goldfield?. Brewed and Bottled hf Tfe Union Bfiw^t « ' Ka%w&

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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A Bankrupt Manager. SALARY AT £4,000 PER YEAR. SEWING MACHINES THAT COST £2/10/ TO MAKE TO SELL AT £14. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

A Bankrupt fcianagor. SALARY AT £4,000 PEPw YEAK. SEWING MACHINES THAT COST £2/10/ TO MAKE TO SELL AT * . £14. .When Frank Dcnison Brown, who has been managing the Australasian business for the Singer Sewing Ma .ehine Co. at ? a ,' salary of £4,000 per year, was recently being examined in^ the Bankruptcy Court he gave some interesting evidence, from which we clip the following from the * i Daily Telegraph'.— 'In an 'affidavit, the bankrupt said that, on taking over the management of the business (which he had found in a very bad way) he had to incur! large expenses in advertising and man agement in travelling from one ' place to another all over the territory, and it was impossible to separate the firm's expenses account from his own private account, so he had instructed the ac countants from time to time to keep hi3 private ledger account, which showed all moneys drawn by him from ' the nrm, together with the amount he should receive ; for salary. He used to draw some amounts direc...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

k ' db V: \J J 'X-I.li IJt51^ Kalgoorllc All Old Cooigai'rlie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Unly Best Brands Stocked. Miss E. Brien - - Proprietress - AUSTB.ALIA HOTEL ' ' Opj osite. Post Office. Caito's Special l-i»'k Wiiisky. SpleuOid A c 'Hitaoda.ion. iMi.arJ i-i.iirn and aiitiniioi;. Hesi on fh- Fielos '_ P«,.u a' H'Har wim Vi- toi^. H:Misb t .' - , - .- Vrotsri tcr , . DEXyEiHcl^Y HOTEL, ?' COOLG/lUDIE. , . . - . . R. LOWMAN -' ' - Proprietor Close to Railway Station, .Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. _. . , — BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST, : The (M0RIE HOTEL, COOLGARDIE, FOR A COOL SCHOONER OF UNION ALE. . ?.??'?,'*? ALL BEST BRANDS; ?? .... * '' -. - Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kaigoorlie Prices* * , TELEPHONE 18, J. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. Grand Bar Hotel. ' ? ; ?:':'; ; ; ; .Bayley, St«9 0©§Igardi6» First-class Accommodation. Only the Baat of Ales and Wines Stocked. llalropolitan Hotel -. : -..? Bayldy itei^l, .Mps. Whitakei? aa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

AfWlftfi1NQ:W--THE!'t£EK. ' . Queen Alexandra enjoys the distiae Llon of being the only sovereign in modern times to wear the leek as a' floral emblem at a state function; The wild leek, which flourishes pr- FuEely on the coast of Glamorgan, is aesthetically regarded as a delightful Actable, worthy to bind the browa feS whitewashed Nero, and by no Bieana as xoalodroua as Pistol 'dis- astrously maintained.' It hso Song been regarded as tko B&taoBal ©mbleso ol Wales, and it wca psi; such that Queen Alexandra .wore $i'eA'.a dr&Tvingroom which phs. held 'g9H0t-' years. ago #a St.. David's Pay, BtiJkDaVid-- being.'' ®? :^oursc,.'tfc©, ps&* Weaitt ~#'fe'Ito^&m^;^ - ; ??-

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GOLFERS BEWARE! THE COLLGARDIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

QOsisBS BSWAfiBi THS CO0^GAiO-ii5 CLUB. There ig & golf club ia Coolgardie, an.4 we riue to wara pernberB that tney ere banded together to commit suxne thing very near akjs zo ieipny by playing golf, and this ip how it tamo to pap, tiiat golt'ere were placed^ and are still, under the Prohibition Act. In the days of Edward II» the dreheva of Merrie Snglaad fell o§ very con siderably as marksmen; in fact, they lei, the archery of England fall vj etch q low ebfe'that th© King5o advisors gav© him a gentlo hint that they could aot ra&ruis ivom she ranks of the. peasantry aad yeomaary a regi ©eat o i archers who could bs depend' ^d upon to hit & haystack at a reaa'/n* able diatanc©. Thsgr ^Igo ported out than the youth p£ %ngi&niX ha4 guea itpelf up body S5.4 eoal ta goli, &&& gjmila? frivolous gsmea asd ama3i-- J Bieats, while, eaith th® chronicles, 'y© . jealm© of England sad ^ grea^ess ; thereof tmcometh' more and ja^re ou- j tian...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

»l3f|§|i| /2^f 'HAN LEY and (SUCCESSORS TO BITTCKETl & UHR, Ltd), . :-'?' :\ f?j' emieiv Butchers. Wholesale ,aud -Retail. Garts Call Anywhere and Every , s - \ ' wliere. 'Phone 82, Coolgardie. ' * - pUR/.MpTTq-^HighSsiTQuality, Lowest Prices. Having Installed an up-to-rlnte Refri^eraJing Plant, we are pveprmyi to^cec-pt for '. Morage an.v l.'erishftble 'Produce, l.owusr .Hates on Application. - .' J : £Q.0AIj PBODTJCT&. ? ' ' . ' 1 ' . ,AND AS. ' ? GOOD; AS THE BE&T,. . 0. VINCI^T, P.' CUNNINGHAM, L., BRUTON. Managing Director.; ' t ?' Brewer.' ? i , Secretary. The Commercial Union issuraiice Coy., Ltd. UNDERTAKES . ' Fire, EmpEoyers5 Indemnity, arid Live Stock Risks. — LOWEST RATES. — 1 ' ? 0. VINCENT, Sole Agent. rfictopia Ifotel - - - Coolgardie, , : L; BKUTON (Secretary of Lion Brewery), haB taken this beautifully appointed House over on bis own account from the 1st February. The snpervisu n of the Commissariat section is in the hands of Mrs A Bmfcon, wh...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

CONDITx^JTS. 1. Open to financial members -mlf. 2. The competitor obtaining the highest aggregate off the rifle cover* ing the Hogg, Seahill, Mayor's, Wear* mouth, Rettig, Sheedy and- Ayler tro phies. 3. Tie. — Should a tie take place it will be decided by shooting over the same ranges and under -the same con ditions as the 'Aylen' match, and if still a tie, shot for shot until decided. 4. The winner of the championship is not eligible for handicap champion ship. HANDICAP CHAMPIONSHIP. First prize, the 'Valgee' fcropis^ valued at £5/5/-, presented by VsIg©Q O. Boda, Esq. CONDITIONS. 1. Open to financial memberel esly. 2. Championship covers same* matches as championship oS rifle with the addition o'f the 'Uo-wes' match. 3. Points will be scored ae follefw: First (or . winner) ia. each match scores 5 points; second in each, ma'teh scores 4 points;, third in each mek^ scores 3 points; fourth in each .msts.'h scores 2 points; fifth in each matea scores 1 point. 4. In all matches where ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

THE TRAFALGAR. The Trafalgar, which is nine miles south of Southern Cross, arid close to the Marvel Loeh road, is being vigor-- ously worked by those who own it, and there is now a large parcel iiwait Ing treatment. In the past trver 800 « tons have been milled from this lease for overtthe ounce per ton; yet when jit was offered for sale at a' low figure' during the Bullfinch ooom, no one would look'at~it. .«?...,., .. t ;

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FOOTBALL Coolgardie Club Continues. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

TO0fM2&. ': ; Goolgardi© Club Contmoeg, A meeting was held at Higbet's Aastralia Hotel on Wednesday even ingt wkeij. Mr TardiS presided, aad it was. deeidisd to continue the olub on last je&vs iineg. The eleetioa of oScerQ ^Balted.as fpllpw^ :-==?|?afep:n? Mr. W. Well^an-j .gEesidoat, )',''Mst: GtKf . Laegjbeim ; nusier@pa .yi^t pFe&identB $ '''-jBeoeetary, '^? .W-\ Mo Tar4i| j treasijrer, Mr F Li^fesoa| geaoral eoiiisiitteei -Megsre- |Enblnttin, J, Logans Pesrce, F Lancaster, and W' Jones j delegates to tiie Aesocioitienj Messre Logan and Link^n0 The meeting closed with a v©te oi A moeting p£ th© Ooplgardie Ae Bosiation will bs held at the Westral Hotel oa Moaday week, April 7 at 8p.m r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

Jim Elliott - Proprietor. . — fr .I. OUIK. stnu ooixiCGU \jDiaiiia-Vic j^vcry wju£*c _ ' ? ' ? , | McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. ' * ? . *? Visits Coolgardie Every Sunday* ' Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 10 a.tn, to 4.45 p.m- ? Don't Take Me Home r ' . . ? , ;? ? -. -. n ? . . Take me to Opposite Law Courts,'. ? - Where jon can get tha latest in Fashion Books, Novels and School Books always on hand Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly ^^^^^iji^K Large assortment of Men's Women's and \^^^\ Children's Boots and Shoes. ^^=a^' Bay ley Street -^r, COOLGKRDIE DHIRY ^'WfW' ,* ,- ' MONTANA. L'ss)Mf^f^~^$ P. Burke - i - Proprietor **-^*^S£$Jl Pur8 Milk Delivered Twice Daily ; Cream and Dairy Butter ' ' ' , Public Notice. AJ. SEAGRIM notifies the Public that he meets all trains, and carries » every class of goods, furniture, etc. ' .' His coach runs to Bar banks twice daily, leaving Coolgardie at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and leaves Burban'ks at 11.15 a.m. and- 3.30 p.m....

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The Electric Light Question A Word for the "Minor." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

[?] A Word for the ' MinQr.' Ia a covering letter to th© Munici pal Council ©uclosing his full r--port on the proposed salo of the Electric Supp:y Company 'b ylant, Mr J. Prin gie themauaging director in Austraua sttttQb that h« imd received a cp^ ut ttta 'Goolgardie Min«r' a..d was pkaoed to ma an artiele in it ou ibe I propusQi he had put before the Uouu | cii wiieu he titiU visited Coolgaidie ? iie was aibo pitased to see b^ itie ; Mut&r iliut Liiora were blighter pro I pmiia oi arwvivai, ; I iuu i'cpoit boul by Mr Pri glti'is ] 1 a kiiigiiiv uue and oftioiailj ? ifoib luvj ' UuUmuii Liic WlioL ut tiie jjIhu ttii-. JUBCaUaUOUL Ul; t/uc Ut'lC- [) U,U ij UuUavii uu LnuraUti^ dveniilg. -1 lie -Mayor eaid tin liad perused 'ihe. report ana h was one mat required ^ery uaret'ul considtratiun, He also ttiuugtit tne Town. Ulerk should make t^^ea copies so that the councillors cuuld ecud^ the ^aestiou bet ore dial lli^ WllU H, '?' ' : Uu tiie motion oi Gr. Faabuu, sec . ouutu t-y C...

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Coolgardie Rifle Club. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. THE SEASON'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

Coolgardie Rifle Club, ELECTION OF ^rFICEBS. THE SEASON'S PKOGKAMME. ? Txxe annual business meeting of the Co*olgardie i-ciiie Olub was held at the . Wesiial xioiei on Tuesday evening, lbth 'inst., wnen Mr. XL. is. WiUiame ' presided. I The iollowing oflieers were elected I for tne ensuing year: — President, Mr. j K. S. Williams (.re-eleetedj ; yicepresi ! dents. 'Messrs. U-; J ? Hay liall, li. Wear j moutn, senr., U.'- -Jlarke-; -Jl. Murray, i and w. jMicnolasj captain, Mr. J. J. ! Mathieson (re-eiectedj ; non. secretary, j x\xr. ~yv. J. Clarke; ueasurer, Mr. J. Weaiijuoutii, jUiiL.j conixuticee, Messrs. J. Xj.ogg, x\e\'m, xt. Wearmouth, junr., J. fcs. j^asmion; non. auditors, -xessrs. . Thoji^us ana Ooinian; hOji. lianiiicapper, Mr. J. fc-. JiJastnion; non. armo irers, Messrs. H. Murray and A. E. Mill; hon. surgeons, Dr. Elos and Dr. Mit chell; teams ; ' coach, Mr..'vV. Tuxford. | Tnere were th'e .usual votes of thanks I and acivnowledge^nents. j Hie meeting unaminoasly adopted ; ...

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Coolgardie Brass Band ITS DIFFICULTIES AND ITS POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

Coolgirdi© Brass Baud : - ITS DIFFICULTIES AND ITS, POSSIBILITIES. ; Again the Goolgardie Brass Band is without a bandmaster, and the band has 'gone into recess' for a month. Several of the bandsmen are away, either with the fire brigade or holiday making, so that, apart from the band master, a good combination could not be got together. When the late band master, Mr. Eushton, arrived here, 18 months ago, he was sadly disappoint ed at finiding so few adult players, and his task of training youngsters began, and with the material at his disposal he worked wonders. At the same time, he was never in a position to put on such music as he had been accus tomed to in other ports of the world — such as a leading cornet player from the big musical bodies of Scotland and London would wish to play. To a large extent, the weakness of the l«and has been due to the absence of local employment for a BUfficieht number of adult players, but a contributing cause towards preventing greater success is ...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1913 IDLE AURIFEROUS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

Published Weekly '.;?- SATURDAY, MARCH 29;-l913- - IDLE AURIFEROUS . IiAHTDS. .. l When the returns faTe1'1iD.vesti^stejdj; anyone must be surprised to learn of the great area of auriferous lands that., now lie idle, although, in the pasv they have given good returns. Some twff jears- ago^ th§ Miaes Begartmsat had compiled and published a return of all the cancelled gold mining leases, and while a few of these have since been marked, the majority of them are still iile; but offering a good field for the' industrious prospector. Dealing with the Coolgardie district, the re port says: — 'Such well-known centres in this district are Bonhievale, Bufbanks, Coolgaxdie itself, Eundynie, Gnarlbine, Higginsville, Londonderry, Mungari, Ked Hill, and Widgiemooltha. As might be expected from such an exten sive area there are a good many leases on which work has been discon tinued, the total being 178, trout; which^ 22,834ozs. were extracted from '41,203 tons. The average, a shade over nali an d...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST Cadet Com pefcition? — Tbe members of the H Company of the 84 Bat! al ion Senior Cadets who are to compete on the Esplanade, Perth, to-day, left by the express on Thursday e ening ac companied by the Coin'manoing Offi cer, Lieut Holland a: d St-Mjr Walsh The competing teams are Noriham, Vctoria Park, West Perth, Guild ford Leederville and Coolgardie. The win ning frani will go to (Sydney, Ar rangements hftve been made for a spe lal wire to be sent to the Coolgardie Miner as 3ocn as the competitions are concluded to-day, and this will h posted on its arrival King's Pictures, — Another ivcel eut programme oE King's Pictures will be pre.-ented at the Royal Hotel on Tu« sday evening. The vitagraph picture, '' Bunny's Suicide,' is nor quite e tragedy, but has a humorru euding. ^The 'Peril of the Cliffs' is both dramatic and scenic, and is a really splendid film. ' Aladdin-up to-date is amusing, and introduces slive^ motor cars, and strike matters. But the whole programm...

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MINING. THE LINDSAY'S END. BIG LODE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

:.. ?MINING. THB LINDSAY'S END. B1U- LOD& uuujMTii'i. ; A brief reference m last issue tu ib.l& eua Ox tU& UUOi^-*J.u.i(i UclU lJU.ai.ca. ted tuat increased im-eresC'ia iioWuo ing taken in its prob^e'oca. lu tne boom tiuieB oi: mining in liiis clisci'iet there were many ^lU^erueci w^iveu beyond Jjumasays to Obtn to uOian ?Kest and. norm-east, but nearly an febiese are iuia now. jcroni unit: to time a little desultory prospecting nas keen done, but uexore long, it is nopeu, jbey wiii be subjected to a more vigor ous teat, as it is may ueueved uut pay ore remains in a nuiuuer oi wius-o. \a iaot, wnen tuey were woiru-ea, ^uin -t/. ^as tne main oujective, uut tins uas Since been proved to u« essen.cian.y icde country. 'lne ureafc yooiguiuic «1&8 nortn-east oi tne JLndicator, uul ' it was a duuer. aim, tueie arasuo-va §uch as tne UarHeiu, iiirujei- over, lna,c produced good stone, and a. goiu-ucui ? ing iode was xounu. tnere. . xc is uo iieved tuat tnis sn...

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The State Battery [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

The State Battery Si nee the pres-nt run of the State Bat'-ery cbuimpnce-l on the 1st inst. 1.000 tons have, been crushed with sat isfactory results Some of the parcels were low grade, but iiogi? s ore r'ora ;he Union Jack. South (Camel Pad iock) gave the spiend-'d average of 3 jzs, 9 dwta 6 grs. E, B: Robins, p.a. ^20, averaged 1 oz. 15 dwts 7 grs, and J. A. Frears, p.a. 814, gave an average :.f 1 oz 7 dwts 3 grs., but Haivsen hfcS topped the lot with 74 tons for 301 dz 16 dwts, mostly broken iu develop ment work, . . f ; '.. - The details of the 'crushiings are as follo.wsrr ?;PA.8U,..J. A, Frears, 23 tons for 32ozs 5*1 wts, ^ . ??, PA 882, T. A.- Trebilcott, 85 tons for 22ozs 7dwts Spare Time, hp, O. Dunne, 42 tons for 7ozs 6dwts PA 837, W, Brasher 68 tons for 7ozs 6dwt.s ISew Bay ley's Mines (V. Lienness, mgr), 29 tons for 26ozs lidwts K.ihg '^ol ??«?'-n (A. Cameron) 102 tons for- Bozs I53dwis ? Pa 858,- B.-T. Hoepner, 6i tons for 25ozd 12clv\ta Pa 881, E. Hartup. 11 tous for 3-...

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Coolgardie Council. An Interesting Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

' -..Coolgafdfe Cornell An Interesting Mooting. The fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council was held on i'hur* day evening when the Mayor presid ed and thai© were present (Jrs. Faahan Noouaii, Linnson, Mercer, Uecil, Nis bet and Sheedy. Interference with Committees Or TiVRhfui aai«i tVmfc +,Mt4VM wok* some reference iu tu« miuuas reJa 11 Vo to interference with other 'Com- mittees, li« would like to know if some action he had taken was refosred to. The Works Committee uad pow er to gpend up to £20 without cou suiting the Finance Committee, bat ou one occasion as the Chairman of the Works Committee he hiad askei^ perm ssion to speak on a matter of? linpurtance. ihe Mayor said no one in parties, lar was referred 10, and af,er di»cr ^ aiou the matter was practically witar drawii. ;. Gr Faahan Bfcated that he wanted to kuow whether ihe Finance Com* imttee thought he had made a miia- aucw ot himself, li so, he would js.etfj- away. Lr NiBbet thought Cr Faahan ! merely wanted to know ...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

[?] Mr R S Willi&ma has been m Perth a few aays having gone down to meet Mrs Wiiliamo snn he? motho? (Mri W, Rbbinaon) on tkeir return f com a plsasant trip to tho Eastern States They will return to Goolgardie by iba express tfeis morning Mrs 0. Vincent returned to Cool* gardie on Thursday moruing. Mr Vinfesnt went do~T?rQ fe' Froaxantle tp meet Mrs Vincent amd 4l?siE Uti^^o , and accompanied them bask to Cfeoi gai'dis ; That m&xt ymmg $mt'b2,tl&s Bl% Deviaa, had a goo4, Msio &t .ASfess^ where '-he reee©i&ly woa fhp 'SK^SIqIS Hasdieap ia- good style. Fast asd i&vk is he ia all. opoits. : All mes who bavo bssiasas at the GoveramQEtt ofBetis ara pleased t« aca, Mr, 'J©^' Cravrlsy bsek agsia. Jdo is a good efSeer, and what he dpasii't know about theminiag regulations ia certainly apt mneb. 'v_.^ Mr. George Sheedy, of tbs We^fei Hotel, has bean indisposed during ttih weefe, bwt is about again, haviag got rid of Mb painful visitant, an absc...

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