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POSITION OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

POSITION OF THE MINISTRY. Judging from late proceedings in the Assembly, and die tone of our most recent advices from Brisbane, the position of the Government has been again seriously threatened. After survival ol the scandals attendant upon the with drawal of Mr. M'lLWRArrH, it is certainly something in the nature of a surprise to find that the Ministry have been once more among the breakers. . Tonking retrospectively, it has for some tune p^thm^Mr.MitfAiJTrt^'sproceediQPI '^^aTaff^lall-? f' *'*&** tt^f^BSBBB'%0 an imJT*nsr*a?orthy J&inistjy. Yet, ^tgyip the late proceedings on the CooUnenfal Railway Bin, the divisions et&denocd an jBnount of confidence m the Government, or distrust of the Oppo suior-j which has been seldom previous^ i *~*\hfoiTf(T in our Parliament, in a .H oust \ of forty-UFO, divisions showing majorities '? fiuctoabng between six and ten, wer£ certainly . somewhat rcmarinhle phe nomena. And ^bey vere ctill- tnoic Cfm-w-kiHe . to those vbo...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TALES AND SKETCHES. SEVERED FROM THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

TALES AND SKETCHES. SEVERED FROM THX WOMB. ?? Mrenr brag the world, ecaouel, ?mghtn't it P Qon» e«en Switzerland can't ?Sord to crow over a profpng like this. r-n a* 6ee from spread a^an, in a common way. es any man in Re bnxU Tcrricorr ; hut vba- I find - bit of fixdi natural lovelbir*. like this, I don't mind owning | tout I un proud to be en American cxtJEen. j Xria't only io rVnn»yrnini« an and Ohio ail. wells thit we- whip Voa Ku*opeens, Mr. ffir barton.** Hod bn Or. Kli Bnni, Hi» ehrewd, an-iint, liofflr landing of the Tampan Hotel, «ondad«d l» sperah, h«- ctMTcbed out faa nnevy bravo hand tonrds the landscape aiuch In bad jaw eulogis~a*. aod vralee our into one of those d-T little Itishs of arif concentrated tqonn-, which mn to be peculiar to those bam' or the ?Moil Bide oftha Atlantic '*[ quite agree with joa on that point, doctor ;' I made answer, emiTtcr; ** ? Boer landscape than Una, enprrjafly whrre the mntad msuntain-peab tretm away strath, it u duseuk «D imagine.' ' 'h...

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CHARITABLE REMINISCENCES [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

CHaRITaBLB BBIUMSCEKC1B Aa the new benevolent AtworUtinn has -laid1 die eftVct -*f withdrawing beggar* from the street*, and as Profwuonal MendWncy bids fair to be present I v tanked with tt-e Lost A rt», to pnmi tc come record* of this noble branch of io ?Apatrjr, I have endeavoured to recall certain traits and peculiarities of ?nairidual members of die order whom T ha*B known, and whom forms 1 now miss from their acrustomed haunts In so doing, I confess to feeling a certain fagret at this deny of Professional -Bagging, for I hold the theory that inmkind are bettered by the occasional spectacle of misery, whether simulated or not, on the same principle that oursym rr***5'' are enlarged by the fietitiaaa woes of the Drama, though we know that the actors are insincere Perhaps Ham indiscreet in Baying that I have,' ?awarded the artfully dressed and well acted performance of the begging im |weter through the same impulse that impelled me to expend a dollar in wit namgthe coonterfeited ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

'I 0i^H£TttOS3ia t/-i~ Jntnaup u unoti ijjgtntp or wfg&} Jv-4jaoni -j:-tHj! utanMijdi'mlaii -4~T--n*oba£g ' ' aSBJSr7^^ ?!^J?-3?*rvZ7TttiIa3» ?Mgtggha»?Tiiiiinfc im «lfiMa.--;o-Mp yC^A-'^^ .^?t^.n-.rit MQ(g '-iiy*1 !AMIItH »*^ gffHrfwj ')£ ?fJtBtSSSPssssSP llHilillllL.iltttlgMM- {*?»£!' 583 AKn»forier^*e«M» to »y paw* ^*. B. MOWAT, Bu*»aM«a.i ; ! -??? '?? '/'??? -?; '???' ?- ? M . /. sunx i»«CBuaAss. -» ; MI fiiWifirmtwT ' BU-tt6d at' fltt Anirtml T liVijatfr J-rwi;fil:3fi*tt)lfajKiJ_u.ii_ tutfrfflHw I anloa^aAftsifNaVe. «? -**?*** the** instant andiCer«cstewffl become void. { 'TAeTkeasiny, Brisbane, 4th June, 1875. ' ' : P ' E A E S 'e , uokceB, East-street, BndHiampton Country ?niers pranptiy emoted. BUZACOTT * A&MKTEiJJiG -Ute A. B. Aiwatrong and Co.). Impor ters of Sups' Bjggng. Cable Chains, «nd Anchor* ; Paints, Site, Engineers' Stores, and Ceneflft Bfaql Chandlery, Market-street, Sydney. ? ? mTlOMAS H. CAVASAOH, WHEELWEIGHT t BLACKSMITH. +^ph ^fVi-t»iJUi jn th...

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CURRENT TOPICS. MR. WHEELER'S DISMISSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

CURRENT TOPICS. 3£E. wm^iJcts T-rsVTSs k r. The Government were tatner more closely pressed last Thursday, in the debate on Mr. Wheeler's 'dismissal, than the division on the main question would indicate. It is dear that they made uncommon efforts to meet the attack, and took measures to collect and keep their supporters together which have not heretofore been deemed requisite. The fact appears to be that Ministers were well aware that if decided on its merits, ° the motion would go against teem; and they knew that with Mr. Pauiee leading a miked Opposition in front, and Mr. Dodolas hard upon their flank, the debate could hardly {afl to be damaging to the Govern ment That Mr. Wheeler's dis missal was premature hardly any independent supporter of the Govern ment could deny ; that it was unjust the correspondence sufficiently established £0 satisfy all impartial judges ; and that ne should be restored to an equally good position in the Civil Service was a natural sequence of the antec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

WILLIAM HEXDBEN, lm Stock ^'''« Suiiok asd Gzseui. CoMassioir Acest. Acctioneeb, ABRTTBITOE. ViUTiTOE, ASH BSOKES. BIUBBAKE AND IPSWICE. KOnCE.TO MAfiCJEBs! WIDE BAY BAB. PcMWquenceofthegrotpaofUieMidajE Bjnk to tte North-westward. OeSquare Beacon leading thioogt the Middle Channel, have been shifted, aad now lead «rer«ie B«r on an East and West bearing, in not less than 16 feet at low water ipriajfs. G. P_ HEaTIT Commander B.K.. T^ep^rtment of Paris md Harixjins, Brisbane, June 23, 1875. NOTICE TO UAEENEB& TSTST CHAJvSEL, BUISEASE BAB. ON and aBzr this date, «he pant moored at the north-west end of the Inner Cutting will be replaced by a Beacon, marking the elbow of the bank. Masters of vessels osimj this channel, are cautioned that the Dredge is now at work in the Crater Catting, a red Sag by day and a white light by night showing the side upon which she &-4o bejrassed. G. P HEATH, Commander BJi., Fbrbnaster. Department of Ports and Harbours, Brisbane, JTone.5, 187...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

SHIPPING MEWS. 4MOTJU. Jbke SS.— Bramring. Am tender, A. fioberta, ? tin, jma Senpel Bay. Pas ' ?enEere, ex LeichhsnuX foomCooktown via norfa-Mna Shaw. Mra. Sesbitt and child, Captain F. Trouton/Messrs. Shaw, Peterson, Campbell, Ddton, ana nine steerage pn ouk Ex «acfc Swan, from Boetfaeoa June 25^-¥eari a, IS tan, Captain Maybew, bin Sydney, -* tvcle to tbe psarl JroSS.— LadyYomtg. a, 425 toas, Captain W. Cottier, &om Brisbane, Maryborough, ami Oadstaoe. Passengers — Msdsaw. Anna Biabon. Mrs. E. Carr. lbs. G. W. Goodman, Hn. Kelly. Una Bishop, Miss Buckler. Mias UUcHBltneHlfanG. U Gnbn, | fieutlev, K W3sb. W. Thompson, J. B. VaBttt, A. Beader. a Bead, C. Laseeues, ! W. HarneH. and eighteen in the steerage, j Wood and Wood, aoh - Jsme.3S.—Bonmeraag,u,41&tons, Captain CX JTigltwall, from Sydney on flu 23rd - ,,,,,, f- __~_. . U^a nlmanl If iibii, . I Ttiwiant. . *.*i ? igsra^ £uss Damara, ^ii suii. j iVawnace, A. P. Tbompaoo, Gaiespie, E. D. aFGnstjr. JOl. ToBBfc and ...

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BRISBANE. June 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

BRISBANE. June 25. A deputation, consisting ot Messrs. Frazcr, lfeattie, Pechy, ana Bailey, M-LA-'s, waited upon the Collector of Customs, to urge tiie reussa^KO^iegs^if butter, linnrii JErpm.tiie , steamer 'rliirence Irvine, from Sydney, and ? jjai il to Messrs. CallagUau and Moore, which bad been seued by the Customs for deficiency of duty. Mr. Thornton said be wasimafate -to inliirm, sail aaggestnri appli oiliontoais Govemor-iB-Cooncfl. June 56. Mr. Macalister is seriooslyin at Su-lgate_ it is reported eihibifingarKinlertiesyriiptomii. 4nne27, 9-Mp.m. Mr. Maoslistercaina to town to-day. He , is enffedag from epilepsy, not apoplectic symptoms as nirst reported. It ti understood that the doctors hare ordered rest and quiet, bnt no ^«i™pJt-tj» danger is apprehended. The Minister for Works has received rainier news from Warden Sdlidm, to the effect that the popnlation of the gold-field is about J000, including many Chinese. The majority of the diggers sire scarcely making a linnz, an...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

SIDNEY. TheS.IC BmM of the 23rd instant says :— Our advices from Hongkong to May IS state that the te»nnrket*ari-opened at some of the ports at an onpreceieatedly early period. At Hankow sales vere made on the 13th, and at Canton musters shown prior to ibe 6tt. The erst crop of scented teas is said to be inferior, and fine orange pekoes very scarce. In the stock and shase market, to-dij- (22nd). the only new feature was a stronger d-ir^m* for City Bank, witfa sales at 8}, to S°, £8 8s. 6i, £8fe.6d.,-8S and £8 8s. Kew Son»iWalessoUat4& 'Peak Downs Copper continues to recede ; sales reported at 10s., and seQers at 3d. has.

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

MELBOUBNE. Eichaex. Gibson job Co. report:— Fit Cattle.— The quantity of cattle yarded for this week, viz., 1200 head, was more than sufficient to meet the reqnirenMnts of the town trade, and there being few country buyers in tile market, rates ruled low. Only last Thurs day's reduced nines wens obtained, being a fall of from Us. to 15s. ner head on last Wednesday's qaotatianB. WewOd— 101 bul locks for Mr. Win. Pearson, Kilmany Park, at from £8 to £13 10s., averaging £10 !-!; 92 bullocks for If easts. Bobertaan Bros., of the favourite FF brand, at from £9 17s. 6d. to) £16 10s., the top pen being ksodted dom to Mr. Isaac Swan, Wellington-street. Col- 1 lingwood, at £14 12s. 6d., station breeds! averaging £13 13s., afl round £11 6s. yd.: 38 bnllocta for Mr. Joe. Hoddinatt, Bosedale, at from £S 12a. to £9 15s., averaging £9 6s.; 88 bullocks for Mr. Isaac aCQuukm, Sylvanhu Sale, at from £8 9s. 64. to & 12s. 6d-, averaging £9; 16 bollocks for Mr. ttomas A~l-^-' Basedale, aveogmg*...

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Northern News. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Northern Hews. Ocsfiksfrom Cooktoira, TowmviDe, Saveos wood, Bowen, and Mackay, extend to the 19th instant; and from Millrhrsfcrr ana Chatera Towers to the 12th imttaut. COOKTOWH ASD TflE PALUEB. 'Die CtwHosTa Coarwr contains the follow ing: — Onr BnOdingE.— It is positively astonishing tiie number of buildings that are now in coarse of erection inCoottowa, andaswetake it as a corroborative proof of not only tile fact of holding onr own, but as a, masts oC cbesdy and progressive improvement. The Court Bouse ^progressing japiffly, ana V31 bereaoy for bis Honor the Judge ontfceSUi inst The aceammodaolon for the adnmnstration of justice is ample, bat in. one portion there is i vi 1 inily an onussion in tile si i uv i mmtn which demand attention at once': that b «b4ea-[reanses nenne iiT i1iiif»wiTaj| b? commenced. BuainM jajsayffilice ^» ; HHiuguignp on every »ra3anWBJS--t groswl Uimumisliiig a frontage tojfe'maio street Messri MedhnrstandCo^Bave a large store in coarse of eiecliuu uu«s...

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Banquet to Sir George [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Banquet te Sir Gewjge S?Sgfc«»4 Tax London Times OAeJSBSi^0m^t a, lengthy report of the banquet £&? .«-£&. George BowVn, the '^fem?jrC*lK aims time ago notiSedmvarKajMiHarawv H^-H. the Dote o£ E^*«^oe3mS3rg chair, md the company uiiin1i«finMDut3«*f* ncuidmg most of the pronmirnt fthrtraEans at present in England, the »uk»vot Man charter, several members -of .tiuneenuje, ?=* s- number of niter celebrities. Mr. Arftnr Hodgson was secretary. aoS afthoogh be bad noopr»rtmuly of malting a SMech, he secured tbe mooUfcahappm^ot reading a letter. In proposing the tnast of tbe crenin&_the Sake of Blinburgh. referred: to^&rtSeorge » a personal friend of 'hia om, and m the course of his speech said, that 'm Queensland, in New Zealand, and now in Victoria, Sir Giarce Botreo hu JBflfMeJ the popularity ana the friendship of all ine inhabitants of the colonies, and that popularity is shared to the foil by the amiable partner of his life, Lrfy Bowes, whose social BTr...

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Prince von Bismark. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Prince ton Bismark. {From the BriOA VAIL ) Thu latest news with respect to the great Chancellor of the German Empire is that he is to be created Duke of Lauenben;. The advancement of this remarkable man has been such as to parallel in some respects that of the tnst Duke of Wellington. This General, the younger son of an Irish peer, left England, being at the time a member of the House of Commons, and returned to his native country after some four years' service, to be introduced into the English House of Peers fcj- two princes of the blood royal. On this occasion his patents were read in succession, of Baron, Viscount, Marquis, and Duke, and he then took his seat on the Dukes' Bench. Bismark was simply a younker of as old £un3y, but for his valuable services, which it may be said advisedly were as much for the people as for the sovereign, be has been raised to the tanks of Count, Prince, and Duke. In the expression just made use of lies a. oath which all statesmen should la}* to hea...

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The Gold Yield of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

The Sold Yield of the World. Acoorjjino to a statement published in a recent number of the Emmemuf, die aggregate produce of all the gold mines since 1S48 bas astoanted to ,£548,540,000. In 1848 it was esti mated that the total stock of gold then existing was about .£560,000,000. If this estimate was nearly correct, the yield of the mines during the past seven and-twenty yesrs about equals the whole stock of gold existing in the commercial world at the beginning of the period. But if the wear and tear, and casual losses of the twenty-seven years reached .£3,000,000 per annum, there would have to be deducted a total sum of £81,0000,00. The existing stock of gold in the commercial world at the present moment would therefore some what exceed .£1,000,000,000 (one thousand millions) sterling. It woald be interesting to ascertain how much of this enormous sum is in the form of gold coin; bet. so Sax as we know, there are no means of deter mining the question. The productive ness 'of the m...

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Gladstone. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

SUtUtooe. , [fsom ocs mn- c3£BBsKBnwsx.l Of Monday, aa inquirTwas keUJbr G. V Ken. ^tonc^Se to&JUbZL lonson, wbo was knW at tbedffiopessst nd!l,-nSatsraaylast. From uV «videaer A icpesrrf deceased was employed at .tne vcrSd bench waiaootaer, andaboat 11* a.tn. was pi«aiig a lox«ltinn«roverata»i weight on the &ame. Deceased at snsiae«a (came to sUft the log, and tm taking away hm crowtiar the log commence* rouW - |us taste called— 'loot out;' deceased -£ropped -fae bar and tried to atop tiielogKEbinbsiKl in which ne faued, the log mKag on ks chest, and ioand there. Assistance was j* hand instanfly.bot on lifting the log tiw das* was found to be cmshed in. Deceased never spats, tuttdied before he eould begot *»tm* tent. To be inside tile faanw was contcaiy-A- orderc, but deceased was a carcfnl and asipor There appears to be aome'mtpmy lor gaas business auotsaents by speenlatars ftnsn A» south. Holders, however, seesa 4iapased«» ask long prices, as tbe most likely sites...

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Embezzlement Extraordinary in Japan. ESCAPE, CAPTURE, AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Embezzlement Extraordinary In Japan. ESCAPE, CAPTURE, AND SUICIDE. Rumours of a fraud so gigantic and daring as to be almost beyond credit have nfjfo3*?*! the public mind to-dajr (roth ultimo), and soch was the interest excited that business was, to a large pvttftit neglected, and the knots of earnest ^»i3'*y; coogi^gated on the Bond strongly of some occurrence of more than ordinary interest As soon as business commenced it was whispered that the French Bank — Comptoir D'Escompte, Paris — had been defrauded to an extent variously stated, ranging beteneen $21,000 and $100,000, by persons employed at its counters, and in the confidence of the manager, Mr. E. G. Guulemont. On the 10th instant, mare than a week ago, the German schooner Iris, a smart vessel, which had jost completed the discharge of a cargo of sugar, consigned to Mr. F. Knoblauch, was disposed of to Charles Adds, for merly manager of the Grand Hotel billiard room— 00 account of whom was not stated — for 10,000 dollars. T...

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Gladstone Salt, and its Uses for Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

Gladstone Salt, and Its Uses for Stock. Tec following is a copy of a report addressed to 'the Board of Inquiry into the Causes of Disease in live Stock and Rants :— GENTLOnsr,— I have the honour to submit the result of aa analysis of aea salt, stated to hare been ^»*h-J at Gladstone, of second-class quality, and prepared aoldy for i the use of sheep and cattle. [ This salt usupates very favourably with i European sea safi^ as wiO be seen from the j analysis of second-daw salt made at tile cekv I brated St. TJbes Salt Factory, and which is , given below. j In 1000 grains there are iimtiiiiiiiid — j '— -imr St. TAxs1 ?dt. mb Urgroteottem^br — ... — 2**u 3S-O9 ? laponas ... ._ ... ... 1-18 2t» aohAle-Bklacr-hnsliiaaBillrau_ -ry- — SnDtauoTHaetiriiaaB)... _ &IJ *W ; riii'i.ili sr TTsTi saJiiai &«a — , Cnurakatsouiaai||nmstt9 ... Mi-it 831-W inrso loano I «uM detect ooiodidesorbromidee, but found ' traoss of chloride of potissmm | On account of the large onantities of del...

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OUR BRISBANE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

OUR BRISBMH UllEft. »fr the Horace Irving on Monday night too Qoeenslandere at me toSncfea aimed forTifcrope. OBewwirtJafaaRBg, ?L1A, who has been greatly unwed from fan acrqstamra seat in Parliament during the current aesaon, aid ibwrntoii has been warmlj- welcomed by -Ms colleagues and Menus. Mr. Bell is a gentleman of sogenW Mii kindly 2 disposition, and of so much ?uderatiou ana fiberafity el opinion, that fa fa s source of coaskieraMe sJKngti , to Ks party. He is perhaps somewhat wantim; in th»t TmnagErng industry which is «Bential to a successful priTOrrm ; but lone experience in public life and the possession of j ample means enable him to exercise a very } mumUat inBnence in political matters. The j eaembers of Mr. Palmer's late Ministry are ! - «* all in their places again, and it is ran i «btnfort to people carries of party and only \ inxioiis for eond government, to know that ' «benoo«tr and integrity of tie ex-Ministers j cmlecrively and severally remains nnsnUied. j OBd...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

LOCAL AM [HEfflSCMWS. Despite the threatening aspect -£? tbe ?ueatheroo'nmradsr msang, tie Vatonseer Bifles, noJer the command of Ciptain I*w- 1 twaroe, adnl * die appoiatad horn, an* boded *y their bs»d. paraded throagfc tbe {irincqal aUnAl of the town to the com- | ?Landing officers iriHiTica. wsevlhey verej treated ini most hospitaUe Mnner by that I ptlteaai, Mtamne to the oral-room at halfc snstnineo'clsck. Tke band, under die «Ue 3e*4ersmy «f tbe lanrimastw, Mr. Adsnav j enlivened the marca. m& some choice air* - piiyed in ogatal atjte- J80' band has -prife a credit to tbe torn, though from the ; absence of Uie big dram it fosses main* its ' military eoeet. . Tbe nominations for the Flying and Racfc ?fcampton Handicaps at om'forttcoming annual nce'meetin& wereTdeclxrea' it the Criterion ; Hold, on Monday ' evening. * For the j Blying Handicap, the entrances, so e« as we ! coold ascertain, were as follows': — Mr.- - ? 's lilies, Mr- H. W. Idea's Kg. Fh9osopher ' ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 3 July 1875

^ ? _ns I BIRTHS. HAftftlAGES, DEATHS. \ amrtL IUH.-DI 'be M inrtMBt, u VarieUi Malta. E-,,«C»«tt. o«t« taper pla-ec^iT. ^^' CxiKXBunL.-OB tto »k taaaat. at ber n«4deBo-, Ik* MataA Hal, the Wfc « E. B. Otndakaa^ aCaduthter. XaSKllGF-. tan-msKs-Oi -te »It Asir, at as f ? uW OanaA, br Ha Sec. 2. W. Oaan. r.T.Srinnr. u JoBa Ranaau. amsbar of Hr.c! BettriAce.

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