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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. MONDAY 1.20 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 June 1889

OUE TELEGRAMS. (FROM -MJR OWN COUUESl'OXDEST). SYDNEY. Monday i.20i-.n. At the Homcbush stock sales yesterday 459 cattle were yarded, principally medium and inferior. Prices advanced 10s. to 15s. per bead, best bul locks averaging £10 7s. 5d. and others from £5 J5S. per head. 9257 sheep were penned and competi tion was languid, prices being weaker. Prime merinos brougut X3s lid. extra good i 7 b, mid others from 6s. 10J. ami Crossbreds 0s Cd. to Ms. per head. ' Yesterday's wool sales were unusually brisk competition for all lots offered, the whole catalogue quitted being scoured reaching 19d., others also ad vanced. The Government have not yet tukvu any dclinite fiction in connection with John Davics' cose or with the final report of the Casual Labor Board. The Minister for Mines is preparing a Bill to con solidate the various acts relatiug to stock and pas ture. About six Free Tradecandidates are iu the field for Central Cumberland. The Protectionisms have made no move yet. The Cab...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some Costly "Curios." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 June 1889

Some Costly 'Curios.' The sum of £22,400 is a large price for a coat, especially when the coat in question is second-hand and out of repair; and £500 seems an excessive sum to pay for half a, dozen old and cross-nibbed quill pens. For a dis carded wig, too, of obsolete pattern, £210 is an extravagant figure, and any old hat may surely be considered dear at £77. Yet these prices have been given: and, moreover, £790 have been paid for a molar, and £4000 ottered and refused for a front tooth. But the coat was the one which Charles XII. wore at the battle of Pultavn; the pens were those which wcro used by tlic signatorips of American independence; tlie wig once belonged to Sterne; the hat had been worn by Bonaparte at tlic battle of Jiyliiu; tho molar bad been Sir Isaac Newton's; and the front tooth had adorned the mouth of Heloise, the immortal lady-love of Abolard. To-day ' curios' do not fetch as goorl prices as they did curlier in the century, but the rage for them lias not yet died...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Cooma Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 June 1889

--Mtj!t;t l£;tiHv;ty Tiuw Tnlilv, Tlie timetable fur. lliu C.ii-:n i iim- h.i-; bowi ])ub lislied. Tbe mail train, wiii.'u 1v.iv-m (idiilhuiu daily, Mondays exccptwl, at ?' a.di., and ivhiuh funs as a. mixed train to Coouiii. anives at -licbrlMgo at S o'clock ami leaves at HA~-, ivuching Ctr.nu at 10.30. The mixe I train, whiuh runs on M-niilay& only, leaving (Toulburn ai S a.m ileparts i'nnn Micclago ttt h'2'- p.m., and unives m Cooiua at 3.50. On Saturdays only a mixed train leaves Cooniii at S.30 p.m., arrives at Micelago at -i.*i. mid leaves at (i.'2O, reaching Qiieanbeyan at S o'clock, Molouglo, at«.'2O, JJuugendori! at 0.10, Tai-.igo at 30.5, and Goullnun at 11.15. A mixed train leaves Couuia daily, ISatiirdaysexceptedatJp.m., arriving at Michelugoat 7.10, mid laivcsat 7.20, an-ivingut QucaHlieyin nt fl.o, Moloiiglo at !).2.-, liuiigc'u-lore at 10.15, Tarago at 11.13, and G'ou'.burn at 12.30 a.m.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 June 1889

Weekly Calendar. rv.« »n.«tv ni,l 3)ay»of ( Sun ' Sun IMomra B»y8of the Week j^,, RJBl,s - SctB, Age. WutMTCSDAY ? JulW 12 7 3 ' 4 56 14 VnvRSDAY ? 13 7 4 4 S6 15 JTmriAY ? „ 14 7 4 ' 4 -'iO 16 Saturday- ? „ 15 ' 7 4 , 4 fiO 17 Sunday ? „ 1(1 7 5 4 35 IS Mokdav ? „ 17 7 5-4 »- 10 TtresOAV ? „ 18 1 5 ' 4 TiO 20 MOOS'8 J'HASK. Moon's last Quarter June 20, at 5.40 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch, Slrenud et Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, JUKE 8, 1SHH.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 June 1889

And Elegant, designs BRUSSELS CARPETS, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpels, Kensington Squares, and Tupeatry Carpets, We invite attention to those about to fur nidi or renew their carpets to our unrivalled stock of these goods. The styles are new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable Jor Drawing-moms, Sitting-rooms, Dining rooms, Bed-rooms, Landing?, Stair*. We import only the best qualities, and our prices are 110 higher than those quoted else where for inferior makes. Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums anil Mattings in great variety. Pwtterns, «-itli prices and full particulars, sent post free on application. We have a large stock of Art, Cabinet and Upholstery furniture always on hand, and we can malic to any design if required. ii-.wUl Jones and Company, CARPliT, FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse, Opposite the General Post Office, Ul'oRGK STU1C15T, SYDNEY. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPSSODCOA. BREAKFAST. T- Y a thorough knowledge of ihe natural laws l~- which g...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 June 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Nebrioa. — Mining hi the neighbourhood is be coming very active. The Nimby Nimble reefs ate turning out very satisfactory nud a 'new fifteeii uiilc race is likely to be brought in there for ground during. At Primrose Forest on the lleuln River a mile or two beyond Ncrri|e., the old shaft ..jvrtt. through the basalt to ft depth of 130 feet lias 1»ecn taken up by a now company and cleaned out 'hud sunk some ciglit or ten feet deeper. The former party who sunk the shaft iu which they were en gaged for some two years, appear to have bottomed -m «. Lor and although they found a considerable depth of wash -dirt there was scareclv auv iwld in it-. This Mithtliedifficultof keeping down the water compelled them to throw up the sponge. The present party are enabled to keep the water down by ordinary bailing and are driving to the cost and uu»l, having ten or twelve men at work. If they liit iijion payable wash a very large extent of deep ground will bo opened up «.ud it will bo th...

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 June 1889

Notes and Oomments. The Queanljeyan and Bega Ooinjmnies of Mounted Infantry, who wore unable to Isikc part in \\w. Easter military lnatuutn res at the Jwitional Park, were on Sattmiiiy en camped in the vicinity of Moore Park, 1-c- tveeu the P.-uMitigton rifle range ant] tlie Association Cricket Ground. Tliesu two companies, forming a large body ot the mouiijted infantry were obliged to remain ;it home at Easter, through Messrr, Jones and Co. Jjeing obliged to send to Eiigl.-mii for the clothing for the jnountcd companies, and these two companies being the longest way off, having to go short, of course. Hence the necessity of a special encampment for tliem, at no small cost to the country. Oh, ?we would be a formidable power ia the event of real war, when we cannot muster .ill our forces Jit a mere sham fight, because wo can not find them in clothes and have to wait until we can get them out from England before the patriotism and enthusiasm of out inland troops can be displayed ' If ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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COMPOSED ON BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

miiposiib '-ox nit if »ivooi-. ! H uck again to il-« jilftce -if my birtli — K'ntlier stmngoto 111c now it- appears'—- A Jl tbe frlojius of uiy childhood seem scaitovuS , tuid few, . Indicating time's passage of years. D rawii l-y n Imniblc influence, do« 11 in the silent iDinb, W Jiciy! the cd1(1 rain mid sleet ho ilism:i!lyHie:n O 'cr the one tlmt onoe brightened our ho'iiin. Oil, uuoviiidable tears ! Oh, iiiiuviiidnijln past : U«ath is liiiistcrrtf all, uiid claims us for his at ihc lust. J. .!. illWIN. Valemng, .June Jtrd, S8W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

£50 REWARD J-50 FBA'JD & DECEIT. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Gompany offers tin; above Reward for the nrrest and conviction of t.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's boMas,- and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the j genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri- i can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting j the Company's Label — a Bunch of | Green Hops on a White Label, with i Black Letters. | OR. SOULE'S j HMERICHN HOP * BITTERS -A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COKMIXS hops, nucnv, jiashuake, UAMIKLION. A-ss the IYmmit *w- Best Mi-jmcm, Qciimit at Al.li OTHXtt BlTTEBB. J THEY OXT3E8.B j All pi-ua'.- of t!ic Stomach, Bowi-lt. Blood, Liver, K iru'wa'.ii Urinary Oi-Kans, K«vo»*i«W, Stapled ness, i'cn-.nle Comi-Hiiita awl Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! o! testimonials of Uie most wonderful cures, volun t ,n? -in! »- w .'f- nnt publish tliem, as they do liDt malic U-' ? 'mv 1'- ' -''...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (KBOM OCB OWX CUBBESPO^DENT). SYDNEY. Fkidav. 3 p.m. At the Stock sales yesterday 950 cattle were yarded. The sales were slightly weaker, tlie highest average for bullocks being £13, others from £i lls. Sheep, 18,700 penned. The demand was brisk for good qualities, which readied 15s, 8d., others from 8s. The Assembly resumed the consideration of tlie Land Bill early yesterday afternoon. but very little progress was made. Clause 17, relating to purchases in the Eastern. Division, was reached without much discus sion, but this clause occupied the remainder of the evening, anienidment following amend ment iu quick succession. Unless more expedition is shewn the end of the year will uot see th-. bill through. During tlie passage of the steamer Burwah from Maryborough to Brisbane four large whales were sighted, one about 70 feet long. Tiie Anglican synod decided to recommend the Rev. P. J. Chavasse, of Oxford, O. G. Moule of Cambridge, and William Smith of Birkenhead, as s...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? V (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Jbnb 10. The Australian horse Ringmaster, by First King — Yardley, who has been entered for tho Royal Hunt Cup (handicap), a piece of plate, value 500 sovs, , added to a sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, one mile, to ba decided at the Ascot Heath June mcet tiug on the 10th instant, has been liatidicaned at 8st. 31b. The Archbishon of Canterbury (Or. Benson), Cardinal Manning (Archbishop of Westminister), the Rev. C. H. Spurgeou, the Very Rev. Dr. Vaug ban (Master of the Temple), Mr. {Jladstono, Mr. John Morley, the Marquis o{ Harrington, and Lord Randolph Churchill have been appointed members of the committee for raising au English memorial tn the Rev. Father Damien, the leper priest of Molokai, Hawaii. The Prince of Wales is president of the committee, June II, The Damien Memorial Committee propose the establishment of a hospital at Molokai, with a leper ward. They also urge the appointment of a Royal Commission to inquiry into the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Wanted A GOOD GEKERAL SERVANT. Apply J\. Mrs. OSLEAB, Wilson Street. BRUCE AUCTION la connection with the Presbyterian dnireu. IT has been DEFINITELY ARRANGED that the above Auction sale shall take place at Mr, WALLACE'S MART on SATURDAY, the 29th Inst, at 2 o'clock sharp. james McDonald, Hon. Secretary. Full particulars in a future issue. LOST. LOST, a GREY CLOUD between Braidwood and Ch&rWyong. The finder will greately oblige by returning the same to Miss BROOKS, Brook Vale, or to Mus. ALLEN. P. and A. Society, Sraidwood. mHE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Society _L will be held at the ALBION HOTEL on THURSDAY, the 27tu INST., at 11 o'clock a.m. Business to receive Committee's report, Trea surer's balance sheet, elect office bearers for current year and transact auy other business brought be fore the meeting. GEO. FRED. TAYLOR, Secretary. Broidwood, 14tb June, 1889. LEGAL. Mr. F. wrO'BRIEN, Solicitor. Market-Street Ooulburn. MR, F. W O'BRIEN, will attend the ensuing Braidwoo...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

LONDON. Thursday. A continental newspaper states that Rus sia has issued a order for four million boots for the army, also for the immediate storing of provender for the troops massing on the Western frontier. Genera] Gourko's scheme for fortifying Poland will cost thirty million roubles and will be commenced immediately. Russia is also increasing the strength of her artillery forces. Stanley arrived at Lake Victoria Nyanza on December 2nd. He lost many member of the expedition by starvation and frequent encounters with hostile natives. Stanley had rejoined Em in Bey at Unyara when last heard of journeying to Insalala for provisions. The Times states that Germany will jiot insist in chastising Mataafa. America fears the ultimate political pre dominance of Germany in Samoa. The Italians have occupied Senabit in Abyssinia. Four railway officials in Armagh have been arre6red for neglect of duty in connection with a railway disaster. Mr. Gladstone's political tour in Cornwall is proving...

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Payment of Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Pajiueut of Members. The Parliamentary Representatives' Allowance Hill, or, as it u more properly known, the Payment of Members which Mr. O'Connor moved the second reaniug of in the Legislative Assembly on Wednes day, contains jj re clauses of which the first is the Bliort title 1 he uext clause provides that every member of the Legislative ABBeinbly, except those specified in the next section, shall be entitled to re ceive au nllon-ance of £300 per annum, charged ou the cpusolfdatod-veimo, ;and ' payable to every nwtuuer of this present Parliament now servine. from the commencement of the present session^' Thenoxt clause spscifies the exemptions, which are the members of the Ministry, those holdiiu, '°y -™°e of profit under the Crowu, the Speaker, j the Chairman of Committees, or auy person receiv- ' Jog a pension ; provided always that a member of the Assembly in receipt of any allowance or pension may receive the Parliamentary allowance subject to flu abatement of the allowance o...

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Strange Suit at Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Strungo Suit at Law. A somewhat singular lawsuit hits been commenced in ihc ?Supremo Court, Sydney, and set down for hearing on the 20th instant. The action is one brought by Frederick Rose against his son James Uoso7 ti renivoi1 -t'WOO for allcgeil breach of cou. vrnt't. nn.l the cnivorsicin of goods And money re ceived. 'Ihe pl:iintilT, in his di'cliinition, sots out that lh« defendant, in consideration that the plain till1 would mlviinco him i'JSB and certain sheep, entile, and horses, and htiud over t« him the sole management uf the property, comprising the con ditional ptii'oh'ise and conditimml lease known as Cinlcw-parjc, situated at (J unbar in the Hay dis trict, pri-mim-d to support and maintain the plaintiff and liis wife upon the property, and provide them with a residence thereou and the necessaries of, life suitable to tho plaintiffs condition ; and it was contended Unit he had broken such promise, and had wrongfully deprived the plaintiff of the posses sion of his good...

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A Divorce Case from Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

A Oivorro €'a*.-- front Eikiuus. The Stv;;i: i-ijiiililiOiJii.^at soiih1 li-n^lh ihcievi-j delKe in n Divmvf iJ:i--: from Kin:iia, wMlii fully ? Items out llw huli-hi'A-.liii;; jrivci! Im it of 'Lively I timi-s down South.' Tut i'.ftit.ioiit-'V h MinA Cw-rge ? Kusxcll, 'I Ki, i»,i, :kfii.-.-d vi':iu:i)Ui-. -iiiil tiln roa- j pmnieut is In* wiiiv blit.ii Ku-sl-U. Jorinrrly KNvn ? Chester, of t!io fume pliui:, aiul ti'.'- ionspiU'lcul arc r.oh'n-l Ik-.ivy Si^uwh iiml John Hunt, both : of Kiama, Mr. ril.jln.-r, O.C, and Mr. Hiilst™ for . tile petitioner. Th'-rc v. ,'.-i n.i ?\ppi'.ir;tn™ fin- -tht rvsiinndeut or for -!io co-ivfirnidmt lli!.,t. Mr. ? Hnrton, -?}.€.. Mtd Mr. Turn Ri'.lin fur «i-rcppoiidciif. Stuvunson. 'Vhi! punics -.vwc- niarviLMl on October i 17. 18S3. lit Sv.lin.-v. The nelilioiiur was burn ail North Shore mid i* ^9 years .if age, and was as the j time of niiirriiigs in business us a commission ugeut, I but tincc 1S83 Jiiih been in th« hold business at ] Ki.tma, carry...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Parliamentary -vinojiiions without notice are now n recognised institution in tho Legislative Assembly. On Tiies d;ty Mr. AMfiiiil drew the ntteiiUou of the Colouial So'ri-'.aiy lo'ii recent speech by Canlinal Menu, in which' lie F-aiil tiiiit ,i woman inul lieeh turned out of i.ik- of our cliaritahlu institutions bocanso eho WMiiI't not join m ttio prayers, anil uiuxuin cuu di-.-si's h:i.]iit;il. a priest, hiiii not bcei- ullowcd to Si v i pati.-nt who desired his ministrations.. Ho wishi.'d to know whether the Colonial Secretary had iiuuii'Vil what institutions were referred tns ?md ulWtlier the allegutioiw were true. Sir Htiiry l'.ivkoii said the Tion. member could hardly cNjjoct him to «ive any satisfactory explanation* to a question like this asked without notice. However, he had already instituted inquiries us to whether the allegations were correct or not, ami that inquiry would disclose the insti tutions referred to. Tho lion, member might rest assured lie would do liis duty...

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Another Railway Smash. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Another Railway Stitar-h. A Seriotin ai'oidiriit uoi-uri'^d to i!i.-n!-.il i.-'.iin in SydtiL-y at PcinitU suiimi nu Wtil:u-ail:iy nun iiing. Ji ajij)i':»rs that filht-r x\i:- si^n.ilis w.-re ilifjiTi.-t or the poiniMnan was asUep. ;,^ whr-n aji)iroa--iiing the engine slicil tho the train ran oil'on i-i .in-.ther lino into a number of it iu'Us. The shor-k w.is a most scvi'.re one. An oM man was injnrol M.xMit the face, and two Chinainiiu were aloo hurt. All the passengers weru more or loss shaken. Some peculiar accounts of the accident are given, al though most of the officials deny auy kuowli-dge. The following appears about the correct statement. The mail train was going out from Emu plains, which is only a very short distance from Penrith, and the driver, Futlcrton. presumed the lino was clear, but ihe morning ln-ins davk mv\ foggy iic did uot notice the t-ipnul at Victoria Briilgo againi-t him. Travelling oltTwly, when oppojite the engine shed on tlicni.iin liuu In.- r.iu into n...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

G-ENERAL NEWS. ? * ? Holloway's Pills and Ointment. — Rheumatiam and Gout.— These purifying aud soothing remedies deserve the earnest attention of all persons liable to gout, sciiitiea, or other painful affections of the muscles, nerves, or joints. The Ointment should be applied after the affected parts have been patiently fomented with warm water, when the ointment should be diligently rubbed unon the ad jacent skiu, unless the friction causes pain. Hollo way's Pills should he simultaneously titan to diminish pain, reduce itula.mui.il.iuii, nu.l purify the blood. This treatment ii'.-[.t«s tile violet, and spasmodic diseases which spring from hereditary predisposition, or from any incidental weakness of constitution. The Ointment checks the local malady, while the Pills restarts vital power.— Adv. Practical steps are now being taken towards carrying into effect the scheme Jor irriguti ig the Riv*»rinn.. A .-»ivil pnen'mw is taking levels Tor a proposed canal from ISuugowaunah t-- Je...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Srt'aps. [ 'Fraiii-i-. ,\iisiri;i. and Cei-inaiiy have adopted .'UKilccle^s .-iiiii .'(huosl :ioi-eles.-i gunpu«-der for their armies. Th'1 ni-:';-.'l costs at the lain! h~- than three ijiiartprs of a cent., whilo it is put in oireula tiou at a value ot ;') cents. The Now .Teivey man who Jiit upon the idea --(' nuiK-hinji a ruliljer orasing-tip to (he j end -..)' lead pencils is worth .£')0.00t). I Kmj-eror Wiilliain II. is tin'- first Kussinu- I n[ifakingKin^ of Pru.-»ia. Prince Bismarck spenUs l!vi~siau fluently. ]'Inglish :u-my .?Ultl.'orilie.s :n»- (.?'.iii=i(lei1ing a project lor t-nli.-tiiig young boys and letting them gi-ow up int.) .roldi'-rs. l!cv. ,!. J. O'CiWM'l. :i Jes-uh priyst, who died in England, was the muster -if H lan gusiges. and could speak iilmm '.'0 niori1. ]i U said that ill.; Bombay Zoological Oiirdens huve received the budy of a w.\ serpent Gift. )oim- and as large round as a nail-kt-g. A Ijiriniiijuhani linn runs machines of various firms ];y runipryss.'ii...

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