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LOST & WON. A STORY OF A SISTER'S LOVE. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 April 1884

/ A STORY OF A SISTERS LOVE. "| .. " CIAPTER XIII . -. :'Themists Jn the Blued Mountainishaig? like vasts? irtains 'ove: the deep gores aid crawl u'p the sides bf.the steep precipces withl their ich layers of pre-adamic painting on the rocks, covering tp? one by one the bandi of 1oying¶red;,yeliow, blue, and fawn colors on' the steepp banks or the sh'adowv .valley,ascend ing highbr'and higher till the mighty gorge; rent by.nature's convulsions in the heart of the mountaii. ri ,eems like some mighty.lake filled to .the:brim with a seething; surging sea of vapour, whos s shores are the peaks of moun tains, anal wh6seAvaes breaka nor?ilesslyd.on tlE rocks anid trees t1o1t fringe its basi.s On a solitry peak close t4 thg.verge of oln ,ofthos~ ,p{ripitoug shore~§t this sitfnt in a of mist an? ontf 4 few yirds from the tortuous tract;".th,Wids along the rugged side of the mointaios there stands a slab hut with a-roguh sin:-boaird-belaring the inscription ".The D ers Jgy,; Good Acomadasohu...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 April 1884

THE LOOKOUT.; 'em ora mutantur et nos mulamur inti7/i-the interpretation. of which.. is a magnum onum- Yes, Sir, ' times and people do change, and, well-." a-day, I never thought to see the big, big changes which have taken place within the past few years. To think of- dear : old " Grandma" departing from her staid methodical ways, an4 whooping round the " Ad4le4-lieS-r " wth a quill in defenceq of the nfqirtu natemember who through not possessing 'l~therilqpgs, nor the ignoranpo not to know when he is playing the fool, can only utter weak protests is too twa awfully amusing. Well, bless her dear old' soul, she has some respect for fair play and honesty of expression. If I' remembeF gright she has cuffed the kelf-sani member herself pretty soundly it times, but then it was never done in i maliciously vindictive spirit, and it nust therefore be supposed that the eatherine was administered on Cth principle of "Whom the Lord loveth he chastiseth," and so judging, In the good old times ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 April 1884

LOC..L-mOARD OF UZALTt. The minutes of the previous'meeting were read and onfirmed. The Inspector of Nuisances reported as'fol. I have the hoeior to report that during the last fortnight I have been employed servin_ notices to have nuisances abated all of which have been complied with. I have also inspected the Piggeries in' con. sequence of complaints being lodged, and found part of Mr. Bowen's premises m a most filthy state, ror which offence I intend to pro. ceed against him at court. Inspected Mr. Parry's also and found there a inmost marked change for the better. ---The proprietors of all the offeisive trades within the borough have now'paid their regis. tration fee. The contractor for lighting the kerosene lamps on the Swamp road is supplying a verry poor light. The report was adopted. The Inspector of Nuisances said that during the holidays, there had been a very bad smell from-some factory.;, In! company with the Mayor he, visited, Messrs. BIlyth, Irvine and Pinney's establi...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, APRIL 21ST. Before Messrs. D. Mitchell, (Mayor,) and C. Johnson, J.P. AMATEUR STOREKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 April 1884

- '_I1SOQN ovD APRIn 21rST. Before- Messrs:iD.'Mitcll thcI iMfayor,)tand. tiaIJoG: ionson, J.P'" A.MATEUR STOREKEEPERS. Two IT i a?l,§tmedIl"ohn Ellis arid Willisam' Brown, aged 16 and.y17 respeetively, iwere charged wittehreaking'i?nto?"tr store at'Brayý brook, and stealing therefrom articleds to; the value of 9s..9d?" -l.?- '.:..""''"' iMr. 1.., rene- appared for-Ellis. Brown was not drfeAlef: r' .' : ' As the policclbandno objection the charge was altered o'oene if simple:larceny. s . Edward Birkill, grocer's assistant to Mr. Dickson, of Braybrook, deposed: ithli on the 14th inst., (Easter Monday,) hlie dwas at the store in thq Railw?y? Camp, a0dsasiit was t i holiday, left a"t6bthalf-past t?eniti.. the morn * ing leaving the dqr securely fastenedl. George 7C3aC s ill" 6Ciuoekeepr 'to' ;te Dickson, stated that on openig; the. stone on Tuesday he missed several articles, iiincluding a" khnie, ring,mcat, cheese and iomq cash, which had been leftin thh till .' On the followiing day ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 April 1884

BIRTHS. TURNER.- On 14th April,(Easter Monday) at Errol Street, Footscray, the wife of Alfred Turner, of a daughter. McWATERS.- At Mo?e Street,Fitzroy, on   Easter Tuesday, Mrs. D. McWaters of a daughter. Both doing well.  

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, APRIL 24TH, 1884. Before Messrs D. Mitchell (chairman), W. Mitchell, D. Newell and W. Bowley, J'sP. MIND-YOUR PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 26 April 1884

THURSDAY, APRIL 24TH, I.84. Before Messrs Mit'ell: (chai ), V Mitchell; D. Newell and w .' Bowley, J'sP. - \itrr,-oul.(b5 R &I /"l James McGill, a residefi .of Brown's Hill, was charged with:allowinesiastpig i d vande. in the street. ",.- -, ed. ar Mr. McKean appeaie-fJt??edefen6e. Constable Bonnett-deposed to- havingiseen the defendant's,pigs wand, g,about the street on Sunday afternboon!.' . 1 1 -. Sergeant Gray informed e.nchtat bhe had frequently received co1mplaintsfrom?the neighbors. Mr. McKean in defence stated-that tife pigs had got out through a1 hole in th enc? , apd his client had sent his liy.to find them.. It was the intention and not 5e act that 'made a man liable, and his client.had no intention to commit anuisance.-stl iv-L<r.' o'n Ij1?tA The same defendant was theocharged?sith, having a dirty"yard o'"-. : " .e Sergeant Gray,,d'eposedr: thiatPi e 'visited McGill's yardqo.Sunday. afternoin, andifounil a lot of decomposed meat, at whibhhalf a docen. ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

STO DAY'S MATCIIES ' AAI.BERTs y. :FIT RO- JUNIORS.-The ollowmingwtl reprent 'th??Alb'ets,?vho`?are ,requesetedfo be on the? ?grd dnot, later thais D45 wp m Daof'i Thompson ', Arthur, M'Mullen Storie, Huggan;, Smith,- Hurst, O'Halloran Payne,;Emerson, Stone, ?. S. Comben, Briassch, Beeson, M'Ewan," Warne, Junner, Brown;v. J. Sawyer; emergencies F.,Sawyer, Greenwood, Mitchell. OdFoTSCR AY .1 VWAkRtLEY.-This match will be played at Footscray this afternoon, and is likely to be well contested. The locals have got a good leanin together, and if they- play.s welb together should ,jistify the general opinion that they iill win. Every player is requested to appear in. full uniform, and the wearing of blue and: white' guernseys and red caps,is compulsory. The caps may be obtained from.the Secretary on the ground. The' local 1team' will '.be chosen' from- the following :-Anderson, Bennett, Boyd, Gibbs, Cant, Charles, `Findlay, H-airison (Vice Captain), Hunter, Hoan, Hoiwaird,; Kenny, Homewoo...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

Spor ti n g. I The Footsc played thtiir first match on Siturday against the Williamstown who haj e. joined;the;Association, .anld-:call themselves seniors . It is the general opinion that it would hase been'better for tiem-to continnge-tgrank as a first elassiunior team rather tlhan inm the name of fecondlrate seniors..-Theit py dn Satuirday iwas certainly' not what woii ,be_ expectedt, from asenior. team.:--To kick two goalssand six behinds, to four behinds, aiginit' aijunior teami is nothing to he proud of," bitt rather ought to leatd them to see their folly; in i,?mirgt being 'called seniors. The-Footscray iwere beaten, bit not, disgraced." Individually they played quite as well as the WVilliamstown, tut collectively. they did not show to 'such advantage.. This is accounted for ;by the, fact. that nine of the treai, were, new, players aid; it is too much to es.pect that such would 1ie blb:tdo blay well together.; In a2few,,?deks,: when the playrs" get to know' each dthe'r. itnmay...

Publication Title: Independent
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ADDRESS TO THE LATE COMET. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

-ADDRESS TO.THE LATE COMET. I; .i? .?.:'!r :~-.. B¥.J:·~B..M.B.-. ·i... • Oh' Comet, Comet 1,Wh'erore dunist thou mmeiit So very frightful and so verystrong? If you don't draw it very mild, my sonnet. :. Will be much shorter than I teunt the song." - . Frorhaft far distant poin in tlhe hbriron - Hast thou brought to us this long tail ofthlne ? To show to us. Whom but one sun doth rise on, The glories tha in far-off regions shine. What'art thou, Comet..Say, a mss of viour Sb sayeth Herc iel; Elley and bind, i As light as a bank note, or other uaper Which only.loated is, but as abhnd. . Could Ia tale unifold I Like that thou slisest, My articles would claim the highest rihe Ofan story writer that thou knowsst .Unless ho~wos historian of the skies ..- <,. Like.the I Who preadst th tail o'er half the esa .And over'i Aldbaraaond his sons,-, ',,,5 , Islaking the toy all sixes and olltvens Until thy nure eccentric thou hast run.,.'l ?, ' " Mighty Prodigous;girand and'dvny globio...

Publication Title: Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1884. Labor and Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

"ONWARD AND UPWARD." FooTscRAY. SATURDAY, MAY 3,_ 1884. Labor. and Capital. IN somine respects the inaigural addess of'the.. Presideint of the Iintercoloiial Trades .Union Congress, is :an ou-t-. spoken statement of the views held by a large section of the working men of the colony, on the relationis betweenh capital aniid labor, simiply friom the? fact thatithey have not looked at the. ques tion; ,saveofromi the narrow:stand point of its influennce upon their own: employ ment.- It is all very well to assert that "Capital jis :the mere tool of trade,'" and in a certain,,very limited, sense it, may be true, but:iw hen it is considered that trade cannot 'do:, nothing without capital, while capital in our present ciir cumstances can always secure' interest; here 0or elsewhere,: the statement as sumes a ondie-sided forim; . The: fact is that to: be muiiitually reproductive' the. three-factors must be mutu'ally em ployed,; initellect o?invenition, capital to put into form ithe invention ...

Publication Title: Independent
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LOST & WON. A STORY OF A SISTER'S LOVE. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

-A ASTORY OF: A ?SISTER'S LOVE.~ i CHAPTER XIV.· . .. Six months had iassed away, like one of the. rapid revolutions on the clock of time to the old, whose weeks and' months seem" to: hurry. with increasing velocity and a greater sameness each year as they approach nearer to the shores of the tideless sea of eternity. The same round of business, of sleeping and eating, one day so much like another that no distinction appears till the week is gone. Multiply the weeks into months, and the months into years, with the same unsatisfied heart-longings present each day,. each hour. With the same. waiting, watching look in each face, at each meal seldom put into words to bring to the surface the deep feeling that lies hidden in each heart, and is nursed there, spartan-like, in" silence; although it gnaws 'the very soul strings with the cbnstant hoping-lreading, doubting, yet expecting each hour news of' the absent ones in the far off Southern land, where they have taken the hearts of the ol...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Fizzle. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

OURreaiders ,will ,remember that' sbme time ago Y?a ; petition was -senti to the Borough' Council, praying thfat steps sshould -be 'taken to' urge iupon the Harbor Trust the necessity for carrying out. some improvements min `our river: frontage so that vessels of a heavier. draught might reach our: .wharves; It is but lihumin nature,:taken iiindividually or collectively, to. look after itself, and considering the-.composition obf- the Trust and :the fact .that miembesisare nearly all interested ni the Metiopolis; we need. only expect "thatt Melbourne will be the great object `fcarei Bisit, where authority extends, responsibility goes with it, and? as w'e are" included within the .jurisdiction, we?.have." as mnuch right to iget our requirements attended to as the city;, werel its popu lationten times as numerious. We ar-: are not going to disparage tlie Tiuist,. like our ,neighb'ors,:ibecause all !:the. income and exertions are noti-lavished? in makiiig this 'boroughi a South'erh Liv...

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Good News for the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

:.Good News for the' Ladies.:' For somnetin;cafew of ourgallantM's.P. have dvw.cated the extension. of the franchise to ladies, and now we may expect " that good" time coming" to have a great lift forward when: cur;new. Governor arrives...Look up ladies and bless Sir Henry Loch as per extract :-It may probably surprise a good many people to learn that in one portion of the British dominions sex entails .no electoral, disability, and where women have the. full privileges of electors. This innovation was brought about in some measure by his Excellency Sir Henry Loch, the new Governor of Victoria. It was under his administration as Lieutenant-Governor of the Isle of Man, that the local legislature, termed the -louse of Keys, was made elective, arid equial electoral privileges given to both sexes.- That the system has worked well we have the strongest testimony from Sir lhenry Loch himself, In addressing a large meeting of Manx men and women held at Liverpool to congratulate him on bein...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

':" : G&INS'- D' ARGAyI'N-S Y R ?f;jBARGAINS I -iI go to any other shops when you can go to .RIC HA R DS' MONSTER :BOT: WAREfHOUSE; (Lute Arnold), ERROL STREET; -HOT.H';A (Next door to Fitzgerald IroMther,: He buys for Ci'h "` He sells for Chsl! ', .. : .... . co pesi? o er d. :. - I. H L naies t URNS WAL LACWS .FURNIS, WALLACH'S - *7 F ISH i -" "WALLAUCWSRISH : -? `, : :-,. ii. ang st' - ,..':2 " ::-.RI. S EH:'' - :- . S ::". FURNISH' : WALLACII: .:-, .HOUSE? Jt` ou?. -.- `URNIs ? '- EHOUS E You?? '`A ;,HOUSE Your At , OUSE HOS HOUSE t H HOUSE WALL S .A -- . WALLACH'S " At WALLACSs? , , WALLAH'S's At. WALLAcuIS At -: ''".":3:,.:. Wnd. mfVALLACe'S - V s w, , '. siWALILACH'S ,ELIZ ABETH STREET, WALLACHS • ' !'S ZA",ET H? T, - _ ' ..Two doors frome Post Ofice. Price Lst Free on Application or Pamphlet.i WALLACH'S Snbstantial Dining Room SSuite. i i Haircloth, comprl. I • S sing Carved Back Couah, two Easy Chain and four Spring . Bosise Chuis in Good Cedar WALLACE'S ;Car Dinin-...

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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, APRIL 28TH. Before Messrs W. Mitchell and D. Newell, J's.P. A COMMON OFFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

Justice of Peace Court. i ( MONDAY, AiIl'28TH.:' . * U Before Messrs WV. Mitchell and D. SNewell, J's.P. C OA COMr 'OFFENCEs. ' . George Bowen was charged with keeping a dirty yard. SSergeant Gray' deposed: that he visited the defendant's 'premises on the" 23rd inst; and found there two cart loads ofmost offensive matter, which had been carted from the abattoirs. 'The smell was. very bad. The neighbours. had frequently :complained of the smell coming from defendant's place. Constable Bonn'ett corroborated' the Ser; geant's remarks; '". ?;; , , , T ; . The defendant called a man named Johnon who deposed that he lived", next t door to Bowen and had found nothing offensive. Bowen informed the Bench that it was im possible to carry on, his business if he was not allowed to keep the stuff the Sergeant had seen. A fine 'of 2os. with' 2?:s 6d. 'bats was inficted. APPEAL. Mr. Stewart, of the firm' of Malleson, England and Stewart, appeared on behalf of the Bank' of New South Wales, to appea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

ELGRAVIA : LADIES SCHOOL, ? CIARE STREf. ;": .: " Bs ' s.AND HTIE MisEsDIXON ` . Are prepared to receive Pupils at . the? above Address. Second quairter commenced on the i6th April.. STcrms on applic atioli.?,t: ' :iuic Lessons given. OOTSCRAY:' SCHOOL OE COARTS AND DESIGN : New. Quarter, eommenced on April; 4tb. Subscriptions 2s 6d. pier quarter.C, : Classes meet every Friday7.3o p.m. -'Drawing taught in all its branches. - Ladies classes separate.' i J. . ohn Deakin, Secretary. HE FOOTSCRAY IECHANICS' IN1 STITUTE AND FREE READING ROOM AND LIBRARY., . 'IEMBrER'S SUBSCRIPTION-2s 6d 0 QUARTER. Opern every evening from 7. till, to. Daily; Weekly; and Illustrated. Papers, Scoan tific Journals, and Magazines, on the Tables.'! The lending library contains 2onb volumes.; School of Design every Friday.: WILLIAM PERL, Sec. .W. `H. HEATHCOTE, (Organist at St. John's ChurchFootScray), TEACHER of. :,. PIANOFORTE AND CABINET :ORGAN Town' address - Beaufort' House, Drum mond-street North, Carlto...

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THE LOOKOUT. Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

;-o'"Look out down there, for I'm about to shoot. SY'ANKbEE Porr. . It. isnot 'everyone who wod :-feel deeply gratified aifi at receiving sichi' an ?" epistle?';athit which reached a wort~hy ;,resident amongst us, the other day; anrid it is perhaps a good` thing that tlie l layn,':who dotubles his joys and,!halvds his sorrows, did not read the letter first, r? as,Mrlis.,Lookout has an awkward'habit, of doing "just to see that nothing'has beencforgotten,;" as -she says,; but my ',opion is slightly different. .However, gentle reader ! :;Imagine the feelings of -oa youngly married'man,;whose:soniand , heir has;notvyet reached -the;mature" -age of four years, at recelvings-an :ofic'l noticefrbomtilIe Kew 'Asylum, reporting sTfollo?ws :c '.Iii reference to. your .son, ah patien in-this asylum,. have to' nform. og?i that there is 'some Sslight improvemen. in hid state I-- I is not so noisyor e'xited1 ,but Lam"".orry S' to be iable ,to allow you, to see hint, as I do not thihkiittwould be ...

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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

ROUND.THE WORLD: BY--A-,OOTSCRAYAN. - I could lnoit iscnd Vesura i s whlen I first giot to Naples, because, from some high winds the loose ashes at the Cone had blown about, and" cioked up them rilway line; batt heariing fromin the hotel porter that'it was clear again, I made arrangements"to ascend the rollowng.day. •The hotel porter, on the continent, is rather an important ppersonage to the trvell.r. -He is supposed to know everything about the place the hotel is in, and your best, plan is t take him into your confidence when you arrive, and with the aid of a.fee you will be able to get much information out of him. - The worst of it is; if they do not know what you ask them, they will make: bold guessess and sometimes put you in an awkward fi. Therefoe my conclusion is not to put implicit trust in them, without referring to any other source of infoi ration. -.However thistime' the porter was of service, for he told ine of a party being. niade up to start next'day; so having leftrh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

.r.'; .t aarn'' INSURANCE...... CAPITAL -r i oo ooo r1 nir Hni.i HENRY MILLER. ,n, i1RE, MARINE, LIFE, anad GUARANTEE JOSEPH COLLIE, Secretary i " .Ma' ? et street, Melbourne.. : -. 4 sEd 86 Collins street west M ·joq" A; iDE.iI1y AND . J.Mr BARR;- :.i"(-;lr'. -b I~ , Ag ent fororFo y .Footyd ill stown : L:HEnCOLONIAL 'AMUTUAL LI T E i: ASSURANCE SOCIETY. LIMITED SMUTUALLIFEA~SURANCE, ENDO -? .F'~,i· r.LMENTS,D ANNUITIES. IN. S.." Pni Psr ?. cAL: OFFicE: ' S84 i:86 CiOLLINS ST:,WEST, Melbourne '" .' OFFICES IN ALL TAHECOLONISF. T" : z" +2."? ."WI , r- 'EN -T RIATES=F.P:P E. i .? .- ' The Ho. .Sr VWeo'rge on n LJA CK Se .eta ' j' os 'HooSITs fooms fMlwhpropos;'i "nLoD te? B o? h M?' keamoelLo o 1.1. i. R If. Plow Kanet e , leagro Cltao'' -.e: oo-IR?TheoNo.:o BeR- M.L:C., Mo.o.St-Melkoooe iTe N on. A. rT. ndWokl.P.,,ittilasto w n " I : . Ju- :ASSURNEtiE SOCIETY. :DIrITED . . Nonforfeitable whL e the surreder vaTluSis siou?e :, a one p lroisP oc. to e Members. I IM l-Depu !IChoirt I I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 3 May 1884

Special Advertisemente hOYAI HALL, BARKLY STREET. The above building is now vacant on any evening for Lectures, Tea Meetings, Balls, Socials. &c. The Lodge Room up stairs is. also to be had.at a very reasonable pgure for further intormation apply to A. MARK i and Co., Royal Buildings, Barkly Street. IHAT THE . PUBLIC KNOW Where the Drapery' IS SUPPLIED f: ERROL STREET,r? NoRTH... MSELB OURNE, Country order receie special attention VALUER, ESTATE, AND FINANCE: AGENT, "INDEPENDENT" OFFICE, :" -Nicholson Street,. Footscray. AGENT' FOR THE Colonial Mutual Fire, and Marine Insurance Companies., In which the Insured participate..n the Profits. Risks taken at Lowest Rates. Insure' your Houses, and your Furniture. MR PALMER, Post-office Store, Stephen? street, Yarraville, has been-appointed: agent for Mr Barr, and will receive particulars of properties or goods for sale and arrange for in. sarances. " Dreesmakers.: 4.~ i . . S -Si,.:N!E 'L' SO-.:N." - IDRESS and COSTUME MAKER. Corne...

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