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MELBOURNE July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

MELBOURNE. JulvS. Yesterday was observed as a public holiday in commemoration of Separation from Kew South Wales. There is a very hi^i flood in the Biver Murray. Mr. Charles Clarke has been asked to lecture in aid of tbe Tichbome Fund, but has declined todo so. The weather is intensely cold. JuIjSl Dr. Bradford has doped witb a young lady of fortune. It is supposed that they bave gone to Calif omia. Hedley, a weJMmown cricteter, has ab sconded from a firm of Bolicrtore, leaving a i deficiency in his accounts. JalyS. The Melbourne WoaDen -3otb Companr hare declared a dividend at the rate of eight per cent per annum. Rev. Mr. !Tj»rivwi«jTh»iJ Presbyterian Minister, is dead. Fanning, son of if r. Fanning, of tbe firm of j Griffiths, Fanning, and Company, has been | killed while hunting. j TheBaakof Adelaide bisde-Asred» dividend I of tffti per ?*y*rf- July 7. The Government refuse to give State aid to sectarian onmanages after Septanber next. Joly& I The Coaunission to SDquire ...

Publication Title: Capricornian, The
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PARLIAMENTARY. BRISBANE, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

PARLIAMENTARY. Bbcouke, July 2. In the legislative Assembly, last night, ?there -was an animated debate on Mr. Ivory's nssoboaoiu. The Uonmmeat refining Hie' S5i^^E^^^^^^^_Si^^^e3^^^^^H^B^^^^^^HB sdactatsftaMw. *m m&SiSi, totattOmj iriiuMttocanpethaaitoariare frt 'ilifUli %ri fhr arlnriinw [iiihHil, the matter teW amder wppeal to the Ztssy &-anei. OT&mtdy. iKEataer asned t. Bodify tfeTesobituos so as to o£u all sekenWaai -wakb the -conaitiBm had been Eanmel Hie motion was then passed. On tnoring the adjournment of tjse Bouse, Ihe Xreanrer announced that the Con Unoe Alienation-Bill wtxdd be considered in Committee on Tuesiiy next - Bbissixe, July «, 7 pjn. The AssemUy, soon after opening, resolved itself into Committee of the Whole «a the UndSBL The Minister (or Lands moving clause I, Mr. C J. Gcaham notified aiin^y^ii with Bsks for sash,~wSi -One option of deferred payoMBts waii interest added. A discursive debate followed, in which the limited scope of the ...

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ME. MACDONALD'S CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

ME. MACDOXALD'S CLAIM*. The manner in which the claims of Mr. 1 P. K. Macdoxald have been treated by ] the Government, is another proof of the j wretched imperfections of our legal ! system. Nearly six years ago those ] claims were investigated before die i Supreme Court in Kockhampton. A most wearisome trial was carried through before His Honor Mr. Justice Ixtwychc, assisted by nearly all the members cf the | Queensland bar, and a verdict was ultimately recorded for the friaintuT, with £,i6,t)26 Awnagys. Simple people, including Mr. Hacdokaui himself, appear to have thought rhisthe conclusion J of the whole business, but not so. The j amount of damages awarded created , general surprise, and the plaintiff's; leading barrister being at the time j Premier of the colony, the Government - dared not accept the verdict as 6nal. It j appeared that having been Mr. Mac- I Donald's counsel before he accepted t office as first Minister of the Crown, Mr. Luxev was bound by conventional rule to...

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BRISBANE. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

BRISBANE. July 2. An official report has been received of the ?recovery of three Queensland nuQbags from the wreck of the steamship Schiller. July*. Use dun Ramsay has arrived in Moreton Bay, with immigrants. ttne bodies have been recovered from the Mr. Macatister continues steadily to improve The weather here is bitterly cold. July 5. * Mr. John Carew, of Bockhampton, has been adjudicated insolvent. July 6. The deaths registered in Brisbane during the month of Jane numbered 144, as against 74 %ac the corresponding month last year. Advises from Cookbnrn state that the -Tnnese on the gold-field are satisfied te work -deserted ground, and no oonimwi is expected. The Customs here made a large seizure of f foods yesterday. The names of the importers aresappr***. jn]j7 The Customs stmnre includes the whale of -contents of the Bonded Store, in consequence -of goods having been rlsnilrtitinply removed. July 7. Bishop Hale, of Western Australia, has l«ym appointed Bishop of Brisbane. The «J...

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TALES AND SKETCHES. THE STRANGER GUEST. TALER BY A PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

I TALES AND SKETCHES. THE STRAJTGER GUEST. TlXXS ET J. rHXSrCUK. A cobsqusibis portion of mi youth, and some intervals in bit subsequent life, were went in {he country ; and when my professioual pursuit* Gxrd my residence m the metropolis. I often looted back upon the Iptum I had pwced among rani scenes with Mended ramliom of pleasure tmdregret ; wbueone of myprmcip-l exritvments tar passing forward in tbe parh I had chosen ins supplied by the hops of sotns day ai ? n iuc wt that point ream which I mieht diverge into tbe peaceful haunts of my childhood. I was ever as interested spectator of the ocenpatioiu of htntandrv, and not unfreonenrtv roneled in the«oeiery of those who pursued them. ?The Briatfth farmer is one of rhe most useful members of the middle nnk of lifr, and the character which he genera'.; ratable places faim among the mart honourable. Be is not exactly the 6Vcripti-m of person which existed coder that same a hundred jan ago. nor is it ?very likely that beshnuM be; a...

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ANGER AND ENUMERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

A2TGEB AST) EsTTJUBBATIOB'. ADanburymsntuiinetl Beabens, recently saw s slatemeot Aat counting one bnndred when tempted to speak aa angry word would eare a man a eftat deal of tronble. Tbis sbuement eoonded a liltle singular at first, bat tbe mate lie read it over tbe more favourably he became impressed with it, and finally concluded to adept it. Next door to Beobeos lives a man wbo has made five distinct attempte in tfae part fortnight to secure a dinner of green peas, by the first of July, an& everytimebasbeenretardedbj BenbeoaV faens. The next morning after Benbena made his resolution this man fonnd Wb fifth attempt to have mis-carried. Their, be called on Benbens. He and, — ' What in thander do yon mean by letting your hens tear np my garden F* Benbens was prompted to call him a mud-shoot, a new name just coining into genera! age, bat be rwnembereo! hie resolntion, pat down bis rage, and mseUy observed, — _ ' One, two, three, four, fire, six, seren,. eipht ? ' Tben the m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

£5 BEWABD. OfTOLEN from Mackenzie's Paddock on tie JtJ dthinrtant:— . OaefiSEEL BOAS MABE, branded MHM tfrojoined), «iH»2UF near ahonlder; foalst One BAaT MAKE, branded E over E «n ] tBcel a. SMF near chonUer ; foal at loot ^Se^at-taBed BA.Y HARE, branded j -SHPnarafanUer; fmlatfeot I flu UOBX BBOWN MAKE, branded | - ?ar'*iii*1p 'JJ1 ifoFFAT, BocUnaptai. j %-/ . P E A K S E , j W ? GeKERAi/aXD FOHKIBHTKS. 1B0K amsGEB, East-street, Bockhamptmi. Country «ri^ promptly expected. ? I PZACOTT & AEMSTBONg' (late A. B. AHnstrongandCo.). Impor «n «t Bap*' Bagging. CaMe Chains, and AadMnT^teTOBCfengineen' Storey ?»! Ceaol Ship Chandlery, Ifaxketebwt, Cjya^y- ? . r EICHHABDT FAMtLY HOTEL, ? KOCKHJUDTOF. Xirat-d«ss Accommodstion, UodsrateOiaiees. B. D. CECICKSHAKK, FBOPsmnB. Hksot the 'QneenslMider,' 'Eoddaanp- ' toi BdSelJii.' '»«ay Kortbsra AigB^' 'Paak Downs Telegram,' and 'Town and Country,' kept in tie Coffee Boom. rpHOMAS B. CAVANAGH, WHEELWBIGHT & BLACKSMITH. Waecom, Dray...

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Fluke In Sheep. PAPER [?] EDWARD M. CURE, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

-'*;' ftafo rfa Sheep. PftFjffB ^'T^PFPjPyaSF EDWABD X. COSH, -i«i before *c Cc^reB^^W^^p^^ of Step, |2Z iTsjf^UttSSx-. 18^ To tite naturalist «td BAnmtiaflogiat tbe study of the fluke parasite ana «!? ^?nomcpa connected with its being, axe matters of j interest which have but slight -4i«tr'« for the - sneepowner, Lowever important to his welfare j they may eventually prove. Perhaps they refer to nutters too near home to be to his taste, and as a rule he has no patienrp but j frith what he will call the practical side of tlie | subject, to which I propose to confine the few remarks I have to offer on a topic which of j late has been worn somewhat threadbare. 1 The first circumstance which claims the attention of Victorian eheepowners with j respect to this disease is its great spread , during the last few years. Originally, as is well known, it confined its ravages to certain cold, dank, sour-grassed manntainoos locali ties ; whilst of late it has gradually been en croaching on neig...

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Parliament and the Press [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

Parliament and the Press Mow that die question between the ! House of Commons and die XSaux and ) DtOg JStmt hasljeen disposed of, some I points in the history of die relations | subsiding between Parliament and the | press in regard to the publication of J.:! proceedings and debates of ihe two Chamhm may not be withont general interest. Theiijong Parliament allowed the 'diurnal occuwences of Paliament ' to be printed, but forbade, without special leave from die House, the print ing of the speeches delivered by any of its-members. Even the members them selves wen: not permitted to infringe this jnle, and in 1641 SirJMward Dering was expelled 60m die House and com mitted to ptisoct for publishing a volume of his own speeches. - Some time after the Restoration, in 1680, the House of Commons resolved tiiatrheir-votes and the superintendence of the Speaker, but ordered that their debates should con tmue secret . It was then that die costom of publishing parliamentary de bates under a fi...

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[?] New York, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

: -ssjasEai-sDiED *sd *oirr-oia: am.«a* K™Y.=fc.HarS. The Schffler carried afaH oago uJbii anally heavy mail. She was nannei bya oar of 123 officers and men. and tad 1« cabin and ISO steerage passenger** making a total ut5S5«nala. The coorefroJtheBtBUKT wag up the English Channel and through the j Straits of Dover into the German Ocean. It: is evident that the captain, owing probably to i ? Iwanr frt-*-. zu caastderalAv out of Ills ! cum. The part of tie count where the { Schiller struck is notoriously dangerous and - JMSctH of navigation, notwithstanding it is , abundantly eopplied irith light , The Schiller took out a general cargo of oo- ? cnaudise. valued at 130,000 dollsis. insured m Keu- York and London offices. In addition she carried 300,000 **' » 'P'*1*- , T'15 vessel was valued at 610.000 dollars, and. -was foEy insoieil in the Hambrag and London companies. .... ^Blai Toi* JBrnV* special Rives no item's relative to the disaster as foDotrs .— ? The survivors and dead arrive...

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POETRY AND [?] THE STRENGTH OF HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

TBE 6TSEKG1H OF HOME. Tmaetaerlem,«-«»,ri., !„, ^??atiBuHacnaitbato^acwaie: ?fc =»te tor oot b- kboate ; TO atber «Ue« coenaato ran. j KeMaifottiagia-lMlaial; *»e tort ?rw.rt iCTBrtbti, toD; la-lln«lajir«ianiilai-!»nia»s«ii. ?Hi heart. «na-«« siUi Us boat : I 9Kr vacant Ee* a tmctytt; , Hean.waor&aiffiarUinw.- Taat nrinr Met, Re tbe tiagi ! ormet-teaemrcaaCjnte-. | lthnaaaKailysi^iUaadaannb: i Tuelatllelfiri^tOTeorsBekBBe. ; The violet. aa« the dabrraia ' OfS^ciDs,vniaaher«iaBfdboBad«. ' Abme aliine:tlieEeEft-itiak; ; Taeeniiaeariislns-seuteahojl; The Ba*pcsewa of eacir Son. ^ WiliorootstliiUKAbfcllromHJcriUv Toe ataserias-tKel oU akeo, a- *sar ; ; TbaeKnUa«lst-!K,aK«dxtxate-. ! neabKBt«re&ara,bimit«alate, : Tl-ecr4l,orsaatiBerfiiiarisee!ear. \ TbesTaefaD3lswi2Mniiiat)u:iK£«e; j Tbe.VjTaitJujtiijinJtasly; , Tbemx-i-RiKeaitnai?is;b]': nemBewdirtiiiKfRaiitlBMgB. t Bei-t-iej(ortlieae;ant--'erliimateab A Aba. for tbe udna of none ; : BeaeadafortHemacraaitlie&eBi,...

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Spiritualists Outdone by Conjurers. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

Spiritualists Outdone by Conjurers. Tee following extract from tiie ijmAou Time* describes the feats practised by certain pro fessed jugglers, whoarerepettzagandcclipsiiis the best performances ot ftie pxotes&ea spiritualists, for tiie benefit of lioodon audi ences. ~TOie -smaterialisittionn teats dt the £Adys are greatly surpassed by Dr. Lynn, who tirst demateciauses *? man whom he has cut intn Email pieces, and Bra materialises bim in a weU-lghted room. The cabinet tricks of the Davenports and the ** reading' feats of Foster are better done by these jajgrlers than they are by any professional medium. And yet, when vulgar iaopostors claim that tncks of tiie same oatirre ae those performed l.y Messrs. Lynn, Mas kelvnc aad Cookc bnt tetmiring much less skill, are the tort of spirits, there are thousands who actually admit the claim. The E^rptian Hall remains tfcc abode of mysteries suitable to its name. After ruling ancient kingdoms, the jugglers have taken up the much more h...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

SHIPPING tjBWS. tVKlTXZS. . isiSiliiii F. jSSl^^^i3S*«e, via file ports. EraelifS-^&s -Roberta, 8fey»^St5%. %Tia|m--B.««a»-h, ft»oney,.J. Grasmj. *.'- JitamL Wa*ma&. BeD, Smutty D» dunt! Dalv, tT-~ »—. Master Ottbueh, and tnito'in Ac steerage. Wood ana TOood, ageate. *fly £-4h4S«*, e-s.. SO tans, Capt A. ** Edwards, for Macfcay direct- Cassen gefx—Xaaame Anna Bn&fl iEss Pbebu, £«r*. BobertSSfirfr. ?JV3*Lr, h. K. Sice, -?C. E. HA., M. SdaaWSanBW&ttad, CWfee- laseelh-a, Abemeflij, and fire in tae steerage, wtHriimiHgli passengers from the aaBt»T Wood and Wwd,age-rtiL lay 7*-*$ieea-9aiuT, c, 2S7 tons, Captain -: F. *roor*v*fcr Ufeteae, -ii fluTjwrfa. riMfuiiu-— Mre. Graham, lbs. MTntosh, Jar*. Sracne ani two ctnUrea, M«' Shaw, 3Bm Saridson, Was Walsh, - Mist little, Knm. Graham, H'lntosb, Barnes. F. Six*, Mow, and 15 in 'the steerage. Wood ud Wood, agents. ' '' ' - * A Knr Cbi- «f '-XwraoiT.— Tie & If. -H,vx» recerrtfvw* in extract from UtrriW* X...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

a ? ; ? a COMMERCIAL Cirsaossux Ongra^F-»iiiyg»iiaTii4. Dsurs are again on tie n»«B, but mating slov progress, the roads betnf aatl m a Terjr badetate. Tbcre as sot snaA vool atxxtlnc at porn, tana beiraj «he end of tile season ; fast a cansiaVsaale quantity of stotca tan been die patcDnl ajhcoaatrv. There are bot few teamsters in town, and retail trade centimes reryoAU. rbeiiA»diaa3Bax«ww ysanang with Merasle regularity, eneptmg tboBeon tbe Sywisffmn1 and Bavooo line, wbich are Ierang«d by the bad condition of the road vest of SpnngoUre. lie fouonrmg quaniaiies of wool nave been ; imstiiweil dsrisig tiie week. ; By W. Bad and Co.-. S bales, Cardbeiga ; : U bales. BVTin diamond over Oiion Dasas. ! By Wood and Wood : « bates, F over j ELetro. By J. HeadrKt: and Co.: 14 bales, HEH. »T G. R Sbav -. 12 bales, Mffi. By TT. and M. C Thomson .- « Bales, KB. BboWt.' sod KjEWiit report :— Stations There are a great many properties offering; bat in die face oi a falling marEet be jers are Iot...

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Mr. Macdonald's Claim. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

Ur.Uacdonafd's Claim. Is Om Legislative Assembly -n Thursday last (the 30Ui June), the following discussion occurred on tie above subject :— Mr. Bozacott moved the adjournment of tie Boose for tba parnose of makkig further explanation in regard to the claims of Mr. I'. P. MacdmalA. The kn. Uinister for Works had stated last evening that fee (Mr. Buzacott) had relinquished tbe carrying on of the case, and that the Government had placed the sum on the Supplementary Estimates because be bad declined to go on with the matter, and that the reason be had so acted was because tlie bon. member had supported the other side of the House. This had ren dered it necessary for him to go into further explanation. He (Mr. Buzaeott) had always advocated the settlement of this case. From the dav tbe verdict of the jniy was given at nockhampton until now be bad consistentlv urged that it was disgraceful titat some con elusion was not arrived a& He believed Hot £16,000 was more than was due, st...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

\ LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.j Wb tern from Mr. HSBw, «ia*BaHa doMji of the auiuugnmta per Sepia, who had been employed on. (he fdnf, tetanusl to Hie Sq-6t on Thntsday. hangout of wade. Tkey lnXiust footed a contact for afem. Clarke Brothers, and at once retained to Boek hamnton, not knowing anything about oiling nib. Mann. One would sunnose that men dearom of obtaining employment would not forget to apply for it We hare already said that Mr. Mann Baa given instructions to employ all the immigrants vfao present tisem sdves, provided, of comae, they are able and willing to wort. At tiie Miial sittings of the Court of Petty Sessions on Wednesday, before Messrs. C. K. Birkbeek and J. Brown, JVP., five esses were contained for Berries of summons, three were settled out of Court, in two verdicts went by consent, and one was withdrawn. In the following cases verdicts were given for plain tifis for the r'M-''t«i claimed, with costs : — C S. D Melbourne v. E. Henriques, £13 17s. 8d. ; 'L H. Sla...

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The [?]. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

u si* SATDBDAV, JOLT 10, 1K5. Some two years ago Mr. Fallox read a psper before the Society of Aits, in London, on Australian vines and vines, in which Vie combated the received idea more than twenty-six per cent of proof spirit, and stated from bis own know ledge that wines were made from the produce of vmeyarts m the neighbour hood of Albury, New South Wales, which, contained. Went} -nine per rent and occasionally were of even a greater strength- The truthfulness of this assertion was stoutly denied by Or. THCDicnni. who was present on Che occasion, and considered that it was simplr impossible- At all erents he most have the clearest possible evidence liefore be could bei'ere Mr. Falcon's statement The Doctor is reported to hare said : — ! '? If in Australia there were grapes irhich, ' by a natnral course of fenneutatum, produced : tSe wine with. 29 per cent of proof spirit, that i O3£2i£ to be established by a sejenialic comnus- ! sioaer, and thoroughly authenticated, because , i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

1 BIRTHS, W8RlAG&/teATHS^i Mm- sbl-o a» ct* Jum . «i a»i t»r Jiaw feature* Kr. ViterSudTtfESaaM. WBiruiDtiB-ttouaii.— Oo !te »* Jaw, at the CorcmsniraL oascfe. *i an. J. W. HsaJT. «r T. w. ntataae, la sok Iran cotfcor. M-a. « EoeUKWtae. ' Gut— IKcamcz.— OattoSUi July, «l the nsBraoeof U» HU mb, «y tte Kcr. J.W. Bemr.Iuaedi* BKsob Sta», xMeat *a- -r3bbaddratr, or Bn-ftCT. to IfeH latmi, ISW OUQliBr of Kr.&nqiibsr Aterteem or CocHmnglcn.

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Rockhampton School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

fiocthampton School of Arts. The annual meeting of the members of tte School of Alia, m held in tiie hill of tbe institution, at eight o'clock last evening. Tbsre na but a fair attendance. Mr. J. W^IAJr (presdent) in the chair. After Btatingtbeobiecfeiof tuemoetuiK, the Chair man called upon the secretary to read the! xeport and financial statement for tie past year, which were as follows:— TXKTH XSXTAI, BEFOST SF THE BOCEEaMFIOK flcaooc of Aims. In snbmHtiiig this tiie tenna annual report for lite approval of members, the Committee have amen {daasare in eongrafailating tiiem on Various improvements have been effected during tiie year, tfcetnost notable being that of having the bnflding lighted with gas, at a oast of £68 ; this, although seemingly a large am, will compensate for its cost by Oe in creased comfort and safety of gas as compared The fittings have given entire satisfaction. The work was carried oat by Mr. Bowe nnder the supervision of Mr. Smith, of the Gas Works, who kin...

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STATION, GARDEN, & FIELD. COW-KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Capricornian — 10 July 1875

I STATION. GAfiDEN, & FIELD. To have a supply of good and pure milk in these degenerate times, it is absolutely neces sary to beep a cow, aud with many people it I is thought if they can only attain to it, they xm Assured of a plenicotis supply for some six or eight months in the year. ^o doubt a good cow is a valuable animal, ]-nt two things need to 'be taken into consideration before such an acquisition is thought of —the breed, of the cow itself and the feed available for its esc when procured. Some think they have only to get a cow and they axe sure of good milk, forgetting that tbe quality and the quantity of the milk largely depend upon baviog a, good breed for injuring parptsaea and | upon having a gooa supply of nutritions food calculated to produce milk. T3i£ last aiamed j consideraiaau deserves more attention than it j receives, not only by those who keep a cow ' for the supply of the house, but also by those j \vhose busuioss it is to iuraiBU the town with Bulk, c...

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