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'Ladies' Column. Disadvantages of Side-Saddles. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

' DICS' ? ?" . llin1. irsadt • !u.!ca of 'ictc-Salddlec. The rn?e sile-saddles in said to have lieea eommencecn l'n:lehand alout the year 1388, in the rei4 of iichart II. Before and up to tihant ti ladies were neeustomed to ride on horseb?. in the same position as men. A rider ontia side.saddle is obliged to ad. vance the ft shonlder in order tositsquare. and this rning round of the head and shoulders tilhe right, while the legs remain on the leoisidle of the saddle, brings the body into Aspira: or twistedl form. Spinal cumplainit arising probably from various causes, are ery common amllong women, anld to renmain hr a long time in the iposlion alluded to Iery tend to inrerase the number of cases this occur. Severe injuries sorme_ times ensulfr'mn a rider being thrown above the crutchli, or Irpommel, and then coming down oil tli upper part of it, and occasion ally from at pommel being forced into the chest of t! rider, if the horse fall uon his near or leflsile. An accident of the la...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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CHAPTER XIV. IN THE TOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

CHIAPTEP XIV. i:N Till; OILS. SheridanL sti:ggered as if lie hatn been dealt a blow as th4 dissipatl m:an Staring at himt with triumph in lils e , sl?,ke the I;-t a cn tencl. With a violent effort lie tried to eon trol himself and look uneoieseried. but, in spite of limself, he could not overcome a tre mior in his voice, at he aidl: " D)idn't I tell you where I got it from? Didn't I say my father left mI, a legacy ? and .-hul:r thiis is trt of it. BJIedl, you're the queerest fellow I ever mott, for it's only a wizard could tell where a man gets his money from without first knowing. Jino me in a dhrink, and don't be afther making fun of Inc." "I'm no wizard, but I know where you got that gold from. It isn't money, but only money's worth. If it was a parcel of i50 sovereilens, you would be able to defy me ; but, as it is, you are in my power. You were a fool not to change all the gold into money, for that one piece has betrayed you." " Upon my word, Armytage, I don't know what you are...

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CHAPTER XIII. ILL-GOTTEN GAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

CII?A.?TES XI . ILL.o'rrlor GAxta. Tt is an old saying that ill-gotten gains nover thrive. Tile many litgtends on the sub ject handed down to us fronm gnc-r.tion to generation all go to prove that a curse seetcr to cling to somne forthtes. As there are dnilu'ky ,tones-s-i'rh as the opal anid emerald-which seem to exercise a imalign influence on their possscr,r so are there treasures which bring evil fortune to the owners. Michael Sheridan had not lia iin posses shion of his illegal gold cix months before the truth of this old sayingh was coming honme to thim. Although lie had a comfortabhle farmn and was well-t-do-d-in fart, hii: staion was prinely in comparison w?ith the pt.it-he was anything hut happy. If ill weeds thrive apace, co do ill hanils, and Sheridan h:ld conmtmcted the, peculiarly had habit of gamnling. On hIis frequent visits to Gisborne lie would :it for 2t hours at a stretch pla:ying "FIorty-:ives" with whoever would meet hint; :n!d. :s this fact becamoe known, there ...

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Yea Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

Iea Dairy Conmpinly. TriE machinery at the Yea Dairy Factory was setin motion on Monday 17th inst, in the presence of about 40 spectators and most of the directors of the company. As soon as it became generally known that butter.making, had really commenced, group succeeded group f visitors, and the oficers of the cornm pany were kept as busily employed noswering questions during the day as attetning to their various duties. 'Mr. J. Christeosen, the Manager, was highly pleased with the quality and color of the butter, and feels con fident it will take front rank amongst the best brands of factory butter put on the ?41 bounen or London markets. As the buter from the Glengarry Factory, in Gippslna, which Mr. Christensen managed last y?er, and where be separated 1,000 gallons of milk. daily, always f tched top price, his opiniornio of considerable value. Thie churn is doe of Cherry's improved concussioa barcl churns, capable of makiing 600 lbs. in . the churn swings towars the operator...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. The Customs Duties. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

AND REEDY CREEK TIrus. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER aS, tS92. The Customs Duties. :o: ACCORDING to some members of th Legislative Council the universal remedy for bad times isto increase the customs duties. According to MR. WYLLtE, the new Labar member, inasmuch as certait men in the "bell-topper" trade are ou of work, the proper way to help them is to make people who happen to be it work pay more money for their hats This was the cry three years ago, as MR STUART reminded the House on Tues day evening, when in order to get things straight he was instrumental in getting the duty on each hat raised to 5s. The plea put forward for the imposition o that duty was the languishing conditior of the trade, and the assurance was then given that if the duty was fixed at 5s. pem hat, all the hat makers and their wives would be " in clover" for ever-anc " never ask for any morel" MR. SzuaRti was hardly consistent, however, for nc sooner had he obtained the higher duty, ostensibly wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

Notices. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOGD TEM'PLARS. Grand Sodial Evening, Will be given in tha MECHANICS' HALL, IIROADFORD, oN Monday Evening, 31st Iust., At Eight O'Clock. .PROGRA3MME INCLUDES: ADDRESSES, IRECITATIONS AND MUSICAL SELECTIONS. ALL INVITED. ADMISSION FREE. MUSIC TUITION. -- - Scs- . rnnnl " pl of George HIerbert L~ Esq.. R.A[.M., is ?"poLret to ,ereive pupils for pianoforte and nrgtn PFor termne apply Methodist Parsonage, next Corfee Palace. Business Notices. BREAD I BREAD I BREAD I BISCUIT & FANCY GOODS FACTORY. S. A. i 1oCol1, BAKER, CONFECTIONER, &c., K I L OR E. WEDDINGS, TEA MEETINGS, and PICNICS SUPPLIED. ;' A TRIAL SOLICITED. W Visits Broadford, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Sales. OMbore & Kud&son's Sales. OSBORN & HUDSON, Auctioneers and Estate Agents I OLD STOCK SALES AS FOLLOW BROADFORD,-At 1'. Bidstrup's yards, First Thursday in each month, Next sale, November S. PYALONG.-At Cooke's Yards. Second Thursday to each ...

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JOHNNY MAITLAND OF THE BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

JOHlNNY IrIAITL1AND OF ''IIE BIUHES. I the door of her cosy little morning -no wom opened, Ella, who hadl been peeping behind the window curlain, sutk into her favotrite hI:uta ock-chair', andl lcean:ne buitily engaged with a complicanted piece of falny-woi k. Shite looked demnurely oup at the sound of Aer fathert' step in the rouom, and inodded brightly. "El!, d'you kIow I've had a visiter " astked the squire. "Yes; I heard voices in the hall, palm. \ho was it .' lNow this wa 0 n strauge questionl for Ella to ask, for peepintt bhhild the cut toiu, she had hat a clear view of this tame visitor -striding dontln the nvenue. lut Lite Sloire tdid not knoll this, so Ie tanswered innocently enough. "little Johnny Maitland. Jack Mail land, of ithe Blues, I expectl. lie calls hiimelf; but Jihniy's the name of the little popin jay. "'ol my ordl, Elilla, I've no p?ticnce witht those young idiot? from the barracks. Little "lohnny's mothing without his pipe clay and got lace: and I had mo0i th:...

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Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

-----o Forty-nire per cnt. of tihe da?ys i Lndeon ale ret. Vanilla flavouring t ?t?ainred from the fruit ro'd : ori,1. The E-npress of Austrin ?cet. nraderc that 0o, oo rose.tr.es shouldi be pl.cratr rotnd-t.- statueof iHeine,to ho erect. :" er property at Corfu, on a rock over t,0oo feet above the level of the sea. A new system has bend.lgnled for killing whales. 'he hiarpoon, enltlc!toU with i a dynamo-electric machine, no aoon'r "ctrrý the huge fsh than the or:rent is t'rcoed tion. The whale then receives some 720 shocks in a minute, soscevere as to render it uncon scious. Save moon's by sending to L.incoln. Stuart & Co. l.inited. :linders--ircet. Mtlhoutne, the largest tailoetgI e, !:,cllinhmetit in thr city. A genuione.: -wl i a it to measure. 42s. Ask for their hor . t ,' 'hii:osophv of dress," they uil send it to you tree; :.so patterns. an:! 'n,'ructii, tor elf-stineaure ft h.- . i,i do \,.r agua, a d.sndcant ,i Colutanac', will p,--, arn cleetrie button fixed in his...

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Commercial. LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

LIVE SToilc REPORT. Fat Sheep.--Twenty--inti thosanal i yarda. Tihe suaappliy proved largely in rexaes cf the I:res-nt limitld trada reaquiremna:. nall qualitiest !i.gl fully repreieitci2. The dh. ina d was i,:akl:. w-ith '- dei !,d t?:nlen,.y in fitvr of the bu1:.r., r?,l princ in mrly inl stances rccled ti 'nI ' it to I1 l ? r he,:al undil r laLt ?.e's r:.s. The. derlive in ciid a was espy ,i.]ly n ,ticehlbl in sh,'I in the w: 1 I, whi-ih w,.re-vlenklilkd andtn.l 'ctra. Seile lnats ,ier tura-.d out nlu.ld. Best crrs?eia,- I In" 1:., " l !: t , t r ino Wetlheri, fr?m ] I' Itol ::1; a f'w_ prT,,e sh?ie ir -?Ilre I witie -'s. -a, s 11" t L.- tid: pririie shorn tnritan irl ..rs, fnnia ,. hIn i: - tra:ll ,lo., to a i o .rood do., ft?,: 73 to ; others, r.It :; 1-sL snhrni meri n ewes,lr.tt 5 I n t i~ t-.s ill. -at La:n!s.--i ,')') were pennel. The lemand was ,i!itl ad deprosed throuih( a at ?or rat.s, miht!!iug Iad iilerlir Eorts bi .i,14 a atoat liulcb,'i Prime ,--i1 at fr.in Ta tro is...

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A SWEET SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

A SWEE1Y SINGER. 4 HAD had a first-rate morning's fishing I in the swift, shallow river, which went ni hing about inlsuch wondrous loops and ds among the labyrinth of hills which i tructed its course. I was just proudly ;lling a splendid specimen from the dcel p l below the platform of rock on which I l standing, when ,lean llnptiste, my lun cl on basket over his shoulder, hore in i'it round a jutting crag. I liked Jeni I' ? iste; I admired his fine, regular lea to es, his tall, military figure, his dignified se *-losession, his innate gentleness, and I lo'ed to hear his eimple stories of the events whech had fallen within the limited range of J hi' experience. SN ow Jean Baptisle was great ntold stories; moreover, it was my privilege as foreigner and guest to hear many things concernicg which hlie might have been less colmminica- I tive to those who knew hin better, so I said coaxingly: "An old story, Jean Bapltiste; why, that isall that is iecessary to make this slpot and my enjoy...

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"AA SAY, COORNEL!" [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

"AA SAY, COORNEL!" Is the early lpart of this century, when tInglanidl was in hourly exleelation of a French invasion, and militiamen swarmned as the riflemen i oat this time, a regiment was t?tnsed and equippe, l in Vot kshire, com iosed entirely, men anld niicetr" alike, of rlalesmen. One of the royal duktes went down for the ipurpois- of instpecting it, and intimated his intention of afterwards hon ouring the meIel by his presence. Th?eoliitert were, with tI l exception of tIhecolonel, drawn froml the cla-s which corrrespondi to the gentlemanl: farmler or slh stantial yeomnt: of the present day, and wereran exceedingly soohlier.l-like, stalwart, good-lookinIg body of men. At dinner his Royal llighImess complimented the colonel reptitudtly onl his posmses-iig such a hatd .n-tme, geCIntletmanly set of fellows for ollicers, and the latter bowed hise acknowlhd.?eents,, earnestll praying the while in his inmolst heart that they might hold their tongues until tihe duke slhmnld have lef...

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THE MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

"THE MACIIINEIRY. The motive power of the factory consists of a 10 h.p. hnrizontalen;ine, supplield by a 12 h.p. multitubular boiler, supplied by Messrs. Welch. Perrit, and Co., of the City. roas. Sooth Melbonrne, and both are power. ful enouogh to cope with any probab'e increase in the factory tor several years to come. The Taogye rotary double-action ptrmp forces the water troln the undergroundl tnk he . tween the factory and the railoay to two overhead 400-gallon tanks, from which the boiler is fed and water supplied for general use all over the factory-a pIipe heing laid from the railway taonk to the uoderlground one, a ball valve closing the dslinery pipe as soon as the water rises to the top. The overflow from the refigerating m,:shine, whit-h comes out warm, is taken rosunl the builtug to a e all ungerground tank, wheolc it ie Ci. teyed by the engine pump s feed waster for the boiler, about 80 degrees of hbeat being thus rendered available, and a eonsiderahle saving of fuel e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

COURIER CICUC:ATES IN Sunday Creek Sugarioal Creek Flowerdale Tallarook King Parrot Creek Spring Valley Vandor g Kilnor c East Wallan Wallan Pyalong Glenaroua I'uckapunyal Seymour Kihnore Traawoal Yea lleathca.te Larcelield And Other Districts. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF EXECUTED on the SHORTEST NOTICE AT MODERATE PRICES, IN- TIE tiEATEST AND BEST STVI ES, AND NEWEST DESIGNS. Circulars, in Plain or Script Type Prospectuses Binlance-sheets Mining Scrip Call Notices Dividend Warrants, rIeceipt and Delivery Books Ladies and Gent.'s Visiting Cards IBall Programmes Concert Programmes and Tickets Business and Iotel Cards Billheads Memo. Forms Posters Handbills Account Books Ledgers Day Books &c., &c., &c, at ' oe Couor2er Oce,3 HAMILTON STREET, BROADFORD. !.J INTERESTING LETTER £ 0ms A WELL-KrnOws ,. SPECIALIST. s i;. LLEWELLT r, who Is duly Quallied ??o F englsterel, is aware that by departing from the ,. c roniouupractten oand devotlngl Iimoelfeltxroively rc ,pei branc...

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Seymour News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

SeiYmour I n(;ia":. TH:Jessrs Robinson Bros. venture in ftui growing in the Whitchead's Creek dist-ict promises to prove successful. She put in close on four acres of vines, andout of the lot only three plants failed. They are now, nearly all cut in leaf and look remarkably healthy. As soon as the Ihlessrs. Robinson have practically tested the suitability of the district, it is pro. bable that many of the adjoining resi dents will follow their ex: n.ple. Ex perts have frequently exl,ressed the opinion that the entire locality is in every way suitable for vineyards :a.d orchards. A few days ago a youthful Icsident of Kcbyboyn, was riding through the lonely gorge of the Rocky Passes, attempting to kill t: .and enliven t'segkc my aspect by singing " I wish I was a tutter y." Suddenly the butterfly appeared ;and a ??ndid inseet it .as.--Hed,ý-green and gold body, and wings that su:rassed the varied hues of a rainbow. Unfortuna tely it frichtened the horse, en animal with a Ouinten Maste...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 28 October 1892

Topics of tise Week. TIne Melbourne ship-owners have given i offence to Mr. Mansfield, the person who runs the Seamen's Union, and he wants to uunish them for it.. Ever since the great maritime strike the ship-owners have ignored Malnsfiehl and all his works. They will not have anvihing to do either with him or his union, and the poor fellow is ahiost heart-broken about it. The owners are willing and ready enoigh to ecm ploy Mansfield's men, and as a matter of fact they do so. But til mioment these men sign articles they are shorn of the prestige with which a secretary 1 surrounds a unionist. They are en-i gaged as free laborers, and tihe owners resolutely refuse to recognise them as i anything else. This mode of doing business lessens the consequenctt of the union secretary. As ia matter of fact, oiiciallyl, the owrners do not stem to anow there is such a person in exis tence. This does not suit Mr. Mans-/ field's Irpaose. If lie is not able to keep himiself evidence why-Othello's ...

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NAPOLEON'S PIN MAP. HOW THE GREAT GENERAL ANTICIPATED THE BATTLE OF MARENGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

Dlow Till' (I:EAT i:Et:iRAI. ANTICIPATED TnIIE IATTLE o t?igAIai:s. .VIILt Napoleokt w's htirt coo?ul of France, i:oiui t-icie, one day juet before the Eastern crpall'ig, ? alle itlti the Cabinet at the Tuille? ie-, and foundi a large oap uni rolled Iupon the carpet, llnd Napoleon stietchetl upon it, otingI pins about ithat were tipped ith I rci l all l lh clc eCtling waI . ltonietnt very -om saw I that the redc replit'elet I the French nid the hilck the u ri;:anl folre ; Iie \lcllced the progress of the pill i'lllipaigi? inl .ellnce, but with the dectpcl illereilt. JllaVii, conductedhcC tllhe lIlnlU:Vlre1 to in llsuccc."l lilllioln. Napoleonl looked up ot hi- ?icut?ry andl coid, " Do yol think I "\ihy, I?lew canl I tell!"' irelied "' 'll ! iyou timpletol, look hlere Mleloc i at Ale .an.hi, rtd will remain there until Gloa urltutllder'. lii IIngaZillne, lihos title'-, artillery, and ir-ererv alre in Alex amiaitil. P'.riig thie Alpt here," he cail, -itl.iig it pin into thie great St....

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FANCY'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

FANCY'S FERRY. You'vi: croured his ferry many a time. I'eri h; ,, you did nolt know it. I le bcllt, ylou ill hIl ferry-boat, and then Ibegins to row it ; I Ie dips his oars so softly that you canflob vCen heari them, And ll ! you land at Fauncy's (locks before you know you're near them. Oh, Fonley's lawn I looks very grand, with lltrictuilles high andlltl airy, .\id Iri -ht imluse-ibilities to mlislead the And ,re.?enly you find yourself, no matter what your rtlltion, A-builing castles ill the air that haven't a foultdahtionll. Andll yet it isn'lt diticult to rear them till they're higher T'h1;i alythiilllllg )3you ever saw in turret or in ,1pi'e ; Alind 1.n.y seems so wonlIdrous kind, he gaiitltilie eIlul , notion You ve not it whim but is indulged through his extremlleli dvotion. .ild iiiinrma loon you left behind seems .-,?Ily ninvii ning, Sithi 11cho1ls?1a1 books ald lessons that illous tired of eJsiling; : lIo! ilhat's this h' Your castle shakes! Its wallsi' are atll 1-girllle ...

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A JUST POTENTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

A JUST POTENTIATE. Tul good nature of Italy's king is well illustrated by an anecdote from the days of thelavtroyal luntat Mlonza. King Humberb is accustomed to take his sport with the gun in Iretty much the same clothes as other Iersons, and without attendants, thereby distinguishing himself from his imperial German ally, who has insignia of his high office ail over his hunting costume, and is necompalied usnally on the chase by noble. ilcia and tlilkcos. Shortly before the end of his lanst season the king's lounds started a hare about two miles from Monza, nd tliheo king fired. At the emline instant another shot was heard, anod all Italian peasant with an old-fashioned .,uni and a mongrel dog hurried upll from the opposite direction. Tite ipeasanot mistook the simpleo yet clegoantly clad sportsman who disputed lis iposesion of the hare for a Roman dude, and enaslht op the royal arm stretched toward the delad game. Theer was a hot discuosion which endedl in the triumph of the king'...

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AN ARTFUL COUNSEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

AN ARTFUL, COUNS.EL A Jr.uet had to decide ocre whether thimblc-rigging oias a ganse of -kill or a oijdolte, acd o.helther thie iaintilt then before the Court had been defrauded out of his moncy or lo0t it faioly. Tol help the J.1udge out of his difficulty the plaintiff countoll ndertouk to irr ousular deuot -ll-tr-. Lioneol utw the thig was doe. "The delemnut, your lord ehip,,' plattlcing the three little cups upon his kno.e, "hidfted them io, otflerint to bet my clieun that hI col lrl nlot tell uador thich cup the 'little joker, meaninuz the ball, tas, with Ihe intention of dlefrtuding ay client. F'oreuxunple, when 1 raise the cupso, youor lordship uppo10sesyou cee the aill." "Suppose I1 e?e" nterruptedl the J. udgm, " why, of couri.e, any baby can ceetVwhlret it is. There is 21o d2eftcudlie there." "I'rlaps your lor'd-hip wi til ive a liter on it t" insinuated tiher ouneul with Ia iland smile. "'(o a liver Yes, and douhIle it too," ceild the excited .lhdge. "It's u0ler the centre...

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FIXTURES. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 4 November 1892

FIXTURES. TO-!OiRD\V'S MA.\TCHIFS. IBroadford v. Yea at lroa:dlord -The following players will reprnscnt 'iroadford -T. Hardy. Craig, Trezise, Foth.rgill. Sheppard, Dixon, Reilly, McIay, Millar, Agg, Davis. IBroadford v. Tallarook at Tallarooir. The following players will represent !iroad. ford:-J. Hardy, J. Hoban, S. Reid, A. Munro, A. Temple, Dobson, Sheppard, M[cRae, MacDougall, IHarrison, fIiditrup. The team will oave Didstrup's hotel at i o'clock sharp. Nov. 9--lloonee Ponds at IDroaidford. Nov. 12-Seynmour Railways at Broadfolrl. Nov. 9g-- allan at Broadford. Dec. to--lloadford at Sermour. Jan. 7-Tallarook at rIroadford. Feb. 4-Broadford at Yea. IMPORTANT-Over 0oo different Patent and Ilolneopathic Medicines for sale at J. S. Browr.'s-,:,\vr.t

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