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SHOOTING DIGHTS FALLS OR A SUNDAY ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 3 June 1876

SHOOTING DIGHTS? FALLS OR A BUNDAY ADVENTURE. BY AN EYE-WITNESB. Tns weather on Sunday afternoon last was all that could be desired, the sun shone out, shedding his cheering rays upon expectant and grateful mankind. Neither the hot parching wind and clouds of dust of sum. mer, nor the bleak, cheerless, and unrelent ing, blasts of winter, came forth to rob weary man of the pleasure of his Sunday rest. Taking advantage of the invigorating and refreshing character of the weather, some half-dozen lads, ranging from eleven to sixteen years of ago-who should have been, properly speaking, in Sunday school -wont to the boathouse of Mr. Burns, of Studley Park, and hired a light and well built boat (luckily it was light and well built) known as the Dart, and embarked for an hour or two's boating, the end of which had they known, would have made them pause ere they scrambled so lightly into their hired craft. How Mr. Burns could have lent such a boat to such a crow, I am at a lose to understan...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 3 June 1876

GENERAL NEWS. The number of visitors to the National • Museum of Natural History and Geology for the week ending May 27 was 3288. SMr., Joel-Eade has been gazetted to the post of 'returning officer for the School Distriot No. 28, Collingwood,,in the place of Mr. H. Walker resigned. Mr. Frederick Cooze, the Surveyor of Fitzroy, has been gazetted as a Licensed Surveyor under the 184thi SeBtion' o the , c Transfer of Land Btatufte, 866. . ', The Fitzroy United Methodist Improve ment Society met yesterday evening and spent a very enjoyable evening in elocution ary,efforts. . 1 Yesterday morning about twenty.five past two a fire broke out on the premises of a cabinetmaker on Sydney Road, Brunse wick., The premises destroyed were insured, but the stook was uninsured. The 20th Section of the. Health Act is about to be extended to the City of Colling wood, whereby is given authority to the powers to enforce the filling up of under ground cesspits. :: ;i: '"i,' I We direct the attention of o...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 3 June 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Mercury is published every Saturday LMorning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged Is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post Is. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March,. June, and September. . The Editor will be obliged for inform 'ation-more especially relating to local matters. SCALE FOR ADVERTISING. Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6?d Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ... 2s. Od. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... ... Is. Od. To , vAnvxaTssns.-Notico to withdraw advertisements must be given in writirng. IHE ?metirmy can be obtained from any of, 1 the following agents :-Subsoription is., per quarter. G. CAaNanLL ... 167 Smith street. Mrs. Woo...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 3 June 1876

-WOOL I -WOOL I- -WOOL! ,: : ,r Il. t 5 'O lEB:AL y AAD ETAi i'n, :: ;' TOY '& FANCY :'REPOSITORY, Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Fingering l it o61s'3b! d. t',5Ir8 i E'lb I? pxrgcet Variety of:Oolos. ;at i;',it 1 ' Stdrekeeperas and hdltkers .supplied.:. 'MRS. HIGGENS' FAITOJ REPOSITORY,I S 14SMiTH STREET, FITZROY. .Braidng ,Blooks.in great variety. Patterns -Stamped on ,every ,Material for. Braiing. jPinking,dono. Berlin Wool in great yaricty of ;colors. " , - Registry Office for Seryantse. Agent fpr Coutts' guarantee,d Acetic, Aoid, ,.also Robinson's Universal Cement... J, ,, D?FRASER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TIINSMrITH .7Opiosite Esaey str ee. I All nd of Jobbing execute Or . 'T i t?'oD t .' I ,-ltihh: ' . THOMAS E? :VERGA ' COMMERCIAl AND GBNRAL"I PBINTER, PAPER-BA. 'MX PFACTpRER, Gr 'ocrs st' 8tIoq'r, 1o,, 7re a8uts$ 1Ta t, eT, THOS. LLOYD' LEATHER OUTTER, -4 WELLINGTON STREET, T1+e . Tru. th: ` : . . F you want first-olass Boots and Shoes ypipwill find tif!iat;.. ,; > S T...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SADIE. (FAMILY HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 3 June 1876

.' Thiow, :higher,.,,andlidon't :jerk,Y" sail ,Jack. And accordingly, ,.with,, a .jerk that all but.,ent me over, on my, ,node, aimed my missile, much highlr, :i`i hall thl'oin'riificitioi' of seeing it go clle?no4e 'my ' bject:" Jack's followed,' 'and hit with -neat',iprecision' in'. the, mi dle, knockiqg;o~er the twenty-third : 'tack and I were' "cock-shooting " thb t 'is;' we t ri'e tryin',' by throwing stone6 at a diistaice ''of about' five-hnd. twenty. feet,:.tokioak" dowii'chdimpagne. blottles that we!had set up on;: the. top o'f bur garden.wall. (, My.,. brother,: as I hay saitd, ha eedd succ i demolishing th twepty-thirdand 'not one of them :bad I'?tubhliel'dh 'It »h fratitic hiast"tdi throw af sirny' stoies as'I corul,'"I liad h 9t overi and under;, had' :battered .and knpcked ,,pieces, out :of the wall,; but ne©er, once had I grazed,or gone,. with in even sp much as a yard of aniy of thdm. . owere twoetrd f "io:i My "right shoulderdi as'n'ching exceedingly-so, X: m' sUro, ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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DREADFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 3 June 1876

DREADFUL MURDER. One of the most barbarous murders ever committed in the North of Ireland was the subject of a prosecution which terminated on March 28 in a conviction and sentence of death. The advocates of temperance will   find in this case an example of the evil of drunkenness, the increase of which has given so much concern to the judges at the assizes.   John Daly, the prisoner, was a coalheaver, residing in Belfast~in one of the wretcheed houses occupied by the working classes— with his wife and daughter, aged 11 or 12 years. On the 14th of September last he quarrelled with his wife and turned her out   of doors. She went for shelter to the house   of her aunt, Margaret Whitley, who lived in an adjoining court. On the following morn ing she returned with her to her husband's house, and got in by inducing a boy to climb in through a window and open the   door, which the prisoner had locked when going out to his w...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. STILL WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

POETRY. ' ;STILL'WATEE. He wrote and wr6tO,:but could notminake ~ name; , " ' . Then cursed his fate and.' alled' the iorld tobbladie- ... . . . . . The world, 'that knew not'' genius' 'when it came. "The ,orld," he cried, "that crowns us ;in a night ,., . . For nothing; butthatbdamnsus ,wrong or One of his friehdas would slilyemile tohear. "Ah l second4hand 'Byronios I! ' one .would s' -sneer. : ' One said "Glive over." One:said f'Peloevre'" One said but little, though- she thought and thiought, Through 'the' long weeks' andall the .work - ta"g')1a toil*: and iilo thetaotgdh There went a story that he might have led An heress..this .poor soribbler for his bread, But took a little meek-eyed girl instead.. , * .* .* *** And now she mused and mus ed upon ,way To brlghtena.is dual f~oe agaian.; eday . Her slender hand upon his sehqiil?elay :., " Write this;" and then she told him what to write In just a few fleet words, and stole from sight, With smiinglips, but with a?look o?fright. H...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. COLLINGWOOD, JUNE 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

POLICE. COLLINGWOOD, Tura 6ra. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M, Morgan, and Walker. Eliza Mitchell was charged'on reiand with vagrancy. She was found on a door. step with a child in her arms by constable' Cash, in Smith street. Discharged. Henry Ludlow was charged with being intoxicated and refractoy and .was sent to gaol for fourteen days. 'Henry Williams pleaded guilty to a charge of larceny from the promises of Mr. Dennis O'Brien, and was sent to gaol for twelve months. Two boys about about fifteen years of age named John Cleary and Thomas Gough were charged with being neglected children. Constable Bannon stated that Mr. Coylo, of the Grace Darling Hotel, had found them in his stable covered with old bags, and that he had known the children for a consider able time, and that they never went to work but gathered bones and bottles. The mother of the lad Cleary stated he was fifteen years of age, and had been to work for the last twelve months. They were sent to gaol for one hour, and...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROBERT HALL, THE GREAT BAPTIST PREACHER. (ST. JAMES' MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

ROBERT IIAWA ?,HE GREAT 'LoQUE?'Eo is a rare and, po?eiUihl/"ift, /yper sy, "'.h;emere ab~,y" to, iedr.ss a publiciassonibly; with ease tind fluency, is riot tiieoiamort'but'the' htiifestatin. 6f'the higldii' lidt i p io9wifrs t 'by h hiht h u.iug'1did as 'yva , its reason i~,wayeq,.,its~eathqisiaars aroused,, are ,as, seldom to'bb'emet, With nasthe [genius which sttngs ip (ýý` p it' Qtirii P o'i ...,greoat man; , o~ ptPle heart .,is eapableo ofi.wide tsympathiesa?lndo lofty, impullses; 'whose' eoyd i ipetil to see' and iho? d? torig , id's,?| ift, | d'fi t otp ,tiii tOi.ra.lpc tio thedeepest emotins of the soul.-.ti The life ,of?avgeat orator there fore' is wortl~'oU't'brefu! studly.;h'uid' tid fiiore so?,`4don gtb g hliiehs ?i 'ddildl th 'oI~, l , ;pY ,len | ;.s'?, .4 l ,,oh, ,co p u ,"'ag este'mntcr,lSuchlnarman yaa,Robert,Hall, whose unquestionable genius, taltied to e'ebfitl'ti-i/lev -Vlflhli' ifii . f?'rf" dg'sb'a?ed ' miti gW.iil dtas,4llheniie ff wtis5 wlated is;(ess cpapmon...

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COLLINGWOOD—FRIDAY, MAY 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

:'COLLINGWOOD-FarvDA, MAY 12th' "Before Messrs. Morgan, Walker, and Nettleton. A small boy named Basodon, beyond the control of his parents, was charged' with being a neglected child, and was disposed of in the usual way. Honora Caahin was charged with attempt lang to commit suicide. Thomas Kinsella, ai son of Edward Kinsella stated that on the 7th inst. he was in his father's garden, about 8 o'clock in the morning, when he; heard a splash, and ran towards the river, and saw a woman in the water. ' His' brother went for constable Evans, with' whose'assistance, and that of another man, he succeeded in getting the woman out of the w ter. She was found about twelve feet qrqm the bank clinging to a tree. After being taken from the river she was c6nveydd to the gaol. ' The landlady of the hou'se'in which the prisoner lived said that Mrs. Cashin had told her that she was' going,tp~ see a doctor, after she had been! gone.some time the landlady found a pote,, as follows : " Good bye Mrs. Fl...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, JUNE 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

PITZROY-TAHiat AY, JuNB Sur. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Wood. head, McLean, and Rushall. Daniel M'Namara was charged with being intoxicated and refractory and dam aging a constable's uniform. The prisoner, Whose forehead was besmeared with ,blood, pleaded long residence in the colony and general'good character in extenuation. He was fined 10s with 20s damages. Ricardo v. Anderson.-Summons for 19s 9d for goods sold and delivered. Order for amount and 5s costs. E. Ryan v. Downing.-Summons for goods sold and delivered amounting to £19 19s. Ryan supplied goods to Downing to sell, which he did, and retained the debts due to him. The defendant got a week. to hand over. to Mr. Ryan 'the' 'residue of 'his stock and also an' authority "to 'collect' his debtos. a ' t " .. . . Messrs. Spreadbury. and Langton were each fined Bs for allowing their chimneys to catch fire. - The Inspector of Nnlianco for Fitzroy charged 'r. C. Evans with burning iweeds, &o., without giving the proper ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO REST. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

*SCoENCI:r tQaohes us: that tho,,crust of our earth isa perpetually moving, .and that the sealevel is constantly changing. .Our, globohas its daily rotation: on its axis and its yearly rovolution round the sun. The sun,: with nl its satellites, 'swcep'6or towards a n~oving poit' ini'ho constollatiop Hercules. ',Eyry , iodllod fixed star is in motion.- Fiftythousand years ago the constellation of the GreAt cbar oF'Dipper wasi a t arry cross ; a .,Iun~hrcdl thpuaantd' years,: hnc. ,the imaginery dipper will 'bo qpide.down, add ithe 'stas. which, form the bowl and handle'illl'hhie changed places.,' Tiho mibity',hbbulio are moving, and besides aroeu4hirling 'aiound, in great spirals, ':some one:way,- some another. Every molp.uleo of; matter in tho. whole uni verse 'i swinging to and fro; overy particle of .othor which fills space is in jolly-.iko ,vibration.., Light is one.kind of motion, . heat ..another, electricity anbthfr, magnbtism ahother, sound iutiothr.di"EVry ,human sense is th...

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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

*WBEKLfi ,DsAnIGi' I msAND 'ADas81ACT of births ind death? reglater6d in theinotrdpoliuitn an'esuburbah distriots during thoe week onding May 27; 1870. . 1 District,,' ;i Illrthes. Doaths. Brighton.,, 3 ... irunawlor' ,,. '... 'i 1 Carlton . .. ,..., 17 12 Collingwood ..18 10 1'itzroy (North) .. . * , 8 ' Flemington ,. ,.. 2 . Footeoray ... .., 3 1 Hawthorn ,,. ;.3, 2 illotham .. : ,,, 4 0 Kow K.. o ,, .. 2 2 Melbourno (South) 11 10 Melbourne (West) 4 4. 4 ,Prahran'u 7" ,,, 7 . 0 ltiohmond " ,,,. 15 v1O s~udrldge., , .... ,, 5 "2 Emerald Hi ' ,.;- ,,, 10 . i5 South Yarra - 5 St. Kilda.,, 4 Williametown . . ' 4 5 110 08 ; YTwo iPltzrby.. ' 114 deatlh aro reportod as oceuring frou s'arloR forer, O ,'.: , Of the total d)tth,, 10 or S0} portoont,, wre ochlldron fuot oxouudiun the ago of 3 years, 20 ?uing under tho Lago of ono year,

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CAPITAL AND LABOUR AND LABOUR AND CAPITAL. (BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

'CAPITAL'ANID LABO UR AND S:...;ABOUR,,AND 'OAPIALr' -THE argument between ,capitalists and workmen has beenr stated? th~s :,'The capitalists says: Ians tready to"?ay yoi in wages pecording tothemarke vaue, •which .must,, be ,settled by, the lia?w of supply and demrand, asthe price ofanyy other artiele'is determined.'? If yoh?iask me howI'get 'at :thie marietf price off your 1L.bour,,~I ;anuswyer , hat.I do o.in the same manner that I ,determine what.:price I: will ,give' foru.'the raw materilnl ad -maichinery `which "I re quire.', {'ou are all 'obliged to bring .your;:laiour, ,into the sp.rket in?om petitionwith:each', other, ',anddI, shall make the best:bargaia I-?an-with 'you. My, profits aiire uio cobnceri: ofyours, nor have yop?any righ Ito,,ehquire for how imuchI, can :,sell the produceof your 'da;'s work, nor am .I bound'to enquire 'whether '"the wages you 'receive .aare more than enough for a bare 'subsistepce. 'The law of stipply: and demtnd: is an inexorable power, and yob...

Publication Title: Mercury
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OTHELLO. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

,la ;,';, ..,OTI; .LOM.* ,Ii-,'" tlr;.:,. IN thisitragedy'of intrigho!aidripibturesqub .ontrasts pfoharaoter, this play, reUmakabla alike for its depth of passion and .ie th}i i'ng results of revenge, Mr. Henry Talbot appea8ed on 'Saturdiiy edinii?"?lAlt at 'the Theatre'Royal. Schldgel' terti5s Othello: tragie Rembrandt, and we And!in, himan aristocraticpride,, a qiiol, sense, q o l0ozpro which engrpsss .and all bitt swallows t4p every other pasi6nate; emotion of ris ait't. Every' deitiment) every m'dveiinat n his career convinces, us thatin' his condhotli wouldja.,soon turn histbaok jn, ,the;.day.of battle as commit a singla .cwt of ,,uplicity in the sobial .t~ansa ions ,of life. 'J~lose traits of liaraxi'terof the peniiintlided'aiid outspoken'Moor wer6 sheOWn' by MIi;Talbot in' a manner.which' put' many other .Shake perian. "st?s "to, tthe; .bush..,;Expellqgly well did he pourtray. ,th, feolings of. gan raobled' with?doubt arid gaded, on by'sueob anaroh flendas ago; the terrible c...

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THE UNSEEN WORLD. (ATLANTIC MONTHLY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

THE'?I UNLSEEN: WORLD. (AATLNTIO MONTHLY.) A good end can have no meaning to ,us save in relation to consciousness':that distinguishes and knows the 'obod from the evil. There.could be:. nobe;tqr illustrations of how we are hemmed in than the very inadequacy of, the words with which we 'try to diseiss 'this sub ject. Such words have all gained their meanings :from human experience, and hence of necessity carry' antropomorphic implications. 'But we cannot help this. We must,.think with the symbols with which Bxpprienc~ghgs furnished us; anjl when we so think, there does seem to be little that is even intellectually satisfy ing in the awful picture which science `hows us of giant worlds concentrating out, of nobulous vapour, developing withprodigious waste of energyinto theatres of all that is grand and 'sacred in spiritual endeavour, ,'clashing "anid exploding again into dead vapoun.baljs, only to renew the same toilful process without end,-a senseless bubble-play of Titan forces, wi...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY,'. ljabr OmGnia eincit. 'TO 'OER1? PbNpENT.s· '" .R ecte ontunseatit ne cpnnot be retulnrne underi: anycirucustances whadteve No ntice cai?be taken of anonymous com. munications.:' Rv'iJ letter must' be' accom pianed by' the' ?h?me and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, bu|t as, a guarantee of goodfaith. o To aboid inctnvenience 'and' delay 'o persons interested ioe have to request that all business comn~nications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GnnrnTs & SPAVin, and not to the EDITOB. ADraislemuat int, 'all cases, td be piepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion :in the news columns should be addressed to the rditor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

GENERAL NOTICE., , THE Mercury is published every, Saturday . Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged is. per quarter, payable in advance; by post les. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March,' June, and September. The Editor will be obliged for. informi. Stion-more especially relating to local matters. 0SCALE FOR ADVERTISING: Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6?d. Official and Election Advertisements, Seach insertion, per inch ... 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and ' Land for Sale or to Let, Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel 'laneous,"Missing Friends, &o., 0's. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... ..., is. Od. To ADVEaTrrsRe.-N0tico t '~withdraw advertisements must be given in writing. ITIHE Mercury can be obtained from.any of • ?the following agents :.-Subscription Is. per qtiuarter. G. CANaL?' ... 167 Smith st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

-WOOL I WOOL, WOOLWI. GoO . TO WHOL BALp AND BrTAIL TOY &'FANCY +REPOSITO Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Fingering Wools Se. 6d. to 6s. per lbi Largest Varety of Colors at 218' Smith st.. Collingwood:" Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. .MRS. H GENS' .FATOY R _QSITORY, 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. Braiding Blocks in great variety. Patterns :Stamped on every Material for Braiding. Pinking done. Berlin .Wool in great variety ,of colors. Registry Office for Servants. Agent for Coutts' guaranteed Acetic Acid, ,also Robinson's Universal Cement. WHOLESALE A . TAIL TINSMITH, 88 9,,SMITH TR.EET, FITZROY, Opposite Eas?ey street. all kinds of Jobbing executed. Orders punctually attended to. G. N. RAYMOND, FASHIONABLE BOOTMAKER, 147 SMITH STREET, FITZROY, Opposite Arcade. Eve6'description of Boots and Shoes made to order on the shortest notice. A combination of elegance, durability'and comfort not often obtained elsewhere. is guaranteed by G.N.R. THOS. LLOYD, LEATHER CUTTER, 286 WELLINGTON S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 10 June 1876

H.H BROOKSTAJIL R _© _I?R 0 -S~t TROUS -RS _'E0 ,PROFESSED TROUSER MAKER, r- ., ear Getrud 1 treot. ' West of Exigland, Col0nal, and.Bannook bin Tweed Paget suits to measure from t8.3 Black Dtess Trousers, 25s to measure. SIA ATHING, TPRiFlERADNRER MAKER', ". '"991 SMIT ST.EET, FITZRO?. ,,,, HISn Hotel isds uated sfonting the Bay-,m Black Dte6 s Trouer, Cinuto meas su tre ,oE and Plnge Ba. are it I, f It .n Odei t.'?; 'iir, Ji ' ', ': "" ;" ;w t ' t :r , ' I 'E .... "bfth e - aal7. pndH P Btaiy Trdoamilie GJ.Lgicme;6 MillT 84'a.i COLLUWOmQDt. of SG.,D' LANGR DG, ; LuoAioneerr IValu-atoa Ians Arbtrator.g Agent for the Llverpool,London :& OIde' Insurance ' o. I........., same...to....ee.,-. Agent for the Liverpool, London k Ola'del Insurance o

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