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BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

BALLAN,. 'ir 11al Conmnittoee of the A. O0 Foresters mot at the Italian Hotel on Monday night, to consider shat stops should be taken for the furthorance of their obeject, Chief Ranger Pnug presiding. A report was drawn up, which will be lid before the Court on the night of their next mooeeting, the ?7tlh nst., and will be by them adopted or othorwise.. The rejoicinigs in hdnbur of the Duke of Edin. burglh take p1hco on Tuesday next. A procession Till be formod on the morning of that day, and Till maroh to the ,site of the pioenio. In the Aening, there will be an entertaiitiiont at the lechaunics' Institute, The aftfiir is likely to be a 'relt success, as numbers of people front a long listnce intend taking part in it. Mr. Flack, of the Bollan Hotel, announces a all to be hold in his house on the evening, of the 6thl (noxt Tuesday), in conwlemoration of tihe isit of 11-R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh to Victoria. qo doubt this effort to provide entertainment for he liallan publio will mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

,p 0 0 p Pt c C t U0 OF TiIE ?OUR7TH3 VICTORIA PýERMANENT PROPERTY BUILDING and INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Registerec pursuant to iriendly Societies Statute, 1865. TRUSTEES: William Henry Cutts, Esq., M.D.; John M'Gee, Esq.; Joseph Wilkie, Esq., J.P. PRESIDENT:-Peter Davis Esq., J.P. TREASURER :-Albert Lee Tucker, Esq. COMMITTEE : Robert Byrne, Esq., M.L.A.; Richard Hodgson, Esq.; Michael Curtain, Esq., J.P. .; Bernard Lihenfleld, Esq,, M.D. STEWARDS: J. Gammie, Esq. ; J. G. Seymour, Esq. ACTUARY :-G. E. Cowley, Esq. SOLICITORS : Messrs. Macgregor, Ramsay, and Brahi - SURVEYORs AND AROHITEoTS: Messrs. Smith and Watts. AUDITORS :-Messrs. T. Dickson and A. Priestly, BANIERS :-Colonlal Bank of Australasia.. MANAGINO S?oRnE'rARY :--M. Miller, Esq., J.P. SHARES .825 EACH. Entrance Fooe, is. per Share. ''ransfer Fee, is. per Share. Subscription, Is. per Share fortnightly. Redemption Monies, 2. 1.ld., 3s. Sd., Ss. 8d., 4s. 5d., or 8s. per Share fortnightly, at the option of the borrower. THE ODJE...

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BALLAN. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. (Before J. M. Clow, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

BALLAN. THUVnDAY, NOVBmeIR .21. (Before J. M,.Clow, Esq., P.,.) Edward Davoren v. Neville Butler Headland. Acting as agent, clerk, or partner of one Francis Miller, solicitor, defendant' being at the time deputy County Court Bailiff. Plaintiff seeks to recover by action of debt the sum of £100. 1 No jurisdiction, Case struck out. George Bull v. - Griffith. Work--lOs. 6d. Case postponed for fresh service. Same v. William Carroll. Work-.- tls. 6d. Order for £2 1ls. 6d., and 5s: costs.,

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

GISBORNE. (InRO OUR OWN COnRsE'SPONDIwrT,) IN compliance with a resolution passod at ta ooeeting of the Road Board, a public meeting was convened in the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday night, to consider what stops should be taken towards a demonstration in honour of the visit of iI,1,iI, the Duke of Edinburgh to this colony. ilr. Hlussoy, who occupied the chair, said he regretted the absence of the members of the Road eotard from this mooting; and that, as a majority of them were opposed to the voting of the Road loard ifunds towards a demonstration in honour of the Duke, what would be done in this way must be done by private subscription. IHe should like the gentlemen present to express their views on11 the mattoe'. The Clerk of the ioad Board aeid a letter from the Secretary of the 1\oodond l)anonstration Committee, giving the information sought for by the Gisborne Road Board, in roefo relne to the proposed bonlire on tount Macedon, that the site of the bonfire was in the (Gisbo...

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A RELUCTANT BRIDEGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

A. RnLUCO'ANT B3RIDEtn ooMI.--A farmer, t of Wath-upon-Dearne, who for nearly twenty years had wooed the daugh ter of a respectable tradesman of the sameplnce, at last arranged 2 preliminaries of marriage, and fix.ed the weddling day for Easter Tuesday. The a morning came, and the bride and friends all dressed and ready for the marringe, the 't wedding feast being prepared, the ringers also in attendance, intendling to give a merry peal; the vicar and the- cleric were waiting, at the olhurch, the bridegroom being the only t party who was missing. After waiting very patiently for some time, a search was made, e and the intended bridegroom was found at a j public-house in a state of inebriation, and caused a message to be sent that he did not intend being married. The affair becoming known, a large concourse of people soon con gregated with cart and ropes, a party of women volunteering to fetch the intended bridegroom out of the public-house, aid tie him in the cart for exhibition thr...

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BLACKWOOD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

S . LACKWOOD. FImDAY, Novm?mBER 15. (Before C; Shuter, Esq., P.M., and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) Thomas Roy wtas charged with being drunk and disorderly.. Fined 5e. Moore v. Stoddart. The plaintiff claimed £4 for wages on a contract between Stoddart and M'Noil. Dismissed, without projudice. Sharp v. Miller. Disputed account for work 30.. Verdict for amount, and 2s. 6d. costs. WAR"DEN'S COURT. Taylor v. Plmmner. The plaintiff seeks to be put in poousesaion of a tribute share in the True A meeting of the Parwan School Committee was held on Monday evening, whuen Mr. Greenwell (correspondent), read a letter received by him from the Board of Education, stating that aid had been granted to the school, by way of salary; and also a sum of £S5, to meet a like sum to be raised locally, for the purpose of erecting a school house. The Board also announced their intention of publishing the names of Committee submitted to them. The necessary books for keeping the records of the school, and a variety ...

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MOUNT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

MOUNT EGERTON. (FnoN A COIuE1PONDENT.) SIwN: my last, the yield of the Mount Egerton -(old Mining Company is improving. The last croshing from the north end of the claim gave the nlogniflcent yield of (100 ounces for the week, and I may congratulate the lucky proprietors of the Block Ilorso claim on their amicable arrangement for retaining their claim without any further resort to law. They now have 1500 feet north of 'Mr. Ltnrmnonth's; nuld with a face of roof twenty to twolty.four foot wide, studded with gold, making towards them, I maty say that :they have one of the mosot valuablu properties in the colony. The striking of leaders bearing gold in the sinking of the l'lincess and Prinoo of Wales, further north still, confirms mny, opinion that the magnifloent reef runs through the whole of their claim. The South Egerton laim is' going down us fast as three shifts can make it, so that in a few months. we mlly expect to see Mount Egerton one of the most stirring places in the colony...

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide, 18th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA., Adelaide, 18th November, The Duke of Edinburgh returned to Adelaide, according to previous arrangements, and reached town at seven on the evening of Saturday, Yesterday morning, he attended Divine service, as usual, on board the " Galatea." In the afternoon the funeral took place of the unfortunate seaman John Ware, captain of the head, who had met his death by falling overboard from the "Galatea," The body was brought by the steamer " Eleanor" from the Galatea to the Port, attended by the officers and crew, and was taken to the Alberton Cemetery, the Prince walking with the rest of the ofticers in procession, the whole distance (nearly two miles) and back to the Port. The deceased was buried with naval honours, A vast concourse of people assembled at the Port, and accompanied the procession to the place of interment. The Prince's kind manner in attending the fiuneral as captain of the ship, has excited public admiration. In order to be mor...

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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

GISBOR?NE. WEDINEISDAY, NOVEMIBER 20. (Bleforo J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.) }i, II, Woolhouse v. - Kirby. Debt-.f1 Is. Sres v, Manley. Dcbt-.£3. Awarded £5, to be paid at the rate of 6s. per week, and 5s. costs. Gisborno United District Road Board v. J. S. Ceaeron. Hlats-14s, Mr. Booker for the Road Board, Mr. GCll for defondant. As no evidenco could be adduced to prove that the property for 5hich defendant was rated was in the Gisborno district, hoe case was dismissod, with £84 41. costs. same v, John Shuls. Rates--s. Settled. ame v Edward Morring. Rates-l10s, Settled Saono v. John Campoy. Rates-16s, Settled. Snmo v. ,Hester Burlier. Rates-9s, Verdict for plaintitll, Os., ansd .£1 7s. (d. costs. Same v, liohard Boyd. Rates-£] 10s, Settled. Sanl v. l)onnis and John O'Connor. Rates SJ.6d, Settled. Same v, William Bishop. Rates-10s, Verdict forplaintill 10r , 10.and £1 78, (id. costs, same v. Johnl IIagan. Rates-12s. Settled. Saeso v. B. Kavanngh. Rlates-J- 2 7s. Settled. ;eIne v, Willi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. BACCHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID.UP CAPITAL . . £540,000 RIESERVE F1) UND . . . 4140,000 C U1I, ENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods. JOHN CONYNGHAM M'OAUSLAND, . Manager. GISBORNE UNITED DISTRICT . - ROAD BOARD. 81EALhED TENDERS will hbe recelvd by the A above B]oard for the LEA8SIN for twelve monthis, from the 1st Jatmary, 1808, of-the MAIN RtOAD 'l'Olj situate near the RtIecourse, Glis. borno, . .lenders, ondorseod " Tender for Main Roud '1'oll,'" and addressed to the Chairman of the Boru'd, must, be delivered at the Board Offices before Two o'clock on MONDAY, DIeombor 0th. Further information may be obtained from 'THO'M AS 11. L.I(1ITIFOOT, Clark, ,&c,, to the Booard. Glsborne,.Nov. 15, 1807. BSHIREI COUNOIL OF BALLAN, A STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF01 T'IE COUNCIL FROM 30Tu SEPTEMBER, 1860, TO 300Lm SETI'. EMBIEE, 117, ' lREOl'PTS. L'9p Treasurer, 2nd moiety Endown)ent, 18i00. . .. ....1137 18 2 D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

AUTUMNI AND WINTER CiOTHINiG, COOKSON AND BROWN, SU5OEi80ILH TO 0, ANI J. ESPIE, Tailors, Outfitters, and ,Bhirtmakers, 43 B1OURICE STI?RET' .East, .Melbourne, Established 1858, . T AVI much pleasure in intimating to their friends and the public in general that their Stock this season is replete with the ne?est and boat designs in every article connected with t. GENTLEMEN'S DRESS, Speolally selected by their homen buyer, comprising all the novelties in COA'TINGS. Ribbs, Elastics, Moltons, Venetians, Choviots. VES'TINGS. French, Plush, Thibet, Shawl, Real Sealskin. TROUSERINGS, Cheviots, Bliss Cords, Hooper's Elastic, Scotch Tweeods, Hunting Cords. OVERCOA.''INGS. Ioeavers, Witneys, Astrakans, Irish Frieze, Waterproof 'T'weod, ALL Goo1)s THOROUGHLY SHRUNK Before being made up. Patterns and Instructions for Self-Measurement sent free by post, on application. OUTFITS TO ENGLAND And all parts of the World, on the Shortest Notice. Moderato Charges, First.elaas Cutters and Workmen employe...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

BALLARAT MA.RKET. MEsns. I;I'DUItN AND LEONARD report: T'he stock yarded were 710 cattle, 0 calves, 3459. sheep, ,and 2270 lambs. Fat Cattle: Another glutted' market, and we consequently have to report flattest market of the season, best b?ef only ,making from 12s. Gd. to 15s. per 100 lbs. Fat Calves: Only 0 yarded, whioh sold from 10s. Gd. to' 42s. Fat Shoop: The succession of short supplies lately had a salutary offeoot on the market of -this week. Prices in consequence were fully equal to those of previous week. Quotations: Best wothers (shorn), say 0(0 weights, bs.; medium ditto, 5e. to is.; inferior, 4s. Fat Lambs: Although supply was lighter than last week, yet was rather more than sufficient fbr requirements. Bost made Os. Od.; others, from 4s. up. Store Stock: We have no transactions to report this week. Fnquiries are principally for good-sized six-tooth wothers and two and four-.tooth owes. Horses: Number yarded on Saturday was con. sidera?bly in excess of any previous week...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

MARKETS. MELBOURNE, W\VI,?nsI)AY, NovESn?UuI 20. M. M'CAw AN ANOTIIER, Il'roducu ]Brokers, Royal Horseo Uzalar, Mlolbournt(, report prices roalised for the week ending 20th November, as follows :--Flour, seconds, £?) LOs. to £0 17s. (Gd. per toni; wheat, 4s. lOd, to 5s, 3d. per bushel; Cape barley, 2s. 8d. to 2s. Pd,; feed oats, 2s. 7(1. to 2s, 8d.; blue peas, 4is. id.; white peans, 3?. Gid.; 'roy peas, 3s. 9d. to 4s.; perennial grass seed, 3a. 3d. to 4s. 9d.; prairie grass seed, is. Od. to Gas. bran (bags in), Is, 0,d.; damaged, 10ld.; potatoes, £1 2s. Gd. to .02 15s. per ton; bacon, GOd. to 81d. per lb.; hams, 7.d. to 9:id.; cheese, very inferior new to prime old, 3ild. to 8d.; potted butter, old to prime now, 41d. to 7d.; fresh butter, very medium to good, Old. to 7d.; lard, in bladders, 5d.; honey, 5d.; eggs, 8d. to Is, per dozen; Tasmanian jains, Is. to 4s, 9d. pnr dozen; kangaroo skins, Os, Gd. to l0s. per dozen. MlEusas, DALMAHOY CAMPBJEiELL AND Co. report, Novomber 20-Fat Ca...

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 23 November 1867

BLACKWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   IT is my painful duty to record the demise of Mr. William Byres, one of the oldest and most respec- table residents of Blackwood. The deceased gentleman has been confined to a bed of sickness for the past twelve or fourteen months. He received the kindest attention and best medical advice, but all efforts were unavailing, He died on Tuesday last, and was interred on Wednesday, a numerous circle of friends following his remains to the grave, thus testifying their last respects to the memory of the deceased. He leaves a widow and six children. The usual quietness of our little township was disturbed on Saturday last by a report being freely circulated to the effect that a band of bush- rangers had located themselves within a few miles of Blackwood, and had commenced operations by sticking up a poor Chinaman. Subsequent events proved the rumour to be a truthful one. The Chinaman was robbed of £4, and tied to a tree. The poor fello...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 30 November 1867

IMPOUNDINGS. BIACCHUS MA.R.tSHI,-Inlpounded at Bacchus Marsh. Trespass 5s, Kept back for supposed owner. Bay mare, star, ^ }I near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on *.th December. Chesnut colt, stripe down face, three fooeet whiote, TK over TK near shoulder; bay fllly, star, large snip, PKIC near shoulder; black mare, j I or olf, shonider, CI near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 11th December. On 9th November, by D. Robortson, Esq., trespass (d. each. Choaesnut colt, blaze, three feet white, T'KI over 'T'K near shoulder; bay filly, star, large snip,, PK near shoulder; black mare, CB near shoulder, H off shoulder, If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 11th December. On 21st November, by Mr. J. Craven, trespass (3d. Chesnut horse, short tail, blaze, Al near shoulder; bay mare, a near shoulder, Al off shoulder, like LS near cheeook, 10t off neck. On the 24th Novem.n bor, by Thomas Brown, Esq., Yaloalk Yale. Brown mare, IC near...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 30 November 1867

M?ARKETB. MIELBOURNE, WYEDNESDAY, NOVEIBER 27. M. M'CAw AND ANo'riu:u, Produce Brokers, Rloyal IIorso Bazaar, MIelbourne, report prices realised for the week ending 27th November, as follows:-Wheat, Gs, per bushel; feed oats, small supply, 2s. Gd, to 2s, Gd.; white pens, 3s. Od.; bran, bags in, 1s. 0.d, to Is. id.; potatoes, bags in, £2 10s. per ton; bacon, medium to prime, G:?d. to 8.d, per lb.; hams, 8ld, to D9d.; Bath chaps, Gd.; cheese, very bad and inferior to prime, 2:d. to 8d.; potted butter, medium to good, Gd. to 7)d.; fresh butter, 7d. to 8d.; lard, in tins and bladders, 4,d. to 5d,.; honey, in tins, Gd.; eggs, 1Od. to ls. 3.d. per dozen; bark, in hundles, £3 Gs. per ton. MEssRs. DALIAHOY CAxMPvELL AND Co. report, November 27:--Fat Cattle: 1230 head came fotiward for the week's supply, but 100 of them were withdrawn from sale. All of those to hand were from goodl to prime quality, and the markett opened on the first day with a decline of fully 10s. per head; but the attend...

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H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 30 November 1867

IIRHI. TIlE DUKE OF EDINBUROHJ IN VICTORIA. Wir present to our readers a fulll account of the arrival and .reception of' ?.Jnc Alfreod, as detailed in the Molbourno papers. ' TuE MARIITIME itE~CEPTION. On the afternoon of Friday,'the colonial steunm .sloop of war, the "Victorin," loft Sndridge for the I-Heads, having on board His ]Excelloncv Sir J, HI- Manners-Sutton, K.C.B., nd suito; Sir' Trovor Chlrito; K.C.B.,, conimmndiing 11r Mnajeosty's forces in Aus tralia; soene of the members of the Ministry'; Sir Jnmos l'ahner, Presildent of the Legi's lti\veo Council; Sir Francis Murphy, SpenakLer of the Leogislative A ssomlly; nnd a nmbnher of members of tllhe Executive Council and of tiit Royaol ]iecepfion Oommission. The SVictoria" took up her position, and nnchored in waiting for the arrival on the following day of thie " Galaten," nndl also of the stmnloers which wore to conio flown to form theo flotilla I' ,which tlhe " nlltea" was to be ncconmpanied up the nay to the port of M elb...

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WELCOME TO PRINCE ALFRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 30 November 1867

WELCOMIE TO PRINCE ALFRED, All hail to Prince Alfredl; of glorious renown, Who has come to visit our motropolitan town. MaLy our hearts and our voices in unison blend, And peal forth to welcome our sailor Prince friend; For the English wanderer, whero'er he may roanm, Still looks up to England, and calls it his hoine. 'The streets of old London, in auld lang syno, On one grand occasion were flowing with wine; [ut the city of MIelbourno will vie with it all, As its sparkling wines from tihe fountain fall. T'Ihe sunboatms shall diannc in its rosy hue, And all men drink, that aor loyal tndl true, T'Ihe health of the Prineo they are willing to greet, And pour fort!li rjoicings o'er this ample tro?lat. t'hen the gly illuminedl town, withi itl mucid vesonnding, And the heurts of its peoplo responsively houndling. At the grand ball sonm will wonderingly g~ae, W\'hile others will eunter its joyous Inazo; A nil the rlll o(if the Princ ncshli6nedo shall be On Iho tapeprilng forni of some fair...

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GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 30 November 1867

GISIBORNE. (FOpc OUiL OWN COni0EI'ONIfNT'.) Ti 'IDemonstration Committeo hlave boon rather quiet during the paat weeok, yet I believo tlhey are making considerable proroross in collecting sub. scriptions, &eo. Mssra. Smith and Conuoll, in the part of the district assigned to them to colletoob, have recoived upwards of ',10 ; and as there are five or six more of the Commnitteeoo appointed to colleot in differernt parts of the district, a hamnd some sum may be expeooted., The children of the Romseoy and Lancofleld Schools are to join in the pio.nic; The Gisborno United Road Distriot has boon subdivided into three sulidivilions, as follows :- Tim MOUNTAIN SUnDDVS1ION.-Starting on the boundary of Bourke county, by the Mlount Alex. andor road, to a line east fProm a point one chain south of the south-western anglo of section :14, Gisborno parish; thence east by that liuo to a distance of eighty chains from its said starting point; thence south to the Gisborne Creek, nud by that c...

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To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 30 November 1867

T'o the Editor of the 1x6press. Sm--ITaving boon a constant reador, caused mo to soo in your journal gr'eat corruption at diffloront times, but the greatest huanbug aunongst then is " ialtoplyor,'' who whitowashcd himself in tho 6alarditan lost wcok, A "rattopayorl" Oh, whore is ho from V Was ho over abio to pay his grogr scoro? Th'io publio will now soon ceo that thu ainmo "ratopayor" never paid ratos in this louclity, sud never hald it to pay. liut still 1 would advise imihi to loso his mouth, rand drink no more boor, so that ho might becomeo l ratopayor; also thrat ho might bo able to undertako contracts in his own name-doulb(fmd. Mr. Kelly should go to imn, and broak his pen, and not allow him to bo thu cause of having any moro of his na?stinoss oxposod. lier omployer should tako him, aId lchain him up Ibohind the bar, among thle emlty bottles. I shall let himi ol" with i caition this tille; stit lot him ho good in futuru, which will bu a chaute for him, lolsNncrs 'ri Mi SreOne....

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