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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 April 1891

G. and A. Ellis, Ulverstone, . . . A]»J- NI'MKJTI. DRAPERS, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS. AND GHNERAL PRODUCE 3IEHCHANTS. . ; Have on Sale— Oats, Bran, l'ollunl, Sharps, Chaff, ka. All kinds of.prbduco bought for Cash. LOOK OUT.— Largo nrrivnl o£ Harness, Saddlery, and Boots just to hand ex Frederick ami Iono. Call and seo stock. K. Newton anil Soxs, (it) Brisbane-street, Launccston, . DRESSMAKING.— Mrs. Garner having secured the Bcrviccs o£ a Kihst-class DltKss.MAKr.n solicits the patronage of the Indies of Burnlo, LiAj: rrj^jsr-r. Fijian and Queensland ? BAN AX A STORE, ' ST. JOHN STRKET, LAUNOESTON,; Tasmania. 1 Itipc Bannnas tihvn.VH on hand. Trade only supplied. j; T. Alexander, SOUTH RUUN1E. PARCELS, LUOOAGB DELIVERY, AND GENERAL CARTING. EVKIIV tmin and steamer met on arriving anil leaving, and luggngc conveyed to and from all parts of the town at moderate charges. All hotels visited every morning before departure of train for conveyance of luggngc to station. OlIDURS MAY BE LEFT AT ...

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If The End Were Near, All Base Passions Would Die and Love be Supreme. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 11 April 1891

If The End Were year, All Base Pneaions Would Die and Love be Supreme, If an authorative bulletin wore to be issued this moment from the court of Heaven, that in just seven days tbo world would bo destroyed, what passion, do yon think, would survive during tho fiual week 1 Would it be hate, or envy, or ambition, or the greed ot gain I Ob, no, ot all the passions that animate tho human breast, the only one to cuduro would be love. There would be a frenzied rush to grasp Iovo'b final opportunity. Mothers would gather their ohildren about them, and thoro would be no impatience, no cruel putting njide of bother ing littlo arms, no withholding ot caresBea becaUBO thoy disarranged the well-arranged hair and laces. There would bo no turning tbe boys out into tbe street for tba reason that in their play at homo thoy woro prone to make bnvoo with tbe tidies on the chair backs and the bric-a-brac on tho Bhelvca. There would be no laok ol knowledge ns to where tho girla wero at evening, or at ...

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The Wellington Times Published Every Wednesday and Saturday. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1801. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Publithci Eccry WeAnctilay and Saturday. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1S01. m ? In our advertising columns Mr. O. 1). M Fcoton announces his intention of becoming n enndidato for election for the representa tion of the district of Wellington In tho House of Assembly. Mr. Fcuton nlso states hU intention of addressing the electors nt nil the centres of population in the electorate in onler to place his views before those' who have tho matter of the selection of repre sentatives In their hands. Already. Mr. C. J. Mackenzie, one of tbo present members for the district, nud Mr. C. It. Hall, of Ilumic, have announced their intention of contesting the election, nnd Mr. Fenton having now declared himself a starter what la commouly called ' The £100 Handicap ' renders a poll necessary, as only two members nre required. As there arc many subjects of vital interest to the electoral district, upon which electors have a right to hear tbo views of the several candidates, nnd the general elections will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Itcddiug' and Quilts. Everyone Is waking up to tho fnot tlint M'KEMIE'S BEDDING mill SILK DOWN QUILTS Arc Seldom Equalled, Never Excelled. : THO&iM'KKNZIK, Manufacturer, 103, York-street, Lnunccston. I)AVI« M0K«AX, Sculptor and Monumental Mason Ellznboth-street, Princes Square, Lnunccstou. MAKBLE, BlucBtono, anil Freedom Monuments. Haul Stones nml Curl Stones to onlcr. Monumental Work repaired lettered, and pnlntcd, in town and country on the most reasonable terms. Mcnioria Brasses, Door and Window Brass l'lntc Engraver. Plans Supplied and Estimates Oiven. J. mid T. GVSH, TIMBEll MERCHANTS nnd BUILDERS LAUXOKSTON. SUPPLY all material required in tin several bmnclics of the building Trade Including Hard and Soft Woods, Doors Sashes, Mouldings, T. and G. Hnnlwood Gnlvnnlseil Iron, Spouting, Hoofing Slates Cement, Register Grates, Tiles, White Lead Oils, Builders, Hardware, kc. Also, English leather Belting 2Jln. to 81 n. T, ED6INT0N and Co., DEVONPORT WEST, LAUNOESTON and SYDN...

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

TASB^ANIAN JfEWS. 1 ? .-- - 'V ' ' ..- « '? ? '? [By EtEbTiiinTEtiEanAPu.j i : (Flipil OUU OWN; COIIUESraNOBNT.) ( . ].iU-\CESTO,v; ? , ;. [ /. 1/ 7 II s.-'V /', /jipViii*.g At a meeting of the Marino Board to-day a! letter wan read from tho secretary of iht Mersey Marine llonnl, stntllig tlint tlintbody; was of opinion' that it was hot desirable jto; proceed nny further, with tho question jof lighting tlio Inner passage between Hunter Island. and' the main-land at present; aiul askocl the opiuloji of tho ; Muster Warden flu calling the Consolidated Hoard together. The board decided to recommend thu Cou-: sbilda'tcii Board being* ciiil'cil ' 'together io consider tlio corrcspoudonco. ? ! The Buporiutcudcnt In .clinrgo of blasting, operations at Whirlpool' Hock' has reported that a successful shot' was fired 011 Saturday, carrying tliOjWliojonhiiinclonway! ',-) . I 'l'lie'slm'rc niarkct^ has shown more signs of nnnlmntlon .tbnlay,v hut'1' Fnuntlcroys,. Western', and Mnxiins, were the...

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Whyte River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

lVliyte Ilivei:Xotcs. . ? ♦— ' — ? , „ . [llr TomiThumh.] There Is but little ohange s'itice my last In things In gcnctaU One Item I luivo tlio pleasure to clironlolo is tho faot that nil' the largest nnd heaviest pieces of thu Godkln mnohlnory are nt tho* claim, The bollar,wns nnld to liu of such ysolghtthnt It would go through thu linmwny and muliu n roml for itself into tho l her/or Into tho thiricon mile creek, or suddenly bring up at the' root of some big tree and thcro remain. ' Well, after all tho talk, thu boiler Is safely landed on tlio elnlm, nud the word lias been p'afscd round from ono to another, ' I say, why tho boiler is up 1' And so It Is up, nml I hollove that It caina up in goal time. It has ceitaluly prated tho vnluo of thu tramns I nm told thnt If. passed ovrr thcl highest part of It, which It over 20IU high, n|ul those present could Kunrcely perceive nny trcmoiir or stmluon the rond more thnn whan the homo only passes over It. Things nm being pushed lorwnnl with...

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HOBART. April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

iioitAitr. ? April III. ,| It is rumored In reliable quurtcrs that! Lieut, Colonel; Warner will bo permauuiitly. utipolntcd Couiniaudant of'tiie Tasmanlan iorccs. ? , - . ....,;-.. ' ..'I,:', .--'?'.? ?? -'-. ??? April 14. ' Further iiartlculars relative to thcmunlor and suloldo yestenlay — when a woman named Davidson was found on her bod with icr throat out, and n man named Qunmby iu the same lionso at Sandy Dnv, Ills throat being also b.idly cut— couilrms the suspicion that tho murder wiih coiutnlltud by Qiutnby, who nftcrmiflN ntteui|iteil suicide. ? The latter, who wih In n lo»v stnte tills afternoon, If not expecod to rcuovor. «.M!?tollan!'1' llcl!nFn'lto' '» follmvs:— William 1 gsi to ircury Itlggs, Charles Illgga and Ilobort lliggs, £liOl).

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Puzzle Column. No.4—By L.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Puzzle Column. No.l— ByL.A. P. ' I have an orchard of 80 trees nnd make on an avcrago £1 per tree from tho snlo of fruit, 1 have twlco as many plum trees as cherries ; os many pears as I have cherries nnd plums together ; ns many peaches nn I have plums j nnd ns many npplcs as all tho rest together. Tho penrsreturnod 10/. per tree, the cherries 18/. per tree, the peaches 24/. per tree, nnd tho npples 21/. per tree. What did I mnko per tree out of the plums 1 No.C— How ninny squnre yanls nre there In a path 331yds. long and Oft. Bin. wldoj and wlint would be tho coat of paving It at 1/2 imru |um ( No.0.— Can you tell mo, What figures three, When multiplied by four, . Hnko live exact— 'Tis truth and fact— And not a unit more, Answers to tho above will bo published on ou Saturday, April 25. The number of live cat lie exported from the United States duiitif: 1800 was »8lt,riOU, ns agnlnst 209,301 for 188'J, nnd 144,01!) for 1688. The exports of dressed beef reached 20,000.

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

NHIIM'IV^, - .,-.,?. ApuiyKi). April 1 1.— Koiiiiyn',s,s,, 80 tons, W. Mndilen, ?[.]/H frqni'Trinl Harbour. Pussungcra— Jlr. nud ' Mrs, Nlohol. April. HI.— Star, s.s, 40 tons, J. llolyiimn from Lnunccston and Const ports. ,. ?,..;r-if,ni1.1. ? ? --'?:- ???- SAiuED,. ?. ? ,,,;',[,- iAj)r)lll,—Kponyn,s,B,,8Utons,W.Mndden, ? for Lnunccston, l'ii«soiigor — Muster Overall. ., April H.— Stnr, b.s., Ju tons, J. llolymnn, , ..^for. Wynynnl. i ,; .i,,-;,.. ; h ::l 'jilt i.. '1'ha Koonya arrived from Trial Hnrlwur on Saturday nt 4 p.m., after another smart trip, Tho Koouya landed all hur passengers »nd corgb at Trial' Harbour without trail , shlpmoiit, anil . did not go to Macquarla ? ' Harbour, Tho Koonya left for Lnuucestoii ? on Saturday nbout B p;m.' ' Tho B.s. Star, from Lnunecston nud Const ,. ports nrrlved on Monday night at U.II0, Left ' ' lor Wynyard yesterday lit 12.80 p.m. She Is expected to return from Wynyard at day _ ...llgjit this inoming. ? t Tho Flora, .from Melbourne, miiy b...

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Table Cape Marine Board. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Tnlilc Cnjic Mniinc Hoard. A meotlng of tho nlwvo. niiirliui boanlwas held in the Court House, Iliirnlc, ou Kriday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Them wcro present —Tho Hnstor Warden (Sir. A. K, Chnpman) and Wardens 0. J. Mackenzie, J, W, Norton Nmllli, and K.fStutturd. The minutes nf tho provloiiH ' mooting having boon rend nml ciinllriucd, the Master AVnnlun laid before the board cortnlu corrcs pouiluncu from tho Mnrhio llonnls of Lnun ccstori nud Slersey relative to the survoy of tho channel between llummoak Island anil tho innlulanil, anil as to the proposed light house on Albatross Island, I .' , After discussion nndoxnininntion of charts of tho locality it was unanimously {resolved thnt, while in .the opinion of tho bounl thu survey nf tho ohnnnel between {Hunters Islniul nnd the 'ma.nlanit, of Tasmania Is ilcslmble In the' interests of tho smnllor constiiig vessels, yotnstuah clmimel can only be wifely used in daylight and could only bo throughly lighted nt great experiso, tho genom...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

^uijexslawj;*' ??' ??? m, „ BlIISnANE, Aurll 14 last; seditious language on Sundcy

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The First Day of the Week. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

'' Tlio Firm Day of the ~W«iok. ... . (TO TUB EDITOB ) -^ ', ?Sm,— I1 wrote recently asking for nn ex planation as to ' Sunday being tho ilrst day of the week, as is generally recognised.' It , secnw no .bno has given one, so 'X Sub scriber '- asks ino for one Hint It is not the first day of tho week. I never intended to provo that it win not, butbcclug thnt It It generally recognised as such 1 would liko to' give n few wonls on it. Now, we have two .statements generally recognised, namely,'. ..Sunday .the test day of the week, nuil 'Sunday tho Sabbath. Thin. we learn from ]-thc Catechism, in what Is called the Sabbath ! school, the contents In it'tiken from Exodus ? oh. xx., verses 8, 0, 10,' 11, which wo clearly ' see to bo tho seventh day of the week Again we learn from Webster's dictionary that the - word .Sunday Is taken from Sabbath. Sco nlso Crudcnii Complete Coneonhmco. In the above verses we sco that Qod cnllcd the ^ seventh day Sabbath, but we fail to sec whore, lie calls ...

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Correspondence. The Irish Town Road. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Correspondence. , i « ? Slic Irluli V»wn llonil. (T(J THE EDITOR.) / , Sin*— I notieo in the 'notes' fromyqiir Irish1 Town correspondent nicnilon is nindo of 'tlio'iUftlaulty which will liu cxpcriencol by farmers in carting their potntoen ! this s 'kenron, and from personal obwnatlon I can quite endorse tho statement. The question of constructing the piece of raid rcferreil to in rather a soro point with mo, a» I took some trouble anil thought I had gained the end In view j nml while I do not 'like to 'Tito In n carping spirit about ?I the. Public Works department, 1 imiHt say there are some -works m obviously necessary ?nil'which hard to bo done, Hint their non cbmpletlon shows gross carolcssnesi or incompctcncy KOincnhcrc. llic case of tills mail is, t am sorry to say, the caw of several nubile worU In thin district. The nlostillstniitscttlcmcntnt Irish Town ls'nbbut six miles, and with the exception of about CO chains the whole of the road 1st good one mostly macadamised, The CO ...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

TORC010NI11 NEWS, . .'? [Br Sr/BUAillNE CABtE.Jr'j . (PBOSI pUlt.oWNiCOnBESPONDBJiTB.) ,.,- '!:?'' :' VICTOiiili .?;!?= '-.I . ; . . ? ? ? ,; :-..-..? Memjoubne,1 Aprfl 13. ,, Johnston, tlio -pbriiotratqr of ''ttieyrcccnt tragoly at Bnllarat, who vmk sentcnccl to 1 death on Sntunlny.nppcara juiconcerned nt his fates / }? t ?.:: ,Jj ? s t1?0?'.?? .'jo --Iclci!atci),pf, IhoiBoutlieni colonies lo tlio convention, which concluded its BltUiigii WTiiuriuiy''lMt, reachc.1 Jlcl bouniuou Satunlny, and proceeded to tlieir yarions colonies tOKlay. , 1 ? ,...il'. j 1 '.'.- '.-i '-,....:---'.i; .;. April U. flio Seventh Intercolonial ? Tradcsl'Vind Labour Congress opens on the '22nd Al'ril, nt Bnllarnt.; It will ? bo ? nttcn'dcd'by iuilon delegates from nil parts of Australia. . Mr. Munro, the Premier, was intcrvhnyed thlB monjlnK rcganlfng tlip, Yictarlnn loan of ^.'t.OOO.OOO. 'Ho'snld abnlancoof £1,000,000 wouM.lj(i,hcUl over until the market become more favourable.''' ??*--?»?-' ? Tho inquest...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

OABIE'GllXMS.^ BRITISH APpEIGN, flli- HtJiiitAniKE OAnr.K.l ; LONDON, Afntr, 11. ' The lhilgarlnn ddrci'ilincnt hns nddrcsscil n dluloiyattc nnlu to tho Government at gt, Fctorshuig on tlio subject of tho rccont niimlcrof H. lleltlehlelT, nnd other nMaHsl. nations of Uiilgarlnn Ministers. Tho note Mates that tbo complicity of ltusslnn ofllclnls has hcoii' provocl In tlicso murders, nml It dcmhndi that steps ho taken to pui.ilsh them for'lhelr~crlnies ngalnst tho llulgnrlnn Go vernment. . , , . -i In 'consequence of tli6' strong comments in tlip |iro« ntul the public feeling crcntcd by ilio recciitcnnlicanilnrinwiilch H.ll.H. tho 1'rindo bf iVnlcsy Blr'Gohlou Cunmilng, and several imminent members of Ilia aristocracy ,wcro iiupllcaial, tho police. tijithorltles hnvo beoViJ^orilored^to- suppress tho numerous fnslildimulo gnm1)llng'club» In Iiondon. Lnit night an- organised mid was mado by tho jletc6tlvo8, and 40 persons, found ongnged in ?gamh'liSg, nniiin'B^licm ^iicl'ng sq^iiiil mon...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

SOUTH .IIJSIIULU. 'ol'n .;-„?„ .AptAIDE, April H.' , blr George Ordy nrrivKt tills moralug, and '?? T w«l™med by „ ]arge ^crbwd at tho rail ^iy station. ; LTho premier. of WcaV'Australl'a ivas also welcomed.- 1;''';i- ;' ?'?'

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

XEW SttFfH WAlESf ' ? ' SvnWK-r. a«wii ij ' A serious split has occurred in the Cnh'lncL .It is gonomlly understood that it la over tho' Wmtionqjostlo4^A-rtfcrclatlTe to the ppllt'in tho dabinot hn«W written by air , P^HLSrai^-ln-.whicnlluiiytiraui'uay.V. lioseil tho Promloc's. proposals nt yc«tcniny nftornopn's Cabinet to makenhdlFcdewllW J'08'0' ' 'C8t.0I1B a--. ^general election. ttr.iJPMIIta,: also/oppoi'd'thi-' prb^owl. '? Doth McBrs.M'jnllniian.1 Smlth.wcrVnb- ', ?nit from tho adjourned Cabinet )n-!ctliig'{o. .'

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[?] General Information. POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

.^,..Kii»('Cioiiiiial;ilHl«rniiitioii, NiiWpl'jSyHBH^rTnsninnlnnnowsiinporsV frccrwItjIllrtUhOibblnny, or to nny Australian colony ami Nmv, flcnlnnd, if posttld within sov$fjMa,V».\irttoV1.. publication 1 ovor seven ,,„, , _,diivs,Jui|£.piai|iy»eacli# ,, Tasmanian news ?Y TlAil'iUiKiriilfor^iilicft 'ontJlilo tho colonies, hnlf penny each ; re-posted intercolonial or foreign newspapers, half-penny each ; bulk . parcels of newspapers posted by nny publisher or newsveuilor, ./I per lu. . -.?..???? I'OHTAin; l-icics. — Letters nnd packets must boprepnid by stamps \ those to bu left , . : till called for, or for delivery within the snme town, must bear a iienny stump for every half-ounce j Inland nnd Intercolonial letters, ,/2foruvery half-ounce; letters for United Kingdom, for every half-ounce,. /2{ by nny ? ' ' routo j packets ocontnlnlng gold, ./l! pur eiince. Ilo-dlraclcil Correspondence.— Inland loiter, ,/2 each 1 Intercolonial letters ./a per hnlf ounce. Paokaoe Postaqk.— Ono penny...

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ACKERMAN'S EXHIBITION, Temple of Health and Longevity. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

^ckepIn's exhibition,' TVIII])IU 4)1' llfttltll tUKl o Loiijiuvity. Thoso who want n homo of rest mid quiet, a homo In which they euii foul nt home, live long and bo happy, enjoy n porpetiinl feast, nmi breathe nu ntniosiihei-e of delight in ueconlnuce with thu dictates of reason. It has accommodation for ono or two only, with conditions of health not to bo found lu this or nny other colony. ' Of course thu charge will bo higher than nny other establishment, as it has bathn of every description, Including Dr. Dnbbott's coloured sun bnth, 1 '-ln. silver rullcotors, which will give n person us much sun power In 20 minutes ns call be hnd lu many hours In tho sun alone. Sweating Is n condition of health. Wo rend—' In tho sweat of thy face shall thou cat bread,' which has a meaning. This bath makes old pcoplo young 1 It gives almost liorfcct immunity from disease, ns David's harp kept evil spirits away, so this bathwlll keep disease nwny. It has also bath chairs, velocipedes, bicycles, a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 15 April 1891

Oiuuket.— A general meeting of members of thu Haul h llurnlu OilclciH, Club was held at ,1. Wlwmun'n Cmnnicrrlnl Hotel on Hnturdny night when theru was a good attendance. A balnucc shuet submitted was adopted. It showed that during thu time the club had been in existence tin) sum' of «fl had lieen pnld for tho line, of thu Uecren tion Ground, cricket material, etc., and tliero \v-\« a ludnnco In hand of £1(0/11. Considering thu short tlmo the club has been established the position of affairs is niost'sAtlsfactory. ? 1IU8IMBS8 ? Annoukoe'Mbnt, — ^Klsowhoro will be found an advertisement notifying that tlm business, lately enrrjed on by J,;0[ 'Harris and Co,', Wyiiynnii ns Btorokeepors, produce merohnuts, &o,,- has been taken ovor by Moisrs, K. 1). Atkinson nud Co, The latter firai jl'fuw; (iricoiiil nttoutlon to their largo Block of winter drapery and olothlng, grooory. Ironmongery, glassware, to., which' they nro soiling nt tlm lowest possible prices, The principal members o...

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