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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

;ANSVIWERS TO CORRESPONDENTSLY. "-Diidcles" and "A Marryingian. -Your !:letters are held over. Disgusted. "-The subject would be better, "treated under-a bona ?·i:.. Shovw your dis : paloalt by atttaching you rname and ad dtlress -

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 10 May 1884

Board and Resideine i a . SOARD -AND RESIDENCE, i6s. pr j) week. Bath, Washing, ?etc:S.. :Lmbert, Cowper Street, next to Chirchl of -England, Footscray. : Special Advertisezments - ROYAL HALL, BARKLY STREET. The above building is now vacant on any evening for Lectures, Tea Meetings, Bals, Socials, &c. The Lodge Room up stairs is also to be had at a very reasonable fgure; For further information apply to A. MARKS and Co.,' Royal Buildings, Barkly Street. - "'HAT THEAT PUBLIC -KNOW W\Vhere the? BEST VALUE In Drapery, Mi . llinery, :,a.a IS 'SUPPLIED S Is clearly shown by the IMMENSD E .TR.A D King, Harcoturt AND Williams; The \WholesalhoRetail Drapers - ERROL STREET, NoRTII MEL.OURNE, And:' - CHAPEL STREET, PRARAIN.t. ".: Country orders receive special attention. IL DESPERANDUM BAKERY, PURE HOME MADE BREAD,. WM. , GULLOCK Begs' to announce that he has started a ' BAKERY in. BARKLY STREET, ` Next E.' Gullock,, Plumber, And ho~es by strict attention to business to merit a fair s...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

O ..OCidge 'FiFtfuies.l/ARt I.1 CRo l'N oP.SUCCESS LOiiDiET G.U.O.O.s. Monday~ 'bay 19th, it tel gavia Htel G G, F. Sutherland;,' Secretary, L?ds street Loy 1 [FooTscRAyl LODGE, 1 U..,O.O.F. N . 563r. - Munday,~,l9thr-May, .at, Lridge Room,,Royal Hfallat 8 p.m.. DA, or fIorrL-N ooo?,E ILO.G.T.,-No- 253; M-ti'6lnihfo-dAy .eninigfin theSMethi6: di Free Church, .A6'ideoz~-stVZYarraville. LoYthALJVAkItiLL LotaN?) N . y3, I:OO..FY - -IMeets on We'dii'nlta.ji rst -'Myiat U i.F. Chirich .,Anderd?dir sTrte. J?,lliie B ter, Secrdry, Casitlemaine stieet*Y a LOV i. _U 1CKINdlfAM TOtW . IO.O.F.. S7.5, lursday,, May 22nd, R~oyatl TIt at 1-8_. m -i' A'! TuiT? ?~ Slei, Erroltr?Wet! ND PENDENT' FORDER,' 0 ?,CAltlI'ESi Hikir'M ateeie ,Wesl.ya , School-room", 'Hyde? atiret, ev'er seonril" and" foutr (h' esda "tmithe ii?ontli R jP earce,.secrietary. ' .. F . r t. - Couler Ris?t?c.? S've -AtO.F ? Mdn 5hay '26th Ivy D.oo .-Ua.A.A OD. No. . ~_ M onday,. May 26th, Exchangel c totel r at 8qp.m.- JJ Ed. Mfg...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cullings. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

. ,* .- -.- -^-C1^11®1':''' -Th ghnost in.Hamlet was a waiter, r he 'said-? Remember me." . . :If.a man is neverscolded by his wife yot may be perfectly sure'thatfhe is dead. .Greal men too often have greater faults! than little men can find room for.-Lander. i .Everybody is willing to take religion when .e-has got out of the world all'it can giv himfi-.: t .. .--. .V -He bebmeth 6poor that deaTethwith a slaclohand, Lbut-tlhe hand of" the diligent maketh:rich.- - Wofi- gooduwimerh. outsould aays -li eptmshut..iWinien are seluom Ni 'herriadcis-kiss are they really doing to rach'lther iwhat'. they! would'liat men should doitooilieniim ; ; i . i^ . It iw e aow geerally allowd .t hto ne never rctliy findsi nia ouit unil, oneo I s'wthe hours h carin.be founi'in.i '" ';^ iJi'^9! ,-Sicadal is'.lwhat tone-half-be world takes illesire in "inventing, and tllic uier half Elqual Thereisa orld ofwm n the saying, ' t;ie r y1nmother-in:law ,o come?'nd stay wilthyou, buiti ot all 'th.lime.'. l;j - ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

B LGRAVIA.,. -LADIES' ;:SCHOOL, i CHAnLS STREET. - Mas. AND TsH MISSEs DIXON Are prepared, to receive Pupils'at the above Address. " Second quarter commeno d 'onthe 16th: April.! :'rernis on application. SMusic Lessons given. O1OTSCRAY SCHOOL. OE.~ARTS S ' AND DESIGN,'-. : , New Quarter "commenced. on April 4th. Subscriptions as 6d. pr quarter. Classes meet every Friday 7.30 p.m:,.? Drawing taught in allitasbranhes. ? ?. Ladles classes separate. R. Bennet, Secretary. THE FOOTSCRAY MECHANICS' . STITUTE AND FREE READING ROOM AND LIBRARY. MEsnER's SUBscaIlTIro--ss 6d t QUARTER Open every,. evening 'from- 7,. till 1o. Daily, Weekly, and Illustrated .Papers 'Sciii oific Journals, and, Magarines O'i"the Tables The lending library contains /o bl voliisi? School of Design everFdy ' WV: H hIMEATHCOTE,?¶2.,? " (Organist at St:John's Church; Footcray)i; ' . -.TEACHER of i ' .PIANOFORTE AND CABINET ORGAN: Town address"- Beaufort House, Draim. mond-stieet North Carltori. SLocal address-MAr 'J.. ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1884. Australia and her Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

' ONWARD AND UPWARD." IOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY,ATURD MAY 17, 1884. A. ustralia and her Visdtor?'.:IýI As a rule, travellers, whether bent on pleasure or following out their business, on isitingi Australia,' and particularly our, own colony, have gone away pleased with their ?,recelption, astoniislied at our1 resources,'? expressing.. adiiiiration: for our enterprising spirit, and in every way well satisfied witli their visit. Even professionala: men, who have :for. any. lengthened period been resident amongst :us, generally leave. our midst .withi regret,.and:are almost.invariatly found to( be tsupporters - of; jVictorian, interests through the rest of their hlivis, wherever 'theirflot may be cast. Such has bieeni the experience of most visiting actors,' lecturers, and, even of vice regal :parties who have spent any time ii the beautiful land of thiie Sunny South: And so wheni any man of distiueioii; after a: short stay with us proves an exception' to this rule aind'. expresses general d...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOST & WON. A STORY OF A SISTER'S LOVE. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

A STO:?? RYOFAA SISTER'S LOVE. I : B, r J.M. B. 'i. : CHAPTER XVI Within a day or two of their airial in Bendigos there was a rush made to some newi grouid that had jut been discovered and pros pected;'and away with. the-crowd ran~the' mates. The cry had been heard, "Rush Oh I" and !it was swelled by hundreds of voices, gaining volume as it swept along. - Men leaped ott of the shafts, or left the tub and cradle, and hastily shouldering a pick and shovel, hurried away in the ever gathering mass. Arrived at the new location, each: man strove to be before the others in marking out a claim as near to the prospectors as could be, and as the claims were twelve feet by twenty-four for two men, the ground would soon be taken 'up for a few miles, and a forest of pegs indicate each man's claim. Those who were fortunate enough to get near to where the gold had been struck; generally commenced to sink at once, while those at a greater distance waited; or 'as the term was "shepherded." their cla...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Free Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

'. " ^ Free Trad. , :. IF our working classes had any doubt of the wisdom'of, our policy of protec tioni ard no State Immigration, thly mnay take the lesson toheart thathas been taught us by the colo nies on either side, where'te cry 'of thie' unIemployed has been heard in full force, and where theworkmen brought out from the old country.at the cost of thecolonial tax payershave becormea greater burden on the very people whose labor' they: ere imported to competel.:with.',." A ,ismall .host df eighty men, found sleeping ini the Domain, :at Sydney, and about two' thousand . unemployed clamonng ofor work 'aid I bread '.at' lihe hands of ;th Government,iwhich paid: for their pass ages, and' has no'work foirthem, n6r shelter, to go 'to when" thely 'land," is surely a mitost sorry"co-mment upon-the doctrines of. Free ?'Trade;, and State Immiigratipon. Some wise-acres suggestý that our cblony shouild'have the'benefit of thiesurpluis ipopulation, rid nohdbubt .we will get them in time, for...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Letters to Eminent Men. TO DONALD DINNIE,— [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

Lettirs to Emintent Men.' ~l.To DONALD DINNIE, Man, Donal' Iye maun beunco proud o'j yer prowess wheii ye pitorin that jacket o' yours /wi'a'.the medals plaistered ower the breast ot, just for a' the world like ane o'the prize Clydesdale stallions at a hbrseicouping fair.: .;Ifiye wii many aliirý,ye'll; hae to hing thlem oni yer daidly an kilts as weel fb'ye hae nay mair roomifor them.: iHech, man Dboiial but I was a .bit proud mysel, for Iy -inttr's .sake wh"en I 'aw you lifting) up kthat body; Mille'r"an' hauding him ,aboon: yer head .int the iwarstlin' match, just the same as Thing-, amynin the Classics did wi' Autnteeous, whaes imitheri wasi the yird. Losh, it lodked quee? tae see the Miller body chifttering intthe air an' wiggle-wigglin' like a deed;lamb's tail. i Faith, he' was` nfa! muckle. in;. yer hands" aliho'. lie chaffeit isir aniid ,wadniagie in'.till his leg biane chappit in twa.s It "as a mercy it;.was na .his?:ii?clk, forbye his back; for- ma certy !: if he had keepi...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

ir t oirTs.- M. H Gamier of "Footsciay, the veteran quoit player, has issued a 'challenge to play: Donald Dinnie 'a game 'oi quoits for a trophy ialued at "£25. " it MIcAN'ircs- A meeting of subscribers to the-Footscira Mechaiics' Institute lwill"be held'on' Tiuesday evienrig t6 elecit a Tireasiiri Y in the place of Mr. Deakin who has resigned. n .We undersiand 'that'i Mr.' Slade'will be a candidate for the position ' " h A'? ERLRoR In our last'report"of the g Council pio eedinigs, 'inerror crept in. The numbier of' yadds of metalling done' in each e ward being given as pounds It should have read North Ward, 86r yirds, Middle Ward, 922 yards, Soiith Wald, 657 yards. n CoLNs CONCERT Tickets are oiow out for:theComplimintary* Coicert toe' it'en in the Royal Hall on' Jne 9thi, tio Mei. .Collins who has on many occasions sang at eitertain: ir ments got up in the; Boroughl for ;charitable S purposes. c TEAilNG GRAhNYl The Colonials in their openingmigatch againsta teami chosen by Lord Sh...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

"Look out own there, for io? abou, tto shoot -.The Council of Defence seem. to" favor scarler ?s beinng the color fort the uniforms of theengineerianld -infantry corpgs..,? Three ,,excellent. reasons ,are assigned by someipeoplefor the:choice. First-To' give',thei enemy; ifthey should ever meet theni?a fair clhance at the brilliant color that can be.seen a couple? of miles away. Secondly That the singuinary stain should not be apparent should-aniy -, of our gallant' defenders:'noses bleed."'::: 'Finally-To prevent idleness amongst the soldiers, as it will occupy all their spare time to keep. their, coat. clean. -.. If these reasons are niot.sufficient I have several others equallya's -good . 9 - I'hree thousand young shirks, weigh* ing tw nd andia hialf tons have', been caught in.one haul of the, nets in'Conri Bay, and a little while ago one of: four feet leingtli ,as safely delivered by the Cmesarian -operation'- of :tenty-eight young ones after-capture.?: Shakespeare says, ,There ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

l.j V ' Ai1, 7 T S News in Brief. 'a Prliaomcnt il assemble on June oth. , A( mteetihgi of directors of ;the Footscray Building Society-will be held'orn 'Thursday -vening. ," 1H A - - . 'the nmntch committee of the- Footc r. Football 'Club will .meet on; Monday evening at the. IZindel?denti office, at half-past seven. :-At the Blue Ribbon Gospel Mission this evening Mr. John ..Vale will, addressthe. meetiug, and a godd/house may be expected.' 'On and after 31st May, gentlemen will be adiitted-as members of the'Footscray Rowing Clib at an;entrance feeof 2s6d. SA carter-in the-employ.of,'..t.Hasris, a quarryman of Footscray, was fined 2os. at the City Police Court on Tuesday,. for-cruelly. illtreating a horse. *It is said "that a Scotch-clergymn. was once reproached for yawning, visibly, in the middle of his own sermoiq, ad 'replied thit he could notfhIplith s it taslss dall. ,'j' " The competition for the trophy prjsented by 'M.' Emery, to'th:e!Footseciay 'Rowiing Club will be c'mmne...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The "Demon." [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

The Dlemon." The result ofbthematch'ifor, the- amateur championship of Australia and a'C5o trophy is alreadygtwell known, having: been"posted at this office shortly afteir the finish, bbht'as'the particulars will-no doubt interest-many we give the ,following, :from the 5Sydneyi "Daily "The race was verylate in starting,and it was not until a quarter to;five o'clock that Mr. Brett made hsappearapearance.OHe was in..good condition, being twelve stone;, and rowed, in a new boat built" by'Ddoinelly aid'Stilliii, in fact sheltwas.so, new, that.llfi. ;retthad:his first spin in heron Friday eveing .,? " The bt a creit to hi builders and the colony?;ind i' certainly'oie'of' the hnidsomnest, looking..,wager :boats,.that has Lever sat on our waters. Mr. Wood soon followed his, foeman to the starting poini',io iiig'in~i Siwaddle ?iid "Winship -boat, -built for the occasion by Mr. \Valker...tie, looked !strong andwell,.scaling, . ost. i2lb. "The starit "?as by imutial consiit, and, after a coup...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

Oorrespondence. Whilst inviting communicotionos and free di?cssinon on all questions of public interest or utility the proprie tory will neither identify nor hold themselve responsible for the, opinions exprressed., The bona dee address of the writer mustt he sent with eoch letter .o s gguarantee of good faith; but the editor ill'ueercise the right of striking outany objection. able or persontd reoerences foreign to the quesrtion at issue.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

`.i ROUND THE WORLD'. " U,,pon my return from Pompeii, a guide met me ait.the: hoitel i awi be.ni. L io face ann-con. fdent mannar. - leL told ,niehe hal .?a gri? t treat ifor e, if I..;woulddiomae withi';hiii ihat nigtt m nwonderedwhat iheiccatwas Iwsi hat 'reat, silhtI hid.not liietrd'of, and sotlil pro 1bally hgase niisSl seeing, hu t four thiis kindI phiaidirophist?. ileie'ermed' confident that itt 'i ldh?-vi geat fascination for me anl lati iiwsold ia proposal j.I"'niqirel sees h$ai liF Niipe ihe poor are bured es; thisay. Tier friend-' or tie GT vcrnmen5 place 'then on shievesa in a.ort oh morguier nd atriight, all ard'l towtn initdone big pit, dug fo? 'their reception. The treat he hit for me, was to hsli inec these corpise besing 'taken from6i' their shel}civs an hiihwni like beasts into:th!e pit foii that d-. He aid:ilhif'it ais rither a' daigero^~ s place buhtI mightifut every.c;onfi deicc'inhin fi foi he hid.trevolveii?id antieiv hwr touse them, Icoild n6t ef the pleasant...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

r.., tINBURANCE. 1TICTORIA INSU RANCE :COMPANY, V ,Mir fl.,LIMITED. v ,stCAPITAL: £r,ooo0,o0: 0 Clir iman, Hon. HENRY MILLER?:: FIREMARINE; LIFE, and GUARANTEE '-: ? -JOSEPH COLLIE, S 'ccrex: : '±2 Maket s.frieet, Mae'is e t ''' ' s1i , iPrincipal: Offices r 84 anck86 Collins;streetwest,Mtelboumrne . FIRE,d1 c.ARINEi 1 .IDELITY,.:AND . GUARA.TEEr.rNSURANCES ACCEIPTED; AT LowEsTr I?uItREN1,RATESO, O PREMItUMt,. ,rsbp;r. 1 WU .LJACK Sccretary; u? Pros? ctuses, [torns? Of proposal, and1 other in orf ation.to t e obtaiooed from0 l ,, '! Agentfor FootsypdlWliamstown-. H'T'IIEICOLONIALU MUTUAL *LIFEt 1T ASSU1RANCI SO.CIETY, L e IiIIT? S,: . OFFICESIN ALL: RTITi .CO I ?ox ? The Re,. H6lw K7ine MA, t Bnthson Chairman\t -'The Hon. F: E. n ,LC.,tr i, Mlbo -.. 7Ppuy7ý rm0 .eYtn L.7 "JIl 17i i:-1 S 'F';:1i " Gesotgo ;th .rrn M iWe?o e. .. . 1aTne 7'7 f;;vo ým r ttnr rUii C t 1 'Th oqomo Mornii F.S SL,,1anng DoIto '. - eLog'2n e;s, "? ; ? .: i--=ts" º 777': SIECIAL FEATUL·: · :':S. t ,f.ri rl Pc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

THIS DAY. SATURDAY, MAY 17. .. Herses, Spring Cart, Fowlr, Tools, Etc. JT M. BARR will sell at Three o'clock on the premises, Albert Road, Upper Fontscray, Horses, Spring Cart, Harness, Pigs, Carpenters' and other Tools, Poultry and a variety of sundry articles. Board and Residence. DOARD AND RESIDENCE, 16s. per B week. ,..Bath,...Washing,..c tc-.S.. Lambert, Cowper Street, next to Church of England, Footscray:;"r.. .-. ," - 8e"-ciSdalf .df?--disiit,~i '-?. ... ? UTCiH R-Y '--I U SIN ES S. MR. GREENHIAM' begs to notify tiht he has'opened a BRANCII SIIOi' in Austin Street, .Belgra ia, .. and ; trusts:o tb, receive. a continuance of.the support which the Public have hitherto ?nird?l' him. ; ,' . ?"?, - Note the Address.--AUSTIN i ST.BEET. H 'OYAL L, BARKLY STREET. The above building, is now'vac nt on any evening forl Lecturesi Tea .Meetings, lBalsi Socals, &c. The Lodge Room up stairs is also to? _rhe d .tata'veylrjeasonableejlguret For further information apply to'A MA.RK'S a...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Football. ALBERTS v. CLARENCE (2nd.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

Football.'` AcIBAERTS ti CLAREiSCdEt (2nd). This match tdook.'plici "'o! i 'Saitiday,?;nid after a'w.ellcontested.game. resulted-in a-win for the Alberts, who kicked' goatl i behinds to 8 behinds. Junner?.M'Ms1 ter, Dawson, and .Combeo. played in good form for the Alberts, .Boyd, tComben, and. AMDonaldiof. the Foots&r"; ivho were plalfig as substitutes for the Clarence played' in, good form, and it was evident had it not been for the three, last mentioned. ply"rsthe'e tAlierts-:w?ld have obtainedc£a?iar, esise rictory than thytl 'did. Mr. Findly iacted ?r!the'capakitt ofumpire lii' a very'satisfactory?f manner:?r. ,'4 :s: , t ..... ROSE Op FooTsciAYVI HOTIIA.?inALBION. This. match was played 'at 'Fooscaiii last Saturday and resulted in a vicito f:l'dftli Rosei by 2 goals and' 12; behinds`,to '?s'goal : and 4 behinds."The 'successful gial ,kickers were M'Pheeaiid - Sclioinan:forr the :Rose;' and` O'Brien for the Albion. : '.:: :!;

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Footscray Board of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

i'3 .?:,- = . . .. ootacray.6 Boad of Advice._ A fallmeettng of the above beard was held o. n Tuedayieveninglast; Mr. Harris presiding. i.The correspondent read a letter from -the Secrctary of Education relative to the dispute between the-joaurd and the head teacher of school I t2, whichlstited "that'in the oplnion of the DeipartiesttheiBouirt'were quite justi' fled intheaction they took,'aiid' were :accor dinglysuppdrted theiein.by Mr. 'M'Lean being desired to cotmp1. withltheir wishes." It was' lesolved "That in relation tdthe disagreement' between the Biardi and Mr. ' iLean;' relative t.t his refitsiig to riely to thir icoinmuiicationit having reference to his. alleged reading of certain tletters" to the children attending- his school, it is, unanimously decided to take no further actioni?inthe niutt?r.for' the'folloving reason :-That -as both'the Minister of Public Instructif" :aind "thie'Secretahry of" Edication Shave heartily approved of the':action of the Board id 'ii'n adTri...

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CHALLENGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 17 May 1884

CHALLENGE. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIlE INDEPENDENT. . Sin,-At the Council Meeting held Foots Cray, 7th inst., Councillor Truman threwout the following challenge which I accept:-" That' he will resign his seat, and contest it again with " an?y gentleman who dares to oppose him. That he will put down a sum of money to be woTn by the result and the losing party to pay all expenses." Councillor Truman may name the amount of the sum, to be deposited, pro. vided it is not less than £zoo pounds, the money after deducting all expenses tobe handed over to some charitable institution to be deter. mined, upon. Man and. money. ready at any tinme. i J. FALKINGHAM, South Ward.' '

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