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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

GIOULBURN ?& QUEANBEYAN Eventng 'Penny Post [PRiNTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON lIt has the largest ciroulation of any paper south of-Sydnoy, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION: I2s. jper Asnnum, or 3e. p~er Quarster 51 Asavaneece. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papet must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, Scptembhr, and December, is: writing, or will be held respoonsible for the amount of their subsoription. JOB PRI5"'NG : The Evuening Penny Post ,ream Maohins Printinm Office is the CHEAPEST OFFICE OUT OF SYDNEY-;,· Job Printing. ' : i-:::: Orders executed at the shortest notice' :: .i. ,Agets . ::,. Queanbeyan..·. ....... E. P. Longh? :! Canberra ... , Bsoth ] Gundaroo . . ,,.:;,H; J.M Griath Gininderra .. ........G. Gillesieg Gunning....... .W .; t.AHLine Dalton ... ..,.....,. ;;;.. :J.tWheatley .... Bungendire ...J;....;:.a;n'Ji M eodJiiett :;' Hskingtowvn.. .E. Walsh &am...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

MESSRS. I(ingsla'd and - ,d lone; in rder to retnedy an inconvenience, the public have been put'to i' lti'-iveling tio and froi: Briid w"vodo,,have announced in our advertising columnsbthelr, i.tention, o .unning a. day coachl .to and from Braidwood, and sil tdo the through.!j journey .in- eight. hours. ,'r !he :iiiil coach is to run as usual?., The faire has beer fixedliattio?.?achiway. i o .yfit ; . THE first. number"of the Bathurst D;aily Times is to haind. We fiind it to contain a lot ofisound useful inform-ation:.,and mniust' co?gratuiate the propriietors onritheirventure;! ,which ..frid·.ithel (iTiiportaince of the district should, we- thinkiresult in success :-and is sued at twopence:.per? copyf it:l should come within the reaclih of -ll classes of readers. . A soN Of .Mrs iFallol;r~lif the i~stralian Arms, died' onStunday fromiinflaimaiition of the lungs;'the result.of inc'aitiously exposink himiself to the coldatir, shoit timie ago.. His fuineraltook placerie'ysterday, anid...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

TelegraphBic Intelligence. [FRIOa OUR CORRESPONDEN'IS.1 SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE Ministerial dinner yesternight was largely attended. About 30 members of the Legis~ lative Coiuncil, and 70 members of the Legis lative Assembly were.present, besides a num-. of private gentlemen. A rn-fin nramed Williriii "Me Mc'alboli was killed in a quliirry,; t Lanie Cov~e, yesterday, by a' large block of stone falling.on his head. The weather cbntiiiues beiautiful. Af the Hbmebush stock sales yesterday, I180 cattle were yarded ; Prices are without material 'alteration; Best beef brouight i2S.: 6d. per cwt. Sheep o,0o00 .were penned. The market \vas brisk for beSt description, which reaclied i2s:: 6d. .' Yesterday's wool sales'were very dull; the bulk of the catalogue were vithdrawvn, and no transactions of any importance are re ported. ": Iniportaint dispatches friom n:the Secretary of State for the dolonies are published in the Hobart :TCowivn Mercuir,y in regard to the recent conference held ini Sydn...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

,'"Bless lier"!' iihirur--i the deligihted wo man to herself. ,, I knew vit w ldtak k tiith'ghgliet hdr'hii, band who as. the .valorous, knight,, was kiieling e?i'e hr1in is;ysiaed.dress, rea t chang.et. harlequin at the touch*..of her wand; ,ten-bob'tmore, at least t wi...ihe This wai:i ialutsi to }lle salary/w'hmh expected to draw fin~r [ srevdicres of his e wire was l:oosened from the ' waist of the floating sprite, who, descendig toearth, danced a pas seul.;i.At ev.erysteprher, hali floated like a cl;ud ogofglidover her shoulders. At its terminia'tion there was a freshlburst. of applaisl seI6accomnpafied by 'crifs df' Brao-l' and several sixpences a rid' ~iilihgffi'ii . a party of :ilo in the pit threw u?up- the sthe. 'At the end of t hem ta ilm'fiiijC{feich was announced for repetition. every night until further notice, by thle gratified Alfred Bounce, all I was-,.congratulation- the clown, wvho, ove~co~5!eby'?liis-exertions, l 1aypanting-oi the stage, shooik hands .with li.the...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

BREVITIES: PARIArmIT meets to-day.. ..i The Snall Debts Court was held this morn. ing; whenlseveral defended.cases were heard; The President. bf' th7 Uhited States ains been d?iger6idisly woundedlby an, assassin. dolomoni beat J, C. Laycck (a brdther of Eli tsayooi~ in a sctilling match on Saturff day iast. Prayers have been 'iffered p iii the Aiime ricanicltirche's for lthe recoveiy otf President, Garield. 0: T"he steamer. Ocean :has beenireleased from quarantiffe add has proceeded to ide lbourne with lier shipment df Chi{nese . 27,332 tons of doal was exipoted last.week 'from Nw;i'cstle;'i 1 ; : .. . The reefs ,atMiajor s .Creek are looking very well just now.:g. . The aldermeni at Yass don't roll up v"ery wvell at the meetings; the :last meeting lapsedd foi wanat: of -a quorumi: . . ; ' I i,; .i-,,!, The Bathurst Times is now issued as a: daily journal. • The iweather-stil keeps fine, with frosty nights; . The Schoolbf ArtsC oomia, was opened ws gre-it ceremony on ednesday last, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

THE farming community, now that the crops of cereals are planted, liave time to give.at tention to orchard planting, and to arbour culture generally; hnd in order to assist them to attain success in their labours, we will first give the names of trees that are useful and ornamental, and will thrive. in medium soil, and prove advantageous for shelter purposes, and after describe the mode to be. adopted in planting--for .a group pr avenue. The following can be recommerided as the be'st kindi';- Pinus insigius, Pinus" Pinea,. Pinus Laricio, Pinus Poindorosa, Pinus Sabiniana, and Pinus Longifolia, each of which are suited foriany of the:districts -within-a radius of ~ighly iiiiles :of Goulburni ; For variety of folig?e? :"W rdcommerid the :Cedus deodaradl cedrlis atlantica, Picea Nordmaniana, Piceh Douglasii, ,Auracaria imbricata, Araucairih, Bidwillii, atrd auracarik Cookii. ::The .five latter. are:slow g'growing trees but are of. a grand 'iabit, .Interspersed rwith tlie-aibove should ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

S . 19 o ~ke. A LL p s OWING M ET to AY MORF, (late of Gouhllu), -ereq ed to PBAY ,T SAlE at ONC?E~ o M I-ITE· HEA Dhose receipt will be aflicient. (Signed) W. HAYMORE. For Sa e or ease, THE PREMISES w oeupied by Mr. R. Sherriff, situated it Y S-STREET, GUN NING, comprising 4.Ro n Cottage, Kitchen, Butcher's Shop, Stable, d ther Outhouses, with garden at rear. For p. ticors apply to VW.\R. REYNOLDS. VOSPER . AVG LOVED to Sloane..trFet,Xe3 _E o._ a I Hotel, contig tos'elC cLi I213pLS OR THE N AND SINGING. VACANCIES ErW RESPECTABLE B9RJ~EI J/nt Kro Railway Hotel, Aoane.?teet, T moderate. Mls. J. W,?'ODWXRD. Furnished Apartments To Let, ALsO VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS. TERMS MODERATE. CLIVE HOUS Sloane -street, Go bui (Late Cashel Ho e.) Mas. BUTLER, having eigaged a DRESS MAKER from Sydney, is preplared to EXECUTE ORDERS on the shortest notice, and moset reason able terms. R ELTEF to be had Dn. CB ROLL'S New Dispensary, Aub ?n.street, oulburn. EACH BOTTLE, 2s A qu ified Dispenser employed...

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CROOKWELL AND GOULBURN TRAMWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

R1OOIKWELL AND rGOULBIRlN TRAIMWAY tIMEETIN . TiE largest and by far the most repiesentive m.eeting yet~ lield in favoir of the abpve,- wias held in the Temperatice Hallhere, on Satur day afternoon. "It was plain to be 'seen from the numbers of people coiniig:iiito towvn about midday oii Saturday that something unisual ,was about to take place By' half-past two ouir hall was pretty comfortably filled, when on the motion of Mr. G. D. Hay J.P, sec onded by Mr. Worralll, Mr VW. T. Gunn J.P. ;vas" called to thechair. The: Chairmianvin taking liis place was received 'witha,,,iearty applause: :-The Chaiiman r;ad the? advertise ment calling the m'eetingaind alsoreid'letters of apodlogy fbroi tlhe Revs.. H:Dufil;ljp and Father Bourke. The Chaiiriian .said he had received s 'note from 'Mr.i' McAlister regret ting his inability to be preserit on that occa sion, ·; : ·:· ;'" .1'·:i-!-·. The following gentlemento t tb?? itet-r seats oni the platform :-P.. G. M?es Es? M?I A. T. Marsden Esq., G. ...

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PRESENTATION TO Mr. G. GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

ON Saturday evening last after the regular meeting fofi the?'Sth :of the S'outh' LIodge, G.UO: Oddfellows,a ': purse of ,sovereigns and an address' was presented to Mr. George Gray ?1i'o h'iid been one of 'thle :foiindieis of. the above brtanch, and h ad tatkon a'ivbely in terest in the lodge since its formation. : Bro. F. Dival!l, N.G., occupied the clhair, and referred t thle interest IMr. Giay had always .idisplayed, and expressed regret at at his.departure from Goulburn.' Bro. H. Wilson then read tlihe following addressi:. !'2 To Brother Geo Gray,;; PGMG. UO. Oddfellows: Dear Sir and BrothC;,-We, thb menimiors otthe above Order, desire to cantribute a small token of the high esteem in which you rie, earid have beeo, held by us prior to your departuroe from .this oity We can assuro youtia' the geoneral sorrow ex-. pressed at your contemplated removal from Goul. burn has not boon more dCleply felb than it is by. t;he members of your lodge, all of "whoin have had many occasions to ...

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THE MANCHESTER UNITY ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. (Abridged from the Burrangong Chronicle) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

THE MANCHESTER UNITY ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. (Abridged from the Burrangong Chronicle ) THE half-yearly Goulburn District meeting.of the order of Oddfellows, M.U, was hield at Young on Thursday last. There were present Prov. G.M. E. J .Fox, Prov. D. G.M. W. Wilkie, Prov. C.S. Chas. S. Fuller and the fol   'lowing Deputies :--Strngers' Frienid Lodge, Goulburn--P.PG.M. J. :Riclhardson, N.G. * James Lockard; Victoria Lbdge; Goulburn -P;P.G. George Giay aiid N'C. Jmes Watt; Prince of Wales' Friend Lodge, VYases P.. D. Webster,;, Burrangong Lodge - P.G.'s Spare i"ind NiCelseiise Sutheri Star ILodge, Wagga-. P.G.s Perriman ad Heydon ?,Mur rumburrahb -P.G. Thomns Maic Mahoni, Star of Peelwood Lodge-P.G. •W. S: Millard,;, 'SoutheiniCross Lodge, Marulan-P.N.G; W. R. Farow; Bonl of Friendshisp'Lodge Bur rowa-no deputy. ,: .'" :"' : ' The followirig business was transacted- Prpposedb)y P:P.PG.M. Griay, seconded by, P.P.G.M. Richards'on-. That. the balance sheet be received and adopted...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

Trevanian .' We must draw a veil over the agonises ofi the forlorn creature he had'left behind.:' Shie was assisted more' dead thiai ilifve'a-rn i 6ld cloak wrapped over. hier,spaingled fineiryto,a; hackney-coach; ..The -body, of' herihusband was placed:.besideru. ier.she. would, lnot separate froni his reniaini'sarid 'conveyed toi her solitary lodging,in Drury Lane. Onie:odf the actresses and' the ifrieiidly'cloin accomn panied hli2r'.-"' Signor Du Bast was buried in the church yard in the Waterloo Road. :TIhe manager! and most of the C?cm?an'yl6olloed him to hisi last:restiii ? jlace.: The formeir, to mark his indignatioi at the culpable carelsslessiss of ithe carpenters;, on (the; following.:Saturday fi?ed themintheiriweek's)salary? andi put the money in his own pocket.' A very :clever !'man 'was 'Alfred Boui?nce. SHe"could seizie an:occasibn, and make the' most of it as well as any manager in London. The fellow wiias eloquent, too, especially in the playbills; where, as thl; poo...

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LECTURE ON THE REFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

LECTURE ON THE REFORIIATION, ON Tuesday night the Goulburn Lecture-hall was filled with a mnst appreciative audience, to hear the re-delivery of the Rev. J. Studde' lecture on " Scenes of the Reformation in England." On the motion of Mr. Wombey, seconded by Mr. Grunsell, Mr. Waddell of Collector took the chair, and on doing so be remarked that he was right glad to see so excellent an audience. It was not only an evidence of the excellence of the lecture, but was a proof of its intrinsic value and of the high esteem in which the rev. lecturer was held by every class of persons in Goulburn. He would not detain the meeting, but introduce the lecturer. Mr. Studds then rose, amidst great applause, and said it was not his intention to give a consecutive history of the Reformation, but to direct attention 'to a few of the scenes which occurred during that period, and the principal actors; also he did not wish in doing so to stir up animosity, but to lead them to prize more highly the privi...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

[REuTER'S TrLEORAMIS. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. Mr. Bradlaugh notified to the speaker in the House of Commons, that it was his intention to renew the demand to be allowed to take the usual form of oath. The officers of the House were instructed to remove him from the' Chamber. The population of Bombay number, 75,000 persons. At the military review at Aldershot yester day, forty soldiers'. suffered from sunstroke, four cases proved fatal.

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THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND WORKING MEN'S LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

THE OBUROKH F. ENGLAND WOIRKING MEN'S LITERARY ASSOCIATION. Tie regular meeting of the above association was held in the room at the rear of the' pro Ca.hedral on Monday evening. The Rev. D'Arcy Irvine presided. The miniutes of the previous .meeting having been read and confirmed, Mr. F. C. Foxall was elected a member of the society. The Chairman stated that the members would have to consider the business left over from' the previous meeting, which was the resignation of Mr. Pinn as the.sub-editor of the society's journal. He hoped that Mr. Pinn would withdraw his resigna tion, and that he would continue to act 'in the office which lhe has so ably tilled in the past. The members being unanimous in the wish that, he would retain the position Mr. Pitim'stated that? seeming that the members had such canfidenc'ein him, he would withdraw his resignation.'- The; Sannouncement was received-witti applause. ' At this time there were about sixty : persons present, about one-third-of the numbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

HOUSEMAID -must be accusto ed to wait on able. Apply BRIDGE HBTEL. BVax tedn, A SOER YOUNG M N as STRIKEI. One th t can olenchup and finish p ferred. Apply by letter to W. EME TON, Blackseithand wheelwrigt, Harden. Wanted., A O D FEMALE COOK. Apply MRs. ST !P ENSON, Coach and Horses otel, Graftone-st WVanted, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, 12 or 15 BOYS for the CUTTING, FINISHIi or MAKING DaPARTMENT. C. GILLESPTE, Go rn. WVanted. A HOUSEMAID, Apply to M . EMANUEL, Lansdowne. WWanted, 1EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS a? ppren tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. 1 ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. WVanted, A MAN accustomed to farm wor S. EMANUL . I ated, A FEMALE COOl and GE ERAL SER VANT, Apply cs. LA°L', Criterion Hotel. Apprentices Wante F ROM 14 to 18, for the SADDLE, HA ifSS. L' and COLLAR MAKING. Bonuses iven as well as wages. Apply, G. E. A. KENNY, Saddler, Auburn-street. Wanted to Purchase, A FIRST-CLASS LIGHT SPRI tGj CART HORSE. Apply to H. C. PRATT, ubuin street. BOOT...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

BREVITIES, A MAN fell down in a f at court house this morning: 40 soldiers have been sin stiuck in England four ofi? hich died froim the effects.: The Chinese merchants of Sydney have decided to inform :the Government.of any cases, of small pox: that may ,come to :their knowledge. . £500 are, to be devoted for prizes at a day's racing, in honor of the princes,' by the A. "J. Club. I : A public meeting will be held at.;Taralga on Saturday, "6th July, to ?consider" the tramway question : - -'.A nian named Wilcox jumped' fiom the top of an oinnibtis of'' Tuesday, i `'Sdney and was severely injured.:- --- Another .case of small-pox was discovered on Tuesday: night at Druitt Town, twelve miles from'Sydney. The slfferer is. a China man,whbh.has been removed to the Qua?antinie Siation. . , Inquiries , for-house property appear to be on the increase in Wagga. . Madame Wallace, the lady who was burnt so severely at Wagga last iveek, is, we are glad-to state, recovering. Tenders are invited b...

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CABLE MESSAGES. WASHINGTON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

CABLE" MESSAGES. (From. Sydney' Daily Papers.' WASHINGTON,' July 3. THE latest bulletin issued by President Garfield's medical attendants is of a more favourable character than those previously published. The alarming symptons 'which were apparent last night, and which resulted from great loss of blood and shock to: the system, have now to a great extent subsided, and although not free'from .danger, the' cori dition of the President generally 'may be coni sidered to have somewhat improved. The bullet; which lodged'in the thigh and'thence penetrated to: the region of the liver, still remains embedded, and. the surgeoris have not yet been able to extract it.: Durig the past hours President Garfield has been able 'to obtain some rest and sleep, and is also able to take such nourishment as is requisite to maintain strength. Altogether the demean our of the patient is calm and cheerful, and the temperature of his body is normal. From further particulars which have trans pired regarding C...

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GUNNING. LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) LAND COURT. A COURT of erquiry was held on the 5th instant, before Mr. Commissiones King. Arthur Brown, 50 anores, parish Preston, selected 15th November, 1877. Inspector Cropper deposed : I visited selection on 18th June, 1880; found humpy of wretched description ; nothing in it but a few bage, no signs of traffic; selector's father lives 1 miles away. Selector deposed : I resided on selection within three months ; was there off and on during the whole time, except when away earning my living; I value improvements at £27 10s. To Mr. Cropper: The new hut was erected in August, 1880 ; will swear I slept in humpy 18 months and had fires there constantly; I could not stand upright in the humpy. John Telverton deposed : I know Brown's selec tion ; T stopped with him, off and on, for six months in the humpy; I was working three miles away and returned at night to the humpy. Samuel Furphy deposed : I have known selection during 13 months prior t, Novembe...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

P A RL-IA M E N TARY TUESDAY, JULY 5.. PARLIAMENT was opened, on Tuesday last with the customary formalities.: ,The ,following address ,was: read by 'his Excellency the' Governor : HoNonI?nLE. GENTLEMaeN OF '.THE LEGISLATIVE S COUNOIL, AND 'GENTLEMEN OF THEE LEGIS LATinVe ASSEMBLY, I am gratified in being enabled to call you to-. gether. sufficiontly .early to. iiffoid' time,. for the con?sideration of'the estimiates of expenditure;, and. for the tra?saction of the other importa'nti business to be, submitted, before. the close: 0of .the fihn?cial -, 2. Tho inflx. of Chinese ii large 'numlers has Iately, lrought prominently' under notice,: not oily the prinoiples which should regulate the, elements of our' populatiii-,- but the necessity for sevbrer precautions against the introduction of malignant diseases from Asiati countries. There can scarcely be a difference bf opinion that the. inimigration of many thousands of pe'rsons of.one EOx, and 'enter tainit?g v iewss on' religion,' ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

GOULBURN '& QUEANBEYAN.. :Veningq Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAMI] 'PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUB?CDRIPTION: 12lw. per An?numlll, or 3s. per Quarter ina Advanuce. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papes must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, in' writing, or Will be held responsible for the amoun' of their subcoription. JoB PRIN'NG : The Evening Penny Post cream Machine Printint Office is the.OIHEAPEST OFFICE OUT OF SYDNEY" Job Printing. , Orders executed at the shortest notice;, Ageints Q:ianubeyan;..................;. P. Longh Canberra .. ,...... E. Booth Gunlarno ....;.........H.J. Ma Grath Gisinderra ",.G. Gillespio GunningA;,......:, ,,.: .,.,:;;. A. H. Line Dalton. ?~. Wheatley Bungendore ;.; ..;..;J: Mo Jannett : Hkiugton ....;.E: Walsh &" R. Pollock Taralcai .......,.;...

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