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A PIGEON SHOOTING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

W APIOEONIStIOOTIND' 8TORY, A PiirtYL of tuttILo~II' onl~, thnu M~o uit'lghihiouurIlogl 1)1 towo 1, 111 'li'' honhiu "Yt i tl~lllll'l ii jyII woutulcifitl uhttl)t lii Ititil't hui'il Ilttlr, nrrl l~n o h ru)'uuuttty JII tuuuIII F hut tittuut'ht 10()I~ )11,( wirutut it~rrit Utti'huti't ty tui it to

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FURTHER PARTICULARS. BODY HANGING FOR SIX MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

FURTHIERI PARTICUL.ARS. BODY IHANGING FOt 81X MOL'GTrS. The remains of the young woman Burgi, whoi committed suicide at Gruyere sOute mnthils ago, were found last Sunday afiernioon by a residlent namtted Blaonvaskey. They were hang ing by n rope from a tree in a gully, u little oever a mile from her parents' residence, and between'two farmhoutes,. only a quarter of a mile distant from each. Almost daily this paddock is visited by some of the neighbours, who run their horses and cattle uu it, but the spot in which the botly was found was nut visible from. any part of the gully, unless a person went right through it Thh gully is very wet andt damtpduriug the winter, so that people rarely pass through it ; but on Sunday lest Mr. Shtloraskey happened to be walking there, when his attention was attracted by some ibones. lying usder a tree, which he thought were those of some animal, On looking up he was sur prised to see the rernn nlt of a bumean being htanging front the tree by a rope. ...

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A SHOCKING DISCOVERY. SUICIDE OF A WOMAN. LILYDALE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

A SHOOKINO DISCOVERY. SUICIDE OF A WOMAN.; LILYDAA E, Monday. The remains of the body of a human being wIere ouUd hanging frotI a tree in a paddook' at Gruyere, ashout six muilta fr?,u Lilydale, on Sunday. The body was bhnging front a ntee by a rope round the neck, the lower porlion hbing missRitg fruno thd bottotm of the ribs down. It is supposed that thl lower limbs were dtvoured by animals, end .by the appearance of the body, it hid been banging there several mloiths. On examiitiiug theloiten, the ll body was iltnttlfild as moat of Miss nEmily Ilurgi, 32 years of age, deughtor of Mr. John Burgi, stl., a very old and rosPegotdi resident of Grayese. The yoteug wsolana had been. misasing fromI her Ilmone siurme last O1iristmuae, Ibt as cite was in, the habit of going itnwy for it holiday for lengtIhy periods nothing sLerious was thought of her obsencoe. There Li no doubt but that the case is one of suicide. Sargeant SIhsehail lhad the romaunits brought to the Lilydsle police station...

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BUILDINGS WHICH LEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

BUILDINGS WHICH LEAN. The most noted leaning tower in the world is .undoubtedly the leaning tower of ]Pias, in Italy, but there are in this country two, if not imore, towtrs wl.ich quite equal, if they do not surpass, in crookedness that famous edifice. ,The tower of 'isa Is a round one, built in ear. coulr stegra, one above the other, the circum. 'feleoe of eaob gradually dimar.. lmbas as st uotouresuceds. The precise height d)'h. tower is 180ft., and the amount of "lens " it has from the perpendioular is 15tt. However, compared with the " Falling Tower " of Car-. philly Castle, in Wales, the Pisa Tower is only' a very indifferent second best. The eeleblated. Welsh tower is but 77ft. in height, or lose than half that of the Italian tower, yet its variation, from the perp~,nicul.r is no less than lift. Yet of the crowds of people who lock every, year to Italy, and go to see the tower at PisO,, how few kuow that there is in their own counp try, almost close to them, so to speak, a mu...

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All ARTIST'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

i Ail ARTIST'S WIFE. ti -! My dear old chbp,--l'r just heard you are in England. it's an age sicen we've heard any tl log of each other. I'm tio I othome,h.at do run down at once for as lorg as you can spare. )My wife also begs you to come.-Your old chum, aes. ' "Rex Dashwoo--and married I Why, I seem to have been dean amd come to life a glin I Of course I must go, if only to asee this brandnew wile," said Gerard Clilford. laying down toe letter. '' Besides, should like to ase old RA x agaio. I suppose, Laing an artist, i.e has "married a model or an ugly womau-ene of the two?' I'll seod a line of acceptance ; and I may sa well tell him I'm engaged." A couple of days aIterwards Oerard Clifford arrived at the charming southern suburb where theoartiat lived. iRex was himself at the station, -'and the tro old friends greeted each other warmly. But a disappointment awalled the guest; the artist explinued,with many apologies, that Lis wife had the previounday been suddenly summoutd to a ...

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CRIME IN AMERICA. A MYSTERIOUS MURDER. A "POLICY KING" PUNISHED. NEW YORK, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

CRIME IN AMERICA. AI ts'r1 nIOU'bIIUODERr' •A "'POLICY. KING" PUNISIIED, (Fronm thesirA iAr;s ) Nsew Yonsit May 3.2: Fori thiee weeks pahk the peopla of Lorain; a manufacturiing town on the lshtre of Lake Erie and.idi the state of Ohio, have, been deeply moved by a' m?iurde, end by their failure to aseir tiut by whom it waeecommitted. The ,victi iwas a comely youtig womani alil for arime dys a Oathlic priest wias held in gaol for the crinae, asd also to save hiinfroti a lynching niob that believed hini to he guilty. His discharge leaves the. authorities 'without any clue 'ly: whichlsuspicion can be directed toward anoher" person. The. Rov. Father, Charles Reichlin, pastor of St. Joseplih' Catholic Oihurch, lived in a semail one. ,story frame house with his sister Agatha .ead their brother COsimir. Ou' the night when Agatha. was murdered, Olarles was in anotheri town, and i the Rev.. Ferdinand Walter ,(another Catholic pritgs', end a friend a ',.if `o :wi ' a'teatsi that-ittler sleep...

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THE GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

..THE GRAND NATIONAL"., STEEPLEOHASE MEETING. (BY STenLINo.) *Sxc'x the weights for the great jump. itig fixture, appenred, tilhe V.A.T.O. i.Lt;tinig and other' sunhurhl, fixtures a?emu to hivo thrown considerablle light on the probable result of the two principal. ev,mnts, while accidents and training mishaps are probnbly respon 'sible for many of the withdrawalsfrom, the Grand National tlurdle Race, which acceptance day has shown us. How .ever, the field still remaining is of a Shigh standard of excullence, and has a distinltly interstate character, as New South Wales, Queensland, South Aus. tralia, Tasmania, and far New Zealand have all represetntatives among those still" renmainiiff The general entries are salio particularly fine, and although the veteran Wait-a.Bit has retired from the jumpieig vents, he is engaged in on.e or two of the flat races to be decided over a distance of ground. Now nine Syears'old, he aisy have lost a little of hisi youthful speed and dash, hut he has...

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SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, 8TH JULY. The KEILOR HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

5JWoNb DAY, IY'MUNICHAY, STn JULY, Thu KIUolo IIUuIIDL IAon, TIwo udio , $Ir Jogopih .. , I JI('loIt, IIio0tAiL, 01or KIlplng . S $e1'ell ltll'Iunggn Unlle Mor,,,, balvuoI , ,, Bu Godwin, Yum Yum, or The Corsican -.. ... .. The KOMSINOTON STOBPLOECASE. Two miles. Rnoyal Mail.... ... ... 1 * Miner ... .. .. Southern Croas or Diana ... 8 The STEEPLEOIHAmaS' FLAT RAOE :?;: Itarydnlo ... .. Shamrock .. ; 2 Inkerman, Coat of Arms;?or Glendale S... ?: The Ian3YnoOK IHIANDIAP. one mile and a hilf::'; Olenoall i •Adjusteor Slabato, .lMuutclmaor Burraoneir'++`,'

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MAIDEN HURDLE HACR. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

.UAIDEN IIUKRDLE lHACH. il. : .T o miles. . *. K it * , i ... .. .... .,.?: ... i * • K i p li n g - . . . . . + * . . . " s -. . . .- ' 2 ' ? - ' Quo Yadi»'or Irate. ... - * '. kEe; e HiDIP ; lA-D.OA < S Fo a2 yr, old.. Servon furlongsi'; wee R ) .Clean .... I N .Newmarket.... F6otpoive, Dlandalia, or Orafla .3 .The GRAND NAIONAL HURDLBr>IAOB.-, Three miles.j Colonel Sliliniski with 12t 91b still' le ads the list, and Corral, 12st 311i, und * F oilette, 12st 211, also reiuaiu.ii.-tihe nltter lain heon- backed, but I will hIre none of thenm-and Orlandluwitli list' 10ib willonot lie improved 'by his fall at Bloonve Valley ant.l has far,. more than 1.could fancy- hin,. with. Lowland Chief, ntllit 211,, on last year's form has a decided chiance, liat lle jnurnly is, I ihink, too lona for Report, 10t 121.. llawdon, 1xOAt. 01h, is fairly liaandictapped with.Coloiel Slhilinski, lhut I think ho lhns mtreethlan Ihe can win Swith. Betrayer. O14 911, is too hard a -pulliertp see...

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Between Two Loves CHAPTER XXV. "IF I LOST, HE HAS NOT WON." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

• Between Two Loves CHAPTEIR XXV. "IY I LOST, HE HAS NOT WO¢." A' benati?ul mornin'n--gnt i"lrClintai ;Adele r: it at'his sumiptaorlisly ilppoloted hreaikfnat :table. A bright wrnrm, sunny m?oriing, .the':.world: lauglhing under, the lovely light of the,eauln..?ile had. takes up: the. pIaparsone after:another, and in aenchl of- them 'folnd an a+ nnounce 'ment of his ahrrival. "Slr Clinton 'Adilr retuired: from' the Continent on the'23rd." His coming home:' -therefore, would noti long;be n ;secret. . . .. A'.urious feeling was on him; grntan s ally: he awoke to at. new feeling of life; a new sensation, .as of hope and' ntm bition,' stirred 'within him.:. It was sn:h a' busy world, aa bright, busy, hopeful world; men all seemed intent on bust ness or ?pleilsure; there .was notion. energy,: nuimntion-how. different :from the life of stagnation he had been living at Seville. He shuddered as he thought of it. `"After hl," he' said to himself, "men are borfito b ?~'en, not, hermits." , 1"...

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THE SUBMARINE TORPEDO BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

'THE SUBMARINE TORPEDO BOAT. When a submarine torpedo boat Is about to deliver her attack she must rise close enough to the surface of the sea in which she in submerged to make a fresh ohmervation. Ilearings are obtained by lifting ot t" of end the vertical tubular de vice called a periscope. The experiment will probably be tried when the submarine is as near to her foe that detectiont of the former hy the latter might prove a setrious satter. A few well-directed shots from a stmall-calibre rapid lire. gun .of the threatened battleship wttuld disable, if they do not sink, its ,titiy, assailant. Lookouts on 'big warships :have, therefore, 'lien 'trained to watch for ianything that resembles the tip of a periscope during naval' mtanoeuvres, :tnd to ,report their discoveries pi?omptly. . At. ,least, sauch tis .the';',' practice in the .:French Navy, which includieids a considerable inumber '-of submarides;: andi' cwhich has , given thetni many public trials. St has recently been.. noti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

.J I TI MACKEY, JUf-I,, ' ;Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . yRoyal Place (oft Swan-street), : RICHOMOND. '. years manufacturing for Heolle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Sto e. . H .Pither " (Late Meoaurne oMuarksat). ':he only I giuimate Produce Merchants in ithe District. RGH supplies always on hand of the Sfollowil : Boue Dust t.uperphousphate(Cumming, Sith & Co.) Uuts, feed whole and crushed ' 'atararian, Algerian, . Danish, !;tout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Stratas gemt, leer than Melbourne prices Chaff, Ilay, Bran, Pollard, Straw ,?? i1-ce icMen Rvoe, Tares, Rock S . ered Muloal, Garden bheds. J:r.erythintg In the LINE ONLY' kept in stoak. SAGEINT for he colubrated Salvltls. A call will eoneince eoerybody. / S. H. W. PITHER, .: =TT =v?'i::l2 - ::I?. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letter Patenet) ýTUP3If AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, A r. still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. sOrdurs by pout receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implemen...

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

LILYDALE SHIRE COUNOIL. :The following reports were sulbmitted to the last meeting of tilhe above Council held ointhe 22nd ult. r Ati'the Lilydale Council meeting on the 27th June,: the Secretary reported : (?1)'iThit;dirWifg'to:the dhtot on which the imeeting of tlib'?echanics' Institute codiittee was con?nveed being observed easa ,publio holidiy; 'n6'' meeting was held?He would,h bowever, convene anoiithler meetimng and wuuld'ilike coon cillrai tit ecquaint him of bthe most coireoliiest dale. ('The day flied upon was ilonday, 29th Jane,)-(2) That as effort ishould he made to collect arrears of rt?'a befure 30th September, aid', if he was to proceed against all defaulters it would le well to pass'a resolution to that effect.,; (ThoiSecretary was author ised to tkis legal proceedings after 30th July for recovery Ofarrears of lraies.). ,(3) That somuo time since the health ollicer reported n ithe bad drainage of leveral parts of Lilydale, but, on c count of the state bf the fiuiancta...

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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

SFISUERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheri.e Act 1890, and Procluanations thereuneid, mendilse to date, are published for general informoation. ection 15.--Any person fishing with a oct or fixed engine in any river, creek, or stream. or within anch distance fron the .)oot-' thrp.aaf s a?i. be or.y:laitoed bis thlrz?btt roor in Coani uevad;l 1-J.J;.,lre" to a penalty of otI less than £2 nIr tmore than £20. sectioo 16.-All nets conlaining fish shall he emptied in tile water. Any personl draw ilg on to dry land any net cooraininlg fish shall le liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20. Section 2i).-Any person knowingly tak. fur or atlcsting or attempting to take any ?ilt not fillgenons to Victoria, or iny of such species, wilthil three years after tlheir introductlion, cr any further timie proelcimed, or having inardverteutly.tnken snch fish and shall not forthwith return the Maine to the water in which they were captured. hall be liable to a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

h Improvedi Patent ti MILK CANS, SKers's Patent Obtainable only' at CHANDLER'S, IRONMONGERS, 247-9 Brunswick-street ? ITZRoy. The Improvement on our KANGAROO ItItAND) i(AlW\ \\AY M1ILK ;CAN e?ucoits of an extri-strong Mild Steel Golvunised Hand, tuonpletely etnirclitng the Can between the hody and shoulder; It extends four inchus up thel Body of the Can, aild is then tuined over the edlpe of the mhonlder with a itn steel lHing, workM1 in at the edge which conpletely prlroects the xposed portion of (tn between the body anil shoulder from being ddrtiuaed, we tlhreby maI e what i the weak lpot in all other make,'' Clns, the strongest anld sinioat unlrtrinaKle part in the Kingaroo Bandl. The Neck of ourr Cans Is protected by our Spetial Steel lihog which ensures hlth S tr ptengthp i il a'ctoilplrie icirletillereby doing away with the trouble and waste of leakil.g s?nli'uldrrs, and'iliiinig the uidi'antie of tie covers fiting ainy Can. Our Cons are guar. 'mliteed t o be nune of tile heat...

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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 9. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

1;AlI itights Huserved.) Bonnie - Barbara. PART 9. "" FASCINATING : LOVE STORY. By Efflie Adelaide Rowlands, 'A'uthodr of " Prlceleas' -Violet;" " A :' `.'Child. of. ' ` arity, "'"A `K ing and a-t i i ,!? -¢:OHAPTEI' XIII: ", I:t h adn been arranged t hat tiady iuasan:-twas, to- call,,foi? h)r,.Bunting , nd'a hu'bar.. on n"'.Lhuo niglht ofa thl :thie naro i, stalircaso - ini: hoi.: soft.i itt: Idrapelries' slafonid' that: : ho?t "'V' filic l "Wati:l t11 in the study:p_ :ithu r?oomj a n:s astinfg furi the :glanccs of ialtlets ah?i inglP 'thli-L tha ni hour lgtn n ujid wild hornes would not "h'g her to the n dunc SnidjIl;, eth ll nnast el? able to play his aIrts' a lensie- onderedr wtithoot '.le?t.ng. Mtis abs know ,hownll ho S.'.,:he herself f'wus trembling in ovry. thlini,; fora indeed 'onlly. 'a few'.minaltes, Sbefore, whoe''slehadl Ifent' over DIr. :Diintirig lyhing insthis chair, the good solilt liitd'thuoilght' that' the white ..stillIness of his" face cdull'neanu no thing ait d...

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VARIOUS PHASES OF DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

V.ARIOUS P?HASES OF DIS. TRESS. OhiAerver," in the .'em Mercury, rites : ??p are varioisa phiases of the dis trees at pri`seit ekistintg in Mellbourne, and: oned of them, was brought utnder my n;tice recdenly. It alipiar'a that theor are mruany fmilics, the head of whiih, though a skilled mechania and an inlustrious, sober man, has h?en out of work for tl,,lths. Such do not parade their povery-intdeed thty cont cenl it as'.criminalsuwould' a crime anidI will not sneek relief at any of the town halls or other.contrse of disti ibn tien, till ;hard inegessity-.ptirhaps the orioi of hongry chill ren?--copels. them . In theJays of their prosperity suchl families employed a woman for a fedw shillings i nee a fortnight, or once. a month,.to do the rough hiuse-work, but. now.,they cannot think of such a thing, no women of the class intlicated are thtown out of woak, and the pnve'rty of one is thi? responslihle for even a more severe type of indigence iii nothier. The?ue unfortunate women do...

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A "THIEF-CATCHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

A ' THIEF-CATCHER." In Ali'lytiit, they thave, or had, a vary picturilin' inshion, of Identifying thieves. 'Jitere in ill illicil 1nn itittii for tie liurpose III c?n bl li Ltri It, 11lln re 'illg ilnf)rmnll. Iti,, of if rlwl.lh ry h . give'n his ,1,11'tell tiai sirvall it dlne of erioll hit ris, uifterwards a lpipe f tb uilittl:. IIThe ta thinks and tiens niiiii'i; it clit' Iii+ ith brLglis to IIa e I aitI e rniitil Loan It 1titiniid keitie Ti Ii the hulh adi , m 111 ti limke i iihound I (nterl i huilmtwhil hii t .n - hto ilrp upon t he flr 'htlii Is hr til io thdnllne0 i' il lIn tn- 11 1r' gutll I hli t jsi ll)' Ihi t' u lIl I th e ll l thll tl l gI udl ir 1i "to n luir " Ith Ihilnf iutLier, hic?ll t110" n(ll ti n t of l l r. Kri.il u Wu mkulll Idllli IhL at we iluvr saw illrmaillu oful itl elil lor,.e.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

Medical Notice. iPR, B608ROi PHILLIPS, I..11.C.., f.nd,, M. R.C.Nh., ,ntg., L.S.A.,Lond \ .f Burgundy-St., Heidelberg Aloy he Consultd ' Every Wednesday, AT I·lt' tm, 1.30 to 2 p.m. L.?llgaroo Grnund (if instrueled at HeI delberg:befure '11 "a m.) Every Friday ' seenshornnogh, 1.30 to 2 p. in. .. )imond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m.' DOR J, T, CHAPMAN: YARRA GLEN ISITS KANGAROO GROUND Every Tuesday, 1 to 3 p.m. MRS. CAMPBELL, TRAINED NURSE &S MIDWIFE. O itdoor patients attended. Terms m oderate Tranck's Corner, Doreen. Fruit Trees FOR SALE. F W. NINK, Nurseryman, St. Andrew's, . Queenstown, has the following fruit 1I-ces aind plalllnts for sale at reasonable prices : New Peach Princess May, p . lesi o Pears Almonds A .ricots. ''eaches Plnms o Ierrles Jap nese Plums''. QuInces it?s Oranges i omnum st ? iberries" Gooseberries Rnapberrles I'lrld Currants='I :Filbert Nuts Chestnuts SJlack Currants Walnuts -. Niectarines VWhite' Currant, Vines Palms,,i l.asslon Frult D?.. l)ate Palma~ Lo...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 July 1903

LAW RELATING TO NEWS. PAPERS. 1. Bnhbsribere who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wlhlnti to chntitnue their eOhseriptlon. I. If subscribers order the dioolniln ncre of their periodlcals, the puhllsher nmiy continue to send them until arrears are paid, 3. If sublhcriers refuse or neglect in take periolienla froot the ofile to which they are directed, they are behl responhsiie omaii they have settlcd their bill, an?i ordered the periodicnls to bhe discontiued. 4. If snbnerllere moilre to other phaCes without Informing publishers, and the Illllets iare tent to their fortmer direction, the snbhsribers ore responsible, 5. 'hlte cltris halre Ieeulod that "refitl. tlg to tlke pierloldictie fromn thiu lice or rremovilln or leaving theie unoistled for In .irintn fauie evideleuu of intentional fraud." . If suhl?rlburh payv ii advnnio for Seriodlirll, they are bonl I to giroe iiot'e u ithe phllaer, at Ith e ld of the IhIne, hotl they do lnot wish tlo cntnllllln In...

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