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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

: AVKSTIOHX A U,ST II.A MA. '"Tini'n'ows h'as booii publisliod (writes' ilio Mplbpuriip/ correspondent ,< ofj. <tli.q < Amrat Ailwh&er) that a member ' of a'.' Molbournd syndicate has atarkpct.'fqi:1 \Yostovn Australia with a largo humbor of" sheep 'awl cattlo, with tlio ihtontion of stocking an iuimonsq run there.' That part of Australia is .suoli a iorrn iiwuijniUi that information concerning it is likqly to be interesting. . _N.ot long sinco I i'cceivccl a letter'from'a yovtn'g follow" who had.ombarkp.il in tlio bfrchv-tlti-nwr and pearl shell''fishery.' Ho has vory lucky;' ana has tnriiod his originally',^modest''' capacity into suoli respectable dimensions as; t'6 'warrant his taking up land. i « Ho has made oho or two trips inland and describes, thp ? country as bojng in'pavts riolily grassod, and capablo of rapidly fattoning cattlo.; 'I'lio timber, too,1 ho opiubs' would bo specially'valuablo, and his suprise'- is .:that.. ,,lho . ,var...

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PRESBYTERIAN SABBATH SCHOOL PICNIC. PRESENTATION TO MR. HERON. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

PRESBYTERIAN- SABBATH SCHOOL PICNIC, i-, I'llESKX'J'ATfOX TO Mil./ MIC HON. ON Saturday the children attending the I Presbyterian Sabbath-Schools at Penrith, Glen brook, and St. Mary's, were entertained by their teachers and friends to a picnic at Glenbrook. Over 150 scholars assembled, and the whole , company , numbered about 800. The day was very fin?' and everything passed off well. There was'an abundance of provisions, reflecting credit on those who had charge-pf the catering department! Tho children amused themselves;Avith games and races for small prizes, whilo^somo gathered ferns and wild ilowers, or wandered down to the picturesque gully about, a mile from the station. Advantage was ;taken of the presence of so many friends, to mako a prosontacion to Mr. Heron of an illuminated address. . Mr. Heron had been the steady friend of the clmrch for many years. A lew . members of the Committee thought that it was a suitable time, to mark their appreciation ofhis services when lie w...

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COMMUNICATION AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

0 0 M i\ 1. U2s! L 0 A T.1 01};A T,i> .10 iv:. ; f \ A BUi»mxbTB'foi''aHimd4>6ii'6ttivod bottlo for carrying ' records of' disaster at soa" is found in' a light rubber ' ball jrtvfo or ilirbol foot'in diameter and. brightly .painted'. .It, is so light that it is rapidly curried,, boforov the .wind, and it is so.conspicuous that it can be soon at a long distance. Oho of those couriorfi^havingjboen thrown.from:ft$wodiBli .steamer on lidr'way ;froiri London' (jo'Crothcn ' burg, was picked up four 'days afterwards j oh the coast of 'Schloswig,' mid anotlior travoUccl two hundred' nautipal milcs|ih iivo days. A numbor; of those, couriers, ovcn,if thrown overboard in niid-ocoan, might bring roliof 'to a ' disabled' 'stbamor ' hy 1 carrying Word, to, passing vessols of tlio probablo posi-. tion of tho disabled ship.

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VOLUNTEER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

. VOLUN'L'UISU JI UIiTINQ ,' Tim adjournou moetmg ot tlio above', was hold in fclio Counuil Cluunbor on Saturday ovoniug. There was a large attendance. His Worship tlie Mayor occupied the Chair. Ho stated that over eighty had signed the requisition. The minutes of tho provious mooting were road, and adopted.. Mr. D. J. Worboys r6ad clio names that had boon subscribed, which numbered oighty-throo. Iio remarked that had tlio early'part of tho woolc, been lino, ho was suro that ovor ono liundrod would havo boon on tho list. Eastorn Crook and tlio neigh bourhood in that direction had not boon canvassed, and it would bo romomborod that in connection with tho ,"olcl corps, Eastern Crook producod a goodly number of voluntoors, and worthy follows too. Ho was ploased to: soo so many present who had not signed tho requisition, but who woro quito eligible for onrollmont. Thoro was scarcely anything a young man could ongago in, with; nioro advantage to himself generally, than in . joining tho p...

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THE LIME KILN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

.rkn li'lMK K.1LJJ CIJUB ; li \ v 1 Am Trustee Pnllback in do hall to night!' asked tlio president as tho band ccased sing ing, and a window was lowered to lot the' smoke escape. ' Ho air, sail,' was the prompt rcsponso an Bro. Pullback rose oil'his stool. 'Ploaso stop dis way.' When tho lull form and shining plato of. tho-mbmbor had toed tho mark before tho desk, lii'o Gardner continued: ' lirudder Pullback, .1 has received a; letter axin' pormislum fur you to visit the; town of Akron, 0., an' doliber your colo brated address on ' ])«? lliso au' luill of do Hail Fence.' I has aiiBwored dat you will. ,bo dnrou tiiiio, youv shoes greased Ayid coon'H; ilo'an'your froat-in good shapoH'or a two hours' speech.?;; ? v I'iillbaclc trembled with'omolion, nndj murmurs of admiration wero heard from' every cornor of tlio hall. ' ' ]Jefor' you sot out on dis journey,' re-, sumed tlio president, ' I want to gin you a. fow words of fatherly advice. You will fur a time roprcsont de cull'it olemont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

CORHKSL'OK DENTS Twill i Bavofliothl theiMelre; and those connected., with. -tliiH jouriiald good deal of (rouble by observing the foUowiiigiiilev: Corrcspondcncc, intended for publication in our news column*, should be addressed 1o the alitor, while advertisements and business communication* should l)e tent to tlie proprietor. While we Khali bo glad.at any time to receive- for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege of excising-any offensive allusion* to piivatp^ijiSividuali./; Libel-writing. j» such iynt extremely expensive luxuiy, that. we* eaniiot' afford to share it with anyone else,;;; .'.1 Advertisements, except those coming from sulwcrilicm and, responsible.^icrsons, must be. paid for in advaucc." " ? AH communications must be accompanied by. the real namc niid .address of the sender. Special Notice (viid after this date our cash terms for mlvcr tiniiig,\yill beas,under, viz,,:j.; ,s ?. . Fourteen wordu aiul under, ... ...' Is . Each liiieup'to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

JFOiri U.'JsCKOE'JlJOJr'XjE. Published every Saturday Morning. /^ONTAINS loading articles on the prominent questions of tho day ; the latest local news, and telegrams; -humourous extracts from Amorican journals ., special correspondence and tlio latest Sydney Qonnnercial news. < Subscription 2s. Od. per quarter, in advance. NEPEAtt TiMES ofeCE, High-streot, Fomith. " -r llqww Speciil Jobbing Department. fnilB proprietor of the Ne.pean Times is . pro L pared to execute printing of every descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, Ac., turned out at the shortest notice with neatness and dispatch. Charges as Ion- ns possible. Estimates furnished. W. .LENNOX'S II A Y AND 0 OB N STO 11 E, HtGiWlUiRT, 1'ENlUTJr. , ^LL kinds 'of PRODUCE always on Hand ®>. 'jr. STII.I. CONTINUES TO MAKE FIRST-CLASS BOOTS __ TO OUDEK. JI 1HE very best material usod, and a good fit X guaranteed on the shortost notice. Lifo and Accident Assurance Agent. 1IIGH STREET, PENRITII....

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

| . LOCAL . NEWS; | f AT tlio Metropalitan .Licijhsing Court, .oil, Friday, a'billiard license was granted to George Bell, of-St. Mary's, Soutli Greek. THE requisition for a local volunteer corps was despatchedJjp^tho rQolonial B^fflptory.. during the 'week bearing one hundred and live, signatures, 4 Should, that' mmiber com;, plete' Penrith* 'will be represented by a' corp which will bo a credit to the town. A MBETiNO'dfTHer Majesty's Justices of .the Peace, acting in (find forllio-Police District of Penrith will be hold at the Court 'House, on: Tuesday, 15th iiist.; at 11; a'.rrii; for the purpose of rovisihg the Electoral list for thc.electorate of the Nepean; for the'year 1888-H4. : ' : v . ' AN!amondcd time-table for the G. S. and W. Railway,, has been issued by tliq depart 'merit;' and; aindng tjie alterations cbntained' ^therein' are several \vlii^i will coiifer' a boon !on'.tlie; inhabitants ofr Penrith andJ'the din-, trict1 gpnerally.' OnrJtlio Western' line'aii additional ...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

®$t; ftepm ©imtsi, PublUhed ovary Saturday Alqriiing. SATURDAY, MAY 5.; Tub first innings of- the. Stuart'Government was concluded on ; Wednesday' last, when Parliament jwas prorogued until June 12th. The recess is certainly a short one^aud it is quite probable that when the date arrivos for reassembling, the-House ; will be further adjourned. } It is only reasonable tliat-such will be tlio case considering the heavy busi ness the Gbvcrmont has to transact in the interim. - The principal measure which is to rocoive their attention, and' upon'' which it will bo requisite for thorn to legislate very shortly, is the Land -B|ll,.<no ddubt- the,most; knotty subject'to deal with in connection with Now Sputh;'Wales legislation: at/the present "time! ' Certainly' bud ' which lias caused almos^OYeryi.Governmentiiin :timos past much troublo, and probably one which Avill torture many Governments in tlib future! The question is of'such magnitude,-arid opinions on the subject are so, ...

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VERY REMARKBLE SAGACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

.VK1IV UICMAIIIvA 111,10 SAGACITY. Somk pooplo \viU boUovo auy;liliing of a, good .dog, 'rind-.may';,U(6i:ofpro fool interested in thol'ollpwivjg acobnn't;' jjivon by ,an American 'papov, pf a'siirgical individual of this species', upon a't"£i'icucl- of his-a cat pf tho naino of Biek'.'"Dick was ono day enjoying «vmoal of scraps, whpna.noedlo and.thi'pad )ying.closo by booamo* on tangled iuihiHVflmrielY'ftnd tlio p'oov animal unconsciously partook of Uioso adjuncts, which stuck in bin ithroat. Ob serving Dick's distress, Carlo hurried up to him, and after , an appavout consultation, .botwoon tlio two-tlio ono ns patient, tlio ; oi.l | or as doctpr-Carlo . common cod ,.opera tions by licking Dick's nock,' tlio cat holding his'head on ono sido to give Carlo a fair clmnce, Tlio lickingioporfitions had con tinued with short' intervals of rest for more than twonty-ibur hours, Carlo occasionally pausing to press-.,his,: tongue , against - his friend's nock, lis if crying to forco soino sh...

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MID THE BEATING OF THE STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

Jill) Tins lnOATINC! OK Til 10 STORM. A I'OLicujtAN, the driver and a reporter, stood on ilic i'rojiL platform of a Now York stroet car recently, as- the horses went splashing and slipping on the way down town., -:Tho 'sloot :vas driving in slanting lines from the north, ari'tb tho wind was whistling through tho structuro of tho elevated road.. The policeman's pug noso and bristling moustacho.Sydl'e visible, though tho rest of him was completely concealed by his huge rubber coat. Tho driver was bundled up to his cars, and had an old horse-blanket strapped on as an apron. His nose, too, pointed heavenward; -oven' when his: head was bowed in thought'. > Tho policoinan cast a side-long glanoo at tho driver, and said, in a husky voice : . ' It's a 1'oiiiG, clay.' ( , i V < ' It is,-,'said tile driver,; looking .doggedly .alie'kd$nd,: rnluiing; his. car?hobk along -^l'lo tho front eclgo of tho roof of tho car "to break thpyjciclos off. Tho policeman oyed liini?, ^a^ta^d'o,....

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Unclaime Letters. No. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

. ' Tfnclaime Letters No. !i. . PAHTIKS applying for Unclaimed Letters at iho General Post OJlice are requested to give tlio correct iiumbor of tlio Lotter with tho date and niunbor of tlio List in which they, may have observed their names, as Hjfch reference will materially facilitate .delivery. Parties in the Country making written ap plications, in ndditi jn to the former particu lars, are requested to slato where they ex pect their Letters from, and any othei' information tending to prevent an unneces sary transmission of Letters. 1,urn:in i-'ito.M jmaous nuvoxi) tiih eoi.oxr. .27 UuUingur A., I'onrith 28 Doro ilercmiiili, Cnslluroiigli II Fiirnlmin .1., ]lluukU>wn iiO (iillicj) Jl., Frojfinoi'c !1."> M'Leunn Mm., Km^murc .)1 iSlvulnvn Jolm. I'uiil'itli li'2 Wolfu Will., J'curilli ' COLONIAL i,I;TTJ;kb, aim llissut 0., Kiitoamlia 812 JtrnwiiIJIiieklcnvii. > ' ir ' .">001) liiirns <)., l'onvilli ii/2 li,vnics Mi". 13., I'unrilli (2) 71 Carlisle 'I'., Ivatoo...

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POLICE STABLES. Department of Justice, Sydney, 26th April, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

POLICE STABLES. llDIJUl'linunl, (if .JUNUUO, ' Sydney, <Jflth Anrll. S8lt, Hilt.-I urn diivolod by i'iio S'riiilrtlor of .TmtHud In iickiiowlud^o lliui;ui'uipl nf your lollop (if tlm (Jllii) lnnlnnt I'oniiusliii},' llmt itislniolioiiH lio givun to lliu l'olidu ivtilli(ii'illu,s to nuiko iis'c of ,Stnlilo.s;u(. I'omillij nnd to inform you thu fihmo will'vooulvo dim con-' sldumllon, I ljiivo tlii; li(ii|fii').(i ins, Hir, Vourniiisl (iliodioiit Sui'viuili \V. I?. DUhYldOT'lV lJmlur'8uuruliiry. II, Smlili, M,!1,, I.ujr'^lntivu Awunib

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ABOUT SAMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

/' ABOUT SAMPSON. \ ' PA,' Bftid tlie:ltev. Mulkitlle's son, ' 8am])-; son was a sti-oiig^man, wasn't ho ,' Yos, Sampson was the strongest man that over lived:' . '...Tell' me about him.' . ' It was intended that, Sampson should bo ftho strongest -man, and belbro ho was bom-' . . v " i - ' Tho bewildered oxpression on tho 'child's faco arrested tho minister in his narration.' ' Before ho was born ?' asked tho boy, 'Yos, befoVd-that in,^bo|qro ho was found in a hollftw stump-" ' ;f ' Just liko Jittlo sister ?' ' Yes ; just "before he was found an angel appeared and foretold his strength, saying that no razor must touch his liend.' . . Was tho ungel.,"afraid. that-.tho razor would cut him ?' k ?' i: : > 'No;-tho angel meant that tho strength lay in his hair, and his hair, must not bo cut oil'.': .i ? / / . ' .-' .'*' ; ;; ; ; ./? ?; ' If I lot my hair. grow long can I lift ! moi'o than I can now-?' I ^I don't lshow about that.' ' ' > ^Aro^yonien strpngor than men ?' .. . \j ' No...

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MISCELLANEOUS. FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. PUN AND FANCY. A Michigan- cow got mixed recently in a clothesline, and paraded the streets clad in underwear. Hotelkoepers say that -to.,view Niagara Falls _ aright travellers should seo them by clecti'ic light.' This is a sehomo to keep, tho tourist over night and charge him accord ingly- ?; Soon after Sir I-Ionry Rivers took ordors lie was told by a friend that ho would un doubtedly becomo a bishop; "Indoeil!" said Sir I-Ieury, " why.so ?" "Bocauso rivers invariably go to thosoas." " My wifoj" says Wigglosworth, abstrac tedly. lifting a handful of prunes fronvtho box,is ono of tlio most oconomical women I ovor saw., Whenever,' I smoke a cigar in tlio,house sho makes mo blow tho smoko on hor plants to kill the bugs, rind stands ready to catch the ashes for tooth-powder, whil'o the stump that is loft she soaks in water and treats the flower-pots to a Turkish bath with it." ...!>/. \ - Ciu-ran happened-to tell Sir Thomas - Turton that lio could, never speak iupubli...

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MORRIS'S APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

MORRIS'S A J' l'LIOATl OX. Ykbtehday'morning, at the Central Police Court lioonsing meeting, tin application for a publican's liconso from Charles Henry Morris, of 1-17 Phillip-stroot, for promises at Ponrith, was dealt .with. Mr. Bull sup ported the applicationj and Mr. Slattory also put in a word now and then on the samo sido, and Mr. lioborts, jun,, objected on part of divei's pooplo unknown. Tho evidence of Sub-inspector Fowler was advorse to tho application, 011 the ground that enough liousos existed at present. Ho Jiad no com plaint whatever to make against Mr Morris, or tho way tho house was built, which was admittedly oxcollout. The ltov. T. E. donation and Mr. Worboys, an ^auctioneer, also opposed the application, on tlie. ground that sufficient houses already oxisted. Mr Wilkinson, then camo forward, who stated that rceontty ho had to pay lialf-a crown for a piece of undesirable moat and a lump of pumpkin, called a dinnor, which was " Hung at him," at 0110 of tho chief hot...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT NEAR KATOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

SERIOUS ACCIDBNT XKAIt* KATOOMIU, AN accident of a serious nature occurred on Saturday afternoon to Mr. V. II. Brown, of Belmont, Clarence siding. Mr. Brown was looking after soveral' stoiy bullocks in the neighbourhood of Katooinba, and was riding nil old racehorse named Kingston, which appears to be of a treacherous disposition. The first'indication of the accident was the appearance of the horse riderless at Wont worth Falls. A luggage train soon after approaching from l'onrith, picked up Mr. Brown at tho first culvert oil the Sydney side of Wentwortli Falls, and took liim to Katooinba, whoro ho was kept in tho wait ing" shod until the next train brought him on to Manning's ltoyal Hotel, Mount Vic toria. When _first picked up near Went worth b'alls, Mr. Brown was insensible. Ho had a wound 011 the right sido of his head, from which blood was flowing. ' A telegram was sent from Katoomba to Mrs. Brown, Olarenco siding, and she reached Mount Victoria at 9 80 p.m. A special messenger...

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MID-DAY TRAINS, Department of Public Works, Railway Branch, Sydney, 26th April, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

511])-DAY TWAINS; , l.)q|ini'tmqi|t of! I'nlillo Woi'fc.s, ' i; i Hallway llrriuoli, / . ; Sydney, 2«lh .Ai.riJ, 188X Si It,-liofoi'i'liiff ia your lot I or hi: lliu tllli iiislnul. ro Hpoal.iujf Urn rminiujroC a niiil-dny tmlii.lo IVnritli, I Imvo lliolionov lo inform yon IJmt niTiuitfonioiils liavo-113011 ma'lu to'run tho trniu you mention in uonuoofjon with tlia l'aiTnnmUa Iriviiij mid tills will coiud into oiiomtloii with tlio, now Timu Tnlilu wliioh will 1)0 tamuilin-tho oonracofn few days. I hnvo lliU'lioiior to bo, SI v. Your must; iibucllunl. wii'viuit. ' (J I I AS, A. G 001)011AI', OummisHlonor for Jtullwi Hi Smllli, Sydnoyi ' 1

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PIOTON AND CAMDEN AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

1M.0T0N ANJ] (JAIUJJI'JN AUHtUUI/HJHAL SHOW. (KKOjr/OUH -SPlSOlAf, HKPOHTKH.) The second day of tho Picfcon and Camden Agricultural Show was a docidod buccobs. The attendance numbering about, tliroo thousand. Tho show of -Draught horses was oxcbodingly good. Tho cattlo wliicb included Ayrshire?, was, although in somo instances of an inferior description, very good.. Tho show of colonial produce was oxcollent. Some first olass maizo shown in stalk, measur ing 11 loot, would brighten tho htiarts of many of the Nepoan residonts. \|n the ring during tho Day, tlioro was a large display of hacks and ponios. Tho trotting horses' in buggies were something to bo romomborod. My old friond Jimmy G-ordon, boiug a notod John in tho ring. Tho accomodation, for stock was of a rude description,! bub" tho other biiUding.4 woro in acwrd with a:first show, althoughtlioro woro not sufficient, room for tho poultry show, of which class of oxhibils tlioro was a fair lot. ." The O.vmdon Brass Band discours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

CORNER OF High AND WOODRIFFE-STRBETS, V; PENRITH, Offers Special Inducements i ^ 'm? m Notico his prices for , . -Mj&sifar. ;! . 1 j . !ial ; Lines in ladies' Press , ; Material's ! j LOW PRICES FIRST-CLASS QUALIFY. Stays from 2s per pair ! , Large assortment, of Fiscliues from lid each , ' of best quality jX prices unheard of ] in the district. |.. iEMBItdxiDEjiRXJES From lOd per dozen yards. I.i , :: : .. ... ?.. . I . : : ^Li^HER CLASSES EQUALLY LOW IN PRIGE Clarke's best sewing, cotton] 200 ; - yards, lid percdozen. J !l 'Boys" Tunics, Is each, j ".'V . 'i '? v, Crewel . Embroidery 1 Silk,, ? [large i stock t6 . choose from, ' £>d per (j j9|'drp^ ^ozen.:' . | '''jStjBm'^ilk^ofV^very 'color, 4d per .dozen. Lare Stock,' first-class ; quality, and UNPRECEDENTED / _ LOW P RICES Tweed Hats, Is 9d each. VV.n v Gfents' pBllars, gjd and @d per doz., tyhite or colored; Just 'arrived a Large Stock of | FANplY GOODS of every5 description, suitable for PRESENTS. BOOTH As I am ret...

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