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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

Stud Notices. To stand this season at Lov Yang. the Pure bred Clydesdale -Sallion, " HZGHRLANDER." H IGHLANDER is a brown colt, bred by the Hon. Henry Miller. Heis by the celebrated Prince Charlte, hors- N.uget. out of Julia. by Cowden Lad (imp). ramnddam Flower by Lord Ilacklee. bey lackle l(imp) ggdGip,by Menzies Clyde. It will be seen by the above n~rdiree that Highlander is bred the right way to get draught stock of a very high character. having the famous Prince Charlie and Plackler b!e..d in him. He is sure to leave first-clasi stock. Terms: o£ if led. £2 I~s if paddocked. Grass free till stinted; d: 6d per week af terwards. Every care. but no rr-pon?ibility. THOMAS WRIGHT, Proprietor. To stand this sson at Robertn' Farm Loy Tuuc. HUNTSMA N. THIS celebrated hunter was bred by Geo. . rit. . Esq.. Tamba. HIe is b; The Gondnlier.oire of ILaid. Dale man. Camerine D.arg. etc. Ite is a rich brwn horse.stands over IG hand- high. with splendid bone and muscle. lie has e?,ved himself a...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

Wanted. \\TANTED--- 50 Ladies and Gentle men to call at .M. 3PFarlane'k. lHairdressing saloon, Franklin-street, ifaircutting and Shaving id. VTANTE D,--Iorses and Tip Drays and llorsedrive s f.r th 310Mo and Nar. mean Railway. JOHN R0113. WTX AN'ED TO SELL.-- a,O00 BIricks, ` deliverdl at the Railway Station or privately £- p r 100t,, samples to be seen next(anmptwll and Price's, butchers,ramnklin Street: npply FRANCLS IIANDLEY. For Sale or To oCt.. 1OR SALE.-Allotment Land, in Church F Street fn nmltage by adlplll of :132 feet, next the Chu ch of England. Terms one-thinl Cash, balance three and six monthl, with G per cent. interest. Apply RECORD OFFICE. TO LET.-9.roomed Cottage,with 0 acres of land, gndlen.undergraou I tank,and every convenience, within 10 minutes' walk of ost-ofleite E. A COATES. Iouse and Land Agent, Tmmlgon. Lost and round.. SS. REW.ARD.-Stolen or strayed from ShMoe on the 12th December, ISSO. One dark bay mare, branded R near hip, blotch brand off shoulder, whi...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

FA TAL JA I lIt Y ACCIDENI -4-- Abont half past 4o'clock on S.tunrday morninl? a ca?dnan named Clancy, residing in Crccn-stre t South Richmond, was found by the engine driver of a ballast train lying at the bottom of the railway emLankment, about 100 yards, on tee Mcil bourne side, from the Richmond railway station. The mian was notquiteoncOnsc ious, and his appearanbe indicated that he had sustainil serious injury. On being roused by the driver lie stated that he had been strnce by a passing engine some honurs previously and knocked down the incline. Hlie 1bplaincd that his ribs were broken, as he whs siiffering intense pain. A stretcher having been got, the injured man was removed to his home where lihe was attelded by Dr. Lalor, who, on ex animinig him found that three ribs were broken 'At that time there were nosigns of any internal injuries; but during the night certain ruptures:" principally of the liver, developed tlhemselves and lie lingered on in great pain until half-past ...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

".MODE?RT. L,U Icur r:RSSITV-."° (Publish.d crcryTeslay &Friday morning.) TU'ESDXY, .\ANC`.'ItV 11, 1S17. DuniLx- the past week the weather has been intensely hot and tryiug, and serves to remind us that the summrer It is fairly begun, and the s.eason has : mi.ed when tylphohl fever Land sinmi Iir disorders make their appearance. Already on:e cs.c cf tynploid fever 3from Tiragotlng has bLeen a :lilitte;l. to the Melbourne IHospital, "and it be leaves the iulthorities to see that the regulations of the PublJic Health Act are enforced, and th. ciu3ses of s:3ch disorders prevented ftron springing into existence where e not alre:ady exist inlg, and swept away wherever found. Traralgon for genlerl clean:lliness cole pares favorably with :man3y towns we have seen in its sanitary atrranlgemllelts but at the same time it will not, he den:ied- that there is some room for im prove nelt. There are a few eyesores in the town, notalylv the filthy heap of rubIlish in the road near Mr. M1i...

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AN EXAMPLE OF PERSIAN JUSTICE. (ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

,dX EXA.ifPLE OF PERJ'SI.! .JUSTICE. (Sr. Jaiw.s's GZETFrre.) Oiu the side of the high road to Shiraz, ::0 miles before the city is reachtid, going north, stands a bare pole. This marks the place where the body of Sergeant Collins was founl after his murder. Sergeant C,,:hls was an inspector of the tele grph li:e;: a nman of great personal b? -cerv. lie ha:l been a s?ipper, had been through the China war, and had taea:ly complet!cd iris service for pen ion: a:: old sldier of the best type, ugh. irnest udll thorough. Accom nied by his wife, two servants (a an dml woman), and two muleteers, e started on his inspection duty. Collins oats ha-dlli convalescent from a fever attack when he started, and he lhad no choice in traveiling but to lie on a mltttress ting on at loaded mule. t early daw.n one day a Imuleteer uddenly cried, .Sahii,, they have blo ke, the ro:d"' and looking alheadl, 'the ergetant saw same mIen in front who were covering hint with their guns. 4t the saune momllent the...

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VICTORIAN RAILWAY SEE MUTUAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

WICTOI'ny Jf., . , JIUT(L L .- l. 1IF The usual monthly onl ai Tra, n ,nn i,.a ,h, of th, Al.,. ciationn was hell at the er: . Saturdav evenill. Jan:iur J. Dowtniie, the preoiert ,d, chtr, and there were a,;4 following otlicer, :- :' r.I l: tary ; Mr.. ]lin Ib ol , r ::,t r Scott, Love, ald Il. "" tht mi'ntaes of ti,: lh: ink ha-it:, L e r-e vl a: .:! the follwinh letr:"r Eirs t'.: . Sne'otu': w - rel o " MrI-. I' 1,--i; your (anni-a, td,,, 'hair nitlt ti'n: c illt rc.r `, i Co·nmt's-in . :r l. ' _" - .I'cdesda . Da .,:i i l opeilt sain d , , re passes on lr , 'a issue at the li.l : tar. Tia's It. ' w ?. welcome oae to -lwa q meant an iu:er,? hn ',' '1:t. Ir : btiaon which tier -:d .n tit The =ict(tary lear~:!.:. were five nII le!l.,; e-. lthe it)nthi , a ' t i'ra.,re ý. priposidu the' tipa-il' a voa cf . :,kto to malin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

p . itiei S. 3IARRI GEC ORtR4 AND COY. STOC1F AN L) ESTATE GENTS, IlEN!) OFFICE-Ti:AI!A1 .(;.O 1 I \' n:r44'h4.1 144 la r). 1k !.t. I:1ee, T T enrt=:.d : tllc·!n. h."r .1 eo . arkez Trair ede.:.. Merw.i. Te. ".:a.!i-. Na: n alrn Traf:i.-' L .i i and(1"ni a_ jr..!- rrconloetai l1 h. tITt 'I.I mare. I!)14-\ .. t"1 -... ad4 InI Firnd 1N Natot:1..~cneaan .t'rt~n .ran-"_ C'.. t1.!...- 31ntual FYrc-e hi .14=-rans: C. C Nest/ r.:1 In13eraie : .. ArcTroto4csc 31t. .SACK.--N Oi1T.I : Mi:. Cl? "_ . SO3IV': WEEKL.Y PRODUCE 31M xlET. TP::.\rfAI4;ON. SAT., AN.e 1. s "~'~~'~o, ,r~A 5~1 Farm r..... 2C'i:aJ. ittc.^.n"m re" .')' 4 ^i1" 3iA xIM(E. O! is.O. TRAilIAL ;ON (1O'DA JN.P IC TýAflPI!Atr,. 0!:1:. CO. t! l!' ne4 thcir cant= nnr tiic ahrrC natc I ('ox anm] I IIeix- (_.im.) lii 21.ý 0'1 y r tr (sri! ) d : a1. n·.I ";-3 '. i If6,-, fre.f nice U{ tdo d.,a.d.do car, fully picked andn~ in order~lc f.. s U'crkLr. tcl::: Tackle. roam andl in ",,,! ,.tiler. . !dIftDi,4!WE!) 1')ANLxPY 1± (III'O 4';. )*f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

eville's Grand Junction i Ote Acknowledged to be the Leading 7Yotel in th1 district r r Cr ,crcial Tr.,',.e?. liorses and Br-gics aiwajs t hand. Tee. grams promptly attended to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receivce Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor HE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL RYAN, Proprietor. irst *class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel Izplete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. Horses and Buggies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, IHas now established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the district, and the Proprietor, while thanking the Public for their past snpport, assures them that nothing shall be wanting, in the future,,tn secure a continuance of their patronage. ROBERT HILL, PROPRIETOR. Horses and Buggies on Hire. First-class Billiard...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

G IPP'LAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday. Jan. 8. Messrs Li:tl, and Bortil'i,.k r'port: Fat Cittle.-S::pp'y not equal to demand, eal pricc. w.are firl at lIst quotations, i;rtwitbh'andinz the low r.ates ruling in utwn. We sold ca:,s, 15 £3 5s £5 10s £5 Es. ±'3, £ 15; hullincks, £0 13. 17, £7 10:, £7 15s, 48. £3 2s G6.; se lerbs, £1 5,s to £2. Store Cattle.-Gras?s bing plentif;l, tha demand is br:sk, anw; any comlinr fr.rivar.l are readily srId at qunottions. At \Maffrn not many fonward. We sold o:.e lot of fair b 'lucks at £ti Zs; 2-yr steers £3 Is to £3 Os; 18-mos. s'ce-s ;nd heifera, £2 lls. At S le, a gSi:d imany in, mtotly young stnck, au.d al sldJ. Forward-conditioned bullocks tb £8 ; Is: 2. to i.rs steers, £3 4s to £4"8s; 18 ms. st-er and heifer. £2 17s; 'nsringers £5 to £5 10s; milkers, £5 to?G. lHirses.-On Saturilay we yarded about 59 head am^s.ly i iinferiorsrts. Draughts sold from £15 to £20; cloddy sors £1 to £12; hadks £8 to £10; weeds £3 10 to £5. Land.--We sold private...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 11 January 1887

COJILIJ/ECL L. T ARALG(LN IL RKETS. Mtarriapt. Ore r Ce. r-part.-At 1rnfalsir nat 1C, d::ts lac tiroItel rotxttthl sale ;fi u;;Il tof attlean nIttentelitrnce o t cts Pri tcs rang.l abi.brt the sanme as last ta-es. wi h a :col kamnn2 for stonrs. At T tnr-l gsn otn 3totnttay oar cardstwell we iclllc.l ate hilli" M brisk. Fair demnate fo stonr-s, atd prics- iaatttnainet rrcnt rate;. we ellt all lets ank! as feti itw :-Steers. £4. !4 S £13=ig for teo nic d-afts. Ilcif.r=.a pt n f 43 2~rr. £1 t12s to £ 1 12s. Cons £ t2s itt.£3 £1 stlts alsoi hr e t-ams o teet kitg bulock: at tper pair. £20, £21. '31 104. Ncat sales, 3irttee, WedInealrx ; Morwt St ialay. rnonttvr- reroaT. On Saturla: wat satid tn tour rart ltheecss at t;ttPer 1er; wea:tth ries. a lanre tnaavttt at I 4t r3r ]t,: oteatna Is at! Its 3d per %.eat. a'ttslm,,o Its~ t;er . niin a t;tnantit eof suntdry artice4s at sa!isfaefrtrpreea.

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LIFE HISTORY OF AN ABORIGINAL TRIBE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

LIFE HISTORY OF AN ABORIGINAL TRIIIBE. By J. IT. The exploits of the Diamond among the savage islands of the West Pacific calls to mind the high handed doings of the early settlers against some of the aboriginal tribes of Australia. There was one very peculiar case which should not be allowed to pass alto gether into oblivion, for it so happens that it is surrounded by circumstances which enable the arch:eologist and the ethnologist to trace the fortunes of the tribe from its origin till its extinction -perlhaps the only case of its kind that can be placed on record. Abo riginal testimony is not to be trusted beyond the memory of the living, but as there were 40 or 50 years ago natives alive who remembered all the facts there is no difficulty about accep ting their narrative as authentic. Up to the close of the last century the Cape Otway territory was unin habited. About the beginning of the present century-the precise year, of course, cannot be given-- young man of the Colle tribe...

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ACCIDENT ON THE HEYFIELD RAILWAY. FOUR HORSES KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

ACCIDENT OF TIHE HIEY IELD RAILWA Y FOUR HORSES KILLED. An accident which narrowly escaped having a disastrous termination took place on the Heyfield line on Wednes day night. It appears that the last train to Heyfield had proceeded as far as a little past Glengarry when four horses were observed on the line, and before they could be driven off, or the train brought to a standstill the engine ran into the animals, cutting them in pieces and of course killing them all. Great excitement prevailed among the passengers when they heard the shock and as the place where the collision occurred was a culvert, it may easily be understood that the escape from a terrible disaster on the part of those on board the train was almost provi dential. The engine and trucks bore marks of blood and other remains as the result of the accident. There were, we understand, upwards of 40 persons in the carriages and it it exas perating to think that a train was nearly wrecked and many valuable lives risked o...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

"'MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tusday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1887. DumIn the past few months, the pro gress of Traralgon has been very great and in view of the importance of the district which bids fair to be still greater in future the proprietors of the T1aralgon Record, in order to keep pace with the general march of pro gress, have had in contemplation cer tain improvements and alterations in this journal. Their plans have been so far matured that we are able to aa nounco to our constituents and tile inhabitants generally, that on the 2nd. February, (the first Tuesday in the month) the Record will appear at a price and in a form which cannot fail to be acceptable to the public. On that" date this journal will be reduced to 2d, while it will be enlarged to full broad sheet size and so improved that it will be equal to any paper in Gippsland. Correspondents will be appointed in every district where we are not repre sented and a special corre...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. Berlin, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

EUROPEASi TELEGRAJL;S. (From Melbourne papers.) Berlin, 11th January. In to-day's sitting of the German Reichstag an important debate took place on the second reading of the bill for the increase of the German army. by 41,000 men. Count Von %\oultke made a speech, in which he declared that if the bill in question was rejected, war was certain. Prince ITismark likewise delivered a lengthened statement upon the rela tions of Germany with her neighbours in the course of which he stated that the peace of Frankfort had been hard to make and still harder to maintain. The relations between Germany and Austria-Hungary were, he said, inti mate and cordial, and with other pow ers excellent Good relations existed with Russia, and, proceeded Prince Bismark, Leyond doubt Germany's relations were also good with France though they were more difficult to maintain. Germany neither appre hended inor was afraid of war with France. It was out of the question that Germany should attack France; but the p...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

GORRES'O(NDENCEB -4---- THEi MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the 7raralgon Reord. Smi,-Taking a warnr interest in the welfare of the Mechanics' Institute and having be llconnected withitfor the last 7 years, I confess I felt somewhat vexed when 1 reid in your last issue that a meeting of those who were called'financial' members had been held, slfh, meeting having been convened by post card by the Secretary, and a new rule framed at such meeting prohibiting any one: from having a voice in the management of aflirs who hadnotpaid his subscription thre: months previously. I presume from my not having received a post card that my subbcription had expired, and as I usually paid for a year or even two years in advance such is very likely the case; but the collector never called upon me for my tsubscription, and I have nver bean preefused books from the library, so I was ieot aware I was in arrears. However the ipoint to which I wish to. draw the, attention of the Committee is this. ...

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LATEST NEWS FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

LATEST EW S FROlM MEL BOURYE. [From our own Correspondent.' M?elbourne, Thursday, January J. Great distress exists among the artisans of Sydney. Considerab'e business has been done in wool. At the closing sa!es there was an advance of seven per cent. Great reductions have been made in the salaries of the civil servants in New South Wales. Albanus has been scratched for the Victoria Handicap.

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TRARALGON PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1887. Before Messrs J. Peterkin and Wm. Whittakers, J.'sP. A VIOLENT CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

TIRARALGOX PETTY SESSIOSS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1887. Before Messrs J. Peterkin and Winm. Whittakers, J.'sP. A VIOLEXT CIARACTEt. A man named Thomas Brown was charged with assaulting a constable in the execution of his duty. Constable 1'Kane deposed that on the night of the 10th inst. at 10-45 he had a prisoner named John Williams who resisted, in custody for using ob scene language. Brown then came be hind witness and put his arms round his neck, caught hold of his shoulders and grappled with him, and during the scuffle Williams effected his escape and was not arrested till some con siderable timeafter. Brown continued to wrestle with witness with the view of getting the latters baton, when the officer was forced to draw this weapon and knock his assailant down. He then handcuffed him and took him to the lockup. Witness was alone in the town on the date in question as Con stable Gleeson was absent in Sale on lrty. The prisoner pleaded guilty but had nao statement to make. Mr Pete...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

COMIJIE ?CIA L. MELBOIURNE STOCK REPORTS. Messrs Pearson, R-we, and Co. report : Fat Cattle.--13, ft,,want. prices about the same a; on Weclcoday inlt, p ime pens bal £.L to f11 ; I . t pens cowv £7 to £S INo. Fat .-eep. 2St,,ti yt-tenray. large InO.pt t:on atelium: prime ,rts tirm : other seorts art .uoll. Wc s.-d. t)i 5 to Is 10o fr mc rinre. 11 for cro:.crcd-. Pa: Lambs. I'ric?.s ulchangol. We sold 80), Me-srs. A. MI. a'l.e and Co. report : Fat Cattl.--13:s : lprices improved late to 13: per h a'! on ltor week's sal-s. \We eohl 10 bu lock, for 31r O'Shea to £J Gs, averag ing, £ -Is Gd. Messrs Peck Hudson and Rlanor report: -Fat Cattle. 13:.0 yarted ; lprice £f better than last 'hutre lay. Top pens hbu! locks f.io £12 to £11 d. We sold It)0. Messrs I1. Gibson and Co. report : Fa: Cattle.--1350 vared. We quote prim: pens of bullocks £11 to £12 10s. We so,d 150. Fat Shieep -t'e qt-::e n prime crossbred wethe-s Ils Gd to 13s; do mt:intos 10s to ls. We sold 2501'. Messrs Powers, Ruthe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

Wanted. W ANTED-- 50 Ladies and Gentlr men to call at M. M'Farlane'p. Hairdressing saloon, Franklin-street, Haircutting and Shaving Gd. T ANTED.-Horses and Tin Prays and Horsedrivers.for th Maoe and Mar mean Railway. .. JOHN ROBB. WI ANTED TO SELL.--50,000 Bricks, Y delivered at the Railway Station or privately £L p'r 1001. samples to be seen next Campbell and Price's, butchers,Franklin Street, apply FRANCIS IIANDLEY. W ANTED.-A ftan or Youth to mind sheep. Apply J. PETERKIN & CO. ? ANTED.-A man who can milk , (couple cows), and generally useful about homestead. Apply RECORD OFFICE. ~Zeetings. TRARALGON RACE CLUB. A MEETING of the Committee of the . above club will be held at the Court house. on SATURDAY evening, at 8 o'clock. Business-Important. WM. NELSON, Traralgon, Hon. Sec. 13 1 87. GG A TLLT , OOACHPAINTER, BUGGIES & WAGONETTES Painted in first-class style, f om £2 lOs to £3 and Carts of all kinds fom £I 10s to £2. Orders to be be left( at W. WEST, Coach builde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 14 January 1887

- Stild !Nbticcs. YI, To stand thi aon at rat Tae. rt I:, PIur." IUlIL..N DERi b a h~r...:n m,. l.r d by ftl , H o , I . lcnrvy - M l -r. 1 1. -i- hl rh, c:ltehrard Prince tCharl:-. I,,r=: it. on FI ,:rrer y .,onl : .Irk'.-. bv l:l.khie imp: Tgnip,:hy .M. if i. . :rl. It wi Jl. n nito b the anl-,r, piiri . tiat Ilihian 1," teisrasi.t En right wr.'' tt It n r an-ia,, a.cik ti a ver" hi?- er.n..et'r. Ltn'n. t:'n trsmn Prmie harli,. ad :lIa.kl h!ii n .t in hirn. 11.- i, sire ra le.ave lirnt- la-.. .,,ek. Terims: 2 if . £.2 ii.c if -m.(lock.d. (irl ; fr. ", tall tintt<l : 2 4l.1 par we,,!k .^ tePinr . Every f arn . i!ut no r sp,,ni iitlitv. TIHO)MAS WVIGHI;T. P roprh.: nr. Tt Srnn.I thi sw n ,?,n ait i:,'n ~r-; Farml HUN TSTMAN. : i.IS celIetraI, haaen- n a: i rerd r, Gt. l ari.E"qt . Tia unh:. I!t- f !: v I?ir h onl ir.irt . Davi. I.'h--man. anI, rine Itar ,.ie,. He it: rich triwu htot:,t indsi ov-r bi; hands high. with >p ndi hane and Inu;i l,. I, h:., proredr, hinmelfa ...

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