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THE NUGGETS OF GOLD ORE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

I THE NUGGETS.OF GOLD ORE. "That¿" said my frieSd.;in reply t< « question of mine, " is a veiy laig< and ii very rich nugget'pf gold ore.- li was taken ninny years ago from Ï initie in Australia." " How nindi is it worth,?",1 asked. He lookec. ¡it me with », shrewd smile and replied : "it is worth just nothing at all.". "¿;.¿ ., I thquglit .that, a fj-icer-1 Jrng for him I to say, butjtsked.uo niprp<ín(*tiqns. :,-; i Two years later. 1 »gijin ^yisinid;. his house ÍII¿>TJCUJ(1 «>II^,M ind'"^Alii».1 iu|p missed the Mg nugget from the shelf jvhere I had firsj*seen-it. Butlasked np questions. rabj^yt^&iî(: tn« incident of. two years before, my friend .sgid¿-í-£Íiiiye'.^ mid, o|iening a closet," be pioducntl ñ nnigmliont.,/ gold jrasej* iTraarkihg : That ''nugget-of gold pre has taken tin's for.ru.- ,.Sic!"ijye"of/the., labour, involved in the .transformation, ; the joh! ¿lone is '(tow "worth £100.-" ? What curious similitudes there are "')!...

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THE LATEST BARNATO STORY, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

THE LATEST BARNATO STORY   It ia said that when Mr Barney Barnato   gave a pic-nic at the opening of the Johannesburg Waterworks he related an incident that had-happened to him in London some time before. A seedy-looking man, describing himself as a journalist, called on him one day, and offered to cut out from, papers, etc., all the compliment tary things said about Mr Barnato. The genial man of millions saw that the man was " down on his luck," and engaged him on-the spot at a salary of £15 per month. This was quite characteristic of "Barney's"   sudden and irresponsible, freaks. At the     end of six moaths the man, who had been paid monthly, again called on Mr Barnato and presented a large bundle of clippings from newspapers, asking whether he should continue the work. "No," said Barney,   "but I will engage you for six months at the same salary to cut out all the nasty   things you can fi...

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THE CHINESE QUESTION. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

THE CHÍNESE QUESTION. .-, ,;LoNDóx,'3Íarch.;¿6".... The Sr. Petersburg corres p¿ndent_ of the "Daily Telegraph" has. coi.verse/i with a Russian Admiral," who has been" appointed .to the post of, Chief of Squad- ron, concerning the situation in tho East. This officer is reported, to,have said : - "Great Britain has declared-her inten- tion pf abiding by the principle that 'the commerce..of China sbaU bo free to all.' I do not know in what light this dictum is viewed by the Chinese, to whom thc" English are offering, almost, by force, a loan of £12,000,000, but wo in Europe arc? wnll awnrn tVijih iïnvifc Ttrîhain utifLar Kussin will not permit the opeuiiig of a new port either at Port Arthur or at the ?neighboring place, Ta^Hen-wan^ We shall soóri see that Germany' will say the aame thing with regard fo Ki^o, çliau ynd the Bay of Sam Sa, upon which, alie has hor eye ; while France will prevent the opening (if.Suuguine and ^ankin¡as free porta. . Russia, France.- and Germany will permi...

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CAIRNS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

CAIRNS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL SPECIAL JIEETING. A apeciitl meeting was- held on Satur- day evening, Sfith.March, .for the purpose of considering the. ..sanitary .contract touder.s. Presqnt-Aid. K. Aumuller (Mayor), Hansford, Brown, Bardon and Boland. '...»;.> The, following tenders were rend and considered.: A..Lock- ... ... ... ; 'JQ4Ö ? ' Jak Mcgovern :"/ ... ¿É20\ John-'Mitchell' ..." "" .£24 ' P. O'Connell. ... £21 Prank Thumm~?.V,-s¿ v*£44 f- ? lt was moved by Aia> Boland and seconded by Aid. Brown " That.J¡he fender of Jas. McGovern, being tho low-" ' est.be 3cce|:ted.''fc¿; Carried. f¿s.:....",'. Tlie meeting then closed with' the usual vote of thanks. ' -" ?': ?. *'

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

DEPARTURES. March 24.--Arawatta, s, Captain F. G.   Lee, for Cooktown, via Port Douglas. Passengers : Mrs Williams, Miss Wil- liams, Messrs A. Bunting, Radcliffe, Clarke, Rev. Father Larkin, and 5 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. March 24.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, for Townsville, via ports. Passen- Srs ."Miss Ryder, and lin the steerage, iros, Philp and Co., agents. March 24.-Adelaide, s, Captain Us- sher, for Southern ports. Passengers: Mesdames Bunting, Russell, Wriede, Pederson and daughter, Misses Mitchell, - Hynes, Messrs J, A. Bunting, Russell " Hayes (2)," Hannam, Wriede, and 10 in the steerage. J. G. Fearnley, agent. March 24.-Wakefield,' s, Captain T, Freeman, for Geraldton. J. G. Fearn- ley, agent. ' March 27.-Arawatta, s, Captain F. G. Lee for Southern ports. Passengers : Mrs Brown, Messrs Keating, Pollock, Sargeant, Kerr, Browne, and three in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. ATarcn S9.-Airlie/*, Captain Elli«, foe Southern - p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

»»w /.?--^?V f*á_ J*._.. ky every lt«UMr front the heit Market!. ? JT m asN. i W l"éf&n PPOuOffl flams, Itocoii.Freih Butter, Chce«o, Bolled (lab, On ton«, RPECIÄLTIER < wssssxws votât,*», liny, Com. Chaff, Brim Mbini, tc. Ha^ssfrKARa' * '(.OLDEN1 TEA I Commissi«»- \ jjjk Baa« a» pu||E cf.yLONg IROMflOMCERt SJCNCRKL HCRCHANuâ R0ÇERS Cheap Family Drapers, Outfitter., Merten, House Furnishers, Booti and Shoes, lc. Wc« and rattern, on Application. All Onleri receive prompt attention. A TKIAI, BOUCITED- \ 1 W»Wllu »TS Jf J NOTE OCR Xmr-mmrm T.B5" BVT-WYàTW sVT Mw áPáfs ABBOTT ST., CAIRNS. \ > <*/ ONT.Y tnnnvjiK U Ula MJKàa J*J lill SJÍ tiUtl K«.f lUnk ln>tnliwi>. V/ MULGRAVE HOTCL Penis O'Hara, (Late of Mareeba.) BEGS to inform the residents of the District that he has completed the erection of the i The Hotel is «fell and permanently built, containing eight bedrooms, and every necessary that comfort demand«. It ia situated about a chain and a half...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

THE HOWARD SwTHÜNE JF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WEEKLY PAHSENGKB AND CABOO Stance FROM CAIKNS tO . GERALDTOM *\ S.S. LASS O'GOWKIB CARDWELL (135Tons), LUCINDA } WEDNESDAY TOWNSVILLE Morning, J (Uh April, at ll a.m. Transhipping Passengers and Cargo into the S.S. " PEREGRINE," " TYRIAN," and "LEURA," leaving Townsville for all Southern Ports every Saturday. Passengers Booked Through to all Southern Ports. MACKAi ROCKHAMPTON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE 4DELA1DE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN FBOX TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Reduced Steerage Fares. A LIBERAL REDUCTION is allowed off STEERAGE Passage Rates. Xor further i»rtj-I. wm »|»p|jr fa» -, J: WAXJSR-«% CO.. Agenta. APLIN. BROWN AND CO.. .. MERCHANTS AND AGENTS. TOWNSVILLE, BRISBANE, . BURKETOWN, THURSDAY ISLAND, AND PORT DARWIN, THE above Company's steamers leave j Messrs Walsh and Co.'a Wharf as under : For Port Douglas the s.s., Adelaide every Wednesday Morning. Johnstone River "\ Mourilyan Harbour I Cl...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

Î Commercial. Messrs Dalgety & Co., Townsville, report under^date March 22nd:- "Our London ofBcejwres.^us as^ follows :-' Wool, market Messrs Dalgety ¿ Co., Townsville,' report under date March 14th :-" Our London office wires under date March 22nd as fol- ; lows :-' There is an active demand for scoured merino wools of*all descriptions, and for greasy merino broken fleece and pieces, but in - consequence of American buyers not operating at present, prices for fine greasy Victorian Western wools are scarcely on a par with closing rates of last series. Prices for the bulk of coarse crossbred wool are weaker.'" Messrs Dalgety Se Co., Townsville, report under ' date Starch 25th :-" Our London office wires under date March 23rd as fol- lows:--Since our last telegram prices for mutton and mixed tallow ? are unchanged. Beef tallow in general is a shade easier. There is , a poor demand at these prices, buyers are waiting for lower prices.' " Messrs Goldsborough, Mort & Co.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

.tMBLâALE & RETAIL P r«f is io A - M «rc h an t, «.»TT èTIBËT, CAMMS, ????'????.i , - IL ?. ??? . ! , iyr "ÎOtÂND .ïTDyq his Goods for Spot. Cash, m the Cheapest and .'111* ^Best^atfc^pt the;\V<>rld. He carr, therefore, afford to sell at á J fair Profit^^ChîapentiÎKn a'hy other House in.Cairns. . . ¡ I WHAT IS IL POLAND'S ^TOCfc ? Goods Delivered pwJftptly io all parts of the Town and District PROM08, ÎfeôÛUCK. PKODÜÜE, . Fresh Supplies Every Week. FreSh Dairy Produce twice a week. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Rètail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. HUNTER'S KURANDA Pwti Paw Friiit Sade* ÍURITY, PAPAIN. There is no Animal. Mattel "Ter Kew bauce, . . nt bein? , A PifrelyFruit and Vegetable .. Condiment. This Most ValnäMe | of the Paw-Paw Fruit ? Juice (Tropical). (See British Pharmacopeia). ÂTTÎflflON ! DYSPEPTICS. . Indigestion is at the Toot-of more than half of ourprcsent day bodily ailments, accentuated,'as it is, by the almost universal habit of...

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FRIDAY, 25TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

FKIDAV, ÎSTH MASCH. The District Court resumed at io a.m. this morning. *. I'cler Sedein convicted OT the previous day of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, was brought np for sentence. In reply to the usual question prisoner stated he bad nothing to say why sentence should not be passed upon bim. His Honor, addressing the prisoner, said : You have been convicted, and very properly convicted, of a very serious assault. The medical testimony clearly shows that it was no fault of yours, that'the victim was not possibly killed. The jury have recommended you to mercy on the grounds of provocation. a debt. The jar* brlim' (Wat - portloa ar your story which shows the man Dan as an aggressor. I shall sentence you in accordance with their recommendation. The sentence I pass on you istwo year's hard labour in Her Majesty's Gaol at Stewart's Creek. Prisoner was then removed. BREAKING AND ENTERING A HOUSE. Michael Chamberlain was charged with breaking into and entering a Chinaman's house ...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. The usual monthly meeting of the Cairne Chamber of Commerce «aa held in the Council Chambers on Thursday evening. The following were présent : Callaghan Walsh (President), E. Henri ques (Vice-President), K. Aumuller, J. F. Martin, John Caima. P. J. Bowley, J. Hansford, J. Lyons and the Secretary (R. Sturt). ABORIGINAL PROTECTION ACT. j A letter waa read which atated that the Customa have been instructed to arrange that certain reputable Chinese merchants -may be permitted to sell opium under certain conditions. ? ¡ A commonieation from the Principal Under Secretary advised that Sub-In spoctor Cooper had been »ppoiut«d Pro- tector of the blacks. Gratification waa expressed at the prompt business-like manner in which the wishes of this Chamber had been met by the Government in connection .with the sale of opium and the protection of aborigines. THE MAKKKBA-OEORGKTOWN BO AD G SAHT. A letter from the Home Secretary stated that provision would be made on the Estima t...

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Tides. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

Titles. The following list of the approxi- mate state of the tides at the Fairway Buoy is furnished by Mr Pilot Dick- son:- - A.M. P.M. ' X H. M. ft. in. H. M. ft. IB. Mar . 30 4 30 19 9 4 20 17 3 31 5 90 20 O 5 10 17 6 April 1 6 30 20 0 6 20 17 9 . ! 7 OMS 7 10 18 0 3 7 30 20 6 7 40 18 6 4 8 0 20 9 8 10 19 0 5 8 30 21° 0 8 40 19 3

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NOTES IND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

NOTES IND NOTlüM The Land Court will sit on 22nd April. . The Special Coart of Petty Sessions foi revising the Jury List will bo held on' Fri- day next. Mr W.H. Swallow who has been in the South for some weeks on business is expected to arrive here on 7'hursday next. Mr A. J; Draper expects to leave. Mel- bourne on ted April and will bring/ with hiao Mn Draper and family who have bees spending six months holiday in the South. The "Beacon" states that it is rumoured that Mr Chester, P.M. is to leave the service and that Mr Morris, P.M. at Charters Towers will be sent to Cooktown, -TtwOUfaUWa Tairaaaath Anniversary Ball will to tadd ia> the IKvisional Hall tm QaMSa'a aflttMay,Mah May. ' The Mehi aawssabliss held .nader; the aasaiera of thc OJsUallewe' start ta-stfa>t ia tba Hall. Captain Manton recently inspected Mt. Molloy copper seine oh behalf of Mr Good fellow who has a "six months option at a pnce of £6000. The proprietors" of this mine have recently taken ap a lease ol 140...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

; ; . : ' WHOLESALE : ' : ' . '.';/'./ íí;OFF;E:E^«E RC HA NT. GROWN ANO 'MANUFACTURED BY I). R. LEWIS, MOUNT GRAHAM COFFKE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, . QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK - ' FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Mb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-Ib. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residente of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, California Creek, Tue Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Lewis' .Moimi Graham Coffee, and take no other. " - . .' Try One Tin .as an experiment. The growerfandjmanufacturcr pledges his word that there is no'better matured or purer f'"'1'"" "^ "***' -. - Coliee in the world than ? ~ Agent for£GERALDTON :-M. NOLAN. W. F. WARE, Sole Agent tor KOCK-^ HAMPTON; AU Storekeepers to apply to him. B.P. 4 CO. are Agents . -... . [Q[ t¡je _^oove at aU their Branches. LEWIS' MOUNT * GEAHAM COFFEE. MRS S BYRNE CRiT?RION NOTÉ» ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. ÍKINDLY note ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

Herberton Mining, Pastoral -AND Agricultural Association. TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION, Shedulo Prizes Value, £130. SPECIAL PRIZES, Value, £130 £ s. d. Open High Jump : 10 0 0 Maiden Jump : 5 5 0 Wild. River Water Jump : : : 5 5 0 Maiden Water Jump 5 5 0 Chopping and Drill- ing Contest : : 10 10 0 Cattle Drafting Ex- hibition : 10 10 0 BUCK. JUMPING CONTESTS IN BUCK and WHITE. . v ?. -o-o*- * : TO BE H ELU ON Easter Monday and Tuesday APRIL 11th and 12th, 1898. HERBERTON - EASTER CARNIVAL WEEK. JOHN M, HOLLWAY, SECRETARY. £100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOUGALS REGISTERED LIST. CONTAINING NAMES of 20,000 V Families advertised for, to claim Îjrouerly and money since 1700. Price .s tid, post free 2s." Every nun and woman should buy this book, as instruc- tions are given bow to recover property from Chaucery, IÍQUGAL & CO., 62, Strand, Lpndon, England. Established 1854, A fortune may await you. . This book can norr ho obtained from WY C. Rigl'y, Adelante ; Gordou and Golch, Melbourne and Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

Before Purchasing Elsewhere -00 TO G. R. MAYERS & GO., AND INSPECT THEIK WINTER STOCK, New Goods ! ! Ne w Goods ! ! NOW OI'KSEO OUT EX. R.M.S. Dukes of Sutherland and Devonshire The Largest Shipment of Drapery we have ever landed DIRECT from tho best English and Scotch Manu- facturers. Floor Cloths, Dress Goods, Linoleums, Cashmeres, flannelettes, Serges, Flannels, Corsets, . Blankets, Umbrella», Calicoes, Hoisery, Quilsts, Turkish Towels, Table Linens, Table Napkins, Etc. AH «OÍ.JS marked in Plain Figures at lowest Cash Prices. SO MIDDLEMAN'S PÍ10FT. 6. R. MAYERS & CO, DIRECT IMPORTERS. Our Grocery Department has been re-moddelled, and intending pur- chasers would do well to obtain our Latest CASH PRICE LIST before Purchasing Elsewhere. CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE IN TOWS FOR BOOTS and SHOES. G. R. MAYERS & CO., People's Cash Stores. JOSEPH CLARKE'S Old Curiosity Shop, Xsatlc« Street, Calw*» Curios! Curios! ^~>0LLE?TORSof allkindsof curiosities, w such as bir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.-Under the distinguished pat- ronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through thc Cónsul-General . Thpie ¡ire-imitations of Eucalypti Extract ii) the market, products of simple distillation, fcrmjng ande, resinous ojls. V In order (nat these crude oils may not betaken for our pure' Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recog- nised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, .we state:- * . '.??':\;/'>' .'.--'..-;';'? - It is proved bv. tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Griefs wald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pro- fessor ., lossier, Director of the: Medical Cfinics at jCrriefswald, that only products"that are saturated wi üi oxygen and freed of acids, résinons and ot tier wb...

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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

Telegraphic. Wednesdays News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. Los DOS*, Toes. Speaking at Leicester yesterday, Mr John Morley said that Home Rule all round was impracticable, but. if the Irish members persisted in their demand for it, the Liberals would grant a strictly subordinate Legislature with increased responsibilities with respect to local affairs. They would, how- ever, require to satisfy at the same time the desires of the people of Scotland and Wales. The Russian Government are send- ing 50,000 men of thc Army Reserves to Eastern Asia, and applying for an additional 30,000,000 roubles to strengthen the naval forces. Further particulars of the conces- sions made by China to Russia in the Leattongr Peninsular have been re- ceived. It has transpired that China con- cedes to Russia a 25 years' lease of Port Arthur as a naval base, and a similar lease is given pf Talienwan, but; as a fortified open pxjrt. . } -The right is'also given to construct a . rail way ...

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A LITTLE SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

A LITTLE SCENE. Our Labor contemporary is at all times emphatic-a virtue or otherwise, according to whether the views it wishes to emphasise are right or. wrong. On the .pth inst, in its re- port of a Farmer's Association at the Mul- grave, it got inextrically mixed up, and the consequence jvas.tliaWlhe iowa.mm* immfjtkt j VSäfö£pXs*tee.^'A^tiStttäy&. thc m«« JnfMmptm^mdAö faU on ow ^publishing night, no representative-ofthe-" Post " was present at it, Dut both representatives of the " Advo- cate" and ."Argus" were; there. The "Argus" attributed-á certain speech to Mr N.J?. Petersen, who was President.of the. Association,'. whereas the words. were .never uttered by him at all.but bj- Mr P. Petersen. The speech had '. reference to the illegal employment of Kanakas. Thc "Argus" gave credit for thc speech- in question to its author, Mr P. - Petersen, and Mr JJ.--P. Petersen wrote to-the"" Advocate " pointing out the error into which it had ^fallen. An editorialijiote at the foo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

M.FuUon&Sons , .ARE OPENINQ OÜT' THREE LARGE CASES Boot«. Stooès and Slippers, Which arc jest to hand from thc Best COLONIAL, BRITISH AND AMERICAN MARKETS. NEW PREMim eVpMITE COURT HODSB, And Next Door but one to T. FULTON, the well-known Bootmaker and Importer ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS FRANK PYNE, CAB Md OMNIBUS PROPRIETOR. EPYNE baring started business as above, . Solicits a Fair Share of Public Patron- age. ? ALL TRAINS AND STEAMERS | Met on. Arrival .-Having Seen red one of thc best turn- outs in tlic North he is prepared to convey Passengers- at MODERATE FAKBS to, any- where inside the boundary of the District. Geed Macks uni Baffles always on Hire. F. PYNlTSpence St. JOHN RANK, THORNBOROUGH, - Mining Secreiaij and Commission Agent Secretary for AVoothakala Divisional Board, Union Block G.M. Company, Hospital, Etc. RELIABLE -INFORMATION, TO INTENDING SPECULATORS. ON . HODGKINSON ^ GOLD MINES, The VVifc'i \7e!fare. T'C\(îij j;os'tiI irtc. (each you tnûre than, all thc venrM ...

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