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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [THOMAS BAWDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

LATEST COMMERCIAL. ?' [MOMAS ' BA1VBEN,] ' ' ' ¡I HAVE dono n fair amount rof, businoss during tho ; weok. At auction salo on Saturday I "sold a small lot ;of furniture at fair avorago prices. .1 also .placed . some small quantities of bottled boori, nt HB. 6d. j i assorted Bauoos, at 8s. ¡ bottled fruits, 13s. Od; ¡ koroseno oil, at 4s. lOd. per gallon ; palo brandy at 34s. per dozen. . ; ; ^ .? . , THOMAS BATOBN, auctioneer and broker, land/ atook, and general oommiasionlugont, Booms, Grafton," March 16th. , ???...?",* ? : ? ? ,i ,

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THE DOG NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

? ? »THE DOG NUISANCE. ' : , ? : TO THE EDITOB OB THE EXAMINEIS . ! , . .: Silt,-Tho attention of tho publio hos thia wcok boen drawn to a oase of furious riding in ono of ourstrcots, by some flash young men, who wera pleased to nmueo themselves in tlmt, in their opinion, harmless way, to tho'darigor of such of tho inhabitants, as were not nimble enough of foot to get quickly out of thoir road. No doubt this caso has btai. treated as it deserved, and our watchful police,.wholfro' alwaya attentive to thoir onerous and often disagreeable duties, have done, well to toko these young mon to tosk for thoir Sunday amusemont) but thura often happen other similar cases, equally dangerous, in which tho police havo at prcsont no power to act, namely, horses and oattlo running along tba strcots, ohasod by tho numerous idle ravenous dogs that aro so great a plague in this, as well as in all othor towns, in whioh tho Towns' Act is riot in forco. It IIOB fallen to tho lot of your corres pondent to...

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

" . RIOnMOÑl) 'RIVER. . ABBIVAIS. . . .? March 3.-Gem, from Brisbane ¡ Black Diamond, from Sydney; ¡ ' _ A largo' numbor ot vessels are still bar hound, owing to the wind being , too'much, to the eastward, nbt .for want of water. ; The Eagle cfosseV the bar on Saturday, and was at anchor insiddv the Heads, having cargo to* discharge thore. ? . . > . ,: The Agnes Irving left Sydney on Satur- day at 5'30 p.m., crossed the bar on Mon- day, at 6*15 a.m./and amved in Grafton, at 11-45 a.m. tho same day/haviug experienced light south-east winds throughout the pas- sage. '. * , * (\ The Pioneer fromViho NÇichmond Eiver - arri vod''in''Sydney roA\tho 10th, and tho Volunteer and Jane on the 11th instant. The Grafton left Fisher's*Wharf at: five a.m.«on Wednesday, took in seventeen horses at Lawrence, and crossed the bar at 10*15 a.m. the Bame'day. VBy telegram, we learn that she arrived 'safely at -Brisbane on Thursday. ' Tho Elizabeth *? and^Persevoranco aro ' still bar bound, Y .-vii

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TOTAL WRECK OF THE BARQUE REBECCA [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

ToTAJj: WBEÓK OF' THE BAUQÜE BEBECOA ON CÍAEKE'S ISEANDÏ-Captain M'Kollar, >;bf the Bchoónor -Urania^ has courteously fur ' nished us .with the following graphic account of the run of the schooner from Melbourne, embodying a report of the total wreck, on Clarke's Island, of the barque Bebeeen, bound from Port Albert to Dunedin, with cattle; / The Urania sailed from PortiPhillip: Heads, at, 8 a.m., on 14th instant, with: ai light breeze from the eastward, in company, with several barques amd; brigs bound to Dunedin, Newcastle, amongst, which were the schooner Tommy, of Hobart Town, and the brig Squaw, bound to Invercargill. Saw the brigantine Elizabeth, of Melbourne, outside the Heads, with the mainmast gone. Theíduy closedi with-a strong breeze. Erom the 15th to the 10th instant strong galos : ;} from E. SJ E. to S. S. E., with very thick, hazy, weather, prevailed.;;> At 4p.ni.,on Monday, 16th.in8tavt, eaw^the ; barque : The.oda, ! with passengers . from\; Melbourne - to ? Dun...

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THE COMPANY'S WHARF. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

L, V .UTHB^OMPÍNY'S WHARP, . ' TO TUE BDITOJl W THE EXAMINER. Sm,-It is a matter of'nuih surprise to myaolf and manyTmoro that our model . Steam Company, who profess to have ! tho * welfare of Grafton.'si> muoh at lienrt, should have noted'as'thóy have'dono in build- ing thoir now wharf. Why did thoy, not oall for tenders in the UBual .way, instead of malting a bolo arid corner job of it, as no doubt it would have beon to the interest of the shareholders generally as woil ns to Grafton, by allowing tho many competent partios hero to tender for the work, ns is the general custom, the 0. and B.' B. S.W. Cinfbany oxcoptod. I am, Sir, your obediont servant, , ONE WHO WO^LDNHVVE TENDERED. Grafton, Marohl6tk ^ X ; J .

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

TUESDAY, MARCH" 17, 1863. ; ' "Wa ? congratulate tho Municipal ?" Council J upón tlíeir action,' in reference to -the drain- age of ;tho rèaidiura iváter of the flood from - i the low.-lanija of the, Ibwer part of the' town, j'. It ja'iióf; in the pb^wér'ôf^mnn, with all his ( appliances and ingenuity, to keep Extraordi- nary floods out o$ tho town; "high walls, and huge " would not even prevent tho flow of j waters, when tho ^surrounding ' lands arp (all covered with wator. Wo must mako up ' i:, í - í' ' our íniuils to endure what we cannot prevent .we may, however,-malte some provision ib 'getting rid of :tho water when the river ha italien, so that;tile loss of property and thi inconveniences connected with that loss maj bo reduced to tho lowest margin ; this is í duty incumbônfc upon tlie town, and .thi Council would bo negligent of its duty if i had failed to direct its attention to tin matter earnestly and. promptly., Opinioni aro so connoting upon tho subject - ranging from t...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Oun column's are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities; but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. THE STAGNANT WATER IN THE TOWN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

. ORIGINALV CORRESPONDENCE. Oun column's aro èpen^Ç allwriters who refrain from the usa of Virulent language or personalities ; but wo are no* responsible for opinions ex- pressed. ?-? THE STAGNANT "WATER IN THE TO WN. TO THE EDITOR OP THE EXAMINEE. SIB,-It W .tíUlx astonishment ond muoh regret I find, on perusing yWr -.TalUhbliApnper, that tho immense body of sttanant water V soMong allowed to remain in thè moet th1Aly>p(îoplfidpàrtVof Grafton. A great deal seems to hare boen said about the matter, but nothing done ; to prevent sickness «nd disease, prompt and energetic measures aro necessary. Why should not Hr. Donaldson's plan bo at onco adopted P and if tho Municipal Council cannot muster funds enough, iry and porsuado twenty of tho ; in- habitants to subscriboieaoh five pounds to assist with- out delay, in currying quîihis nocossary work. ¡> If you can induce nínetben, I shall be happy to malro tho twentieth, nnd\if you succeed Mr. William. Gregory, who manages tHe ÖJaren...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ' ' I - ARIUVAL3. March ;14.^Eaglo,': schooner, < 100 i to'ns.i Captain Griffin,v íroni' Sydney'2nd instant. W. Kirchner, agent. March 16.-Agnes Irving (s.), 400 tons, Captain Hi Creer, from Sydney ,14th instant. Passengers-Messrs. Lockhart, lilley, Don- aldson, J. S. White, and 14 in tho steerage.

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

. EXPORTS. , , . Mardi H.-Agnes Irving, (B.),. fou Sydney : 690 bags matzo, 22 baga -wheat, 2 coops fowls, 5 boxes : . eggs, and sundries.- ' - - ' . - - ,.- yi ??i?*feôUJLl.rwÔtafton>-(«i)iSfor. Brísbono ! 431 bags : maize, 4500 feet cedar, COO felloes, 1 dray, 17 horses; ' and sundries. . ? - Y- ' :-? ? ?'?).' .-V I"; ??? . : ?

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

. DEPARTURES. March IL-Agnes Irving (s.), 400 ,tons, i Captain Creer,' for Sydney. Passengers Hov. J. J. Murphy/ Mrs. Heather and child* Miss James, Mrs. Gerard, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, three children ' and servant, Mr. King. and. 12 in. tho steprage. , t February ll.'-Grafton (s.)j 240'tons, Captain Maiden; for Brisbane. -?.* Passengers Messrs. H.' Barker, ^aron, and 9 in the steerage.^ T*' S, \V \' . ' ' ? ?

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SYDNEY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, THROUGH GREVILLE AND BIRD.] Monday, March 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

STUN E><Y : / [Br .. EiiEOTBio ^TEMOBAPU;THBOUOIÍJV*- ' GrBETIILE AND BlBD,] j /' ' ?' , . Monday. March ífith! MB. Charles Cowper, the Premier, returned j from Queensland on Sunday. "Négociations concerning the Border Customs satisfactorily arranged. The Northern^.Cotton Crop is loofcia well. From Rockhampton advices have been re- ceived of great loss of sheep on the various stations, owing to a continuance of wet weather having set in after shearing-some of theAstation owners having lost from 1000 to 1500 sheep. * ??'?">? Mr. Charles Cowper will leave Sydney for , Melbourne on Saturday next, as tho represen- tative of New 'Çoûth Wales at tho Confer- ence. Mr. «T. W. Smart will accomnanv him. -s \ \ K \ ' " EIFI^. MA'ion.VluXthe, Rifle Mutch, Sydney veftus Adelaide, èbe tjptal scored by Sydney is eighteen hundred and forty-two . Two bushrangers, vmates of Gardiner, . hamed Charles and James Gilbert, ? havo boen arrested at Dunedin.. ?''* NEW ZEALAND OHAMPION^filOB....

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PAYMENT OF MEMBERS—THE LATE APPOINTMENT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

PAYMENT* 03- ¡MEMBEES-THE ? ' LATE APPOINTMENT OE SUPEEIN . . TENDENT Ol?'« ROADS. ÁÑOTtínpatriotic tnembor bf tho;Assembly, ¡a about to sell ] his '4»ngUtpeDt^|^Mr.\'-Jumes Hos? kins, inoñibor of tho Assembly for tho" Northern Gold KelaVis to.be creatod :Superintendont of Roads, so bo says, with a salary:of ,£600 a year. Tho'' appointment'-' W'j'jtbis'-j'ftllöw^to; fill a situation, 'the. i duties1; of i'wbicbr ho knows nothing: about, is...one,, of . . the -moat -^ bare- faced jobs .which tho' Öoy'erhmput'has wdr perpe- trated, and it'fc' diffieult to i say whqtlièr.it reflects the greatest infamy on the recipient ortho donor. Hoskin's career, during the laBt aoasibn pr, two, boa boon such that ho deserves to be hold up as a mark for tho finger of scorn. Truckling arid bul lying*by turns-ffawning liko a spaniel whon kicked, and behaving with insolonco. when ho thought it safo' to do sp-his support or opposi- tion lo a mousúre hus'always been'givon with an eye to tho chance ii affo...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

' . QUEENSLAND. ' . . From tho 'Queensland Guardián ? wo quote us follows :- I ;. . . Mr. T. P. .Pugh, for some yoars pnsb,ocUtor and publisher of our coutemporar.y. ? <;ho. Courier,: haB relinquished connection .with that journal. He is1 about to start a ¡ weökly. newspaper on his own account. /Ihe^now. journal will'.bo ¡called the,- WeeMy ,? Harald: ? ^ A; white man has been discovered in- tho Kennedy districts, who had boon among/ tho natives of-the coast-- since' ,1846. I .HOJ was carpenter of the Bhip Peruvian;-, .which,1, sailed! from Sydney wto. ,Ghina i iù;4184ft^and - was1, wrecked near tho Barrier Reef.-.. No parti- culars aro : known at present .with, tho ex- ception of tho fact that the man has been ?found. ' ' . ? ?? ? ; '-v.' \ > .".'? ? The small settlement, recently-.;formed . at tho pioneer (better known as 'the,-Mackay) River, between Rockhampton . àpd 'Port Denison, appears to be going a-Head.\ A correspondent writeB to us, " it is 'pstimatod that no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

GR 0 S S E* at Ol "_ >" .^ACKWELL'S .& \ S'T O R E S,. Just landed, ex VeYnon, /on/isting of a's. sorted pickles, whijfc oVíon/, Boyer's relish kalos gncsus' suucè^JoTtM rafobcrriesj and black currants, luarmalad/s, /s/lad and cas- tor oils, &c, PALSEB AND ÉOWLISHAW, MARKET 'HOUSE, : CORNISH. OP GEORGE AND'MARKET STREETS, S Y D N E Y . STEAM COFFEE WAREHOUSE, 426, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. JOSIAH HARPUR BEGS leave to inform his friends and'íhé public in the Northern districts, that iii order to extend "the business for many years carried on by himself, under the style of "Josiah Harpur and Co.," he has entered into partnership with a gentleman of suf- ficient capital to cany on lj/s previous ex- tensive business nounccmcnt J. patrons that the him in a posi ' house in the ci rely on every ^ orders, with promp is an- ns old places îth any lends may their d MODERATE AS BEFORE^ JOSIAH HARPUR AND ßQ. This arrangement was entered into m September last, and the first, direc...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. .. PBESENT : The Mayor, Aldermen French Payne, Jordan, 0. Avery, and: Jones, i, /,' ?. . _ ; ; MINUTES. \r:-:';>'-:.. Tlio minutes of tho last meeting -were rea* and confirmed. ' ( , IfOTIOES ,OF MOTIONS. :v^ :":, Aldorman Avery to movo,-^" That tin Improvement Committee : oxamine ,Wharf street, from the river to the bridge, and ,tba a sum of money' be placed on tho estimate for the year 1863." 1 , e,,V ,j' .: Aldorman Jordan to move,-" That . thj Improvement Committee examine^ Pound street, ..between Mary and "Prince aireóte in orderio provide,; a: plan for making th< road passable .V' v \ , t . Alderman Jordanna jnovè,-"Thatthelm Erovemenb Committoo examine Queen-str.eet etween'Fitzroy and Bacon-streets, in order to provide a plan for making.tho road, pass, Alderman 0. Avery to move,-" Tliat o Bum of monoy bo placed on tho estimates OJ 18G3, for tho purposo of repairing tho bridge in Wharf-stroet, and tho construction of. t hand bridge in Through-s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

l"|W-ÓTICE.--Mr. ARTHUR CUBITT is | . ?f^,(the sole'--agent-for -the Clarence and, )ffichmond¡Examinh\at Sydney, and no' . other party is authoriísedíto r receive ,adver . tisements or, subscriptions for this journah RICHARD STEVENSON, Troprietor.' .Examiner Oflico, Grafton, Maróh XOth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

r\''#^ïïC.ATlOW, 1 r MRS. WIBLEN will OPEN A SELECT fSCHO0L/for GIRLS and LITTLEi-BOYSy on MöNDAY Mareil 29th. ^Tcrms; ; niodei'atííywliich can , bc knowhon apppcatkn/ . N.'B.'.^Childrcn/ frAn the country boarded and educated yu moderate terms. Only a: limited number>nvill bc received. ? , Mrs. . WIBLEN, Bacon-street, late Residence\of Dr. Richards, . !.. NO T I C«E. rrtllE KIRCIINEltSTAOTy SAW MILL is now in full \*rk jrenin, and a stock of1 Cut Ocdary Vino/and«ttnrdwood, ; Staves, Spokes, Fellow, /Vhi4i>w Sashes, and ready madó, doorsJal\/ays on hand. FOR; SALE, also/Stone Lime, Coal j Tar, Smiths' Coal, aricUfl?ortland Cement. WANTED, TW ment for;twôgoj£han Cheap ^Furniture . S' Grafton. - \ \ INET employ AVIES/ Prince-street, WANTED A ?SERVANT. . M'DONÂpî Austn Graftoni' / ^ à iE GENERAL to' Mi». R. ' South WANTED A: G,ENER#L JIOUSE SERVANT. Ap/y/to %^ L. JACOBS, Junction Inn. fl . 7^ WANTED, a FEMALE^GENERAL T " SERVANT. App^f ii Tattersall5* Hotel "BRI(DKS! ¿ "/BErCKS ! ...

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

PRODUCE1 CIÏÏCULÀÀS. \ fe A WHOLESALE. ' ' . )' jj/fi, [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.V] H // WE hare not many ohonges vi importando to report for tho post. ^ . ; .? Wheat and flour continuo without alteration ¡ and it scorns pretty ovidont that both aro at the lowest now ?Mateo owing to arrivals of tho now crop is rather duller: now has boo'nsold'at 8s;' Od.'' tb r4s. Od. and old at about Ss. ? ,,.ÏI...T,'-\ ? Wollongong Buttor is vory piontiful, and has fallon 'o ls. for bcBt. - ^ ., , , Bacon-Gd. to 8d. por lb. for primo Darloy-8a; Gd toT4s poi- busho!;. . : , . :. Bron,,ls' ? ... ,.; ¡s^rí/i i" , Butter-Od. to ls'per'lb'. Flour-finost Town-£13 per tori V :' ? Ditto-flnost Adoloido, £13 ta£13.10s ponton*' Dittoj.flno Country," £10. to £11, do./¡f,¡ .., 'Hides; heavy- oaoh'6s.'tá:\2a. '' -:^:-' Hay-Lucoruo, £b"to £7_p'or tohí^1'-! ?Maizo-Cs. por biishol ? ' ??? . ?:. ¡ t Ditto-Now, 3s Gd to 4s Cd ' '''-?<. Calves-10s to 40s oaoh ?" ' !. ' ?:..'? . ii:.".» I Cheeso-Sd to 6d...

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GRAFTON POLICE COUET. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

GRAFTON POLICE COUET. : TUESDAY. - BEFORE Captain Hill, P.M. Two partios were brought up charged with drunkenness and . disorderly conduct, and having pleaded guilty, were admonished and discharged. ....... WEDNESDAY. - , .Before Mr. A Lardner, J, P. . . ? 'STEALING. '. ¡ John M'Grath was brought : before the Bench, charged with stealing a watch,, the Soperty of the Bov. J. J. Murphy. Sergeant eegan deposed i'-^-That . understanding a warrant had. been issued 'for.the -prisoner's apprehension on the abovo charge, he . took him into custody on Wodnosday morning ; after his apprehension he found such. was not the .cose* and- asked, that be -might, be i discharged « froih .' custody. ] - Discharged accordingly.: i .' "\- :. ^ .? :'.;>?';.?? ! ;? UNSOUND -HIND. ' . ( ! < Adam Boyle waB brought up in the custody of'constable Ford fen thojahargo of being without lawful moan's : of. support, ; and ap- parently of. unsound\mind.. The prisoner, who was a very old man, was appre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 17 March 1863

Steam to Sydn« an/ R/R.^f. N. s ÄTE/MSHJP TH fi for SYDNEYr":TÖ^ÜKROW*-(WED.-.;, NESDAY) MORNING, nt daylight. 4wm&&~FiSHER/Agent.; ---H Australian Joint- Stock/ Bank. NOTICE.-This Bank wäfin future be CLOSED EYZIUf ^.TURDAY, at lending on the 10th CLOSED. E 12 o'clock, a.m., instant. HENRY CUTHBERT, Manager. Grafton,£6M' Januaryf/18G3. - Bank Holiday. ?VTOTICE.^-THIS ¡DAY ti^ 17th; in-; stant, beingW. Pafcftck^JJay, i will be: observed'aa a H(^IDAra hy'this Bank, v, HENRY CmHmJiS!, Manager. Australian Joint S^ock Bank, Grafton; 9th Marcti,'.1863. ": BALES OP'BLANKETS. sizes ; also scarlet, . -White, four id the, bought early in the scason^o tj^t jm\jj BARGAINS. ron FCASH may bepveif ; now is 'tho tune to save moriev.v__/ CAM PA;E L L' S CLARENOS RIVER STORES, ' ; ' . Cr'"Bf A F-T 0 N. , W',B. CAMBELL having' lately *» f'. ^purchased-S-quantity ¡.'ofv. HAIR NETS/,.wide* cotton : fringes,' straw hats; wide and . narrow ' worked flouncing^ Ea'dies' dress caps, -&am...

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