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Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 May 1893

Port Arthur Twenty Years Ago. [By Rieoel.] {Continued from our last.) We had proceeded some distance perhaps a mile — when our guide sud denly asked us what we thought of the '' Arch.' We looked over the cliffs in the natural expectation of seeing an immense arch of rock pro jecting from the land into the water, with its outer base buried beneath the sea. But nothing could we see. Turning to him for information, we were told that we were standing upon the arch itself. He then led us in land some distance, when we came upon a vast rent in the ground, a great number of feet across and about three times as long as broad, running parallel with the face of the cliffs out side. So deep was this awful chasm that it was impossible to see the bottom from where we stood, only the lower portion of the opposite wall being visible to the eye. Proceeding to the end of the rent, we obtained a view of the bottom, which lay several hundred feet below, on a level with the sea; the waves of which roll...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 May 1893

i The Hobart | Exchange. r STAFFORD BIRD AND CO. Having secured convenient and com modious premises in. the New Market (Exhibition Building), Hobart, we have removed from our old premises, 1 Davey-street, and are now carrying on business as Property, Produce, Stock, and Share Brokers House, Land, and Estate Agents Shipping and Carrying Agents ;; General Merchants and Commission '% Agents i Everyone wishing to buy, sell, or tease - Houses, Lands, Farms, or Orchards, should communicate with ub. Careful attention will be given to all commissions for the purchase or sale of Stock, Shares, Produce, or other Property No better Depot or Saleroom can be found in the city for Farm, Orchard, Garden, and Dairy Produce. - We solicit regular consignments of Bacon, Butter, CheeBe, Eggs, Hay, ©ats, Wheat, Chaff, Potatoes, Vegetables, Fruit, etc., and undertake to return the best prices obtain able. Consignments of all kinds may be for warded with confidence that they will re ceive ererv attention,...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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FREE SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 May 1893

fREE SPEEGH. While ' reconstruction ' is the favo rite pastime just now with colonial banks, ' retrenchment ' appears ix- be the ruling passion with colonial Governments. There is something infectious in both of these forms of financial recreation, and it is unfortu nate that the ' reconstruction ' in fection will not be confined to ' sol vent ' banking institutions, nor the ' retrenchment ' contagion to such big bodies as Australasian Govern ments. The 'reconstruction' fever will be caught badly by smaller insti tutions and private individuals, who will be only too ready to rebuild their tottering fortunes on the 'time- payment ' system ; and the 'retrench- ment ' epidemic will spread to mer cantile houses and other centres of business and industry until the un fortunate employees and operatives are subjected, as a part of the fever treatment, to the very unpleasant process of ' sweating.' ' Sweating.' Yes, that's the word, and the only fitting word to express the trend and the eff...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 May 1893

For Sydney (Direct) f THE FAST AND POWERFUL S.S. ' T A S M A N I A,' \ 2252 Tons i (By far the Largest VosboI in the Trade), \ PERCY W. BULL, Commandeb, I Leaves Dunn-street Pier, Hobart, on f TUESDAY, 23rd May. r at 8 p.m. I Splendid Sraeious Promenade Decks, I Electric Light Throughout the Ship. Large I and Well-Ventilated State Booms. Fore f Cabins Unsurpassed in any Vessel Afloat. FARES— Saloon, 40s., Roturn 60s. ' Forocabin, 20s., Beturn 30s. From Launceston to Melbourne. r _ if THE EXPRESS PASSENGER S.S. 'COO GEE,' FRED. CARRINGTON, Comma.ndeb, Leaves Launceston Wharf (avoiding the necessity of transhipment) at 2.16 p.m., after arrival of Honart Express Train gt on the following days : K MONDAY. 22nd, H FRIDAY, 26th. *f ? WEDNESDAY, 31st. FARES— Saloon, 25s ; Beturn, 40s. Fore-Cabin, 15s ; Return, 25s. Launceston Agents: The Tasmanian Woolgrowers' Agency Co., Limited. (Office on Wharf). HOBABT OFFICE6 : Lower Davey-street. HUDDAET, PARKER & CO., Limited. FOOTBALL. S.T....

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 May 1893

PREMIER DRESSMAKING Establishment. Noel White AND CO.'S SPECIALTIES for AUTUMN and WINTER SEASON. COSTUME COMPLETE, perfect fit and in the latest st}rle, in 30/' Homespuns, Meltons, Net cash. Fancy Checks, Tweeds, Foules, Beige, etc., etc. Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made, in any of following materials, Plain and Fancy Navy and Bl&ek Serges, Bengalines, English aud 39/6 Scotch Tweeds, Wool Diago Netcash. nals, Corduroy Amazon Cloths, Cashmeres, Home spuns, Fancy Check Tweeds, etc., etc. A marvel for style and price. Send for samples. COSTUME COMPLETE, tailor made Silkspot Cheviots, Cotilles, Epingles, Croco dile ami Flake effects in Tweeds and Homespuns, 50/' Fancy Cheviots, Vicunas, Net cash Navy and Black Serges. Best French Cashmeres in all leading shades. All Wool Robing, German Robes, embroidered, etc.. etc. Send for samples. COSTUME ' COMPLETE, tailor made Velour-de-Russe shot effects, English anc Scotch Tweeds, all wool Diagonals, Amazon Cloth 59/6 Silk...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 20 May 1893

MUSINGS. FBv Jacques.1 The Hobart Tramway Act was passed November, 1884. The conces sion was granted to a company, stated to be duly incorporated, and there is no power given to 6ell or assign. ? Section 77 gives power to the Govern ment, without consulting Parliament, to purchase the tramway and all its belongings, with all its lights, privi leges, powers, and advantages what soever, both existing and prospective. The tramwaj-s were to be constructed within three years, or such further time as the Governor-in-Council saw fit to allow. The GovernorinCoun cij did give extended time, but even tually refused any further extension, and to all appearance the Act lapsed. # ? ♦ In spite of the Act being apparently dead, in August, 1889, an Act was passed to amend the Tramway Act. Public meetings were held to oppose and it got hung up in a most ridicu lous manner, but in the end passed with the wharf tramways struck out. The tramways were to be commenced within 12 months and completed withi...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

jt COMMISSIONTtGENT, ?k desitfes to inform !hUi town and? countey % fripndB that he *ns 6TiBM3D ! iDOBKF BUSINESS aeaboTo Bad will, be *»lenBea to v reoaivo coiumiB8iohB:'iA.ddres8,-HQBA!RT: S1'OOK EXOHAftGBoi- BSMtomy streets ' t^EED ¥$K$Y, .i^j^um.' Bpw^i' ) Adflressi: CB,re,,ypsl\)ri3ioVj^f--B.,,p.oltiiW;^^ Ti A Jtf ' E-''S* .,sl.l-.:.E:::t Ny J fruit Merchant* OoramiBsiomAgWit, etey,* ^ — n — r*-~r — j * . j ) ._ , ' — \-\ in,' ? ' ? 1L- ,- ''- I — jll ' u M' 4 VthtiW 'l^r-vi'iii it- fi^w^^lr'' '' . ' CQMMIJSSI'OS A&E&Ti ' '-'. !'.' stock :^oSA^g^;:,6ptiyf^-8t.-: .; ; B Oiy&I A r bin at I ,ti Condition Fojpjd : ! itor i j . ?? ?; h-5es#s, {jattle, .^tfa& £f-3&, &v ,. Sebuisci. an Award. Melbourne ftxlujbifaph, ? , 1888. i j ; . ' ' I ? ' . .'??,. in ftAGS.p^LY. 3p6d,,' .;'; . None Genuine with'pjtf; ourTWji'M-arkaiid, Title. Manufaotureii by W.;bOO^. & CO. 10'AB.GYLi!-STREET, pob'art. ' ''' .' ., \ Robert Jackson, .::.';, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

J. C. To I man, fl 27 Old Mab&it. |§ Sydney a nd all Colonial Coals. H Steam cut Firewood to r.ny Length. H At Loweil Possible Prices, for Cash. Hj 'T'EAMWAT BOOT SHOP, B MiSOFACTOES AND IMPOETEE, H 212 Elizabeth -street. |H The best article in Hobart supplied at H the Lowest Po,,3ible Price. GH INSPECTION INVITED. ONT CEY, JOHNNY, HAVE YOU SAID YOUE PEAYEES f Yes, Father. Are you done now. What was the last prayer you said ? Bless old Tom Appleby for sending this Cheap Meat, and saving us from living on rabbits this three mouths. Well done, my boy T. Appleby, OLD MAEKET. C. KEEN, I BAKER, Corner Liverpool and Barrack Streets. | THE BEST BEEAD IN THE CITY. ] Eaglehawk Hoteir I J. A. WATKINS has taken the above, and trusts by courtesy and attention wil ,! receive the support hithorto accorded him. [ The B'st Alos, Wines, and Spirits Only. Single Buttles at Wholesale Prices. ||

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

A meeting to discuss tbe unem ployed question is called for to-night, at tbe Town Hall. Mr. Stafford Bivd will deliver an address. As the meeting is purely for a philanthropic cause, and not by any means political, it is hoped that all who have a sug gestion to make will attend. A meeting of tbe Tasmanian Labor League was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Melville-street, on Tuesday eveniog last. There was a good muster of the members. The priu o'pal item for discussion was the question of the Government adver tising for the making of uniforms for tbe railway service in the other colo nies. After the matter bad been well thvaslied out, a motion was passed condemning the action of the Goveri meDt in seudiug out of the colony for uniforms when they could be manu factured locally. At tbe meeting of the International Miners' Conference now being held at Brussels, ihe motion in favour of an eight hours' labour day was carried by a large majority. Out of delegates representing 900,000 min...

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LABOR NOTES. QUEENSLAND GENERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

Labor Notes. QUEENSLAND GENERAL ELECTIONS. Seven seat* were contested last Saturday, but two of these, Wan ego a'id Mitchell, wei« so close tbat ?»i«r i-etuvns may yet alter tbe re st'1 l;s. However,' allowing one. sent to i;he Labor party and one Minis teiia1. the pobii ion will stand thus : — Minisrerittl ... ... 38 Labor ? 17 Opposition ... ... 7 Independent ? 8 AM the Labor member* are pledged to oppose the policy of the present Goveyp'nent. Allow' ug, therefore, fov foij.i1 5otlepeodeni« vol-'njy w'ih (he Gove--iute-it a'nl ihe oi.ber four WM.h the Opposition, ihe respective sides W'H be approximately : — Min'steviel ? 42 Oppooiiwi ? 28 T'.ie ooeuiug of Parliament on Thursday was pm.ely formal.

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SPORT TIT BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

Sport Tit Bits.. There was an entertainment at tbe . Hobatt Athletic Club rooms on Wednesday evening last, provided by the instructor, Mr Harry Fearoe, for members only. There j were a couple of lively bouts, the first being between Dan Lyons and Bob Symes. After the first round the long 'un did not look the most comfortable man on earth, for his opponent simply did as he liked with I him. Flynn and Jim Baxter then hod a I set to. The former was evidently under I the impression tbat his mission was to 1 knock Baxter out, but iu the third round I Flynn received such a rude shock tbat the I referee was forced to cry ' Hold, eDough.' I Baxter quickly dispelled any idea FJynn I might have as to who was the best man. | Mr. Poavce introduced Mr. Clifford, of I Melbourne, to tbe audieDCe. Clifford said I that be came to Tasmania on business. He I was open to box any man in the island, 1 Dick Jones preferred. Ho alleged that ho | had challenged the hitter, but Joues did 1 not accept. Next M...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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MUSIC AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

Music and the Stage. [Bt Kbino.] ' As we anticipated a few weeks ago, the local amateurs have not been id'e during the time our h'striouic ard lyric visitors held full sway with us of the 'Boards that ro\y.-esevL ihn world.' Mr. Mackenzie undertook the somewhat berculeau iat-lc of moulding a large and ou'y too ?esdi'v volvuteeriuj mas? of esseufc'a'ly local and raw musical and diuumie male rial into somekbi'ig like fe!-;-|)e. a'd presented the satisfactory i-esuUof 1'is self-'tupobed hard labor as h-.s con tribution to ovr noineious arunse n?*nts on Queen's BVibday, in the production by his 'Juvenile Op*ra, Conipauy'Vof Gilbei'i-Sfllivan'ti dour old popular ' Pirates of Pewj.ore' nt the Teuipei-ai'ce Hall couveiied for tbe nooce, and veiy sucuesfei'nlly loo. into tbe (see Eeuiley ou CbniwU v. Stage) jmoch controverted ?' play house.' The plaiifo? -n, eueuded lo a .proper s-::e. suited ibe pi)-;iose very well, and showed off tbe bngl't p'ld creditable scenery, and (be hcoukmc propert...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

I Ed.Mulcaf ? HAS OPEjNSJD. ft - ~t«* I :! 7 ' A Winter ClotJwnf; ^ i — and I ; 10 gases; r i of the LATEST STYLES :, of Materials for his TAILORING DEPARTMENT Although he has entirely given up his Drapery Business, he reminds his patrons that he is continuing his TAILORING & CLOTHING BUSINESS at y 80 Murray - street, | this being now I HIS SOLE ADDRESS. ! MEN'S SUITS, MEN'S OVERCOATS, BOTS' SUITS, BOYS' OVERCOATS, JUVENILE SUITS, JUVENILE OVERCOATS. THE BIGGEST STOCK IN THE ISLAND. 80 MURRAY- STREET IMPORTANT NOTICE. EDWARD MULCAHY begs to inform his friends in Hobart and throughout the Colony that, having disposed of the whole of the Drapery stock in his late establish ment, 96 Liverpool-street, to Messrs. W. Henry & Co., he is now giving his entire attention to the TAILORING, CLOTHING, and MEN'S MERCERY business, which will be continued at 80 MU RRA Y - ST REE T, which will in future be his sole address. In making the above announcement, Edward Mulcahv sincerely t...

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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CARRICK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

CARRICK RACING CLUB. The Birthday meet of the Carrick Racing Club was favored with fine weather. The following are the results : — Sill wood Handicap. — Napier, 1 ; Marjory, 2 ; Nepean, 3. Hurdle Handicap.— Western, 1 ; Glim light, 2 ; Merry Soul, 3. Caiiiok Plate. — Coleraine, lj Rustic, 2; White Rose, 3. Steeplechase-Telephone, 1 ; The Clown, 2. Westwood Handicap.— Napier, 1 ; Cole raine, 2 ; Nepean, 3. A protest against the winner was upheld, the race being awarded to Coleraine.

Publication Title: Clipper, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

}x lixijj iSJ.iJL'J.A.u.L' - llnJXJStl) uUuJi 1OTEL, and plvced it under the MAKAaE ibbt op Hrsia»arWi»O*«fil:'liB?ngal80in sonstant attanJance .himse'f.. those. w,hp,, rested with ov*y%1$lMS!l'J c. r. DE-J^asEv, ;HEAPE3EJT3DOn SBnBSIK)HOBABT. Ladies' Kangaiqp Shoos, fojfi ? -. — i LadilsB I nOlO&^ Olfi I i Ladies' LaffrBootsj 6a6i .,-, 18t LrVEBPOOLJITBEET HOBABT. 0 AS ENGINE FOE SALE, very cheap, ? .in.ij i SBSTjBpmrllR-^F'fjrOBA000S AND CWABS. Double Books on all Events. j 'Let's drink t^eiBer Friendly.' 1 ,„ Joiners?/ iHote I » :;// .;: ..'.-.atAoQtKfetEUjTfcaE^/.'i'.'-rii1 j !? c o.^JooiyBif.iptooPBiraiTOfi.^1'- T 1 .m k it in i.trrifj (iii.i/.:j.r]--. tr^r«n6r.«WifcoT Bathurststreet. I ?A'y/.J.V.'M-fW.W M.YA'\ j Tables and Conifortable Boom. I Wine and Spirits of Best Brands. v I vnin'.riT.-7«-»iO«ipr-k*ptT-.f(l ???'Wi Cnc.U ^ ! ln'ri./MiUtl J.oifi^ -,.)» ^ Good Stabliko and Luchjage Vans ok ':i -v/x/.:]'\ Hots; vn mi'I '-miT ' i ? 2'.''i'r'!''ii'''i;-F?'tftTBT. 1 . ,....

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THE TURF. T.R.C. AUTUMN MEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

THE TURF. T.R.O. AUTUMN MEET. The winter meet of the T.R.C., which took place on the K4th, was thoroughly enjoyed by its patrons, being favored with mud weather. The course was rath*? heavy, a fact which tended to give the punters a good day's outing. The atten dance was only moderate. lor the Ma'den Glen Isle was first favo rite. At the start Freedom led the way, but after trying the fiwt hurdle, spoilt any chance he had by negotiatng the railing off the course. Glen Me and Valour then ook up the running, and they maintained that position with Marc Antony following till Bearing the six furlongs when Valour cune to the front. At the half-mile Pat (rjme fortmd to the third place. Entering the straight Glen Isle closed up to Valour and the pair negotiated the last sticks together. Here Pat went dowo, Valour winning by a short length from Glen Isle, Helene third, followed by Mars Antony, Rbinegold, with Freedom a long way to the rear. Time, 3min. 8lseo. Tote div., £2 6s. The Winter Han...

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LONGEST SWIM ON RECORD. A DISTANCE OF SEVENTEEN MILES WAS COVERED [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

iONCff:»,«5 [?] : Tiwloueeat.fiwiHi'iejrer mate ^t3)out Vff \ 4id of axtfi&ci$ bpfe^upji^pte-flrj^eyvpi-fi, - ; Bfe-puitiB, etp.^pslf, fi*de % .^P}^ , ftnocV,, 4 Tfa'Tudutti, Eujfliina, beachnian, 57 iXea^.' id,go in October last, tbe night of October ;4,1S3£.., ,0n fie a.f(fiTiooa. on.he.MUi Brock is A 1no-iceil/ft' slity 'at^sea1 il^Dallin^ 'got1- aijiflot:- 'HeV idcoiupauy'lwiiln nlbe 1 olher EeameD. Slart«il Tot f.'ie resael la tbe yawl Tncrearse. : - At 4 o'clcipt they caube'njpl' . 4longeidd1 bi ebipj rfhicl}'P»'Ov«di to be^ue l^panisb In'g Parqueitede bilboS. '???? .?''? ? ! . A pilot atadt-bree Ueacbmon wbro-put'on Uoai-d and ('ue Tnci-e.ise was ifoettlieadMfoY shdfe.wbiMi whs 12 wrileB diatanti At 6.30 .q'clock. wben toe nearest liid-mis aifc'' miles .off.'-R! sqtmU Eii-jttlie IooreaBe, and diownediUon ^otiJecoept Broot. ? i^rcfix tihe! wayi^Jiu flood j(Ac-e wag beating 'o$- 1 slAjreiit-'BOOji^bebMne ov'dcWt to the man 'iu: -)he water that if lie ever did ?mtitmgle ...

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CLACKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

ipeMfv I ijlilutBtMhls jfi|l--ran on, I AJnfritaeverkJBflMk, ft, BefUIieii'a ears utHWe raok.'— HUn was hooteStthe opening of the ImpHB InstituteMb all present were of BEerial-blue HBd brand »ar ranted, -ffiSB-oting pro«Bathe qualtff of tha hmnlltffce bad bloHPB M to ibdffiE&ucien W It her MBph ?liai home-life with 'guipure curtains to dis oeWt&d husbands Jto provide, mean* Of |Sg bE, ««*«&. i&f&Sge^ mean plurality ot votes for the husband. «^*romen*rew'=e«empted=-i©mH»yingr taxes, then it would only be fair for them to have a say jn£he SdiBtributton of/thdnij If an estimate was taken of the amount' paid-in taxes by wometi only ?owuriderable jlight would be thrown on the subject. That Conservative anti-progress still rules . in the Upper House cim be »een by the most Impartial observer. Woman in her , quick conception of new. ideas (as - in' fashion), originality of thought andbujie'r- ' abundance of energy, must iii; the evolution iof progres...

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MINING NOTES AND TIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

Mining Motes and Tips [By ' Gnomb.'] Developments at the Silver Queen, mine have been somewhat astonishing flaring the past week and hara fully verified my prediction that intending purchasers will have occasion to regret the opportunities they have allowed to slip for purchasing in at a low figure. After the last report of the Mercury's special shares rose on the Stock Exchange, selling freely at between 23s. 6d. and 27s. A deter mined attempt was made last Satur day evening to ' knock out ' Queen shares, starting at 27s., and being offered down to 22s. 6d. Every ohare offered at the lower figure was eagerly secured and the ' knocker out ' failed for onoe. Shares hardened consider ably last night. Westerns have eased a bit during the week, but the returns from the mine, as usual, have been splendid. Kings have continued to drop and buyers of this stock ai« sby just now, the latest sale being one for £25. S Shareholders in the Queen would be glad to see weekly reports from tbe minin...

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A GERMAN BEER DUEL. THE BIGGEST HOG IN THE CROWD DRANK 78 GLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Clipper — 27 May 1893

Km&m^Bm THE BIGGBSBi-Kfl'OaflJf.ii-fllSE -©BfOWO' DEA!N^K^;G«.A'efigS'.n I .DUO*! VTOT ipondent) ycung studen^*(fe'^ilfpw Um irercityt9OT *KTO&sbbr^,T' 'WJWB i' WltSfe fiassos of Scbteffer-deoke^'%eek''U'hd'Wl MiaiJIghtfWiAiia'beidbTi^ei I*^?^ dot'^, be reckonings of bjniseTf ' /dii'd , bt^ -^omt,Vab aW'HJoM'W'fifl^tt1'^, -re3ent; in the event of both 'tJottaonuhft ;hat a.mount^twn OTjbrga of,iJxe oldest allows woulql £ii 4 UsenJIoj fccide the rery difficolf qv^uP1! asj$ |e]]icli of the wo was the more JntoxicAted, and be rou'd b«(T^.fc)/pajr](ill:^e^^s inpunqd. I Qft 1316 SritiDGL [ 1 , ,' ,. i[ ( t J ? J -W8.,f£l%3?'^^^i ?iiWi.feW'fS'ri p* a.^HQinerifs t^r^r«,^niicboit^5*.''.)t,, |,,i : ^olWp'^^sf -^:^fiPqf1^ftW'i,|jffif»»« bnt .,'Ap .'comJttg^cyBjba',;, »ffd «; bond od Biudeuta 'assenibiel in the l^vge 4-Koiut.e.d l^U, to w.U:Bess aje^i^ac.^v^nlT.' PuriQ}«a.Hy at 7,p.m.,tlie J,2 .^wng JeJ^we, toot ^jpi^i^'at a en,ec-ajly,,a«ra9ge,4. Ifible. . A..|.'-e-vde|i)t anfl...

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