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GIPPSLAND GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

GIPPSLAND GUT OCLUB.. .: Tha following is the; lesult:e 0f the Sshooting"' at Stratford yesterday : .A1ANDIAPrinOOTiNO MIATOII; Five birds each,.?IUnrestricted usneof both barrels. ':Prizesr L4,L2f.L1. H.'Sundlhrmali, 20tyards, l1',1,:'1 lr i..5l " IM'Lean, 206'yahrdn' 1,1 11., 0' W! Vright,.24 yards ,i,1,!,1 ,or 5 H. Rpeynold;.Q'J 4rds, 0,1,1;1,1 ...1 41 Major Wilson, 30 yards, 0,11,,1',1 i 4 'G A. Carpenter,: 9yds,;0,1i1,F ... 4I J. A. du Mouli, jun., 27 .ytid 'WV. Bryan, 2 yrdsl 1,0,1,1,1 -....,.4 G:.Baylis, 26,yards, 1,1,1,1,0m: ... 4 F. Waebb, 25 yards, 1,1,1,10 .h ' 4 J. Swan, 24 yairds,,;1,1;:... 4 M; Niohlolon, 23 yards, I',01,i1:.. I4 G..Lyndon, 23:yards,0, -,1,.1, :;,.. 4. S. Drakeford, 23.yard,, 1,0,1,1,0 ,. 1 3 J..Colegate, 23 yards,.1,1;1,0,03..;.. 3 H; Luxford, 323.yards, 1,0,1,0,r :;, 2 A. J. Palmer, 23 yardl '1;0,10r' "! 2i P. Harbeck, 27 yards, 1?0,0r , 1 S.:Basford, 23 yards, 0,0i1,00.:: .;.i 1 A. Clues; 23"yard, 0,0,r ... STIRE. FOR THY.TItOIIIFZ S'. I. Sundsrman ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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HORRIBLE DISCOVERY IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

HORRIBLE DISCOVERY In IRELAND. A strange discovery has been made in Limerick ;by street scavengers in cleariing Boiwdy's-sane, aiarrow passage leading fronm Thomians-street to Roche's street. They found beneath a heap of aphes and refuse: matter, the bodies of four children. :The' bodies when dis covered lay in a pool of water, from. which they `were icked out Iby watch men. It .wa believed at first that the remains were those of- three children, but medical examiriation showed that out of four two bodies ~era complete, hut of theIotlher two there were only pasta Three of the children had arri-. ved at maturity, and were in the opinion of the doctors horn alivsei'' The fourth was ai ieven ionitlish child, and may, too halve ?en born alivo. :Death must have occurred six months ago.: ;The jury returned an open verdict. The police have set an iriquiry on foot, but have not yet obtaiied any clue to the mys terious affair...

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BISHOP MOORHOUSE AT THE CHURCH ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

HISHOPG MOO?LOUSE' AT .HE CHURCH ASSEMBLY. \V .e -pr it- froa the " Argus"' the ,following. xtract ftoil.tlithe address of *thinsleilred and gifted i'irelato, to the Ohinrch of .iglitnd Assmibly in tllil-. li;ahi?ie ofiiI iidziy?,hiat, wliieli ?so thih': lircatlies i Jisrit of go?l feeling ntid god 'viiohs towanrds 0ll'diiooiiinations, aid iiiodivi tintlicry; oireicie of Chris 'tiifiity.~ Iii sp?aking, off the,;i lecture 1recently dellivured ly ? M. Jostiei - Ill inubothani: : 'nl. 'after-iiif. ioxliautitv' 'xposition of its'; ilifi'uthih ii:''toiicluilces iil i.th,-oSn gaiid' 'ifliblil"'U rild :- vHio;I Ipokeii toolhotly 0) liri thern vitll too little Loiid:ratioi forthe groit' ,lfiliti, ad trniparisr nt sincerity of't le learned lecturer wlose .utternces?j I ; e' undertaken to criticise."V'Mly e~iru?,n"I, that .Ihave spoken of,hirilthlori?? iiot, of:liii?ilf.~ or hilieelf, I f?it'f, God iiovws;,iiotlihghit allietionate respeict. Hc.has done for us what Rd many of our ;critic ?refu...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

: Coaches, &c, (OBB and CO.'s COACHES 'leave CRITERION HOTEL. SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.m. dily (Sunday 'exceptd), arriving, at liWinsdslo at 7.30 p.m. Faro, 10a. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.'s Ofte, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Maffra" and Newry' . ROYAL MAIL.! A COACH will RUN DAILY ieetwoer . nabove places, leavingNowlyr daily a8 9,45 am., affra 11.15 a m., arriving at gale at 12.45 p.m, and return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for: Mtafra and Newry. ;.- i ( Passengers and parcels booked at the following places :- ': :'; . :.. Sale, Criterion Hotel; fiaffra, J Knox's Mfetropolitan Hotel; arid at "Rwlin's eowry Hotel. . : J. FISHER.' I.YfIELD TO 31AFFRA.':' m?r Conveyance between the nhove * plaoes will be DISCONTINUED unil further, notice.d Any parcels ,that' 'cni be forwarded on horsback will be duly delivered... All pareols must be prepaid, sad any for Seaton. or Glenmaggie will be ;orarded by H .IMaxf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

FOUND, oon Sunday Iasi a DARCK r OVERCOAT, Owner cnn have it oii c 1'alfng;ci~t;this i--·tl"""'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

Trade Notices. T. B. ABBOTT. & CO. CHEMISTS, D R U G G I S TS, DENTISTS, SALE AND ILAFFI A, TN THANKING the public for past J. favors and soliciting a coutlnuance of the 'support so liberally' accorded him, beogs to call attention to his SoP cltArtes,..many of which (more, parti cularly his Chlorodyne, Antibilious Pills, and Odontalgine) have commanded alarge sale forthe lastfourteenorfifteenyears,and proved eqial if not superior to all other preparations of the kind his CHLORUDYNE is pronounced by emin ent physicians and all who have' used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whatever organ and whatever cause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and quietude not obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refreshing sleep, and there are no bad, effects. It acts like a charni in Diarrhmoa, Dysentry, Colic,' Spasms Palpitition;and gives almost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma. Neuralgia, Hysteria, ...

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BRIAGOLONG. September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

..B...,RIAGoLo NG. I. (nRoM :u owN coi s krromar.NT. - September 24. NiaeTliursda riftighaikhothler public meotinllg ~ilIltak? tp?a$o ensider the assitedil immiigraiop i'rumotuion.i Reso lutions will;. lie lprbFpsesatidor action taken; '"so all' interesti?db 'liead better ruistier up:; ' t: :": , 'tri . TI 'grFtn meeting'etithi Town hITal. 'Melbourne, for :b purpose!of establishl ing ".a;WorkingiMen's;Club ista'refresh-. iiigiignof :thll timest;iitdho·s that a the "graindlprinciple iof, hnmatr'olidarity whicl i.tlthe true pra.dtitea:ch?rity, he giias,to'.be::felta arid'uiiderstood; thai people begin to sesIthat?:thilinorrant tir:idle,i:tlhe:.unleployedi'aereia dend' loss to;sooietyi ; that the bliest?rway to. socur hriappidress'aind! pleityi.fjr our tslhesais to:hold out, those?advjtntages to.all;. thatall may earn, sind, and co operatno in .the grisd':,indi?tripl and socinal:oiicert; : The obs lelwordasof the Rev CO.: Strong,-. we shall longr1ii mem be?r : What a pity such;'? man e...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

MELBOURE: GRAINI MARXKEi Messra. Greig and Murray held theli. liusal';weekl. gr? . sal??e o"Tuesday 25th inst. at tliiir 'ooms and ;olc as follows: - Wlhelt.-lMfixe 4. Saplei,i 4s. 7 ?i i,, Barley.=Eiglish 5s.s 5d.;- Malize.-s. Id.; Pea.---3s.- 7d,; Flour,-£10? er 10 bags, do. unbraindedsecognds £8 75s.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

SGENoRALlNLEWS "I Corhett, tihe Commerctl Banik roblwr having lproliised to' sho_ wher e hliad nsicreted thle 'gold, a party coisitingii of?' detectives accompanied by 'Ilr. Turnier; general manager of the hank welt;iut to yl'orliolo on Turlesday, ,wihi the prisooer who took thu diltecticesto a ospot' at' the'backi'of Reinsloi'ti aHoti1, lietween, what 'is kllow as thell ckl ik road anil the ,ea-chl, and on reachinig'a little clump of ti-tiree tlhPe prisoeor ilil i cated, that .the. gold wouldl: o found there: The deteetti ethetiocdiminerrccd dirging" naid a' -fwinohehs Ibelow the soil they foultl two liars of gold and a picklli bottle eontaining L7I1nin Inotes. On' another search.t hoipgl instituted a. feaw yarlds farther on.si: morei bLrs came to liight tlcisocoii pletingi dearly the whole of, tli missoing property.: Th aimount of treasure recorered lyit'iday wias eight barsiof, goldiR weighing :I612o.; Stalued at L2500; and.L71 iinhnotes.. On omaking.a calculation itwans. found t...

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STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

:-. STATE OF IRELAND. ~,Cardinal IM Cabe, in reply to a recent ..laddr;uia of. welcome present, d to him on hiB return to Irelandi by the Catholic Clergy:of Dubllin, it the Cathedral, re: ferred?for the 'first time to tile Papal Circular, and to the disobedient manner ,:inwhim'h it had been received by some 'of Mr.Parnell's followers.: His Emi .aencu,iin the course of his observations, siaid.tbe.great principle of unity with R-.ome, which.'alone 'can preserve the C?hristianity of the world, has ever had most unflinching asserters in the clergy of Dublin: For nearly thirty years .the :unlbroken srrearn of material help ,which has flowed into the treasury of the Holy Father, despoiled of. his ten - goral dominions by the enemies of reh .gion,,-has: roved.that the devotion of the Dublin Church was no mnere passing expression of eentimental devotion. Yet Sinis aid, generous according to our limi 'ytd enians; to .the Sovereign Pontiff would be of small estimation in the eyes of the Holy ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, 24th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

EUEROPEAN TELEGRAMS [cl,:rýttt.t laý,t. " ·,tu -- : .... ' ? " f ,i:iThl :lateusta dvices from ;Mfidaga;car 'statue that thel I, vas'lfao'S ýrduined. i (tiveoperaito's i ith'&w;ter?portion of: the island?, ?!ittl?at tl?" flj have re tikei, se'ivl ; of tli positions, in the Sakalavti country fronrwhich they,?oerr drivers by the Frenchiforced o i the first outhreal ofrliostilities.': '' Thire clhi fsa. Moirpoo?i antid Mapoch,: whioei' . wr'econtly. captured. by the Iodber,,,lwho vwivnt, to; the, assistance of Coutevayo havereentriedby therl , and sesntrrced.to deathfor insurrectio?n. A.disastrous.?explosion;took place ini thiq,rockat noraunfactory attached to the, Royalr:Navalr',lraenall l:atVWoolwichl . 'From somrs cause, as yet:uii?xplariised' a portiop pf tlie epl6siyep irgrtedl whrilii ii courseobf iq rrsufsrturre' and a ceno ofg' vet' excrte;ientt 'wtin. the result,, tlie rockets flyng about tliraeitrcets in, all drttiori:,?es 'woJ ronei werelilled in'. tlih rxplosion, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

Auctions. FAT AND STORE CATTLE. S SIAwFRA, FltmDAYgT,,r § - A WLEAN and CO. ivit at t1 i yards- t ' AFFRtA, FRIDAY ES 2 00 prime Fat Bullocks pnd (Jaw 30 superior Bullocks, quiet. U 30 superior BIulloks and Steors. y30° g 4aowsanld&eifers. (0 good?Bullocks, from Dalgo. . , , perri!SpoyeC wo,, n good . condition. 2s ne aobve !lot :*ro'brcd by +, J: Har- ~ jtt lPtl?oto'Tdbbho, anid have been nning "nab c at r lochan, aid octre, =alr con dt n : ,'.,,* =·'. - . - I " " ls HORSES HORSES to MAFFRA, M, NDAY, OCTOB RI,'. A. -MLA O. Ct natil at thleil if pQ sfle~ldt Horpcs from.t.i:l ti bsstg, ,cobe'ntings of :'bas ligh liarness, aitd Indian softsd. The above are reported a good lots in fair condition. . MAFIRA, TUESDAY, 2ae 00T.C e Bi. ucted by Mln.Moonr alio is lea at fng fTor Illiourne, to teil, aot!e thegbo 'OtiBeI Q 4 1 tune, Tweeds, &c. Consisting of 100 yrrdu of Tweeds 1 d Sorgs, oval ani square Tdalis; Clia hi Carpie, Fnider 2 good l.Swina 'Moat'? a anon, neprly news ...

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY, MORNING, SEPT. 27, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 27 September 1883

T URSDA , MORNING, ?EPT.17 1?dj3 .J ming from thdrunanimily: ult th,. shb)ect of thei ai .ttilon of :ew ( ui ine.n n- the New]ir? liridesl disphLye;3r by all' setiotls of thoe, P?res; in tlie colony, ee re glad to Jlearni that Ino diersity of opioi'o so. t e?oi d r to thin important imatteor appears to exist. in, any quarter.l Eyen'I tlie IPoI i: press conlen ieln tli'l lihearteId ialt unsyim patheti minnnr in whicli nri·l D!rliy Iha replied to the respitful iand earnest representations, of,"bgh tsAgesit-Getieral en thlsihijct. 1i 'a lirvies eiowsne r, deserrve the 'est thanks .of all :oloniask. forthe ldeterniinitd attitido he ',has n sunIed since this qnentionl .was first brought under poublic 'tiic nt?u for thorough earnestrteas hieiU s' displayedL oallalong. Is r"esponge to? lis apptal in his place in Plarli np thatt hotl inoem le?a shoulld oiwi all sidhe andline oiery. district edi.'rcit it rtois popular feel ilg, and express: this by menis of reno lutiouens piesed, a` 1piblic....

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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

M. - ELBOURNE. ' (inoY oun owN coRRaSPoimT.)'. .. .. " iday. Wb:hive had qiite an exciting time of it during the past week or so, what with a liank robbery, one f:. themost internsting divorce canes to whilch the ever anxious public have . beii treated for's long time, and the fourth:. expose of aperson who earnis a liiing by pro. curing the death of the young who have been led from the path of rectitude and resorted to lier foul refuge to find, not the antidote they had expected, but a cruel death. Still the city wags on its ever progressive' course, and people seem pretty much the same,, even though their Eldorado puffs 'forth the fumes of Hades." The robbery of the golden hare from the Commercial Bank is still shrouded in considerable mystery despit?e the ar. rest of the chief villain of ,the plot. The father of the young thiei hias been. dismissed' from: the bank, and certainly the circumstances of the case point nmost directly to his complicity ji' th' atrocious and daring thef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

MAIL NOrTIcS.: Mails rlime at the Matara Popt-utlcefar the lollowing places as under:- For Sale Rosedale; ;rnicralgon, Wal " hnlln, T.ongalhhie' Melbourne, .Port Albert, Tarravilleu, c., t 11 nit: dt?ily. For Sitntford, arIlirseiler, ilutlhen, Omneo, Grant, Dargo, etc., daily at i12.30 Far Upper MaIffn daily at 3 p.m. For HBeyfield,. Glenniaggib, Cowwar, and Seaton, omi Teusditys, Thursdaye, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. Briagolong, daily at 2,45 p.m. The Poest-ofice is open for tlegrams at.8,30 - p. till 8 p. , 'iclosiem' butween 1 and 2 and 11 and 7. Patfl +bisines from 0 a.m. till 0 p.m. 1 Mails close for. Maffra at the uniler. mentioned places as under :-: Sale, at 1.30 p..m. daily. Blringolong, at 10.5 nm. danily. N.wry, at 9..10 n.m. daily.- . .. Stratford, at .15 p.m. daily. Ilhyfield, 8.30 a.m. Tuesdays, Thure iaya, and Saturdays. RAILWAY NOTICE. Trains now leave SArn at 7.55 n.m. and 4.47 Ipm. They are due at SA L at 145 P.m.. and 1035 .m.' . . Trains leave M)lbourne at 7.40 im....

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THE Maffra Spectator. MONDAY MORNING, OCT., 1. 1883 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

TIILE MONDAY MORNING, OCi., 1. 1883 Tiir questiol of the propriety,-.or "as sonie are of opinion, the necsesiity of borrowing molney bly means of a Loan forashire workI, is likely to be brought before Council for consideration and discussion at no very distant day. The financial position of the shire at present cannot le said to )e rparticularly grati fying; fo eoven with .the Government subsidy there will lbe a.debit balance at the end of the year, whichl will be very materially increased in. the course of another month or two.. As the' ratesa have bei'n nearlyi'al 'ollected, very lit tie can le got from this soures to' meet the liabilities for necessa.c' works which! must be carried out ; and' althongli Councillors have in the .paot. been as careful and economical in the expendi ture as they.po:sibly ould, yet the ac; tual wantesand requirements of the va rious localities are so many and urgent that 'it is found. the shire revenue is totally inadequate to sopyly.tlieii, con sequen...

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THE BANK ROBBERY [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

THE BANIK ROBBERY Corbott' described'his proceedings in tli $robsery from bginning. to enrid as follows: I hadileean very' short of funds for some, inio back, and it struck me that ,as .lhad the keys- f: thlio:. ommercial hank isafe aind'stcongroonm in nii .pos. sesion; I'isiglht 's ivell make} use of tlii,. : Accordingly .I :v ited. outside ihiial Ik. for several nights,: knowing that the country nimnsgers were iuro to hbring some gold in some tims or'other. On tie night of 'lie rob ?l?ry ilhad waited-for somo time, and thu; iatv the cab driw up to tloBank, a'indMr. Pin miockli'isd my father take th'gold in,' I followed them and ies taked" hehiid, the cousiser, aiail after they. had gone, aid nll is o quiet, I tole down to the strong ioonm and removed;the gold therefromi t thIeuisiul threw bars of. gold and soume notes as you are alreoady aware of lqhind the lihtter, and" carried the remainder awnyifs ith Is us: The reason I left. the pins in thae safe was so-thal: so:eoii "ditll c...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

.GENERAL NEWS. At the adjdurned'inquest regarding the death, of the young girl Florence Blancho Waddilove',cylich occurred at the residenscb of the inoto~ious Mrs 'Ta lor, Richmond, on 15th inst. The jury found, that the deceased died from in. flammtntion of the viens of the uterus,' pupersl plebitis, the result of permature child-birth caused by abortion, but that there was notuftlicientevidence to show how such abortion was procured and by whom. They added a rider to the ver dict censuring Mrs Grant for her action in the matter from commencement to lnfh'inih not reporting'the girl,s state of health to her parents. An application was hea-d by Judge Quinlan on Thursday for a new trial of of the libel action bronght by the Rev. Joseph B. Collier, the publisher of the Maryhborough Standard, which was tried recently in the County Court Maryborough,. Mr. M'Dermott made the application on'behalfof• the plati-' tiff, the verdict of the jury having been for the defendant.. The application ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (AGE.) LONDON, 27th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

EUROPEAN .TELEGRAMS (AC E.) Loxooxo 2.7thl September.:" Since the initiation by Prince Alel ander of mneasurem for the introductidon ,of a more liberal form, of Governmaent there.has been a large influx of Rust cslansB. intor Bulgariai, and consideilole quantities of'rnis have 'boon coniveyed, intotle' o iu' ry. . 8th Septembiner. It is reported that China han formally, declined to accede to the proposals'df the French Foreign Ollice with regard, to the oooupation: by, France of the, entire delta of the Red River, in Ton quin, which have lately been under, coni siderationdi The reports, however, lack oficial confirmation. - . The conimittee appointed in London to select ,the miost suitable dredger for the purposes of the Mel hourne Haribror Trust liave concluded their delibera tions upon the report of ]Mr. R. Ford, the secretary of the Trust. "The corn mittee have resolved to recommend the purchase :of:'a dredger of the eamr type as .the Bunyip, now ?.t it.elhourno th estlinated cos...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 1 October 1883

GOvRdRNJkNT G(AZETTE. The following ap zts for licen es: have.. bnenq npprovvi -Tho'mas ,Lamb, 120to.,, .Br?l?,jyig : Alfre.dt SpJater, 72uic ao n ln: FIrank Carter, 100ac. Wa.de. oc; Jan. s Nibliol, l28ac.; Tinalba l;Patrick Cox O.98ac.; i~ lian ib: G xarrett' O'Connmor, i 3ao., Grenniniggie" Edard Freet", 118ac., TinafiUa., The following, traisfferhaa been. regiateaed :--Chad ule i nth, to. Donald'Griant, butcher, N wr".0a'20Sc., eI0ra, Tihe applicataii W of' .Taineo Slater fdtfa grant. for 3ac.-2r: o10p at £roongab'~iSBosth,;aa bien a pf dved, Teitlers are called returnable on;,22nd Novreib-, for workk. towards fornma lion of new entra?ceo dippalani d ; lkes. Particulars: to:,be attained; at. ,urvey diflee, saile abd 3ieiniadrnaugand Public .orks:Oie; fc Moleounr.. Prolimihary deposit.. to anconmpany: tendor ?..?£100. Tril' deposit 10'per cent.

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