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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XIX—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

XSlLaXLaESlSr "W3TI«T^JES. j CHAPTER XIX-CONTINUED. BUT although she had anticipated that one day or other he might have boon emboldened to make her an offer ; and though she Imew that her"acceptation of that offer would have been eminently gratifying to her uncle, who not merely, but particularly, liked Jack, both bb a fine you tip follow und as tho heir to the Durston property; and who, at the time of their residence at Bampton, was n"t especially well affected towards the absent Prank Scorrier,~sbe could not, on tho most certain, reflection, accuse herself of having given Jack Boy encouragement, or any reason to expect a hopeiul teimination to hia suit. She had rejected him as mercifully as she oould, and he bad taken bis rejection in tho spirit which might have been expected from ao good, a fellow. No ; she had nothing to blame herself with in regard io Jack Durston. Her engagement to Frank bad taken place at eo early an age. aud was so generally well known throughout tho distri...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

WttEsfeeJ, "t Q Oil 20 HOYS to IUHIII 1 lie BOOTMAKING J.O in JSVKIiY BRANCH, nt WOOD COM. PANY'S BOOT FACTORY, Goultiurn. HORSE TEAMS. Wauled TTORSE TEAMS TO DRAW IN WOOL for 0_ Smson 18S1, to HARDEN RAILWAY STATION* Woul now ready ; highest rates given. Apply to WRIGHT IIEATON & CO.. . Hurdcn. . COJWLECTOJK" GRATUITOUS VACCINATION At Mrs, liimbei'Iy'M, ON THURSDAY NEXT, 25m INSTANT, WITHOUT FAIL. DKS. GENTLE & MORTON, Government Vaccinators. Gh N, Railway Extension-Tainworth to Uralla. To Sleeper-Gictters. WE are paying for Sleepers-on the line, 3/6 | each ; ditto-nt ilie stump. 2/3 oach. Particulars from ALFRED COLEM AN, at our Office, McDonald River Gamp. A. & R. AMOS, Contractois. WOOD 'Iflte Popular Fliotograplicrof Mew ^outh WalcM* 314, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. FAMILY PORTRAITS ENLARGED from . carte to lifo-sizu, and finished in Carbon, Oil, j and Water Colors. For oxtra copies of Photo graphs, send linruo and address. WOOD, 314, George.stroet. To the In...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Good Templars' Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

,1,r , - , . . , 77-7 '.,;-\Good''Temfitars'!''Entertainment. 1 fo- :«.Th.e.'GoodtU?umliilars,; efnt(3rtUinm.ent in the v Me'l)hauicB^,I!^isti:lut01pn,Saturday nigh'l WHS 51 a^grand'sUoce^sl There were ,nb.loss than 's SOp^Brsofl^'pVe'sent....ThoiOddfellows' Band ' oontiibTte4; considerably to the attractiveness ,i otWthe! peribrmanue', and '^before ;jtho doer's xwer6)opVn0dV,iJby|tb'e svyfeot,naTiaib .they dis 'tiouirabd1, .ci^sodjmo^Bt.ipaQt to be quite lively. . ^ye'^ln^y.or',',heard iitho.'''blind'.'in"''better T-lprnij i.(nnd ^'I'must' ''J obDgmtnlatethem t-flB"' wall' ''as ."'the , Good 'Templars on .liaviiit? rfche'^^'^luolc^ to , ,get . up these ^entk'tainjm^ prove .a '.groat-J. Bouroe i;of. 'attraction. '"From -the U'euiarks^iaiade''1 by i ;tIieV chairman (Mr.'J, -Ottldwoll')'oto'8i#turdey;nigKt..';ifi appears it is 'thfe'^^niion^qf'tiiell&pojd .Templars .to hold Jlies^ejiteKalnments ' weekly,s that is if they .get^sufflcieDt,, encouragement,' 'wbicli': 'it":is 'hop...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

?WJEEICI/X" OALENDAE.1 Day ol Week. ? SUNDAY ... \J ouclny ,.. I'uusday ..'. Vv\'odiieBdiiy>; Thursday... Friday.. Satiiril&y... 0 34 ? 0 33 " G, 31. ,C 30 - . G 29 (i 28 0 20 fl 33 B 33 5 34 5 35 5 35 6 3G 5,37 i, ^MOON'S PjiAsiii if ; Now-Moon, August. 2fftb',' G.50 a.m.

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ADELAIDE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

-V": : ; ADELAIDE. .I SATURDAY. " " v/ilr.' Eooho, iGditor ' of the bulletin,' wus ? finod £5>at the ' police court ytsterdiiy, for *>. n88i>ulti«i4!' M'r:/ MuOory of iiio' iioeused '.'Yiotuallow' jaazaVtOvi .The assault . arose out iiipf,Ho.uiu.yersoa,..iprintQtl in the Gazette and .-?Bupposid lo'rofer to-Roohfli ' , :

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The Toe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, AUGUST 22. CROWN- STREET PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

iPtTBIilSI-IED EVBEY MOENINQ Trutli, ever lovely sliwo tlio world liegan, i ? , , The Too of tyrants mul tlio frloml of man.-CnmpbtU,' : GOULBURN :t MONDAY," AUGUST' 22. CROWN - STREET PUBLIC , SCHOOL. Ix roferonce to - the manner in -which ;the ttb'jv« Hohoolhas been'conducted of late; ail inquiry is: being hold which is likely, to,bring trouble to: the doors of some of thoso-parties concerned. , ;; Tiro school is'.ono .of t the,> most importantin,"the- colonios> HJid. that any I'Oharges should bo brought nguinst theiman i.ner in which affairs: havo boon managed, i there necessarily uwakens n* largo amount of> public; 'anxiety. / Mr. 'Nxnian .. Mislyillb spoke at length in itliV;Assemt|ly on Wed nesday evening; goin(j;, into ^details, anil pointing out.that the. quarrels existing be tweon: tho: head teRohnrs,' Mr. ROONEY and; Mrs. Bakotbli,;'required n'careful investiga-' lion; ^.His (remarks tendotl; to implioate not only, tho lady mentioned,'but also to <oaBt ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MELBOURNE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

! MELBOURNE. SATURDAY. Mr. E. J.- Agg wns to-doy brought before tlio police court. Ho whB remanded tp.^aul. A siti^/'ftftpry, BUtu in,likely to bn 'ronlisHd fur thii widow, of thy lain MUICUB Olarko.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

LOO^I? AND |G-ENBJR+AXi NEWS,"; ;)j' vilsutlden'iDeath. ' ' $] , A^manfname^iWHliani'Arnoit, bricklayer,. aged.'Hbout 65 .yoars^waaon Saturday iiitflU: found ?irt'ranfuncrmsiimis state in u laws' lending to' his'bouse* off G]iifor<!-«trooJ. He bad brojijS-Jon about ba|f^4H«Jiouv previously;-, iyjilking^ionif,' apparently* well^'/I'lio police ,worB, Kent>for* and no time WHS lost in brifig inf;,Dr;,Qoi»(lo," who,' on arrival, pronounced' the man iloadi'.jfHia r body wai "re'movod to,: t ho mor^tio,\viberef; it now lies ta>yaiting;,an iuquoatjib bo;liold *U)j.8'uflGirioon,**' il. (i ' "

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. SATURDAY NIGHT. Dit. CAFFYN was released frnm quarantine this afternoon., It is probable some thirty or fortypersons from the healthy ground at. the quarantine station will bo released on Monday. About"II o'clock last night the dead body .of a; newly-born infant was found in a lane' off Eli/jiboth-struot Soulh. It was in such ) an advanced etatBof decomposition that it. WHS impossible for the doctor to say whether it w.la' borne alivo or not. Tho body of a man named Lawler, resid-' ing at Parrarnatta, wlio had been missing ,. .for.tliG.lust two weoks, was; found; drownod -' to-day. ' A man'riamed Riclnnd O'Brien, ngod 55 years, died nit the Infirumry this morning from the nlfucts of a (all received by him on tho 12tb instaut.

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A. J. S. Bank v. McCarthy. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

A. J: S. Bank v, McCarthy. In the Supreme Oourt, on Friday, before His Honor Mr. Justice Windeyer, tbo follow ing catta was board Mr. Darloy, Q,.C., and Mr, AVaut, instructedby M«8SfS, lloberteon r.ond FisberJVfor; tlio plttiniifffl;;KMrj;»Mer0:,,. j weather, instructed by Mr. < Leary, for tbo i defendant. This was an action by the batik for an .overdrawn account at' their branch at Yass; the claim was for £620 1/ 6d., and interest ut 8 pfcr cent. from, ibo beginning of the action. The bank, bold a mortgage over the defendant's cattle, and they foreclosed, and. tbo amount .claimed was the balance not; covered by the salo'l of? theV cbttlo.i, Verdict; for (bp. plaintiffs'forM be amoint\claimed..<;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald-) LONDON, August An improvement of Cd. in the price of 1 sugar ia reported.. The greator part of tho last two sittings in the Hoifpe of Commons was occupied by « 'debate on tho affairs of Ireland, and tho policy pursued by tho Government in regard . thereto. . The occlusion of the debate was a hionou of n Jiit'Ji Mr. Parnell Lad given no tice, censuring tho adminia'iMtion of the Coercion Act.' Mr. Foster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, and Mr. Gladstone delivered i . speech^ in d« fence of the Government, and b^tlf refused to accede ,ro the suguoBtion of tlie Iiish, members for the immediate release :of the persons arrested on suspicion con-i nected with the la to disturbances. , The d*-. bnte.was finally concluded last night, when .M r. Prjmell'f motion was rejected by a largo inivjutity; , I lu tho House of Commons this evening, j Sir . Charles Dilke, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, in reply, to a question, an nounced that'the French Gov...

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The late Bishop of Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

v > i 5 0 --j \ } j The"late" Bish'op 'of Brisbane. ,'®0n Thursday evening hundreds of people visited St. Stephen's Uathedrul, where the body of Bishop O'Quinn; lay "in state.,:, ,The, Bishop's roiuaiDSAverpjburied'iinith'e'i'.Oother* drnl ou Friday. There was a long procession through the principal streets and, hack to the Cathedral. Bishop O'Quinn, of Bathurst, brother of tbe deceased prelate, conducted tho ceremonies. The late Bishop loft the whole of his property to the Catholic diocese of Brisbane, and before his death paid the debt of £2000 remaining on the Cathedral. ? ? -I"-^ ?'!. 'if^ ,S*' . fl'- ?'

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

V; 1' AND'.'NOTES." ' " /"Brtof,*tliotti nnfl wlmt'i iiIefnow«rf,'v&l«/^»/ii[r frJ i.'/J'i'J U £ >k.V!.£. f ki. The " linro of^glenrowaa" lias at last stnrted^for^W^sternAuptrolia >>j]f . ? Pfirholl recomm'fincla liis followersto. give tho,Irish Land Tiill-a.faii'-triahj' . > .The.Arabitrilies., ai'-Snsa-and Gabes still defy, tho authority ofthe Fi'euchi 'f> iGenoral Ignntieff hasiexpi'Bsped his sympa "thy^wilh the perswcutod Jhws. : The Indians of New Moxicojiave.oaptured fou^JKanspsWixplorerSJ, «j «! jHy$ .. ftiYeHow^fev&tis. spreading ^in'.Hhe French colony of Sone^at^'Western^ Africa,* . |An^tBoutn?onioHFconforenoo j'oi (Methodists will beMield'ln London,iri'Ootobor/UBjKtr ,A'^Yijjtorianjjjprp.poseB^.that^railwny {with 'wooden' rails should bo formed in the inferior of.thj) colony. . ,,-f.p.y jfW 'vMlr is' pi'oposo'rl^to'^.ost iblisban evening Public school atf Oootamnndra. nii'iThe; Jewish;relief'.fund in'1 MeIbburiie,!how 'exeeeds'jClSOO.;1' «./....

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

MASS,WILL BR GBLEUliATHDAT 0-GOULD URN D18THIOT. ' SUNDAY. August, 28,-Tarnlgo-Boro-Buii(?onia . Bupteinbor 4>-Grabben Gullen-Spriug Volley-, /JireodalbaDO. ' "? V V YASS. MISSION. GuDning, Sunday, August 28. CONFIRMATION. Albury,, September 18 Aduloog ..September,25 * Tumut ,,......,.,,October 2, < Temora.. October 10 Grenfell OotoliBr 1-1 Gonlngong ...... October 10 » Unrrown .. .V.J ,. ..October 23 l'rograore,,v.W,. October 2S Yass October 80 Blosa Presbytery;Ten Mile, September 21 ' < 13lus8 Church-at Tetnora; October 9 . -Bless Cliuichnt Goolngong. Oetober 10 - ,13lesa Church at Gundaruo, Sunday, Novombrr 13.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

CItOOIiWElL. T. H. PftOSSER CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Pure Drugs. Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Fancy Goods, SmiOiV£JRY A1VI» TOBACCO (Qoouiue American) ' ENGLISH LEVER & GENEVA WATCHES AND Hall-marlicil Jewellery. HARMONIUMS (Alexandre's) at SYDNEY PRICES (with cpst of carriage added). HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. AGENT FOB Intercolonial Life and General Assurance ASSOCIATION. AGENT FOB Southern Argus and Goulburn Herald. S.li.-Files of (be above Papers and S.Af. Herald and Sydney Mail kept. THE Southern Daily Argus is'NOW-PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, AND Its Price is ONE PENNY. WHOLESALE WINE, SPI&IT, AND GROCERY^ STORES. DIGNAM & CO. HAVING O:JKNED PART OF THIS PRE. MIS US known as tbo NEW ARGYL15 tiTURK us Wholesale Wine, Spirit, and Grocery Stores, Bog respectfully to call the attention of their frionds and the public generally to tbo foot, in thu bope of receiving from them n fair aliaru of support, The STOCK ON HAND onmprises 1 th&g...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

' "1 ' THE nOMEBUSH SALES. i ;Pat " Gattlo.-1300, head of: entilei wore (1, yarded1 this;; week ; : 800 on Monday,: when v prices were about the same its last'woi<k, and the balance on Thursday,, when the ;advanoe of 15/- per head t6ok plaee.'<f -Beof, aocording ?to rquality,' worth;from, 15/- to 20/- per' 100 ' lbs. Me88ra.' Pitt, Sori, and Bad^ery aold 168 cows (Oook) at i£4 0/9,, ,5 otills' at./ £1 ^8/*^^33"bullocks(Withcombe) «t;£4 3/; 38 (Smith) nt £53/; , 8 cows-at £4 11/6. > ' 'Messrs.-Maiden, Hill, .Clark;sold?87-.bullocks 1 'for"Mr. J. Crowley, Kilcargo, at £4 13/6,; '80!i,dittoV: Mr. :'E.- Skuthorppi Barron,, at £3 16I Op. oo^v8-atr £3 ::-:l/6 ; ;>180,; bul I ooks, fjir Mr-E.'Kidge/Wilier, at £7 3/6, 19 cows at v . jg'g 18/ also!(ini conjunctions with. Messrs. ?Bacon,- Lee'd'a^'andrAYilkihsbn),: 62 oowsflot. wfS., Booth and -Co., Telleraga,','<at'>, £3 5/. .'' MossrH.'Brunlcer, and .Wolfosold,, on 'account 'of ' Mr.1 JohaV'Dinfls,:...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Friday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

. COMMERCIAL. 1 ' SYDNKY, Fridoy. ? 3?ARM PRODUCE. At the Darling Hnrbour Railway terminuB this morning there ,was on increased supply forward of forage and produoe from tlio various intermediate stations along the Wee tern and Southern lines. The market to-day was; well attended,,aud good priceB ; were obtained. Oaten hay, in balo, 4/8 to 5/; in truss, nono forward ; in bundle, from 4/9 to 5/6 per; cwt.<; no lucerne liay -forward; straw, good clean samples, in bales,; 2/4 to, 2/8 ; and in bundles, <?/- to 3/6:;' (and mixed ?with wire), 2/4 per cwt. ; oaten chaff, in bale, 4/2 to 5/1;; in bundles, ,3/-' to 3/1 per cwt, ; whoaten and oaten hay, in bale, 4/9 ; ryo straw and: oaten' hay, in: bundle, 6/3 to 6/4 per owt.; potatons, 3/1 to 3/8 ; swede turnips from 2/4 to 2/7 per cwt., bags inclu sive ; .pumpkins, 3/-; per dozen. On the wharves to-day there is no altera tion to note1 in tbo price of hay. Maize, 3/6; oats| seed and fi'od, 3/- per bushel; Circular Head ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

Si r 1 , . (KBOM ODU CounnapospitNT). Yiss1'" PaSTOHAIi, MDj'AoniOULTirnAI, As 'sdbiATiox;'-A special' iSehtinjj;..of.tlia.-Cum 1 mittee of YOBS P. « mi. Av.iAaaociutiotr was Jieid at.the MeclianicBV:Institute; nn/Tliurs- ; 1day..'ovenin(fl ' 18th instant. There were "present, Dr. Campbell: the ehuir, and .. Messrs.. jifo:W.yPaarroffi: (Boo, . 'T'ftiaTirerJf.T^^^poiiw^'Dffdafl^ind the Secretary (Seb! PemVriJko!)' Tne Secretary raxd the uiinutes of the. last 8pBci«I meeting. andjral^p^iiori'jBspondeneB ,from various ex . hi hilars, i'n8]aiIg^forr mrprmnti<}u;3iii. -mattf'rs irelaUvd'toithoVflh'dwtvU?liV» 'GlYmmwee. de-' thl»Jjud£es in the tevcrul^ections should be pVosentnd wiili'iibltKis foi'lunchcon onr boili 'diiysi'of Ctborsl)ow;ffV.U}]i^ Secret-try thenii presented?, an jacoaunUfroiriS'the miifN, which w.as>prder«ditoitbG/paid by the bo! \ trfi»s|irer. v , .Theg S^cretary^ wnajpleo inV": j fctructfl'tl: 'to annoHtice1 at chcu" meeting of i committee the amount of c...

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GOULBURN CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

GOULBUftN CRICKET CLUB. <. Tub annual meeting of. the members of the aliove^cjub was bold''a( .i.tlio Commercial HotelSon Friday i last. > There was a fair ] attendance. . .????.;?? y? Mr. H. S. Gannon, oulhqjng voted to tlie-j chair,! nuil ,httvinff;ioform%d^Uoip|»n.V.9r|4ho, business i:tbotMvas>! to' lie :transridjedffia|ledtl -bpon tber lion. Beorotary"W)T-i,eSdvtbo"repbT'P and balance-sheet. " < ", " Mr) W. U."Nash tlierTread the follow ing,:- ? '' . f ' t!1 - 1 ^ '/i k L . ANNUAL REPORT oif .CostMiTrRE of Goul BUUN'. O.O, -SK.vsuitfj 188Q'.81,' Utly ITbur,ciirnmitteu s; in .i pH'soillingl'*5i anmial report, biivu;.much ploBHUi'1^ 5n; fcou k gratnlatijjg, :> your, ; rhiriiYir f.lm Yififlf.season.* , oppos ,t , , # r«te Came,'not (inly maintaiu(;d jthp ipre.stigo I tb'oy bavo .hitlieitu enjoyed, butneetabJiBh.dd, a far bibber reput«tii»n than hns.evarifulleu to tlio-lotof: any' t^anr in> any pruvibus year,; .; During., the , season^your M1lst^ i-...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Ex Parte Thomas S. Russell. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

Ex Parte Thomas S. Russell. | la -Chambers,'.lou Friday, tioforo liis Honor Mr. Justice Winduy<;r, tho abojvo was hoard :-Dr. Sly, instructed by Messrs. i Stophon, Lmrnrjce,-Hnd Jaques, -for ,lh« | applicant ; them wns;no;appearanoe for tboi rrspondonta;. This:\vas mi -motion to * mnlte.l {absolute^ aP,rulo}«nioiforpaTprohibition I idireoled. *tovthe-'f respondents;^ the..plaintiffs,. and' tho justinus; \ in oortnin proceedings ^ainrt.-<theVapplibant,Y.aBv|b"aili(F, (or riot malting'a1 lovy^ Tho grbtina for tho appli ed tion WHS, Ijiat the jirojooclings,,; before tho 'jus'ioes-hnd'inofjbeSn beguujwiihin the time "limited'by tlin -statut", although notice- <H the notion h$id boeui^ivon \vithiu« that timij." ?'jELis H'dnp'rJf made Jitha i '?ulpJ aFsUuto, wi.t|v I'oostsV'ftKainst"tho ""plaintiff in thaf proooed fjnB8 ^ I''

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