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RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

RAILWAY FARES. The following are tbe rail«niy fares from Carcoar to the undermentioned stations Stations. ' Single. Return, a 1st 2nd 1st 2nd s (is f) s ii 1 r] 'Albury 50 083 -?75 050 3 Bathurat 8 008 12 07 9 Blavuey 2 5 1 7 3 P 2 5 ?Bouike 63 643 0»5 (iO4. 0 Coura 6 9 4 010 » -i 9 Pubbo 23 CIS C35 .323 3 Garland 2 1 1 4 3 2 2 0 Coulburn - 38 fl*25 058 038 f) Harden 20 013 C30 020 3 ^ Boloiwood 0 3 4 2 -J fi 0 3 Mtbgnw 17 311 0 — — Lindhnrst 1510 2 210 ?tjlaudurama 1 1 0 9 IS 1 1 Orange 0 34 3 9 GO 6 Parramatta 32 10211140 5'« 1 tturith 29 019 9 44 ; 6 29 9 Sydney 30 324 354 6 SO S Wellington 17 311 0 26 017 6 Woodstock ' 4 7 S I 7 «' 4 8 Wsugoola S 8 2 S 'i C 3 8 'Veung- 1)5 9)10 fi 23 015 9 a Available for retain as follows :— Under 15 miles, nn day of isnue only , 1G an-i not *xcpe-hug SO 4ml(j, one v eeL , 31 and not exceeding 100 miltB, within on1 month -Mix 300 miles, within Ihrce months Tl oso are obtainable at any time Holiday 'Excumna Tickets, tit About !0 percent reituoti...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

Sale by Public Auction. In tho INTESTATE ESTATE ot PATBICK FARRKLLY, Lite of YAR RAMAN STATION, NEAR TOENA. WE Iiave been Favored with Instruc tions from the Curator of Intes tate Estates to Sell by Public Auction, At tha Latter End of April Next, The Property known as Tarraman Station, About Ttn Miles from Tuena, Consiiting of 320 acres Freehold, 3GC2 acres C.P., 3201 acres C.L , 3933 acres Annual Lease, 'together with Stnckrr 2800 Sheep (more or less), 28 Cattle, Seven HorseB, Farming and Station Implements, Shearing-Shed and Woul PreBB. '-' ' ' Full Parliculars can he Supplied by the Curator of Intestate Estates, in Syducy or by the Undersigned. Tho Date of sale arid Further Particu lars will be AdvertiseTiiVa Later Issue. John 'W-Fosfc Son AUCTIONEfnt ^r: T STAMMERS; HAS RECEIVED INSTEUC TIONS TO SELL SY AUC TION ^ AT SHE POUND YARD CAHCOAB, ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 29lh March, 1898, at 2 o'clock, 10 head of MDCED CATTLE in (?..--d C'tnditO!i, 1 pond DRAUGHT MARE, 1 SADDLE HORSE, Ruli...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLIDAY EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

HOLIDAY EXCURSION In connection with the forthcoming Easter Holidays, the Railway De partment advertises that Holiday Ex cursion Tickets will be issued from all stations to all stations, commen cing with the trains leaving terminal ' stations on Friday, 1st prox., and thereafter by all trains until Monday, Monday, 25th prox., inclusive. — Also, to provide facilities for country Resi dents visiting the Metropolis, that a Special Cheap Excursion Train -will leave Carcoar for Sydney at 8'15 p.m. on Thursday, 31st inst. Tickets is sued by this train have been fixed at specially-low rates, and will be avail able for return only by specified trains on different dates, fall particulars of which can be- obtained; from all Sta tionmasters. Certainly the best medicine known is Sander and Sons Eucalypti Kxtract. Test its eminpntly powerful effects in coughs, col Is, infinenzi — the relief U instan'aneouB. Tn scrioua cases and accidents, be they' '' wounds, burns, fisaldicgs braises, sprains, i...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. Up—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

l|5f If ^CFi| LOCAL iiAILWlT flME-T4hLl2; j Mixed 1 Mixed ?j. ? =? ? l-)i-i)y Di»''y iStftiions.. (Sunday (Sunday cxoeiite'd) exoepkd) ? a.m. p m. Harden 4'^ —Deport 0 2'J 9 15 Murrumbmi-ah ;? a ...- a. nemomlrillc JuncUon 0 48 9 35 s 1 -Airiv 7 55 10 25 Young j _.uel,iln 8 20, 10 30, Burratigoiig ° » ; Hoti'caf-lc a a- RelKlick Morrell a a Crowtber a a KooraM-atlin JO 16 115G S— Arrive 1 1 5 a.ra. p.m. 12 41 — Depnit 5 20 12 55 Holmwnod 5 32 17 Woodstouk ; C JI 1 43 Waugnola * a a Garltnd a a lyndhurst 7 30 2 B0 jfandurama 7 46 a Carcow 8 15 3 20 Ulayoey ? 8 0 4 5 Dows- Blivket to Hauden. Mixeii Mix il Oi . Daily DmIv Sta'ions, (Sunday (Si-nday :xcoi-ted) nxcerted) B.m. p.m. Blayney -Depirt 415' 9 55 Carcoar . 5 45 U3fi Mardunima 6S 10 50 Lyndhuret 0 2S U0 Garland a a Wangoola . a a ?WooiBtook - 7 39 1153 . ' a.m. Holrawood 8 13 12 13 1' -Anivc 8 25 12 23 Cowra -I p.m. i —Depart 3 45 12 45 Koorawetha 4 40 1 38 Crowlher a a ? BenriickMonch a a Honieagle a a Burrangong a a v y -Arrir...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

The Bubfiriftion tu tins Jousn 1 is 3s per quiiioi, strictly j nywljl** in aii ranee Ji is one -tf i)ip Oljoapist Oounliy Newspiippifl pnhh6tnd in tho colony, ind, onseqmntly, lias »li(od* a very large ciuul ition, vlncli is staidly incuasiiig All Kinds of Joli Printing Q fioldv, Neatly and Cm Hply Executed nt Tins. Office 'Kimfly foiwnd jour oiiIpih, | whan wo will guarantee to ^gtve ejery SHtisfiictiaii Judicious advertising is tbo-k'ystoiif in moiipat, in an) l)U-ni(fi-; * . . . LOOK! THE' GIANT ALBUM OP SONGS, containing 18-1 Popular Songs, wiih wo du mid music, ?? AND PRATL'S CHACT OF CHORDS, liuitiK a quick me:!i'od of liamii'g ip l-!»v ihe liiiiiio or o.ig^in Aviilnmt a leather, ' O^nbertWiin-'d '.-t TillS OFFICE. Pii(:c,.5-.-i1ie L t ; i'oslpil, 5'. Si. !?? i- a New I.Ira mil ji Grand L;u mid is Sellicg Rapidly. - ' '' ?'~~~' F.j\v businesses are eo good tint iln-y cannot Le improvrd l-y good ;iJvcitisi»j! It is as nnenssary t,» mlvcriiso in a customer us lo a jirosp ctivf c...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

ADVERTISE ! ! ! Sander & Sons' Eucalypti ? Extract v I The Medical .. Bkiep, a monthly medical periodical, which has the largest circulation among all medical journals existent, publishes, from a surprisingly-large: number of most re nowned physicians, reports treating j.npon the marvellous effects produced } through the application of SANDER ! & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. ! All Fevers, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Lung-and-Chest Troubles, Golds, -Stc., have Lost their Hold Upon the Human Frame when Controlled by That Drug, Messrs. MILES BROS., ' of tire Exchange Stoves, Cavcoar and Lyndhurst, are Special Agents 1'n ? This Town for Its Sale.* I Barber, Fruit, Vegetable and Produce Dealer, &c. Thos. J. Bennett, Fruiterer, Vege table and Produce Dealer, Barber, -fcc,, Opposite the City Bank, Mandu rama. A Well-Appointed Barbering Saloon. An Easy Shava and Neat Hairout. The Soundest and Cheapest Fruits. Visits Paid to Carcoar and Other Places at Regular Intervals. All JO...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE ORANGE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

THE ORANGE SHOW Mb W. Tanner, jun., the energetic Secretary of the Orange A. and P. Association, has forwarded us anotice regarding the Annual Show to be held by that Society. The Show, an eveut of very considerable importance in tbe colony, visitors and exhibits ftorn all p'Srls being largely represen ted on. every occasion, will occupy 3 natre.. 30f.li ii.nrl 31uf. Afawili n**A 1..J. April. ..^Since last year the Showring has been,«snhtrged, new buildings erected (and a number of 'other im provements effected that will be much appreciated, both|by exhibitors and sight-seers. The prize-list has been increased, and, we are certain, will be of more than ordinary interest to a number of our readers. Hunting, trotting, jumping and numerous other competitions will take place, and, to many, will be the principal inducement to attend the Show. In addition to the great quantity of ex hi bits ordinarily on view, Special Exhibits from tho (Jovernment Ex perimental Farms will be shown, and sh...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MANDURAMA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

MANDURAMA FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. Wednesday. One of Mrs Healy's daughters was to day united to Mr Lachlan Cameron of Blayney. Both bride and groom are well known and respected in the dis trict, and I wish them all sorts of good luck. The girls at the Public School are collecting for a tennis set. It is a and wiill be beneficial to growing girls. It is to be hoped that the lassies are able to attain their object* : ; Mv F. H. Stahl's tender for- booth, aftGrally Swamp, on Easter Monday, ,lias,been accepted. I have read.a few books from the Chronicle collection and must say that our Editor is. catering for everybody's taste. There are books for children, books for ladies and even the -most blase in male line can be satisfied. Quite a number are going to. Bathurst for the -show. Im requested to ask the Proprietor's; assistant, if it is dull at the office. We were all surprised to see him out so soon. The station is still in the same place. LOCAL LAND BOARD. Meetings of the Local Land B...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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MR A. COLLARD'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

MR A. COLLARD^ DEPARTURE. A number of gentleman met at the Royal Hotel on Saturday night for tlie purpose of deciding on the best means of recognising their appreciation of Mr A. Collard as a townsman, in view of his early departure- form jpartSoftf The Mavor oceuniad the '^fci&^Mri Jack Links was appointed Hon. Sec, ' and Mr A. E. Mayhew, Hon. Trea- j surer. ? ??: The sum of 32s 6d was promised In the room, and the Secretary and Treasurer were authorised to collect money in the town. ; The meeting then adjourned until 30th inst.

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WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 March 1898

... .? WALL!. PltOM OURCORKESI'ONDKNT. A man named James Frazer engaged for the past eight months in clearing land for Mr John Bpardtrian was found dead in his tent on the 25th proximo. The police being informed a magis terial inquiry was held on the follow ing day by Mr Fin of .' Cffnowindra a a verdict of death from natural causes being recorded. TlieWeiriainB of the deceased were interred in me tocai cemetary. ' iv/si: . . ... - Sicraess prejreils gfleatly through the locality. 'Mr H.^-iiungren is, I j-egpetio state, at present in the Cowra hospital suffering from Typhoid fever. A couple of cases of Scarlet fever have .appeared in the locality** * Several cases of sickness from 'other com plaints are prevalent. Mr Wilson our local school teacher is still off duty, but I am pleased to state is on the road to recovery, and hopes to resume work again. shortly. Muchto the. re lief of the parents the school is again in operation, Mr Wilson, being re leased by Mr Carter ofiFbrbes. A me...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

Chdech of Engmnd Fiesr SvnnAY.— Carcoar, 11 a.m, (B.C.) and 7.30 p.tr. ; Sha% 3 p.m. SboCNDFitnd ay, —Carcoar, 11 H.m : Ljnd hurst, 3 p.m. ; Galley Swamp, 7.30 p to. THl»n SuKo»y.r-;fla--coar. 11 a.m. llarangulla, 3 p.m. ; Miuduiama, 7. SO p.m. Fourth Scnday. — Carcoar, II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Lyndhurst, 3 p.m. Fifth SusDAA' (when recurring) — Caroar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Mandurama, 3 p.ra. (H.C1

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THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

THE CHURCHES, Rohan Oat-roue. lSTStrsDAY.— Carcoa'. 8.30 a.m.; Blaynoy, 11 a.m.; and 7.20 p.m. 2hd StrpDAV.-^BUvney, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar. 11 a.in., and 7.30 p.ffl. 3rP Sundat.— Carcoar, 850 a.m., and 7.30 p.m.; Blayney, ,11 a.m. 4th Sohuat. — Vittoria 11 a.m.; Blayney, 7.30 p.tn. 5th Sunday (when neenrring).— Neville, 11 a.m.; Carcoar, 7.30p.m.; 1st Wednesday.— B own'e Creek, 9 a.m. 3rd WEDNESDAV.-^Lyndhurst', 9,am.

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

LAW BELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not civc express notice to the contrnry are considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publishers may con tinue to send tliein until all arrears arc t-aid. 3. If BubBcrihers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from, the office tn which they are directed they are tield. responsible until they have settled their bilU and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If subrcriber6 move t» other places without informing the publi&ers, an-l-thR papers are sent to tneii former address, they are responsible, 5 The Courts have decided that refusing to lake periodicals from the office or remov ing or louring fiern -uncalled for is pntu.i Facie eyideneo of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has nrder- d it or not, is held in the law to us a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they are b]und to giv...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

PSNNY POSTAGE, The penny poBtnge system |3 in force on letters posted between the following Post Offices : Barrv, Blaynny, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yard',' Cadis, Carcoar, Eganton, Forest ( Reefs. Galley Swamp, tiarlaud, Greghnms town, Hobby's Yarde, King's Plaits, I/yod hurst, Mandnrama, Millthorpc, Moorilda, Neville, Newbridge. .Nortjn. Shaw and -Spring Hill.

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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

'?? -, ciuoo^irp^t ocelli, iPoBtai Hoursir-FromS *.m. to 6 j),in. . {Sundays excepledj./ telegraph Hours t -=?rom« a,ro, to S pw. '...:-:???? . ' {Sundays excepted). The Money Order and Savings' Bank De partments will be -open daily -(Satunlnys and Sundays exeepted) In too trausaclion of business from 10 a.m, to 4 p.m. On^ -Saturdays from 10 a.iu. to 1 p.m , nnl for the rcoetpt of deposits only from^.7. t3ft9 p.tt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

NO BUILDING BIG KNOUfiH. PunjuB v til-; two women v h is« nauips we are about to meini .n (by their go-il ui'l and conaegt) never saw or beani of eau i other. A b ojd bit of sea-wa'cr ro'U between the places whero they sevcrallj live. Stli', the world is get ing smaller ev :ry iUy, an I it is quite possible they may meet ; if II. ey d i. I they will have a conmou sv'j ct tor a (ilk. Withous wailing f -r that, liixvev '-, we will let the rea.ler into thu secret {*- far as ii i- a8ecrut) rig'it -ui.ttie sp t. The fi st la.ly to be nainert leaides at Bishop's Nort u, uearK rt n. L:'nleey, Lin colnabire, nnj in a Jefcitr date I the 16 h of tile b'.u-t.r:n;mimt'rt.jrnr M*rch, 1893, aW Say-I. 'I TREMBLED TftOM U :AD TO FOOT'. This would eo iicelv^je w -r b mentioning if it had -eeu simply theieau't --f a fright and therefore b 'iind to pa-s off in a fen* minutes. B n it Inste 1 for a lo.ig time, aiiil did not arise from a f ig'r or from any other form uf excitement. It tntvuit sheer weifc...

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CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

CAUDOAtfiaAItiS. ApKtvA^. -«; j from Sydney. BJayney, Mandurama, Lyndt, ; burst, Woodstock, Garland Cowra and k. T,*,O— Paily (Sqndaya' ejfeepted}, *t 6 \f mm' ''//'t '?' ??' ' ' ''?'v-: :'.': £ from 'Blayney, Norton, Barry, Sbav^ and ih UevHle— Toesa»y», Thursilays and Satur p_ days,»tl2aopm, ;- ; ? ??', » X from Orange, Civdia and Burnt Yards^ .-f, Saturdays, at 8 p.m.. ?. %,.,., »,.,, ...' '???*:.? V-;,,, ...J:-:^C fi^^lpr Blayney, Sydney, :' all'' 'intervening ,'tfi^»ta«oii8 ina T5VO.-**'J-ai|y (Sundays ^|^ceptedj^t:7-25p.m.-v; - .?-.,., . W ? }i™3.;fl«r.:Cowi», .Woodjtock^ Lyndhnrnt, Man-* l^;j^r|MM«ndfflnriaha-^pa»ly (SnpdByi,; pf ^^sgggjftytxpjMfym'. - :^-'-:y:'&'.'--.^ ? -? ?. ^S|r^fflii»yjiev, Noifinn, Barry; '8haW and J|v^^S»6»flle--T-)-esdi}B;Thur«Jay»and Satur.' s?-i-'ite|» '**??* »uon/ ? ' ' ? ?-?-' -:- ? ?: '???'??? r' ??'?-' '^i':':'--'^fnaitr,. Cadia and P-nmt '???? VwflHe-'' ^ ; 4B«ii(l»y«| ;** 7*30 p,npt ' i@:r-^ ?'.,.? ' ...'- ? ? ' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

ttEDXO A£k Oh. A. WYNWmWIHORHL M.D., MiOh., L.M., K. «»d Q.. O.KL, SUBGEON, Oawoox HaflpltsJ, Visit* Mandnrama on Tnesdays ?mA Satardays, Between the jfPoUM of 8 and 5 p.m. | voA may b« CoBSHlted nn Other Days at the - Usual Dears *t The Hospital. Careoar.

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RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

RAILWAY FARES. ,'Tiie following are the railway fares from Aireoar to the npdermenlioned station!! : Stations. . Single. . Return, a 1st 2nd 1st 2nd s di dads d AMniry 50 033 675 050 3 $athnrat 8053 12 079 ^layney 2 5 1 7 3 f 2 6 Sonikc 63 6 43 095 664 9 Cowra 6 8 ,4 610 3 C 9 J-nbbo , 23 C15 6 35 323 3 - tiariand 2 1 14 3 2 *2 0 Gonlbnrn 38 .9(25 9 58 038 9 Harden 20 413 6 30 0 20 3' Holmwood 63429 66 3 titbgow 17 311 6 — — Lyndlmret 1 S 1 0 2 2 I f- Vendurama I 10 9 1 8 1 2 Orange 6 3 4 39 66 6 Parramatta 32 10 21 1149 633 2 Plinth 29 V 19 944 629 9 Sydney 36-324 354 636 3 Wellington 17 3U 6126 017 6 Woodstock 4 7 8. J)-7 0 4 8 VTangoola ft % 2 61 5 6 3 8 \-ranK 115:9 10 6)23 9]15 9 a Availapie for retiiin as follows :— Under |6 jntiea. on jday of issue only j 16 and not -_. exceeding 30 miles, one week ; 31 and not Bjf «xoeedmg 100 rpiies, ; within*' one month j WBt o/er 100 tniles, within three months. These ^T trp obtainable at any tinie,' ' ' 2' ftoliday Evcursinn Ticketn, at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 1 April 1898

ST- piS CHURCH. Social, Vance and ArUUnion. EASTEK MONDAY KIWHT, At the Academy of Music. Etch Ticket. Holder will tin Entitled tn a Priau in the Art Union. T11 Commence at 8*30 p.m. Admission— Gentleman, 3s. ; Lidy, 2,\ Children's Dance. EiSTER TUESDAY KIGHT, Academy of Music. Refrt'sliments Provided. -^CommoncH at 8 p.m. Adtniasion— A.-luU, 8s. ; Child, la, NOTIQB. SO thit No PurBon will be Disappointed in Finding A. READ Ab»ent from !ii« STUDIO in filAUDURAMA, he begs to Notify tlmt he will be there from TO-MORROW (Saturday) till FRIDAY, APRIL 8th, 1898. Then be will Visit Neville Tor. Thred Tinya, itfter which he will Return tojiia Su.iio in Manduramn, Renmiiiing there Another Three Ph.vp, Then he goes to Walli fur Three Days, nf t«r which he Returns to Ills Mandurnma Studio. Triitikty, Bobby's Yards and Other Centres may Expect a Visit Shortly from A. READ, Photographer. ^5^ Got Your Koiisen, Y'.nraelves, &c, Photo, criphud ' B fore the Bleak Winds Blow'. '. . ... . A S...

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