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HE JUST TADKED HER INTO IT. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

HJ3 DST . .'llADKMDiiHKll INTO IT. THE other day, wlion Bridget tlio valiant was engaged,1 Mrs. Jones answered tlie boll, .herself,yand fqund a glib^usilvor tongubd ,agent^lMs1 takgi^jps^Qi^jpf her steps, and your with.aipensivo smilo. > i ! ,, , i '/iiMii's.'tJones'was'.rather takon badki.' She: was ,so accustomed ,011.such occasions to the f^rdplygbdl'.qubatjfWVM'' ,I8. w?°] tyty ^10 .houso,,! at 'homo ^'..^ThfttriPho^harctly kneyj, .what'to*say; 'iM"nn vniu.;! ,ty i 11 ..''I-see 'she !is' not,1' 'Cbiiliiiuod' the stranger with a look of keen disappointment idver-( cloiulmg ,his ftipp. {'- I, had wiahp^. [toj^ep ii'or iii 'regard^'to1' a 'costnetic I have' got'to f^ell, , |You"<|WitUi your fr.esli,, youthful com U >r,k tJonqs recovering, herself; ' wo- never buy m'MntM'"vm . I . ' . . «-Nb,?!.^'Wolli!l,ni;,fiqW^f,fdi;;tidn8iimp£ion lias _'.qla(iTjqc|.,1 !lpv,ijtsi,'6'^ynV,^maiij, ,. witli:a' inoiaiicholy !|cougl j!. -Ar'olyou uobliy' out of Bibles ,ami'jiying>*...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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A NEW ENOCH ARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

A NEW ENOCH ARDEN. ;,'ij0Vi\at'kk-i-yoii :t dbing.fihore ?.''demanded a policeman of a oliap ; wlioiiin'lie liad caught .^peoriiigjj.iiv. jftt t tlip, iwiudqw of a Furman ' '''d&oot houBO-lasVnigbt.'' j,| ! u ' '?Nothin',' replied tlio^man jamming his - hands in-his pockots and gazing lip at tho v ' Did'nt/ L ,hBav..a .iWonmn yell m^lrnt, /'liouso,Va,''few:^ j .'pplicdrhaiil! L (. ?1 ' ''Sjliduldn'b' wdnd'ei\' returned. tho man carplessly.. ;f»ict I know you did, for ,;I ,heard' lier myself.','' , <;>;/? " 1 What's going on in tlioro?' queried tho policeman peeping in:1 ;1/'! , I guess lie's licking my .tyif&V' suggested " <.< i ;';Vi J",-i ''Do youlliye here?''asked tho policeman ^um.'Spmo! astonishment;;! _ ! Ii iUsed.'.to.'ibiitnl kinder-fell out o' tho habit'lately,'1 wag''the"Very'1 indifferent re sponse.j / * .!i' : .' What khid of a mail aro to stand out liore and let anothor man lick your wife ?" )' jlemaiiidoilvthotpolicom...

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HE LEARNED THE RAILROAD BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

HE.-LEARNED- THE RAILROAD J f ? ^BUSINJES^ ) j A f/iehh JcoHntiynmn came to Atlanta a short time since to get a situation! on some of the many railroads centering jhere. Ho gained admittance soon after his arrival and commenced the following conversation with a railroad official: j ' I want to try and get some wprlc on the railroad.' ' What can you do ?' ' Oh, most anything.' ' Can you ruu a locomotive ?' ' A loco-what ?' inquisitively countryman. . ' An engine, I mean.' ! .htmnhth ' Well, I can't say I can ; but I liavo rid ;On 'em and .1 could mighty soon know jfipfjf V| |'J; $/ j , PI ffi*3 ^<np jtim§|to learn iyou. Pro "'tfalMyiyou can -Icay- trocft. Havd you over tried that ?' 1 ' I can't say that I can.' kj&ia? ' The railroad man studied awhile, ana re marked : ' I don't think you know much -p.bput^raih/.Qad-ljusiness, but if you want a place pWi foifitho name of it, I'll 'give you a ;pia6'G*a3'Va^Jeftxiplor. You can) repp^'t tp Mr. , and he will tell you wh...

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THE WRONG BOUNCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

r T|lB..\VJtO^Cf-BOxUNqJS v f/ . ' SUPPOSE,' began;; a" 'lifctjo red-lie'aded man-,' \yitl/a ;wild Jpok in ljip oy.es, as lift, halted a; policeman on Porter-street tlio other day ' suppose my mother-in-law drops down up on me in October and remains right along "niltil" now,"occupying IJT^b^firroom, fretting .the children, putting my wife up to bo vcranky, and greeting mo;; daily with-rsu^li ' opitliets a,s,& brute; hyena, aiidi'miser .. 'A'es supposeisho doofe ?'ii >"t K^Swa ' Suppose that I finally coaso to endure and bounce her out? Can sho have mo arrested ?' - , i1 V If you;assault Oier she can ' Would I bo iined over §10 ?' ' I think not-not for carrying her out doors in your arms.' t t , Tliaiilcs^ 'Bot^een^tMs^find four o'clpclc1 'someone will gct boiinced?^!In othdriwords,v !iPshall!'pass tho-Bubicbn.' (j H % w At ten oclock that night the same oflicor in a drunken Bleep in a, lunibei^ yard four, blocks from J'lis fiioniboJ i'ly'lie hauled'him out into tlio light...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

C^OBBESPONDSNTS will lire JsotJi them»«lv« i/ " and those connected with this journal a good ,deal of trouble by observing the following rules: Correspondence, intended for publication in our n«Trs columns, should be addressed to the editor, " 'while advertisements and: business communication! ' should be sent to the proprietor. While we shall be (flad at any time tb receire for publication items of local interest, wc shall-freely mae our privilege of excising any offensive allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing, in such , an extremely exj>ensive luxury, that 'we cannot afford' to thare it with anyone else. . 'Advertisements, except those coming from subscribers and responsible persons, must be" paid h-jtotIn-edjrence. ?):,(;:X All communications must be accompanied by the j real name andjaddress. of the gender.; t : / , ''r> J;Special Notice. ; - OX and.after this date our casli terms for adyer tising will be as under, vii.:--. 1 1 "'Fourteen words and under,',... ! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

ilic ||c|jc«iu A POTfrM ISMPOMIT ?QMk$ , E'OOti 'X'HB, SPJUO.fLE!. Published every Saturday Morning. (CONTAINS leading articles on tlie prominent J questions of tho day ; tlio latest local news, and telegrams; humourous extracts , from Amorican journals ; special correspondence and tho latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s. 6d. per quarter, in advance. KEFSftW TIMES OFFICE, ! High-street, Penrith. . taxes Special Jobbing* Department. THE proprietor of tlio , Ne.pmn Tin'tcs is pre pared to execute printing of every descrip tion'. Posters, business'cards, bill-heads, pro : grammes, etc., turned put at the shortest notice, with neatness .and dispatch. . . - , Charges,as lovv as possible. ^ Estimates, furnished. II AY, A N D CORN STORE, HfGH-STREHT, PENRITH. . kinds of PRODUCE. always on Hand 9. - jr. wjaiiTS fjTlLL CONTINUES TO MAKE FIRST-CX-ASS BOOTS _ . TO ORDER. mnE very best material used, and a good fit JL guaranteed on the' shortest notice. Life and Accideiit [Assurance ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

LOCAL NEWS. ,.(! mThb :local band entertained the public last1 Saturday evening with some choice selections of popular music. The company .(dis rapidly improving, and will soon be cre ditable ,to the town as a band. Tho " rub " they recently received in connection with . fchojr^performances on; the race day maiyhow fee'witli'drawu,' and a complimentary line in serted, tliereinstead. '..m! THE funeral cortege of the lrtte Mrs. Skeleton, wifo of Mr., Richard. Staploton of 1 Frogmore, passed through the town 011 Suu . day last towards the Roman Catholic burial ground at Castleroagli. The procession was ftb'dut two-thirds of a mile in length. De ceased died on the previous Friday. She' was 67 years, of ago; was a native of county l'ipperary, and had; residod oyer forty-two years in this district. She was ( ..yeryitnucU respectod.: , i ,r , ,i ,i.| . Ai-DEiiMAN Collkhb having resigned his " "poBition in the Penrith Council; it dovolves upon the ratepayers to elect anothor in liis nplace,...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday, Morning. SATURDAY, MAY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1883

v Published ovevy Saturdayj '?Morning'. ?. ;. SATURDAY, MAY 26.TT-: ? i... TuB.yerdict returned, on jtlio j latoj accident at Esk Bank, arid further .. disclosures which ? Have , since been made,'. have .rioj point in vi favor of those in authority, ibufc rather re ; flection them, actions in .'rio manner credit ~ able or sensible.^ It; is now acknowledged that some one' has blundored,Tand it is further apparent, from certain-facts .; since made known in connection /with; the- sad event, that those (if there be a j plurality blameable) who issued that Btrarige ordei* are well aware that they have' blundered, arid are endeavoring to the utmost of their, powers to exonerate themselves in the. pub-' "~lic eye, and'crowd the" responsibility oh tlie under-officers, whose means of defence are not so extensive as are those of themselves, t -The authorities woro very prompt in sus (r (pending Woods, the driver, but for, Iwhat tliey can: at present assign' no acceptable , (.vreason. . He was...

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THE PARASOL ANT. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

"THE,PABASOiAM ,i bA,, iCpnREBPp^DKNx ,,from ^e^Lojjtdohy^rfrf, .writing from>the island of TrinidadiV \V"i ll.; v,8ays!:' i-?>r/vni-i 'k> <(Timn : 'H'^' We 'Mrero 'abdtifc I'otnniiiig.'jid;'ihe!,boat when one of Mr. B's sons/ who had been sornp little .distance vaway, from; us paiinter ing'taWui in' the/bush J oalled1' mb-to iribme back, and, on going to where ho was, ho pointed to what seemed a broad band of moving leaves right aoross the path, and, on looking more closely, I saw wo had mot with ,'bno: of; ithoae onormoua swavras<of the " parasol ants," which are so destructive to plantations in the tropics. '.'' TKipy were fcrossing from bnti dido of/the ,.\V,p,od to:' the! oilier, and wero ' tr^volling/in a .column of more than'a foot andahalfip width; and as each insect earned in its ;mouth a, piece, of leaf, which, entirely .covored tlie body, they presented a singular' appear jtiijce,, like, ft; Lilliputian grove in motion; .and, -,although we |...

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PROVERBS FOR THESE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

" X PliOVlilhWl^OH THKfe'K 'DAYS! ' '/''Beware offalse prophets'and' patent tooth ':kclie' {frkp&'i.<V'"U'?; 1111" "took' not' jxgop.\ II16 with the pool fcelleiyfor it is notwise'to "bet j urilbbs'rjrbuiicaii Wini ii;-n nr.ipi *h;-ihji.o j u Tr^nottogiiy the stranger whojs.oujournetb 'WJtby(,laanclaiiilWmetlfme'ek'and Sa'd;\for of such are throe-card imonte men madel * ..'A'wise'woman '-will not light the fire with kerosene,^bui; will inyitQ. |he seryant.. to <*#h{)nf slio'owe^'throe* Months' wages do * r;;i:;,!/,T!j;.i(i/ r ; If a man smites tliee, on the right cheek; turn also (to, ^imlli^' left1 [ ctyeek, and perad venture thou'canst'with'great efobe plant a .kick.that will cause him.to.become, .aiscourj .'Aged-and repent of his; follyy. | The young man who drinketh too copi ously of firejvateiyand toieth to, J'<iiu^ a tQwn'f will iAMfiomb to ^I'ief; whert'inrhe fullness of time he hath everlastingly bammerod the stubborn limbstonel ?' 1 ...

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NOTHING FIT TO EAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

. I -.NOTHING. Fl'l' TO. EATi! (I i >i < T ' I'i ,11 n.';" , . . :. j J. IN; Lounsbury's' life; of James Fenimore ppopei'i/jUBt published; in. good story is' told ? of the novelist wliilo1 travelling in the wilder ness bordering on the Ontario. The party to which ; he> belonged came .upon - an inn wliei'ef ^hey" were not expected!. ' The land (lord' waB totally unprepared, and met them ,with a sorrowful countenance. There was, he assured them' nothing in the houseStliat was fit to^etitk-When asked what he had that was not "fit to eat, he conlcl only say in j'pep^y tha^'lie could furnish/them with veni son, pheasant, wild duck; and some fresh fish.' To the astonished question ' of what better ho supposed they could wish; the landlord, ineekly replied that lio thought they might llave wanted some salt pork I < r/> S'\ 'f* -J v T, (T ? 1 f -«? ^ fT

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IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

.mitt THE soul' of; God1 is pointed'into the > world through1 the'though ts ' of linen.'1 THE" Svoi'ld stands on ideas, not on, iron or cotton; and the iron of iron, the fire of fire, the ether and-aouro^df ,all ;eleinerits, is jmort^rforco. AS mpud^on'cloudi' as sriow on»snow^as the ;bird'<rests' on/ the air and the jplanet rests ion space in its fliglit-RR-so do uations,of men and their institutions reBt on thoughts. -E. W, ' Eitib'ivon;' ,,,

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MISCELLANEOUS. A MODEL CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

MISCELLANEOUS.,( o, * --r n : * h A MODEL CITY. THE City ol Pullmam (of railway car cele-, brity) is thus described by an American writer" On the shore of the beautiful niinjature Lake 'Calumet, 'nestlings byrthe, side| of ijts greaji1'Bister Lake jl Michigan, 14 miles BQuthjpf..Chicago, on tbe|lUii>bis/Cjni£ tral Railroad, is the youngest and most per fect city in the world. Beautiful in every belonging; containing 700 . inhabitants; comprising broad, well-paved streets, walks and boulevards, parks and lakes; possessed of a perfect system of sewerage and drain iago;5 pupplfed {with- ;'gas arid W^tpr. fromjitsg own public works; embracinjg within its corporate limits factories, foundries, and 'workshops, which give employment' to ' 2500' men, and which represent an invested 'capi tal of about six millions (of dol&rsj j^enjby-' ing the advantages of model public library, of a really beautiful-theatre-and-perfeotly constructed church, of business houses, banks/yschoollio^se...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

LOCAL NEWS. THE tonder of Messrs. T. Kirby,,and J. Galloway has been accopted for the orection of a pasoonger atatiqu at Spnngw.oo^gn the, Greai NVestorn'Railway/ " " " i We are given to' understand that before couvnext1' issue, the Nepcan Timet will have, change^ hands. Mr..A. Golless undertakes ' tlie' lnanagoraon t, and the present staff occupy same positions as heretofore. Tho mechanical portion of the business 1 being under tHe'pbrsonal supervision of Mr. W. J., Rhodes, whose ability as a compisitor and general printer, has given every satis faction. Under the new, proprietory our readers and advertisers inay oxpect big . things. ....;.... , , ; An inquest was held on Friday last at Eakbank; to inquire into tho circumstances connected with the mysterious death of 'Robert Moore, who was engaged as points .inan at Lithgow Zigzag. Tho deceased, as reported in last issue was found a short dis tunco from his points. with a bullet hole through his head. The evidence talton was ,wholl...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

'JkffJMJtfVW J-V> CHAPTER V. n!:wbtti to whisper j whocan'gacffe Will it be No, swoet? Wlllitbo IVn ?Next morning'Wilfred''made liis way punctually to Azalea Lodge, as the War-| fours had named bowery suburban bouse; and, MJioon aa.lunoheon was.over, liis beau-! tiful 'h'oflt6M, setUn^^iorsoff'iSfeifolPtably in a<low chair* and directed Wilfred to take one near her, said with a smile which lie found distraotingly like Oelia's- i . Now begin at the beginning, please, Mr.' .Menteith. ( Onpo upon a time there were! Wo'' lovers, el distinguished . South' ivuQ' oi charming girl-;-of; course sho was charming,' Edgar,' she explainod, with a laughing glance at her husband, who leant on tlio back of her chair,' becauso she was exactly like me. Go onpMr.'Menteitli. In a-showtime . Wilfred told his strange" story," a&d c6rifefi6ed ;t6 his ihdis oreet'liaste:1 .. >.<?. // ,-.'i ! 4 Do you think,' ho asked, anxiously, when, he had finished, '.that Oelia will e...

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DEATH FROM BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

' DEATH FROM BURNS. If |[ < i v ',/ fi't ' V ^nrooET' Hbbbbrt, who resided;, with (lier husbffnii^amel Herbert, gairdener '5to ''Mr. Stubbs at Lawson, died on Sunday last from the effects of bums received on the previous manner. It appears 'tiaat iiSr'husband left the house bii" Saturday morning toigoto Spring wood, and when he returned found fhis wife lying oh-theJfloor with her head close to the fire. All the back'portion of her hair was burnt off, and the scalp vf&a somewhat injured by the heat. One of her' hands was also burnt severely which tyas* probably caused 'by -her endea vours to extinguish the blaze when it caught her head. Deceased had been subject to fits for spme-years, and it is supposed that alio 'Kj&dr fallen down while m a fit, and, her head'lia'd'came in contact' with the'firei " A saucepan, which was? uj3aet1(was, found close by her, making it apparent1 thai slie'Was engaged c6oking;at,the.;tjnje ofitbo/accidentr ThVDi&trict Co...

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A Comedy of Errors. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

A, Come<ly of ErrorsM,. CHAPTEK IV. , Her head . was "turned* away-she was ex amining a cluster of bright exotics with the interest which only new arrivals ever show -but he could not possibly be mistaken. The shapely curve of her throat, the grace fulgygitfe; jjfJidjysnmll j head,' .the,repose of her unstudied attitude, were Celia's and could be Celia's alone. rm. Wilfred was still gazing spoil-bound, , !i.when Major Ferrand addressed him. ; ' " ';Menteith, we are trying hard to make up another set. Let me introduce you to Mrs. Wardour-she has only just come,out and cannot have teuceumbed to thd climate yet.' * | And, before bo had sufficiently recovered *')fiJom>iiis amazement to realise'What lie wds doing, Wilfred found himself bowing io Celia after a few rapid words from his host, and"Majp? F^rrfind was .triumphantly lead ing forward a baBliful ensign and a judge's pretty daughter to bo their vU-a-vis. I During the quadrille Wilfred half' envied, half execrated Cel...

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WENTWORTH FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

' WENTWOETk^FAljfjS. f' < i:. , . ,. i ' i . . . v IN reply to a letter addressed (by Mr. T. It. Smith, M.P., regarding the dangerous state of a culvert near Wentwortli Falls, the fol lowing lias been received ,, :!! 11" ,i >; i I f! I ;l r«> j 11 (,, ; if i-'t Department of Public Works, . . ; «<(!.!'(! i n'lM'i 11 Sydney, '25th'May,118831i ' n j. Sir,-I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of 14th inst,, public subject noted hereunder, and to informf-yoti that's instructions; have been issued by the local oflicer to have a set of -24 inch pipes-put in at once at tho plaeo-referred to. - I have the honor, &c" JMitH 'SWObiW ,C'.B;iW/,'LYNK, »d'S for Commissioner for Roads. T. B. Smith, Esq.', MiL.A.i '< - ran

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

coMME^SMif | Messrs, lliclmvdson nnd Nix6iV(Hu'cAos.(i'6i'i)'(plitelisy« 'J'. 11. nnd S. Smith) report tho following sales on'1 C'i'ljnrsday, thu^SOth-inst-. s~\ .- ?, s \ ? v 1 - r«l}lo O&t J lay)--J 5 Oil ^ J fis (Hi ? ; V I } vBuiit1loyOnl lfnyil'lfl O(l,l:o (i«7>d-' '.> -. Lnoorno May, 8s (Id to 8s (Id ^ Wheat IIay, -la Od.il ji f '.n*U< Wlieat Mia Out J lay, la Od to -Is Cd \Q\uiii:SU!nw.f»-Witp »?;M /i" :t Olmff, mixed, '1m C|d to .'la (ill Olm'lii oiiteii) 4m 5(1'16 fib' OU' »*l» Wheat, (is Oil Orilii .suud,"2s 0(1 to lis 0(1'. OnlM, feed, lis 01 to Zh^OiI \_ Com, Bs'OdV. v V v I'olntoo*, lis Od to -In Orl Vol In vd, In 2d "-1 ' Pumpkins, Is Od to 2b (id Turnips, is.0)}.,. ..... .. , Billot 'Wood, 3 m 'iId-it o l(IM[d, . ilundlo Wood," lO.VOtl to 20s Od Foot Wood, I is Od (o Ills Od .wsKsawsft'*'^' Choeso, .!(! to 7d lluttfir, ls'fid to 2s 21'd .; if ;,,1' :%#; 2;i iia to;2sviod ^ .?<,*!* tt'\ Jinctin, Hd' jfw; v flousa, 7s Od to lis Od Tur...

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NEPEAN BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

NEPEAN BRIDGE.'' THE following letter lias been received by our member relative "to-the Nepean Bridge : Department 'of: Public Works, ;Kailway,Braneh, i / im ' i j,-Sydney, May 22nd,, 1888. ; ,,,, Sir,-Rcforring/to your letter .of ,,tho 6th instant, urging the construction of a partition between the roadway aud railway over, the Nepeau 'Bridge at Ppuritli. I-have, the,honor to inform you, that y this imipt.br belongs to thb.business of the Boadk'.Depart ImciitVand Ihavp sent' .your communication on'to' tliut'Branch.. ? '' i . ? Lliiivc the honoiv&o.i' ' ." -I jV.'". ':|0.'A;'QoobaHAi',' mm/ r i i'i . /i"!-'Commtajibii<»IfprV-RMlways.' .' ,T.'n. sihitii;,Esq.;,>n

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