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ARCHDEACON MENCROK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868

ARCHDEACON M'ENCROK. Hark I tbe solemn anthoms rise, t White the muffled bells are pealing, Wafting to the listening skies, From a host of mourners kneeling, Sorrow for aa aged head, Honour for a hero dead. True, he died tho common deoth j Prouder uames are writ in story ; His to win no earthly wreath, Poet's bays or soldier's glory ; Nay, nor o'en tbe fleeting lame Borrowed from a titled name. Wherefore, tbon, that weepiog crowd ? Is it gold that claims their sorrow? Gold tbat, evon in its shroud, Lustre from tho grave can borrow, Elevating 'mid tbo just Spirits that deGlod tho dust. Theio'migbt win tbo purpled pall, Pomp and pride and crowded pieces »i But the silence over all, But the shadowed, tearful faces, Put tbo thousand hearts as one, Xove tbat knew no mortal taint, Purged of all earth's bitter Icavon, Love for sinner, lovo for ssinti Pointing both tho way to heaven— Truth that nono could turn or bond, Faithful, eves to tho end. Well msy solemn requiems swell, Flowers be st...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All. letters intended for publication must bo I accompanicd by tlio real name uud address of the writer— nut necessarily for publica tion, but for tlu information of tha editor. THE MINING 'RECORD, i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 18G8,

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868

Bricks for Salo. p. B1UOK9 of tho best quality for Salo at £S per thousand. i F. A. MAiiTYN, f Company's Dan Cheap Bedding t 1 WHEN a Man has dono bis daily there's nothing like a Good Bed. A BKD ond HLT.OW, of tbo very materials, for ONE POUND. Appljr ;t . ; LAWRENCE, the Bell-mao, Opposite tbe Al

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER [?] (Before the Police Magistrate ASSAULT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868

LOUAL JN'EWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. * Monday, Septeubbr 14. . (Beforo the Police Magistrate.) Mary Jano Murray, 'otherwise 'Sqnarey' —who was described in Iho chargeohcet ns a dress.makcr, oped 10, from Scotland, and - by religion a Protestant— was brou.-hl up in cus tody, charged with violently assaulting Mary Cook, by strikini* her on the head with a tum bler, on tho previous afternoon. Prisoner: Sho hit mo first. , Constable Best .deposed to his having ar rested tho prisoner on the pr.-vtous. day. When charged with iho oflencp, shesaid com plainant hail first bit her on the. band, and that the (prisoner) then lifted a tumbler and throw at her. She exhibited a alight abrusion on her hand, iut-h as might bo inflicted by a 'ft'; fragment of. broken glass or crockervworc. Comp'aiuunt deposed that sho was at pre sent staying with Funny Rafter, That about ? ' ' 2 o'clock on Iho previous doy, the prisoner, in compiny with a man, whose name she did not know, camo to Fanny Rafter's; only...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PERILOUS BALLOON VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868

A PERILOUS BALLOON VOYAGE. Oao dull day in ontumn, just after noon, abalioon roso into tbo air at tho foot of Cleet Hilts, on tho western edgo of tho great ran| rat plain of England. Bring infljtcj*^^ the lightest gases which chemical (I*' coil pro duco, it roso with amazing vpWily, |A-milo than a thousind feet tbisk. Emerging'Trom this, tbe sun sbono brightly on tho air-ship the sky over bead was of the clearest and deepest blus t and below lay cloudtond, ou immeasurablo expanse of cloud, whose surface looked as eolid as that of the earth, now wholly lost to view. Up roso tho balloon with tremendous velocity. Four miles above the earth. A pigeon wos let looso; it dropped uown lurougu iuo nir ui u u »«»u been a stone. Theoir was too thin to enable It to fly. It was as if a barque, tadon to tho deck, were to piss from tbe heavy waters of tbo open sea into an luland unsalino lake— tho bark would (ink nt once Iu tbe thinner water. Up, up, itillhijher 1 And what a | tilcnce profound ! N...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARLES THE BARRISTER'S FIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868

CHARLES THE BARRISTER'S FIX You will remember that I wai always coast* I dered a very pretty boy ; aud in early days, when we were all children, you used to say I tbat I ought to havo been a girl. When I ' was about twenty-one years old, I was staying 1 ono long vacation with somo frionds of mine of the 110th Rccimont. then quartered in Iro* land. In tbe regiment thero was a certain. Captain Dundee, who was rather a hoavy, stupid fallow, though a pretty good officer, and who prided himsolf upon being very sharp. He utcd to boast that nobody could take bim in, and that bo would reooguiso a person in any cocceivablc disguise. I was vcrjr intimate with Captiin Dundee, end eo far from think* ing bim very sharp, I used to abuso -liim for bis stupidity, and was always cbaQlog him on tho subject. Ono evening at mess, wbsn Captain Dundee was not present, bets were made tbat I could not pass an evening in his company dressed as a lady without his discovering tbo trick. I betted that I could ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MONSTER OF THE AIR.—A VERY STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

A MONSTER OF THE AIR.— A VERY STRANGE STORY. Yesterday, about five o'clock p. m., when every ono had finished work at this- mine (Garin Mine), and the workmen in a group wero awaiting thoir evoning meal, wo saw coming through tho air a gigantic bird, which at first sight wo supposed to bo acloud divided | from its companions by a chance current of I As tbe objeet in question ramo nearer, lining us wiui n Tory uaiunu icuuiib ui .ur prieo, wo were ablo to noto that it was an unknown creature of tho air— tho roo of the 'Thousand and Ono Nights,' perhsp?, or possibly a levinthan of the deserts. From whence did it come P Whero was it going? Its direction wasfrom northeast to southwest; its flight rapid, and in a direct line. On passing a short distance, and orer our heads, wc were able to note tho raro structure of its body. Its great wings wero clothed with a brown plumogo. The head of tho monster was in shapo similar to that of a grasshopper, with enormous eyes, widoopon, and brilliant...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. TWO POWDER-HOUSES COMPLETELY DEMOLISHED.—A MAN BLOWN TO ATOMS.—STICKS OF TIMBER THROWN A THOC[?]ABD PEET IN THE AIR. Newburg, June 4. 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. TWO roWDBR.IIOUSKa COMPLETELY DEMO LtBKED.— A VAX BLOWJf TO AT&IB.— STICKS OP T1UDEH TIMOTO A. THOUSAND PBET IK SUB A1B, Newburg, June 4, I8GS. Dwellers along tho Hudson Biver for a distance of 30 miles north and south of this city wero startled at G o'clock this morning by the shaking of their houses, tbe rattling of windows, and two distinct, heavy, rumbling reports. Many supposed that two shocks of an earthquake had taken place, and rashed from their houses ia oxcitement. Tbe ciuso 10,000 pounds of powder, and tbo blowing up of two powdor mills, owned by Messrs Smith and Bund, about four miles west of this city, on tbe South FJank Koad, leading to Waldon, Orange County. A visit to tho spot re veolod tho following facts t— The graining mill, whero tho first explosion occurred, was a sort of double building, 20 x 10 feet, built of stono, with wooden sides, and one story high. It stood about 100 feet from tho main road, separated from tbo latter by a clum...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. Wede not necessarily endorse the opinions [?]ed by our correspondents.) (THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. : Wedonot necessarily endorse theopinions lirAsed by our correspondents.] I TUB BDITOB OP TOR UIM1KO BEOOBD.1 ^tB,— In your issue of tbe Cth instant I lj an individual annoyed, and who is, per ps, tempted to withdraw from tho Church consequsnce of a scat which he claims as own being given to another. Now, I uld advise him and nil others to tako the ud I havo done ever since pow.rcnts wero rodueed, namely— not to give countenance such a practice by paying for a seat. J As Christians, we have a perfect right to ,it whoro we like. In tho sight of God, aud God's IToase, we are all equal. , I read iu Scripture that tho Pharisees loved ,ho upporm&st soits in the synagogue. Do »e not follow tbe same practice when, by pay ig for it, we can claim the uppermost aeats q Church P Ob, moncfl money I how thou irt worshipped even in Church I whilo tho ndividual without money may be told to go lown lower and sit, as many have donotlais I rinter, with tbe full current of air ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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A TALE FOR THE MARINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

A TALE FOR THE MARINES. I can only tell it to yon as he told it us. It toands improbable, certainly, but no one can say it irimpossiblo. What is thoro to pro Tent a lady, if she is so Inclined, from——? But that would spoil tbo story. ' And tbero is no law of nature, I suppose, to restrain a man who is devoid of gentlemanly foelings as he is ?. But that wonld tell you what isooming. It is no good saying ho was in . ,* toxlcated, becausoldefyyou to got drunk on 1 sherry and soda-water ; and to lay it to tho : heat of tbo season is absurd, for it was a re. I xnarkably cool evening for August. No I Jon kynsisaman who has bad some strange ox porionces, and this was not tho loast among them. The occasion of which I am now speaking, when I found him drinking sherry and soda-water, and smoking cheroots with three officers of marines, ono of whom with fire gloves and a withered roso before him was telling how— 'after leading mo in this way, after gaining my young affections in this treachero...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

[?] Sir— Believing you to be an honest, inde pendent journalist, I appeal to your sense of justice to allow mo a small.. spice in your columns, to say a fow words in favour of another freo, bold, and open, brother writer I allude to the Editor of the ' Freeman.' You wero good enough to allow yoar cor respondent 1 Irish Catholic' the run of your paper, to call upon his countrymen and co religionists to hold a meeting for tho purpose of collecting fun*s for tho defence of tbo ' Freeman' ogaiuet the prosecution it is now enduring— prompted by tbo personal malice of tho Attorney-General) and tbo costs of which will bo paid for from tho jitiblic purse. I wish to say I will heartily co-operato with him, or any other gentleman or gentlemen, ia helping ia promoting so desirablo an object. I consider it is tbo duty of erejy well thinking man to bear a hand in maintaining the liberty of the Prestf. Tho 'Freeman' has, evidently, never of. fended in any way that would be likely to bring it unde...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FALLING LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

FALLING LEAVES. They are falling, slowly falling, Thick upon the forest sldo j , - Severed from the noble braoohes, ^ tyhero they wared in beauteous pride:' ? ? They are falling in the valleys, * . Whero tbo early violets spring ; And thebirds Io sunny spring-tune. First their dulcct muafo sing. They aro falling, sadly falling, Closo beside our cottage door ; Palo and fadod, like the loved ones That have gone for evermore. Thoy aro Calling, and the sunbeams Snino in beauty soft around ; Yet, the faded leaves are falling, Palling on the mossy ground. . They are falling, ever falling, Where tbe Autumn breftes sigh t When tbo stars in beauty glisten, Bright upon tbo midnight sky. Thor are falling, when the tempest Moans Hkeocean's hollow roar; When tho tuneless winds and billows Sadly sigh for evermore. They aro falling, thoy are falling, While our saddened' thoughts still go To the sunny days of childhood, In the dreamy long ago. And their faded hues remind us Of tho blighted hopes an...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. THE RUSH TO JUNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

.LOCAL NEWS. THE RU3II TO JtTNEB. In cousequonce of intelligence being re ceived at Grenfoli a fejr days ago from parties residing at Junee, to the effect that tho aliu vial prospectors there had struck gold under very favourablo conditions, a numberof par sons aiarted hence for, the rush without loss of time. News of tho discovery had also been conveyed to other places, and about tho early part oflast week there could not be less than a hundred miners on the ground. From ft gentleman who has just returned we have ob. tamed ttio following particulars i— The prospectors bottomed ot 65 foet on a fine.looking wash, obout eighteen hicbea thick, tho ainking being firm, and requiring no Blabbing. It was rumoured they had washed i dwt to the dish, but their statement to our informant was— that out of one.third of a load washed they got 3J dwts of gold. They are very retlcont, howeror, about the matter, and refuso to show the gold. The leasing system has, of course, been set into operation ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

Cheap Bedding 1 WHEN -' Man ha# dono lui daily toil (brio's nothing liko a Good Bed. A BED and PILLOW, of tbo very best malcrialij for ONE l'OUND. Apply to /? LAWItENOE, llio Bell-man, /' Opposite tbo Albion. Tailing-Yard and Paddock. SAMUEL JACKSON, of tho 'Travellers' Best Hotel,' on the Forbos Road, ono anda-balfmile from Grenfell, takci in horses to tail at 2i por week. They are kept ia a largo secire paddock at nipht, and tailed out during th day, and got op for tho owuers any day reqifcd. LAKES' SEMINARY MAN-STREET, GRENFELL. MRS. I. A. WRIGHT is now prepared to 'cccivo a limited number of Pay Pupils, tovliom abo will impart thorough and useful imruction in Eng^h generally, with necdlo ad fancy work. Terms! payable quarterly, or monthly, IK ADVAKCt Englii, &c ? ? £2 2s por quarter Ditto 'upils under ten £1 Is „ Accomlishmonts, Extra. Grenfl, September 3, 1808. )R. FALDER (Merabi of tho Royal Coliego of 8urgeons, Londi, 1827. &c.t Ac. ; a legftlly.qunliiicd Modi...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRENFELL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ILLEGALLY ON THE PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

GRENFELL POLICE COURT. Saturday, SBrrBuoxa 10. - (Before the Police Magistrate.^ '* ILLEOiLIT OX TUB 7BEU18EB John J. Bornett, on remand from tbe pre'* vious day, was cbarge'd with being unlawfully on tho premises of Elizabeth Scott; a married woman, on Ihe night of Thursday last. ' Complainant depoiod that aho ndt in bed on tlio sight in'q'uet'tion— sho could not state tho time, it was after midnight — when she waa ' awakened by tho touch of some person's hand.' under the bed clothes. She at once got up, and struck a light, when ebo found tbe pri-' ' soner knosling agalust the bod. Sho ordered him to leavo tho house, and as he did 'not im mediately do so sho ran aa-oss to tho hut of two men named Brinsmeade and Brett, livinjf a short distanco from her place, and, routing them up, told them tbero was a man in her tent, and askod them to protect her.- Tbo men got up ; and Brinsmead war going across wift her when, onty a yard or two from his tent, ho met the prisoner, who aeixed him a...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORANGE PRICES. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

ORANGE PBIOB8* WHOLES 1LB. Fino flour, per ton, £10 Batlon, ditto, £14. Wheat, per bushel, 5s 6d Bran, per ton, £3 Pollard, -littOj £5 Hay, per ton, £3 Chaff, ditto, £4 Corn, por bushel, 4* Potatoes £6 10s per toil Barley, -Is. Gd Eggs, per dozen, Is Butter, per lb, Is Gd — Western Examiner. T10B SALE, by Private Contract,' the pre JJ mises known as the 'Grenfell Brewery ?' situate in Upper George-street, together with (bo whole of tbe Brewing utensils, for par ticulars, apply to Mb WM. JONES, Auotionoer, &o.. Bricks for 3alo- -nBIOKS of tho best quality for Sale at £2 6s Jj per tbouiaud. F. A. MABTYN, Company's Dam, For Sale! A QUANTITY of Throe*bushel Bags. Apply to THOMAS BEECE, ?At the Foundry, For Sale, AFtfLL-SnARE in tbo Prospecting Olulm and No. 1 South (amalgamated) Welcomo Beef, Prico Fifty-five Pounds. Apply, on tho Beef, to WM. 8. BITCHIE. Tenders TENDERS will be received until Wednes day next, the 30th instant, for liaising from 200 to 1000 Tonsof Stono in tbe E...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. I Hiuum or tot SI',? i M°*'' IT. 0 23* C*37* - 2 W. Full Moon, 23 p.m. 0 22 6 Sg ' S Th. 6 21 5 39 4 F. Moscow burned. 1812 6 20 5 40 6 8. C 18 6 41 0 8. 14th attbb Pxstbcobt 0 17 6 42 9 M. 6 10 6 44 8T. Port CartisBo.b, 1851 0 15 5 45 © W. ' 0 14 5 40 lO.Tb. Moon'slstqr, 88a.m. 0 13 5 47 11' By 0 12 5 48 . 7*. S. Gov.King arrived, 1800 6 11 5 SO 1# 8.* I5ra aptsb Pbktbcost (- 13 5 60 14 M. 0 0 5 51 . IS T. 0 8 5 52 10 W. New Moon, 18 24 p.m. 0 7 5 53 17 Tb. 0 0 5 64 38 F. Wills, explorer, buried, G 6 6 65 * 19 S. [18G1 0 4 6 50 SO 8- 16tb attbb Pbktbcobt 0 3 5 57 31 M. G 2 5 68 28 T. 0 1 5 50 23 W. Spring commences 0 0 G 0 24 Tb. Moon'a fit qr, 1*20 a.m. 5 59 0 1 25 F. 5 58 G 2 29 8. 5 57 6 3 27 8. 17th ARBS PBSTBC08T 5 50 0 4 28 M. 6 55 G 5 20 T. Michaelmas Day 6 65 6 5 SO W. 6 64 G 6

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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BATHURST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

BATHT7BST PRICES. Oats, per bushel, 3s. 3d Corn, per bushel, 3s 3d Hay, £3 6s Ditto, lucerne, £3 Butter,' salt, per lb. 10'd Ditto, fresh, ditto, Is Bacon, good, per lb., 8d. Lard, ditto, 7a Cheese, per lb. Sd. Onions, per ewt., scarce Flour, floe, per ton, £17 104 Whoat, por bushel, Gs Od. - —Free Press.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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PROTECTION TO SLEEPING SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

' PROTECTION 0*0 BLEEPING SHARE HOLDERS. , . In* decision in tbo mining appeal case— Powell t. Rn.tr and Lbwm— shows dearly how important it is that mining regulations ahonid not only be drawn up by competent ? '* persons, but that there should be some local 'body on a gold -field to amend, quickly, defects as tboy wise, or make new laws to meet new emergencies. A decision was given In favour ?of the appellant because RrtBT and Lzwia bad not, the Court conceived, taken sufficient pains to aerve him jeraonally with tho re« ot 4 : quired notice. He new regulation's gaietted in March L-.' ? last, relating to sleeping shareholders, make j®! ' it compulsory on intending 'jumpers' of a « iloeping share' in a claim to serve bim with a uotira that bis representative in thtf claim is {& , not working it j or, if his place of abode be ' unknown, then to put a notice on the claim. and at the offico of tho Registrar. Rrc it and I1BWI8 averred the plice of abodo of ?*-\ . Powell was unkn...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 September 1868

?' ??? -r : the 'MINING ; RECORD' i ?' -T3 puousoea at wo Office, off Gearge-sircct, ? J. Grtnfell, early every Saturday morning. A It is tlio only paper printed in tbo important *jj 'srnd rising district of Emu Cr^ok, baa an ox* * tensive and increasing circulation on tho Emu Greek Gold-Fiolds j at Young, Forbes, Car* '* oo«r, Cowra, thoBlond, ana other settled ~ locaUtiesi amongst tho sqnatters and small settlers of tbo Lacblan ana surrounding dis tricts t And throughout tho colon; generally. j TERMS:— ' BtmacniprlOK.— Six shillings por quarter J ??'payablo in advance j or, if posted, seven ?hiilings and sixpence. Subscribers will bo ' received at any time; and charged from tho poriod at which the/ commonco. fl 1 ' AstB&TisiNO. — Advertisomonts aro J charged for at tho following rates For tho G first inch for less) of space, 4s. » for each succeeding inch, 2s. A discount of 33 per f' 'cent allowed for tbo second insertion, and ~ SO.per cant, on the second and third if for ...

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