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THE ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

--I FE' ODDPELLOWF'. SPORTS' ATT SALBURY. S purts were lhp? ,.on Monday. lt at.he grounds,i of the ,Agricultunil Society, ' under the auspices of the Royal Murray Lodge of Oddfollows. The weather' was oppressively warm,, and provented the esprt provided being thoroughly ap preciated by the spectators. The excep tional heoa, however, did not prevent a largo numnber of persons attending the ground during the afternoon, and the ladies, it was noticud, were predominant. The officers, who included Messrs V. F. Nagle as judge, C. Ten Brink as starter, J. J.1. Richardson and T. Chubb as handi. cappers, F. Simmons secrutary, and George Keone, treasurer, were assiduous in their attention to their duties, "ind their efforts wore largely attributable to the sneceess f . the gkthering. The menmbers of the order assembled at Day's Commercial Building some time prior to the hour fixed for starting the sports, when Billion's band, accommodated in a 'bus provided by Mr Geo. Carter, played selection...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE, YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

RECEIPT AND PAY WFFICE, YACKANDANDAII. AccountAw aiting Pymen t. -Corryong Atheneum, E. T. Ellin, H. Goonun, .1. (Irotsnhiill, C. llopgonrl. J; H. Bunt, J. Tuhol1 (°), J. Reid, unI M. Quhiutu .

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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BETHANGA ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

BEfHANGA ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S SPORTS. -4----- (rROM OUR OWN COnREirONDNaT.) These sports are annually becoming more important, and the last gathering certainly was the rmost successful of all, from a financial point of view and aleso front a public enjoyment point. The at tendance was not quite so large as mnight have been anticipated, hut this was on account of the unsettled state of the weather lately. Fortunately the day was gloriously fine, but very hot, and the Park, it must be admitted, is the most uncharitable place during a hot day. The shed (I mean the pavilion) was inorn plute, and; not s eliado acvr (t[rm a friendly stinmp could be found. Agabn, one could not molre far front the little spot cleared for the running, for fear of being lost in the high growth of thistles and weeds, &c., which were from 4 to 5 feet high. It is to be hoped that some thing will be done before the annual miners' sports, for the Park is mtore than a paying concern to the council, and the lea...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

COMMBIIC.A L. WODONUA. The following are the latest quota. tlons; Flour, £9 10s per totn Wheat, 3a 6d per bushel Butter (potted), 6d per lb Potatoes (Warrnmebool), £4 per ton Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), Is per lb Eggi, ls 3d per dozen White oats, 3s 3d per bushel Brown onto, 2n 3d plr bushel Cape barley, 3s (kl per bushel English barley. 4s por'bushel Bran, is per bushel Pollard, is per bushel Chalf, £3 10s per ton Ha/, £4 per ton . Peer,, 4.. pelr bushellt MELIIOURNE; Msonsr Hltirty and tonrlay, 34, King street, report :-Largo teOpplies of cheff coming forward, with market rather un. settled ou account of holidays. For best qouality prices ranged from £3 10n to £3 15s, and for second £3 to £3 its; lower and damnaged sorts from £2 upwards. All quota. tions bags returned.

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RACES AT TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

JA'CBS AT TALLIANATTA. The New Year's Day races took place pn the flats adjoining the township on Monday. The recent hspey rains ren dared the course very botgy in places; consequently the time of the races wee slow. The weather was rather to hot for enjoyment. Nevertheless, a large crowd of people assembled, who seemed to thorenghly appreciate the aiports. During the intervals of the advertised races, bridleo, a breast plate, and a scarf pin were run for. The racces on the whole were well contested. The following is the result: MAIDoz P?OTa, of 8 move. One mile. Mr C. Smith's Bells (ll. Smith)... ... , Mr Dodd's Itmpiety ... ... ... Won by two lengths, TAL.LAwoArrA IHAurcar, of 15 snov. Half a mile. Mr Roes' B?arhara, 8at 41b (Kennedy) ... 1 Mr Thomson's Last Request. Sat O1b ... 2 Mr Themson'. Miladi, 7st 121h ,~ ... 3 Mr Mitchell's Oliver, 7et 31h ,..... 0 Won hy a longt) ; a length one a half hetwoon second and tiird. PovtIANe' Poens?, of 6 move., one mile. Welght for age. Barba...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

GAZETTE NOTIGRS. LUAKMa Arriwov.o. John Larkin, 2903r3 1), Clundowrink Win. Smnith. l61a r2flp. Bruzruzig Jano A. Martini, 4Oacudguwra.

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BEECHWORTH AMATEUR RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

BEECH WORTH AiMA'llUR . t('ING CLUB. The New Year Mooting of the above 'club, held at Baarmutha Park on Monday lBst, was very successful, there being tine .weather, a large attendance, and excellent racing. The popularity of these race meetings was evidenc"-d by the fact that among those pre;: s n?., visitors from all parts of the .' in. :-:. i front over the Border, thoe r . ..u which arrived in the mgv ing ':'s Wangaratta being well, .",v.i::Jad.. Thle g.ruc,?ir:4nt.,'rtilt', ", fi4i ies, but they radr.rul'tue t an; indro ueute idea of tie atltelldinic, an mnmber' tickets (a large number of which were issued) represented three persons, in most instances. The management left nothing to be desired, the general arrangements .being exceller.t. Mr W. H. Fester, P.M., in his capacity as judge, left no opening for dispute ; while Mr W. M'Ourdy is to be complimernted upon the admirablo way in which he started the horses, getting theni away well together in every instance. Dr Decshon, as h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

' ar?,newan, Wtright, && CGo.; Lin'iited. PUI.LIC. NO l'ICE. iT I le t'i nu ttfv that nu have this day I Didtu trli of 1uitr IIU.INESS at "Ajýlry andt.AVl;•lfhga to PERi,-ILIEWAN, S.! itIt[T', lil UL'.IPA'Y (LLMIT'L'D). tetl hlayvo mullch plelnSfro in thlUlkilg yout for the kind andl liberil "support.roceivud by us for lllaly yars.r 'r?nlluuewa, W\right, and Coalpany, LJilitud, tre well stcablished with branches throughout the "colonies, antd agencits li all liarts of Ithe world. S Wa cain ,oitirlnootly rac?Lnmiend themn, and trust ehey will receive a cntiunnucuu of your aitronage. STANLEY & MUIR. Alhlry, 10th May, 1887. la reforeolce to L alorve, we havo much pleasure in soliciting a cnutintance of the asupport previously im:ornldcd to Metsra Stauley anu. S.tFir, and our p;tronot.any rest assurod of oulr leat entlui.vor. PLRMRlWAX, WRIGH'T, & COMPANY ILIMITED). fI L K I N:S 0 N, &c., of Now Stulth , and Victoria. o u!lvl. Aftwdunde mt~a, Uril...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

FRIDOLF, . JOHNSON, PLUMBER.& TINSMITH, HIGH • STREET, WODONGA, EGS to announre that he has opened a TIK?initli's Shop in the premises lately used as THI SP.NTI:II, Ollico. :'TANKS ? TA?S TI NKSt; ! Ali. ics iiide m to older. 7Baths 1 BathS! Bt hs! CHARLIE ·SVIYMONS AS started thile BEST CAB on 'the -? lino, ~ otwoon Albury and WHadongl, and will pay every Rttettion to" th-ose ammonwQRTH. I' whi ISTorai t with their p +atroinage. FELIX O'CONNOR HibAS tken the abovc ?wall-known hos ltelry, whoree he trusts to see his old and make oew frindls. ALES, WINES, and SPIRITS of the lhoicest bramds. " GOOId 1) 5, and every atcommoni lation for travellersaind failisir. Note the Addree:. CAMP STREET, v. BEECHWORTH. FA HOTEL, ,i Ac. ...dtion. ,MXBRICK'S HOTEL Y1; (ASijoiing the lrince of W\ales' ie- . ODI)ONGA, FnRST-CLASS ACCOlMMODATION for travellers and falilies. WI NES .d Si' I.R ITS. of t hea driptio inVemY ',AZ N ]Ii," SrAIoe.n*a SAMES P ABRICK, HALF-WAiY HOTEL, : Betweon Wodongals...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

&c., of Now ,South and Victoria. (;ritlich ;olld so.'a Clua t, Albury, oand Prince < SMACFARLAN E FUR Tits ..ItAL PFIRI1 INSURANCII COM I'ANY, nd. IDEN1' INDEMNITl COM.PANY, Melbourne. , r written for ornsspolonbts .. tort, or a ly othr busines..... S AND DIl tb: COLL' lam i when I am orved appearance, l's+'iAmericnn Hop D .?,cliffo Jaclson, --ll'ilmington, Del. a without a hunaelh of white Inlael, and Dr n the bottle. BEWARE nous stuff made to GORDON urveyors, IR T . LLBURY. rehitects, of Archi SE EATMEliT OF CIAL DISEASES THE LAWS OF ,F PHILOSOPHY OF ON '.SENSE, CTZIC OF M?DIOZIE CLUTIZONTED. NO MORE MERCURY OR PTHER NOXIOUS STOMACHIC COITAtIINAT/ONS. There Is hope for the Weob, the - Nozvros, and the DisO?aed, DR. T. C. WRICHT M.D., ChI. M., etc., ' The export specialist on Kidney, Nervous, and Special Complaints, registered by the tedienal Boards of Victoria and England , (and the only legally qualified practitioner advertising in Australia who holds the ,dipl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

A Caoss ]lAYv.-Nothing is so cond0civ to a man's recuiningg a bachelor as stopping for one night at the house of a married friend, and being kept awake for five or six hours by the crying of a cross baby. All cross and crying babies need only l)r Soule's American Hop Bitters to make them well and smiling. Young man, remember this. " Traveller." FeEs ov Docrons.-The fee of doctors Is an item that very many persons are In terested in just at present. We believe the schedule for visits is 3 dollars, which would tax a man confined to his bed for a year, and in need of a daily visit, over 1000 dollars for medical attendalnce alone :?.n vur.e d!gle bottle t ,, Dr dual:'a Aivrican lHop 'iters takcr In tuime would sor.? ,lu'rl doll.re asd alltho year's sick ness. " Post." The best medicine known Is SANDEr and SoNS' EZucALrrn Exvaror. Test itseminent, powerful effecte in coughs, colds, infuenza, the relief is instantaneous. In'serious cales, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns,...

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MESSRS C.L. GRIFFITH AND CO.'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

MESSRS C. L. ORItFFITH A.ND CO.'S A.4 LES. -4-t Mussrs Charles L. Grlffith and Co. hold their uueal fortnightly market at their Albury yards on Weduslday ulast, wheanther yardod 250 cattle and 400 sheep to a good attondnuee of huyors. Cattle-.250 yarded, about two.thirds consisting of useful light weight nullocks (uot many cows in) the balance stores. Owing to the favorable weather, prices showed an improvemelt oil hlst inorket, bast lot of hullocks in averaging L£7f 2S td, cows to £Cli heat forward Ihllocks averaged £5 14s lti : nixed 'yearlings £2 14 Odil two year old heifers £3 T15, iilkoers and spiingors to £5. They sold draits for Moners Angus Rtankin, John leore, jun.; \VW . Fergusnu, '.A1. T. Kelly, ,lnamo Kelly, Jaimes lHoulkhane . GOalvin, lvans, and others. Sheeup-They.sold 400 for Messrs l)itchfield and otlhers, very light wethers fetching 7s. They also huld their ususti mlonthly masr* kot at Tallnmgattr onl Monday, 2rd Deeeom. her, who i they yrrded .100) uixed cattle an...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

(lao.r' sci ol'v conltcP'ONI?ET.) 'There hlias buen quite a dearth of news il these parts lately; nolthinlg sensational has occurred to quickeln our pulses and to aid our digestion. We have been ab normally quiet, the only event of any note that hais caused a riplple being thile atnnual l[ecltabite demunitration hold ait Cudgeia uon Boxing Day. Of course I was there, so was tie " Misals," and all the little et ceteras so was the beauty, .wealth, and fashion if the district. But I aim not going to give a detailed account of all that transpired, as that would be intrenching on the doinuin of your Cud gewa scribe. I saw the sports, the vigor 0Us young toen (rure power to theml) in their picturesqne running costumnes, comi putilng for the various prizes, and the way the ground was travelled over, and the hurdles negotiated, made tno think we were fast getting back to the days of RPmte and her Coliouuma glories. Look ing at those active young athletes caused a, sensation of sprightliness...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!—MILTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

Avwake! Arise! Or be for over fallen! -Mir.Tos. FRIDA rY, JANUJARY C, 1888. TuE opinions ofi. Dr QuIcK will doubtlr;ae rhv bi ele read with-igreat t .vAr'?est Iby all sorit of people, but ;c espec.ially by the minors. As regards the Trades' Unions Act; those opinions go to show that, with a change in very J few of the r s of the A.M.A., all the r branches oan register 'under the Act f with safety as well as advantage. This a is satisfactory information to obtain, Ii not alone because it shows the sound- it ness of the Trades' Union Act, but p also because it will stimulate that c broadcast registration of trades' unions c under the statute, th! neglect to do p which has called fortlh some strong and I well-merited remonsfrances from this a journal. Obviously, it is of -the ut- n most inmportan',ce that trades' unions a should be registered, as, they labor p under several disqualifi6tions when n they haveg notcomplied witl this salu- s tar Ilnci'W ot the leas4t of which p , 7M dility...

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DEATH FROM DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

DEATH FROM DROWNING. On Saturday the coroner held an enquiry at the courthouse, Albury, respecting the drowning of the lad William Roberts on the 27th ult. The followinr jurymen were empanelled: -Geo Rynehart, A. Morris, J. J. ?, J. Colins, A. Baker, ? ? M'Eachern, E.? ? The first witness gang a youth, who   deceased were fishing in       site of the old boathouse.   deceased to go further up the river, and about a quarter of an hour afterwards he heard a splash, and then found the de- ceased in the water. Tried to save him, and went into the water, waist deep, but the deceased was carried away by the stream. Called some other lads who were on the river bank at the time. James Hoban, another lad who was in company with the deceased and the last witness, deposed that he heard Gilligan drawing attention to a hat floating on the river, at the same time saying - "William Roberts is drowned." He then saw Gilligan trying to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1888

"I Have Buffered?" With every disease imaginable for the last three years. Our 'Druggist, T. J. Anderson, recommending " Dr Soulo's American Hop Bitters " to me, I used two Ibttles ! Amt uttirely eured, and heartily recom. mend Dr Soule's Atorinmm op Bitters to every one. J. D. HWalker, lluokuer, Mo. I write this as a Token of the great appreciation I have of yoan Dr Soule's American Hop S l Bitters. I was afflicted W ith itilainnat .Pry rheuta tls m ! !i for nearly Seven years, and no medicine seemed to do It. ally good I ! ! Until I trield twro ,bottles of your Dr Soole'e American llip lhittera, and to my surprise I am as well to-day as ever I was. I hope -' " you may have sabldant uaeceess'' " In this great and " Valuable tedicile : Anyotne! * * wishlin to know more about tny cure? . r I Can loarn by .edliressing me, E. IM. Williame, 1,103 lild. stret, Washington, -----I c?i.leri ytur--' Remedy the Ieat remedy in exiotnnce - For ludi,.estion, Kidney -Complaint, "Andl nervous ,lob...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1888

J7tt.,;ro D.ioiiharti, 3-i, aid Parker hield. thxuir. uowd furluigli ht1 ,!iiinr,1:int FLiidt]iy' "i6 '"V3ii"n;; jhIw u ther ewere ibjit 300 t ahed of cnatle yidnull, 1hoLI1 fisL "titid.stur~s 'I'iliru wild It clnr attunadnncu of- boii., nod ni'nuro lling' yrdeold 'was sodiI Iit. witisfiotoy poiCciai ti tn ow uno, to tcially titnin titr l ie ; la they oddl 186 hIonkk, Ifiirso iawl cool for 'fr 31. \V'ioai, W1'nirooly, 103 I iiwl 4 it I for MrfrEvti Willias, IuilOli ; 40 blolkoiis for 'Mr 1.. Soiniekl A 1113 I. "li if roi for~ Mr ,Ioo. CIIIIIIIon, I .oiii'ilbi : bhIIlluuks fur Muusilra Cl. im-I R . Dnabll e llrlJ, :116ury ;) 32 di and owt:1Nr Aft .1. Iiiipowiti!, Kiow ; 33 do fur M itier'oro, Mjill Creek; 24 dl( foriMI.l as. Cfoulni, Lniuora, 15 iii naio Coon fur Mri W. Ho ittiy, Annaindale 14 do fir Mlfr IT. iiiily, Be. tiollir ; 11 di for Memiia Potiiin Bios., 1Vloici:ogat; 8 cors fir Mir Fiohir, Iilriwn'o Plains ; Ii coos for Mr .I1 Connors, KiMown anid 50 iixcd cattle flur o rirh...

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MESSRS GAMPBELL AND SONS OPENING HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1888

iMRiSS (UJA?ri [TBEL, ANVD ONS' UPIN'NLYi, PJ110R.W 8 AL1. ' -.. -. u i-f- 52----. :. .iT-liaT ?.inp,'eli ll andil S ,5ns (Ita 0:;in;p lIll, Iratt, Im , Ci.), of Kirk's B13azne, ,'rl!-).)rni, yOxtuirJay cinulleuncod thluir up.inin'2,/ 1lu o1 hf lh-2a .l. WImliga. T'.li ouitl'rp'risiin lin) I1r. apai r 11r 1 ', xp1NIIOlii in priividli ::a lit. )tlu yua'dl.i for thIJ dilla s:2l o2r hl.. 42r1 sh, I iLving :r.,.u.e, t-i ]pad2duck, bJ.sildl a n r2.ll-lii :,." icircls.." As thudliiy wi222 ver2y wn'2ll2, tlj liitr w2ai very' muc lppr?ri:Ntu(l by t.h.. Hi0)J.ai.: r.s. ' 'li m:ilu aittrit.. itl it 1,'ea.it liIIIIl)'l .r ioliinvur fro'ill all . liru of tlh.',i2, Iay, aill - t!? *' fIa liliar fu1n2n" of 3MjAi.'. O("l.:svoo:, D.alh:'ai, Ackiinsoll l, JL?L.t nl2,li. au ll2 10tur L'facesL oftull mol0 wvlthi iL .ii't i':t lh,.2:2:ir wore co-l i.lieu'llt." inlui-?m t r.lh v i st , 1 embl age.lillt 'Ilih! dilrw for' 'l ;:M25 iln 0 illin' waI2 cnli0-' dal.2.d lit to .l li'l:.'l2 1, It2n 'l t1 liu 1 2...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1888

?ll'LUOU1tN I. Mlessrr Shift totunti (loirhllv , 3I King Iatr ut, ro turt;t llurt toy ulthl to fetchilnig rp to 'l3 I'34I ( o, suittd yutaliiy ' 3 to ..3 iso, h igl ruetortitle ''lure isi ua wielof re ly !ro.otliiao utiuhl'; '. t" h wotlth' ft i1 u relcity 4§.d6. 1'itt.;:runtcr port·i t'o! thiut iao tlnd to Ii tittlli' tijut Iu'efr m1 hilly ito In. tiwn unfortilntut otom'utt rttllt tititk Ititut hItiti ottlu- theu otlil in thu fnrueotn, tlhu' Othior iii the aftorutot,. bolth," the Ii floe woll~ktutwt yttrutnnit nitl ottn, 14111 draftini' g it mob If Ittllu prior to theit g otol; il he vhin , h ltiai tit1on of the brcnkillg the bola above theL! I11 wrist. Lattr ott Mh I) Ividii un1iSta 11t avItItrIt bty oittinom tutu littihy tltakeun il tilo It waIt a1alitil(lt oittw11 lItIIClhitiiil:s th ul'tlltIV I a Ill(i. De 1Ltttti gl . leto ill pIrlalpt tttt.uallnlllle upo~n both 411MI-eil.~I An ritotitllte ii thl glt!oa nIrtt.nti fur thtt year, pnhii "iled i 111114 ;d lly'S. 'l'.,1ll' w' it lu...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1888

Co 1t klt~WA L. WW.l)UNGA. Thu following are theu lateut qjuota tines1 : libur, £` ]Os pcr ton Whea~t, :1s irl p,·lr huYltul Bluttor (pottul)), 5,1 per lb Pinttoas (Wa:urr ubuDl, £1 pur ton' 11 trley, .9 \\d por lit. III1 I l) r 01 iluiur (freslh), li; per lb E!:;9, Is jar 1*nyuea Whjite o t, 3i:31 per bueshl ]Brown a.itta, 29 :II per bsheul CpU babrloy, :3 lid pet' blatul Englali barley, Cs pur bubhal 1 iran, 1i pur' blaI Pi Iiial, .1; per bushel Glisif £3:le pu jr ton ICt:, b-l jar' ta Peas, 2u par la.ltel Iluiac, 4s CIi.

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