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NEW ZEALAND. OUTBREAK OF NATIVE HOSTILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

NEW ZEALAND. OUTBBEAK OX O ATIAV OBTILITIES. The New Zealoand of the. ? ludingto the natives of'Khipsr: s , - We have ta~ pasuu ~be, wjtt long standing lend between nati-e n Torth has burst intouatnal bostilities,- g t place in the neighboburhood oftlss..Wariavt week, between the party of Tioarsn igstht*p Matin, in which five of the lati4e 'gkilledS ud several wounded, the former having four ?o?jd d onily. Within the last six years, we btlsveo-he Government have endeavoured unce?oasi ~ tc bring about an adjustment of the land-quegs? in dispute between the contending parties, buttfftbout succest. Notlong since, we learn, Matiu expiresed, his determination to come down in force uandeaurvey his land; Tirt ' thereupon marked a. boundary and declared tlihate .aould bshoot. hbe other i?i thst line wire crosled, sn1hns t4bght -ieas directly brought aob~, - iappiy. amongst thefkilled, lthre is no man ofiinpoitane, ,i thefendu:may, -never theless, f muncheckelr , assume dimensions of very se...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Queensland Parliament. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

Sf?t <tutendant Sarltament. (Abriged from tse Courier.) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tevssfo Y, JUNE 12. The'PBEsIDEn T took the clalir at twenty-five milintes past 3 o'clock, and opened the proceedings With praycr. . BOARD OF EDUCATION. Dr HOBBS, pursuanet to notice asked the Honor. able the Attoroey-~eneral:-" Ii the Government hbad 'any objection to lay upon the table of this House the correspondence that had recently taken place between them and the Board of Education."' The ATTORNEY-GENERAL replied that the Govenment bad nod objection to do so. SEPARATISTS BILL. The ATTORNEY-GENERkL presented a " Bill to 'lbor the people eliled Separatists to make a solemn pfirmation and declaration instead of an oath." SThe motion was carried and the bill was read a first timeordered to be.printed, and read a second time on Wednesday next. JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. The ATTORNEY.GENERAL presented a bill to promote the establishment of Joint Stock Companic? both with unlimited and limited liabil...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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A FRENCHMAN'S IDEA OF THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 17 June 1862

A PEaccHiaA's IoEa ow Ti I OWoxa EInouc iroN BuLD NO`.--To the Editor o the Tines.-' Sii,81 am told to understaunt that you goto sk.our.Emperor to open your exhibition. ,I hope m charity.you willbring him into the building b~indfooled, imd a?s. he shal save the miserabhleindignatibn we have siffeord.frolamokiog at your hrriad buildin . Hit lii! we monk ourelves at youuthen we see f?om the park th'e big Domibuilt on boards and h~bf, hid by the big hedi ' Oh, theoglj brik and the frightfbilshed to call atl E?urpe"to see! Why you boa so much F If you only soy we ibuild the shed then no one laugh. Even the little boy the giaide he say' dam ugly? I ave,,ao.,Jvai s8 Palo. Leiiester square, Hotel Sablouni?e?"' S?rdi"oo a Lioxr.-Tie Hen. Clam' Mackay, aged 89, daughliter 'of the f lIt HEon. Lord Eeay wio e had been uffering :firom mentil elusions, threwi.herehtf rom auwindow, at Plymouth' a few d??e ago, and zeieivid euph a?Iuies that sb:edied. Her attendant, in grv?ing ovid peeoaid :-"I? t...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

- stiaCELLANcaooa iTMS, The NWe York Times says tiat' persons arrived from Nashville report thiat a fierce civil war was raging in the interior contitlis of Tennessee between the Union men and the Secesaionlsta. Neighbours were daily killing each oither in casual rencontres. General M'Clellanr 'has established his . head quarters at Fairfaz Court-house, "and has issued a spirited address to the grand army of the Potornac, ".I have held you till now ihsaoive that you might give a death, blow to the rebehllion. Formidable artillery you now have had ereated, and the Potoman army is now. a real army, smaignificent in material, admirable in discipline and conftruction, and excellently, well armed and equipped. The moment for action has arrived. I know I can trust in you to save the country. The period for inaction is past. I will bring you now face to fae with the rebels, and only pray that God may defend tha right. In whatever direction you may move, how ever etrange my actiotis may app...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE CAMPAIGN IN TENNESSEE.—GREAT BATTLE AT CORINTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

TN VclAPAIOr eN TENaNeCsees-REaAT BAL AT coatwin. We announced in our last the commencement by the Federals of a serie of 'igorous operationup in Teimeg?ee, of which the result was the occupation of Nashville, the capital ofthat State, by a Northern aim,' and the retreat of the Goifederates in part to the-ptiher limitse'of the State, and in part to an i sala ienthe Xississippi, known as Zeland No. 10. It iwlble readily understood that the abjectof the Fed ae inopening this campaign.in the West 'iras to ear the valley of.the Miuissippiand ultimately o obtain possession of NewOrleans, at its' mounth, ani.Mobile. For this purpose they had organiiked a flotlla~bf~gunboats , snder Commodore P?oote, and a eoosiderable army under General Grant. The pro grss?efthe otilla was checked 'for a conaiderable time by 'Island No.10, where the'Confederateemnade a dehraiie stand, .It.waisl not till the 7th of April thle the 'ieland suearrendered to the snperior 'foie t'Againstil t:he iSderals Are sai...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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AMERICA. THE CAMPAIGN IN VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

... t ?- CAMoPAIT It VInICNI. The course of the war in America developes more and more every day the inabilityof the combatants to bring it to a decisive conclusion. 'Ever slbe the dfeat at Bull'.'Runk forune has been on the side f 'the Federals, almbat withhut a break, . 'At Frit )Benn~~diJ 1800 ten i'surrinduexred; onen byoie, Sthe1ftroti~ ~d' iotahe %onfewatewere evacn inip. cat ted; .-the whole of the Southern army on the soman disappeared, leaving the river jnd the capil. free; Mnasssese.wa ahbandoned wilthout. ebote';' eaid this.long track; of.easy vi oniee was .enriched; by) copniderable captures ' of guns, stores, and ammurition. a: i .. The ong geheral, upon whose abilities the no blest eulogie hateo ben lpronounobed, and who, be fore he had won a battle; was alled the'Aklexander ofs his age, bd'tlfder his biminaund the largest 'army Amerloa bad eeer sees, reported ito be admirably eguipped, md well'fdisaipliped. The Potomac being open, and ?the enemy gone,M'Clellan wae at ...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE GREAT EASTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

-p deserlbesthe operatihn otyutsttl thar ~ W Eastern on thegrl?ldirou at Neyland,. -The ship ie her moorings at Milfurd on Sunday, and was taken up the Havens--"On. rounding the Wear·-ointi, passing the Blenheimi and upto the teazlebeal, she steamed at half-speed, asit was CaptIin 1Rens intention to lput her nose on the mid a little lb the gridiron, so-thkt 'he might swini, ahd'f6b sten roriod witbhthe riisig tide. F1r 1hilipt strong' barsers Wiere brought to shoretib attached to the accompanying pilottuets?bt performing this necensary duty a mostde 4 sacilent occurred. Lord Frederick K8r, f Blenheim. had sent aboat to .rasist ingtns~ )3 bahweers, and otherifse to rdnder bilp. A rope?ws throsfrom the Eastern tothe Blenheim botssyis was 1tlkly feasstened roundone lf' thes wft'w bf the bht. While this was being done thb js?"p ras ripidly pad oot from bhi ahp. and it is snpp?te the tide drifted the slack or bight of the hewsfrinl the screw, for instantly the rope got fool .in l'c the f...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

IONAL EXBIT IQN Sbceremonial ti be observed fthe*International Exhibition e May, hab been ised." r ' · . ; ...· · . .. " , one to mark her interest iin promoting whibb o most active pait. opentg of t??he .t 'possible thii BHer ajestybae. m, thel 9. the Xe..: 0.C.B., and the Speaker of the House of Commons, h0 t ,f- a u.e , d ondrit-- sertaOse. 1K. All persops rovided with roserr?l seats mutt eieterxuda r. the western dome. The holders Of eg?uiinet peason tickets and Fellows of the Roysl. Hortdiiiltnrsl Society (if seasonticket holders) can be admitted by the north entrance'of the Bortiultural.gardens in the Kensiogton-road. Other season-t4icket holders must be admitted at the doorsin the corner towers in Cromwell -Road. . All must enter between the hours of twelve and half. pa•t one, and take their pelaces (subject to police regulations). All doors will be closed at hall-pist onie,' '?.. :he Queen's Commissioners fair oppeing 'the Eiihbitioz will proceed through Byde Park, and arriv...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

IMPORTS. Telegraph: 1 package, J. P. Bell; I penal, C. Boldilng; I pareel, )nss Forbes; 1 parcel, M'Ewan ; 10o packages enra lugg~age, Srs. Ogden; 2 horses, W, B. Tooth; 2 kegs paint, 1 weighing machine, 20 pasckldea , J. Martin; I ease, T. G. Robinson; 5 cases, 2 trusses, J. H. Tracy? I hogthead oil, 9 grindotones, 16 p?ackges, Cribb & Foote; 40 bags flour, 20 bags rice, 4 eases sddlery, 2 cases, I truss drapery, 15 bags maize, 20 eases old tom, 1 hogshead brandy, 3 casks currants, I ease stationery, 1 bundle shoves, .104 bags sugar, 20 pockages machinery, 2 quarter-casks, I hogsd shcad r , (. H. Wilson & Co.; 118 bhrs, 25 bundle iro,?, oask, T. H. Jones & Co.; 5 casks flour, I quatter-casksberry, 1 cask ale, 1 cask porter, 10 puek.ces aenuldries H. V. Hassell & Co.; 6 kegs cails, 4 cos oil, 12 plough wings, 2 bundles buckets, 8 packages, E. Abland ; 2 cases drapery., I case boots, S boses rassins, 2 halfi barrels apples, 6 boxes candles, 18 packages...

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THE CAPTURE AND RECAPTURE OF THE EMILY ST. PIERRE. Liverpool, Monday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

THE CAPTURE AND RECAPTURE OF THE 15ie rcsean e,Vst C Peaa&-~P53n ShnI~ial ~ PEngol~e aj~s~pn nd ' v rp~ol, iouaday, April 1. :Great elnation .ha been cused in'thse town by the arrival in the Mersey this motrning of a vesasel captured by * Federal shiefot-war, while making an stlerhptpls e'8ld','tb /? the Charleston blockade, bat pa n roardswhich -the .p.ition: of the captors L;4?il" e 'h~~ i-. been. darinply- reversed, and the r rti ught to Liverpeol a s prisoners of the capla'up ip. Early this morning the Emily 8t. Pieu.pariyed in the Mersey, and as she was reported o previously.received American news to have'been captured off Charleston by the United State? war atesmsrJames Adger, eonseiderable couriosity Vaa maiafested as to the cause of her appeanrance in British water. Bntthe myatery' Wasoon~ezpla.ioaj 2--laiha bIe cap?ured bjy th"Usnitiltates s?ip James.Adger. SheL had been taken possession of by 'Jmze crew, but the. men who were.left on boI thEiiaily fiere, had regain...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

EXPORTS.. Balclutha: 15 bale. wool, 71 bundles skins, 14. asks tallow, G0 . . Wilson & Co.; 47 hales wool, S1 bales skins, .1 bag waddies, 1 bundle spears, Panton & Co.; 10 balme wool, H. V. Hasoell; 20 bales wool and skins, Gun; 8 bales wsol, W. Gray & Co.; AM hides, 1 habundle skins, Cribb & Foote; 1 package, R. Gill; I package, R. Forrmet; S packages, H. M. Reeve; I spring-cart and cover, G. Flood; 1 horse, A. Saademan; 1 horse, Jubb, H.M.S.S. Pioneer, of which a notice has already-been published, has alla4into our pibrt tar tie purpose of caking in a supply of coal, preparatory to her uiat to the proposed new northern settlement~-.aorier. Theba Chanwoeth ?aile! fmm London on the 11th April, and the Theresa on the 1th, for Queensaland. The Young Australia was loading at London forflore. ton Bar. Hler "sTjestlfs Eimgtratioi Commissioners have ehar tered the Aceringtous 1931 tons, belongingo M.r. IM. Jacob, of Liverpool, to sail from Southampton for ...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE. Thursday, June 12th, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

(Promt N Ctolvaiondent). June 1sth,8 p.m. The ,eacqs ehloar 6pbtdown oly 9176 ounces.* The hanke now eewp Iwn large parcels of gold pri vately. - In.th Amoembnelby loamnoiSobols Billbsu The Onverna ianmounce that hia ExeelleoCy Iehas lbprn.dgiu~o asent to the Real Property Regi~p ThiaEl tbofase4 es's ease was past hotionse: a1OWaI to over £40.000 ~ Tpse~~i~_"~; soldl at 8~iattour So o Si i is2i:'em amwebc whos s cbanged lhdis at 11. per bhenbl. ) enerall7 SI Waci.

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Commercial. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

Eouittierccial. * IPSWICH. SMesa?ms. Fatoorini and Co.e report the sale of 3375 bead of sheep, at the Corporation Sale Yards yesterday, as follows;:- pe?n of 123, at 9S..9d., Ford, purchaser: 156at Ills., Wright'; 100 at9s. 10d., Coleman anld Hill; I00 at 9a. 94., PFord; 100 aS. 9s.. id., Wright; 101 at So. 9d., Coleman. and aIHill; 100 at Be. 9d., Wright; 200at 9Os. 10d, Orr; 201 at 9s. 9d., Wr;ght; 194 at So. 9d., Ford . This sale took place under rathernunavourable circoum stances, as most of the butehersrwere full, and allboueh the sheep were well-frained animals, the last feb days rain hadreduced them couiderably, a?nd they would be more correctly classified as store wethera than as fa?t stock. The prices at which they were sold may therefore be considered their fair value, as they will have to be kept for some time before they are fit for the knife. The above sale must not be considered the opening sale I of the Fat Stock Market whaCh thle Ifessra. Fattorini and Co. propose to...

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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DRAYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

S DRARFYTON. Its} is nu to see how the folks of this o&ld townshiprr-d .-.from4the lethargy whiehs ;:es fr some yejqarsgly .held them in apecie~rsafe ll. trance ; a g or a growl now and then, at theprgs and goa-heea paeeof their rival sa.i yomne sw township, 'loowomia, h being almoet the .nly;na s. hibited that the old 'town realli still .id s, standing above wroind cu the old sitte.' WIhiiO4 few months, however,; a widely differt spift Mono have seized upon thanm. Activity and onietOno. ments, of divers sorts have been the o tderofth day and publio meetings in variety havri boeian, ome tending to promote their loca intereab 'tnly? -r i staoee, that of taslblishing a.l Municipal C orpmatl nd the measenres taken to seeoresnetter, .greater, and more p -rmonent supply of water;' oteo, aatein, embre' g a wider field, and tending to prmogte the~gensnl Iteret of the colony, eoh ao the opp tione shownsndprote. . made against rbo Militia Bill oBth e 3lectorsl &ht, both ofwhi...

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ARRIVAL AND CLOSING OF THE MAILS. MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

ARJIIVAL AnD .cWSflo~GQ TIlE MAILS ARR~IVE: :·. Fnowr Thu~ur mB.-Dai Iy at V p,;m. (Swfrdayaepeptard.) I)1tkUirhio?4 l, AbTooWtrOur8.~1dM3A.-~.S)dy Sp sad TPhursday' p.m.; Pnox WALPRwxOL-SUuday end Thursda~ps,At p.m.

Publication Title: Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser
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THE GOVERNOR'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

- THE GOVEKNO'B? BAIL. * (rom th. Gsuaediaao "by the" (o?, era. in - o"m . oration ot the . airtydy of Her Majesty, hbaing been ~otedlio to in eponseqaeae of the death of its 'Consort, took pl??tht night in the Gaotrn t Houlse. rememberin; the toriento of coin whiah deluge;*te town on the night of the laet ball, many an anxloti: eve was east to the skies yeatserdy, )and rnonaa were the forebodings ?fta similar mirsbotae to thatwhich thined the attendances on a. pre'vious 4c0aio?t and somdwhlat marred the eojoymentof thoe who wemereesm nt. Wilt. the exception, however, of a few .ahowease which-, i during the day, the weather .proved propitious sntil s; io the evening, when the raln began to descend .ethir heovily. Probtbly IJO, howe'oer, were preeated freot attecLing by this catbe, osd the oompany aspemblrd euld Aot have numbored'lass tlson fie bandied , The whole available aere 'in t!Uk huilding rjk ` :; i to the purpose of the festvities, the appearanoe proe oed by the well tlled e...

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MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

MAILS CLOSL iou ~usAI~L-4 1,m~ ~a~1y (Sun~ayaOaa~*ed) ion Dw~ToIt AND. ToowooxnL-ii~sday, it 1145 Lm.ndiw)~lnyat8pID. iou WARWICL-3~OOdSyI, at S p in. ~m~ iddnya etOu.m. *Fo~ Ltruauuwu* (Canal £tin.b~ ~veay Tu~aday a 1145 a.m.,by Dzqtoa RILdNVJ~qitIIS*y, at 6 a In by WArwick.

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IMPOUNDINGS AT LITTLE IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

IMPOUNDINGS AT LITTLE IPBWIOW. FMrom Bundambabh. Dring and trespass, . 4d. per b sd. . . • .... Red and white steer, split off osar, C off ramp .., Strawberry steer. brands off rump ad ribs not legible, like W off shoulder, 7 off. cheek, split of, ar and two notches. I Poley strawberry steer, piece off off ear, UW aff amp, 5 off ribs, A over A off shoulder, A off ribs. Roan heifer, split off ear, P over 60 off ramp. Yellow and white cow, piece out off ear, notob' near ear, W off shoutderi over WJC off ramp an4 ribs, TA over p near ribhe. .: Yellow cowtop.off both ears, W over W off rump, W off shoulder, TA over .oflf ribs. - Yellow cow, off ear .aplit, MW off loin?0W:~ ff aloulder. o Spotted eow,F or PO oribs, ALB o?fthigbh. Brindle heiher, MLaear ribs, uer ear split . . From Rosewood.. Drivi?gad.sndtpmes £1.- . Grey a mas An f ,eel. ,ik & mar da ,bi el aser "high. ..... .. ' . .·, . '., Us hignot rbe. d on o before 'th JulbcIS66rS,*wlt sold. As~qag4MP, PeIund~Okqy

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

SALES BY AUCTION. fISTEAINT FOR RENT. TROTTER e BOWLaND. H M. COOKBURN has reeived instructlons to S Sell by Public Auction, on the premises, the New Auotion Maor, Brisbane-street, TO.MORROW (SATURDAY)., 21slt Inst, at II o'clock precisely, THE WHOLE OF TlE GOODS soa on the premises. Consisting of Bottled ale, potatoes, chimney pieces, boffee mills, water coolers, trays, .blloek. bells, kermsine lamp, 4 dozen rolls room paper, steelyards, time piece, chairs, potted meats, a quantity of stationery, ansesorimeLt of clothing, silverchains, gold rings, Uerman.silvear tea-spoons, and a great variety of other goads, too numerous to mention. No reserve. Terms, Cash. 6542 20 HEAD OF HORSES. H M. COKSURN has received instrections ...to Sell by Publtc Auction, at the Corpo. ration Sale Yards. O. TUESDAY, the 24th JUNE. " ' tt 11 'clock precisely, ms BEAD OF HORSES, 'most of them broken.in and in good condition. * Terms, Cash. 540 SXTENSWE SALE OF FURNITURE, .. . AT THE ar was .LONDON TAVERN, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser — 20 June 1862

LI)t <tutltirnab ttmte. TERMS: I"Scrlmoal?-To. amount of eubmiptlon to the urpuhand Tim?, . eaen Shilplingr6d Bizlene per Ppr~er, p dI p?r?sn,ar Eightg S?hillng an.d i Sepi.to n the 80th Sep· sad Pb ,a 80th June at S?... ,.e?, arb?'', +teeme,.b m--iving noo, paIng" s.maiout due to th, eud of ste 4avnNsn a nbend erteAsecrding to the Eel S e l+snes.................... 10 • "•? ,,Jt?....... :...... ............~....... 9 P lan?++' . ·................................. .e • hya~iorun1el orlinkh o o 5 e is~ ~~ slow . ten alslet. e All edverneeete must specf on te face of them the nubil mee - at . e . or w -he cub m r outs 8exge accordi# fDled fwithMrtwel t n a ,?t ..i.dre i..;. noO en te dy peiou t.pb ....+':?8'... ?; . ...~..~...... 16, ..... :? . ? , ......r. ·I.,.. .. . ... • u ,~;la, mest mar spdf m+? th fao of h li ation. No verbal comm?lestion'ateded. ' "Advertimembta fro?.ononembe-ioeihse uet be paidtor pheuloeto inerti? on. Birthb, Mirriatee, and DBeth, eadh iniertion. ...

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