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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 12 October 1882

flDi6ceUancou0. At tho annual general meeting of tlio Tcaoh or's Training and BoKiatratiou Society, mid of tho Bishopsgato Training College, tho other day, Prof. Goldwin Smith tools laud able advantngo of tho opportunity to impress on thoso present what soionco teaching really means. ' In respect of tho teaching of science, ho said, ' ho had constantly brought before him, tho wide gult fixed betv'eon tho two different kinds of what persons call know ledge. Tho ono was a mere learning to re peat a vorbal proposition, and tho other was knowing tho subject at first hand— a know ledgo based upon a knowledgo of tho facts. That which thejr had constantly to contend against in the teaching of science in this country, was that teachers had no ooncop tion of that distinction, for they thought it quito sufficient to bo ablo to repeat them aa accurately as thoy themselves, did. It ho might offer ono suggestion to tho governing body of the college, it was that so_ far as they taught science, al...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Miscellaneous. BILL ARP ON BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Miscellaneous. him, am- on hoyb. Theke's moro in tho boy than thero ib in tho college In theso days of ohoan books any boy or girl oan got an education if thoy want it, but my observation is, that not more than one in ton, want an unusual quantity. If tho family takes a good nowspapor and has a Biblo and a fojv books in tho house, and tho chil dren do anhoneBt day's work, they'll got along about as well as the collego boya in tho long run, and clo as muoh good in tho world. Con gress lias got moro smart men man any p-utcu, I reokon, butif I was hunting for honest men, I would cruise around outside a wliilo before I wont in, and if I was hunting for patriots, who thought it swcot to die for thoir country, I wouldn't go in at all. Tho best people I know of, and tho most reliablo in tho time of trouble, aro living an humblo lifo, and making no noise in the world, and thoy are not sur feited with education either. — Atlanta Con stitution.

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Household. FRENCH DISHES FOR LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Ibousefoolb. FBENCH DISHES FOE LUNCHEON. Tuiuiot en Mayonnaise. — Cut some fillets of cooked turhot into moderate-sized round or oblong pieces, carefully taking off the skin and extracting all bones. Placo these pieces of fish into a bowl, with a dressing made of oil, tarragon vinegar, salt, and pepper. As soon as the fish is well flavored with this seasoning, arrange T;he pieces round a dish like a crown. Place a circle of chopped hard boiled eggs, tiny pickled cucumbers, ancho vies, tarragon leaves, beetroot, and capers round the dish, and then arrange a wall of U^m JULlJ 1UU111L LUU UUgU Ul till; UlftU. J.-111 up the centre of the crown of fish with may onnaise sauce. ' Petit Pates aox Eouevisses. — Prepare some puff paste, and, after giving 'it two turns, leave it in a cool place. After a time roll it out yery thin, and cut into rounds about the size of tho top of a wineglass. On tho lop of each round place a tiny quenelle made of whiting, and two small fragments out of crabs cl...

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LONDON FASHIONS AND LONDON SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

LONDON FASHIONS AND LONDON SHOPS. Tub newest and best worn costumes at Hurlingham and lianelagh of late have been composed of black lace over some bright coloured satin, such as brilliant terra-cotta, deep rose, rod, Ac. The front of tho skirt is covered with piece lace, usually French ; the back is satin, in fine kiltings ; tho pointed bodice is covered in lace, and finished at tho edge with a row of large jet beads, otherwise the lace is not beaded. Among the most suc cessful dresses at Hurlingham, may be noted one of dark olive-green velvet, with small bonnet to match, trimmed with pale bluo for get-me-nots, tiuged with green, the strings being gauze, to match the flowers. Another costume was light grey cashmere and moirfi combined, trimmed with beaded passemen terie; groy bonnet and parasol. A dark blue cashmere dress, with panjers and sash, cuffs, and collar of blue satin, spotted with red, each dot as largo as a shilling, was also pretty ; the blue bonnet ornamented with red p...

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HASTY WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

HASTY 1FORDS. Tiik mothor's foot woro weary grown — From morn till sultry noon, Nq momont she had found for root, ' KFor dinner-timo camo soon. : Arid many tasks for busy hands ? . , Tho harvost-soason brought — So, in tho kitchen's heated air Unceasingly sho wrought. ? ., . . '; Outside, with marry nuin and joke, '''??? /i'ho reapers bout hi .toil, .. , ., And lightened Us turmoil. '' : ' ' ' Sho heard her children's hlithosomo tones, ' As, lmsicrt with thoir play, ? : Y' '- . Thoy call to her to noto thoir sports, - ' Or praiso tho lovely, day. . . ?';?? !~ Ono little girl, with swcot bluo oyes, . ? ? : Oft canio up to her thoro, . To oflbi- help, anil with her hands Hor mothor's tasks to share. But, children's holp will ofton prove A bother, nfctho host; It was so now. Tho mother's nerves, By many cares oppressed, Conquered at last ; with hasty push Sho shoved tho child aside— ' I wish I had no girl,'.' sho snid— (Think ! Sho was sorely tried.) But, us thoso bluo eyes filled with...

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HENRY KENDALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

l&tf^^^HESrJRY'KEirifALZ. if^;ft4;?vWHEN' Shelley, in that superlative, rhapsody '|sS?*:iv;o:£:Words — ' Alastor' — pictured the -penalties S;|p^iyof the poetio gift, ho used tho inspired lan ;l:%*K;K'-guago'of tho poet, to utter the wisdom of the /fi'w'f® ' philosopher. Alastor, the reader will remo^n fei'?tS:?:vber,- is -a dreamer and singer, who, having 0y$y-. .;1:V almost exhausted tho fonntains of beauty, ib :'w!-;'-vi;?'fe'BtiU insatiate. He recognises a vastness and K-i'Vf'fi'J' love in his nature, which lack their satisfying '?? --V ?'-?? -'^ r-niintflron.rf;'irt thaworld : and. to find' whether 'Sj;!;.':'^' that counterpart exists, is the object of his -:;;:?: V;pdetio aim. He seeks in vain, utterly in vain ; |: .?.:;, and, baffled and blasted by keen disappoint ?''??' 'i''.' merit, finds an early grave. :;; .:.':?..:. If it were'ever the lot of the poet to test this ?:;'.? ?'.'.. .-Bort of theory, the nineteenth century certanly J!1.!'. offers an excellent field. I...

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Broughton Creek Small Debts Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1882. (Before Messrs. M'Intyre and Boxsell, Js.P.) Thorburn v. Wiley. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

BrougbtoM Crcclc Small fflebts Court. ? ? . . Friday, Ootober 13, 1882. (Before Messrs. M'lutyro and Box.soll, Js.P.) ' Thorburn v. Wilev. In this co80, tho plaintiff claimed tho sum of £10, for the loss of certain of his sheep, which had been worried by a certain dog of the de fendant's. Mr. Thompson appeared for the plaintiff. Robert Thorburn, the plaintiff, examined by Mr.. Thompson, doposed: On the 29th of August last, the defendant sent him word that four of his (the plaintiff's) sheep were lying worried in his (defendant's) paddock ; witness saw three of the defendant's dogs at defendant's house, but tho dog whioh ho suspoctod, and which ho know kopt company with other dogs which were in tho habit ' of worrying, was absont ; on tho 21th of Soptombor ho saw nino of his shoop worried in in his own paddock about six o'olook in tho morning ; Alick M'Grogor had told him that ho saw about half past fivo tho samo morning a certain dog near tho worried shoe]) ; tho dog had mud on its ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agriculture. AGRICULTURAL DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

agriculture. . AGKICULTUEAL DRAINAGE. By B. W. Emerson MaoIvob, F.I.C., F.C.S., &c. AUllIOn OP ' THE OnEMISTIlV OF AOBIODLTOnE.' Tin; manifold advantages of artificial drain- ' age arc not recognised by many colonial settlers, who could very well nfford to expend capital upon carrying it out to a muoh greator extent than they do. It is sure that we do not makes tho most of our rainfall in the less moist districts of Australia, and equally true that nothing whatever is boing done by the farmers themselves to properly consume it. ' We don't want drainage, wo want more rain' is not an uncommon cry. Now, it is a faot, as certain as any in science, that next to the direct storage of water, artificial drainage, euectively carried out, is the best means ot giving agricultural lands the full benefit of what rainfall thero may bo in a naturally dry district. This should bo clear from a study of tho climatic circumstances of the greater part of Australia. -Lot us take the case of Vict...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

OIHCHOST. A MATCH was plnyod at Burlier on S iturday , tho Hth 'instant, between two elevens cho.son from the ' Pyrco and Burrior clubs which ro sultod in a win for tho latter club, with 9 wickets and 1 run to spare, lyioe was not vory woll represented— only seven of their men put in an appearance. Apponded aro tho scores : — PYREEO.C. 'Firxt Innings.. ?'. ' Sei'niid TnniiiBs. T. ncwitt, 1) KMdnlpli ? S b .r. Thnrbum . .. ? 3 T.M'Fop.bO'Xoil ? 1 c liL4c)icr. b O'X.'il .. .. 7 ,T. Sinitli, b O'Neil ............... 1 'c'anaiiO. Kcniinl)'.. ... '-' S. Kich'inl'Oii, cllritton, b G. .Komicdy ? 13 ? ; o Elvtnlicr. I- lliildulph.. 11 O.JrajMiiic. b(-. Kuwait- ? 7 b J. Tlinrbuni ? 2 T.Uroilic!,-;l!irt(lulpli.bCr\i-il :i o I'ktchin , b liiddulpli 2 \V. Linlipiibiieli.r S. Kcnuiilr, I) J. Xlinrliiiru'. ? 1 o Howio, b a. Koniicily 7 J. atiilky. Ilo.w., b O. Kon ucdy ? 0 oJ. Thin bum, bO'Xcil '1 3. Kennedy, h.o.w., 1- O.Kun n«ly... ? 2 bTiiinliiirn ? 0 r. Kvniicily, run out ? 0- cO'Xcil, b llii...

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A YANKEE ATALANTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

; U YANKEE ATALANTA. \ uv/wiou Q.rinSKLHiN liAnrEus' uazaah. A chime of tea bells rang out along tho broad street o£ Charlton as Dr. Myrick, perched in his high-swung sulky, drove wearily home ward through the biting air. To a hungry man the cheerful tinkle pleasantly suggestod tho thought of creature comforts. But the thought of creature comforts unpleasantly suggested their natural entail of bills, He re called the unpaid scores of these tormentors rustling in tho hollow bronze globe, by whose weight a bronze Atlas standing on his office table seemed quito bent and overcome. No ? wonder either, thought the care-worn doctor. His own world often seemed to contain noth ing but bills, and that tho stoop in his owu shoulders had come of their unlifting load ho know. It was Mrs. Myrick's last Christmas gift to him — that costly inutility. When ho kissed her, with thanks, his prophetic soul misgave him that the bill would bo sent in at tho moment he oould least afford to pay, if one hour...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

4}a*iga»a3 C^a'rosjtossiBtMicu. [It is to bo distinctly understood that wo do not, idontify oursclvos with tho opinions of - correspondents.] Ouftritlge v. SJreer. . Silt,— On tho 3rd instant I appeared in our lnca1 Police Court as counsel for tho plaintiffs iu a caso in which Mr. and Mrs. George Outriilgo woro pjainiurs, aim ono JiUcy Uroor was .defend ant. My clients claimed £10 as damages for dol'amation of chin actor iu consequonca'of tho defendant having made certain statements re flecting upon tho female plaintiff's character. A plea of justification was sot up, and tinder that plea defendant tried to provo that what hnd beon said concerning tho female plaintiff's character was pei I'ectly true. I am not goins into tho question of whether it whs or was not a sufficient plea, but what 1 wish to do is to try and clear my client's ciianictor from tho imputa tions that weio mode, by the defendant. Mr. and Mrs. Outridgo have only lpconlly arrived in this colony, having come from Ba...

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Novelist. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XLII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

IRoveltst. BY SLOW DEGREES; A STOEY OF AUSTBALIA. BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. AUTHOR OP ' THAT YISI1I1OW I'AIINESE.' CHAPTEE XLIL— (Continued.) 'But, saroly amongst educated men,' I said to Shuter, when tho talk had oneo more become general, ' such restrictions as tho ? second and third must prove very irksome by tending to, crump and cripple conversation.' Shuter laughed. ' That's just it !' ho said. ' Funds chiefly from fines. Follows always being fined. Next to impossible to keep such rules. Sno all four regulations broken before tho night's ovor. First rulo's a standing one, you know; tho others aro changed evory meeting. Sometimes prohi bidden to mention particular scionco or art, or city, or country, and so on. Understand ?' ' Yes,' I answered, laughing at tho whim sicality of the arrangement. ' Have you ever had tho mention of Melbourne itself pro hibited ?' ' Yes ; Boveral times. Great fun it was ; fellows getting fined every minute. Hallo, Homebody's broken a rule now I' A ter...

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A. & M. Association's Annual Meeting, Secretary's Letter etc. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVES TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

A. & M. Association'*) Annual HJeet Iiijf, Secretary's Xictter.i etc. TO THE EU1T0K OF THE fHOALIIAVKM TELEO1IAPU. Sin, — In accordance with promise, I continue my say re tho doings at the annual meeting of members on the 14th ult. The next matter dis cussed, was the manner in which the Secretary: and Presidont had dealt with a letter from cor- j n members, applying for a spooial meeting to consider tho position of children as voters. Tho Socrotary had sought tho counsol of tho Presi dent upon it, and then treated it as his own, with which no committee whatever had aiiy thing to do. In this ho was strictly right. Had I boon well ouough, I should havo supported his action, for Eulo !) says :' Tho Socrotiiry may at any timo call a spooial mooting.' No other rulo providos for such a mooting ; thoroforo it rosts entirely with tho Soorotary to call ono, or not. Ho is absolute iu this matter ; butaeoms to havo boon ignorant of his power, ; for ho said, ' 1 have nothing to do with ...

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Poetry. THE POET'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

ljpoettg. THE POET'S SEC11ET. ' Thoro'n n Bocrot : can yon trust mo ? Do not ask me. what it iB ! .Pei'lmpii uoiiio day you too will know it, If you livo to lio n |ioot, — All its ngony and bliss. Lightly thought and lightly niiido ; Nut a fair and scontloss flower, Gaily cuHmral for an lionr, Thon nn gaily left to fado. ?Tin tlis essence of oxtstonco, Baroly ri»inB to tho light; And the songs that echo longest, Dconcst, fullest, tniost, strongest, With your life-blood yon will write Will you nook it ? Will' you bravo it ? '1'is ft straugo and Kolomn thing ; Learning lung before i/oiir teaching, Listening long boforo your preaching, Suffering lioforo you sing.'

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Stray Notes from the Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

Stray IVfotcs from tine ifBetropoBis, The Government has at last suffered a defeat, such as it was, on tho question of building a new Art Gallery on tho site' of tho Garden Palnco, and a new Public Library on tho site of tho Boncvolont Asylum. I don't think this potty l-uvorsq will weakon their position vcu-y uuiuu, ,.ir- iiuu .lxuusu wuumitiul toieraco m an shape or form a Government composed of Stuart, Boid, O'Connor, Slattoiy, e.t, hoc yenus oinnc. If there is anything jt all which .can and will j weaken their position it is that somo members of the Government aro 'themselves thoroughly tired of office and tho consequent abuses. Messrs. Watson aud Luckoy would, I believe, liko to resign aud thoro is not tho slightest doubt if they did that the Ministry would 'go all to pioco's.' The first difficulty would be to appoint a Minister for Works, and this offico would' full oithor to Mr. Goombos or Mr. Angus Cameron. If Coomhes was tho favoured ono Cameron aud his crowd would go into o...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

C-t»miHG-reiaB Iiatc3BigeBBC«. South Coast amt West Caniden Co operative Company (SJiinited). Sydney Makket Pjuces. Below wo ffivo conoral quotations. £, s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, per lb.. 0 0 10 to 0 10 Ditto, seconds ditto.. 0 0 8 „ ?; 0 0 !) Bacon, ditto ..;..... 008 „ 00!) Ditto hoavy and rough :0 0 0 ?'„?? 0 0 7 Cheese, poi- lb ? 0 0 10 ,. 0 1 0 Pigs, alive ? 1 0 0 „ 4 0 0 Calves, each ? 0 0 0 „ 1 o ? 0 Hides ? 0 S 0-,, 1 0 0 n..i-;,i...*..« nnnv f\ . i n . . ft ' 1 -'?/? Tallow, per ton ....32 00 ,,L 33 0.0 Laizo, per bushel ..0 3 6',, 0 5 9 Harloy (Capo) ditto.. 0-10 „ 0 j 0 Oats, 'ditto ? 0 3 0 .„ 0. -i 0 riay (oaten) per ton.. 5 0 0',, S 0 0 Ditto(lucorno)ditto..' 5 0 0,, 7 0 () Potatoes ditto .; ? 7 0 0,, 800 Fowls, per pair ? '0 4 6 „ ' 0 5 0 Thicks, ditto ? 0 5 G' „ 0 (5 6 Geese, ditto ? 0 8 C „ 0 10 0 Turkeys, ditto ? 0 10 0 ? 1—0-0' E':rs..u!!i'--1;»*«^— ttt— 0— 1~'2 ,, 0 13 Xoiumorcial Storos, Sussex-street, Sydney, October 17, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

To Our Subscribers. SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving their paper regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tho fact to tho pro prietor, at tho olfico of this paper. , i the , ..''..'; ?.'r-;' Piiblislieil every Thursday Morning. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

' ' Sllawnrra Stcnni Navigation Company. TIME T.M3LB. .' ,E» Sydney. { E™'-' ^^^ ^^ , From, Groonwoll ( Monday, 7 a.m.; Thursday, , - , , Point, i S a.m. i , ? PARES : ? . ' Cultiii, 2Os; Kctnoiii (CnStin), 3Os; ' \ ' '' K. MANNING, llunagor. I ) J&ngltalt ScoUish mini Australian 1 ? ' ClmriorcMlJBCniiBi. ripiIE BUSINESS of this BANK will, for tho -£ futoiro lio conducted in tho NKW PBW- ' 'MJSESiuKhigliom-stiootnextthoPiesbytoiinn chmcli. '' ! ? ; ' ? '11015T. ITNTjAYSON. ' ? Mauagor. Nowra, 12th January, IBS 1. ' R. LANGLEY, ' : PRODUCE1 AGENT, , TAS1U.KIAXJA11 §c Fit (TIT DA'l'OT, ( 02 SusM-.x-sriihLi1, ! Y J) N E Y . itl/iilliivl MJCiAJiLLJiiJ UlIJs , fZrffc; r/ionii' mid MnUrjohnJ '. Commission Agent, i SUSSEX fiTHEET, } ' IBotweon Kiii£ iind Market Strcois, ] Sydney. t ' EAWKEH AMD VANCE, I Commission Agents, r 103, Si.'bSEx !Jnti:Lr, SYDNEY. . c ELLIS &C0MFANfi « AILWAY AUCTION PHODUCE DEPOT, \ 70IJ, Ociugo-slicoi, South .Sydney. n Cattle, &ltct'{», as...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

LOCAL IiWBailLK^JEtfCJE. Special sorvicos for prayer for rain will bo hold this day (Thursday) in tho C. 33. Church, Nowra, at 11 a.m., and at Torrara Church at 7.30 p.m. Alderman Graham desires us to say that at last meeting of Nowra. Council tho encroach monts he drew attention to wore uotMr. John Smith's foncos in Junction-street, but somb logs near Mr. Smith's stock-yard. At tho Shonlhavon Polico Court, hold at Nowra on Tuesday last, boforo Messrs. B. Brown IIUU OULU1 V.T1UUVI11O, UH.X ., UWUI1 X\L JUJI1MJI1U Will charged with having beon drunk aud disorderly in Nowra on Saturday, tho 7fh hist. It being his first ofl'onco, ho was admonishod and dis charged.. 33 O AD'*3?nOlt TOMEROKO TO So L'TII TlUSKI SSON. ? — Tho following is a copy of (ho reply laceired by Mr. Iloscby, M.P., to a petition prc3ontod by him in roferonco to tho above road : — ' Depart ment of Public Works, Sydney, 2nd October, ' 1SS2. Sir, — Referring to the petition presented ? by you rcspoctiug tho roail from ...

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Weekly Calendar for October. PHASE OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 19 October 1882

?Weekly Calendar for October. PHASES OF THE MOON. Last quarter . . -Hh, at 12.23 p.m. Now Moon . . 12th, at 4.6 p.m. First quarter.. 20th, at 9.59 a.m. „ ? v Full Moon ? 27th, at 0.38 a.m. Tw-nt? I i ? Sun ? 1 I High water atShoal jjate. [ fc^ gctS| | *j,ttven Heads. | n. jr. it; m. a. st. ;,r. xt. i 19 5 1G 6 15 12 G 12 30 i 20 5 14 G 1G 12 54 1 24 | ? 21 ? fl 13 6-1711 ' T53 ' 2 30 22 3 12 G 17 3 0 3 4G '? 23 5.11 0 18 4 25 5 2 21 0 10 G 19 5 ;!9 6 11 25 o 9 (HO G -i'i 1 8

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