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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 10 August 1887

.L E1 L I? G 1? Q U ' S? CIIUICHI OF ENGLAND.\I) TEN'Hi HUNDAY AFTE1l rlHINITY DivinellO Serlv will w.Ill ll' ' atlltei1 Ii lllylll) jIext in the Church of Enginhu Chulllnlc, n' folliow .: Christ Churc'}h liIntnl.u1 t 11 :L.IIm.--Mr', 11. O. Ilendlull C2hrisl. Church. at 7 p.m.-Jtelv. .1. I!1. Prli+. fit. (ic l.to's. (lerringoil, ' Itt. 1i u.m --lley. J. ]I. Price. HIoly Communion. Services wUll he olnduici(cl in the Chueleh of iEngIinul Jtnbleroo, nld Shiiullhltuur)l, i Rtilnn"y Inexi(., In followi : ,TJuunuerum, ni Ii n.nu.--lluv, 17. Culiuluui Sihelliurbouruu iit 7 huiu.i -iCy. 17. Criifiid

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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COMMERCIAL. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

O MMER0IA L. South Coast and VWest Oamdon Oo.oporativo Company (Linitod,) Following nro tho quotations: , . . Da. n . D. flittor,por Ib........ 0 1 0 to 0 1 8 Ditto, suoond ...... 0 0 0 0 011 Fanotory ............... 0 1 1 0 1 4 Bnaaonn (hanndourad 0 0 0 0 Q 0? Do,(maolinoourod) 0 4) 0 0 53 Do(ha&vyroug o 0 0 2 0 0, 4 ams(nn d ourod 0 0 7 0 0 0 !Do (nmhino ourod) 0 0 5 0 0 0O Lar0.................... 0 0 8 0 0 4 Chooo ........i........ 0 0 2 0 0 4 Ditto, sooond,......... 00 2 0. 0 2 Plgo, nlivo...,,..... 0 0 8 0 0 8 Calvos, onolh.......... 0 7 0 0 17 0 HIdhs, por lb.,,,.... 0 0 2 0 0 8 On?Itfaks, oaoh...... 0 0 0 1 0 Tallow, por ton..1.. 17 0 0 18 0 0 Mai'o, por bushol,., 0 8 5 0 8 7 Whont, ditto......... 0 8 0 0 8 8 Olhall, por ton,,........ 5 10 0 0 0,0 Inrloy (]ng.,)buh, 80 0 08 0 D)o, (npo)........... 4 0 8 0 OtB(lO )........... 2 0 2 0 Do,(food) ............ 2 8 0 2 0 Onione, por ton,...... ' 4 0 0 4 10 0 Iny, onto.......,,... 4 0 0 4 10 0 Ditto, luoorno........ 8 0 0 4...

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ENGLISH NEWS. London, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

ENGLISH NEWS, London, July 8. TUE past week has been noteworthy for t series of checks experienced by the Government. Scarcely had the jubilant articles of the Glad stonian papers on the Spalding election, whdro thi Liboral vote llowed an increase of 500, and the pessimistic comment of the Conservative journals, demanding that the Governmont should be strengthened, ceased, ore the Cabinet was defeated in the House of Commons on a do mand for adjournment moved by Mr. Atherby Jones on the subject of the Cass case. T'hough slight in itself, the defeat weakens the prestige of the Government, inasmuch as it' was entirely due to the unyielding persistence of the Home Secretary in defending a position which all parties, both in and out of the House, regarded and described as untenable. That it is so yas evident from the fact that on the day following the defeat Mr. W. II. Smith gave a diametri cal contradiction to a reply first given by Mr. Henry Mathews, that al inquiry was beyond his pow...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

NOTES AND 1NEWS. Two deaths hlave occurred at Naples from chrlora. El?iorts are making to start n cremation society in Sydney. Government surveyors are surveying landfor a tIramway from the Yass RailwVay Station into the town. Nillnety cases of torpedo stores arrived on Wednesday by the ship Pannmur, among other itolns of her cargo. :Harvest openations throughout thie agricul tural districts of the United Kingdom are rapidly progreessing, 'Twonty boxes of opium, valued it £1450, and. 19860 ingots of tin, woereo sAent away to 'Friuco from Sydney on \Vedncsday. The Italian Postal Department has agreed to reduce the rnto for transiRt of the overland nmails through Italirlan territory. Thle second reldiilg of the Paymont of Mril bors Bill wars ]tissed in the Snuth Atustraliau Loegislllative Countil without division. D)istrict Court Jlludgeo Forbes is of opiniOl thalrt the nero forlllrlity of kissiig the Bible irl a cocurt of law will inot deter anr habitrual liar from follorviu g his us...

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KIAMA MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. FEMALE SUFFRAGE SHOULD BE GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

K?IAMIA ZMUTUALT IMPRO?EMENIT S00IETY, FEMALE SUFFRAGE SHOULD BE GRANTED. Tlls question of extending the franchise to womene was discussed by the Kiama lMutual Im provoneient Society laist Tuesday cvoliing, a number of tihe fair sex presout tnltaking a lively intorcst in tile debate and holping by their voto to solve the question. Mr. S. Major opened in thle nflirnmative, re mIarlking that he was firmlly convilnced there was nothijg to disqualify women as voters. lie referred to the administrative ability of Queen Elizabeth, enabling her in troublous times to manipulato the crowned heads of Europe like cliessane, and instanced our present Queen in proof of tlhe fact that wolmen wore capable of forming correct opinionis on iabtersB of Govern ment. WVoeno, Ihe remarked, were takiug uui versity degreeoos-plucking the imtlu birds. They had, lie allirted, a keen insight into buseaiCss ,nattars, and the sane would hold good in politiclal maltters. They were us intellectual as men, altld i...

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(From the Sydney Papers.) London, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

(Fromi the Sydoey Papere.) London, August 8. Harvest operations throughout the agri cultural districts of the United Kingdom are progressing. ./:%wi;: MAgust 9. N ThoI Gaove tbhaveo decided to pose cute Police-constabol Endat j who arrested a young woman named Eliza. both Case on a charge of solicitation, In the House of Commons to-night, Sir James Fergusson, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated, in reply to a ques tion, that her Majesty's Government was still bringing pressure to bear on Franee to induce her to settle the New Hebrides ques tion, and added that no shipments of rocidi vistes, had boon sent to the Pacific since No. vember last, but free settlers continued to be dispatched to the Hebrides by the French Government, Sir James Forgusson states that England has not consented to the evacuation of the Now Hebrides by the French contingent on an agreement to neutraliz6 the Suez Cailal. Two despatches on the subject have been exchanged recently between 'England and Fran...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Friday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

LATEST TELEG*RAPHIC INTELLI GENOE, (FROM OUR OWN CORRE?SPONDENT.) SYDNEY, Friday, 2 pm, The E, S, & A. 0. Bank is calling in all the old issue of £5-notes in favour of a new issue designed to prevent forgery. A bill for payment of members is to be introduced into the colonial parliament next session. Mr. Sutherland has deferred his visit to Kiama in order to attend the opening of the railway to Newcastle. Exploration proceeds successfully in New Guinea. A grand country has been reached and explored. Fiji seeks annexation to Victoria. It is es. timated that five.sixths of the capital in Fiji belongs to Victoria. London, August 11. Prince Ferdinand having gone to Bul garia at his own risk, has been cautioned against violating the treaty of Berlin. At a banquet given to Lord Salisbury at the Mansion House, he stated with refer. once to Ireland that the Government would use its increased powers prudently but without timidity, and hoped with revived prosperity to see a return of ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

WCSLEYAN. Servrcrn will In nondufltetd in th Weslnaaymn Church, on Blmn' Ilynext, Its follows : Kihmn, at 11 n.ll.--Mr. W. Curnford KIrlnnmi, nt 7 ?,nl.-- l't. I. I? . It Itowms itiiiiroin, it It an.n.--l1r. .I, 'htllrltps Jnlnlhorri), nl. 7 I.in,--aMr, T. lTnoleli Ohl Pll eo nt 2.Wo Pl.llh--Mfr. 'P. I~olmlen O1illotnmigR, nt I l.il.--2[r. ti. A. tllirrit'llo thrllinilrlhi, It|, IP~lll-i-ltn' , I. II, nllJliYInIn ?]?X#ISOUIIIId, nll, |1 |l~ln--]{o', (?. |{ ()]lll?,;on Nl]lelhtll~lbo~ll, li, 11 |tlm.---llor , Il, "q. 'lowtl¢.

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MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

MAS0NIC. \Trt have been furnished with the following pnarticulars connected with the opelning of a new lodge of ,Freemasons, under what is klnown as the Scotch Constitution. The ceremonies appropriate to the occasion took plaeo in the WeTsleyan Schoolroom, which was very handsomely furnished and decor ated for the occasion with all that Masonlic customs and traditions require. Tihe ]Lodge Ihas assunmed an appropriate topographical namen , and is to bIe known as the 1linna tnurra Ledge. The oflicers of the Grand Lodge of thie Order who were present, were time following, viz.: W. G. Sedgwick, D.G.M. ; W. Hjigstritn, 1).G., See.; A. Rofe, D.C., Treasure; ; J'. 1. Waddell, D).G., I.G.; G. Morrott, P?.M. ; J. 1:[. Kondel, W.Al. No. 711 S.O. ; J. Oross, TIreasurer, 711 S.O. The lirst ceremony was the consecration of the Lodge according to che liturgical forms of the Order. Tihe installation of oflicers followed, and the undermentioned gentlemen lortmally entered upon their respective func...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

CONO?TIEATIONAT CIIUtiCfT, OERIITN'IONG. Thle fev.O.0, ]Teglhvay condelcts services eveary Sunday aR followan: rica, teap, at I1 nan. anal 7 pan. (Tae eatta' r nqueta taut the aariou, o a nte ongvu of the d wlltetatet. ait frae'ward aaaaaaaaaaaaalaatu s at raavie n li, e huld frai thno lan tailie hi their ChIzIruthcaa, whiatch nIcIn.t l will in all hcses be inserted grata.1 THE REPORTER AND ILLAWARRA JOURNAL, -- II- PUIIIlSIIED EVERIY YWEDNISDI)AY AND SATURDAY MORNINAG. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1887.

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SPORTS AT BROUGHTON CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

SPORTS AT B33OUGrITON OREE T1'IIi follwini g ponrtioilnra havo hoon furnishIod to us of the sporlts at 11roughtII Crook on Thllrsday lnst - wMAI.DEN PrAi'--100 Yards, First prize, £1; soonl, 10s, J.T W. Sproulo ............... 1 Johliii Qiiilly ... . .. .... .. 2 O, Bico nlso started IIANDIlOAP--lloys nllldor 10. Fir'st p)rizo, s; HOnOiid, 2H Od. A. Sprrulo, 10 yards ... .. .. 1 T. Robinson, 8 yards........ ....2 J. Connor,, D. FrisO?r, and I,. Williamson also rail. mans alI)IoAr-150 Yards, FirsHt prizo, :1 10; suculnd, 15s, J, Quilkey, 4 yards .... ...,,... 1 0. 1ico, 7 yards... ... ... 2 A. Willionson, soratolh, andl D. Chisholn, 11 yards, also rmu, IhANIoOAP--Boys undor 12 years, 100 yards. First prizo, 7s Gd; soaondo , Ds. W\V. Slharpo, 2 yards. ... ... ... 1 , Sproutlo, scroali .. ... ... 2 L. Bico, 0 ynrds, and Jat, Qlillkoy, 4 yards, also startod. IIANDtoA--150 Yards, boys under 1 years., First prI)o, 10s ; secondi, Gs. J, Kininealy ... .... ... ... 1 F, Sproulo anlld . Sproi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

Hllrur class dolentisilry at Ilnformn Priceo?, Artl. ficiol Tooth, lost Qualily, Full Sots, (upper nid lowor) £5. Mnrslill BIlrotlhre, 'rgreosl Dtit. ilts, ,118 Elizobotll Streeut, Hllyde Prk, Sydlioy -ADv, 8.28-886y. tNin lox of Olorko's B 41 Pills is wnrulltod to euro nll discalnruos from thu Uriiinary OrirnnHt in oilhiur Osex (nesauirrd s or conitilnutiounl) Gravel, and Paint in tlie Fnlek. GUlaruntoud f'roe from Moroury. Sold i Blnoos, 4is 6(d soch by Itt Uhiists aniiil Psltollt [lullino VUntlir ; Solo Propriet?otrs, The linocoln nid Midlund Cniiitflos Dtug Un,, Linnoin, l niglaid, \Vholo osllo of Ill thelu Whlulounlo Illoa?s.-[Aon'r.] 2.1.86. K iVIn'INh(i' COIii ItZENESt O nt clr's tiOllighs, Athliinn, IrolluOllis., Msdlucnl stelstiorly 5taite Iiot II(In olatr IiiOi ciilo is sO olUoetuiIl i thO ctllrO of thoso dnngorous mhlsinl, ino Lozongo sinloi ss o?,o s a, one( or lit it bodltino onsuros rest, For rollouvin dlillleilty oft brotlling they are iivolinhlbo, 'Thos notin nio 2 i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

IT was remnarked in tilh last issue of this paper thatj something might be said on its change of title, and perhaps it maliy as well be said, The use of both the words colll prised in the appellation of "lllawarra Journal" may he clhallenged on grounds of which it may be observed-well-that" they be such as they he." First of all, with regard to tlhe nameno llavarra: That appellation, which, being interproted, is said to mean ithe " land of hills," is of courso BnrACOKFILLOW .and it is a very groat pity that Ioro atton tion has not been paid to the language or languages of the aboriginal tribes, and especi ally that local appellations havo not been mnoro carefully preserved. " Illawarra," if its etymological signification is that meon tioned above, is, without doubt, a nanme very appropriately bestowed upon the strip of terri tory to which it traditionally Ielongs-t-fat, namely, which extends north and south fromi ]Bulli to th6 Sloalhaven, and is comprised east and west between tlhe ...

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SHELLHARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

SHILLA ARBOUR, (oI r ual coo?ni cronlR N?,) Tl'ri half.yeurly nluotlng of tiho Shollhnrbonur Siteonln Nnvigatinn Companny wao hold in Ili o Council Clnmher on We\Vdnosdany aInt. Mr. H, HIioks, clinairmnn , aftor mialcinig a fow rolnmarks bearing iuplo the oibj?et of thli mooiing, rood thie following roport:--" oentlumon--Your di recOtors hoerliy proeont o you thIlir twenty thlird half-yearly rolort, and ara plonesd to ho ienablod to stanto thiatlo Iusineostls of your coin pniiy is working eatisfactorily. Your stonlnor Po'otorhoroilgh ' lhas during dhi p?st six mionths inado 49 trips, lbing a veryO fair avorago for thio lilmo. Yolur directoi's rogiot to have to estanto thllat your stoanoir l)ahnilyild ' is ilot yot'sold, wvlulin must ti ittrlluteod to thu goinoral doprous cin h in conumoru'i nnorttors, 'Tlio aiiditeil ballancoseollhiot will now ho rond liy tho Sorotlory, which will shllow tli at th Co olllplliy's finnuoinl posilion is pioporonus." After thlln fillnanoial stlllonilolt...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

IRELAND, [We print below some extracts from IHome pa'pers, which show in a striking manner the unhappy and disorganised condition of social affairs in some parts of Ireland. It is de votedly to be Ihoped that 'the elfforta of the Imperial Parliament may be successful be. fore long in bringing about a hotter under standing between tihe various classes of the people, and between the governors and tihe governed.] Limerlick, June 10, The troops and police qunartered at Fortanuo sihce the evictions were begun on Oolonel SO'Oallaghan's estate at Bodyke assembled this morning at Lisbareen, about two miles from tihe village, the authorities having de cided to devote tile day to tlhe dispossessing of John O'Halloran, a tenant on the town. land, who holds a farm af 18 acres at a judi cial rent of £23 10s. The Poor Law valua. tion is £16 15s, the old rent having heen £33 till it was reduced by the Land Com missioners a few years since. O'Halloran owes two years' rent. The house in which the te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

WiiN Y'OU ]tu.luh lDI;.IIII(: yrU' bnal noll(hon, n(tl ,yoi' hIea' f?olH hIeav'y, uIad you'1 wnko Ilunro. 'frOhel hil ~tI IIIun1'IIg, naul? t 'your bhwelH na oluugoIh (,r Outivo, yc'u Iomil lDr. Iloll' O IlltlJro. It iH l natuuu'R eIonl remulyu, uul uuvur flil Ic rollovuc ol eI oI (inu·ul Ichhu.,oyuu turphil liIur, cun' uloltlln itltlc, i ln rln, piloR, rhlcU nicu tiunnc &? . It l'l'paUI shjlllllllnllllulll ly clto1 thu Idl. ,oyo, livUr, aiI Iw ulow , H ronllutuincc tlheii nuil motloring lonllho y ni?luhtin, 8l by nll dru. glutih.-A-"y t its No W? oNtiti that. 110 lnly p.oplO Bin-k_ illnto lltitllly granvo who(n wo onHjldor lhoW tlhoy nogl?c?t thour hoah. t'heoy hIavo. a di orderud hlvr, dornuragol.bowola, cozitipation, pilic, oar lisonotl htdhoya, hblut thoy lOt it go and thinklu they " will got ovor it," It grt'ow worao, othi'r a ili moro HOIiaou oompltaionltoai follow, niid 0oon it i too Iate to lnavo thl?n. If a?ol1 polPlo wollli nlto Dr. Uoll's Bii loro, it t'wold pIIIo...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

JAIMBE9 00. ANY attemIpt at forming plhntations of trees for nittatle and ornamoent in connoction with publio buildings, or, indcod, for that matter, in any conllllectioil whatltver, doser'vs in miy olilniol, all sucll colttntnidation as many bho eomprisod in hlonnrablo munntino in I loctl paper. A yetar ago time Wctilcyntns of thins tneighibonrwod ilnntoel evergreen trec-pinn indl thu like aIoutd the aillottmitt in which their chlpel, a lhauldsnoe stono building of Gotlhic design, is cietedtd; adt though thio grontld is plto', thu trees aIppeair alimost w'itlhott eOxceltion to hlveO tllrivlen. Thy iar pIrotocteod by a fenco of barlbod wito, trtiel tlng a hi ff sawnt lhari wdod posts, and in aI few years will dttltless frtrm tthat kilnd of atpl)peudage to the builtlding, which, mathtetically spenkiitg, overy churchm of any arclitectu?ral chliractor saucls to reoquiro, ill ordtor to realisO thte tssociati nta propor to it. This winter thu satimo thinig lhas bool dono byi thoe 1rman C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

Far, far bettor for you than beer, ale or por oer, and fron fromn the intoxicating effects, is Amenrican Hop Bitters. Head Anv. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-TRheiima tisi and liheumatia gout are the most dreaded of all diseases, because their victims know that they are safe at no Reason, anti at no age secure. Holloway's Ointment, after fomentation of the painful parts, gives greater relief than any other application ; but it must be diligently used to obtain this desiraloe result. It has been highly. commended liy.rheumatic subjects of all ages and of both sexes, for rendering their attacks loss frequent and less vigorous, and for repressing the sour perspiralions and soothing the nerves. In many cases Holloway's Ointment and Pills have proved the greatest blessings in removing rlhumatisin and rlheonmatic gout which has assailed persons previously and at the plimo of lifo.-Anv. LECTURE. rTHE REV. JAMES PFIILLIPS will (n.v.) deliver his instlructive and amusing loatour on "Love, C...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS, TiE Kinnlma Mutual Improvement Society inext Tuesday oening debato the quostion of Poy'enont of lMembers. \VWc undersland that Mr. WV. James, of Shello larlhour, is a tasseiger by the e.s. Oroyn, whichl is aaid to nhave Ienll signilet oflf the coast of \Vestern A ustrlllia. CORooKWE LL, , ionday.-The Rev. Fatlheor Lane, who has booll appointed by the Bishop of (Goolborl auccessor to tile lRev. Father Melog e s', as ssistanllt priest in this district, hais ar rived in Crookwcll, and entered nlon hisi duties. It is about two years sinceO le arrived in the colony, sitica which tilome he has beeon statiined at Tutnut. SOM. degruee of Imystory, or at le 1ot of uncor tainty, appeirs to attaechl to thle nlaLt(or' of Mir. Sulltherland's intended visit to Kiluat. Tie Echo of Thursday alllles the Imystery imore mysterious by tlhe following antlnoultcontont:- "ThI hIolr. thle Ministerr for Works (Mlr. Sutlerlantd), on arrivintg it Kiama tno-day, will tot be icoorded ll...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 13 August 1887

MIEETINGS TO BE IIELD. Protoslant Allinnen nmePn(t Augut 17, at 7.O. . I~. LO., L .neco i.!ll n. lt '.8,; N'o. I15,, LT. , ocetos Solt. i, , t. 7.80. No. 77, LOL.. inoeel 7, ot 7 im. hNo. 140. LOT,., 111cm . . of. 7(3(1 ]i.t Sion, of T'I'iiiipcoicc, No. 377, itiIcctn Aiigotl 21, ot. 7.30.

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