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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

M1A CEDl ON .FRoi, : OUR It .ON CORESr.U..D ... Friday The sieatietry of thie proposed Malie doni water tr'ist hias'ie??ied notificatibon that the "Treasurer,iru Grahaimi ?r?&?, has decided to grant teil sum of. umoney necessary for the se f ici, viezm, £ilop0 Plaits and surive s willii now be lieplhed forward,; and it is anticipated e verything :vill `le ead3 for ::s'tart~ in ?b?ut' six iecki mIne`t Oti. Siaturday ioii n:. ng ?; last' \' ilhie SeniuQspy, ., son of:'Jioninas ,einnessy wh le cl,? qnbg m on, a stack f ieoodd eel. andi ibiolkihlis leg '!pve? th iie.'i' iD Dal:y of GC+isboiit:e wis Iquickly i attetid d `ane iand tll pitit is noiw proggesisnlg whlile euttin? wood i: the :forest';a young tiiiiant: inid iiomas Qtiii fe hadli le misforturl to cut"his leg' on thille shilI one.;' Heowever, no s erious::resilts aie klitkel} Ito0 'i cer i:; , , i- ' i t\ lr? .thlouas. Bailes, a? t employee: of tlie State Nmi sei is" soat to leiae us hits destinatfi ieiný s' Guliowver: M...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CREAMERY FOR SUNBURY [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

A C1EAM.ERY FOR SUNBURY A nmI(ting, convened by Mr John Butler, at the instigation of a number of farmers and others, to consider the expediency of establishing a creamery in the Sunbury district was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The attendance, however, no doubt through the inclement state of the weather, was.not nearly so large as was `anticipated. Mr Johnt Butler was voted to the chair. .He stated that the meeting was. convened, for tho, purpose of establishing a creamery ,nam expressed regret at' the small: attendance. This matter had been taken up some time ago by Mr Feehan'. There seemed to be no one but" ratepayers present and a number of the lairge farmers were absent. Allowing that, he was of the: .. opinion the company,- when onice floated, would proceeedap'ace. ?;The only- thing they could do just. now was to elect a , provisional commnittee. They: requi?lred men who would take an active stirring interest ini the affair. ,r ; On the nzoti...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

Choetoc t about sýýce ýo colic o~s Summevc Ls. Vt cQmmQ. Sup ýý4ný ahd. tuithotat wac ,ft-zI is mcxN~ev ous' and often f'or it olni ig a O Y o y ouL r fO.m%1 OT atfaciaPROMPT action oyn% , n S. 1fe40. .To' CHOLERA)CHOLERAMQRBUS DIARRHOEA ,DYSENTERYand A 9UMtZM, COhQ A %3 eq pwC~ca-ntake '~ wtt titIFect sa~fety'. -his meadicttn I To b e owkfie ýacc s;ae s & aw m HOwarn hava;t wk (\a \a For Sak¢ byniiDruQ;·Sts. ~oUtLc.* ,h.4 -· . I S l/edical. THE WORLD'S FRIEND. A Cire for Piles alltid istulas. Diseases of sensitive parts may be relieved and cured by the proper and diligent use of this cooling and healing Ointment, whose action should invariably be assisted by judi cious doses of the Pills-the anxious patient will soon experience wonderful case from this treatment. COUGHS, COLDS AND ASTHMA. The Ointment should assiduously be rubbed at least twice a day on the chest and between the shoulders, when the symptoms will quickly abate. No medicines are more efficient in chest compla...

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THE WEST RIDING ELECTION. MR GELLIE RETURNED BY THREE VOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

THE WM' EST RIDING ELECTION. eR TUGtRri' r i ? ieNEi BY 'I'he'cletic'. OriGi, h 'We st Ridin of tc S~luit'oft 1 ull?wy 1' l:chaishouild hIt o been held s d the25th t cnie off `on rsucesd.. :,.he S.neutr toliroh Cout th, `":betng'deuueci a °polling-booth Ih1 E}?l ,' 1 who' ,? l?orispl rel to tle leCot tili .of i cuncil i aesittitiv ea It ' as con :nteriplated ll nct thng thlal thit cont bst wuld b ttininLitend so it proved. The supte spf'L eachl caudidate. loft -no sttin nturdier t 1iin .t the last six 'eels or rnire: in thie wtaiy of. :canvassing, ? =id ia ti'of thoem seemed confident of . it' sce: The' weather throughlout the da y as 6col and cheerless, but fortu iitl. tl`'hern ·held fairly aloft till ``1esrnu tir awhbl light shower or so fell. To-i-t os that the weather did not I-) aterially alTiect the election it may he /stated that 217 votes were polled out ?- f a possible 259-two of which were in formial. About the p lling-booth during the day the canididates and their sup pir...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. CHAPTER I. I had been over to America-that is to. say, the United States part of it-for some big game-hunter out on the plains, apd ini the "Rockies" near Fort Laramie and Cheyenne; and was on my way home to England, after about as delightful a two ionths as I ever remember to have spent in my life. But it is not about thit, or anything connected with it, that I have sat down - to Write. Quite a different incident from any that could possibly occur during a sixty-dvys' continuance of buffalo-hunting was the one -the facts of which 1 amn abolit to narrate. : I had, got as far as Chicago without `- anythit.g of moment happening to break :the monotonous routine of daily and niightly life in a Pullman sleeping-car, ..and I was standing out on the platform, of the gigantic station, seeing to the re checking of my luggage, and its safe deposit in the baggage car of the "Lake Shore and Michigan Southern" train, by which I was going on to Yew York, I had just poin...

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THE VICTORIAN HORSE ARTILLERY. SIR W. J. CLARKE'S HALF BATTERY. A TRIP TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

THE VICTORLAN HORSE ARTILLER Y. Srn W -. . CL.ARKE' S 1ALF BATTERY. A TRIP TO ENGLAND. :TIt will be recollected that the Vic torian Mounted Rifles journeyed to England some little time ago and en gaged in a military tournamhent at Islington, where they, were eulogistically received. However, another branch of the Victorian Defence Force will have representati?l' at the next military tournamerintto b held at that place. On this, oeciisioii the undertaking is to be purely a private one, the founder of the battery and its liberal friend and patron, Sir W. J. Clarke, defraying. all, the ex penses of the trip. Sir William has been so pleased with the progress of his half-battery, withl the close attention the mnimbers , gave to drill, and :their maiked. success inthelast Victorian and Ne'' South Wales tournaments, that he decided to give the best 12' men fromu the Rntpertswood battery : this. enviable pleasure .tour: Sir William Clarke coimmunicated with General :Tulloch on the stiliject...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

Notices. & FREE LIBRARY. SUNBURY. THE Library consists of 1,000 Volumes, together with Periodicals and Mail Papers. The rate of subscrip tion for memLers is as follows:--10- per annum, 6/- per half year, 3/- per quarter. Application for Membership, and Letting of Hall, to be made to the Secretary, or Caretaker. Open I.hIly, Sundays and Holidays excepted, from 9.30 a.m. till 9.30 p.m. - -H. C. Just. hon. sec. MISS DWYER will be pleased to receive pupils for PIANOFORTE For particulars,-Apply St. Mary's School, SUNBURY. PIANO AND SINGING. MISS CARSE, who holds a certificate of merit, from R. Edeson, Esq., Pro fessor of Music, Melbourne, and who has had some years' professional experience :s prepared to give instruction in the above subjects.-Address, Cori ule, Pasley-street, Sunbury. Victorian Horse 1ATILLYRY FOIR MONTH OF SEPTEMBER ? ailf day parades, 3rd, 10th, 17th. Drill order, Rupertswood. 2.30 p.m. Evening drills, 6th, 13th, 20th, :7th. Diess: Tuesdays, canvas .d forage c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

W. "CLAYTON, Paint r, Paperhanger AND GLLA.ZIER. fAI? trade materials kept on Ihaind at: MELBOURNE PRICE, --o ESTYA ATES GIZVEN? O'Sl aiiassy Street, SUNBURY. JOHN BOAPDIAN, O'SIHEANIASSY STIIEET, - NEWS AGENT S TAIT IOLR. A large assortmen~ of i Sec end Hand Books sell ,-ing Cheap. Good Novels Half Price. NOW IS YOUR TIMJE Buy ! Buy!! Buy y!! :. J. WILSON, GROCER AND ENERAL .STOR.-KEEP'ER, EVAN .STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST -OFFICE. AI? goods of the.best quality. } Families waitedon for orders . -. Parkin.• UNDERTAK.ER, GEf1 RA'L CARRIER 4'WCOD MERCHANT :-T ORDERS 'P(rJCTUALLY S: ATTENDED . TO JACKSON ANDH 1R1KR STS !- SUNBIIR1 JMOUNSEX yrrAAEDON STRE-T, SUNIB B ' BLACKSI ,ITH] WHEELWRIG.I1> s CAREFUL? AREFLY SIInoD S:J N'B Y Rv Y _ SPERITOR. ACOIMMODATION SCharges lioderate. Ge';ge Bzarne, Bus/'ss3 G. S. Matthews. SYDNEY STREET, YARRAVILLE; Builderand Contractor Estimates given for eve y descriptiolr WORK. PLANS anid. SPECIFICATIONS Collages ,Bud, smi l D1 epost/s, bailanc as Rent...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

NEWS AND. NOTES. The Sunbury Quadrille Asse:nbly held a dance at the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening, and albeit the weather was unpropitious, a goodly. number of patrons were there. : With regard to Cr Starkie's motion re lights and gravel, which was tabled some time ago, and ruled illegal by the president of the Bulla Shire Council, the following is the counsel opinion on the matter :-" Section 238, of the Local Government Act 1890 (No 1112) prescribes what is the ordinary revenue of every municipality, and directs the same, called the "mnunici pal fund" to be applied inter alia to the "'doing and performing all acts and things, which the said council are, or shall be by this or any other act em powered or required to do or perform." By sec. 401 of said act the council is given direct power to make any street, which word includes footpath. By sec. 470 of said act the council, is eum powered and may provide lamps for lighting purposes. In each case the substance of Cr Starkie'...

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ROBBERY AT SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

ROBBERY AT SUNBURY. A\ robllery of a daring and diabolical nature-was perpetrated-at Mr T. Millett's private residence, Station-street, which adjoins his butcher's shop, on Mondav night. The house was entered by way of the shop. the thief obtaining admitt auce through the shop window. He then proceeded stealthily to Mrs Millett's betdroon and took possession of one of her dresses which contained in the poc ket £10, £7 in cash, and a cheque for £3. The dress was found out in the street facing the shop the following morning, but ot search being made the money was found to be missing. The occupants of the bedroom must have been in a sound sleep at the time the deed was coummitted as not at sound of interruption or alarm was heard throughout the night. The miscreant was not satisfied wth the..money, but made his way to the stables and stole a horse, bridle, and saddle. The cheque, it is as well to state, was found in Mr Faunting's yard at the rear of the hotel where it had evidently bee...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

41 t1irnarij lj im . "LBe lust and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1892. THE election for the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla for 1892, in which so much enthusiasm and excitement was displayed, is now a matter of the past, and will be handed down to posterity. The election took place on Thursday, Mr   Gellie and Mr Evans contesting, and as was fully expected, the race was decidedly close, as the opponents were almost evenly matched. Eventually, though, Mr Gellie obtained command of the reins and led home past the winning   post with a majority of three marks in his favor. When Cr. M'Dougall made the declaration that Mr Gellie had been successful his supporters " jumped for joy," and he wore ai serenely peaceful   look himself. Mr Evans took his defeat in very good spirit, while some of his supporters looked dejected. Others took quite an opposite view and appeared proud that Mr Evans was so staunch, and had run his rival to such a...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

Th. 'Ile q11uittc of, the return" statf ball lui..: fiinal meeting on ..Tuesday mih ii who en the 'bialanude-shout was ptl 'sited by Mr J..MIouitse iy, iorar. stretary:' It. shliwed a balance to credit of 30/.. Onl the suggestion of Mr Vl . Ealdie.it was decidea to pay this money to .Messrs 'Dutin itldi Lee as remunerationit : for their i services in decorating'g the- danciniig hial[ 'li,: the Asylur. Sis= Willia,?.`;. 0161,?. .iitl Clule, t and liate;chilide s\1 il DI)ting thB' past wek Di 0 Brim of the :ý:iliM'v L,,ti;. ifi'. A]· ouiis.: i-i been o?. au tt i ? u Siydnie ,to a:ttei the Medicil tCilr s h iile ha siLtinig at that cuty: Uri O'Bien will retait sin ioton hI s)ri Jolilhtou t iin Chntiage`of the As luin duing his A ball, to wind up the to )tb,dlL oseasli, will Ie g.ven by the Sunbury t'.ouch.dil Club on October 14, at the .i clianies' 11.1. The charge for al nissi ,: is--:i.cke+ts, is, adinitting one ea:ltlhliani andll two Ialies.Tlcle lippuluarity if the fo';tballe:s and...

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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

Ie C-` its! a Few 7101 1 SUNIURYtv r T Iiil ý'A Oiioniir... I... ];S P' ----i- -. td , Ta r hl..u in organise 1 t f thef pur'poac of ` sthhhlsiun1g a 'a LcrO iinorev 11 the Scuhury district and'which wae hd last wek, ;we are rnfeientivdl d s3ipoiiitted to relatet was very -iparselv, zuttntled ,iand tho~e~ whio were" there' lI~ nuI it teein to .'grasp :the` larg~e ind e\xteiisi 'a benefit ial acIv untage'º ' that'. wouuld" t - *rt i fi em "the -foiui ttion" '=of; such an n in tttutiori in our r*iidrt Most o the' large faitner5, 'wlio-woukt ndelubfe t voreap the greatesi benefits froit- l ea` l 3 And~wlio' mere; Wi tlrr tofsn ioipn ' tle ,a n y V issi th~ iitig =i .o ti i I dror e hun. vc17t he1 edimto ci runn 1 oitl the. matte defer' the. h pp~uttmentý.-of'c p ov i tonal` dir'cto-s~ uintil' a '~Inbrcr'representatitve? "athuiriiiga"'i Coiild~i db'~t' xtogethier ` it hould be and- Mr V«,ilon' duiryin I~. pe1*t; 'onht to, be iroane tee and buitter' ftctorzt's° at. air early.'a date; ash...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

C 0 M 1 ER CIA L. MJLBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Messrs Goldshorough Mort and Co., Ltd., report having offered at their weekly sale on Wednesday a number of bags of all descriptions of grain to a fair attendance of'buyers. Wheat realised front 3,9 to 3 10 for prime milling. Oats still continue very dull of sale; the following are the quotations: Algerian, 1:11 to 2/1; good stout milling, to 2/2. Barley ruled from 2 t) to 3'6. Maize, is lower, with very little offerin=g. Quotations up to 2,11. Peas are selling at 2/8 to 2,8k to 2,10 for extra prime. Bran, 9d and pollard 10d. The New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency Co., Ltd., held their usual weekly sale of grain on Wednes day, when they submitted 5869 bags to a good attendance of trade. Wheat was very dull and the bulk of the offering had to be passed in. Good milling fetched 3/10, no prime being offered. Fair sold at 8/9. Oats were without inprovement ;- thin--'brought 2/- and;i stout 2/1. Barley was without life and little business wa...

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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

MACEDON. -[roMOUR OW COIIUREi'ONDIE T]. SFriday. A meeting of the local cricket club was held at Kelly's Hotel on Saturday evening. The following officers were elected :--l-President., Cr Allen; vice presidents, Messrs Christian, Callanan, M'Qneen, Weedon, Davis, Nicholls, anl Firlth secretary, J. Phelan; treasurer, J. Nicholls ; captain, T. Willey; vice-captain, T. Quaife. It was unanimously decided to agail com pete for the Kyneton District premier ship. Phelan and Nicholls were ap-. pointed as delegates to the association. A junior premiership is also mooted, and the local juniors have decided to compete. A meeting of the latter is notified for this evening. A meeting of the proposed Macedon Water Trust was held in the State school-room for the purpose of ap poir ting three conmmissioners to act in Fpnjuznction with tthe comta i.lors for t1 e}iding. Messrs M'Queen, Weedon, CNicholls were a':,io'lted.

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AN AWKWARD POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

AN AWKWARD POSITION. An accident of a most unsual nature occurred at a skating rink recently. A masher, wearing a ridic ulously short' coat,: and extremely tight trousers, whilst gliding around one of the corners for the purpose of dis playing hisj fashionable costume, accidentally ran :nto another person and fell with such force that his pants, unable to bear the extra strain, split in a conspicuous place; leaving a wide rent from which protruded a handful of white calico belonging to a portion of his. raiment which is as a rule kept sacred from the gaze of the public. On regaining his legs he discovered Ithe full extent of his misfortune, and hastily placed himself on one of the adjoining seats, with the intention of remaining there until the 10 o'clock gong should ring and the floor was cleared of skaters. and then stealing away unperceived ; but alas! "The best laid schemes o' mice and men, gang aft a-glee." It so happened that soon after he had seated himself, a young lady who ...

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SUNBURY POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

SUNBURY POST OFFICE. Business was executed at the new post-office for the first time on Thurs-. day evening. Everything has been removed fr,.m the old stueture now, and the advantages afforded by the new one. are being reciveil by the officials ad libitum. A few deviations have been adcle from the old system of working the office and are as follows:-The Post Office will be open from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m., for delivery of letters, newspapers, and parcels. It will also be open for letter delivery only from after the arrival of the 7.15 p.m. train till 8.30 p.m. In future no delivery will he made before or after t he hours mentioned. The hours for re;istration of letters are 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. The telegraph portion of the office will he open from S 30 an.. till S p.m. All telegrams must he written in ink. Money Order and Savings Bank business will he transacted from 1 0 a.m. til; 3 p.m.- Saturdays front 10 a.m. till 12 noon. The Savings Bank will also be open on Saturdays between the hour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

ý.S Qýýc-u as swc t So comr ?s o mummer ýs. 1t Ohs sQ 3 & Oen`\ a. is ll( -ox often for i? com np 9 0, PROMtPT afPtiP pnly mna save.\+¢-. `il. ~ib~ a I IImh~~n a·iAWYS Curr~i CHOoliEEfiCNaIOR VI :?KS. DIARR-RWOEF J`Y&ENTYER~T.. ~Y1 3rI ~~ a\\ MIsA\k aI)r z..0 0. Fcr sale byarln llup: ts. 1NS NSIINANE IS THE ONLY EFFECTIVE INSECT DESTROYER. 91rz ~ ýi::` , ."ý r ý f . if r"ýi : C ' ý ýý `,Y '·/ i.- - INI - \·j fir.-''' ý ý 1 lýA _ """T ý ý r i .'ý'T i..s; i.t Observe the Spelling. Sold Everywhere. , Sole Proprietors. ROCKE, TOMPSITT & Co.' s.A. Agents, JACOBS, HART & Co. Adelaide. All Disorders utlrcvtil tale Iter, Stn!n iltE, tind iBowel4. ThesePills can be conlidently recommended as the mo.t certain remedy for indigestion. flatulency, acidity, hearthurn, colic, constipa tion, and all the many maladies resulting from disordered stomach or bowels. These Pills are alteratives and streng-theners of the stomach. They may be taken under an, circumstances. W...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

CORRESPOfNDENCE. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our corres pondents.-Ed.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNBURY NEWS.) Sza,-On the part of the committee of. management of the concert given in aid of the Melb6urne Relief Fund, I beg to thank most sincerely the gentlemen of the committee of the Mechanics' Institute for their great kindness in giving the free use of the hall for the occasion. I also wish to avail myself of the occasion to correct an error which appeared in the Sunbury News as as expenss regarding the hall, which should have been charged to printing.-Yours, etc., Maggie Dwyer. [We have drawn attention to the mistake with reference to the charge of the hall in another column-Ed. S. N.]

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A STRANGE CHAIN OF EVENTS. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 1 October 1892

'A STRANGE C-.HAIN OF1 EVEI'NTS. At the moment the baggage-master -.ili(itdd me the brass checks for' my lug gage, and the first thinv', I did-ds 1 had made it a custom to d--was ito take down in myy iiiemcraudtim-book the nnmlibers of the checks. Gee-wilkensls-! exclaimed the fat man. Youi've got a pretty considerable load o' them things, I should remark. Lemnne see. Iefore :Icould answer or-'demur,; he .:icked tlie checks quickly, and with. -u:ltked ,'eroitiiess (as I afterwards re Siiiembe ed) out of the half-shut pa?nl of iy I.:nlin , in which they lay, and began to eoiunt the. i. SE.iglht baggage checks ! he exclaimed. :Wall, now, you are well, fixed, that's a fact.t. And not been to:'Frisco, either ? i ?ifpcerhaps yvoui're, tra.velling with your faitmly ? ;he, ddcd, dubiously, jingling . ile check 'betweeti the palms of his lands; . No; I'm alone,IL returned, holding ouit , my haiidfor thie ichecks. ,,And ight bagage' cheeks :for' one passenger.! he went on, not. heedin' ,my ....

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