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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

tAORSLE BY PRIVATE CONTACT : 1. ? ..60 Acres of Land, more or less, lai her 'g.oon, B3irreg,?r?a-fe6ced in with three f0 farm rail fence, and house on iP,,also a gpod T -,o darn of water.. .. , .d a • • Title Perfect. : , 4I { For further information apply to e si, THOMAS SHARP, Colac. ra sof . Ir REW D FOR 80DSALE. iead in r<. A.TTLE.- two feet lengths, at h hey ci5 Stewarts' Priduce Stores, opposite the tl -Beat ,Brewery.' iod do, 6d to 9s ,LET OR-SOLD.. S61` e Double COTTAGE, opposite the Post Office, OnditC It will suit a dress t - `" aker. Apply to MR. B. CURRIE. =''_1:' OR SALE?.BAt Messrs Hnricocks, paddock, Pirron Yalloakl FIREe :OOD' cut and split ifito four feet t?o~i lengths at 2s 6d per ton measurement, tor teat feet teaotS ditto ,Lirhtweed4 rWattle and: Gu :.' OR SALE.- BARGAIN:-= /OAF'F ;CUTLER AND) HORSL WOReKS. Jas. parkinson, Caledonian OT O-'B S ,O -. LE. ,. --u-hAl: J 'f6m ?Bngaree; sd. . ?: rders-ott: les:;: than a ton promptly delivered :8 RR f Ondil....

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BIRREGURRA V. CAM[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

BIRREGUIRRA V. CA` o % Tmis match took place at Camp er .... t Saturday last, and resulted in a victory for the Birregurra team. The bowling of Doo completely stuck up the Camperdown players. He took eight out of the ten wickets. Elkington batted well for Birre. gurra, as also did Gullan. This match was decided by the one innings. Camperdown made only 38, while Birregurra put together 81. Camperdown went. to the wickets the second time, and managed to score 48 runs for the.loss of six wickets when play ceased. Air Hiskins was umpire for Birregurra, and Mr Wright for Camperdown. The follow. ing are the scores : CAMPERDOWN. Woodley, b Doo. ............. ............ Tait, b Doo............................. 1. Henry, b Doo............................... Colburn, b Doo........................... Thomson, b Doo........................... Scott, b Doo............................. Duigan, c Timms, b Doo............... M'Donald, b Strachan................... Anderson, b Doo....................

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[?]URRA V. CAM[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

JRPA V. CA 'O7 Bc took place at CamperOs.. at, nd resulted in a victory for ra team. The bowling of Do, stuck up the Camperdowa 'He t6ok eight out of the tea . Elkington batted well for Birre. i leo did Gullan. This match was n rthe one innings. Camperdown 38, while Birregurra put together rdown went, to the wickets the ts, and managed to score 48 runs s of six wickets when play ceased. is was umpire for Birregurra, and it for Camperdown. The follow. Sscores:- CAMiPERDOWN. / y, b Doo...... ........ : Doo....................... 1, b Doo...... .......... .. On, h Doo................... SD oo............ ................... fc Tirmns, b Doo.............. ald, b Strachan................... ion, h oo........................... b Strachan....................... ey, not out...... ................. -" T otal..... ............................ BIRREGURR A. , c Cotter, b Henry............... um, b Henry.................. ndson, b Henry.. ................ e Cotter, b Henry.................. an,...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

cOiIERCIAL. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GFAIN. ." tiAlRKET. Saturday Evening. The Age reports :-Little of an interetl~ nsature transpired in import markets thl? morning.. Breadostnull are pervaded by s very firm feeling, a noticeable feature being a strong disposition on the part of a large section of the baking trade to contract at this ) point for their supply.of flour for the year, the low scale of prices reached templt ing thiem to speculate in this wsay. The city nillclrslhase met this dcmaund to a very con siderable extent, and orders for flour for for -ward delivery, amonting to a few thousand -tons, mcst have lately been booked. The business of covering these sales has lent an Sunnatural appearance of activity to the in :quiry for stock in the open Imrket, and as "supplies are ample, it may be fairly antici s pated that a decided and protracted lull will Supervene a few weeks hence; holders, thereforoe should not allow the present live - liness in the demand to delude theminto the *...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

NOTES 41VD EVENTS. We regretto havetorecordthat Mr .Ienry Dewing, of Murroon': suiiffered a serious loss in consequence of afire destroying aquantity of hieat and oats belonging to himnon Satur day night last. The :wheat aiud oats were in stacks, the former containing 100 bushels, and the latter 200b ushels, and were situated close together, with just room enough for the machine to pass between them. The fire broke gut in both stacks shortly alter dusk ;tr zo-· ~-i c ;·-' I r on Saturday evenuing and is suppoeud to have been the work of ai incendiary. The neigh bors immediately rushed, to the spot, and succeeded in getting the fire undr: If a proper aupply.of water could have been pro cured at first, scarcely any damage woueil have been done.- Great sympathy, is ex pressed for Mr Dewing, who is a very in dustrious, persevering man. Wo notice, by this day'e.HaTOpdeO tGuar din' that a meeting of rabbit trappers took place at the Stony Rines some few dayes back, when it was then decide...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

BALLALIAT LIVE STOCK MAR?ET. February 20. " M ssRs O'iA?RsELL AED Sol'S REPOsI :-- 1 Supplies "for our usual auction sales this week comprised 141 horses,. 143 head of cat tie, 69 pigs. N-early all the stock was of " good average quality. There was a splendid demand for all classes, and transactions were the heaviest and most satisfactory that have taken place in our yards for years. Horsee S-- Ve have never experienced a better de mand.: All sorts were selling pretty freely, and for the best in each class competition -was remarkably keen, and improved prinee were ruling. Nearly every animal' changed hands. Thd principal mobswere fromMeesrs R. Carson, (Glenosiisson), P. Scully, (Mart lake), and farmers: and graziers, in this and adjoiiiing districts. Prices ruled as follows: -Heavy draught snares and fillies, £35 to y .. .44.nedniu x-draught fiUies;.£21:to £26; "- ll-lae ry horses, £14 to £18; ordinary hacks, £15 to 025 superior do., £25 to £35. The \ principal purchasers were farme...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

COAJMEICIAL. MIELBOUTRNE FLOUR AND GRAIN. . MARKET: Saturday Evening. The .ge reports :-Little of an interesting nhturo transpired in import markets this morning.., Biealostufll are pervaded by a very firm feeling, a noticeable feature being a strong disposition on the part of a large section of the baking trade to contract at this_ point for their supply .of flour for the year, the low scale of prices reached tempt ing them to speculate in this way. The city millers have met this demlaul to a very con siderable extent, andi orders for flour for for warsd delivery, amounting to a few thousand tons, must have lately been booked. The business of covering these sales has lent an iunnatural appearance of activity to the in quiry for stock in the open market, and as supplies are ample, it may be fairly antici pated that a decided and protracted lull will supervene a few weeks hence; holdeis, therefore, should not allow the present live liness in the demand to delude them into the belief ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

/ / COAC?ING. S \1B AIND CO'S O \IL TELEGRAPi LIUE S IF? COACHIES. S I CAMPERDOWN AND -; ,C TO GEELONG. 'leaves Camperdown every 10 lay, and Saturday at 9 a.m: 2 : Colac at noon, and reaching 0 ". 6 jacl leaves Cobb and Co.'s S Geeleng every Monday, I Friday, at 9 a.nm. 3 IGHT MAIL. 1 d WARRNAM1BOOL AND 09 BELFAST. 4 p.m., Sat urdrvs excepted. 15 iJt Brach Line to - KE. CAI'AMUT. PENS .. 81 , A.XQ 1a0x"JTA.L?, dognmas without taking" fazt ; and thus, even if' williug to persist in wla calls a deception, it cantit BELFAST GEELONG TO OOL ANT Daily, a.50 1.m. Saturdays exscepted. ith 3BraCha Line to "D T' l-E. CPAMUT, PENS iIUJHST, ANID HANILTON, 'IoUNT g?BIBEll Ac D ADELAIDE, ll ointermediate Fost towns, leaving Geealln every mlonday, Wednesday and riday, at 9. p.C and Co's Booking Coaches leav'e CobbSaraee Ofice, Geolon5, daily (Saturday excepted). Offce, 1ee' ?r. Ruabool and Belfast,' aet9. g p.from Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.30 a.m., on Sundays at 4a:m.. c from .arr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTACT - 60 Acres of Land, more or less, --pwrLof? p cion 61A, parish of Mur coon, Birreguira, fenced in with three rail fence, and house on it, also a good dan of water. Title Perfect. For further information apply to THOMAS SHARP, Colac. FIREWOOD FOR SALE. . l. WATTLE. two feet lengths, at Stewarts' Produce Stores, opposite the 5 Brewery. -T0BE LET. OR SOLD. A Double COTTAGE, opposite the Post Office, Ondit. It will suit a dress :aker. Apply to MR: B. CURRIE. S"OR SALE.-At Messrs Hancocks' .1 paddock, Pirron Yalloak, FIRE. WOOD, cut ana split into four feet lengths at 2s 6d per ton measurement, jcfeet leri" s atoms ditto, Lisrhtwoeed, Wattle and Gum. ? FOR SALE.--A BARGAIN.. .-- CHAFF CUTLER AND HORSE WORKS. Jas. Parkinson, Caledonian' 'Stores. oTATO ES FOR SALE. -Finest Quality 'from Bingaree seed. Orders not less than a ton promptly *delivered. " JAMES KERR. Ondit, Feb. 22nd, 1875. jdIi PFOUNDS . REWARD. Whereas some persons did on Sunday the 24th January, 1...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 February 1875

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKEK. February 20. MIEsses O'FARRELL AND SON'S REPORT : Supplies for our usual auction sales this oeek comprised 141 horses, 143 head of cat tie, 269 pigs. Nearly all the stock was of good average quality. There was a splendid demanid for all classes, and transactions were the heaviest and most satisfactory that have taken place in our yards for years. Horsee - -Ae have never experienced a better de mand. All sorts were selling pretty freely, and for the best in each class competition -was remarkably keen, and improved prices were ruling. Nearly every animal changed hands. The principal mobs were from Messrs R. Carson, (Glenorniston), P. Scully, (Mort lake), and farmers and graziers in this and adjoining districts. Prices ruled as follows: LHeavy draught mares and fillies, £35 to £44; medium- draught fillies, £21 to £26; -eT-livtery horses, £14 to £1S; ordinary hacks, £15 to £25 ; superior do., £25 to £35. The principal purchasers were farmers, shippers to New ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

BBALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. - February 24. "MEsses FISKEN AND GIBSoK'report:-Fat Cattle.--514 yarded, but nothing prime; about 'ohe-third useful beef, the balance imediumi light weights. There was a large attendance of eager buyers; and prtices for the quality offered high; the extreme rates of :last.week were. not maintained, but the market for all descriptions was the best of the:season, all lots being cleared out at satis faetory' values. Averages :-Mr R Edols' 95 bullocks; £10 2s Sd; Allen's 20 do, £9 4s; Youl's 51 do, £9 Os 6d, 25 cows, £7 12s 6d-; ?Kirby's 102 bullocks, £8 10s. We sold --95bullocks, for Mr R. Edols, Yallock, at from £15 5s to £8 7s Gd ; 4 pigsmeaters at from £5 17s to £2 12s ; 20 for Mr Younger, at from '£11 to £8 s 6d ; 29 for Mr Bitchie, at from. £9 pOi to 5 15s. . Fat Calves.-55 penned, chietly good qlality,_ P.lces rather -.-.owwer than previous week. We sold-l10 for i Er-dols, at from.£1 17s to £1 ; 2 for Mr Geddes, to £2 12s; '1 for Mr Younger, at £3 12...

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SULLIVAN, THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

SULLIVAN, THE MURDERER. According to a correspondent of the Olago 1'imes, the murderer Sullivan was one of the convicts wh6; on the 98th December, 1858, seized the.barque Lady Franklin, on the high seas, on the voyage from Robart Town to Nor folk Island, had possession of the vessel for fou teen days, ran her to within 100 miles of the Fi1ji Islands, and there left her. The Lady Franklin left htobart Town on the 11th December, 18583, with twenty-two soldiers of the" 99th reimnent and twenty-two prisoners, for Nortilk Island,.andtl on the 2Stll of the same month was seized bvtheprisoners. The ipformant of the Times, then a youth of eiglhteen years, h:lt obtained a permit from Commissary Bishoji, then Commissarypof Tasmania, to vtsit Nor folk Is!and..,i.t seems th'tt one. of the convicts .had-feigned. illness th'ouglh the voy'.ge-,mnd: beneathl his bunk a hole had beaen c;ut .fromn the inain deck into the lo.we hold. Ttrouoli this hole a numbti of the prisoners got into the lower deck...

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COMMERCIAL. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

GO l MERCIAL. BALLARBAT WIOLESALE PRODUCE JMAR KET. February 24. There was a very good supply of the various sorts of produce inrthe market on WVednesday, and there -was also a good de mand generally, except as regarded straw of inferior or medium quality, which wras easier. Potatoes still keep Iluctuating, the prices ringing from £2 10s to £3 is. Flour keeps pretty steady, and ltherre was nio change in oats. The supply of hay aud straw mnight be regarded as somewhat large. The follow ing were the ruling price :-Flour, £10 10s to £10 Ils per ton ; poll'ard, Is 5d per bushel; bran, is 3d; wheat, Is 7d(1 to 4s 7Td per bushel; oats, 3s J4 to os ld ; peas, 40 to 4s 3d; English barley, 5s; Cape do, 3s 10d; district potatoes, £2 10s to. £3 s5 per ton; Geelong do, £4 5O to £4 10s; manger hay, £ O. s to £4 10s; sheaves, £2 15s to £3; oaten straw, 30s to 40s; wheaten:do, 25s.

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THE HUME EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

THE IUME EXEDITIO?N?... Further particulars of-the tale told by Thompson, the survivor.: of the Hume expedition, appear in the Sydney Morning HTerald:--' The first~i ques tion, or almost assertion,put to.' homp son on his. arrival here was -'You never filled your waterbags orn leavinsg Graham's Creek?' His reply was ' We did not-the large ones at least. O'Hea proposed doing so, but Hume laughed at it; he sail, ' It is but sixty miles to Cooper's Creek, and with horses in. the condition of ours we 'can easily do that distance bdfore dark.'" We-only filled the three small saddle iWi;terbags, holding two or thiree _quarts each. fHume lived tobeg poor O'Hea's pardon on the fouirth day for a folly on his part which was. likely to cost us our lives,' The party was :supplied uittl two large ba's besides tlhe sa dlle ones, and could have started with hm f yro tfvt six gallons of water, which voell htnve kept them alive for days after t'hlir horses must have given in.. Quesion: Hid youuarny ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET February 20. MESSRS O'FARRELL AND SON'S REPORT [?] FIRE AT THE BARWON WOOLLEN MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

BALLAR AT LIVE STOCK MAnRKE S'. February 20. MEssRS O'FAIRELL AND SoN'S REPOE- - LEN MILLS. Between three and four o'clock on Tuesday mornitg a fire broke out in the Ol woolshed and stoeics of the B ruwon ^' Woollen Company, on the River Bar- 1 t ; won, South Geelong. It was first seen Ls by Alfred Gotts, the engine-driver of hlk the establishment, swhose attention was directed to it by a bright light showing i i .e into his bedroom, which is inmmediately her.. opposite the scene of the disaster, and about seventy yards distant. HIIe inm- Oi mediately got the hose belonging to the it . mill, and conunenced .playing on the re",r fire, while his wife ran over to the Ns e victoria Woollen Mill. to give the S.iO alarm. Gotts states tlhat when he finrst. saw the fire it was 'mder -the floor, which is raised some two feet from the ground, sand that it travelled along like 0 a train of gunpowder,, and this state ment is fully borne out from the fact of the outside of the floor being charre...

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THE RICHMOND WIFE MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

THE IIICIMOND WIFE NMUf DER. Husler was placed on his trial on MIonday at thle Central Criminal Court, lor the Richmend wifl murder. The prisoner challenged four jurors, and pleaded not guiltyin a firm tone. Evi dence was then taken. Captain Logan, of the s:s. Hero deposed that he had known the prisoner fbr five years; he was frequently a passenger to New Zealand, anu was always intoxicated. He came into his (the captain's) cabin and threatened to kill him. HIe seemed quite wild with delirium, and was put in a straight jacket. He always ap peared on the best terms with his wife, but often wanted the others to fight. Ann Archldale visited them thie day of the murder, when the prisoner was in bed and deceased was putting vinegar cloths to his head. When she left decensed bade her good-bye, and told hier she would not be thiere on the fol lowing Sunday. Accused was pers iPirg, dreadfully at the time. She had twice seen hin in the horrors. She believed he was worse on the 2nd of October...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND G[?] MARKET. Saturday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

CO A JIElR CIAL. s 1: MELBOUrINE FLOUR AND Glt 1?ARKET: c Satirday Everc The Age reports :-Little of an inte nature transpired in import marke morning.. Beadilstufls are pervaded very firmn feeling, a nioticeablle featur a strong disposition on the part of I lo section of the baking trade to con l t?isi point for their soupply .of. flouri Syear, the low scale of prices reached ing themn to speculate in this way.; -t millers have met this demaind tota ,e siderable extent, and orders for flourt waid deliveri, amounting to a few thi P tons, mast have lately been booked. 1 business of covering these sales has L uiinntural appearance of activity to t quiry for stock in the open market, supplies are niople, it may' be fairly pated tlhat a decided'and protracted hi snpervene a few weeks hencej; ho thereforoe shoduld not; allow tle present Sliness in the demand to delude them inl belief that values could be sustairied a material advance, as the circumstance i Salluded to indicates a subside...

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THE FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT GIPPSLAND. THE FOUR BODIES FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

THE FATAL BOIAT ACCIDENT AT GlPPSLAN'D-' ': THi , FOUr- ponIEs FOUND. The Gippsland Meicniry of the 20th publishes further details of- the lament ale dlsaster on Lake Victoria, whverey four. lives were losti fron- which we extriict the follovin : " On thie- 26th Jnneary, a- sailing boat, 23tt lorig, left Sbtivinag Point, havin' on board Mr M Lean, a settler at Bole Bole; Mr Wsteon, lately em pldyed at the Lakes' Entrion e works; a boy -aged ifouirteen years, aid a girl of sixteen, r" tirs e t two. latter bein-ig the only chidren 6o Mr J. G:.Munro, of Shavii n Point T-'he beoai.:d nd pas sengers: arrived :sifely at the Larobe wharf on :Weidnssiay, 'tlh 'January. A cargo of :stores for? the Bole Bole selection, arid two bigs: of flour for Mr Atkindri; u t Atkies :::striitse were shipped, -ind the, boat staarted en the retuin voyayge aboiut 7 o'elock on Sa turday evening. Mlr Watsobn stated tlhat it was his intention to. anichor iat the noutli of:tihe Latrobei Riveri for ithe night, a0...

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THE FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT GIPPSLAND. THE FOUR BODIES FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

THE FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT AT GlPPSLAND. THu :vu* o? ODIEs FOUrou The Gippsland lMerem y of i he 20th publishes further details of tile lament ahls disaster on Lake Victoria, wvhereby four lives were.lost, f!rom which we extriet theffdllowin . " On tlhe 26th January3 a -sailing lioa, 23ft ldng, left SbBaviig Poinit, having on:board Mr '?l''lean; a settler at Bole Bole; Mr Watson, lately em ployed at the Lakes' Entriisoc: wiorkse a boy aged foiurteen years, and' a girl of sixteer'years; thle two latter being the only children o'f Ms J. G M:runr?o , of 1hsvini PeintIl The: ioat and pes-: sengers ariived safeliy t the Latrobe wharf' on ;Wednesday, ;:27th' Janudry. A' cargo of 'stords for :the Bole Bole0 seiection, and tio'l h?s of flour fr Mr Atkinton, .at ltli8's e straits, were shipped;' :nd: the ;oat staited on the returen voyge: about 7 o'elolt oni. S turd'sy evenino. Mr W' tsinr stated tlat it was hifs intentio toq anchoerat the niouth of tlie'Latitee River .for the night, ans d to~n...

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NOVEL CURE FOR CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 February 1875

NOVEL CURE FOR CANOER. A novel cure for cancelr is the sub ject of the following narggraph, fur nished by the Port WVakefield corrc spondent of tile Soueth. Atustraliao Advertiser:--" Mr Smairt, a farmelr residing at thed: Si?x lile,,near Porl Wakefield, has been suffering f-rom a cancer for more than four years. When it first made its appearance on the edge or the ri,.ht shoulder bladije it was only about tlhe size of a pea, but it soon s;pread its roots, until it attained idmost ilfe size of a five-shilling piece, and raised in the centre. It lihad a livid ap pearance, and was corn?tant!y dis clhar-ing, priducini loss of appetite, rand reducin thie sufflerr- to a" mere skeleton. It so unfitted liir Smart for work, thar he was compelled to relinquish his . farm in favor of his son. ilMr Smart, having lost his mother in the old coumtry from thle same terrible malady, although operated on by the Lmost skilful of medical men, set his face against doc tors. and would have:no, advice, F...

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