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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

TELEGRAMS. (FllOM THE DAILY TAPERS.) London, 12th Jan. — Mr, Wlialley, M.P., declares John Line's statement as to his being suborned to commit perjury to ,bo en tirely fictitious. ' Rome, 10th Jan. — A Papal bull-which has been issued authorises tho next papal election without a regular conclave being held in Monaco, Prance, or Malta. Germany rc iusos 10 iccoguisu u.. Singapore, 12th Jan. — Advices received from an independent source state that the Dutch, in attacking a niosque . at Ivratow were twice repulsed, with 240 killed and wounded, iucluding twelve officers killed. The Acheenose are described as fighting de moniacally. Paris, 12th Jan. — The Versailles As sembly, having prolonged tho discussion re lative to the position of tho Ministry, passed a vote of confidence in the Government by a majority of fifty-eight. The Ministry havo withdrawn their resignation. Madrid, 10th Jan. — The Cortes lias, been dissolved, and will not reassemble until .order has been restored. Madrid, 12...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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SYDNEY. 16th January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

SYDNEY. . (FROM OUR OWN' correspondent.) 16th January, 1874. The Legislative Assembly met again 011 Tuesday, 13tli inst. As ' general business ' cme first, and there was a long list of it, tho House did not come to tho voto of cen sure, which is Mr. Garrett's amendment on a motion of tho Premier for printing tlio Go vernor's minute, until Wednesday. Tuesday's proceedings were enlivened by sharp attacks 011 three widely diftering classes- of persons — freo selectors, Roman Catholic dignitaries, and seamqii. Mr. Walter H. Cooper was tho accuser of the free selectors, among whom, he said, that for ono honest yeoman, there wero nine men whoso solo capital consisted of a1 bullet ' mould and a harness cask. This eliargo was, of cotirsc, indignantly repelled, and Mr. Cooper was challenged to producc proof of. his assertion— a challenge'' to which lie made no response. On anothcr motion Mr. David Buchauan 'objected to ' desecra tion ' of the records of Parliament, by insci t ing such titles...

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Jan. 21, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

WOOL AND STOCK REPORT, Wednesday. Jity. 2 i, .1.87,4. Last Friday night rain began 'to toll-nt1 ' Hay,. and continued n largo part qf Saturday. v ' Sir. 01 ark writos tlmt two inches fell at Kerarbiiry station, FfWH Qudgollico, qur correspondent writos, 1,'ith ? inst. :r-;' On Monday we hail a heavy fall of rain, and all fears of a dry soason liave fceen dispelled.' The feed on tho Lachlan frontago was get-, ting scarce, tint now there will spon bo a nice spring of -yotthg grass.' , 9,000 shoop, Mr. nvmrrr. ft,, 1 5H1, '' inst, on thoir way tq Forhos. Our Bourke ? correspondent writes, 5tli inst. :— ' There is only one lqt of travelling stock in this neigh bourhood, at prosent, viz., 700 mixed cattle from Bpwen Dawns station, in charge of tTames Craigio, and I ftmoy they will have to travol further- soqth for a market. A small lot of nico light cattle sold for lqqal consumption, at £7 10s,, on tha station.' The movements in the neighbourhood nf Hay are 3,500 sheep . now travelling t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. Published _ .every Wednesday, alt Hay, Murrumbidgee River, N.S.W. Subscription : £lper annum,, or 5s. per. quarter, payable in advance. A very large number of copies are sent free to ,all parts of Riverina, 'but those who wish to obtain the paper regularly must subscribe. TO ADVERTISERS. ? The Riverine Grazier is by far. ?the most widely circulated news paper in Riverina, and the chai-ges, . enumei'ated below, are from twenty five per cent, to seventy-five per ?cent, lower than those of any other newspaper in the district. Advertisements. — For one inser tion, 3d. (threepence) aline. For every insertion after the first, 2d. (twopence) a line. For. Advertisements ordered by . the quarter : — per quarter. ' 'One whole column - £10 0 0 - TIalf a column - - 5 5 0 ?Quarter column- - 2 15 0 Under a quarter column, each' inch - - 0. 12 0 Under one inch, 2s. a line per quarter. IIAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AnitivAr.s. Sunday — 11.30 a.m. From Ecliuca, Denili quin, Wang...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 14TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

? MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT, Wednesday, 14in January. .Fat Sheep. — 19,(570 penned, principally middling and inferior ; best quality., advanced (5d. to. ls„ disposed of thus : — Meat company, G,270 ; Gcelong. cpnipany, 1,875 ; graziers, v 2,10.0 ; shipping, 4Q9 ; the trade, 9,016. Tho 'following are' tho sales of Riverine stock, collated from tho various agents' reports:—; ' Staugliton Bros,, wethers from 7s.6d. to 15s. j . i ,240 ewes and wethers, ? Robertson and Wagner's, wethers, 9s; owes, Os, 9d, 5 a ? ' ? ' sihflll lot pf wethers for Sir, Jjang, at 8s : 1,OGO Boondara' \rethcrs, j)s, 2d, ; 88.0 Taiv . rawo.nga wethers, 9s, } 1,438 Mulla Mulla ' ' wethers 8s, 3d. ; 2,414 wethers from Clare, at lis. Gd. Tlio last of 23,000 fat wethers, sold by Mr. Hurtle Fisher to. Bennett and . Matthews, have been delivered, Fat Cattle. 1,140 forward, inostly good to prime, a re duction of about 10s, took place ; 313 bul locks, Bowler and Keigliran's, from the ? jfamqi, averaged £9 18s. 3d, v Messr...

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HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Jan. 21, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

HAY SHIPPING. Wednesday, Jan; 21, 1S74. There have been no. arrivals pr departures faring the week. The Pearl is (laily expected. . ; Tho river Murrumbidgee, at Hay, is 4ft. 'above summer- level, -4t Wagga, on lGth, it was 3ft. 6in., and falling. Mr. Do.no, hqe, the Wagga mail contractor, ? : brings news o.f- a considerable rise in the river coming down from Gundagiu 5 it will l\ave reached Wagga by this tiiqe, The. river Darling, at Bourke 011 JOtli inst,, \ras 7ft. 2m. above summer level,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 21 January 1874

MARRIAGE,     DOW—CONWAY, — On the 7th inst., at SS.     Peter and Paul's, Emerald Hill, by the Rev, T. M. O'Callaghan, George Camp bell, eldest son of John Dow, to Mary Josephine, youngest daughter of the late     Michael Conway, Emerald Hill. THE RIVERINE &RAZIER. Tros Tyrins-ve mihi nullo discrimine agelur. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1874.

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

THE NEW TARIFF. ' The following is. the New South Wales' tariff, as assented to by Hib E:xcellency the Governor, which became operat ive on the 1st January, 1871 j s. d. Spirits.— On all kinds of spirits im ported into the colony, the strength of which 1 can be ascertained by Sykes' hy drometer, the proof gallon 10 0 On all spirits and' spirituous ? ' compounds imported into the colony, the strength of jvhich cannot he ascer tained by Sykes' hydromc . , ; ' Jer, the liquid gallon 10 ? 0' Methylated spirits, per gallon - 2 0 Wines— Sparkling, per gallon - G 0 Other kinds, ditto - - - - 4:0. Sarsaparilla, if containing not more than 25 per cent, of proof spirit;, per liquid gallon - ^ 'P. Beer, ale, porter, spruce, or other beers, in wood or jar, per gallon - - 0 C Ditto ditto, in bottle, per gallon - 0 9 Cigars, per. lb. - : -- 5 , 0 Snuff, per lb. - - - - 2 0 Tobacco, manufactured, per lb. - , ' - 2 0 Ditto, unmanufactured, per lb. - - 1 0 Ditto, ditto, for sheepwasli, per lib. - 0 ...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

UN'CLAIMKD LETTEKS. . ? List. No. 21 'of letters returned from the cinuitry. and now lying at tlie Post-office, tyydnvv. unclaimed. ' * Ship. iirffei'a.-^vSulSijisv G., 'NV qiitjvortli ; Atkins, Reginald, Darling Itiyqr ; Baker, ltichard, Deniliquin ; Barnes, ? Joseph, L'ach jnu ; Burnes, 1'. G. Hakool 5' Boer, ''A. E., pttritng Rtycr ; Beer, Mrs. J., '. Bourke , ? ]!cgr, J., Bourke ; Bond, John, lWuliquin ; Bourke, Mrs. Rodgcrs, Bogim ' River ; Aj.ourke, 11., Urana (2);' Bray, Jas. 1'., Co lu'tr (2) j Buckley, M!, 'Bourke ; B'uiiiligery fcj'tation, manager of tlie'Luchlau : Burden, }V.', Deniliquin ; Burkelt, (t. II.,' Euston ; Burns, Jas., Burke Town'; Byng, ''Isaac, De-. niliquin ; Bvng, 1'hoiuasVDcujliquiti ; C;un pron, John, liourko ; Cameron, 'Jas., ' WentA worth ; Carroll, Jariics,' ' Ujjatja ; parter, Joseph, ]\fuiTtiml)idgon ; Garter 'Glias.,* Mnr runibidgee 5 CurUny 1Wni.,'''Coro'wa ; Cham bers, A., Bourke V CIiapman, 'G;, Murrum jiitlgee Collier, J, W., ''Wilcaiiia ; Couc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

' 'Major Warburton's Expedition. —Some apprehension is felt in South Australia as regards; the safety of the above expedition. It ?vvas anticipated' that, the branch mail steamer from King George's Sound would brinsc some intelli gence respecting the expedition, which started from Alice Springs on 15th April, 1873, to find, if possible, a practicable route from the overland telegraph to the set tled districts pf Western Australia. Iii the event of no intelligence jbeing received', it had been arranged that Mr. ' Ross,' at the head of a light party, 'slioiild be .despatched to ren.T der ajiy succour Major WaVburton liiigliij' be ' in1 need of. ; No intelli-' genet! came to 'hand, and in conse quence Mr. Ross, started on: Kith .Jamuiry to follow the tracks of tlie Miijor. The expedition led by Mai.or Warburton .was .fittedl o u: by the lion.' Thos. Elder, MyL;G , aiid the same gentleman now sendli out Mr. Eoss. Mr. Davenport lm's received a communication from a brother of Maj or Warbu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

We1 Tcqulil femiikl tlie Government ? now that they app reserving a mile' wide as a rodd fof slieep trayp||ing t« pi^rket ffoni II py to Mpni]|a,' tliat t^py sliould' follow tliis up by a similpr reserve frpW Hay to AVijcfinia ? be fore selection will nr.evont tlmm fmm dniiitr so. Upwards of four hundred .thousand sheep, crossed tho Hay piiqt last year -on their, way to market \-r' tq somo ' of. tho statjqns in the bpek copiit^y, and tli|s num ber will qprtainly not depreasp.fpr some time to conic, If provision is l^qt niade for the pastiipge pf all thpsp sheep tfljjlo so, travel ling, and wlijlsj; tjiq. Gpveriimpi\t have the.j op^pr.tnijity of dqit^g so,' there ^ill lie a great'! anoint pf suffering' anjl loss entailed. ' '\Ve arq spro that tlie mattpr lias only to b'e laid bqfpre thq' povppiment jq qjrder tq meet with iinnicdiatc attention. Witl} a few more wells sunk between Hay and the Darling, a pouplp of wliicli should be between Hay aiid Booligal, there ciiii be littlp diffic...

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TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Jan. 27th, 3.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

telegrIms. (FROM OUR OWN CORltRBPONDENT.j Sydney, Jan. 27th, 3.50 p.m. London, Saturday. — The Queen has dis solved Parliament. '( '? Gladstone appeals to tlio country for con fidence. The general election talu-s place in March. Sydney. — All-England Eleven made 92 runs in their first innings/; second, 90. New South Wales, 127, now p.taying, and almost sure to win. There have been great rain floods in the Hunter, extending from Newcastle up to Murrurundi. Anniversary day was wet in the morning, but turned out fine in the afternoon. The following are the regatta winners :— Haide, Inca, Caroline, iAlick, lone, Clio, Maritana, Emma, Ripple,, Leading Star, Surprise, Trussclls, Basilisk, Grecian Bend. j 4 p.m New South Wales has won the cricket match with eight wickets to spare. '

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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, January 23, 1874. Present: Frank Johns, : Esq.; (Mayor), Aldennen Pollard, Saldino, Witcoinbo, T. Simpson, aqd Tartakover. I'liq ininutes of last meeting read and 'con firmed. Letter read fjrom Mr. Buttonyorth, asking permission to rp 30 head of-cattlp, including onp roan bull. Granted for six months, sub1 jept to a fresh application after th fit date,' ^ Letter read from E. G. Ward,' Registrar Gsneral, asking for particulars of Hay muni-, cipalty, to be iiipluded in a return qow being ;RFPP|fred for laying .before Paaliamqnt. . ; ' pasli received ; — ' 'Rates' collected... ... £14 15 8 . Cominonagp dues ' ... 27 13 9 Attorney's bilj of costs for last half-year,, according to hi}} of particulars; £3 12sjfl0d. Received :froni client,' £1 10s ; balance to be paid by Council, £2 Is; lOd. Amount or dered to bq'paid. . ' ' - - -. '. Finance Committed rcc'otniiiehded payment of herdqman's salary to January, £8 6s! 8d. Fcq of £ 'J 3s., 'was ordered to be paid...

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MELBOURNE. 26th January, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

MELBOURNE. (FR05t ODll OWN COltnESrOKDENT.) 26th January, 1874. , . Among the curiosities hi literature ot tlie present day are the supplements to news papers. : How it-comes about that a dozen or upwards of country journals can produce the same literary fly-sheet some hundred miles. away from each other — some even in a different colony — with the same stereotyped jokes.' tlie ' same items of intelligence, and illustrated by- the pictures of the same 'our own correspondent,' would baffle the shade of Caxton himself. That two men may have the same thoughts, and express them in the same language, may be possible ; but that a score ofth'em should do so -is -very strange, ?md that these' thoughts should be imiuor rtalized . iii the same type, with the same ink, .and on the same paper is ' passing strange, 'tis wonderful.' I have before me the supple ?jnents of half-a-score newspapers which are alike in every line but the name and. the im print. On pursuing the inquisitive proclivi ties...

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POLICE. Saturday Jan. 24 1874. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

Aw . POLICE. - ; . . ? Saturday Jan. 24, 1874. ? . [Rcfore thp Police Magistrate.] , 'tfohn ^Walters, charged with horse-stealing, ; ^Ip'aded hot guilty. ,v '4 '' . ' . ,Wm. . Cruwys, wellsinker, depospd.be lent accused a horse to go to Pevensey with a note to Mr. Chambers to keep thp horse for witness if accused did not return. Accused took the horse from his camp, 20 pules out on Pevensey back run, on Christmas Day. , On following Sunday, witness came in to Pevensey,. as arranged with accused, he was not there nor the horse. Mr. Chambers knew nothing about the horse, and had not received the note. Witness came on to Hay and heard that the horse, saddle, and bridle had been sold. Saw accused same afternoon at Sabine's bar. Asked, hiin where Bobby (the horse) was. He said at Bran don's stables ; agreed to, go with witness to ; gct.it. Mr. Sabine then asked ^accused,. ' Is no, t that the. horse you sold oh Friday 'the one Cruwys is- looking after ?' He said, ' No, it was ' another on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

BOOLIGAIi ! BOOLIGAL!! BOOLIGAL!!! Bee Hive stores i - . TEMPORARY, y ¥ L. SMITH begs, respectfully to t thank his Friends of -Booligal, for ipast favours, and would wish to intimate to ; ^he inhabitants of the . Township and Sur rounding District, that in response to numer ous appeals from his Customers and Friends on the Lachlau, ho lias determined to dis patch a load of , ? Well-assorted Goods; To be disposed of at r HAY PRICES. ?- -.The Temporary Store will be at the Duke 'of Edinburgh Hotel, and Mr. B. J. SMYTH (late Maiuiger of the Bee Hive Store, Booligal) --will be in charge. The SALE 'will commence on SATURDAY next, 24th,' and will continue for . 14 DAYS ONLY. All the GOODS are recent purchases, and Can be guaranteed. ;NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED ' . ? ; - FOR LARGE PARCELS. . Smith, BEE HIVE STORES, Hay and Booligal. lllu ?JJ XT R A ORDINARY MEETING MEMBERS ' OF THE ' H A Y J O C Iv E Y CLUB, i AT . '? TATTERSALL'S HOTEL, THIS EVENING,- at 8.30 p.m; A. LAKE MAN, W. L. HIGG...

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UPPER MURRUMBIDGEE. Jan, 20th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

UPPER M^RRUMBIDGPlE. ; -, (FROM ouh own COIIIlESrONDENT.) ! V---. \ Jan. 2.0th, 1874. 1 v On -tho evening of- tue very day on which I Jlpst wrote you particiil^VS of the fearful .fires iwhicli- were then '?? ravagq|g.' the , bush in tho .neighbourhood of .Mount'Bin'yah,. thcr,o camp 'a most opportune fall ofrain, which did n^oro, perhaps,,- towards- iextiiig'uisliing the flames, than the ? exertions' ),ot - tho numerous . hajids sent from tlio adjacent, station^-,on the.. i;ivpr. ?I am.sqrry to say a good dCal .qf fencing , has been burned'; Mr. Baillie, ' of ij^Benbfenib.ah, having lost at his back ' lioiind.tiry ifjilly . livp milcsj which. being principally ;dry . pine . zig zag thero was npver much hope, pf , saving. The only wonder is that there was not more damagp rlone,' as at one tiiho ranqy .of -'the runs to thc fouth, with river iiontnges, Brjn '?gagec, Grqongal, Kqobn,: and others were in great;- danger, and it was only by almost super-human oxertiqns and that providentia...

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(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

(from the daily papers.) London, 18th Jan.- — The Frmco and Princess of Wales have, arrived at St. Peters burg,' to be present at the marriage of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. . The Papal 'bull is causing a sensation. Of the New Zea land loan £370, OOp has been.tiiken'up at 97: Copper is depressed, with .few -transactions ??', prices from £92 to' £93: The - corn mar ket has advanced from (jd.to Is. a, quarter home deliveries are. small, and foreign arri vals inconsiderable.; Adelaide wheat is m good demand at 72s. a quarter. , London, 19th . Jan.— The disquieting rumours concerning the relations existing be tween France, Germany, and Italy have been contradicted. ;; The Nord Deutsche Zeitung says that the relations - between. France and Germany depend upon the attitude of France towards the Ultramontanes. Important gold discoveries have taken ' place in Natal, where' there are 900 diggers at work. Access from the coast is difficult. London, -21st Jan.— Tlie Siamese twins (Chang and ...

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SYDNEY. Jan. 23rd, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

.SYDNEY, (fUOJiI OUR OWN CQ1(RJ5SP0NDENT.) 1 ? Jan. 23rd, 1874. . ~ ,Tho; papers and correspondence by tlio Sueai wail were brought intq. Sydney for tho first time o.n Monday by a branch' steamer, ? the Peril remaining at the - terminus , of tho lino, Port Phillip. Among the items - qf special interest to' the Australian Colonies are passages from tho speeches of: the hoii. Arthur Kinnaird to his constitirchts at Perth, and of the lion. B. Disraeli as Lord Rector'of the University at Glnsgow. 'Mr, Kinnaird said, 'Somo persons take a very limited view of our national position, and duties. But our existence as a first-rate power depends upon our colonial empire ; and we are, in fact, more linked in , with the politics of Amcrica, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the' South Seas, than with those of Europe, to which w'e- geographically belong. I am happy. tp say. .thaCfhe. tend ency obser vable in the .Government to concentrate its interest, in home, and to.lpt the ; empire take caro of its...

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WOOL AND STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 28 January 1874

woor. AND stock report:! , » ?' Wednesday, Jiui. 28, 1874. ^ T|i stock matters there jp'at present pau city of movements. Our Mantle correspondent writes tliiij, jfessrs. 3i-P|n:la^d? of |fnp»Nap, were tq staff, on 2 1st ii)st., a pf fat cattlc, in charge. |jf Alexandra llull, fqn Melbourne. Hfpam 'Plains Station, Coiiargo, WAS sold ?]|.V auctioi) pn Tuesday, 20th just, in Mcl jmurnq 25,01)0 shorp, ilj pattlc, npd 20 ' }iqrsqs? tp Duncan M'Popgal, Esq. jillntt's sheep, pusseil South Hay oq their way tP. frftfS the punt at 1 Ma^do, thence up the Luclil^i. Thp wpatherhas lqppH plosp einpe pur. last, lpading tp the qxpeptatiqn of thpn ^crstqrnis. whiph has -ript yet been realised. The river Marrumbidgeej'at Hay, rpse about fp\ir- feet this week, ai|d is now some 8 feet abovp summer, leypl''. At 'Wn£ga on 23rd ii\st., it was 9ft. ahd falling. The pver palling at Boi^kp has fallen 19 inches 5»in| risen 14' in'chqs'this ^eek. It now. sfiuifls J fep.t and 3 inches aboye sum inpr lpvej and ...

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