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COLONIAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

COLONIAL SUMMARY. Death in tub iiusii. — Tbe uipps Lano inde pendent says: — 'On Sunday Ia--t, John Will-on, better known as ' Puck Bullock Jack,' was found dead near Grant's half-way house. It seems that the unfortunate man left Grants on Tu-sday last, some* what the worap for liquor, and his horse having been euuflvuucutiv iuuuu iiucijvds, Dcaiuu wa^ mau^ vi/iim by private persons and the police. The latter was at length successful, constable Burrowes having dis covered the body between Grants and Collin's station. The eyes had been picked out by the crows, and the head was dreadfully contused. Willson was a very old and respected resident of this district, and leaves a large family, we hear, tolerably well provided for. This is the third fatal accident which has recently happened in the same family. Precocious Peach Tree. — Under this head, the Bendi^o Advertiser has the following :— In the gar den of Mr. John Burne, of the Axe Creek, is a peach tree, whicjtrsix inche- above the ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Chronicle And Hunter River District News, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

In another column is announced that a pleasure trip is contemplated in a steamship to Port Stephens. This is for Newcastle a really new, and, we consider, a very good method of passing a hoKdnp. The distance being so snort, £s almost a guaranteeikgainst sea sickness, while who among us will not feel rinovated in health and spirits by a short sea voyage to a harbour which is reported to be one of the most beaittfctUdnd picturesque in tbe world. We wish the projectors Very success, and hope that such an opportunity will not be neglected by the inhabitants of the district. The Dieficolties at the Tunnels. — We are happy in being able te unnon ice tliat the difficulties recently existing between the Coal and Copper Com pany and their men, have been so far reconciled that work has been resumed again this (Friday) morning. Pit rules, we understand, are to be adopted as ihe basis of the new arrangement, to be mutually bindin.' on the parties, and any breach of which is to be followed by th...

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Export of Coal. WEEK ENDING MARCH 15, 1861 :— [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

(ffrport of foal.' Week ending March 15, 18C1 :— n. a. L.oMr anv. — syaney, iuu ions ; ftieiDOume, tout tons ; New Zealand, 100 tons ; South Australia, 110 tons ; Tasmania, 200 tone; foreign ports, 112 tons: steamers, 221 tons. Total, 2574 tons. Wallbend Coal Company.— From January 25, to Marsh 15.— Sydney, 2072 tons ; Melbourne, 3062 tuns ; Singapore, 26*0 tons ; Launceston, 294- toni^New Zealand, 194 tons ; Adelaide, 334 tons ; Steamers, 40 tons ; Total 2666 tons. ? '_ ?

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Sjr— Having encroached so far on your tpacr, I , must lie short in my reply to ' Extinguisher.' He eoramenee* his epistle by a narra'ion of fact* which arc hut loo true, more especially ihoie about the in ?nrvent court and the hangers on thereabout- 1 hcar ? tily concur with him in all he rays about the profer rors of re'ipion— I mean those who profess it for g»in ; and next to the giant evil of the day, and the vx'Kling laws which grant a licence to one man to spread disease, want, anil crime, broadcast over the land by the sale of spirit?, come all the abominations 4vi* lit a Tnasilvri n^ l«t nn-i rt/\iii fa an/1 fnn anVttntntTt* vm **?«* »fin-'i » * ???- aav^Vf vii-i «rww *'f ?*»??? *??*- «?????«?? —-jj-» taken of thoie by ' dirhonesr men' — not to use a ?trcnger epithet — superinduced, in many instances, by intemperance. These require ventilating very much, being giant abnsep. That Newcastle is not particularly fortunate in h ving her 'Ventilator of Abuse*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

HANNELL v. SUTHERLAND, (Fi Fa.) In the Court of Petty Sessions, Newcastle, of 3rd September, I860 A- ' THE undermentioned property beroMing to the abovenatned defemtynt^wiUibe s£ld by public auction,' at the residence oj/vde#:iida«T, Lake Mac quari* Road, on MOtfD^nr, &lr6 /l8tli instant, to satisfy the aboveninlTOpratiitift; unless this execu tion be previously satisfied, viz. — Household furni ture, bed and bedding, cooking iiUrtpMs, ship's quadrant, books, &c, &c. / y j) . C. LLOYD, Bailiftof Court of (ff^-ftoffi5/ A LAYMAN, Scedlman^GarJjiier, Florist, Jec. ? Choice Fruit \i|es, iyTri(W?&c., supplied. Alpha Nursery, LaM Mjo/onaOla^Road, March 16th, 1861. ? / IT ? To the Messrs. WILLIAMS, WATCIIMKERS, NEWCASTLE. DEAR SIRS. — It would be no compliment to honest men to praise them for honesty ; it would almost amount to an insult. I beg to tender to you my grateful thanks for having been Ihe means of restoring my lost pUt£- and hm\/w\tn experi enced ...

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MR. BUCHANAN, M.P., AND THE WALLSEND DINNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

MR. BUCHANAN. M.P., AND THE WALLSEND DINNER PARTY.. There was an episode in the proceedings at the dinner table on board the steamer London on Saturday last, the day of celebration of tho Wallsend Mining Company, which demands some notice at our hands, as representing the locality in which it occurred, and upon whioh a stigma would remain, unless repudiated and pro tested against in tho name of common sanso and -SSSSJSmifyJ'to'tJe immaoalatoTa'ethics, or to be witi luoviuiuua iu ujaiil/ClB Ul ucllUVUUJ guucraiiy, but there are degrees of blackg-guardism so low, that if we permitted* ourselves to bo dragged down to them, would involve us in the same vortex with the honorable member for Morpeth, and to pass over in silence, such exhibitions as we wero made witness of, would implicate us and reduce us to the samo level with that exal ted and polito representative of good breeding — Mr. Buchanan. In truth, we bad quito enough of tho oommodity of ill breeding on hand, to be enabled to di...

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MUSWELLBROOK. MAITLAND BANK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

MUSWELLBROOK. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] MAITLAND BANK ROBBERY. Little did the hoat of the Royal Hotel, on Satur day night, think that the young man that arrived there by the mail, would be as anxiously enquired after on the following Monday. He came from Sin gleton on Saturday without bf ing booked. Wben be paid liU fare there he was asked his name ; he told the clerk, Beardmore ; ' he stopped all night, and on Sunday morning bought a horse, bridle and sa Idle, of Mr. H. Nowland, junior, and started en route for Mudgee, where he said be intended going. A gen fciciitui icd.uciii. ui bins piauc uapueiieu to ue owiyinK on Sunday at luite's hotel, Merriwa, when this beard less Mr. Beardmore arrived in company with a young gentleman whom he overtook on the road. He en tered into conversation with the host and. guests, stated his name, where he was from, and where he intended going. Merriwa is forty-five milei from Muswellbrook, and seventy-five from Singleton. H e started from the hotel ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

B«s Drums port tub Newcastle United Vo. ?.'.?«» Band ? We were touch (jratiQed, on payinR » »mtt» tho workshop of Mr. G. Bevnn, of this city, UV the ♦Mpuwtion of twq baia drums, which Mr. Bevan has hlm iM {{''''wtured, for the use of tho united volunteer band, jw the rouiioal siwoiatiorrrBf this city. Tho ahell of one '™ j» galvaniiod iron i dl/tho other, copper j the heada Afcf* .tp.t8piM(l ty MrrBevan Uimsolf, from the row ifSr L r10 .nooP!, «l»o, ho H»» compelled to bond himself, 'OHM Jie declares that vhn'tlie mo«t troublesome part of CJJrJ'1 Tho drums have been doolared by all who have r«jf«wm,and who aro competent to rivc an opinion, to ^'?Wfy excellent tone and sound. It is always ploa SV™ notice any noo: atcp In* manufao turcs In this young ™«iJ.MiO.froe» the many volunteer bands now in tho Ly™* ™ farrnHion, wo trust Mr. Bevah will reooivo orders ™(fl»° tlum')Br ?» may remunerate him lor his present «r^? ?» infotmBdJtliit Mcosra. Gaorge Tully and Co, #' '57,PJ»0». h»v« fclD ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

Value of Land in Newcastle.— So great is the present demand for houses and bqilding allotments iu New. castle, that a small parcel of ground, situate at the corner of Hunter aud Wolfe-streets, was lately sold for £1000. The fortunate purchaser (Mr. Webster) has already been applied to by parties desirous of securing leasehold posses sion of buildings, which have yet to be erected. Tho allot ment in question is, wo believe, calculated to admit of only three, which will, of course, be disposed of at a proportion ate rental. We are informed that Mr. Buchanan'tmcccods Mr. His lop, as manager of our local branch of the Bank of Aus tralasia. Th-] latter gentleman is about to visit Europe, and will ccrfainly csrry with him the respect and best wishes of our mcroantile community. Tho constant and efficient pndcavours of Mr. Hislop to encourngo and im prove the trade of this port, is Ailly appreciated by all par. ties in business : his very ablo management during the two years last past, has...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

Present ation op Colours.— Thu sday next, the 21st instant, promiBes to bo a gala day with the volunteers nt Newcastle. Wo understand that the lady of W. Hyslop, Esq., manager of the Bank of Australaain, will present tho volunteers with a set of colours on the occasion, on behalf of the ladies of Newcastle, and, furthor, that oaptain Bollon, of the riflo volunteer corps, intends inviting the Maitland corps to a Junolieon on riio day, and afford them an opportunity of fraternising with their comrades in arms on this suspicious occadqn, -

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INSPECTION VISIT TO THE NEWCASTLE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

? .i ... .. .. i i m INSPECTION VISIT TO THE NEWCASTLE MINE. On Friday night, in accordance with previous arrangement, the steamer London left Sydney with a party of gentleman on a visit of inspec tion to the Wallsend company's coal mine. Amongst the number of visitors oh this occasion, we noticed several members of the Legislature, both of the Upper and Lower House. The com mercial and mercantile interests of Sydney were also largely represented; and the steamer doing the work in her usual excellent Btyle, arrived at thejcompany's wharf, a little before 8, on Satur dayfffiorning. Breakfast being discussed, the attention of the visitors was next direoted to the operations of the new steam crane, whose admi rable performance was made the occasion of much observation and remark. At 11 o'clock, & num ber of the most respectable inhabitants of New castle having joined the expedition, the whole party proceeded by rail to the mine, distant from Newcastle 8£ miles. Tho construction...

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Newcastle Police. SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Scott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

TUf tDcnatle JMrrr. 9ATUHUA T. rBefora Mr. Scoit. P.M^ Henry Rouse, Matthew Cobbin, and Charles B. Rancliud were each fined 5s., for suffering cattle to ssray in the public thoroughfares, on the 8th inst. MONDAY. (Before Mr. Scotf, P.M., and Mr. Hannell, J.P.) James Brown, seaman, was ordered to be confined in the lock-up far 7 day--, for being absent from his vessel without leave, on the 9th instant. J.icob Lebstering, seaman, was fined 10), or 48 hours in the lock-up, for being drunk and dis rderly in Hunter-street, on the 9th initant —Colin C'hal wick, seaman, was ulio fined 10j., or 43 hours in the lock-up, for being drunk and diso derly on the market green, on the 9th instant.— William Kdivards, seaman, for being drunk and disorderly in Newcomen street, on the 10th instant, or in default 48 hours in tbe cells.— Jjhu Burnett, tinman, vrai fined 5a. for being drunk in Hunter-btreet, on the 10th instant, or in default 24 hours in the lock-up.— Thomas Heriott, fisherman, was also f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

? ' — * ? : — ^'M Stationery, Books Wrapping Paper, ifi»j|| fTtHE undersigned hnve always on hand, aJ»Jm; ?*? supply of superior stationery, account nojffe wrapping pnper, &c, which they import direct JmBI London, consisting of — ? fm Writing papers, envelopes, wedding and other fuM stationery, surveyors' nnd engineers' -Jrtl'||| papers, tracing papers, and calico ; drawihjrtw tenols, mathematical instruments, CHAKiW', AND NAUTICAL ^STATIONERY, ohM. services, praw^Book^, fondly and poeletbwHi in various bnuflngaf «cUool books and *u|B|, stationery, AsflbiiHis, VoEt/olios,' scrap ^°W^ manifold wteraf coprang presses, c0Vi*m\ books, and' otbjcr requisites, jinisic book« |Sr paper, violin adu violencello strings. |»' W H A P P I N G P A P E H S. Jgj Imperial, bag cap, royal hand, single and donBj demy, double crown, and double small DM. wrapping papers. . . , HK STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED. W BOOKS, PERIODICALS, AND ENGLlffi NEWSPAPERS received by Overland MauYHji delivered to SUBSCR...

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. Di Mondty evening, a meeting of tho general com UHt«e of the Newcastle hospital was held at the . wart-house, for the purpose of electing an acting committee for the present quartor ending third Wed l)«day in April next, the Rev. 13. E. Shaw, vicepre sent, in the chair. Present— Mr. James Hannell, Ircajurcr; Dr. Morgan, surgeon ; Mr. R. H. Tighe, ?tcrctaryj together with tho Messrs. Ash, Williams, Jlghe, Richardson, Rowe, Scully, and Wood, mom Inn of tho gonoral committee. .??iviHirvi hoi iuuu lruui ivuo. ttuiiiiuu v«iiupiiiuii, rnttron of tho hospital, tendering her resignation. Moved by Mr.Williams, seconded by Mr. Tighe— 'That the rosignation of Mn. Hannah Chapman ba Kccptcd at tho end of the present month. Carried. ??Moved 'by Mr. Hannell, seconded by Mr. Ash— That the secretary b» authorised to advertise for a ''Tried couple, as matron and overseer of the New. wilibpipltal.' C.rned. MOV64 by Dr. Morgan, and seconded by Mr.. Blebirdion— 'That the foll...

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SHIPPING ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. . Much 9.— Mimou, and l.ondpn, steamers, from Sydney. Pngon. barque. 240, Booth, froni Sydney. March 11.^ Fay a way, brig, 197, Walker, from Nelson, New Zealand. March 14. — YarraYarra, and New Moon, strainers, from Sydney. March 15.— Grafton, itesmer, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. March 10.— C. P. Lessing, brig, Leasing, for Melbourne' frith 340 tons coal. Gem, ichooner, Dutbie, for Melbourne, with 100 tons coal. March ftr-Mioiosa, steamer, for Port Macquarie. Jai. Pixton, schooner, Daris, for Geelong, with 110 tons coal. March 11.— London, steamer, for Sydney. March 12. — Aihraore, barque, Woollacot, for Hongkong, with 616 tons coal. Harriet Hermitage, barque, Smith, for - Guam, with 250 tori coal. March 13,— Lion, barque, Sinclair, for Sydney, with 100 ton* coal. William Buchanan, barque. Corny, for New Plymouth, N.Z., with 203 tons coal. Yarrow, brig, Scott, for Auckland, N.Z., with 2G0 tons coal. Anne and Mario, brig, Murray, for Melbourne, with 365 tons coal. Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

STEAM1 ,' JA The Ai 1 ^S^v cation C- I jWjgiyS^. Morpet: M C|^^B» until furl TUESDAYS 'lc| / and - i tyy FRIDAYS: ) ! // WEDNESDAYS Y&i/V' Z^ and i/^K?/? SATURDAYS } / Uf 3E0RG! : Newcastle, .'March, 1'i TtfANTUt), to CH\ s]j\ low^ngT^rto-r-i ^jrVCnind AI / ^ Scott i ? Marcff i. 1861. \ ' W 'ANTED, 1© CH a . '?'«' nTANTED, to/CHAi .1 TT 300 tons, JarJ /I/? ourne. For furtw&jpj/V^, Newcastle, 1st CTaym] ^ ? steabi^tS CHE undersigned ^ar / TOWING VESsi| / y Bsonable rates, tfiy. / S For particulars, anpljwf ,/ Scott-strcct. ^^Tj *T : )ATENT SLIP, S|. dersigned isprcpaj / 1 ip (to remain sitfWurw' li hunch the same/for^ yfl/ t ton per diuhaflp duel y/9 Newcastle, Hthjfeptel NOVELTY EX1, kv -marine! ? j fPOST SI ?N EASTE / -l FIRST-C^^y^T ^^' NT l. castle ffyorpSld ' he arrivafof tHl«wo|r/ 1 for the special train ] urther particulars \ii isement. There will' (1 on b-rdnr. ?- i ? \__JTickets, then :h can be obtained,')' ' . ? ? __)/%^ vAA PRINCE^ SATURDAY,'- MINERS' iOSIT...

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THE TRIP TO PORT STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

.THE TRIP TO PORT STEPHENS. JVllDNfi tho visitors to NQWQo§t)e by thp London, pn thp ipornmemorfitiyo opoaBion of t|io VVallsond Poal Oomnapy, there wero severnl who ox pressed fy de(jirp |b yjsit Port Stephens, for the p.urposo ftf ipapbpfipg tjio harbour, of which little is jienp rally fcnqwn beyonil Iuq notoriety' it obtained jjujipg |))p ofForts of Mr. JJodjjoqp and. oureolyep |0 phtoip (or it thp benefit of a ljgb.tb.ouse, on gt^PHRt of it* importance as a harbour of refuge. '$1 WHIt fifrt PfMtf Ml H» Jw&R jlPSM ?.-.?'??..? '?' ? ???/?' .' ' make the trip, but, from prudential motives, this project was ultimately abandoned, and the Tamar, at present here as a tug-boat, was taken Instead. The steamer left the wharf at Newcastle in good time on Sunday morning, aBd the weather being delightfully fine, the trip of about two hours along the coast was most agree able. HaviBg arrived at the heads, the steamer entered tbe harbour, which has a bold and safe entrance. Surveying i...

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THE MORPETH BRANCH RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

THE MORPETH BRANCH RAILWAY. Now that this question has assumed its legiti jnato form and character — that of individuafin (tead of governmental enterprise — wo can most cordially congratulate the promoters, denizens of the three towns, on the spirited and independent attitude) they have taken in relation to this mat ter. There no longer remains any ground of ob jection to it, nor any valid reason why those who ' hitherto havo been inimical to the project should sot now join heartily in wishing complete suc cess to it. and accord to those who have united for so laudable a purpose, all the credit that may attach to so spirited and praiseworthy an ex ample. Now that the parliamentary 'hobbles' hove been removed from tho question, and all prospeot from that source has been abandoned, the projcot — as it deserves — will go ahead, and its promoters derivo all tho satisfaction which - springs from tho existence of a healthy and buoy ant spirit of enterprise, upon which the advance ment of ...

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THE "VREDE" TRAGEDY. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 16 March 1861

THE "VREDE" TRAGEDY. [COMMUNICATED.] RUTHLESS murder in any form has a terrible magnetism for the human mind. The Divine organiser has implanted in men's hearts so deep a detestation for this horrid crime, that, from time immemorial, it was ranked foremost in the hideous catalogue to which it belongs, and though years may elapse between the deed and its per- petrators being brought to justice. Public in- terest and indignation may remain dormant, but is never thoroughly appeased. But when a murder, committed, we may say, at our very doors, is enveloped by circumstances of dark and and tragical mystery, and no apparent effort is made in the proper quarter to bring the assassin or assassins to justice, it is time for the press to raise its mighty voice, and if it cannot sting the guardians of public safety into dutiful activity, it can at least direct men's minds to the amount of protection they can calculate upon, and point out to them the startling truth that a similar doom may poss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 23 March 1861

Sale of Horses At the. S lc Yards, Auckland slrcer, Nowrnitlu, ' On WEDNESDAY, !Jrd APRIL, 18151. JSR. W. II. WIIYTK HAS rec ivudiiistrucUons to sell by n rtion, nt his Yards j^A^Klnn^^lrci'l, oppotito Rjiil way Stntion, IIoujiwnckK^rPoint, on WKDNKS DAY, ,'Jrd AjTril/TOTl iZ/Ko'cloek, v, 20 to :)() lien t or jpful HO ISKS, in good condition, many of which aro broken loiiuliliu und ha now, nnd others handled to lend. Terms nt snip. . 1' 7|O R SAh¥..—TJgi^\^'U\^)^r^C\;V.i\' ' Apply'; Jo JrfbfifosMAjfotffavpo'Hte Post . OIUi'o, WatUstre-^^F^|£rfI-lpTic ^rfons is necessary. Price, moderate. _ '_ TVni^AsfLE~'cuTck'Ef 'UmTb. - A Si-rntoli JLi Match \t»tb be Llottpd^JnVflJiy, be wenii tho Maitlnnd nnd/^lewetWl^Ppi'ket CIiiIh. Wip.kct*\ pitched nt l^Sjfcrficltf n\w NowcnHtli- players int.' part culnrlv rccftieslcd to be on the ground pn lelunlly, Jamp.s C. i'ii,i,iH, Iloiorar*1 Spovptnry. Toothacho Cured in an instant. MR. TCSKEI.iL, Itosidcnt. Surgeon Den tist, of London, MniicliQHtor, Gl...

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