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THE LATE DUST STORM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

THE LATH DUST STORM. to Tire EDiTon or tub nowiuij kiieis unisss. Sirti—Ibcilovoyoumay with confulancoinsorfc thin impression or mine, vis;., thafcyosfcorday's atoi'in and duat was fclio result of aiv oartli quaUo or volcano noli fur away in tlio wcsl., ami that wo sliall noon lioar of tlio particu lars. Tlio splondid Biinsol colors this ovon* lug aro most likoly tlio soquol llioreto, OUTLOOK. Doc. 'I, 188d, ■ ' A ..vigorous old follow who had lately-bur-. iocl his fourth wifo wftH nccoatod by an: ac quaiiitanco, who, iiiiawnro of his bereave ment, asked: " IIow is your wife, civp'n '?'' To this tho captaiii(i'opllecl with a perfectly fjnivo iiico,..." Well to toll tho trewoth, out of wives jqst iio\y." i

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UPPER MITTAGONG V. KANGALOON TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

UPPER M1TTAG0NG v. KANGALOON TO TUB EDITOn OF Till! noWIUh PIlKt! 1'IIEM, Sin,—In your account of tlio cvickol. match bohvoon Upper Mittagong and Kiingiiloou tlioro lias boon u mistake, mada which quite revorsos tlio trno stato of fclio game.. II- wns Upper Mittagong who won tlio match by 3 runs, and not. Kungnloon as printed. Tli'o ficoro of olio of tlio Uppor Miltagong players, II. Shipman, was 10 runs in the 1st innings, and not 1; thus bringing the total of Upper Mir.tn.gong to 25;rnns in (Jmt innings instoud of 10. Pleaso luiiko tlio correction iu your first edition and oblige, Yours truly, UJ.TKR MITTAOONG, [Tho mistftko was not. oars, as tho figuvoB fiu-nishoil by oitr infonimiifc wore tlio sumo us tlioso printed.-—Eil. B. F. P.]

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

UEItKENT EVENTS. 4 Btriko h«8 oconrod (it tlio Lithgow pollory, Tlio Albury Racing Club hi\s a credit biilanoo ol £159. Tho English lSlovon clofimt.nl twoiity-twp of tho Chironco tHatriot by ctighl \yiukct8, The annual oonsnmptioiuof augur in England id GSlbs, per ljead of thq wljolo population. _ Tlio nnlivcB o[ Now fliiinoa say tlmt tlio flavour ot * pig is nothing to bo compared to human Um)i. Mr. J. A. Froudo, tho eminent historian, wilj Joavo on his projected vi«it to Australia to-day, Dr. Barry oonsiders sin, ignorance, and practical ungodliness gran tar evils than avowed infidelity. A oonoerl and banquet woro givon, in li'iunro! tho English crickotors hist Monday night at Grafton. Tho Tlon. W. Swiuison, tho first attornoy-goneral under representative government in Now Zealand, 114 dead. In consoqnonco of tho sinall-pnx cpitloimo tlio Crowii-a.trcat' luibliu school has boon close.! foe a period. Two lads, aged olovon mid twolvo yours rospmt tivoly, word drowned whilst bathing ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

A correspondent of the Melbourne Argus received tbe following anagram from a zea lous Conservative, by the last mail from London. It may amuse some of our read ers who have the little patience necessary to work it out— THE RIGHT HONOUR 4 5 6, 36 1 10 8 19 12 IS S3 21 37 20 ABLE WILLIAM E W A R T 2 16 8817 7 9 U 152218 3 39 11 212523 GLADSTONE. 30 31 32 34 35 26 27 29 28

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

DAVID MOFFITT, Auotioncor, Land and Insuranco Agont, ROBERTSON, 102 J.G.MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insuvanco Agont, ito., &o., Opposilo Railway Station, BOWRAL. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctionoor, Land, Es^to, and' Goucral Commission Agent, MOSS VALE, Agont for Victoria Fire Insurance Company. JOHN WRIGHT, : Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent. All transactions in tlio abovo lino will rcceive tlio groatcst oaro and attention. 'Address— MEDICAL IIALL, NATTAI. BOWRAL BRICK COMPANY, rpiIE nbovo Company has for Salo (Irst-elass JL BRICKS in any quantity. Tho usual discour allowod tor Cash. 295 0. GliOVE, Manager. FOR SALE, SAWN TIMBER. Stringy Baric, Box, and Blue Gum. Tlio boat and cheapest in tlio district Loaded on Trucks at Hill Top. For particulars apply to J. J. HUANE, Mittiigong or Kftttai. J. JACOBIE, practical Cutter and Tailor, BO WEAL. Largo selection of Twcods to chooso from. Thumb Suuorr.Y Casii. . MO C. PRIOR. Saddler and' Harness Makov, Bong Bong-street (near tho ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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FAILING SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

FAILING, SIGJllS v.' v,V- : y.-—it- :v "T1!!v, Lancet vomurks that thoro is good, reason to believo, that chicory (largely used v/iLli coffee), from it a naroo.tio character, exerts im. injurious olfeot on tl;o nervous system. So. couviuccd of ib.is is Professor Beor, of Vienna,a most colobratocl German oculist, that ho has enumerated chicoried coffee among the causes ofamourotic blind ness; For loss of sight by ago, necessita ting the usq of magnifying glasses, it is con sidered tin excollent plan to pass the lingers or a towel from the outer corner of the eyes inwardly, abovo and below- the eyeballs, pressing.very gently against thorn. This rounds thorn up, and tonds to.preserve and restore the sight, It is said that many persons by this means have preserved their sight so as to read line print at eighty years of age, havo restored their sight and been able to dispenso with glasses, and have sjnee preserved it by a continuance of the practice. To bo safe or successful, tho prac ti...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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A JEWISH RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT IN BESSARABIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

A JEWISH ltELIGIOUS MOVEMENT li\T IJESSAJtABIA, Tab following lotter appeared iu tbo London Thjies. of August 28rd last.:— Sir,—Tlio publication of tbo following facts will, I think, bo of general interest, since they reveal a .-state of things which is porbaps without a parallel in the history of the Jewish people. The author of this South Russian Bossarabian movement is a lawyov named Joseph Enbinowitz, a man who is respected far and near by his compa triots, and who has for a long time boon endeavouring to ameliorate the condition and to raise the culture of his people. During the time of that persecution in South Russia in 1882', which tbo Times. newspaper so forcibly brough.t before the British public, lie was zealously advocating the repopulation. of the Holy Land. In order to discover ways and means for this, he set out himself to Palestine, and from, the time of his return there commenced a comploto revolution of li'is religious convic tions. These convictions, arc based on ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facts, Fun, and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

Pacts, Fun, and Fancy. 9. Why is a dishonest bankrupt like an honest poor man ?—Because bolli fail to got rich. 10. Why is a selfish friend like the letter P ?—Becauso the first in pity, he is the last in help. 11.—Why is a man who can't learn by experience like a lanrol ?—Because it is an evergreen. 12.—-What must you do to a tea table to moke it fit to eat ?—Take away the T; it becomes eatable.' What is tho difference between an auction and sea-sickness ?—tho one is salo of effects, and the other offects of a sail. " Haa tho jury agrood ?" asked the judge of a sheriff, whom he met on tho stairs, with a bucket in his hand. " Yes" repliud Pathrick, •,«? they have agreed, to' send out for half a gallon." "Yes," said an old gentleman, thought fully, after gazing some time at the skele ton of a donkey, and wondering at the struc ture of that dospised animal,we'are fear fully and womlfiilly made." " Do you think I would make a very attractive angel ?" said a dude with very large cars to...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY. Tim Oornisfynan lias rocoivGc] froir( (\ qorres poiiHoiit, ti XjOucIdii merchant ill t)io tin trade, ft narrativo of a murder allegod to luivo boon committed in tho locality, the narrator professing to liuvo remained silont under a fearful oath imposed on him at tlio timo of the perpetration of the deed, soino 00 years since. -i\iu writer, who signs him self G. H. 0.," and writos from Penzaueo, declares hjmself \yining to indieato tlio spqt wlioro the ba(}y of tlio mut'doi'cd man was buriod. JTavjng rejatpd ho\y l\o \yas ao costod in crossing a, bejith Jiite on a mo.on light night by two it|on who mistook him ' for another person, and how a fe\y minutes lutei! lie mot and partod with a mining cap-. ] tain, bearing (\ strong rosemblancp; to liim splf, wl\o, assured him that suspicions o.f ill tqwhrds him.which Jiad been awakened in h^su^ind \vliore wholly unfounded, tho cor respondent describes " how, while in, a state of-extreme norvoii.s tremor, ho shortly a...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMANCE AND REALITY; OR SENSE AND SENTIMENT. CPAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

ROMANCE AND REALITY i OR SENSE AND! SENTIMENT, CPAPTER VI. Mrs. Parton, ,such was tho name of the landlady with whom Maud was staying, usually accompanied her in her walks. One evening, however,, the gopd \ady not feeling well, Maud insisted upon going alone. " Nobody will run away with me, my dear Mrs. Parton," she said,, laughing; and I am quite old enough to take care of myself.'1 " Well, dear, it is'true that there are not many people in Keswick yot,.our season will not begin for another three weeks, at least. Iii the old days, before they brought the rail way to us, Keswick was very select, all, tho riff raff kept at Windermere, but there; the Goths, as, my husband calls them,, have not descended upon us yet., Bu,t keep to the ■ beaten track,, don't got in the wilds, and you'll be safe enough, I daresay." So Maud put a favourite volume, in her pocket, and strolled away towards the lake, taking the shady road. leading to Lo-. dore. ' It was the first walk she had taken alone sin...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

'\17"ANTED nt once a Good General SERVANT. 1V Apply to Mrs. A. P. Duprez, Bowral. 443 PRIZE STORY for FREE PRESS. "YTTITH a view of promoting and encouraging ' V literature in the district, and from a desire to improve our journal by the publication of original articles, wo lmve decided to offer a prize of two guineas for the best original Australian Christmas Story for publication in the Bowral Free l'ress, to commence on Saturday, 20tli December. Competi tors will please observe the following rules:— 1. The tale must not exceed in length twelve ordi nary nowspapcr columns, and must be written only on one side of tbo paper. '2, AH contributions to become the property of tlio proprietors. • !}; The proprietors reserve the right to publish the second best story on payment to the writer of litilf a guinea. . ' 4. Competitors must forward their contributions, i to the undoxvsigned not later that December MO.' Tho i first instalment of the prize story to appear in Free Press of Saturday...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ABSORBENT PROPERTIES OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

ABSORBENT PROPERTIES OF MILK. Dk. }3ouo.iu., of Glasgow, recently madc\ some interesting oxporiinonts for the, pur'-... poso of determining the behaviour of milk towards difYoioiit volatile substances byway of absorption, with speoial reforenco to its liability to convoy the olomonta; of'infection by whjch typhoid fovor and various other diseases are communicated. The following is a summary of his results, which wo quoto from th b Sanitarian , '( Putting this mattor to thp topt, ho en closed in a,jay a portion of ccrtaiu substan ocs 'Riving off emanations, together \yitli a uniform quantity of milk, for a period of eight hours. At fhu ond of th(\fc time a samplo of milk was drawn by. moans of a pipetto from the lowest stratum, of the ves sel exposed'"in the iar; ivnd, ^qtiug froiu'-lir. DougaH's paper, \yo And that the following were the results of his, experi ments Smell in pill:. Coal Rtvs distinct. 2.' l'avnriino oil'..'.. strong.. 3. Turiinntina voryKtrong. 4'. Oniona very stron...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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The Bowral Free Press. Do as adversaries do in late, Strive mightily, but eat and drink as friends. Saturday, December 6, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

% muni I Jfrco ^Ivcss. Do as adversaries do in hue, ■ Strive mightily, hit eat and drink as friends. • Saturday, December 6, 1884, Tiie metropolitan press is highly indignant to fiud that Mr. Ezekiel Baker 1ms resumed Lis old place amongst the rulers of the. lauc^. Eighteen months ngo the honourable mem ber for Carcoarwas expellod from the As sembly for nefarious conduct in connection with ft government trustee-ship hq held with three others. -With the connivance of theso . ;■ conferers in this business he appropriated the sum of £14p0 of the £17,000, and for ■ : this; breach of honour lie was deemed un ' - worthy of a seat in the house. Howover, liis transgressions have been condoned and he is ngaiu in his old familiar place, much : to the disgust of- raged moralists and sena tors sans pour, sans reprocha. And after all, > = if this colony were over strict in their do . nrnud oufthe iutegrity and untarnished re putations of thoir law makers, how many •would be left in the assemb...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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A DISTRICT CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

A DISTRICT CATECHISM. [By Visncs.] " Tljcro's nothing in it, don't yon sec ? To moil it vhtil ii tint you'd .be ! " " I'll rend it, sir, Until I iiiul It really can't iiuprovb tlio mind." ■' ;. Modern 1'oem. 27. How high tip you say Bowral is above Sydney?—2171 foot. ' 28. Aiid can't mosquitoes climb Unit high ?— Not without very , groat, .difficulty, unless they could 'manage to get a lift iii the (rain. 29, Could tboy n^anagq that?.—I thiuk tlioy could if sqino patriotic Sydney gent represented their caso before the commis-1 sioner for railways. Even David Buchanan would not kick up a row about tlio coinmis: sionor giving frce-paasps to such individuals. 80. But wouldn'tBpwrul people suffer?—r They might a litllo at first; but you see, thero would bo such hostility between the Bowral ilies and tlio Sydney ir\osquitoos that the mosquitoes would mako their'escape for Sydney again, aud get lost iu the Mittagong scrub. ' 3,1. That would b,c a grand finish, wouldn't it?.—Capital, if it...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SICKNESS IN BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

SICKNESS m BOWRAL Dn. "W-. G. TayiiER, in a letter to the Nepean Times, makes some timely remarks concern ing cleanhness.gjBneraliy as a means of pre venting the spread of disease. -We strongly advise onr readersto peruse his letter, which is as follows r. ' " ' Sir,—Tho importance,of the subject must bo my plea for. encroaching on' yqpr space, vis,, the neoes city. of the'residents taking prompt measures to re: frp^ thoir houses r>nd< premises anything of an offensivo character, 01; likely to generate! tjjse.isc, and to use such precautions as are reqim'cd, ''j.Pre vention being better than curd."'' " .■ Ear the last four months, scarlet foyer has shown itselfoccasionally, hut till livtelyina. mild foian; Oia the break up of the drought and- the. advent.of the \vnrm weather, it. has spread, ending in several cases fatally, assuming a typhoid character, and which may be mainly attributable to inaction in mat ters of hygiene. It is therefore eseential qveiy house holder...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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THE MIGNONETTE DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

THE MIGNONETTE DISASTER., We. learn from the English papers that a stone to the memory of ilichard Parker, the victim of the Mignonotto disaster, is to bo erected iu Pear Tree Green churchyard, Southhampton. The inscription agreed upou will notify the name and ago of the deceased, and will state tlmt ho died at sea on July 25, 1881, after 10 days of terrible sufferings in nil opon boat in tlio tropica, after being wrecked ill tlio Mignonette. The stone will also bear the tost from Job, " Though. Hp slay me yet will I trust in Him,"- suggested by the vicar, and, by re quest of the poor lad's friend*, tlio piayer of the martyr Stophen. " Lord, lay not this sin to their charge." There will also be a memory portrait inserted.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

LETTS'S DIARIES FOR 1885, ON SALE at tho Free Pess Book and Stationary. Depot, Bowral, from Is. !)d. upwards.. WOOD-PRESERVING OIL. And Kerosene Tab, Wholesale. J. J. RTJANE, Stores, Nattai'. NOTICE, AS I have commenced tho contraot of* (ho Public Sohool at MOSS VALE, I find that I must remove there until tho contract ib completed: . ■ During m.v temporary absence, from: Bowral, all orders for FUNERALS, Ac., can bo loft at tho Free. Press oflice,. and will have tho same it»mediato attention. Wm. ALLERDIGE; Undertaker, &o. II J; BRADSTOCK, Chronometer Watcii and Clock Maker, Opposito'Hallway Station, : MOSS YAL15. HJ. B. will visit Bowral every- Tuesday, and' . may bo seen at Mr; Jacohio's Tailor's Shop. Odors left there during the week will receive atten tion. 321 A. RITTER, Pat^SEH, CrlUJNEU, Degorater, (to., &c., Argxlorsl.j.ee\MOSS; YALE; and.Bojig Bong-streot, UOU'KAT,. Paperhaugings, Oils, Viirnishos, Bolora,.ifco., &c.. Always on hand.. Ml orders prompt...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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OUR OWN SISTER AND SOME ONE ELSE'S SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

[)UR OWN SISTER AND SOME ONE . ELSE'S SISTER. Many young men nro always very ready to accept invitations to other people's bome circles, They aro very much moro atton tivo to other people's sisters tlmu tbeir own I A young man should bo found in his homo, ftud spend sufficient timo tbero for bis in fluence to toll upon the family and for him to•cnltivato nmiily dispositions tlmt will bo a blossing to him in yoars to como. Many young men aro liko crows ; they como back to their nests to roost, and at dawn of day they basto to other fields. Young men, don't wasto your strength and your ijifhionco and brains in anybody's com pany when you ought to be in your own family circlo, with your father and mother. I think it is a duty and obligation that you should bo attentive to tho requirements and needs of your sisters. Why not sometimes tako yonr sistor out ?• Take faor for a walk ? Why not sometimes take her- to a concert ?> Why not somotjmos bring home presents and givo tliom to her ?...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS l'HOM SYDNEY TO TIIG COUNTRY. Mail Tiiain leaves Sydney clftily, bniHiaysoxcopw-u, lit 8 p.m.! Mittagong, daily, Mondays excepted, at 12.30 a.m.; Bowral, 12.88 ; and Moss. Yale, I-.jO. .Pabbrnghu Tiiain loaves Sydney daily, Sundays ex cepted, at 9 a.m.; Mittagong, 1-25 p.m.; Bowral, 1.35) Moss Vale, 1.47. OP TRAINS FROM TIIE OOONTHY TO SYDNEY. Mail Tiiain leaves Goulburn daily at 1.10 a.m.; Mobs Vale, 2.55; Bowral, 3.7; Mittagong, 3.25 j arrives in Sydney at 0.40. Pabsbnoeb thain leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays excepted, at 11 a.m.; Moss Yale,.12.50 p-m./, Bow ral, 1.12 i Mittagong, 1.45; arrives in Sydney at 5.20. A passenger train leaves Mobs Valo every morn ing. Sundays oxeepted, at 7.15; Bowral at 7.30; ar rives in Sydney at 11.30; returns from Sydney every evening, Sundays excepted, at 5.8,' reaching Bowral «t 9.18 and Moss Valo at 9.40. 1 The tourist train leaves Sydnoy overy Saturday at 8.30 a.m., and arrives at Mittagong at 12, Bowral ait 12.18...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 6 December 1884

THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS js ptiblisbod ovory SATURDAY MORNING, SunBOiin'TtpNB;— Silicon Shillings (lGn)nycnr; or 4a per quarter pf threo months, payable in advanco. If booked, £1 •v nor your, or 5s ,< periiuartor, Quarlora end March '*'* pi, Juno 00, Soptci'vijjr {10, December 81, at whiah porioda only ciin Bubsprilioys decline, by giving a week's notice in writing direct to the oflico, and paying to tlio end of tho tbpn running quarter. AnvBRTisiNQ Advertisements aro charged for at tho following rate cach insertion Sixpence per lino up to five Jinps; .one inch, 8s; every additional inch, Is (id; with a :eduction of ano-fourUi tor thirteen coiieecu tivp ifiscrtiops, and of ono-third for twenty-six insertions, Announcements of Births, Marriages, find Deaths; 2a Od each. No qcJyertispijieijt booked under Is. Gd. Advertiaoi|icnta wont to tho ofiico without notifying {lio {lumber of inRCirtions will bo continued atndver jiseip1 post nptil fin order is received to Htop. . Any per...

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