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MACORNA BUTTER AND CHEESE FACTORY, CO., LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

MACORNA BUTTER AND CHEESE FACTORY, CO., LIMITED. ------«------ (I: OUR OWN :I'monTEI!-.) The hailf-yearly gelleral meeting of the above colnimn ny\. was held at I he factory Maieorna, on Friday la:is, 2Su instanl. There was a large nattcndace of slharehlihlers, nearly ell whole of the rliares alien up being represented .illi er in ipersnn or by proxy. 'The clairiman of directors being unavoidally absent,throngh sickness, Mr. .T. S. Angns was voled to tle chair. The toinuites of the previous ginceral imeecting were readl and confirmed. DIi[]E:CTOI;S' It'lPOIRT. Thei chairnma then real the directors' report which ias as follows :-Thei direc tors regret that they are unable to lire sent ai Ialance-sieect slwingil profit, as they nully expectedl tlhat they would have bocn able to do. It is true that we itain tained the high price of milk too lolg, and consequently incurred loss ; but this only in part :ccoiunts for the deficiency which tie b:dalnce-slieo t shows. There has been incompet...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND GERMANY. THE CRETAN DIFFICULTY. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN BILL. THE FIGHTING IN EGYPT. ACCIDENT ON THE THAMES. THE FISHERIES DISPUTE. THE MAYBRICK POISONING CASE. THE MANIFESTO BY GENERAL BOULANGER. THE GERMAN EMPEROR IN ENGLAND. GREAT FIRE IN AMERICA. SIR HENRY LOCH. THE NAVAL MANŒUVRES. THE EGYPTIAN TROUBLES. AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. LONDON, Aug. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

LA TEST CABLEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND GEIlMANY. TH'1E CRETAN DIFFICULTY.. TIHE WEST AUSTRALIAN BILL. THE FIGHTING IN EGYPT. ACCIDENT ON TIlE TIIAMES. THEll FISHERIES DISPUTE. TIIE MAYBRICK POISONING CASE. MANIFES1TO BY GENERAL BOUL AN GRlt. THE GERMAN EMPEROR IN ENGLAND. GREAT FIRE IN AMERICA. SIR HENRY LOCH. (ROM ARGUS AND AGE CORaREPONDENTS. TIlE NAVAL MANEOUVRES. THE EGYPTIAN TROUBLES. AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. LONDON, Aug. 5. The Emperor William of Gernmany,who is at present on a visit to England, was received on his arrival with great cor diality by the Prince of Wales, who is showing him marked attention in his round of visits. The German press is filsome in its praises of the cordiality and ,go I feeling ima:ifested by tha people of England ill connectionrwithl tSleEimperor's visit. The disturbed state of public feeling at Crete has resulted in an outbreak of hostilities at Canea, a seaport town on the northern portion of the island, be tween the inhabitants and the Turkish soldiery. Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

IUIGIIT PROSPEiCTS FOR B lDIGO.--Life to soine would not le worth the living.were it robbed of its ntiptieipations and hopes. When these are not realised, disappointmienit and disglust are geremlly tihe result. Not so if you anticipate, hope for and expect something very good at Manning and Co.'s sale, commencing Satunlay, August 3rnl. for ye who want to buy shall not be disappointed. Call and see salvagegolds recover.al Iromi the wreck of the Cape Verdle. Our prices will astonish you,-[ADVT.] Hlor.owtr's PIrfas. - Indigcetion.-latIa much thought has been bestowed, and what volumninous treatises have been writte.n, upon this universal and distressing disease, which :s withl certainty and afelty distiolled without fear of relapse by a course of this purifying, soathing and tonic medicine. It acts directly on the stomach, li.er and bowels-then in directly, though no less effectively, on tlie brain, nerves, vessels anti glands, introducing suchll order throughout the entire system that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

Tradeo Addrosses. IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. WILSON, WATCIIMAKERI AND JEWELLEIR TAVING Purchased the Business re cently owned by Mr. W. M1. Waddell, together with the whole of the Stock, con siderably below Meibourne \Wholesale Prices, J. W. intends giving the Public of IKeranp and surroundingdistrict GREAT BARGAINS in WATceis, CLOCKS and JEWEILElrY. O'sne at once andl see for yomrselres. Waddell's English LeverWatches .. £3 Waddell's 8-guinea English Levers .. £1/10 Waltham Levers .. .. .. £2/10 Nickel Clocks from 5s; Alarms, Gs; Cot tage Clocks, 5s; 8-day (striking) £12s Gd. Jewellery and E.P. Ware at equally low prices. J.W. intends disposing of the stock regard less of cost. Watches, Clocks and Jewellcry repaired. Country orders will receive prompt and special attention. If you wish to secure bargains call and see the prices. Remember the Address, J. W IL S 0 N (late WAmDEtL) WATCIIMAKIEIR & JtEtv.. ER, Victoria-strce, Ierang. MILLINEIIY & I)DRESSMAKING. MISS HEAL E, T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

0. E. AL BHE 1I1', C.E., CONTRACT &- LICENSED SUIRVEYQOR 131VIL El IN 4 INI~iS L 5now peopared1 to uondertike co rvcy, C L ell de kcriptio.s, I It it t (1 AN 1' 0 _O. 0. W 0 fcesig}hsl ind Pet out. Plans, Spc,;iliatims olad Tctimntes prinpt'y aid cciotiaiillCy suppilcid. E:artlhivork eansured or calculated. vins\IRM STRO (eT, I'i.it aIi GrLBERT CLUJB MOTEL (Late Alqer'a). WVELL~INGTON :iT'ItFRET, EiLIIANG. (PICO1'PEC EflItESS). ('IROICE ' .ig tit sif Eecry ]lD.cril.l.i:'u. 1J 1': ine, A~r-, 1i:i'. cc., of tit, i !eil Granny. Good Ate st~sio iit for Cmv. "tci Travellers snl i.,ji,.r CJlROOEilS, IUl:APEiS, IiRONMTONT.I· rc ýý FiýTItI, nCaOnrvy their I--;t (Imn!;s L') I,~t Litcir many friends :d pLi at-t t1C have favroid ,humr o~il I sir *;v'om ad-r take thit ,p,, riostisy; of i-.fs rs te~ is a thait ticry have reumoved is thlir NEW & COMMI11,OlIOUS l'ItEMIa1SEE, (Yost. lear to titb-ir o .t s't0.) 'IlIvy also leseto fi inler (Laze t h~l. iii sldi:i:: ti Ilair alrce s5:o...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

ENTERTAINMENT AT TRAGOWEL. [BY OUR OWN RI.POI:TI!:.. A dramatic onterltinmnent was given on \Wrednlesdlvay ovOlninll, last, hy1)A sltl usbor of 16cal minateurs, at the Tragowel Cheese Factory. The programme commenced with an overture on the organ by Mr. T. Simpson, of Macorna. - Then followed a song, "The Charge of the Six Hundred," by Mr. Simpson, which was given very creditably. The next item on the pro granmme was an act from " The Rivals," performied by Messrs. D. Nicholson and R. C. 3M'Dougll, in the characters of Sir Anthony Absolute and Captain Absolute respectively, Mr. Nicholson's rendering of the cranky tempered old knighb being quite above the usual amateur standard. Mr. I'Dongall, as the captain, also took his part well. This was followed by an excellent recitation by Mr. L. Donglas. A duet, by Mrs. Cluff and Miss Hall, was v'ery nicely rendered, the voices harmno nising beautifully. An act from " The School for Scandal" was lien given, Miss Andrews :Lad Mr. D. Nicholson...

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TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

TJ:NDEns.- Tenders are invited for the pti'chtaso of tlio sttck-in trade in; the -ssignd estate of James Jorgensno. Par ticulars are given elsewhere.

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KERANG DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

KERANG- DISTRICT AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. --------~ - A. mioating of the above society was held on Wednesday last. There were present -Moessrs. W. .T. W. Pa:leihe (presildent), A. 1). Bell (vice-president), Intlherforn1, I)rake, [I'UIale, M'Intosh, Turner, Jones, O')onnell, ?urphly, Davey and Alamls (secretary). The minutes of the previcus mieeting were read and conirnued. COIL:ESI'ONDEINCE.I Frozm m:urnger Kooindrook tramway, in answero to society's application for a special train to he run on show day, stat ing that two trains would run each way; eonclosing time-t ble, anl asking if it would be suitable. ieceivoed, and timte lable approved. 1~rol manager Bank of Victoria, Ke rang, stating that lie had applied for the date on which the show was to be held to be proclaimed a bank holil;day. Rleceived. The secretary was instructed to write to the managers of the banks at Swan Hll, Pyramid Hill and B3oort, requesting themn to have the day proclained cl bank holidty at their respective t...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

Pu blished Tuesdays. and, Fridays: \WITH wIlKl?isT SUPP'LI.TINT. I'IID.l 37, A.UGUST7' 9T, ISSO. lfasouxc.-At the usual monthly meeting of the eranug Lodge of Free masons, No. 101, V.C., held on Wed nesday evening last, Bro. D). HIaw tlhore was elected to the position of VW.[1. for the ensuing year. The in stallation ceremony will take place on Wednesday, September 4th, and will be followed by a Masonic hall in the Mechanics' institute. It is anticipated that the M[.W. Grand Master, Bro. Sir W. J. Clarke, with the Grand ,Lodge ollicers, will attend. The con secration of the newly-formed Murray Lodge at Swan Hill has been arranged to take place on Wednesday next, 14th inst., after which B]ro. Henry Newman will he installed as the first W.M. The Worshlipfil Master of the Kerang Lodge, with his officers and a number of the brethren, will be present, and a large gathering of prominent masons firom other centres is expected. DisaPrrOINTsENT.--A Iar-tge congrega Lion g-athered at thoe Bap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

Trado Addrossos. M1E WH()LESALE CLOTHING CO. 7d cYdt ld. TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE. and FANOY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE anl FANOY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOU 4 STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. SIHE Assortment of SPRING an SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (lo order),-12a Gd.-- .: ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Montlas. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man gor. E. M COOK, COLONIAL WINE SIAD ES If youn want a cool drink come to The Shades. I M. Co*k. having recently visited the . vineyards at Sandhurst, Yanudoit and Alhinry, seletel a large stock of FIIiT-OrLASS COLONIAL WINES, and i6 offering them at PRICF WHICII DXFF CJMIrPETITION. COOL SUIMMER DRINKS ALWAYS KEPT. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. GOOD STABLING. Agent for HEPBURN INE...

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

6SA\ HIUlIS'T rAT.L'TLI.MAItKE'1. Tt.ersday. Messrs. it. O'Neill alld Co. report: Cattle.-42.i fat. t101 stores, and 71 calves yarded for this week's supply. Quality, nmedium to lprilut' beef. 'IThere was a full at teudanoce of the trade, but the market was withorut :niriaititlo. and fltr tulrate It rourgh ouutthe day, hilt iuproved aIts sales pro ccreded, otn the 5whohl aeraging higher prices than last weOek. We quote :- est Idtloclk.. .C! tio 11 10. ; odd bheasts, to .12 is ; medliiun..Ci 10:; to .C8 ; cows, C5 to C7 10. ; atnl . have sold eightt blilocks and four cows; for 'r. .iro. Krogh, trllolks averatg ing lC 10, :lnl co\s,, £7 ts; a?il snldty lots for leshsre. Flaherty, Sullivan and others. C(talves.-7i penned, Ihest isakling -1 is; othere.s.5i0s to t rz. .Shtep..-O-S2:, lrostrly interior +,l ,r t ,lino mruttolla . wittl : a lew stores. 'rther- wstolry t llnr r mlnderate at tendaine?ri of Iuevrse, anrid ries were slightly under last week's rates, We lquote :-Cross Ibred weth...

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MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 August 1889

MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRIES. An enquiry touching the death of the man Brook, whose body was found in the Racecourse Lake on Monday last as stated in our previous issue, was held at Scantleton's Lake Charm Hotel on Tues- day, before Mr. W. J. W. Patchell, J.P.,   when the following evidence was adduced. Jno. Asmussen, sworn, said he was a farmer residing at Bael Bael. He had seen the body and recognised it as that of John B. Brook, whom he had last seen about 4 p.m. on Saturday last. The deceased had been working on his (witness') selection since May last rabbit- ting, under the Goverment rabbit inspec- tor, Mr. Dudley, but had been dismissed from that employment since last Wednes- day, and seemed to take it to heart very much. The deceased asked him (witness) to drive him to Lake Charm where he said he would be cared for, stating that he was suffering from palpitation of the heart. Witness drove him over as re- quested and left him about 4 p.m. He (wit- ness) did not know whe...

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DUTIES ONTOCK AND CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

DUTIES ON TOCK AND CEREALS. A leeting of o?l. 1:50 persons was held in Ithe South llourne Town Hall on Mon day. 5th inst, I? the purpose of protesting againsl., the att pt of the country party of tne Eegislativ Assembly to reverse the decision of the untry at the late general elcl.ion by clatrring for heavy duties on the food suppil f the people. Mr. J. W. Swindley p]resd. Mr. Ienry Thomas moved--"Thati thle question of increasing the stock and l in taxes, or leaving them in staint quo, t one of the principal issues at. the last gen I election, and as a large majority of reprsentatives were returned to the Legislative .seembly pledged to oppose any increase ti those taxes as unfair and impolitic, this tting is of opinion that the action of the ' ntry party' in attempting to reverse the dsion of the electors by endeavoring t infunence the Government and Parliamen o increase those ta::es and levy heavy inollts on butter, cheese, eggs, and fruit, is 'ty unfair to the thousands of toile...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

STATE OF TUE I1IVEES. TViOiUT AE:OVE SflMEiI LrvEVL. tEY TELEGILEGEAIL.] .Mondaiy. lichttca .. .. 0, 11' Swan 11111 1.3 2 Seyour ,0 " IIUI.EIGI3IIOpi. 1Vagg ". . 4i Iay. .7 G. lfalrEInld 15. ,8 Menindih 25 7 cnniortll .8 2 1 \Vilcannia 28',11"

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EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. The usual monthly meeting of the above Board was held at the Court-hnose, INerang, on Friday last. Present Messrs. H[ogan (chairman), Ingrani and Noble. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirlled. The outward correspondence was ap proved. CO ItH'Lq OS I'L?C E. From Secretary for L:ands, acknow ledgiun receipt of newspaper report of proceedings at meeting of the board on July 11th. Received. Frou valme. stating that complaints had been made to the department of the infested state of mallee allotments 90 and 01, countv of Tatchera,and requesting that immediate action be taken to enlforce performance of the vermin destruction covenant. Received. To be informed that the matter was being attended to. From sa:nc, intimating that Mr. Richard Simpson, lessee of ianllce allot menet 55, county of Tatchera, had made application for leave to abandon same, and that it was the intention of the department to have lease revoked and land made available. lRecei...

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THE COXON CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

Tim CCoxo$, CasE At th Sntllle lursti Supreme Conrt, on Friday, the case of Thomas. \WV. Coxiin,,for emelozzling7 nett tin cheques froth hins emilovnyr, .nLjcphero"n. tind Co.,. was w ' ciuatinlld.' The jultdge slnleorl nup against the pirisoner, tand the jnry, after a long dlelileratimli, rtumrnedl in court with a verdict of not guilty on the £95 charge; hzniuti f olnY illh other two cha:rges involriinig- . 14 anld .£3. The fourth cli:t'o . n s wvithdi.t?hw.' The aiccsed was sentenced to live yeIlrs'. lhard htlior.t Accorhihit tti tihe Bhuliuo . drer: Itser the severehity of the sentince caused ?i sensation Ihronghont the city. , F irsAxl TNti.-. ?["i?. Ti ;ltotpslni nIoti ties elscewhere that if tll accounts owing . to hilt are hot p:iaid'l the 17tlh inst.; legadl p)r ccelingst:wilt le ttken toi Tcover' mS .' 'THlE IiECENT ELEpC'TIo.-'In mnother coltumi Messrs. lHorefall and Allen return thtaiuia it tliec,eletCfr wlit votel for then, at: the reicuti ch"etionu fortile West Lothln R...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

FOOTBALL. (Iv IIIC.H ICIRI..) The third match for the Leopold Cop, between the Keran'. limperials and the iKlerang Rovers' sva- contested on Satnr day at Kerang, anod a very good game re sulted in a win ft the Imperials. There was a slight breCze blowing across the ground from the west, and the play for most of the tinme was all on the cast w in. .Tas. O'Donnell (captain of the Imps.) won te tle toss, and elected to kick towards the south goal. Axel Westhlade (the captdin of the ov'ers), who had the kick off, set the ball rolling at about half past i; o'clock. It was then sent back by the lmtps., and kept down on the lower side of the east wing for some time. The Rovers then, by "a lit of good play on the part of O'Dwyer, broiught it back, and I)eacon. who got hold of the leather, had a shot for go:al, but only scored a behind. Zschech slarted the Iball again, and, by a good kick, sent it a long way down on the cast witng, but the wind carried it out of hounds. Otn being thrown in a...

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MINSTREL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

MINSTREL ENTERTAINMENT. The KIerang Crows, the recently formed local amateur minstrel club, made their first appearanco in public on Friday evennlg list, at the ieclhanics' Institute, before one of the largest audiences seen within the walls of that building for several ye'rs. Sonii timeCbefore 8o'clock every seat was occupied, and when the curtain rose there was not even standing room. The entertainment, which was ill aid of the finds of the Kerang Fire Blrigade, opened with the usual circle. Mr. A. Lord, was interlocutor, the comic business being in the hands of iMessrs. 1'. Arnoldt and C. ])owling, bonesand tambo respectively, the jokes of the two latter, the originality of which was a pleasing fea ture, keeping the audience in excellent 'hlnulor. After the overture, " On the Wing," Mr. G. Kirkhy contribulmted with good oflect the bailld:, "There's no one Like Mother," and Mr. P'. Arnoldt fol lowed with the comic niiIber, " Love," for which lie was deservedly applauded. Mr. WV. M...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET IN ENGLAND. THE NAVAL MAN[?]UVRES. THE MAYBRICK POISONING CASE. THE GERMAN EMPEROR. THE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN ENGLAND. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN BILL. MR. H. M. STANLEY'S EXPEDITION. SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. ACCIDENT TO SEARLE. THE SITUATION IN CRETE. SANITATION IN VICTORIA. THE IRISH QUESTION. LONDON, Aug. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET IN ENGLAN I). THE NAVAL 3I.\N(EUVIl.:S. TIIE MAYURICK POISONING CASE. THU GEEMAN EMIEROI? :. TUE NEW GOVE:NORI OF VICTORIA. i)ISCOVERY OF n0LD. IN ENGi, ND. THE WEST AUST'rALIAN l:ILL. M111. I. M1. STANLEY'S EXPEDITION. :SCENE IN THIE HOUSE OF' COMMIONS. ACCIDENT TO SEARLE. TIE SITUATION IN CRIETE. SANITATION IN VICTORIA. TIE I:ISII QUESTION. (FROM1 ARGUS AND AGE COIitE:il'PONDENTS. LoxsoN. AGE11. 7. The cricket nrMtch between Surrey and Nottingham was. concllded to-day, andl resulted in a victory for the forinler by 1:4.l runs. Previous to this defe:it Notling. haim ih:l won all tlie eight icounty maltches \which it h:ld pllhiy this 1 , TlIo lhritirhfloot, which assoinlidd nl S" l Zlirtlng liii hesrlts a: week's sa.iling ' drill. They will afterwards reacssemlle for tlie naval inllmanuevres. Tho trial of Mrs. lMaybrick for thie murder of her hushandl. :Mr. .Tanlle May- „ brick, merchant, of Liverpool. by lad liinistering to him arsenic oblained fromnt Ily...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

,, CORRESPONDENCE. fC.,in cnthm it ntlcnt for insertinn in tU1d1 coln rmn 'hlidml b nd1drflel . to thn . Il Iitnr. 'ilo note and udl n~llro.- of tlro writ- mos11t i)ý 'iltl· nn nee-: alrilr for imllllention. not as a Ellnantfce of good fditl, While weac:i ll ttntgla, to, r .0,000' nnoC publis oolo. i.Oo i Ioe. i ooing nit mitlit of latitude dF clri.r::.t aritn tim nl!.lr of jnnntaliem. we do ant Ito l11,1· ,llr;lrei reslpnllxilll far any opiniatta clt rcatsttil.]

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