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Select poetry. BE A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

(Sdfct |9octi*g. BE A WOMAN. Bu a wonian, n woman, true hcnrlr»d «n»l brnvc ; ? Mo one of, lbfl brightest of gills Got! .gave ; Not locVaflnisfcBl, iillc, or vain, But a woman to grapple with sorrow and pain. Be a woman of smile, nnt n woman of )rnr.=, ho a woman of hope, nut a woman or mars ; Be a w.iraan of joy, when mjiiow assail, lie a Lelp, not a oli^r, when luhfurluncs prevail. Never mind if mistnkcs yonr life-phth will throng ; Never mind a few jiiltn, as you journey nl»ng ; Be true to ymireelf, be true to your fi. id ;._ Bo strong, nut a weak and helpless cloil. Be a companion in all womanly love; I^et not the world your integrity move ; Be a hume-joy, be real, be the best thai you enn ; Oh I be what Goil made you — ' A helpmeet for tnau. There are throngs of women the world never knew ; But the worM \b the better for the little they do ; There are throngs of women, whom to know is to love, ..Whose worth, their dear lore of duty will prove.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ? w The ordinary mpetir.g of (he Council was held At the Court House on Tuesday evening lust, present :— Tue 'Mayor, Aldermen Fugan, Warner, Clarke, und O.illf.n. The minutes of the previous meeting were rea-il and confirmed. the Comineicial Bunk to the credit of the Council was £36 10a fid. In addition to this n sura of £196 would bo received fiora the Government in a few days. Aldeunan Warner moved, and Alderman Clark seconded ' That the following accounts liejiaaned fov payn\eut: — J. Goivingi',, erect ing nligiumout posts, HA 10s. Sd. J. Haw kitifi, Int'our (iccounf, £5 5* ,9J.' Carried. Tlio Clerk luid or* the laLIe the Valuntor^ Report of (he amount of rateable property within the Municipality, xhowing an in creasaof£123 over tiie last year. The re jioi't was contddered, and, on the motion of Alderman Warner, seconded by Alderman Clark, was adopted. Alderman Warner moved, and Aldeimnn CaDen seconded, ' That b rate of Is. in the £ be levied for the current ye...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

~' llAILWAY TIME TABLE. ? 1M-WK TEAINS. * Leave. Pabs. iGoocs MixEDJGooua Mail a. a. h. m ii. m n. m. i. si ii. m a.m. ».tu. ».in. p.m. Sydney ? ,90 80 p.m. , *?*»? B«thurst ? 5 40 0 30 11 0 9 0 3 30 Back Ureek ... .« 40 7 00 ? 10 40 4 26 * p.tn. BUyney ? 7 6 8 60 1 5 1120-VJ63 Spring Urove .. 7 26 9 16 ? 6 IS Spriuf HM .. 7 38 9 30 1*5 12 20 5 22 Orange (arrive) 8 0 10 6 2 in 12 SO C- 45 %VeHingtou ... 0 2ft 8 10 Dubbo (arrive) ? 8_15 ? 9 IP - VJ TI1AINB, ? i a.m. a.m. 1 i.m. p.tn. p.m. Pubbo ? 0 68 2 45 5 20 VMbgt- ... UO -» 6« Orange ? 7 45 4 85 11 60 9 48 Spring Hill .88 ? -225 95* Spring Grove... 8 20 , * 10J20 Blayney ? 8 43 5 155 125 '43 Back Creek ... 8 43 6 37 9 6 2 0 a.m. Bathuwt ? 10 9 8 0 CO 12 45 11 46 i- m. a.m. n.m Sydney (arrive) C 2 7 60 ' 5 65 645 ? The train Btops litre, but the timo of arrival aod departure ib not fixed. The Mail Train le»ves Orange on Sunday mghta instead of Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

^3&et*&aii WfaSl Firoliociety. ' (EsUWigiusn 1872.) ' , ? Cnpiffti, £100,009, With lioWer to increase to £1,^00,000. Bonuses— 20 percent. paM iMiuually for the last 8 . - ??' ' ' _ J'6T8. . ' ? . niroctor«--Hoii. J-&n 5i)tticrli-n-V K«l., -'?)'? linm .t. Day. Esq.; J.M»- M'ethonll, ? E»q. : William Hnzlctti Ksq.W-P. ' Manager-. WAI/TEK CHURCH; First Fire Sncicty.estalili»nixl m «?? ,f lnlSf 'P the ntutuaVpriiicijjW, 8WnB.Jw4wy-'''1'l;rif™lck jm.t of their yrenuuiustfs a cast bonus out of pro fits every year. a' !t . . ? Volicy ImLfei* ar^crfecUy fro* by law Twin all itaViiitj'. Vnmf&JKA M*™1 *?? «ments for lires. Fifteen days' gfa^o allowjil forjuyinsntof re Pamage t-y ?,hflitning and Ex-*oskki* by Gas ywil. Ni« itintraMel at.U-i»0J5t*AT,ES Agent fort3»ro6arai»l Oistnci. ?i- ' d :AEcnt f ocjHWrra, THE UNITED' lNSURAVG! -COMPANY liSTABLJSHfiu* X-t018ffi;. [.icorporatud by Act fltTaruaiacnt tit 'New Sooth / ? - ? ' Wales. Cajital ... ?? £500,000 ? W»Tll...

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A JUST TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

A JUST TRIBUTE. No more pleasing duty devolves upon those whose daily vocation is separably ^nited to the cause of benefiting their fellow-men, than that of rendering a jubI tribute to others who, Lv uncnaaine and untiring energy, have as sociated themselves with the interests of all around them. It will, therefore, not surprise those who glance over this elight memento to a departing friend, that we deem it our in cumbent duty to render a fitting tribute, well deserved as it ic, to one who, for nearly five, years, was intimately associated with this journal— we allude to Mr. T. J. O'Bhien, who so recently severed his ccrnection with us and this district. We havWflo desire to unnecessarily eulogize the character of the ge&tlemau who liasjso long been known and respected among us, but we shall not be cen sured if we justly accord him our sincere wish, blended with those of our numerous patrons, readers, and the inhabitants of this district, that, in the change he haB made, he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 May 1881

CORBESVOSDEKCK. \Vk have received a communication from ' Veritns.' We dlntinctly stated months ago that we cannot, and positively decline to insert any correspondence which is unaulJienticate.1. '-Veritas' may be a Prince of the Hoyal Blood, a bush lawyer, an India rubber man, or a brown Spanish onion for nnght we know ; it matters not. Let him send his name and address, nnd bis letter will be fairly conBiilered. %\\t Cavcom; ©luontcte & BLAYNEY & COWRA GAZETTE. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1881. ? FORTH!! INJURY OF HOME. tOB. THE OOOU OF AM

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CARCOAR DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 10. (Before His Honor Mr. District Court Judge Wilkinson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

CARCOAR DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday, Mat 10. (Before His Honor Mr. District Court Judge Wilkinson.) The following legal gentlemen were presents Barristers — Mr. J. J, Tecce. Attorneys— Messrs. J. O. Dodd, E. 8. W. North, J. C. McCachlan, J. Melntosb.T. Hellyer, and M. T. Phillips. Edye Bros. v. C. S. Kelly, claim for £H 10s., goods sold and delivered. Mr. McLachUn for the plaintiff, an I Mr. North for the defendant. Tbe latter confessed judgment. J. Uoodacre v, Tliomas Stewart, claim for £G Is. 61., balance di:e for wages. Mr. North for tho plain tiff. Case withdrawn. The two cases, Margaret Sheahan v. W. M. Rothery, (adjourned from the last District Court.) and \V. M. Uotbery v. Margaret Sheahan, for trespass, damages in the former cose £50, and tho atter £200, were settled out of Court ; each party paying tbeir own costs. Mr. Toece, instruoted by Mr. T. Hollyer (Bathurst) appeared for Mr. Botbcry, and Mr. 3. 0. Dodd for Mr. Sheahan. Jotinurant, jun. v. \v. l'. uostello, claim for £22 ...

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LONDON. May 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

LONDON, May 10th. Bradlaugh again entered the House of Com mons and demanded permission to take the customary oath. The Speaker commanded liis immediate removal; he was forthwith ejected, find an order was issued by the Speaker forbidding his admission within the precincts of the House until allowed by him to do so. Notwithstanding tlie assurance of the French Minister for Foreign Affairs that the expedition in Tunisian territory will cease with punishment, Krommir's troops are rapidly marching towards the capital. At yesterday's wool Balea the market as sumed a firmer tone. (For remaining news see fourth page.)

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

.LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Held Ovsr.— Owing to a rash of advertisements we are compelled to bold over our leader, and other items of interest until our next issue. Enolibh Mail.— Tbe next English mail* leave Sydney via Suez, on Monday. May 16, and Wednes day, May aatn ; via 'l-Wsco|un Thursday, May 19th. t' Accident.— An accident befel a little boy aged 8 years, son of Mr Joseph Ellery, of No. 1, last Wednesday week. He was kicked on the bead by ahorse, whilst 'playing, and received such severe, injuries that no hopes are entertained of his re covery. Tbe child's brain was proruding, and all that medical skill could do did not seem to alleviate his sufferings. Catholic BazaAU. — By reference to our adver tising columns our readers will tee that tht Com mittee formed for the purpose of liquidating the debt on the Carcoar Presbytery, purpose holding a supplementary bazaar on the anniversary of the Queen's Birthday, Tuesday week. Most of our readers are well sware that there is still a ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

~ clipPWssT'' (From our Exeftangee.j ' T. in stated that Sir Henry ParkeB and Mr _»j nimwnp lanEiiase. ... .. «« «.Whati8Heavei.'B best gift to ™' him.its n boy. _ . Hfirald.. wa8 [?] sinking is w-. »'' «'— — toition, from tht- ope»ln8 t0 the 23rd P ' be ,aM h. could nolteU . hj. » woman. Aaam «?»' — uomPA of you. Bource. Adam, we are ashamed ot yo nf r win Erin 2 on tne irouv gnw' .. c7 nnrmnn IUh of Iiopb. ivery pardonable, b«l at the same , ,j»e tbev stated that Vere - deBirous «t Duymg S 1000 » lBOOi- ^P^J^e BbW Itwasnear,noVghthemarkto»-Je s_*i \« ti. said, institued an aeUoa for 'SW^S seriously some *.'.'. F7_ it.. t,..«,t;n--Knf a shell on haYo; might as well back a-ule up against a beehive and tellhim not to kick, as to tall a *JSZ a£ut a wedding and not set her tongue in motion. ' Tfi/.RiLmBl— Fob the Teeth akd Breath.— A I S!!?y' .SI. deliehtful fragrance to the breath. [?] iU orteuul colour, without leaving the ^pseable Iffier. Wywbere at 3s.Bd. per Ifcttte Whole 1 * THER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

? COUK^^OUSEHOTEL, j Carcoar. U- be JAMES TANNER, {LA-TE OF NO. 1 HOTEL, MOUNT ^OQUAOT) WilhriNXrud°fBVEUSr°of ™£j best BTJ8 al^B kept onha,, n£&m Accommodation for 1Y«« ^'^^Sendance. » GOOdStftlSeSo?XcEB^=^ ? 25 TO 50 DOLLARS PER DAY CAN ACTUALLY BE MA^ BOUIM WELLS WITH THE j GREAT WESTERN WELL AUGER, AN D WE MEAH.1T, ADO AsTpMEDJOiffiMOIISTIiiTE THE FACT ! rintcdltobore ANY DEreilin «no™«» -» r^ -- - an(1 Lin!o8tone ? B.tuminou. W.Wamnta^tonKwinV^daMrf^VivA^l Borers, Sorpeut.ue T^y are Easily OPcra^ g^^T^T^ «I J««* «* * * *?*. I ? — n ^ . . riT II J_ ^ I™*'»' ? ».,n i\rn;,rl-f Rfirt His. 3^ AOger,WitM^barB-driU8-and150feeto£8hr&,| '^ '' « „ r ' ' ' I! ' '? ' ' ' 178. ',', 930 ',', s » ;; :: .. ,.? ' ?? ?? IN. .. »« » 8 ' .? ?? » ' ' ' WO- '? 95?. ' s'» :: - ' :: r. ' »? :: ;?« ?: 'S:: 2feet ?? :; ; : ? 5$ ; 2015:, 2| ?? ?; ;; „ „ ? ; 310. „ 2130 „ 81 ;i ;;;::;:::: :: » » a : 1» :: [?] VIRST NATIONAL GOLD BANK, San Franco, Cal. XTARTHS C HAWLEY AND CO., . .. ??nw W ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 1.28. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday, 1.28. A. private letter received per s.s. Potosi from iho Cape HayR that the Royal Princes were on board tlie Bacchante, but no public demonstrations were permitted, they being treated as midshipmen. TIir English mail, viii Kiipz. lias arrived at King George's Sound. New railway passes have been issued to members af Parliament in the shape of a gold coin, having on one side the Royal Arms ; round the rim, the words ' New South Wales Railway PaBS ; ' and on the other side, mem ber for Sydney, or otherwise as the caan may le. Each member has to return his pass to the Government if lie lose his seat. Tlie article published in the ' Bulletin,' out of whicli the libel action arose, was written liy Henry Trail), Reuter's agent, and formerly editor of the ' Sydney Mail.' The action is not concluded, and more horrible revelations have been made.

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. Monday, May 9th. (Before W. B. Warner and W. Tanner, Jan., Esqs., J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

CARCOAlt POLICE COURT. Monday, May 9th. (Befor« W. B. Warner and W. Tanner, juu., Esqs., 0's.P.) Wm. Hargiaves, alias Lanky, was brought up in custody, charged with vagrancy. There were three other charges against the prisoner. The Bench sentenced him to two months' imprisDnmeut iu t.lie Bitkurst gaol, with hard labour. Constable McKenna withdrew the remain ing charges against the prisoner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

TRUNKEY RACES TO BE HELD ON May 24th, 1881. (Queen's Birthday) PROGRAMME. First Race, to start at 12-30 p.m. LADIES' PURSE HANDICAP of 6 Sovb., three-quarters of a roilp. Nominations to close at 8 p.m. on 23rd May. Second Knee, (o start at l'SO p.tn. FLYING HANDICAP of 5 novs., one mile. Posl entrance. Third Race, to start at 3 f-.ro. 'TOWN PLATE HANDICAP of 10 bow. )£ miles. Nominations to close at 8 p.m. on 23rd May. Fourth Race, to Btart at 4 -30 p.m. PUBLICAN'S HANDICAP of 5 sovb., 1J miles. Post Eutvance. Fif di SU«. HACK RACE,.for — Sovs. Post Entrance. CONDITIONS. Entrances 5 per cent, on amount of priie. 3 Entrances and 3 acceptances or no race. Five per cent £o go to Second horse. In all cases the decision of the Stewards ?to bn final. A.JT.C. Kales eb Far as practicable. J, H. PHILLIPS, Hon. Secretary. Emmanuel Church, LyndJiurst A LECTURE IN AID of Repairs to the above will (D.V.) beMelivered in the Church, Lyndhurst, on MONDAY, EVENING NEXT -MAY, ifiih, 1881,) by the DEV...

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UP TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

UP THAIKS. _. . , ?»?*. a W. «,tn. p.m. p.m. £'!*» ? » 65 2 43 6 20 Wellington ... 12 0 6 35 6 40 _. . p.m. 0 35 B 25 Orange ... .. 7 45 4 33 11 50 9 48 Spring Hill .88 * 12 So 9 5S Spring Qrove... 8 SO » ? I0'20 Wnyaey ? 8 43 5 55 125 1143 Back Ureek ... 8 43 6 3/ „ t 9 6 2 0 am. Bathurst ? 10 0 8 0 6 0 12 45 11 45 p.m. a.m. B.m Sydney {arrive) -S 2 7 SO I 5 65 ' ? 6 45 * Tbe train stops here, but the time of arrival and departure as not fixed. Tbe Mail Train leaves Orange on Sunday nights inrtead of Saturday. . * 6

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All Communications, tbhetfier intended for publication or otlterwise, must be accompanied by the Name and Address of the Correspon dent, not necessarily for publication, but as an, evutence of good faith, tn every nose they must be addressed to the undtrsigned. MARY BOYLE, Sole Proprietress. ''Carcoar Chronicle' Office, AprU 22nd, 1881. BIRTH. FINN— On the Cth instant nt Lcr residence Cinowindro, the wife of T. J. Finn, of a daughter. Win €avcoat* Clwonide & BLAYNEY ft COWRA GAZETTE. SATURDAY, MAY U, 1881. FOB TUB INJCRY OP NONE, FOR TUB GOOD OV ALL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

47 0 M P A Jf I ES . ? Australia Mutual Fits Society. j^ (Established 1872.-) CntiiU». «100,00f-, With fnwer \a increwio to £1.000,000. Bonuses— SO por cent, paid antmally for the laat ? years. Directors— Hon. So\n Sutherland, Esq., M.V., Cbnirman ; Manuel F. ?Tatophinu, F,Rq. ; Wil liam S. pay, Eeq. j 3n«n WotheriH, Esq.: William UetloMt, Esij. M*P. Manager: WALTER CHURCH. Thirst Fire Society established .in tlio colony on tlie nictiial yriuoijAes, gwinf, ' policy-lioMor* back part of tbeir premiums as a cash i-onus out of pro fits every year. Policy holders we perfectly free lay law from all liability. Prmnjjt and literal s-v.-Jeuients for fires. Fifteen days' grace allowad for piyoient of re ncnal pruniuuin. ? Damage by Lightning -and Kx-loeions by Gas p&id. Fire SsuiimccsfttLOV1. 1ST BAim ? Agent tor Carcoar and l-ietnot.' : ? Agent for IMivyncy, G. HAWKE, Jos. Agent for Cowra, T. JUGAUT. THTuHiTED IHSURANCE COMPANY (KlKK ANJi MaUINF.) ESTaBUSITKI) A.D. 1SB2. Sacorporatc...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

RAILWAY Tl M E TABLE. DOW!* TOWNS. Leave. Pass. iQoonS MrxmXJoou* IUil , H M R. V. It. H R. U. H. M. *».ui. a. in. 0,10. a.m. p.m. Sydney ...... 8 0 8 0, _. , p.m. a.m. *' B»lhur*t ? 6 49 fi S3 110 90 3 30 B*dkljreek ... C 40 7 50 ? 10 40 4 26 ?». ? pm. Blayney ? 7 6 810 1 t 1)20)4 62 Spring Grove.. 7 20 9 IS * fi 12 Spring ILII . 7 30 0 30 I .45 12 20 5 22 Orange (arrltfe) 8 0 10 6 2 16 12 50 6 45 Wellington ... 6 25 8 10 Dubbo (arrive) 8 13 9 IS

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A TRIP TO MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

f A TRIP TO MOUNT MAOQUAEIE. (By The Ootliws.) Having made up our minds to visit the smaller Mount, we left ?? Glen TLovan ' about 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon lost. Our steeds could not compaie with the ' bounding, prancing, snorting, chargers ' of the Easter Monday party so graphically described in the 'Ode to Mount Macquarie,' but they wero (?ood_ useful, patient ' mokes ' and carried us well. ' We took with us a scientific instrument, and also a bottlo of P.B. which enabled us to Bee double, also some biscuits and a tin cup which had seen service nt many an outlaw's gathering. We also carried a very small bottle of water — just enough to swear by. After passing several paddocks containing a fine crop of stones, as well ob Borne extraordinary looking quadrupeds (which I was told in strict confidence wero thoroughbred horses), we turned off the so-called road, which is more like the bed of a mountain torrent than anything els.., and took our way up one of the wooded spurs or ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 May 1881

tVIILBURW CREEK CHAS. STIBBARD HAS received instructions to sell by Public Auction at the ROYAL HOTEL, COWRA on TUESDAY 31st May, 1881, «fc 2 o'clock Bliarp. Tliat VALUABLE 40 ACRES C.P., County of Bathurst, selected by N. Jordan, 23rd November, 1871, and trausferied to Patrick Jordan. N.B. — Tlin Auctioneer would draw par ticular attention tc this Land ; position is good, adjoining the property of Mr. Oliver, and wilh lmlf-u-mile of the Milburn Creek Gold Mine, and in valuable as an agistment paddock or otherwise. TERMS CASH.' Full particulars on application to CHARLES STIBBARD Stock and Station Agent, Cowra. ~ DRESSMAKING, 1 MBS. MASON, (FROM NEW ZEALAND), BEOS to inform tbe Ladies of Cftnoar and Sur rounding District that on and after MONDAY NgXT sbo will be prepared to commence business as a DRESSMAKER. All Orders entrnsted to Mas. Mason will '--i executed with Neatness and Despatch. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Mrs. Mason is prepared to make LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERCLOTHI...

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