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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 May 1882

LAND AND ENGINEERING SURVEYOR, And T)LANSE and ESTIMATES for Build. ul ings, Dams, Tanks, or Drains care fully'prepared. ' ` Contractors. supplied with. Quantities, Tracings, ArMODeRiATe CHARGES. THElh·;. ·; MMAFFRA SPECTATOR" J'"O'BzP'RIN'T I NOQ ý;, ,M a orth, ipeail The Proprietor of the '! Maffra Spectator" begs to notify to the inhabitants,, of the district that he is " prepared to receive o + d 1 ,;ordors for ",.'.: PRINTING IN ALL ITS BIRANCHES. The' 'Tobbing Plant- is replete withall ' the Latest Improvoments. POSTING BLL , OF ALL, SIZES, On colored or white.paqor, can be had on the shortest notice. Busnrass FonMs, ' CCONOERT Ticixs," CAR DS, "" 'PRODB0 AraMes,-: OCEaco.AsBB, HAND BILU ,. PRosiEacUsES, SHOW CARDs, Rcrrc r BooKS, '.'BILL HBADS, PArPrsSe, VIsarreo CanRDs.. The Proprietor bing determined to execute 'all orders entrusted to :" i -his careoat ; 'LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, Respectfuslly olicits share of public patronage. Rs.a for the guidance of Advertisers, .Subscri...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 May 1882

Coaches, &o. CRITERION HOTEL COBB Ofld C N' CdOACHES leave SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p.nm. daily (Sunday oxceptod, arriving at Bairndalo at 7.30 pna. Fare, lOs. Allinformation af, 5'atbOobb and Co'.' ROBERTSON, WAGNER Jr CO. Sale to Maffra anid Newry ROYAL MAIL. FISHER'S conimfortably covered COACIH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Newry daily at '9.4 am., Malra 11.15 a. a, arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the samoe day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Maifra 4 p.m., and Nowry 5.30 p.m. Passengers and parcela booked at the followingplacea: Sale, 1. Doggan's Criterion Hotel; Iaifra, Wm. Bannister's Camnden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Newry Hotel . I:. " y All parcels left for conveyance most be propuid, otherwise they wallnot boefor. warded. J. FISHER, .Propriotor, BHEYFIELD TO. !.MAFFRAs mHE Conveoyance between the above Splaces wall. libe DISCONTINUED until further.'niqtice. Ainy pareels that can be forwarded on horeback will be duly delivered: All parc...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 May 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1882. .TH snws of the cowardly 'ssaination of lord Frederick Caveodish, the newly appointed: Chief Secretary. for Ieanid, and Mr.: Thomas H. Burke, the Under-Secretary, has aroused, in every loyal breast, a feeling of the utmost albhorrence. Such an atrocious deed of cold bloodedness is unequalled in the annals of, modern history, and for the sake of justice it is to be hoped that the assassins will speedily te captered:.- To 'us in Vis otona living undei the happy away of Pour gracious sovereign; such a deed can scarcely be realised It shows elasI too plainly to ihata piteitch the fiezy/ of an unedu. cated mass, whose lifetime is spentis nursing their grievances and nurturing thoughts of revenge on all who have the moral courage to oppose their ds nonidacal acts and exorbitant demands imay be carried. Doubtless the Irish tenanitry have maniy grievances, buhot iamongsta people where tthe land is divided between :a 'few. holders, these grievanacs cannot ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 May 1882

OOMMEBrOIAL INE'lfJLIBNveB. A aIPzm'sn ieoo r5TO oaK:d. Mosers. IL Guthridge and Co. report,: -Fat Cattle.-Market firm, with upward tendoncy; very few good qualit yarded. We sold at Maffra, steers, L4, L4A10s; cows, L6 10); and, at Sale, heifers, LB 1Ss, ,L 5Be, and 1. 104 ; vealers,, 27s. $tor'e`: atttL- In eonesegiOnieo 'f:tho of the absence of rain, and the lateness of the seiesoi, tlherile a cireely any "limsiness of importance doing in this class of stock. Large supply yarded at Maffra, but few sales-owners not being willing to accept prices offered. We have sold cows at 206 to 8s8; young stock 23s to 26s; steers 35s to 404 -Milkers and forward springers continuelna brisk demand; soles,; iLS 10s to 5.A 'Horse market dull and not likely to. improve until the spring. Yards weoro fairly supplied on Saturday with light sorta,which sold up to LB. We will have a good mob foe sale next Saturday. Bhoeo in good demand. We sold store ewes from S2 74 to 7s 6d; fat sheepand lambs, at 8s 3d...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 May 1882

00MMENTS ON EVENTS, "The birdsewhos mualo fills theo sir, Do chirp and-chatter lioodlossly." . " -AxoN. Things are very mixed and chaotic in the Victorian House of Commons: But thouglh our commons are members of the House, tliey'ro' uncommon wise: Catch themn voting for aidissolution; oh no I no fear whatiever- as Sir Bryan, mildly closing the lid of his left peeper, remarlks-of their rushing to their constitue'noos and asking the noble follows who returped them last year to once more decide wlihether they are "fit and piroper persons to repro senit this constituency: in Parliamient." There is a good deal of risk naturally attendant upon the adoption of this magnanimous and, conscieritions step which our" worthyq .P.'e, with'thoiir L300 a year and,perquisites, don't' care about facing. Of courOse there are some coneientious anid honorahble'gon tlomen in the' House, but'alas I they are but few. I see that. a. really good dramatic' company is to grace the boards of the Salo theatire t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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UPPER MAFFRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 May 1882

UPPER MAFFRA. (nom A COaBasrPONDEo .) I note isn ono of your issues latoly,.that several parties are out prospoting the Glenmaggis ranges in search for gold and other mmerals. There can be littlo doubt but that vast lodes of copper exist in this distriot, nand very probably gold will be evontually unearthod in payable quan tities, but this will bo a mattorof time. At present the quartz roofas (of which there are plenty scattered over the entire disatriot) are apparently barren, appearing on the vergo of an auriforous country. Gold can be dished in any of the diffeoroent water-courses running into the Macaliater River, and although many old miners have repeatedly prospected, they have not as yet succeeded in bringing to light a payable fiel. Upon taking a tour amongst tihe mountains the eye to struck with the extent and grandeur of the proopct, quartz raof croppig up in every direction; rotten slato or shale appears to be the grand formation of the different strata in one uniform mas...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 11 May 1882

Auctions. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, MA2 12. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, GRASS SEED, wo. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their .yards 20 Prime Fat Cows. 40 PrimoFat Bullock, good weights, 10 do do do and Bullocks. 50 Magnificent Bullocks, milkers' calves. - Also from Crossover-.. 65 Splendid Cow, (empty). 355 Bullocks, very quiet 40 Very good Steore and Heifers. Account of A. Rush, Esq., Grikel, N.S.W. 102 Splendid Bullocks, of the well. known AR brand. 24 Cows, do do do. Also, from Omeo-. 60 Splendid Bullocks, in forward condition. 40. do do Cows. 7 Splendid Working Bullooks. 21 Cows, good condition. 70 Bushels 3-year-old Peronnial Rye Grass Seed. A splendid saimple. ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE, MAFFRA FRIDAY, MAY 19. A M'LEAN CO. are instruoted byj SMr. Henry Maxfield to sell, on above date, at their yards Two Allotments of Land in the Township of Glenmgio, adjoining the hotel, and adjoining the allot. Smenets of MesasrsaH. ing and J. Curtain. HAVING Established a Branch of our 1Business in Melbourne we are...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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LITTLE MEG AND I. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

' '-LITTLE 1ýBG .AND I.: ' Yol ask ne, 'mtes; to spin"n yarn before we go below; ,.:: M," Voll,, a; the night is calm andfair,, and no chance.for a blow, . Ill give you ie-a, satory true asev er yet was told - For, ?.ateBh,:: Iwouldi't liea ? about ,'the , doad ; no, not for, gold. ,::.: The story of a miaid i; lad, wlho lived in d..l. ,ays no ne by '- - 'The rinideoi'wa Me1 Andoirson thlie ld, ntesmates, 'was I. : : , A 'iitoi' trimmer craft tha n Meg wasn very lard to find; W1hy, shoecould climb a hill and make fire Sknots agin tihe wind ; :A Ah s for' la'i' hIulks and uiptd rIve 'often heard it said : That she; could give the. scholars points, and then come out ahead.. The old schoolniaster used. to say, and, mates it made me cry, Tlat'tho' smartest there was little Meg ; the greatost dunce was L i . SBut what cared I for larnin then, whilst Sshe was by my side 1 i' ' For, though:a lad, I lovedo her, mates, . and for her would have died; , ;,. A'?nd sho loved me, the little 'lass...

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A FLIGHT OF FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

A FLIGHIT OF FANCY. o- . A singular necideant? efel a Scotch clergymani whiloe prehehin. in' a'No. conformist chapel, nt 'Shpherd ?'sisli, a Saunday or tiro ago: ' Hu' lil ii: Vigorous st3yle; aild ashowcd Ihaself zealously fervent in drliing home to his interested heaorer tho Iso lanin woirds andnmoral of his text. -.,lIlands and eyes .wero both brought, into playj in enforcingth"m wringed :words" of ,the portly preacher, and now and-i again heo would., lean ' his .wholo 'woight::on .the readinig stand;'gazing iiatently into the faces of ?hisb' ditors to ·deepeni.thi impression of his' couiisels. While he was tlus gazin, tlis' audioenco -woro . .artled by seing "the reading st nd: headlong by tihe energetic preacher liiilalf: Mani y riisled'to himsiiasitalnce; but, although tho fall a' one of about soven feat, thi minister quickly re interrupted discourse, . howver, the preacher .remarked,,. with a , quaint ."pawkiness".. which. thes congregationi seemed to appreciate, that'" thosi...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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SOMETHING LIKE A TALKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

SOMETHING LIKE" A TALKER A Detroiter who has just returned from Florida after an absence of several month ii as .asked the other day if he had any fin ?ith tliealligators down there?. " Yes, sir ?andei loads of fun," hs replied. "Kill many" . " Well;'I should say sol" "low- imany did you '?er kill in a 'Tliree hundred."r "No f'i you doi'ti meanu 300 alliga :.tors i?' ono daylv. , "! ' .'..Yes Ido;: : " "You must have struck a rich'spt.' Three" hfundred in osildyay I W'hew ' SWhat time ,djd you lyqgln I" " Oh, about 10 o'clock iri 'the morning". "An:d howl long did, it tak9 you I" ?" Aout an hour." There swas'a pibse, durinig whiclh "as'tonishmient, incredulity and 'worse 'were visile on.tlih facei of the crowd., F inally oniie nan st'ppid fdorwyird aidl said : "Did you use artillery 1" ' No, sir." A s' aw:;inill" ' " Dynailnte '1" ' " No, sir." '" Maybe you'll tell us how ;you did it!" "!Yes, sir,-I talked 'em to death. Pleaso call at my ofleic for paniphlelts of Florida-its resourc...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

MELBOURNE CA1TLET REPORTS. W.Vedn sday, Evening. - Messrs. A. MLeannand.Co. report: Fit Cattlo-1;G680' le'ad' drawin' for; thero was a further rise of 10s. to 15S. on last weeol's 'rates. We sold 22 bullocks for Mr.. Nicol at £11 2s Gd, and cowesat £6 1ls;, 21 bullocks from Saleoat £8' 12s'6diaveragig £813s Gd!; 23 cows frm? Woodlknds to £8 15s Gd, averaging '£7 I3s' Gd; Little'jein. bul locks, at £6. 7s'Gd'"adiid 'c6 it £4 s Gd. ; .. . SMessrs. Ryan and Hammond report: -Fat' 'Cattloe' 1,612 wereopenned'; market" briisk,. and p?ices fully' 10s higheri 'Best pens to £13 T7i Gd; a fidw'to £15 158.", We sold 30"'foir Mr. Jones;. light weights, to L9. 10s. Fat Slioepp.-18,375 forward, being nearly all cross-lredis ; inarket :firm at. an" advanco ofl;s on'priine qualihy, aid Od on others. '" DBlt "'cross-breds, 17ii to 20s; a fewc extrii,to. 24s; liest merino wethe'rs (iioiie good), at lls to 12s. W,': sold cross.bred, owes for. A. 0. 'Le Souut.up to 13s 3d;: and a draft of cross-bred an...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

MELBOURNE GRAINRMARKET. Messrs.C a?rg iid 'Murray hold theiir 'weekly gra??ini 's i'l as 'usual on Tuesday,- the 16th inst., and sold as follows-.. , ,. Wheat-Fair milling, 1s lid to 6s 1T?d per' bushel, miii~ xed"iaiiplei; 6s 91a do. Barley-English, 4s lid to -s per bushel; do. !mixed .4aE. d to'4s 10d. :Oata-Good feed, 4s to. 4s id per bushol.' Peas, 4s od per bushel, ran, i1 .d.do.i Gippaland Hops, sl 09d per lb. At thd borough police.court, Shrews. bury, a.mian named Groom, formerly a privato in the 53rd Regimenot, was .nn to two. months hard labour for stealing a pair of boots from thei barracks, thei property of the 'military authoritioes There is an awful state of aflhirs in a little Michigan town, where a composi tor subaituted thio word " widows" for." windows." The editor wrote: "The windows of the church need wash. ing hadly. They are too dirtito be of any use, and area disgracu to our villago, "

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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

COMMENTS ON EVENTS. --- 0-.-. "Theo birds vhosau i usic fills thll r r, Do chirp and chltter hodlussly." -Anon..

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, May, 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

EUROPEAN ;TELEGRAMS. LN ' ' ofDOi;-May, 15. The authoritice in Dublin have pul lished an ofticial doseripton of the as sassins of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mr. T. H Burke; A ieward'of £500' Ihas also been offterdefor any informi tion that may lead. to the approhension of any persons harboring thie assasinis. The crisis which has arisonin Egypt owing to the action'of the Khedive in placing 'hiinself ih' opposition 'to the Ministry l hsled t the resignation of Mahound Paslia;' the Pl6esident of the the Coucil of Ministers. Owing to thl action taken hyEngland and France in despatchinga naval force to Alexafidrii,'tlie Turkish Goverment has decided to make prepauations for any emergency' that may- arise. Tlih iornclads in the Turkish navy are ac cordingly beiing r'apidly parepaed for A Turkisir transport which was en gaged in convoying troops wont aground in tlid 'Bophorus.' Forty "min were, drowned. .. . It-is anounced, that the price of the "Times" newspaper; which liha hitherto be...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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LES TEMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

LES, TEMPS: It giveso.mi a partieular' pleasure to telnder, when opportunity ofli-ro, a little service or advice.to thle good people of' MaflYa,amiongst.whoin it has bl enlln? good fortune to be settled. niy advice on this occasion would be that alltlhose who have any 'pet poultry keep tlnem, seodrely fenced in" until' tli :Hyfield and Saloeshootiig matcli will liav' been a thiig of'thie pas, tlihere is a Siale man, far-famed~ for 'hi shiootin'g, who often directs his `steps to :this.locality in search of gamie and who knows but that lie would.inot grass a fine. old turkey or goosie-gander if thleyi chanced' to darken his path ; so now if any old lady in her count should lie, minus a turkey or brahma-pootra pullet, she has only. horsolf to blame for not showing sufficint' igillnce. Wonders neveri cease To-day vwe reaedof soohn great cosmic catastrophe to takeo place; to.tinorrob somnie local journal altogether eclipses it.. Biit to the iiid' of miany the followinig little local oddi...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Trade Addresses. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

i .Trade Addresses. G. T. JO N E S, IrAND-.AxD ENGINEERING ;,;~ ..';; lST.-yv yV E;Y;Q', ,R : i And' -'-VA. LIPA TO, " Z-' :.,n * ' ,* -.*/;; ·;'.M af tra. .i*.. ; -* ' .. 'TLANS ndi ESTIMATES fd' Build. '? n" igs, Daims, Tanks,or Driiis' care fully propared. ;:i i i Cont-actors. upplied. withl' Quanitios, ; AT MonDEuATB.aAiloES. '1,; '-" : .. .. Tra Ei ,,?e.';'•" .' :^ '! A:MAFFR I SPECGTATOR ' ,l . E:.W. N,iE'WS,PAP,,ER. .,.,:: : A'' DE'E'''R'L. 'D' OE.l J 'OiB" P R I N T"I NING The Proprietor of the " Mntrra SpOctRa r' ! hbcegs;to nodtify'to'thl inhabitaint :" ' .of thio district, that liae is i' !..:.. • , ,prepared ito rocoivo . .orders for i ., PRINTING IN, AL ITS BRANCHES. 'Th Jobbing Plant' is' replete with all ' th Latest Impiovoment'' ts .i6STING: BILLS;- OF 'ALL SIZES, On colored or white pnqer,, can be hadu .on the shorteat notice. BSienESS Foi 8 ;', CoNCErT TICKETn, CAnoris,; ' PooiAaMxa, Cincu' a,' . HAND BLM, ' PROSPECTUrss,;: . ow;.SroW, CARDm, ' REcra Boo BooKs, BIL...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

,SPORTING NOTES. Our footbaall'club has at last awaked from its long sleep. t .The' hoen. sea-, in our lnst issue advertised'a nieeting of the'club to lie Ield on lost Friday, but, owing, to the largeo numbier 'of'cattle forward delaying business till a late. hour, those who .would hava. attended, were' unable, and the, result was no meeting. ThI? shootingi mnatch betweeii the Hoyfield representatives, and .tlose of Sale, is to come of o oTuesday nexUt. If these. gentlemn shoot, as,uwell as they have.done on previous occasions a close contest may bh expected. "The 63rd birthday of Her Majesty Queen.Vietorie?villlie well!' kept" up in North Gippsland, the number of sports,' &e., being very.large. ,'Amongst the most;prominent.of.them are :--Thoe first event of the North.Gippsland Coursing Club, to •take: place on Mr... W.V E Powdr's estate, vhich h1 has kindly lent for' tlhe occasion;ia . football' match between Sale and Bairnsdale, at Sale ; a go.s-you.pleaseo. tournament, in...

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A YOUNG LADY IN A PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

A 1OUNC LADY IN A PREDIOA ; 3MENT. Ali ecliaiige tells of ai modes young geiitleiaiiu who attended the morning .service in fashionable a church and weaa sihown , into, a luxuriously-cushioned pnw, and hardly",sottldd. hliiself aind takeni observation of ?his 'nleighUours, before a beautiful young; lady e?itered, and, with a gracefulwave o' f the halnd preventirg our friend from rising, to gio er his place, quietly sankinto: a sent near the end :W'hien a hymn 'easgiien out she skilfully found thlo ,pago, and, Ot a sweo? smile that set is, heart a-tlnuping, handed her neigjl hour the book.: . ., , h:: The :ministe raised i his : hands in prayer, and. the fair, girl knelt,'-, and in this pdsture perplexed our friend which most'mto admiire? hdr:i'beoiutyff'6r her. dnoSutuInes. ,Presently the prayer was -oncliddd{ inid tlldhongregatiii n resumed 'thlijf6a?at i Our friid"il :eslpctfully raised is hands fromt nti fair forim had been, so earneatly scanning, lest wshen she looked up shei sho...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

It is ollicially ainiouncud that the Quoon JIm ha c bo pClead to appoint Sir John HIolkor, Q.O.; M.P., to auccood the lato Lord juatico Luuh aa'a mcmbcuer the court of appeal. How groat is tho aucess of the Drury Lano pantomino may ho' inforre dc from the faot that the nightly receipts avorago L500,

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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 18 May 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1882. Tue autumnal tints now vislid, wherover we take our walks abroad, and the rustle and patter of the falling leaves, nmirid its of hlat'our American frinpds, with gicat!propriety, call " the fall"` of thio year, and what our own poet felicitously dcseriie as the season of "the sore and yellow leaf." We should Ieot forget;, howover, that while on the one hyind it is the period of arrestiieiit idd decay, it is also the preparatory season leading up to tho lifeo ,mottion of the spring, and all the itU blown glories of the inco•ing year. - p.feol a homo-like pleasure i ornetinestwatching listlessly the antiq th.askippiengs, and whirlings of the 'leve(t m they are caught up by the fitful gusts, torn from the trees fringing the side walk, and led in eddyingeirclk ifttr~ dlOssidlanaoS?ariottbdiur humble sanctum. We havo always hold that for the plant ng and tende t i0s trees in tho.ljriudclal a-thornpfare of our._tAonship, ,qur local.Council is deserving o...

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