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THE DEVIL AND HIS WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 March 1875

THE DEVIL AND HIS WORKS. STheprinter sometimes causes such curious felicities of style that it is hard to believe they are unintentional., seems qaite right for a locomntive to cut a cow into calves, and when the editor (f the h Chimney Corner' informed a correspondent who asked to be told ofa tpublication that will suit him" that "the publication that will sot you is the 'ClhiLtney Corner."' It was duringo the American warl that a Western paper said the army was in want of consecrated beef and desecrated vegetables. and alnoutthe same time a iiapttie heed line, Tihe British' pion?Si i l . his '1ane " WMI spread before t lhe astoaished t world as ', 'l'i a ' orld as " Tie British Li Skatlinnea Sin Maine !" Lord B,'ouphm oci re ferred to' tbe masses," but th14e Iiea sport m .de him Sa'y ? them asses." So good a paolltical weapdn as a misprint didnot escape the grasp ot M-nr'pn h r ?aho in 1840 printed this pungent Para-raph. -. Erratim in- the Panes. Foi 'Iso'ig1u Sir Robert Peelis t...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 March 1875

THE VATICAN Mr Gladstone's pai wider range than lhe toelmpllated, as will b remarks of the St&od 2nunication --To rem Church and resist I expounded by the sn is no longer possible. possible hitherto is a -and thlat the most ii we spoke truly when year that the dogma of not been pressed by a bishops of the Roman has been insisted on-n the doctrines of purgato substantiation are insisth have been impossible fo: out such direct disobedie to bIe suspected, to have a.ny knowledge of opini spWi of Dr. Manning's ol ire are sure that men lil and Lord Camoys nieve conceal; or, knowing t adnitted thle heretics to a .to the sacrament. No pi now. No priest can, absolve the men who 1 atowed their disbelief digmas without taking fact; and thus, even if tl willd g to piersist in what caJls a deception, it can LI o ..oaeer nin, +n , ' , TIGHT MAIL. GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, as 9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. ' With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAFAMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, ...

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A VELOCIPEDE AGAINST A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 March 1875

A VELUCIPEDE AGAINST A HORSE. (From. the .New Orleans Times.) MANY persons have witnessed the evolutions of Professor Brown at the Academy of Music within the past ten days, and have wondered at the profi.- J ciency he has acquired in the manage ment of that treacherous vehicle yclept J velocipede. The celerity of his move ments on the stage impressed nearly all who ;saw him with a belief that he could get over a reasonable amount of ground under favorable circumstances at the rate of about a mile a minute "if E o-"seO-ner." The Professor had won derful faith in his velocipede, and while out driving the other evening with Mr Hugo Pedwitz, a race was arran ge(V between .them-Redwit, to drive hi horse ~o a buggy, and 'Brown to ride his byhiele over the shell road from Charlid Hoyt's to thle Half way House a distbce of two miles and a hblf. The stake'was a dinner at Hoyt's for a dozen ' peop: Accordingly the parties, with : frienis, repaired to the gay and festive SCh ai, nd after:part...

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POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 March 1875

[The following little piece, by the late Sainuel Lover, is .published for the first tiioe, in his. memoir's by Boyle Bernard, re contly issued.]. .LOVE AND RIiIESD)SHIP. Love :aido Frieindship, 'tis believed, Once went to m?asquerade. F]riendshri was with smiles received; Love, with distant looks surveyed. Love was a little pijuled, foor fellow, Thus to be shunned byv every belle. So the rogue made Friendship mellow; And, when the wine cup worked its spell, "- ow," said Love, "a freak we'll play, Friendship fling that cloak away; This awhile to me resign, Alid, if you'll but dress in mine, Prudent belle and wise mamma All we'll puzzle-ha, ha, ha !" Love, exulting in his scheme, Friendship's mask and mantle wore, And gentle maids could scarcely deem So mild a look such treachery bore. Thus did he beguiling lead 'cm, Till the masqnerade was done; And mniany a heart he snet at freedom W'as, alas ! at parting won. Ever since, the rogue hath gone With this mask and mantle on. Maids, bewa...

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THE STEAMSHIP WHAMPOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 March 1875

THE STEAMSHIP WHAMPOA. The is one difference in the name ioer of.about 200 tons in the s-yiiyingicapacity of the steamer which , port yesterday (says Friday's le ).and' hersister ship which rsaie lidshrt time since for England, 1but 'itI'ithese" two exceptions the S j'-nd:the St. Osyth are as ' lii :e as two vessels can be. ieireaming- and sailing capacities 'aiealsimch "on par, for though the S it~ iade the voyage in five days sh'orter time' .tilehances of ?inds and f waves have.prbabily more io'do vith t:he running than the speed. of the shipBs ji45 days trip is not' .yet re af:ndi the"i Whampoai has got no tser2to;iatithan has been previously .faebmplished. .The voyage, however, s'tespher ass a worthy member of the Scompa~f:ctet:of ocean steanmers trading. 'htitweRn^Mebour;~ ne and England:, She '-ifs iatfit vessel of her class that has been on for Sydney, and lier ap para T obson's Bay is-only one iftheslnoi ' visits that formerly be -lo P. t Pti iand O.:0mail steamers: TKeF'Wai...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 March 1875

COMPANIES. .A'USTRALTA'N MUTUALPROVIDENT S SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1849. FOR Il UTuAL LIFE ASSURANCE, &o RIegistered as a ('ompanyl.having secured assets in Vicloriu. DECLARATION OF BONUS. The periodlical invetigation just completed showsa the following grand result, viz, :- r During the five years ended 31st December, 1873, alter payineg claims by Death, and satuing armple Reserves for the future, the Cast-surplus, or P, ofit, exceeded a quarler of a' million, of which £235,185 (equal to a lReversionary Ibonus of £634,744) was set apait for distribution among the membel s. The accumulated Fund was ONE -MILLION Two HUNDRED slND NINETv-TIIREE TiOuS Ann POUNDs, safely invested in Governmeut Debentures, Loans on Mortgage and other First-Class Securities. The NEW BYE-LAWS grant unusual Policies not forfeited for non-payment of premium, if the surrender value will pay one i yearly premium. Ever) element of STABILITY, ECONOMY, a and PROFIT is to be found in the constitution and worki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

- Hollaway s. rll.o - Tdigestion. and Livet (,isaplaints. -f- The. digcstion cannot -.be" long or seriously disordered, s'ithoud the effects do the derangeoient becoming " visible on the eountenoocc..These Pillsy at once remive thc atisorder and..its..uo pleasant conseinenc?s'?tlhey improve 'the appetite;,anid wsith th. increased desire for food theya-ugment the-powers of digestion .. and assimilation in the stodach H:'-Hollo, a: wy's Pills.nmoSt ;satisfaciorily remove all ranged obr: diseased-action : of the many ? enga o e~x'trae~ting neruiisliment ~ the Jiver, A UlIsT{ALUAN \UTULP['OVIIUE-T A CO SOCIETY. ESTABtISH nD· 1849. FOR MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, &c 2legistered as a ( "ompany having securedr assets in Victoriu. " DECLARATION OF BONUS. The peridicel inve.t gatsin ju-t complletle siewws teho fo:hlwiteg gr, w,1 reseclt, viz,:- ~lcrieg tim fhve years ceded 31st December, 1S713. alter IRayeig claims be Deait'l. eIe lating al.,lel IRserve. for the future, Ihe C('st-surp/lus...

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GREYMOUTH IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

GREYMOUTH IN DANGER. The Evening Star thus describes.the narrowescape Gireymouth, New Zealand, had of being blown up on Saturday, the 13th inst.:--" Abont three o'clock a lady in a very excited state entered our office andinformed'us that a washlouse in the reiar of Mir Jones's premises was filled with powder, and'a fire was blaz' ing beside tlie bags'containiig it. 'Upon proceeding to the place withouit 'loss of time, wed fouiid the fire freshly extin guished;' the embers still smoking, and within two feet of where the fire had evidently been burning a few minutes previously'' were'' thee iordinary corn sacks each containing five kegs of blast ing powder; :A fourth sack,- similarly filled, was lying outside th door of the - hut, having"seemingly'b'ee'n dragged out from-.between. the othier three and the fireplace. This, we- aretold, had been done by Mr-'h . Wickes".a few. minutesapreviously, his assistance hav ing beenr asked by .Mr'Jones's servant, who hadlit the-fire'nid found th...

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SNAKE BITE [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

SNAKE BITE The following remarkable story of a man being frightened into a fi' by lhe bite'of a harmless, snake is told by the Ovens and Murray Advertiser of Fri day :- "A farmer nirbed Michael Toohey, was in the act' oflifting a split rail, when a snake about5ft. it length sprung up and bit him on the knuckle oftheleIt forefinger. Nothing daunted, Toohey first took steps to terminate his snakeship's existence, and having ac complished thht, set to vork rigorously sucking the :wound, and went into the township for further advice. Heze the wound was inbised, acd a ligature tied round the wrist, end he was plentifully supplied with brandy. Under this trearment he appeared to get worse, and a message, was despatched to Benalla tor Dr. Nichblson. In the meantime Mr De Snyres, of Dookie South, arrived on the scene, and ad ministered ammonia, and, as Toohey, appeared very drowsy and difficult to rouse, and his fiiends were getting verv anxious, hie determined to inject am monia into the v...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

BALiARAT .LIVE STOCK MARRET. March 2. lIESSaS POWERS, RUTHIERFORD AND CO. report i-Fat Cattle.-514 was the numbeit for sale. The qualityon the whole was very good The attendance of local buyers was very fair, 'but there were very few country buyers. Tbe sales opeied at a reduction on last week's rates of from 10s to 15s per head, and continued 0so until the close. Best.beef from 2Ss to 27s 6d per 1001bs. Averages : Black, 6 -station-bred bullocks £14 8s 4d, 90 store do.: £9 17s 8d; Calvert, 40 store do. £10 15s.2d, 39 cows £8 lls 3d; Clifford, 60 store bullocks £10 4s, .6 cows £8 5s ; B. D. Scott, 28 store hbullocks £9 12 Sd, 13 cows f8 10s 4d. Fat Calves.-46 were yarded, which weretvery.fait veal, and were disposed of at lsit week's quotations; best heavy siakiig 70sto 75s; good ditto, 60s to 65s. We sold,ontside; for Mr Everingham,;8 good calsves, ats £3'17s 6d. Fat Sheop.i-12,000 w-as our supply for the week. The quality was very indifferent; there being scarcely any really good ...

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POETRY. THE LITTLE HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

.... E--r R ¥. _~ POETRY. THE LITTLE HANXD. TanaT hand of thine, lily precious child,. How oft its soft caress I woo, And'asok, with moon a hope and fear, What is that littlo hland to do? How ductile, soft/nnworn by toil, The ready instrument of play, It executes the fancies qusint That makes thy life one holiday. It rolls the ball that guides the pes, Alnd ciphers stralin ctn deftly trace And oft, writh II re affection's 'isll, It fosfilly strol.cs my1 carcwon facs. The milic arms it wvcll an5wield, Aisd rein thy sm4l 'nd steady steed, And iwhen we con the lettered p1ipe, Points to tie tiny oirlds wle rcand And in thyparents' linrd' Sti clasped, * Whlen night sond ilrui our praycr is p1rsd ; And pillows oft the rosy cheee" When slumber's spell is on thee laid. :Twill not he als yvs thus, my hsy, For real lifo has other tasks- Wtist is that little hland'to do? Once more t~hy yeansing mother asks. Is it to guide the seasan's hels, Or point the gssn 'mid flasliing swords ; Or will it ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

g PLIVE STOCKMARKET. - ;:. March l. itOv~e~js GEo. Don(IawrvT reports :--Fat aot~bttle-ll163 were yarded and sold ·ta-day, v' nearly all ef whiela were good to prime quality. The. market opcned at late rates, and sales were verv good throughosit. The two bhst drafts f?r?ward. were-from Corsngas mite, for Mr'J. M. Ashton, and the: Heart, Gippslsnsd, forldir James Baker. Quotations --Prime bullocks £12 to'£1317e 6d, good do ---Lb0 to £11, hest covw £8 to £9, good do P6 to7. 'L My sales" were-llO, J. M.. Ashton, averaging £12 2s 6d; 130, James. Baker, averagsng £11 l s. Fat Calves--b0 in. Although the eupply was large, late prices were extrehnely well maintained. . Prime r-alersa from 55s' to 65s, good do 30e to 4ls. IFat Shaep-- 1,700 entered for sale and dis-. rosed of. With the 'exception of a prime mob from Pobn Boon Station, and some lots icfrom the Westward, thegeneral ron of sheen sore cery infcirior, and proved a perfect drs. anood: sheep were, readily told at a. slight' ..a 00...

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WEIGHTS FOR HANDICAPS, COLAC RACES. COLAC HANDICAP, TWO MILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

WEIGHTS FOR HAIh)ICAPS, COLA.C RACES. COLAC H-A1FDICAP,'TWO IILES. st. lb. st. lb. Calaba 9. 0 Modesty 7 13 Cleolite 877 Hero 7. 7 Flying Scud 8 7 Novice 7 4 Blazes 8 4 Browniock 7 1 Jack Sprat 8 0 Brownie 7 0 Postboy 8 0 HURDLE RACE, TWO MILES. st. 1b. st. lb. Postboy .11 7 Miss Grizzle 9 9 Cororooke 11 0 Argus 9 8 PomborneitlO 10 YoungErin 9 3 Panic 10 6 £neas 8 7 Sprightly 10 2 DISTRICT PLATE. 'st. lb. . at. lb. Hero 8 7 Vanish 7 7 Brownlock 8 1 ·YoungErin 7 5 Pomborneit 7 11 Oscar 6 11 Sprightly 7 8 H. M; HEARN, • Secretary Colac Race Club. Mlar0ch 4th, 1875.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

lp~' GESU1NE· WHEEiL.R AEI)· T:"H ?LON :SEWING M1~ACHFiNE 0 only ,oichine warraiiited to give saijefac -?e re pectfhlly ask the Public °not to he; led y1-la poff ofour Rlivaslof .lroier. be smber of Sewring Machinesl impertedi other goods) is no uriterien ,of the onin-I sold, "the 'evidence of which bles in the! i'.i~that Melbourne' s overstocked witli-thei rttiono of 1874 - --. : , easons.why the- " W~HEE·LER MaDP WISON"~ 'a far superior the Singer" . .ii:w l do more work and-do i. W .:endW.,is much meredurable. It w:i/will..last alifetime,.and ron for years .itheout repair.. : . i: /heW. aindW.' is easier ·towork than the K ,:singer. .",: ?-·: .. . ' ' : : ,fhe 'V. and .W. ias noet so liable to get out ? - of erder. •'"" " , - -' The W. andaW. has no-coo wheele to wear. away andbreak, as hasthe Singer. " The W, and ,W. has no hiea'vy machiiasryoio iti.r; and weary the feet, as has the hisg~er~: i :' TsW and~ WT in mere samnple an action. SeW a?d W Vhas:le?s?wuear and tear.: " W. '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

P TT E O SfE ; FinesL ~~ht' Pr ' ~ugre (: j~~~hebt~iil BRELIMTNAUY NOTIUE.~ *Thn Third GF~AND CONOERTr of the Colac Harmonic Society will be given'on Thursday, the 18th March, 1875. W. W. GREENE, Hon. Sec. Mlarch 4, 1875. R A B 13 I T S. PARTIES desirioue of supplying the Western Meat Preeervig Company, Limited, with RABBIT. are requested to apply to t?adersr ned, who can give every inforntin as to a large area of ground in he Stony Hises heavily stocked wi bbits, available for trapping. There isno tp thin the Rvertisemeat of March 2nd, purporting o be from the " Carters and Trappers of the Stony Rises." C. M. FARRINGTON, Mstnager. NOrICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR A TRANSFER OF A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. I, MARK MARKS, of Colac, the holder of a Publican's License for the House and Premises known as the Perseverance Hotel, situa at Colac, do hereby give notice th, it is my in tention to apply o the ustices sitting at.the Court of e y Sessions to be holden at Coisac the 19th day of ilarch,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

Tnu observations made by Dr Yrodl, the coroner, at the inquest lately held on the body of Dr Jenkins, have given rise to a great controversy respect~ing the nucrits of colonial beer. The coroner statet t hat the colonial beer wias poi sonous in the extremne, and warned persons against drlinkihg it, the deanth of' Dr Jenkins having been cause-l by an ovor-indulgence in thia liquid. The' remarks of Dr Youl were followed up by an article and Beveral letters in the Age. nkw.ipaper, and the colonial brew cra and their advocates have in turn taken up their cudgels, and a very acrimonious controversy has in conse quence been thoroughly established. The metropolitan journals each morn ing contain articles and numerous let ters on the vexed question, and the' proprietor of'that large establishment, the Carlton' Brewery, has announced that he will' give £1000 reward to any person-who can discover pernicious in gredients in the beer brewed in his es tablishment. 'The Age has declared that the ...

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HOW WE CIVILISE AND CHRISTIANISE THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

HOW WE CIVILISE AND UHRIS TIANISE THE NATIVES"'; -: A Queensland paper thu'~discourses on this subject:- . "The old type of the Australian black is fast dying out, and its place supplied by the civilised darky, who,i.s by no means an improvement upon his breed, the best part of whiob,"like po-i tatoes, are under the ground' .'Foir merly a piece of 'baccy,;'plour,- adi tugar,' were able to work wonders- and many a good day's work liaS'been bartered for a fig of colonial -and a pannikin of.flour; but this:tas ini the good old times, when tl' crack of a stockhrbip was a sign:to tthdte keeper to sling the kettle, and nit; as is now; too often the 'case, toi: cl?se' thie' dor-. The black bargains'- nio wiith'; lie shrewdness. of a white , an; 'f9i'd.iK quite as, if not more, indleien?;dsntjth'i' fact is, lbor i so ascarceliit & h ' f 'itb people would bo only to :glad to enim ploy blacki or any other kind of labor if they could get it;.and oU reragraut sEelling friends hav~:conne...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. THIS DAY. (Before Messrs. Beal, and Dr Rae, J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

COLAC POLICE COURT. Tnis DAY. (Before Messrs. Beal, and Dr Rae, J.Ps.) Police v C. Clittriea.--Summons for not obeying an order of the Court for support of his:ason in the Industrial School. 'Senior censtable Hall reported Cuttriss was in very poor circumstances. Order for amount due, to be paid in three months. J. Stott v John WVillis.-Adjourned case for wages due& Mr Hancock, for defendant, applied for a further· adjournment, as Mir Bartlett was absent at the Court at Warr nambool. Case postponed. for a week, 10s expenses to be paid to plaintiff, costs to be coats in the case. Neil v Willis.--Settled out ef Court. -V. Gaylard v Ann Lawes.-Summons for rent due. Postponed for a week, as the summons was only served on Thursday last. isabella Hart v WVilliam Johnstone. Summons for failing to comply with an order of the Court for the maintenance of his ille gitimate child. Mr Butler for plaintiff. Isabella Hart deposed that defendant was five weeks in arrears last Friday at 6s ...

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ARCHBISHOP GOOLD ON SECULAR EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

ARCBIBSHOP-GOOLD ON' SECU. LAR EDUCATION. On Sunday last Archbishop Goold presided at the dedication of tie IRoman Catholic Church of St. 3ohn oftheCross, at Moyhu, near Wangaratta. In an address, the congrogation said:. " " We also take this. opportunity' of assuring your grace that in the struggle to secure for the Catholic childien of] Victoria a thorough Catholic aducation otir hearts and souls are with you. "' We deeply regret to see your most pacific and mild, though:firm, adioni. tions perverted from their plain and literal meaning by a sec ilar Press, and your just demands dlenied by b secular Governmgnt.k' In reply, Archbishop. Goold said: " The Government knew. weil that if they suhbidised Protestant schools, they must do the same with Roman.Catholic ones; and, therelore, instead, they introduced a Godless sysiem of secular, educaiibn, fbr which Catholics were taxed. They knew very well that: similar thin?g happened years ago in the counutry, which manyod t them still call...

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COMMERCIAL. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

CO~l I] AR dAbL BALLARAT B HOLEIo 4fE PRODUCE MSARKET. larch 4. , .feIsrs Evoringhmai G:rcenlield &o:report -'Wheat is very-saleable, one or two trans action:t have. taken place at prices ranging from-4s d'Gto 4s Sd.. The action of tho Railwav dopartmient, howeveor, of raising •.rs.tr 150 per cent. on. Grain, Flour, snd "ohcr produceoop 'the Maryboroogh asd Beilasat line wilhlnvd ,a. vcry prejudicial '"Se?bct on the marert for the time being. Oats ar in fni?:lpplv at late Mtes, l)rices ranginog fironi 3s~2U" to 4s. Barley, Cape :cord Enholsh. or~ both wanted. Cape at 3s 0d to I. English, 3s to 5s2d. Hay--The iiolypb" ias slightly fallen off, and prices remain about the samce, manger £4 5s to £4 15n. Sheaves £2'ls55b £3. Straw, whoaten, • 2?s 6d to~ 7a Gd; oaten, 30s to 40s. Pots ts "'tosare Ios plentifiil, and the marhet here slightly recovered, prices ranging from .£2i lOs to £3, qualitSy being very variable.

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