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THE WONDER OF THE WORLD HERMAN'S WORLD-RENOWNED SHEEPWASH. AND Celebrated Vermin Destroyer. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

THE WONDER OF THE WORLD HE RIMAN 'S WORLD-ItENOW-?ED S HEEP W AS H. .Celebrated Vermin Destroyer. hlislpreoparaton is known throughout th civilised woria to be far superior to anything yet discovered for Eradloatlng Tic, Scab, or Ltce, on Sheep, Goats, or Cattle. It is suflncent to say that une Shilling Paocket of Powder dissolved in two buckets of water will wash eightteen hllep. This a?lits the most eeonomical. as well as the sleplcist plan in the world for tile cure and prevention of diseases tlcidetial to farm stuck. Byits use thie frmero in srcun, the health of hir tIn al largo sieep districts in Australia South America, and Africa, no other preparation is used. TheVeroin Destroyer is also invluablse for the Iur ptosoof tihe horticulturalist, and it is most euten sivelyused hythec Flower sand Kitchen Gardener in urope, Ameriea, and in the British possessions In all torts of the globe. Oto Packet dissolved in two uckets of owater will serve for over half an areo of grountd, and ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LONGWOOD DRAMATIC PERMANCE.. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

THE LONGWOOD DRAMATIC PER MANOR (To ' EDITOR 'OF TrE ADVERTISER.) SIn,-I hope you will allow -me alittle space in your very, valuable columns to say a few words on the above ientertain ment. On the 7th of September last a dramatic, performance was given in the Longwoodi Railway goods shed, in aid of the building of a Mechinics' and Free Library,. now in course of erection here ; but so, far we have been unable to find out the amount realised by the entertainment, And for what reason.it would be difficult to assign; as those that do know appear to keep it to themselves, arid those that don'tknow want'to find' ort. So I hope Mr. Editor you will enlighten us on the subject, as it is too bad that those who as sisted in order to make the affair a success should now be precluded from knowing the rcault as well as some of those that do. As I believe. it is theo usual custom in matters of this description 'tb hard ? ' report and balance sheet published show ing the receipts and expenditure....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

HERE. /2AND THERE. "A: wonderful case is on record of a snail which went .to :sleep.on March 25, 1846, and did not wake up till Marchl ,18.50.. It see`ms thia this snail was picked up in the Egyptian desert, and as he had retired to the topmo-t recesses of the whorls of his shell he was gummed on a peice of cardboard as though dead, labelled with the date, and sent to the ]British Museu n. HIe slept unconcernedly :for nearly feu: years, when, showing some slight signs of life, the authorities ordered him a tepid bath, and at the first touch of the welcome moisture, the snail thre-'t forth his head very eautiously, and then commenced to walk to t'.e top of the basin. The West African mud lish allords another itistance of lng continued existence in a slate of torpor. This fish--known as the Lapidosiren- lives among the shallows of Ilie river G(ambia, which are completely dry dur:ing the tropical sumncer. But before the drought oenmes, the mud-fish is wise enough to hide deep down in i...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE CONVICT O'BRIEN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

TIIE LATE.CONVICT O'BRIEN. THE unfortunate man O'B ien,convicted for the murder of. M.cAinch at Lance field, has suffered the extreme penalty of thie law. The majesty of huiman justice has been vindicatod, and., the appeal must now be made to the unerringidecision of the SupremePower. Our object in referring to the subject is far removed indeed from the intention of following to his dishonored grave, this unfortunhte criminal with censure or ohloquny. Nor do we desire to utter one word 'which would add a feather's weight of poignancy to those who still think of him with sad memory. No allusion to the case would have appeal ed in these columns were there notquest ions of vital interest and flr reaching significance associatel with it upon which we think it wise to ponder. Here is a case in which a man is con victed of a horrible crime by twelve of of his countrymen, after a patient, skilful and careful analysis of the evidence presented by the crown. The judge approved of the verdict...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

* I.LOCAL LAND HOARRD. Mossrs Waston and Dunn, .land officers were in attendance at the Benalla Court on Tuesday' last, and.dealt' with the following applications : S* 1 RECOMMENDED. '' William Maher, Balmattum, 88x. * Daniel MLeaon, Balmattum, 104a Frederick W. Allcorn, Boho, 99a Samuel Lighton, Bungeet, 346., Ann Wibe, Euroa,S120a John Vidler. Gooram Goorans Gong, 20a Wiliam H Thorne, Gowangardle, 131a 'Francis W. Whitfield, Gowangardie, 300a (subject to proof of ago)' Hugh M'Innes, Gowangardie, 160a (for 100acros) Charles Roach, Gowangardie,: 88a (for 60 acres) William F. Telford, Gowangardlie, 120a Alexander Roach, Gowangardio, 85a Maurice Bowler, Gowangardie, 160a (for 75 acres) William H. Thorne, Gowangardie, 70a (subject to survey) . James Wilson, Gowangardie, 320a (for 150 acres) Thomas Sims, Gowangardiu, 188a (for 100 acres) Richard H. Thomas, Gowaingirdie, 160a (for 150 acres) GeoroogeBrew, Gowanngariiq 200a (for 84 acres) Bernard F. Kais hl, Gow gardie, 76a John Benson, G...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

COUIBEpPO EaINcE. (Oo? columns are open for the discussion of all questions which are not-of a sectarian. ch'aracter. We wish it to :be distinctly. understood, however, that we do not necessarily identify our~elves with . the opinions expressed.by our cot respondents, All communications intended for insertidn most be addressed to 'the Editor, and` contain the name ani eddress,of the 'writer au a guarantee of` good 'faith, ED "A."

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

COJIERCCIAL. LIVE STOCK,. " Fat Cattle.- 1443 .'were " penne~d, prime sold from £14-:10a to £16 10 s; -good sold from £12 Os to ,£13 0 ; aecond do sold from £9: Os: to £1_1 Os; inferior do sold from £6. Prime pens of. cows sold "from £9 Os to £11 Os,i" good do sold from £7 Os to £8 Os; middling and inferior £4 10s. Fat Calves.-175 wero yarded. Prime sold at from 6Os to 8Os; good "do from 45s to 50s;" second-fromr 3S to 40s; in ferior from 15s. Mr J. G. Douglarty report having sold 0 -bullocks for Mr. L.-41cLean, Karra mothus; 9 ,fat calves for MIr. W. Kennedy, Miepoll, at £6 12s Gd and £5 respectively.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

iLOCAL MARKETS Thelocal mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; feed. oats 3s ; fowls wheat 3s.I . r. C. L. Deboos reports prics !' orollv an follow s: .. • -Fresh butter Od to 7d? ':Pottedbut ter Gid.. Eggs, Sd . Carcase pork,l under 1001b 4d. rFowls, 2s tc' s per pair. `Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s perpa'r. ! -Sheepskins 3d to 43d, :Hides 2d to.2ad. iKangaroo skins 9d to s. Id.' SWallaby 6d. to 7d.: :Oppossum 2 6Gd to 4s 6d. Bearn s ,G . - Wattle Bark, £2 to £6 per ton. J. E. Handbury and Co. report :: Butter (print), Bd- to=.7d per lb.; prime new 'casc, Gd to 7d do. old cask, Gd to Ga .; eggs, 9d per dozen ; honey, 31d to 4{el per. lb.;pigs 3d to 41d turkeys, 5s to 10s per pair; fowls, 2s to 3s; ducks, 3s to 4s G; oppossum -skins, 2s Gd to 6s. * Mr D. A. -Casement hay and corn merchant, Euron, reports-. Bran Is'3d. Pollard is 3d. Best hay chaff to ; 10s . .. Best straw do. to £3 Barley 3s Gd per bush. : :. Crushed 3s Od . 'Oats 3s 6d Crushed 3s 9d. Pp.. 4s 9d. Pota'oes to 8s 'per cwti...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

Sampson, 'the strong party, was the first mi?n to;advrtise. He took two solid columns to demonstrate his strength, and several thoiusand persons "tumbled" to his scheme. And he brought down the house. : As a protection against cold, a news paper worn across thchest is recommen Ued. Those who have had a newspapr wai ming can testify to its thospughness. .. . - " , ..?. '. .P .G ,? ::!. . " " Poetry is the blossom and fragrance of all human knowledge,..human. thoughts,, human passions, einotiodrns~id-language. Iftis frequintly'alsothe. delicate, snow white lining that fringes the wwavering willow -work of the Advertiser waste :asket.-Eo. A] A Poet sends us a dontribution entitled "Why do I Live?" After a careful read ing of the twelve stanzas of the' conun drum we reluctantly give it up, but suggest prussic acid or arsenic. "Have you a soul for poetry?" asked a wild-eyed man ashbe' entered our oflide the other dcay and threw down a roll of manuscript. "Well, I don't know about that," ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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RECHABITE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

1E~UJEicil.A TE C.CIi4JKIL On Wednesday last the Euroa Good, Templars journed to Avenel by the 10 a.m., train, to. play a friendly game of cricket with .the Test of: Avonel Tent. The folloiring gentlemen representing Enuroa,. esars. Bairortt, Bradford,. Brower (calptainl), Johnson,, iMeade; Neale; No-" lands, S... sun., Neelands, W. senr., and F. W. Sargood. On arrival at the Asvenel Railwaystation they were meot by several of the brethren who conducted the visitors to the ground. The gine com nIunccd aboutl12 o'clock. Brother Captain Brewer of Euroa, and Brother Captain Bentsof Avenel toasssed-up and the latter wininnin-, decided on sending his men to the wickets, but were soon disposed of owing to the good bowling of F. W. Sar good and Neale, for the small total of 18. It being then 1 o'clock,. an adjournment was made to the Hall for lbnch,- about 30 sat down to the tables, which were laden with good things. Abouttwo o'clock the game was resumed and concluded at half-past four. Th...

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"DORA MACDONALD." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

" DORA M1ACDONALD." 1 was eighteen almostawoman in years, I joyfully thought in' feolings I was free and uifettered as a child: I was lying on theograss, enjoying the cool breeze, which" however failed to cool the angry. thoughts that ran so rapidly through my brain. My hat lay at my feet, my ungloved hands exposed to the sun, were ruthlessly pul ling up the clover around me. In utter disregard of my attire for I had taken no little interest in my appearance that after noon, I lay angry, flushed, and heated; what was Marion .to me, that she should so unfeelingly-trample on all my feelings; she was only my brother's wife,'aiid liad never cared for.me; had slihenot' come betweeji Jack and 'me ? .Jack my only brother, -who:lhad loved me so much.be fore' she came across' his path, anid whos seemed to have no time .for ine noy,rno loving words and caresses, -as lie had had before. "I will not bear it any longer, I will run away !'. I said aloud, and if any thing happens to uo she will ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

P F. M'CLUSKEY wishes to.in form the public that he has SJUST RECEIVED" An extensive stock of TOBACCOEs, CIGARSI, CIGARETTES, Plain and Fancy Pipes, etc, Which. lie-::i :prepared to -sell at Mielbournc Prices. A variety of stationery, pens,:ink,-etc S always onl hand. Caiifornian Flour Mills, VIOLET TOWN. ALEXANDER ROBERTSON -EGS .to acquaint the, business S-:people and the farmers in the .district that having put A 1NEW BOILERIN THE MILL . :; , -. and .. Considerably Improved the 1chinery the mill being now -in" full workinig order, he is now .preparedto'iuiply? ' first class • FLOUR, BRAN. & POLLARD ." at the lowest possible prices.. Gristing.Done. GREAT CLEARING SALE AT, VIOLET- -TOWN. -GREAT- REDUCTIONS IN " WINTER DRAPERY, ? WILL COMMENCE-ON " SATURDAY, 30TH AUGUST. To those Requiring DRIAPERY, CLOTHING), ?C., He would respectfully draw their attention , to this sale, which will last for 4 FOUR WEEKS ONLY 4 During which time, ALL DRAPERY' Will be.Almost GIVEN AwAY, To m...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA POLICE COURT. Friday, 24th October. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

E1IROA POLICE COURIT. Friday, 24th October. . Before Mr M'Cormack;' P. It., and Meissrsi. Birkett and McKenna, J's P. E- - 5JECTSIENT.D. C. L. Do Boos .. J. H. Tcgue' and Co. This was an action for to obtain an order to eject the defendants from a piece of land in McGuinness street, . - Mr. R., J.-'Fuller, fromin Seymour, in structed byjMIr. :S. . Lamrdck, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Cohen froin Sandhurat for the defendants. Mr. 'Fullber.in opening the case stated that.soiio time ago, Mr. Do Boos, had leased a piece of land to Messrs. Teague and Co., upon.which were, erected cattle, and sheep. pens. In 'the agreement which ,was drawn up, a'proviso was insorted mak ing it :cmpulsory on: the 'defendants to keep the yards in proper repair... -As the defendants had taken down the pens, the piaintiff: contended that they had broken this proviso,'. and, as Teagueo. and Co.,. would not, relinquish the l "laund he had been conipelled to bring this action. • Mr. C. L. Do Boos, depose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

STATIONERY. STATIONERY, .Note Paper,. ,. ... '. Envelopes; . -' S Pocket Books, Exercises, . ; . ' " : - .". --Playing'Oards, Led Pe ils,l SBlack Ink:. Colourea Ink, Rullers,, - * ."Pena,- Pc S- . Etc., Etc. .. AT THB' ,';'. " -, Advertiner',Ol e e .. !,A 'NDE S0N :SAiTB| EET, THE N:ATIONAL INSURANCE Cdonpainy of New Zeal:?nd . a ined'Nt! °` W" Zes ancl. "r 77 Collins street, East Mlelboure. --. -- Local-Asent-' F T'C"?F. S.Neale, A?drtiser office.-. , oo BOOT i-ii SHOEMAIKEER, KIRKLAND-STREET,. EUROA. .-iepaira Neatly. executed at Shortest Notice.: .Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. 1 0 L E T'T 0 W N . And JEWELER-.of EUROA, -. nay be seen at Mr Tuckett's Refreshment ,co ' a: s every WEDNESDAY, where . rders may be left any time during the w. _ .-.eek. . li OMTE OPA1l GENUINE H{EMOPATHIC The 'following 12 most commonly -used -bMedicines, TlINCTIURES .. OR . PLU1ES In a Carboard Case, end incliuding DR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, " The Stepping Stone to HIoma:opathy and Health," may be obta...

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VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

VIOLET TOWN MEMS.   Mr. Thomas Kelly having decided to give up the furniture and ironmongery business, and confine himnself solely to groceryand drapery, has placed the whole of his ironmongery and furniture in the hands of Messrs. Watts and McBean auc- tioneers, who will dispose of them to- morrow at eleven o'clock. t is an. old and ti-e saying' that a "little knowledge is a dangerous. thing" inasmuch as it often leads people into troulle. Mr. Elworthy a grazier residing somenicfew nmiles from here, is. evidently one of those persons, who are to be found everywhere, who imagine they know a little abont. law, and nothing pleases them better than to appear in court, and arrgue before the Beilch. Mr Elworthy, ]iowever -found oi Samurd'y 'that the adage-. i loted -above is a very' true one, as his " little knowledge" cost him just fire guineas. It appears that so?ie time ago, Mr: Elworthy engageil a Mr. and Mrs. Camneron as over :seer and housekeeper at his place, and rent...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

iWanted. W ANTED: FILES of, the "f Euroa Advertiser" from March 1st to 4th July. Apply, "Advertiser" office, Euroa.: '~WTANTED CORRESPONDENTS in S. the country districts. Full paer ticulars at this office. .· ! ]F o r . ale. , .. FOR SALE.. S HOP and DWELLING, Binney-street. , Euroa, at present occupied by the Colonial. Bank. . C, ?L DsBoos, Euroa.. -TASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. S Advertiser Office. SkADDLE and BRIDLE (Engli1sh) for 3 sale. Apply Advertiser Offico, Euroa. .?.- FOR SALE. Q GREYHOUND PUPS by Werribee Ho;io out of Lady . Werribeeo Hope (imp) by Depend on Me (imti) but of Drucilla. ' Lady by Blue Skin (imp) out of Sappho Price 25s. Apply ......... D. A. CASEMENT. . Lost etc. tQTR APED into my paddock, one white • STEER- strawberry neck and head-; ,lso one whrite HEIFER, both about 18 months old, and both branded either K or X off rmmp and off ribs. The owner can have same by applying to THOS. FERGUSON,,Faitlhfull's Creel:, Euroa. STRAYED into my paddock oh the ? 16th Oc...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

AERs BAGS: TEA -PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY ,THE. "AIDVERTISER" . Ofice. T ALLEN, }Ger " l: ET TOW . . -. Ss:" - ii vahwys on hand f?r_ saleo-,: : Building materi usal Gal vaihiidd Iron. Lime";. . . .. ,':. - Fenu wir Cement, Qire Best brands,) n .A'e l for,:iho .N?SZEA\L\ND 110\N XI)D : ERCANTII:?Er ;AGENCY CO : elbou - .rn 9 g~a 'Cash Advalices made against ra: : . ndjo Tcol. Agent for.the . Comnimercil; .Unioin Fire A.KssnrlanSce ocaety Melbourne,' - MUTUAL ASSURANcOE SOCIETY ' V . .OF VICTORIA:'- ` " S... Agent for. M'Cornack Reaper and pTine.' Binder, and oilier . . gricultural Implenients, includin = ": DOBIE'S SEED' SOWER, :'PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION COfURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE SRICES, 'Ox TaHE SHORiTEST NOTICE. : MUTUAL ASSURANCE' SO-' CIE'Y OF VICTORIA (LoieirxD) ea: d Office, .79 . Litile Collins -. :.:.- . street; .West Melbourne; ' c?- ;? :PIolicyers. Divide llthe PArofits " SDIREC(TORlS Mr Th...

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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC Messrs. M'Kay and ]'Donald report A large quantity of producFe tohand to day, which met vi.Lh brisk coinpetition. and sold at the following quotations:: -Cheese::Prime quality in good demand, nud sold .at from 7d. to &l. per lb.; medium, 6d. to 7d. ; iniferior from ld. Potted Butter: Prime new make, G6d. to -Td per lb;; good old, Gd. to S.d. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to 9Id. medium, 7d. ; inferior. Si. Eggs, from 9d. to 11d. per dozen. Bacon: Smoked hams,l0Ad.; sides, 7d. tond;litches, .ld; do., green, from 53d.d to'd., c acording to quality; Honey, Gd. foi good garden lorts bush, 31d. to d. 4 Beeswax, 10d. per lb. Lard, 4d. to 5d. per lb. Turkeys, iroml 10s. to 16s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to Gs.; geese, 8s. Gd.; fowls, 4s. Gd. to Ls. Car 'easiopork, dairy fed, 6d.per'lb,

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

GAZETTE NOTICES     Mr George Gordon has been appointed to be a trustee of the land temporarily re served as a cemetry site at Euroa, in the room of D. Cree. deceased. Mr E. Brown,. of Benalla, has been granted a certificate of service by the Municipal Surveyors Board. Selection surveys in the subdivision 12 of the Benalla Survey District will be undertaken by Mr Richard Fennelly until 2nd January, 1885. Applications under Land Act 1869 refused. -Patrick. Kildes, H. A. Wright, Gowangardie; John Wright, Upotipotpon; Donald M'Larty, Goomalibee. Transfers 0f leases registered.-Patrick Murphy, 176a, .Euroa, to D- M'Kernan, Balmattum; James Artridge, 40a, Euroa, to John Artridge; Emma Evans (formerly Guppy), 242a, Goomalibee, to Walter     Guppy, Benalla.

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st., 1884. THE RACING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

.PUBLISHEDEVERY FRIDAY MORYNIN. ' MODERATE.iBUT PROGRESSIVE ." --FRIDA-F TOBER_3z.t.,-1s ~ THE RACING CARNIVAL. To- omnow the racing furore will have commenced, and before our next issue, *ill have all but terminated. Moralists say it` is` well that an impenetrable veil" hides thefuture. Men would mad den at the prospective disasters that await them, or become delerious with intoxicating relish at the good fortunes which the near or remote future will unfold. We are on the margin of a period pregnant with the iundeveloped destiny of many of our fellow colonists. What it will unfold, to the most crafty, and penetrating is an unsolved problem. In the mean while anxious expectancy is the leading characteristic of the community. Trtdesmen, vendors, caterers, and tricksters hope, under the balmy sun shine, to reap a substantial return youth and beauty antizipate the op portunity to display gorgeous robes, graceful costumes, brilliant colors, ravishing beauty. and bewitching exr hilirance...

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