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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

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EFFECT OF COLD ON MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

EFFECT OF COLD ON MILK. Thb following, taken from -the Melbourne Weekly Tinies' Paris letter, will repay perusal : — 11. Tisseraud, having visited the dairy dis tricts in the vicinity of the Baltic, draws atten tion to the advantages to be gained by the -con- servation of milk,1 the preparation of butter, and the making of cheese, at lower temperatures than what arc generally employed. France, and pern aps otuer countries , as well, mils to -enjoy all the advantages in butter-making that tbe farmers of Denmark aud Sweden reap by the adoption of a lower scale of temperature. In France it is believed that, in order to obtain good cream and good butter, Ibe temperature ought to be maintained between B3dcg, and BSdeg. Fahrenheit ; below this the crc-ani,' it is alleged, will not mount. M. Tisseraud has been experimenting on milk fresh from theobw at tem peratures varying from 41deg.,- BOdeg., ' and OSdeg., ^pending twenty-four and thirty-six hours, - arid found that the -cream rose most...

REPORTS. J. G. DOUGHARTY'S REPORT Melbourne, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 May 1876

REPORTS. . ?. ' J. o. dougiiahtt's bkport Melbourne, May 17. Fiit. Cuttle.— 1,450 were yarded fur to-day's fbIc, consisting from tnudiurii to prime, the larger. proportion being from Gipps Laud, and one lot of Noi-tliero cattle ; the balance . from i near town. Tbc at tendance of towu-aud country, 'buyers was pood. Sales opened briskly at a slight advnncc on last week's rates, but on pro gressing a downward tendeuey was shown, unless for prime pens, which maintained their price, best going to 27s Cd per. 100 lbs. Quota tion? Best bullocks from £12 to £13 17s 6d ; good do £10 10s to £11 IOe ; medium do £8 to £10 ; inferior do £6 to £7 10s ; cows, a larger number than usual, some fetching as high as £!). Fat Sheep.— 17,90.6 were , penned for the week's supply, crossbreds as. to quality far sur passing the merinos, of which very few prime . ?were offered. Sales, unless for /really prime, ; were dull, nnd slowi in, being, effected,, but best qualities were moved off about saine quotatio...

BOOK ABOUT THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

I* ? ' 1 BOOK ABOUT ,THEIIT.| Otli old kfid t.- ingetiipua friend, the. lnde fatigable Samnel Stnilea, known for his Xivesf of George and Robert Sttphcnton, Stlf'Htlp i and other works,' has just added another (oj hialiitbftiBefii) produclioiisin Ihefpmiofa! amaUiianjly yolume nnder the title of Thrift \ .^eil^re not going to attempt a review of the' book, further llian to say that . it . is a pains-: taking assemblage of iiints, advices, and re-; I marks on the subject of domestic and indi vidual frugality, seasoned with pithy anec dotes collected from a variety of sources] The book, of oourec, is addressed chiefly to' the mannal-laboring classes, but th» conduct' -if those in * higher BOeial sphere dru siiot^ escape criticism, nnd for all there is something which-jnay be laid tp hciii. Ah oj^ndilition to, yillBge atid ^oWn libraries, Thrift may be recotnjn. ended as emibently suitable. Wc; ?'enhjoib a'fcw'extractB. ' ; : ' , i Itemarki^K it) hisplain way, ' if ajnan does not kpow ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

OF HOM.btfAT'S PITjLS ANi) OINTMENT. j 1 most Tc^pectfully take leave , to. call i)ji» nitcn tion of Lheinbal-it»iits of Anstrnlnsin tn ihr fa* that Mcssre.- ttENltYfOURK A'# A'.Co^ WJioie- ; tale Druggists. (if NEW YOllK, have Apencios j In'varionn prirtfCnnd that^huir, TravelleiVfl'c , going all over the country vending: SPUR TOT -S IMITATIONS -»f'*ny — Tills., and .Ointnu-nl, \ which they make in Now York. and iv*ich Imar | in some instan- ces their- tr,idi- mark thn«— —whilst on oilier j lftlela of this ft in omitted, j tlie bettor lo -1c-\pBr®S*®ccivo vnw. but the wor^a 4 New Turk' nre retained . MuHi thin fictitious stuff is soM in the Auction Sydney and el«|- | w.hr'iv, autl readily finds its way into the hack | settlement*. These nre -vile frauds, as I do not aflow my.Mcdicuie ev*n to1-efi'ld.iu any part of j thir United Stiteplj they areonly made'hy meat i 5SS. Oxford-sircft; London. ' I The Pnmn people are circulating a report that j my business* is about to be f.»rmcd int...

RELICS OF THE OLD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

REMC6 .qs; KE OLp UACE. ? ? ? ,i J3y an . Pocaswaal. Contributor.) 11 What's in'' a name;' ^aid ii' hungry ' g.-ld digigerto his: mate, ifc he tincoveretl a large flat stone fron} the ashes, where, t\v-i hours before, he had placed a flat chass;,o£ f}ongh. ivbicji ho now cxpeetcd to takeout as damper. u Nothing,' replied his mate, -''-when a feller's hungry ; give fis'a'juiik of 'that, -'land -call_ it-crackling.-i^ you like.' Both were; grieviously. disappointed to find tlint the thing remained, stone, cali it what they'ird'ild -;iand they ,-did cnlUit some, queer names, aB-incy mscpvcreaMnat-ja: practical j.-K3 had beon practised on them.' And t-licy iiever see. a damper-sh tned stone f-'ince without thirik idg of 'that supperjto bi^hj . / j } ' i j 't j S?«Bo^w\y3iat4s in r the jname ? The ? digger wonld'fjbihk of tlie'^itfng'iy 4i!i^h't a'ntl the whop ping Btones_i$ thefen^., of .'thc;4riyp .^nd shaft ; the miller will invisi m sec .thb whirling'mill stones as tliey 1l-raift lfu...

THE BUNYIP AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

sm BDNYIP AGAIN. AWmvv^aDrettiii for the Sega, Standafd.S The JBunyip's spree on the Bendigo having, cattseicf some discussion as to the existence of such an animal, it may be interesting to some to1 go more Ifflj^Mfto the subject. It may elicit fnrther inionnRtion. Like' the notorious sea' serpent, so many improbable accounts are re lated, and these opposed by experienced pro' ggpfSfj&aff robs the colonies as trfucfr nS* mo~t pcrMii and'stSdled - -ttii/n«i«irt ,n'-l Is a good sized 'lagoon, ' I have ieara- or ine -wViifrna nnd blaCKB. but have never made^ut.-ot^dr^e t^'jivth^frT-thoTigh, no doubt, some' large creature maf frfcqhently be fleea ? itTOaybe'-only^me-animaLwearewell . acquainted witfr.- iai?^b.d4t|MlitIu ouiui«lB_^»ro found in some psfffs^iafis^arge colony which are totally unknown -in others, Let us-^ake the alligator, which .is fomlff&ly to the northern rivers. As every ofte _,hM«ot seen these ternfitf creatures, I will gi#a«Spription of one which' was...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

OXTG0S IS JijFB.— 1^'-' &Rii)ity ' ^Bog r body HS^BilDLTri,bDi!6: of ' a're * ' liopflessiy Nervous nnd liiver (^Inplainftf, depression of Spirits, ' ;Hyp6pondm; llmf^f^Vlrifliges^iohi Failure ' of ^Hearifre/Siglrt,' and Memory) -lisMBtiide, Want of po^or/.fe'^ wliWse easesadmit of a perhlahS'n MrfrkS ' t-y the ne\r jemedy frffoSPHO iiTNis (Ozoriic:iOiy£en)i' ^lircl) -at i onoe jellays | nil irritation ana^iot^Ilement, imparts now. energy nnd lifd'to1 tlie pnfcebled iCpnBtitution, nnd rapidly cnrpBjBypijj stage of tliesu liitlierto , ? iiicuralilo and jdistroRBijijt .nrmladieB. . gpj.d ,by all iGlieAfifitB Jlnd. Druggists ..throughout tile ?Gtol»,v#^Am«HJ-Tl3.i-V: large and ;,in crossing di-innnd for Dr. Bnglit's , Pho'splio dvnf line led to neve rel iimlationa under eomo . , wlmt similfir.-nfiniea i' jpWrcljiiBCTB ottliis njedi -. ? ciun elionld alipjpf^re,.,.!;? .^8reTn];nlp;.o!-6erye.. ?. 'tlmt, cacti cr\BRil»fara jtlia GoTprnmetit Stpinp, j will iii« f, words, Dr. iBrjgl...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, June 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

?TFimTij T^j^i Mf?! j . . rwu-.yaa.ju — r^crniia -A-og-rg ('FbOM OUE I^LE(miiHro-COEEESPOirr)E!JTl] .UmfU£i±C££-3n i .. $-3 .rwAYl -V-VrfaSW^ ??«*&' xs£& 8 .T 0 1 HfH wifcQ ,.j«5f ,iiR3f(8 Jf68E$8|d. brittle ? ^'^6: ^Hway^'JfcanliE^tiniajte/ was introduced. Thojtem of £740^000 for the ffiavrariA Bail way dine !was tvarmly debated-,! the' diBctissioli'cbritiiiuiriff^ntil ,nr..r^.TT^74 J'\'m . 2U--J- ™ ifirfc.J one o clock Jthismortong^ana.waB^ad . journed until '. ? A Bill authorising! the : government to, n ego tlafc^BofcdferXDiSlAlns '(Treaties . ,.;i,ir-i»7f?,i-i,.| - H.i|i'' / ,.???(/., in-, 1^,. with^heineignDoi^ng oqlpniQS ,was 'reaH: ^ fijsf tjrajfi1.1';!;'! '?? /' ' Another 'Clnne«3 ''glan^' levetf feet ^l^cwi^^^^^liei^bty arrived frdin: .-Eoagl»ng. YT';'.. 'J^p, ?' '? Exefetitivtf rOoimcil', have^corc i touted 1^ewqte.u(^,ofi-d(|^: £ak^ufton Dalby for -Tap'e.-to-itbH gear's: i hard viaOQp.ii.ij.i ?-(.»':(a?!! ; t-n !?': '????% ttdtf ' waW 'fouiidi in -Hydis'....

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

Vn; . t« : - whtffe^eOWp'Rp^'On M-iy ;80tli., at Wagonga, by tjis Rev W Eaker, John ; Gep, of Bega, to Georgina Sniitli ' Ay -?& -E4ftpi)iter of A.iFred Gowdrov,:Esq.i of ilf. '7.,?. . — .1 '? i .* ?/* ? ? : . ! alaJ)AB AXEMAN, t^On c, SOtfe .TMay, -at his ?sk MeiiDglo. William, r *~'of Joliri:;Batenian,' aged 1 ; v;?' jitl/r*,rfrrTT 'T' 1 r'i ? ; . .. — — :gv-w Principle*: ylaMl^E: 'g,'N387G

CRICKET MATCH AT EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

CRICKET MATCH AT EDEN. . On Monday last the Candelo tenm took a trip to Eden to.play a friendly game. The match wajB a one sided; one, for Candelo, hitherto the almost invincible, had to take a ' back seat The result is reported to be attributable; to the. splendid bowling of George Davidson and O'Connor. The: Candelo taen speak in the highest terms nf 4lin Iranfiunl 1 ^ vnnmrnJ I'.inU . 1, „ Bay residents ; a splendid ground to play on, a friendly and pleasantly ' conductcd match, arid a ' joliy dinner in the eve ning.- Tho visitors returned home charmed with the kindness they received on all sides, and promise as liearty a, reception to the sca-siders when they-visit Candelo to play a return match. The following is the scoie, kindly for warded to us by one of the scorers,' Mr S. Solomon, .jnnr. lst-inniogs.; : . Gandelo. - j- 5ad innings. Jos. Keys,' not out 6*0 O'Connor ... 0 J. Keys, c J. Davidson 3 b'. O'Connor ... 0 A. Cook, b G. Davidson _ 1 Bt.G. Davidson 0 M'Phail, b., O'Co...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

- -,na js( b,,.r,ty: ? ?] ^ Vieast given : of expressing a firm opinion that it is no ' policy to allow the immcnRc surplus to re main of benefit only to tho bank tliat is fortunate enough to have the sole control of ;the public monies; but that a large jpoportjop pljonj^'' bo- expendc^ in'repa? dnctivoW)rki, anil 'in' profiioting a Healtii^ «U-eRm,«f-4mmigration. This result may not bo quito satisfactory to Mr Patikiis in a personal point of view » nor, will jti).e considorpd satisfactory to the colonists generally that a further breathing ' time has been giren otj the vital question of the importation of laboj^, and the needed ncliiition'tb oiir ' bone npd sinew ' ; tut it ' will go to show ,thc Government that un less tliey conje before next Parliament ' prepared to face the immigration question, 1 they m,u$.t inoke way for a iieW/adminifitra- ' ?lion will) (he ineyitab],e Paukcs at iho head of it. ' ?' - To the country generally it matters 1 ittl 0 whether tinmigration comes wit...

PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

p) j%£ ;pNBnp|.! (F^w'SwiOOEBESPONDENT.) Last week I spent a pleasant evening with a ftippd retui^od froni a tour through the Begkidis'triet/ 'L He \-ot being one of those who travels ?' from Dan to Bcrsbeba and yenrs,inslead-v-fi'ft'«criibbynnwildernes8^a». numerous population, comfortable home steads, 'tthousond? of y .cattle,- and well fenced paddocks { but a sad deficiency of wintfirJpdder.fox.the.4)pi3r^.b£aat5.„A XfiK. weeks ago the country presented^ an arid ness' tb the i eye ' really' oppressive.] * I thought on the adage of May iSp some thing'forr si/ iainy. dnf twrd' jcaiue in; Ahe conclusion .:it,. .would read better reversed, and 'store 'past something for a dry. season ' be the future motto. ' Do you heithcr plough, sow,' nor reap? I enquired of a shrewd looking mi0dle-nged -man, -the proprietor of a large dairy furm.- Plough, sow, and reap! Sow what?! Sow rye grass j sow clover seed ; sow once ; sow always. ' When it comes to that,' he re plied, '.vremay give up. No, ...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876. Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

' LA^D OFFICE/, Thursdav, May 25, 1876. Conditional Purchase. No 66. — John Jaunccy, County of Auck land, parish of Brogo, .50. acres, section 21,, adjoining n'prth boundary of his selection ' of-40.ricres :No 3, and 50 acrcs No 81;' ' . '

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

The Pedestbias 'Champion. — A movement befen'ilet''bS'Soby!in' -Miitland, according to the Mercury, amongst the^admirora of HoljeiJ, Fletcher jyat^jR;;3n8jha5pion rnnnerof Atis -taMKMSjs' rtlnn'ing, and'hte 'foVariablystisog'htfdrH-ardj and honorable condnct-during his pedestrian carepr/t It-is '?also^iApbsed-tib givb Tinn ' a-dinnft,; and .moke the onajalta anoppbrtrini-j ior-praaebting. iho medal. ? ? : ' '*SZ X 'fiouxniiLT Toe ME8TE&' ,5To 'wftke jLU .tbe of jth^mglit, bathed in 'cold pewpirafibn; libm some', terrible 1drcflDJ, givf» the nervos^a. Bhpt^c from, wiiichjt, {takes longer ,tpfccoverthan,mb6tpebpleim.agin1e. ; Many nc\'er slpc^ without disagreeable ^dreams. ;]Thcse nocturnal hallucinalions ^15 t)ib,fiesiilt of indigbstiori .flhd ricrvons 'd^orde^s. tp' wbchras well to hysteria, hypocoridiia, 'and, liteniip !??iffi cultiesj . UpoLPjao. yffihFE^e aeo- . aiATic Schnapps. :area comjileteantiiljjt^- 1

THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

Thdrsday, June 1, 1876. No '67.— George TDibley, County of Dam? pier, iparish !ofCadgangiary,' 50 -acres, seb tion 13, east ot E ;Bowii*e, and south pf Daniel Tarlinton's, . formeily W Suther land's. ?. .. .No, 68.— William Bartley^ County . of Auckland, parish of Mookerwah, 60 acres, ior more, section 21, taking up ail vacant land between his last 40 acres, tho Amcri- : can creek, 'and E. Gilrpy's land ; and taking frontage to Brogo river'. No 69. — George Solway, County .of Dam .pier, parish of Narira, 00 acres, section 21 adjoining his 60 acr^s, formerly Mary Solway's; at Dignam's creek. ' : Total ; Receipts. On conditional purchases ... £55 0 0 For interest... ? ? 30 11 6 £85 11 6

Original Correspondence To the Editor of the Bega Standard, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

Original CorrespMd^6^ \ To Hue Editor of the Bega Standard, Sik, — In the late issues of the ibtrfTuZard tbete have appeared, I believe, one or' more letters in reference to iny conduct and expressions 86 C&tecbift of this portion of the Eev. Mr. Fannce'-s ia criticism, nor that tou have permitted voiir ?igbt to private judgment, and , my claim to liberty of action in the church, limited only by the instructions of my superior and the &ondi- tions imrter which I received my license. Even^ *^vcrc M t a dickniB^^cbuld -not^^f wm ? Hift* therefore soliciytbef ftvorpf Its j)ublicBtion. Although not holdipjg; myself resp- nsible to those amongst whom my labors are appointed, I 'yet -hold it -justly dne to, my position, and toythem as members, of tbp same cliurbh, as jftiepds |,nd as -men snpportiue and attendip£ my mimptry and more or less affected by rny teaching, that 1 Should be^trepated, when such public .s^tepents are -nade or other reports. ciroWated 'likely, to pro...

EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

EDEN. . , (Frpm -our Correspondent.) A tea and public meeting was held ih ere on QueenV Birthday to celebrate the eleventh anniversary of tho Presbyterian Church at Eden. - '*'- . A' large unoccupied store — of- which there are too. many— w^ls: tastefully deco rated witli evergreens, flags and flowers, and brilliantly,, lighted . for the occasion. Four tables were laid,' and abundantly supplied with a variety of delicacies, the gift of ladies, members of the congregation. Aboiit'fl]hlJtylred and ~.tygirty 'persons sat . do\yp tp jia?t?ikj3 ; of ike, dainties. After tea the Rev' W Baker was voted to the chiiirj and ift'~ah iippropriatij introductory address referred to the blessings which 'arise from union nniong Christians. Suitable addresses^ ..were., delivered by Messrs ® M: Wliitij Osborne (of Bega,) Kebhy S»nd iMorri son ; 'S e veral of jSankey's hymns were iSung -during the evening ; a recitation by Mr (Osborne ; and a collection madq;jNoijT. b.ehalf ,of ,.J»he Siinday- ^bool L...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

qomme^SSl.^^ ' Broa Stakdahd Office, Friday cvcniug. We received the following prices current jby telegram this (Friday) evening : — lllfcfi j ifijripfBi' fcTfiw HaRja' TKisu ^r4b) ' ' vr.'v ~ ^trw^r pefubb ' Hides ? O 0 4 ' lb Tallow ? 30 0 0 ' Ion Pigs . ? 0 0 R ' lb . Bacon ... ? — . 0 CL1!) ' ' B'uttSrTT' ;^T.;r ~~r:r f ChceseTS'j T.i: wATVSJiSJ ' ' Oafs ,??? . ... 0 3 i ' bus) BaHey... 1 1 (.Wi Si'i 0. ii';; ' Wattle Hark ... ... ? ... 10 Q 0 ' toil , -pjour tjr ?. r- ... ? /.(T-. -13;/$- Q: £ 63 S:issox-ptrcot,'SyJii.cy, 2rtl4''Jufib|1874'J'' ' : :n '?£. -MELLlnAY'S PWCJC LIST. , , (Jiy-KIcctrlc .Tcltgvnph.) ? S.'d.' Batter... ? ' ... Q S 0 per lb. .Cheese/. 7. i-i rOM ; jty 07 0? JT -;1 Bacon ? 0 6 10 ' Hans ... A foi -i,V m-'l 0 ' Maize ... :r «.; ;0 3 2 per bus.' Jli^es .... .' ? ? ? 0 0 3 per lb. -HaHc' '..; ! ' ' .& 'H ^ :i% x- » 0 per irh. viour ... j ?u'j.n cms o o ' Tallow...-.,, ..,,28. ,0.0 per ton. Potatoes-' Vs. - iUJ;l r'- s,-.' ' 4 ' J9 -0 „ i -?- r ♦. ?'...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1876

?' SMpping, . r' : ?: Ulawarra Steam Navigation Company. ... WEEKLY Steamer lietwrnn SYDNEY, MKRIMBULA, .TARTU BA, and EDEN. J ? From SYDNEY , fevfiy TCESDX y m 9 A in. i TA/lTIl A cacli way, weatliPr jipriiiUtinp. Farpgnud freights fllWrj- Low U/itr*, '. i . NO Charge made Tor Meals . during :tlie . voyages of ijieBe steamers. ; AGENTS :..Merimliul#,*MT. Vincent Brown ; . Eden, .Mr^Kcqti^ and . at Tartlira, Captain Sergeant. Sydney. mti Mny, 1874. / : ReqUDAH- CoMMUMlJATloN Ii3s3k-' -??Between- . a*jT|^. SYDNEY, /lEDEMV and fiSai; w'\ ' TAKTHSA- \ rpHEsplenaiddipperbrigaiiUne noted for heffastnnd'ie'gular pftR3SgcR, will in future RUN.11EG UL'ARLY tieiween .'Sydney; and TCileh,:£»)linp.stTflrtl\rH enchway.-; . j : For full particiilnVaasto 'fl&tes'of sailing iind , ' »t«B of freight^ apply to'' - ' '.T ! . V, ' ' . : -te.'^il,H...BOLOMON,:' 1 I ?? '..'.j '? 14.' ,! Bden.| Bos!a^ Directory, i ' | ? A U C t I Q ,N E E R ,L j,' ' LAKD ANh COri | ?' Carp'street, Bega. - Lsc.d '...

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