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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS VIA PENANG. LONDON, 25th July. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS VIA PENANG. LONDON, 25th July. The Queen's prize at Wimbledon was wonr by Serg ant PIlllmin, of the 2nd Middlesex Rifles, with sa score of .74. The Victorians were unable to form an eight for the Kolnpore Cup, but an Inter national match toiok place between the Vic torians, English, Scotch, and CQnadians, on the 10th and 22nd. Tihe first day's shooting wa with tile Martini-Henry, when the scores stoodl-Scotch, 402; English, 401; Aautra. lons, 3891 Canadian, 264. On thiu second day they shot with small-bore rifles. The total scutes werc,--English, 830; Scotch, 827; Australian, 755; Canadians, 701. The Australian scores weret-Greenfleld, 1iti King,'liS. Sleep, ISl; Wardill, 143; r D er, 14. All tlie memnber of the team obtained prizes in All Conters' Maltches, amounting In the aggregate to the value of x:12. Tile heat has been excessive throughllout. The team have been sight-seeing in London, and the authorities at the Cololial Office have ex. hlbited a marked hospi...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian
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SUICIDE BY POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

uIOcIDE BY POISONING. C: ar. Candler held an inquest, at Colling. wood, upon the body of a woman named Jane Georgo, aged sixty-two years, who died under somewhat suspicious circumstances on Satur dayy last. Elizabeth Thompson, ;livtigiln P?lmorston street, Collingwood, deposed that ahoehad known tlhe decoased for somo lime past. She lived upon the rents of. souo cot tages ahe owned; On Saturday last witness hIaptened to call on her In the afternoon, and found her lying down upon a bed ln hor house. Sito said site ad taken someo arsenia, as shlo could not sleep, and gave witness to understanrd thatt sh took It to procure slep. A little while afterwards she fellipon the floor, and assistance had to bo ;procured: to lay -her -upon the bed:;) Dr. Hewlett was thlan sent for, but'beforo ho arrived she expired. Search was then mado for arsenaio,but none could be found. Deceased thad boen suffprlng very mucla Ittely, 'but` before that shebo was quite sound in her headt, and able to take car...

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MAIN ROAD BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

MAIN ROAD BILL. A conferenlco of delegates from the local bodies on the Mainu toad Maintenance Bill was hold at Ballarat on Saturday. The Post says? that there were thirty-six delegates present, comprising representatives from the councils of Ballarat, city and town, boroughs of Creswick and Sebastopol, shires of Ripon, Ballarat, Grenville, Lexton, Creswick, Bun Inyong, and Bungare*. The question was discussed at some leugth, the delegates being opposed to tihe bill. The principlo arrived at in the Eastern Town lahll was submitted, but president John Richardson, of Creswick shire, spoke strongly against the continuance of tolls; he was in favour of a motion dissp. proving of thL' bill in toto. Mr. Cooper (Creswick borough) would leave til question of tolls out altogether; they were met to discuss the bill, the whole bill and nothing but the bill. Mr. Baird (Ballarat shire) would discuss the whole bearing of the ques tion. After further discussion,it was resolved, on the motion of Mr...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE DEATH OF LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE DEPTH OF LINCOLN. The followlilg lines, the production" of a youig nhil belonging in to ynotoo, were written ageoti.aftoe the assassination of the America.'Presideot, but were loever pub lished:-- '' As e'udden no the meteor light Illumidates the gloom of night i :;With uparkllog ray, , So suddeno'rtile worl hath spread Daep'sorroivmfor the noble dead 'i '?t.pas6ed away. A i'sorabiw l, the tidings wing To earthl's,remotest elnd, and fling A gloom o'er all Tidinks of mingled doubt and fear, -* WhibhIn theo startled trembling ear With horror fall. - Kings of thq carth, the smanll, the great Alike lisinent the untimely fate Of one so good-? - Wihd.avllsd thIt all mankind should be Linked' by thechaiu of liberty,. InT ?btherbhoodi We sop;row for no monarch dead, No ndblo hero who bath bled .i?ilattli fray, Noroyal prince of hilgh estateo, Nor hilighty lordly knight elate, Nor courtler gay. We mourn not suchi hle had no claim To noble ancestry, nor camo, Of higih leg...

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LOSS OF THE QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

LOSBB OF THE QUIENBLAND. An inquiry was oommenced on Saturday by the Steam Navigation Board .inoto the causo of the collision that look place between the steamers Queensland and Barrab,,ol, on Thursday morning, off. Wilson's Promontory. Dr. Dobson appeared to watch the case on' behalf of Captain Craig, of the Queensland, and Mr. Purves appeared on behalf of Captain Pain, of the Barrabool. The board sat for nearly four hours, and then adjourned the in. qqury until 10 o'olock on Monday. The witnesses examined on Siaturday weore Mr. Norllthey (the fourth officer). the Chinaman who was on the look.out, and thebo two quarter.hrasters of the watch. " The inquiry will be brought to a termination as soon as possible. In connexion with this unfortunato affair, the following address has been pro. sented to Captain Pain, of the s,s. Barrabool :-" We, the captain, officers, and engineeors of the e.s. Queeneland, fool that the least we can do is to bear testimony to the great kindness and hospit...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. Guardian Office, August 11, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

* COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MABKETS. - GoprJiae O;Ioo, August II, 1876. The rea plye of loo i s L1 Ge per Lag pur quotationa are- - * B " OLESALL PatRIs Flour £12 Wheat'6, to} Ss 2d per basbol pats, 3s, 3 to 3, 6d do LL. L . Barley, $s 3a Bran, la3d Pollard, is 6d do Butr li ". 2d lb' Eggs ai 3d dozen Cheese(Colonial)-k to 8 per lb' lirAlLPCE Flour, 20s per bag cah . Barey,. ? s , 4 , .. per bushel Wheat, 5s d ... do Oats,-4s to 4s 6d do Bran, Is G c???. ... do Pollard las dto Is 9d - do. Bnt er sl 4d to li Gdib Eggs, is Gd dor. Bread 7d per 41b loaf , 3linoss' Barks £3 per ton Portland, Wool and mide Market.-E. Dacormb and Co. report,-9th Augnat,.1876.. We hare no alteration to report In our markcl.for sheepskins and hides;:we held our usual weekly sale this afternoon, and disposed of several iota bf shabeepskino; good crosa-bred realisId up to 3s each; and merino, 2s to 2Is 8d5'dry skins.were :dull at ?d to 45d per lb,.ldes s?ald at 4d to 41d per lb.s calf skins up'-to-6}d - Inferior t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

i-EN WANTED. on tlhe GRANGE L WORKS. Either piece or dayivork. 'egcs-- ievenpcnce per hour for day 1men. J. & J. COCK, i /Contractors.: F'or E3a1e. IGIT WORKING BULLOCKS, none over six youears old, very fat, guaranteed Id, also dray and tackling. or further partieslars apply to W, II1 ANEY, Digby. Dacomb's Auction Mairt, PERUY SrILEET. SALES BY AUCTION EVERY 1 WEDNESDAY At tliree oe ock prompt, Wool, Sheopoteins,, Hides, Tallow, d&o. Monthly Sales of Land and House Property on the First Thursday in each Month. Account sales promptly rendered. N.B.-Wool and other produce not realos Eil owner's reserves can be shipped either to Loadon or Melbourne, under liberal advances, fro of commission. S'OCIC AND STATION. AGENT, Land Valuator, Finance Agent, : : E. DACOMBI, ." Portland. PIANOS. Brelwood, Erard, Auchor, & other makers.' SJ. PALING, Collins street,' Melbourine,' recelves regular consignments of hfirst clm pianos, which ih? offers for saloe Iat mccrato rates ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

£2-o--to oe.' Z CA.E)VARD.--tPOISON is now IAID 2 f,,r t lircp-worryin dogs on'MB. E. IIENTY'S FAHI tBOLWARR and any piraon vnpturing or killinig itray dogs found worryffle 6r kllliig- sheep on (lie farm; dr. plving'lie. .naun of the owner wlllcitLto the aboer reiward . . ;' WILLIAM TAYLOR. Bolwarra, July 14, 1876. ., .., rtltoo I' ::2rotide N.'ooteT Y': A UT, V[LL and -Co'; Gonerlt Store l'krc 4)ire, a 'silgle artle at whlioltilo prlcil tbeaiii.. - - - • , . .. . ., NEVILL & Co., SPer ' y silrrec A NTRPK- SrO6KBnn.\l,;KtKS. S Apply fily works, oi Coutractonr' VR:. :N, oV D & itoin, Portland. Ti': O LET. rW f I'ADDOCnnOKS, one at lrickflfd J. ulIt O tiadjoining the I'resbyterlan Apply. BtOP'lIA SMI rI, "~- -irr«»». /SPCIAL LADVERTISEMENTS.-- -To Masons and Others. ENDMRD S are inr;ted for the erection of nrN?5EW WARD at the Benevolent Aslum,, Portlaod, by August the 18th, 1876, Sat 4 p.tm. s Plans to be seen on application to the n understgncd. The lowest or afijt, t...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. CASTERTON AND BRANXHOLME RAILWAY GUARANTEE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

WITrr WIIICH 1 IICORPOIIlTED THE .'PORTLAND KHPrES." To Protect our.Riglhts-Not to .Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, AUGUST Ii. , CASTERTON AND BRANXHOLME ' RAILWAY GUARANTEE FUND. A corrispondenit in the Hamilton ° Specdator, iigning iicmself" Pantagruel," is terribly uneasy-about the guarantee oflfred by certain gentlemen in Portland and the district that the Government and country shall be at no loss from the construction of the lranzxhlme to Cas terton line of railway.'. " What is it,' says he, "the subscribers are going to guarantee ?" and -by way of answer we would hint that the subscribers and the Government are quite able to settle that business between themselves. The fact of the matter is that the offer of Messrs. Henty, Murray, anid'others, is so unpala table -ri the oie side, and so likely to influence the Government on the other, that "Panttigrue l" inustantly takes - fright, and seeks consola. Lion in a generous endeavour to impair the value of-the offer by coars...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

To aSi4s anda others. L flr , E Clipper SCIIOONER ?, t .MINNA BELL Will TRADE regularly betweeqOttiLA ID and MELBOURNE. For fteight, +s., apply to, • ;.1 ... Wt. 1. ANDERSON, +• * ' i- Portland; Or JOIIN .TURNDULL, ,''-;·4: Queen street, Melbourne." reegu ?r.e toribifl Communioation betw en ?elbourne, Warr nqMbgpv.Uaelfaat, and .:,,n n,: .ortland. IIE' underslgned. despatch Steamers as T -inder .(weather permitting): Fi " 'MELBOURNE To Warrnambool, Belfast, & Portland, Name Lt bteanllsip. I Sailing Day. JULE Y. Every TUESDAY, t . . . . at 3 p.m. R zDoY., Every FIIDAY, at t .: . 2.30 p.m. FROM PORTLAND M1lbotnrne, calling at Belfast and : 'Wa ,trrnambooL Name.ftSteamship I Sailing Day. Every. TUESDAY, ROB ROY sailing from Port land at 2 a.m. Every FRIDAY, JULIA.; PERCY sailing from Port laud at 4 a.m. Boat' will be in attendance to carry pas- 1 sengera.fi~oHithe north jetty to the steamer from 8.3b to 10 o'clock, the night previous to sailiogr+ '+ sse Retirii tickets issued a...

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THE NOVELIST. LA BELLA SORRENTINA. (CONTINUED.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

1jt, TH-NGVEGLIST. LA BELLA SORRENTINA. (CONTINUED.) CAIAPTER II. When uligi saw the last of Aunun ziatn, on that .spring morning, he determined that lie would think abshout her as little as possible throughout tho summer, tht Ithe would o'poct to lienr nothing of her, and that he would devote all his timen and energy to the saving oif noniy and bettering of hid position. IIo know that tlhero was no probability of the return of the wanderer before the autumn; and indeed it was to the storms and rain of that season that he principally trusted to bring about the fulfilment of his wishes. Even la the South, autumn is often a drory'timno; north of the Alps Luigi supposed that the snow and wind began then, and only ceased with the return of spring. But notwit~lstandiug all his resolu tions, heo found that ho could in no wise succeed' In banisiltng the imago of his absent love from his mind. WVhother he was flshing, or mending his nets, eating or drinking, slooping or waking?-in every hou...

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KRUSE'S INSECTICIDE, or PERSIAN INSECT DESTROYING POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

K RUSE'S INSECTICIDE, or PensrAN InSECT DESTROYTI I ONG DER. This Powder is unrivalled in destroying Flies, Mosqiitos, Fleas, Boegs, Ants, Cockroaches, Beetles, Gnats,. Moths. in Furs, and every other species of.Insecte, in all stages of metamorphosis, while it has no qualities delotorious .to human beings, and is quite hnrmhless in its apphaeation to Dogs, rCats,- Poultry, Pigeons, &e. DInRECTIONS Fon Usr.-For Dogs ICats, or other Animals, the Powder must be well rubbed in, when Fleas and all other Vermin- will. immediately fall dead.._A small idantity of it strewn or blown over the blankets or into the crevices of a bod steand will destroy bugs, and as long as it remains - they will- nt appear -again. Dropped ihtothe:hauots of Beetleo, it stupefies them, so thqt they may be easily swept away in the morningg; placed in drawers,- chests, or wardrobes....whero woollen cloths or furs are kept, -it will destroy Moth.' For the destruction of Mlosquitos, Gnats, or Flies, tile roo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

H. F. HOLMES'S Registry office for Servants PEROY STREET, SPO L T 3. A T - . B IMPORTANT i SEWING . MACHN NOTICE I THE CELEBRATED..,, a » ` 1T 0. :- X !: * E , MACHINES, • At REDUCED PRICES.' " 1TE hereby notify the public that the Vt. Singer Manufacturing Company Shaving largely.incrcased their autumatio t achinery, now offer macbiues of. the greatest mechanical excelleuce' at a S Reduced Price.s The New Family MDachine. Heretofore priced 8'8 :10, has bbeen ' roducod to i£7 1ia.'" ' The MEDIUM, reduced fromin £10 lO to .£0. " The .No 2 (MANUFACTURING), reduced from Xll to £10 SAt these prices there can be no Induce. I ment, to even tho poorest of our popu. a lation, to purchance either Imitation Smachinea, or tbh cheap machines of other manufactuerrs. Those who are not pro. pared'to pay the anmount in. full at the Stimo of purchase, cin obtain machines on r the b TIME PAYMENT SYSTEMI On such terms as may* suit their circum stances, SThat buyers may distinguish the Genuine Singer F ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

MARRIED. OWEN-FORDHAM.-On the 29th July, at Christ Church, Ballarat, by the Rev. J. J. Gregory, Hugh Owen, to Laura, eldest daughter of William Fordham, Royal George Hotel, Ballarat.

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KRUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 11 August 1876

KRUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA.   The Jurors of the Intercolonial   Exhibition of 1866 and 1867 awarded the ONLY PRIZE MEDAL for Fluid   Magnesia to'Mr Kruse. Accompanying   their report is the result of Mr J. Cosmo Newberry's Antalysis, by which it appear that one fluid ounce of Kruse's Magnesia contains fifty per cent, of Carbonate of Magnesia in excess of any other Magnesia exhibited.   KRUSE"S FLUID MAGNESIA. for upwards of twenty years has been ap- proved and prescribed by the. eading members of the Medical Profession. Its almost" universal 'use affords sufficient proof of the high estimation in which it is hold by the public generally. It is care- fully prepared of uniform. strength, each fluid ounce contains Ten Grains of pure Carbonate of Magnesia.       Kruse's Fluid Magnesia possesses all the properties of the Magnesia in common use, but being in a disolved state, and quite free...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, August 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

..Y' LtM1ELB: O ?j.RN . (Paoi on05 OwSN aoeesroxnEn..) " . , Tuesday,.August 8th. -A well deserved reproof was adminis. tcred by the Honorabloethe Minister of Ednucatson tonight- in Parliament, in reprobintlionnf tiao'.practice 'of bringing petty, cqmplintis and 'offences under the notice of Parliameit;o" It arose out of a -inotice of motion, by, Mr 11lrams, whose i ?)portinities: of distinction are 'not- no huintaroulas' his ?flat", admiers hloped, , 'alling'attentlon to. the canmof a Mr. , ,ourteney,who hase been charged with ian alpiduosee of the birch at Castlemalno._ In ,eju.ply,i1t.kRanesny saild that the matter hiad. beeh repibrted tulhim in due course by .t hio. authoilties it tho: Education omfce; i nild:thait obuld" examine the deposIe ,tibnn : At' tl saii titme lie strongly :,'deoprecated the liacttic' of bifging such " c:lmplaints before'Pairliament, which could vrot deal with the case, except on the evidence of the-Department, the propei a ibunal for .investigation, as ...

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HARROW. 12th Aug., 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

HA.RROw. (anoy pun pao? COtR-eSPONDNT. ' , '. ::;.2th Aug., 1876. In the 'present quiet state of affairs oven esuh_a small event ast a Shire election woulbe o Ibailed with'istisfac Lion s4 a:chb?nge from tli hdill routine of daily life, but thiistyear. there has boon . no necesity, for oslo, sq there were only ci two whd chmi up to' t?e aatolh' on .tlhe day of nominatioif,'nlai thlise being the Il number required, thy' were declared 9 duly elehied. l3lesra James Laidlaw t and John Broughton- were the two memb eriis tiring through .eflluxion of s time, and'teb':lattor "not puttingR'in anu appearance again. Mecars.' Jas 'Lidlaw I and JohLniPhilip were returned un. .pposed.'.,-r ? . ', a A ' dhtoste'd' election for. Board of Advide "'aca'iciees occurred' here on Thursday, with the following results : Mr..?Pet'; *** "i .,' ,.:'. . " 42 Mr. 'hl'Coneeihy ....." 41 Rev. Rt. II. Collins .i ..? . 9 Messrs. ,Pe. tt- nd''d M'Oenechy were, therefo're, elected,' as most people an ticipated'ithey...

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BRANXHOLME. August 12th, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

1B RA N X HO LM E. (rxox,ou OWN Coe?Re.PONDENT.) August 12th, 1870. The woeek has not been without interesl to the townspeople... On Monday evening we hd ;n visit fromn the Rev. J. G. Paton, a missionary, from' the. Island Aniwa, New: Hebrides. The evening was very wet anmd cold.. Notwithatandineg, the I'resbyterian Church was faiily filled had the. night been fine, 1 believe the Church would have been crowe!ed. The Rev. J.: K. P'Mellan, from Hamilton, after reading a portion.of Soripturo and prayer made a few remarks, saying that it was about 14 years ago that Mr. Paton paid a visit to 1lranxholme, and was much pleased with, the people, as they then showed a great interest in the mission to the heathen. Mr.'Paton and himselt had great fears that the church would not be lighted, or, If lihbted, there would be no one In the seats ; he must be allowed to express his very great pleasure and sur preseat seeing the church so well filled, and he felt aureno one would regret their attendan...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

BOROUGH COOUN0IL. : A full Council met at the Town Hall, on Mloday morning, at 10 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a Mayor, for the ensuilng year. The newly returned melmbers, MosIrs R. Ilenty, W. T. Pile, and T. Keiller were present, but did nos take their seats at the Council table. ELrCPION OF MAYOR. On the motion of Cr. i. Dacomb, seconded by Cr. J. Marriott, the late Mayor, James Trangmar, Eaq., was unanimously elected Mayor of the municipality for the year. The Mayor returned his best thanks to the Council fur their unanimous vote, and said that though lie had done his best in the chair during the past 12 months. he felt that the year's experience was very valuable to him and would enable him to do more for them in the future. Ilid lie studied his own feelings in the matter he should have declined the honour, but having been asked to occupy the chair he could not plead either want of time or desire to forward the Iuterusts of the Borough. Tim he be had, and he placed it at...

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 15 August 1876

CO Xr CBIAL. PORTLAND 31Antrr-r fGudrdo O~n, ' Aign 15, 1S6. - -The Retail prioeof oauiIL1 Gaper¶a4 Our qoetilon a art - goLw ojLrZ Ptl2Cn. Plcar L1° Wb st, to to 5ued per barbl Ossa, 3a 3d to 3. Gd do Ba1-ley, 3. Gd Sren, is 3d Pard, Le Gd do Dtottr Is 11Lb? EPga Is 34 drna Choee (Clonial) 9d toS Pe Ib. kErzAu PkJcZL floor, DU per g h. iias s,4st3d do Bw, Is 64 do Fnlard Isfto la 94 do Borer s4dto fit L B~ga Is~ddaz. Bread 7 pr 41b Loaf mfrma Bark, LS per too Mdteoucrr Cora Prolao. and Prmoija 3£unt repcet .- ula August lb76.-W. 'Lazr 3soa Strdzy. r'ep., that bait aim during tt~e week haa ubcn eurf quiet, 10r Iittlo dot in the sn ard for tread. at e buyera s ot bmiý diaposad to Eire uPt Bated bey retieof 1weSt: toa hoe .Lem sold itn xcbll r.t up to X12 35%; in feaelinggrranaa i tesste burinew ha been dome, but pit~sbare cbago-ed but adhtl~y; enwae I ionr ' ) in faor of seller; oats ·bbmt name [tweek ,on proridool theer is no £leruaiiar to note ; pota±.o are firm at quoaatoas. (3o.a...

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