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DRAINAGE IN THE SOUTH-EAST, Kingston. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

DRAINAGE IN THE SOUTH-EAST, Kinerston. October 8. A most enthusiastic meeting was held here, to-night to consider the question, of the drain^ ? age of the country in this district The con sensus of opinion was that direct drains to the sea should be first constructed, as large quan tities of extranequs water have by previous drainage schemes been forced upon this dis trict. Several instances were given where there had been large mortalities among etook ;rom drowning by floodwaterfe

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THE SUICIDE OF A DRAMATIST. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE SUICIDE OF A DRAMATIST. M. Hippolyte Raymond, the well-known dramatic author, committed suicide iu Paris on August 27 under very Ead circumstances. He had for several months past shown symptoms of anemia of the brain, and had fallen into a very desponding state of mind. Living in a pretty little villa at St. Mande, he remained (says the Standard correspondent) almost all day shut up in his study, which he rarely left except to join the family circle at zneai tunes, yn me latai nay wnon uejeuncr was being served, Madame Raymond went to .call her husband. -To her sorrow and amaze ment she found his body lying on the sofa. He fcad; killed himself by firing a bullet into the right temple. To commit the act of selfde struction M. Raymond had taken a little inirror to ensure his aim. He had also left on his table a sheet of paper, on which he had ?written— :'My sister has already been confined as . a. lunatic at St. Privat. My father was afflicted with a mania of persecution. I, in my...

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A TELEPHONE NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

... A TELEPHONE NEWSPAPER. : . The Vienna correspondent of the London tfdiiy Chronicle writes:— Mr. Bellamy will , probably be somewhat surprised to hear that his boldest dreams for the ne;tt century re garding the transmission of news and music nave been ' triumphantly surpassed within a tew years of the publication of his famous bobk. 'The idea of diffusing unwritten news was originated xby the Hungarian, Theodor 'Albert Puskas, and Budapest is the only city in the world that can as yet boast of a -telephone .newspaper. iae j.ctcjinone Jivrmonao ixieiaiuj has now been working successfully for over .two years, and is daily increasing and gain ing in importance.' The idea of a newspaper spoken all day long is certainly calculated affirst to rouse some doubts, but an ingenious !j-lan for the distribution of the varied subject 'matter and a unique technical organisation (render it in fact the quickest and raostcon [venient medium of information. The organi jfiatipn of the staff resemb...

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V.A.T.C. MEETING. WEIGHTS FOB THE HUBDLE AND STEEPLE. Melbourne, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

V.A.T.C. MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR THE HURDLE AND STEEPLE. Melbourne, October 7. The following weights for the Spring meet ing were posted at the Victorian Amateur Turf Club office this morning :— HURDLE feACE. st. lb. st. lb. Emmalea „ .. 12 12 Oarsman .. .. 10 3 PilotBoy .. ..12 « Willyaum ., ., 10 2 Bill ? 12 5 Morago .. .. 10 1 Rosestetn .. .. 12 2 Horatio .. .. 9 13 Ripple .. .. 11 8 Vanity .j .. 9 12 Boots .. ..11 4 Question .i .. 9 lie Gratiano .. .. 11 2 Laplander .. .. 9 11 Borderer .. .. 11 0 Kangaroo IL .. 9 10 Havana .. ..10 12 Trio ? 9 9 Barzan .. .. 10 10 Moondah .. .„ 9 9. Woorayl ., .. 10 9 Courtier ., ... 9 9 ' Algebra' ,. .. 10 9 Romance .. .. 9 5 BischoS ,, .. 10 8 Urangeline.. .. 9 6 Corncrake .. .. 10 7 Barossa .. .. 9 6 Monkey .. ., 10 7 Athelstone . . .. 9 0 Sylvan Prince ..10 5 Woodlands.. .. 9 0 The Hero .. ,.10 6 Daylight ..... J) 0 The Provost .. 10 3 : ' riKST HANDICAP STEKFLECU ABE. Floater .. .. 18 4 Bomonce .. r. 10 T Olaret ., ..12 11 Joi ? 10 4 MonAmi ,. ...

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. MARIBYRNONG PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. MARIDTRXOSG PLATE. Of 25 sovs. each, with 500 added ; second 10Q sovs., third 60 sovs. For two-year-olds— Colts, 8 st, 10 lb.; fillies and geldings, 8 st. 5 lb. Certain winners to carry penalties. Five Furlongs. (First acceptances.) ? ? Mr. D. S. Wallace's chf Ammunition, by Carbine— 33iyra. ? ? ? „?_?''? Mr. D. S. Wallace's br f Moonlyong, by Heator— Sierra. . , Mr. F. W. Purches's br f Tulip, by Newniinster— Ouida. ' '. '???-' Mr.'R.G. Casey's ch g Kobold, by Newminster— Zuleika. . ' Mr. XL O'Loughlin's b c Glencoc, by tJarbine— Taihoa. Mr. S. Miller's blk f Raaic, by Glorious— Eiitu Mr. S. Miller's b f Hill, by Escutcheon— Streamlet Mr. S. Miller's ch f Constant, by Nautilus— ^Fidelity. ? Mr. C. H. Lloyd's b c The Hummer, by £iridspord —Queen Bee. Mr. S. G. Cook's br c The Officer, by Bobinson. Crusoe— Marie Louise. Mr. S. G. Cook's b £ The Bright Eyes, by Trenton— TheCliarmer. Mr. G. de Pury's ch o ? , 'by Enfilade — Haidce of the Hills. Mr. J. Wilson, jun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

(9 ^ — &j |iySl ;™TsGo\jpor\ I 'ft ^4faftifr\ and send With 5s. 6d. Si I SEOO dohrxJHuixterGo.bd, 1 ]t Jjg SgJ GITy BOOT pALAGE. | \\ ppi ^R \A)E 5uaranUje to forWard 5 ^yili& FREE OF CHARQE | ft jS\ r^IlL ^^ pAIR Ladies' Shoes as » |j SqJ ^2Jp Sample SheWn. % % ff#\s^ /Ml Qoods set\t same day as % 1W.40

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

Mrssrs. George Robertson & Co. have sent us a copy of the Victorian Law Reports for October. It is edited by Mr. J. B. Box, the reporters being Messrs. A. J. Agg, W. H. Moule, A. F. Morrison, and R. Hodgson Coll, barristers-at-law. ROWLAMD'S ODOHTO The Best and Purest Dentifrice one can use— it whitens the teeth, prevents decay, strengthens the Sums, and sweetens the breath. ROWLAND'S KALYDOR A soothing, healing, and emollient milk for beauti fying the skin; removes Freckles, Tan. Sunburn, Redness, Roughness, &a, and is warranted harmless. ROWLAND'S ESSENCE OF TYRE Dyes the hair a natural and permanent Brown or Black. Ask Druggists and Stores for Rowlands' articles of 20, Hatton Garden, London, England, and avoid cheap poisonous imitations. x61:53d3 ^^-w SKINS ON FIR£ H. -?? *M\ Relieved by CKINS ON FIRE with torturing, dis *-* figuring eczemas and every species of itching, burning, and scaly skin and scalp diseases relieved by a single application and speedily cured...

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TATTERSALL'S ANNUAL RAGES. THE CUP WON BY MIRACLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

TATTERSALL'S ANNUAL RAGES. ? TOE CUP WON BY MIRACLUM. Committee— S. J. Jacobs (chairman), Hon. A. R. AddiBon, M.L.C., J. Anderson, H. A. ZBarhett, W. Bladder, E. W. Ellis, H. .Morgan, A. Simms, A. W. Ware ; atewarda — -8. J. Jacobs, Hon. A. B. Addison, M.L.C., J. Anderson, H. A. Barnett, W. Blackler. H. -Crazier, E. W. Ellis, C. H. T. Hart, H. .Morgan, A- Simms, A. W. Ware ; judge, Hon. W. B. Rounsevell; starter, Frederick Cor nelius ; hon. timekeeper, T. F. Wigley ; handi capper, H. Hughes; lion, surgeon, Dr. ?Cawley ; clerk of scales, H. H. Parr ; clerk of the course, John Reid ; J. Moorhouse, secre tary. *'? '?', ?'i; Tattersall's Club were, favored with fine 'weather for their Springy meeting on Saturday, October 5, althougb-rain fell in the evening -after the racing was over. For various reasons 'the attendance, .was smaller than usual, and the meeting lacked the distinguishing features 'which make a successful gathering. The totalizator, however,3 Wafe fairly, patronised, -£7,...

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MOONTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MOONTA RACES. The following handicaps, issued by Mr. H. Hughes, are for the race meeting to be held at Moonta on November 0 : — first uANDicAr inmm.ES. About two miles. st, lb. st. lb. The Actress ,. 12 7 Baccarat „ .,9 10 SirGeorpe.. .. 10 7 LitUe Peart .. 9 10 Snowdrift .. t. 10 7 Lubra .. .,9 7 Sunflower .. .. 10 5 Count .. ..0 5 Violin .. .. 10 0 Isinglass .. .. 9 6 Eclipse ., .. 10 0 Arrarat .. ,,9 0 Torchlight .. .. 9 12 MOONTA HANDICAP, One and a-hulf miles. Haughtiness .. 9 0 Snowdrift .. 8 7 John Bull ,-, 9 0 MornaLeo .. 8 5 Arctic .. .'. 8 11 Nalpa .. ..8 0 The Duke :, 8 9 Isinglass.. .. 7 12 St. George ;. 8 7 1 Baccarat.. „ 7 7 f EAST MOOXTA HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. Miraclum .. ..9 12 Fail- Saxon.. „ 8 0 John Bull .. .. 8 12 Nalpa .. .. 7 IS Arctic .. ..8 9 Little Pearl „ 7 12 Fenton .. f. 8 7 Isinglass ., ,.7 10 St George .. ..8 5 Sterope ,. ,,7 8 Snowdrift .. ..8 5 Nonna .. i. 7 7 MornaLee.. ..8 4 Arrarat .. ..7 0 Brunette .. ..8 0 Maitland „ -70 ruriNG irAXDi...

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MOUNT GAMBIER HUNT CLUB RACES. Mount Gambier, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MOUNT GAMBTER HUNT CLUB RACES. Mount Gambier, October 9. The Hunt Club meeting was fairly well attended to-day. The weather was fine but cloudy. The following were the results : — HUHDLEB. One and a half miles. Mr. Kenny's Three Stars, 10 et. 5 lb. (McGregor) ? 1 Mr. Wheeler's Stockings, 10 st. 13 lb. (Thompson) ? . 2 Mr. MeCartkur's Black Augel, 9 st. 5 lb. (Hopwood) ? 3 No others started. Three Stars had the race won from start to finish, and won by two lengths. Time, 3 min. 1 sec. Dividend. 2Gs. TRIAL STAKES. Six furlongs. Mr. Hunter's Young Aibyn (Campbell) ... 1 Mr. Roberts'B Vixen (Thompson) ? 2 Mr. Jackson's Hard Case (JacK6on) ... 3 Other starters— Murra, Superior, Red Rufus, Seagull, and Kathleen. Hard Case and Murra led to the turn, when the field closed up. Nearing home AJbyn shot out and won by a head. Time, 1 min. 23 sec. Dividend, £2 11s. HUNT CLUB CCP. Mr. Davis's Redguni, 12 st. '.) lb. (Owner) .. 1 Mr. Byass's Blondin, lOst. 12 lb. (Plate) ... 2 Mr. Robertson's Kilu...

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MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB. MONASTERY WINS THE FLAT RACE. Melbourne. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB. MONASTERY WINS THE FLAT RACE. Melbourne. Octol-er 6. The Melbourne Hunt Club held iheir October meeting at Flemineton on Saturday afternoon under very favorable auspices. ,Tho weather was fine and warm, and the atten dance was good. The results were :— . . HANDICAP HCRDLE BACK. Of 80 sovs. About one mile and a half ai.-tt a distance, '- Mx. W* A. Menzio'sHk g Morago,. '&$&.&, -j 4b. {Morris) ...... :; -wV1 Mr. S.M; Wilson's blk g Kangaroo II;,-*'.'; Mr. E. j,' CunnningVb h Sunshow.er, 9 et.' 10. lb. (Gxfinane) ... -? . ?».. ' - ? HUNT CLUB OUP. _ ?' Of 60 sovs. About three miles, j Jir. B. Ml Turner's bg Will o'-the-Wisp,: ' J2 St.. 31b. (Mr. G.Watson) ..._ .... 1 Mr. S. Miller's g g Dolphin, 13 st. (Mr. G; Mt/g? Larimer's br g J.C., 10 st. lib. (Mr.. W. Knight) ? -. -?? '?'?-, 3 Skyscraper, 10 st, (Mr. T. S. Dean), aiso ran. TWO-VEAH-OI.D HANDICAP. Of 50 sovs. Four furlongs and 82 yards. Mi-. J. Patersph's b c Norroy, by Escutcheon— Fren...

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THE MIRACLUM CASE. ENQUIRY BY TATTERSALL'S STEWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

THE MIRACLUM CASE. ENQUIRY BY TATTERSALL'S STEWARDS. A meeting of tho stewards of Tattersall's Club was held on Wednesday. There were present Mr. S. J. Jacobs (chairman), the Hon. A. R. Addisou, Messrs. C. H. T. Hart, A. Simms, W. Blackler. J. Anderson, U. Crozier, H. A. Barnett, and A. W. Ware. Messrs. E. W. Ellis and H. Morgan apologised for their absence. The Chairman announced that the meeting had been convened at the request of some of the stewards on account of the press comments regarding the Miraclum case. Mr. Haut moved, and Mr. Simms seconded — ''That the notes of the Droceedines of this meeting be at the conclusion thereof handed to the press,' which was carried. Mr. LlA!tT asked the chairman if he knew by whose authority (if any) t!ie notes of the evi dence taken on Saturday were made accessible to the press. The Chairman replied that he knew of no authority having been given. All the stewards present stated that they knew of no such authority having been given. Mr. Jaco...

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MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

MAITLAND RACES. Tlic following nominations were received by the secretary, Mr. W. T. McCarthy, for the Maitland races, to be held on November 11 :— Maitlaku Handicap, SO sovs.— C. Haimes'a John Bull, Brydeu & Lovis's Brunette, A. D. McDonald's Haughtiness, C. Day's Isinglass, A. R. Addison's Arctic, M. C. HoIIingworth's Norma, M. F. O'Dea's Feuton, D. J. Dineeu's Fairtield, F. W. Allen's In Futuro, F. Gene's Banjo. First Hurdles, 30 sovs.— Bryden & Lovis'a Brunette, A. D. McDonald's The Actress, A. D. McDonald's Midnight, C. Day's Isinglass, C. Day's Lubra, C. Day's Ararat, Cudmore's Eclipse, D. J. Dineen's Sunflower, J. Gar rard's Yarra. F. W. Allen's Bombastic. Yoiike Valley Han»icai-, 20 eovs.— C. Haimes's Fair Saxon, Bryden & Lovis'a Brunette, A. D. MacDonald's Sterope/C. Day's Isinglass, O. Day's Ararat, A. R. Addison's Arctic, M. C. Hollingsworth's Norma, M. F. O'Dea's Fenton, D. J. Dineen's Fairfield, F. W. Allen's Bombastic, F. Gene's Banjo, and R. O'...

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The Turf. RACES TO COME. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

* Ifainyf. RACES TO COME. OCTOBBR. 12, 19.— Victoria Amateur Turf Club (Oaulfield Cup Meeting).— Second payment, Dehutant Stakes, October 10 ; final payment at scale. Second pay ment, Toorak Handicap, October 7: final acceptances, October 10. Handicaps, Caulfield Cup, June 24 ; second payment, August 5 ; final acceptances, October 14. 20.— Mooiiee Valley Racing Club (Cup Meeting).— Handicaps, October 21 ; acceptances, October 24. Novkmebsi. 2, 5, 7, 9.— Victoria Racing Club (Spring Meeting). — First forfeit, Maribymong Plate, October 1 ; second forfeit, October 31. Handicaps, Melbourne Cup, June 24 ; first forfeit, August 5 ; second forfeit, October 29. 0.— Moonta Races. Nominations, October 2. II. — Gawler Jockey Club. Nominations, October 16 ; weights, October £2 ; acceptances, October 29. 11.— Maitland JockeyClub. Nominations, Oetobsr 8. Deckuheb. 26.— Port Adelaide Racihg Club. 20.— Yorke's Peninsula Racing Club. 28.— Adelaide Racing Club (Anniversary meeting). Jasvart, 18S6. 1....

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District Councils. ANGASTON. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

[?] ANGASTON. September 28.— Present— AIL Tlrom Mr. J. Hague, H. P., stating- tliat he had made enquiries re road re ferred to fy'jcouneil. Port Wakefleld Corporation' requested information £i to the oost per leinp this council paid in lighting the streets of the township ; particulars to be «cnt Tenders accepted— No 028, C. Lange, £2 3s. Cd. per chain ; 920, Jt Cock, £2 15s. Od.; 930, M. Cock, 15s. Cd.; 031, E. Hyne, 9s. General— Payments, £105 5s. BOOBOROWIE. September 28.— Present — All. Mr. JS. Nurse uiiereu to rent siaugnter reserve, nunarea ot Avers ; accepted. Mr. J. Wyatt asked permission to depasture cattle on stock resorve on certain con ditions ; not entertained. Committee Of Home for n eak-minded Children asked for subscription ; £1 Is. to be forwarded v.hen home is established. Adelaide Lue Assurance and Guarantee Company approved of proposal for clei'k's guarantee policy. Tenders accepted— Con. 25, A. Fiizpatrick, £3 17s. Cd. per chain; 20, E. Leighton, £1 53. Od. do.;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

SUFFERING A RECOVERY. 'Will you give me a pickrmc-up V said a patient to the doctor. 'I have had rather a swift night. My throat is inflamed and I feel generally used up ; in fact I'm suffering a re covery from last nighfs pleasures.' The doctor examined bis patient carefully. 'My dear sir,' said he, 'it Is not what you think that makes you so ilL It ib not the effect of too much wine; but you are suffering from poison ing cauBed by heavy smoking of some injurious tobacco. Now, let me give you a little advice. Smoke only JETrossard's Cavour Cigars ; all our profession recommend them as being pure and having the nicotine extracted in vacuo. They are a mild, fragrant, and delicious smoke, and obtainable everywhere jn packets of 8 for Is.' * j-x201;193

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

SPORTING NOTES. [By Mentor.] Mr. Henry Hughes has issued the handicaps for the race meeting to be held at Moonta on November G, and it will be noticeable that Miraclum has been entered for the Flyiug Handicap of six furlongs, and omitted from the best prize of the day, the Moonta Handi cap of a mile and a half. If Miraclum could not eret off the mark in six furlonirs at the Port it is a little singular that he should be sent to Moonta to meet a bigger and better field over the same distance. Mr. Dineen, the owner of Fairneld and other horses, has been seriously ill, but it is pleasing to know that the latest accounts are ?favorable towards his recovery. Messrs. Barker & Cornelius, at auction on Tuesday, sold Germaine to Mr. O. Ailcen for 40 guineas. On Monday £300 to £20 Aureus for the Caulfield Cup was taken, and £500 to £15 Lord Richmond for the Caulfield Gup. The mare Monastery was well backed in Adelaide on Monday for the Caulfield Cup at hundreds to 3J and 4 after her f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

Splendid Opportunity J^tTEINa THIS WEEK ARE OFFERING FOR SALE WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, SILVERPLATE, ANO SPECTACLES, AT . GREATLY REDUQED PRICES. :o: This is a Golden Opportunity that no one Visiting Adelaide Should Miss. The Newest and Choicest Assortment in Adelaide of ENGAGEMENT RINGS, DRESS RINGS, WEDDING RINGS and KEEPERS, BROOCHES, BANGLES, WATCHES, CLOCKS, CRUETS, &c:,-&o.,&«. We receive regularly Shipments of the Newest and most Beautiful Goods, which, with those of our own manufacture, make one of the Largest and Most Varied Stocks in Adelaide. PRICE-LIST. LADIES' ENGAGEMENT and DRESS RINGS, Ds., 10s. 6d., 12s. 6d., 15s., 203., 30s., 42a* 50s., 60s., 80a., 100s., £6 Gs., £7 7s., £8 8s., £9 9s., £10 10s., up to £100, 18-ct. WEDDING RINGS and KEEPERS, 8b. CcL, 18s., 21s., 30s., and 42s. each. Our Wedding Rings and Keepers are admitted to be the best value in Adelaide. For quality and finish they cannot be surpassed. Each King is stamped 'Stevenson' 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Chronicle — 12 October 1895

?-JKT Atf^STliilf is BespecttuUy Invited to our KEW SPRING — ? an^ gfjjjjIEa GOODS, which we arc Offering at Remarkably ;. liow Price3.' ,....?. :. iM 51:1. ?£ & S A V A G E. All Goods Marked in Plain Fignraa. SPZICXA.Z* MTOWH. : f«»«Wf^te«Aj5»traifl«eriyo«?-. Pared we give 'Our Souvenir Box' of Stationery, containing %484Sh^pfPapi*a& . . Sbetw^tfttfteupeSaier oUaBOt. Parcel w pil* naif a dozen of our Splendid Presentation Calico. '- 2To ctttfy 6-mA dumltuer of a £5 Parcel ioc give one dozen of our Splendid Presentation Calico. -'-' Kffidly-send remittances witii orders. To ensure safely please forward small amounts in postal notes, - ind ataounts over-£l by P.O. Older, bank draft, or cheque. U stamps are seat Is. In the pound must be .?_;. ?fldedfor exchange. -. - - ? - - - , Jj w.nincy Printo, 2Jd yard 'fancy Prints, dark colors, 3s lid dozen Superior Fancy Prints, newest designs, 4s lid down Hair-cord Stripe Prints, CJd yard Boyle** Prints, 8Jd yard Hoyle's Prints...

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