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DUST; OR UGLINESS REDEEMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

DUST ;i OR UGLINESS REDEEMED. On a murky morning in November, windnorth east, a poor old woman 'with a wooden leg was seen struggling against the fitful gusts of the , bitter breeze, along a stony zigzag . road full of deep and irregular cart-ruts. Her ragged petti coat was blue, and so wub her wretched nose. A stick was in her left band, which assisted her to '.'dig and hobble her. way along : -and-m-ber-other hand, supported also beneath her withered arm, was a large rusty iron sieve. '. Dust and fine ashes ; filled up all the wrinkles in her face ; and of these -»f there were a prodigious number, for she was eighty-three years old. Her name was Peg Dotting. \ ,..'*?' About a quarter of a mile distant, having a long ditch and a. broken-down fence as a fore ground, there rose against the muddled-grey sky, a huge Dust-heap of a. dirty black colour, — being, in fact, one of those immense mounds of cinders, ashes, and other emptyings from dust-holes and bins, which have conferred, cel...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—OCTOBER 8, 4.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

latest Sntclliacncc. (From Messds. Goiidon and GoTcir.) [By»ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY -October 8, 4-50 p.m. At the Grafton Begatta, the Gig-race was won easily by the Sydney crew. The Cham pion Scullers' match resulted as follows: — Bush, 1 ; Trickett, 2 ; Laycock, 3 ; Rickey, 4 ; Green, 5. Bush won easily. October 9th, 5-40 p.m. The Government have entertaiued the New Zealand and Queensland Ministers now on a visit to Sydney b\ an excumou to Lithgow Valley. I Captain McLerie (Iuspector-Geueval of ' Police) was buried yesterday. There was an j immense funeral cortege, over a mile in i length. \ The surveys for the Iiailway-line from Wagga Wagga to Albury are completed ; and the work will be proceeded with upon the sanction of Parliament being obtained. \ The Torres btruits Mail steamer Somerset arrived at Town svi lie five days in advance of the contract time. Mr. Fosbery is likely to succeed Captain McLerie in the office of Inspector-General of '? Police. I .Lord Lyou and Bose D'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

ST. PATRICK'S NEW CATHOLIC CHUKCH, BtTBBO'WA.. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. AND BRUCE AUCTION, IN AID OF THE FUNDS FOR THE ERECTION- OF THE ABOVE CHURCH, WILL BE HELD IN A FEW MONTHS' TIME. Subscriptions and donations are respectfully solicited. J. DUNNE, C.C. St. Patrick's Presbytery, Burrowa, September 25th, 1874. AN EXHIBITION OP THE MAGIC LANTERN, FOR JUVENILES, WILL be given at the CATHOLIC SCHOOL, Burrowa, on FRIDAY, October 9lli. To commence at half-past 7 p.m. Admission, Is. CAUTION. ALL PARTIES are hereby Cautioned against PURCHASING any of my CATTLE, branded E=) o and 6 (my regis tered brand), without my written authority ; and auy parties iu whose possession my Cattle may be fouud will be prosecuted according to law. EDWARD CASS, Sen. Douglas, October 6th, 1874. Boots. Boots. Boots. l. dTworms npAKES this opportunity of thanking the JL inhabitants of Burrowa for past favors, and begs to iuform (hem that he VIl.L AlttllYE AT MR. WEIFERT'S ROYAL HOTEL, BURROWA, m TUESDAY, eOTOBER 13...

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BUREOWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before W. D, Campbell ana W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Horse-stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

BURHOWA OOUBT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Octobek 28. (Before W. D, Campbell ana W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Uorse-stealinft. Rcgina v. Michael Skeedy, jun. iM .Mr. -Donovan for th* prisoner. ?' In this casej in which the prisoner had been re manded from the previous Monday, the following additional evidence yras taken : — 'Eliza 1'ower deposed : I am Hie wife of Timothy Power, and reside at Tangmangaroo ; I remember my husband bought ?& iriare from prisoner : it was agiey mare, branded T P, and D over .crossj the mare hefnrp. tlm Court is the fine mv husband bought; I paid prisoner 15s for the 'iriare ; the receipt produced is the one prisoner gave me ; I cannot read or write ; prisoner read the receipt to me ; (receipt read to the w itness) ; J do Ji'ot re collect all the words now read, but. I/remember some of them; when prisoner was reading the receipt to ine the child was crying,' arid I iniglit not have noticed some of the words ; I did not notice his reading the words,...

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MITCHEL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

MITCHEL FUND. ri^HE following is a list of Subscriptions to J. the Mitchel Fund of a few patriotic Irishmen of this district, who have not for gotfceu the Old Land, and who look upon JOHN MITCHEL as oue of her most faithful aud self-sacrificing sous : — . £ s. d. J. N. Ryan, Esq., J.P ? 1 12 0 Rev. J. Duune ? 110 Mr. D. J. O'Neill ? 110 Win. O'Connor ? ' 1 1 0 33. Long ? 10 0 H. G. Donovan ? 0 12 6 J. H. Clampett ? 0 12 6 Wm. Corcoran ? 0 10 6 Rev. Wm. McGratli ? 0 10 0 Mr. Patrick Dwyer ' ? 0 10 0 Michael O'Connor ? 0 10 0 James Dwyer ? 0 10 0 James Sheekey ... ... 0 7 6 John O'Connor ? 0 7 6 Patrick Kerrins ? 0 7 6 C. Weifert ? 0 5 0 Rodger Ryan ? 0 6 0 John Mclnerney ? 0 6 0 James Murray, ... ... 0 6 0 John Hayes ? 0 6 0 James Ryan ? 0 6 0 Edward Brown ? 0 5 0 Patrick O'Connor ... ... 0 6 0 Michael O'Connor ? 0 6 0 Thomas Delohery ? 0 5 0 Thomas Rush ? 0 5 0 Henry Butteushaw ? -0 6 0 James Gilhooley ... ... O 6 0 J. W. Alldis ? 0 6 0 Michael Crowe ? 0 6 0 Mrs. Wm. O'Connor ' ? 0 ...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton Enquires.) Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

' . Wednesday, October 7. (Before W. D. ^Campbell and W. J. E. Wolton Esquires.) Larceny. Regina v. Benjamin Pemiuell. Roderick Flynn deposed : I am a constable stationed at Burrowa ; about (3 p.m. on Monday last, the prisoner was given into my custody by a nian named John Mason, charged with stealing from him a bottle of rum, which I now produce ; prisoner was present, and I asked him what he had to say ; in reply, he said he knew nothing at all about tbe matter ; that Mason had previously charged another person with stealing it ; some conversation took place between prisoner and Mason on the way to the lock-up, and prisoner said that Mason would be sorry next day for charging him with the offence, as he knew nothing about the affair ; Mason also stated in prisoner's presence, 'I have lost a £1 note from my waistcoat pocket ; I think prisoner has it, but I did not see him take it, and I cannot charge him with it ; I took the prisoner to the lock-up, and after searching him, I told ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BURROWA. ON SUNDAY NEXT there will be Divine Service in this Church at 7 o'clock in the Evening. Wanted, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Wages, 15s. per week. Apply to ? MRS. POPLIN, Springfield. October 7th, 1874. WANTED, A GOOD STOCKMAN. Apply to J. N. RYAN, Bally-Ryan. October 6th, 1874. A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT, FOR SALE, a Good and Well-established BUTCHERING BUSINESS in Burrowa. For particulars, apply to J. W. COSTELLO. Burrowa, October 9 ill. LEGAL. 5£c. Ebarj CL taavaa, M.I,, SOLICITOR, Attends at Mnrruinlinrrah every Court -l«y ; „ Binalong, Young, aud (Jowrn, 011 retainer. Office : — BEiAr.-SrBEET, Buhrowa. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, A BRANCH of this BANK- is now Open J\. at OOOTAMUNDRY, for the usual transaction of Banking business. HERBERT ELDER, Acting- Manager. Cootainundra, 26th Sept., 1874.

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MODEL FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

MODEL FARMING. {From the Sydney Mail.) It is a striking fact that the judgeB of competing farms at the Bedford meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society of England preferred old fashioned management to the new — that style in which the farmer supplies all his own wants anc( only goes to market to sell. He buys no manure, no cake, no feeding stuff. Of the winner's management the Gazette says : — Tlie Society's judges this year, as hitherto,, have preferred the highest style of the good old fashioned management — a system self-contained and independent. Mr. Crouch in particular need never go to market except to sell. He must probably purchase now and then a bull, and every year a ram or two, and possibly he may require occasionally a change of seed, but otherwise bis farm is self-supporting. Whether on strict theoretical considerations that is perpetually possible, may be disputed ; but, buying no manure or hardly any, and no cake, he may breed his beef,, mutton, and bacon, growing th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

MERINO RAMS. FOE BALE; at GE6ULLAL0NG, about : 160 YOUNG RAMS. Apply to CHARLES BLOOMFIELD. ? [k Oabd.] T.4. GARRY, jg fg ^«| || fg l| ig^ Hi §i II, la ^ Always in Stock a Good Supply of First-class Drugs, Perfumery, &c., &c. TO XANDED PROPRIETORS, FREE -SELECTORS, AND OTHERS. MR. W.S. QUAIL, C.E., AND LAND SURVEYOR, HAVING visited Burrowa, desires to inform the above that he is now pre pared to effect Accurate Surveys of every description ; and as his stay will be very limited, he particularly reqnests all who have land to measure to communicate at once with himself, or with Mr. D. J. O'NEILL, Com mercial Hotel, Burrowa. July 24tb, 1874. BROCK &FOSBEUY, Stock Sf Station Agents, AND AUCTIONERS, Y O XT JST -3- Wm. B PETT, STOREKEEPER. \ FULL ASSORTMENT OF GROCICBT, DRAPERY', IRONMONGERY, FANCY GOODS, BOOTS, &.c, 4c, At the Oldest Established Store in Burrowa. ' June 5th, 1874. To Stand this Season, AT CASEY'S SPRINGS, NEAR DOUGLAS, THE HEAVY DRAUGHT ST...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

r ENGLISH MAIL. ?Lettebs for the next English Mail-steamer, via San Trancisco, must be posted in Burrowa not later than Thursday. evening, October 22nd.

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POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

^feMSJS/Ssf OFFICE TIMEvrAfcLfc. ! feS^iri^^^in despatch OF'MAtts. : ;5 J ^^Bom'^aiaiigSr^Tangnistigaroo — On -JTueafliy, Weo ,^-Xti§l^'gjSSJ«%fij|»»diV. *«d Saturday, nl 56 'SO *-An. ';;®|^yi)«|#iffiH|&|d**f«roi^d— On Thursday, Friday, ;»iS^S^^jS^g^id Eye JPark— On Saturday, at 6 0^0^dm^m^^,via Phil'* Creek and Hbrell'tOreek ?.£'' ft4^ ^^n'Aft&ncJ'Bj, at 6 p.m. .''- ri'oirii3rju»s'viaiid^rangmangaroo— On Monday, Wed ,: S; ^eaaayVlWaBT, and Saturday, at 6 10 'a m. , 3JV»r jfcuiii; anaatarenEo— On Wpdnesday, I'liur-aSay ? ?????'. ??S- «iid:fiBtiirdiiy,at 6 40 pm. i/: ^r^J&wJciwid »alton-On FrHay, at 1 am, J . S'orSeJa'B^iati^to Will's Creek and Novell's Creek ?-'? —On Sunday, at 10 a.m '^MorreyxirdfiMiBBuea daily from 9am witil-%*p.m. On Sunday *Jie oBoe will b6 opon between the bour« of 1 p.m. and 2pm, for delivery only.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

IMPOUNDING^. Cowba.— Impounded at Cowra, on September 25th, from Cocomingla, by Mr. Thos. Smith : Dark bay or brown horse, stumpy tail, to over O near shoulder, 3 years, 14 hands. Also, on September 30th, from Mulyan, by Mr. Iron-grey horse, both fore and off hind feet white, like JD over square near' shoulder, like J over diamond off shoulder, broken-in, aged, 15 hands. Black entire colt, star in forehead, like Si off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. . , To be sold on October 22nd. 'GmnnKG. — Impounded at Gunning, on October 3rd, from Frankfield Creek, by Mr. P. Bums : Bay mare, white down face, off hind foot white, O over q near shoulder, 6 years, 15{ hands. To be sold on October 22nd. ? North Yass.— Impounded at North Ybbb, on September 30th, from Douro Estate, by order of the Superintendent, for trespass : Dark bay mare, star, C over like* C3 or Cts near shoulder, little white on hind fetlocks, -hobble- strap on off fore foot, aged, about 15 hands. Dark grey colt, bald face, off hind f...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & FOSBERY'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Bhock & Fosbery's Report.] Fat Stock : We have but few inquiries, and the local market is fully supplied. We quote — Bullocks, £7 10s. to £8 10i. ; cows, £6 10s. to £7 10s. ?; wethers, 12s. to 14s. Store Stock ; Spring now having fairly set in, buyers are beginning to appreciate the advantage of securing stores of fattening ages, before the inevitable rise which must take place, as summer advances. We shall offer on the 10th of this inontli, about 400 prime stores, at the Show Yards, and expect a large attendance. We quote — Bullocks, £4 Oj. to £5 lo&. ; cows, £3 10s. to £5 10s. Rams : We have sold on account of Mr. J. H. Wallis, to Mr. C. Marina, of Moppily, two pure Tasmanian rams, price, sixty guineas. These sheep have taken the first prizes at the Burran gong Show, for the years 1872 and 1874, and we can congratulate Mr. Marina on becoming the possessor of some of the* be6t blood in the country. Young, October 2nd. [Messes. Remmington ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON—SEPTEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. jiedteb's telisguams to australian associated pbess. LONDON— September 30. Tlie Journal of St. Petersburg delates that tbe cordial agreement between Austria, Gennany, and Russia remains intact notwithstanding that Russia declines to recognize the Spanish Republic. It explains that, in standing aloof, Russia is actuated solely by a desire to abbtain from interfeience in \ Spanibh affairs. It is added that the Czar simply acknowledged the lettei of Don Cailos, tfianking him for his nonrecoguition of Marshal Serrano. 1 ' October 1. Tlie' Time § contradicts the rumours which have been circulated in regard to the alleged embar rassment of the Prince of Wales. It explains that although the income of his Royal HighneBS has not been sufficient to meet his expenditure, he will be able to adjuBt his finances by the realisa tion of property in the Duchy of Cornwall. ; October, 3. The steamship Faraday lias returned to Queens town. During a gale tlie cable she was laying pa...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROW A PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

' COMMERCIAL. BURROW A PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per ton. Wheat, 3s. !)d. to 4s. p«r bushel. Maize, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per busliM. Oat.°, 3s. per bushel. Bailey, 3s. per bushel. Hay, £3 l()s. to £4 per ton Cheese, Gd. per Hi. Butter. Ik. per Hi. liacon, Gd. per lb. Potatoes, !ji. per cwt. Sheepskins, 4J. lo Gd. per lb. Hides, 3d. per lb. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet Wattle baik, £.5 10s. per ton.

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UNDEFINED PRE-EMTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

tiTOEFIMfoTRE-EMTlVE^LEASES. - The claims, of the undermentioned persons for pre-emptive leaseB have teen' approved, subject to the conditions set forth in {he Begulations of lot November, 1861.. , - .' Applicants are reminded that the rente o$ the lands in .question far the. year commencing on the let of January. 1875. must be paid to the Airent forth'eSale of Crown Lands of the district, in' l^^_whichihey we situated, or to the Treasurer -in JWrdney, within two months from 2nd Oct, 1874. ^Thexent of these Leases is at the rate of £1 ? ? . per lot per annum for all lots not exceeding 320 acres, and «t the rate of £2 per Bection per annum ' for all lots above that area. The sums hereunder 6hovra are those which mu6t therefore be paid for* thelote. . * ??'?' . -L ' The.'renewal of rent for 1876 of any of these Leases must be paid in the month of September next. ' ; _. - . : '-. .??? Burrowa District.. James Morray, Boorowa, 240 acres, in county of Harden, parish of Nnrung ; rent, JEL...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, On Friday, 30th October. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

CROWN LANDS SALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, B00R0WA, ' On Friday, 30Ui October. COCKTRY LOTS. Lot A, 45 acres, county of Harden, parish of Mylora, on the right bank of lllalong Creek, ad joining the north-eastern boundary of John Dean's conditional purchase of 40 acres, portion 33. Ex clusively of a road 150 links wide. Lot B, 70 acres, county of Harden, parish of Mylora; on the left bank of Jugiong Creek, ad joining the northern boundajy of G. James' con ditional purchase 01 OU acres, portion 41. Inclu sively of a road 150 links wide. Lot C, 40 acres, county of Harden, parish of Bookham, adjoining the northern and. western boundaries respectively of P. C. Julian's condi tional purchases of 50 acres and 40 acres, portions 31 and 33. Lot D, 110 acres, and lot E, 104 acres, county of Harden, parish of Bookham, on the left bank of Connor's Creek, adjoining and near southern boundary of T. Drummond's squalling purchase' of 1G0 acres. ? Lot F, 40 acres, county of Harden parish of Galong, on ...

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LOCAL LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

LOCAL LAND REVENUE. We are indebted to W. J. E. WoUon, Esq., for the following return, showing the amounts re ceived at die Land Office, Burrowa, during the quarter ending 30th September, 1874 :— £ 8. D. Conditional Purchases : Deposits ? 2465 16. 4 Interest* ? 28 17 5 Balances ? 549 15 0 Deed fees ? 10 0 0 Auction Sales : Deposits ? 152 12 1 Balances ? 156 15 11 Dgeds ...:............. ? f8 )) 0 Selections jifter Auction ............... 334 15 0 DeedB ? 5 0 0 Leases : Pre-emptive .Leases ............ 6 16 5 Renewal of Leases ? 748 3 11 Timber Licenses ? 2 15 0 Total ? ....£4,471 7 1 MlBOBIXANEODS ITEMS. Court fees ? 4 8 .8 Court fines ? 63 1 0 District Court fees ? 4 18 0 Miscellaneous account ? 0 6 0 Total ? £72-13 8 The total amount received during the past nine months was as follows : — For land revenue, £13,282 8s. 7d. ; fines, fees, &c., £285 9s. 2d. ;— total, £13,567 17s. 9d.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

Magisterial Inquiry. — On Monday afternoAn last a magisterial inquiry was held by W. D. Campbell, Esq., J.P., respecting the cause of death of an old man well known in this neigh bourhood. The facts disclosed may be briefly summarised as follows : The deceased, Patrick Corker}', was a native of Cork, and 74 years of ase ; he had for a' short time been employed by Mr. Wilding, shepherding sheep in a paddock ; his son wa6. also in the same employment; the deceased generally went home once a fortnight to his wife's residence, near Burrowa. During the last week he 6poke to his son about going home, and seemed anxious to go during the week, but his son advised him to wait until Sunday, and he would look after (he sheep. Deceased had generally enjoyed good health, but during the last year he had been troubled with severe colds, accompanied by spitting of blood. On Friday, October 2nd, deceased was in his usual state of health, and had breakfast before he went out with the sheep, taking hi...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following is a list (Xo. ](i) of unclaimed letters now lying at the Guiitral Post Ofliee, Sydney :— 111 Mrs. Mary Bodkin, Burrowa ]fi H'.hvanl Dart-a, Fish River % J. Doulhin, Mumimburrah 34 T. B. Gibbous (dea-i), Burrowa 31 M. Hauiond, Lachluu River 32 Hammond & Johu^on, Junee 79 Win. Hayee. Burrowa 171 M. Hudson, Luchlan River 47 Michael Kerrius, Young 30 Patk. Lawler, Burrowa 114 M. M'lnnerney, Young 115 James M'Inues, Crookwell 248 O. B. P. Morriset, Walla Walla 31 Jno. D. Osborne, Binalong 20 J. Paterson, Yass 36 J. Reid, Fish River 119 Mrs. Sophia Ryan, Burrowa (2) 60 Miss. Elizabeth Shoard, Burrowa 73 W. Slayton, Burrowa 120 F. Smith, Bang Bang 27 Chas. H. Thomas, Mumimburrah 26 J. Walsh, Fish River 36 Mrs. G. Ward, Young 71 Thos. Well6. Lachlau River

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