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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

6 it ^.^T E L^:-^ RtA MiS; fFfiOii octb Tele(}bai-hic Cobeebpohdent.] ,, SYDJSEY, January 21. 5tbe debkte on the Want of CbnGdence ^jfclion S terminated wlth: a-fmiijori^ : of twelve for this Government. The result of . the division was received with cheers on both sides of the House. , Sixty, ^four-mem- bers Voted. The Australian Joint Stock Bank de clared a dividend and bonus eqnal to 1U£ per cent. , Sproule, assistant at. the Band wick Destitute Ghildrens' Asylum, sentenced to four months' hard labour for cruelly ill treating .a hoy, and wits -committed' for. trial at the Criminal Court on . a. ' second' charge. ? j A Chinese prisoner in Parramatta Gaol ? ? suited. The Torres... Straits -Mail steamship ' Brisbane ' . arrived at Singapore on Saturday last. ^ The new :Diggiqgs at Carcoar caused much excitcment ; great rush for licenses. M'Kenmri committed fqr txial for wil- ' ful murder for. the Hay Market shooting case.' Cattle. — Fat : Supply, excessive ; besf^ L7 15s to L8.: Sto...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

The Committee of the Agricultural and Pastoral Society have done wisely in extending the operations of . their as sociation^ .Hitherto, tlie Bega Society has been inenely a private show club, mrtmkoKa llOVinff flAAtl PV. (LUJ - mwvh v» eluded from romp&irig except in miuor classes ; and it has .followed that ' the Bega Society1, has occupied about the low^^jasiUori.^iHong kindred associa ? the hibi tract ough dney are icon, ; tbrte ot ttie princjpai »ujui5 «uij ex ^^orte, and for Jhesepe^tiut joseegood ^^',l 3Sie want fa Show Ground&as been P^^?barrxeE'tf- iSeprogress of the wdety, MpauA thw jiajop ifilfSw5 feo^%»diand fbture we Bee our gy^^tcietyjMtogamong ihp ^n^cessful To ConBKSPOKDEKTS.— Letter fmm 'Church- Wan,'- Colombo, in our next ; nlso Mr. laskcr's letter lespccMngrnce report Land Sat.?:. — We notice that (he sale of the balance of M'GrcR' r's sub-division allotments is postponed, as likcly'to intcferc with tbcSpoits to c -mc off, wc believe, on Wednesday n...

BOMBALA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

BOMBALA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. The following are the nominations for tbe above, which closed on Tuesday last . maiden plate. Mr.-B. Lipscombe's brg Saucebox, 3 yeais J. Mallon'6 b m My Dream. 4 years W. Coulter's blk h Discount, by Smuggler — 'Zoe, 4 years A. Alcock's b g Samson, 4 years A. W. Brooke's b f The Deer, by Avondale — Lady Margaret, 2 years W, Cosgrove's b f Cigarette, by Lord of Linnc — Lurlioe, 5 years J. Wilson's blk h Romancer, B years M. McAlister's bgNutwith by Snowden — Jeannette, 3 yeais. ? 1 TATTEKSALL'S CUP. - j Mi . W. Coulter's blk h Discount, 4 yrs _ John Kennedy's b g Priam, by Millionaire — j Mina, G years James Thompson's ch m Goldfish, by Smug gler, 6 yeais ? br g King Tom, by Dolo, aged ? blk m Starfish, by Smug gler, S yeara' . A. W. Brooke's b g Banker, by Avondale — Hebe, 6 years - A. W. Brooke's ch h Monarch, by Stafford — Medea, 4 years W. Cosgrove's b f Cigarette, by Lord of Linne — Lurline, 6 years W. Cosgrove's St. Door, (late Duffer) J. Wilson, s b...

THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

THE HOSPITAL. A considerable muster of gentlemen favourable to the establishment of the Bega Hospital got together at the Court House on Tuesday afternoon. On the I motion of Mr.- Haslingden, J.P., Mr. H. Wren, J.P., was voted to the chair, and briefly explained tbe objects of the meet in-r TTi» riv-d tn +])*- cotrj-rnl rirriipnt.fi that would come before the meeting, and stated his own idea was, that a cottage hospital would meet their wants ; such as they had many years ago at Panbula, and this they made almost self-supporting. Mr. Braine moved the first resolution — ' Tbat an Hospital be commenced in Bega,' and in a few remarks referredjto the con stant agitation that had been Kept up by the Press for years past. He thought the want of such an institution was now felt, aud he trusted the movement would be taken up with spirit. Mr. J. M. Maher seconded the resolu tion, and in few able remarks pointed out j the great advantages the sick and afflicted would derive from such an insti...

THE ATHENEUM AND OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

THE A TUENjEUM AND OURSELVES. 1 Ik a recent issue of Ibis Journal we^ pointed ont Ibat, iu too many cases, constituencies preferred local candidates to otliers'possesBing greatly superior qualifications, but whose monetary iutereste were -in no special way bound tip with those of the district they sought to represent. ? The Bega Standard ~ ~ ~ l.A»« ?'?nnmnnil flm( tvA in OVUII1D iu »ia*V lUiUQIMVM ????-» ? ? — -I ? the course of these remarks, to insu.t conntry constituencies and members representing them. No such insult was intended. ^ The average country constituency is as intelligent as »ony body of Sydney electors, and the average country member is qaile as useful and certainly quite as ornamental, as bis metropolian confrere. But ibe fact remains that voles are influenced by municipal con siderations, and that members of Parliament are far more anxious to parade their doings for the special benefit of the districts thoy re present, than to rely upon the effect of their policy ...

ARREARS OF INTEREST ON CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

ARREARS OF INTEREST ON CON- I DITIONAL PURCHASES. Arrears of interest to the amonnts set forth in the return hereto appcndcl, having become due on account of tbe conditional purchases therein respectively, particular ized, it is hereby notified for the informa tion of all parties interested, that the said amount will do received at tne t/oionial - Treasury, in Sydney, or by the land agents of the respective districts, if tendered be fore the 1st April, 1S76. Any of the said conditional purchases iu tcspect of which feuch amonnts may remain unpaid on the said date, will be held to have reverted to her Majesty, pursuant to the 18th clause of the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, aud dealt with accordingly. Thomas Gabbett. Department of Lands, Sydney, January llth,1876.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

Jaundiced Views. — The bilious and dys peptic subject-takes ' jaundiced views' of everything, always looks at the worst side. He is despondent, gloomy, full of forebodings, in short a most wretched individual, Tet him take heart of grace. There is a certain remedy for h,s depression, for kis gastric tortures, for all the ills that a disordered Btoinach and liver inflict TJlolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Abomatio Schnapps, taken thrice a day, will make a different man of bim in a ' month.

BEGA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

Bkga Distmct. The parties in the arrears arc : — C. S. Black, Frank Boiler, Wm. O'Brien, Georgina Berne, John O'Neill, Daniel Gowing, Arch, Spence, Thomas Richards, D. Gowing, Janet Spence, Wm. Heffernan, D. Heffernan, J. Jauncey, J. S. M'Gregor, Wm. M'Gregor, Margaret Gowing, Fred Berne, Richard Thomas, D. A. Gowing, John Collins, R. W. Beck, Ed. Hasling den, D. Heffernan, John O'Neill, Joshua Britten, Dennis Heffernan, Arch. Spence, John Britten, Lydia F. Beck, Michael Gillespie, j. B. Bundle, James Manning, Mary Ann Kirby, Mary E. Behl, Henry Lucas, W. W. Wren, Samuel Britten, Thomas H. Jaggers, Phillippc Behl, junr., R. R. Bligb, G. H. Dawson, R. L. Tooth, W. H. A. M'Gregor, Eliza Pruss, Char lotte Pruss, Mary A. Pruss, John Gowing, A. M. Brick, D. Tarlinton, W. D. Tarlin ton, P. M'Cauley, Rcb. Johnstone Total arrears of interest, £363 18s lOd.

HERALD'S TELEGRAMS. CARCOAR. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

HERALD'S TELEGRAMS. CABCOAB. _ - ' - Mondav. At 5 o'clock this morning Mr. Icely com menced to issue licenses at. Mandurama. There was a great rush for. the .first 150 licenses, but the arrangement for issuing was so perfect tbat, except for the great crushing 1 and pushing for the very first, all passed ofiE ' wuii- xu9 -pupuiauuu.uL iue new townsuip is now .about 5000, and but that a little dissatis faction is expressed at Mr. Ice'y's determina tion to adhere to the day originally advertised for the miners to commence ^digging, all seem in good spirits. Scores of men kept as close as they could stand to the office window all Sunday night, determined to get an early license tbat they might secure their fancy spots. The crush, though the licenses were issued very fast, was rather alarming. GULGOHd. Monday. - On Sunday night, a miner, named Bobert Prior, attempted to take the life of John Holden, bv shooting him in Bayley-street. He missed the first shot; then rushed Holden, and knoc...

EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

EDEN. (Fbom a Correspondent.) We had a little mild excitement here on Wednesday last, 12th inst. Just as the steamer John Penn arrived at the wharf a fair crowd, for our little town, had gathered, and our wharf was unusually lively with tbe steamer and tne JbJilen, tne latter just fitted up with wool, both alongside. Word came along, ' rush, oh ! ' a school of right whales playing and. disporting them selves outside. Great excitement ; ar-y one of those fish worth a cool £500; the boats all laid up and the crews scattered shearing or farming ; what was to be done ? One of the Powers, a boro whaler, took in baud the task of bunting np a crew, and by 4 o'clock next morning two boats were afloat, and away in chase. They had a hard pull of four or five hours, and came back reporting the school to be one of ' fiu backs,' bard to get at, and not much good when they are secured. Like the old fable of the ' sour grapes,' all- the whales that get away are ' fin backs.' The Bay is all agog wi...

SHIPPING. MERUMNULA [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

SHIPPING. MER.IMBCI.A DfcfrAntp£K-—Jolm Penn (s,), Captain Sbced, for Sydney, inst. ; Passengers — MrsKe?$, Jlrs. M'Iicaii, Mrs. Caswell, Miss CnswellpMXsij ilotiovcr, Mis. HenwAfrtl, Miss A ) ! *voml Miss ^ewbujiV M esCltiss, Tiliss Nolau, Mrs&tcaVcr, Miss Spcucr, Mhs Heath, Messrs. ^ilwncn, Hen VonrV F.lsl-ftir Mnrrsiv. ICrvP. Ki'tiUcb. M&lkcr* Svimlcvcr, Rnmcr, u.nl 6 in the steerage. | Aabjval,— John Perm, Captain ShccA, from j Sydney, Itrtliioslflnfc. JPasscuptirs— rMrs, M'Clcnn : sud.cbild, Mis. White anil S children, Mre. Hen \rooj9f-'Mrj», Davidson. ntid child, Mre. Jcfcse, Mis. ! Hays, Mre. Ohidgey and 4 cVilditin, M fi. B!ax* i ?laud, Mrs. Slrnudxridg.', Messrs. Kowen, W, M. AVbltc. T-»osc, ShormmJ. Johuson, Holden, Mor gan. Rawley, CI fir k, Hortoo, Graham, Carroll, aud'12 in the fctcer.-ige. V. Browu. agent.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

' Shipping^: r' -A : r ; - Ulawarra; StfeaSni 'Kavigatibii ' '-- .; Company. -' WEEKLY 'Steamer between SYDNEXt :n MERIMBULA, .'TABTHRA, and EDEN. - . ?' ? From SYDNEY - every TUESDAY at 9 a.m. From EDEN & WliBBi BULA; on ' FRIDAY ' 'Worn)ris.,:j On. alloccasions calling at TAflTBA'eafch way, weather permitting. : .F«Te8tand , ? NO i€ihafy»e made for. during the voyaBcBSftUesesteapere'T'' j Agents : Merimbula1Mi'. Vi ri cent B j-own - Ederij 'Mr. Keon ; a.nd ' ait Tarthra,- -Captkin Sirgfeant.' 7 -?'?'' i ^Sydney, 14th. May,' 1874. ???: ? ' -. BEGtKAB COMMUMCATIOH . jLjsa^ .. ' . ' Between JgSKj^. . SYDNEY, . . EDEIf, aid tguSSafe 5PABTHBA. ' tiptedfbr her fast 'anil ; regular passages,' will in future 'RUN ?' REGULARLY -.-between 'Sydney andEden; Eallmg/atTartbraeach way. : 1 ; Fof :full particulars as;to -.datesjof sailing and atesoffrcigh^ .apply'to ? '? . ' 6.' & H; feOLOHOK', ?' r . ;' 'f''u BSea.-' - ?? Business, Directory. ! ' . ... s^BRqwr''' ;; A U e :T I O ...

REPORTS. J. J. BOWELL'S REPORT. Cooma, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

REPORTS. J, J. no WELL'S BEPOBT. . Cooma, January 14. Fat Cattle.— Market fairly supplied. 1 sold ' yesterday two lota of cows, on account of Mr. P. M'Namara and J. Brown.; the first lot realised nri average of £6 per hood, and the tecoud lot (Mr. Brown's) £5 overage. I have several small lots on hand, really good. Store Cattle.— 1 sold yesterday 7fi steers and beifcrs on account of Mr. T. O'llourkc. at £2 10s : *a«o a small lot on account of Mr. Quiglcy, cows WB3 10s j steers and heifers at £2. I have £0 steers and heifers, (Mr. P. M 'Nanism's) -on band also, but foiled to find a purchaser, and have forwarded 'them on to another market. Sheep:— I sold a lot of 200 mixed sheep on Tuesday at Cs per bead ; thrss are the first ifis — ,i „-? - i,**-,,,,,!, tVic vnrds since shearing. I hai e a very large number on band, and expcct shortly to be holding the regular weekly sales. I have enquiries from another district for 3 years wctbere, and sound nuuthed'ewes. Horses. — Yesterday at auct...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

COMMERCIAL. Beoa Standard Office, . Friday evening. Wc received the following prices current by lei eg ram tliis (Friday) evening : — vt ilEsnT Priestly & Go's Pbioe List. *-S (By Electric Telegraph. ) // - & 8. t3. Maize ? ? 0 4 8 per bus Hides ? ? 0 0 ' 1-- Tallow... ? 30 0 0 ' Ion Pigs ? 0 0 4 ' lb Bacon ? 0 0 10 ' ' Butter... ' ? ? n r ii « unccse ? ? ' ' ' , , Oats ? ? ? ? busl Barlev... ? ? ... 0 3 4 ' ' Wattle Bark ? 7 0 0 « ton Flour ? ' — ™ 0 0' ton £3 Sussex-street, Sydney, 21 January, 187 0 ? J. Mellidat's Pbice List. {By Electric Telegraph.) £ 8. d. Buiter ...' ... ? 0 1 3 per lb. Cheese... ? ? 0 0 7 *' Bacon ? 0 0 2 ' Hams ? 0 1 5 Maize ? 0 4 8 per bus. l'nrk ' ? 7 0 0 per ten. i?lour ? '3 0 0' Tallow ? ... ... 32 0 0 per Ion. Pigs, per lb. ... ? 0 0 B 82, Sucsox-slrcet, Sydney, 21st January, 1876

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

DISTRICT^ DIRECTOR S'. BEGA, | THE MAGISTRACY. | tti Wiieh, t5sq., Ivamenika : J.D,A«ot;'Esj Daisy Bank ; J5. IlASLlNGDEN, Esq.,Conlia 1natn;B. RItcihe, ijfoq., Daisy Hill : C.T. Stilus, Esq., tCcnoonn ; If. T. Kmnr, Esq., 11 ' ' ' 7^rookv»1i- ; I!. M. lJno*iy$«g.i Gipps 'street ;'M. J. PlSDEX, Ksq.t'Cilrp-Btrett; \V. D. TarLInYo'n, Esq., Breadbatonra j \y. J. LAne, Esq.. Knmerufen ; \yio.. ? M'G BBOtin, Esq., Brogp.j J.Jauncky, Esq.,' ? 'Angledato. ,0-/' ' , Clerkoftbc Bench V illoiSstrarof UieDistijct Court f ? ; ].J Land Appnt . . . yj._ Davis, Esq. ' ?4iegislr«r«f BSrllwj fee.- I '. . ' JCoiiiiiiieBionor iijfnsolvoncy . J Bailiff : G. M. Hanson 1! nil iff, Small bebts Court 1 R-W. CaI.DWKLL. ' iPoundl;mper ? S.. Bnow'N, INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. Bega School of Alts; Onrp-K(.; membership, 5b.^ pe- quarter. President. Dr. Sliiels ; Hon-. Secretary, C.; Harrison. Open to ..'tnSniliuife everyday, except when specially ,4 _fe'ngftgcdi trincc Alfred Lodge of Odd Follows, M.U Meeting...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

'OUR T EtiE GRA M S. ? fFEOM otm Telegraphic Coeeespohdent.] Sydney, January 28. The Assembly -passed the second reading of- the Validating of Agreements Bill. A Supply Bill for January passed through all stages in: both - Houses. It includes £2,500 additional for the Philadelphia Exhibition. : . . Anoth^ accident on the Western' Rail waj line. A porter named Lawson was killed. The Torres Stiaits Mail steamship Normanby arrived at Townsville yesterday. Trickett won the Champion Scullers Race at the Anniversary Regatta. Duflield's Victoria Mills, at Gawlor, South Australia, destroyed by fire. Cattle-— Fat .: Abundant supply; prices downward tendency ; best £7 10s to £8, -Stores Unaltered. MELBOURNE. £2000 worth of jewellery seized by Customs on . board .. the Wentworth from Sydney. .: LONDON. The Russian Press stigmatizes the conduct of Great. Britain as not content with acquiring territory in all parts of the world, wants to pocket the key to the whole of the South-eastern part of E...

ADDRESS AND TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REV. DR. COLETTI [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

ADDRESS AND TESTIMONIAL TO THE YEBY EEY. DR. COLETTL 'Wbex it became known that the above respected ecclesiastic, who has for nearly ten years acted as secretaiy to the vener able Archbishop of Sydney, Dr. foldings -vras abo-ut to visit' Home,' his ' patire city, ^ for a few manths, a movement 'was set on, f- . i t. ? A. .1 ? loot oy iujc * headed by the Archbishop, and the Coad jutor Archbishpp, tp present him with an address 1 and ' testimonial.' 1 The Catholic laity were also desirous of testifying their tetetrni^fid and their appreciation of.'iis good Christian example and'devbtion to' his duties, and accordingly Mr. P. A'. Jennings sind Mr, John Hughes, at the request of a large number orthe friends and admirers of the .reiVjgentl ejnan, piidertftolc . to arf' in the matfer.' ' It jfas' originally 'intended that the address frojn-the clergy and that from ? th'e-laity -should be presented tBgether ; but some delay' having ;'tak«j plafee-' ip the former, owing probably to the ? s...

(To the Editor of Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

(To the Editor of Bega Standard- ) Sir, — In the Standard of J the 8th inst. I. notice that you have mis-placed iny hjorse Bush-Rat in the Prince of -.Wales Stsikes. : You give him credit for being a bad third, whereas a true and imparcia}, report would place him a good second. '' Although a nnnr mnn T rapIt for nn flB.tt.prv ; -all T rp quire is fair play and no favor. „ Trusting you will have ..the ffoodness'of correcting your report'as' 'boriiplaiiied of in next issue of the S tankard, Yours obediently, ? --?- , GEORGE; TASKER. Candelo, 17th -January, 1876. : [Our report put Bush-j&t out of place. The error was made inadvertently, but we believe most peopleTon tlie.co^fse 'tllought Lily got second place. ; '- We 'niake the, amend to Mr. Tasker with- pleasure.— B. S.I . Grief in the Gabden.— The following. Js an cxtract from a letter to ajittle girl staying at-thesoaside in the autumn W e uiiss yotS^ in all ways, and I have, iev/en.^liYen comniis- ! sioned by the fruits an...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

Extraoe^in/ ny ,Cabe. —Some extraordinary particulars are given regarding the cause of the death in Paris, -which has just taken place, of the Princess Domenics Ciarelli. The Princess, who was a widow; with two little sons, had the misfortune to lose one, and in 'her despair she clung to the corpse and refused to let 'it be pat into the coffin. When the attendants succeeded in putting the tody into ', the coffin, the living child — who was much affected by his mother's grief — lifted the body secretly out again, and having -placed it inhis-jnother's bed, laid himself in the cof8n, and kept quite still, when the lid was put on,.£hd thejuneral procession proceeded to .churcli. , By .this, : time, half -stifled, he Screamed out, and was speedily released, but had barely time to tell his Btoiy, when he too expired. The mother, bearing of this, became alarmingly ill and beforclong died of grief. Stoby op Victor Emmanuel.— Victor Em manuel is really a first-rate shot. Having in a mountain...

Original Poetry. THE LAST DAY OF THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 January 1876

'? Origmal Ppefciy . ? , fTHE'LAST DAYfOFtTHElYBAR. - ;.This is the last day' of Jie^embcr, ' i QAUtT'tiielaSSt tfay- otiffie-jcar, n -Aiid Tin sitting a'ope in S»y .'dwelling 'While the fire burns bright anddear. In tlie'jbYayensjtjie^t&is are shining As o'er the caiih they shed tlieir light, . And the breeze is eenti v blowinir n .? | f'J' Xha sileht''caimJD^mh€^nighl.' ' I'm sifting alone ^y-tlie'fireside,' And myTieaft'ia light and gay, ?r ' 1 FoK l'Hi -)jtnkfng-,of ^oysthftt ale'coming; For to-morrow is New'Tear'i'Day.''' ?:':ii- Ah^''why1sfeuldiIjttilk'fe6j:'h:folly;- '?«? -?nj:- ^batmoilSlHlieifutured&eS'know, ' ---Fqr1o-day w.e.Dip:y be.quite. happy - , -' 1 Eireioiooriiw o'crthaded-with woe. j. JBut still I wjll not reginei )' tt /?, ^ Buttry to ;keep up m good cheer ; ' So fly., pen X will .pqw, resign, i : And' Wish' all & H-appy New Year. vnvr ' ?* H- Tbe Diclicato -T-rodbles or Twins. — Mr. 1 Gsltob', in 'a paper Miieli lie ihas -' contributed to...

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