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WANTS OF KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

WANTS OF KIAMA. An inteorittent supply of obsequiots new storekoupers to supply the modest wants of thloe culltotnors who live on the silence of their old victims, and the credulity of their new ones. Two or thlree sluprhumanly clever doctors capable of curilg all the ills the flesh is hoir tol ii;cluding tho wouiinds caused by that unruly Illriilher the tolngue, who can turn out of their beds in a cold winteor's night without using a big hil IU, to ilde fourteen luilles to attelld a clhili patient for whose speedy recovery or util. dtein remioval they aro supposed to offer upti foer v.-:t pray!rii i.. ll w:vy, whoso tiest energiess w.,ulhl b? d.?vutd ilt effeclig I sipeedoily jmitiuoni of ail rich ctz b patients with the great mllljority. A newspaper propriOtor who can trili the sails to catch overy blreeoz of publio opinion, nul plroduce a readlable paper without giving Olffelnce to anlyboly. A bank which will lend ioney at the lowest currentt rate of interest without requliring a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

I?UNCI [PAL COUNCIL., Tu'ir roglnar fortnightly ncetilng of tllie Council took plnce at theu iuIlti hlor on MondiIy hlit, .10th iltlnt,l alnd tlhere wero prIonlt--tih Maiynr, Alilerlllu n Lou, H larvuy, JIlilldilr'lih, Noble, M'Lityru, anld A. W\ilon,. Miiiutes.'of provicous imeeting wore roand and onllirlld., I'I'r 'ION. Aldorlnan A. Wilaon presentod n pItition frol'm ablout a nzy.un ratupayyra intureated in Williams' road diroulting attention to the bad tateli of a portio)n of that thoroughfairo near thle lato roaidunlo of. Mr. W. H. Gray, and prayilng the Cin lnoil to lavu thlo neooeoHnry ropalir oluitted, Aldrtnan Wilson moved that tlu Ipetition. i? receuivd nd consIidered at next inUUitg. Theo motion ws seuonded by Alderman Leo, and carriued. SThl only outgoing comllnuniitlion WmIl Icltotr to the ox-Mayor, Mr. John Juinos, oiullirillg .wllother he had ulemployed Mr. Mlay, soliito?r, in conooction with tile conlvoylnoe of theo Or ringoig recrea'tioln grund from ITr. Connelly to ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

GEREINGONG. (FRuoM . coun'turONvENT.) A coxcnln' was given in tith School of Arts, (larriugotg, on Friday evening last, by tMrs. B3ramtley and her pupils, tasisted by lady and gentleuman amateurs, in aid of the Church of ELilanld Temporance Society. Owing to tile threatening state of the weather tho attendance was very nmeagre. The opening number on the pr'ogranun was a pianoforto dutt by Mrs. Bl-'amley and Miss A. Lue. Miss L. 11ail was h!Iard to adi\antlgo inl a song, the mIno of which has escaped our Imetmory. IMr'. M'Donaltl gave a rending-" Pfaddy the Piper "-which g'reatly amuused his hearers. Thie nremainder of the lirst ptart of the prograntoul consisted of solos and clhoruses by Mrs. iramiley's pupils, an(d the excellent way inl which they wereo ton dcted rctlocts groat credit on hMrs. Brlatloy's elfibrts ill tcrching thoiu ll. Mr. i-funt gave a comic song entitled " Lots of Love," whichl was keenly appreciated by all tihe impressionabl young ladies present. After a short i...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENCE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

I~.. SIENC OE.'O? ~ 'A corronpon)'irlt of thiie idjic(il arnd Stnrical Riportiri nIullniiH liu mid iof.n it yoylIt wollifll' i£i.'22 'wl(i hdl aqni'vd lh.Ud o lhbit of( ontiir "oril.od uonl'o Itootto. TLioughi nllio Ilnbit woH only of Iliu'r tiunltlllt' ttlnlluilg Ido ha l onion nH 'i ul al n0 Iin i"ln td t a diy,I'inti l idl only do. otutlstil'to *l4x. pudr lay on thin oin'ou t Holioltn of f'riunld, Tmlt iffect. on her hot l hotl lld boon th j.i.intiu tn pinL il tlloiHw ioni nurvoun ; llto pilaod weOlnui'l, thu sttlnumoh got Mout of ordelr, inti,,):ilItoings't o0h10'r oymptnotti. tlther wosV Inmutiud dlillllly of bringliing hI going .up tlat.n;.: Au\ ittlimlt t Hltop tlho 'mllit 'wvn fi'l liwtli in t f'uw Ilint'H by IIOIIHO t, irvottonoHO, trontlu.iiiu. moinl itro tg dorulto f'or uon'iio, A now invuntion rolat iv to w'hlilpni' i1 tnle.. mothlo of otootrling lto, limuut Iht booti sultinillInl to ti Admlirti'lity. 'I'ho llit linti? tloittMl rooif, uroliud, or ilulinoud lt.rivo'rHely ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

SYDNEY NE W'. MIr. Brett, the Inspector-Gnooriil of PrisoIRn, hlis sOlnt in his IIinntiIl ruporto, which stltUs tlht, during the your just puassd, 84184 pirsonsi wero put in prison. 'Thos 8484, it in wull kiiuown, do not, by iniiu, iiniiBs ruprui'i It 1oir tliiihi IL purconitngo iof tho criminal clns,. Witlholuit x oi.,goratiiig, it. may bo 'usertud thilt quil, o three Stlino t.lit iiiiit r l i list oIl thOi procoied of crit;iu so tihrl wo hllvo 21,4tf2 pIi'soiitI livin? iiby broutilong tliu Ilws, and that in a. coiunitry whero Iheoru is ino paiupbri'ianl iuld, thoro?fore, I iin (tl(soilcIint on tlo wcoir olf wniit to hio ci'itIlio[IIt. 'Th'uro is, coirnsouuitly, no dillinilhy in cinplin ing thl niuiubor of outrlii'os whiuli a'ru coiniiuilly oclunrri nr bothl day illdt nighlit, ul peiilly in this city. The nil is verihably tilliid, with hlinrr, intld thle horror illcr'OIOes. 1Jltho IiHIpesctor-(.IIi oral cinlnmels thl whipping, of olrili'ders, bullt thl conosul lit8 bouon icuclllllo...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

Turw'sDM, Juwvr 20, 1886. }3ofnro HT. Conell, 1 ,q, P.M. \i'illia Tnh1(3.t' lo ,. uliugul with beoing dirti uk in 'I'rulrrloug.streL on the I9 th iuuuutanut. p1loudar (((ilty' anid wars lined 20s, ot' 24 hours in the itiaona lockup.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

.IAMA POLICE OOURT. SmrvuaAY, J.1 u 17, 1880. I3isoIr 1-1. Connlul, Eo~q., P.MI. Jalmes Suia lra wasI charged with boing ille gally onl thI proimiaos of Mr. (luorga Tory for an ulawful hurppse. C Constablae Banks deposed that the prisoner was givo: into his custidy at, 91.30 oM'elck thu previous night by Jaces Auldo'ran, servant of Tory's, for being illegally on the promiisoes of the Kiauua HIotcl; knuew the prisanler to have boo lolingg in Kiatua for the last two months, The prisoner was suotuncid to 14 days in the (ialla lock-up.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

KIAMA AGRICULTURAL ASSOOIA TION, Ttlr regular monthly mceting of this Associa tlio w'as hold in the Council Chamnber on Fri day voening last, and there were present-the Presideunt, thu senior and junior vice-Presi dents, dMessrs. Campbell, Somnerville, Cole, Love, T. and H. Fredericks, ,lames, Grey, COrtis, Sefton, Craig, Graham, Dunster, and the Socretary. Millnutes of previous meeting were read and conlirmed. COIrIESPONDENCE. The only nltgoing communication was a letter to 1). Wauglh, enquiring whether lie could undertllake the sltrvuy.of the new show ground, and showing theu necessity for the workl being done at once. The incoming letters were from (1.) Messrs. James IBrothers, ofibring to give special prizes of £2 10s and £1 for pen of six heifers under 3 years old, for dairy liurposes, to be the hosa tide property of exhibitor; (2.) Mr. It. Miller, prmlisinig special prizes oft 2 and £1 for the bust pen of 4 heifers for dairy purposes, age not to exceed 3: years, to be bred by ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPEAL COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 21 July 1886

?.PEAL 00PU?T,, Turonor, JULY 20, 18Z 6. lFroin 7.I, Cononll, l?.q., P.M., an1d , Catnrmon, ..q." 'sq .P.' ;i 1 Mr. J? . Pike uppoallui agoinlt (l?Itno', ruTnrry being rated at £11 e anid £1, 109. II statoth d that he alppealed agnlinll it Inst year' alt £i, bill it woa now inorelaned to £2215; laht year it wa roilucrl to £G, 1ir. G. Cousins, junt.,non nat.h, stated that all the, qclarrius ownod by Mlr. I'ile wro inlliidml, anolOllih to lll 0 ? res; the las?eiOslIIt i 1tIIho samto as lsit yelr ; lMr. Piioke dl,nls thii natid oay Ilthat hle only litd the £il?, niil that thlue i 6 noruO at present areo rtlld aIt l£110), 'ho IloBnch deloledthltl th rathIo rntoo mhlooll to 190 (o til the 5 our' . '1'h I'. SI. rllllllak l that it was n pity the other niasunt'r was nIt ipresent, n. no one on north conll olldurstanil tl, rIatn. lMr1'. Coisins also ittiod that he colll not ulnder. stblnd tl ti. Itc Cook's ploperty, assessed at £11. It transpirod that lot3 year It wst in full workinit (rdor,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. T IIE dlis?nso coll'llnileit' with n hli;tlit leo . aGn;g i ,ialent lof 1hu ito ii.n h, jilt, ift tieg l.cted, it. ill lim involves the wh)h11 framn e, (en lracin1g tho ki(dneys ,, liver, pa erela, and ill filet tlh elnire glnliinlar vxlaleia ; onld the tllij(tled ldranUgs ut n nlliri?lrnl'io xistec('11O Iuntil death glives relief' from Ia nlferillna Th. ' it ese it; often t ul n tn]ken for other comldiaitH; but ift' thi reaider willl l ask hi selthe following l<p sti.ons hlo will he aele to i determine l' l wthe.t r liI e hiltilIIf is olin of l tihe alicteii :-llvna I distre.ss, plain, or alit lietlly in b lnthiiig aIlt jr rating. Is the:i a dull. heavy feeling, attenl{ed i ly 'drow?siness) hoarve thie yes ai yellow tinge ? Do?e a thick, ali'ciy lnlne s lll gahlll bll ol hll gllo ?ll an d lg lllmt h in tlhe morningsii, necuolaiiupiild by n diisagrealnti tste ? Is l h tnu thet lai ated ? Is there Iaii in thIo sidt s anlt bta...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

WESLEYAN. Services will he conducted in the Wesloyan Church, on Sunday next, as follows: Kiama, at 1I n.o,.-itov. G. I. Glnason Rev. G. it, Glansrn will conduct service at Mr. Noble's, Saddleback, on Sunday next at 2,30 p.nm. Gerringong, at 7 p.m.-Rev. G. R. Gllnson Jamberoo at 11 n.m.-Rev. R.W. Orton Old Place at 2.30 p.m,--ltov, R. W. Orion Kiarna, at 7 p.m.--Rev. B. W. Orton Lay Services. Gerrigong , at 11 a.mn.-M-r. C. Cousins Janmorno at 7 p.0m.-Supply Shellharbour, at 11 am.--Mr. W. Cornford ,'axguou:d at 11 a.n,.-Mr. J. Rutledge

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

,k,, W. m. PAtINGi &t CO, 3 Georgie-st1 cet, lrnvr~ tin 1 , lrtt~pr'' AN) MflnS'I CO0tJ Pinnos, Organs & M~usjc, ýnII$ iý"t 11111 ý ý ` ý ý` 11!' ý 0 '+"*,iC.?'4.'ý 11 A IIII IIS U .1. A~p II I C NII(.(ll 1T \i U1'A\'( iP~a NI'$~Y 64IEr o jrppIý inniP WV. H. PALING & Co., tM Y I) N 1~ Y. i" l NI) F: i d 5'IC AND 1.0(11' f II (1.)V1 `'oc rl SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF ! BARGAINS'! PARG@A.INS ! lE CRE:T ASH SALE1 FOR ONE MONTH. F]RO1M TUESIDI)AY, i3TH JULY. AB this? s.ale is for, NETT CASH ONLY we have marked the goods at fi.gures which will clearly demonstrate the fact that you uan buy for cash twice as much as you can on, Credit. Berlin Wools, Creewel i Iks, and F"ancy '\Vork 1at~3rial will be sold regarclless of cost?. 7-i7-6 To The Resilents of the Kiiamna District,. T llI M IN EN'NT AND S UCOESSFIU I: HEALEJR, PROFESSOR J. MOR:iELL, MD., AVI.N(I htely 'r'ivu l t rom ln.o'l , tn'eur l the IPeolIu of thu dkstrih,, the tuo '. ehamevn CON rlTfIl'IN(1 hhn in all I...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

CCNONRIaAiIONAL CIIUItCu aO?,lnlNOONO. HR[ho Rlv, . HeighI'wa colduct:s sorviceo try Sunday as followu: 'errilgunJlg, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.nm. The editor roquoests that the various clorgy ao of thu district will forward anlnotllcemnelts services to tbo hold from tie to time in thoir urchCe, which notices will in all caseo be erted gratis. 'he Kiama Reporter. -o fBLLOIED EVERY WEiDNESDAY AND SATURODAY MORINING., SATURDAY, JULY 24.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

ONu BEEDIipN C A M.1.\ounTr" of the moslt celebraded lirokhis and iinlriov'is of Englih citt!, loonwe liuee culnn ill-ull-ill rilodeo's, ~ucll r?s lilhiewell, Ith, funduir of tho imlroved long.nini or N.' Luiuuer oti cttlo; P0(ic, thl most suiccessful I l:reford cattlloe brnt'di' on ricorid twunly yi'a?s algon; th. Collins, Maison, 31aynlmd, \Wethtrill, Si, Chlai'e, KIigh ltly, Ulnton, thu illoothis, &u., , ou., bre.ders of shoirt-horns. In the lit volum io Ai i a ii Slioirt-Horn J.l.rd flook (odited hy Luwis ], Allen, :Ssl.) 'ou dingrnis slowiiig thil coiintinous niid closu in.Ii d-in Ireedii wlhich produced tlii hull tojlut, Ilby fl' thl, ilosot :upuril aiul colh hniated ioniiil of hli diay, iid whch sold at COIiihlu ColliniI's i sa, fol' the tliin unp'ro. cod~iotld pr)iou oif' i000dol I-lis poligrlo c?iuniiiot ?I ostl.od so ns no t llolke i I(k oxtlllt of thue in und-in heondigr , of whiclh hlo w\s thle ulIt, lfully I pp,'r'ln, oxc'pt tO pnfl'los faiiiiliii 'iih sulch tlh...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

fm land quICestionl is thrusting itself upon ublic tltention once mtore. .It was hoped that the Land Law of 1884 would put an ,,.nd to the grievances of squatters and so Ictors, but it has not done so. At the pro - nt time both classes are crying out against t, and thero is every likelihood of a now land crusade on a large scale at no distant to. Indeed it might ho said to havo corn. n"mwed already, for thoso who have to do with land, whether for purely agricultural or pastoral purposes, aro agitating for tn amended Land Law. Meetings are held and deputations are appointed to press the claims of the various classes upon the Government, and the Land Office is almost in a stato of siege. A few days ago i selector's deputa tion waited on the Minister for Lands to urge him to remove certain restrictions im posed by the existing Land Law, and to grant conditional purchasers certain privi. loges with respect to the placing of improve. ments on their land. Tho Minister was asked to allow a...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LIGHT OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

THE LIGHT OF THE 1'UTUriE. .(From tllo" .Pall Mall Gazelteo.") WomiilN are declared by cynics (writes one of our represeontatives) never to have in vented anything. ]But the cynics, ts usual, are wrong, and women are taking out patents every year. The latest case in point nmy be soon in Victoria-str?et, wlheo overy v\'ln ing whll darkness sets in the area of tlh St. Mlarga.ret's oflices is brilliantly illuinate(d T'lu light, which runs clear anll wlhite to tl furthust ond of tile taren, Ieaseuring 120 feet, falls also throulgh tllhe idk door along tih passago where the lady invll tors have tlhir workrooml. It proceeds from a aiistorn in glliously huing to show tho water light; to full advantage. 'Tle room in whiuh the Misses IHealo exhibitlc their invention, anul maka thir experimeuts (says ono of our represenltativces, who reocntlly viiitled thl ladies to lernll wllhtler this patenlted now light was anotlor proof of tlho fallacy that wolnme lack tlhe power of invention), is half wo...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

NOTES OF THE DAY. IT was often said during the discussion on the taxation proposals that no change should be umade in the liscal policy of the colony without an appeal to the people. On Monday ovening last two publio meotings were held, one in Syd noy and the other in Bathurst, to elicit an ex pression of opinion on the present situation of afllirs, At both meetings the greatest excite mont and confusion prevailed. The Bathurst people by a small majority approved of the action of the present Government, and conse quently motions that had been prepared con demnsing the Customs duties, the exclusion of the Press, and Sunday sittings, woro not put. The meeting at Paddington was convened os tensibly for the purpose of expnressing approval of the conduct of Mr. J. C. Neild "in assisting to maintain the rights of the people and the spirit of the constitution." Mr. Noild's lung power is something phonomonal. His "stone wall" speech of nine hours is now historical. I-sie aciovorment was her...

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[?]ND DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

D DOCTORB. following from the " Eng c and World of Science," of " thinging" readers may perhaps be ig to give some thought to one or two ques. ts which I cannot got answered by men of my own profession. I do not know if in other professions besides the medical a sys ternm of" boycotting" questioners who seeum to suggest any weakness in traditional faith is carried out; but certainly a young doctor like myself can get no help from the profes sion in certain directions, so I take the liberty of writing to you the remarks which 'ore not permitted to be publishad in the medical journals, and which for some reason which I am utterly unable to comprehend 11 are thought to be unprofessional by one's 'brother doctors .. Dr. Wilks asked a large and representa tive meeting of medical men not long ago ihe following rather startling questions: ` flow many medicines are given in these isys fromt a knowledge of their notion 7 I Van, when all of us without exception so ft as I know, write down on ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, A QUA'rnttt." liceonsing court will be hold in Kiatna on thu 27th instant, Tita Lam bton minors have reouelllld work again after a short striko of two days' duration, A TeLcoeaM fronm Bourke says-Theo tnOet ployed are still arriving horo, and no usual pouniloess. W\ are pleased to noltic the advanoo of the tarrawtvtt IlHeraul which is now publihlled twice a weak intouad of umnce. Tue Bishop of Adolaido calls fahilonablo young ladio ''"cnmus." \\e outppuoe It is be onuto their collars compel theou to stretch their necks, New Sourlt W\Vnls contains 183 un'roXietorod nmdical prautitlonure, while Quoonaland, South Australia, Wesotern Astralia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Now Zealand, can only muster .74 amongst them altogethuer. A imltonr reanclhd Bega on Monday night, that gold had buot discovered at Tantawanglo, four ttlloo furom Cadoloo, Over 40 mhlors' rightt haveo bon applied for at Io locanl oflice, On Tuesday morning a largo nutbor of Buga people otarted for t...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 24 July 1886

O.R SALI.-A good TIP.DUAY and HIar 11n Ulheap. Apply to 8. MAJOR, 0.8.-8. Arcado. Y ORDER OF' TIHE3l 'XOUTOIRBOF THE LATE MISS EILlAU TH BLACK. TENDEhS ara roquired for tho orootlon of a cottnag in Soa Vlow Road, PhI'ln and Hpooliton tion to beo OIIn and tondore sont to tho undor algnod until 2nd AUGUST. JOHN SIMMONS, 7.24.88.3 Kaman. JiIAMA RIl, LE ASSOOIATION. .Qnurlorly Prlo .Moolling on WEDNESDAY NEXT', 2811h lot,, .omituoneiog at 11 o'alock sharp, PrIovioiH whiluor wIhoo prieen havo ont boon paid ano patioularly roqentilod to attond. II. O. 110NIY. .724..80-1 Iton, Son, BOARD & LODGING. AOOMIFORTAllILEI 1101111 with lio undor. ?? signlud for thrIu ropootnl, 111011m . A, . A. S1MIil, 7-7-80.{ Alanoing Street, PUBLIC NOTICE, O 'I0 lio iabiln utItno of Kla antd islrmouuldi{n 1,C11 o G 0 G lE 0 It 10 W N, Contral ' 'vawn Agioncy, amni IslmpoUt thL L. 'lia of 0lofluld Tuwnslilp, k 77.14. , 80 PUBLIC NOTICE. H. H. HAR T IS now prepared to take orders for T EA,. at Wholesole p...

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