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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

COMMEdNTS ON EVENTS. "'TThe birds whoso mosic fill;,tlio air, S Do cliirp and chatter heodilely..' So "8'Berry's Folly":is ahboutto> foll: Thlo mighty~ Exhition,. which, like the. white oelphant of .Asia, ho would insist on forcing oni uinilling Victoria, iso'c its'last'leg?o.i'-A' littleo gale,; an extra gust, and tlhewlholo fabric, which after -generations.are to pay for,. will be about our ears:' Aiotlher of tli-"jolns"' whichl like' miany J'erry'"Braham lias' charged 'to-his weighty:.accouent': ill= planned ill-timed, and ill-finished . ., ;'. The other day as I -passed. a small country inin," whore as ia bly Ir usedd to spend iny fourponnyypieces in ginger 'pop, ?tho hlarty hostess rushed, gusli i migly at me, and in, her overflow of. dlighlt at ocdcing re, sciit5"i iehead over hocels a distanico'f do liiii twenty ' "yardis, for!boing only aton stone man I' could' 'hardly be expected to~ withstand tihe .impetus ,of her.:fourteeni 'stono six. IHowover,;ns it` was 'oily' "fioh...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSEDALE RACES. ROSEDALE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

.AWi ROBEDALE RACES: > ta RIOSED.tLE UM DICAR " Missniaura .., ' * " 8":12 Rosetta k.. . 82 Birdstof Pray 2... . 1· . ,., . -TIIURDLERACE. . ..Panic ,. 0.. , ... 0 . nMaricilno o :.n, . .9-12, M ?rinion'sl . :::..- . ,-.. ?.. 9,l 2

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

Trade Addresses. G. :T. JONE:S, LAND AnD ENGINE'BERING 8 A?,L U A T O . 'R, IPLANS and ESTIMATES for Build. .p lags, 'Dana, Tanks, or Drainseare. fully prepared . Contractors suppliedw with' Quantities, Tracingse, .&?., AT'MonDaRrAT r Cn Anss. "MAFFRA SPE TATO R"'. NEVS PAP:E R : J o PB::P.RI NT-i, NAG, 1 OFFIC E, X91101; Northi- iippsiand The Proprietor of:the'+ Maffra Spectator" begs to notifyto the inhabitants of the distriot that he - prepared to receive orders for PRINTING IN ALLrITS BANCIOHES. The Jobbing Plant is replote with all .the Latest Improvoments.. POSTING BILLS;' OF AL' SIZES, On colored or white 'loqor, can be had on the shortest notice... Biuress Foints, . .oNcERT rToire s, CARDS, .1 PRosuaMsceS, C O osan, . m D." . , P a c , . , OC? ,uc+.s, ... ....HiuAn BrnLLs, PBOSPaCNrues, SnOW OnAR),. RicOrer BOONs, BU.B HEADS, Po Piia t, Vl rn? o CAiRns. The Proprietor `being doteromined' to execute oall ordersa entrusted to" . hiscare at : - LOWEST POSSIBLE-PRICES, R...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE SAD STORY OF LIEUT. WYBURD. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

THE SAD STORY OF LIEUT. WYBURD. I?Ir. O. 8. Low, of Kensington, London, has 'supplied theo following -narrative to '.the " Times": `In '1835 'Lieutennant W. H. Wyburd, .of the. Indian navy, an accomplished linguist, who fillod.tho office 'of 'interprotor to' the Commodore in' .the. Persian XGulf, was despatched by the BIritish Envoy at theCourt of Prsia on an important .mission to Khiva.; Ten years later it transpired that he had never reaclied Khiva, but that, like our unhappy; countrymen, Colonel Stoddart and Cap tain Conolly, ho was seized by-the Ameer' of Bokhara. Wyburd's sisters many times entreated the Government .to recognise and claim their brother as' a British subjectand servant, but their request was always met by the un- 1 warrantable assumption of his death. Thirteen years 'after Lieutenant Wyburd was sent on his mission to Khiva:it came to light that he had escaped from Bokhlur, and .was, in slavery in.the klhanate of Kliokand, andin the latter part of 1849 the dis co...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

MELBOURNE. GRAIN MARKET. : MIesors. Greig and Mutirray hold their usual Tuesday grain sale o'i thl 14th inst.,at which;there was a good ;at tendance of the trade, and sold. as fol lows, viz.: Wheat.-Prime "shipping, Is. 4d. to le 4,.d. per :lushl; fair milling, .5s. Id. to 5s.. 31d. do ;:mixed samples at 4s. 10d. do. : Barley.-English, at 4s. to 4s. 4?.;' mixed do.; ?s-. Id to 3s. 10d. Oats.--Good feed, Is. ld. to.3a. 3d.; inferiore r.aid do. ,. .t .; Rye grass seed,; I'. d.i' to is Id.; prarms do,4, .l.ald llT itedu

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY. (Before Messrs. A. W. Howitt, P.M., and Messrs. Eccles, Davis, and Glassford, J's.P.) NON-COMPLIANCE WITH AUCTIONEERS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

MAJF1IA POLIrGE COIURT. ,;eoNDAYi, 13TI-I FEBRUARY.' . - (Bforer Messrs.' A W. Howitt, P.M;3 and Messrs.: Eccles, ,Davis,, and Glasoford 'J's.P) NONi COMPLIANCE WJT- AUOTIONEIEB', , P;~W. :Pderson' v A: A.M'L?an iuiid Co-Fo-- r neglecting to forwardia ieturn to the Clerk of Petty Sessions, ofcattle sold duringli the week endinig 10th 'December; :1881. Mr. 'Wise for stli comniplainants :R; Weller,: farmer, 'statedheio!liadn placed ecattle in Meessrs. .MLean and Co.'' hands for salie oil'the '9th- De? 'combri 1881;' aidP W. . Pedorise purchased, thliem;i aidthat.thiolramnds" iwere plain?, when .tthe,. cattleo! were~ .sold lIT eliaii was someitimes so Iong on cattle"that the b'rand could dii?oti: +P. W. Pederson, farmor of.Donison; deposed that hle bought atauction .an. tlie 9tli Decesmber, 1881,- fiomid Messrs. A." M'Lean and Co., 15 licad'bf"cattle;' and -got a. receipt before leaving.tho, yards, but lie was subsequently.sum-. moned for illegal' deitention of one of lie:cattle-lionce...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

Auctions. FAT A(ND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, LAND, &a., &o. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY17. A- MI.- anmid CO. will Soll at thoir 25 Prime Fat Bullocks andl Cows. 70 First-class Bullooks from the MIurray, large framed, good colors, in good condition. 14 Half-ftt Bullocks, 70 Mixed Cottle, &o., &o. Also, ForMossra. Wilson and Fairbairn 1800 Cross-bred end Morino Wothere, 6 and 8 tooth. 200 Cross-brod.Ewes. -. 600 Morino do. The above are en route from the Wimmeor, and are reported as being one of the best lots that lmav come into the. district for ye-a r - .: S.. Also ' !: ' L For Mr. Jennnings, who has"oft the disatrict 33 Feet :(or thoereabodts) frontage to Johnson-street,' Mffin', -and ex tending through to a baok street, adoining .Mr. Clark's butdher's MAFFRA TURF CLUB ANNUAL RACES. MAFFRA' 17T' FEBRUARY. A M'LEAN and CO. will Sell at their yards, by order of the Committoo The right'to erect 2 Publicans' Booths, 2 Fruit Stalls, and the Right to Chargo Fees f...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

Coaches, &o. 03BB and CO.'s COACHES ileavi CRITERION HOTEL; SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 1.45 p:in. daily (Sunday oxcopted), arrivingat Bairnesdalo at 7.30 p.m. aro, 10x All information & c.at-Cobb anad Co;'a ROBERTSON, WAGNER; &0 .0 Sale to Matra and Newryi ROYAL MAIL.. J FISHER'S comfortably covered COACH will RUN DAILY between the above places, leaving Nowry diaily at 0.45 anm., Maffra 11.15 a.m., arriving at Sale at 12.45 p.m, and return the sama day, leaving Sale at 2.30, arriving at Holara 4 p.m., and Nowry 5.30 p.m.. P, assengers and parcels booked at the following places : Sale, . Duggan's Criterion'Hoetl; Maffra, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Nowry HoteL. ,0 , All parcel left for. convoynncmu?'h be prepaid, otherwise they will. not ie for-. J. FISHER~: S- Propriot or: HEYFIELD TO ' MAFFRA.' THE Convoeyance between the 'abovo J. places wdill. be DISCONTINUED untl further notibe. Any paruele that canbo forwarded on horsback will be duly" deliver...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

THE THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 16,1882. PuBLICa attention has lately been aroused by Melbourno and up-country journals to the intolerable violence of wantonlarrikinismwhich pervades the whole of this colony;q'td to the appeals which hlve bLen made by the press, to our magistrates anid legislators, to sup. press by the strong. l and of the law that objectionable and dangerous form of larking which has now become any thing butm "a joke"to thlo'peaceableo citizens upon 'blioin' it. is practised. Here off latoein thisbordinarily% quiet township.there. has, been 'an outbreak of Irulffianly, and destructive rowdyism, wlhich if eop eated iould demiand the interventobii'of the"strong ar niof the law ; for some ofo ur local larrikies thought that, by deeds whlich were not only nischoivous, lit by wvhiclh injury was done to'oany houses by . windows and fences being broken, .they were both showing martial prowess and also glutting their irie and :malico against indiv ideals tewards whom theyihavo ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

COMMERCIAL ITIr?LLIOE!uWE. OIP'PLAND STOCK nEPonrws. I eossrs. English, Peck, and Co. report': -Fat Cattle.-Market about same as last week. Mitchell River cows, to L4 ; bul locks, light, LA 7s Gd ; medium, L5 5s; other cows, L3 2s Od to IA Is. Storo Cattle.-We have to quote the general tone of the market still firm, although auction sales have not been very brisk, in consequoence of dry weather. We an ticipato as the season advances, an in creased demand for all descriptions, as our advicos5 and largo numbers that are being onquarod for, show that thoy-will bo very scarce next "spring. We, report liaving sold privately during ths week, 1000 Ioad of bullocks and cows for the Hoen. W.. J.Clarke, M.L.0., at a very satisa factory figdro. At Traral onon Monday Oth, "we held our usal mnonthly sale, A largo number of cattle wore yarded, but the most'of them were passed, a owner's and purolmchasers' idea of their value was very wide, and in many instances the oeserves were absurd. Sales-Mil...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (ARGUS.) LONDON, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 16 February 1882

EUROPEAN 'TELEC RAMS. (Aanus;) .. LOnO ,.Feb. 1. i?he debate,on the address in:,reply to the Queen's speech is still unfinished.' The speeches which have been delivered 'indicate an undoubtbd improvemeint' in the state of Ireland.? IIn conseqtience, the feeling: of thlmHouse tow ddo Irc-' lanid is more conciliatory "i :It is, anticlpateod that: should NMr Colvin and L. do Bligndres, the British and Frerch. controlori-genera i, with-, drawn from Egypt, that'Earl Granvillei, theb Secretary of .Stateofor Foieign Affairs will agree to a conference 6f the Edropean'powers for the discussion' of Egyptialn affairs, provided that. tIhe Anglo-French interests already secured are protected. Loirnoi, Feb. 12.:,. The announcementrimade. ,by :Mr Gladstone that the British representa tivei at' St.. Petersburg, hadi: been :in': stricted to intercede with the: Russian Government on,thefirst favourableo: op= portunity.-: for: the , purpose, of iame liorating the condition of the persecuted Jews, lhas...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Instructions for Saving Drowning Persons by Swimming to their Relief. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

Instructions for Saving Drowning Persons by Swimming to their Relief.. lst. When you approach a person drowning in the water assure him, in a loud and firm voice, that he is safe. 2nd. Before jumping in to save him, divest yourself as far and as quickly as possible of all clothes; tear them if necessary,-but if there is not time, loose at all events the-foot of your drawers if they are tied, as, if you do not do so,'thoy fill with water and drag you. 3rd. On swimming to a person in the sea, if' he' be' struggling, do not seize him then, but keep off for a few seconds, till he gets a mouthful or two; for it is' sheer madness to take hold of a man when he is struggling in the water, and if' you do, you run a great risk. 4th. Then get close to him and take fast hold of the hair of his head, turn" him as 'quickly as possible on to dis back, give him a sudden pull, and this will cause hiiu to float; then throw yourself on' your back also, and swim for the shore, both hands having hold of...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIVISION OF MAFFRA SHIRE INTO RIDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

DIVIsrIONOF MAFFRA BHIRB= IN..O RII? I . GS. At a meeting of th delegates fromnthe various polling 'places held, at.the Shire' Hall, ..Maffra, : on. Monday last, at 12' o'clock noon, for the purpose of confirmipg or otherwise the decision arrived.at with, regardtothebouudaris of the threeridings at last meeting. J. Carpenter, esqr.'J.P., was voted to the chair, and there were I present, Messrs. J. M.'Clarkeo,J. Atkish; son, J. :Blundy, W. Merry, .'nd R M'Kinnel. , After the minutes of the last ineeting were read and confirmed, S-The Chairman said!the?present meeting had beeni calleldjasojho understood to re:eire Mr M'Kiiiinel's report as to.the value of the property in the various ridinge acoord ing to the bodindaries decided upon 'at the previous rmeting, and further to hoar if ,any, objection existed tosuch' boundaries ;as described,. being adopted ; but in the I oourse. of. conversation it transpiredl that no resolution had been passed: instruct ing Mr. M'Kinnol to prepare return...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSE TORMENTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

HORSE TORMENTORS. "The incessant torment which flies inflict upon horses during such hot weather as we recently endured may 'not, writes Dr. Ridge, of Enfeld, have occurred to the minds of many. Though minor misery, yet it is so real that I venture to ask you to allow me to de scribe a plan which is found thoroughly successful in preventing it altogether, while perfectly harmless. It is simply the application, before harnessing, of a mixture of one part of olive oil. This should be rubbed lightly over the ani. mal with a rag and applied more thickly to the interior of the ears and other parts most likely to be attached. This application needs to be repeated in the course of a day, but while any odour of of the acid remains, the flies decline to settle, and the Ilorse is completely free from all their annoyance. The nervous, irritable state into which some horses get from the attacks of these insects is, also, not an unfrequent cause of acci dents, and these, therfore, may be obviate...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

oC I1UIWH NOTICES. CavlE or' E'rotLw.-Parochiia Die. 5ct, of Z!affra -Divine 5&yj1 ' on `Suit. ady'oIt at St.' Joht's Churb i:af rrs at 11 i and 7 pIm. N"Ny..3P 3 .m. p15 ,TRz'icre Cnu aonDivink Service; . .u bo conducted- at. ZLfnlo .11"-in:.: Inry3 pmin;..end . Ni: School '~·5 P.M 1LSOrlew1 Ciwaci -Mr. H. Amay flI preach at Maifra on Sabbath next at A ppulea entertainm ntoin. 7re sa p l, 3.S ra, on Mronday, 2 eL . t ' i"3 p m Sco progammoa·:

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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THE Maffra Spectator. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 23, 1882 [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

THURSDAY MORNIN, F 6 :23.1882 S?Tg vital statistics of this colony for '188S81, as compiledb, bIy r, Reiaytr, * the Government statist,' will ' be examined with great interes t y every one' who-watches' the progress, and takes an steoresi in the advancement . of this'colony. :-"We may feel :assured it all or nearly alofthese statistics are absolutely correct for all purposes _ f refernico or cimparison,i anda thi .'sees of 'one most-importan; item which .asre. under .the: provsion of Act of. .rParliament, very cominplete records aie "ri's~which are -known to l occu: hin ;,Victoa, the birt.Tl.s?,and d.-tis hei, ."ecorded by deputy'registrars;,and' the telergyent .throughoutn? ' the =ecoilony. th` celrrgcdebrated g hVictsria during, .-1880, numbered 5,286 as the excess being-just 300, ,b and more marrigeis took place in, 1880 .than in any previous u earn The. marriage rate ,tenuer` ha . mryearsi past beeti dee.-r ing, and.whilst in. 1861.and 11863 it was as:high" a 8 Ipe? 000 of, both...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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(AGE.) LONDON, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

LosDoN, FObruary 31 ' I1[uc1 destruction Ihas bean cauiised in tho States through. which the Miueies sippi ruis by the inuuilation resulting Sfrom tlhe flooded stiate of -the river and its triiutariie. ;At Atliene: the river is.6 feet anlove its' ordihary'level, and the country for miles aroundlis- under water. -- - The Jirdins do Moabillo, a notorious place of aniusoeent? inl Paris, hasn been Iclosed by order of the Governimnot, on account of the disorderly character of the:scenes there enacted. SOwing to the continuous outrages in flictedi the emigration of the Jews Sfrom, Rusi eau has assumed very :large proportionsi. It is asserted that since the commencement of these persecu. tions not less than 50,000' Jews have soiight refuge in the United Stites and 6other countries. Great excitement still elists upon the i'Continent concerning: the proba liility.ofl ' war. breaking, out betweenl RussIa and Germany and Austria. An fcidal iiitimation lias been'given.at St. Peter sburg disclai...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

MELBOURNE CATTLE .,:REPORTS. (Br ELEcTriIo TreLoenPn:)I i Wednesday,' February 15. Messr: ,A. A.M'Lean andCo. report : Fat' Cattle -2,150 'had' drswii for, sales opened with-a slight reduction' on last week'js Rs, owing. t tothe exLremoe beat of the weather. We sold Buckley's cows' to ''£5, avernaging £4 ias Blythe's bullocks £7 17s 6d ; Fraser's £ lOs;' Rhode s .£ a 6d; SWriggieswrorth's. .to £7- M1'Coles' to £7 12s Gd averaging £7 7a 3d ; bul locks from Mafli'ra, to £715s, averaging 7. 'LFarm"ndý,tO 7' 10;o averaging " Mbirs`Ryaf? and Hhmlmond report: -abCttle .22,150 Ipenned prime cattle about same as last .week. Best brought 8 to £O. We sold about 100 head chiofly light; weights to '£8 15i Fat ;Sheep. 18 230,' yarded niostly.crosaabredsof good and useful, and a few lots prime quality :Mirket dull, piaces is to14i Od'l ower;,beat cross-bredlweothers, 10is d to,1Is; best merino, wethors, 9s Gdto 10s, 6d., We 5iA 724fo r . Palmer, avens burst, t 12s i ther small lots from nea tonii...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

MELBOURNE ;RAIN MARKET.; -fesrsa Greig and Murray sold 'at their' rooni on Tuesday, 21st iti as follows: W* heat, fair'nilling, 5 .perbislie el ".:Bailey;,me.iad,,3a 4t ? 3tSad db. '; Oats, good foed, 3 d,:to, 3a,,3d dod'j do. inferior, 2s llhi:to 3sdo. " ,:,Peas ,3a. 3Sj to 3a 4d doi.,pollard, is.31d do. :. . i: Flour, £11 2s 6d'per'l0bags .r There.was.a'good'antteordanco of the grain trade, and biddings for' feeding grain was spiritedi .

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 23 February 1882

Trade Addresses. G. T. ,J NE ; , LAND AND ENGINEERING SURVEYOR, S,'And V"A'L UATO R, Maffra. LANsE and ESTIMATES for iu ild)h P gs ings, Dantsm Tanksa or Drains;car fully preiareod., f i,' ;° s Contractors !supplibd ' with Quantities, : ,Traeings,6&0.; ,- :":/ TH. - " Ar Moesa.t m O.Iaainhicr·.. . ` MAFFR A, SPECTATOR" N. H Ws, SP A' P H R , AND OSNERAL J ,O:B,,-.P!RIN,:T I N G, I ... O:F .F.rJ 0 E;.. ...:.. : Maia, North Gippulandc The Proprietor of the "Mafr Spectator" beogs to notify to the inhabitants of the district that he i prepared to receive orders for t PRINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. p Tho. Jobbing Plant is replete with all the Latest Improvements a POSTING BILLS, OF ALL SIZES, On. colored or white paqer, can be had e on the shortest notice. BusnzEss FORMS, . CONCERT TICKo, CARDns, ' PROGnAo Mn," e OrC?aoe.a, HAND BI.u, PROSPECTUSES, ?SHOW CARD, a RECIrPT BOoxs, BILL' HEADs, PAMrnsnTS VIsrrorco CAs. t The Proprietor being determined to execute all orders entrusted t...

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