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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

The Moat Trivial Affections. with which we ate troubled are what are commonly called'colds,'and yet, trifling as they are from a superficial standpoint, they are but inductors or conductors of many dire diseases. If they do not end in pneumonia or some pulmonary oomplaint, .they fall on the kidneys and, here is just the point at which Wolfe's Schnapps comes to our aid, and by its searohing, permeating, and pervasive aotion on these organs, restores them to their normal condition. Be Bare you obtain Wolfe's Schnapps.—Adv.

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fitzroy Waterfalls. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

The Fitzroy Waterfalls. The popularity of these wonderful and beau tiful fulls does not seem to diminish in the slightest degree ; at least one would infer such to be the oase judging from the fact that on Friday iast, Boxing Day, they wore visited by over three hundred persons. Prom ten o'clock till after midday horsemen .and vehiclos of all kinds continued to arrive at short intervals at this the most- popular resort in the Berritna district for picnic parties and excursionists. Among the visi tors there were people who came a distance of more than twenty miles; whilo mauy others had been there sovoral times pre vjqusly, so it is evident that people do not tire of visitiug the spot more than once— on the contrary, eaoh succeeding visit ap pears to bo equally as enjoyable as the pre ceding one. The trustees of the falls cer tainly deserve tho thanks of the public for What has already been accomplished for their convenience. Pavilions, with" tables and scats inside, have been erecte...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

RUNDANOON. We are enjoying beautiful weather at pre sent, and, although the rain holds aloof, it is delightfully cool. A concert, ill' aid of the prize funds of the publio-school - cacje off .011 Saturday last. The schoolroom, •which was tastefully de corated for the occasion, was comfortably, filled. E; A. Baker, Esq., M.P. for Oar ! coar, kindly acted as chairman during the evening. A lengthy programme was ren dered; the singing of the . children (90 in number) was excellent, and reflects groat credit on our teachers, Mr. and Mn. H. Lovell, who have indeed worked hard for the benefit of the little ones under their charge. The singing of Mr. H. Lovell and Mrs. K. McKenzie of Sydney was first-class. It is a longtime since the Buu&anoon public have enjoyed such a treat as that of that lady's singing. Mr. W. Roberts and Miss 0. Roberts performed in excellent style on the violin and piano respectively ;• tbe gentle man also singing a couple of songs in a creditable manner. Mrs....

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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Public Debate at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

Public Debate at ISowral. On Friday evening last, Boxing Night, a public debate took place in the old school of arts, Bowral, between three representatives of the Bo.wrftl. Literary and Debating Society and a like number representing the Ray Literary Club, of Sydney. The local 3ociety was. represented by Messrs. C. Ben nett, J. Hodgson, and D. L. Beer; and the Bay Club by Messrs R. Anderson, H. M. Auderson, and Mr. Stephens. The chair was occupied by tho vice-president of the society, Mr, J. G-. Morris, and there were present about sixty person?. The subject of the debate was—■'f jWbich has the greater influence on sociefcyvwealth or talent In opening the proceedings the chairman re ferred, in the course of a few remarks, to. the nature of tho entertainment which, he. said, was not solely for amusement, but for instruction as well. Ho highly approved of these literary contests and was sure they did a grea,t deal to further the interests of the societies represented as well as the me...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE BISHOP OF ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

ATTJiMPTEl) ASSASSINATION OP TIIE ... BISHOP OF AIM11DALE. A tremendous commotion was caused in tho Roman Catholic Calhodnil, Armidale, lust Friday morning; during divine service. Just as Bisbop Torregiani was about to cele brate mass, a man named M'CalTorty walked up through tho church-with a sword in bis hand, and when ho gob to tlio altar ho raised his arm with tho evident intention of striking the Bishop, but some of tho congregation just caught his arm in time to pro vent harm. As they did so, however, M'Caflbrty fired at the Bishop from a six-chamber revolver, which lie had concealed in his other hand, and the ball passed through tho Bishop's vest ments into the floor, without doing any harm. Tho man was at once seized, and held until a policeman arrived, whon lie was conveyed to tho lockup. M'Ciifferty works on the roads, and it is. stated that lio came from Tamworth to kill the Bishop. It is believed lie is mad. Tho Bishop kept quite cool, and prooeodod with the sorvice afte...

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Fatal Shooting Accident near Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

Fatal Shooting Accident near Moss - . •• . Vale. ■ On the afternoon of Thursday last, Christ mas Day, a very sad and fatal shooting ac cident oQcujrrec), at. Manohe Square, a' few miles from Moss Vale, by which a youth' named John Stub.bings, about seventeen years of age, lost his life. It appears that deceased was out shooting with his brother in-law, Mr. Napper, near the residence of the latter. -The country over- which they were, travelling waB rough and stony and it is thought deceased must have slipped down on a stone causing his gun, a. double barrel ipuzz&loader, to go off and lodging the whole contents in one of the lungs of the un fortunate lad. Mr. Napper was a short dis tance away and did not seo exactly how theac cident occurred. On hearing the discharge of the guu lie looked round and seeing that de ceasedwas shot asked him if he was rnuoh hurt. Deceased replied tlmt ho did not think he was and proceeded to unbutton his vest when ho found a portion of his shirt ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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EARTHQUAKE AND LOSS OF LIFE IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

EARTHQUAKE AND LOSS OF LIFE IN: SPAIN. Madrid,. Deo. 20.—A slight slioclc of earth quako was felt hero to-day. Roports from the south of Spain stato that the shock wan felt with violonco in Andalusia, soveral persons being killed, and much daumgo done to property in tho province. Doc. 29.—Piillof particulars rogarding tlio earthquake show tliat the loss of life in Andalusia was greater than was at first sup posed. At Albugeros no loss tlian 150 por sous perished, whilo '10 doaths aro reported from Arenas del Rey, in the samo locality. I Doc. 28.—Reports from. the. southern provinces show that the violenco of. the earthquake, and tlio consequent loss of lifo and damage to property, was far more disastrous than was indicated by previous iutolhgonce. Tlio disturbances wore most sovere in the provinces of Malaga and Gra nada, at tho southorn oxtremity of tho pe ninsula, and fresh shocks liavo boon recur ri.ig fr un time to time. At Albania, a town Bitnatod a short dislanoo to tho north ...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

LOCAL BREVITIES. A Happy and Prosperous.Now Year. Ove;« throo hundred persona visited the Filzroy Waterfalls 011 Boxing Day. The public of Bowral have decided that "wealth lias more influence on society tlmn talent. A raw days' vain would do a great daul of good at present. In Bowral water, is bev comiug rathev scarce. . • Tub smallpox pationts at Moss Vale are progressing satisfactorily, and no further outbreak is feared in the township. An important meeting of the Bowral Oricket Club will be held, in tho. sqIioo! of arts at 8 o'clock next Friday evening. " The government are to be asked to pur chase another piece of laud Auvreovcation .purposes in lJowral. , It is urged that, the t present ground is quite unsuitable. i Tub passenger traffic to and from the Bowral railway: station .during Christmas week was. very great,' and apparently con siderably greater than during any previous i year. The weather during the ChristmO;? holidays was delightfully "fine and pleasant, and generally...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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DAISY LATIMER; OR, FOR LOVE OR WEALTH. CHAPTER V. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

DAISY £ AT? I ME It; on, fok Lovu on w)!ai,tii. ' 0iiaptj3r v, (continued.), Mus Bouiuhb was an oarly riser, and sho always called her handmaiden, who did not bloaa lier for tlio trouble, about six a.m. This morning sho; was rathor later than usual ; and tho cloalc pointod to eight when Sarah, who had takon tlio placo of tho obliging Mary, rushed into tho kitchen in a stalo of fearful constor'oation. " Lawks, ina'am " sho gasped, " there's a lady at tho door." ...... " A lady, you liusBy! . at this hour! impossible 1" oriecl Mrs. Bobbins, in surprise, hor thoughts run ning on probable lodgers, for tlio first iloor was to let. " It is a lady," said Sarah, sticking to her text, and such a lady 1 She's as wliito as chalk: and sho wears the moBt beautiful fur. cloak, roal sablo. overy hair of it." • By this timo tlio old . landlady had gained the doorstep, and a screau\ ecliood through tho tranquil precincts of No, 18, " It's my Daisy j Come hero Sarah, you gaping fool, and help mo to l...

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Select Poetry. Poor Tired Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

Poor Tired illotlicr. Tiiky wero talking of tho glory of tlip land beyond tho skies, Or tho light and of tho gladncas iq ha found in paradiso, " Of tho llowerq over blooming, of tho nover-coaBing songs, Of tho wiindorings through tho goldon atvept of ■ happy wliilc-robod throngs And r.aitl father, loaning cosily, baok in his oaRy chair (Father fllwayB was a master-hand for comfort cvory whero): " What u joyfnl tiling 'twould bo to know than when this lifo in a'cr. ; ' Ono would Btraightway hoar a woloomo frqn\ tho blossod shining shoro I" And Isabel, our eldest girl, glanced upward from tho rood : She was painting on a water-jug, and murmured, " Yob, indeed." ! And Marian, tho nqxt in ago, a moment dropped lier book, And " Yea, indood 1" ropeulod, with n moBt oestatio look. But mothor, gray-liairod mothor, who had como to sweep tho room, With inpatient smile on hor thin faco, lonnod lightly on lior broom—r : " Poor mothor I no one over thought how rnucli aho had to do— • And said, "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

% Sta'jr Cljmtimts. Hntr u 1W? fa \\ll J, L, CAMPBELL, IN returning thanks to tho Inhabitants of BOWRAJ^ mid District, bega to. inform thorn, that ho has Oponpd A fashionable Boot & Shoe Emporium? And Una m.uoh p^eoau^o in submitting for inspection a Qhoj/oe Specially. /Selected StQgfy of jjpQjbs. and Shoes. All the LATEST S'Jfl'LES. qf Ladies', Gouts', and Children's Boots and Shoes, kept in stook. Every gouvonicnce. q.nd comfort Cor Ladies. GRAND, SHOW THIS WEEK.. , . SEE. MY GOODS, comparo prises,-and then judge for yoursolves. ALL HEJSf G,0.0J5f5,. A REDUCTION ALL ROTJTND FOR. CASH. As I buy. for cash in Itirgo quantities, X q,m. ablo to Roll, not merely a fow loading linoa as a bait, but every artiolo in tho trade, A GLIiJAll SAYING- of from two to three shillings in tho,£. Then why pay for your neighbours'bad debts, when you can save IS per cent, by purchasing; FOB, CASH at J.. L. CAMPBELL'S?'" I have always on hand a good supply oi |. Groceries of the very boat brandB...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 31 December 1884

CHAPTER VI. Fon a fow days Daisy was really unwoll. The ox . oileaio;it and fntiguo which sbo had undergone told on her never robust health. Mrs. Bobbins had given hoi .her old room, arid waited upon her as though she had boon hor own child. "It'would do you good to take a breath of air," dIio said, when Daisy was up again, and thinking ol applying lit tho Bhop that used to, patronise her art ' istie efforts. "You mustn't sit moping in tho house all day. 'NVby, you were wont to bo as blithe as the lark." '.' I know," said Daisy, smiling faintly. Oh, I am very different now. Well, if I go out will you . coma with me 1 I don't feel equal to, walking 1 alone," "Of course I'll como, jny pretty," and Mrs. Bob bins hastened tuvuy t,o don hor best bonnet and shawl, They were an odd couple, tho stout old landlady, thoroughly respectable. .\n her velvet headgear and handsome Paisley j the Blender, graceful girl hall leaning on her arm, hor soft grey draperies omin.on.tly becoming to her pale...

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BOWRAL RECREATION GROUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BOWRAL FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

B.OWllAL RECREATION GROUND. TO -TUB 11D1T0H OK. Till) HOWUATj FlUSlV PllBfiS. ! Disaii Sut^-r-;In your.issue otyoaterday's diite X uotioo a lengthy report of a mooting lielcl: in f.;,p school of arts lust Monday for. the purposoof persuading tlio government that they hiiVG iunde.il b.ad bargain m tlio pur-: chase of Mr. Ncich's laud'for a recreation ground for Bowral. As I was not prosont: mysolf at the meeting I venture to.mako a (ow observations, with your pormission, in reference to this matter. In the first placo it seems passing strange that after a Inspe of more than ayear it lias ^nsij Ippqn discovered that tho proposed ground is; unpit^blo. for, the. purpos'o for which it has boon purchased. Who, I should like to know, is tho wonderful genu is who now seeks to inunortnliso himself?' Truly, the discovery has boon a long wliilp hatch ing, and now tho shell is broken there seems to be so much quackling from such a young duckling that it is not likely to live long. "\Yhy was not...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. [We propose inserting occasionally under this head contributions from persons not connected with this paper. Personal matters must not be discussed, and, contributors must deal only with general questions. The essays will become our property, and will be subject to revision or rejection. At the same time, it must be understood that it does not follow we endorse the opinions of our contributors.] AN OLD SORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS. [Wot propose inserting occasionally under this head; contributions from persons not connected with this, paper. Pcrsonalith(itters must not be discussed,_ and; contributors must deal only.with general questions. The essays will become our. property, and will bo', subject to revision or rejection.' At the sumo tima, it must bo understood that it does not follow we; ondorso the opinions of our contributors.] An Old Soke. An old and; resppcted colonist, ttnd ono in*, tinmtely acquainted with. tljp. early history, of this colony, has contradicted; the aj^tq-. mpnts. recently' made, by Arohbjshpp.Moran; concerning the Roman Catbolio. convicts who wero lashod for not attending, the Pro-, tesfcant services, His Grace, wishing that these interesting, exiles from, the Emerald Isle should pose as martyrs for conscience' cftke, described them as having suffered! stripes for the faith. They had bared their scarred backs to Father Therry who was ono of the first Roman Cat...

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A DRUNKEN FLOCK OF CROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

A DRUNKEN FLOCK OF CROWS., Ciuiiles Fogq ia a married, man, and lives, with his father-in-law hear Waterbury, Oonn. Thoi'o is also engagedupon the placo an' ingenious, young fellow who doos all kinds, of work. Crows'liad becomo very troublo same and distinctive in the corn fields, and thi^s lad ha^t read in soin^ wipe. agmultuvall paper that corn boiled in alpohol and dis-' tributed over the fields wpuld.be froely taken, by tho crows,, and the birds "would, become' intoxicated, and, could be easily captured/ Not having alohohol, he. took cider'and ud-'. ded a bottle of laudanum, boiling liis corn. and_ distributing it in the field. He acted' privately, preferring to experiment without" telling the family. Nothing came of.it for several days, and the lad himself had al most forgotten it ; but ono morning an old lady of the neighbourhood- came in and re-, quested the men folks to come up and seo.' what was the matter in tho corn field. Sho, ; said millions of crows wore there, and wou...

Publication Title: Bowral Free Press And Berrima District Intelligencer
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GOULBURN AND BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

GOUIjIJUIIN AND liATlIDRST. Tub report of the commisyionoi" for railways, for 1883. titiitos that tlie total amount of coaching and goods im/lio, inwards and outwii'.'ds, loir that year, for Cloulburu was dEil£>",78-J: 18s. lid,; for JJathurst, £70,277■ 9a. showing a difl'erouoo of 4s. lid. iu favour oiVGoulbum. Tho not earnings for the safnp.period.at the Gtpulburn station amounted to £G9,555.8s.; at tlie. Batbarsl, station,to £d2,81i l7a.9d., allowing a,differ ence of,£27,2d0 10s,3d. in"favor, of Goulbunu Tho number of bauds employed at Bafclnirst' station was<19, and at Goulburn /15, during, this period.

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FOR EGGS, DUCKS OR HENS, WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

FOR EGGS, DUCKS; OJt IIENS, WIIIC1I ?j An experiment whs lately made in .Franco, for the purpose of finding thp relative valuo of lions ftnd> ducks as egg, producors, Threo. of; enoli sort wore soleptad; for. testing- t>ho, result by observation rb"to tlioir relativo, fertility. Between the first day of January and tho end of-Augnst, tho throe liens laid: 257 and the ducks -102 eggs. Moroover, in," the autumn months of the provious yoar, the duuks had yielded 215 eggs, while, the' hens luid ceased laying, Altogether, there-, fore, the. ducks had produced 617 eggs in, the twelve months as against 257, obtained, from tho liens. Tho birds, of qach class' selected, for experiment were of the samo, relative sizo and strength. Of course, a more oxtondod sorios of trials must be uii-. dertaken bofore a delinito. opinion can bo. given on the.relative merit of duck versus hen in the mattor of ogg laying. But tliero are ogga and eggs, and it remains, to, con-, aider tlioir comparative y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

THE AUSTRALIAN: CRICKET EHS IN ENGLAND. IN 1881. A COMPLETE-Record of the Oriolcot Tour; with x\_ tho batting and bowling averages of tho Aus tralians and Englishmen wlio played against them. Price, Is. 3d. Free Press Boole .Dojiot, Bowral. A. RXTTER, PaIMTEJII, GltAINKIt, DlSCOIMTJSlI, &0., ifeo., Argylo-street, MOSS YALE, ftnd Bong Bong-street, BOWRAL. Papcrhangings, Oils, VamiRhos, Bolors, &e., etc. Always on hand." r: All orders promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. ! !.! VICTORY ! ! ! ."■y^ICTOBY HEALING EXTRACT rapidly liealu V Old SorcH and the most desperate Ulcerations and Skin Dison.ses. VICTORY CURR FOE TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIAcures the worst oaso within toil minutes. Tlioy are new and amassing remedies, and are worlu'ng.cureH by tho thousand. Solo Agents for B.OWBAL—'W. and D. L. Beer, Free Press ollico. Prices.—Victory Healing Extraot, 1/G; Yiotory .Cure for Toothache aiKLNouralgia, 2/, ' 178 J. S. HYAMS, IPlUOTtOAIi WATOnjIAKElt, AND JEWELLB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

LETTS'S DIARIES FOR 1885, "\N SALE at tho Free Toss Book and Stationery J Depot, J3owiilI, from 1h. i)d. upwards. DAVID MOFFITT, Auctioned', Land and lntnirnnco Agent, llOHIiimON. 102 J. G. MORRIS, Auctioneer, Property Salesman, Insurauco Agon Arc., Arc., Opposite Jiailway Station, UOW1UL. HENRY TAYLOR, Auctioneer, Land, Estato, and General Commission. Agent, MOSS VALE, Agent for Victoria Firo Insuriinco Company. JOHN WRIGHT, Auctioneer, Lund; nnd Estato Agont. ■ All transactions in'tho above lino will receive tlio greatest euro and attention. AddrosH— ' ' MEDICAL IIAIjIj, NATTAI. BOWRAL BRICK COMPANY. rrVHE above Company has for Salo tirsl-olass JL BUICKS in any quantity. 'JClio usunl discount allowed for Cash, 295 0. GltOYE, Manager. J. JACOBIE, Practical Cutter unci Tailoi\ BOWliAL. Large selection of Tweeds to cliooso from.' Thumb SxhictJiY Cash. WO C. PRIOR. Saddler and Harness Maker, Bong Dong-street (near tho pota-ollico), BOWIUL. LL kinds of work executed with speed and l_ e...

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LATEST FROM SILVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral Free Press and Berrima District Intelligencer — 3 January 1885

LATEST FROM SII,V!SRm Mkni.vdik, Titoridny.—OniiHidorablo oxcito-. mont has btien ounsud this wuclj through ilio jumping of Bix valutiblu chimin near Lulco Qainp. Thoy havo boon hold over Binca Vita l|o|tl was first brought to light, itu.d two mineral conditional purchases, 'XHu'no or four, man from Sydnoy nro iho jumpora, , bavin;; jumped thom on the ground Lhut lliero can bo 110. miueral conditional pur, chases ou a gold-liold. Several now iimls h(ivp boon iniulo, lafcoty, mostly near L.iko. Camp. anil ^ount Gipps, none, however,; roaqhing ilio high assays \yli,iclj. liavo. boon got in somo instances on the Isolds. A great many claims are lookiug really woll. The Day Dro.nn, lio.wovo''. is still rogardocl as tho best; ou tho Held, whore, tlicro aro up-, wards of 100. i%en now employ^ aud about, 00 tons of oi;o, dispatched weokly. Qn Titos-, day last, in the Day .Droam Little Blow workings, a fivo-incli load was lnefc .with, which is supposed to bo cromato of ailvor; the assay show...

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