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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

THE ° LOOKOUT.' Look out down there for I'm about to shot_"= - YASXKES POET. The Rev. Charles Strong is again in hot water with the Presbytery re his re cent deliverances anent the Sunday 'opening of the Art: Gallery and Public Library. A.very, acrimonious debate is said to haite taken' place in presbytery oiver the" matter, but as the press was excluded, we can only imagine "how good a thingit is for brethren to dwiell in unity." It is pleasing to have to record the unanimitywhich prevailed in the Presby tery ulpon the question of making'.the itestinonial: to theRev:iMr :r Hailto as substanitial as possible? Mir Haminlton is going to'-leave the colon);,and asum~ of money is suggested to -be; raised by mortgage:on:the church:;property, as a parting. gift: to him, as Mr Rentoulob sersed that the Presbytery is soleminly bound to look after the interests bofits ministers. -'Birds in their little nests agree." - " -Glancing over the Governori's seech onefis inclined to say" a good .bill...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY DON'T THE MEN PROPOSE? A WOMAN'S ANSWER TO A.B. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

1VHY DON'T TjEI MEN ' I ROPOSE ? ,A WOMAN'S ANSWER TO A. i Do you know youi ave asked for the: costliest thing Ever niade by the hand bote ;, ? r A winman's hert, and iomain 'sahand Aind a omna swonderfiUllovrfu . o ic ; Do ou 'kno, youhaiec asked for thisipriceless .. thming - -i As the childsks for a toy; Demiianding what others'have diedlto win :'-' W -ith the reckless dash of a btiy. ":-.: 00 hue I ritten my lesson. of duty out,' -Manlike you- have questioned me, " ' IsNos stand at the bar of woman's soul...: Until I shallqluestion.the. " Your socks and 'your shiris b?hee ;h:t I'require your heait tobe true as God's Stars,'. F And pure as His heaven yoir soul. 'You eqinrequa cook. for your mutton and beef I require :far greater thing;: - A seamstress )on're santin for socks and shirts, I look for a man and a king:.: :I. : A king for that beautiful renliu callcd honme, And- a man that-the niaker: God, Can look'uipion as lie did th.e fist, And say it is very good I im-biiiid young...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Presbyterian Church Mutual Improvement Association. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

~8 resb5yter1an'' urth Mutual Im - prQyement Association. The Association hel a very successful meet ing, oniTuieay-evening, the 3rd-Juljy. TMr Hanna, the President, -occupied -thel chair. After a little routine business, enrollment of members, .etc., had been. gone through, the. chairman introduce.the editor, who,?n, a few words explained the"object of the -magazine. He then read the first contribution, which was a. piece ofpoetryon ' The late Egyptian War.". In this, the poet depicts the death of.a British soldier ianid the scorching Egyptian desert:with' truepoeticpathos. The second article wasalso'a poetic effusion, the subject being "The Bush man's Reverie," in which we find a worn out btslsm?an tusing in a rather melancholy strain,: piilps pas life. Both.hese.pieces are by the -ame au'thor, and are composed in a. very, masterly style. They led to a rather limited discussion. The third paper wis"son "The Temperature of the human body.", The writer here showed that the human bod...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

SSocial Evening. -; The members of the Amateur Parliament in connection with the Mechanics' Institute, had 'an invitatiqn party on Monday eveninglast, to Swhat was'trly tefmed a'~social evening, and which turned out to be a very enjoyable enter 7tainment. About two hundred ladies and gentlemen found their way to the Institute, in Sdespite of the mud and rain. Mr Barrpresided Sin the unavoidable-absende of the Mayor and Mr W. M. Clark, and in opening the proceed .ings congratulated the society upon the high class and useful tendency of the debates which had engagcd their attention.: He'commended the idea of such meetings, as developing in the . young men a knowledge of the current questions of theday, and pointed out that an educated public opmion would always find its expression at the ballot box, aind so influence the legisla tion of the country, just as the Liberal clubs in SBritain-were now laying down the basis of a Reform Bill, which would doubtless in timebe Splaced.on the sta...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

SANSWERS TO gORRLESPONDENTS:'X ' " RATEAYER."ýIn reply .-t-our quory'it. Iocs not iiatter .tho: actually ;pays t ierae. ioncy, tli:e .':e.s bclbhln to6 lbc occupir;, a'nd f not includei: in the'_lst lis ; shiiold 'ipply'atl he rcvision co?irt td hve hisliaiec inerted:' , ,,?: -, , i, , : i ." ..' '"i7 i "QOWER."'u Yournamc miny beh on the roll or as many properties is you please, prodiildc hey are not:ocdupied :,libany.iiyresident.: You villbe entitled to municeipll votes' iin proportion o the giggregate anliount iof t lic avtat?on, imt eannot exceed thrce votes in each..ardil....; "N Ai'IER STRkET.'" S ? is.quit time hat initending candidates for -municipal honors ct the,iiiriesses kiih6owf their iitention.';! The atci?pyers should als6. lok .imtjcligiblecmen, ht:cmats do not- go.lyde falt.au : ..i:-' :,;

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

Correspondence:' Whilst inciting communications iud fret di~ucdat on all question of- plblic int.:r- t r uti!ity, thle Prop ri torts'. rill ncithcr identify nor hold . tbci.:clvcs krespnsible for the opinions or qocd. The'bo u 6de'addrrsc of the writer must be suet riitt uh' litter gs a gooettoo of good fith; ,bui'theo ditoi will' e rcis the right-of striking out a33 objection abl!e or personal, - L ..focin-tot question, at issue

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

'BOB o U GH "CO UNC I L'. "* WEDNESDAY, JIULY 4. "'' SPresenti The TMayor (D. Mitchell)' Crs Cleghorn, W. Mitchell, Stephen, Cuming, Bulrows, Morris, and Johnson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read an. confirmed. S COltRcSPOND:NCp. Letters outward were read and confirmed and ihe following inward received. From Alex. B. Dawson, Buckley street, call ing attentionto the disgraceful state of the. footpath opposite his house. lie had been a ratepayer for seventeen years, and had often asked for repairs, but all lie had ever obtained was some sludge Ai the streets. Hiis tenant had to leave on account of the wretched paths, and go to Melbourne. Mr Dawson expressed his intention not to pay any more rates, until he tgot some return from them.-The letter was referred to middle ward members. From Town Clerk, Melbourne, convening conference of .Meropolitan Board of Works, on Thursday, July 5th, and requesting that adele gate should attend from this Council.-The Mayor being unable to ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. TUESDAY, JULY 3RD. Before the Mayor (D. Mitchell, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

`'r^ Justice of Peace Cofrt ., Jesn ',,? ,JULY 3R D. : - Before the Mayor (D.atitchell, Esq.) 't-An old man?paiedn Ifetiry Snith was sent to gaol for a tnonthlfor vagrancy. ., J:dnas lli'key, ic k cfi tated the was a navvy employed on .the Bacclins Marsh lin~ieas fined 5s, itfdefatilt48 hoi'rs'imprisonmefit, for being drunk and diiiorderly. TIIHURSiDAY, JULY 5TII. Before Messrs W. Mitchell and Il Mforris?Tr, A `resident of Yarraville namied. Catherine Bennett, was finie los.,'in default 48. hours' imprisonineint;'She owas descriHed liCo stable Rushlord a's being a pirfect nuisance to her husban.l, who is a hard-working man em ployed on the raiiways - "J. H?J? iward, the liciensiee 61 tlilluckingliaf?i hotel, was summoned' for Sunday trading. Evidence was given by Constable Smith that the bar was lit up anil people inside itwhen he knocked at the door. IIoward locked it, and tirned the gas out. A IlMr Lowe,?who was found there at. the time; was called asa witness, and acknowledged th...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, JULY 2, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL A. M DAVY,JULY 2, 1883. SPresent-Crs Derham (President), Christie, Powell, Dickson, McLagan, Graham, Faragher, Hopkins, and Manning. The'minutes of the previous meeting were ried and confirmed. The outward correspondence was also read and adopted. The following communications were received:-. Sc From Secretary of Lands, stating that before fencing the Cricket and Recreation Reserve under the control of the Council, it would be necessary that the resignation of the: former Committee of Management should be sent in. -This had been done, and the land subse quently gazetted under the, control. of; the Council. . ' .: . / j 'From same, tating that the land gazetted as a Pound Reserve could still be used for such ' purpose. . , . , S ".ron»E ..oot.erayuCaunil. ".clti;ng-th'ait would guarantee the cost of the extension of' the Van Vean from Mr Powell's to Maidslone, to the extent of £2oo, but requesting that the lBraybrook Council; arrange to see, the work carried o...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDINARY BUSINESS. SWAMP ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

SORDINARY BUSINESS. - S ' SW.IP ROAD. Crw litchell considered that'he daymen should be instructed to cart away the mud, 'which-is left on the side of the Swvatii rbad by the scraper,'i . . ' The Mayor objected to the daymen being 'instructed to work 'n the Swamp road/when there was urgent work to be done in theesveral wards. Cr Cumingsaid tht the men were well looked. after, whlst at' work :inthe south' 'iard,,by C Cr Morris The men do their work properly in the orth ward. . :'! ,..' , 'The Mayor would'be ashamed to represent a ward which:was in :such. a `condition:.as the north;- ..The drain in Barkly street, near the Presbyterian Church; "was, in a disgraceful state.' Y Cr W,'Mitchell havig called attention to the fact,.that they were wandering away fron the Swamp road, it sas decided on the motion of Cr Johnson, seconded by Cr Burrows, thata mana be sent down to scrale the Swainml road, and aftera few days, tocart the stuff at the side away, to make footpaths. . Cr W. Mitchell wa...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 7 July 1883

Municipal. rRO UGH Qo FO.OTSCRAY. j'giotice is hcreby given tit;the VOTERS' I;ISTS'o6f the several Waids 'of the Borough, %retioi riy custody, and in.ty be:Inspccted diur_: ing'offi cchours at the Town HallFootscray, ?up to the.thlay ofJuly prox.' Claims and objections ilust be lodgd with the TmTov.ClerikTon or before' tlihettyl daof:July 'pro'an foirinsc, he obltain'ed atthe Town CIlerCkOffice.^a,1: SCopies of tlihe North ViWard li bst ma.yibn ispertedat Jo6hu Poole's store, Ho'I kins-stie?t, ad thatlor the South Ward'at 'W· P'VSnilth's tstoreiSt phen6stret, Yairriville.;: urgs are rqusted tosee tliathc-r names .ahnd te'seveei. lparticulars.; pertaiinig thereto;;ae rcoirrctly des? bed n the- said listsus although every cre tins been taken in lthe rcompilation of the snme, ',errors may h-ave rept in and oissionsoc i rre which can now, be catily rcrlifirl. ;v.'^Y^ ^ ^'"f;;',;;.^^ . And :otice is fiurthr? gien 'h an" nOpe CCourt for the` purpose of revising ithe above :mentiofied list...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SCOTCH APOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

A SCOTCH A)PibLtho Irascibteo lrt maid, with a pet cat in aage on board a steamec to Highland deck hand; "N'oo the'takLe 'care o' my cat," Donald "Ta tihe Teefil `wi?oi you tam cat !" The old. lady. complains to. the captain about Donald's rudeness,s ihe lhe 'is called aft and ordered to apologise. ;Seeking out the offended virgin, he 'says "Are ye the leddy I tell tar gang tne the teefil, I'ni'sorry but ye need nagangnoo 1".

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

SA^Lr Lake City is situated ii" the .alley of the iUtih, and takesitsh nae fron the great lake near which it' i: builsht.': When that"c pecuiar sect, who love the ladies so well tit theygo in for lthe doublei treble cand basl i mymore evCnts-ttheyeanaiord to ma intaind blcame so numiiierous,; that their pr)i esenc'l d weakness were obnoxious to more easily satisfied neigh1 bors, they. gatheresl thes msei ogethr andl migrated. :minot sufficiently "i up or i'ntr este di their history, to state for .certainty whether it was" the famous Joe Smith who doctritne of phlurality of females, wiho led hisi good spot to locate, and, no doubt that bu 'for theprompti ard incisive actio of the United Ststlas Goecriment, ',some''.1, years.ago tlh is bcgettinitg eopile.wouid hirv become^ -a^e power witlun'-a .pow'e'and "migiht harve worked mis;' chief, andtIused more thIan the soft., arti of; .per" to make mebeli ve thathose who would apply the life nile of Scriptural patriarcis tom odern civilizati...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

B Buiness Addresses. ,U ,Of iiz ELIuzuETr STRrFFT1'"r Hits. opeid a Bnranch L.stablihshment- in c aN r the Ss, 5 c \1 Stre ,lsaayy Stltion .?:?Smallgoods ofevery description alwhvays oi ild I 9,AR NI ? T M !IJ. t>,T O Or T .T: )r"t ; ': : , C A U,,;C:ToLnO :N EE i i~, A? -- ,D :r a It i. . ESTATE, ANDIrIWi FINANCO'E' G ENT, "iNDEPFEN 9 OFFICE ._ 3 ..enNicfloabln Street, 'lJ.-?.32Tt±d:)'. F?oso -?a . "' i i+ J../ Pi ; '. : , ? 1 ?. ' th.:- t.eProprietoy .of the In, Icord,:et, is.: ..-.:now o a position t form the . ' In. order to offerer y facility for .both O% `2.` iSelle s.and IB tdr ANY PROlERTIES PLACE4 'I1,iS S- HANDS :. ?.ISALE , WILL BE ? ADVERTISED IN HIS LIST, : : THtE UTMAOST -ia t ." ...n.i • .l t ::::.?O: Charge-.,-being' : made: for S-alt .oI Fumirnlre, Prtodue, and Stoce cdodhictedTiin Tny. T t iit %b1 the1.ijrncjt teiziýrvn, #t.1IIs .1i.i : oloniaji: Mutual , Fie? .- Profits. Risks takei~i at I.owest Rates. Insue ýouBJHous j2 y iiiEurintii r . : n- novnft t 7sroll t...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOADS AND[?]OGS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

IReferrlng, to .)yourrpaperr on; ther;probable longevity and other; curious charac eriaticsof froes and toads, I am. "abloto.gi e, you an autffitictj the'nctrcnassfanccs 8f ishich boc curred.on Imy father's iproperty in'KIhcnt sonie )e.ars ago . 1 tari s:ý :i:; ; ' : -My. rother,4theeate .Captain Han, Busk,. was standing near the edge of a stone quarry. igtfhe i'woied oiitithe esitate he Wi en suddenelype rwithr a'" tcih ' ieavlty !ih tli andstone, tin vhiclhir bieexconrceal d--who: shall, ?yhow many y is?-, atfine .;healthy etoad.; teas lunp4 and4 to judge byw the brought khomewibs k pt:in a bd'iiofmoss; from' ivhich.lte never,: ttertptlet.o mosve;:unless?en :courugei ?a liftetldout, for, he was perfectly capable p loromoion.m i ' ing' got ahrIad, rolht, he n-' fond 'hitiiself ain object.ht;geDeell, interest, anud obliged to hold datiy lrsrs,tfor all our friqnds! atd ncighhor cane to see him t e d nhappil het ih'hai? been'o rguest for 'vei'thre o nuotlis, he.was prodiuced ir the tt...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

i , ?;! B anks. - 'TiLE NATIONAL ' BANK OF ,- :: AUSTRALASIA. (Incorporated by Acts of the Victoria.in South Australian and .Western A utralian IParliaments.?) CAPITAL :'-- -- r ooo0ooo0 . n 200,,ooo Shares of 5' each. R s IsviETU N . ;. 95,000 ,ed FFOO HTSYCD DRY RANCIH CORNEROF: HYDE A~ N RPIER STS ": . - BillsDiscounted/. . Depositsrececivedd; and Interest :i:llowed thereon?^i, Diafts issuitdlon England .arid the Colonies. B::inin l?in:lusTess in all its liranches trans " . r:-` :;'i i t-IOtii CoYi'OU, Manager. THE COLONIAL BANK OF , - ! AUS'ITRALASIA . i - GOVELiNOR: The- Hon Sir W 3 ,: -:i '" CLARKE, BD4rt.,;. L.C.': ; . " CAPITAL .. . 000 000oo -" -FOOTSCRAY B?RAINCiI' BAiRKI.Y STRPEET;: MELbIOURNE ROAD, near .:: .iNicholson-stieet., ,. ,:-. DEPihOITS RECEIVED, and HIGHEST S'CURRENT.INTEREST allowed:. Bills discounted, and liberal advances made on' : ,' : appeoned securities., -: ' DraftI issuediisi all the chiefitowns in Victbria and" adjoining colonies, and on London. :Actin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

SOROUG OF FOOTSCRAYi S REVISION COURT. N:iotice is hereby given that an Open Court for the purpose of revising the Voters' Lists, will be held in the Town Hall, Footscray,on Monday 16th day of July inst., at to a.m. JOHN ORR, Town'Clerk. Town Hall, Foolscray, 9th July, 883. - OROUGH OF, FOOTSCRAY. The second instalment for the REMOVAL --.NIGHTSOIL for the -alf-year ending31 st December; must be paid in advance, and not later than Ist July next,-to the Town Clerk by all persons requiring the services of the con tractor engaged by the Local Board of Health SFormsnand'all information to be had'at the Town Clerk's office, Borough Chambers. By Order, JOHN ORR, Footseray, Town Clerk. 14th June, 1883. OROUGH OF: FOOTSC'RA'Y.' A iPLICATIONS will be received until WEDNESDAY; iS8th init.,:at 4 p.m., from peons competent to :perform the duties of SINSPECTOR of NUISANCES for the Borough, at a salary of £25 per annum.: Applications, with testimonials enclosed, to be, addressed to the -Mayor. and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

S"OUR HARRY"' -A TALE OFTH? 'DIG SGIG : , seemed. trar' moment as i the rider; would ei passed them by unt heard nt ueen t stretciedneick bsolulyforced his'i.ttention to them.:Havrg soothed the nimal he a few motentstheir bonds ee ctand little sirits adwatr oiabrandy flas poured "into their moths, which wsere ras A tsoon as they could speakh they told ,his how they lad been leftin that: ifni state, tie then cotroborated the Ides they hai farmed oinf theedtnation and' outra'gei the, gang, og itwo troopers an sidrien titsthes ofl wounde d while theylhad seired the goil le sets ntse'i readi away forn assimtance for. the saoundet men, and must push on, bit't prom isedinsend. shomeitiei to ithirheip li the nearest sidlationr aiIis'isng" thetain themeantime, to keep on they track;or at lesat close byl it; so as tobe smil.r tfound -e left the isk eith thei, or rat her its contents; the wholem ofshicner:wsoa tofrk( suffidowcient to airlay stheir brnspecting thrs ati thin .1 a shortli'icm th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lodge Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

Lodge Fixtures/0 AMATEUR PARI lAMENT.-Escry Monday at :Meclianics' Institute, at 8 p.m.-Mr D Warren, secretary, Whitehall street.: CRo .. oF SucCESS L,0ance,. G.U.O..F.0 -Mondlay, July 16th; at 'Belgravia'Hotel. 'Ceo. F. Sutherlatndl, Sccretary, Leeds street, PREsSnTERIAN Ctiurcii MUTUAL IMPROVE IENT. ASSOCIATION .-Thursday Evening. ' 19th July, at Prcsbyteriani Charch Vestry, at S: Joit's 5 -ItsovS S.C -Tuesdays 17th July-Royal I[sll, it 7H30 p -B; W'Waters, Secreytry'. DAiNOI o urE~tiost Looci: T0 - -Every Wedo esday at R Hoyal Hall.-Samuel ' Painter, Secretairy, Diarkly. treet' <-: PROTESTANT ALIt ANCE 1 RIENDI.'YSOCIETY. Y-e' eWdesday, July oS li;.cl.racia Hotel, '. at 8o'clock, LOvAL- I3UCKINGIIAML I.0.0.F No. :75, Thiesday, :July 19th; o?,?l?Hall at 8 p.m.\-V. Harrson, see., tBartlyutreet Rose "o V' aRRavidLLE, 'G.U.O O.FMeet t the Cl Chiirch of. Englnid. Schoolrooim, " arraville,;: on .Wednesday, July ithT, at 8 p.m. J Pitalmer, Secretary LoA ; QRAIGE INsTITUTION '...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 14 July 1883

C ullings and Qogitations. By La Pliwije. :iA second hand clothier publicly announces that he has left olfclothing of every description. Ne?yw York has succeeded in conversing with Chicago a distance of one thousand miles, by means of an improved telephone. This is lse longest distance a telephone message has been sent. Ier I pe?il M1jesty seems to be in a bad syii?Ssho has terrible attacks of nervous exhaustion and fits of great depression, which causes anxiety to all her household and to her physician Sir W. Jenner. This advertisement appeared in a New \'opk paper:-" If the gentlemin whot keeps a store in Cedar SItg?t with a reel head, will return the itfm.rfrlla ie borrowed from a ladiy with an ivory handle he will hear of something to his advantage." The Laneot says-" the evil of an unlimited sale of poisons under the thin but misleading disguise of patent mediciines is much to be depre cated, were it not that the sale of stemps brought an enormous revetnue t tih Stato, tthe sal...

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