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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

JITARRIAOE NOriCES 3a., inclnding IVI_ oopv of paper. Births, 2a. Cd. Dostha. 2s. 6d. per inch. In Memoriam, »». per inch. Advertisomonts of travelling companies cash in advance. pudlmiikd at beoa ok WEDNESDAY AND SATUBDAY. 'Bb just, and fear not: lot all the ends thou aim'st at bo thy country's, thy Ood's, and truth's.' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1000.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

|\ EN Tl STR Y F. G. HEADY DENTIST. Permanont Address : — CARF-ST., BEC1A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

Mr. Wood, Minister for Justice, to Mr. Cohen : You great, big, bull beaded bully. Mr. Norton : I should get a nice show of being heard ! Mr. Crick: The sooner the hon. member is shut up the better. ? » ? ? . Roberts finds now that tbe Boers have not dono with his services yet. Fifteen hundred of them with fivognns have broken through the cordon. . ? ? ? Mr. Boid : Tbe hon. member (Sir William Lyne) spoke for an hour and said nothibgat all! Mr. Crick :. That is what the right hon. gentleman has done! - ? * ? Mr. Beid : This proposal (to limit the length of the speeches) is made by a junior member of tho Ministry, tho tail end of the Cabinet. Mr. Crick : The end with the eting in it ! ? ? ? John Norton oa the City Council : Dne of the most opprobrious bodies that has -ever existed .under .British institutions since wo havo enjoyed the blessings of responsible Govern ment. That den of ignorant, iooocqpe tent robbers ! Tbat den of thW- b ! I« competency, wholesale embezzlement, robbery,...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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BEMBOKA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

'bemboka. (FhOM OUK COHUESPONDENT.) The tournament iu connection with tho local Tounis Club took placn on Saturday last, and a most nnjoynblo timo was spent. Rofref-bmenta woro proviilod by tho ladies for tho viriting playora. Tho play resulted an under — nnsT hound. Mr and Mr.i. Armstrong (13) beat rfart and Mi.HK Pouh {24)— C-O-i-J 2nd round. Mr. nnd Mm. Williams (ocr) beat Dun lcary and Miss O'Neill (30)— S0-I1 llauniler and Mi3i V. Ward (30) boat War,! and Mra. Flower (2IJ-50-45 Hill and Mfw Ward (30) bent Ward nnd Mrx. Flower (21)— 50 45 J. O'Neill and Miss E. O'Neill (28), Oor ?Inn and Mi.-w Komp (7), and Iaaaca aid lliiw .N'. Komp (25), Uyoa. Olonn and Mi-9 Branch (13) beat Josonli and Mii« I'ortor (???)— 50-40 Jfr. and Mra. Armstrong (13) beat ICnblo and Mi«3 Smith (2SJ-60--M 3rd round. 5fr. and Mra. Williams beat Alnunder and Min V: ^-ara-SO-4' Uill and Mis. W«rf boat O'NoIU and Mi«s O'Ncill-SO.39 Ciordon and Miss Kemp beat Isaacs and Miss N. Komp -50-47 Mr, and Mra. Armstr...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SiTDNKY, Tuenday. The returned invalided aoldiera wero officially rccnivod yestorday by the Governor. Large crowds congregated, ami conuid'-rablo enthusiasm provuilo'l The mnn wero loudly chcorod nil along tbi: linn of route to tlio barracks, whoro Major-Qonoral fronoh addrnssed Luaru. iiu uiaiuu iinib buujr vruuiu uc* 'accommodated at thn barracks until ready to roturn to their homo'. Tho Minister for Dofonco (Mr. Sec) also spoke, and gavo them u hearty wel come homo again. Throe ronskotl and armed men wont to Hannan'a proprietary camp at Kalgoorlio, nnd ;icd up tho manager mid several other persons. Thoy then secured tba key and opened tho safe, but found noihing. The Minister for Works has pro vided for 50 per cent, subsidies to municipal road work being made avail able at onco. The Brrelong blacks are still at largo, anJ Bruit panic exists in' tho district concerned. Aboriginals, who aro sup posod lo be tho wantoi) men, robbed a Chinaman's hut near Rcody Croek o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

The long list of dastard crimes that adorn the past history of New South Wales has been added to by the com miesion of the Gilgandra and subse quent outragos by the BrooloDg blacks ; and dark as former crimes were, the outrages committed by the Breeloug aboriginals bid fair Co eolipse anything on record in point of diablerie. To the lay mind tho orimee seem doubly direful on aaoount of the apparent utter . absence of motive for the commission of such fiendish deeds. The fact that the outrages have not been confined to one family ptovss tho fallaoy of the asser tion that the crime was committed out of revenge for aspersions' cast upon the whito wife of one or the aboriginals. Everything points to tho faot that tho murders were committed solely for the purpose ot gratifying an iniiane desire to aohieve notoriety, and the trend of later events lends color to this supposi tion. Without doubt this particular party of blacks is out on the war path, and their one aim seems to be to commit ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LETTERS to the EDITOR THE OYSTER BEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR THE OY3TKR BROS. Sin, — Having heard runinrs regard ing the destruction of oysters liy the public at tho mouth of Bega River, I bog loavp, through thn medium of your column', lo emphatically deny iho accusation On tho contrary, myself and others, who hnvo boon in tho habit of availing ourselves of iho privileges .bestowed on in, prior to tho revocation thereof, havedom1 our best to protect the oysters by distributing tho young ones on different rooky points -n the river, so thit they might Bpown, nnd theioby cause other por tiow1 of iho river to becomn nystei Imiring. So you will soe, sir, that if a fiiw, an our malignant accusers ray, doitroy the young oysters, there aro others who do Ihe revorso by trying to protect tor n publio benefit, as I sii. ceroty trust they may always remain. — Yonrt, me, ONE OF THE PUBLIC.

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. Nine members of tbe Cbina Inland Mission wore massacred in tha Pro vince of Chekiahg, and 2000 converts suffered tbe same fato at Pasting. It is also reported that there has been a week's massacro of foreigners at Hondn-Shansi. Daring the march of tbo Chineso troona to Fekin 3.500 converts -worn killed. General Prinaloo, with 5000 mon, fans surrendered unconditionally at Colesherg. Latest indications nre that a few foroigo Ministers at Pekin hare beon saved, as a Japanese cypher message, dated IQtb instant, stated tbat tbe Japanese Legations would' be able to bold out till tbo end of July... An Imperial edict doclaroi that the murders aro duo to tho increase in the numbor of Logxtion gohrds, whoso actions have incenxed the people. Another edict orders tbe various Viceroys to negotiate for peace. It reiterates ..that the - Ambi8wlo.-» . are hostages in Pekin ; meanwhile the Viceroys must resist invasion and prevent all foreigners from quitting the count...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. Denham Brts. report on 26th inat:— Croamory butter lOJd to U6\ factory OJd to 10d. dairy 8d to Od. Oheoso, medium 51 to 5Jd, loaf 5id to 6|d. .Baoon Sd to G-1. 1'otatoet, O.O. 60a to 65s. Maizo firm at 2a 8d.«Bran and pollard !)d to njd. CbaS 67« fid to 02, Od. Eitga Sim at la 3d to la 4d.-Poultry ofl«ll^o»orip tiona in good request. Bill, Clarko^and Co. report :— Pat pig market lightly Buppliod on Friday luat. Prims bacoDers woro in Tery ttoiip do mand aodjtold partioaUrly veil, with ex colleat proapoota. Forkera wore yory firm at Uto ratos. We quote extra prin,o weight; back tatters at 15- to 55s. pntno weighty 4n» to 45a. extra, prime troiuhty baoonors 37a to -ins. good to prime lighter 3G» to 39«. light 27a to 35s. beat hrary porkorn 2lii to 20«, prime lighter 21a to 23., light 18a to 2I-, imall light 13a to 17aacoordiug to weight aod quality.

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

WKSLEYAN. Firnt Sunday in each month, Boga 11, lay norrlco, Bombokn, 11. Bega, 7.80 Second Sunday, llega, 11 (Communion), and 7.30 (yonnR pooplo'a sorvlco). B-ogo, 8 Third Sunday, Boga, 11 anil 7.80. Wolumla, 3 Fourth Suuday, U«ga, 11 and 7.90. Candulo. 3 Filth Sunday (when occurring), Bega, 11 and 7410 Wolumla, 8 Wek Evr.!iiyo MttTlNns and Skhvicbs Monday, 6lli-O»rn-ld. Mr, Huron', 7,80 Tuenday, Ttu-Wolumla, Mr SIcl'aulM, 7.00 WcdnoBday, 8th— Uandelo (young people'* norvlcc) 7.80 Thursday, Oth— llrogo. Union Chn.cl,, 7.W) Friday, lOth-Boaa, Wosloyan Reunion. 7.10 Mouday, 18th— Bega Hand of Ifopc, 730 Prayor Mooting Wednesday, 7.30 Choir practice, Friday, 7.30 JO11K 8CHARKIE.

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QUIET SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

QUIET SMILES Generul Sir Evelyn Wood is a comparatively short nmn, an. I although lie does mit look thu part wht-n dressed in mufti, in one of the bravest nie'i who evui Bervrit our Queen. H' is fit-finely fond o telling the following story against himself. While waiting at Aldernhot *ta'ion recently in plain clothes, ml unattended by his aidede camp, he noticed a young private [tacing the platform without taking the slightest notice of him, and of course omitting the cus'omary salute. The general culled him and asked whv he didunt salute. 'Because I don t know who you are,' replied the private stiffly. 'I am Sir Evelyn Wood.' 'Get out,1 was the rejoinder ; 'if Sir Evelyn Wood heard you aay that, he'd p-.mcli your hlonuiin' head for you,' and he continued his stroll. * ? ? A certain gentleman, who had oeen imbibing too ficely, was re turnii.'g from his club ono night, anil, on pausing a policeman noisily! was threatened with the lock-up. He theteupon punched tho con stable's face, a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

A. H. Baumbebo, from Sydney, rieite l^o Boga Diatriot regularly every three DidDtha with a greod eoloction of uoweat jewelry.' A noon to Cigarette smokora WILLS' celebrated imported 'OAPSTAIN' cigar ottos 4d per paokot of 10. * ? * A SPOTLESS COSll'I-EXION SmsnoHUB Lanos oloars off al) impor feottona in a taw days. Pimple, Blemishes, trritatinff Objootion«ble Appearances, Rod seBB, B«ughue«s, Ian, Uaoomfortablh Star Disfigurements, entirely fade, away, 'aavm* a beautiful Kkin )-bWDg Bottfea of Sul vholine. ? . ??

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

CLIPPINGS. A missionary in Chinn, writing to a fi ienr! in London, describe* tha murder by Boxers of a fellow missionary :~The rnksiuimry, he siiya, was out on a journey when he whs set upon by Bnxois, who stripped him, sliced off his ears, and then cavo him tho ODtiun of /oiim naked or wearing thin old Chinesn Kirmentit. The-« hoput nri. Then they put a rope through his ikw, and led him liko a cow frmn village to village. Ono diy, an his enptnis sut in a village cook-shop, he tBCaped, but they soon overtook him and hacked him with awards till after he whs dead. Mr. Charlos Keufeld, who fur ttvelvo years was u prisoner nf the Khilifa at Omdiirnmn, had smne very terrible experiences. One little amusement his enptors in dulged in waa to blow their two gnat war-botns, made from ele phants' tusks, right agatn«t hi* ears, nearly driving htm mad. Then he was led out to be han4ed ; but he wns reprieved at the last minute, and thrust into a prison so densely packed that armfuls of lighted g...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

KVENT3TOCOME. Iirga School of Arts Debating CInli meets orcry alUrUAte Friday Ladles' Lodgo of the O.U.O.O.V. meets ThnntUy fortoightly Loyal Prlnoa Alfroil Lodgo, M.U., moota on Mon day. . Toniuu Star' Lodge, LO.OlF., mcetti on Uonday Masonic Lodge, Begn moetn on SucoiiJ Tuesday in each month. Boga A., P. «nd H. Society's Committee- mi-eta first Tuesday of tho month. First Tuosday in each month, Council Qood Temphus mo«t every Tnoudar CotnmoasTrusteoftfnoot last Tuesday in each month JoapiUl Oommlttoo uuaU Second Wednesday m oach month Bega BenOTilont Society meets aecoud Tuosday in School ol Arts Coiutnittoo meets FitHt Thursday in oach mouth !lnrormation-neUctrromSientnriii\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

LIVKR COMPLAINTS Db. Kbo'i Dahtjeuom AmQnmmsIjTn 1'ilu. witauut mercury, are a potent re medy ? rernoTO M Liver anH Stomach Com plniuts, Itiliousness, Headache, Sickness, nnouldcr P«ius, Heartburn, Indigestion, Constioatiu-i. Dr. King's PilU are old fa!-hini. d. w?*.h.9Ut the dHUgerons vhite coitinu on mun/ new Pillr T\/r OltTGAGE LOANS Mr. 0. WTMacleod Has beon requested by LEADWG SYDNEY CAPITA LISTS to consider APPLICA TIONS t'OK LOANS to any amount on mortgage of KEAI, ESTATK ut o Minimtib. Ruto of Interest on adequalo security CT OFFICE — ADJOINING HUME'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. BEGA. JV/TONUMENTS TOMBSTONES, IN MARBLE, GRANITE or FREESTONE THK BUST VAUIETY — AKn— LARGEST STOCK In AUSTRALIA to seloct fiom. Dclfin anil rrltn tulnlltrd Free of Coil. J. HANSOnTnd CO., »S KLIZABETU-STHEE' 'YDE PARK «j V D N E Y AUTHENTIC MEDICAL OPINIONS WORTH KNOWIN3— Dr. Osbornesayn: ?? I use SANDER & SONS' EUCALYP TI EXTRACT as a spray for nasal ca tarrh, low fever, asthma. &o., witb gr...

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Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to Ja[?]uary 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 1 August 1900

?tegn Post Otace. Time Tuhli ? (Oontettd lo .U .inry 11, I'JOO.) MAILS AilltlVB FUOM StDH*T,ovorlsnd, via Coomu and Bern boVa. daily, (Sunday oxceptod) 11. HO p.m. 8ti-n»t, per stoumer, Tuesday and Thurs day, time uncertain. Biuinwow, Arnluen, Moray a, Bodallji, Oobargo, Qiiantui, Brn^n, daily Suuday oxcoiitodi, at 7 p.m. Goulboiin, Cioma, Ntinityt.ello, Monaro district, Hemlioka nnd Nnuibtigga daily, (Sunday oioepted) 11.30 p.m TiTlllii and ltri-:l.yards Heceivinu Office Tuesday and Thur-day, time uncertain. Ulladulln (via TtUhra) Thnrsdiy, per steamer, timo micuitain. CaNLElo, Mogilla, KatnernVa,, Kunoona daily, at 8.30. p.m. Towumbn, Timbillioa, Rocky Hall, Callt cart, Wyndham, (vi- Tambula), Tuosday, Thursday and .Saturday at 8 p in. Eiikn, PatnbuK Wolumla, and Merim bula, daily .Sunday ozcopted at 8 p m. Merimbttla, via Jell»t JelUi, Friday at 7 p.m. Wvkdiiim via Candolo, Sunday and Wad nesday at 8.30 p.m. Tanj» (NeUon's), and WapongUf, Wed nesday nnd Saturday, nt 6 p.m. Boutul...

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Bega Post Office Time Table. (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

Bega Post OfDce Time Tablr. (Oarnotcd to JanriaryH, .1000.) HAILS ABBITB » »O1I STDMT.overtand, via Cooma and Bora boka, daily, (Sonday oreeptei) 11.30 p.m. 8lns«T,p«r»toamer1T»eaday and Thnrc day, tlmennsartain. BaMDwor*. Aralnen, Hornya, Bodalla, Oobargo, Qnaalua, Biogo, daily Suuday eicopted), at 7 p.m. GorjLBOBN, Cooma, Kimitybclle, Monaro district, Bomboka and Numbugga daily, (Sunday eiceptod) 11.30 p.m Tatdba and Brickyards Receiving Office Tuesday and Thursday, tlmo uncertain. Ulladnlla (via Tathra) Thurad.y, por steamer, timo uncertain. CANDzto, Mogilla, Eameroltt, Ennoona daily, at8.S0. p.m. Towamba, Timbillioo, Bocky Hall, Cath cart, Wjndham, (via Fambnla), Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 p m, Edbn, Pambnla, Wolnmla, and llerim bula, daily Sunday exceptcd at 8 p w. lIsrimbula.viaJellatJeBAt.Fridayat/r.ai. WtBDUAii Tia Oandelo, Suuday and Wed nesday at 8.30 p.m. Tanja (Nelson's), and Wapengue, Wod noeday and Saturday, «t li p.m. Boudala, Cathcart, Dolcgato, via Candolo,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

If LOOK AT THIS! /tT Jt&t, Wo-vir season's Tea, 19OO-1. aKk'^Q^I V My well known ?'?OoMcn 'lip Ceylon' ispiiniiigpopnlar faronrdnily, ^BB^||l|r y\ being undoubtedly the best ill N'.S.W. 'Ihu qunlily of this season's f y ' crop is excellent, and n ihciilcd iinprovomont on last toasnn's, nnd r «kil*X (flSE^ I havo boon fnrtuiuito in securing some of thu finrnt lines nhippeil 'WrilU I Un I'M f'rll|y '''''Uii 'Golden Tip Ceylon. '| Is 3d nnd 1l 6d per 1b. Suaar-CoiiipBiiy's~No. 1, HeaVwliiloViOlb i),.g, Us lid : Qitcci»lnml Best White, 70 b 11«. Cninpniiy'il I.W.. 701b bag, 11« Ud; Company's Lu-ht llrnwn. 701b Uig. 10s lid. Hour— tiilloHute'i'. llrtuiton's, or- 'Lily of thn Valley,' 7- Od per lOfllbs., l'l SO.h bog, 7s Od per lOOIbs. Jams- Sunflower, 'Jn fld per doz. Whito Star. 2i!)d iloz; Victoria :-s do* ; Vnioria, 2il. tin*, 5s nd doz. Wh to Star. Ulr tin, 5b 3d doz. «My Favorlto,' made in llolnrlfrom choico fruit, vcighiug Uh (tin not wcigho.l in), UoalJnm, 4s Gd dot , Tlnn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

THE LONDON 'TIMES' - REPK1NT OF THE - ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA (NINTH ICMTION— THE LATEST) PROVIDING YOU ACT PROMPTLY. . -^-uoair-- - The ENCYCI.OPJJOt.V BlttTAVMCA h tom.mriir'y I'ffjred »t ft p Ico su 1'W. nn.l upon conditions ul pHyinont no cnnreu u it, 111 to bring it within the roach of purchaser* who count the cost . { tlio books they buy. Kor n prolimimiry rwymout of JJl Is n limit-d number of porno in in New South WhIps who mnlcn Mji thoir mind* quickly, enn inure c pius of ''.l'lio Tiuicn' Uonrint of thu KuoyclopaUia Urilnnuicn nt half tlio pnlilUli.M.Vd price. After tlic eiMiiplrtu sot of twonty llvu volumes hiva boon dclirured. not In purls, nor 11 vo'utno at a Iimt, but -li« un.iru twentv-tive vuIiiiiiuh, carofnlly sealed in olio t.n-lmoil onsu — after thu IkvAh lmvn boon pbiced on ihu rhcln-a, thu puro n*, U to hj coiuplcioJ by 8ixtcoii uiontlily payments of 0110 g'liuoa encn. Tliu ituiuci Brst paid is thu only puyiumt to bo made in auticipal on ; ovory Miliirmient guin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 4 August 1900

— IS FOE— A. J. DISHER & CO., -^?THE — Hi UK GiSH STOII, — WHERE - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. PIEST DISPLAY-Thursday, 7th inst. PflLIKq'5 FMNO5 V are far above the many £ 7 common place instruments k 7 on the market, and MUCH 4 J CHEAPER. I 1 Catalogups FBBE. 2 V Sole Agents for V V . STHINWAY 2 V rfc BRINSMBAD 2 1 UU FEU RICH I J ^ LiPP A SOHN 5 7 GORS * KAl2uVIANN 4 7 UEBEL-ECKE s/ja - 2 victor ♦ Ylv y 2 BELLING & 1^ J fi ESTEY ORGANS? 9 C EVERY KNOWN 9 £ MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 9 A STOCKED .TT^i- i ? Strings and Fittings. ^ I W.H.PAUNG&CO., \ T 338 GEORGE STREET, I I SYDNEY* ? J XUEKS, N II It U Its. ORDERS for thesis nro now being booked by Some-net Nurwry Agent for Bega. W. H. BRAINE. 7^ i' 0 T I 0 N I HEREBY caution any porson or persons Xinst SETTING FIRES to the HEAPS FLOOD TIMBER or DESTROYING OAK TREES on MY FARM at the BROGO BRIDGE after thia data. n. MoLEOD. latAaguet, 1900. ATOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A IN CEEHFICATE OF DISCHARGE. la tho Sapreme Co...

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