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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

¡ ,.,., NOTICE TCr ADVERTISER^, ADVERTISEMENTS for insortion in Tuesday,? ; ' issue must bo forwarded to tlwOfüco not; 'i' later'than four o'clqck'ou Monday, after-' , noon) andnotiigsj^jffjvitlulrawal not later (hau two o'ologjiniHmttrdajr. ADVERTISEMENTS MW lltíbo^inBertod in the. IEXAMWEH nithawt%"«jfecifio ordor as to numbor of times, will bo "continued until ii countermanded, and ohargèd, for accord ? ?? ingly.i. .' ?

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language of personalities, but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. COTTON SEED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ' .. ; j .-yr;,,:; :,? ffíi-.i-:. i >??.;{ '. .?.'?ii'! "'.M"i í 1 I Oos .columns .ara opon to all writers.who refrain ; from tho toseof virulent language ol* perao-' Mr -nalities,-1 ibyft''wo 'arc nob u'osponsiblo' for ' .opinions óipressod.ii-j iíM -.f.-j.; . I i' COTTON SEED ' : TO THE EDITOtt Ol' TUB EXiSIINEn. SIB;'^-Hiving seen'6Ónio enquiries' in your valu- able jburnb.l,\for cotton scod, I bog to infonn yoti that I havo sont by thia day's steamer two casks of cotton Bood, viz;, ono of Sea Maud and one of New Orleans,- to my brother, Jir.' Charles' J. Hamburger, of H. M. Customs, Grafton, for DISTRIBUTION to such of your FAUMBRS us are willing to CULTIVATE this important plant I havo also forwarded to yon, by this doy's moil, n small pamplcfc on thu Cultivation of New Orleans .Staple Cotton^from'which, perhaps, it might bo well to publish somo extracts for tho information of intonding.çottou plantos in your district-altering them sb, ns to'adapt .t...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

?\, k , EXPORTS. !^*-T.» Septetabor 4.-Grafton (».), for Sydney : 396 owe mailt), 1 bag wheat, 5O00 ash atarea, '444 . . hides,-1080 horns, 6 casks tallow, 4 bundles sheepskins, 15 boxes eggs, 1 horse and sundries.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

DEPARTURE. . September 4.-Grafton (s ), 240 tom, Captain Creer, for Sydney. Passengers-A lady and child, and 17 in the steerage.

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PUBLICANS' LICENSING MEETING GRAFTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

PUBLICANS' ' LICENSING- 'MEET . , , IN'O GRAFTON. ? 'TUESDÁT. ' .. PRESENTÍ Messrs. Lardner, Allardice, and'RoberÍBony.'J.P.'s; :>>,:i -nw A liconaed \vaa granted'to;Mr. Edward Creer: for : th& . ?f Commercial' Hotel,'* Prince-street, ; lately occupied, by Mr¿ Coles. (( t_j i? .' - A. license was also granted to" Mr. Donald Macaulay, at Ulmarra, for the », Caledonia Hotel..',*, , .: :> r, , .. Mr. J. E.V,Burton, of Tenterfield, applied for a líbense .through bis agent, Mr; W. Collie.;;-. Mr. Collie stated , to .the Bench that hq1 had received a letter from. Mr.'Burton,'stating his inability of attending the Court, in consequence of the bad state of the. weather. Mr. Colliothen applied for an adjournment on hobab? of Mr. Burton tf^ ^Iio next Court day, 18tH September which was granted. . ,. TflB.;i EsooET.WThe - escort, which arrived on Thursday. fronY th© various góíd-fiolds bráught down 964 oza.14 dwta., of gold-dust.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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OUR GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

kr r> QUE GOfJipPXELDS. ??<:?, THE;;report, which, we stated uv; our lastMssue, with refercncè\to a new gold- field being-discovered at Cangi, turns out to be£ correct. A corespondent, under date ôf^he 5th instaut, writes, .¿y^hat.'nost .reliable infarmationirhasi been received from Cangï; and that the news was most encouraging.*1 Another correspondent whose letter is dutcd thc 7th, confirms the above, and states that a party who has just arrived from Cangi, informs him that t the diggers ;àre\makirig their £&; and .?4 per weeÂ.j'îbht bc intended to pro ceed to the spot, abd by next post would give us all the particulars. The distarme from Grafton by . Walker's station is about fifty miles j but as there ia no boat to cross 4besriver, the only good route is by Greenstreet a, on the -New Line-thence \to , Yulgilbar (where there is. a boat), and from thpnoe to the diggings is about thirty-five miles. A man reaohed town yesterday from Cangi, and his statement was ...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

WEEKLY OAlÜíNDAP. : Sept.' 10] day 11 Wednesday 12 Thursday. 18 Friday...." 14 Saturday.'.. (15 SUNDAY. 16 Monday ... Sun ? rises. H. M. 6 .11 Sun - sets.

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

¿_.--:_._j ,, ,1_._. LATEST COMMERCIAL, ' PRODUCE CIRCULARS'. ' 1 ,' , i WHOLESALE , f < ' .^ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND .CO.'s] ! j . /'Arrivals during, tho past ,woek .have bcou ex ? troniely few, business on' tlie-vrhokv rather 'dull, although-va good domsnd' exists -for,'sevoral .articles. ?-.....,;!.. :. M ..... r .;?,"?:?',-?,??. .>..?:. n I "Maize has boon in belter demand and good samples sell roadily at 4s Gd to4à8d.-" ; r.Wlicat-Wo have complctod. transactions in sovornl-parcels of Adelaide, amounting..'iniihe whole to ovor 8000 bugs, at OVCd/; s> v.-.- ^ t'lTloiir scorns .firmer for o good nttwle, ;but;iio. ijiiîl gu lu price. V ^ f> , Lucern liny, tho market ia very .'baro of'really first olnss i soles of superior can. easily bo nfledtod nt £7 whilo inferior and .middling ia:rathor difficult of salo at £5 to £8. . v. -iV-J?. ? llucon-3d. to Gd. per lb. f ??.'.'I' "' <i0' » ..-"Borley, IînghshTGs.'to 7s..por;buíhol;'U!'.- ? -. Dit to, Capo-Gs. /...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

PARLIAMENT VOP' \ NEW v SOUTH ' WALES. Boxn Houses'óf 'Parliament wore opened i on- Tuesday last: by his Excellency . itt person. ,\> i t " ; ;.,' His Excellency, who/was accompanied by 'his Buite andi by, ,several - military officers', jwas,received,at the, 'portico ? by the President and .several members-of ;the Council, and having'advanced to the vice-regal chanvthe Legislative Assembly were Bummonea^and-wentered, occupying tho seats in tiïïe centro'of the chamber: - , THE . GÔVEENOhVS SPEECH. ' His EXCELTJENCY then read:the follow- ing speech:-r-1 a.tl X ¡ ' ""? - .:. ' Honorable Gentlemen^" the Legislative '? ?-. Coimc-ib and' Gentlemen of the ! Legis- lative Assembly,- ,< 1 ' i ' û'. ïn addressing yon personally-for tho1 first time, I avail myself of tho 'opportunity to con-' gratulato tho oolony upon tho possession of political institutions wjùeh, if tho spirit bf wisdom and moderation inspiró your - counsels) nra ; well caloulnted, under tho blessing of Frovidc...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Thursday, September 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

('(.' ' |;PR0Í1 'OUR^feöilRESrÖNDENT.-]' 1 ./ '? Thursdttf. .September 5th.. ;THB iP&liament^^^'.'' on" Tuesday : last, ;aud;?was operie^by^is Excellency : Sir !John JTpung jin^fe 'usual] form- Tho 'weather was fine, anwan immense ;cpn 'course ' pf people, assènxhlpd to ^witness itîecWemo^ Êjfles' escorted his Excellency .'jtö/'thei j: Opuncü "Oh'amberäj/.whew I honor from .the ;¡ VpTjinl^ -Eifleii '$»a:¡ ! drawn, up to receive'tbim. The-sVice-' j regal speech was,»ais usual,' butr'a". simile' of all preceding speeches made'on I such'., occasions, with -the 'ordinary, amount of congratulation oii tho pre- sent aspect of affairs connected with the Govemment"and the country.. ? . . In the Legislative Council, tho Hon. George'Allen wits elected Chairman pf '"Committees'for tho present session.;;.;'?;. I. -'Mr.^Charles ?.Cowper, junior, li|s;beeri Gazetted as Clerk , of ' the./.Executive Council, vice Mr. Merewether,^resigned. A notice has also appeared : in .tho ^áíe¿¿e: déclar...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

?' ? ANSWERS TO. CORRESPONDENTS. '; A. Meohnmo i(Dlmam)-^team:boaU Were in-,. ; 'Tjmtedíin.l818,^bnt..sl^.áHÉRam^y«K. ' ?'?^'no^u»cäonrailro»â.^mtü?,1831j:';..^; i Ai (E. (Biohmond)-Tho round of thunder muy; ; , be heard for twenty or twenty-five, miles .,, or.withtho ear-to tho, ground i--much : '??''? more.' ; ' :'1 A Subsoriber-Public-houses were first licensed' .in 1621. ??.:??????.:? -???'??: S. F^CÎulgUbar)-Tlw electrical eel,. and-Bomo , ; - óthorfishoa of thoVay genus, communicate,' y. ¡sho'cksjon'being¿ouohed^bjjjthe handorby . ?* ?;?? . electrical ; conductors. vTHfe. membranous '. ,, organefyhioh produop this effect aro like '," tho colls of agalrônio trough ora boo-hivo, and very distrBeÜy markod.- Tho lamina)' - f ,df muscles and tho futty .bolls botween thurn ... . \ are of .similar ikinäs. «,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

, , V SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, "?S$r" ' ' ARRIVALS. ' \ , ' . , i I .V S" September 7.-Urara (s.), 400 tons, Captain Wiseman, from Sydney 5th- instant. Passen- gers-Mre. Dobbin, nurse and 3 children, Mrs. < v Barker, Mr. 0. irving, M.L.A., Mr. Brown, .Mr. Fairman, and S) in the steerage. ,AuRiist 7.-Elisabeth, schooner, 120 tons, i, Captain; Nias, from Sydney, 2ith August in ballast. G. iürchnor, agent

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

S,TEAM TO SYDNEY dfth'own. Steamboat : For fall -particular^ tho Captain, on bo'artK »Ölt^SYDNEY. - The | ? first - glass schooner' 120 tons, CapjiaSjjN-IAS, daily ex-, J pectcd. $$:<??§???' ¡For .freight passage,, apply. to G. A. KIRCHNER, Factory. , 490 10R ROCKHAMPTON; -Thc first-oíass schooner _ l'KBCJä^JiUAIVCE, 100-tons, Captain^SA^fTII,, will sail ! about 7th Septcufocr, : ,. For freight or ¿passage apply to ;G. A. KIRCHNER, Factory. 491 ANE;¡ DAY; OR B RI S MORETO The scho AUSTIftAXVl, 80 tons, Captain M^J&MOTT, will sail on or about the lmh September. For freight or passage ' apply to G. A. KIRCHNER, Factory. 492 Australian Joint Stock Bank.' TIJOTICE is hereby given, that interest | xv is'allowed by¡ this Branch, on fbícd i 'deposits, namelyi-Tr j f :,. ,On de'nositjaffilj/ mjmths, 4 per cent, per annjam/ , r i , On: deposits,^, 6 months, 3 per conti per annum. . Ondcposift#for 3 months, 2per cent: per annum. BANK POST : BILLS with'..^interest added ,at ...

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TENTERFIELD. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

.TEN1 STÏLII BO gently'O'er îne 'pouring,1 is the precious.jain-wet, wet, wet ia the inter- minable.1 order offthe.Hayr-lost week we" werei ^sited^ith^a smart thunderstorm;' and yestcrday^evrajng, the 26th ultimo, a temfic,hail-3tórm made its, appearance as you may imagine, we could noifc.practice sufficient self-denial, to refrain from in- dulging' in, a delicious " sherry cobbler !" Oh ! would that wo had some influence witjh that nïuch-talked-of individual-the Clerk bfXibMjfeather-^tho' past jeason has 'ibèen^iw^n^w^xceptiori,' the! most' rainy one'known^to that all potent re- feree-tho f oldest .íiíhábitaát;' t Thèrélare roads ; to " mend, from ;. Tenterfield to! Lawronco and Grafton, tho money is voted,ta mond these roads-then why don't; they .pegin'P ' Circumlocution and, red ?tape éljí! \Grßat\complaints have; been expresa'eaV ^tlw^inidale district about the new. roads lately made, we hope the'Clarence district ráads will be'made] , quickly and well, leaving no margin' for, c...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

K (,i ULMARRA. - ,CÄ< [rnÖM OUI»,' COItllESPONDENTij' ¡THE MVBATHER.-That all-absorbing topic, in the mind of a farmpr-^i? ' still unpropitious.^ Tile continued rains, have BO completely'satu- rated the cultivation land,-that, as yot, very littleliaa boon done in tho way of ploughing-br preparing tile corn ground for tho next crops. The.growing wheat crops, too, appear to feel tho efTectaof so much weti by assuming that yollow stinted appearance,'so often noticed in low-lying swampy land j added to this, there is a species of caterpillow or brown grub, eating off tho leaf, in many places to tho serious injury of the crop. Should Uno weather Bot in, these evils would be speedily removed, for they are both concomitants of a wet drooping season, and may bo often seen, on the Hawkesbury and .other famous agricultural districts, in seasons such as wo are now experiencing. NATIOXAII SCIIOOL -Your numorous Ul- marra and other readers, who wish well to odu- ' rational establishme...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS AT GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

' SALE OE CROWN LANDS AT GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER. v j THE followîng..'iS'. the 'result oí the sales, of Crowü lands; held; ai f tlievPolice Office, Grafton,' on Wednesday arid Thursday,- tho 4th and 6th:: September, with the name of the purchaser, where situated, and the price paid for the Bamei ,;. ,1?IBST DAT-WEDNESDAY. , WOODFORD ÍSDAND (upset pried, £1 per" acre). , : ; ? QUANTITY. PBIOË I. li.T. ' ÄEALI8ED. 40 0 O* .J£8 'ê' 0 io 40 te 41 !0: 42 ~0 43 42 42 41 .él 43 0 0 0 0 0 ,0, 0 0 0; ,0 f. O' O' Q.t ;o'0" ,o o o .- o o o 49 tfÖIAü ' PAID FOE . £128 ? Ô !Ó # '144 0 0 ; h 200 0 .; 156 49 ;: 129:'3 : 13812 P'iM 6 . 109 13 ., 119 14 V :"10S. 0 « ,.i » ,«iv 131 4 \.'^A!î\0\\./, 125 8 Hi ! 109 13 8 12 5 O 313 3' 3 3.í 6 8fÖ 2 ll 217 210 » 0 .-.4*; O'. O' . 0 0" '0,. 0^ . oi\ 0 . 0 *; sotpricej: dSV'per./acre) toi.' . IfAMÊ.OÏ l'ÙEOltASEK. - 1-Angus Mackay, Swan Creek ... ; 2- Donald Gillies, "Ulmarra 3-Thomas Clarie, Ulmarra ... 4- Malcolm Macleay, Southampton. . 5- John Macfarlan...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

MUN'I CI PAL COUNCIL. . > i < j THURSDAY. PBESENT : ,-Tlie May^^MermenJÀvoLy;': Lardner, MTadden, (Gilmore, Robinson, and Payne.. . ?/ ; \t i ?.-Tho mimitea of the last meeting were read and confirmed. LETTERS Department of. Lands,.Sydney,. \ August loth, 1861. I Sir>-RefbmngNto your/lotter ,of,tho; ,18th ultimo» applying fo^tlijyvjiolo .of,block.. 118 ln tba town of QraftonVtcfberroserved for tho,uso, of a cattle market, Ihm 'dîrcotoû ? to . inform- you . that it appears'that thóarea already appropriated, for that, purpose*, m. the locality inpivtioiipdj. is Qvo aoros,, and tho remainder af tho section cont tams 8u:ajtes.- ' ?2. Aa tho area of elovon sores would-bo -un-, usually largo for. a cattle market, and tjio land may hereafter bo required for somo other pubho purposo, Ur. Secretary Robinson can only ap . provo of tho temporary use being granted of tho six1 acres; .in addition to tho flvo acres which will be considered als permanently appropriated. 8. In rega...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

, QUEENSLAND. . THE holding -of' the first state trial in Queensland has been the great event of the week.' - Qn'Wednesday;; August 21st; the'pubrisher of tltóV\Courier 'V appeared, at ¡the: ;bar> of tm| Ijapreme .Court *ini "answer to an " ex officio "-information," charging him with having, on the 'thirtieth.of July last, published a .sedi-/ tious libel reflecting upon the proceedings of the-Legislative^jjouWil in connection : with the Supreme GoutrtBill and the'reso-;:' :lutions passed by Ahem; reflecting upon5 his Honor Mr. Justice Lutwyche. .!The trial excited considerable attention, and the evidence taken, was very v,oltimnous occu- pying nearly.SeveWnl columns in'the /. Courter.'' Theory retifed for a few iminuteSj firm dieu returned with a verdict oftnotguilly; which.rsas reoeived with loud cheers, that were immediately' suppressed by order -of"tho:v'Judgei!^Immediately, after leaving Ihe'courl; which was densely crowded, vthe ^defendant; ¡was *-, carried- .off in'triumph...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

Clarance" \\û IJicjinonV TUESDAY, .SEPTEMBER loj 1861. . BT-.advwes^recoived from our Sydney, correspondent' wo are happy to find that Miv GLARK IRVING, M.L.A., for the district, has succeeded 'in obtaining from the : Government, an assurance that a sinn of money had already been noted for the Estimates for 1882, for a line of electric telegraph from Tenter- field to Grafton, and that the SECAETAHY I'OH PUBLIC WORKS had also promised that a Slim df money shoilld be set aside "for the survey of á line of tramway between thc above mentioned places j at the samé timö the contract for the first section of works at the Heads may be soon excepted from the Enginecr-in-Chief. If the district can but secure these three things-an open harbour, a tramway, and electric telegraph, its advancement and prosperity is-certain. ' A district so rich as ? the Clarence1 cannot but rapidly progress if the facilities which these improvements shadow forth be carried'.out» ./.-}». ?.«? :<'_' . We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 September 1861

SALES BY AUCTION. CHOWN LANDS' SALES. SALES of CROWN LANDS will be held at 'the-undermentioned, place on the ¡day stated. - ::;| Q R A F TON 'j} AT THE POLICE OFFICE, I ON WEDNESDAY, 2ND OCTOBER. COUNTRY LOTS-County of Clarence. Parish of Woodford: 27 lots (26J to 99¿. acres), on Woodford Island, be- tween Duck Crcekyund thc South Arm of the ClarçA» Rivcy^ying northerly, from Small's JroO/ actus, portions XXII toxi/vii. íft»a|í tf/Clarcnzarä lots (8£.and ll J adfes), on Alipou Creek* adjoining the/east boundary ,of H. Livingstonc'/4£ acres, portions 48 and .49. (Upset price, £1 per acre.) ? ! TOWN LOTS.-County of ^Clarence; Parish of Lawrence : 16 lots:; (I1 rood. 24 perches to 2 roods 20 perches) ' in ; the. town of Lawrence, allotment 2 of i; section 8, 1.of section 10, 10 of sec-/, tionl6, 9 ¿of section 17, 3'' of section*1 18,;vl'to'5;Of section 71J, V to 4 of sec-/ tion72,' 2 'pi 'section 74, 2 and 4 of section 75.'-s(:Upsct'fprice, ¿28¡per acre.)i T-Seci'GovERNsiENT M GXZETTE;...

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