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"ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

'A L M A.' ', AN OniCJINAL AUSTItAMAN .' StOHY BY * . '' ,.';, HAROLD STEPHEN, Esq., M.P. '-' '/? y'* / 01' HEW SOUTH WALES. '- JlX ''' . . (AU Xig7Us Xcaernd.) '''?'-'' CHAPTER XLV.-CCoxtinucd.) 11 WahavB no means ol knowing/ Fifty things may happen. I certainly think that nqt a moment should be lost in reBouing her from his dutches.' - ''I don't believe she would listen to me either,' continued Dart. ' She would not ' 'believe mo before, and what new arguments have I got to advanco ? 1 may swear that Stephen Trcdegar is tho greatest villain un hung, but she will merely emilo.and attribute it to my prejuiice.' 'Surely the fact of his association with Buoh a scoundrel as that Johnson would have some weight with her?' said Bortie, for the first tima taking part in the dis cussion. ' -' Not a bit of it,' replied Dart. He will „, ' just tell her that he has been made a victim _ ?r^' of i and she will pity him, and oling to liim .theoioser.' ' You lorgot,' said Harry, ' that I have - ha...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Murrabit. April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Murrabit; $&ttii 6ii& CAVN1' CORRESPONDENT.) April 5.' ? 6V district is looking very well at present the grass although1 short is' gi'bSVing' well, and water is to he seen everywhere; Wo' have' hud several blowers- during th'e' [bast month; and t!hW weather huff been Very close and duftry a't fames, and tfi under cloiiils tlrAlla tMfllt HAmiAnn ? kiVh 1-. ffi» rtS ft tf\ 11 climax oh the evening of the 2nd inst: Wlfeiv tie Aiin1 K£61m1.Tj- pbu'red1 do'wny d'bout two inches, fulling in a short iihle.- Those farmers that had1 wlleat 8'6'wn.' wili! iWe theft cMpe' up' very e'a'i'ly,' but very few have sown much I^et'.' S6wing will cbinnleiKe in iaViiest sib soon as the fields are dry enough. . All Government work is proverbially Sfow,- a'ntf did s'tfrvey oi fliV Swan Hill railway is: n'b' exception to the r'ule'. It is anticipated that the siujvey ?will ft'S cdu)ple{ejl in aboVft ih'ree months, when1 it is to be. hoped that fenders will' lie called for1 ft's' construc t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Settling. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

,'?:. .THe Settfiiig; ^ The' sftttling took place at Tattersalfe at 9 o'clock last evening, when the foV lowing cheques were handed ever to the undermentioned winners :— ? Mr, Mein, Maiden Plate, £20;- 'and- second in Grand Stand Handicap, ^8; Mr. Morris, Selling: Stack race,- £15. Mr. De Verall, B-R.O. Handicap, £95, first iri Qrand Stand Handicap, £42. Mr. Geo.- Lawrence second in B.R.C. L10 ?; Mr. S.- hardener first' itt Mom bers Plate, 1/12; Mr.- J, Mclntyre, junr., second in member's plate L3, Mr. A. Malcolm first in Scurry L5. Mr. Rutherford^ 1st iii' Squatter's1 Purse, £30; 1st in Barcolet, £10; (also Bracelet and Whip.) Mr.- W. L. Tredren,- 1st in Jumping-' Race, £25. Mr. O. G. McMahon, 2nd in' Jumping' Race, £&, Mr.- T.- Wilkins,- 1st m Novel Selling Rac«V£40.- Mr. Comte,. 1st in Consolation Handicap,. £10. ^ftor the champagne was opened the' chairman Mr. Morpbett proposed the' healths of the three principal winners. Messrs. Mein, Db derail and Ruther ford, in doing...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

' A Terrible Condition. Islington, Fkrn-St. (Nowrastle) N.S.W. April 30. 1880.— Boloro I took Warner's safe cure, I cli-l not sleep or reat during the night-, Tlie pain in my left Bido was vory bad ; ivy oyesight was inipared ; I auffereil beyond deseriptien with what seemed to mo a large, heavy lump in tho pit of my stom ach, which seemed to cause ap almost total blindness. These attauks wonld generally last threo dayB, causing great nervousness, and such c'.epresion of spirits I could not help crying most of tho day, I bad night sweats to such an extent I thought that I was going into consumption. I can now honestly say I am better in every way, and I can recommend it to all who suffer. — MHS, ELIZABETH HANKS. Railroad Men. Bcvwiut,, N.S.W., July 26, 1880— I havo vory great pleasure in bearing testimony to the efficacy of Warner's safe cure. Having sull'ered from an affliction of tne liver and tidnoys, I Found great benefit after some six botles had been taken.— S BENNI3TT, Sta ti...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

, Hollowayjs Ointment ami Pijis.— Debiliate'iJ Oonstit'ntioiJ3?'Wheu cli'm'ata age, or'h'ij'dsbips^'uave' unde'runn'e'd'the' health', 'skin diss^se's are prone to .arisj ami augment1 the' existing' -weakness.' Holloway's me'dicants daily prove most; servicBaule oven ' under' .the nibst uhlo ;ward circijmBla'n'c'es. ; , This well-known and highly-e'ate'enied iVngue'nt p'ossesses the ' jfinfesti' , balsamic' virtues, ' which1 soothe ami! heal without' inflaniintf or' irritating the most,tenderskin oVm'bsfi' aaiisifcivQ sore.' Holloway's Ointnieni' and Pills (are infallible for curing ,bai legs; _ varicose^ veins,' Hwelled ankles; erysipelas,' s'caly skin, and every variety of skin .disease. Over all these ilia. orders' Holloway's remedieo exert a quick and favourable action,' and where cure is possible, gradually but certainly; ''?rive^at th,(t consummation.' They are^ invaiuabfe in tlio cure' of tcrofula and sciirvy. ?rhkPify ^ $$® EtTCALt Pit ££' UIAG1. Ii) jirotection of the werrd ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Cultivation of the Mallee Scrub Land. No. II (SYDNEY MAIL REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Cultivation of the Mallee Scrub Land, No. II (Sydney Mail Reporter.) My first visit to Mr. Hillerniann's farm wns, for many reasons, a brief one, and I bad -barely lime to piofc up the information contained in it former ar ticle under the above hending. Think ing, therefore, that something- further ?wiis to be obtained concerning the tnnl leey n»1 a gnod buggy and pair having neon placed 'at my disposal by Mrs IlnrphjY the obliging hostess of the ISilrannld Hotel, I formed one of n pleasant party who were nil anxious to ???.':' visit:Mr.' Hillermanirs farm. Iii 'tbe course 'of . conversation with Mr. Hillermtinn, I learned that it is only the red and clioeolute soil of tli? mallee that will repay tho- expense of clearing and . culliviuion. I' this de scription of soil there is a good mixture of sand, which assistant to stand regular ... cultivation,, but; no strength whatever '♦?' exists in- tlie while or gray loam on .;.... . which the thick, senxggy, widespread . nig malice grows....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Murray and the Mallee. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

?the' Murray and the Malie'e. (Br'THiT Australasian REFOHTEity The rabbiter is a species 6i bushman1 ^Tiich has bren developed by the war df extermination waged against the maliee pests. ? He knotty all about' ra6- liits, can set u.trap,'and'is as expert as' atlred Indian :in the art of taking off a' sie'alp',' while he is as much at home in the'rfiallee as a 'politician' 'is at a mass Greeting. He is ofteli a bachelor, ? but there are rabbiters' huts which ar'e riot tbo lonely for wives to live in: Indeed, joss oi general society seems to oe maae u'p-'to 'them byj an extra'Wum'beV o* chil dren, and the children do not seem to ' l^eed company to' make them ' healthy. ? Th!e rabbltevs 'wlfo' work 'ori'£he stktions ' slo'ngthe Murray ,-oVi the New South' Wales side, -sometimes live', it' cbVered Wo'dtSj'and these ' floating homes/- -with' babiJes-;creepingabotrt on- the' deck; from ' onfe of 'the; sights of'Wentworth.'Com plaitilts-Sve^B:'beingrm'ade at!the time of' oflr-jourrieyJ tfh...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Savage Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

The Savage Club. The Savage Club, writes an Ameri can writer, introduces us to the true literary life of London — us contrasted with the solemnly superficial and the daintily superficial at the West End Clubs, Its very locution is significant. It fronts the quiet eliurcliyard of Siivoy Chapel Roynl, just a step off the busi est part of the S'triind. Ah, Unit CTi.......l f C9fc......* —C T I ? ._ .1 Ty otrituu t fOLiceb ui uuniiKon unil i-os- well, of Fielding, Dick Steele, Gold smith Gay, and the other shades of good fellows. Alone n£ all the thorough fares of overgrown London it keeps its character: — still noisy, mongrel, joyous, dirtyr erowdedr, laughing,, throogh its rags,, singing over its cupsr tossing its money with both hands to beggars and barmaids — as it was when Sterne and Hogarth knew it. To me,, as to long generations of- writers before mer there ia no other highway in Christendom where life vims at so full a tide, where humanity makes its lights and shadows into pictu...

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humor. Bill Nye. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Ifoumor. Bill Nye. ' _ . Elisha B. Wherry, Battlo Brook, writes as ' follows: ^ . ' I am hardly . 27 years old, and yet I am - nlmost entirely bald. I havo recently road in tbo Popular Setenco Monthly that bald ness is very largely on tho increase, and that by actual count fully 30 per cent, of the men, even at a concert or tragedy, aro moro or less , ' ? bald. This number ia largely increased, it is . said, when the play gets morodash andBpirit ' in it, nnd tho leading lady throws aside all resorve. . , ' Tho Popular Seicnco Monthh/ says that j ?' by actual count there were present at Trinity Church, Boston, recently, 243 men, ? of whom 71 were actually bald and 40 with ' strong indications of baldness; King's Chapel, 8ii men, of whom, 30 were actually and hopelessly bald, and 14 on probation*; ?Ilollis-street Theatre orchestra, 1 Mikado* performance, 03 men— 27 badly bald and 10 who thought they qonld still bo bald or let ' iL alone ; Boston Theatre, Judic, 126 men, of whom 51 wer...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Miscellaneous. A Sen Dialogue. CABIN PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

, Miscellaneous. A Sea Dialogue. ' CABIN PASSENGER* Friond, you seem thoughtful. I not wonder | much That ho who sails tho ocean should be sad. Inm myself roflectivc. When I think Of all this wallowing beast, the Sea has sucked Between his sharp, thin lips, tho wedgy waves, What hcap3 of diamonds, rubies, emeralds, ncm-Ifi .- What piles cf shekels, talants, ducats, crowns, What bales of Tyrian mantles, Indian shawls, Of laces that have blanked tbo weaver's eyes, Of silken tissues, wrought by worm and man, The half-starved workman, nnd tho well-fed worm ; What marbles, bronzes, pictures, parchments, books ; What many-lobuleil, thought-engendering braius ; Lie with tho gaping sea-shells in bis maw — I, too am silent ; for all language seems A mockery, and the speech ot.man is vain. 0 mariner, wo look upon the waves Aud they rebuke our babbling. I'eace 1' they say — 'Mortal, bo still 1' My noisy tongue is hushed, And with my trembling finger on my lips My soul exclaims in cestaoy — man...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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One Sided Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Onp Sided Adviec, 'Now just listen to this!' cried Mrs, Bright, looking up from hor paper with ovidont vexation. ' I deolaro, such non aonse makes mo indignant : ' While man is naturally a somowhat slovenly oreaturo, ho cannot bear tho trait in women, anil least of all in his own wifo : sho can, thoro fore, novel' bo too tidy for him in her personal appearanco, in tho preparation and serving of her meals, or in tho ar rangement of their slooping apartments.' Aa if it woro quito allowable for mau to bo untidy, and woman's placo to bo his waiting maid. Now I think a husband who adds to his wife's burdens by sloven liness anil untidy ways, should bo mado to wait upon himself ; for that matter, it wouldn't hurt him to wait upon her occasionally. I beliovo in equalizing things, and somo day I'm going to ruBii into print with a whole budget of advieo for men, as follows : ' Wliilo ivoman is naturally a pleasure-loving creature, sho cannot bear that trait in man, least of all in hor own hu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Taken Unawares. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Taken Unawares. One of the tests of good nature as well as hospitality is to tako people unawares near meal time. In tiie old times when guest3 woro fewer, and travelling moro rare, tho visitor was a god-send, whoso ad vent was wolcomod and stay prolonged. Perhaps it is not to bo expeetcd that hos pitality should remain the samo under new social conditions, nor indeed is it possible, for pcoplo as a rulo, that is, well Ined people, rarely visit without boing invited ; but thoro aro occasions, when by accident or cirouinstance, without deliberate inten tion or malice aforethought, tlio necessity of extending an invitation or accopting ono is forced upon an individual, and he or sho sits down to' ' pot-lnok.' If tho spirit of kindnes, cheerfulness and willing ness presides at tlio board, it truly matters vory little what elso thoro is on it, for ' pot-luok ' means any kind of luck, good, bad or indifl'oront, and only neods a wol come.to be tlio- best luck in tho world, whether tho din...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. A Brave Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

UnMes' Column. A Brave Lady. A friend of tho writer onco had tho good fortune to travel from Brussels to Paris with a young Irish officor and his wifo, an Antwerp lady of only sixteon, of great beaut}', and much innocenco and )\aiccte of manners. Tho officer lirfd booh in tho battlo of Quatro-Bras, as woll as of Water loo ; and to him our-friend was indobtod for most interesting information, imparted to us m our boyhood. An anocdoto of his fair Belgian, which this oflicor justly took somo pi'ido in relat ing, will furthor servo to givo an idea of tho kind of scenes tlion occurring, tho horrors and tho dangers of which it is so difficult to proporly desoribo. IIo was living in cantonments at Nivcllcs, having his wifo with him. Tlio unexpected advanco of tho Fronch troops called him otl' on a momenta notico to Quartro-Brns ? but ho loft, with his wifo, his servant, one liorso, and tho family baggage, which was packed upon a largo ass. Retreat at tho timo was not antici pated; but bein...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald.. *?— -O^- '-*** . ?Riverina- Recorder Oflipbj. ? ? : ? - .- ?. .- » - . -TuosdayvEveiiing: Last week was all that could be desired fcun tHe ootintry; Oh Wednesday rainibegan ^allingicontinunlly/at intervals until Thurs diy afternoon, the remaining days of. the week boing rather cold, but bracing;' Re ports from all round these disbriots ' are- of the- most- favourable character,, feed- was never, morotplentiful and water in abundant. Hie following aro the roports-. to hand Balranald (wook),- 123- points Button,. 75 ; Wentworth, 04-.; Potmcarie, 50-; Menindio, 20 ;:ITvanhoe,-. 24; Booligal,. 7.7.;. Hay, 66,;. Moularnein,. DI5-; Swan Hill, 67;. Riykrs-.— - Wagga; 8ft ; Cruridagfti;. 6ft ;; Hay,, oft Balranald, 12ft 4in ; Wilcamiia, 32ft Gin ; Meniudio,. 26ft 2in ;, l'uonoarie, 23ft.3in j\Ventwortlir 12fti7in-; Wahgunyah, 4ft 9in ; iCchuca, . 10ft Sin ;. Swan Hill, 6ft 9in ;.Euston,'7ft 7in ; Allmry, 2ft 9iti. The press* of Great Britain and Ireland aowoonuts 2,135...

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health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

'Iftealtl). Ill tlie Sick-Boom. — Quietude is a good tiling, of course ; but any appearance of my stery, or conspiracy for tho good of tho patient, excites him, nnd must bo avoided. Do not whisper and never say 'Hushl' When you -enter tbo room, do so honestly and at oucb ; do not spend five minutes in turning the handle, like a housebreaker, thereby producing a scries of irritating littlo clicks, finally terminating in a big snap, with which the door flies open. If the latch be nt nil rnsfcv. a ImnrlM wound back in this way will often stick, nnd either require to bo rattled back into posi tion, or, if left as it is, may start back sud denly, aftor a time, of its own accord with a report liko a pistol shot. It is always well to recollect that it by no means follows tliat'a sick person is asleep because biseyesaroshut, he may be acutely conscious of all thatis pass ing in tho room, though unable or unwilling to make any sign ; nothing can bo moro mad dening under such circumstances, t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Im our report of the meeting of the local . Municipal , Council, held last Friday, there are a number of most satisfactory announcements made such as tlie ' proposed early construction of tanks , on the back country road into Balranald, and the tank most required, wo refer to the' oho at Dowdicans — is to bo gone on with at once. Tho fact of tho crane being erected on the new wharf is one of those things that no paternal Government could in nny way refuse as a grant, as the wharf without the crane, would only be fitted for tho erection of battling sheds, and diving spring-boards* 'not in any way whatever available for the purposes it was constructed. We aro glad to notice that through ther instrumen tality of our members tho amount of L74- which must have lapsed — like a I great many other forgotten subsidies — ; into the consolidated revenue; has a^ain ! been rep accd oi» tho estimates. With this? amount carefully spent trees . with life can bo planted- in place of ; those now dead...

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Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

?{Traveller.. The Arab Horse and Donkey,— Tlio Arab looks very well on horseback, though lie might not altogether suit tbo tasto ot the shires. His saddle is generally red, peaked before and behind, and placed upon several colored felt saddlecloths. Tbe stirrup broadens out so as to give a wide space for the foot to rest on ; it is pointed at tho corneis, thereby enabling tho rider to tear tlio liorso's ribs oven without tlio aid of a pointed stick or stool spear-like spur which he often pushes in between bis slipper aud the stirrun sido. Tlie Aiab soldier, with bis white burnous fluttering behind biin, his high red saddle aud saddlecloths, bis knees high and body bent forward, with' bis long silver-mounted gun flourishing in tho air, looks, as ho gal lops forward in a oloud of dust, the vory em bodiment of the picturesque, exultant war spirit of past ages, not sobered down by scientific formulas for murder, but free to to carry out his own bloodthirsty purposes with ns much swagger...

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LOCAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

L^CAgj. NEWS'; ? QtrXTvTER Sessions — The Mayor, (Alder 'tnan Close) has i-eeeivcd- from- Mr;. Wilkin son, M.P., the pleasing intelligence, that tlie : Minister for Justico has decided to establish rn this town; a* cosrt of Quarter Sessions; Tho first court will be held next November; tliat-heing, tho- earliest date for which ar .rangementsfcan! be made:. This- concession! is a happy one, aud shows that nothing is to-1 bo gained unless agitated for,, nnd kent pro; . miiiently before our public inen:. The depu tation! that waitedi rni His- Honor;. Judge Backhouse must have Brought, conclusively todiisiHonor's mind1, tliafctho want now eon - ceedodlwasianiurcont one,-, ami. v»s have; do doubt but, the District Judge; was fully' im* pressed; with: tho vicwsi of tlio- deputation that waited'on hiimduring-his last visit to Balranald.. Thanks- aro tvleo- duo to' the members-for tho electorate' for theiir care 'careful attention: to the district's-wnnts;. We' aro glad to clironiclo that ou...

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Sketcher Chinese Pirates. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Shetcbev Chinese Pirates. 'Piracy, I'soe, according to accounts, is still to tho foro in China,' said an ox oilicor of tlio British army, who is tem porarily residing in San Francisco. 'A foiv years ago when I ivns in China, tho English gunboats used to bo protty busy chasing and destroying theso piratical junks. Tho junks when pursued inado for tlio land, and thoir crews abandoned thom for tho hills, whoro tlioy would keep up a constant lire on tlio landing parties. ' Tho coast of tlio mainland of China, ns also that of tho island of Thorking, is indented with innumorablo sheltered bays, containing (ishing villages, tho in habitants being moro pirates than fisher men. Tlio junks carried a number of guns, of an obsolete pattern, mounted on low, wooden carriages. T.hovjunks wero un provided jyith portholes, and tlio gimsworo lirod ovov tlio bulwarks, which aro low. Theso, with spears, swords and stinkpots, formed thoir armament. Theso stinkpots are a kind of Greek lire. On attacking ...

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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

TEkEURik#1 Sydney;. April f£P. \ The' amount of 'now assurances effected last. year by the Australian -Mutual Provi dent Society, ;was L3, 593, 324.'' ! Lord Aberdeen visited the* town hall yesterday, anil laid tho first final atone' of the Centennial .'Sail, . Mr, Purves,- late member- fo^tl'ic ClarenebV was banquetted .last night at the Parlia mentary Refreshment Roomsi ' : : . . H.M.S. Tyne, with roliof ctbWs for tho Australian station, arrived at Albany.- She brings a quantity of warlike stores. At a meeting of Messrs. Barker' and: James's creditors, the eatato ehowed the liabilities to bo £28,842 ;-assetp,- subject to' realisation, £23; 385. Pending- the returns of Mr. Jamos's business- to- bo- carried on under a committee. . , The Rev. T. J.- Curtis, Prosbyterinf mftlitr ter, received Inst night an address and a, purse of sovereigns prior to liis departure for America on a tour. Sfrs. Curtis was; presented with a gold bracelet.-; Judge Backhouse ruled yesterday' that a' bailif...

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