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Diseased Animals. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

DiseasedAnimals At tho local Police Ciurt yesterday boforo Mr. F. B. llnlcs, JM. Senior-Sorgoant Mom, tho looal inapeot-r undor tho Diseases in Animals and Meat Jet, proceodcd agaiust Georgo Hawes, farmei, for disposing of a eancorous boast to Jobi Allon, of Cobargo. Mr. Curtis appoared orbehalf of tho polico and Mr. Bland defoncl 1. Sonior-Scrgeaut Moa produced 1% supple* hi-* appointment 'as id$eotor for tho Bcga district undor tho abotrAct. Tho informa tion as read was correc, and tho defendant ; was the person referrd to. On tho 26th ultimo ho inspected arnob of ootwecn 200 and 300 cattlo on tho Oega-Cobargo road ; tho cattlo woro under -.he charge of J»bn Allon ; rodo through thm end saw a wLito cow branded I.C.C., Wiioh appoared to bo in good condition, wih tho oxcoption of what appeared to bo dooratod canocrs in uio region tu me goniu organ, saw Allon and Rpoko to him abou tho cow and then took possession of her. Brought the matter boforo tho Polico Court -n tho 26th ultimo, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

l.f tho 18806 of the 3rd inst. of our con* temporary, Mr. Hume, who, if the farr*go of iovective, innuendo, «n-l fanfaronade contained therein may ho taken as an indication, is tho victim nf one of the greatest injuries inflicted on man. takes ns to taak for bespattering Aldermen Parsona nnd Henni'ncs with fnlnome pia1f\e for perpetrating an injustice, ft ic not oar intention to delvo into tho mazy doniains of contro versy aod inqatre whether Mr. Uume lus been tlm victim of the grave in justice be so forcibly dilate* upon, hut to refute th^ charije which he raerci h'Hsly levels. against as. We feel sare that if Mr. Hume were to indulge in a little calm Tefleetion and ponder over tho article which he character:^ as bespattering fuWoxue praise he will Bnd thnt we laoded thoso now unfortunate, buiin rAck^ aldermen — Paruons and Henotngc— as being nurn ot the rioht I mettle— -men rwho, when the occasion demanded.it, .'were not afiaid to Racri Gee individual interests in thu performance ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

K KAlK HI2AUTIKULSKIN. surpnoLiNr Soap givia the natural tints jcid pcach-likr B 'oin uf a perfect Complex i mi : wake* ilm Skill nmooth, supple h*«lthr, Tabled, tl I TitnoAT ArrKortoN and lloAn-XMMiN— All aufforing fr'-m irrilation of tho llimaland boarsonc^s will boagroeably surpriued at th« almost immediate rolief nffordtnl by thr a *» of 'Mliown'M Bronchial Trochoa.'*' Tne-te famous 'lnzengst' are nuvr mjta oy a'mopt all rHspt?cfah o ctirinmts wi thia oountry at lb, Ijtl. ,,Ci oux. Punpl.. troubled with a ?? hacking cough,1**1 ali«ht iold,M or brutichinl atF--mou cannot try them too aoon a« nimilnr troubles, if al lowed to prognsa result in hoHoum Pul. monaiy and Awthinutio affontionw. Soethat the worda *'browu'H Bronchial Troches' arc on the Govormucnt Stamparoundouoh box, PrepAi ed by Jori- I. Brown 6: Sons, Boston, U.b. K .ropoan depot, 33 F^^'tigdei* Woad London, Kngland. H) ft 8 A L H QUANTITY of Surplua Furnituro. ^mall Stovo. TWO ALLOTMENTS, Manby's Subdi vision, Won, fro...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. General French is reconnoitring 30 railea east of MiddU-beiy without nitol-' iop with any orjani«ed rcsistnoc». Tbs prisonnrs taken by MajorGen oral Hamilton declare tliat the Boor authorities supplied thorn only with soft-nosed ballets. Commandant Botha, with 3,000 mnn, is' laagered between Uammersfort and Eral. Commandant De-Larey is retiring boforo ivIajor-General Hamilton's march to tbe relief oi Ru&tenhcrg after * a B'uliborn attempt to hold the Mogalies berg range. ? ? Geuoral Downing bos ' occupied Hdrrisumb, thus blocking Commandant Olivlflr's escapo to Drackonsberg. About 11,000 Chinese troops occupy a atrono nosition st Pnit.incr I The American, Sritish and Japanese troops commenced ao advance on Pekin without waiting for the otlibr Powers. _ ? ? Thn execution of Chinese officials at Pekin by General Liping has pro foundedly impressed the officials of tho Central Southern provinces. The Viceroys of the Yangleo Valley rely on the assur...

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

orriCE hoobs. Post Office open from 9in. to 6 p.m, 0D Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Daily delivery. Sunday excepted, by letter carrior within the municipal area j carrier leaves offico at 8 a«m. Telegraph office open Iron 9 a.m to 8 p.m. Sunday excepted. Money Order and Sariogv Bank Offices opan from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily (Sunday copted), and -n Saturday tbe Savings Hank is open from 7 to 8 p m for the re* ceipt of deposits only. Private boxos, fee, one guinea per annum, payable in advauce, may b« obtained on ap plication at oflico, enabling boxholdors to get their mail any day, and at any, hour. Lettor pillar, Newtown eleared at 6 p.m JAS W. MoCUTCHttON. Postmaster.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 8 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tunaday. Tub steamer Damascus bus left Cape town with nixty-seveu men and four officers invalided to their homos in Australia. It is ennaidnrod not uulikoly that a federal fiscal policy will be outlined at n freetrado dinner in Melbourne oo the 6th Septemher. All .u- r ? ? l. ? Ai. UMcaui MICIUglfclTO UlitltB IIBVO been lost, and the polico admit that - they are completely baffled. ' A solicitor's clerk has been arrested at Christchurch, N^w Zealand, on an j alleged charge of inciting a medical | man to murder hia wife. The Victorian Treasurer intends shortly to isftoe £500,000 worth of 3 per cent, debentures. The members of the New Sooth Wal^s contingent for China embArk this afternoon. Lieutenant Gillespie will take command on arrival ot the men at Hongkong. The boundaries of 26 federal elec torates were published to-day. Abori ginal names are used in every instance. Ah far hs possible the mining induntry, whether coal, gold or copper, has been separated f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

ONE GUINEA SUNT TO TIIE ,\K\V SOUTH WALKS OFFICK OF THE LONDON ||yj§| 'TIMES' Socumm lo the sendorof t'mt preliminary ntbacriptiuu n place in tlio distribution of w The Times' Reprint of tho ' ' ENCYCLOPAEDIA B RITA.NNICA . ' ' r Further in «nlhly payment* *-f om gniuoa each until tlio subscriber has pnid sefi'iitecn guinea* in nil, C4»«t»jtlftex the purchase. Thi-* in tlio present prico of llin 2i5 sp'end.M Vo'niiie* of the 'ricisnry of Kuo.vledge,' as tin; **Knoycl ?piuJhv lii-tUiu.*tc ?* 'Viih happily descr hid bv tin? 'Athennontn.' Th-* prows l«y whinb pr. nipt jpplicant* may obtain tho national work tit this oxtinni'ty low piiro is a k tuple oue. ONE. 1 lin ordet form win h appear* at th f»ot of this column should he cut out, or ft similar form obtains t, hy Ap. dying to 'Tlio riiues' (Lomlou) in a written request, «uldre*»fd 1 1 Sydney, w South Wales. TWO. Theonhr f«'tin should bo ley hlv sigi ed in the ppaco indicated for the subscriber's hkwi ure; the xiiliHorii^PK* a i'io s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOR— A. J. DISHER & CO., —THE — mb c&ssf stom, — WHERE - -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. PIRST DISPLAY — Thursday, 7th inst. 1 - ? l j PdLINQ'5 PMN05 7 are far above the many & 7 common place Instruments a T on the market, and MUCH X X CHEAPER. k ft 1 C Sole Agents for y V . STEINWAY I 7 0 BRINSMEAD 2 J 6°0 FEURICH I Z ^ LIPP & SOHN X J GORS & KALLMANN * ' 2 UEBEL - ECKE } j 2 VICTOR * /[V $ | t BELLING & l»yV 3 | I ESTEY ORGANS. 9 £ EVERY- KNOWN jj £ MUSICAL INSTRUMENT £ g STOCKED — *\ A Strings and Fittings, h l W.H. PALING & GO., f V LiniTED, r I 338 GEORGE STREET, I I SYDNEY, . 5 WYANDOTTE FOWLS. PEKIN DUCKS. CBLAVD, at his Fuultry Farm, ? 'Charlcfcville,' Tathra Road, offers for Bale EGGS of tho above at 5s a clutch TIIE PEKINS arf from the best laying stnunn in tho colony, and aro tho tu\rao as took tho prizo at last Bega Show. THE SILVHR-LACED WYANDOTTKS aro specially selected, and aro acknowledged to bo s...

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. Qbenbal Warrou is returning to England after pacifying tbo districts north of Orangs River. General Bullor has occupied Amors foort, Botha's opposition being very half-hoartod. Tlio British casualties numhured 20, including 5 woundod. Commnndant Do Wet orosaed tbe Vaal Rivor into the tho Transvaal on Monday, Lord Kitchener boing in close pursuit. Lord Methuen capturod Do Wet's vanguard on Tuesday. Tbe Dolugoa Bay correspondent of the 'Daily Expross' reports that 300 of tho Australian Bushmen recontly participated in an engagement between Zoeiust and Rustenborg. The British wero badly repulsod with 150 casual ties. Lord Roberts foars that tho Elands River garrison has been capturod by tho Boors after 10 days' resistance. Generals Hamilton and Badou Powell loft Rus?enburg on Tuesday. Tho Italian Miniator at Pokin cables that 700 strangers aro taking refuge in the British Legation. 40 French and Italian sailors nre defending the Roman Catholio Miaaion n...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS- 1 SYDNUY, Kiiday. A MAN nimbd James Kirloy fell into a pot of boiling beor at a LsunceMton (Ths.) brewery and was scalded to death. A report from Proserpin, North Queonshiu I, states that two mon ex changed soveral shots with revolvers, and ono of them, I homos Irovarihan, was shot dead. In the Assembly, Mr. R:id delivered an ablo and lengthy speech against the Industrial Arbitration Bill. Tho debato was further adjourned. Mos.rs, Barton, llickaon, and King slon, passongors by the steamer Ortona, bavo arrived nt Albany. Mr. Batton was interviewed and expressed his satisfaction at the iippointmont of the Earl of Hnpntoun as Governor Gnneral. Ho Biiid that no attempt ; would bo made in England to influence Lord Ilopetoun as regards his choicn of tlm Urot leuurui prmiucr. A boy, aged 8, died at Brisbano from plague. Another case ib reported from Townsville. The latest from Melbourne in regard to tho rnilway accident states tlmt w-t-ift', '.Lpnnon. .Ed ward Hennessey, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

1JIOR SALE AT GAZETTE DEPOT Leisure Hour, back numbers, bound. Suuday at Home, back numbers, bound* at Reduced Prices. School, Law, and CoramcTchl Stationery* Books, Musio. Sowing Machine Needlos and Parts. FLOWER SEEDS. — Violet, Salpiglossm, Vorbena, Astor, Desert Tea, Carnation, Pansy, Nasturtium, Plox, Mignonette, Sweot Pea, Stock (Hroinpton and Ten.week), Bal sam. Marguerite, Convolvulus, Forgetme not, Cornflower, Godetia, Candytuft(crimson) Fronoh Marigold, cto. And a Full Assortment of VEGETABLE SEEDS. WANTHD, by a Middle sged Woman, with a littlo girl, situation as Cook aud Laundress. Thoroughly competent und respectable. — Apply to 'SOUTHERN STAR' OFFICE. ^LBION STORKS IN thanking our oustomors for past sup port, and sol o.ting u continuance of thoir favors for Mossrs Munro, Bull and Coy., our successors, wo bog to notify thnt all Ao counts to July 30, 1900, are payable to us, and that, for convenience, customers may paj* samo at the Albi n Storo on ojir bohalf, and a print...

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Bega Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

Bega Municipal Council. At tho monthly meeting of the Council on Tuesday evening last, thu umistnl hjx.-ctacle of tho Chamber being well attended by rate payers whs witnc.*«ed. Aid'. Manning was the only councillor absent. r~ After tho tninutos had Ixxm confirmed, Aid. Heuuinga^aflkod what /ras the lowest I rate that could bo otwes^ed fln giiXTucipnl pro perty.— Tho Mayor statea that, under sec tion 1G4, they oould asHCna at mno»tenths of a fair averago rental, or it\£ per cent, of capital valuo. AO. Hcnnings also asked if it was tho Council's custom to claiuiva-doposit of £1 from pooplo taking pussetteiou of prem'nos connected with gas. — Tho. .Mayor replied that suoh was tho cuntom, 'and tho umount was held as a guarautco until tho occupier cca*2d ta be a consumor. For soma years th:s had boen instnto l on. — Aid IlenningH said it was not dono in all rases. Aid. IlenningH asked if there was any agreement botween tho Council and the Clerk, tho Mayor replying that thoro was Tlio sam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

TATTERSALL'S MONSTER PRIZE LIST. SPRING HANDICAP, llth August ? oo.ooo «t 5 ADELAIDE GRAND NATIONAL, llth August.. 2S,ooo nt 5 METROPOLITAN STAKES, llth Sept .. .. r, 0,000 nt 5 Do Do Hl'KCIAL .. .. .. .. -10,000 nt. 5 DEMONSTR-VTION HANDICAP, 1st Oct .. *o,a-w ,a 5 CAULFIELD CUP, 20th Oct '.. .. .. 1 oo.ooo nt. 5 Do Do SPECIAL ? 1(1(1,000 lit 5 MELBOURNE CUP, 6th Nov ? ioo,oooiit20 Do Do ? 100,000 nt 5 MELBOURNE CUP, Spccinl ? 100,000 at 5 Aildrcm : TATTERSALL, C/o (iEO. ADAMS, HOBART, TASMANIA. 1 INTENDING VISITORS TO SYDNEY 3eds fr( i i 2^,61 per night, or I pull Board from 33s per week THE GRAN!) CENTRAL, 1&1 CLARENCE-STREET, SYDNEY, FACING GENKIIAL TOST OFFICK. K. A. THOMPSON, Mmmger 'g~ LOOK AT THIS! Season's Tea, 1900-1. \ ^ we^ ^D0WI- ''Golden Tip Cuylon' is gniniug j-opular favourdnily, * ' hoing undoubtedly the best in N.S.W. The quality of this season's Y croP ,B excellent, and a decided Improvement on last season's, and ] have been fortunato in securing some of t...

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

CATHOLIC Sunday, 13th— Candolo, 0. U««a, 11.80 WoilDOiiday, 26th— Boga, 0 Sunday, 19th— llomboka, 11 Sunday, 20th— Boga, 0. OainMo, D.S0 T, HARNETT, P.P.

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Dramatic Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

Dramatio Entertainment. On Wednesday evening 'Withered [.leaves,' tho picco which was so success fully produced a few weeks back, was . ? r Presence uf a |ar„0 nnd appreciative audtonco. mm?; -Bu wetn proBont at tho previous perform anco wero ugain noticed in the hull, and tlio interest of tho audicnce whs sustained throughout. The characters were tho samo as on tho first ocoasion, viz:— Sir Conynrs Conyers (Mr. Bar low\ Lady Conyers (Miss Clara Tnrlinton), Tom Conyers (.Mr. Eosor), Arthur Middleton (rtlr. Martin), Cecil Vane (Mr. Clayo), May Rivers (Miss Martha Cowdroy), Aftor tho production of 'Withored leaves,' tho farce 'Lenve it lo Mo' was liivnn by tho following caste: — Mr. EaBy (Mr. Barlow), Adolphus Courcley (Mr. H. A. Carruthors), Joe Sprouts (Mr. Ensor), Mr. Quince (Mr. Martin), Amelia Easy (Miss Martha Cowdroy), Susan Muggins (Miss Cansdell). The plot is very amusing, opening with h scno in tbo house of Mr. EaRy (a superstitious old gentleman) iu which Susan, the servant...

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Bega Post Office Time Table (Corrected to January 14, 1900.) MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

Ifega ft*ost OfDcc Time Tuhlr {Corrected to Ja utry 11, 1900.) j MAILS ARRIVE FROM I Stdnet, overland, via Cooma and Ucm ' boka, daily, (Sunday excepted) 11.30 p.m. SrnNBT, per Aeamer.Tuesday and Thnr-- day, time uncertain . Braidwo^d, Aralaen, Moray a, Bodalla, Gobargo, Qnaaiua, Brogo, daily Sunday | excepted!, at 7 p.m. Goulborn, Cooma, Nimitybello, Monaro district, Bemboka and Nnmbugga daily, (Sunday oxceptodl 11.30 p.m Tatiika nud Brickyards Receiving Office Tuesday and Thursday, timo uncertain. Ulladulla (via Tathn) Thursday, per sttaner, time unceitaiu. Cancelo, Mogilla, Kainctriika, Kanoonr. daily, at 8.30. p.m. 1'owamba, Tiinbillica, Rocky Hall, Cath cart, Wyndhaui, (vi« Pambttla), Tuesday , Thursday and .Satnrday at S p tn. Edfn, Pambula, Wolumla, nnd Meriui« bula, duily Sandfly excepted at 8 j» nt. Morimbula,viaJo|latJulhtt, Friday at'p.iu WYitniiAX via C'audelo, Sunday aud Wed uesday at 8.80 p.m. i Tanja tNeUou'0), and Wapengae, AVed* I nosday and Saturday, at 6 p.m. Bomd...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

PRESBYTERIAN. Boga, ovory Sunday nt 11 and 7.80 Candolo, tho Pirat Sunday ol onch month at 8 Wolumta, tho 8ocond Snnday of each Month at 8 Kamcruka, the 3rd Sunday in cach month at 8 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday of each Month at 8 Choir Practicoat 8 p.m. ovcry Friday. m.kiukpatuick.r.a.

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'Mid Shot and Shell. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

'jMid Shot and Shell Private AIox. Fulton, who wont over to Africa with tbo second coutiogent of Boga Mountod Rifles, writes as uudor to Mr. H« Duncao, jon., of Yarranuog: — 'LinBdlo, May 18, 1900.— Mr Dear Harry. — I euppono you think I have i forgotton you, as I havoo't written to I you boforo, but my old frionds aro fresh in memory, although I bavo mot otbors. Wo don't find it such an easy matter te writo letters, bocauao wo are uot sure of fivo minutes to ourselves. I often have timo, but tbon I havoo't got the papor, and it is hard to got stamps. We can't oarry too mocb on our borsos, as wo kill ono ovory wook with hard ridiog and disoaso. We havo to do a lot of scouting and flanking, and cover know when our horso will bo shot, and tboo wo would bavo to carry our saddlo, and it wouldo't do to have too much of c load. There aro oftoo cases whero a horpo is shot, and tbo ridor has to loavo ovorytbing, or be takon prisoner. Wo aro driving the Boors aboad of us liko sheep, and it* ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

A Nervous Breakdown. ALL TREATMENTS FAIL, But CLEMENTS TONIC CURES. (bt otra anciAL ntronTEu.) ' I am busy now, hut if you will call In the courio of half*an*hour I shall be pleased to answer any questions on tho ?ubject of my cure.' This was tho answer furnished to our reporter by Mr. J. S. Myers, proprietor of tho Auburn Bakory, Harrow Road, Auburn, near Sydney. Consequently our reporter called again at Mr. Myers* rcsidcnco, and waa ihown into tho drawing-room, where that gentleman shortly afterwards appeared. ' What was tho causc of your illness, asked the reporter!' 11 1 cannot tell yon with certainty,' replied Mr. Myers, 11 hut a^ I come of a particularly healthy and lonudivcd farailv I am inclined to think my illness was the result of an nccidcnt, A Fall from a Horso, wlieu I wna at*»ut 14 yw»rt uf 1 believe, uo little to do with it, as 1 con* Unually suffered from headache afterwards. I waa in the South Sea Islands, too, for somo years, and thu climatic hy no means improved m...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 11 August 1900

WKHLBTAN. First Sunday In each month, Boim u, |Ar gorvlco BembokA, 11. Boga, 7.30 ' Bocond Sunday, Boga, 11 (Communion), and 7.80 (young poopto's gorvico). H o«o, 8 Third Sunday, Boga, 11 and 7.80. Wolumla, 8 Fourth Suuday, Bcga, U and 7.B0. Candvlo, 8 Fifth Sunday (whou oocurring), Bega, il aud 7.80 Wolumla, 8 Wkrx Evkkiwo Ubktixos aho Sxavicta Tuesday, 7th— Wolumla, Mr McPaul'M,7.R0 Thursday, 0th— Brogo. Mr. Cochiano'H, 7.80 Friday, 10th— Boga, Weateyan Reunion, 7410 Monday, 18th— Bcga Band of llopo, 7-110 7 MUOliJa5, -J'ounK luoplu'a aorvicc) Pray«r Mooting Wednesday, 7.80 Choir practico, Friday, 7.30 JOHN SCIIARKIE. A. H. Baumbero. from Sydney, visits t. 6 Begs Di«friot regularly ovory three month* with a gr?nd selection of newest jewolry.*

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