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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 16th September, 1857. Present—The Chairman, Councillors Stewart, Verdon, Langhorne, Jones, and Moxham. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

- illiamstown -Municipal? ounoil. : 1ednesday, 16th Septcmber, 1857. Present-The: Chairman, Councillors Stewart, Verdon,' anghborne, Jones, and! Moxham. The mii?ut'es of -tli previouis iueeting were ..utand1confdimed. ,.-- - Letters, addressed to the Chairman, were read as follows :-1.- From the Town Clerk of the Municipal Council of Sandhurst; 'acknow ledging, the ?receipt of a ci·rcdlar from this Council relative to the case of Hall v the Wil liiistown JMunicipal Council ; 2. 'From 'the Town Clerk'of Carisbiok,' on the same sub ject:; 3 :From?nhe Chiu;inan of the M'unicipal, Council.of. Prahran, on the same subject; 4.! Fromin the 'on. the Commissioner. of Public Lands and :Works, in .reply; stating that as the racecourse forMelbourne is almost as near to,: and.- much" more easily to -be approached from Williamstown than the ground proposed by this Codncil,'i it wis not':considered: advi .visable to accede to the application that hai been made; 5. From the Postmanter-General,: Mel...

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WHARF ACCOMMODATION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

W1HARF ACCOII1IODATION. [:To the Editor of the WrLLa.usTow-s CnnoNiCL.1] Sin At a~ Meeting of the Chaniber of Commerce. reporte t in the Arguns othe 2nd instant, Mr. B3owden submitted a paper;. which was read before the meet Ing ivgridine the niecbsit~ fo' dbocks siatal'Melldurne, and deepenitig the Yaria r cnitti~iga canalfrom the Bay to the docks, both:*of which: he seems to think necessary; ,.Mr. Bowden's 'eanal'scheme appears lo meto be so preposterous ind unfeasible; and-his argu ments-soweak; erroneou;a'nnd decisively in-tavour of 'Villiamstoiwn;' I ai' iinduced" to? trouble you with a few lines on the'subject MIr. Bowden .ets out with the necessiti for lessen ing the. constof dischlrgingand oadling ships, and .strengthens 'thisby the.statement, that advancement has always been consequent on the facility given to' the extension of commerce, while decay has insvarihaly followed restrictions aind the waiti of suicliextension, anid thiatas eeiry chrge orn imports id exports that ...

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

S)Daust .AND DIsonnaoRr .-- On- Thursday, ilts 10th inst.,-Thlomas Iilliams, described as contrac tor, and Thomas Watson, a fisherman, were charged with' fghtiig in the public streets. Williams, who appeared to be the-chief offender, was fined ten shillings; -and 'Watson was admounihed and dis charge.l.-Thonnas WValhu a farmer, was charged'at thes Coart, on Friday-last, befori?ile-srs. i'aseo, Mason,:and Verdton, with being drunk and disordetly in'-th"i street-s of -Willi.itistowo; and "was: fiued' en "thilliangs.On Mlonday last, 'Robert Er=est, charged with beintig ,drunk iand- malking-, use - of, bscene laigunge in the piublic streeets/,was fined ten shillings. or in default df pyment.' totwentyfour-hourseimpri nouient.. -ames Jeordtanian old offender, was ehar?. ed with being drunk in:thi streets; and was sentenced to fourteen days imnlirisbn~ient' with hard labour. On tho:sanme day, :Thomai Fra?"iawaw charged with a similar effence, and was. fined, fire. shillings; or in default...

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MYSTERIOUS MURDER OF TWO CHINAMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

M~?sTE?rous MuDER OF TWO CGit s.-cCOn siderable senosation was icaused on Sunda?.forenbon bythe r?umior that-hebodies ofto two Chinamed ; ap jareitly murdered, had been found on the Chinese Camp, Camphbill Creek, nearly opposite to Castle maine: a Inquiry proved the triithf fthis rumor, bit lias not yet discovered any/clueio'the mystery. The facts known are ties -e Abod t 'telve o'clock on Saturday night the body of a Chih miant was fund lying near thel~ oor of his tent; the head being neprly severedfrom the body., Theinjuries had beeninflicted from behind witll-some sharp instrument, iad in;the dark apparently, for. the ear.was cut"aciross severial .times. .,The deceased was lying on his face about two yards fiom his tent, and there the murder ?hnist have been committed, for there, oi quite a ~pol of- blood at the spot. Messengers were ldespatched to ChiL Iuk, the Chinese Missionary, who wi~s called out of-bed about one o clock oit Sundayi'mirnizig, but'idfised.to. go to the place,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

ALL persons .having Bois or Luggage' Stored' S with the undersiged are informed that inless the same he claimed, unitd tre rent paid p;within fourteen days from this date, they'will besold by S.-public auction-?c;' -- " e'a?c s STUART. l' illiamsntoin, 4th Sept., 1857 40 Wines, Spirits,- Bottled Ale, &c. THOS.:DUDLEY B EGS -most respectfu lly to inform the Public of l Ne I vtbilthat he inteu'ds to sell by the Single iottle, at wholesale p?rice?, fodrthnrccommodation of irirate Families whuo do not 'ri?uire larger quantities. Th'e fllowi"g isa Lis if rr i - Excellent Port and' Slieiy', S? ' d per bottle.: Siifne, Hock, Claret, andi -Chanipagne, at equallyLLos Prices.' - S p i r i t s : ' .. . . ' . Best JatmsicslRum; 3..d perl bottle. , o. Martell's.Brapnd; : d s. do. Scotch an?i Iiish" Wh.'iskey, ;5s. do. ? " Schiedaini'and Old Tom;of the 'lest brands. ; Al':es'and Portei.` b. i :.c.brhiterhd's XXX'otitcr aii'dIBasa u?l's3 IBirton; Colonial'Ale orPorter; i.s ir Quart. " ottl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

GE.LONG and WILLIA1VSTOWN RAILWAY. ; lu;iicipal Cou.ncil Chambers' Williamstown, Mncp " .+' September 18th, 1857. :lHE: First Train, with passengers through from -' Geco L Gcelong to 'Gellibrand's Point; will leave Gee :Jog at ?leveni a.m., arriving at Williamstown at Snillm-p'st Twelve.' li.m, on Monday next. the 21st .insti:" It is hoped that a'large meeting of the inhabi ''tants will take place on this important occasion to S-welcome its arrival. THOS. MASON, J.P., Chairman M1.C. SKPMUtnicipality of Wlliamstown. - Notice. k-LL PERSONS intending to purchase land in ..'this Municipality, are requested to ascertain wh"ether any rates remain unpaid upon the same, as th parties so pirchasing are liable for the whole of the rates that may have accumulated thereon, ac cording to the 18 Vic., No 15, Sec. 32, By order, Fanes Tv ravTAsey ovn Clerk. `Municipility of Wllliamstown. + fTI1ENDERS. The Municipal Council invite parties w .,willingtoi?idertake the undermentionedworks, to Tender fo...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

O'.E WHO rrISHES TO SEE VIcrd?R PROSPE.-- Your letter is unavoidablypostpooned till next week. Communications from STiGGLBe and a half-a-dozen others,in-reply to the artield' doi "Recreation" wbhich alleared.in. our:last/ are;declined. We can see nb'good likely to result from a continuation of this: controversy, and shall feel, obliged,if our correspondents.vill select.some other topic.

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GEELONG AND MELBOURNE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

GEELONG AND MELBOURNE   RAILWAY.   UNFORTUNATE from the first starting, this Company seems likely by the frequent recur- rence of accidents, to obtain as unenviable a notoriety as that which, for many years, at- tached to the Eastern Counties line, in Eng- land. A fear perhaps wholesome, and certainly warranted by past experience, is beginning to spread respecting the dangerous risks incurred by Railway trip from Melbourne to Geelong and such a feeling cannot fail to operate most prejudicially to the interests of the Company and the credit of the management.   S ual' l i unfortinate, if cuflpabiliy deserves such a modified expression, has the; Company proved in --its -legal-. dit I th Greenwich affuir they.- vere::beaten; ;by havig ? abusd thed lict nce . hich was ex ienided, to thm as an,: ecominp atpin.' ; In the ;Geelong level crossing, te C2ompany recklesslyexeeded and idefiedLthe plain pro visions of the Act of Incorporationi, and pro ceed...

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LEVEL CROSSINGS OF RAILWAYS. To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 19 September 1857

LEVEL CROSSINGS OF RAILWAYS. To the Editor of the WILLAMSTOWN CHRONICLE. Sir,-In your leading article; in last Saturday's issue, on the "Geelong Railway Act Amendment Bill,"'the second reading of which, in the Legislhtive Assembly,was negatived a few days before, you say, "' We are well-pleased that the Bill was lost, in so far as it amounts to an authoritative expression of opinion against level crossings.' " Authoritative expressiion of opinion," if you mean the opinion of gentlemen who have the " authority'" to negative, that or any other Act"which' may be laid before them, you are   quite right in saying it is,'an authoritative expression of opinion;' but if you mean to represent that is the opinion of gentlemen 'wlho, from their pacticil acquaintance with the subject of-Railway Construc tion and Maniagement, are capablegf forming a correct judgment thereon, in all itis bearings, and who, fromt thatcircumstance;areentitlcd togive "an anithoritntive opinion"in'tle ma...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Wednesday, 23rd September, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

,WillmstownM n micipal Council. w edniiesda "23raSeptember-;: 1l85-r' .ýPresent-:lie Chliairinann ; Cohncillors Stewvrt, '--,Verdon Fyfc Green; Jones o and Mo.haim The minutes of- thelpre ious meeting were read anidcan e ? . - Letters, addressed "to the Chairman, 'iere read as follo:cs' i--ro 7 mthe Chlirman of -'the MunicipalCouncil of Belf'ast, acknowledg in inte receijpt of a circular from thilis Council, relative to the late -decision-in tie ca-se offHall :er 'Te lieMnicipal Councilifof Willianiston i iFoftlheiioaie I C GrI f tihe Municipal :`Council ot?W arrnambool; on thesame subject; 3 .rdo?in the Tow:n Clerk of .thb '-Munimiial -Council -of-Marvboroaigli; ond tlhe s?s'ie sub sect,: 4 :Fromi thle oanClerl of {ilihe Muni cipil:Counn1Bcil'of 3Bllarat 'East, on the same ?iubject-; 5. - From the Towli . Clierk of' lie ~1iuuicip al Council of, Emerald -hiill, on the, - samelsub ect aid tendering the conoratiulatin odftliat Council at tli?resilt of. this case. ' ýie.Pblic,3Works Co...

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STANZAS COMPOSED IN THE WILLIAMS TOWN GRAVEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

SA.>NZt S COMPOSED IN TlHE WILLTAl S= TOWNT GR1AVEYARD. Since this bleak world is but a ale of tar?s, iAnd iif's.brighthopes in disappointment?end, How I foulish 'ti to wish for length of yeur:e, When drooping age to pain and icla ess tends, Anld with lifes ills morgloomy horrors blena?s Siiove ito wander mind thase i;-Fiisig i~nodnde, The nothingnes oflifhtlietey irclhtd in me, He roFancy soars beyond terrcstrial botinds, And from vil??grrosling carnal tramiimels` free It wanders to i.rsst eternity: O how supremel. ci plysie-th lot of him o lnumwho s ni Ian earlygrave, Ere worl?dly hd°ilk hpr b bt? bow' ... h Ilst oupier hos youthful biso m to deprave, Or stami' liim as fool, repjroblai[or knave: September, 1857 J. Wr

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Original Correspondence. [THE CEMETERY. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

r. THE CEMETERY.. [To tire Editor o0 thre V mI, uisT ow' Cnno'xioE.] .SsniOn-alm ost-every occasion of oy-:visiting the "Cemetery, at'Gellibrand's Point, I have found well dressed men, women, and children takinig thierfr?ih large bunches of flowers. 2.' P l? ?etitl:it ti hint will"be sufficient to put a stopto such di sgmac ful conduct. If not, I shall forward to ouifor pub= lication the names pf the individ~tls so occupied: i Yours, &c. O'E, O- OF THye??.luVED.

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Williamstown Post-office. TABLE OF ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF INLAND MAILS FOR 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

Williamstown Post-office. ' TiABL` or ARRRV ALs AND DEFARTURES OF INLAND MAILS FOR 1857. To Arrive from Time. fMelbourne..................Dailyat 9a.m.and29 p.n" Ballarat (and line of route). ,, 2 p. m. Castlemaine, Sandhurst, , and hfaryborough (do.)j " Geelong (do.) . .... . Beeclaoth (do.).......Mon. Wed. Fri. 2 p.m. Belfast (do.).........Mon. and'Fri." , Heatheote (do.) .. .... on. and Thur. ,,. Portland (do.)............ Mo. and 'Frr. , Closes for Time. M3elbourne............... Dailyatland5p.m. lBallarat (and line of route). ,, 1#ip.m. Castlemaine, Sandhurst, and.Maryborough (do.)! . Geelong (do.)........... ,, 5 p.m. Beechwortl (do.) ....,.,..Tues, Thur. Sat. 11, p.m, Belfast (do.) ...........o?,on. and Wed. 5 p.m: Heathcote.(do.) . o........Mon. and Thur. l p.mm Portland(do.) ..........Wed. and Fri. 5 p.m. For demartire of Ship?Mails; see List exhibited at the Post Office. i RICHARD PIPER, Postmaster., ' IPrnted and publised by the ropreieter. Johs' ninette ' Stepehes, at th...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

To Correspondenits. No' communication henceforth trill be inserted unless authenticated by the nanie and address of the swriter. Correspondents are requested to write on one side of the paper only. TnE REV.: Mn~i MEDLAXD.- We have received a com-' Smunication from the Rev .'Mr MJlcdlad with refer-; ence to the letters which appeared in the Chronicle! of- the 5th init.. rin reply to " Conummnnicated." VWhile Mr Jledland expresses his satisfaction that. Sthose' replies were made, 1le gives the nost distinct and ung?alijed denial of: the" authorship of these letters, nor has he any idea who wtrote either of them " .

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Williamstown Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

Di vs-awn DisoiiE)i.-ii:-C)rdiorday last, .ohn : e' rpaoldredm a 1 ,- pas d t this-Court, chnlwad: bnitl bin' dltuik in, the Btrcttt of W!illioniston on' 1 :; ·preons hrS a y',nandwasflted fiv shi logo . Onfliefollownig day, Job Bw? asltyne, a ]iabourer, w--as charged wt?s drunkeninss, aniyle ,andmlow Ied and discharged.-_.Edoo-rd Grisb2. a g?rdiner, was >charged onri the'saime'i dai3 ithil? Geing di'usnk.anmd creating a disturbance at thebouseof'i i iiiisnll-njilland :asnultxig. Mis Hall, " 'he prilon erndmittid Ithe cha;ge..but;in extenuationof- iisoeffeiea, said that :ltrs.IHall had interfered with him while lie Waas in a stale of excitement. The Court fi?drl tse risoner fir;y hillingss r, in ?letiult oft "g-inrist. to fourteen dshr la Iabou.i Also, onr the seidneday, Jphn Pei-. a' laiboiurer,:for?: eing duniik, cias .olmonished -iid ýidisrShadi:sl_ -S d I'Sidutolssloot there ire si c-iss'oeifdrinkiaii sr; whicih w aire dnppsid of is fol lows- Jo7ii?n'oieni a -5einoa i obi dg,...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

OPENING OF THE WILLIAMSTOWN RAILWAY.— Last   Monday, the day appointed for the opening of this line of railway, we witnessed a lively scene at Gelli- brand's Point. About five or six hundred people responded to the call which had been made by the Chairman of our Municipal Council to the inhabi- tants to assemble on this occasion to witness the arrival of the first train at Williamstown. About twelve o'clock the railway wharf and the platform at the terminus were taken possession of by a crowd of well-dressed ladies and gentlemen, who appeared to be well pleased with the advancement which had been made with the works. Shortly afterwards the Wil- liamstown Division of the Marine Artillery Company, commanded by Capt. Verdon, arrived and took up a position upon the battery, where they performed certain military evolutions in a very creditable man- ner, much to the gratification of the spectators. The time had how arrived when the approach of the train was anxiously looked f...

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RESOLUTIONS OF THE MELBOURNE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON THE SUBJECT OF CREATING A RIVER AND HARBOUR TRUST, AS THEY ARE WORDED AND AS THEY OUGHT TO HAVE BEEN WORDED. To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

RESOLUTIONS OF THE 315IELBOURnE1 C" HAiMBEIt OFr COlMMERCE oN -'IIE i SUI.JECT.OF4 CREATING' A RIVER AD iHARBouOUR TRUST, ?AS THEY AtlE '--WOR)DEr ANb =AS THEY OUGHT TO HAVE BEEN WORDEDl: . :: To tlhe Editor of. ,tc \i.r.LA vsTo. . C'"nor .. C..? Srn,-Having seen the resolutions in the left h??iml column of the nbovie in the Argus of. this day it cc curred to' ne thi:t it would tend greatly' t tthe edify ing of your renders .nd til',ublic, gegerally,"if tiy were ilivested ofttliir false colouring. nd a true Ter sion of the mattefrgiven, tor ,Which purpose I have placed in juxta position the resolutions contained in the r'ilig hatil column, leaving 3your readers 'and the said public to determine which is the true .version. I am, Ier. Editor, Squrpoedtnt setvant. 'i. i nWS ?ES To.n SE 'IC TOR i rnoSPErn. Victoria; Sepienibler 14t,15.l ', As 7Tey Arc. *t 1st. That this Cllamber deems it necessary to the' trade and commerce of Melbourne and 'to tle in terests of tle colony.gene rally, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

...resh Arrivals of£ Spring and Summer Goods, now landing. )EGS to announoce to his customers and to the S inhbithants of ,Villisastown generally, that he . nas just'receiyed a'fresh upply of New and peasonablq' goods, .- .. Consisting of' , T lama and Tissue Barhge Shawls SSummer Cloths, Silk-and'Velvef Mantles , French Glace Silks in New Styles& Light Shades 'Washing Silks, 35s. the dress Ladies' Dresses in Chalie and Double Berhge Choice Assortmient of Light Muslins' of the Newest and most Elegant Designs Children's Chalie Dresse d,'Peliose in great variety F- , Feathers, .Flowers, Lace and Trimmed bon?ets, 'an. &c. The above will bh sold at the Lowest, MEL.BOURNE PRICES. B. CULLEY 1 MPORTER and General Outfitter, begs to invise '1,. the attention of his Customers to his Extusive. Stock of Wool-dyid, Black and BlueiC!loths, Cassi-' meres. Doe-l ins, Tweeds c., &c. .': An 'early call isrespectfully solicited, when the arous styles and fabrics to hbe worn th...

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WHARF AND WAREHOUSE ACCOMMODATION. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

I ', H tlRA AŽSD jlViREHOUSE-IACGCOM%-f [Ti tc B Edidor of thcWu.uAL!MsTo c CUIROXCLzu] ý ytn; jour last wieek a iss~u ju %inserted a le ter of. seine, : eli e, s ''M~r,;, )3wdoeis- scemens for formsisg is duek In the;Sanin bsrlotivBatmains -Hitjrc~ttný"'tc- rifrto'dflbonie iibd'<lcS9enin 'thes-Yrr .-Thi= schespe' pieurs ; te e ssp osint, sitosfrom 'its merit; b l imi 1t affectin thig s lace,. and supplyingn, ged ee s s f~r tiii creatscn 'of .hurts here., but if c'rnied out will hean dlisastrous nnd prcgnant'with cominercial ruin to Williamstdwn, ltha't ain surprised that no notice has been t:len oi t it, dno a:im afr'iid ittis likely ,like many olier qie-s tioits seriouslv affecting the interests of this plce, to have bnt a smnll-share ofpublic attention, or, at all eentct until it is too late. -lMr Bowuden starts by saying, " That ,Meltoirne, ha bRecongthe centre of business in this colony. Honw gill shle-keep this" position? -Shitisply by doing away with the iecessity ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 26 September 1857

The -iverpool and Londoii Fir: and Life Insurane Comznpany - S?'\ bsciibed Capital, £1,500,000 ' .Pa d-,iup Ciapital ?and Accuiniiated Fuds, £720,000: . :,o referenenhoamerequired.:. _ _" Losses l aid in ilelbourne and Geelong. ..... Directors in Mlelbourne. The Ho`. J. F. Palmer. M.L.C., Chairman -. :ameslienaty. Esq:,; hL.O : _"" - Francis .lurph,1?'s? ., i M:LC Toini'F. Lesio Fster Esqi, it.P. ;-:Jamnes Mi'Culloch, Esq., 1a.L.C. Resident Secretary-eW. Murray Ross,. Esq. Fire Department.' Premiums received in 1855,l£184,000. Life Department. The Life Premiums in' 855 were £8S0,000. SHIS Company offers great adivantages to partice desirous of effecting Life :Assurancee. Rates fora Simple 'Assurance of £ 100. Ag Payment Age. ayiee A. Payment. £ ad. I d. d. 25. 117- ', 2 8 45 3 .6 8 .30 :. 40 162 3 15 31:i :' .Riates ftorl(itO. with Cuaranteed Bo aus. Ag Payment. Payment ge Payment. 3s 2 3 10 20 I0 5 '40 3 17~2 0-s :2, .0 5" 40. - 3'i5 a: 5" 0. 4?2 ? The bonus tbeing gunraatecd, is n...

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