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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

Trade Addresses.,' MAURICE COLEIfAN'S GIPSrLANDI B'EItVEEIY (LATo "IMs, e. i'Iven's), ': rAURICE COLEAN whilea return M1' fug thieais for thie iiberal patron ago hitherto aicorded him, bonegs to intio. atel to thoe 1ublio in general that houhase availed IhimselOf of alltthe rocenit improve monte in brewing, saoihaving:obtaiiod tihe services of a skilled homoe broewer, and by using only the beat mnaterials tho market am ,itford, he in a position to supply nn article isurpaessedia the district,, Sale, 30th MarIch, 1881..' :. TAFAHE"' MAFFFR A SP.PECTATOR". DEWSPAERA JOB PRINTING, 0 F FI C Bl. "Maffra, North Gippsland The Proprietor of thi "Mifra Spectator begs to notify o tho itlih itnital t of the districtlthatlib e y.s prepa red to rocoie . orders for._, ,' PRINTING IN.ALL ITS BRANCHES. Tihe Jobbing Plant' is replete with all the Latest Imeprovenmentae POSTING BILLS, OF ALL SIZES, Or colored or whito paqer, can be had eon tu'eshortestnoticeo. ,`. BINutee SFos TO , Coac'ERT Tcidec , ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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NELLIE GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

NELLIE GRAY. Br K. . B. Reader, let mo preface my little story with the assuraico that it is not the stereotyped production of a fertile imagination. It is takon from it romance in real life, . the hero and, heroine of which are noiv a happy. married couple, living in one of the western districts of Victoria. Im mensely wealthy, too, judging from the large area of land comprising; their, station, called " Iarrahooee," and their splendidly furnished houseo situated in a fashionable locality in Mellbourne, in which they spend a few months of each year. John Cray came of a good old Eng lish family, a family wont to pride itself upon the honorable lives and noble deeds of its illustrious ancestors, the only living representative being this John Gray, who is, thle hero of my story. Doubtleas yon will expoectto hear of his having performed some wonder ful deed-adding glory to his nme.. It so; dear reader, I fear, you are doomed to disappointment, for I think you will, pronounce him a most...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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MELBOURNE CATTLE REPORTS. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

MELBOURHE CATTLE REPORTS. (By EIEsrnICO TeLEnosupH.) Wednesday Evoning. Measrs. A. M'Lean and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-950O only forward. Owing to theo short supply prices advanced con aiderably. We sold Mr. Whittaser's bullocks at L11 to L1iG s; bullocks from Sale at L11 to L1215s, averaging L12 Os; also Blore's bullocks and cows at ful market rates; and calves from L115s to L2 10e. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report : -Fat Cattle. - 958 were penned, and prides advanced considerably from last week; about 300 Queensland, and balance Victorian ; boot pens bullocks to L1 15so. W1o sold 40 bullocks from Mowburn Park to L14 5s, averaging L12 13a 10d. Fat Shlcop.-14,870 yarded, chiefly merinos; market 1i. lower; beot crossbred wetlhers, 20sto 30s ; best merino wethera to 18os. We sold 2,000 for Officer Kallia, and 700 head from the Lachloan. Fat Lambs.-2,014 penned, and prices higher; best 12s Gd. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report as follows-958 head of cattle yarded; very few prime,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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POETRY. A DEATH-BED SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

POETRY: ~I"--~----o A DEATH. E13D SOENE. Oh? \Vhi t is sadder than ai death-bed ·scooe ·· When thbso who, through their lives have over boon'" Companions in our toils from day to day, Aro callod from off this bitter world away. Oh i who is there whslio lihas not lost a friend! Or some lov'd one whlose mom'ry does not lend A tinge of sadness to hliis thoughts, Swhen o'or His mind recalls departed ones that wore. Ah I I have felt tie sufirings f lthat hour, When pangs of tearful grief our minads devour, When father, mother-somo ono whom we love Has gone to reign (plenaso God) in Heaven above. Suppose yourself to be within a room Where all around is nought but cold and gloom; With drooping hsad a loviing mother kneels, Whose heart is broken with the 'grief she fools, Whose arms enfold a form upon tlho.bod,; Prom whom the spirit to it's God has fled. 1 Jast by heor side an aged father stands, And scalding tears are trickling through his hands; Between his sobs he cries in anguish wild, ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

OOMMENTS ON EVENTS. -0---- - "The birds whose music fills the air, Do chirp and chatter heedlessly." -Acos. It must be a very proud moment in the life of a man wheo he sees friends and well-wishers throng around him to wish him prosperity and happiness. I was never so forcibly struck with this as on Friday last at the meeting of gentlemen who assembled to convey to our old friend, Mr. P. O. Moroney, their sincere regards on the occasion of his departure from the district. Doubt less on such occasions when champagne flows freely, a lot of fulsome balder dash is indulged in, but some of the gentlemen, in expressing their nonti ments regarding Mr. Moroney, spoke with a warmth and depth of feeling which nothing but the chords of sincere friendship could possibly dictate. Many a good word of advice and counsel am I myself indebted to him for, and will transgress the privilege of soy " column" to add my small mode of praise to one who has been a hearty friend to many asono besido "Zulu." ...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

Auctions. FAT AND STORE STOCK. MAFFRA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 15. 1 iVLEAN and CO. will Sell at their IL yards 25 Prime Fat Cows and Bullocks. Also, from Sunville 150 Splendid Bullocks, 4 years, half. fat, quint. 100 Magnificent Cows, half-fat; a superior lot, spayed and unepeyed. Also, on account of T. Martin, Esq. 100 Superior Mixed Cattle-Cows, Bullocks, and Stooeers. Also, 500 Superior Cross-bred Ewes, with lambs; a good lot. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CLEARING - OUT SALE. A 'LEAN and CO. (in conjunction Swith J. W. Smnolos, ETo.) are in etructed by Thos. Andoerson, Esq., of Fells Creek (who is nleaving the district), to Sell by Auction at an uearly date, of which due notice will be given All his Househlold Furniture and Effects, Live Stock, &c., consisting ot home fock and cross-bred owes (about 500); also, 100 bullocks, 60 coaws, also young stock; buggy, carriage, harness horses, draught stock (from yearlings upwards); also, brood mares, hacks, tc., all well bred; also, farming implo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

VVacuco, Wai, COBB and CO.'s COACHES lcav CRITERION HOTEL SALE to BAIRNSDALE, 145 prm daily (Sunday oxcopted), . arriving n Bairnsdale at 7.30 p.r. Fare, 10s. All information, &c., at Cobb and Co.' Office, Criterion Hotel, Sale. ROIBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. Sale to Mafra and Newry ROYAL MAIL. J FISHER'S comfortably covere COACH will RUN DAILY botweo tho abovo places, leaving. Nowry daily,n 9,45. am., Maffra 11.15 a. o., arrivig ng Sale at 12.45 p.r, and return the sam day, leaving Sale at 2.30,: arriving a Jlrfra d p.rr., anid Nowry 5.30 p.m. Paossongers and parcels booked at tli following places :- Sale, T. Duggan's Criterion Hotel Laffra, Wm. Bannister's Camden Hotol and at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel, r All parcels left for conveyance' nirost b prepaid, otherwise thloy will not be for warded.: f3.YJ PISHER, Proproetor. HEYFIELD TO IIEAFFR4 mH Con veyaco; between The 'labov ;:1 places will '.be :DISCONTINUEI until further notice; Any parcelsl thali can be forwarded on horsbac...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

COMMERCIAL IN'TELLIGENCE. ----o oIPPrLAND STOCK IIEPORT. Messrs. i. Gutlhridgo and Co. report - -Fat Cattlo.-Market firm; quotations same as lasnt weook. We sold at Macfra, bullocks, d1 5s, £7 7e Gd ; cows, £5, £0 7e Gd ; and at Sale, cows, 41Os s; ealers, 35s, 40a; and privately, cows at £5 15. Store Cattle.-GCood ldemand, cpecially for those in forward condition, Wo yarded 750 at Matlra and Salo, and sold at the former place bullocks, £5 10s, £5 14s, LO 2s ; steeours £2 10, £3 13a, £2 16s, £3 10sa, £3 15s, £4 i1s; cows, £2 6s, £2 lie, £3; . and at Sale, steors, £2 10a, £2 13a, £3 ds; cows, £2 12s, £3 2e Od, £3 as ; hoifors, £2 8a; mixed cattlo 12 to 18 months. old £1 Os, L1i 12s 1 L4 18a; and privatoly, 00 apoyed cows, at L4. Milkers and Springers.-Fair demand; sales, LS Se tn L42s lid, Horoes.-Considorablo businses hna boon done during tihe wok' in this clas of stock, at eoxtrm rates. We sold rivately thlro lots, avoraging L0 1is, and L1Q 4s per head resopectively, and in the yar...

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MAFFRA POLICE COURT MONDAY, 11TH SEPTEMBER. (Before Mr. Howitt, P.M.) BROWN V. MARY SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 14 September 1882

MAPPRA POLICE COURT MONDAY, 11TH SEPTREsRon. (Before Mr. Howitt, P.M.) BROWN V. MARY SMITII. Thos. Eaton, laborer, residing at Traralgon, deposed-Recollect being at Heyfield on 11th August. Was at Mrs. Smith's house. Called for two glasses brandy, and paid Is. for them. Mary Smith served me with thornem. George Johnstone was with Imen; he had one glass. Drink is sold very freely in these shanties Cross-examined by Mr. Thomson, solicitor-Was at Chas. Taylor's Bush Inn, Latrobo River 16 miles from Snmith's. Was employed by Mr. Guest, inspector, to ferret out these cases. Know Mrs. Smith a fortnight before this. Was never in Mrs. Smith's house at the Mornwell before this. Will swear it. Knew Mrs. Smith at tile Latrobo before. Re member Mrs. Smith coming to Hey field. I drove team for Chas. Taylor, and delivered goods for Mrs. Smith. Sheilo offered me a drink whenll I de livered the goods. If Mrs. Smith says she did Inot receive money for drinks it would he false. Was at Mrs. Tucker's b...

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FARM AND GARDEN FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

FARAM AND GARDEN FOR, THE MONTK OF SEPTEMBER. ----o KIrcnss GrARDsEn. This Is the busiest moenth in the year for seed sowin; inost of the hardy vegetables may be sown, and towards the close of the month tender sorts, Potatoes of all kinds should be planted for main cropes. infake aaowing of peas for succession. 'Early long pod beans may still be sovn in lowlying ground. Sow scarlet-runners, .dwarf French beans, leet, carrot, cucumber, melon, vegetable marrow, pumpkin, onion, radish, spinach, kidney beans, and peas for. succession; mustard and cress should be sown every fortnight; sow celery on a hot bed. Preparoe the ground at the beginning of the mostlh for tliohe melon and cucumber family, by manuring, digging, or trenching. Good ground, prepared in this way, will pro duce fine crops without the trouble of making holes and mixing in composts Altlhouglh tomnatose, melons, Sc., nay be planted out at the end of the month, in warm situations, it is the safest plan to sow of each a few...

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GLENMAGGIE. MONDAY, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

GLENMAGGIE. (moas . CORRESPONDENT.). MONDAY,, September 18. The annual races came offon. Satur day.. The weather was all that could be desired, and'thie attendiuce lArger than! it hlias been-for some titon.. The following are thoe results of the. day's racinlg;: MAIDEN PATE.-Mir. .. Shorton'g Star 1; Mr. T. Riggall's Idoned,.2; Mr..O. Smith's Sultan,,, 3. BHRDLE IIACE.O-One mile and a half.. TMr.:T. Riggall's Eringo~.1; Mr. A. Cliyne's Bell of the Ball, 2 ;.Mr. J.. Shorton's Camel, 3. Only three started.. FAnuaa's PUnsE.-One mile and a quarter. Mr 3. Shorton's Brown Prince, 1. Mr.. G. A. Carpentcr'a Panic,.2; Mr. T. Riggall's Eringo, 3; Mr. J. Shorton's Star, 0. A protest was entered against Brown Prince and Panic,,to be decided by the stewards on Saturday niext. STEEPLECIIIc.SE-One mile amt a hal. Mr. T.. Riggall's The Peer, 1;; Mr. T. Riggall's Idened,. 2; Mi. J. Shorton's Camel, & Consor.ATIon HURDnLE RACE-Mr. J. Shorton's Camel, 1;. Mr. A. Cheyne's, Bell of the D11, 2; M...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) Vionna, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

EUROPEAN TELEQRAMS.. . ...(Ace;) Vinia, Septeinlier 17. The Einperor Francis Joiseh is now on zý visit to Trieste; wlihereo liarrived to-diay: *Dbriing'hieifMajsty' Ipassage through the etreets a man'wliose move ments excited suspicion, was arrested by the police, and homliswere found iin his possession.,' Littlt'doulit exists that ht foe .his timely airrest tliohe prisoner woald, have made an attempt on the life of thelioEniperor: . LosnoNe, Septlember 18. The death is announced of the Haon. and; Very, Reverend Gerald V. Weil lesley, Dean of Windsor, and Lord High;Almonsor: to the Queen. at the agoeof.73 years.

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THE WAR IN EGYPT. LONDON, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

THE WAR' IN EGYPT. S LONDoso, September,18. Sir Garnet Wolseley ihas ordered'all the British troops in Egypt, with the exception of those engaged in special garrison work, to repair to Cairo, where they will be reviewed by the Khedive, who has intention of arriving it the capital to-morrow. After the British troops have been reviewed by the Khedive they are under orders to proceed to Alexandria, which Sir Garnet Wolseley has decided to make his headquarters until the paci fication of the country is completed. After the departure of Sir Garnet Wolsley from Cairo the city will be garrisoned by the Highland Brigade. The brigade of Guards, which has been operating in Egypt under the command of the Duko of Connaught, has received instructions to sail for Englhand immediately. The Egyptian garrison at Abukir has finally capitulated to the British. Two hunldred officers and a large body of troops laid down their arms and. surrendered unconditionally. The government of India will pro bably ...

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FOOT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

FOOT RACES. RubIelNo HIOII JUMP.-C. Smith,, 5ft 5in, 1 ;. 0. Henderson, 2. HAnsAiP.-200 yards. W. Saset apple, 1';. L. Snowden, 2. 100 YARDS RAGE.-L. Snowden 1. Boy's RAGE.-Under 12 years. W. Ryan 1. After the above events a match, came off between Messrs. Campbell, Henderson, and J. Garland, for L5 a side. Henderson won easily. A severe wind storm, accompanied by heavy showers of mrain passed over the township yesterday, and a number of trees were blown down by the force, of the wind.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

MELBOURNE. (FrMoo QUR OWN cORReSPONDENT.) Wednesday. Both Houses. of Parliament yester day adopted. an.address, of congratula tion to Her Majesty on, the success of her arms in.Egypt. Quite a.little fuss has been made in. our antipodean city over the victory of our troops. A grand torchlight procession, paraded the streets yesterday evening in.honor of the event, and the Mayor of Mel bourne, from whomn the movement originated, addressed the populace from the stops of the Town Hall on. the cause of thankfulness tlhat so complete a victory had been gained with such trifling loss to the British. Cheers were given for the Queen, Sir Garnet Wolbesloy, and the British army. The.Polics Commission have entirely acquitted. Detective Ford and Sergeant Kennedy: of. the charges brought against them of perverting their public posi tions. I heard a rather anmusing case in the County Count on Tuesday. A gentleo man named Olliver, residing at Mal. vern, had on ose or two occasions somoewhat soverel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION To-soanow (FRmAY) the following will be submitted to Public Auction at Slaffra, commencing at 12 o'clock noon : Bo Bcsucso. A. M'Lcna & Co.-20 Fat Bullocks and Cows, 100 good Bullocks, 50 superior Milch Cows, Ac. DB Masunos. ENoeonn, PE &e CO. 25 Fot Bullocks, 30 Store Bullocks. BY MoEsoR. . GUTrIneo AND Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Steers, Helfers, bc. Txoua JoNoES.-Horses, Fat and Store Cattle, &c. Also, at the lsirt, at 11 imo.-All thoso valuable priniseos now in tihe occupation of Mr. S. Feilchonfiold as a drapery store, Juohnoaun-street, Malfra. AT SAL ON SaTRnaY. - 1l Mensuo. EGLreIH, PeOC AND Co. Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Milch Cows, Heifers, Steers, Horases, c. Br Messe. R. GUTocrnnoo an Co. Fat and Store Cattlo, Milkers andl Springers, Sheep and Lambs, Pigs, Horses, &c. MONDAY, 25rH SEPTEDERn. By Mn. TuonAs JONES.-At Ilachall. Crook, Crooked River Road-The whole of Mr. William Mitchell's Houseolold Furniture and ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

SCOMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ---Oo OIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. MBessrs A. MI'Lean and Co., of M1sfr report:-A large number of cattle for. ward. Weo yarded over 700 head there was a fair attendance of buyers, and prices firm at last week's rates We yarded a small numober of fat cattle, fo which competition was oextremely brsk, and prices advanced considerably. 1e would advise our constituents having any to take advanta'e of the highl prices ruling We sold fat Iullocks, omedium to fa quality, at from L 2s OGd to L9; fat cows, inferior to good, at L4 12s Gd, L5 5s, ia Gd, L7 7s Gd, and LD 15a; vealers, 3s, L1 Se, LI, to L3 is. Store Bullocla -We sold the Susvillo 143 head at from Li 12s to L5 13e; do steers, L5 105 Sunvillo cows, at L4 5s; all round, thisi tho highest price for store cows for e We Bold other lots of bullocks s, L4 16s Od, L5 Os and Li 12a co; l L115e, L2 6s, LI 15s, and L3; hcife LI 7s Gd, LI 12s, L1 18s Gd ; steers, I is, L2 is, L2 17s, L3 is, L3i7s Od, L39i L3 11s, Li 18s,...

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NELLIE GRAY. CHAPTER I.— (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

.MWIIEi GRAY. " Br K .o K R. OeAPTErsa L-Comntiased) ' Good-bye, dear mother," he said, standing with his travelling bag and overcoat in the hall in their pretty sea. side residence, Fern Yilla, waiting for the cab which was toconvey him to the railway station. "I shall only be away for twio short nlonths Promise you will not be lonely whilst I am gone. You know I shaell write every week and tell you of all niy doings up north, and you can invitegentle Mrs. Ilatherly and her two pretty, lively daughters to keep youeompany ins my absence." " No one can supply your place with me, John. I shall invite them as you suggest, as it will'be a pleasant change for them and I daresay they will help toprevent the time haiging heavily on say hands, but I shall think none the less frequently of my dear' son. Alh, John, why don't you marry Florence :hatherly I she is of good family, and in every way a most suitable match." " Nonsense., mother; mine:" ` he laughed' guily; "Why you're just the very ...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

COURSING. Our Sale coursing men being dis. satisfied with the victory of their Maffra and HeyBfield neighbors at the last coursing meeting, determined, by way of trying conclusions, to again pit.* their four best. dbgs against those of` our local men. A match was. ac cordingly arranged for £20 (£5 each. dog), which came off at the Clippings,. near Sale, on Tuesday last. Very little outside betting was dons over the event, it being generally thought: that the former victors would again5 carry off the palm. Appended is ens account of. thomatch: FlnsIT ROUND For-the-beat two out of three courses:. Rosebud beat Bide-a-wee.. Sadelma beat Nellie.. Signet beat Liberty.. Priority beat VWarfure. - SECO0D ROUNDi Rosetud beat Bide-a-wee.. PadElma beat NIllIht. Priority beat Warfare.: Liberty beat Signet: SRosebud; FAdblma, and Prioritywerer thus. so fAr thoe. winners,. Liberty. and, Signet beiig a tie. In. the fourths roundiLiberty 4on.lier course,.but was: afterwards beaten by Priority.: The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 21 September 1882

GRATEFUL-CO3FORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKF ABT. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which Govern the operations digeetion and nutrition, and by a careful appicaton of the fine properties of well. selectod'cocoa, . Eps ns providoed our breakfast tables with a dellcntely.flavored boverage wlhich nay save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of these articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong ciwugl to resist every tendency to disease. Huirreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there Isa weak point. We mny escape many a fatal slhft by keeping oursclves fortitied with pure blood ard proprly nourished Iriom."-Soo article in (DnlSe'vice Qa(ette. Made silmply with boiling water or milk. Sold only ir pockets, labelled : JAMES .EPPS. & CO., Honecrevurtu Osaesroe, LONDON. Also - Ems's OunocolrAT BoenINe, for Afternoon use. J. G. PETTIT, VICTORIA BREWERY. Ct UP ilOR BOTTLED ALE, is. Gd. ) per ...

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