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MORE MOISTURE! [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

MOBB MQISTXJRE! Thb New Year is a hopeful time. Many \ .an undertaking languishing or deferred: during the closing months: of the old, is taken up with iresh vigour, or commenced .again with the sew year. And this yew 4sa .peculiarly hopeful ope Sot South ^.ustralia. . Tiie Gpvernxftent .commence (With a new accession of ,temtory,. . Husi jjess men pmk up their ears ;and listen *to »ka Vlioflinfr itV tVlO KriOAKA Am If) tllA fTPliin .that lo^ils. the ground. U he farmers lo»k upon '.the golden harvest and* in iancy,**e 4t (housed, and stored, and soldj «nd ^dreom ofy §pch ^pother season, as thus passed for ploughing and. seedtime. iLa .!bprers and mw:hanics Wk hack .yrith sat LslMction MP the #ea* gqne tby, as one in twhich # jfeur 4day*# Jfibor .jpaat with a Jair .day's ^ajge, and look Toward to the new ,year Vo jaftve stbem ^esh &ald (or lahoi $ni Cresp ^ l^wafd .',F|jr ,Qornest toj!L The ^ca^tiiUst ^ee)S in 'jtlja general prosperity that pervades ,the,^?olony , the best p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

^herttstments. PUN OP 6ft W IBR. ONLY A FEW COPIES NOT* REMAIN ON HAND a£ IKJKfcAY 6TBBET, GATSXEB T. & E. FOTfiERINGBAlt WHOLESALE & RETAIL 28thw $ Sputt Uttrtjjajtfs MUEBAf STSZET, G£#tSXL % & K MARTp ARS NOW TOR f HEIR PRIZE REAPERS. KIT All ORDfftS are requested to be 6eDtina8EARLYa3P0SSTBKB 7? TviKMIfrm, ' Opposi-tb M». -W. Ba«kbt'8, PSIMTBR &f$TATIOliBR, ? GktTLEH. _? ft* mll0lifi9 1 HURRAY-ST, GAWLE8, NEXT TBE TXLEOKAFH ORXCE. BEGS to inform bis Friends and Cus tomers that he has just received a NIWANBlLKASTiSSDHIISIor which he is prepared to sell at -prices that will defy competition. - The long experience It Milne has had in the above business enables him to GUARKTBB ALL WORKMANSHIP issued irom hfe EstabUshmeofc. . Clocks, Watches, and every- description of Jewellery repaired on the shortest iotlee.*. .;? ? . . * ? .11 ' ?? ^' MM — ^^ I - - ? ?- ? - ? ? — — ? JUST PPBMSHEIJ, Pries flfREE SHiZilNGS A$D ^SIX PENCE, mHE ADELAIDR BOOK ALMANAC, I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

^tibttibemtals. THE mm MARKET PRICE GIVEN FOR WHEAT! At the STORES of mmm & co.. CORNER OF LTNDOCH EOAB, GAWLER. SOLD AT MILL PRICES. i . [A»yE*TI8Blt*KT ] . ' TO THE EDITOR OF TH? BjD^^I?. BTR,-^My Paiteers and myself , were amch aggriered4n consequence of a notice appearing in yopr last, stating that we had ^eyeral Hfunbfiggrag Articles to dispose of; and € ^mist say -that ^though we neither sell logs o£ firewood or News-: papers, «we sre .fUirays ready ,to give in formation on Any subject, esp«i«dly .the: Local News. Andwemust state that on any .other sueh notice -being ioserted, srith^ ;onr authority, we shall j»fer you to par lawjWj Mr. Skin^m, 22, HumbTug lcde,S.A. I ^fts^ng this caution ,wiH 8n$ce, : W-e $xe, Sir, Yours, -ftc, ^»» J^y^t Hammer , 4b Co WrHuttnstowo;^n. 4, 1864. mu us m un 1 lousr -r Us on nmwm mm im THIS is the largeBt and wealthiest Sta ciety of the kind in the Colony. Subscribers can enter at any time. Shares sold monthly. No back payments. Agent for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

£ --? i .- AT THB -'; -?-' - ?????' v HlfiHtST MAIIKET f Rlfif, At therSTQEES of ? . ,, WILLASrOU. , inESPECIFilLLY tfcanksarisICittstom JX ers and.the P«Wic generally for the libe&lTOipport lie. iats.-reeeived since «6m tBencmg business, and tags- to asstire them jti^t every article purchased at bis Estab lisliment.wiUbe-8old.at the lowest profits. .CBOGERBr, Ac, 4c, ? At very Low Pricesfor Cash only. ♦Opposite Gwpfer Institnte. ^.B.—High«rt Price ^i»«n for Colonial iProdac*. . \ ? ? : ' ? ? ' ?OITHLY 6AWL€R SAtfS, Por the disposal of Bouth Bridge, Gaider, oo the SEJCO3STD SA-TTT^KD-A-T Of Ewf^fantt, Pot pV^G^^ .^ Ste^ ^^ &4e oaSatOT^y.JannOT^^seeAdTertismff fiills. Dm^jret lV-46A.i3aleat Two MSt-^4 fate MMwfeSfckTirfc wiutm kwwmr, SftODURi HAIWESS MAKER, MimaAT-aTEEET, OAWLEE, I'N returning thanks for the liberal L patrohaa^whii&: he 4ias:Teceived ft* he .last six ' .years in Gawler, begs to nform his Friends .and *ihe Public in general that he continues to...

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REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

BKMARKS* I have not particularised every round, as one was so exactly, the. counterpart of the other, that it was quite seedless for me to do so. Butters ought sever to have been brought against Martin, as he was no match for him, and is sow getting old ; he is far too slow in his movements, his style throughout shewing bat little, if any, science. Whilst Martin, although fast declining from his fighting days, is still a very *ujrly .customer for any one in our little community to handle; he is a very hard ihitter, ana fights steady .and well— -w -this he has deceived some of She Adelaide fancy jnost tremendously. Jfo pustiee to Butters, and in conclusion, I fmust«a- that, although Batters* filing days are over, -he «till has proved himself a wan; for although beaten when the half of the mill was over, he came up manfully to receive his punishment dur ing the oth»r half. .'tlie settling took place on Wednesday, 29th, December, when Martin handed a five pound note over to Butters, fo...

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GAWLER PRIZE HISTORY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. GAWLER, THE WISE.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

©AWLER PRIZE HISTORY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. QAWLEB, THE WISE.— CCoMtWiJEDO Sow, provisions were scarce, for the land was not tilled, and the people were fearing for bread. An* there was a shrewd' nierchaat ik the city, of Whom it was said, that the wisdom of Solomon adorned hint; for he obtained a ship-load of flour from Sydney, and when it arrived— flour being only 9 W. per ton!— Jie held that the profit, ?was insufficient, so he ordered: the ship to Kan garoo Island, there- to lay-to, until the price lie -wished could be obtained. But the Governor heard* thereof, and he manifested that wisdom JUT tTiUUi IUC |TCU|I1C VVU «*«» *?«*-&*«?%**«? ? - for he commanded a vessel to be prepared, to. capture' tile ship of flour, for the relief of his people. And the vessel was sent; and' brought the ship of flour to the Fort, where the Governor commanded it to be sold' at market price, or 902. per ton: So the people rejoiced, and* gave him a new name, even, 'GawTer, the^Wise,' which hath...

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THE EDITOR AND THE DOCTOR. TO THE PUBLISHER OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

THE ; EDITOR JWD THR DOGTOR To the Publisher of thk Bvifrk 2» R» — -Aalow me to: forwarff ironr a copy of a letter which; was sent by tse fe tire sditor^of thividjD&tnerim refia*Bce*-ra .paragfaph which had appeared i» that paper respecting a fabulous attempt ? at fmtiSte. :J¥bh will *©* ttertr It was Kr-* warded at the express- desire of a party who-ielt he was aggrieved by liie Teport^ and contained a- simple professional jsta te- ment of whatT had' come under my own Knowledge,; with » slight hint at the close tbaf i he source of the paragraph in. ^ques- tion was shrewdly guessed at in Gawler. The common courtesies ,of life would demand from an editor, as well as any other gentleman, a civil acknowledgment in reply to the correction of an error ; you will see, however, hy the paragraph appendfH to my letter by the editbr of the Adtwrtixer, that he prefers a coyerff sneer I have lbng'Meard Aat toe editor of that paper is equally 'celebrated lor his courtesy and his wit; In ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

f oca! fittrtllgtHfo Considerable dissatisfaction has been justly expressed throughout this district at the fact that no provision was made by the Commissioner of Railways to accommodate the North Line with a special train o-« New Year's Day, to enable those who felt inclined to visit the Porton'the dnyof the Regatta, -^th some chance of seeing the sport and returning the same day. Con sidering the lame amouut of traffic onnhe North line, it is su«afe hovr sfigtit are the privileges and accommodation extended to those who con tribute s» largely to the funds of the establish-' meat. The whole of the Oddfellows, also, who might have f els inclined tv join their, brethren at the social gathering on that day, were, from the same cause, debarred'- from doing «o. The usual School Examinations, at Mr. Burton's and Mrs Murphy's, have been held during the past month, and paesed1 off satis factorily. Sickness still prevails to an alarming extent ia Gawler and the country districts around. Bes...

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AN APOLOGY FOR A LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

AN APOLOGY POfe £ LEAJMSRJ tTi don't. Iik^.tp Be ouiof the /asbiop. When - our brother editors, : Jijko ; certain other old women who wear extensive crin oline, extend their articles to an enormous extent, we promise to do theiame; bat i& seems that either the- hoV weather, the new- year, o- 'an unsccusbnretl accession ttiem that brevity i^ the soul of wit, and we have determined to- eieel them' all; or,' in^^her wd1rdjs/t^-cot it shorter s^lf,rahd in place of a- prosy leader, to content our selres with wishing our readera- : A Happy New X15*11^

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A HARD CASE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

A J54LBD fi4% TO TH£ SfttTQ^ OF THE SUITTIP. St B,-f-AJlflnrniBi to call your atto«*on -tO ft C886 Oi {pptWt *-lftra8ilipy in COSIMCtlOA with tbe Utsjfat4 Buwpsn1 Act, which occund jeste^daj, at Gawler. — A flian named i*atriac ^Kinp, who has bsen hawidng a ^ : ifoQ^b .frboflt 4^e town yesterday, w?«t Mnto th« Police Station lor the pnrpo^o .of ende&Toring to dispose ^ a far of Jiis trades. But, «1m J for the tmcertainty of human affairs! — he had sold himself 1 — forth© police asking him for his license, :he;produced it at once from his pocket, an^ 'was? politely in formed that he had not complied with the terms of the Act by jiotiaying *' Licensed Hawker ' legibly printed on his basket The consequence was he was deta'ued: brought before, a jmagistrate, and fined; £10— -or one .month's imprisonment. The. goods in his basket were valued at about £12; and the poor fellow was «oramitted to gaol for a month, in preference to taking this from him. Could not some thing be done in...

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SMUGGLING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

; iS^SMTJOTHN©^f-V:' To- thb Editor of the Bbnwpp: Sir, — Some tame ago- I landed' from a vessel with a pound of tobacco in. my coat-tail pocket, t-ut bad* scarcely pro ceeded, three tpaces when I was pounced upon by an- officer?-^ Mr Seiaeiy— drag- ged into a Police Court, my wee* confis cated, and a heavy fine impossed on* me lor SMuaatiwo; the half of which' was -juently 1* often saw- Mr Setter on board various ^hips, where .he; was asked or self invited to- dinners and other meals, gorge himself to* repletion with every thing eat able, drain* a bottle of beer, take sundry glasses of wine; and? finish off with a stiff *'gp' of spirits — none of which had paid . duty; tend aU/ which he brovjht athore under his maisteoat. .-:?.'' Qj.Tr-Whether . was- Seiser or . I the greater Smuggler? . : .- .-.v-v. : , QUERYv fWe think tfie' (^vernmeijt IukT no light to your property, as it was entatfed! Bat -ei*er had evidently « vested, interest -in his.— Ed, Sdkizp,} 1 GA.WI.EB* SATURDAY, JA2T...

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"ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE AT GAWLER." "TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

'ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUK3DE i AT GAWLER. 'to the editor op the adybkttser, ' Sir— My attention has been called by Me. .. McEwen .to . a paragraph* in* the Adz&tiser^ oi the S^dJanuary purpor^ng to be from a G awler cprrespon^eiit, where, after ? detailing, ithe. attempted' suicMe of tip. OeorgjB : CJaosbjr^.y aug pOTes^ondent spates—-* Tlw^second- caseTwas .the wife 'of a^ puiJican in 'the ftown wio ?'. .ttttedi_ Jto_ ,des-. ^oy, herself by taking poison;' '.Jftfafc allndes to Mrs. McEwen, it is to the best of njy belief entirely .untrue- \4.was ^ sent |R»r early -m ''Thursday, morning to; see Mrs. McEWm, who 'had fallen down in sensible on the Ljnd(^eh-road, and nad her conveyed borne immecHately. Fearing that the might l&ve t^eir something in jurtbus7, 1 gSVe her to emfetfcV bat #hen she t»me to herself sbe- snJefimly assiireH me Aat sticb was ihot tne'casci and that it WMthefieatdf-the^n which had over powered her ; and I have every reason to be satisfied that she s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

llotices ta Comsgoaknts. NOTIOB—AU communications to be addressed to the Editor of the Bmonp, Gawxer, ' ; Wiuluxstown.— Owing to the heat of the weather the black Swann has not been seen in this locality for some time, and tha Frost has quite melted away. . s : . Hanecdotes of the Harris-tochntaf of the HaKtip* . odes, iff Betsy Prig, we may find room for in our next. A Wedding Guest asks us what is the meaning of **Hoo mony Buns Mac five.' We don'tf know, probably it is some new game intended to snpercede the old-fashioned and much* slandered 'Kiss in the Ring.' . . Flora. — We cannot say, bat we believe the - Deanery with its appurtenances is to bfe let — nottoUL , . „ . : Ltndoch.— Our old friend, Mrs. Grower, has aa . long and well conducted the Lord Lyndpch Hotel, that we shall be sorry to miss her ; but it is said that in *he conduct of the house her, successor |s determined to Excel even her, SpoffKWAK. — Detectives Brown and Doyla. thought tbey smelt » rat, so like good dogs...

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PHRENOLOGY. SOLONS OF MODERN ATHENS. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

PHttENOLlipY. SGLONS OF MODERN ATHENS No. 2. In this.nbj^t the animal' dert&aptn&n% pre^. detninates exceedingly,- and. peculiarly large gdtttativeness make him pirticalirly: partial' to &ml», real cutifets,: socking :pigs, -^ ' had, tomgue, tispe, : eaveloyf, »pd , such li^e' fare; mV large destructiyeness enabling him qnlredqttBnuty «tf animals to supply tfils vant^* but aft -svle «ftfttrlaiiai«nt8 he. vddd i&majb rerel in a bash «f 5»nd Marti* or What-ZVot/a t ? Seif-esteein irdfeveloped tqao inordinate extent ;- so much so, indeed, as to mike him 'uncomfort- able to himselKtod'iMhe^iaoKJrdlng to tibereka tiTeposi^onin^hf^be'l^titejin&ylteplaeed;^ This^ fault, cpmtllned yritk] ftoei^tibo,. cpmpftla; him to take to,wme re^g|ottyte^-etubut,and ur{(es ^ him to seek fax d&tinction df' i^Wjii^.$arji' — w aether as preacher in an obsete* ^^er O«st to toy hi» hand); -» else -T»-':|StagB«h-; warden pc synodtoimi pr*Ten edeaqiai»-4m^s thmg, ...

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COLUMN FOR THE FANCY. THE MILL BETWEEN JACK MARTIN AND CHARLEY BUTTERS FOR L.50 A-SIDE, AT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

fGOLtTMN FOR THE FANCY. THE MILL BETWEEN JACK MASON AND CHARLEY BUTTERS FOB I..50 A-SIDE, AC ADELAIDE, IFais fight so long the bone of contention among the fancy of Adelaide, took place at NetJey, Reedbeds, on Saturday mom* ing, Dec, 26th, at 5 o'clock. So guiet had -every arrangement .connected .therewith been kept that altho' bat three and a-hatf miles from ;the city, -no -interference from ?the .police marred the meet. Before giving a description of the mill,! will endeavonrto |*ive a few particulars as -to :the orjgis ofHthe affair* It was unknown generally that South Australia possessed fa member of the P.R. willing to 'fight Jus battles o*er again,' until -the arrival of -a colored man irom Melbourne, who .challenged any one to meet him, brought .Jack Martin forward; of this fight it is unnecessary to say anything further, than ,that the darkie (although a quick man -with good science) turned out a duffer, ?and that after having met twice and been laslkad. a short fight of som...

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THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 January 1864

tub vio&t. * On stripping, Martin looked in first-rate trim, but still some said they had seen him better.; however, he certainly was a credit to his trainer. 9n the other hand, we are informed by his trainer that Butters would not receive any training at all. Jack Martin was waited upon by Rugby Turner and Jack Smith;, whilst Billy Jordan and another attended on Butters. In tne nrst two or tbree rounds tbe whole of the fighting took place Butters succeeding in getting a few blow: home on Martin, but Jack had all the? best of it fiom the first— getting first blood and first knock-down blow, and at the end of tbe fourth round the fight was virtually over;; Martin having pummell jd Charley's phis in such a 'manner that even then it wore a very rueful aspect.; after this Jack did as he liked with . his man, who was, as many observed, only a chopping-block for him. At the end of the 19th round Butters* second threw up. the sponge; bat. in the opinion of all there, he ought fin f...

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WHO SHOT THE STEER? [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 February 1864

WHO SHOT THE STEER? Who shot the steer ? I said K— n— r, I'm a brave Volunteer, As is known far and near, And I shot the steer. Who saw the fun? 1, W— Ik— ra— n, At the Sergeant's pop-gun, lie came down by tho run, And I saw tbo fun. 'Who sat in the tree ? Says S— r— ff, TVas me, With wonderful glee, 1 watched the whole spree, As I sat in the tree. Who sent for the sodgera ? I says bold U— g— rs, Them beasts was queer codgers. And Uncommon dodders, ? So I sent f or the sodgera. Who'll the deed blow? I says Old Joe, To the whole world I'll show, How K— n— r quelled the foe. Or my name's not OLD JOE. %\t Dunmp. GAWLEB, SATURDAY, JAN. 9, 1864.

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TELL THE TRUTH AND SHAME THE D— [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 February 1864

TELL THE TRUTH AND SHAME THE n ? Scene:— Jn -an upper Office cf the 'Imperial Liquor Department.' Time— quarter to I, p.m. J fee-haw. — (hurriedly and- looking very hun gry.) Oh I I say Paddy, if any one conies into my office will you attend to what's wanted ? — I must go and look after the -green hands and keep them up to their work, don't yer no ; and examine a lot of packages that are just landed from. the ships,— and, — and, — I shall be back in about an hour or two, don't yer know. Paddy. — Well, see here now, Hee-haw, — I don't mind.doin' it for ye; but if ye'd only jist ask me .straight forward, and not pretend to make* fool of me ! Why the deuce don't ye say at once that ye're goin* ,to get a dinner aboord the 'Rongcoo'? Ye moight jist as well spake the truth and make no humbug about it. (H. hears something like the sound of a dinner bell and rushes off without further explanation.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 February 1864

IJjticfs k (fcorrrsponDmts. NOTIl'IZ — A.H commit 'liar! i'fis In he addressed to the I'iUiroa of tub Hunyip, Gawlek. Latkst Colonial and other papers too late for insertion. Lynducu — Yes, wo have, heard that the Excel lent landlord you speak of has been Moon struck. Wo hear ho is About to tthango tho name of the hotel to that of 'Tho Man and the Moon.' Toouv Hooral.— We believe the new bridge to be built over the north P;ira will not be en trusted to the architect you mention, lha crowing place is a disgrace to any district. Sharp Shootek informs us that a roost extra ordinary occurrence took place after tho breaking up of the First Gawler Iiiflo'a meet ing this month. Un issuing from their placa of rendezvous a detachment, of tho company . fell in with a largo number of natives, and wo ptesume, that remembering tho recent outrages at the north and tho remissness of tho proper authorities in qucllingthem— they fell upon them and at once ripped open eleven down, and. devoured thorn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 February 1864

|J ESPECTFULLY Jttianks his Custoiri J&l ,€»mCtlie P^lic generally for the liberal support he has received sihcecbm : xnencing business, and begs to assure: them t&at every: article purchased at hisEstab lishment will be soltTat the lowestr profits. . ,- - ; ,. CR0C|CEBT^&c^,&9^ . , \ GBNTLESENS' CLOTHING OF EVERT DESCRIPTION Obterve tbe'A^dress- ! ttURRAT-ST.,GAWLfeR, . . ' Opposite Gawler Institute. ' 'lltMy^BStli&i^nce titt&icit tJoIonial HOKTHLY BAWtER SAUS, tin mmmfmh timu, ntPLEioarrs, peoduce, &c , . ? ??'? ?- '?? :- - -lk*i- ' lucKiBfrora \m :mmmb mill inn South Bridge--€^Trier)fO]r the Of 'BTCi/Mpntii. . For parUculars of fetods, &c, for date on SaEbrday, February 18th, see Advertis ing Biils^.: Dinner ^t 1 o*ci«ck, Sale at Two precisely, %i M^iifattf. ''MriiH^fti^tiiL wHTHS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE, Wbxt to the Will aston Hotel, WIJiASTON£ V^ESTAJBIiSHED QT 18*6. i^»m bTIoYAL C1AMR. 1 BRANCH of ^this office: Has h...

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