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COLONEL WILFORD ON RIFLES AND RIFLE PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

COLoNEr, W, ILFOI1D, ; ASslsiant Cominandaut and Chief, .Insariieter of 'tlie Government- Sool' of uskeotry'at Ilythe, delivered an interestiog lee turo in the Theabroof theihUnited Servieo Insti tution, Whitehldl Yaud, on rifles and ziidle pree! tie. Loord- E:ehEo, M.P.; presided.' Afigi tracing thli history.of thi riubeddwn to the Amerin: can Wa r,. th o Ctlohel sClonca ..".: . ' ?Tlhe ,Cahlo cvar.was' irk.,onio" nd?ingbleoiius, and. theopuhlle attention baoeeune ittractc d to thle6' shoe tcomings" af our firearsn i:." n oelibrCl!Oartl!? cart was:sent; oeut to' the.Ciape uihl .astel.blihcile and Wiat did lie iask fo ?" Hos iidd b tli?GS?'! iinimont at home. "Send mi e ont4d'000 Swisu..' -He wantiedsoldiers who . eu?uil lhitr, e-sall obbjcts. aut long rage.s..i B.rowyn. Boss was olearly. unable: to brlng the war to a .closo, for it .res. upon, re cord that ono morning 80,000:,rounds:'of ball cirtredoe were fired and only 25 Caffres: were ba ged-' George IV..weas very anxious tbat t...

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THE full extracts [?] of the English news [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

"TuE full extracts ?,? of the English news ,most of whieh is import:ant and possesses gene ral interest--and the largo amount of district intelligence, in this issue, obliges us to leave over our usually short leader, which we dare isay uuder the ,circumstances our readers will ,readily excuse.

Publication Title: Examiner
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THE DOUBLE MURDER AT HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

THIE D~OUBLE AIURDERAHO I ,troRZ T~ OWN~ (CROO TOC IOO COT TO Pl'S A~riiOTIOO, !EeiiU~iiY 20.) jTooE neighborhood of the upper end of Adelaide street, and Davey-st?uet,' "where, ,orn ;Saturday )morning, thrown'. iitioa: stn~ebf' eicliemen't' anld alarm, by th. report that a double murder ba' been committed uponi a man. named George' ITickner, and Mlary Tickner.his wife. : The ie.oouse in whluihtho' dd eeasd resided is situated in Adelqde-otreet, a few: yards.,: istance; from Denison-sitreet., The premises .oare clttred ,by alargo gite, ne?ar to'(yhicll was chained a sovage !bullb terrier ·dog. fIe •body of tl.e murdereid ;man lay on the south osilo of thJoeouse' with: his head towaril the huiding, anil a'ainstain old oask tllat stood near~theowall. - Tie cask and wall iwere sprinkled witlh;hiodd.: ?Thd infoit:ufnate mhan* !presented a !orrible appearamnce IIe "ias lying na pool of bood, ?i?h vhicli his hai-' ioa matted and clotted: ,His:faie? ea;lso streaked with. lblod isoyHii y er...

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THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

THC RoADs.-As might be anticipated, from the 0eontinued .reins our roads, particularly towards •Jamberor, are in a very bal state, and in some -jilaces impassable. We have heard of twelve bul locks being required to pull a moderately laden dray nalt of one of the sloughs, and that an unfortunate horse had to be pulled outer a hole on this sidoeof Spring Hill. ItQpcsT.-We have very few additional particu enrs to gine of the inquest held on Monday at MIr. HIindmarali's. It appeared from the evidence given before the coroner, that the mother of the child had been confined to her bed for some time, quite una hile to do anything, and that the infant lay in tie bed alongside of her for weeks, without being taken tout, except when the ,father fed it morning and 'ovening. The result ofsuch xcatmreet was, that the child's hody for want ofecare became sore; after lingering for some time, in an ulenhelthy state, it died. The father's coniluct was severely remarked ulpon by the coroner, as he h...

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ALLEGED BALLOT-BOX STUFFING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

ALLEGIED BA'i;~:l~LOThOY SI' ! AH3~d G (FCoro TnE r 5eieibOOi.WEKLY MERCURY.) Dee Riociegn as otrning Odfficer, hold anani ·quiary on Monday morning, at tlld'oMining Board loo,?m;eio refereieoto sonie allged tamnpering i itb'h lfd ballot- boes dnrirng the timinof pollino, -c-6 protes:t. olansnt --which~ :~Procciinca lied heii luhooded in to0" thoe Returning Ofllicers 'Tli6 folloiin: .i iqtlnesocs ovoco: theni c.i?minscdon a:D~iidl :icPdl, ib .crntincer at L:ong G0o11 ploaliss pliece(,on behalf of.Mr.,Lane, one:bf the •cssudid: teis) epl eined.the grouind. bbftlio protest !'haniitld: in by hinagaionst thtb proceodings ill tile rlcot;en atlJilsGOtill-y Abbut tire o'clock ui last S'atuirday afternoon, liei sawn Mr. O'l(cefe raudag at t h po'dii llio'git bee iilthopblling booth fi··r sonicerLimo.. :, Saw .him e urnislog over some -:l":iipor.?:: Uii~alle'd MI'r. Silver:loel's attention to it. .(Mir.Silverldckuwas scrutincer for Dr. '-htut.) Saw. ;Kecfc give the .poni'l1in the next corn •...

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 15TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

KIAMA? POLICE COURT. - TiiUnsso, ITISI M(AeCIu. BEFoIe Messrs. Chlapnuni Rlobb, the Mayor a0(1 R. S. Pcrrott, J. P's. Elizabeth Rankin v. Geo'rge Rankin--Asounlt. Mr. Waring for the defendant. Oun the (lay named therein my husbna d tolh our boy who is hauot fif teen years old, to go over to Broughton Crcck acroso the mountain to Jamboreo, over a road he dlidi not know for a mare. I said it was not right to send him so far by himself on a strange road, my hoso band said he should go. I said if he did I would go. with him, and Rankin then beat me. HE hit me first in.the eye and knocked ma down into a chair.l Ho then jumped onn me with his knees and pulled me out of the chair biy the hair throwing me on to tim griound, ho then jumped on to nie again and ?kickos me in the back, and beat me till he was tired. A little girl of sboot six years ol( caught, hold of ltis hair and told him not to kill ins, and he kuocked her down too. He is in the constant habit of beatiuig me and calling me n...

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STRANGE IF TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

STRANG1 IF TIUmE. .,On lednesdaynlgbt l I'ParlimMipnt, .b iknowing plenay ' ar 'That aortora aud hia Colluagues' lint . ,·:. " ::' '" "', s't·u rl..comaplettly Gnriyl " :-7o',ht tr'jsterlous cause can we o - This fire mlsfortuneo trace.? IVo really cannot tell unless :' It b the Idea of pl aue ,? -m's. Lye.

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

DISTRICT IN'TELLIGENCE,. * -4- - - (ono? onin coe .OsNDncNT) GElRI?NGONG. Ten unfortunate settlers who havo to travel the Fox Ground road through Also thank, are glad to see some sign of their petition beilng_ remembered by 'the Mnnieipal Council, and hope that Alderman Miller's motion, respec ins it may produce good results. liut say thor, even supposing that Messrs. Grey and Hindmarsh are quite agreeable and that the alteration he effected, what are sen to do in the meanwhile! Itseems almost a pity to alter such a unique specimen of road surveying. It is bad throughout its entire length, but there are two or three holes, especially one near Mr. G. lHindmarsh's, that it is just possible to pass through, aid which, if not repaired, will compel the people to force through the adjoining paddocks. To obviate this unpleasant necessity, they shonld he repaired immediately. As there seems to he considerable difficulty in getting men to do those joais, toosmall to he tendered fbr, I am aut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

1B the iinderei ned (; OoD ~ETA. GBAR S..... ; .. .--,CIGEE IUNT. 'Wani..t~;ltedl i, '..i~ ·...i! :A .R?ESVEOTA-4BtJL]?. MAkRRIFD: COUPIE, n..iso; at eiD?whb:cmbii tfiilko·. : ,i, ?·in a"da,;i y:'r :::.??;?'/ .r .r,:,' .e , "," ,? .,'?-' t h ?"-? S ... . ve da '?IOHE under linee 'Irs"ir qnantity_?,of t~hbee:ib? -==L Gardeon, a ?ed heifqr ,hit. beolly;,whitp' etayr o wthhf '-fo~ir~et'day? d?.from 1%hi da?t ,lJvfll{he sold iiy !Ij.ti- i? .A. t4 J, ';.JOHNt 1' tYiaOl;' J.' ) d iaIn(I:E ".M ldrSrn.i- :i!" C ' 1' Ie0. * eel? antdeaon hifer. a.i;'n,.1nd is So "iyenotice, ha cl.uilql~g~s~ thy rttedvd my charge thereon ispIsaid witintlivntw..y-one days frep th·e ilstc, t iiyWih sdt iy 'epenoe CI1APL'E ?" IC"?":?'. P[.also. offer a ReWard, of One. Pound to. anyper son whbp .wilt gi?,'- ii'v inifoimation 'fii 'iiy i?juriyil being d~;os ;to~ the~fenccs oum)i j·firm, :' : tIlla arla Steamn Navigation Oompanyu i)a Br ErTW·8 .?A ,E : .eryDN, EZTponda K'L'?AMAId I%;Frame SYDNbX'.every'unight a 11n...

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JAMBEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

JAMIBER.O. On Mlonday, the 27th nit., at half-past seven in the evening, a public meeting of members of tile Church of England was held in the Schoolhouse, for thoe lmrpose of presentingan adlress and testimonial to the lIoy. Percy Smith, previoas to his departure from the district. Though the night was dark and threatening, a large number of persons assemhled and completely filled thce room. The meeting having been opened "with prayer, Mr. Fry was movedinto the chair, and on behall of the congregation under MIr. Smith's charge, presented the rev. gentleman with a handsome gold watec and a purse .accompanied with an address expressive of regret at his .departure from the district. 15r. Smith is replying stated that he had callcd the meeting together lmor the purpose of delivering a valedictory address to the con gregation, and had been completely taken by surprise when he found it was their intention to present him with a testimonial, iHe thanked them most heartily for that oepressi...

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THE SNOWY RIVER. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.—A NEW GOLD-FIELD AT THE HEAD OF TUMUT RIVER. Gundagai, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

:~_~TI"·$IE~ SN W '~~~LUVEE. (#sdsi r CO rs·ro'isrT i5f~T~F 1115 55L55ns eni'eN~cfra.) I~MPORTAN~L1 ,DISCOV·ERY .,A . i~NEWi:~ GOLD-FIELD ;.T':T-ill ;,.I{EMUD-.: OF A snew rush to the head of the ?Ttetmuhl sver ,tea miles fiom tlhe" Sn.ytf: : ?.Rive,.ha ls .taketi p~lade. snd is turning~ 9ute most snc;~ce~sfully One thousansdf f ;:st hundred usni:i're: siuippoecd to ho on tie- spot~ 41,. excel~~pt thle holders of good. laims, have lefc:tli teSnowy:'-.::i:,;:-. A oed unibero? nug'gets~n; ??; Issve.i bee?n teenii? out- alicady a~i:t.i~ the new old fi~e~ alds, one ef. one, lui rd end . " •-.. . ':zs:.. 'oun 'e t.iu :v'.> om,? Tidlci's ci9p~iudi'is stUppe'ied'tohav~e! been :found· .- i Erheb eove.is thise.; new rush mcnttoted1 ?.by. outcee Gaund?gaiij cerrqponndctas toel giaicl?sm, whieo appea~red inSeiteeda~y sHret .Fi~i ieststed tbeie nosticed. ebio,, ~lies sincone scseseed · to 1400,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

SHIPPING ¶TTEIMYGENCFA :(Annln?D ?ROU T?lE IIERLD. b.D XfrrtE. t TORT OF SYDNEY. Imtr 12--Ifhroer (..), 280 tono. Csptoln fti nottrs from 7.errtmbulf I~th inst.tt. Poslenler--Mlssrs. Krelo, Cooper, Lambrtl ndlflthsl.r-r "I Mlrehl 18.--Emeu. P. kno O. Co's S., ,., 142m ton. C-p~totn Sounro. from Suez 27th Jflnuory, Aden lrd. Iflortltu 1530t Fob runty, KInfgOeorge's Sound 4th, Koogtraro slfnod 8th, ond Mel. oturno l3th Insotnt IMroh 1l.--",fmoso (s.7, 7.1h fouo. Cptolu Fletoher, from Mertmbultald Ulltdolli 3Itrch 13. Pallsenooers--f. r. F, totth, SIr. D.ounno;nnd 15 in thI steeraoe. co ?srns I~R~nns raneh I1.--flue Jaicet. from Stotlhneoon, itth 41 bogo potn tots.6st f, l tet; rrospeltor, rtom ro lfmbl,b oth 75 tool reol: N l7tlttntolo, 'rohb ftlormbi, with 50 tonl cool: Wondperker nnd JeonntoDofln4,lrout roouleo, nod Mumbo froon Storuyl, • .0th 2. -td t o f t 7?arch 12.. ,',Vrlodl? and prospector,- for Dcll.?mbl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

iBTiWARRI A STEAii NAVIGATIq ON: COM . -L,'PANY 'tb6. recent. disasters atlSh6oalbaveni -ideridiing it, iecessary to altcr'tlie Steamlioat ar .fatigdiients' btween Sydney' ahd that .district;' he publio is respectfully informed that tlie'StS.diids of: thiisi Company will, until firthdier notic": ply na S.BETWEErN SYDNEY ANDl SHOALiHVEN.i. .i'.rom: SYDNE Y _cery Tuesday- anid Fiftldy si ght, imopr.iGREEENWELL POINT everyy Moida'iiid ' Thiursday, at 9 sin; : :. ' BETWhEEN MBtYWI ANDb iit , .Pai- SYDNEY overy Monday, Tuiiesday,-and d-a* .iddtesday, at i ; m:in and-ei -Friday, *at'8. -d.'iii ldl i:p.:m*i ··f. h 1 ' roaKIAMlA bvroy Monday sid ThitTsd ay at-11 Sa.ii ;h passsofigero; apd, ori Tuesday.,-and i.,: ;Thu.lWi:day at idnl, oii,Fridit3" at 2;p.m..-:ri:. "BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOILONGON , .. s pub?lishce in the loeal papers: :' : -* . '; Byoide orfdtle dicifctors,: 'i; S" ,.,:; ;. " , •. ') ; '--'.. MANNING , ' i sNGLTShI, SCOTTISHir and AU TRALIANl :iE^ ^ 'CHARTEREDt K';' BA NK ^.. ;...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

DIARY. :Day 'of the eek.I [ Sunrise yun o. &A S ......... I Marob.17 66 6 Ii I 2 SUNDAY " 18 I 6 MUESDAY ......... " ' 0 1 6 7 TEIE EX?AMINER. PUBLISIIED 'EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Toil communications intended for iusertion must be nutheonti cotem by the name and naddoss of the writer-not necesserily for publication, but is a guacanteo of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Advertleers nrc requeeted to be partliollir in marking the nuimber of insetlions on cool: udertiecmcnt, othebrlso they mll Ibuiinserted and charged for tilt countermnaded. Orderf for -witbdraell orolterations, muot be sent to tio onfce (in mriting) belfore noon on tho dey prior to publication. "BA.??U.Dd.4M? CH ? a 17, 1800.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Mnere. Dodde and Co. report, under date ou 9th Mlarch- rhere bays been onsiderable number offat eattie brought "uLr sale dnrln the week, nl ofwhichl haue been cleared oul "e50 head altbgether. Prices hloe been" somewhat depressed. W'e eaneot quote tIle hest quality at abohe it. There are Several aderlee otespectedl urrivals, und we may look for w well supplied e.reket or the next week. fibhep.-We have lodt no sheep uffered fer sale, and the market t.ay be saen to he .tn or thle description of ltock. "We tae, its,, Ietoupeeted in dnvrelg'next week. 8tore sheep or allt de .eretptlons ane Inqulred for: malden ewres and good tremed store ?etheers oere three yeare old ane Inquired for. Thins market oufers great facllitlee for the dripo?nt ou all descriptions uf sthek. 'the • teamere by whllh sheep can now be forwnrdel to Sydney with eurfe and despatch. open tothe ,quattere a most letrored means unrele, as they nowehnee the adenatage or beth .Mditland nod -ydney b...

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ADELAIDE. Saturday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

Saturday, 6 p. The wheat mirket to-day is quite?.stagnanti dl orders for shipment being either exectited oir withdrawn. Whe'at per drdyload," 86;' 1d. 'pe bushel. Flour, nominal at £19. The electioris for the city came off oi Tueoday. Much excitenient pievails.: . .:.: ':.-.:l The Grand Aliiddl O ickdt Match ,betwee'n' British and Colortial players 'as *firiislid ye'ter-. day, the ColdniSl .winning- easily, ,with four. wickets to go down. Wheather most oppressively hot.i-::, .i t :: .l U * - jdtiday A'4iir?.' Flour and wheat quotations remaini no?iin'illy! the.same as on. Saturday, bt :iolders' evince. strong disposition to sell, and prices are likclyto; rule lower. ' ... - ,-..:* ? .: . . ,x . at.it Yesterday we had some smart showersof "8-10tli's bf 1 inch fall, being the heaviest ,ali. fod tei' montlis; .. ...; i i The English news: received-l; ?'t-elegram',-- via i Aden was only knoiVwn.heireon' Ciangeg tiits mo'rn ing; liavlftg Bleeli sent frombiMelburn e, dity elections take' ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE._ (FRvO qa5E nisaibs iRD IssIis.) . ELBOURNE. Monday, 7tpim. • •The~v~meuf sailed froeti the Bay ,aLAt.a.S .ye?+tcri+ day. - -. >,y.: · "It is announced to-day tlat the Nbortlhm will sail~for :Galle instead of the, Mauritius ... .+,;ii.+· Trade remains very'cuiet."-. No spcesalittoss;. lilejir ls~'v1, iii last wteek' rts '· A of Tuesdcsy, 8 p sos'. . meeting of Alexander Nelson, Ncplie~w anid Co.'s.creditors has beess held; The iabilIlties dre £30,000, chiefly Ehslish. -.. . : . L i: ?d" EIenrique, Brothers, havo'suspeidls,-o Liabili: ties, £14,000; assets, £7,000..:.+ ..." +i:, Trade is altogether dull. Rumors on all sidles, as i sais oepce fnaihres. Reports arc.afloat-ofa.w'at of.accor.: in ·tlec Cabinet, and of a proposes dissolutio?o;:n :·the Land Bill. . L " " ' ' : "'" G ' - The Miniatere e'ere defeated loitaigli'- on t"e.i;, 58th clause of .the Land.Bill, .empos'oring par?tie to claim special surveys in any district,: firs pntr, pose of purchase, a...

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DISTRICT COURT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KIAMA EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

....; ....... .. rIST.TlcT CORT. - TO-TIS: -,o-tTo. -,V 0 T10 X5A?dA .0r 0(XXMIS. S,,-LWill-,oo permitmo tihrnogli the mcdilnm of your • idely circulated Journal, to mako one or two obscrva tions., The numerous and important cnses wlhich have been decided in thu vorious District Courts of this co. lony since tim. out came into operntion, has induce .mu to cnll your attention. I wonld stroogly recommend to the Press and to the gentlemen undcrtaking the report, that such irepoits should be very full nod correct, nod if Imnssibl thoeevidence set out fully nod furnished to the Press, heoauso numerous instancen have occurred, in which decisions have been obliged to be referred to as a pnredcnt. I.am satisfied that my remark n-ill meet swith your attention. I am, Sir, -Your.most ohediont Sercant, INDEX. Sydney, ?lareh, 1860.

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TO WILLIAM D. MEARES, ESQ., KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

TO :WYILLIAJE D. MEARIES, ESQ., KIAMA~. Srn,--t have to acknowledge tho~receipt of your letter: of the 13th inotoult, placing~ to the creel it of thle Local Iloliof Committee £70, ouhuerihed in Kiumo, anld I hog tojetorer yoo onld thoe Committee Roost ejecere thonnks for tho honesolence hereby monifested. The amounst opecitied is now in the Commerciol Bank hepre to our credit, ond will he appropriatedl hy tho Corn. mittee strictly in fccurdanco with thoe dtjeet co view. I beg leove to tronomit to you an ahatroet of the Statisticol Retorno, mode on personal inepeetlon, of the lonsee sustained in .this district; and alSo to furniob you wvith thle namnle of thle Committee elected here to set for :the relief of thle nutlerors.. I have the linger to ho, Sir,~ Yours very oincoerly,: -.J~AMES GRA\HAMZ, Chairman. Nolro; ~Shoslhscvon, 14th March, 1S6O. A~ BSTBAiXr 'O1 S·LrATISTICAL RETURNS OF LOSSES SUSTAINED ALT:SBOALHAVEN:BT:!IBE.FLOOD.or,.l: :: INames of the " .·-·\" Collectb~i:or "' H.ss...

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COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 17 March 1860

CO~&'NfAE RXTjRACTS. TeeTssos Two HounOED YEARS HEeCE.--SCene--' !iibrmry'in the hosso.of anelderly gent somewhere e."iedstralia.5 .fOld .got 'tlegraphs to the kitchen, cmd:,'svwiter sends/in a balloon-Old Gent: John, fly ovor.to'.Calcutta,' and tell Mr. Johnson I shall be liajpy to hlave'him sep with ue. Never mind your esat noei. Go; Jdoln 'leaves, and at the end of live:mmnutss returns. John: Her. Johnson says he ,will comen; h?h.lns got to go to St. Petershurghl for a;xnomemt, e'nd then he will be here. Old Gent: Very·wel.lJohn: Now start the machine for sot tintg' thetablfe, aead telegraph to my wife's room and tell 'her that MIr. Jolenson is coearng5 then brush up mjaballoon, for I have an engagement ihe London at twolvoeo?dclak;. - John flies to execute hl orders, ands-the' old gentleman runs over to the West Indies for 'a momentto buny a fresh orange. s.PnoLIorc Porxvoes.-At Costerton; in the garden of.,Mr."'Penle cy, carpenteir,. a largo potato was grown last year, ...

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