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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1886. POLYGAMY IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

".~ODEIATE, I.Ur PROGIIl?SIVE." (Published erery Tnesday Friday morning.) FRIDAY, MAY 2S, 188G. POLYGAMY IN AMEILICA. I? the early part of last month a meetingof fe:naleadvocatcsof polygamy was held in Salt Lake City. The meeting was largely attended, and many speeches were made. The speakers upheld the right of women to go into polygamy, and sdvocated it as .a means of lessening the number of disreputable wonfen in the world. It was maintained that the Government had no right to forbid a woman to imarry, and that they could with equal justification compel the virgins of the cloister to enter the connubial state. A prOtest was also adopted which declared that womanhood had beecc outraged in the TJtah Com t hy questiols about expected maternity, nd that'. su]line w:an: to b: a vested right of wo:mCen in Utah, and should not be att:ckled. They denied that women voted otherwise than in aceord:itu:1c with their own flee will, and one speaker said she held the horde of " pctty oliicials ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY MEETING AT WILLUNG SOUTH. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 May 1886

RAILWAY MEETING AT WILLUNG SOUTH. (From our own correspondent.) Monday. A well attended and enthusiastic meeting of the settlers in this district was he!d on Friday last in the local Mechanics' lnstitutc. The object of the meeting was to advocate and support the proposed Traralgon to Yarram   Railway line. J. Sykes, Esq., of Flynn's Creek was voted to the chair, and in the course of some very prac- tical remarks pointed out the advan- tages that would atccue to the district from a railway from; Traralgon to Yarram. The utmost unamity pre- vailed, and after passing a series re-   solutions to be forwarded to the Minister of Railways, a number of gcn- tlemen, consisting of Messers. Power, Wright, Gilsman, Moore, Davis,   Bosustow, and Stevenson, were elected to attend to details in connection with this Railway question. The following are the resolutions :—   Moved by Mr. H. Boustow, seconded by Mr T. Wright— "That in the opinion of t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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A SAMPLE OF ROUGH-RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

A SAMPLE OF PROUGH RIDING. A capital bit "of" rough riding afiorcldian interestitng spectncle to a numburi of persons itI Kepleir street, Warrnambool, on Friday evening (say: the "Sta lndar(d'):. A young man cm ployed at.l rynn O'Lynn's emerged from the stables of Messrs Stansmore Bros., "o hoilirlick, but he had moved only a few yards when the animal he bestrode, a young lilly, dis played unmtist:dlable signs of restive ness, itnd in i. few minutes she proved herself a veritable buckjumper. .The ,iune was faist, and furious for a while, the aiiimtal making the miost deter mined eltirts to unsett her rider,i who stuck like 4a limpet to the saddle. The herd "ge of, thl ,animal :went wrong, and in nn interval of repose the young Centaur, dismounted,' quickly set it right, and vaulted lighltly. into the siddle agiain.. The lively3 filly; com anenced .to nmake play innmnedlitely, ivith nd-iow curvet,' then at pirouette, aihd anoiih :a r?iiscole, 'till the animual hi?d pretty is ll e.h;a...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE TRARALGON. TntnAT1.GON -3-. lout. li.: IHampton. A. 1, Gv?. LL.-Irg. I). tunorjl, I:. \'lli+, .1. linye; I'eterkin and Cu. ' "l Cinmherlaiin. T. (Camnberldii:' A. Cinani b~rIniui, jtuar. F~. No~rth. IL. O'Gorisa. A. don, A. Dunaldhram C. 3lilnn. T. CGpdlvl. G. !niniil (3), IV. Glold. P. .Ilnudlllc. 1Grv. 1'. Mercer and other., I m.n, %Vrilht. A. Nadeullluuaclhr -(2). Thailr . Nyod. Tiinha. J. Manoxiuld. A. Breean, P. hlnattni, It. Hioudtuw, F. Willis.,,.,, A. C. ArcI'ihalW, 1. lDarn; (I. I)a".onn: 1'. W. yturdcdh, WaIlr M arsin, L M1.trtiII. A'. Mi~o.r,. A. F". MIJ,.rial~t. It. "lIig~alI. G. '.lomitg, IVy.(c. (2I).1: l, %I. K-lle t·. Flecmiilk V:. mit:;

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THE WARRAGUL GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

THE WARRAGUL GHOST. There'has leen considerable excite ment in Warragul, Buln Buln and the neighborhood lately oNyng9 to t s, ghost. havinj made itis ppemnnce in agully near therii 'nif Mr ~ . Rogers. The apparition having beena seen by. mnoli than one person, a party of four.started one nightto huiiiit it, the leader being arimil vith' a gun. Suddeinly the spectre'appe.redl,when the man with the gun dropped his weapon and fell down in a fit, while two of his coIn panions ran away, and the tlhird after rnning:hnsohise distance, returned,and assisted hispl adcer homo. Such an effect was produced on this nman that we hea?ithat he lims ihad more thazi one fit sinee,'and hd will not now sleep ina lintt by hihself ias was his wont before he saw thoe ghost.. The yooung ladies in thli~izei liborhood are discon solate, viwe understand, ,because thliir loveri will'not da-e to visit them after ;fghtfall. We ivre informed" on Saturday last that a large party had b?e ii m'ade ?up -to "go- ?d -....

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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DR. TALMAGE ON THE CHOICE OF A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

DR.-- TALMAGE ON -THEE CHOICE OF A WIFE. Theelelifatisitb A eTitr rptachtv, Dr, Talmage, is now Cengagd in preach ing a series of sermons on the impor tant subj ct of ,"Marriage." Ap pilnded are a few pieces of advice ten dered by' him in his first sermon to young men on the' Choice of a Wife": -" First of all seek Divine direction. Albout 35 years ago, when Martin Farquhar Tupper urged men to prayer before they decided upon matrimonial association, people laughed. And some of them hinve lived to laugh on the other side of their mouths. The need of Divine direction I argue from the fact that so many men-and somle of them strong and wise-have. wrecktd their lives at this juncture. \Witness SaUnsoI and the woman of Timnath ; witness . Socratcs, henpecked of the historicahl Zaitippe; witness Jol,,whose wife had nothing to prescribe for his carbuneles but allopathic doses of pro fanity; witnies Aimnias, a' liar, marry ing as great a liar as himself, Srpphirs; witness John n esley united...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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CORRESPONDENCE. REV. CHARLES STRONG AND THE PRESS. (To the Editor of the Traralgon Record) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

s CORRESPONDENCE. REV. CHARLES :STRONG AND THE S1 2PRESS. (To the Editor of the Torallgon Record), . Sin,--I. ave,rud with interest-your leaiderin iitsuo-of the 25tt instantevi dently written "more in sorrow than in anger." Permit me toti'asikyour readeni to think thatt justas "a ho?xest. se, sile, antd well-bred man will not insult me" so a kindly, gentle, genial, and cultured man, a ImLster in the use ofwoerds, spoken, or written, and alwaysmusiig his power'oat the side of , what is true and right and beautiful, could nt if6ssihly have intuded to speak unkindly 'or disrtlectfully of that large :iid influential section of',eiety who carry on the znevspl atmbs-hmmne of this colony--hlut just :ts professor hIIuxle in his., scientitie.lJectmues, paLys li-Ig and reverent tribute, to all earnest-seŽkers :aft.? ~thatl* .flt ct! ?ms.rit? and inilal ages. yet c:ims the term " pot-hunting" to mark his scorn of those who ti'y to crarn just cuough of somue science to enable them to scorao' .t...

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A RUNAWAY LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE. EXTRAORDINARY VAGARIES. Adelaide, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

A RUUNAWAY LOCOMO TIVE ENGINE. --0 EXTIRAORDINARY VAGARIES. [By WVi:~.--From our Correspondent.] Adelaide, Sund:iy. A ':c:ious accident bccuired at the tov er:muenit work. hops yestercay. An engine stulding m: iuilot outside the running iih'cd 1bol ted, .ad after running agyunst niotihel engine ins thie salute trnLyk, tavelled o.l to the paint shops and then retiruned to tlhe st:rting point, driving four engines pell-imell on to one aii?ther, and finally comning to a stand still. The ru::awaty enginie, which weighed 70 tols, canic fromn the Balddvin Lxeoiinti-e work'sholps Phila delphia, and hlad' never been on the tiills line be.ore, as it was usually e:iployed for shunting work. The engine had been fired, and owing to some unisiman:agement of tie .lever, vhich is of a soimewhiat complicated kind, tihe engine moved, and the man1I who was cleaning it inmnmediately jumped ol.: Another better acquaintedl with its workings then endeavored to stop the locomotive, but failing to do so, h...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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MIRBOO. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

MI.BOO. (Prom our own correspondent.) MIonday. On Tuesday the 25th instayt au ini portant meeting of the Iloolara and Mliroo Traunay'Leaguc 'ias- held :at Goldsmith's hotel, the secretary Mr John Jagoe and a fair atttendance of members were present, and in the ab sence of the president, MIr F. C. Pring was voted to the chdir. The minutes of the previous incetiitg, :rd of a co:n imittee meetilng wer re ad atnd con firmed, the, correspondence was then ua?d and dealt with. It wavs then pro posed :hyM5IrrElolli gvorth, sebonhled by Sir r:~tcehfield, sear., aid' carried after dtie deilberation that only those who contribute l0s to the funds be considered iinembirs of the League, and. have a vote in the inue, arid that vot ing by proxy be allowed. Tie secre tary then read the report from hMr Ititson, railway surveyor, who has made a survey of two routes both of which be declares quite practicable, and speaks in glowingiterms of the specimens of fruit and timber he saw on :the route, and u...

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THE ESSENDON FOOTBALLERS IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

THE ESSE''D ON. FOOT BALLERS , IN TASMANIA. We extralct the following from a pr tivctflctter fron? a lmember of the E.scmlon F6otball Club at present ini. Tas?nt?ia, whicnh Will probably be of interect to football circles:-" We left [Melbourne on Thursd:y .week: at one ~,clock p.m., arriving a t Launceston at .a qutrter past 'one pln; on Friday. We were lnet IV the TL:unIestoI team and driven ri?ntd theto?.ln, afterwards l;eing; entertained: at. a l]:clmhon. ";atr'day evening we were inlvited to the theattr,'but ihad to lebve the lday at ten o'clock so as to catch the half pistt tea;tain to H"ob:rt ., There is somlle I?agllficent sceneliv to be seen on the journey, the; mountains all round being covered with snow. We ?did niot rach Hobart's. until :a quarter to -ine "Sunday morning.: 't was bitter cold, to ±ou lmay guntas wljenwe reached our.: dnati? :ji? t we were p)retty well k!nocked up.. ' J reference to the Launceston nmi:tel," you .will see 'we were beaten, but.Lwe hadl terrib...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (From Melbourne papers.) London, May 27. The concessoiton proposed by Mr Gladstone at the meeting of' Lil~l moembers, which he conve?tnd in t,:. nexion with his lomle Rule Bill to the effect that Irish nmeatbers should be retained in the House of ColotuJaa for the dealing with questions of Imperial chanrcter. Mr Chamlierlain and other Radical remained absent from the matoin convened by MIr Gladstone as a test amainst the convener's exclu,., of the moderate members of thle part from his invitation. A number of the Radical uIneber are des?rting Mr Cha::itrluii ill th attitude of oppositioln h, ha:s hither]( taken up towards the bill, and hIe hili self is now expected to suppert the second reading, the passing of 'shidh is considered assured. Mr Spurgeon, in sanmc renmark, h has made concerning the bill, I('t-t, a protest against the d?esertigun ~of the Protestant inhabitants of U lster wthi is initxjied in it, and .iys he co?:idtrs the hole scheme tile dtu a lrro,; ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

BIRTH. COATES.-On the 23rd May, the wife of Mr   K. A. Coates off Loch Park, Traralgon, of   a daughter. DEATH. KAYE-On the 28th inst., at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Sale, Thomas Joseph, the   infant son of Edwin Kaye, of Traralgon, aged 19 months.  

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

GIPIPSLAD STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, May 20. M1essrs Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.--Market about 10.4 better. Oar sales--cows, inferior to good, £5 Os to £6 10s ; heifers, L4 17a id to £7 10s, latter prime; vealers, £1 10s to £2 10s; bullockcs, small, £7 .to £7 15s. Store Cattle=-About same as last week. At Maffra we sold bullocks to £5 17so; cows, £3 10s to £4 15s, latter in condition; 3 years steaer, £3 5s to £4 5s ;i 2-yr heiferm £2 Is to £2 D9s; 18-mnouths steers and heifers, £2 to £2 i. At'sale not' iimny forward, which sold same as day hefore. Sheep:.-Fata selling well; stores limited demand. Pigs.-Dull. Hloroes.-Good Indians selling well. On Saturday a.t Sale wewe yarded 70 head. Mr Holmes' E:glleiale mob sold fromn £7 to £24 10s; M3r Higgins' lot, £7 15s to £14 10s. These two lots were good honed sorts, but mostly under the height for Indian buy era. Nuntin's lot, £13 10.r to £20, aver age £15 13s; other odd lots, hacks, £4; 10s to L19I 15s ; Indians, L20 ;, c...

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THE KIMBERLEY GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

THE KIMBERLEY GOLD ' IELDS. Tihe-;following letter from lMr. Inhert;Purvis appeire(l in the "Dubbo Despittehl :--"Will on please publish this letter in your valuable journal for the bilietit of the public, and especially the digger, who-is dalways eager to rush to places, whether prepared or not, hcedless of all consequences. As I have just come back from Kimberly district, Western Australia, after nine months propecting and exploring, I am able to give full information about it. We made up a party in Port Darwin, and came over to Cambridge Gulf in a boat that was chartered by a storekeeper, who brought 37 tons of goods, and started building ia store at the Gulf, He brought over a quantity of fowls ant: geese, which did not reign long, being eaten up by the alligator's andl snakes in a short time. After waiting six weeks for the horses, which travelled over froim Port. Dlti'win by Iand-one of our horses w.aspeae?l by the blacks' a the Gulf-w-c started, six of us, and 22 horses, up t...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. WRECK OF THE BY EE MOON Melbourne, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

LATEST INTELLIG, NCE. (By wirse Frori-our own Correspondent.) WRECK OF THE LY EE MOON .Melbourne, Mondav evoeling. Great excitement is occasioned by thencivwsof the wreck of the Ly Ee M3oon, which took place ofi Cape Green about 9 o'clock last night. Tihe vessel left here on Saturday afternoon for Sydney, with about 70 on board, crew and: passengers. Five passengers sanal ten of the crow are saved, including the captifaini. The news to hand is very meagre, but she is believed to have gone ashore in a fog. When he posi tion was discovered, she ywas heading direct for the shore. She parted in two amidships, and the fore part sanki immediately. '1 he afterpart remained on the reef till morning,and then sank. A numnher.of ladlies were on boar?dl, but none were saved. The Rev. W. Poole Baptist minister, bof Sydney,-i-as saved. Cape Giee:i is 20 miles nortL of Gabo Isla.nd. The:Sydoej" people have 4es ."ptclmed a rescue vessel.: Several -sin gular escapes are"spbken of. Two ladies, whose ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

SUNDIIY SERVICES. I InII t 1'resbyteriain Church on ';n:da:v mIortiong, the Rev. Mfr. Taylor, .,Ak his -ub ,cut of discourae fronm the :ith chptr of Corinthians, mad 27th e.-'V: '" It is applointd unto lmen once to ,ie, c.' " ro: earliest ye?rs the mention of deat.lh illed us with awe and drd, whic, llesll, s the yealrs rolled by, in a ulms'ure lssefned, either be tnuse of our having become callous anlt a-,sorlcd inl th things of the present; or lvLause dtc;th to us mteant the in 1ri:0in" of a better statei. The lna tri:list, with his opinion of gradual dear arod :1'uttir uxu:.ihaion;:? the pan thei t, who s lieves in the absorption of man a:t iitli into' the one great ,p lilt of the universe, f.)1.u ,:hence it amei ; the Jless who bllOeves in god, but deniesii thle attiity of Christ our tvit ur with :0. is ((o"; I:1 these,.withi their iudefinit ::nd imiperfeet views, present but a g.loomy asp1ct to 'the mind of the .iseeker ater truth. You usk the Christian his I itei-pretation of ...

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COMMERCIAL. TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

COMMERCIAL. TRARALGOO MARKETS. Messrs -Mariage, Onrr and Co. re?ort : On Friday, 28th inst., we held clearing out sale for Mrs Kilmartin, o,f-her stock, implements and sundriesd The day was rathcr wet and gloomy, however a good attendance rolled up, and the bidding was good throughout. Milkers and spriigi-s I ran from LI 2s (id to L5 s Gd ; calces, 29s; horses, L7 to L13 153s; sows wiith L3 12s 6d i; a'ndres brouglit very satis factory prices, we also sold for various owners some nice young springers LI3 15s to L4 15s. On Saturnlay, 82th inst.. we held clearing out sale for Mat. Iout, Esq., at his liomnestrad, Mirhoo North. The a;:tOtndr.ce was lar.ge, and everything sold well, after the sundriesA we sold the live astock fit the folhidwig rates :-Pigs, i rod sows L2 o.L4, stores 18s to 25s, slips So to I Is ; Springer,, LT. to LS as d ; adry cows, L-I to L5 0s ; Steels, LI to i -110,:; working hullocks team of 12 at LI7 12s id; Iorses, hacks L15 to LI t, druught brood mhres LR. to L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

TOWN DIREOTOAY. Ta RIPn;cv-Ninety-~even miles from M.el-taarnc.? the m:?j Gippaland line, at the jun:tien oi the Ii field line. Shir' CounnL--Pra.ident, J. Pe: kil Esq., Cr..nciior-, Mrse:e G. Fir. .- D npbell. II. . rerd. B.tdyromb, Ibdher. r \raytb, Mill, eand Vrney; Shire S??retat sad Eng-icer, Mr Js:cs Campbell ; Rtae Colle:!or. Ve-;s I:-;pectcr, :c., F. :'M'n seid; Tr'cb;..:.J.tL Reed, manager of Bank ofAustralasia; Health Office,Dr Montgomery Inspector ot Nu:sances, Constable Donoghue; the Council also act as a Local Board of Health, and meet for business on thesecond Wednesday in the month at 11t a.m. Law.-I'olice Magistrate, A. W. I owitt, Esq., who holds courts on the fourth Thurs. dayinevery month, the Justices of the Peace presiding on the second Thursday, at 10a.m.; Glerk of Court, and also Electoral Registrar, Mr Charles Dn Ve : Justices of the Peace, Messrs J. Peterkin, Dr Morrison R. Young, W. Whittake:s, B. Mackay, and J. Sykes. Solicitors.-H. B. Serjeant, Neville's ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

GOVERN ENT GAZETTE. Mincaml le ne to be grmnted.--No. 7-7, F. C.. MIsin, "The Narracan Valley Coal Mining Coiipany, No Liability," 516a, arm?ca' Vdalley ; No. 7-S, G. Moore, "iThe Narracam Valley Coal .Mining Coinm pany, No Liability," 640. The followingarceas have been increased ; all applications mustt 1h heged before the .18th June :-B!lck A, 20s, . Tomjil, foi fei?cd by G. Nicholson ; block .? Tnigiu West, 3117, flireited by P. Dolan ; blixk A, 305;a, Allnllbee st, forfeited by Jcinm .Farmer. . License, dc. revoked, caimclled, etc. G. BEl (gra:ii),. idliil.t la; J. Burden, Omeo ; A. . Strettle Noojee; R. \W. S. G.rig. DaTrnumi; J. Horrocks, M ndalnrm; T. Fairleirn , t uldgere ; 1b Woront, iEnltr?h: i'r. Applications not grantcd.-D. Wilsot, 'Orbost J.Shai?ahan,.Terlite ;P:Tsehudy, Allanlbce East; C.. f.urnlpr, Tamnbo; T. James, Bingo-31urijic. ' Certifigat apprvcd.--W.. Li. Futcher, Gitlhrd. Licene alpproved.-- . LHobson (grazing), Paolnerton. Lenses a?proed.l-W. Allen, Toongab h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 June 1886

Lost nd round. .OSTI.--lRoan heifer, bmdnletd oB near "12"T?ili1nast - see. near Trail gint. uii reward for informaliont l.ul it t - ii icreryrr. Apply 1. no:);, Morwcll, I OST from Maryvmle, rid ind white stcr, Ji bearing TI on mear rat;ip and ,thet bmrnd. ti reward will c ,abii, ant y pe:r sot giving informnation that will lead t ts dicoecry. Apply to LOST from Tnz.elwolod.-! l ta) h- .Ir l.t oa forf foot. l chvte,..L hu-. i feet white. I bnrowin h -u, ;ild ti. a? e, :0 rewatrd on delivery of alfntv to t I;OllI)ING, l:az.lwuoodt, or 'onkti ns Itito' lunvrwcll. ' LOST from Trarnlgot, bay ,poiy n ire. L. bl.tde!- near shlnlder. lus rewa'.l Sen returnin'g omi1l to E.A. C.OAl'IES, loch lPark. SOST, Bay Malnr, TN onil shoull:r, hilp 4 dutvn.'Fildcr rwaructl on applicationu W. WELLWoo. LiveryrStablt.s. Tr'amigon. ror Salo or To bmo. SI10 LET--1I n.re Farm, creek froniltage 1 . aS_,. I lolbl id Tip Dray, Contractor Applpy--l.'lt; ,l.tLlr;Tr.uraiion. -Olit SALE, llEAl'.-Oine titree-h !rae...

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