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INDIAN FAMINE FUND. FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

INDIAN 'FAMINE FUND. FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. £ ? d Amount already acknowledged.. 3.1 17 2 o.m ? ; ? 2 2 0 M. Quinlau ? 0 3 0 Mrs. Quinlan ? ? ? 0 2 oj John Quinlan ? ? ? ? 0 1 fll Miss Quinlau , ? ? 0 10. H. M Cowdroy ? ? 0 3 ol Mm. Cansdoll ? I 1 0 1 J. Bildstcin ? ? 0 2 Oj P. Hcnrenhan ? 0 2 01 F. Wnllailoy ? 0 2 6 Prod. Ottnn ? 0 2 0 W. OooU ? 0 2 G 1!. JABDINE, Hon. Treat.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

ft ir nsciil i» i to x ! 1 0 s . 1' k it An n u .m . Singlo Copy, !lil. s*ONit. *£& 11 %l PRODUCE lf| farmers' agents * and— — ^ Iff %q= operative STOCK I ./j Auctioneer?, ; 'I I Kcmpann, — i;^t y||: ^ 'rlHlltcdj Sussex & Liverpool Streets, \flf Sydney. ^ SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL - - £20,000. ? ' A&. I c'ii.1 W.M. MolIILLAX, Esq., Sru.snv. ' Cai'T. A- J- °- THOMPSON, ) 'f; Mcnasoi.i:. ^ ALEX. CAMPBELL, Ksg., P W.L.A., OKiiitiNiioso. H n. h. DYMOCK, Esq., Jamueiiou. JOHN KKASElt, E.sy„ y, \ ^ Ai.iiiok Park. y\ . DONALD KENNEDY. Esq., MlI.Tu.s-. CEO. PI.UMMEU, Esq., Smitiitown. JOHN CLARK K, ICsg., Siii;ku-.oi». C!KO. liUANSDOX, Ksg. , Koi.i.anh's Pi.ai\*s. AHTHL'K NM'KLK, K^g., IIwja. JOHN M(.)N*A(iHAX, toy., r.KUKIJ^S, t'iu .SilOALIIAVKN. ?H'' C v ^ A FEW SOLID REASONS 1 HryZ Tmmmmmmm ? WHY THIS COMPANY SHOULD BE SUPPORTED: '^C I* — T',ft Company is purely Co operative, and its operation* are directed ,nun wl,0*u intere.sU are inseparable from those of their consti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

ItUHilM'HM Oir-M!lor,V lOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Oliiircli-sti'cct, ll«-KU- adjoining thk hank motel. Material and Workmanship GlTAUANTEfcl). PROMPT ATTENTION to OltPERS. i3' Call and Inspect Patterns. WHYMAN & BROOKS,' COACH & BUGGY BUILDERS, Ac., &c., Standard* Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Made or Ropaired on tho Shortcut Notice. I3S- OUR TRICES are corsuttunt with HONEST WORKMANSHIP. rjy HE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — Minn- REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Chriat'M Hospital and the University of London (Firat Dir. Certificate), and cor* certificated by the University of Melbourne, Late Senior \aaUtant Waiter at Eton (Q). TfiRMS and all information in«y be ob tained on application. -fy Evening Classes, Shorthand Classen, and Private Tuition for tho Universities OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, Corrcr of Carp and Auckland Streets, - I) Ii (J A — MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE in TOWN. 01 .«f! to Onrral Sit!;- V in!1 ltE-'l' RltAND-S of WINES, SPIRIT-, ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF AUGUST. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OP AUGUST. GHURCn OF ENGLAND Sunday, S6th— Bcffa, It and 7J0. WatUgoot, 3 Thursday, 8 pjn., Choir practice P. BEVAN, B.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

Spocial Advertisement*. , ^ F. A. ORMISTON, iPHARMACiiUTICAL CHEMIST, CARP-STREET, B KGA, («- MSrVltliV OI'I'OSITIC PaST OFI'Klii) BEGS to announce that he has ununited Hit MANA.GKR of hit* CIlEMISTlty BUSINESS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Lato Man'ijror of Loading Kstiiblialiiiieuta in Sydnoy and Ooulburn.) UAVlNIi ADDED EXTICNSI VF.I.Y TO HIS STOCK, ho in iu n position to SUPPLY THE WANTS OF CUSTOMERS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Ctiunlry Order* promptly nttendeil to. , SPECIAL OAHE GIVEN TO ORDERS BY POST. JQENTIS TK Y MR, ORMISTON. DENTAL SURGEON, CAKP-STRKKT, BEGA, Opposite School of ®r CROWN AND 'BRIDGE WOtlK A SPECIALITY. J-j EN T I 3 T R Y F. G. HEADY WlLIt VISIT BEMBOKA ON FRIDAY, 21m AUGUST, Permanent Addross : — CARP-ST., BEGA. ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVI GATION COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LKAVX SVDXKY every MONDAY aud WED NESDAY- at noon EDSNovory WEDNESDAY at S a.m., and SATURDAY. 6 a.m....

Publication Title: Southern Star
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IN IDLE MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

IN IDLE MOMENTS. [DT B0HK3CIAN.1 Sous egregiooa ass has been sufficiently wanting in judgment 00 to send a pamphlet to 'Bobomi&n,' asking tbat brain-racked individual to express ao opioioo on tbe ?womanhood-suffrage question. Being of a condescending aud obliging torn of mind, 'Bohemian' prooiplv complied ; but be must say that tbo opinion was not ooucbod in tbe moat pulito languago, nor was it calculated to strengthen tbo caoie of womanhood* suffrage. Talk about'supporting woman hood suffrage! Why it takes 'Bohemian* ail bis time (tbe idlo momenta iucluded) to aopport tbo vomao of bis fanoy and the myriad little Bohemians without de voting time aod energy to ber suffrage — or rather want of it. Besidos there aro euougb old women in Parliament now without giving her tbe instrument to put moro of her kiduey there. Most women dote upon a vote, And upon bor many woes, For brutal, man can't take tbo Tan Without treadiog on ber toes. ; Up Kiama way a man namod James bad 00 less t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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HEARD ROUND TOWN! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

HEARD ROUND TOWN! Tbe query what's going lo become of the local football club ) That when a girl encourages a fel low for about two years and then throws him over, be cao for the first time see tbe freckles on Iter nose ; ami That something like this lately took place in Bega. That at a fcliool in a northern town ship the oiber day the Innp»ctor whb exHmlning the pupils :n Scripture ; and That in reply to a question as to what they would do wiih a amn who got tho leprosy in M ? , a youngster replied quite seriously 'Send him to Ireland 1' That in a church not far from Bega tbe collection is taken up in a cup; but That the po.ir clergymnn has never yet bad occasion to 8*y 'his cup of joy was brimming o'er.' That a local family discovered an invoice in a loaf of bread obtained from a Bega baker recently. That there wan: onn itorm on the 8howground on Saturday. That the barracking element whs altogether too strong at the match ou Saturday ; and Tbat such expressions as 'G'arn, you're n...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Tussdnv. Tiie Promior bus rocoivod n oable stating that Privates Duff, Wurdoll, and Gibson woro killed at Elauds River, and that Privnto Walker and Sorgeaot Mituholl have ..died from ivouods. Privato Ralston was eovorely wounded, and Privato tianson is mmBiui;. The steamor Wilcnunia, with re turning invalidod troops, leftCapotowD on tho sixtoontb instant. Tho Queensland trackers bavo again picked up tho tracks of tho Governors. A Btrong party is in pursuit. All tho ablo bodiod aboriginals aro boing transferred from Wnllnr camp to tho Mudgoo lock-up on a chargo of vagrancy. It is propoBod that a board repre senting all iho buttor oxportiog colonies be formed in London to ar range for tho regulation of supplios. Mr. W. G. Gorman, manager of tho Brilliant Block Mine, Charters Towors, yostorday fell down a shaft two hundred feot deop, and was danhod to doath. A foreign seaman was brutally assaulted and robbed last night ia Elizaboth-stroet, between Kine and Hunt...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

BEMBOKA (From our Correspondent.) Like Bhj;* folk, Bi'mhokaiteo do not u|i|-reciate the nunio ''Narriga,' al lotted to oar federal electorate, but ho many names are suggested instead of it that, if it were left to. us to deoide, I am afraid we would never fix on a name. What does it miittei, any how 1 Residents hero would like to hare the district included in tbe penny pont »t;o area being asked for by Bega. We aro as closo to Bega by road as Mo gilla is. J regret to annonnco the death of Mr. ThoB. CharapnuyH, J.P., which occurred at his home, Clyde Bank, on Sunday morning last. Deceased had reached a ripe ago, but 'up till a little while back waa. able .to gjst anout freely, and thought nothing of, a trip to Bega. Ho leaves a grown-up, jfaraily of five eons and two daughters, - some of tho former being at presettt 'In Queens land. He was buiiod at' Kainoiukn on Monday, the faneral being very largoly attonded, ampl^. 'shoeing -.hn esteem .in which the gentleman had been held. ' ; A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

SPA.CE — IS FOR— A. J. DISHER & CO., — THE — mb mi asi sToas, — WHERE - , -EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. r ? A fc, MU8IC M WL « I P08TED BY M i Prom 1853 I return. 1 I Till Mow fl I Paling's l Pianos & j Organs 1 I 'H*« I | stood | 1 the f f Test.' | Iann; Hence their £ SFIID ' I OR GO TO 4 F/ILINQ'5 j) FOR EVFRYTHINC MUSICAL ^ | Violins Cornels fl 1-Janjos Guitars V Mandolins Fluids k- Aiilciiarps Po!\ phons 1 Concertinas .Vcordcons * &c., &c. g CATALOGUES FREE. 1 E\ LOWEST PriJCES. V f SPALiNti^ (! fc ? 333 CiiCnCf ST., SYDNEY. I Lie— ?-

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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. Lord Roberts has issued a proclama tion staling I hat as tho Boers havo not appreciated liiu leniency, 8--rere treat ment will be melcd mu lo l-urgficr» ! who have taken the nulh of neutrality and pfijur.nl tticni»':l ves. punishment lo be by death, im(.i i-oi.ui-nl, or B.ie. Another Bu«r outrege 1* reported at Krugeiwiorp. A 'British putrol.wi? attacked on the farm of a iiurgbtr «ho had su rendered. One uf the patrol was found with bis brains beaten out and his body riddbd with bullets. Two arrests woro made. tn Pjwell is holding a strong position north-east of RuBtenberg, and is shadowing Do Wet's line of retreat. Tweuty Diagoon Guards surprised a hundred Boers laagered near Kotaeea' Drift, and a waim engagement ensued, the Dragoons doiog great elocution in tho enomy's ranks. Duriug street fighting in Pekin, eight Americana were wounded. The inner city is being bombarded. Lord Salisbury refnnes to negotiato for peace until tbe ambassadors are safe at...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

EVENTS TO COME. itetfA School of Arts Club rncct-f orcrj' alternate Friday Ladies' Lodge ot thu O.U.O.O.p. meets Thursday fortnightly Loyal Prince Alfred Lodi^e, M.U., meets ou Mou day. vonin{ Star'* Lodge. I.O.O.F., meets on Monday Masonic Lodge, Beg* moeU on Second Toosday in each month. Boga A., P, and H. Society's Committee mt-oU flr«t Tneauay of tlio mouth. FirstTuosday in each moniii, Conncil Good Templars meotovury Tm*sdur Commons Trustees meet last Tuesday in cach month Jospita) Committee mteh Su;ond WcdNtwd«y i» cach month Bega BenerMent Society niet'ta socond Tnosday in each month 8chool of Arts Committeo mcots First Thursday in each month [Information fao Utdfron StcretarUs] PUBLISHED XT DEOA OK WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. ??Bb jui*t| and foar njt: let all tho ends thou aim'sfc at bo thy country's, thy God's, and truth V' WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 22, 1900.

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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

SYDNEY MARKET |lfePORT. Tho Berrima Dist tot Farm and Dairy Co. report on August 1 ~tb : — Creamery butter 10d, factory 0}. separator 81 tofld. dairy tijd to 1]\. Bacoo 5J1 to 5J-I. Hame Gd to 8d. Lard 4 jd to od. Prime choose 51 tn 5$ I. Eggs 6}i to 7Jd. Tutkeys 4s Gd to 12s. Fowls 2* 9d to ?Is 6d. Potat'ie* 55* to 70a. Clarko and Co. report on August 16 Buttor— Crosmory lOd, faotory Sd to 9$d, dairy 7d to 8d ; cheese— loaf 4jd to 5|i, large 4Jd to 5d. dull ; bacon, country* oared 4d to fid ; lard— bulk 3d ; egg* Gd to7d; honey 1 Jd to 2£d, good domand ; tnaizo 2s 6d to 2- 7d ; pig* — baoooors 37a 6d to 67a 6d. porkers 17s 6d to 26*. good domand; turkeva 4a to 12a. geoso4- to 5s, ducks 2s Gd to 3a Gd. fowls 2i 6d to 3* Gd, poultry of all deacriptions in good demaod. IIIII. Clark and Co. roport Fat pip market fairly suppliod on Friday last. Baconern were again in strong demand and enld well. The market fjr porkers opened well, but closed lover; prospect* aro. however, good for all c...

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The Football Dispute. (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

The Football Dispute. fTb the Eiliter 0/ th- 8outH*rn Star.) SlB,— Knowing your love of fair play, I anticipate that you will find space in your popular paper for a few romarka on tho action of the Boga men who refuaed to play io tbe match on Saturday la-t. , To my mind, tho action of the five Boga men wbo walkod off tbe .field was vory unsportsmanlike, and X venture to atato tbat it has dooe incalculable barm to tho ; gamo io your town, as very few of tbe 1 members of tbo combiood team will ever go tbero for a game again. Bo it remem bered tbat some of our playors bad jour neyed forty miles to take part in tbo match. As to Storman. the playor ob jectod to, be is known and rospectod right | through tbo district aa a very fair op ponent, and a gontloman. 1 challenge any of tho solf-stylod 'men of principle' to refote my statemont. Further tban I this, Storman has nevor roceived fair I treatmont in Boga. For somo unknown 1 reaaou be baa, on overy occasion ho ap ' peared on Boga ground...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

HEALTH, STRKNGTH, ENERGY, Pepper's Quinine and Iron Tonio i« bacinif, vivifying, sustaining, dispels de prcasion, cures Indige.ition, Neuralgia and a'r ac^ea or paina. Pepper's the only reul shlilling Bottlea Tonic. ( A SPOTLESS COMPLEXION Sulpqolinp Lotio.v clears off al) iraper fectiona iu a few days. Pimple, Blemitdiofl, (rritatintr objectionable Appearances, Rod .ie«w. Roughness, lan, Uncomfortablp Skir Disfigurement*, entirely fade away, leaving a beautiful akin Shilling Bottles of Snl oholitiH Valuable Discovert for tbe Hair. — If your hair is turning gro-- or whlto or falling off U60 tho ??MhXICAN HAIR RENKWER, or it will positively restore in every cat* drey or J rhite hair to its original colour, without having tho disagreeable smoll of most ' Re storers.' It mates tho charmingly hair beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of tho hair on batd spots, where the glands are net decayed. Ask your chemist for mthk Mexican Haiu Rekewek,' sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 August 1900

In our last issue there appeared a cable* gram stating that the Parliamentary Under-Secretary ^lor Foreign Affairs (Mr, Brodrick), speaking at Surry, bad said that England was prepared, if necessary, to lund troopa at Sbanshai to protect pritisD rije htB and was do terrained to risk everything, and put forward all her strength, before allow ing BriiUh interests to go down in any part of the world. These aro big wordB, and aro tantamount to an ultimatum to Runeta and Franco, to whom they HrooHtooeibly addi-8deJ. For many years it-hn^hfi^p patent to tne Htudent of thu worldji politics that the decaden^eof thitCbineseemptre would be reaponrfible for strainbdrelationabei ween the greaL Powers, each °f whom has wolfish doHigns on country. Doubtless what prompted , Mr. Brod rick to mako such a' bombasiio state ment was the recent aoiioo of' France in landing 3000 men at Shanghai, ostensibly for tho purpose of protecting th° French concession there, but in reality as a rejoinder: to Great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

rr TJ f n : 'Not merely a work (if : 1 XI Hi : reference. i« I* «'-- : : aultod when tome qui'S- : Jj L 1 HiKA nl : -, reading library of tho : ; choicest character — one : TRE A SU RES i &'ZS r. Wt I ; companion in bia own . OF T1IK : home.' | 'ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA'| Now tlmt umior llm mnm-InI unantr rnuitt made liv tlie London ??Times' the T3NGY LT.OPRDIA nitlTANNlUA haa Icen i.rmijrht i-oiufor'lably within tho ini-ans of tbo New Suutli Walrs publi.j, them will Ui few 1111111111; tlmw who t.iko prido in the p^&xmion of it Kcnenil library who will lnnjror remii 1 willicmt this monumental publication. It is ohar uct.ri.lio, but it is none tli« Ii-m. remarkable tlmt somo of thu riiiest mid most faultier work of our contemporary writoni Iiuh boon dunu f.r tlio KNUYULUPJEIilA. Following tho tradition of Lord Macauluv. of h Kim-ration rwo though tho tnulilion was n-ally tstab li«hod lontf before thu foVomiMt ..f Entfli-h men of 1-tters. iiko tho moat uiniiiont Englis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

THIS SPACE — IS FOR- . A. J. DISHER & CO., —THE — MM FUG CASH STBM, — WUEltK - EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND CHEAP. FIRST DISPLAY— Thursday, 7th inst. PflLINQ'5 I PMNO5 V are far' above the many £ 7 common place instruments k 7 on the market, and MUCH 4 jf CHEAPER. k t £a^a'ogues JFREE. 5 V Sole Agents for ? V a STEINWAY 2 7 rih BRINSMEAD 2 T Q°0 PEURICH 2 2 ^ L.IPP A SOHN k 7 GORS & KALLMANN t ? UEBEL. - ECKE ^T.v J c victor ♦ Ylv y C BELLING & V 5 £ ESTEY ORGANS. 9 £ EVERY KNOWN 9 ? MUSIOAL INSTRUMENT 9 7 8TOCKED - irraa^ J A Strings and Fittings. 1 SW.H.PALINC&CO.J T 338 GEORGE STREET, I I SYDNEY, „ 9 TX/TDNICIPAL DISTRICT OF BEGA TEMHvKS. TENDERS aro invited, and will be ro coivod up to TUESDAY, -»th SEPTEMBER uoxt, at 4 o'clock p.m., for LEASING, for a period of HVELVE MONTHS (from tho loth S»ptember) tho SALE YARDS l'AD DUCK in Rawlinsoo- street, containing about 164 acres. A Depoait equal to the Firsr Quarter's Bent must accompany each tender. The hig...

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INDIAN FAMINE FUND. FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

INDIAN FAMINE FUND. FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. £ ? d Amounts alroady acknowledged 38 1 8 Social ? ; 12 8 0 F. B. Hales ... .* ? 0 10 0 W. Irwin ? 0 10 0 Mrs. J. Gowiug ? 0 10 0 Dr. Fordyco ? 0 6 0 Mrs. Rnaonthall ? 0 6 0 'Sympathiser' ? 0 fi 0 T. D'Arcy ? (J 6 0 Miss D Aroy ? 0 S 0 Miss J. M' oro ? ..026 M. Mnrtuo ? 0 2 6 M. Finiicsoo ? 0 2 0 Loslio Quoet ? 0 2 0 P. Baleman ? 0 2 0

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The s.s Eden at Tathra [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 25 August 1900

The as- Eden at Tathra The usually quiot little port of Tathra prosooted a guy and animated appearanco on Thuisdsy, aa many people from Boga and surrounding contros obligingly allowed tbemsolven a holiday and botook themselves, their wivos and children to that pUco in order to iusonot thn mimh. advertisod I.S.N. Company'* now steamer. We, along with mostly evorybody ols», took advaulago of tho Company's invita tion and braved tho duit that is rospon aibla for so many cboico oxpletivoa (rom pleasure eoekers. Arriving about noon, ire were just in timo to soo tbo out-going ??Allowrio' put nut for Syduoy, and tho 'Edou' return from a eburt run out to sea with a fow visitors aboard. Onco tho gangway was adjusted it did not Uke aa long to iread the dock of tbo new steamer, and a cureory glance around convinced ua that tbo yessol was well named. Mr. Frauk Moyer took possession of us, and an introduction to Mr. Spoor, tho Com pany's popular aoting-mauagor followed, and tbat gentloman kopt b...

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