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Inadvertent Errors. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Inadvertent Errors. A reporter, having dined with somo friends, attended a lecturo afterwards, and favoured the world with tho following report : ' The lecturo last evening was a -' brilliant success. Tho Hall ought to . have been filled, but, wo are sorry to say only dO persons wero presont. Tho spoakor commenced by saying that ho was uy uiixu no au uuuiuhiuhi/iuui uuuuu tion ; gavo a learned description of Satan, and his skill in sawing trees. Among other things, ho statod that tho patriarch Abraham, taught Cocrops arithmetic. We trust that tho eloquent divino may bo induced to repeat tho lecture some other day.' This is what tho lecturer said to the reporter : ' Dear Sir, ?—In a report of my lecturo in your beatiful city, you mado some mistakes 4 ; ,y which I wish to correct. You havo ( ' made me speak of myself as by birth an ' ecclesiastical deduction.' What I said was not by birth, but only eccle siastically, a Dutchman. Instead of Satan sawing trees, I spoko of him sowing tar...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunstroke. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Sunstroke. TilE- symptoms of sunstroko vary much ' ) in difl'oront cases. Ofton without tho ,i ?' slightest warning tho pationt falls, gasps, . ]?. and expires before anything can bo dono for him. Soinotimes tho attack is less suddon iu its ruodo of onset, and tliero aro promonitory symptoms giving notice ; of tho coming dangor. The skin gets vory hot and dry, and one temper- ,i nturo vises 107dog., or thereabouts. Tho \ patient complains of giddiness, woakness, and nausea. Soon ho becomes hysterical - \ or delirious, and rushes out roaring with ? laughter; or perhaps screaming with m? } terror in an attempt to escapo from somo imaginary enomy. Peoplo in this stato ??;:??'. havo endeavoured to take their lives or to injuro thoso who havo endea- - vonrod to restrain them. After a ' timo tho patient bocomes insonsiblo, tho heat and dryness of tho skin augment, and tho closing sceno is ushered in by an attack of convulsions. In tho former variety doath ensues almost instantane ously, w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

r Official: Correspondence. I | Trrfc following lottor, addrossod to Mossrs. I Ewing and Hogan, M'u.P., Lub boon hundod § to, us for publication J Department, of Publio Works, Syduoy, /ijj 1 1 tli No vflrab'or, ^1 8 8 0 . Doar Sirs, — I ro tf grot that owing to tho inopportune timo at I ?which I passed through Oornki it wns im I possiblo for too to formally recoivo and I reply to tho addross which it wns tho in tontion ot tno rosiaonts prosont to ino. I hnvo now, however, to acknowlodgo tho recoipt of tho handsomo Address whioh was propurod for prosontation, and through you to thank tho rosidonts for thoir kind expressions of wolcomo. I may 8«y I havo a vory lively sonso of tho cordial wolcomo extendod to mo, as a roprosontativo of tho Govern nlont, by tho pooplo of tho Rich mond Rivor district, nnd I havo corao | away vory much improssod with tho mag I niflcont resourcos of tho district and tlio : groat futuro it undoubtedly lias boforo it. f. I think it ia a duty dovolviug upon ov...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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N. S. W. Polities. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

' , . '»!.». W. Politics. Tiie Melbourne Daily Telegraph thus comments on the state of politics in New South Wales : — ' By tho prorogation of Parliament, New South Wales has beon relieved, for ? a timo at least, from a crying scandal and disgrace. Tho proceedings of tho Jjegisiacivo Asscmuiy uunng mo closing months of a long-protracted sossion havo ?, :-a- been of a kind to bring discredit on s ; ? ? representative institutions. The Houso had lost its deliberative character, and had become converted into a bear-pit, where personal passion, foul language, and riotous conduct appeared to bo tho natural elements. Tho Ministry was attacked with a vindictivo bitterness be yond parallel, and as boat producos heat, so tho retorts upon tbo Opposition woro fashioned in tho samo form. Notwith standing a command of tho vocabulary of abuse not to bo surpassed by a gradu ate in the ? slums of Billingsgate, somo members found language au inadequate vent and on moro than ono occasion tho chosen r...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Business Announcement Extraordinary. The Morf liern Star GENERAL STORES ASH BAKERY. HMDS Has much pleasure in announcing that the above Stores arc now opened with the LARGEST STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE on the river, which has been most carefully selected, and being purchased FOR CASH, lie is in a position to supply his constituents with FIRST-CLASS GOODS at LOWER RATES than any other storekeeper in the district. J £ I SPECIAL NOTICE. f 8 I ?? .0 . 3 ? ? : — $ 2 § | 5 With tlie view of keeping pace with the ^ ! hh ^ g eh times I have erected Large and Commodious | § q ^ Premises, Stores and Bakery combined, and ^ ^ hri & w as hei etofore, Goods of First-class Quality only | | -h ^ | S are kept in stock, at Prices which defy compe- 3 w 2 ? W & § tition. My Bread is too well-known to need § S W . g comment, and is delivered as usual around town f hj PH 0 and by boat and steamer. The 'Northern Star' steamer will ran as usual, and Goods can be pur chased at customers ow...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Jockey's Career. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

A Jockey's Career. 1 AncnKR was born on tliellth of January, 1856 ? nnd was consequently in his 31st year at the E timo of his melancholy end. His father was n m jockey of somo pretejsiona, as in the year 18.®® ? „. he won t.ho Grand National Steeplechasii-lbn ? ^ Little Charlie in a field of 16. Tt(J» younj,' K Archor graduated under Mathow Da^scm, at k the timo-honoured Hoath Houso, Newmnrket, j nnd his first winning mount jvns on Athol ; Daisy in tho Nursery Handicap, nt Chesterfield, 1 when he was 14 yenrs old. Archer's first great success was in tho Cesarowiieh of 1872, whir.lt ho won on SylvanuR, carrying '5st. 7lb.; and on tho death of T. French, two years later ho was promoted to the position of first jookoy- in tho Heath House establishment. Thon, and for many years subsequently., he. was closely indnntified with the magpie jaoket and red cap of Viscount Falmouth, used in Australia by itir. uonaia waiiace. kroner's winning ? statistics are really wonrterfnl. For several I y...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Dairy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

JQuiVy Koics. The 'agricultural reporter of the1. Aitsirei- Idsiaiil ' in ; describirig the creamery ; of Messrs. Jackriian and Derrick, 'Roms'ey, furnislibs' some : usef til particulars - regard ing 'concentrated iriillc, 'wbich 'differs from j what 'is /known 'fas' '.''coriderised^milkj' or i ,'/'? Swiss , . miit '!, /'in'/ several 'important: ?points.. Condensed milk, is -preserved '.for: .the: -'purposed- of keeping;du ring . ;an . indc-j finite:period;' In tho process of preser-' virig, the ? Sratery .'part ; of' 'the - milk is' removed by heating it in'a yacu rim ]ian,: and a certain proportion 'of sugar is adde'i3./: ' /The/' presence '/of;; tlie .'sugar accounts. for the sweet tiis'td wliicli ; is -'a characteristic of ? condensed/ milk'. ^Con centrated milk, is not - intended to keep for an indefinite period, but is preserved in such a way as to make it keep good .sufficiently long to provide for transit , to the . consumer, and a reasonable time during the process of house...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Rather a Hard Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Rather a Hard Case. The St. James' Gazette, of September 6, remarks that the young woman who, in answer to her inquiry, was informed by a magistrate on Saturday, September 4, that she is not at liberty to marry again while her husband is undergoing 10 years' penal servitude, is very tliuch a . L. ? ! ? a.. J mi ? ? j. L .. _ ^great number of women (though all may not be, like the applicant in question, good-looking, and have a good offer) who are, as some of our most brilliant novelists would put it, nor maid, nor wife, nor widow. Shut off for more or less lengthy periods from all chance of the happiness for which some of the sex still think they were born, and with nothing to look forward to but the home corning of a felon, i their case is indeed a hard one. Under | the recent French Divorce Code, aj dissolution of the marriage contract! may be granted if either party is convicted of any felonious offence, nnd there is no valid objection against an Act of the kind becoming part of ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Two Clippers. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Two Clippers. 'I TnF.nE aro many people even in this colony who recollect the first efforts in propelling vossols by steam. At all largo marino exhibitions these recollections are revived ; und this was especially the case at tho Ljvorpool Exhibition, where the engines and. plans and a painting of the flAmnf nnn' nf f.lio (iraf. of n.imnfa in existence, wore on view. The Comet never , professed .to miiko more than one passage.' a day between Glasgow and Greenock, and on many an occasion she has left Glasgow at 10 a.m., and has not mado more than 10 miles before 2 p.m. As the. tide would then be on tho turn, passeiigors had to get out and walk the remainder, of the; distance. It wus no uncommon occurrence for tho passengers to take to. turning the .lly-wheel of; the Comet's engine, which was of four nominal horsepower. In 18G2 this engine ; was presented to the Museum of Patents at Sotith'Keusington. What a difference less-' than half a century has brought' about in steam navigation ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Tithe Agitation in Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

The Tithe Agitation In Wales. An cxciting scene occurred on Sept. 3 at the third sale of stuck in connection with the tithe war at Llnnfair, a small village two miles from Ruthin. The bailiffs were in possession of Mr. Owen's farm at Hendre, at the instance 01 tne vicar 01 ibc parisn, tne ivcv. Basil M. Jones, to recover the sum of £15 13s 4d tithes. There was a large crowd, and about forty police were present, under the command of the Chief Constable of Denbighshire The appearance on the scene of the auctioneer was the signal for loud and derisive cheering and hooting. Ten of the policemen acquainted with the Welsh language were told off to persuade the people not to interfere with the sale, which was delayed for some time by the crowd chasing the herd of cattle from one part of the park to another. The bailiffs were anxious to pick out the three cows seized — namely, a red and white cow, a black cow, and a red milch cow. There was an exciting chase, the crowd hooting and laughing ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Eat More Salt. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

£at more Salt. Dr. Bdkggiueve, a learned pvofossor of tho University of Ghent, has just pub lished a romarkablo work in which -ho endeavours to provo that anyone who will take tho troublo to follow his in structions may . become a centenarian. His system is merely a system of renova tion, and is simplicity itself. JLlie great panacoa for all ill which, lie professes to liavo discovered in salt, the rational use of which, he says, is a sure preserver of life. He affirms that good 'health 'is not a matter of chanco or constitution y' the laws which regulate human life, ar.o calm and regular, phenomena, and all wo have to do is to tako caro. that. .they, shall develop themselves without obstruction. According to the theory, salt is the great regularising agent.' If tho blood bo too rich, salt will clarify it; if the blood bo too poor, 'salt will strengthen it and furnish it with the. necessary : elements. Dr. Burggrae ve, quotes, several ; examples in'support of tlio sovereign virtue w...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Well-Kept Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

.., . A.'W ell-Isept Ccmutcry. '; ' : ' At a general meeting of tho Ipswich iCehi'etry.'tru'stees, ;held: recently, -it was | ? decided 'to' provide for , more, satisfactory/: I ?arrangements : than hitherto in cdrinection / jwitli/tli/e/iritermerit/of'the^ ^deadi; ' Mr/ J. ,/\Y I '-^e,d,.;im^^t:takef; sprit/ in' a ?_ lengthy .lettfir in wIiicK ho verv 'antlvVt-oiinted''.but. isey.cral matters, that'required. immediate, a I. ten tion, principally atnongst, which /.the riiVct)nvenicnce ;expei'ienced: a.t-Jtimes by delayfowirig.' to/graves (riot tbeing, prepared, iii cases\where''tlireoI-;arid\,7mo,re;i, funerals tpokplace'dri-tihe onfe day.'' Gonsiderablejdis-, rcuss'ion f ol lo weel res'ul ti'rig in theadoption of the following're'sOlutions'':— That Charles Salisbury should bo retained'5 as |wdrlcing 'supe'riiiterident '-rof ?Jtthe'.'f/ccmeteryr at'; a yearly -salary of £104- per year; -with free liouse,J the' salary '4o be paid'- monthly, and opo month's notice required on- either ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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A Modern Kip Van Winkle. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

A -Modern flSiy Viin WitaliDe. Mucn sensation has. been created in tlio 'little -^village of St. Helen's, .Isle of 'Wight, by the -return of ah. old man named John Calloway,: a native/ who long , since r iwas... supposed ( to bp dead; Over /i-iO. /'years- ago /Calloway^, left his r.wife and young family^ who, it is 'stated, beyond- recei ving'Z'ono remittance of £50, heard nothinsr of .him. His wife died. and/the childron'grew .'xip,- and his eldest son*and;one of his daughters died,' whilst others had left the place.' When tho old man, who is now over GO j'ears of age, -sought outthe residonce of -a. daughter still living in tho village, she did 'not remember him ;' in fact, she never know him, being a baby when ho left, and the meeting.was, a distressing one. Callo-, way had hoped to find his wife alive, but' hardly one of those, -who,, know. . ;him„ are living now, and his' return was almost like ..that -.of ..Washington Irving's Rin Van Winkle ? ? ; The Maize VBriionT.^Tiio! . d...

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Satisfactory. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

; ' Satisfactory. T.iiii outcome of, the Colonial and Indian Exhibition promises'- to 'fulfilUho most j sanguine hopes of the'most rom'antic 'of optimists.O.'.lrh^ Colonies i''ip'nd longer a vague term ; ..the humblest know what it means, aud - BHtish '^legislators them selves are beginning to-valuo tho empire' ns ti ' something worlh'.icousiueririg. . Wo aro uniteflHatJlast^iV-tho belief that! ours is);rea^ly the greatest empire tho! world has ever seen- ? This is something! g'lined-.^ttho^nextjthing, is^the kup.\ylpdgo; that tlie empire is' solf-suppt-'rtiHg Aif wo! choose to make'itrso?0 Tlitre is nothing! that our own empire does not produce,; 1 froni^thie^huinblest necessity^of. life:to itlie most costly luxury. To hear people' talk of this fact in' terms of surprise, one can nnlw: f.lio /inn/*lneInM if in a i recent .discovery; A walk through'' The Colonies ' is worth all the books- that, were ever written on the 'empire.; , All the, geography an 'English schoolboy .can learn ...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 19 November 1886

Brief Mention. Another dniry starting nt Coraki. 7} inches of rnin fell at Lismore. Rivor ovor Govornment Wharf nt Coraki. 15 foot of water on tho Manning Rivor bar. Military Sports at Grafton a groat success. Trulont's timo for throo miloB (i-.2f-i) tho fastest on record iu Australia. , Tho regulations for tho Lisin»ra Firo Brigade aro gazetted, 1 A inonoy ordor ofiico lias boon cstnoltshca at Swan Bay. Mr. Darloy doclinod to a:oopt tho ofuoo of Chief Justice. , , Mr. ,1. E. Snlnmons, Q.C., has beon ap pointed Chiof Justico. Hammorsloy, sporting editor of tlio Australabtan. ib d'ad. Ago, 60. A nugget, of gold weighing 6 ozr. was found within 12 milrs of Blnyuey. Barnum offers £4,000 for a decent seaser pent, doad or alive. A 220-nz. and a 60-oz. nugget have been got at Toetulpa. Tho road from Coraki to Bungawalbyn punt iB now being proceeded with. _ _ Furlhor frauds havo boon discovered in tho Lands - 'ffioo. Tho Woodburn punt broko looso on W ndnos- day last tho run in tho river a...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Economic Basic of Free Trade. ADDRESS DELIVERED (BY REQUEST) BY MR. B. R. WISE, BEFORE THE DIALECTIC SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 26 November 1886

, Vhe KcoiioimIc Itnsls of Free j I ?l- ' frailc. ; J AfiDUEfS DEt.IVKnED (BY KEQURsT) l!Y Mn. ' B.: R. WlSK, UEFOUE.'hlE Diaxectio i Society. j {Prom the Sydney Monthly JTerahh) *- The title of my address to-nicjlit is ' Tho Economic Biisis of Froo Trado,' nnd this is n title which accurately and fully defines tho scope of my remarks, That is.to'Rny, t shall limit myself strictly to all economic aremmnnt : nolit.ical consider ation!) will not enter in any way into our discussion, I am aware that to treat ,'tlic question of free trade in this manner is to deprive it of some interest, ami to expose' oneself to a charge of trifling with facts and disregarding realities. Yet T consider that a discussion of this question in the cold dry light of science is not without utility to ourselves as practical politicians ; and it is certainly . , more, in harmony with the acadcmic spirit of this institution than any refer : ence to the burning question of the day. It follows from this limitatio...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 26 November 1886

| CABLEGRAMS. I LONDON, Tuesday. The European powers are exchanging views regarding the Russian proposal to appoint Princo Nicholas to tho throne of Bulgaria. General Kaulbars lias arrived nt Constantinople and conferred with tho Russian ambassador thero. The Czar purposes delivering an address at Moscow on tho present stato of Bulgaria. The Princess Beatrice has been con fined of a son. Sir Daniel Cooper has joined a syndicate to carry into effcct the con struction of a cable between Vancouver's Island and Australia. The Imperial Government has granted £1000 towards tho representation of British Art at the Adelaide Jubilee Exhibition. A North Queensland Mortgage and Investment Company has been projected. A prospectus has been issued of the New Long Tunnel Mining Company, Walhalla, with a capital of £100,000. A tribe of Ghilzais gained several victories over tho Ameer's troops in Afghanistan. Tho Times considers the Russian naval preparations indicate a bold move. Germany considers ...

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TELEGRAPHIC. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 26 November 1886

TELEGRAPHIC. [from our own correspondent.] SYDNEY, Friday. Mr. J. E. Salomons has resigned tho offico of Chief Justico for the reason that tho appointment appeared to bo distaste ful to the othor judges. SYDNEY, Saturday. The English in their lirst innings made 74; the Colonials 111. The Colonics won the mutch, with 6 wickets to spare. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Tho Minister for Works arrived at Orange yesterday, nnd received a deputation respecting tho Forbcs-Borenore railway. Ho afterwards inspected the sito for tlio proposed water supply, and spoke at groat length on the reduction of the railway staff, tlio increaso o£ rates of carriage, and the introduction of irrigation and local government bills. No appointment has yot been mado to the Chief Justiceship, but rumour points to Mr. C. B. Stephens. A Frenchman was arrested yesterday with a number of spurious Commercial Bank notes in his possession. On searching his residence the appliances for the manufacture of spurious notes were discov...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) [By Telegraph] SYDNEY THURSDAY 6 p.m [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 26 November 1886

LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. I (From tlio Manager Claranco Rivor and Nortli Coast Farmors' Association, Limited.) [By Telegraph.] RVnNRY Tnimmjiv fi p.m. Maizo, 3s Gd per bushel ; Pigs, 5d per ? lb. ; Eggs, Is dd per dozon ; Potatoes £'i por ton. j

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Casino. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 26 November 1886

Casino. fPnosr oua ConnnsroNDiSNT.I Weather. — A thunderstorm broko ovor t.ho town on Saturday night followed by a hoavy downpour of rain, which has con tinued up to tho present. This will do much good as tho gardons, kitclion and flowor, woro beginning to look parched up and farming operations woro at a standstill — tho late winds and hot woathor making tho surface of the ground so hard that it was linposnblo to plough. It will also do away with water carts asrain for tlio prosont. Health. — A great doal of sicknoss prevails in and around tho town, and in some cases doath lias claimod his victims. An accidont that might havo boon attended with serious results happonod ono day last wook. Tho Mayor, accompanied by his daughter (Mrs. Lovoday) and an infant, wnsdriving up Hickoy-streot whon thohorso shiod or took fright at somothing, throwing tho lady and child out of the buggy. Tho child got off with a wound on the hoad, though nothing sorious, and tho lady with a shock to hor -uervos...

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