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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

^^^m^^^ Mr. 41. H. Chapmati (Chief Engineer for Railways) returned to Adelaide by the motorship Minntpa on Wednes day evening. He made an official inspection of the Eyre Peninsula rail ways system. Mr. Jack Gregory (Government Geo logist) was a passenger for Adelaide by the motorship Minnipa on Wed nesday. ' ' ? Mrs* E. Leigh ton is spending a holi day with Mrs. Lefgrhton, of Kensington Gardens. ? Mr. A. L. Clayer, who has been sta tioned at the. Port Lincoln Post Office for the past 18 months, has been transferred to the operating room at the G.P.O., Adelaide, where he spent 20 years before coming to Port Lin coln. Accompanied by Mrs Clayer he will leave for Adelaide by motor car to-day (Friday), to take up his new duties. Messrs. A. Sladden and A. Lock, who comprise the Staffing Committee for the Postmaster-General's Department in this State, are touring Eyre Pen insula enquiring into staff matters and the organisation of the new telegraph circuits. They left Port Lincoln on Wedne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

'MA1SON' f Ladies' Toilet Saloon 1 Opposite Owen & LeBrun's Garage, .)( ,. ?- ? ?' ? .-- ??? ? ^LIVERPOOL ST., PORT LINCOLN, I NOW OPEN I RUBY FLNLAYSON, i*-Late of Bowman's Arcade, Adelaide) !5l6. RIME BEEF, SPRING LAMB, RIME MUTTON and DAIRY PORK AT CIUNWELL'S ORT LINCOLN MEAT STORE, 'bone, 136. . Carts run Daily. ?jaP F. iLeBhmund, of Lewis Street, Port ; ** '* Lincoln, does not cease slander ?^Jng me, furthur proceedings will be -&aken. -\ F. M. FREESTONE, br ^ ' Lewis Street, Port Lincoln. ?'—- * —

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WAR ON PESTS SCIENTISTS TO USE PARASITES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

WAR ON PESTS SCIENTISTS TO USE PARASITES. A xecent report of the Empire Mar kets' Board., on entomology announces that grants had been made by the Ward to the Imperial Burear of Ento mology , and in the Cawthron Insti tute, New Zealand. The report says :- ' Among the most effective moans known to science of keeping down in sect pests is the enlargement upon them of their , natural parasite ene mies. Such a remedy can never be employed until exhaustive precau tions have been taken to ensure, that the parasite will not in its turn do more damage than the insect which it is meant to destroy But striking re-~ suits have already been, obtained in various parts of- the world by the release of 'beneficial' parasites. The board has approved a grant to the Imperial Bureau of Entomology for the creation of & central laboratory in England\for parasite breeding and testing. From this ' parasite xoo' con signments will fee sent wherever they are required to wage war upon insects devourin...

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PORT LINCOLN TRAFFIC INCREASE OF 10,000 TONS. HARBORS BOARD REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

[?] :-. ? ; jr . . 'V; ;,fv;. |&. ,# y te^a ^ -? :? - - * ? f HARBORS BOARD REPORT. * In their annual report for tie . twelve months ended June 30, 1926,! i the CommlsBiopera of the; South. Ausr traltan Harbors Board s*tate that Ktr ton Pofnt JeMy c«ui no longer cater properly- for modern oversea* tonnage an dean only tie considered a standby antll s*uch time -as inoney js available fc»r the extension /at, the new pier. Owing to the general financial string ency at * tie ^tlme the new pier was ?constructed the Board was required to m&*teMt tet&fter than 'it deemed ?- It is stated that during the year a ,-' ': goods shed and harbormaster dfflce .were erected 'iat Loulh pay and a house for-tte hBTbormaster at Thev- ; plSJniij hundred Jftniit*eiity-n^ie ,/fes-: sels^tdiJi a tonna^ '# ISl^T1 net j&nd ^697 ^oss/ entered /Port Un'coln during ^'iife^eri^^^'^vie^cin-; eluding. 15 overseas vessels with a toira%ere of 42,781 net and 66,347 grpBS. Approximately ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Are YOU Satisfied? Have Your Wool Qips sold in Adelaide realised I ; satisfactory prices? I Do you sell through the South Australian Farmers' I Go-Operaitive Union Limited ? n - : » .- ' '?' ' :l ' ? ' ? ? ? ' ?? ? I YOUR WOOL. .-?iv Y : ?''???' . ? ?? .' '. l'-^--- '??;.? ' ?' ?' ???' ??'???..? r. - ? ? l%^ ':.. Prices will please you if jjyou ?ell through the W j ?;?;] FACERS' tflNION. 'it will be handled by experts, and i'l ^ I shofe m One of |he finest floors in the Commonwealth. if 18 - ' Becords have been established bv THE FARMERS' ^ll-'Pl^i, No clip too large' or too small, ' '^M '. |.;A;;-^Iiberal.; advances, made. .'. ??-:-;-- ? ?cf^^ Expert advice at your call. ; s ^?%W:?ft- ????'??- ''?'?.; ' ?-?? ' ? . ' '? ;' ?? .'' ?- * -' ' ? ?'' mm ? - — ~r— ^| Oi;; : The Farmers' Union also specialises Ml JY : ? in Stud Stock. tfcl:r; . ' i IJtvJ5- v; u. g^d or Flock Stock bought for clients: Write for '? B^»'^^^ regarcling yotii wool and flocks. ' r -?.??.-.?? ?.'';? .- ???--%* *i...

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SNAKES AT SHERINGA SHERINGA, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

SNAKES AfSHERlNGA ' ' SHERINGA, September 6. , The indications are that snafces will be plentiful in this district dnring next summer, as the men on the Sheringa road gang have killed eight, in less than a fortnight, including, four in one afternoon. Nobody will be more pleased to see the new road round the Bwamp finished than the: members of the gang. , 'r / Some diseases, and ©veil perhaps serious failing of health, may have the effect of darkening the hair of the. sufferer. :% ?''?.;_.,- Nobody minds you having opinions^ provided you don't express them too often. A, man may be excused for being ' blue,', but never for being ' green.*'

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LATEST RACING. TAILEM BEND MEETING ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

[?] ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY ; , (By Telegraph;) ? f V ADELAIDE, Thursday. Acceptances and selections for the -meeting at Tailem Bend on Saturday areV— ,. ?'.'.. v , ,. At 1.25 HANDICAP HURDLES if-. Two miles - ^uilb.'' stlb. -Sobriquet 10 0 Manuscript 9 3 .Lady Law 9 8 Bang Bang 9 2 Uoremac 9 7 Hungarian - 9 2 Nokoona 9C Benzblafe 9 0 -Dez 9 4 Enormous 9 0 He's Mine ' 9 4 Golden Tim 9 0 .Princess Ches- RoBe Dawn 9 0 son 9 3 SOBRIQUET OR DEZ At 2.0 NOVICE RACE, W.F.A. Five furlongs Situmen 8 13 Anton Prin Hudson 8 13 cess 8 9 j JRetwing 8 13 Comprador 7 11 1 JBaratta King 8 11 Royal Rou JEllaides 8 11 tine . 7 11 ? £hootaway 511 Healray 7 9 ROYAL ROUTINE OR BITUMEN At 2.35 TAILEM BEND CUP HANDICAP/ ime and a quarter miles -'*' ? Borneo 9 0 Seatrim 7 4 ?Waiparle 8 7 Hie Duty 71 Deploy 7 8 Haittah 70 Sherwood Queen Aides 7 0 Beau ^ 7 6 Simla 70 ^ SEATRIM OR DEPLOY v V At 3.15 '/ ' „ : ?;'. l, HANDICAP BRUSH STEEPLE - CHASE ? ! Two and a quarter- miles * Sobriquet 10 3 Athenna Lad 9 4 ...

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Football and Basketball SCHOLARS AT PLAY. INTER-SCHOOLS MATCHES 2 [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Football and Basketball SCHOLARS AT PLAV. . INTER-SGHOOL'' MATCHES. 2 . On Saturday at Porjt^Lincoln the local Primary School 'boys ?pi-.':', a combined football taajp froihiTuinby Bay and Lipson Schools and the girls engaged 'the Tumby^Bay girls -^ bas ket baii. The yisi|grs pi'oyed jtheir superiority in bo|lt-'gatifes anfli^aia 'out 'AV^nnerf by#M1|largins. ^§f50:-l ? fuUr. i^eliriMmpired thembbali matcU^ids gave general sattairafctf on, ^hiIslt:Wfi.ja^biifison:fcon^^^ basket .baujfnatch eiijtfentiyr7 *''H -vThe ^rt^itorfe were entertained at 3u^hc^|^Li«i' aftenioon tea by the. Pbr:tv^^^M|D|piil8; under the super vi6ion';jot^thB|3Stei^ber.s of (he . school committ^w'l^lLf^achorSi The school ^atmiil^e^provided oranges for thfe «hildren.^?%^ ; ?.?/.?.' ? ;; IfQMOTBALt./ . ?'?'? '' ' %'-'%k ? ?'?,???-.??-' .'??'?'?? Although ,there?^)s a big dispari^ In the scores the foofball match wap ejrenlyv ^ahd ' vigorousiy5&9ntested. ' \ t. Port Lincoln started -^ll, but .;the visitors...

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THE GRAMOPHONE FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

[?] FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY Fifty ye?rs ago Thomas A. Edison recited 'Mary had a Httie Is.mb7 into the iunnel of the first phonograph, and heard the .machine repeat the rhyme, word tor word, inflection for inflection. A machine ? that could sing, talk and play! The news aston ished the whole world— the seemingly imnossible achieved. Indeed, Edison's pwn men in his workshop, who had seen him. do some wonderful things, thought the idea absurd when' he told them he was . making a machine to reproduce human speech: Mr Edison's own account on the in vention is intensely Interesting, ''From my experiments on the telephone,' he says, 'I knew of the power of a dia phragm to take iipp sound vibrations.' Therefore, I reached the conclusion that if I could record the, monvementa of the diaphragm properly, I could cause such records to. reproduce the original movements imparted to the diaphragm by the voice, and thus suc ceeded in recording and reproducing the human voice. ' ' ; 'f designed a little ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

* TENDERS V ?JENDERS wjjl' be ^rece^ed^by Jhe * undersigned upsto 2 ^.m^ori* MONDAY. 2#h SEPTEMBER, 1923;, CUNGENA— 6 Incfi JWali£\-— j5»e clearing and' grubbing of- ^proposed pipe track'16 FEET WIDE from the 'Township, of Cungena south west along the southern boundaries: ofsec iions 16, 15 and 14 to the S,W. corner of said section 14, approximately 5 MILES 60 CHAINS. ? . CUNGENA— 4 Inch Main. -^'F/om i'ae Tbwnsbjp of Cungena: south along the eastern boundaries ot sections $, '10, lland£to the S.E. corner pt said section 3, approximately 5 MILES 34 CHAINS. CUNGENA— 3 Inch 'Main. — From the S.E. corner of section 3 along the southern boundaries of sections 3 and .2 to the S.E. corner of section 1, ap proximately 3 MILES 44 CHAINS. . TAKLTON— S Inch Main— From the S.W. corner of section 14 south along the eastern boundary of section 6 and west along the southern boundaries $f sections « and part 7 to the N.W. corner of Section 5, approximately 4 r MILES 20j CHAINS. ... : - ? : TARLfON...

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RIFLE SHOOTING R. J. LeCOLE TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

~ RIFLE SHOOTING [?] Sixteen shots competed in the first stage of the LeCole trophy at 200 and 300 yards on Saturday last At 200 yardti some 'fine scores were recorded, under good weather condi tions: F. Ives and A. Walton tied for first place with* the first two pos sibles for the season. A changing light' made shooting difficult at 300 yards, and Bob Baker, T. K. Giffen and F. Kaerger tied with 36 each. ? The scores were:— ' 200 300 H T R. J. Bottomley 39 35 15 76 A. Walton 40 34 2 76 Bob Baker 38 36- 1 75 F. W. Ires , 40 36 1 75 G,., H. Baker ,. 36.34 6 76 C. B. Abell 37 33 15 75 T. K. Giffen ? 38 36 2 75 F. WV Boehm _ 39 34 2 75 F. Kaerger ^35 3C 2 73 S. Robb ., 33 34 5 72 W. 0. Porte^ Zf 33 2 72 J, Phillips ; n -^ ;16 it R.- Bascpmbe ???:'? 37 J9 4 7^ A-jRote . ' 34 19 16 66 l^-iloe [.,,'_?? '31 30 2 6S '&.m0&mne ? : lp 22 16 4|S ^Jgi^it^igalned for LeCqle trqjhy : ~ m^EjSttomley, 6 $gki Walton, 5-, Bob B^er, 4 ; F. W. ?lyebj; 3 ; ,^. tt Baker, W^:B: Abell,.. %#...

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LARCENY OF FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

LARCENY OF FOWLS. Arrested at Poonindieibfi JSeptember 5 by Mounted-COiistabl^^ailoran and Constable ^Miller, Walter ^giKchausen was charged in the PorJ.! Jtiacoln Ma- . gistrates' Court, before Mesers. W. B. v- Richardson and W. Paddon, J's.P., with the larceny 'of ten fowls, the pro perty of Wilhelm R. Hage. , The 4e- , fendant, %ho pleaded guilty, ^was fined ' £1, with £1 court fees. '' 'i

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HELPFUL FACTS CONCERNING FUELS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

HELPFUL FACTS CONCERNING FUELS. . ^ , * . ' .. ? O ? ? ? ? \ Some practical information is sup plied, by Dr. H. C. Dickinson of the United States Bureau of Standards ' in a report on -fuel tests covering* a . period of several years.'* His con- '?- '?:? elusions are : — ? * ' 1. — ^Fuel economy Ib independent of, ?'.) fuel volatility, hence the heaviest fuel is the most economical. l^ 2— Petrol consumptipn is sbmewhatr^ greater in winter thaa inisiim;nt'r. T0^ 3. — Dilution of, crankcase oil in creaseB with, deer easejUn fuel vola tility. ?..-.??'- /?? 't*'- ». ? . .. 4. — Cra'nkcase dilution te much greater in cold weather. 5. — Small differences in' the initial volatility of the fuel have a marked influence in the *case at starting^ In other words, if even a scr.nll pf.'rcen tage of the fuel is very velatile start ing Is greatly -aided. * 6. — Starting performance of the fuel Is the quality Eaoot readily noted ..s by the driver. ' ', ? v From, these f acts It is concluded that cos...

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DANCE FOR CHEAP-JACK STALL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

DANpE FOR CHEAP-JACK STALL ? ? ?'. ? : . ', ' ' - J '? . ? A dance was held in the Port Lin coln' Memorial Hall oh Tuesday even Ing; in aid of the cheap-jackstall at the approaching Roman Catholic fair. ' There was a. large attendak^ce, and excellent muBic was rendered by the pSH' Lincoln- Sirncopators. : -^Suppj* was provided by the ladies. Mr, j. ^r4aw^-$;|8i^nyex»r^t?%i'iBbeaj^ ^acfc#fll^- '7/ ? ^ jtVc^:- ^;^ ;j£v £ ?:?. Truth is as impossible to ibe soiled by any outward touch ais the Sunbeam.

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RAILWAY FIGURES GOODS TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

: RAiLWAY FiGUMS GOODS TRAFFIC For the week ended September 10 . the following tonnages of goods dis- y charged at Port Lincoln we^e handled by the Railways Department :— Super , 25; general,' SOS.; and pipes, JIG. About 2,400 tons of coal was discharg ed from the Aldlnga. Fifteen tons jof goods were despatched by heat from Port Lincoln. At Thevenard 1,000 bagB of wheat were shipped, and 120 tons of general cargo unloads ed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Scmtton MachinmJ^, ; Adelaide and Port Lintol^S®^ ^ * CENT- 1«e. , * LINCOLN, 154. SOLE AGENTS ON E¥*E PENINSULA FOR i— FIAT MOTOR CARS AND CORBIES. MAY BROS. I/TD.; IMPLEMENTS. , ' ' AGENTS AND DEPOT FOR— CITY*FLOUR MILLS, FLOUR. SOLE AGENTS IN S.A. FOR :— , '.SUNBEAM' FARM ELE CTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS. 'BUFFALO' FORGES AND HAND DRILLING MACHINES. ' PERFECTION'. HAND BENCH GRINDERS. IMPLEMENT REBUILDING AND BLACKSMITHING AND ENGINEER ING UNDERTAKEN. ALL CLASSES OF FARM, iSTATION AND CONTRACTORS' 'IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. - ; '''' — ? ?'','-- ;,'~~;i'*; — r- — r ? -r—i- ? '-- — ? ji ° ? ? ' 'i '?.'..???? . ??'? ? ?..'?'':' ' ? ' '? i ?. Ploughs. DftkLs and Combines. cultivators, t r#^ '' II ' . '' ;. ' I ... ':'' -: '' '- ? -; ' ;|l|« ^FALLOWING'- ?.:?; /..;. .' v |pl Yonr fallowing requires very special attention. Are you t Y :}fM equipped with implements to treat your soil in the proper .-??? : ;,#/ manner? If not write, us, we can supply fallowing Imple- - ' J#llS ments to suit.the most ...

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MOTORING NOTES. THE GARAGE POINTS ON ITS CONSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

MOTORING NOUS. ; ? _ *ri !?? '?JO*'™ '' THE GARAGE POINTS ON ITS CONSTRUCTION - The first thing to be decided when 'erecting a garage is the size and in mis connection the motorist is warned .against making it tooVmall. A «ar * ' age becomes nothing less than a nui sance, affording no space for getting ^ round the car, or for the storage of .??',?'. oil, tools, and the various miscellany ' which inevitably collect, For the or dfnary car measuring about 14ft by ? 6ft Gin. overall, the minimum garage space should be 16ft. by 10ft; .an ?«ven more suitable size is 18ft, by fllft., and this has the- advantage that -should the owner eventually purchase, i bigger car, his garage, will be large enough to accommodate without al teration. . As. regards the height of the build ing, /while an ample space above the - car is not absolutely necessary it is certainly advantageous; it makeB the ?. place more easy and pleasant to work in. The minimum clearance above tne floor should not be less than ...

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FIRE-FIGHTING SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

FIRE-FIGHTING SERVICE n ' -lOi , A great deal of importance may be attached to the recent ylslt to Port Lincoln of Mr. F. B. Frinsdorf (chair man of the Fire Brigades Board) and -Jhief-bfficer Dickie, to report upon the advisablenesB of , establishing a fire brigade in the town. If their report is favorable — and tiiere appears to be no reason why it should notX be— Port Lincoln will shortly enjoy a fire-flghtlng service equal to that of any other country -town in the State. This will supply a want which has long been felt— a want which, with the rapid growth of the town, has been Increasing almost daily. Kit is . considered expedient, an auxiliary brigade will probably be es tablished. The cost of upkeep of such a service, so far as Port Lincoln is |oncerned, would be small. The townspeople would be asked to contri bute two-ninths toward its mainten ance. Few people who posses the true » public spirit would protest against that* and the sense of se curity which the* presence of an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Contractor, Port Lmcobfe STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, ANI-' , SHELLGRIT- DELIVERED/ r GENERAL CARRYING ^ UNDERTAKEN AT W'- SHORTEST NOTICK R JL, O'CAIMGHAN, , LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT/ TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE. IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yannlnee, 400* acres wheat and 4fo) Sores fallow given. Delivery now. or Marchi *2 10/- acre. ' 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The* picked spot in the district, nearly all cleared. £6. ??..{. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land,, h.ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and shearing plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk: ovt. 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; IS bushel average in_ wheat and barley over 15 years Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2,480 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450' ' ?cres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. .Walk in walk out. 2,077 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, about...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

: AnnuaI»n'-8^Pttoii 8/« single copy 2d: ^ Office :-WBBhiiig£dli St, IJort Lincoln NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Notices ol Births, Marriages. Deaths, etc 3/6 per insertion not exceeding lu Ses ; each additional , line V in Memoriam Notices, 3/6 per in sertion, including verse of four lines;. && each additional line. Lost, Found, /To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc, 14* words 1A (prepaid). Double rates will be charged tor booking. u Casual advertisements, 4/- per Inch per insertion. Casual Business advertisements, or 24 inches w over per insertion, 3/ '??ter inch per 'insertion. Each ad ditional insertion, 2/6 per inch. Contract rates supplied on appli cation. , ? '? Alterations to Advertisenftnts. ' Copy for advertisements should reach this office not later thanWednes ?? days Immediately preceding publlca tton. Alterations to advertisements should be forwarded so as to be re ceived at this office on or before Tues days if tie desired change to to be made in the next issue. W\* ...

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