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Agricultural. RUST IN WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

^ftrrtultoral. RUST IN WHEAT. (To the Editor of the Examiner and Timet.) SIR,-I have been making enquiries con cerning rust in wheat, and I And that Ade laide wheat grown here if much' more tender and liable to rust than the wheat which ia acclitiiatfoi'd here. A farmer on the Beacrvo tul<! me Dint in 1865 he sowed a good paifl dockwith Adelaide feed wheat, and that the mat wns very bad in it when there was but little in his other wheat. List year bo only sowed 5 acrea of Adelaide seed in the centre of a ]<nddock of other wheat; the Adelaide wheat was covered with rust, while there was not a pperk nu the remainder. Thia ycr.r he ha* sown no Adelaido seed, and he bas no rnat. A gentlemen here has 60 acres of wheat, in some of which the runt ia very bad; the remainder becomes equal!; dis eased as it arrives at a certain stage of maturity. On making inquiry, I find it is all Adelaide eeed which has been used. Now, I think a searching Inquiry into this matter might...

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POLICE COURT, WARWICK. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

POLICE COURT, WARWICK. SATCBDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. PBefure the Police Magiitrate.l George Petrie, sen., and George Pctrie, ju«., were charged with being drunk. They were each fined 10s., or 24 hours imprisonment. MONDAY, SEPI, 30. [Before the Police Magistrate,] John Bergin, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s.,. or 24 hours imprisonment.

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Coloural Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

Coloural Items. On Saturday morning, 7th instant, there was the heaviest fall of snow at Braidwood that Iiab occurreil Tar Beven or eight years, Murpliy nlias M'Gee linn been sentenced j to death for the murder at South Greek, The Earl of Bclmorc ie In leave England j in October or Novcmlmr. Sir John Young will leavo Sydney in November. The bodies of the three childorn lost in | the bush at Daylesford have been found by a dog, about a mile from the Musk Creek Saw Mills-the two youngest crouching lo a hollow tree, and the boy lying iicross a lop. The Magellan Cloud tins arrived at Sydney from the South Seas, and reports the murder of Mr. T. Baker, Wesleyan Missionary, and eight native teachers, At Fiji, by an Uuchria tianised tribe. IVumpt measures were to be taken to arrest and punish the mur derers. II. M. S. Brisk proceeds to Fiji immedi ately in consequenoe »f the murders which j have recently been committed on the mis sionaries there. A very fine sample of sugar from the Ca bool...

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THE SISTERS OF MERCY BAZAAR. (From the Courier) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

THE SISTERS 01<' MERC If BAZAAR. (From (he Courier ) The bazaar in aid ol the All-Hallow s Convent Liquidation Fund was crowded to excess the whole of the time it was open, and the grand drawing for prizes was inaugurated by his Excellency the Governor. At times the hall of the School of Arts was BO densely packed that visitors to a great extent were protected from the attacks of the fair vendors of goods, who found some difficulty in carrying on their operations with their customary vigor. A good deal of fun was created in the course of the evening by the numerous raffles that came off. Indeed, every one present seemed heartily to enjoy the excitement and bustle. Shortly after 4 o'clock His Excellency and Lady Bowen arrived. Some time was con sumed in making the preliminary arrangements for the grand drawing. After some delay Colonel O'Connel was voted to the chair, and lie at once explained the method upon which the drawing was to be conducted. It was as follows:-Two la...

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THE WARWICK RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

TUB WARWICK RAILWAY. From the Report of the Engineer in Cheif for Railways, which has been presented to the House, we take the following respecting the Warwick line: " Rather more than nnc-baJf of tlto total quantity of <rtrtWork nponiliis line, from the function with the Dulby line to Allora, has been done. Up,,. the last ten miles-Mint is, from Table lop to AU<<ra, only about 15,000 cubic yards of earthwork (side cutting hna bpen exocuted. The bridgotvork fs fa«( approacliiag comple ting, with tbo single exception of the bridge over King^t Crauk, which etill requires A good ileal of work upon it. All the ballast required, within 20,000 cubic yaidn, is upnti the ground read}* for spreading, 25 OOfl sleepers arc still reqtiiied to make up I the full quantity. | Only about one nnfl throe-quarter miles ' from the Junction is as yet ready for the per j innnent way, and o (rood many Traps Sn the I hanks still require malting up, and portions of: the cuit...

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WARWICK PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

WARWICK PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH. A meeting of tlie congregation of ths above church was held to the Court Home, Warwick, on Mond»y evening last, (o de liberate upan the best means of retaining the He*. 0. M'Culloch, and inducing him to dccline the coll of the Presbyterian congre gation of Ipswich. The (netting w«e tin. merously attended, *nd a deep interest wu manifested as to the necessity of retaining this esteemed rev. sohtleman in this dis trict. , D. M. SINCLAIR, Esq., occupied the chair, and after opening I he meeting l>y reading a portion of Scripture and prayer, stated the objects for which they bad Diet. Be ssid (be meeting would hare to take into consideration the best means to induce Mr. M'Culloch to reside amongst us, and decline the call he had received frntu fpiwich. This district was situated in the centre of a large agricultural and pnr.tor*I population, which, tfntil lately, bad been deprived of the full means of gracc, and, to a great extent, wiltioutjthe privilege ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

NOTICE ! NOTICE !! BAIF-Ui ARLI CLEARING SALE or 9 REM4IADE GLOTM0 Ac., Ac. a>©a mM.^4 mm*E. J. HORWtn & CO., IN accordance with their usual custom, arc now CLEARING OUT the remainder of their OTSsnm® COMBISING Drapery, Blankets, Men's Clothing, 4c. At such PRICES that must effect a aranr ci>eaxamcs. JACOB HORWITZ & Off., COMMERCIAL STORE, WARWICK WOOLCOTT'S rECTQJtAL BALSAM* IS the best remedy for Coughs Guide, Shortness of Breath, HoarBetiesB Aslbma, InfluetiEft, &c. This preparation, containing no deleterious ingredients, will be found equally beneficial to ail constitutions from youth to old age. Sold In Bottles at 2a 6d 4L 3S Od each. VKOIiTABLR APERIENT ANTI BILIOUS PILLS. rising composed of purely vegetable ingre dients, will be found a cafe and valuable remedy for Bilious end Liver Oomplatntn, In . digestion, Loi» of Appetite, Flatulency, Acidity, Headache, tic., &c. lit Boxes, Is Od and 2s Od eacb. PREPARED ONLY BY IBL C. WWMM3OTT, DISP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

THE fotitiucr atiir Cirnes 16 PUBLISHED IK WARWICK ?rery THDRUDIV MOB WING. In time for the Outgoing 91 all*. The amount of Snbscriptinn ii FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, i trail cases j" advance. Single copies, SIXPENCE. SO ALE OF CHABOES FOR ADVBR TI81NQ i t. A. . Tiro lines 1 o Four do a 0 ?Si* do. i 6 Bight da g 0 B*e«y additional six tinea or aoder If, Dibcodm Ob IS omMDtin Insertions 20 nt coot, ®6 .. 33 " " Adrerllaetnenta nut apeclfyon their fcee the number of time* they are to be Id. ttrted; if Mntin witboat thi* epeelfioatlon .noh advertiaementa will fas inserted until countermanded, and obarged for accordingly AU Advertiaementa tnuat bo aent In oot later than 6 p.m. on Thursdays. W* Vrflerl *°r withdrawal or afteratitin mnat ba written. liOB-aubiBrlbere' advertisements muat be Paid for previous to insertion. Mtrriagea, Blrtha, and Deaths, i«. per MMrtisa. AGENTS IN aaiSBANJE Mr. Q. D, Harbdox, Stationer ft Neva Agent, School 0t Art* Balldioga. Mr. 3. ffttM; South Brisbane. B...

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WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. (Before the Police Magistrate and C. Clark. Esq.. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 3 October 1867

WARWICK PETTY DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. (Before the Police Magistrate C. Clark. Esq., J.P.) Bugden v. Kingsford. — Action for £9 2s. 9d. amount of an I O U. Ver- dict for plaintiff by consent. Mr. Fuller for plaintiff and Mr. Adden- brook for defendant. Lyons v. Steel. — £8 for rent. No appearance of either party. Case dis- missed Beeson v. Modini — £3 2s. for work done. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff with costs.   Macnamara v. Copas.-5s. 10d. for meat sold and delivered. No appear- ance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff with costs. Stidolph v. Hoffman. — £5 for paint- ing glass sign in gold. Defendant pleaded not indebted and a contra account. From the evidence it ap- peared that a verbal agreement had been made between the parties that plaintiff wat to paint the sign and re- ceive in return a new saddle, value for £6, which defendant was to make for him. Plaintiff admitted his receiving a second-hand saddle, value for £2 10s. and 3s. for re...

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MEETING OF LAND SELECTORS AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

MEETING OF LAND SELECTORS AT WARWICK. . On Xhnrsdny evening last a meeting was held iFtho Town Uall, Warwick, by tlie farmus nud others who had lakon up land undwfree Eelection. Some of ilicse have Bolcctcd l»nd and obtained VrciijU, aid during the last week notices Jiavc ben» served upon tiicm tint I he land lliey had chosen had been previously taken up, The object .if the meeting' won to jiuse resolu. tionf on Vim subject, nr,<3 petition the mem bers for Eaetein Downs #nd Warwick to obtain for.them an inquiry into the mutter. Mr. CONQUEST was unanimously voteil to the chair, and bavins road the requisition to the Mayor am! his reply convcninq tbs Bieclins made a few remarks explanatory of » the objects of the meeting and the subject they were met to discuss, tie following reso lutions mere passed. Moved by Mr. Jotin THORNTON, end se conded by Mr. G. JOHNSON,- "That this mettios views with suspicion the action taken bv (he SiirvcjPOffice in returning the applications of ...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: The usual fi>rtrii^litlv meeting of the cor poration was !)oM r>» Thurpiloy last.-XVc sent,ilie Mnyot, Aids. Morgan, Hose, AHlsck, Crflmhie, and Osi^. After tjia minutes of (ho previous moot ing ha d.liecu lead fltiii oouiirmsd, the fulinw inj> cawe?pinc!(>uce wn« ri-afi:-(I) Fmm lilt yiiyor frtr 1?, Inn of wire forYetidtiR the asking whit S],aiPcs ralenj-(8).1?riim V,'. JW ..... _ " leaviag #0 "HODiiip iii (!je XjTiaro ftlicin^, and tifctiug what dstoviition of opening he J tonsiilered From JJ. C. IU» soti'.o, tnaUiiis on offtr to the Ccwiici'. of his ue«' in J^Jincrin-i-'liecl- for the jjur jimPc of n T-iwn Hull, wlieu completed and finished in January mxt, v.oni.-T ..flvr it for llio jfiiiii of £5j(': - (5) Fr-nn \V". II. llroivn, teii'li'iiiiij his ri-p"unnii"ii us alderman ..-(G) From Mil' Mayor, tendeting hie resignation as clmirma^ cf the Council. On ilie iriuti 'ti of tlie Mayor, seconded by Aid. Cmuibip, llie letter of if. C. Uansomo (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

WOOLfiOTTS PECTORAL BILSAM IS the best remedy for Gough* Colds, SlmrtneBB of Breath, Hoarseness Asthma, Influenga, &c. Thin preparation, containing no deleterioos ingredients, will be found equally beneficial to all constitutions from youth to old age. (Sold tn ttottles at Od & Sb Od each. VEGETABLE APERIENT ANTI BILIOUS PILLS. Being cnmposcd or purely vegetable ingre fiient«, will be found a safe and valuable remedy for Rilioue and Liver Complaint*, In digestion, Lojs of Appetite, Flatulency, Acidity, Headacbc, &t" &c. In Boxes, Is Od and !. 6d each. PHEPAEED ONLY BV m. c. wmiam, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST AND DRDG6IST, (Licensed by the Queensland Medical Board,) OOBNtB or PALMEBIN & VICTORIA STBEEIS WAKWICK. 145 <8ftF2mH!8_ WMSo THIS new and valuable preparation of QUININE i« particularly rccom mended as a stomachic, and as * powerful tonic in nervous debility, weakness, itc., Ac. H. C. W00LC0TT, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST A...

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. The followiog duties are payable under tbe new Stamp Act, which came into operation on the 1st November last£ I. d. Draftt and rromi&sory Notes - For every £50 and under, and overy frnc'ioua) part of £50 above 0 10 Bill« of ifcr/ian^e.-tfcinglc) ditto, ditto .. .. ,. 0 X 0 Ditto Foreign {if drawn ia sets of # two or more), each, f--r every £50 0 0 C Receifts.-Var all Bums of 20s. and upwards, eacli .. .. 0 0 Cheques or Orders.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 Bank Notts.-For every £100 of the average aunaual "circulation i* 0 Deeds of Conveyance of Property. For every £60 and under .. *. 0 7 Above, and not exceeding £100 0 15 For every fractional part of £100 above 0 15 Agreements.-Qt the value of 15 and upwards .. .. .. 0 2 ATo/e.-Where lotters are produced in court to prove agreement, it will he sufficient for one of them to be stamped with a duty of 6s. Bills of Lading,-or copy thereof 0 1 For every receipt, or copy thereof from master, mate or ageut .. 0 0 Leatet* ...

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WARWICK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

WARWICK HOSPITAL. The ueoil fertniehily meeting of tlia committee of the Warwick Hospital was held on Wednesday last, Mr. W. V.. Brown in the chair. Thero were aleo present Heart. W. C. Balls,' G. Cl«rlr, J. K. Roes. B. O. Puller, D. Bugden, P. AfBcck, D. M, Sinclair, Dr. Koch, sod the Secretary. " Tilt WirdBman'* report wis rood, which 'ahowed that there were six patients still remaining in the Hospital. Several accounts were ordered to be paid, Mnonnlifig in the whot« to £67. Tenders -were then opened for paihtin? the fence, sad, on tbo motion of Mr, £).. Bdcdks, seeonded by Dr. Kocu, G. Vincent's tender of £13 was accepted. Tenders were alio opened for erecting a dead house, and were at followsG. H. Enwiinf, £40; do. modified plan, £37 10s.; E. J. Rigby,£45; do. modified plan, £10! -Samuel Marshall, £45 ; do. modified plan, .'£43; Wm. Guilford, £35; do. modified plan, £34; do. 2nd modified plan, £33 10s. On the motion of Mr. J. R.IIosh, seconded by Mr, C. Guiik, Mr. Gsisl'ord's t...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

LOCAL IKJELLIGENCE. A meeting r.n- Jnld in the Court House, on fuwtiay evening last, in connectionwith the establishment of the Eastern Downs llnniruliur.'il and Agri cultural Sociciy. Mr. A. M;G. Simp son occupied the chair, and staled that a meeting; of the commntee was held the previous week, an I n oorie of rules were drawn up, and the business <jf the present meeting would bo to pafs those rules if found suitable, to enrol! the names of those u-lio intended to become membtrs, and to establish the society upon a sure footing. He called on Mr. D. Clarke to read the rules, and after some slight all era lion 6 they were passed. Several persons th<:n put down their names as members, and afterwards the officers were chosen to arrange the genera! business of the Association, viz:-President, Hon. John Douglas, Esq.; Vice-President, Jas. Morgan, Esq.; Chairman of Committee, A. M'G. Simpson, Tisq., Treasurer, H. B. Untvin, Esq.; Sec retary, Mr. D. Clarke, and a com ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBL?. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. Mr. ARCIMCK presented n petition from tlie Corporation of Unckhatnptfin, praj'ing far the nmmval of a toll-bar at n bridge cruetcd within tlio munlcipnliiy at the <tovcnmient expense; aud one from certain farmer* nod other* ie«i dent in the neighborhood of that town, pray ing for the erect 14^ of a bridge over Lion Greek, on the road t,»tha agricultural reserve and the Mnriatah digging*. Mr. WALSH cnlJed the Attention of the Colonial Treasurer to a question put by him self noine abort ti»«c since, an to the prod tic - ti'Ui of a return «'f all payments made to cncui Iters of Parliament milieu separation. The COLONIAL TIUSASUUKIt replied that it would cost a large Miin in preparation, and would occupy a long space of time. Iu an'wcrtn n question uv Mr. DOUGLAS, the M1NI3TKU FOU LANDK hid upon the Uhle a retnrn nf the uuinbcr of acres »ur. *cyed,"ntl proclaimed open for selection, in the Agricultural reserve*, which have not yet be...

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Random Readings. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

The earrings of . celebrated and popular prima donna was upaet the oilier day in Nesv York, and tbe morning papers, in speaking of the accident, said, "We are Vappy to state that ulie was able to appear tbe same evening in three pietet." . Pnpa," eaid a boy, " ought tbe school matter to flog me for what I did not do?" " Certainly not, my boy " replied the father. -" Well," replied the little fellow," be did it to-day when I did not do any aum." Mr. George But, once fuming a corner came suddenly upon some younft barriatera. who were in tbe act ol aping bia walk and (restores.-" You mistake, gentleman," said the good natured wit, accosting tbeiu; " that la not the air of the rose; it is only the ?talk." Surlrfg the long French war, an two old ladies in Stranraer were going to tbe kirk, the one said to the other, " Was it no a wnnderfu' thing that the Breethh were are victorious owui in battle ?"-'. Not a bit,,' said the other old lady: " dfnna ya ken tbe Breetish aye My their prayers ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. Dr. CHATjLINOR presented A petition from Mr. A. Fitsglbhon, fraying to lid heard at the bar of tlie House In answer to the chargcs which had been made against him. The peti tion war received. The Civi^Sdfvice Lint Amendment Bill (for tho reduction of Ministerial salaries) Tffas read a first time, on tho motion of the COLONIAL TftEASUUTCR. Mr. PIUTCIfARD postponod. till Thursday next, iiia motion for the introduction of the ftrisbnno and fpswich Railway BUI; and Mr PUGH postponed, till Tuesday next. hi* mo tion fir calling Mr. Filsgibbon to the bar of (he Hoitae. Mr. WALSH moved lor all correspondence and reports in connection with the recent alleged mns<acre of aboriginals nt the Mori" nish diggings. He denounced the condnct of the Native Police in strong term*, and depre cated the continuance of jucIi a foroa to e*Ut ence. The OOLONrAL SECRETARY objected (o the aflTalr at Morinish being called * massacre before the coircspondence ...

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WEST COAST OF AFRICA. HORRIBLE ROTCHERY BY AN AFRICAN KING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. HOBBXBLE SOTCB£BV tX AS AtMC&S E1K0. The Inst ninil which reachcd Liverpool from the West Const of Africa brought letters from Benin, containing accounts of a fearful tragedy that was perpetrated at tliat pl«ce on (he 2.5'li (f M/iy. There is a novereipn "t Benin, who reigns under th» familiar title of King Jerry, whose State dress coniitU of a white heaver hat, an incomplete soit of Jeamcs' livery, and mi occasional paper collar, presented to him liy some of the traders, Iiih sable Majesty, who holds a " stick'* from her Majesty's Consul at Fernando Po, keeps a rather numerous household, amongst whom are a number of wives, and a progeny in accordance. Several days prior to the 26th of Ma}', Jerry, it ap pears, became suspicious (hat one «| his sons was more intimately connected with one of his wives than the morality of King Jerry's Court allowed. There was nothing but sus picion (o arouse (lie anger of the King, but liia eon, on hearing of bis father'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 12 October 1867

Valuable Allotments of Land. TOWS OF WARWICK. To bo sold by Public Auction. W. H. BROWN HAS received instructions from Jobn Johnston Esq., Trusteo in the assigned estate of John Hanran. of Ipswich, to «ell bj public auction, On WEDNESDAY, the 16th inst , AT TRB MART, FALMERIN-ST.. Tiro vnlUftlilo Allotments of Land, altnated in Wood and Gore streets, being allot inQiits 2 and SO of sec 60. The auctioneer would call attention totliHt excellent investment, there being no reserve, and tho property titunted in one of the mgsl. delightful portions of the town. * TeVms-Cash. No Reserve. Snle to commence at noon. Title Gaarnnte"d. S14 TIUH DAY H. C. RANSOME TlTiLii sell by Public Auction, vvitli VV out reserve, at 2 o'clock, at hit Sale Rooms. Jellr Glasses Tin Plates Clothes P«gs Frying Pans Tea Spoons Wall Lamp t'nrvcrB Fendur Buckets Teapots Uislies Vases Arc., Ac., &B. Sale to conimcnci at 2 o'clock. W.IWTED, AT the Criterion Hotel, Warwick, a first din's WAITER and GROOM. None...

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