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SELECT POETRY. OVER THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

; SELECT POETRY. OVER T1HESEA. Dark clouds o'er .the heavens arec sweeping, The wind miirmiers wild and low, Audit wails out the words that my lover, Spaketo melong, long ago; " We part but to meet, my darling " Ai I when will this meeting be ? The day grows to years so slowly Now my lover is over the sea. The white-crestedwaves are plaslhing Their tireless song at myfeet, They have sung it so long and so falsely, That I heed not the music sweet; 'Tisthe old refrain they are chanting: "Some day we will bring him to thee " But their notes have all grown discordant, Nowmylover is over the sea. The sea-gulls around are flying, Their tale is the same to-day; " We have seen thy lover, oh, maiden, In the land that is far away." Fly swiftly, fly swiftly, oh, sea-gulls, And carnry this message from me; "01 Oh, love, oh, love, I am lonely, Come back to me over the sea."

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. AUHE U STRALIAN ECONOMIC BANK (Limuited)' 42 Collins street 'West, MELBOUNlME.' [Ineorporated tnder the Companies' Statute, .1864=] Capitl£500,000, in 100,000 shares of £5 each. S.ddvancres on Freehold and approved Leasehold Seeuriicks At Current Rates. PROSPEC rUSES -And all information may be obtained from MR. R. C. BRISTOW, Who has been appointed Agent at Kerang for the sale ef Shares and receiving applications for Loans in this district. HENRY CORNELL, Head Office Manager. hel'bourne, 7th December, 1877. TEHE BisK OF VICTORIA. Incorpboratd-by Act of Council. A BRANCH of this HANK is now opened at Swan Hill, for the transaction tf ge berfi banking'buoiuesa. By orre of the board, R. SUANK, Acting-Oeneral Manager. Bank of Victoria, Hea? Office, Melbourne 29th May, 1577. . ,TTlIC NATIONAL BASK OF At:TI1ALASLIA. A BRANCH ofthis BANK is row opened at Kerang. for the transaction of oldi nary banking business, under the management of Mr Jadmnes Calvert. Byomrder ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE "OMISSION!" TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. THlE 'O itsiuso I" "ID)nE R n w Er qP vun KoEnAo TEamos. Sru -"p.Civis,5 under the plea of answering ,my letter, has made your paper an instrument ,qf personpl .pttaclk. That he has been "touched on .t4le rsw is painfully evident ±from the manncrin which he has thought fit ,to express himself. His letter teems with of fensive insinuations and vulgr saresse. and in Ohis zeal to give sent to his vindictive feelings she has left the point at issue undiscussed, and ,has totally disregarded that common courtesy " which invariably characterises, and is insepa rable from, the writings of a gentleman. Per haps I may he allowed to remind your correa pondentthat when IMr Ellis was invited to tate .part in the last concert, he was not osised to siag;. the omission, therefore, that I pointed out in this case is no 'imaginary wrong," and had. ha -(your correspondent) consulted the gentlqman.in question on the subject he would never have used the term. I have no wish that this apf...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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WYCHITELLA. March 26 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

7YCHLTELLA. - [nOc OUB AW.N COonEBEP0ioDENT] March 26 r The verdant fields and spring like appearance of the district is ample proof of the great benes. Sfit derived from the downfall of rain which visited the district recently; grass is abundant, stockconsequently are in good condition. Ourpostalarrangementsaroanything butper feet; the negligence of the postmaster is, to say tiet east of it, very annoying. as letters maylie at the office for weeks, although he has affirmed that there are none there. *,&nar of Advice for the school district of joort- was elected in the beginning of the year. Iibeliqve;they intend meeting ear'y next week tfpr the pupose of electing a chairman Suel correepondent. The sooner they take eaction ;thejetlr,jt the district ia sadly in need of t eircr,inluence. The teachers are piaeed in a e1ery unpleasant position, cemine to a district ;like this, where there are no houses for their use and where it is impossible to rent one. I ihink thisis a subjec...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

'GcCv 11rEN G ETrF The fflUIawvs aýrfjn I t fessav L. cBrist'waIA-.. have been a pinteit Ii E nsan "mm tres Sfr tha fXemnr dni ct. - The f£fawirr IEcea-& hliave been: dedisay~ void -iahdn Pr~ictor. Foort, e d t ct.r : W ni. G. Skeppe r BEoort. Szc . ApplInauons faroieftense pmved --. Roheac HEv3amim4 ra ML Keener Gimnawairza 3Z=Ca; Bars TSGin er bery N arib, rat; Maiy MnItseLh Tmn A F. Rayront yt mar? 3zaa ca 3L'Lead. jerce .zc6a.a T. Eiwaadw. Damta k, 3-zna ~am Wite. Wyc tdllh. scs; G. j. Wait, Boom- 3ca I- K. Bell Boga 3zca; W Davie. 32, ram , :ca; J spoawnr, 3incha Was-,. -ca.: C. W. Armtstrone , YanawaIaj raga; Ann Eliza OQde, Thtet BL gzcaa S. Wr rr Baed BEaeL =bra; D. WWflM-mson, H"eerin, ances . G-Wait, MataL 3-zca; W. Fane ,Boars, rca; Annie Lake_ ]mlthi 3_- : PhBrip OBrie Jeairk, r6-rat W OCBrien, Me.-m4l5 z:sp Brdnet limv- Hynes. LodLon. 3. rca; Cazaine Duarna Tranowel, 3zca; 3fargart Dnnrlian, Tntowel :ca: C. - Devihtr urnibir, 3Oa: PF. O?. ei1I,. ian rum; Eiza bt...

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ONE MORE UNFORTUNATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

OKE ORE EEOTU3ATE. The recemool of a, polsi court harer rro presnteid a ythihir more pnafui aonsi rewaltit thin the parEinuIan of : case, which canme nntir the noi aE. of rr onstiie Du fr, in ew Trikr an the Ltd of JYnnm TIo.ns anti thus reported fIn. the Yew Trt Times of the day indtineri-Officer Ktiinan, of the 'intFth e Cict, at tean o clIck peatrirame,+ moinp at sy yet cdriies heip hodner frot 192 Biecher smet ES eni r. the pacelnost in ime to save a vounto woman fron. adkfe her life. Th.e unf runonat dt was fonmdv iyin in senzaiibi on a safe,. with a rime dwr ano dirisntw runni her neck that it wos sunk into the dies so deenlyo as o e aImost rviisihle The girls fice woas laei, and she was so dir nethao it took a elt half-hour to re. unitate tee. In dn tame roon was a vountrmon nameLD. Icaviiia :nri. GIcerO nuo i a.=er the gir hod sufflonedy recovered mik her and Camerick beurne ousnte Dut.f in the tef franr market poice court The ytumr womon bed o uIl dayn ant.d ernuathet to te...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EUSTON. MONDAY, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

E TSTO3 n ý !z 3!sabr I coatnsanotarx) reit tha a newspaperla is ot -tarsig l 3t WY0en Oj. It Ls zeneralty stp a C ar t -3 ae an cn-fact ) im the Azanx. - d vilL of ccttae. be pantidl to those wolves in Shee 3n ciathon that have been, and, E a . till lria oz ven acrors the slanray. Toe -·lc Ey 2eaersfig creaited - here taatri~i- iTiim eL 3 ceu wi came fa e r. sari icr Bai-anaid inomid the 2iew Dlec- I Arai ^t pass he Arsaemhi. WhetherI his 301300 i to ,-present the ivueins 'oaotersn t. tateraor to encevomnrto , sage, this ?L: 'act of ccn23tr to VIe. 1 tar" . 13 to a.2ne for his past wrong-, 300312s. sand-em his public. chamoiccar, t ilffapo time wiil teiL -1 ar orf 11 sonme sa attars are 1 spendlin12 aver .5tO,GtJ3 npoien dicdniaL' tmop 0menta on the right bank of the !uric; as a seeeufaticii i ants ipation of the aiij-va; to `vTtcrb hey have thirty miles fronne by land, ann 3-t3 seventy by water. They asr mW.a trel. and. goinonzi wholesale. Thes bite sit cnire so mel on the 3larmvc...

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AN EXCITING SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

A sanng-uarr retd bui-Joe was ane of the moast mtrrt fratres on the Sen Fynncieco Dlorw Shiw list man So abhnormly sawLe was the creatfrel that his fuOd twa always aC thrown to hfm tan aconvenient «ittnoe. anI bis drinkpouahed withi hi raci by meamo of atre pale. Ed woas f aeoo rauLtmfory m.n the moment he arriverat the pav'itnm, andt made firtoue amonpca to boreak his poweru Lchain, anl atck the other doos anst thoe seemmr. One ta-, in itn the eatibi- : tnn. while ColoneL E. L BEarrt was in the hall, a a-ric outero wa heri in the diroc nan of the bull-ioordenaruent The reta tor refermitei to firm omea wa or aiher. ainoen his caont. anr inmtnolo- reined a InaT chmi4n the onahtter of 3fr Ena oc iday, the lumber mer:hoit. wh.en i was apparenty r-un to paces. There was pmhbaliy nor one of the group of renthnmen rnerret o La T non in physicnt eaooee, boo the two tamne every man shan ine iitockEmr? anarunutrco t L rteamaamiae and bolt-ot`. Fowever, Colonel Earnes oiaantly 'sheti ernitant...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 25. (Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), and R. C. Bristow, Js. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MosDAY. Mancn 25. (Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), and R. C. Bristow, Js.P.)' James M'Farlane, alias Sanderson, was charged with stealing a dog, valued at £10, the property of W J Brannigan. Constable O'Donnell conducted the case for the Crown. W J Brannigan, selector at Lake Dan, stated that on the 21st of February he lost a dog valued at £10 Does not know the prisoner, never having seen him before le (witlness) had lent the dog to a man named Cook, but had never authorised him to dispose of the dog in any way. To prisoner-The dog is registered; produce the certificate The registration was efected the day after the dog was lost. E M Cook, a farmer at Lake Meran, recollected the 21st day of February On that day, had Brannigan's dog in his possession While outside the paddock, prisoner came past in a spring cart The dog went up to the cart Shortly' after missed the dog Then got a horse, and rode five or six miles to overtake the cart The dog was then fol...

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KERANG TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

KERANG.T URiE CLUB =ANrOUAL <MEETING StewarclgsMessrs L Fairley, Angus A. Amos, H. 1If Kinnon, V. Campbell, S J. H. Bell, J,i Cullen, junr.,John -W. t Taverner. Judge - Lionel. Fairley. i Starter-J. H. BelL j The' anriual meetingbof the KeIrang Turf Club took place yesterday, and on the whole may be considered a ( success. Everything passed off with out a hitch, and with the exception of a little time lost over the post entries, each event was started tolerably punc tual to the time advertised. The club seems to be unfortunate on their race days as regards the weather. Last year, owing to the heavy rain, by which the course was half under .water, they were compelled to avail themselves of an adjoining piece of land on whilch to run. This season they were in a similar predicament. The heavy rain that has fallen during the past three or four days has left the racecourse more like a bog than anything else. So in cessant was the rain on Monday and Tuesday that it was consider...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

za cs has, airs OS~ ami 211. bis tend in: n. smnai aeýe . IIii7LnCar era qmiiet tow. ;Ain. the socee55 that has atten themn hitherc". they sfll became ~l~l~~onh" pnannt n81'it'QýSInn hPaILimatt a 1etf anent smso. dance at the sale on. ~,i $.' ~Y M so ILIrgea O4 .II, is l has afnt ctsthe oanatity of stock .. E Sha h realise, that that r' rh fewrsen who did at at t ei da b u sin es s . ·rtr giaclt between, the DIurhiam )C: ali aIUaCL* actIat clubs was pPaLtBe ý, rhsn (Yr an. fi5aifrldy lisi, and atm5 ac'te ii tivoia i the lceal teain. 4a ma itt a a sssntflesi i- at the -ia· mar vaLt had been an otherwise eanteitc " nrr , hrtionh the isecta ,m aeaiflR 0 plii7 on; thei second .iini~a I thChan t thei List man. was in). i he t""that the Light was act racd 'oas gt ("n ti. pca) for the por. p ai ra it a dtiwn mantch. The gala ti tht Da:-han Os eleven insisted au :etIna eitner decided an the fret :aines~ it pliayd aint an another dan, or a tbmic the ,:nee to be .ecif.deby the tanr it t.iiar ...

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EAST LODDON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

EAST LODDON COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the East Lod- don Shire Council,a djourned from the pre- vious week, was held on Friday at the Shire Hall, Serpentine. Present—Crs. Hardy (President), Laird, Edwick, Potter, D. Coutts, Raleigh, Gillespie, and Lethlean. Letters were read and received as fol- low:— From T. J. Connelly, Sandhurst, for- warding drawing of chandeliers for Shire Hall. Cr. Potter moved, and the presi- dent seconded, that two chandeliers of tih pattern forwarded be purchased and proper- ly fixed; carried. From the District Survey Office, Sand- hurst, stating that the application of Charles Medcalf had been postponed, to get the opi- nion of this council as to whether the road included in the same should be parted with. The consideration of the matter was postponed. From II. Lamont, asking the council, on behalf of Msr d'llray, to ihave the dis trict lie resided in proclaimed a licensing district; ,agreed to on the motion of Cr. Edwick. The followirng petition from...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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PARLIAMENTARY. Tuesday, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

PA RLJIAMEN TARY. Tuesday, March 20. The Assembly met today, and in answerr to a question, Mr WToods stated that the e nployes on the railway lines had been all examined during the last four months by' the chief-medical ollicer, and only two were found to be suffering from what is known as acquired color blindness. The Chief Secretary moved the adjourn ment of the House till Thursday. Since they had last met, those members of the House whlo had interested themselves, and taken a vast deal of trouble, in the most disinterested manner, to bring about the cessation of what he believed was a most disastrous state of things to thle many int - rests of the colony, had again assured hisi that if that House still adhered to the paci fic proposals which he made before, that before tihe week was over the dilliculty would be settled. It was in conscquence of that assurance,which he had satisfiedhimself to be wellfounded,andtholorughllybelievdin that hlie was again induced to ask the IIouse to ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Feb. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUIMMnARY. Losnox, Feb. 15. The debate in the House of Commons on Sir S: Nortlcote's motion for granting a supplementary vote was continued on the 1st, 4th, 5th, and 7th insts., when the amendment was withdrawn in consequence of the information received of tihe Turkish troops having evacuated the Telileckmnejie lines, thus leaving Constantinople at the mercy of the Russians, and there being no certainty that they would not enter tihe city. The motion was agreed to in com mittee by 328 to 121 votes. In the divi sion Mfesrs Gladstone and John Bright were in the minority. Several Liberals voted with the Government. The strongezt possible manifestations of public feeling had been manifested through outtlseconutry.Ins Londonentlhusiastic meet tings had been held, and also in the coun try -meetings of 20,000 persons were held at Slsellicld, Leeds, and Manchester, and numeroaus gatherings at nearly all the prin cipal towns pronounced in favor of the Gov...

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PROSPECTS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

PROSPECTS OF 3AR. The fervent hope that a war would be averted seems to be growing fainter every day. The conference that rwas to sit at the.end of the present month has not as yet aIp to the time of writing) commenced its sittings; the mntonth is fast slipping away. Russia: still insists on excluding altogether from the congress the Bessarabian question, and the cession of Armenia while on the other hand England and Austria are firm in demanding that the whole of the peace.proposals should be submitted for the consideration of'the. congress. As we pointed out in our last issue, Russiais making all prepa rations for another campaign. Rein -forcements are near ready; the sick and wounded-have beenremored; and in fact everything has been done to render the next campaign a success. Russia has intimated his intention not to abate another jot dr tittle of his demands, whether the conference meets or not. - The war indemnity-of £200o,ooo,ooo is not to be reduced.! True, £150,000,000ooo wi...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 26th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

STOCK REPORLTS. Sandhurst, 20th March. Messrs J. C. Walker and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-l,31i yarded. Of this number fully two thirds were inferior and store. The supply was too heavy for requirements, and prices suffered a decline from last week's rates. We quote best in from £0 to £10 103 for bullocks, to £8 for cows, medium to good quality £7 to £8 ]2s (d for bullocks, ££ 103 to £0 for cows. We sold 141 for Messrs Westlade, Fraser, Gibbard, Poole, M'Ki;ndey, and others at full rates. Fat Calves.-08 yarded. P'rices were not as good as last week. Fat Sheep.-5,070T yarded. For good quality prices were about equal to last week, with a dull sale, but in ferior sorts were hard to quit. We quote best wethers a:.t 13s to 14s, good quality wethers to 11s, good owes 7s to s1 Gd. We sold 2,375 for Messrs Dalgetty, lbbot son and Co., and 1,100 for Messrs Moffat, Wilson, Robertson, and others, at quota tions. Fat Lambs.-S0. The season is now almost over, and not smany are sold. We sold a few a...

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ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

ANNUAL RACEs.-The annual meet ing of the Kerang Turf Club came off yesterday, and on the whole may be considered a success. . Great credit is due to the various officers for the exer tions put forth. Doubtless the rumour that the races would be postponed prevented many persons from being present, but notwithstanding this fact the attendance was good. A CYCLONE -During the afternoon of Sunday last, a storm of peculiar vio lence swept over a portion of this dis trict. Its full force was felt in the Barr Creek direction, and towards Ganna warra. Though only of about an hour and a half or two hours' duration, the rain that fell was considerable, and the wind was most terrific. In the timber. huge branches were wrenched off and scattered about in fragments. Flash after flash of the most vivid lightning flickered and flared in all directions, while the thunder kept up an almost continual roar. The area over which the storm passed was very limited We have not heard of any damage done to pr...

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FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Sandhurst, March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

FLOUR AND GRAIN MARLELT. Sandhurst, Itarlch 27th. The following tre the prices which rutled to day:-Flour, 11 10s per ton; wheat, 4s 9d to 4s 10t per bushel for prime; oats, Is 4d to 4s lid per bushel; bran, 1is Id per bushel; pollard, is 'dd per bushel. Mr W. J. loobier reports:-The following are rateswhich ruled today :-Wheat 4s 0d to 4s 10d per bushel; oats, 4s 4d to 4s (ii per bushel; English barley, ds Gd to -4s d per bulshel ;,Capo barley, ds 3.1 to4s Pd per bushel; bran, Is id per bushel; pollard, is 3d per bushel; flour, £11 10s per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

I G L STON EJIX 1' As.-s= -T1 .ma v:= O D1P WAGCO{' L. T0\ E lI \ Co3ý_ ýz P ;;e mr- dr-tio I. - 'Iý=o.STREET, iTRLES~ & SO 'S_ < A3 .CSTEAM XiRRLXkE WORKS. A- DIRi¶ST. Cop Prie Sikrer 1-_ . 3 3. 7,-lf AND S TILE 7D z 77 ý-ý TA" o;C_-s sese 1 Cý1 LL' ATE YD TA. c- -Tc ST\LrE OF VEHCLES, NO0TIC'E. .PPIN AND HA.RDERS, Li --. .U'_- __ Cc;CE F.A.CTOUY. ACHj.i LD1;RS. &c.. `.'13.=.1 toe svsk ;;5 ir; :1 rt --ITT' NO0TE IEZ : DD rE APP" AND HIARDE COA3Cflh3UILDETS. C-- .-. -,, -c --;~ sui = *' "z. Cs-___e. T1CsWe ro e, T -C MS A. SIIELLE ='>> - ' E`-3.q C si-- ;=Ui~: a ir E : P11. OFh O -~vL Uf B-EDDCEE -~55S5 negre~smrsdoe ~:I·;, ir---L~ ;t P~ DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. I M P 0 R T A N T IMIPORTANST TO1 SELECTORS, HEADS OF FAILIES, WOREING MEN AND OTHERS. OWING TO THE D ISSOLUTI ON OF PARTNE RSIIP OP J. A. IHAWES & CO., The Old Esabioed CHEAP READY MONEY DRAPERS. VIEW POINT, SANDHURST, r The Whole of their stnk, anmontinz to 1:l.t)) Worth of DRAPERY &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

WA ITEDr W -x - T 7 D N -G v- -,. 'EO- A-iDAMS is ts onlmt Anthlriied AhENST ain REEAr aunx Dsimiz for tahe Celbratel SEfiNGEBS Sewi=ng iafines. uncnuzs. 5esdl3s. Cotmns. Oils, and DnnE ctses., aivav oan hindL inuara dne. Iesuna give- -im- pavsntIs. v m . TEnD KE OWS-i GEO ADA3 is - a. SOELE AGET frar SCELr,-S0 a?mo ASCEEBE?? 'S G-ani ? EiBn55 ndi Esnaonisms, Mosis. &e. E Timit EP1rymntmF Deisistoa selett f-. • r A _.5 .E . N. S 0 W Sv FECTI WILE Wandi TscLi,, G:naiistd and -Car1a Stld f-n and. Iron& finiETyCEE, Ai ADATIS'l Frsitare, Oai.-liiL Paint TOBLE. Ap Be aliJ'wa. Jon s. Pa-i ass Tuuwe s tn-etz res-¶Ean its &wfl SANTED A MANX Apply J- JOSE4, Fr mFi.s .elay t6 Jh~mtlc- un NO'MECES. Lay -ERA-kNGL-ODGE. EOG3 nis,-A1 BO-wAti a be. ara the S aLDG erBDoXMCnisrf -m ra, wnithL BTleo Bottom. IERnotb cifrmae ani eZeniIae -:; soH to efi ray e eeasat -m -^ - W3Lef C, - d .LOYLa KER S, ANG-LODGE. AEmm 3i. a Amro oSfc aSE33< ofe - nLODGKtE s O qCwrH sia6i...

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