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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 18 September 1875

COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 Before Messrs. Toempleton,' P.Sl., Morgan (Mayor), W: Kidney, and Joel Eade, Ellon. Daly, ohlgoe with drukloentinsy, was dischargod. Lucy Parker was brbught uip for larceny of a linon shoot, valutd at Oa., from the promises of James Fenwiok, Young, etrbet, Fitzroy,.on the 3rd inst.,, The prldoner was discharged. Thomas Barry was charged With stealing' a razor and a pair of olastito.ido boots, from the roesidenoo of Jlin.: Rito, Great Oxford street, but was discharged. . Je Mary Davis v. Joseph Davis, and Catherine Gard v. John Gard.-Thorb wore no appearancos, , , Mary Droodon v. Donis Carroll,--Claim for £5, money 'lent, for which amount a verdict was given, with Gs, costs, Samutel Coulter v. Charles Coombes,- Verdict for £2 10s., for'rent, and. 5a., costs, to he paid by instalments of es, per week. 1. T'eaguo v, .,J. I. Johnson, and Willinal ITrott v, J. Gibbons.-No appearances. Thomas Milkins was brought up for the maintenance of his daughter, ag...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

M RS. ? BOAST, D ,PERY -ESTABLISHMENT, S 2BERMONDSEY HOUSE.'' WELLINGTON ST., 'O0LLINGWOOD, (,I' (orner. of simpson'.),,, , ' A ptqsomaaikng;in all its Branopeb..., brrGBE:NN.EN, &,:VINES,; ,:it Fashidhi lle ~oot aild Shod' aklrs, Allorders and repairs' promptly attenddd to. Charges striotly moderate. SPEdIA NOTICE. JJT;1'Fta2D bxxl cwsiT t ,173JU .k 1 ', ,A . ýiIJUO3J3N! ,et.iT8 i1J . JO.. ,.,L M., (1 .A(H; b tn.1 O{ ,si I A LE. .SA. ,IT?HAOM A S, "m.e z2. .O EL ?. . , CARTLTON. '"tirilemen'own' imaterial m ade up." ? ... ISS :McKEY, GENER ZDRPER 81 GERTRDEST FITZROY. " Millinery leantle's,' Costumes, Hosiery, Fea E,: Flowers, Cuff ,,&c. The Blhot noo i?s under theo mna ement o l'of Miss McKeirj. MRS... HI. GGENSIO aN0±- REPOSITORY SqA1ITH STREET, fITZROY,.:; ' ra elak in grejt vaietyr' Pattern"j Sta4 o'every Materi'al foe, Braidiing.' Pinking done. Berlin Wool in great variety of colors. Registry Office for Servants . Ageoqjfdir0aoutt'a' giuirlutoed Aceti AIidi ..;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

'MARRIED IN BLACK." And other Poems, by Nnwox :GoonIou, handsome half-morocco, 12s. Od,, George Robertson, Melbourne; and all booksellers. UST PUBLISHED. Cato Major; or Do Senectuto, with 800 notes and references to Dr. Smith's Smaller Latin Grammar. Also, same literally translated from the original, by Anwyll Watson (of Melbourne University) Fitzroy Private Academy, Moor Street. JUST PUBLISHED, ROBERTS' MANUAL OF FASHIONABLE DANCING AND . . VADE MECUM FOR TUE EBA.L,,L RCEROOMd.: Containing a Review dnd Full description of all the Modern Dances, with plates. Sold by the authors, 87 Collinse-st. east; George Robertson, publisher; and all book and music sellers. REES WILLIAMS, FAVIILY BUTCHER, Corner of Ryrie & Wellington streets, COLLINGWOOD." Storekeepers supplied with all kinds of Haberdashery, Hosiery, Small Wares, and General Drapery by E. MOULTON, ' 42 SMITH STREET. 186 ELIZABETH STREET, 186 The Australian Time Payment Furniture Warehouse MOSS 'ISAACS ''& CO. Hou...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN AND COUNTRY. (NEW QUARTERLY MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

TOWN AND COUNTRY. (NEw Qt?ARTn.LY uIGAZINE.) In. the country, out of fifty sights, forty-nine at least are of pretty- or beautiful objects, even where there is no particular scenery to boast. Woods, gardens, rivers, country roads, cottages, waggons, ploughs, cattle, sheep, and over all, always a broad expanse of the blessed sky, with the pomps of sunrises and sunsets, and moonlight nights and snow.clad winter days-these aye things on which everywhere (save in the Black Couitry, which is not the country at all) the eye rests, and finds peace and delight. In the town, out of thel same number of glances of our tired eyeballs, we shall probably behold a score of huge advertisements, a) line of hideous houses with a butcher's shop as the most promilent object,, an omni bus andi a brewer's dray, a score of bLicklayers returning slightly 'drunk from dinner, and a :handsome carriage with the unfortunate horses champing their gag-bits in agony from their tight bearing-reins, while. the coach...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAZARETH. (GOLDEN HOURS.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

NAZARETH. (GoLpanr 0ouns.) Two' hours more brought us within sight of the home of the Son of= Mary: in the centre of a not very lofty table. lhnd we behoeld a' kind of basin, sur rounded on every side by gently-sloping hills; and there was the spot once glorifled by the thirty 'years lowly residence of the Carpenter of Nazareth. 'The village, 'we found by and by, occupied a somewhat elevated position on the western side of the basin; and it was not difficult to identify the "brow of the hill" from which the infatuated villagera must have purposed to cast down Him whom a few moments before they had been ready to adore, "wonder ing at the gracious things which pro ceeeded out of His mouth." It contained a population of some six or seven hundred, who seemed to live chiefly on 'tho product of the superstition of the benighted monks. Nothing could be more painful than the details'of that superstition. i There was the spot where Gabrio~'tood when he made the annunciation to the "highly-fa...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIONAL MUSEUM. MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY. FOURTH AND FINAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

NATIONAL MUSEUM. .3ELBOURNE UNIVERSITY. . FOURTH AND FINAL NOTICE, UPoN the left-hand side of the door of the gallery to which access is gained by a.staircase at the southern extremity of the main hall, is a political and physical map of the world executed upon an extended scale; while diverging to the right and left there are several hand some glass cases filled with zoological and conchological collections. Those immediately fronting the visitor as he enters contain: innumerable curiosities of general marine conchology, and comprises several beautiful shells from the undermentioned localities:-Philip. pines, Ceylon, St. Domingo, Red Son, California, Mediterranean, China, South Sea, 'Amboyna, Senegal, Tahiti, Gunda loupe, Vancouver's Island, and West Africa, besides one from Central America, of the Cassidulus ,genes and Patula species. Of the above varieties, the shells obtained from California are unquestionably the largest and most. beautiful, while others procured from the shore...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, SEP. 25, 1875. CRIES OF THE BABES. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

SATURDAY, SEP. 25, 1875. i CRIES OF THE BABES. RAOIIC.EL is still mourning .for; her children, and refuses to be comforted, because they hre not. • The lamentations of the prpphets over Moab and Edom, are revived in the aydiblo sorrows of Fitzroy and Collingwood. When Master.Trrus lay screaming inside the case of a violincollo, VON GRUMPLEs exclaimed, in a lachrymose tone "There go'his five octaves of chromatic squalls; dat darling leetlo teuful will surely make a groeat noise in do .vorld." And a ratepayor of Fitzroy, might have reiterated the same cry, when the unweaned infant of MARGARET and Jone SLONE lay sprawling and scream ing, on the 16th instant, upon the spot 'where its mother had deposited it, immcdiat6ly opposite the Court house. The. spectacle was anything but a pleasant one; and it could not have failed to inspire an observer with some original ideas concerning maternal instinct. The infimant Mosies ivas an abandoned child, but a lucky baby; for after his mother laid h...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

,INTEROOLONIAL EXHIBITION. . tn Department 3 are found those objeots tlanufactured from ,vegtablo pcodu.o?ons, and ilqn tlnae whjoh are leoca am fqrtil|oro, &o,.-suoh as prfumoes, tobaooo, ohmloale, essential oils, sugars, dyes, oxplosive com. pounds, paints, varnishes, rosins, vinegar, oil, blaoking, &o, Thle oataloguo states in reforonoo to the us of flowerS in peofiIeory, tlab gg t' qf the roses uised iin Melbprno come from NKiliýtb;ie, and' we$'': iintselves assure our readers'that if they""dwlesh to see n sight, they: must; take a waolk;in the mobnths of Oct?oer and. November Ito German Town, situate between the Preston road andthe Darebin Creook, when tfi? roses are in full bloom. :'Theywill is6su4dly lie ell repaid, for thb'journey.' : ; ' : .As the,.visitor enters' the main,}uilding from Latrobe street,, taking ,he left-hand side,' ?'littl?'beyond the middle of, the hall, in'Group 10;he arrives ata st'and oehibitbd by the'Australian a1iiufact?rlIni Conipany, ...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor' Omni'd Vincit. ' , : TO ' OORRESPONDENTS. . i ejectcd commurnications ,cctmQt be .returned under. anl circumstances whatever. No. notice can be taken of a?onylmdus con tmunications. Rverij letter must: be' accom pamined by the name and 'address of the writer, not necessarilyl for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith . To avoid inconvieiece and delay 'to persotns interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad. dressed to GIrrITrc & SrAvEM, and not to the EDrTOnt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

GENERAL NOT . THE Mercury is published every rr TMorning. Persons wishing toha ij paper regularly delivered at their pla of business or residence will be charged 1er quarter, payable in advanoe by post l,;d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, Juno, and September. The Edi ill ollglo.if ation-morne' ear relating tolocal matters.! :i SL? TE..E?O?AD.a . TIS. NG.. . Business Cards, per quarter, from 6s. Od. Offoial and Election Advertilsemnnts' each insertion, per inch ... 2s, 6d. Want plaoeep Servazte, Houses and'?* Land for 'Saleol'td Lot,"°Ahtilcls l.too. s Mi ing Frends, die, ' Os, ?d. Notices of 'Births, Dbeth's; and To" Ai?nsisa:-Notice , t b" 'idi aedsrertise bsiennts t ?HE MLerury cai?obtined'fom any o .i the yollging agei~nia i--ubsoriptton J,?. G. CAUNSLL, .,, 167-Smith street. Mrs, WtooDadiwr,,; ; ,9BO1runsivok str6dtl Duir, CAnTzu,, .. Arcade, Smith street. AND COLLrIN Mr, Nsild '. i , +-& ao Noh Fitzroy) Mr. Si...

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CHAPTER. III. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

O ; APTER. I1I. 1TgY.i were at this time descending a rocky 'pass, which might at some distanit period'have been the chdnnel of a"narrow 'mountain stream, but it was nowd ;ry. On either side tall cliffs rose almost perpendicularly, nearly meeting at' the entrance through which the riders had passed, and'gradually re ceded from each other until they finally parted, and spread out on either side, forming a natural boundary to a deep g6rge in the mountainis, of some con. siderable extent, a part of which only was visible from the point of view which our stockmen had attained. The stock-yard and hut were on the opposite side of the gorge, and separated from the. thickly wooded, mountain ihich rose frowningly above it by a wide, marshy, sluggish stream, which found an outlet into the lower plains 'at the further extremity of the run. On.all sides, Mr. Bracy informed his new men, the run was tolerably well shut in' by natural barriers, so as to secure the stock from straying, but not so e...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

OA.VThR II. "SErnI'nns?..: Perhaps; 'but y;oui may' suit nme better in another way. Can you ride?" ',To this question, put, in a good-humoured tone by Mr. Bracy,ý an olderly personage, tall, slight, andt muscular, quick in speech and activeo in movement, Frank promptly` res ponded that ho beolliyd he could-a little. "Now comers goherally think so," said Mr. Bracy,lVwith a laugh which might have implied" a shado:of?oubt, if Frank lihd ,'eoi' to unddr'stihd it so. "Woll, wo: shall sooe. And.your comrade?" . Simeon fancied ,he' knew a thipg or two about horses; and so he said. "And cattle,. too, perhaps?" Mr. Bracy continued; ." but that does not matter. I watit stockmen rather more than shophoids, 'iindl ifyou 'riboi nothing aboyt stock, you sooun ill;i bdti' we. can talki about that under cover; you are footsoreo, .I see;" nnd is:s ho' spoke, ho led tho'e 'iay towards 'tlib house,, silencing, fis heo dreyv ncht* ''tij furious barking of two 'or three, dogs, as they sprang threatoning...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. COLLINGWOOD, SEPTEMBER 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

COUNCILS. COLLINGWOOD, SEP'IEM~BERI 2'2N,. Present at the ordinary fortnightly meeooting of the above Council--'Tho Mayor, (Cr, Morgan) in the chair, Crs. Peters, Dohnort, Kidney, Wright, Holland, Smith, Upton, and Walker. CORtESP'ONDENCE. The Town Clerk of Richmond forwarded specifloation for the maintenance of Victoria street for twelve:months, from 2nd October, 1875. ". Mr. S. Coicoran informodl the Council that he had boon instructed to remove the nuisance caused by drainago from Camn bridge street, and if the nuisance was not instantly removed proceedings would be taken. The Town Clerki was requested to ask for further information. The Curator of Intestate Estates wanted the rates on land, amounting to A£?lOG. 8d., belonging to a Mir. Jones, rebated, as the property had been unoccupied since lMay. No reduction to be made. Mr. Richard Dun wanted to know when thq street lamps were not supposed to be lighted in Bond street, and when they were supposed to be . alight and were not. ...

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POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

Fi'2I110O'-MiouwAY , &EPTEBDER 20Tu. floforo, Mesjsr. .Maldnoey' '(ayor), Blin. nntts, McLoan, Woodhoad, T?. Kidney, and Marsden. Josephiro Stlli4nu, ocn loted. three tl| ao dr t?}ignose within twelvomhonths, Nya again chagod with a similar offence, and sentenced to six months' imprisonment with liatd lahor, . MIry Ann. Johnson, charge4 with stoal, lng throo tlgphlorsa vilqocI at Ta, Qd,, the proporty of Mra, Lymon, wag aoquittol, Lonuis Day v. Sophia Jaines.-Mr. Elkins for plaintiff, and Mr, E. H. Smith for' defendant, who xesides in Viotoria Pnradop and was' charged with having addressed some insulting languago to the plaintiff. There was a oountor-summons In the case, whero ,the defendant stated thigj hg i4q4 called qt tile plrhnti;:'q py~get~c~ a to soo a .tqsqrc of hetosu, named Mrs. ~arke, and to ak for a saucepan, when some angry alteroation onented, in whloh !both' pirties appeared to be mutually In the wrong. In tho case of' Day against James, the hoIll ordered dofo...

Publication Title: Mercury
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PHYSICAL TRAINING. (LAND AND WATER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

PHYSICAL TRAINING. (LAND AND wATnr,) ITs is Impossible to over-estimato the importance of early physical training, and, considorhig we somewhat pride oursolves on being a nation of athletics, it is somowhat surprising so little account is taken of this part of our education, True overy school almost has its cricket and athlotio clubs, and wvhero oppiortunity offers, as at Eton and Westminster, Its boat club likowise, But thi joining these clubs ls porfbotly optional, and many a weakly youngster, who might grow up into a strong and hearty man, is left out in the cold from Ihyiness or Indisposition to join in the sport.. It is dLesirrablo, if only on the well-known principlo of developing the piWntemlc sunam in corJo1re sano, that every school in England should have attached to it one or more skilled instructors in physics-not the physics with which the medical practitioner supplies us, or the physics,which some reverend or irroevertnd wrangler does his best to ipstil into our feeble ...

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COFFEE. (NEW YORK TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

COFFEE, (NEw YORK TIEZs.) A CORRESPONDENT of the Times addresses us and our readers upon the subject of. coffee. Now, coffee is a subject not to be treated lightly, as many a wife knows, and many a husband. For, does it not come home to men's breakfasts and bosoms? We should think it does, and when it comes regularly, in the form that it ought to have, and with the warmth that proper ly pertains to. it, it brings solace and great comfort. But if, on the contrary, it comes too soon, and so loses some of its aroma and some of its heat, and perhaps begins to take a taint of acidity, or too late, so that the hurried and expectant lips are scalded, then do clouds lower; then are mutterings heard; then, on some occasions, not too rare, do storms break forth, shrill echoes of which are afterwards heard in the regions below. Our corres pondent does not exaggerate the interest of his communication, so far as its relation to the daily comfort of many people goes; and we shall endeavor to supp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

T'Th.e ;"riuth. TF you wait first-class :Boots and Shoes Syou will find them at, T. PETERS, 74 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWOOD; Fiom 10 to 15 per cent." below Melbourne * Prices for similar goods. Mr. MICHAEL " KIDSTON, SOLICITOR, CONVEYANGER, &C., No. 07 COLLINS ST. EAST, Opposite National Bank, Residence: 58 Napier st., Fitzroy. Near corner of Gertrude St. s PIANOFORT'E WA REIIO USE 87 RUSSELL, STREET, Goods sold on terms to suit purchasers. Ma] ter & Ch o., A. C. IIUENERBEIN. a FEORGE ST. STATE SC0HOOL, No. 282, S Fitzrey, was reopened as usual on April 5th. A Free Night School hold on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays,: at 7 p.m. J. HORBSFALL,'IIecd Teacher. FITZROY PRIVATE , AADEMY: 2' Moor street," Fitzroy. Clesses reas semble for third quarter Wednesday, July 7. Prospectuses on application. A. WATSON, Principal. 1 . MYERS: 130 Collins Street. Cancer- without operation, Tumours, Swellings, Ulcers, Rheumatisnm and Chronic Diseases of the Blood generally. Dideases pec...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

• '. . 'LOCAL INE'iS: . STho Collingwood council have decided 3 upon loevying a rate for the ensiuindg year to the amount of Is. 1Od: in the pound. SWe regret. to n6ti66'ictl'"pibedioric 'of Sdiptheria at Ooburg;' nd:trust the disease Sniay'be speedily'extorpated.i , i i, 'The inquiry into :the grouidingl of the SCeylon steamer 'has boon deferred to next w eek, .. " - • . . . :" J, . ; . . - . *t is interesting to leam.that Collingwood Swill nodt bo a shiing iii'debt ht':'tho end of thbe'resent:financial yýar' if' thbe" Govern mentt keep ' their: promise according -to 5 theO not.t ' rv V .1 -i : !;i -i The ".-Commissioners 'mnnounhee that Victorianwool, of'this year's growth, ivill be received up, to the 25th.otober; wheb' selections 'wil bomade'f' 'tiansmiisifi"' to Phfladdlhia. : ," 1 " i, "t'". t? : 'Augustus Bispip wa 'mittied for trifl by'"thd~'Melb'ouib eb'enhi :'6bnV Wdnrida'y I. last'?tfoi'oreorylatidtittering ag heque.for :i .50 upon the Savingsl Bank, on the 6th inst,,with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

'ubliio oOmpanies. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. COLLING?WO9D BRANCH. The business of this branch is now con duoted in the now promises, 246 & 248 SMITH STREET. General Banking Business transacted in all its branches. Interest allowed on Deposits at the follow in rates: TiraEE MONTs ... ... 3 per cent. SIx MoNTHs ... ... 4 ,, TwXrvz Monrus ... ... 5 ,, EDWIN TOWLE, Manager. COLLINGWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano and AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited Registered. Capital, NominalS7000. ; In 7000 shades of One pound. Payments- 2s. 6d. on.application, 5s, on allotment, and liable to calls of 2s. 6d. per month as may be required. Prospectuses,'testimonials, and rules may oe had at the office, over No. 1 Collins street east. • This company is formed to carry out in. the .above district the patented process of Messrs. Hesse and Rummel, for disposing of and utilising animal excreta, as night soil, &c., for the towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a contract with the local councils ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 25 September 1875

Trade Advt e *ni 2.a te. ICKET 1 CRICKET 1 CRIOKETI 1, GO.TO.i. : W~IQLESALE AND =ETAILs Y 4;FANCY 'EPOSITORY, X18`, 1h, ntCoUmng'Woo..,' cricket bats, stumps, bells, toyl dope, .boxes, writin?.deks coicrtinas, bagly, clni'p ' Aoh, 'gentleme 's ba&gs' travelling. bags;, atationeryv ,enbrus ,hpsieq b; escrtption. All kinds 0of wool goods to od r: HQilin wool 44.'per dozen. trekeperd and'hawkers stupplied.. ILLET &I 'O. Liiitt ocON .S ?%l I .1. ' pas .the door every few minuted' Fare -!threpncei'. ENRY`J. R., LEWIS, .,200YOUNG ST.,' FITZOY, (0f J.hnslto stroeet).'. ." is prepared' to' conduict funerals in' dcoantiyt th tlowest possible rates alllasses." Hearaes;Mourning Coaches, .at requisites, at ys?n the premises. THE TRADE.: SUPPJ.IED,., MILYOGROCER WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner of ,, ington & Langridge 8ts;, ly occupied by A. E. DOWNIE, ., from his success in the past, and d varied experience as Tea Dealer, 'na and pirit Merchant, . CHALLENGE8 ` CO...

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