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Miscellaneous. A TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

(J^vA-fti V -v *\ CUu-aJ ,113 ♦ A TRAGEDY. One night, while reckless gambling was going on, tho ' vontriloquist'1 slipped into tho room. ^Tho Marquia d'Albano, dark|vieaged, extremely elegunt, and in tho prime of his life, was seated at a oard table opposite to a quiet young man who had juBt won all tho inarquiB' money. The loser, aa was his habit on such occa BionB, apreaa out on the table a number ot large showy omeralda and sappbirea and asked to havo * his rovenge, which was granted. From, that instant luck turned in tho sharper's favour; in twenty minutes ho had plundered tho young man of some 40,000f., which he heaped up before him amongst his pretended precious stones. Tho young man in turn demanded a re venge with all ho had loat, namely 40,000f., aa the stoke. A portion of the lady's guestB crowded round to watch tho players. The 'ventriloquiBt' pressed into the front rank, in order not to loao a movement of tho marquiB1 hande, and he distinctly saw him exchange one of tho ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Household CONSIDERATION FOR THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 March 1882

[?] CONSIDERATION FOR THE SICK. Peiibohs who havo had and Been but littlo aiokriosa cannot npprociato tho sufior ing of a sick poison from noise. During an attack ot. malarial f over,. a fow years ago, it Boomed to tho writer aa it tho mom bera of tho family tried (o olam tho doors, aud wo thought that if wo recovered wo Hsonld surnlv tiach both old and vounir of tho housohold to go about thoir duties with less noiso and particularly to opon uud oloao doora carefully. Tho olfactory senao iB also keener dnriugillncaa and wo wellromomber tho naiiBuous Bensation cauocd by tobacoo suioko. Ouo inouibi?r of tho family who waa nbsont dming fcho day and whom wn dearly loved to h.\vo ait with ub in tho evouing, joined us only affair supper and after ho had smoked hia pipe. Ho waa sensitive and we did not caro to mention our then great ropuKnanca for tobacco, but no doubt it would havo been farbottertohave '? spoken out' than to have suftored night after night from tho fumes of that dread ful...

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Traveller. REINDEER? FARMING ON THE ARCTIC SHORES OF SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

$%Kfalltt. . EEINDEER. FAEMINa ON THE AEOT10 SHORES OP SIBERIA. A oohiiebi'ONdunt on board tho b.s. Gorwin Bends to Uio Han Francisco Bulletin, from Plovor Buy, Siberia, ihia inttiro»tiug uaobnut ol liiudoer (arming :— At two days' distnnco, said our guides, where the valleys lira wide und gieun, with plenty to oat, th«ro ia a big flock of lomcWr, so big thoy oover all tho ground thoreubums, etc, but eho flock wo wero to biio was only u littlo 0 jo1(, and the owner was not a rloh tnttn. Ab wa approuohod tho shoro a hundred yards or bo from the huts, a young man oamo running to moot tie, bounding over the moraino boulders, with easy strength aa if his limbs had been trained on tho mountains for many a year, until running had beoome a plouuuut indulgence. Ho wub presently joined by three othors, who gazed and smiled oariously at tho etenm-lannch and at oar party, wondoring suspiciously, when the in terpreter had told our objeot, why we should oomo bo f»r,aud seem ho eager to see their...

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THE JEWS GIFT. A.D. 1200. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

THE JEWS GIFT. a.d. 1200. TnE Abbot willedit, and it was'done. They hanged him high in an i-on ooge For tho spiteful wind and the patient sun Tii bloaoh bim. Faith, 'twas a cruel age ! Jnst for no crime they banged him thoro. When one ia u, Jew, why, one remains A Jew to tho end, though he swing in air From year to year in a suit of chains. 'Twae May, and tho buds into blossom broke, And tho upplo-bonghs wore pink and white ; What gruesomo fruit was that on tho oak, ?Swaying and swaying dayand night 1 Thu miller, urging his pietmld more Ovor iho oroBE-roud, utoppnd and leered ; But never an urohiu ventured thero, For fear of the dead-man's long white beard. A long white hoard, like anrdod wool, lljuohing down to the very knee,— 01 a proper sort with whioh to pull A heretic Jew to the gallows-treo. Pituous wumen-jolk turned away, Having no heart for snob, ft thing ; Unt ilie blackbirds on iho alder-spray For very joy of it seemod to sing. Whenever u monk wont shuffling by To the aonv...

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EXPERIENCES OF THE WHEAT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

EXPERIENCES OP THE WHEAT HARVEST. Tub '.manner and extent to whioh tho South Australian Stripper has come into favour as u iiarvouting rnuohino during tho last Beaton or two is nothing short oi surpris ing. Its perfojrmnnoaB in tho harvest field of 1S81-2 has plaofld the . matter . beyond u donbt that in the fntura furmera all over the Australian colonies will oounfc npon the stripping xa&ohina as one of the most *lleo»ivo contrivances in oxistenoo for the liaxveslino of grain crops during a dry eeaeon. Amongst the farming population of South Australia tho efficacy of tho stripper lios beun established during many yearns. In that colony it lias long been a belief that wiluont the stripper it would nut bo poBBible to make'wheal glowing pay. Bat, liotwith etandiug thin higli .repulatiun, She mnohine same into favour in other parts only very slowly. Then ail i» onco it is aooopSod in VMioaa parts uf the country ns nllogother ilho u'ont maobine in use fur harvesting grain during...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. AUSTRALIAN EXPENDITURES WITH WOOL AND GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Sprite*. ? STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. By Juhddotoo, AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCES WITH '~ WOOL AND GBAlN.' TnE colonial wool uoIob of 18S1-2 aro to marjJHh lor two features— ihu5 dcioldod itt?8B£p busintiBB done, nod tho very fair priolUP'd, loavo not a doubt that tho colonial wool trade of tho fnture will bo oar riod on inoro and more largely in tho oolonial salerooms. It in nil the bettor lor the pro duoor tliat-Duoh a ohango should oomo to pass, and witiiont any foroir-g; for in bis oauo. ob in the oaso of ovory other producer oi raw material, tho fewer middle mou ho has to do with tho better lor him. In dis posing of bis wool in tho oolony, at a ptioo comparable fairly with that ruling' in Eng . land, he is not only rid ol tho risks attendant npon ohange of markot valno, bat ho gets rid of the formidable array of expenses whioh attend every bale of wool from tho time it in Bent to port for shipment to England nntil it is finally handed over to the bnyer. And those oharges make a seriou...

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NIL DESPERANDUM. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

NIL DESPBEANDUM. By E. Mounteney Jephbon. CHAPTER I. ' : My uncle shared Cardinal Richelieu's theory tbat misfortune and imprudence were identical; * and, founded .on this theory, he bad another, that every flogging in youth saved me from a mistortuno, or, what was the same thing, an. act of im prudence in after life. Consequently, aa I was a miserable . little orphan, left froni infancy in tho aole charge of this undo, I may be said to have been brought up by' hand. And a precious heavy and ready hand it was 1 There never waa such ah ardent advocate for the ubb of the rod, and assuredly his soul did not spare me for crying. The prevailing' sensation of my childhood was to feel wounded in spirit as well as in. body. I felt acutely that I was oh his hands, and I felt no less acutely that his hands were on me. Living with my Draconian relation as his housekeeper, was his sister, my aunt, but there was not much balxn for me in that Gilead. . She was an unoompromising old maid, and tbe ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

fiiOCAij larTEiiijWa-EnrcjB. ? ? ? Held Over. — Reports of district Municipal Council mootings, versos by ' H. M.' and ' W. L.,' and other items, till next issue. The now C. E. Parish of ICmgaroo Valley has at longth. been established, nnd tho clorgymau, Rev. Mr. Muosy, officiated for tho first timo last Sunday: The concert givon at Milton last Thursday, under tho auspices of the Masonio Lodgo thpro. — nnd in which Missos do Mostro and Bico, of this district, took part — in aid of a uistrossod brothor, realized £20. — The prayor of tho petition to discontinue the mail doviation at Cambowarra, will not bo granted. A missionauy mooting will bo hold in tho Nowra Wcsloyan Church this (Thursday) even ing. Tho Rev. Goorgo Brown, of Now Britain, will givo an address, and will bo accompanied by a Native Missionary, who will also speak. Tho admission will bo froo, but a collection will bo taken up on behalf of tho Missions. Good Teuplahy. — Last Friday night, at Kangaroo Valley, Mr. Molville...

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Nobelist. BELLA'S HERO; on The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. CHAPTER XVIII. THE MARQUIS'S LEVBE.—CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

jlflfellst BELLA'S HERO ; OB ? ; The Marquis, and the Freebooter. ,A BTOBT OP THE WELSH MAEOH|!S. OHAPTEB XVIII. ims- imbquib's ietbb. — conclusion. * By SYLVANUS COBB, Jot. Half an hoar later the old lawyer oame out froru (he obamber ot the maiquis, with bright drops in hiB eyes, and hiB oneeks wet ; and he canie alone, leaving George, behind. At a short distance irom the door he stopped and wiped away the tears ; and, after a little ? xefleotiOD, lie Bought the old steward, whom lie found asleep in hiB great eaay-ohair. Mark started up and looked around. ' George is not with me. I have left him with the marqoiB ; and von oan imagine how much they have to talk about. However, . yon may oonduot me to the chamber which I i, am to oooupy, and then yon will go. to your master. ,. By that tima I think George, will be ready to retire.' Mark lighted a lamp and led Mr. Lawrence to one of tbe ohambers of the main beep, . not fur from the .apartments of the lord of the manor, whioh had been ...

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Weselyan Church, Nowra. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Wesleyan Church, Atowra. The anniversary sorvicos of the ahovo Church wero held last wook. On Sun day, tho oth instant, tho Rev. John Gardiner, of Sydney proached at Torrara in tho morning and at Nowra iu -ho evening to appre ciative congregations. On the Wednesday following, the anniversary tea mooting was hold in the Band Hall, Nowra, in which six largo tables were laid out— very tastefully decorated with flowers and laden with the choicest viands. Tho tables wero respectively presided over by Mrs. M'Phee and Miss Jamioson, the Misses Greon, Miss Milham, Mrs. and Miss M'Grath Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Justin, thoir atten dance being much appreciated by tho 150 guests who apparontly did amplo justice- to the varied and choice faro provided so liberally. At 5.30 p.m., the adver tised timo for beginning, the tables wore quite full ; and the tea over, about 7 o'olock adjourn ment was made to the Wosloyan Church whoro tho balanco of tho programme was to bo dis cussed, viz., Mr. Gardinor's ...

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Poetry. THE SILVER LINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

;r';.:v^§^t^» ': ? ,.. - 5^53 giLyER LINING. * , There's never a day ao sunny : : fiat a litilo .olond appears, ? There's Hover a life bo h»ppy . But has, ita time pi teats : . Yet tbe ,sun BhincB ont brighter .Whenever the ternpent dears. ? '? There's never a garden growing With roses in every plot ; . There's never a heart iso. hardened But it has one. tender epot ;,. ,? We have only.to prone the border To find the f orget-me?not. There's sever a eon that rises But-e inow 'twill set at night ; The lints that gleam in the morning At evening are jnat as bright, And the honrthat isthe sweetest , Is betwoon the dark and light. There's never a dream so happy Sat the waking makes na sad, There's never a dream of sorrow Bat the waking makes ub glad ; We shall loos some da; with wonder At the troubles we have had. '? . . — Exchange.

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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

SiioaSSjitveis PotSce Court. . ?'. At the Court of Petty Sessions, h61datNowra on' Thursday last, before Mr. S. Elyard, J.P., Daniol Harris ploadod guilty to having been drunk and disorderly at Torrara, and was fined 10s.-— On Monday, the 13th, P. Hogan, in cus tody for being drunk and disorderly was fined 5s. On Tuesday, boforo tho undermentioned Jus tices, W.Briggi was fined 5s and costs for makin'- uso of obscor.e lnnguago at Nowra ; and W. Rolfo, it being his first appedranco, was admon ished and 'discharged for a similar offence ;. the Justices .being Massrs. B.; Browni John Glaii villo, and John Monaghanlr— Thomas Baxter, a .youth of about '17 years'; rosidingatOrbokhavon, appenrod on summons charginghim on tho in formation Of one James Wheeler, son., .with having, on the. 8th March', nt .TPbllumbbpld: Lake; noarJervis Bay, shot ducks with a;guri which ;was more than 1 inch in diameter of bore, and ovor 6- feet in longth of barrol, the snmo; being fastened to a boat, contrary ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Hollo ,\ vy's OrscM:si \.nd Pills — Pislulis, pilos, o\.oniitioni, nuel stiiolu o aio tpcoililv lPheved and jltimn'olj uinovel by ippljmglhi OintmiMit ittoi fornuntition with wiiin w itoi Pel 'iins stiffmmg fiom thoio pouicjo ol. iho hum in in io should ano-t thon p'ogioss il opcc, fo it is boMi insid o''= nnd iijnd Vishihis, if lo.i^ allo\ od fo g) unuhockod,' not only weaken tho nervous system but dpshov lito The soonei tlico mr--tiii-'blo loinedio-. aio uipI tho moio cint imi is micss, vot noiio nocl cImjuii , hupcL--s c iso Iiivo hkovi-o -\ioMpd, md tho Milloioi beon sued a punful do ith Tn cicomlion alow ipphea tions of tin henhn^ Oint.neiit oAoct u cmo, w hilo Iho Pill , coiiiomtlv with if, uopspopiilh lionoficiil in loli-Mtis; auil lomoung -.iMciuiOb, wlintovoi then «iti.»hon oi dmihoii — Vuv Tin Tifimwho Vonds oi TniKiits — As in my do, m lirutition oi coiintpilcit of a populu medicinal coidnl diun^bv, tio'~invli, ' now ing whnt ho vends oi unpoit, to be i pnuiieiou' .utielp...

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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

LICENSING COURT. Messrs. Juntos Thomson, John M' Arthur, and John Monachal! on tho Bunch. Tho only busi ness wns tho empowering of Senior Con.stnblo Brayno to ontor licenced houses undor tho now Act; and nn application to transfer tho Royal Hotel, Torrnrn, from P. Shiuton to — HViniiiig way. Tho Liconsiug Magistrate being of opinion that tho requisite notice hnd not boon givon and that no inspector wns appointed or prosont to roport on tho hnuao, ote., ho post ponod tho consideration of tho application for fourteon days.

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Shoalhaven Malls' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

bJROiiJFmveir Maim' 'ffiatic TThWc. ]«u«vrii i\nio t w i r h smi n m AnnoYuiiiniTO ilo ilo tin ilu iln (Id -Mft, na l)um.iiRnrr\ do do do ilo ilo do Bum Kim.mocrt I) do do dn do do do I 11 in rnmTumim -lo do do do dn do Hftum Xouin do do do do do do II D n in LunaXmnu do do do do flo tOnm Siindn), pin Airno lomcninir do do do do do linn „ I HO „ ?\Vimdnndliui do do do do do 2p in „ r, 10 „ Conjoin. . ilo do do ilo do li'» „ 0 10 „ Ynliojnlbili -li- do do il» il» r»l-'' «i» , jrllton do do do do do dp in „ 1 „ ?plliiduHn do do do do do 7 pm .,10 , Lnno Ulhdnllii siT5Pl'~r'ir- In Pw u m An no million do do do do do do no „ bTaKojaHjili do do do do do do II in ,, C onjoln do do do do do do 7 „ Vniiiliuidiiui do il) ilo do do do 1MB „ 'Jomnonc do d do do ilo do 10 IS „ Nowm do do do do do do I n0pm LeavoKowm. ......... do do do do do . ,do n.DO „ 'Q'uiiliowiim . do do do do do do I.UO „ Knu'iooVlly, do do do do do do 7 , Iliuicn unj do do ilo do do do 7 15 „ Yimnmm do do do do do do 11 ...

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Cricket CAMBEWARRA v. MILTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

Crieket. :? CAStllEWAnilA V. MlI/l'ON. A n.EASANT woll contested match was playod' on Friday March .10th, at Cntnbownrrn, bptwoon Cambewarriv and Milton., Owing to tho Vain ot tlio previous day and tlta many attrnotiona of the -Iviama show, tho visitors woro ; throb' ition short of tho olovon ; but W. . Gordon, W. Eng land, and S. Murray provod thomsolyosworthy roprosontativos of tho missing bnbs. As tho scoros will show the local playors socurod a victory by. 15 runs, thoy having mado 78 pnd45, and the visitors 44 and G4. With one or -two unaccotintablo exceptions tho Holding of both teams was first class, and somo splondid roturns of tho brill wore. mado, many runs boing savod in consoqupneo, diul somo fow wickots lost. Thoso who most distinguished thorasolvos in batting woro, for Miltou, Mossrs. W. England, T. Boll, Garrad, and W. Gordon ; and for Cam bowarra, Mossrs. Wi-ahilfiT. Murray, O'Neil, Biddulph, 0. Bice, and A. Gordon ; the cloan hitting of ^V. Murry, nnd tho lino innin...

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The Heaviest Steer. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

TTJie Httcavici»J- Sttser. A siioiir time ago a question was nskod by i leader concoijiing the woight of tlio ho ivipst o\ know n Tlio Kentucky Fat m i s' Home Jomnal has an mloiosting aitielo on tho sub] oct — A Cauidiau-biod gmnd Phoithoin of iemoikabloiii70 waa onco shown all ovei tho couutiy, and even takon to Engl md and Fi.mco foi inhibition as a cunos'tj Thib ?was noail) a halt cpnturj ago, but tho giowth made by this inio ballock makes voiy interesting leading now Wo givo tlio lecoid — Ownptis wps laisod by Eov T'-na' IEub baid Claremount, Canada, was eilvd Jum aiy4, 1831? AVoight Januaiy I, lf!33, S71 lbs. Docpmboi 22, 1832, 12bO H13, Peb maiy 15, 183G, 2910 lbs, Apnl -1, 1330, 3370 His This bullock vas thon t ikon to England, whore, in 1830, being thon soven jeais old, ho ieacho'1 tho weight of 1000 His IIis measuionient was — Iiongth, noso to uimp, 11 foot 10 inches, hoight ovei wifheis. 5 foot 11 inches, girth, 10 feet 6 inchos,£ bipadth of hip, 3 foot I inch, bioadtti o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

frd' Meetings to be Held. . Qood Tomplnr's Lodgo moots at Nowra, March 1(5, 1862, at 7 p m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

( MMaw™«wifr*—M*'''*/'vwf***M*''rwJ* w-l1l^'^''1r*1'*M™ ',?':''..: ??..BUnwrirra Rtcain Kavlgattwn -,. L1:';' ',. !?':' . ',') '?' ? . '?:? Company. '/: ' :' .? ??? : ???'I; ?? ,-';; ?''? ; v '..-./I':': 'time; table. ' .-.:?'?;.:. . ? ',' ;.'.! (??'.Vi- ::::' ?'?: ,; ??.'? ?!??? . (-Evorv Monday, Tuesday, .dud ,a #rorn:Syclncy. .,..{,.. .., ih.iiay ,,,'gi^ llt 11; '; r : '?? ; 'Proui^GrooriweirjlVrondiris 6'a.ui;:; fTncsdny,,:i ???'??;? ,'T' Ppiiit. '. V vYl '; 'p.m.; Thursday, 8 .a;ui. ? W «iiS)Sni * S«s ??'.?Kciiiriii- '{Cabin),; '3Os; ?' ?!.''.;.:NaPigs;oroth;cyTjiyo Stock will, bo conyoyod1 ;?'??' '?}-}' Hho^stoamoi' leaving for. Sydnoy oii Tuesday -: -afternoon. KV-'1.' ;?.'-;?:. .-?.--?? .??.?-.? .????? ' ? ';? ' ..'*. riiv^M;^.; -; ^ ?:''';^\^: v32;;iirANNING,;:. ? -.;??' ? ..'?;i-;-:;!..-..i( ;.;'..???? -. i, !-;.v,:-.-.. ?-;??; ';?. ;\.i :???,???:??.??.?.? Manager: ?;-Ji.'-' ,-v\/;'-Wttntfed'.-«-\fte'.'JiBii«wri. -4~ -' ? -TUT1 ' 'JONES,- Collins-street, Kiamri, has -. ',,...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. Wednesday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 16 March 1882

.Special Telegraphic Intelligence. (From Cfreville's Telegram Company. ) SYDNEY. Wednesday, 1 p.m. 'The Czar and Trevallyn have been scratched tfor the Hawkesbury Handicap. The Suez mail steamer arrived at Albany at inoon yesterday. The Sydney mulls are expected ,horo on'iCuesday next. l . , The jiieensed Victuallers' Association, to (Combine strength, dissolved last bvouing, and amalgamated with tho recently organized Do tfonce Association. The bodies of the two Italians drowned recently ?in Sydney harbour, have not been recovered. ;This makes the ninth fatal boat accident sines ?the Now Year, in which the bodies have not '.been found. A preliminary mooting was hold yesterday, at which it was. decided to forward a requisition to itho Mayor, asking him to convono a meeting at itho Masonio Hall, to evince sympathy with the ?imprisoned proprietors of tho Bulletin, and. to ?toko stops for thoir release. Tho drought at Mudgoo is causing grant uuonsinoss. Special prayors wore offered in ...

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