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[?]burton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

iurlon Miutual Ilnij]rovementI and Debating Society. ..?c io:;d ,l suc cessful evening .:i i 0ub the \VarLurton Mlutual :,incni Soclety on September ,aen aI lantern let tule, entitled lipup the Yarra flo0l Mouth to a ls given by ) Mr. A. J. :a. te in\.iaon tf the society. a;taill with icwts of the Yarra .lelbiurine, he gave a v.ew of i Falls: Bridge. one of the '< Blridge just after it was ii, and others of the sanIe bridge ,r ci.izen arch thercon by day :.; n the occasion of the visit phke of York, our lpresent King. .lill bci easy stages, splend:d ;f : ti r wtrt te given, accom ll ht vivid descriptions of each Sa:1 mitany humorous anecdotes of Stha had happened to him : lmpa.,ionis during their tour. r tiree inl:denis i-ood out above h'rs. One, near Melbourne, \lr. RItllph and two companions anictking on the bank opposite .arid orcrird. The companions across the river with their ;to obtain sonic fruit. \\hilst ' lamlberry tree, t ith their dog Stllhir antics. a party of...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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MILLGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

" LLGLIuROVE. -a---- - our Own Correspondent..) ar for the purpose of raising '. adefray the cost on the build 'd f the local hall was opened - nid Octooer, by Mr. R. ' ( All energetic committee dal. rking assiduously for eet arrangtg matters. The Sand workcrs are to be. con dl? the reat taste dis tion diccl 'r;ation, etc., was 4 o. t, thec eye, also the ar t waretg for sale, whlich nft i ,," ti I)1: "V'e' tak S i l a few more tand, which will be dis .n 0t lt. wood-chop comes ihctt. when presented to it.c will show how Sutl I:( respondecd. The St ]ic l gentlemen held oi tallholders, with the fil the local young ladies' hi; b, ' 1). The stall ifi . ll, Mrs. J. Hill I'rt Ptdutc Siall, Mrs.'R. }) ;h pond,. .l1rs. J. Smith; S iac.: anl Doll Stall, Mrs. ralr. m.s Tree, Miss . Se Sit and F lower Stall, l) l,"'. l'ain and Fancy Stall, i,;nd ,.1rs. H Iope.; Refresh , j:ir. Ii. Cook; -loop La, 'i qumit : Atunt S: lly, Mr. 'i. honinm.i Gallery, Mr. J. '" Tshe ]t - rmming for ",cat il merrimel...

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CRICKET. COLDSTREAM CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

CRICKET. COLDSTREAM CLUB, TheI ('i,hI st:L, ('ri'k t ('1Mb,1 its ;Iu itual mu .l in. :I ' I t 4 tlu. " ;t-4 a'nII/'- - 17m)5 a,.,Ctel ýl.l.'"'luubshid e'o f'g. I'hen Il Ir- i .' :. lair n n]" be. of in in e,;- I r ,'i !. Mr I'ri, ly was Vtedl to th.. h. irii. 'il i - - tury (Mir D). .\loljn.y) Ire-.uiitl a oalance-sheet for last season showing a credit balance of £3 I5s. The statement was adop ted. The following office-bearers were appointed:- President, Mr G. N. Armstrong;. vice-presi dent, Mr H. Supple; hon, s:c. and treasurer, Mr D. E. Maloney: patro,.s, Madame M1elba, Messrs Robt. Black, T. R. Macintyre. J. tailey, Chas. Towt, I. R. Macii tyre, H. Parfitte, \V. P. Lawor, and W. Henley. Mr Morris pro posed a hearty vote of thanks to lMr Robert Black, who has given the use of his ground for the past four years free of charge. It was decided to elect the captain and vice-captain at the first competi tion match. The members' sub scription was fixed at 5s and hun members 2s 6d. It wa...

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A.W.N. League. GARDEN FETE AT WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

ague. GARDEN FE A. WARBURTON - most enjoya was spent onY eble afternoon tember 30th, whe sda y Sep. president of eth rhuraoley branch of the Au traea \arburto National Leagutralian.i\nilen's of the Waa', ,invited nlember br .tOn, Sev:le a' n Lilydale branches , met at hern residence, "' Hill Crest" eetat her ton, the entertain .t takn arbur form of a g rde': fete. Aing the luncheon was artaken of int after the arrival of te soon after which all assembled ! et broad balcony, fom which 01 th?I is such a delightful there beautiful \Varburtoi I llof the day was perfect, and tlhe river. viewed from the heights of ill Crest," sparkled and danced in the sunlight, and the tree toms covered with blossoming clen ?. tis, were a picture of florl sweet. ness. A piano was brought fronl the shadows of the drawing room to the open air, and rnulody was added to the scene. The straiis >f the good old songs " Annie Laurie" and "Killarney." rei. ,lered by Miss Stock, seemnied i harmony witn such a s...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEED THE HEAVY MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

FEED THE HEAVY MILKERS. Did you ever have a cow go to 'piece.""? If you have been handling scrub, low-producing stock probably you have not had the experience, but those of us who have mixed with that class of cows in which the milk-giving trait has been, as -we may say, ab normally developed know what it means. Here is one of the best cows in the herd, a purebred or possibly a grade Holstein,. Jersey, or Guernsey. She comes in fresh and starts in with a milk flow that tickles your pocket book. Maybe you think of her needs in the way of feed and maybe you don't. wAt any rate she goes on with the same rations as the rest of the herd. Theys are getting good pasture or good hay and possibly some concen trates on the side and you say to your self that ought to do and if it is good enough for the heavy producers you don't expect them to keep up the gait and that they will come down to a more moderate yield with no harm to. themselves. But it often does not w3rk out that w~ay. Some day th...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

CII UCICll SEEILVICES Roman Catholic-1st Sunday in the month--Mass at Lilydale, 9, Mit chaim 11; 2nd Sunday, Ringwood 9, Lilydale 11; 3rd Sunday, Mitcham 9, Lilydale 11.; 4th Sunday, Croy do . 9 Lilydale 11. Church of England--Lilydale 11 & 7 p.m.; Yering 3 p.m. Methodist' Church--Lilydale, 11 and 7; Wandinz 3 and 7; Seville, 11; Gruyere 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. Presbyterian Church-Lilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3; Ringwood 7 p.m. Baptist Church-Lilydale 11 and I ; P'rLtoU ill 3 p.m; Croydon 11. Church of Christ--Croydoall and 7 p.m. Sulvation Army-Lilydale 11 a.m..; Yarra Junction 8 p,m,.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PA'I ENTS. Applications for letters patent, as undern:entioncd, h'ave be?n accepted, accepted, after examination of com plete specifications, recently by the commissioner, Messrs. G. G. Turri and Co.. patent attorneys, of The Rialto, 499 Collins street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from official records: Hot Water IRadiator.-A horizontal tube is fitted with a vertical extension shown as a flat sided thin chamber of considerable height. This vertical fin condenses the steam from the' tube, which is heated by gas, oil, etc. There is a safety valve.-R. D. Cooper, Vic toria. Pump for Corrosive Liquids as useu in fruit tree spraying. - W. A.. Schmidt, and A. G. Oatchlove, South Australia. Paint Making.-Contents of the paint are glue, chrome solution, am monium solution and pigment (not linseed oil and turps), instead of the chrome salts, formic aldehyde usable. -H. Paterson, N. S. Wales. Automatic Stopper for Trains.-If the train goes past the stop si...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

RINGWOOD MARKET. Ma?lket this wcok' vry w-el , .pp ic withl s toci, furniture, etc. fiutcee.s anedium quality, LU lbls to LI; springers, L3 l;s to' La los,; iat ::ows, Lo 5s to LG Us; chopp2rs L2 15s to LA 10s; store cows LI 15s to L2 12s Gd; vealeis, 16s to 23s; Pigs : I?aconcrs, L3 to L3 15s; por kers LI 7s Gd to 42s; suckers, 16s to. 38s; calves, light, 6s to lls Ju, Fowls: Cockerels, 3s Jd to 5s 9d pair; lhens, heavy, 3s lid to is 6d pair; chickens, good sorts, is 3d to 2s 2d; ducks, 3s to 5s Gd; Horses: P'onies L3 5s to L11 10s; "au ltghts, L9 5s to L1Gs 10s. iuu drie. at, usual ?.ates. Next sdle; londay, October 12.

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SOME POINTS ON PLOUGH SHARPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

SOME POINTS ON PLOUGH SHARPENING. The man on the farm bwho has a small blacsksmith's shop of. his own must know a few of the fundamentals *of shop work before he can make any use of .his shop. There is nothing mere useful to the man who has a small shop than knowing how to shar pen plough lays, for good work can not be done with a dull or badly shar pened plough. The principal point to remeniber in plough work is getting the lay shaped and tempered right. Good work can not be done with a lay poorly shaped. A little mistake along this line. will increase the draft and thus increase the power necessary to pull the plough. In sharpening the lay always draw the edge of the share with the face to the anvil making the bevel underneath. The lay should fit the mould-board as snugly as possible. To tell whether the lay is properly shaped, place it on the floor cr bench just as it would rest'ini the furrow. If the entire outting edge touches the floor it is set right. The point of the lay sho...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

CtKOY DON. . think snw- of our l.eople are beginning to he coacrn.dI abolut the \\eLLaier I t is 1'.r too dry. lIt tile oltchards tile ground is fairly well baked as a. Iesult of the Ilotidays ;t;:c the nedium rain 01ai fol tUnigllt !.Aro. The latesl t trclhard l.ebCý, 1,1ne Liltip, is very inuch in cvideci, and the dry seuasonl fav\ors it. All clisses of bloom seem to be itnfcstL.d with i~ in paIltclles, and Inly brancies of chleries and cc.irs1 . prical .r ar not setting intu Irluit. SlIt, 10o_. e i:_d h ctI . 1nl in.,d.: a sturs, :ta.: ,?i1tLh oi.ly ac ,i.,st a to . ,II Jol \ II r.tldyte ll, ali 110tue a OU..I 00. 1,1'. 'h11e mlatelli ill be t.stlnlcd -Oil tt urdcy next. A lair alliuuut of businlts was dLne at tIhe sale Ut tIl 110i(15J1 estate on tile Jrd inst. Lp to Li per loot was realisea in tne nMid.. street. J t is believud Jocally that LLIC storeu \111 b00 Sold at 11 good ilgure. \..lntrose eoph.):e had ideall \\Ca1- t lm' l.ur t..i. Jl.+t. to. i.. lltteier llluil.4 ll il p...

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APPLYING FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

APPLYING FERTILISERS. A point often considered is whether it is better to apply fertilisers by drill or broadcast, and experiments were car ried out last year by the National So cioty bf Hungarian Agriculturalists to test the relative advantages of the two methods. The first experiment with barley led to no definite results, as, owing to the heavy rainfall, the crop was badly logged. It was, however, noticed that a moderate application by drill of superphosphates and nitrate of soda produced no ill effects on the germina tion of th'e seed, and rather stimulated the first development of the younger plants. More successful results were obtain ed with sugar beet, manuring in the drills leading to better development of the crop, and while there were no great differences in the sugar content of the beets, the yield obtained was greatly in favor of this method. Even where the amount of superphosphate and nitrate. of soda applied in the drill was only half that broadcasted, the surface ove...

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WARBURTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

WARBURTON. Des'.ructiol of 'Branth.m.'"--.ast Thursday morning, about 4.30, the well-known and popular boarding house known as \ "Branthanm' was burned to the ground, t':o destruc tion -of the old building being a matter of very few minutes. The occupants had barely time to snatch up a few clothes and sundry small articles when the rapidity of the flames <c mlclled them to effect a hurried eschpe. "Branthanm' was built abou' 25 years ago, and was owned by Mrs Conachy, of ]Brisbane. and occupied by Mars Henwoo:l. The building was insured for L300 in the Colonial Mutual Company, and the furniture, etc., for L200 in the New Zealand Company. Annual Ball -The Mech'hnics' in stitute committee had almost deci ded to leave the annual ball lapse for the-time on account of the gene ral temporary check to'the prospe rity of the times caused by the slack ness in the sawmil:ing industry. But at the mo!nt.:ly meo.ilg on Monday night members repo:ted t:ere were many enquilies about the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color frO PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 35E MAG NI E Pure French Grape *B CAgN Y con LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. e ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROMI ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CUIR.ENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID 'ACTIVE 'AGE-ITS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. . APPLY TO .DALGETY S CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. THE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA. (Guaranteed by. the Government of Victoria.) Established 1841. Commissioners: SIR GEORGE TURNER, P.C., K.C.M.G., Chairman. W. BELL JACKSON, Esq. W. G. McBEATH, Esq., J.P. COLONEL J. W. McCAY, M.A., L.L.M. G. ANGUS YOUNG, Esqr. Inspector-General: GEORGE E. EMERY. SUMMARY OF ANNUAL REPORT. For Year ended 30th June, 1914. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. Number of Branches under Managers, 123 (increase, 8) Number of Agencies, 322 (increase, 4) Total amount at Credit of Depositors (including £114,870 redeem able stock) .. ..... .. .....

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XX. A HOLLOW PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

·:·'' +·' ------ THE MASTER PASSION. CHIAPTER XX. A HOLLOW PEACE. "Upon my word I think it was the coJlest thing I ever heard-carrying you off from Belgrave in a fit of vir tuous indignation for the purpose of carrying on a flirtation with you up till midnight," and Duval laughea mockingly as he filled the bowl of his pipe. That done, he extended himself full length. on his divan, whilst his wife, almost breathless with indignation, stood. before-him on.the Persian mat. "As I told' you, he was only waiting for you." "Capital :plan that, ':when you knew. I .was not coming back till the small hours." "I knew nothing about you, neither where you had gone, .nor how long you- would. be likely to stay." "You know that I keep a suit of dress-clothes" at the club on purpose to avoid the trbuble of coming all this way to make myself respectable. And you kneu I was tired of work, so not likely to come home on that account." "Is your picture of Mephistopheles finished?" "Very nearly; only a to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

SERTON ,Cntral Cash Store SRRA GLEN, or otomar and Friends. ear here to stay. We are . lyre to a'g' sunccess. We - 6ie the country and. the ,ie We like Our Busi" f and strive to increase it all bononurble means. BEST GOODS and L0Wl PRICES are what count. OeOrder Will Convince Yoa;. Firt-class .Yalut in OOTiHINO BOOTS & SHIOES IRONMONGERY CROCKERY GROCERITE tdrts l)Dlvered all over the District Don't forget the Address: SATHERTON YARRA GLEN SFOR- - t? National Cattle Food of all liads. don and Lancashire Fire Insur nce Co. ý BArgns, Lilydale Express and iIl weekly papers. WiN SUPPLY ANYTHING. BllP' YOUR NEWS\'AI'Elt. i? rcrtest aid you can- give n1ospaper is your JOB PR1NT . If you do not feel able to :advertisements, you :can. give: :aI pspaper your cards, dodgers, S.eds, envelopes, and all.busi printing to execute. The news ;r lau wants it, and it helps to pay his printers for setting 1it;f thousand and one 'REE Il'ES he gives your town; but i't give it to the printer or jo...

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PROPER PORK CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

PROPER PORK CUTS. Pork carcases should not be cut for the pork barrel until they are tho: oughly cooled and well set. The sour i.?g of pork is often due to improper cooling before it i. oured. The firmer the carcase is the easier and smoutuer th: cuts can be made. The carcase is grut.rally cut into four parts - head, shoulders, middle and hams. The head is readily removed by cut ting through the flesh surrounding the atla.s joint; making the cut about half aa. inch back of the ear. This por tion is commonly used for sausage, head-cheese or other products for which the trimmings of that carcase can be utilised, The shoulder is out from the middle between the fourth and fifth ribs, counting them from the front. If a large amount of middle is desired and only a small amount of the shoulder, the out may be made nearer the shoul der. When a larger shoulder ii desired the cut may be made between the fifth and sixth ribs. After the shoulder has been removed the two shoulders should be sepa...

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LUCERNE FOR DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

LUCERNE FOR DAIRY CATTLE. Of all fodders tested at the Ruakura of Instruction iduring the past season lwu:argne gave the best results in ,milk pi'.diuction At the present time lu -ec:'ne onsilage is being used for the c:A-'s, and it is eaten; with evidenit re lish. The first growth of the season w as cut with the intent ion-of making ihay, but the weather becing unfavor able the lucerne was miLade into "ensil ago afteri lying on the ground for eight days. WYhen stacked it was !i in a, semi-dry state, but a copious sup plyu of water was added during. the butilding operations. The result was a veiy high temperature but the en silage is fairly succiulent and, has a pleasant 'flavour, which is a' great con ttra·st t., that iesulting from lucerne stiacked in a perfeetly green condition, the flavour of the latter being very. objectionable. I feel quite certain that lucerne ensilage should be maide from well-matured material in order to avoid sour silage. .The starling is one of the mosv g...

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YARRA JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

YARRA JUNCTION. tFroam Our Ow COre.ol O...ut.) g Cricket.-On. aturday last Yarra .J unction playedt oi ,.ltou,1n, nl too Yarra 'unLction cricket ground, Ilr a match rcsuliiug in a \\iln or tale - Junction, liv by tao -i ruils. '1 Lie weather was fav 'rau.e. dl.L quite a lini beL" of spectators II er.a p.e - sent. 'le ladies providedl altrniion tea, which W~is nmuen aipl.reciat3.tIby the playe:s after t .e ie.lt uf t..e a ,game. :L Roads and Footpaths.-Recently tI t t Coulltry Roads iSoaird awak;,nea iL to tihe xtid sta.e ot tl.C mainl .\ Virour Ston roadc, ana for a shult. time liou iats beenI diigently cairyin"g out ~t s sclTheme fici ti. e bctt.erlelliL ut saille c i.I the mUeuntune residents have h-1d 1 'to put upli with a "good dea.l of incuon VC ielince, as the loaItL Iln:L o0 neces sity to bie lmade oro i before toe iml pioed conci.i _at c.,uld be o.At.iucL tioxxe.er, the- bn fits accr.,ing from this scheme, xxheu col.npLLtu, \,i.l Ye manifold, as, apirt from the cuon venlienl...

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Melba Accepts Presidency [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

ilclba Accepts Presidency Mr W. A. E. lolris, hlion. scuretary of, the Liiyciale .bistrict Cris,?e, as. sociatiol, is in receipt ol tae fol lowing letter Irom Miadaue 31elba. 111 lejly to a rqc test bor her to ac cetpt Eile position, ut r.residen~ of t..e Ss o.luiO"I.1 :-' ".Uo,.,nl .) .utt :lgle, Coldstreum. \ iLturru., )ear i1r \luur 1is,-J. lLa.e received your leter, .un1 /m11 very lka.etei t > think t?iau ott IlOUtll C dLcII 1 inc oruliy ot I ellg your rresident. I shall ue delighted to accept the position, proviuted it ,i111 inu c ollrne I mIlly duties .>t play cricket, because J. can t, alcnd never could.. \'itl all good'w\ishes, Yours v ery Truly, ±NELLJtE 31\jiLA.-' Roads Board Tenders The - ountry .oands Board have accepted the followiug .tenders lor lo.,a \ ocks :--Cleaing, form.ng, and dicle cutting at 1Plhlliops deviationl J.velyn-lMonuullK .Road, Mi. \\'alsh, iSb; forming, grubbing and clear tug, Cottingua u s anht ,storer's dc i.,tioa, Ev.lyn 31Lnot.1 :..o d Go.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 9 October 1914

? nic pal-otices , --1 shire of Lillyda&1 S:/''ENDES;. laddic.sed t tthe l 'rasi o dent, of the S' ire, ai'r, cnd'rs d ,,ithl 'hl. number of contract,--ara inivited for the undermenti6ond works Contract No. 1- 15.-Supply of '- HOR-ESi for wo0i ig Poa.l making Machine, No;tho-wes tern Riding: Contract No. 2-?llSupply - of HORSES for n orkihg Road making Mlachine, South-wes tein Biding. Thriders must be- lodged at thor Shire Hall, Lilydalc; .ot lter than -5 p).m. on'MONDAY, 12th instant. A deposit of L3 to accompany eacih tender.- - The lowest. or any tendei liot Snecessarily accepted. Specifications at this.' Ofice. HAMILTON SINCLAIR,. SShire Secretary. Shire Hall, Lillydale, 1-10-14. , :. ; . , f~illydaQ^.. 'IMPOUNDED AT.LLLLYDALE SHIRE POUND. 'Bay Mare, near fore and tivo hind feet white star-like blotch. 2 near .shoulder. -If not claimed and expenses paid to be.sold on October 31st. KRED BENYAN, S . rouindkcclcr. - $Shiie of illydale PUBLIC MEETING. Notice is hereby given ...

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