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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, July 8. Before Mess[?]s.Alexander and Meyer. DRUNX. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

QQULBURN POLICE bOU^T. ' PllIDAY, JULV 8. ' , Before Meetsifi, A lexnndor-ond, Mey ukvnjc. \,I. ,, Moses Oavftna^li, a vi-'ry old aod feeble man, pleaded guilty <to tho - above,; charge, and'wa's'let <>if with a oautiori., i 1 > 'f PROFANE LANGUAGE. , ' Joseph Ward , and Ourni-liu's Hall (on re mand) were separately ohai ged with making use of profane language in a'public pluce. Thoy pl&uded not guilty. < Mr. Gannon for defence. ; : Constable Drummond deposed ;: About 10 o'clock on Tuesday night in consequence of a noise I heard iu. a luno off Sloaue-street, known as -Pratt's lane,vl went uiJ fhe lane j tho two defendants wore thoro ; there wore two females fighting; I heard Iiall and Ward make use of; tho expressions on this paper (produced) ; I arrested both',' , ( ^ j By MivGannon: They were' in thejaiie ; it was about thirty yards from Sloahe-slreet; I believe tho lane is a publio one ; I believe it has been open as' a public lane f...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

«<..*> Conditional .Purchases. ''' j«' r | 3^1Su^jjbia^dii«:tlitfliafcp£cdndi5i.<>o<il^puroUaaoev I j t h c>:. 1^ ifdyorflSo^^Qo'iilb u rnj-:«n /X!h u r%7r. .diiv'.:-Tho ifoUowiupiia^potui'ty''ArKylo'--. [J«moflcITutitllpj;/40f {toree/5parish 'Bourse''; 1»»ii>:TT«.rn rll uV'"7'? A n 'i/n ni«'oa ? *.na V5 ill v.^ftiiVlfntMl following- in couoiji Gflorpjiann.-'1\ ,Mc Auliflv, SO aoros, parish Tyrl Tyrl; Thomas N«nifsau/i;100 ncres^ pitrislicBindtv 5 Bonry Silles, 60 acres, - parish Laggati; David Toolfl," 05 acros, parish Bolonif

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. Before Mr.Barn[?], J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

VI -:OOpTAMtINDmT:NEWS, [i ?'IUP (FBOM OUN^CONNNSPONDENR,) ^ y .''^POLIOTI COURT t f *R\'t WBIJNSSDAY, JULT G. ,/ " i ,1 BCFORIFALR.'BARMIII, J.P. ' At! Jmn'oatMoQootwns ohurgediwithiilrunkonnflsj. v; It: iwa8ib*Hifirnt/off,mcM,j«nd jn«:}h9<promised to;bu vory, 'good,for'tl)B iiitarettho^oB'so^ns dliimjBsod.'v j , j1 st JohQ'-RoHd^wiiotljroii'ghtjiVp '.raurV' for/protection. itb#n<«nythlo'gi«lw.'^Hso\hBdf;lo»jl ,hto,v wytob -j In itho' Irililwiiy'ofttrUgb^wlilla'.trnvolling/froinOoota'mutidrU; fto^UatbungWieoiDo/ijWBBlia ingo^i iThoijOpotomondra' pbiron'wurojolaver.u'nouKh .toidiaaovir tho'Vulprition. tTuusdiiytwitli^tlioiw5tn!iVi8tid!!'nrreatud»bitn. i : 'riToj oaso'wlll lio h>«td on^TubHduyjnexl.j' ' . J 1 s'S1.' I'i f i£ ,*'< Tuv Its DAY,1tJuLT 7.^ V.'').Q^£ j ' j ''1 Bofoi'o'Meeirii/Joutni.Bn'ill jiiirnM, J.P.'s. j " r L^yillinip'' podd.'ritrt old' pb'irgod ^with" "lnrbifny - BtB<i1jn«!(Jrapury.froui Mr.'iAfiitthowB'saloro otii\Vedn...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

. 1 YASS ? NEWS. ;* >,<" ir ^Fboh oca .CoitUEsroNDENT). f LAND ENQUIRY COURT.-A court ,of land enquiry .was held at: Yass. oil:Thursday,. 7,th. 'Jillyi bofiire'MrJ!.Oommissioner'"King. In ispoetors' Oropperl-'and tE vnns were in ; atton annoe/o''.Tli0 following parlios were onllbd :upo'n ; to show i cause i. why their ; selections should notf bo:;forf »fited's~Wh 1 tprii^ronvosir 40. Hcros,';,taken Jup on tho ,16th. November, 1879; Williftm Smith, 51$ acres, parish Ban^ojDounty.King;* takw up onfthe 30;ih. .Oo'tobeiy 1879 ; -Thomas.Tha'tpher,'40 acres, bounty^Gowlny,'- pnrishf'iftemiis^takeu up in Ootober,>1879 ;::;Thomas: Hinds, 100 inures, ootinlyUrurriiyj'parishr Boimbolo,;taken up. 129th^Soptomber, 187^ ; - Eatljer Howoll, 50 ^ribre8,--''-ooui>ty'''-.'Kiu(fi-*pari»h,;7Mundoonftnr takou? up1 on; tlier7?h September, 1876 ; Nio ;hblAQ iVEidhftirdJ"Be8nard,-]:275 acres, county; Kin(?,I-paristi.-Tliro8by^ taken'upon the. 7tli July, 1874 ; James Smith,, 150. acres,...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

.,' Uiiy of. ; Wt*1r. ' ioflUAV ,, Moiidny' rnuf'day iVoJnoHday I'liui'sdny,. ; Prldoy.;., $atuivlity.. MOON'S 1'HABE, r ^ Full Mpoii, 12lh July. 12,18 M.m. ' I)ny of ITcntli. July 10 11 12 13 14 15 10;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Land Law Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

Land Law Reform.' i Mri^Roidj'1. momh'or: forj East ?Sydney',' lins ."Oxprosffed,-:--hi8«di88aii8fa6tion-.''Withiiith8'iprGr. .sonti^opjting'of."the land -laws, aod lie-will; '.Shortly.'move'in., the Asselnbly, 'M. That,Jin5 tlio'flpinion of this House, n full and goarali in^iuquiry''iuto' Uiev.warkiufy'iqf'' tho''la'ndi .On\vrf oftih'e'cblonyns'itnperatiilely chllod'foi':; .3. That' tbo, .fopeooiDp' resolution be co'm-; municatedjby.itiddross to his'Excelleuoy the? Governor."/-' , . >v /

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

' 'iSP- r Prime Beef & Muttoni, ' Codaumitdrti WEioIcsalc and ISetfaaS _ IMchcriiig ' 1 i J.DTJHIGG BEGS to annotinco to liio inhabitants of Onota mrindra and district that he'lits OPENED TUB ABOVEaSSTABLISUftllSNTlatoly kept by. Mr. J. Noble, and hopes' for ;a continuance of the patronage hithorto accorded to thin long-established shop. .. . 655" Customers may roly upon' mooting - with civility, olwirilinei-s, mid despatch; and us Mil. DUHKJCJ kills nothing but the ' Fft'imest Wx sa aid Slieew, 11K CAN DEFY COMPETITION. \ N.U.-Hid or and ; Sliins purchased for Oxnt ; highest prico given.? .. , ; : COOTAMUNDRA DIS-PEVS AE Y. ' , E. Y. OHILOOTT, , ' (Late J.' 0. Honly)," ' ' ' . Family & Blspeiising Chemist, HORSE &? CATTLE MEDICINES. I PERFUMERY & TOILET, REQUISITES. COUNTRY Gkdeiis PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. , ,-TEETH iOABTCKULLY EXTRACTED. j Mecce M©$eB, . - '''HOWEL'L S T RBET, j . (Neai'Railwiiy Station), ?< : c! O O T A1U NDRA." ' ' JOHN !h...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, everlovely since the world began, The fee of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JULY 9. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

l^UBT-ISHEI) EYEKY MOXtl^IJSTG Trutli, ever lovely r.itine tlimvorlrt bpfiiin, ' ,. ??. r!? 1 Tim fon of tyrant* nnd tlie frlpnrt of imn.-Omnplcll. | ~GTu^imHTi7JuRl^wr97~ LOCA.L and GENERAL NEWS. Meat-Freezing Company. i Aitttcotiog at'.Uio lioulburu bltuightennR and Most-freezing Oowpauy is ndvorfisud lor next Wednesday, to be held in tho Me 'olianica' Institute ut bulf-pusl; 7 o'clock. Mr.'Rawlins, u'giuit for ilia BGll-Culoinan refrigerating mtichiuesi and Mr. Jervaulx,lato of the Orange Moat-froozing Company,- will bo in attendance; and^'we hops.. that tlios* who liave not, hs yet, tnlcsri much interest in the matter,- .will-' put in an: oppearanoe at this meeting, for tho purpose of 'hearing for tbeioHelven wlitiC ure'ino uirns of iho. corripauy.' Qud'pruijpoots

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Child Seriously Burnt. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

Child Seriously Burnt.' | Oil ,-Momltiy last a Jiuo, little girl, five j /yenrs'of'ngefUvas^seriouslyfij.if1 :uot fatally, !:burned , atpQucdaroo. It, appears; .from I what wo can loam, tho little one was playihir round a:burning tree miStheis bush,- when): a i fo'wioL'the/Bpdrl(S'lit:.;,vinonvlier,cloth(iS whijoh i ignited,and, before, assistance.came, tohaml, i(Hbo jW.ftS|8olseriously. burued! that little liopoe ?iir'o';eutor,taii)ed,of he ^recovery",as when we received the information Hho^viis'theu in j a delirious 'state.-Qiiennbeyan Times/'' ' i c.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

OITAPXER II..-CONTINUED. jj "I would have stretched a point, sir," f said lho.ilapdlord, if t)>o lady hud stopped ; Ooi * feiit bSifegoiily thrso gemlomeu, as you told i rue, I thou^ijt you would not mind. It : qJ ain't ft. lnrpe room,; but," lio Hdded, with a s=t Pfin,i ^-you'll spend a consid arable -lot of " |'time:,in aiinuph poiHllor Jjofure you eeefdry | land again, I reckon." ; ^ "It will do well pnough,'' said Frank. . friends are neither of them jnen who ?t been caromueb for a picUireEque look-nut ao long1 ' P'^ns tbe dinner is good; and as for myself, weukl am likely to BOB t-o much wator, that I can week well do without gazing on it the few hours u-SftfA remain on shore." '? ^'weolfr ?G b.Brd|y ceased speaking, when the 0lm0|wniterl inixodticed his two friends, and a Bt Irh,warm . greetfug was interehangeid between Mushnrn. ' " ' flour f-Mr; Mftunder, the lawyer, was i an old v,(|ua^rio/id of Frank's father-n lawyer of preat per bphrewdnees^ahd common spnee as well ns ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Footrace. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

Footrace. , A correspondent sends the following :-A footrace, distance 100 vnrds, for £3 it-side, will'take place this afternoon'on the fia 'near the now gaol, tho contestants being' 'Messrs. Reiiben 1 McNeicd\nnd Slcelton (the gaol e'ntbusiast); A good race is expected, as tho "pods," are only second-raters. The " gaolites" .are determined !toV'keep up the athletic spirit in a manner' that, would do credit to any'part of the "colony... There is also a!; probability, of. a 'cricket club being formed in a few weeks. ^ ' . , j

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gundagai and Cootamundra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

GundagaitaridOobtamundraiRailwayi v;lu reply to a .question by Mr. Willi bin,, ^erstcr/Mr. Lackey,said, in tthe 'Assembly on Tliu'rsdny nif>lH timtWho' survey'ot jho, ^proposed ^railway between Gundag'ai' ? and; OootanVun'draihad not yetibeeiijoonimoncedi' »'in?oVuGC<quBnceJ,of!,lbed'iffipully/iii'obtaini1i)p' competenttrailway surveyors ; but the oiifj^-, /tieer-in-oliief hoped^to^'e ablo(to send three" ^t!V^yor8'diJriii'R)tliefpre8^timon\li.feIt;\p8! ?imposSibleuq'snyiWhop^oiidoraioLvopnstruor/ tipn^wouUbbo invited'.''i. "C' | ^

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

Wanted AGIIVL. about 1-1 or" lo, to assist in HOUSE WOHlC. Apply to Mus W. PEIROii, Gold miildi-atmat. Wanted A HOUSEMAID. Apply to MRS. S. EMANUEL, Lnnsdiiwiio. - Wanted AN ELDERLY WOMAN as HOUSEKEEPER' to Widower nnd family of young Children 011 tt selection about 20 miles fioui Uonlbuni. Apply (with reftironcun) by letter to WILLIAM PRICE, Oullen. Wanted KNOWN that from £6 to £1000 may bo obtainod ? on yoml Boourity. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auction:0i', Australian Aiiotion Mart, Auburn-st.; To Stoi-elteeiiei's and Others. CTUIIS UNDERSIGNED will not bo RESPON X SIDLE for any GOODS except orduntd by him in WHITING. .TAMES IJROWNHILL. OoulMirn, 7di July. 7881. CftonHiimrn @I»sig-SiteiafiX&g- assd Meai-Ffl'eeaSng- ?o, (JLinnited.) APUULIO MEETING in oonntolion with the uhovii will hit h»*ld nt tlm Miobnnios' Insti tute on WEDNESDAY, 13 h JULY, ot 7*30 p.m. Mr. li"Wlitis, n«unt for tho Lkli-Ooloumti Rufri. gnratifiif Mnohino ; nnd Mr. JorViiul*, Into of the Orungo Mont-Frui!Kinp...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Kelly Country. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

" The Kelly; Country.; . i The...WuugHratta.: correspondent of, the n Argus »; states that the police, under In spector Moutfort,, are ; now taking very active measures with the view of preventing the'possibility!of a fresh,.outbroak in the dis turbed 1 districts. : Mr'.' Montfort has reoom 'menced1, '.tho' ? establishment of a police statiou'oni the FifteoD-mile Creole, 10 miles above Grela, in the.vory heart of the; Kelly country; ''. The recornmondution! jins 'been adopted, and ' four men ? are1' tbb'o 'stationed xlinre.' Mr. Montlort has also adopted , the recommne'ddtion'of the Police Commission withrespect -to patrolling the roads, regular ipatrolo'.baring, beenisalreadyke's' tab lished-here'and'all! over.itheiIvelly fcountryi

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bank Notes and Epidemics. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

\ ' Bank Notes and, Epidemics, j" ..Banknotes, as;a". mlp,? aro. not, the . most; 'wholesome ^things in tlie^worldj.but whoa "th'oir condition ;isi!suoh'ns to: oouso . onoito: rjoajhe /contaot with? them, it- is ; hig'h - time 'powoftvweret.-vostodsin?.soW one ;tocompel; ntheir-jviilidrftwal fVoiH circulation for soaitttry roasons alone. -This- morning we (Ballarnt .Evening" Post)»wero showm.a dispustiiifi'ly '-filthy''sorap'iof paper/in tliotforra'of. a £l-not.o, < ftho smoll. of-wbicl^wa3(suiiicienD to^oauae a i'fooling.ofO.si6hnass',to^o.vor.takofone'in<liand-': li'n&Mt.OoDsideri'u'f>,j the-1® preyulence just -now.in the sister oolony'jofcouo/tbeiraost in-: ifectio'us/andfhorriblo idiseases, couplodViWiih:; it'he^fno'P:.that'imeroourse and exohange |of this fillhy'piipor c u r r e u'o y it a k e1 p lac o i > d a i I y iibetwebtvv'Sydney'-ftiid^yictoriQynt.js^rfiUior. tO/bej wondered tatrthatf "the ^"disease' (in 'question''has"'' no,®'"already'...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

i< >-*?*&' VMet '> v'A Vrt>. f.'i QUR^SREGIAB.TIELEGRAIVIS,, ' -im?100 |I#dneS... '."-Kipsijf'p r i da y^Nig k Ti;; Another tVduy^TI . , :rosides ,riiii MitohQll'snTGrrftco^'mruatod'-UQ Uweol^:.Nopton'ttnd«Dennonf8tree{am^ld^9l®J>e^-.'..'? Dr! 'Spancer,!/appointe^'Govern- \ mont to rep'ortfoujaJ^sii'spected cosesf vj'sitod the hougo and^found^[that^Mts.^Flshe^lmd * f^eon.)'unweljtl|ip^nboti^as^ekii|Dnd;beoqtninff.M worse 'woo tVq b'od four davs'agoV^Hor loco, " 'handsftwristV^uci^ bron'st "qrekmark"od with * rtrne,>variola3.pustules,«w,hioli, bad^renohed^oa p C . «». i j4t.ii ;!>< »i"' > 14 5M'«'< .* * ' !lV1 "f ft.vffin -A ^ "**4 ? r ^ ".it J tS m tlip. fourth, day,-jtuoir^orupuve iStflige^WMra. . Fislier >liaa'v recently ^upen , stayi u g Uy i|lFhor > moUioi^jniBathurstfstreat/qnd ^lvihg^wjth bar) liTigband irand "'children*. " 'The ' polioe ini'meHiatalyj«Jquarantineds4tho^plaoo,,^an.d;;vv j((!i'p ibe pluce in qu...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

r-^wLiV; Agricultural" Produce. S f ..In -'thfl Assembly^ on Thurbdnyj- -Mr. i "Ldokey' saidj inr reply, to Mr. T. 1C;Smith .-'mid-tMr^JMyors.Wlib: asked with 1 eforon'co to 'air-inquiry into the. railwiy.: charges on 1 /o'grioultural j produce :/'3/f;Thi8/ ;:mr«ttor, .;)ia8; rboen;under tlia coDsidorat/on pfithii Goveru rnout, and great . difliouliy has^ betui1 found .in .^obtaining;*: thoi-rt-Rerviooe-ofcompetent 'persons1't'oi*'fbrru ? this commitsion. v,Throe:j i, ;f?0ntlemen;^vho,\vere;ooiisidGt;od Ftor .poasoss ^tke nncossary qualification, jiyore, nominated I : byvtho Govoinmont, ono;only; of. whom con-'j : sontod to act; . Inquiry is; now; being made iwilh thofview .to ine...appointment. of oilier gRntlomen ia ,tlio pluoo,of...those -who. linve; found .i; 'thomHolvos\, un«ble,,v .fromvnrio'us ?. .00uses, to give their saryicoa totboinquiry.''

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

HA'SS Wlf/h- BK{aUL$BilA TED AT- ' . QOULBDBN DISTBIOT. - , ' - : July 10-Tftralga;!^HgKBU,M\l<ntncU.; , ; _ * .-t '. 17th July-Retreat'pf the clergy ate St. Patrick's Confirmation nti'SJa.yPotar «nd ?Paul's Cathedral, .i v tebullnirirV Kniiday.'Slsl July.' ?? ??'';. . ' YAKS MISSION. ', ? Gimninif, Sundgy, July., 10, ??:?$? ?,< '' '';??? .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

IN General Drapery, Clothing-, etc. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. -For Fourteen Days Only! BHjEY BROTHERN HAYING a very LARGE STOCK of NUW WINTER GOODS, have determined to make sucli REDUCTIONS in all DEPARTMENTS asjwill ensure a SPEEDY CLEARANCE previous to mt "S" OCgTAKE sor & : Men's, Boys', and Youths' Clothing', Blankets, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Towels, '. ' Quilts, Fancy Dressss, Winceys, &c., &c. At Iicss than 3&alf-3?rlee! A LOT OF REMNANTS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST! . {Blankets 3s lid} RSMEY {Blankets 4s lid} . ? ? ? Rrotlieirg , \Blankets 5s lid} GOULBURN {Blankets 6s lid} DouMe Red -Rlankets @§. lid. to 5g G-ulnesis. Boys' Overcoats, 3s lid Men's Overcoats 8s 6d DC Men's Overcoats, 8s 6d Mesa's Tweed ^Trousers and Vests to match, 8s lid RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Colored Mole Trousers, 3/11 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers, 5/11-worth 8/11 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, 8/11 -worth 14/6 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's do do, h...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Doctor's Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

' Doctor's.Dress." ' T >. will boc6nie;of thd doctors if' tlioy x-:;3iavo:.4o'/Usoord^tie(dMorou8:blaok?oott<8'?.andt >: parmonts wliioli nvG .ns';nnich;a'po,rtrfof',lheir; business nenrjy as they n.i,o'"6f thoii'^cloricHl .li^PBlhpen'Ps'trjL^a^y'Eaiuilapius.inin.Glnna'flilki walking-coat* 'ond Ijjjtit"twood""duals,15 drab" folt Jjat,'cfco.! j:( JD.omm,aliziiig,;invthe extreme,' ? ??; Butn f.D.r'if S tnr Ic^is ^to", ji e v Dd i^lfipbysioi n ns: f'anri others';"8)' by /dressingTin 'bliolOavo* i»oJ*jokiIy a^oson'tjiQ^oplquri'iiiflpjt absorbent ''jo^od»ou^ex&ftlatio^;'pnd%of|!:coijiir8e#.ihoi

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