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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

RUMSEY'S HONEST oTiTmo SEEDS. Special Inducement. A PACKET of mixed flower seeds containing over 100 varieties, sent post free with catai- j | losme on receipt of Is in stamps. I ^ HERBERT J. RUNSEY, Seed Merchant, Barber's Creek, N.S.W G. WALKER_esi ?WHOLESALE FRUITERER AED CDMMISSIOH AGEfflT, SUMMER-STREET, ORANGE. Fruit of all kinds Bought or Sold on Commission. Inferences Commercial Bank. i MEL THE COWRA CYCLE DEPOT, |S prepared to Execute Bicycle Repairs of Every Description ON THE PREMISES. A LARGE STOCK OF MACHINES Both. New atrd Second Hand, of all makes and grades always in Stock, and ; to be had for ' j Cash or Terms. STRONG, RELIABLE SECOND: HAND MACHINES. Botli Lady's and Gent's^ from £5 I Upwards. Guarantee given with each Machine. '? INSPECTION INVITED. BRAZING OF EVERY DESCRIP TION UNDERTAKEN. Bicycle accessories, including Acety lene Lamps, Cyclometers,- and Tyres Complete Kept in Stock. Bicycles Hired cut by ihe hour or Bay. Lady and Gent's Tandem Bicycles for Hire ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

Obituary. ? j It is with most profound regret that we li ave to report the death of Mr. P. J. Mallon, of Garland, who, despite all human aid, succumbed to a severe attack of pleurisy with other complications at his residence on Thursday night, 16th inst., at the early age of 43 years. The late Mr. Mallon was a native of J ugiong, Murrumbidgee, and settled with his wife in the Cow ra district about 13 years ago. lfl'i xrcta a trwlnw nnd eiyht young children to mourn the loss of an excellent husband and good kind father. He leaves one brother and three sisters, Mrs. E. Bermingham ( Cootamundra), Mrs. Callan and Mrs. Thos. Grant (Cano windra). Sir. Mallon was deservedly respected throughout the whole district, being1 of a genial and kindly disposition, and ever ready to give a helping hand to those in distress. His sisters and other fond friends were summoned to his bed side about three week since, and remained until deatli called hiia to that bourne from which no traveller returns. Th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

A KG LAY & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 1st Prise Sydney 1895, 1896, 1807, MS * ?ad 18GS. A PERF£4t PfCTiNG SUIT S o Ufi F AR -F AM&D 4» 5S-'A«^HAL- SAC SU1T.^.£^S. T^- MEASURE. PERFECT FITTING. REL^BLE MATERIALS. GOOD WORKMANSHIP THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. £ Highest Grades of G^Jk Newest Designs. NW Codings. New ? Patteif^^^^dy for Aufe'unui and Winter. i/ed. ^^Lsh-class tweSUs, iSpecially selected^ for us to otir owfl order for tlie «* Au£ail^PsAc Suit, to Measure, 4&s. WE DEFY COMPETITION ! In spite of tlie enormous advance in 'Wool, We are keeping up to oiir High Class Standard. Send for Patterns, Measure Form, Catalogue, & Tape. AUTUMN GOODS NOW BEADY. ALL ORDERS CARRIAGE PAID. EIVE GOLD MEDALS FOR PURE AUSRALIAN WOOL, NOTE WELL v THE ADDRESS— Em Mercers, Hatters, Outfitters, etc.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Sydney Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

Sydney Weal and Produce Report. Tho Sydney Wool Association report ns follows for week ending September 1st 1900 Wool. No new features have developed in connection with the local wool market, which still continues quiet and inactive. ? A fow small transactions have been brought about by private contract, but fhere are no important clearances to re cord, Pkoduce. Sheepskins : — Catalogues, which were comparatively small, were composed of butchers' and station lines. Prices for superior full wools were in some instances higher, but this was accounted for by skins being in better condition than at the previous auctions. Lower grades ?were slightly irregular, without quotable alteration. Quotations Merino, fnll ?wooled, light condition, 5£d to 6£ per lb : medium and heavy, 4£ to 5£- ; half wooled light conditioned 4 J to 5J- ; medium and heavy, 3£ to 4|- ; short- wooled, light conditioned, 4| to 4$ ; medium and heavy 2 to 4 ; pelts 1 to 3 ; broken pieces, 2 to 8 ; crossbreds, line to 5 ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

C3i?sr3ine?si Adifsrilssmsni. | Electoral Office, Cowra, 22 nd August. 1900. COWRA ELECTORATE. XHE^ GENERAL LISTS for the above Electorate are now open for inspec tion. at my office and at eveiy Post Office and Court 'House within the Electorate, without fe9, until the day before holding the Revision Court. JAMES MILLER, ll-l Electoral Registrar. School Inspector's Office, Forbes, 18 August, 19 jO. 'FENDERS will be received bjl the undersigned up to 12th Septeliiber for the REMOVAL OF WATER(JrTM BEN SCHOOL BUILDING to afEW SITJ^at GOSPEL OAK. Plat! and Specifications may be seen at Watejgum beu Public School f W- GEO. THOMAS, 3a 81 Inspector. PROGRESS CQSSH3ITTEE ME£TiKG. FJIONTHLY MEETING Progress Com £S4 niittee, School of Arts, TUESDAY, 4th September, 1900. M. J. FINN, (Sec). CAKOV/INDRA SOCIAL CLUB ? Second Monthly Social — wiil be held at — SCHOOL OF ARTS, Friday, Sep. 14th, REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. Daneing at S . 3 0 ? First- class Music. THOS. L. WHELAN, Hon, See. ? Li ? ? ? A ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

THE Commercial Banking Co., of Sydney, LIMITED. Capital Paid Up . . £1,000,000 0 0 Reserve Funu .. 1,010,000 0 o Beseiive Liability . . 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 o] HIGHEST KATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST, Drafts granted on tlie Bank's London Brunei), and on its Agents in the Colo- j nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. j Bills Discounted, Advances made on Liens on Wool arid other approved securi ties, and all usual Baukiug business transacted. ,]/ The Bank is open for business daily, ; if from 10 a.m,, to 3 p.m,, and on Satur-- a days from 10 a.m., to 12 noon. ^ A. E, SMITH, ! 1 ' i 1 Manager, Canowindra Branch- ; X THB -''canowindra star. ? ? f ? ' , FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. j ? ? - ? I

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Canowindra Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

Cans'»Vjrsi5r«i Erass Band. Amount previously acknowledge d £23 15s fid ; B. 1'lp'h, 2s Gd ; J. Atkinson, 10s. Total, £24 8s. The sum of £21 i-!s has been expen ded in ihe purchase of instruments whirl: have arrived at ( 'ar.owindra. Mr. v. I Ionian, ihe band master, lias been re quested to «:t«-iid on Saturday next ? the local School of Avis for *ho purpr -- ; of enrolling member*, and arranging f-r

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

I.X.L. Bakery I.X.L. B. J. KERR, PE 0 ri.vIETOE , gJAYlNG- Purchased the Bakery E°tab 1 i:\h-iient lately occupied byMitS. E. O'LOUGHLIN, begs to announce that he is prepared to turn out fiest-olass bee ad and CONFEClTONEEY. TH~0 BREEN, 8S01 JB R5|B| BlfVEil, |iS prepared to buy for Cash, Wooj Hides, Sheepskins, and Era's of every ind, also Tallow and Horsehair in any uautity. F. Watchmaker, JewaHcr, and Optician, KEN DAT jL- STREET , CO WE A, £or WAT CH, C^OCKi and JSWfclLLE-^V REPAIRS. Ail orders left with Mr. A. Robin eon will receive prompt and careful attention. Defective sight tested EEEE by the latest approved methods, J. C. M A R K A, 6f ths CAFI'OWIKORA GBMJH FACTORS, Elacksiiilih and .Undertaker,- H? jjSEGS to announce to' the residents of Car.owindra and the surrounding districts that he is prepared to execute all work supplied to hiin in a truly Work man-like manner. JJ.e is prepared to do first-class 'repairs to Agricultural Implements of every des-. cription. If your W...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

The Wehilarfal^-*^^ Steam Cooker, . the' Efki*?&l!ous of tfta HousefioM. ' Jfo Yv orrv, No Bother. Lightens the Housewife's load, and renders Cooking a Comfort ttnd a Pleasure. It is tt Gre;t-; Economise?, au'd over 75 pel', cent in fuel can be saved by its use. Besides this, it is clenh, and cooks better tliafi the best stovH ever put 011 the Market. Afessns. WILLIAMS & LEWIS, the Agents fur this wonderful inven tion. vtil be' in Oanowmdm during the next month and thoroughly e-anvas ilie district. Correspondence e/o P.O.. CANOWINDRA. Avii.l receive prompt attention. II. I -?- - - - I, ,1, f, ,,, 'i , , |',y- ? ? 1 1 .-..I.-' . li. *?. ??.lil, '1 . I'll' i'i .? ??- ; 'mi' ? II 1-niT i III'-. ? '? M lisle Ydur Stsrsksspgr For' Mil f Look out for our Trademark# which is a tf4£i L.tovAlUm* ^ Guarantee for Quality. Kart-garsQ Wor'k Is Light ami SuraMg.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

? I'sstsi and Tg!3?#r«Bh;G EMsrhliati&ii- B Oiri'iey, Houns. IPostOfficn onmi 0 a.m. to B p.m. Tdegrauh Of!leo open 9 a.n\- to 8 pin Man p.v Ordet?, daily froVa 9 a.m. p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to i p.m. Savings Bank o^on daily from 9 a.m 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and to 8 p.m, (deposits only. Postal Notes (Stflci of) during- posv ffi.ee hours ; cashing, during money rd^r hours. Note.— -All otPtces ar'o closed rluri'ng nrtiiig of mails from Sydney at 1 1 a.m A^auva 1', .ov MA'n.s. Fnm Sydney G-.P.O. and 'Woodstoek, ailv at U '5 a.ni. Oowva, Tne-sday, Thursday and Satur ay ni; \ 1.30 a.m. Engowra, Tuesday and Saturday at j Cargo, Tuesday* Thursday and Satur nVrtlli and Lvudhurst, Wednesday and P'lr.lay at I, .'if! p.m. [Oaola go.ng, Friday at 8 p.n'. I jljOiik'A'Obd and Burdett, 'J'lturs.iay at r DE7»ARTTTnE O? JlLtTl.-'. For Sydney an d Woodstoclrv daily at j l^owra, ^Monday, Wednesday a:i;l Fri F at 11. 15 a.m. P».u-££vrraj MondfXy and Friday at IltoOJ CaiVr-i', Monu...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

' Loss! Birbstery iiu ? : ? ? AtcricxESus,' E Finn and W J Fiannigan. John Finn . AuIho^ltu^al XiLvrciMt^y.' T. Hobiiison & Co., — -if. L. Jiullen. Baxms. CuiB'iiiercia-l Banking1' Company 'of Sydney, Liuiited.- Manager -*-1' A E Sinitii jir.AcicsMii'irs ? £xd Wheel vv-jmguts. li Avrton J 0 Marka I) B ivLvDonahl Bootmaker J Carter ' B'uiuiisp.a W II Atkinson Bakbh; J Fovresref 33. J. Kerr OoACu axp Buggy BiriLnErCs D li If^cDonaid li Ayrton ' JG Marka Cvcr.K D'zro'r. Coft'ra Cycle Depot, — 11. L. Bullen, . Ho'rKi. M Bwyer, Juuc.tion Hotel J II Marshall, Victoria Hotel Saodi-'iS - and' Hauxjjss 21'aker-s J B Ncv.-'iand - Atkinson «ro--. . T.\ SUHAXCS AOE^OT'S; Aus^alian Mutnal ' Pwviderit Society iiiuLiteX — H. L. Ii alien, Agent. Iniperial Fire Insuroace Coy.-, — II. L AgrtiVs Liverpool, and London and Globe Five and Lii.V. — L J. Finn,- Agent, S/rO Jl'K KEEPERS ?J. Jjjyd, btore^eepe:', T Fiiin W . Pendall. IlNDlillTAXERS Yf II Atkinson j j' C Marka ; Wool a:?d PaonucE Buyer...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Doctor for Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

Doctor for Canov/indra, The following reply his been received by the secretary of the Progress Com mittee from a Sydney medical agent written toby him in reference to procur ing the services of a medical man for Canowindra at tho instance of his Asso ciation. — He advises that a bonus of say £S0 should bo offered for the first year, payable quarterly in advance, and that no conditions should be attached other than residence and practice in and around Canowindr. This is not aguarani.ee, and need only he for perhaps one year. This is the usual plan adopted and is most likely to secure a registered man. 1 have two el i gable men who would suit str.h a practice, and shall be glad to know whether .yon en tertain such a proposal as I have indica ted.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

? DOCTORS DTFFER. Itadatio, ?cubes hydatids. By AUTvIVAL FEOM NEW ? ZEALAND. ^wuare, Palmerston North, N.Z., I Ber. 25 th April, 1899. Hr. — The case of McMinn is a Hne ; the doctor was in a fix But said an operation was abso Bessary. I myself diagnosed it ?-,' and assured the father that Btvonltl in less than two days Hbo be correct. You have the ^ktimony to that effect. — Yours ?KEPWORTH. Electic Chemist. ? Palmerston North, N.Z., « ?r, (Y itadatio), 25th April, 1899.' ?, — On 8th August, 1898, my ^12, complained of a swelling side ?; on examination by a ?ls pronounced to be 'hydatids and an operation was ^Kake place immediately for the the growth. Meeting Mr. ^?electic chemist, of this town, ?fcientioHed the trouble, he re Imc to try a bottle of Vita having resource to' an oper would be necessarily atten ^K-re or less risk. I procured a ^Rithin an hour after the first ^?rovement in the system was ^?and within a period of two ^Bks he w^s perfectly well, and ^Bed so, enjoying excel...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Our Railway League [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

. Oar Railway League, j ~ Tne following letter has been received by the secretary of the Canowincjra, .Hallway League since last issue. — j Cudal, Aug., 27t.lL. 1900. — J. Finn, E^q. Sec. Railway League Canowindra. b— Dear Sir. — The Minister for Works has accepted the invitation lrom this League, and will be here on 22nd October. A: committee has been formed to make q,r- ' rangements re the reception, and as so^n as anything definite has been arranged, ? vou will be notified. Gar meeting jjas, held 0£- Saturday, 25th, and the diffJBnt' leagues, Bowan Park, Cargo, Crai^Hy, ' and Canowindra, were represeBJ^^Hl-t ; was resolved that the secretaries^^Her. with each other as to drawing boun^Hes with the object of gathering statistician that there will be no overlapping, and also that there will bo no part of the different districts overlooked. I would like to hear from .yon on this point. It was also resolved that each league defray their own expenses in gathering statistics. Yours of t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowan Park Show [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

JSbvsstn Park JSSjsw, (By our Special Eejiorter.) The Bo wan Park P. aijd A. Associa tion held their annual show' on Wednes day, when the attendance was a particu larly large one, showing the go-ahead sfliSrlt of the farmers in , that district. There were visitors from Oronge, Blay ney, Parkes, Molong, Cudal, Cargo, and Canowindra. The committee warked, with a will to try and have their show a success in every way. It is a pitv the show was not held on a more suitable piece of ground, as it was in a ploughed paddock with a self-sown crop, which should have been eaten off. This must have been an oversight on the pari of the committee, as the ground was so uneven that it was almost impossible for a horse ; to show his paces, either in a vehicle or otherwise. The following is a list of the prize winners — Draught stallion : J. Gleason's Iron Duke, 1 ; J. Bates' Match em 2. Blood mare : Irvine Bros. Julian A venal mare. 1 . TToavy weight hackney: Mr. Edward Smith's Killarney, 1 . Light ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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The Bottom Fell Out. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

Ths Bottom Fsii Out. Work at the local well-boring plant came to a sudden stop 'yesterday. Work was proceeding as usual, and a layer of sand-stone having been passed th.ro ugh, a veign of hard stuff mixed with quartz was struck, and about 200 foot, of rods was swung up aud down with a ven geance. Just as the management was speculating how much of this kind of thing there was to do, the rods disap peared, and, of course, did not return. Sounding was then resorted to daivn the ? ? ...v' . 'L ' ? I? ? 3 X'L ^ i. X ? _ S- pipe, \V!1PU ill i\ it j iuilliu WI?lu UKJ the shackle was forty feet h'low the surface. Work had to be suspended till a fresh supply of rods could be procured, as only 11 feet were on hand. WTiatthe future of the boring operations may bo it is unsafe to predict. If the cavity bo large, the security of forty feet of piping, without support would be extremely doubtful. Besides, even though the De partment should, issue the order to drive the pipes an additional forty lo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Merry Moments. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

J Merry Kftmssnts. i [By ' LrGiirnEAHx.' We are on the tiptoe of expectation to hear our local band at work practicing-. As we possess so many very efficient per formers with the ' flute ' in our town ship, there is good reason to suppose that some of them will take kindly to the other varieties of wind instruments, o o o o It is reported that a prominent Cargo gentleman made use of very 'Flowery (Floury?) language ' in a railway speech at that place. o o o n The Boers that have gone to St. Helena When they return will be very much clean ei ; For on ' Boney's ' island, let us all hope, They will never go short of vrater aud soap. o o o ? o An inquisitive person wishes to know how the new windmill, will work the pump in calm weather, as it is always such a difficult task to ' raise the wind ' in cases of emergency. o o o o When avo get our railway wo should go in for the most recently invented idea of Prince Fat Ling, Director of Railways in China, which consists of a locomotive that...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Mining Matters. LAUT AND PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

MInSng Matters. LAUT AND PARTY. This party, who hnve done consider able work on their claim, having sunk two shafts — No 1 50ft and No 2 30ft — and driven 30ft east and west in both shafts, put a small parcel of 17 tons through the local battery during the week and realised a return of 1-joz to the ton, Very shortly we mav expect to hear something sensational from this claim. Gold Lenses. — Notice is given in tho ' GovernmeAL Gazette ' that the rent is due on the following gold leases, aud unlosspnid boi'ore 23rd September same will be liable to bo cancelled : — Geo. I ^obsnn and u-n other, Portion 121, County Ashburnhaui, parish Cargo, area la, application No. ?j.f*. Canowindra. , Jas; Cl'ian/ion, - M.-. M. v'ounty A*!ibum hapi, parish - 'iivrajMig, .'.'re a 5-i, appli cation No 420. 7'urke.s; .Tas Channon Rnd another, G.L. 50, County Ashburuhfpn, parish Oarrajong, area 5a., -application No 427, Parkes ; John Burgess and another, G.L. 20, County Ashburmham, parish 0;n,ra]ong,ij are...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

Local and General News. Don't forget. — Eugene Finn sells about 500 head of stock on Saturday (to-morrow) afternoon. Homebush Sales. — The sheep market yesterday showed a downward tendency, whilst the cattle market remained firm, Ewes sold at 12s 8d, whilst lambs re alised lis 6d. Canowindra Social Club. — -It has been decided that the next social take place on Friday, September 14, See advt. Church Hill. — Mr. Hope, Roads Super intendent, of Orange, visited Canowindra on Friday last and was interviewed by Rev, E. Lethbridge, and Messrs Abber ton and M. J. Finn, secretary to the Progress Committee, in re grading the hill near the school. Mr. Hope informed these gentlemen that as the contract had been signed the plans could not be altered though approaches would be provided to the church and Mr. Abberton's. He was sure thay would bo perfectly satis fied with the work when completed. Notice — Mr. J. C. Mark a, of the Canowindra Coach Factory, has pro cured a first-class blacksmith and...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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A DOCTOR FOR CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 August 1900

A DOCTOR FOR CANOWINDRA. Some few months ago it was decided by the local Progress Committee to make an attempt to induce some gentleman of the medical profession to take up his resi dence hi our town, and practice in the purrounding district, and by so residing be available at any time when his ser vices mi glit bo urgently and promptly required, as, for instance, in the case of an accident, or in any one of the many cases of sickness in which a doctor's pi-e- ? I?™, „ punocj id j.uj.jJui.arL.L vc. x' wir HJLio jjllx jjuat? Ct I public meeting was called, at which it was decided to guarantee £100 per an-, nuiii to any doctor who might think the j district a desirable one to practice in, and decide to do so. A ' doctor's fund ' was instituted and [a secretary elected who j was instructed to issue circulars to the many families who would benefit by tho presence of q, doctor in our town, The secretary's energetic efforts met with a very limited response, for out of a popu lation of abo...

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