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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

CRICKET. .ahe bdt_'.a,1i m heq 4 b 'phyed-hiti iw tbe wiei ii-a&by thlI( Qnczaliff. J4 tJ 1Oth-ivectnt'ý } -' * =Jan. 31st * i4- = 'ai1 [Ir),"4ii) I atpaL If - -Ftb. 28th-2uda (kc41iiugr *t o~i'aeii :

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Facetiae [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

a ) 'r GI l,, :+1w i ýrn i (( . 4P¶ , One very Vlcasan ;effect of the.present co sumper iintithit tlieallie have be ea We tol 4IeelI their pkwderdnd. ,dii, ~: d - . ?'Tlierev.ere not somany cases.oBssuiide,?? shoting' this ye ? t t ,le.asktherejwwe3l,,,. hiit. Peri4 vaws owing eto there. not being s6 Iiiy riflled'lyfifartinm-He?ir . Wha"Th archange(' daystth~i~no list, '6bief little woman.:can, make in;tarmn n'sdieiflP' " Exactly,, ysa y vidtiiq "and what a lot o;f ' change"'sherequire while doing it 1?, ` The jdifferne be't ween donor iandhbdiscre=t ,tion is, ?th onortellsyou-ot ?Jp itianmadrmi when he's down and diser tionrarnstyou to:wl, be careful abbut hittng him wen e sn' t down. ,., o ri tfit.ren't you getting a-littltoald?" she said ,o ,lim, in her sofes?t?pn "JTol"e the _old., man, fiercelyhold ng on hish a with botfi hands. '' Thexe isiitia baldniihar n 0JiaA 'head. .i;rs , I -I (lfHliwas taken unawvsres. A' y hingim. portant forme'at1hiohle?"said a gentleman to . ~hisl se...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATION. AN OLD SAILOR'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

'A . Uf ILLUSTBATIONfn P' *.'ou- ask for:a tale, r, ' o you.. iOf whaflt'Ie sein in ohlleh daye. 'f6i w fwas L L.° ad grey.)i.,:i ». ,,I ( ,s qao,,n, I think I've tol; yon many alithe of wdecks 1'1n*"iqd cIo'seA-fougnt.fightvF '*' . .,„ .„» O'f ioW ."we'shll ed'tht 'paqishport, and I , harged'i ight uplthlheig iit?' .And howtI've twice beena nearly!killed aifid i" then of fires,~ t.ea, , ,., (i i Ahd"tales of Sow my cnatps excelled in-deeds '' 'of bravery. , . , ' ." ' I'v e got one:little story i~thd'gli, 'Ihay(e't ..'; . told before-- ;. , ".' ; . *'* t uil t ow'I firsat; iet myod pldwifer air ITf'rty year ago or more.i r f, ":)J ; t)"'wA I d comiehoie' then froinm.goo longtn - lt half; round the world we d'een,' .AWpd;td.;rah,wer.to gatiashore frodr ffthe . Ocean Queen., ; . 1 J 'it 'Wel;'A'e and my mates-a- j"yial crewg-y w `*lanYded-'all togethe,. - tAnd !t ,:talk'ed, abhil eo of 6 'piirr ePronA ,j'd voyage, n and." brigit 'idiild'toiIl6e. •< wea'ti .;.. ,;... i t So...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Actress's Diamond Necklace. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

.: n -Actress'n!~Diak l nd Ne-jQ1 . ' M r. J. H. Sarjn te l an cc 'Jlote - "-Wlh'eniiM'M s ployed by po s:he h'd i.iO i itithi'o icaf of l'1r'rl-"jitt v1a' ta t a dv n Qe. 111 haý.ý ,'! theQtrfJ u "ithi t ohI1 Aon'e. rom Oaht ftIrjoafi l flip"lhnew o eA .e season she a il. jy 1ckl vcrueay £ You can Imiag , ..then, th. athawhen hel1 t itlayd aciljle; Ast thliih veAW lTheatue e, theA, nere:noldiamnoinls toi xhibit1 But whe , ihadl playedM?iirsevi lrtoi s en tough ithltBostoinn e began to a hti easier X t'- arn ¢,t ueye!r walkin g.along. King Atreet' ,in .oia o M el4 1 n t we passed s. jtwviLr's, I 1.nextoo~1 letheatre;, In e w W raP magient.diamondl! neckla .''Mod1jti anupEfefted our, eyes; of ita ; .lie said ?mig asell gQin goiod Bt i ; uaf ,gooi* t; han dltif, auy .wa wen.ti asked the ma. i .argofz lieshop tgo see th ilecki'ace in A i .go H'e reognised: us, andltain~g i t, ad i , be just: the 'thiin for' a ", ..W ..n.dged eaah. other s'if i a a delicR iosijoke.,'hne told us ltha ith...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Coat-Tail Pocket. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

-ý ¢ The.`Coat-Tail PoI ket.,; ,j Newspaper:writdrs have for years isedd the subject of theipockets in awomnian' dress for their fun, and detailed the diflicuhtt oif finding a pocket when the 'dress'has'-b~n. turrned wrong, side out anid hungrup iiPia. closet, but no one has written of 'theciriiiini. stance that the tail pockets-of 'a man's'ioat are put in left-handed. - . . . . - : - A man may wear coats for years; and'lie keeps the run of them while he - has theii on. He.knows instinctively that his hand. kerchief is in, the left hand pocket,' and that he can only reach it by. placing his right hand around under the tail. The left hand can no more get into a left band pocket than a camelopard can geta cinder in itii eye. But when a man's coat is not on his back, and he tries to: get into the' right pocket, as-.it lays on the floor, where he always hangs it up, he invariably gets his hand in the wrong pocket. ?Ie holds the .coat.up by-the collar, 'with lining, facing him,,and reach...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

P APERH ANGINGS PAPERHANGINGS At Melbourne Prices. E. ROBSON AND SON, PLUMBERS; House, Ship, and Locomotive Painteras, SignWriters, Grainers, and Decorators, .QUEENSCLIFF AND BALLARAT, Suceessurs at Queenselif to Mr J. Brooks.' Experienced workmen stent to any part - of the colony. E. ROBSON AND SON "B EG to return their sincere thanks to their . Patrons of Queenseliff for .favors re ceived during the pastl12 mobths, and to as sure the Residents that nothing shall be left undone that may tend to deserve a continu atli~e of the support so liberally bestowed. Gasfitting, BELL-HANGING, AND V:IUlIII , a speciality. EWS'rIMATES GIVEN FOR GEEERAL RLEPAIRS. Families Waited on. Shipping Supplied. . SMILEY AND CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, WINE AND SPIRIT : MERCHANTS HESSE STREET, Queens.liff. W. T. PRIDDLE & SON, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Undertakers' Department. ggFunerals Furnished with every r.quisite Hearse andMfourning Coac when required. HUMBLE AND NICHOLSON VULCAN FOUNDR...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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"IT." A GERMAN PRIZE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

A GERMAK PBIZE STORY. e [The, original of the folloing isa 'prizestory, written for the Wiener Allgemeine Zeitung. There were 750 contfibutions handed in, ahd of these Mr. Roberts' "ItV took -the first(prize/'300 forihs. The jddges !were soime of ,the mhost enlightened men of Gei?ian literdturd -'Bauerfeld, Laab4I' Gross, iand several others. The author is Frei herm V. Roberts3 .~-.. .- ; Returniiig from a bisiness trip, leritered my wife's boudoir, and fofind her k'fieeling before a low chair, on which sat a baby boy with large, round, wondering eyes.I' She got up, anbd came rustling in her silken ,robe de. chambre to me. She reached out her hand, and greeted me not more heartily, nor yet more formally, than we were accustomed to greet eachother in:those days.? ?- There it is," said my wife, pointing to thechild.' , ,; ; " What ?" asked I. But sle stooped dowh before the 'little-strauge-,h"ia'ibircuiftto its upturned face, and, halfturning toward me, replied " .Well, you knowdi .we...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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A Queer Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

A Queer Game.',;. y,, Myfriendi ABnon'nit iiot Mriessary to give actual names-is a man'of 'the'ivorld, pnublily famous as~ a. learneAd professor of ehemiistry, privately noto'ous as'aa"gambler. When he is in town his house is, open to everyone whoseinameis onlis visiting list. Two or ,th'ree ladies aiil o 6zen i''gentlemen are' usually'to'be ound nli rooms, after dark:' H isi' admiablpaye, and ai , :generousi and geniMl' ho. Only one res triction is put upon play, and that is that it shall finish with-the"da~k hours., This is a rule without .exception that'is enforced in winter or summer.' From prejudice or principle, Ano ,bjects to the use of cards in the day.?iAnlmgenious~litsle instrument fixed on the house-. top communicates Ito-an elctneltridblb'tie effect produeed o ao sensitised plate by,the first ray.of sunlight. At this signaL the tables are closed, tea is served, there isea pleaasanthalf' hours' chat, and then the party:dispersei. :' From one ofithese ,pleasant half hours ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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THE TEST OF ACTUAL TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

THE TEST -oF ACTUAL TurAL,.--This is what proves the merit of preparation. The proprietor ef Green's August Flower, know ing its valualle .properlies,iimeets this teot boldly by preparing sample bottles of this remedy, which are Oald at tild. This enables doubters to try its virtues at a trifling ex lpense. Augutst Flower is a panacea for r)ypepia rind :,11 disordets of the laiver, in cluding Biliousne-s, Indigestiorn, Sick Head ache. Costivenesis iete. Three d'os?rs will re lieve any of the ab,;ve, and a faithful use will will. -certainly cure. No medic n. in the world has ever given such proof of its: merits. l)ruggists recommend it with perfect confi dence and physitian prescribi it regularly. Price for full sized b ,ttic s s tid. SAd by all Druggists. The season hitherto is dull as compared with former years. A CARD.--To ALL WHO ARE SUFFEP.ING from the errors and indiscre;ioai of youth nervous wejakness, e-arly decay. loss of mtnt ho-,l, & '., I will send a recipe that w...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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His Errand. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

;1 JHis Errand. iThe editor sat with his head in hiC han?s te And his elbows at rest on his knees ; He was tired of the-ever-increasing demands ' On his time, and hle anted for ease. m f The clamor for "copyf?wasicorned witia I; sneer, ,i. And he sighed in the lowest of tones ',Won't somebody come iwth a 's1hiing to Scheer B .I . I .. .. . i .. -. " The heart of Emanuel Jones" " Just then on the stairway a footstep was r heard c:And a rap.a:tap!od attbe door, .And the flickerilig.,hope.thathad long .been deferredFu ;(} i,4 ,. , , . . ,:;I * Blazed up likea beacononce more;: lAnd there 'entere'i a man with a cynical t. smile -. That was fringted with a stnbble of red, Who rem.Frl td as ilt dasorry " i ll To the 5a qac _fv..yerage hea d, ,U "I have come,here to pa--.-- Here.the "i '' You'rea~iT welcom"8ias;flowers it spring. Sit down in this easy arm.chair by my side And excuse me awhipe tillI bring , :i. A lemonade, dashedwtih a }little old wine,, And a dozen cigars of the hest . . ....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The New Musical Critic. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Th' e New< Musical Critic. The neiv musical critic of- Tit-Bits was a grieatcard. Nobody who gazed uptrn his gos eamer limbs, liis spectacled uoris, or the air cs o auasee ons on eMer si of his bulging brow, could doubt this for an in stant. The managing editor, an earthly creature, however, had his doubts about the ethereal young man, but as the music critic ;had been well recommended, the managing editor stifled, his doubts and showed the young man thid d~sk: het job the young manr~' i'vei 'as t& b o the opera on the. opening night. 'Ie rallied forth in evening dress, with a full score under his arm,-'and his :eart bulgin hg.with.mglodious tiutopahtions,.eturnig, analtiavig fish d his critique, he 't0o'k iitog the managing -editor, who bade him sit down and read the stuff aloud. The young man's 'soul was terribly shocked that h ss iplendillc m lpnosit, tioinsliouldlbeecaleid "Wttiffi 'l' owever he began with as goodgracepjghe could ugder the circumstances as fol...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Crude Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Crude Notions. BY RAMBLER.. When we consider that. Queen.?.liff is one of the principal watering places in Victoria we naturally expect tofind every thinig in connection with the town Alnosat perfection from a sanitary point of 1view. A watering place where visitors come to recruit their health should be. above re proach. But'l am sorry to say.' jatias far as my observation serves me I cannot truthfully say that we are anything near the standard. Passing down Learmonth street this week I could not help noticing the abominable stench which proceeded out of the channel of that street. I should be very sorry to live near that particular spot; but if I were compelled to live there,, I should take some very decided action to have the nuisance abated. To owners of property about there, I iam sure it will do harm, for no visitor with a grain of common sense, to say nothing of a regard for health, would be fool enough to rent a house where such a nuiisance .exists. Then the manner in which ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
He Wanted a Little Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Robions adbeendnning Jones for a loeng time;, but iu result, At lash: iRobnson-ehi upou a good plan of eff~l tdally "doing for.Joues,!' as he termed it. So dnone eveninghefollowed-thatnworthyrtOthhe '?s' of the girl he was "sweet on," and after giving Jones'fi.e.minutes' grace,??just; tboget' comfortably settled, gavea:' kudck-,at the, ddor. Pesently Jones was called by the servant. " . " Alie'l! Good 'eve?ii'g," iaid" Robinson 4 ably.v i.,7 ,; ':,i, : i - b' W' ellh 1 jid ognes,., completely :taken liha littlh ill,a you I?w, SJones sawilhow mattersi stoodin aiministe; and reaching for his hat, closed the door'andi walked tothe .cornie: of? -the ;streetr with! Robinson. ,.;: .' No~ lo ihere e, Isaid. Donn be a fool, t,'. m r : ' I dox't'iidentidtfbito iiam going to have my bill-for all thaiti. ;?it=. . " ' : ? ?i( "C.ertai?ly yotg..ar, but justn ]gsen a moo ment, 'j've counte$ a girl yourself, and, ,therefore know allbot the little necessariis ofconcerts, operas, &c, Well th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Retribution. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

S Retlibution. I have riead a good deal in the news papers about the injustice of welshing, and the sorrows 6f the welshed; It is not al ways such plain sailing, though, for the i leather-lunged gentleman whp is so read I1 with his proffer of a couple of points over the prope odds; and whb, subsequently; b'i.sh 4u4n _Jamentable ignorance o?th'b leaiires I of parting. ' In the course of my experience I have witnessed the ripping.u'P..of many a would-be levanterifrom the ringg?:. "'I have seen three- t idiAii1als ieate ani d kicked o effectdally that they never beheld the next morning's light'ti ogh the wirdows of.l.i ithespitals t to ifieli they were conducted; and I have seen a persistent defrauder of the colonial Sracegoer stripped literally of every stich of f olothing he had on him. And I have no t pity for any one of these. Battle, murder, f and sudden death must necessadrly. be:in eluded amongst -the/adverse chances which may bpeset the career of the wrongdoer o'o the racecours...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Generous Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

'The hbnd oes?4liaoi4d said toe worn by agyoneon the si;ge prjles on` the little white hand-of a. rather ma'ggificpnt ~d, very pretty .performer known; a' S8Sega,'; of the Soldene troupe. When, that highly refined ;and msithetic company played in Denver, someone: introduced this partietilar star to Governor Tabor, who is a generous. patron of music. During a brief coiversa 'ton with'lher the magnate was summoned on. biusiness' by ai messengei, "i'As he withdrew Ehe, it is ip nsuined mnecorsciously; remarked that he would inish his. call some other tinie., 'dh, no .yon won't, ",said the juguty per former; "you will get so 'absorbed in these great big mines and political things that yoi~'ll forgtlall.'about poor!little me;" .The' direct slurp.on, gHbernatorial,.gallantry was. equal to a chaltenge., k4t,aý rae, the Go .vernor pledged limself to return. . I. do4 t believe aniyi'of y6i wicked Western' men withq~ite sob; e other' guarantee' than your word '. said _tiihe clepcrMiss -tellai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

..,Anf desori ptio, n 'fteB ,,'eeatrg. .exeu .;:n'iiQs ,c1 -i - UI s I . Q.uick Despatc, :,:.and Moderate r O f'. to Tei s i-N pape; r,2 ' tf ,;:the Advertift Departiment every effort is made to satisf customers-Special Inducements dfdr Lfrge"Advertiseainentsud w ottons fr l n h, i ,? •y e-% I-e A ..-_. .... &I

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Mrs. Bilkins' Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Mrs. Bilkins' Burglar:. " Pa i pa I" exclaimed Mrs. Bilkins, as she dug her elbow into the ribs of her sleeping husband. °"Ugh l " gro6ied the sleeper. "What do yoi want '. "ish," said MrsBilkins. "There's a burglar inathehouse.' buA b'rglarl" soliloquised zber sOu se, hpulledithe bedclothes over his head.2.Goo id tell im tdnlear at." k "'Hadn't yt7u beti~e get np and hu t'foi him? I'm sure I heard a noise. "Hunt for him I Not me. I ain't lost no burglars. If you've lost any you can go on a hunt while I stay here to guard the jewel somewhere downstairsi and the good woman wasd intgreater alrnm t thanrevert 'Bilkini lay for- minutesthinkirgiHerhad*'never'eom? mitted a burglary, but he knew that no thief ,on;earth wouldA ttle things around that way wlilerobbmg. a hluse. "It's a cat or a dog, heth-?u d i?tohi elf, and then he said aloud, ',I believe there is somebody downstairs. 'I'11 go down and see." "But you have no weapons, dear. W6dldn't~tibe better, after all to let hinem take wh...

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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

fA rirX-change-'Tw9 flyes for tn * "Oite usetre 6e0ore ieua fw,,' 'a the snadll oiofsaid"hwii lie crawld in'era circus tenit. r w A It zalk'eeaCa; grcer. i-ma te 4 ought itb-ieepWa: 'ggabinhige i winiow- a ia&Q blematical of the strength of his butter. . western ,colfege ref sedMto ~ tblish a department oiwpod-carvmig, f6rfer- r would. ac uire a rep'uti~onfor turningi out i'block " heads. 'LFoolish child," said the parent, "yot will have many bitter tears to shed yet."' seem always salt." -/ '7 i - " Whe-ew," yelled the mian as 4he dentisb Sjerked-.dhis.tooth oat.i hought,.youuex-=e tracted teeth withopt pain." , 86 do--"I without pain to me:""' '? " So you've been fighting again ?", ."'Y sir." - Whiresthii : other fellow ?"t' i' tiln hospital." "Is he unhappy ?" " Yes,; .bu ,l" Se trouble is that he is to unco'nseio'2 to preciate how unhappy he really is." .. : 'I'h ~ppy ? Do you ask me if I am happy ?"' inquired'a young convert to M6rmoimitm, ?whoýl recently, iarried. into...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

dihUkffo'y Portarlingtoni And Drysdale -I E3'WITW I3( B fOU ilH of QOF EN ; `k..oitD1OaIBY VACANCY. • TICR F is. li y :ive} that Dtlecdtili to ftll,the Extr irinuary iucanucy,.c wa t};; .the rigtSntitn -c1 CtOyncilUor. H~lrm*, ;t'il .i held p tthe. Tiic Hlfl,. Quu.s,..litle, on.Mi -• day, thei 26th da ;ftJanouirr, l$Y,.aia l itat. satuiray, the , ,Shiliy of J.ua,.; has bi.i fiIxianJM the dIqo Mu *1koin r. . .tehisethii ltlth of' iaryil$j. Fo it aisy ble hl st thristhr. . ',. _ t- • • ,.ReturniggO blicer'... B O~ o OUGH :OF QUEENSCLIFF: NOTfIfK TOOWEIts OF IDOG S. 4i1thie Aemli, d D? Act all fees .must 1??~r ite ht :Mare h.8i , antd tthe Act n er espectsc i " ." JOERDA1i O;:.c :;. ': i ' l'tn t ertk A ERS;UiA Y SEVUICEiSTo-morriw _, -tlndty, lith January;:i . ,. • Inspeci aid oft the.Pl'.'th (ihurch Fdnkin r-" • , - , ,''" "' i ., 1 I: Cominunion, 8 a . , Muoring service, 11 a.m.--Pl'rtcIiraceldr; :. J.IGODBLI, M,.A. Processional H?~ymu-, -" .jlth gaadness," ' : ,. ? ' Evenipg:; :7,3...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Borough Council. Monday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

- Presenit'-= hie 11 M,ýir (l br' , `"101p ,1"s C,? A `1rkfins ,,Dullieu;,.,Cuttier" 4u.uzu,,i, ,r i ll!S " .ll : s 1 ,-' : ...- . l ' . . ` f Jwnusoyt and Jiornd S..I .. Stakging at the ettv;' - . ' Reply, from' the ,lepirtntii,' stittiig lethatite: Puli: ?Vtiorks I)t?iitiet lidd bei) t + i t rigi sl , ing at tihe newr p.ler.-=It iwasa mei1 tined )li comrilloir that thiwivork linil no yet "been ta' te". .Too Green. ,,. A' .letter was. read :fi.inu Thompson Brothiers,"'tati ' that- the wnittle bar' Whielh. the lia?l, h ,lt it-firomn tlt council a Sg Breen that the llirciasers. mad a reAetini. oj, 1O: per en?t?: .amd they tr tedetht' i?micluiin in utice, wiol allnW'a rebate on ther price of' 'their ten der. Co? of the lewer nr it;tn i ti totwnl cJerk was read,:stating that I ns:.it was d(luly advertised and teiiloredi fi-r a red uction'"qn the pric " could linot-,e ,iS?ia ,o uncilionrs ,endiors ed ` i eter,: all8 were unan1tiou, in the opilnion thaIlt asi there !.werei three ,tenders...

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