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What We'd Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

What We'd Like to See. Village settlement ou the, temporary com- . mons rouud about Molong. A Gun Club formed in Molong. There are plenty of sbootists and some budding orack shots in the district. The reoreation ground made 'a thing of beauty and a joy for ever.' ' Farmers who have not the money to pay their subscription to the Hospital, donate a bag of wheat, oat«, or some other produce. Certain young men use more decent language while walking along the footpaths on Saturday night. The peace of the Sabbath undisturbed by the sound of firearms in the hills adjacent to Molong. The two best institutions in town — the Mechanics* Institute and the Good Templars' Lodge — enrolling members daily. Those suffering from 10 per cent, reduc tion, don't grumble ; but look round at the array of unemployed. Less desire on the part of parents to billet their sons and daughters, on the State. The School of Arts Committee raffle the old piano, and go in for a new one oa the time payment system. All ...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Molong.Parkes-Forbes Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

:.?*?-:. ?* Moloug^ParfeQs-Porljea Railway. ?' )Ih« ^following deBcriptrion of the line from i' .Molong - to Parkea and Forbes appeared in Tuesday's Star ;?— As another stretch of railway line which m]\ open up a large extent of valuable country is Hearing- completion, a few remarks appertaining therbto will prove of interest to those of our * readers who desire to see the produats of our baok lands brought within reasonable reach of ;. ' the metropolis. The contract for the extension of the railway from Molong to Parkes and Forbes was let about two yeara baok to Messrs. Baxter and Saddler for some £240,000, Aa, howler, a considerable amount of extra work has had to be performed this sum will be exceeded. The length of the new line is 73 tuiloB, aud the works have progressed ao rapidly that the oon tractora have been running passengers and goods '?'thrqughT to Parkes for nearly four months. ,The / rails to Forbes have also been laid, aud trains commenced running over this section on...

Publication Title: Molong Express And Western District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Department, of Laud*, Sydney, 13th September, 1893. ROADS. rHE attention of all Persons interested is in vited to the ' Government Gazette' of the 12th instant in winch appears a notification with respect to Lund Resumed for a Itbiul declared to bo a iload for Public Traffic, Laud District of Holongl WM. HOUSTON. Under Secretary. Note. — Copies of the ' Government G-azotta' can bo inapecte I at the Crown Land Office and the I'oliee Oifiuo.of the District. Po'atul aud Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Ollioe, Sydney, 13th September, 1893. A TTENTION is directed to Gaz; btte Notice in jHL viting Tenders for the Conveyance of .Mails to and from . 1, Molong and Warne ?2. Ouxauock and (Jundumbul 3. Obley and Tom Lug Ley i Tenders will be received up to 11 a.m. on the 16th proximo, and must be addressed to the Deputy PoBtuiaster-General, Sydney. .. . , '. ..'..- '?. ? v' ' JOHN KIDD... , . , ? ? Department of Lands, , Sydney, 2nd August, 1893. ATTENTION is i invited -to the 'Gov...

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Calendar For Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Calendar Por Next Weet. SUN. MOON. '??'?? Rises, Sets. Kisos. Sets . a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. Sunday 5 48 5 55 4 28 4 45 Monday 5 46 5 56 5 33 5 H Tuesday 5 45 5 57 6 37 5 42 Wednesday 5 44 6 58 7 45 6 12 Thursday 5 42 5 58 8 55 6 42 Friday 5 41 5 59 ? 10 10 7 16 Saturday 5 40 6 0 11 23 7 57 .Moon's Phase. Full moon, 26th September, at 6.28 p.m.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 23 September 1893

Official Correspondency. Mr. 0, J!,. Brennam, hon. Becretary of tlie Canowmdra Progress Committee, is in re ceipt of the fallowing oommunication, which has been handed us for publication :— « 'The Electoral .Distriot Gonamisaioii, , 30 . Young-street, -Sydney, Septeiiibep 12,' 1893. Sir, — In reply to your wire of tho 1st iust., etating that it would ba to the beat interest of Canowindra that Canowindra portion of Cowra, police dietriot, now in the electorate of Molong, be added to tho proposed Gowra eluotorate, I have the honor to: infurm you that tbu propo aitidn contained in thtt petition which followed L ? your telegram has been favourably oonniiliTud ^k by theCommissioneis. I have th» honor, &*:., ^^Gkobob Lewiu, Electoral District Oomuiis Heioner.' ^^r The- Civil servants in Sydney waro allowed un ^M extra half-holiday this weok, iu order do attend H the niefcropajitau; racei , . ?. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

HUDSON BROTHERS, LmiTED, CLYDE WORKS, GRANVILLE. Agents : John Black & Son, Motong^. ;\. ?? : — i ' ? -V.i-'i XlV/AlWJU VJIXJXXJLI.W^* 'j^^^35a- , ,, , ,, (;., v-{ ,,j v C^' TESTIMONIALS OPEN FOR rtH^^^^S^^^^agg!^-^^^^-^^^^.' '.?'|'~;.;~' ? r~::^r.v_~r ? r1 ? B sSf£B5Hmkm^j ? ' ?-'i WMiiMiiir'BnftjL INSPECTION. t*&~~~ .it i i ii i mmm**-mm-^^^mm~~*d^ml+*i^~mJ—m-lm-~m~^^ZZ~mmmmm±^ZiZZmdZ^!^U^mmmm*m±mmm£ijfc^^ April, 1893.— 'Chaff-cutter aud Horse-gear are, A 1.' May, 1893. — ' Greatly pleased with Cutter and Horse-gear. Best T have ever seen. Work splendidly.' May, 1893.— ' The Cutter is the best Machine I ever put a sbeaf of hay through.' : ' \ ',..''.' ',/i ' '; June, 1893. — ' I have much pleasure in announcing that the K2 Cutter gives me every satisfaction.' ' ' 1 -i ?- ?' \ July, 1893.—' The K3 Cutter is coming into great favor here.' - / ', July, 1893. — 'Your Horse-works purchased 12 months ago are the best'I-have ever used.' ? ' July, 1893. — ' The Sheller is ...

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REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVE. LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY , ' ' ' RESERVE. -. : Land District of Molong. t '? iSTiJ. 764 from sale for water supplyi-no'tifipd 20th December, 1876, County of Gordon, : parish of the Gap, 160 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on a point on Doughboy Creek, 20 chains above the dam on Burrawong Run ; 'i and bounded thence by a line bearing east : - - 20 chains ; thence by a line benring north 40 i'' chains; thence by a line bearing w.at 40 M- v.;1 chains ; thence by a line bearing south 40 ^^' chains; and thence by a line -hen ring eaat 20 chains to the point of commencement. Notb.— This completes the revocation of ; the reserve which was partly cancelled on 21st May, 1887. ' ' 'Jamie,' says one honest Irishmen to an \'i- ' other, the first ti.me he Saw a locomotive* *X ' *' what is that Bnortirig bfute ?'— ' Sure, replied Jamie, ' I don't know at all, unless it's a ateuriK boat splurging along to get to tho wather.'

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Mr. James Glazier's Stud at Murga. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Mr. James Glazier's Stud at Murga. ? ♦ ? (BY 'BEQGARBOY.') While on a tour through the We3ter,n dis tricts, I visited. the Murga Stud, owned by Mr.' James Glazier (senr.), who is one of the few thorough old sportsmen left and whose name is a household word in the Lachjan dis tricts. He raced horses early in the fifties,, and raced purely. for the love of the sport. I found the old gentleman looking hearty and /well for a man of his years, as he must now .be on the shady sidta of sixty. He has a ?wonderful memory far pedigrees on thorough ' breds, and converses .freely on the system of racing carried on thirty or forty years ago Compared with that of the present day. He is a true lover of the thorous; tinted*, and al 1 ' 'ways ready to welcome a visit, to his stud farm. : . In former years, when residing at Cano windra, he raced such horses as BIub Pasha, Gladiator, Gunillier, Juch Shepperd, Lady Figaro, Young Cotherstone, Battle A bbey, ''' and Lady Webster (grand dam of Trump, now ...

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RESERVES FROM LEASE CANCELLED. LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

RESERV ES F RO M LE ASE 'CAN GELLED.1 Land District op Molonq. No. 3256 from leawo for ? wnter supply, notified 2nd April, 1887. County.- «f Unrdon, parish of the Gap; containing an area of - about 120£ acres. The Cro vn Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the west boundary of portion 72, Jolm Eu'trlo Bton's additional conditional purcha.-e nf 80 acres, at a point epst of the south-east corner . of portion 11 of 40 acros ; t-ouiid*d tlience on the north bv a line partly -forming the south, boundary of the latter portion bearing west ' to the east boundary of portion 116 ; on the ?west by a line forming part' of the east boun dary of that portion and the oast boundary . of portion 117 bearing south to the. south-east corner of the latter portion ; on the south l«y the north boundary of portion 92 ami a north boundary of portion 5 beating east to the south extremity of the west boundary of the' latter portion ; and thence on the east by a line partly forming a west b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

. JIG, DON ALDSQJS, L NEWS AGENT, Stationery, Fancy Goods, and Tobacconist Depot, . BANkStREET, MOLONG.. ..,,,,,,. JG. DONALDSON begs to inform the Public of Molong and Surrounding Districts. ? that he has just opened a New and Varied Assortment of ^ i Fancy Goods, Stationery, and Tobacconists' Requisites, Which he is now offering at Prioes to suit the timea.' FOR CRICKETING TOOLS— Spring Cane-handle Bats, English Balls and Scumps—you ;, rcannot aurpass DONALDSON'S Stock. LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS and Balls can aW be obtained at DONALDSON'S. -gf Agent for the ' MOLONG EXPRESS' and all Sydney Newspapers.. Qrders piomptly attended to, and all papois regularly posted to any addresst ? :'Note the Address : — ,',?', ??'= J. G.- D0NALDS0^;-.:C2-/' (Opeositb Post Office Hotel), !B J3l 3» X£L ^ T Bt'SS ES'S1 , BfS. OLOM' €3r\ j:©hS~~1?eilso n Has just Opened a Good Assortment of NEW - S P RI N. G - 60 OD8 . Cruiu's Floral Prints, Printed Ponjwes, Blouses, Aprons, Ladies' Sliirts, New Cre^pous, F...

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Land Notes. ANNUAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

/ Land Notes. ANNUAL LEASES. The following annual leases within the Molong land district, have been granted : — j- George Bruce, care of E. H. Stobo, Orange, 120 acres, county Gordon, parish Burrawong . and Catorabal ; £5. Henry Travers, Cudal, 386 acres, county Anhburnham, parish Cudal ; £i 0s 5d. John Lyster, care of E. H. Stobo, Orange, '203 acres, county Ashburnham, parish Boree ' k Cabonne ; £4 4s 7d. Thos. Joseph, Keenan, Amaron, 720 acres, '.'V county Asbburnhnm, parish Burton and ;. Boree Nyrang ; £15. Thos. Joseph Keenan, Amaron, 150 acres, (bounty Ashburuham, parish Boree Nyrang ; -f', £3 15. . ,. - . Thos. Joseph Keenan, Amnroo, 100 acres, county Ashburnham, parish Barton , £2 .' ? 10s. .s-V*- '- ' Arthur Jaa. Douglas, Ooates' Creek, ' - s Atheys, 720 acreR, county AsMmrnhatn, parish Terarra and Mandagery ; £2 8s. George Bruce, Loombah, via Molong, 412 acres, county Gordon, parish Catombal ; £7 14s 6d. Joseph Henry Dean, Meratibnrn, 20 aores, county Ashburnham, pat ish Dt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

| -l»!*!t*'Z?!s!' ''*?-- TF-i^DE MARK J-fle«rt*y*a??TWBa:B%'-»^ TO THOSE WHO VALUE THEIR SIGHT. ^ .A.. Gk BLAOKADDEE, CHEMIST AMID DEiTIST, ; '::;;V: ' (Late Dispenser to Dr. McKillop, Qoulburn), Agent for Lazarus & Go's. Famous Specialite Spectacles. The Byes are thoroughly tested and the perfect correction given for each Eye, and oaclt Pair ? ' of Spectacles Guaranteed. ' .,., A Lai'ge Stock of New Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet Requisites - always in Sttfck at Sydney Prices. ? ; : PRESCRIPTION i ACCURATELY DISPENSED FROM SELECTED DRUGS AT,REF0RM PRICES. . TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED— Adults, 2s. Gd. ; Children, Is. 6d. ; Teeth stopped with ' '' Silver, 5s. ; Extraction under Cocaine, Chloroform, and iEther by arrangement. . : ORDERS BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ONE TRIAL SOLICITED. Note the Addbess':-^- ? ' ? .-..?. Medical Hall, opposite Post Office, Ilolong. COLUMBIAN LAND DISTRIBUTION. THE ONLY AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY DISTRIBUTION. . Subrdivision of the well-known Vic...

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The Carcoar Tragedy THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

! B hiTiie (jJareoar tragedy; 'ilfl.™ ,i»u.':'.:i '^HE INQtTEST. :'??'?, :.i ) jL Jll!) JILiJ.-cl l.j';:. il:-. !'? . '??- ? .' '? ?' '?? -?'???? ?' ' ! !--ioiiWB,;at6iind6bted..tQ the -Bathurab- Advocate for: I nthafollbwingipar.tlculars of the inquest iii con i- ?- ? oectioh with the above tragedy t-- ????????- ??, , «,iiM _ .n'rji;., ?!.??:.; .;.???;. ;.? i _ Garcoar, Tuesday.! ?? -Vl''!-fJTheladjoiirried itiquest oh. the bodies 'of John ^ J;WiiiLam;PhilH|is arid Letitia' Frances Cavanagh, ?'J'\^lhoL'''wBre:',8o~'jbru_lia.ilyi done to death on .the ' morning oi.S'unday, opened at the Court House, J 'ltyajrqre. th'e 'Coroner, Mr. J. LUhgow Cobb arid ' !.i*'jufy °f twelve. The Court was crammed in , ©ye.r.y.;:part.; . ,..,? ..'.;..?, .. ;? ??????? ?? : ,; . ,Tbe acouBed was, represented by Mr; Edward -i: Pi-itchacd. Baasett ;i Inspector .Cameron, of, ?;Dubbo,'appeared on behalf of the Crown. In -;' 8 pec tor Oarueroa informed the coroner that he had no eyidericeto offer before that...

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Sundry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

[Sundry Notes. . ? .. ?????? ?,*:.?:*:, y- %? { ? .'ii V An aaanuTfc of. an. ..unusually senouB Nnaturo, which it ia feared will result fatally, took place on rfutimiay night at .11 o'clock at the Royal Foi-sl. Parlt'ii^'i lb aeeina that ; John A'nkortell, i \ji- ibsv, ami' William Ryan, bootmaker, were iiavituj. » ,-liap-iifce in the bar, which was likely to i ??-.!:; i, i.u ,r- .light, when Mr. Joe Fletcher inter I'w-^-l fititi' asked them to leave. Ankertell re ? :i;,!;a, and had to be ejeoted. He had not been ??;?;??;« many minutes when he rushed into the ai.ol with oh ironbark paling, which he had ?:iod from the gateway, and struck at Thus. vivHid Y&ndarae, a groom; at the hotel, who :.:i fitting loading a newspaper. At first sight 1 :.ri} appeared to have been inflicted a rect ciigular wound three^inohes by three inches .vertho left temple. I)r. Devlin waa sent for, and a modical examination subsequently allowed that a compound fracture of the skull had taken place. Se...

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CONCLUSION OF THE INQUEST. THE VERDICT. WILFUL MURDER AGAINST EDWIN HUBERT GLASSON. MRS. PHILLIPS DOING WELL. NO FURTHER ARREST. CARCOAR, FRIDAY, 3 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

CONCLUSION OF THE INQUEST. THE VERDICT. : WILFUL MURDEll AGAINST «EDWIN IW BERT GLASSON. ' MRSr PHILLIPS DOING WWTJL. - NO FUBTiJKR ABRKST. ^ '* [by telkgrafh.] CAKCOaR, Fuiday, 3, p.M; Mr. JEI. Lamond, of the Caucoak Chronicle* kind ly^ivires us as under : — The inquest on the bodies of the victims of the Carcoar tragedy terminated this morning. Tlie jury retire-.l for 'three-quarters of on hour and returned into Court with the following ver dict:— 'That John William Phillips ami Letitia Frances Cavanagh came to their de-it-hs ut the City Bunk, Carcoar, on the morning of Sunday, 24th September, 1893 through being wilfully murdered hy Kdwiu Hubert tjlasson, commonly known as Jiortie CHauaon ; »wd that anoiner, or otners, entered the biiTik with him; with a view to rob it'1 Glasaon wns then formally oomtuitted to take his {.rial at the B&thuvst Oiroiiil. Court on the 1 1th- Oc- tober next, for wilful murder. .?., ; ?[',? 'When the Coroner said ' wilful murder,' GMasson i'hs-i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 13t.h September, 1893. A TTBNTION is directed to Gazette Notice in l\ viting Tenders for tho Conveyance of Mails to and from 1. Mplong and Warne 2. Oumnock and Cundumbul 8. Obley and Toraingley ;.. Tenders will bu received up to 11 a.m. on the 16th proximo, and must be addressed to the; Deputy Pastinaster-Genera.1, Sydney. . JOHN KIDD. Department of Lands, Sydney, 5th September, 1893. A TTENTION is invited to tho 'Government jt\. Gazette,' No. 617, of the 2nd instant, iu which the undermentioned portions are proclaimed Special Areas, available for selection on the 2nd NOVEMBER NEXT, at the price per acre, and wththe maximum and minimum area for Resi rjintial ? Conditional Purchases stated below: — : ?; ouhty, Ashburnliain; Parishes Nanami and Tra Jore; Portiona, 17 and 161, 17 to 20, 110 and IU ; price, 17;and 161, £3 10s, 17 to 20, 110 and lllj £2 10a ; maximum, 320a ; minimum, 40a. WM, HOUSTON, ' Under Secretar...

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Wool Growing—Heavy Fleeces. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Wool Growing— Heavy Heeces. ? ♦ There are few gentlemen in the squatting coraniuiiity who have had a wider knowledge or more varied experience in this particular line than Mr. George Bruce, of Lopmbuh, , aud still fewer who have turned their* expe rience and knowledge to such successful account. Judicious selection, careful crossing, combined with good management, have liitftlt , up a flock at Loombah, which it is 'quite a' ' privilege and pleasure lo inspect. Though of a vigorous constitution, the true character and type of the pure merino has been strictly adhered to, and the results when thjjfl' class of sheep come on the board at ahearing time are at once apparent. The -writer on his call at Loombah last week was lucky enough to find Mr. Bruce at the shed busy with his stud flock. A opecial stud ram, 3 years olil, selected for next season, cut a 291b' fleece, while Mr. Bruce's special champion of last season, cut 24^1 bs of bright clean wool. The previous fleece from this rum (w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

Hey! Hey I Hey I EVERYpNE SAY? THAT THE . Be;St Fruit, ;! Best Bread, and Best Confectionery Is obtained at ' ' , R. THOMSON'S ' 'SHOP IN B ANK-STJtEET, MOLONG . If you have not yet paid him a visit, do not fail to do bo, because no place this side of Orange — and ? even there— dan supply you with better things, both ad regards QUALiTr and pebshnkhj— in the above ? ? . . . lines than J?vTHOMSpN, j FRUITERER, BAKEB, AND CONFECTION ER ^BANK STREET MOLONG. BEGS' td: inform the Residents of Molong^and Surrounding Districts that lie has started busi I ness, as ;...,.. .,.--....?... ? .'-.,' Bakor and Oonfectioner I '? ^T'LATJER'^NKW BUILDINGS, I And hopes by civility and strict attention to Busi | \ ' ness to gain a fair share of patronage. I HOT PIES~AND COFFEE. I t^ jREFREaHMENTS AT ALL HOURS. I '— Of every description Fresh every, day. — I BIHS A3L-; 3d. PER LOAF. I NEVILLE BROS. B /fli^CJ to thank the inhabitant* of Molong for 9 J3 their past patyrotmgo, and desire to inform 9 them t...

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The Land Question. [Newspaper Article] — Molong Express and Western District Advertiser — 30 September 1893

^ ; The Land Question. To the Editor: Sir, — It is generally under y stood that the Government will not make an effort to deal with the land question during the coming session, unless Parliament evinces a desire to co-operate with them. v But members will be too busy making election sneeches to have much time for matters not ,.: of Individual importance to themselves, and if anything is to be done it will be only by those whose welfare is at stake taking united action. We have at .the .present moment .one class of politicians complaining that the ?whole burden of taxation be placed upon the land. Ijhe land is, in fapt, bying made the helpless shuttlecock of political faddists, who .-have no political knowledge of the essentials w(o£ agricultural or pastoral development and success. ;. What is the good of anyone beoom . ving a selector if he is to be heavily taxed £ while those who are not connected with the ,. land escape 'soot' free? If such a doctrine were to be preached in Canada...

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