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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 22 December 1869

NEW ZEALAKD GOVERNMENT TREASUEY BILL& Messrs. Lnmon snd Cape, as Brokers to the NEW ZEALAND GOVKEKMkNT, are instrncted (o inviie TENDEB8 for the -?hole, or any porlion, of ONE HUNDBED AND tlFTY THOUSAND POTJND9 TKEA6UBY BILLS, iesaed under the Aot of the Legislature of New Zealand, entitled the Treasury Bills Act, 1869, No, 2, These Bills are for ONE HUNDBED POUNDS each, bearing interest from 1st j8rjuarj,1870,atrat» of fourpence per otnt. per day (EQUAL TO £6 le. 8d PEB OENT PER ANNUM), payable by coupons half-yearly, on the let July and 1st January in each year. The principal will be payable on tbe 1st November, 1674. The interest and piinoipal will be payable at the OBIENTAL BANKING CORPOBATION IN SVDNtY, but applicants may have the place of pay- ment changed to MELBOURNE, if euoh wieh be ex preSBed in their tender;. The bills are payable to bearer, and transferable by delivery. Sealed tenders in the form annexed, and endorsed Tender forDebeniurts, will be received ct the...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

T D9T OF MB. CAMPBELL'S LIVERPOOL I J COMMITTEE. W. B. W, Bligh, Scq. A. Eeoriok, Bsq Mr, Alderman Woods W,F. Baofcanin, Esq. A, Wilson Henry Millar Jobu Wheeler Janus Mann John M'Hoirb. Gilbert M'Hugh Henry Mandsn Thomas Hand**. John O'Oonnell Williun Braithwai'.e J. S.Donnan Patrick Gtogsn Fjorinda Sang Biohard Campion. John M-Garry Jamee Pull»n Samuel Ohampion F. Making T. Benson Janus Ahe;n Thomas Marsden, sen. Charles Hareden Hugh Murphy Jamea Murphy P. Byan W. Pareow William Stobba Ohaf les MarkhsjQ Charles Bobwta Biohsrd Dojla James Doyle Thomas Haincs P. Hakes Thomas Soaife V. Joseph Johs. Kemister William Kemistar T. Braithwaite E, Braithwaite, senior J. Ooolon M, Conlon E. Conlon T: Conlon Thomas GalliEher JohoQilliek I Jobn Bryant J Patrick Carney Jamee Murray Thomas Murray TV. M'WUliams.seB. John M'WUliams Joshua M Williams W MWUliams John Bull, senior James Boll, junior Job Ga-rard James Bore F. Farqnhar Oven Msehan P Devaney Edward Davaney Jamte Brown James Brown G T.r...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Vindictiveness of Hate. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

Tbe Vindictivaness of Hate The following is the sequel of the «toryef the murder at Blanket Flat, Dayiesford, Victoria, reported in cur issue of yesterday:' The inquest on the body of Thomss Blakey, etabbed to death on Wednesday night at Blanket Flat, ended in a verdiot of wilful murder against the wife, El«a both Blatey, Tho uabappy women endeavoured W p?reuade the pol os that ibe fatal wonnd was inflicted by deoeased on himself during a sonflle wth bar, but the evidence negatived this VBtimony. The knife, Buck as butchers use, most bave been driven home with fearful force, for tho blade, after penetraing two thick shirts, actually passed through the brewtbone into tbe heart. The surgical testimony was to the efleot that deceased would bave had barely time to utter an exclamation befo-e life was extinct The corpse, lying etretohed before Ihe fireplacj of the kitohen, with a gaping iccision in the breast two inches wide, from whioh the blood bad poured and saturated the clothing, an...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Balmain Riots. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

The Balmain Riots. At the Water Polios Court yesterday, before Messrs. Evans, Raphael, and Manning ; William, Peter, a«6 Franoia MKeown weie obarged with having ctmmilted an aggravated assault upon the pereon of Septimus Harwood. Mr. Windeyer pro-ecated, and Mr. Darley and Sir. Innee appeared in defouce. Mr. Harwood said ttat on the day ef election hs west to Dick's Hotel. Ha had sot been long in the hall of the hones before he was kno;ked down, was kicked in the ribs, and atamped on tbe faoe. Cress examined by Mr. Darley: Could not tell the exact time of going to Dick's Hotel. Had cot wouud his watch us. Had been to Mr. Lewis's, a friend of hie. The passage iu whioh he was knocked down wae au ordinary passage. Had no other occupation than going about behaving himeelf. Csuld Boaroely say what he drank on the day. Knew he drank a bottle of tonic water th«re. His memory was defective. Frequently drank hnic water without spirits. Was not very drunk. Was never drunk in hie life, Was str...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY.—DECEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

DIA.BT.— Dboembeb 2S. Ssn Poa Koos Moon High Watsr. Blsw fall Blata. 6-fe. Mora. | Bna h rs. i h.m. I kxi. I kK { e.in I h.m. 448 ! 7.10 { 1047p.m. ! 8.26am i 11.7 | 1129 Duo — Moon's Last Quarter - 26 :h 12k. 88.8aii p.m, Cfte Ctoentttg j^etug* THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1869.

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CITIZENS' PICNIC TO THE OFFICERS OF TEE FLYING SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

CmZBhS PIONIO TO TEE OFFICERS OF TEE FLYING SQUADRON. Nebritbetanding tbe inclemency of the m atber yes firday morning, which broke suffioiently boiBterou: to discourage the most joyous heart, the picnic given to Admiral Hornby and the officers of the Flying Squad rjn came off with great spirit The various steamers rtat were laid on all left the Oircslar Quay folly freighted by oitizens anxious to do the offloera of her Majesty's Flying Sanadron all the honour in thsir power. To this end some four hundred and fifty citizens, ladies inoluded, made their way to Clohtarf, The naval of&cerf, together with their colleagues of the marine, to the number of upwards of a hundred, completed a com pany that the pionio committee wera no doubt proud of. They left the Oiroular Quay at various intervals during the morning, the most zealous departing by fret steamer at about 10 o'clook. At 12 the Breadal tsne left the wharf, having on board some of ths elite of Sydney, who proceeded in this...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

The extension of oolonisation on tho Northern ooast of Australia, and the interest that has been frequently expressed of late with respect to exploration .and disoovery in New Guinea, nan up n b ta rflnfiive with a cordial welcome some particulars with reference to the islands of the Malay Arohipelago, as famished by Mr. Aueed Busskl Wallaob ^ in a publioation whioh is notioed by the papers reoeived last mail. Near as we are to these islands, and intimately as they may be connected with Australian interests hereafter, we have hitherto known but little respecting them, and therefore the iaformation oommunioated by Mr. Wallace will be reoeiyed with interest. It is remarked with referenoe to the Malayan Arahipelago that most Englishmen have habitually under valued its estent and importance, owing chiefly to the insignificant space allotted to it in our maps. Thus, many are under the impression that this vast group of islands is leas important in extent than tbat of the JEgean Sea; but ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

? TO THE ELECTORS OF OENTBAL CUMBERLAND. Gknileken,— At the request of a large number of influential Electors, I beg to declare xnycelf a Candidate for yorsx suffrages. ' On my recent defeat for West Sydney, I bad resolved to contest no other electorate; but my friends are anxious that I should be again in Parliament, and I defer t-* the expression of thoir desire, and aooept your invitation. I shall visit everj? part of the eleotorftte and give 70a abundant opportunitiee of ascertaining ray views. IaK,UeDtlemen, Yours faithfully, WILLIAM. B0BKRTC4MPBELL. : Campbell's Wharf, 16th Deoember, 1869. TVfB. JONES'S OABRAMATTA COMMITTEE. Junes Aherne Pariek Barrett Edward Barrett John Broham John Bryant Thomas -Gary George Gary Thady Oonlon Timothy Oonlon John Cordon, jaw. James Kennedy' William Ssngfield Enooh Lscy John M'Oabe Patrick M'Cabs Michael Melvoy James Marney Peter Mears Bruce Millar Alexander Hunro Patick Bosnian John Ecanlan 'John Sowsll Edward Sewell John Shurpe ThomaB Sharpe...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGES. WINDSOR, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

TELEGRAPHIC! MESSAGES. m ?? WINDSOB. Wednaidsv niirht. The followiog was the slate of the poll at its dote to«day:— Windsor. Biohraond. Dight .. .. 189 .. 103 Walker .. . .. 168 .. 76 242 .. 234 Majority for Dight, 8. At the last general election, Mr. Walker had also a majority ef 8 votes.— Empire.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Proceedings—This Day. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., and Messrs. Love, Thompson, and Lerey. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

Police Proceedinge-This Day. (Before -GapUin Soott, P,M , *na Messrs. Love, Tfiomp- son, and Lew, . .- Nine persons were fined, with the alternative of going to gaol, for being found (rank. Anne Kennedy was sent tojtiol for -three months fer being an idle and disorder!} oharaoisr, and having neither lawful visible means of support or fixed place of abode- : . ? ? . Jonn Buiiivan was cnargeo, w»n stealing £Z, Lbe property of Sarah Wilkinson; From the .evidence it appeared that the prisoner ,was in the 'bar. of iuu Criterion Hotel, Kinjretrejt, .about ^ialf-jiastjl o'eloot on the mornug:: of ; the ',16th instict He was theW ^rinkinf!' wijtli'.the billiard-marker. Mrs.' TrVilkirjson, .the ..landJaSj, took £2 in silver in a oandleetok on the counter, '£She billiard marker, Skipper, wait to the dqo'r, leaving prisoner standing near the counter where the oandit stiok was, and when he,retar»a he missed the money. When Skipper was standing at the door the prisons! went out past him withbnt ...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

THE NEW PA&LIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. JfttctortUet, Name* of Member: Newcastle ? f& A. Lloyd East Sydney ? H. Parkes ? Sir James Martin ., ? j) Buobanan ? tG. King Paddiagton ? *Hon, J. Sutherland Clarence ? *T Bawden West Sydney ? J. Wearae ? *Hon. J. Robertson ? W. 0. Windever ? tW. Speer Northumberland ? *Di. Brookes Marrumbidgee ? *W. Macleay Newtonn ? *3. 0, Brown Glebe ? fGr.W. Allen Argyle ? *E. Butler Groulburn ? *M. Alexander The Nepean ? J. T. Ryan Kiama ? H. ParkeB lllawarra ? *J. Oeborne Wollombi ? *J. Eckfo -d Oamden ? +A. Onelow ? ?.?. Morrice Bhealhaven ? ?l.Garrett Eden ? H. Clarke Braidwood ? »M. W, Keliy Orange ? *Hon. S.Samuel Balranald ? »J. J. Phalpe The Hunter ? »J. Dillon ~\Xrnat M'tuvmavio IT TXTaKK Patterson ? fW. M. Arnold East Maitland ? *Alex.Dodds The Upper Hunter ? *A. BeU Mudgee ? fM. H. Stephen Panamatta ? James Byrnes ? J. S. Farnell Morpeth ? James Campbell Natellan ? f Joseph Leary Lower Hunter ? B, Wisdom Oarooar ? »B. Driver The Ha...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency Court.—This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

Insolvency Court — This Day. . BUBBE5DEBS. : Phillip Rods, of Sydney, master mariner. Ousts of insolvencj : SickneeB in family, want of employment, and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £187, Assets, £40. Deficiency, £147. Official assignee, Mr. F, T. Hmnphery. Samuel Simmons, of Sydney, dealer. Gauss. of insolvency : Pressure of a judgment oreditor. Liabili ties, £67 16s. 51. Assets, £2 Dtfiaeney, £55 16s, 5i. Omeialassigaes, Mr.B. H. SempiU. Joseph Miller, of No 8 osntraot Great Westers Bail way, railway excavator. , Causes of insolvency: Losses in employment and tiokness in family. Liabili ties, £76 Os, 101. Assets, £17 18s. Deficiency, £58 2s, 101. Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphery. Patrick MahBr, of 97, Olareuoe fltre.t, 8ydney,- car- penter. CinBes of insolvency: 111 health, partial blindness, and want of employment. - Liabilities, £18 63. 2d. Aceets, £i 83. Defisienoy, £8 18s. 2d, Offioial assignee, Mr. J, P. Mackenzie. ? ' ' '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping. ARRIVALS —December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

gripping. | 'ABBIYALS — Dwember 22. Platypus, efoamtr, 164 tons, Creer, from Grafton SOth instant, via Newcastle December 28. City of Melbourne, (e),615 tons, Paddle, from Mel bourne. Parengers — Mr. and Mrs. G. Hen derson and family, lire. Jackson, Mrs. Add ley, Mrs. G. Steak, Mrs. Ferrier, Mrs. Mfller, Miss Marks, Mis. Mansfleld, Dr. 0. John ?od, Eevfl. 0. King, E K Ewing, J. Kelly F. Walsh, W. Lyons, J. Glayes, W. Malony, Meesrs. T. B. Glider. G. Thompson, D. Forbes, a Elliott, W. Nor nan, a Massey, G. Mills, G Kingston, E. XT. Kerb;, 'W. Ooker, 0. Seul. J. Soot', W. Oamamile, J. Aiton, W. B gen, G-. Hsrley. Master Oowper, Masters Lear month (S), Master M'Eeohnsy, Masters Swing (2), and SO in the storage. For Auckland— Mr. and Mrs. Horbrav, Mr. and Mrs E. Lasoellea and family, Miss Jf orris, 'Messrs. 6. Stovin, 0. Borden, M. Nicholson, L. Itoses, a Lsyton, Mester B. Shaw, and 20 in the Steerage. A.8.N. Co., agents. DEPARTURE.— December 22. Oenfidesoe, ship, for London. BOYAL MAIL...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

PABEAMTTA AND BIVEB STEAMEB6, At about Half the Railway Bates. F»mKing-etreet-7,S, 11,1, 8,5. Jrom Pamuaatu- 6.50, 7 SO 9, 1 1, 1, S, 5. (telling at Hunter's Hill, Gladesvile, Nee Point Eyde, Newington, Ermington, Subiaoo. Ghildrea— Saloon return, 6d only. ^H3jL 'OT B. H. R N. 0 0 3Bb STDHKY TO THI HUNTEB. TO-MOBROW, FEIDAT NIGHT, at 11, tbi MOEPETH, NEWCASTLE TO 8TDNEY. TO-MOEEOW, FRIDAY NIGHT, at 7, the iOITl OF NEWCASTLE. I. J.TH0HA.3, Manage!, O&oes, fost eljMarkst-stoMt. P^i^-.X 8THAM NAVIGATION 00*. ~rTi WMTm p A1fyfl BTHAM8HIPB— TO HUNTER RIVER. OOLLABOT, ToNigbt, Thursday, at 11. TO MELBOURNE. BANGATABIA Tuesday Afternoon, at ISO. TO AUCKLAND. OUT OF MELBOURNE, To-monow Afternoon, Friday, it 5, Taking Passengers and Cargo foi all ths Ports Id the Northern Island. TO BBISBANE. CITY OF BBISBANE, on or about Tuesday, at S p.m. TO MABYBOBOUGH. BLAOK BWA«. 48 hours after arrival, TQ E00KHAMPTON. E'JHONT.To-Morroir Afternoon, Friday, at 5, FBJGDK. H. TROUTON, AUnagu. A.B,N...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

Sutds'i Ovfios Oaiskdab.— By far the most artist tical specimen of art workmanship that has at present been issued for the coming jesr is John Sands's Office Calendar The calendar is neatly printed, and is enclosed within a, very handsome scroll ornament, appropriately enriched by ordinary inks, and oolourei in onmson, blue/green, aad geld, which is in tun relieved by a beautiful floriated design coloured in the same style. The initial letters and head lines are ?laborately worked, and are of a highly unique and ornate design, As a whole the calendar is one of the moat elegant souvenirs of the season that oeuld be pur chased, and, to speak plainly, is equally adapted to the drawing-room as the coasting house. Panto* of Walks Opiea Honeg,— This evening, a complimentary benefit to Mr. Hoskim is to be «i««n at this Theatre, and if ever a dramatic artist had claims upon an Australian andienoe for support ana ?noouragement, it is the gentleman who now appeals to them. To, say nothing of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

Commercial V Thursday, 4 p.m. : The pnoe of both flour ana wheat has given way, and although the quotations for beet Adelaide remain - aominally as given last week, large or small quantities \ «U be had at aay reasonable redaction upon those' tatM, New wheat is now coming in, and haB been j Tated at 4s to 6a per traihel. Conntiy and Oalifornian ' iosr at from £10 to £11 per ton. Maize is firm, and large chipping orders krep up the prioes at from Ss 6d to Ss 8d per bushel. Oape barley continues at 2s to Si 69 ; English barley, 2s 9d to Ss ; bran, 16d. Hunter Bivw hay is in good supply, the quotations being 80s to BTs 6dfor lueerae, 40s to 60s for oaten, straw 80a to 40s per ton. farm produce is now ooming into town in large quantities for Christmas, both ooastwise and by the nil. It was quite a treat to see the splendid supplies of poultry fruit, fhwers,' tea,, that have beta displayed all day to day at the terminus, prodigious quantities being landed upon the arrival of every train....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Supreme Court.—This Day. LAST DAY OT FOURTH TERM, 1869. SITTING IN BANCO. (Before their Honors Mr. Justice Hagrave, Mr. Justice Cheeke, and Mr. Justice Faucett.) ADMISSION OF ATTORNEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

Supreme Court— This Day. Last Day ot Focbth Tbbk, 1869. Emmas nr Ba*oo, (Before their Honors Mr. Justice Hargrove, Mr, Justice Oheeke. and Mr. Juafioo Fauoett) ADMISSION OF AIT0BHEY8. The following gentlcnen were duly admitted as attorneys, solicitors, and preotors ef the Supreme Court: — Upon the motion 0! Ihe Solioitor-General Mr. Charles John Augu-tue, recently under articles of derkehip to Mr. Thurlow, of Syanoy. Upon the motion of Mr. Butler — Mr- Franpin WnnAwnrH. from the office of Mr. 0. H. Waleh, of Gonlburn. Upon the metion of Mr. Davis — Mr. John Patterson, lately nftioled to Mr. W. Brigg«, of West Maitland. The ncwlv admitbd attorneys have all passed according to the rules of Court in that behalf provided, Mr. Frederick Wood Beed— a gentleman whoss period of conditional admission bad expired— was, upon the motion of the Solicitor-General, absolutely admitted. The Bolioitor-General moved the re admission of Mr, Samuel Sandilands Bogers, who w&sstiugk off the roll ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

OENTBAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. Mr, OT. B Campbell addressed two very large meet ings of the eleotors last night— one at Mr. Fitzsimons's Hotel, Blaoktown. Mr. Carroll was voted to the ohair, and introduced Mr, Campbell, who explained at length his views upon the various topics of tho day, more especially dwelling upon tne necessity 01 ineir oeing represented by one who would take an interest ia having their roads pnt in repair ; and whatever moneys were voted by Parliament he would, if returned, see they were expended upon the reads they were voted for, The Education Bill he would not oonsent to have altered in any way at present, as he thought it should be allowed to. have every fait and legitimate trial As regards the eight htur movement he would vote for a similar bill to the one passed by the Legislative Assembly of Viotoria. Tho oandidate ooncluded his address amid the cheers of those present, when the usual vote of confidence was oarrird with aoolamation, and a strong committee ...

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ROCKHAMPTON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

B.O0KHAMPTON. Wednesday. Arohibald was hurjg this morning. He expressed deep penitence, but said nothing about Hallfgao. He was full of canfldenoe and hope, bat showed no bravado. When ascending the scaffold he said, ' I am climbing to Heavec' When the cap was drawn over his face he entreated the sp. jtatsrs to pray to the Lord to have mercy on his poor soul, to whioh there was a unanimous response. Death was instantaneous. —Herald.

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WELLINGTON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 23 December 1869

WELLINGTON. Wednesday. The nomination for this electorate took plaoe to day, Mr. Gerald Spring was nominated by Mr. 0. Meor, seconded by Mr. R, T. B. Faddea; Mr. Charles Blake field nominated by Mr. J. Smith, seoonded by Mr. W. jxruanna; ur. noes nominaiea by 1). Ferguson, seconded by bimeolt The show of hands was declared to be in favour of Mr. Spring. Considerable exoito ment prevailed, but all passed off peaceably, A numerously attended publio meet.ng was held in the Court-house this evening, for the purpose of pro testing BgainBt the contemplated removal of the Polios Magistrate, Mr. H'. M. Eeightly. A memorial to the Colonial Sssretary was drawn up and numerously eigned. — Herald,

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