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GERMAN EMPIRE v. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874

GECRMAN E I?.JPIIHE v-. CATlrOLIC CI UROlf. ..- IU:CI A LAOnai and imiporlant ineeting (If Roman Calltlollics wasll in Si. Jtl.Tms es' ]Tualu, 'T1tlm ll, on (fit lebrllnaryl last., nt wltichl all the Iom01nn Catholic 'lnobiliy from nuongst the two m1il lions of Catholics in Englalnl., Scotland, and Wales were - prjschit. 'J'The hhIll, though able to accumlbalate six thousand por sons, couIIII lt llol nil who caine. T'o. lmakle provisiolnl for the c(2o0oul' e ol (leol,h'1, :1 adjiining rom nIld 11 nIeighbourling l 1hurch were filled; :nlld :a surplus of two thoulsarndl peoplell remlniilng mllarchlled to T'1l'rafalga Square, and hehl, by torchl liglt., a fourthi moeeting, simnlhneous to mlcctinbgs inl eachl of the-places lenltibned. 'Fho olject of tlhel meetilngs was to express symllathly with the vict.imn of the persecuting laws of Prince .Bismarkl, and tlheir dteslttaioll of the Ilaws themselves, and as a reply to anti-Cltholie Imeetinllgs, held on 271h Janunary prevills, in the St....

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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BURWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874

BIUI JlVOI4,P THEitE is .little of interest to chronicle thli: weeko. Everything is quiet in the neighbour hood. The weather hlne been very bal, so much so, that it is scarcely possible to show of doors. Onl Thursday evening last the usual meet ing of the Improvement Society took place, when the " Mlanuscript " was road, with two mnasterly essnys on atmospheric nia, by Moessrs. Dixon and Miller. Th'lere was a good nat tendance of members. It was proplosed, sc cohded, and carnic " Tha'lnt the members ini vite their friends or ncqunaiufln ces to attend the lectures or debates, as many non liaembers had expressed a -wish to come and see wh?l was going on. Theioc were soine very creditable' drawings also shown last time by the members of the society. It is gratifying to all concerned to see so mnch int'rest minaiifested in the subjects given nut frd~i timo to time by the members. Nlay tlie:sociit6y long continue thus increasing in its :uiefulness as time rolls on. April 29.

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THE DISAPPEARANCE OF JOHN ACKLAND. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874

? H'IE' DISAPPEARANCE p,, 7. . , OF JOHZN AczOKLAN. . SitPr? nER Iil. ' w'T ::as- ino~t yet' dark' whei 'Cartwright re turned alone to Glenoak. Ho found Judge triffin, assisted by the betting young gentle ian, :working, his way through- a .botle of lirandy and a box' of cigars in the arbor. ,i Well, Cartwright,", said thel. judge, " I uppose your" friend'r off, cli ?" " Yes, poor :ld Ackland I Good fellow as ever lived. I hall quite miss him. " Very amiable man," 'aid thejidge. '" Bet you a.pony, Cartwrighlit," "aid the betting. young gentlemen; " What in ? Here, you blockhead, bring another bottle -f brandy; ice, and soda water. And look live do youi hear ? 'Gad sir, I've swallowcdn .slisel of d dst, and am as dry as mud in a rick-kiin. " " Bet you" resumed the bot Sihg young gentleman, " that the Ypnkee dn't reach the coach to night. Bet you, nylhow, heo'llH come, to grief." " 'What do ou mean ?" said'Crtrwilght sharply. " Woell, ,' responded, that promising youth, ":I 'ckon you s...

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874

ITVARATAIE. Tuili coljndilctdl veL ivu eil'her' ias putL a stop to all kllds of busialnss, aiad ildeu gr?iaL *lavo: on1 lthi'O Ilev IelIade' si|l'Utr,. This mllorlliln0, I am hlappy tostate liidl us Jlole that the ]olong lViSlhed-for chanlge has come, it being boenutiful and flne. Our blutcher, Ilr. i'l.'~lichlt:cl, ?tl, a tarteir yesterday, in litle silup of l ile fIi t cow, whvliclh, like a cc'lartn1i ldy's dicks, did not see tlhe -tility of colaing to be killed comifort ably, but detcrmuinedto give buoth her o\wner "and his eiiploycos as niualh trouble as she conl, leanding them si lineC tfine of it, a:bouI .the mile Ipaddtoclk, chargiig "'any of thlemi who had the courage to approloch too neat to lher. After three unsuccessful attclempts with n good rifle, Mr. RtUl'liichacl had Iis turn, and at a distance of 300 yards, Ipl:atlcedl a bullllet through lhear hIeart, whlich llcctually stopped Brindle,s careeor. 'lThe Ion. Hlcnry P.arkes must have made another of Lthose mistakes thli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874

, Iclidi?.T., ,wsT 1.,'AIL.LU. 1 -J M O0OIL E V.rT·]liJfl*ljY S-UiCEON, Adlcl;heerO , Bro.e, arul G-neruci.l C'o:tvi:;,;on Ag/,nt. A]uct.no andw O:kton I Iyr, MltLize, .U1r:a, ro!lhd.l 'obnaco, ]ran, t111 nlU" duturi]Itiuznd of Colonial t'orduce alwv-- on hand. Irg.ulmlr S:uies overy S'tnrday of flror?e:, 1)raya, jprihng CarLs, :uggices, and (Ger:aO"l 1.1lerChIaldise. C.:(Ji advanced on goods for, sale, if requnirtd. 197 The Poor MVan's Friend. W IL LI AMil TAY L 0 R, T.AILOI AN' D OUTFI.TTER. NE II.LSUN--.'l:l;iT, 11?,L.END 1, h'E(:S it rluIln lin sincere ''i-IA NKS fr i heir ' i r'ou age thn I i st, twelvc month ", wvh clIh he hopls hio sill ncuthi'1.in. All kinds o1f \\'Iet A Egltuind T'Iweoeds uand Io'ny Dousmiis kept uih mand. All goodstl well iuimdk, zind n good-fit ghuarant·llu. OdeLrs trnsted to bin cure will ble quickly executed. 15:1 West End! Establishment, Newcastlo. J W E S T' A WV A Y • . TAILOll, &c IluTm.rn-sTni'is.T, Opposite 3Irs. 'liclinbotlha'm' s Tt;ermn...

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A CHAPTER OF FRENCH HORRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 2 May 1874

A. OH-IAPTER OF FRENCH I-IO0IROP.S. TnE district of Linhuoos, some eight' leagues distant from Paris, lhas been the scene of the most' extraordinary series of cold-blooded criinos. The first murder took place, as we said, on the 24th of Septiember. The victims were a 'woodianger and his wife in the service of the Marquis de Ia Fcrte, and living iii a cottage in immediate. communication with the homestead of the chateau. The only path to their dwelling is .-aid to have led through the homestead ; aud it seeons odd that, although nothing had been .-econ of the couple for three days, it was only ftder that time liihad elapsed that any one troubled himself to go anl look after them. When search was made at last, a double murder was found to have bhee per petrated. The bodies lhad been dccapitated with the expertnoss of a practical hand, and both were shockingly mutilated. All the drawers and ciploards had beeun ransacked, and a quantity of burned papors lying in the grate showed, how de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

TO MBSIsenr. nOW AND CO. I hereby certify that I have been using the Austral la" Ointment for many years, and have distributed portions of the same at India, Ceylon, China, Lon don, antd Liverpool, and assert most implioity that waererer I went its effects were astounding; that the parties to whom I distributed it eagerly seek fo more when I return to these.countries - I am now taking alarge parcel with me to. England, and I have no doubt when it is once known there, the demand for it will be immense.-F. U?LVasT, Comn mander Ellen Stuart.--Advt. A metaphysical wag wants to know why Sunday, which is the strongetlday-all the others being con foaendly week drys-Is the only one that is over Ibroken. LATE ADVERTISEMEPNT"S. Tenders IWanted Imnicdiiimi . TrlENDEILS are invitol for t . BUILDING OF AN OFFI&- ,A0 f1 long and 30 feet wide, with two smi 'o x ill front, Informationcan be obtained hb,)plying at onco to the office of thia paper. S pology. . I WILL ! DUNNON,b I'UP' LOGTSIT ...

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A DARING CASE OF STICKING-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

A DARING CASE OF STICKING-UP. (From , Ni . Ir. ratlI) TIE residents of 'amworthl were -rantler sr prised to hIcur on the arrival of the nmail coaclh fromn Warialda, which reached tirh town ion Sunday miorning at 11, that two armed bushrangers had stopped the coach, an(d rifl.ad the IIIssenI'ers' pockets. Tee particulnrs. of this narefihed explolit, gleaned from the statements of the sufferers, are as follows : Messrs. Bowden and WVilkinson are the mail contractors on tile line. Their coach, driven by Mr. Wilkinson, reached Barraba, 70 miles friom Warialda and (0 from Tall.. worth, at half-past 6 on Saturday eveninbg, the und instanit, and started frotm there. about that time witli the following, passen geors :-Mr. A. Adams, of Gilneroi, and Mr. Davis, of BUrraba, on tlhe box; an invalid on way to hospital in the'boot; two young ladies, the . Misses Munro, and Messrs. !ridgei*, Munro, and lHunevtree inside. in ull eiglt passengers and the driver. The coachlproceeded on its way for ab...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Somo dissatisfact;ion has been expressed at the reduction of tlhe nlnumber of nlnl to be employed " at the .Vallaroo mine, but the superinteridant having promised to employ men as needed, the mnicrs have agreed ,,tO tile terms, nil tile union will support those who are unemployed. According, to the telegrams, the Sandy reek alluivial diggings are improving. The men obtained 31 onuces one week. Nuggets 11 ounces in weight have been found. A shock of an earthquake was felt at Clare on Saturday April 18th. Poodle, Sunlbean, Lysander, Lapidist, Mon tor, Ace of Trumps, and )auphin, from Vic toria, are entered for the Adelaide Cup. The last three named are the favourites. Thie mniuer picnic has been abandoned, for fear that the demonstration be construed into a victory against the directors. Twelve hundred miners h~-re joined the union which wnas formed or Monday April 20th.. Tile suni of £1000 hals been contri buted by the miners of WVallaroo to the fund. The' liining nr...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

NEW ZEALAND. The Now Zealand Submarine Gold-mining Company lias been wound up. Tihe gold sent from Otago to Melbourne realised is. (ld. per ounce more than could be obtained here. The Government intends to grant a loan of X50,00"0 at (i per cent., to the Thames conm panies, to enable them to test the deep levels of that gold field. The Dunedin City Council is about raising the salarits of all its oflicers. The Wellington Hutt railway is completed, and has been handed over to the Government. The Agent-General despatched, during the month of March, vessels -with 8420 emigrants to New Zealand. It is stated that Sliliivan, the Nelson maur derer, has left in a ship directfor England. There has been a great flood at Greymouth. The whole town nas Inundated. It was the highest yet known in+ Greymouth. ?S everal houses were swept out to seo. Th irrucuaeu 'Lolkater' arrived from Hong Kong with'Ll0O chinramnl on board, who were very nmutinous duriulg the voyage out. 'Xhiey tried several times ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

VICTORIA.. Thlie Australusian says there is very lit:le to report in the matter of mining progress. At 3allarat the Parade Company yielded about 15dwt. to the ton. The B]lack H1ill tributers obtained 90 ozs. in a very few hours on Saturday, April 25th, besides sending a lot, of stone to the battery. The Ballart East mines are progressing steadily. The New North Clumes company obtained 345 ov.s last week. A now "reef has been struck in the mine of the New Chumn and Victoria 'Tribute, at Sandhurst, showing, good gohl at a depth of 750 feet. A largo nlumber of racehorses', are in the market, nt [elbourne, for.salo, among them -Hamlet, Jav'liu, King of Clubs, Atalanta, Lapdog, Modntaiieer, and Romeo: According to 1.fr. Iiiggiubotham,: of Mol-. bourne. £8,000,000 was disbursed in England and TVales as. moor law. relief. Thepopula-. tion in 1571 was .22,704,701; but -in the year 1818, wlhln the population was no more than 11,524,319, the amount so expended was as great as it was in 1873; ...

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The Coal Question in France. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

al~yqqr1111 :ýlrPh "t ), tt ,91?,tf{11.1IsJW.Ico ltns. t o a ultle~c ,1fjho.1 Erunch~t.Coziaxlisaioiiticff 't~i quiry.,:pth .sog·~vI.L ttotlconlIrrby ' JtI,'triC15' r I ttsnniil~ti'briof'tibsf~~~ r;f'atf 6 thhl:~4 *j1o to f t~jW ri pO')3J,1 j IQ,. p~q fp{1b Or ta;.tJ re cicip of liI .jrbwsnn oI.., I3ttohoLnruodco m nt of. Iliitcouaonm llivatti6i ij; 1'llntrat tbt,ýýth BpcL4al oi rcclmstr i' o e 'othiiin'of 'Irca critv iol-rtlh oba t pi~gluctjdni. 11 rnt priup 01" ~on1 Jnyc nqc9 cisy. tiiroctcd'iubhlic ttoii..j tio1p proWnliently.to.1 the subiject, ono rdsult uinltg.i Elranc. that-tl -lNjntional Asset i, conqisj er er ,t,.apptinta ,aounis ?JUaýk it ?.iry,..?,nl~restiigate -tlh;'causes tof jtlieljibaolrisisý:irnid to seo, whlat iromndies iwtre l'v'-beIh Fi'it coat?,1it? tiry, i'i id stgcea'sry, qsj 1, 5o thrplwva retir-spective. eve IutIodenalioeipast idgoume yents elt; w'hen'the 'estiiettulitai t1imrhridliutitin of f4 18 bdgi i to imli it3 ';ligd l od aInst, conillusicvly pnuJI9- at4...

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

TO OUUR SU 5RIElRS. Sub. ribi i " e their copies will oblige usby l ication at the ofHfcc, or itd ariy of our' Agen liose na0mes are notified oiln page 4. LAND V OniV JJtIB ERLAND RECORDER. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1874.

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LATEST GENERAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

LATEST CENERAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. THaE case of Phillpotts v. The Lord Bishop of Newcastle, for slander, at Maitland, caused great excitement. A verdict was given for the plaintiffs, damages 40s. A large public meeting was held at Wind •or last week, for the' purpose of having a market erected for the sale of produce, and t' form a Farmers' Association. The Cumberltnd 2Times says the meeting of the Parramatta Municipal Council, held on Monday, April 22nd, was the most unruly one they had ever witnessed. The aldermen went so far as to call each other balackgnards and nlleakl;s. A medical practitioner named Stewart Cowper was tried for perjury, at Gulgong, last week, and was discharged on the grounds of insanity, brought on by habitual drunken nless. The entrances for the coming A.J.C. two and three years old races are very large. The Champagne Stakes has 68 nominations; the Derby of 1875 has 66 colts and fillies; the St. Ledger for 1876 has 72 yearlings; the Sires' Produce Stakes,...

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Working Men as Members of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

T'Ill Ltndon Col/inc; ,Guardiadn, of February , ,(in a .ladiug. aticlC). says :--.''The o v.orkr inl?imiiners, of this, PCou lit iv:, h.a.e beon furtu antit in,iihelir, cffots .,to secuie .for, themiselu.;s. lirect repr:sciitatiul in I 'nrlitinot; ,nld rfo.: twgp pf., thir ,.,foin;nopt, eaiver:-6patoi iu .tie.. igrcat 'co1ncili4f ,,?b e .nationl... For some,time. piti theyi ]iado; tiltheir, ]ienartlson the ,attain iloit,, t o this .pbjcct,e and we liepurtily, nan1il sincerely cograntin lae thenl. on their suIciess., \ . inrc glad to p;.lup',,nhat.thec,poal and iron trades '\vii be fai'rly. ,represn ed,in ,the now, Io ons of poimuio(is ,alnmd htll' a goodly Imlli bor, qf calliery ~:ow?!Ar pand ironuiuahteCrs-will ,beo founed., a!niogg toii- .iupportprstC bo i :.oh ofmllHer Maijst3: .'sGoeC.U?ii(ent,iald of.iur aIjeS?: Lty's: Opp c iltion, whiulehcrthiLibeorl ar luay inn;i:; tai. mli.i' position, "1 the treqasury.boinclps oit. ar ocoiipp.lleld..to .\ catntp.it infaQOviurof.Ahoirl C so...

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The New Electoral Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

The New. Ellectoral Bill. IT will lhave ^lcoix seen from tlhe debates whlch Bhk?e ?1en plac"'diiring' thlie iast week on the aldove suilject, that there is every prihbabilityl of a portion 'of the elec torate of Northumberland being annexed -to that of Erit Maiatiind '. In tild first in stiance tl^ f~ner. of the.; Bill intended thlat East and West Maitland;should be conm hinied'; Ibitt'tli?odugli the benergy of the West Maitlaindreleotors:thisw-hne'been altered, and on their recommendantion.lgo East has been Sttaihed to a portioi~oqf ortlhumberland. We, have, onore than one occasion, drawn tle attentioin'~ r readers to the probability of this h6iiig"'doite,'and l'1rged''then' to take some action "'in' ttlhe atter, buit so far nothing lias beendonel:cIf,4Ahe Bill as now amendqed. bcones. laytlihe miniing1,portion .of the eo*iiinity'wh'lidoarid oiitide' of thio boundaries lit" i WaraCtahi electorate will be.isl'ated irl lnthr,,fellfows and annexed to., ap lectorate,yvwo?. inter.ests a...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

(To the Editor of the iaers' Advoocate. ) SiR,-For.my, own part, and also on behalf of the bhousar4d oldcmi.ers of the district, I bq to offer sincere thanks to the friendly masters for the bless. ings they have confirr upon hss Thinking of what we have suffer th th irreg?lrity of trade, and t ma er in w a Impos n each other with ox dow ahe ould come in, I'fe as a tjuo whea health w cri ce fo r _r ubs, ijc. The day that on asters united, th hey might save themselves, when oeal-selling. was nowledged to he the rights of one 's wellas ano and when market value, of the same had some sideration; that was the first day .oal purchasers had confl decno in our supplies, And, abovo all, we will never forget that here the threepence out of a shilling slidi' g scale was flouted, after , many hard oppositions; and concerning the establishing of this, our grand regulator of both shippiug and money sources, it was solely done. by the masteis, and accepted by our leaders (like children) without ev...

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THE DISAPPEARANCE OF JOHN ACKLAND. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

THIE DISABP EWRAiNOk SJOHN ' ACLA. IN the cit f ichmund Virgi? Un.ited States, in l? eet of a cei tai a'ir'iiof are . aii gambling ouse .wihch s very ill repu . As.. it ?fortunately possible for the reade f this, ei cinits' history to enter that bonse w oliut 0mg eitlhe lis character or his pnrsc;,lie is J ireby ited to do so, and to grope his way best lhe can;inp a dark and greasy staircAstill h''reii'hes the third landing, whliere in a 'inall room to whibcl " Strangers are not admitted," he will find Mr: Philip S. rtwright in close:con'versation with a Me n tleuman lately arrived in .ich aj i ertlman.is Qf such modest ra re hat.niithorgh i he ilsi -been resident abolrtl? r?Weeks.rnmth'e 'dl tal of Virginia and is gentleman of'strikmL appearance and varied accomplishiments;,he is as yet unknown' to an r . the nlhabJtapts.jof that city with the or re eniterprisig ispirits who are intervested in the fortunes of the establishment-p hi~ i'1; was honoured by.selecting aslhisstemporary:p...

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MEETING WALLSEND MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

MEETING WVALLSEND HMINERI. ON Friday evening last the monthly mneetinll of the \Vallend miners took place in. the Assembly looins.--There was a large attend ance. Mr. T. Aliwick occupied the chair. The roll was called over, and the minutes.of previous meeting were road and confirmel'ld. \rith reference to the qnestion respectling Jarvey and Adamnson lying Iack the skips they were ahead, it was stated that they had not yet coinnllenced. The Cn,?o.laNx stated that the coninittee saw the manager on Thursday respecting the vase; and they 1old him they were forty-three skips ahead, and the minors wanted him to stop their sk]ip, and lie piomisCd tlhat lie would do so. A discussion took place on the subject. sevel al considering that the two men be fined. A question was asked whether there was any rule in existance to fine a man working on a Government holiday. The CumlnArt said he knoew of no rule to this effect, and that was the reason the corn mittee se"lt the motion to the meeting reco...

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(To the Editor of the Miners' Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 6 May 1874

-. (To Ethe Editor "of the li? ner?' Advocate-) DEJnR Sr.,--Can you or iny' if four ?iumcrous readers inform?mno what we ar'~to lunderstand by that part' of"the C6al Fields Bill which 'sys " the lessees shall expend at the rate of five'pounds per acro on his lnasu.;' I wish' to know if sinking pits and working' plant, for which' the Government derives no advantage, is implied in those improve monts. If not, what is the imprdvements raquired ibythat portion of the Act page 71 ? Another thing I would call your attention to. I think you might publish' with advantago. to many of your readera who have a small property if you were to insert for a few 'weeks a form of a will which I have seen some times published in some of our almanacs, it might save some of your readers the eoxpense 'of a lawyer.Za bill. . I aIit, dear sair, 'A Cb0STANT READER. May 5th, 1874. ,,

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