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GENERAL NEWS. ALARMING ACCIDENT.—FALL OF A HOUSE IN GEORGE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 February 1869

GENERAL'NEWS. 1 ?' ALARMING ' ACCIDENT. -FALL ? OF A HOUSE IN GEOKG13 STREET. .;:'A few-minutes" Before-12 o'clock1 yesterday (Monday),-tho front and a large portion of the lirst-iloorof Mr. Richard Thame's grocery shop, 'in George-street, opposite the Markets; snddeuiy fell, audi buried several pei-sons in the_niius. . .The lirst-iloor was laden with a largo supply of goods which were piled upon the sufferers.., There were in the shop.at the time-Mi'. llichard Thame, his shopmen' and employes, Whitehead,. Pepper, Greenwood, Lucas,"and Robert M'Cullum, JDi\ 'Anderson of the Siiutli Head Road, and 'Mr;' Gcorgo Moses (of Windsor) were also in the sliop on business.- The instant jtlic crash of the iloor and ceiling coming down was hoard White head awl Pepper 'made, their.escape into the street. Dr. Anderson,; Mr. Thauie, Lucas, Groenwood, and G.: Moses were buried .for soino time! Mi\; W. Love,; whose warehouse is nest'door, laid a very n:u;rb\y escape, as a falling brick just; grazed ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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WAGGA WAGGA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 February 1869

WAGGA WAGGA DISTRICT dOURT. THE following is tho list of causes to be heard at the next sittings of the;, District . Court commencing'on March 5th :- ' 1 -" ' .' ? ' 1-Hardyand Hodson V. ^ThoniaS : Burt, V "' balance of account, £19'l!)s. 2d. '' ' ' 2-John Clark v. Charles ' Cooper, ais? . .honored order .£11 12s. 2d: J, },, * /» 3-It. F. Ho'rsley "\\ : Jolui ' A.' Davies, promissory note and interosti'£lG10s: Gd. 4-John Pratt v. Catherine- Dacoy, trespass . on liinds, £30., 5-Henry Williams v.: John'- O'Donnell, £14 Cs. Id. ' 6-Lawrence Herminge and Daniel Smith v. S. E. Brown, breach of ; agreomentj £150. ; 7-F. J. Savago v. ) Hector, Gillis, r goods, £7 7s. 3d. ; . ?; . , 8-Same v. H. M. Davis, dishonored order, £f,n 7S. Jy-.v; 0-Same v. - Delaruc, goods, £2 5s. Cd. 10-Same .v.'John James, do.,: £11 13s". 7d. 11-r-Same v. 'MvM; Gillis, do.,- £23 9s; Cd.' . 12-Same ; v.1 Andy. McLaughlin, do., £4 Is. Gd. > , : 13-Same v. Joshua King, do., £42 9s. Cd. 14-Samo : v. James Weir, . ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 February 1869

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. : ' ^ P- r~ ' J THE PRIZE B3SAY.'-^l!i conctirroiico with sovoral retreats' from ?various parts of tho colonics, wo liavo postponed the dut'ojor tho final reception of osanys until the 20tli of *May noxt. Tho» large . nutnbgr ofc-essays?. ^already recoiveil! is gratifying ovidouco ot tho. interest whicll tho proposed competitiori lias excited. ; Tho contest, 'if we may judgo from tho number of tho competitors, seems likely to bo a close 0110., ?' - THE . ILLNESS--OP I MR. FORSYTH.-Mr.? Forsyth's health,,we are glad to, report, still continues to improve. lie is lnuch'stronger, and with a littlo assistance is now. able to, move about./ v.????">. > DISCOVERY or GOLD NEAR NARANDERA. Wo hear, that a very tail' sample of .gold was brought into Narandera the other day-by.a p.irty of men who. have been prospecting for somo time in tho neighbourhood. Tho locality is at present a secret, - but the now " diggings" are said to bo alluvial, easy of aecesj," and' the pr...

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SYDNEY GOSSIP. Wednesday, February 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 February 1869

.. .SYDNEY GOSSIP. "Wcdnea lay. February 2-ltli. ;. At last the dream of Driver is realised, Her Britanic Majesty*, who takes in.. the Morning Herald regularly for the express purpose ,_o'f reading the reports,^ : tho As sembly -and.-being well-posted up in the proceedings of tlie Australian-Patriotic Asso ciation,V has Vdetermined-; upon ."rewarding Virtue after Virtue's own heart-iVe. by giv ing her a handle to her namo.- It is whispered . -let us say -at the - Detective' .office, and in the neighbourhood of South Creole-that the extension'of the chivalric dignity of Knight hood to tho colonics, is really a timely conces sion to tho "spirit of tho,!:.timos".: as refleetcd in; the glowing poriods of . Young Australia's very youm; orators. .. It has been thought ibetter, i it .is-hinted, tntakc Timej or rather'-Driver, by.-;tho forelflckj . and "by making a few knights to forestall, as it were, ?the manufacture of more traitors: -However that may. bo, let us rejoice in tho new prosp...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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NARANDERA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 27 February 1869

NAHAT5TDER.A. [FROM OUR OWS CORRESPONDENT.] i' Tin: Court of Potty Sessions, held bu Thurs day ISth iiist.; was attended bya much larger number of interested individuals than for .some length of time. Henry Baylisj Esq., P.M., with T. A. Brown, Esq.,.J.P., having occupation of the Magisterial Bench,' or rather, chairs^ in the liall of the Itoyal Hotel, were busily engaged with cases until a late hour iu the day. The- following woro the cases, with results, noted. Nothing in the depositions being of a remarkable or interest ing riatUrb,. I merely forward you a copy of the charge sheet: George Weldan v. J. J. Roberts, wages. Order ior "payment of. a portion claimed,, lis. 6d., ... 'Thomis Fletcher v. ,T. J. Roberts.-No appearance of complainant. Thomas Gee v. James Flood,, Senr., wages. -Verdict for amount'claimed, £10 3s. lOd. James.-Andrcan.; v. James Flood,- Senr., waces, jvordict for amount claimed; £4 3s. 4d. ''Timothy Ryan v. ' Thomas -Giddcons, ass-iult.-No appeur.anco. Ann Con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

A D VERTJSEMENTS. T»,rESSRS.: GEORGE FORSYTH." &i CO. .iVli liavo been favoured- with instructions .from the Proprietor to soli, by Private Gon , traCfc, r .. . I. ? I -t, !. ; THE BYWOIG ESTATE, situated 30: miles from Yass, and. 40 miles from tho Goulburn;Railway Station... , ..... ; . :The Estate consists of about- i . 1 7000 acres of Purchased Land, 1 m-.', ;..-.,,1witli;-A . , About 14,000 acres of Leased Land ,, , ' adjoining, , , . 'Splendidly watered ;by .the, Yass River, which k :.» runs through -the centre of tho i property; also;.!^by numerous creeks and - springs,' ..v,.all of which are seourod by purchase. , 'TlieRQTJSE and other improvements are1 of * ' the most elaborate and substantial descrip-t , ^ion,'and a large qxiantity of the estate is tunckd. j ' Tho carrying: capabilities of the Bywong '.Estate are' fully f - '. ? ' ' j ' 25,000 sheop in all seasons, i\fr.With . the i iproportywill be .sold . about I . ? - 1.3,000 really good'sheop, 1 i Of .mixed ages...

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ON EGGS. I. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

> F "ON EGGS. . < 1 i' M ,/j_ t j. An egg, like Goosar's; wife,, should: be above suspicions. , ir. . ; Is it probable that the old: fowls lay-1 stale i eggs, and only tlio younghens freah ones ? I m.' I Eggs resemble roBes* being , propagated- by >y<»S. , - . ;. 1 , || > I i , , d . IV. ' < f, ill "A^ien cacldesiwlienslie days " Hit ' ogg, i;and so some strangor benefits by hor production; Moral': Never cackle.' < ? -' 1 '' I i 'W , 1 tVi !' ' , ' i I :; A fowl. and her,oggs are soon .parted/1 r. v j. ' . ' VI., .' ,i|. i I > ? 'Eggs'nre.oggs'bo thoy'noverso'ojigy.t,<,''.'''i.| The iRctportav: statos that'the1 follo\v« ing lines wero inscSribod, about ihe,year 1777, over the door of one of the earliest established insuranca offices. Come all you jolly Britons who love your blooming wives, ? 1 .? Insure large suras on your prcoarious lives1; So that your widows may bo rich when,you yourselves are rotten, ' , Aud muy ...

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SUMMER AND WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

. SUMMER AND WINTER. ON' the 19tli December, at'the' Maryle bone Police Court, Harriet Bealo, 23, was summoned for throatoniug to ' do her husbancl serious bodily, liartn. Henry Bealo' said : I am .agent, for the Sheffield Brewery .Company; I havo been married to my wile about .four years, .: and : I have .> resided! for twenty-seven years in my present house, 9, Charles-street, Portmanj :square.' I havo a family grown up. Myself and wife have .not lived, happy'. About eleven o'clock, on the 5th of this month; the ; baker came,' and I found:that there was .an overcharge ?.;.? and on my >going; down to know the ; occasion of the extra loaves, she struck me in the; face - and .-pulled -.ine down, and then took me by the: throat.; She: struck me with her hand and fist. : Mr. D'JGvncourt: "What, made her so violent?: Complainant: -Because I wanted to know about the over-charge. I have to complain' of a series' of"lllf 'usage and violence, on many ..occasions^ and she has called, m...

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GOLDSBROUGH, BURT, & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

GOLDSBROUOII, BURT, & Co.'s REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-A small supply and prices firm at 20s per 100 lbs. for prime quality. We sold a draft of Mr. Adams's. FAT CALVES.-Market full, and prices range 'from 12s to 30s. FAT SHEEP.-'The mutton market is down again, tlie prices at the Glebe Island Abat toirs being for prime mutton from lfjd to 2d per lb. Our sales this week have been 250 (Christian's) at 9.3 6d to 10s; 500 (Jen kins's) 53 ; and other small lots from 4s to 10s Cd. FAT LAMBS.-We sold 209 of Smith's at 8s 6d. STORE SHEEP.-A little movement has taken place, and we have sold this week 3000 good wedders, in low condition, at 4s. STORE CATTLE.-A good demand for three to six year old bullocks. .One prime lojb of 1200 sold at £2 15s per head. STATIONS.-No business doing. Enquiries are made for cattle stations. Thursday, 25th Feb., 1869.

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A TERRIBLE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

' -A TERRIBLE FIGHT. AN African traveller gives the.follow ing account of a fight between panthers; and alligators : " The cause of sfcvife was plain: but how it began, who commenced it, I at least could onl)r guess. . There were six combatants-four black panthers, ?two alligators, each hideous--one about twenty-five feet in length ; .the other perhaps twenty-two feet; the' bone of contention was the dead carcase of a panther. Blood stained jaws, throats, breasts, and paws, showed the panthers had been engaged in the brotherly office of burying their dead in their own stomachs. While engag'ed in this pious duty, they were assailed by the alligators, who wished: to render the same service and were bent upon doing ?it. Whether the sensibilities of the saurians were shocked at the cannibal ism of the panthers was not stated, both parties being too ' eager for the iray' to talk. Alternately fighting wickedly, and . 'tugging furiously at the pax'tially de voured carcase of the panther th...

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MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

MUDGEE. . MESSRS. CROSSING AN*D COX'S .REPORT. FAT CATTLE -The supply has again fallen short of requirements, although the lots .which havo come to hand have been of far superior quality to any that have been in the market for some time previously. Those called forth a very brisk competi tion, which resulted in full rates being realized ; the market closing with a de cided firmness. Quotations :-Best pons bullocks, 120s to 140s ; ditto cows, 100s to 110s ; medium mixed lots, 70s to 90s. We sold 23 head from 104s to 152s ; 40 ditto, 117s 6d to 134s. FAT SHEEP.-The market is fully supplied with medium lots, whilst good quality are much inquired 'for. ? We sold 240 ewes at 4s 6d ; 175 ditto, at 4s Cd ; 100 wedders at 6s 6d, STontii).-Quiet u'uU-lirc<l lots of cattle suit able for paddockinc for fattening purposes are in fair demand, and may bo quoted : bullocks, 50s ; cows. 40s. February 25th, 1869.

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SELECT POETRY. THE EMPTY CHAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

. SELECT'POETRY. THE EMPTY CHAIR. "A merry merry Christmas I " I hear the children sing, But very sadly on my heart Their joyous voiocs ring; > As up and down tlio house tVioy dance, With noisy thoughtless glee, . tThe echo of their bounding feet ? Brings a death-knell tone to me.; , Their memory is unhaunted, Their vision unaware'. Of the pale wan shade-the dream that floats O'er yonder empty chair*. ' , :? ?? " " A merry Christmas, mother I" '' My laughing darlings cry, " '?; And clasp me close in warm caress, And kiss mine oyelids dry. Their faccs nestle on my breast, I list their prattle fond As they lisp how much they love me : Why must I look beyond ! . Ah I precious tlio' the living he, ' Another claims a share In a mother's unforgotting heart-r : Alas ! that vacant chair ! *'A merry merry Christmas !" The dancing feet bound, on,' ^ - And I weoping yearn:for the miss'ing voice, ? And the eyes for ever gone- . , For one touch of that velvet cheek,.. One clasp of that little...

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MELBOURNE. THE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

MELBOURNE. LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT : MooLr-We lxeld our usual weekly auction sale this afternoon, when wo o{Fared a a catalogue of 502 bales of wool. The effect of the recent news is noticeable in this market by competition being more (spirited. Of the quantity offered by us, sve succeeded in placing the bulk of the Jot3 submitted at an advance of from £d to Id per lb. The competition, however, on the odd-bale lots was irregular, bringing in 8mm cases leas than the clips had done earlier in the season. TAI.T.OW.-The demand has fallen off a little owing to tho English news aot being so satisfactory. Htmm.-We have effected several sales at 41 d per lb. for wet country salted. SnKEPSKivfi are in demand, and sell well at an advanced price. We quote up to O^d per lb,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

" HolitO.W.Vy's 'OlHTMEXT AND PlLLS.:-Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Pilose-Unvarying success attends, all who treat diseases, according to the simple printed '' directions wrapped round .each; pot'aiid-box.-: They are invaluable to the/young: and timid, whoso; baslifulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, !modorato /porseverance, and trifling expense will enable the most diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue, withou t exposing secret infirmities to anyone. The Ointment arrests the : spreading , inflammation, restrains- the oxcited vcsssls, cools the, over-heated, skin; alleviates throbbing and smarting pains, and gives great. ease. The'scime directions'also clearly point out when and how HoIloway,s Pills are to be taken, that their purifying and regulating powers - may assist fby ad justing' . and strengthening the constitution. 1 , ADVERTISEMENTS: ' . ' Wanted. FEMALE SERVANT; Apply-at the XX Store of . GEORGE FORSYTI-I & CO., ' Wagga Wagga. ! To Fencers. .T...

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DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

DALSIAHOY C'AMn>HM, AND CO.'S REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-'The supply this weolt was much smaller than anticipated, owing to Borne of the lots entered not oomingforward, only 584 being shown in tho market. A Jargo proportion of them were from fair to prime quality, and although there were 110 oonutvy buyers present, the competition ^amongst tlio town biitcliers wak unusually $ \ Brisk for all descriptions, and" prices rose fully 40s per head on best qualities, ami about 30s per head on second and inferior cattle, best beef realising fully 30s per 100 lbs. We quoto best bullocks, from £11 to £13 2s 6d ; second, from £8 to £10 y in fcrior, from £5 to £l5. Very few .cows offered (none prime), which sold ?at'from £5 to £7 10.3. FAT SFIEEP.-17, GSR came to hand for the week. Of this number there was a fair proportion of from good to prime quality, and for such there was a brisk demand, at an advance of from 6d to Is per head on last weok's currencies, whilst all other classes were cleared out...

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PRICES CURRENT AT THE SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

PRICES o CUKRENT AT ' THE SOUTH ...WAGGA WAGGA FLOOR MILLS. ' £" S. (1. Fine Flour, per ton ... . ... .... ,13 . 0 ? 0 Wheat per bushel, good, sample..; 0 .4 6 Bran, per;busliel ... ... ,016 Pollard, ditto ..'. - . ... 0 I 6 RETAIL. Fino Flour,!por lOOlbs. - :... ? 0< I'i.' 0 J. W. CHAPMAN. K. NIXON.

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND CO.'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

BALLARAT LIVE STOOIC MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND CO.'S REPORT : FAT CATTLE.-A comparatively small supply came to hand this week, the . number yarded heing 399 head, and only about half were good quality, the remainder being second-rate and inferior. There was a large attendance of the trade, and a brisk demand for good beef, which brought an advance of 15s a head on last week's prices, and second quality also sold better, though not to the same extent. Quotations -Best pens bullocks, 9/ to 1Mas ; second, 11 to 81 10s ; medium and inferior, 41 to 6* 10s. FAT SHEEP.-Tho number forward for the week was 11,555, and of these only a very small proportion were suited for the trade, the great bulk being very inferior, and consisting chiefly of wethers, which buyers for boiling do not much care for. The attendance was small, and the demand for the pots very limited: in consequence, sales were ex ceedingly dull, and prices generally lower, the exception being a few of the lots best s...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. BURNING OF A LUNATIC ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS ; ; < 1 BURNING- OF A LUNATIC ASYLUM; THE Goutr.il Ohio Lunatio Asylum, situated at tho eastern extremity of Broad-street, in Columbus, Was destroyed by fire on Wednes day night. The origin, oftho. fire is; and: will probably remain, a , mystery. It was first discovered/shortly/ beforo ten, / near the northern extremity,'of the east whig of the Asylum,-'which1is/occupied by the' foinale 'inmates,- arid/donse . smoke' 'bogan.'io issue from those wards and cells in wnieh'^re con fined tlie incurable class of pationts. .At first ' discovery, tlie fire caused no serious alarm. It was i thought - that the flamraV could' be easily. subdued, and the prompt; arrival of the fire companies,, which had been tele graphed, strengthened the confidence of; all m this belief. But tlio firemen were able to, do absolutely nothing to -check thri '.progresij of-the'flames. ? The water thrown on the . building floated; off;- the tin roof, and rail , down.; to; the water...

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. BREWSTER AND TREBECK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION/ REPORTS. ' - SYDNEY. BnKWSTF.R AND TRKBKCK'S ltEl'OHT. SlvrioNs.-The business actually dono in station properties since the commoucoment of the new year shows but little improve ment on the transactions of the previous ?BIX months. We have, however, noticed rather more inquiry for some weeks past; but whether this has arisen from the be ? lief that there is at the rate asked a fair margin for prolit, or that the late rains have given more confidence to investors, we are at a loss to say. Prom whatever cause, it has been evident that inquiries during the past fortnight liavo 1)0011 more numerous than for some months, giving hopes of an improved feeling as the benefi cial eflfcets of tlio breaking tip of the drought become more general, which, to gether with the ?improvement in the price of wool, and the more remunerative prices obtainable for fat stock, ?will, we think, all tend to restore confidence in pastoral in vestments. We are advised of a sale of a Li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 3 March 1869

IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday, and; Saturday, at. the Office, Traill-street,; Wacaia Wagga, and delivered at an early hour to subscribers in the town, and by mailj throughout the colonies. , TEEMS : . . . .... j . SUESCUIPXIOK;: '? ! * Per Quarter, In town, Payable.In advance .Si. .1 Quarter, posted ; ... . ditto ^P3:(;A-: Per Quarter, posted, credit .-. ;7 ... (. i, ll,8; . f. "N B -The quarters terminate on th<5 Slat Marcb, 30tli September,' and 131st December,. at, wWcSriod" only can subscribers.; decline, by:riv In. notice ttnS ipaying tho amount duo to tlie ond of tlio( curront Quarter; New subscribers are Tccoiyea at any, time and charged proportionately to the termination of the current throe months; but unless persons order-, ;tntr- the paper '-itt'o known'at-rthc .otiicc, ,wei(dp.not( guarantee 'that *t will bo forwarded if thcordoriB. unaccompanied by a remittance, of at least; one, quarter's subscription m advance. 1 . . , I ADVERTISEMENTS:, | : , First Inch 3s....

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