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Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

Election Notes. A difference of opinion appears to exist political circles as to-whether Mr. Greene, the elect of Grenfell, is a Protectionist or a Freetrader. Both parties claim him as a member of their nnrticutar creed, although we observe that the S. M. HeuaLD, which in the first instance classed him as a Freetrader and resolutely stuck out that he was such, has now withdrawn the symbol F from bis name iu their listof the candidates elected. Iu Ins electioneering address, however, published in the local papers, Mr. Greene, if be does not style himself a Protectionist, will suit the Protectionist ticket very well, as may bo seen for the following extract from his address: — ' I wieh it to be distinctly understood that I i-monE mvsicwto spppout spcii J.KOIST.ATION IS THK WAV OF BETALIATOHV BUT1KS (the italics are Mr. Greene's) against Victoria and other hostile countries us will effectually prevent their making use of our markets for their tigricul tnral produce, inamifactutes, and...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FEOM ODE OWN COREESVOSDEKT.) SYDNEY. FUIDAV. 1 P.M. At the stock sales yestei-day 1000 cattle were yarded ; prime unaltered, others easier. ]Jest bullocks averaged £9 13 Id, others from £7 2s (3d. ISj600 sheep were penned ; prime advanced ;6d, others unaltered. Prime merinos averaged 12s 7d to 13s 5d, otiiei's fi-om 6s 7d. Ditest election returns sliow ao alteration in the position of parties from that already telegraphed. A deliberate suicide occurred at sea dur ing the voyage of the Barabool from Mel bourne. The steward, wuned Viggers, jumped overboai'd whilst suffering from the effects of drink, and was drowned. Eastern news states that tlie steamers Chow Phya and Pyali Peket collided in Klang Striiits. The latter sank in a few minutes, and two European, engineers and ten of the native et-ew were drowned j 30 ? native passengers were also drowned. The ship Anglo-India was -wrecked on January Cfch off Formosa. The chief officer and eight men were landed but were su...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A New African Explorer. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

JL New African Explorer. A correspondent of the Times gives some particulars regarding a new African explorer, who 'has just returned home, and will tell the story of his wanderings at the next meet ing (January 7) of the Koyal Geographical society, mr. i-. is. Arnot is a countryman of Livingstone, and from Livingstone per sonally he, when a boy, received that touch of enthusiasm which gave him a longing to enter the heart of Africa. That was 2-i years ago, and seven years ago he was able to carry his boyish wish into effect. In September, 1S81, Mr. Arnot arrived in Natal, and not many weeks ago he returned home for the first time, quitting the coutiuent by the opposite coast. Meantime he hud crossed Africa diagonally, partly by Livingstone's route, but with many divergences into little known or . wholly unknown regions. In company part of the way with that mighty hunter, Mr. Selous, Mr. Arnot made his way through Khama's kingdom, north through the Kaharrai andthedesert country lyin...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Railway Construction in South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

Ituilway Construction hi South Australia. Jlr.-Violutte, representing a syndicate of Driliali capitalists, has submitted proposals to the --ovcru- ineuts of Western Australia and South Austrulia, for the cor.sU'auti-m of a railway iiise fn«n Roebuck Hay to Angle Pole, Jicar tho Puakc Station. The distance is estimated at )-)0t) miles. The Hue is to be constructed on a 5ft. 3iu. gauge, .similar to tho construction of the Hue between Adelaide and Mel bourne, aud is to be completed within ]:? years of 1 1m Ki'niimr nf flip ^imfi'jM'i _ T'l-inv in ?nii]ilinr- u permanent line t he oon tractors will run a Hgiil line and telegraph the whole distance. AU auriferous aud other miueial laud is to be reserved to tiie Crown. Crown lessees ou the syndicate's eonsc iiueuei'H would nut be interfered with, but the syn dicate would become the landlord. In return they ask for a coneessiou of 35,000 acres per mile, the land to be settled along the line, and the syndicate to own and work the line. Sir....

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

Weekly Calendar. « ..»-f*i iv -I Buys of { Sun ; Sun JMcW Daysof the V cek M-JlUl- nbe8 | S(Jt9_ Age- Wednesday ? Feb. 13 5 35 6 5t 13 Tiiobsdav ? „ 14 Sm H S3 34 FKIDAV ? „ 13 5 37 0 C-2 15 Satordav ? „ 10 f- 3S 6 30 lc Svkdav ? „ 17 f- 39 0 4!) 17 Monday ? „ 18 i f- »9 I 0 48 18 Toksday ? „ 19 j 5 40 6 47 19 I ; r MOOX's 1'IUSK. : Full Moon Fob, 16satS.2i!a.uu The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenuc el Prosper*?. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1-S, J889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

Wool. wool. Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N AND Mercantile Agency Co., LIMITED, Bridge Street, Sydney. Capital, 4,3000,000 Reserve, 2/0,000 Wool Season 1888-9. WEEKLY SALES of wool held throughout the season. The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaying ami protecting all wools entrusted to the Company for sale, whether from large or small clips. Growers advised and consulted with before sales are made. Liberal cash advances where desired ou wool and other produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to London. Tlie addition to the Company's premises of the magnificent new warehouses in Bridge Street acquired since hist season ensures to Growers the display of their wools to the very greatest advan tage. G. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. I ISyduey Wool anil Grain Warehouses, Bridge ? street, .Sydney, Sept., 1SS8, ? Tr EATING'S POWDER' T7- EATING'S POWDER. Tr EATING'S I'OWDER. 'IT' EATING'S POWDER, KILLS BUGS, FLKAS, / MOTHS, ? BEETLES. ? THIS POWUHR IS QUITE HARMLESS to animal, iji...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Goi,d-AIim.v(i Leases.— Tlio following -applica- tion for gold-wining Leases have, been approved of : —iJ. T.^furpliy,' Is, 2r20Jp county of St, Vincent, parish Buddivwaug ; H. Green and another, 4 acres county St Vincent, palish Budawang ; V. J. O'Neill; 20 acres county St. Vincent, parish Mean corai 'J. JS. 'Crolter, und others, 23 acres, couuty Argyle, parish Qalieu; .)'. Kennedy, 3 acres, county Sfc.Tincent, parish Daugem ; J. W. Tyroll and others, of Monrya, 3 acres county St Vincent, parish 6'oUii. Acceptkp TjnfPKtt.— There wave only 'two tenders put in for the construction of the bridge over Stouey Creek, ou the im-su1 from Braidwood to Araluon, one of tliese, however, was informal, ami Mr. J. McU ruth's tender for £540, 4s lid. was ac cepted liy ilia Tender Board on Wednesday. TttE _ Cimi!N.u, .Sessioxs.— The liraidwood Crimiual Sessions* takes place on tlie 1st Mu.ro!- aoxt, and the District Court on tlie following dav. tto-day is tho kst Any for filing plaints,...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

The result of Wednesday's elections Las been to bring the two opposing forces once more on almost even terms, Tiie Freetraders en tered tlio field on Wednesday morning with a majority of nine, but notwithstanding all the efforts of the McMillans, the CarrutUers, and other mighty foreign trade champions, they retired from it with a lead of only two. That the McMillans, the Wises, and the PuMords have been knocked completely oft' their equilibrium in consequence may be readily imagined. They reckoned at least on maintaining the lead they had, while some of the more imaginative members of their Sock actually predicted a further increase in their numbers, but in political us in every day life ' the best laid schemes of mice and men aft gang agee.' It is refreshing, how ever, to the Protectionists to notice the wonderful strides the national policy is making throughout the length and breadth of the land. Only a few years back the very name of Protection was sufficient to heap re criminat...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Scraps. At tlie exhibition of Niagara ;m old lady from the country was being introduced by her grown-up daughter, apparently for the first time, to the sights of the town. ' This picture is just like the foils,' said the daugh ter, who liad travelled, to her mother, 'ex- cept that of course one »ii.sses the uoise, the roar of the water, which is tremendous.' ' Lor' bless me, is it ? Aud tell me, dear, siuce you have been there, does it go on at night as well as by «l«y ?'' piece of extravagance on the part of the Couiinander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean, which will be brought before Parliament. It appeai-s that when the Duchess of Edin burgh went from Malta to Athens her bon net-box was left behind. As soon as the mistake was discovered a vessel of tlie Mcdi terreaucan squadron was ordered back to Malta for the missing box, and it was brought on to Adieus .it an expense of several hun dred pounds to the British tax-payer. Victor Einsiuucl, the heir to the Italian throne, will short...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Siberia mid Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Siberia mid Australia. Mr. Stead of tlie Pall Mall G-ixef!ut who was recently travelling in Russia, has now brought out his impressions in n- big book, which is fi;i'd to be highly interesting. Colonists will be amused no doubt (says European Mail), to find that Mr. Stead calls Siberia ' the Australia of Russia,' and de clares that for that vast territory there is yet a great commercial future. During lii.s wanderings in Russia Mr. Stead met a Yic tos'inli A1inisV*M\ whn UnA li'jivp.Up.f? fi'nm Yladivostock to Warsaw, in the course of -i journey round the world — (was this Mr. James Service?) — who told him that nothing struck him nioro than the contrast between tlie conditions of rural life in Russia and those of Victoria. 'Die Russian cultivator, it seems, will not place his farmhouse in tlie centre of his farm, as far ns possible from his neigbours. All the little brown huts are pitched together like these in a camp. As we all know in Australia, the settler squats apart, and thus...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Talking Parrots. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Talking Parrots, I sun in the country (writes James Payn in the JHmtraial JW'tcg), which must excuse my ' Notes ' dealing with bird-notes. Let me speak for a moment of that familiar — some- times a little too familiar — bird, the parrot. T. don't think much of his whistle. Our whistling hidy will probably beat him at that : but,. on the other hand, lie gives his own imitations of Immunity which may rival her efforts to portray his feathered friends. There was of late advertised a parrot who could make original observations, not mere slavish ' copy,' but the most apt remarks, A parrotrfancier answered this advertisement and the advertiser brought his bird. He was not beautiful, and he did not look accom plished. He no sooner opened his mouth. however, than his genius discovered itself. ' Supposing that this bird is all that you say of it,' inquired the possible purchaser, 'what do yon want for it ?' 'Fifty pounds,' mid the dealer. 'Make it guineas,' exclaimed tho parrot. Tlie enraptu...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Kcscrvcg. The followuig reserves have be«u proclaimed : — run ii.ih.way rrnrosw. Land«i.trift of V.rai.iwood. Xo. R.iCl. County ?-{ Murray, p;u i=hes of Fairy Jteadow and Mnlluon, coutaiuing un area of about 3D!) acres. Ccninionciiig ;it tho uonh-unst comer of portion 97, parish of Fairy Meadow. Xo, S.1G5. Comity of Murr.iy, jiarlsh of Mvrigan, cautriuing an area of -100 acres, Commcucins at the south-east comer of portion 125 parish of Meri gan. No 83G8. Connty of Murray, jrarisbe? of Merigau tiud liamet. coataiuinc tm area of about 8G0 acies Commeuciug at the south-enst earner of portion Si, parish of Mciigan. No. 8507. County of Murray, parish of Warri, coiitaining an area of about 3SO0 acres. Commenc ing at the south-east corner of Matthew Anderson's 68(5 acres, parish of Wnvri, on the left hank oi tlie Shoalhaven lUver. van \VATi:nst'i'PLY. No, .8309. County of St. Vincent, parish of Corang, containiiig nn area of about 280 acres. Commencing at the north-wost corner of portion ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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THE GUARD OVER THE WEDDING-RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

THE GUARD OVER THE WEDDiNORIHC -? . ? ♦ — - — JSlDbmoioos August day was throbbing to Its tslose— a day that had bcon royal in its esquis'lte beauty of golden sunsliiuc nud fresh ?western winds, its tropical voluptuousness of warmth, that was so perfectly enjoyable. It- has been just such a day as suited the passionate, eager soul of Mcta BlKiiclio.nl, fair, j beautiful Meta Blauchard, with her dreamy davk eyes that, lately, had reflected nodrcares \ that were blessed, or hopeful, or happy : for the time had come and gone when, for her, content should crown her as it had crowned iior iu those bygone days when Ernest 'War- wick had been her lord and master. They had been right royal lovers. They suited each other to the finest fibres of their impetuous, passionful, capable natures : they had loved, aud trusted, and looked eagerly forward to a life together, which no forboding of clouds, or even the shadows of clouds. Meta had worn the ring he had given her as the aeal of their betrot...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public School Teachers' Grievances. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Piiblic School Teachers' Grievances About 120 of the head masters, mistresses, nnd assistants of tlic public schools in and around Syd ney met in the temperance hall on Saturday morn ing last to discuss matters relativcto school-cleaning, and the great amount of clerical work that now devolves upon them in consequence of the establish ment of school banks, and of the performance of duties that wew formerly carried out by school at tendance oinccre. After careful consideration it was resolved that two petitions to the Minister for Public Instruction — one in connection with school cleaning, and the other Waring upon the excessive clerical work— be seut to vlie teachers af the colony for signature. It was evident, says the Heeamj, from the tone of the rcmarksof the various spcukoris, that the toachei* consider that iu being compelled to pay for the cleaning of their scnools they uro being treated unfairly as compared with the rest of the civil serx-ico ; an j that, *s regards the work...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

CAUTION. LOOK OUT FOR FijMDl. Owing to l!io fcuowss .- f ;'-r. *5- ulo'a American Hop liif.Ci's iu our.;.;- «-1 diseasoe of tbo ]jivci\ iitfMimoh, Bowcla)B!ood,Kidini'-'(xr1d Urinary Organs, Nervousness, Bleeplorvsncsa, and Female Ooinplaintu, eo thnt it has become a standard household i-emody all over tbe wovld, nnd the immense demand for the iVijdnnJ and genuine arliclo, certain pcisons are offcv.ng for ua.lc various ciicap and spurious preparations vmder the name of 'Hop Bitters' which do not contain the uiuciiclnal properties found onlv ia Dr. Soulo's American Hop Biti^is. Take r ne of tho cheap bogus stuff simply beu.-B-'- it is tailed ' Hop Bitters.' ? TBCTHS. ttr. Xoiilr's .tiuri'lrnn *-o|- Ithliv nvriitc I'liioi ntii) ttrM Jlim j- -'?-!' -ti!i-le. Tl«syuwcii'|u:iiii1cil mm: Kiv. BntlniiMnn llrak'cainl OlIIKllIioil Ilic liMi/St, I,, M, .'lint Illitft valunlilc wcilicin'Ji in tlm w-.jrH. -iii.l .-'Hi ? nil (lie Ik-1 hiH wiwl i-nntliv |ir..|nr.li-i ,-.! T.\ .iliicf ICtlvrv, lic...

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A Diabolical Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

A Diabolical Vritnc Biusdank, Monday.— A reward of L100 hashcen offered by the Government for information leading to the arrest of two bushmen named George Car: lino and James Cameron. Some lime ago these men were staying at a hotel at Vergcmont Creek, Hear JttudtvU, when they saw tlicvc a Kanaka wittv «. Jarge sum in his possession. It is alleged that with uu evil design they endeavored to induce the Ka naka to try a new acid drink. An aboriginal named Paddy was standing by the men when they mixed the drink. The Kanaka, who believed that that lie saw the contents of the paper put into the class, suggested that the aboriginal should take the taken the drink he fell down in convulsions and died shortly afterwards. Tin: men showed evident chagrin in the defeat of their plan by the Kanaka, who fearing them bolted. They gave chase and tracked him for some time through the bush, lie however, made bis way back to Stonclienge and ^avc information to the police. Tho men hc&viHg this...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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F. L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

I', h, linvlmi''s Weekly Produce Report. Wonu — Great animation characterises tlio pro gross of tlio sales jiow Inking jjlncc iu Lnndoii, mi'l priciss Tor several ilcseri ntions, viz, , superior merhio-s and crvn.--liri.il flm «n a'luvc] uith ilic !)!;;!iest rate of Or; j.i'f-iWiti(j; fii'ioH. An n, rcsii'.t -tlivi-j. is gow'. priv'U' iii-.ir'rj1 l:'ra, mit t look fovBiir.1 to tlif liartlc^iiiu ??! ouv r.iai-kct i h \Vodno.«i*y i.er,t, wlio my usual' fortnightly sale will be liold. Siii-.Br.iHjNS. — 'J'he dcmwid is slroii^ iintl pricoa for nun.! jHrci! lots Lave ivlv-inrnj. Jl-iiiy of r!io skiifj iin.i ii.riviii;;cspccl«!iy liioef.i.M luug Ais tauciM uis suvctv.y lufest-c.l \ntu woavil, (.nUBiug the distraction of lliejx.it. For such as liieeo, com jictilion is less lirisk on tiucoiuiL of their iiiBuHuUo Here to exporters. Quutations, — ]Just fail-vroolod, 48il to 00i! ; cxcrptioiia] lots to 70.1 ; medium growth, 30d to 4W ; short, Kid So 2'i» ; pells, Cd to !oi! cacli ; station eki...

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The New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

The New Parliament. The following candidates have been elected to serve in the new Parliament. The letter P after tbc name denotes that the member is a Protection ist, the letter F a Freetrader, aud Iau Independent member : — Yass Plains ? T. Colls. P Tiie Murray ? J. M. Chanter, P R. Barbour, P The Hume ? W. J. Lyne, P J. Hayes, P Balranald ? A. Lakenian, I }}. R. Wilkinson, V Clarence ? Mclarland V Moloug ? 3)r. Ross, V ThcGwydir ? Hussall, P Burrowa ? T. Slattciy. P Wcntirortli ? J. P. Abbott, P Murrumbidgee ? (.-'. 11. Dibbs V rJonnlev, P t:oplan5. P Edca ? Clarke. P Gamin', P Queaiibcyan ? O'^ullivan, P Alburj' ? J. Wilkinson, P East Sydney ? Burdekin, F Reid. F McMillan, F Street, V TTest Sydney ? Playfair, 1? O'Cuiiiiur, F Abigail, F Liinib, F South Sydney ... ... Traill, P JMiuunds, P Tocmoy, P Mill-tin, 1' Gkbe ? Ompiiwn, F ?Sinith, V St. Leonards ? P.ukes, V Culleu, F ]'.uiiis, F Canterbury ? Curruthere, F Wnieeler, F WUtshire, 1? Hutchison, F Kewtowu ? Abbott. F Moleswort...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

LONDON. Monday, Germany has consented to a joint occupa tion of Samoa pending a conference. The new French Ministry are viewed with disfavor and are not expected to last, Latek. Six women have been murdered aud mu tilated at Nicaragua, Central America, in exactly the same manner as the Whiteehapel atrocities. A dreadful boiler explosion occurred in tho Park Hotel, at Harford, America. Fifty inmates, and many others outside the build ing were burnt alive. It is rumoured on the Congo that the ex plorer Stanley was killed in an engagement with tho Waugamba natives. It is reported that the British Govern ment contemplate raising a huge loan of 100,000,000 sterling to build twenty-two ironclads and fifty cruisers, and substitute tho latest.pattor;i guns on all the forte.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Weekly Calendar. Tio«,«t*i,«\v^i, Daysof 1 Sun \ Sun Moons Wednesday...... i?jjb. a) fi 40 am 20 Thtosdav... ...... „ 21 S 41 1 0 45 21 Friday ? „ 22 6 42 ' 0 44 23 Saturday ? „ 23 S 43 i 0 43 23 SoKDAY ? „ 24 S 44 1 6 42 24 MoSDAV ? „ .25 8 *5 I 6 41 25 TCBSDAY ? „ 20 6 4GJC40 26 moon's riiAsn. ? JAoon.'? Last Quarter, JTob. 23, at 10 a.in.

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