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The Sawyer who Works on the Top. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

The Sawyer who Works on the Toy. (Dedicated to tiie Premier.) Capacious of nostril awl chcok, Gigantic in limb and iu paw, Behold liim — tho 'growth of a week ' — A- working tlio Govovmncnt Saw ! What manner of labour is his Who comes from a ' Brnmmngom ' shop With ' charlatan ' stamped oil his phiz — Tho Sawyer who works 011 tho top ? Wo ask — aro his doings a bit Liko what you oxpect him to do ? Did you sot him thoro ovor tho pit r To saw all your liborty through ? , Is Freedom tno timbers to tear?-- ? ? To simpletons whoimrill yo stop 1 His heaving and cleaving unfair — ? Tho Sawyer who works 011 tho top ? *? Is ho fit for his ominont post ? Doos I10 know how to 'sliarpou' and sot' ?, In spito of his swagger — lite boast, . . ... j . Tou know ho is Br'ummilgomjvot ! Tho skill that can ' cut by tho clialk '- Has novcr boon 'uii(l6r his mop — Ho is only a barrol of talk, » Tho Sawyor who works on tho top. \ Somo ti'cos that ho wishes to rend ? .»? Aro groon in thoir fastnossos yot ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

ADDllESS TO TItE COVEItNOIl. Tho following address was prosontod to his Excolloncy on bolialE of tlio Now South Wales Commissioners by Mr. P. A. Jonnings, Exocu tivo Commissioner : — To his Excolloncy. tho Right Honorablo Lord Augustus William SponeorFrodoricLoftus, G.C.B., &c. , -Sic., GovernorandCoinniander in-Chiof of Now South Walos and its Dopondoneics, and Prosidont of tho Sydnoy ? : International- Exhibition Commission of 187!). My Lord,— I havo tho , honour, ? on bohalf of flin rrftn+.lmnmi f»nmniiw«uinnr1 liv fhn :flmr«vmYinTifr. ,of Now South Walos, to ask your Excolloncy to doclaro the Sydnoy International Exhibition of 1879 open to tho public in tlio namo of lior Most Gracious- Majesty Quoon Victoria. Tho origi nal commission, which I liavo tlio honour to lay ,1 boforo your Excolloncy, was issuod: on.tho 3rd day of: January of this prosont : yoar, and is signod v by your lordship's distinguished: pro I docossor, Sir. Hercules Robinson. I11 virtuo of I its provisi...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. International Exhibition. THE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

' MlSCEfljIiAMEIftJlUS. International ISxlilbEUon. TIIE OPENING. ? The oarly. movement of many people in tho metropolis this morning, tho mustering of moiv in bright unifonn, tlio sound of baud music, and tho numbbrloss vehiclos that thronged tho streots suggostcd that- somo groat ovont- was at hand. Soon it was soon that tlio crowds, woro converg ing by different routes to tho sito of tho Garden l'alaco. So donso woro tlio ranks of tlio people as thoy approached tho principal gatos of tho Domain, that thoir progress was impodod, and tho^wholo spaco of tho footpaths wasoccupiod as standing-room by closoly jiaoked peoplo unablo to oscapo from their position. Only with tho aetivo enorgy of tlio polico and artillory corps was tho, carriago-way of tlio streets kopt clear. Along this passago, however, pourod streams of anxious pedestrians who woro making thoir w.iy In passing Hydo Park boforo 10 o'clock in tho morning might liavo been soon tho scarlot uni forms of tho military, the moro ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

v.;,' U )i /-'AN'JjJiD, .a good noar-aido loading Work-'. V Y ' ' ing BULL00Jt1'aR6iit five or six years . old : must bo wavraiUT^ TOimjl and quiet. A. , trial will bo rctpiircd.VA/iply, stating prico, to Mr. ALl-rRED ELYARI7, Boi-roHan. ANTED to LEASE, with tlio option of Vy PuwQioso, within or] jhrco . four miles of Bomadorry, a PARM, 50 toIOO Aero.-:. Must bo protty goodhmd. . Afftly to JOHN STEAVART, Auctioiiccr, ' Broughton Crook. ALL Nos. AV IRE N1ILS, 3d poi A ft. \YlJ ' J. (JrpMw, iWt Office Storo, / , Nora. , £, «/S ® , ON-AVEDNESDAl/ tho ifrd instant, between Sinclair's.-' slip-fails (Emday's Parm) and Nowra, via AYoiTU4;eKi0!-d7 a TARPAULIN, nearly now. A Rowan] oros will ho paid on . clolivory of . same. M. thl- ?Itofrollan Storo, or tlio lohidonco of I V IE. IIAAVKEB, I ' Noma; One (iSl) F«sssas«a E2ewaa'-3. THE above REWARD willytfc7 paid to any ?; person giving suojfv.iu^OTmation us shall convict the parties who cgiiKo ni^ht of tlio 27th. ? August ENTERED MY*1?ADDOCK,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Masonic Grand Lodge of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Masonic SwU-ssm! of IStew ? South Wales. 'We extract tlio following paragraph from tlio ' Sydney Daily Telegraph 1 in which ' journal it appeared on tho 27th ultimo as a sub-loader: — Tho loading article in. a rocont numbor of our English contemporary The Freemason,'. : on the constitution of the Grand Lodgo of Now South Wales, which wo publish to-day, cannot, iu justice to tho Grand Lodge of this colony, he permitted to pass unnoticod, as it contains many statements evidently showing that our contemporary must be acquainted with Masonic law and precedent. Tho article says 'tnas mere aro xnroo jurisdictions m , . i ' oxistonce in' Now South Wales— the Eng- i lish, Irish, and Scotch — working undor warrants from tho Grand Lodges of their respective Constitutions; and it is a groat mistake to see, as- somo do, in a great: and ' successful colony like Now South Wales, 'with its popular sblf-govoiiiment, . any ? analogy with tho States of America. Eaeli, State of America is equal, sovor...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Nowra Municipal Council. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

i Rj'owra Mtmiciyal Coiiucll. Monday, Septehher. 22. A SPi-X'lAL mooting of tho Nowra Council was hold at tlio Council- Chainbor at 3,30 p.m., on Monday last. Present — Tho full Council, except-: ing Alderman Hyam, „wlio attended .-another mooting. — Tho minutes of previous meeting woro road and confirinod. — Tho Finance Com mittee's .report -? recommending, payment,!; of accounts amounting to £23 15s 6'd, was adopted. . :IIEP0IITS, ETC. . _ ' ' ^ , : , , ; In reply to Aldorman Moss, tho Mayor roported that while ho was in Sydnoy. i-ocontly, . ho had boon inforined that tho WorksjDcp'art ment lfad approved' of.tho ,proposal to' construct tho No\yi'a wharf 011 the eastern sidoj of tlio bndgo, aud that tlio work would bo commenced immediately ; that, no arrangenionts ha'dv boon mado to lirovido Nowra with a woathorlKlass ; nr.,1 «.«-? li.,/1 for tho School of-, jU-ts. — On report by Aldorman Gray, some conversation took placo on tlio sub- . j oct of 1 'Suspending 'the operations of ti...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

Shoalhaven X. & 91. Association. Tni Commiltoo of tho abovo-montionfd Associa tion inot in tlio Council Chainbor, Torrara, 011 Tuosday afternoon. Presont — tho Prosidont, John Moniiglian, Esq. (in tho chair), the Socro tary (John M'Arthur, Esq.), and one of tho Yice-Prpsidonts (W- Lovogrovo, Esq. ),: -Messrs. . Borrowdale, Hyam, Lamond, M'Loan, Morrison, Mimuy, T. anil C. Robsori, and J. Watson. Tho minutes of previous meeting woro rend and con firmed. Tho Secretary read a lottor from Mr. M'Nauglit, directing attention to tho oxcossivo .numbor of pupil teacher's prizes in the schedule fpr the,' Spring Show.' A communication from Mr. J. Woston, 011 tlio subject -of tlio j\jjsooia tiori's job pi'intingwasalsDread, and both Jotters woro rccoived for consideration atnoxtmeoting. —The ballot papors for tho olobtion of tho Prosi ?dont was . thon oponcd, and resulted in tho re-election of Mr. John Monaglian/ who'brielly! roturned thanks. , Tho jioxt number oftvotos to Mr: ^ronaglia...

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SUNDRY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

glWEJK.'Sr SSAfT'S'ffiJES. Every sixpenny loxicon contains tho maxim, fiat jusiilia, mat eoilum, and doubtless ovory scliool-hoy, loavo alono every learned justice, has cracked tho nutshell, and determined its universal correctness for liimsolf. I mentioned a decision, at 11 Southorn Bench in my last. Per contra, let's tako a peep further north, to soo how the justices thoro decide on what's doscribeil as nierely.a ' tussle,' which nroso from, tho liti gants failing to 'settle' matters 'outside.' J.ue:' Mercury or tho Kith instant says : Tho Courtof Potty Sessions, on Mond ay last week, and again 011' Friday and Saturday, was ongaged in hearing throo cases, tho result in each instance boing tlio .committal ol tho defendant for trial at tlio next Quarter Sessions in this town. Tho cases woro in substanco as follows Mr. Theo dore Bode recently orecte'd a butcher's shop and premises on a pieco of land lying botweon tho Royal Victoria Hotel and tho Mount Pleasant Trauiway, on tho Fairy ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 25 September 1879

icnOTractr nw§, . [ritojr oral coimEsroNDENT.] liroiighton Creclf. The annual mooting of tho Broughton Crook Crickot Club took placo at tho Kangaroo Inn on Monday ovoning last. Tho Hon. Socrotarv (Mr. G. Brown) road tho annual report, which wont to show that tho club was prospering, not . withstanding tho many difficulties it had to contend with — tho greatest obstaclo boing tho ? Want of a proper crickot ground ; but I havo 110 doubt that boforo long Mr. Borry, with his woll known liborality will sot apart a portion of ground on his magnificent estate for the purposo ' of fostering a lovo of tho noble, hoalth-giving gamo of cricket among tho youth of his tenantry. Diu-ing the season sevon matches woro played, but tho victories wore not so niany as might be oxpoctod, and some of tho matches that woro lost,' if played out, would have rosultod cuiierentty. Tno very croditaDlo stand mado by the team against tho Kiama club (a club of no ordinary morit), speaks highly iii its . favour. '...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Bishop Barker's Education Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

S3 E££slio£» I'olscy. We reprint as under tlio views of Dr. Barker on tho Education Policy, aucl tho observa tions of tho ' Freeman's Journal' thorcon : — 'Tho sub] oct of primary oducation , in; connoetion with our Donominational: schools is - attracting public attention _ to sucli an extent that I may bo oxeuseel it I'ndvort to it in . this Synod. A[y opinions, . with 0110 oxcopfcion, to wliieli I shall aftor wards advert, havo undorgono'no chango; ? I liavo'nlways oxhortod tlio clergy to givo religious instruc tions in tlio Public Schools.,-: ? I have always ' rogardod, and do still regard, religious educa tion in our Oliufch of England schools as of the greatest valuo to tlio eliild und to the State. Tlio defects of -tlio 'Public soliool 1 system may, to a cortain oxtont, bo met and 1 supplied* by sucli voluntary offorts us wc aro 1 ?'preparing, to malco in this dioeeso ; but tlio .absence of prayer, tlio oxclusion of tlio Scriptures as a book to bo road and explained b}r tlio t...

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Original Contribution. Commission Agency. No. VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

Original Contribution. Commission Agency. [By Axbiojt.] No. VII. Having shown very fully tho ' tricks' of tho settlers, I havo now to consider tho commission agents ; promising that I do not speak of any particular firm of firms, but of tho wholo as a body, and while 1 am acquainted with sovoral gentlemen who adorn tho profession to -which , they bolong, I am nevertheless acquainted with , others to whom noitlier ' gontloinan ' or 'com- mission agent ' may be applied truthfully. Tho principal locality ' whoro agents most do congio . gate is busspx-street, from what was, until lately, known as tho A. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, as far as to Markot-streot. Thoro aro somo in King fitreot, ono or two in Erskino-streot, and a few between Market and Bathurst streots, in Sussox -strppt. Tho numbor of porsons caking them selves commission agonts, aro sevonty-si'x. Tho number of really homi fide ones are about' thirty. By bona fide I mean thoso who actually and positively (as near as I can toll) exis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

. ENIGMA EOE OEEDITOBS. : £KT WHAT U. O.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. The Fallen Angels. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

01110IJVA.&. POETRY. ' The Fallen Angels. 'WHEN Edon's gates of ruddy gold, Woro oped to Huavn'ly cherubs briglit ; How swift tlioy wing'd, in fond doliglit Earth's loveliness to behold. And ling'ring o'or tho beauties rave, 'VVhon sunset soal'd, each verniill'd dyo ; Thoy gaz'd on scones, so grandly fair, Tho glory of God's eiivtli and sky. For oarth was tlion, ono Edon, frco Prom sins contaminating stain ; Whoro thoy could wing in rovclry, Without a sigh, or throb of pain. - So light thoy wing'd o'er starsot flow'rs, Tho brightest hues God's hand o'or mado ; And glorious bright find dazzling bowr's Of sunlit gleams which novor iado. And o'or thoir spirits, strango to toll, Thoy lor.g'd aniul God's works to dwoll ; Por lovo, to viow His works had led Their souls, on earth's bright paths to tread. , Whoro thoy might viow, His wondrous skill, Which His great hand, each void doth fill ; Supremely grand, His greatness show, Whoroo' or thoy gazed, abovo; below. And thus thoy wau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

~W~f ANTED, a -;ood noav-siilo loading Work-. * V ing B0LLOOK,/Vbimt Iivo or six years old; must be warrantc^/ivm! and quiet. A trial will ho required. Ai/phv stating price, to Mr. ALFRED I3LYABD, Uerrellan. ? For Sale, . .}/ ' A .DOG-CAET and HAiftQ^iS, nearly now, r\ and ill first-class J(Mlf/SCnADEL, 1 ' . ? 'Nowra. ?? ^LT^Nos. WI11EJA1LS, 3d poi*' ? . - J^ost Offico Storo, ?' Nowra. ?. ©ne (iil) I'oiMjaE-Mewflii'tl. V fpHE abovo REWARD ja^^wf^fJuSwriuiy _H_ 'poreon gi^vlKO«^-^mfoniipiWn as shall convict tlio partiotAvho on tlioiMMit of tho 27tli August ENTERED MY I'AlXDOGK, and PUT MY PLOUGH ON THE MiNOB. ALEKED ELYAED. SoptomborS, 1579. J. WILMOT, ' Wsgtclnuakci' aud|-lcwcllcr, IC [ . Mr. J[AGLEj^N will recoivo all Orders for v Eopairs, &c. , . : . , Municipal EDSstri bt of IlgroiD^Sitou - -/ C'reek ami Bomadcrry.' _ e : ' rjlENDEUS will bo r- :oived by - this Council Jb till SATURDAY, li| 11 tli OCTOBEE, at noon, for tho follJwing '\ r-I'ks, viz.':— ? : -..'-w To procu...

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Meeting to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

.. - 03' Meeting- to be Held. No. 70, L.OJj.;'Torrara, moots on Eriday, Ootobor 31, at 7.30 p.m. $fe AND SIIO A in A VEN ADVERTISER. Published every TTltursjIay Morning. THUESDAY, OCTOBEE 2, 1879.

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COLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

' COLONIAL'. - A crushing of, 25 ton's froirf tlio prospecting : claim, Bosotto roof, C'ojieland North, yioldod, 29 I oz. ;? and a crushing of 20 tons from No. 1 East i Morning Star, yielded 13 oz. A fourth Pastoral Lottor from Dr. Vauglian, on tlio Education Quostion, appoars in tho Sydney papers of Saturday last. . Tho amount , rocoivod for admittance to tlio Exhibition, and ior rolreslimontpurpososin con noction with tho samo, up to Wodnosday last was £6S13, boing an averago of about £1000 por day. 30,000 persons visited tlio Exhibition on Saturday last, which was tho first shilling day. . A man named Thomas Coopor died, at Covowa from excossivo drinking. Ilo'had also drunk a pint of korosono, which was tlio principal causo of his death.. : . i Tho rush at Queon's Lead, fivo miles from Eorbos, is looking up. Gilinartin's party at No. 3, south of Prospoctors, liavo washed 3A dwts. from two dishos of dirt, .and tho gold can bo soon all through. It is expected that a good run will b...

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Intelligence in Brief. EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

, Intelligence in Brief. * F J EUROPEAN. Princo Bismarck is very popular in Vionna, where ho lias had interviews with tlfti Emporor ot Austria lind his Ministers. Those iritorviows' liavo been highly satisfactory to all partios, and it is understood that an alliance has been onterod into, which is intended to check Eussian aggressiveness. Hostility towards Eranco , is disavowed, and Austro-Gorman friendship is oxtonded to England. Princo Bismarck is arranging a favourable tariff botweon Germany and Austria. v The Daily News reports that Princo Bismarck has submitted to Austria a plan for a general European disarmament. Authentic intelligence has boon . received in London of tho defeat of tho Eussian troops by tho Tokko-Turcomans at Gukkh Tope. The Bussians havo since fallen back, having, it is stated, lost 700 moil. Intelligence has boon rocoivod of an attack by tho Afghans on tho British convoys marching to Khushi. The scene of tho oncountor was beyond ali ouioyi. Princo Bismarck, ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

BiOCAIi IlTEW-IfiEXCE., Publication Received. — Wo have received an ' Exhibition Cataloguo' issued by a firm of wholesale druggists and chemists, of Sydney, and admirably lithographed, and doubtless printed, by S. T. Leigh, and Co., of Sydnoy, which firm liavo earned a good namo as litho graphors. Improved Navigation.— Captain Craig, in charge of tho Shoalhavon Pilot Station, reports that the recont fresh in tho shoalhavon llivor has considerably improved tho Crookhavon and Shoalliaven bars, particularly that o£ tho latter, on which thoro is at tho prosont timo ovor 15 feet at low water, with a channel about GOO yards wide. Deeds of Grant. — It is notified for public information, that Deeds of Grant, recoived from the 1st April, 1879, to tho 30tli Juno, 1879, under tho Eoal Property Act, in favour of tho undermentioned persons, aro ready for dolivory upon payment of tho Assuranco Poo whon not already paid to tho Crown Lands Agent. Appli cation for delivery (if in writing) must be at...

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The International Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

' The Intcrnationnl Exliillitlon. fFrom the Bathurst Free Press J . ?However' ..easy and ontortaming tho task of inspecting tho multitudinous and variod exhibits on viow within tho walls of tho G anion Palaco may bo, that of describing what lias boon in spoctcd is not at all easy. Ono does not know where . to commonco, and when a commencement, lias boon hiado ho is troubled with tho fear that ho will nevor'got through his task. If I woro to follow tho oxamplo of tho prossmon of Sydney and ontor into detail of manufacture, price, &c., ot ovon tno oniot articles on.voiw m tno sovoral courts, I should need to tako permanent quarters in this now famous city: but that would novor do, and I am suro tho readers of tho Free Press would grow as tired of reading as I should bo of writing. In ono sense, howovor, it is for tunate for thoso who havo undortaken the task of reporting upon this World's Eair that there is such variotv and such .quantity. They can commonco at either of four c...

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Shoalhaven Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. (BEFORE their Worships, Z. G. Bice, and B. Brown, Esqs.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 2 October 1879

Shoalliaven 1'olice Court. Tuesday, September 30. (Before thoir Worships, Z. G. Bico, and B. v. , Brown, Esqs.) DRUNK and .disorderly. Eliza Thomason ploaded guilty to two charges — being drunk and disorderly, and making use of obsceno languagoin a public placo on tho 26th ultimo. Pined us for oach offonco, in dofault, 48 hours in tho lock-up. Ellon Collins (in custody), pleaded guilty to a charsro of boiiur drunk and disordorlv at Terrara, on tho afternoon of tho 28th ultimo. Pined 5s, in dofault, 24 hours in tho lock-up. . BREACH OF THE TUBLICAN's A0T.v' Patrick Ilyan appearod on information laid by constable Morris, charging dofondant , with hav ing kopt .his -licensed: houso , opon during pro hibited hours on Sunday, tho 2,Stli ultimo. .. Dofondant pleaded not guilty ; novor having opened : his houso on Sunday silico n it was licensed. ; ? - Constablo Morris doposed : On tlio day : men tioned in tho information ho was on duty at Torrara, botweon tho hours of 2 and:3 o'clock p.m....

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