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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS aro reminded that the price of the Courier'per quarter is now FIFTEEN SHILLINGS, to be paid In advance. (AGENTS will pliose to note the above.)

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GAYNDAH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GAYNDAH, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

GAYNDAH. mr (from our own correspondent.) Ma Gayndah, Junk 22. The Queensland meet ls just about to take place, and the excitement mid expectation for the coming event reminds one of thc sporting days ol' oki. The different owners ol' the horses are, ac- cording to their own statement, suns ol' n prize; but no doubt somo will look rather blank after the moos are over. The following horses will run i? Play Hoy, Hen Bolt, ltioler, North Star, Lucy, Jlnrold, Hazeldean, i'lcllpse, Cruiser, inconstant, Headsman, Lottery, Coronet, Huntsman, Faugh-a llallagh, Spitfire, lluplinzjird, uri) some others tho mimes of which I could pot ascertain. Police CouUT.-^-LWfuro M. 'Haynes, Jim., P.M., G. Mlllott, 1). .ii. Moreton, W. Wood, A. 0. Grunt, Bbrjs.?"Walker"«hU Murphy v, M'Lwnany;Go., for unlawfully impounding a mob of cattle. The evidence taken in ?this case was very voluminous and occupied the court n loiig time; The plaintiffs wanted to prove that the cuttle were driven away from a piece of ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

Australian Furniture, Floorcloth, Carpet, and Bedding Warehouse, 100, KING-STREET, SYDNEY. tfo'm BUSH, «Emii»qe», §OM,«fcCo. BEG to inform their friends and customers, both in town nnd country, that they have always on hand and for SALIS a large and well selected assortment of Euul'sb and colonial-made FURNITURE, consisting of? Drawing-room solas, in rosewood and walnut. wood Ditto, lounges, ditto ditto Easy and other chairs, ditto ditto Round and oval loo tables, ditto ditto Plate kIuss front and back cheffoniers, with marble tops ditto ditto Piauiifurtes mid music stouts, ditto ditto Canterbury »nd other description of whatnots ditto ditto Fancy sofa and other Wiles, ditto .ditto Occasional and fancy chairs, ditto ditto Sycamore and walnutwood folding- chairs Davenports, in walnut and rosewood Chimney glasses, various sizes Dining-room sofas and lounges, covered in hair-seating und leather Dinitig-rooni easy chairs, in leather Dining-room hair-seated and leather-covered chairs Can...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

Kiocnl HmteJBijLjeaaee, Tun Attorney-General.? Although no official statement has been made confirmatory of the rumor current on Thursday, as to the resignation of office by thc Hon. the Attorucy Gencral, there can bc no doubt that the re- port was founded on fact; and it transpired yesterday that tho resignation had not been ¦accepted, nnd that Mr. Pring had consented to retract it, and remain in office. The Annexation Movement in New Eng- land.?A correspondent, writing from Ten- terfield, under dato June 25th, states that the petition to thc Queen for the annexation of that district to Queensland bas received bc tweon GOO and 700 signatures, and will be forwarded to England by the July mail. Copies of tho petition aro to he forwarded to Sir George Bowen and Sir John Young. A Correction.?In thc few remarks wc mado yesterday with regard to tho reported assignation of thc Attorney -General, wu stated that that gentleman would havo been alone in his opposition to thc reduction of the ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

Mechanics* Institute. SOUT, H bTi S B AN E. SHAKSPERLA.N bikT MISCELLANEOUS READINGS, by Messrs. H. Hoquton.T. 0.; Bryant, D. Peterson, H. Glassock, and other members of the Institute. Seenes from "Hamlet" and "Merchant of ¦Venice "on MONDAY EVENING NEST, the 8th instant. Commence at eight o'clock; admission free. - J. S. GRAY; Hon. See. In the Supreme Court of Queensland. IN INSOLVENCY. In the Estate of PHILIP HARDGRAVE, of Brisbane, in the Colony of Queens- land, Shoemaker, an Insolvent.   TAKE NOTICE that PHILIP HARDGRAVE, of Brisbane, in the Colony of Queensland,   Shoemaker, the above-named Insolvent, intends to apply to the Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland, on THURSDAY, the twenty-ninth day of August next, at eleven o'clock in the fore- noon that a CERTIFICATE may be granted to him in terms of the Act of the Governor and Legislative Council of New South Wales, 7 Victoria, No. 19.'   Dated the 5th day of July, 1861. DANIEL FOLEY RO...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

WANTED a strong nnlive LAD, tn drive a Baker's Cart. Apply to AMOS GLOVEK, Georg<vstreet, WANTED ii C<>V,K and LAUNDKliSS. Apply I* jir, R, DUUGLAS, Kangaroo Point. . V\l ANTKD a KUKSK: G111L, of 12 or 14 Vi yetirsofoge. Apply to AIM. S. PETER- SON, South Brisbane. '. ¦ , i WAJSTuD thieu or four good JulNliKS. Apply at the Buildings of A. HODGSON, Esq., Giorge-otreet. W ANTKD a competent COOK, for the Metro p'litaii Hotel, Kdwaid-aireit. Apply ut once to tho Proprietor, JAMrii *MOONKl. W' ANTED ii PAIH SA WYEHS to Cut about IO.0UO feet of Pine in town.?G. F, WHITE, Albert-street. VTTANTKD, a Four or Five Roomed COT VV TaGE, in or nour the town. Apply to HOPKINS & OKA v\FOKD. WANTED one or two hands to make FISH- ING NETS. Apply to Mr. WALKER, Oyster Rooms, Queen-Street. \\WANTED an Active Young MAN, acus   »T tomed to the BUTCHERING BUSI NESS. Apply to WILLIAM BAYNES, South Brisbane. il ANTKD to RENT, 0000 to 8000 KW ES, '» from two to s...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, July 5. ?? The Speaker took tho chair at ten minutes past three. POSTPONEMENT. On the motion of Mr. LILLEY the report of tho Standing Orders Committee was post- poned till Tuesday next. Mr. CRIBB also postponed the motion standing in his name. MORETON BAY TRAMWAY COMPANY. Mr. COXEN brought forward the motion standing in his name. " 1. That thc Tramway Company Bill ho referred for tho considera- tion and report of the select committee. 2. That such committee consist of thc following members:?Thc Honorable the Colonial Sccrc tnry, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Royds, Mr. Ferrett, Mr. Fleming, Mr. Raff, and tho mover. Tho motion was seconded by Mir. R. CRIBB. Mr. MOFFATT, in proposing that thc com- mittee should bo appointed hy ballot, said that perhaps it would not he out of place to mako tho inquiry whether it would bc compe- tent for members of thu house connected with tho company to bo appointed to thc select committee. Tho SPEAKER replied that in his opinion it wou...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

Steam to Sydney. miiiTTELTtlGRAPH frnm I tho A. S.N. Co.'a New ^ Wharf, on TUESDAY NEXT IP-July 9il>. Steerage Fares Reduced to £3. GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. For 8ydney. THE Schooner JEANNIE DOVG, on or about SATURDAY, 6th instant. For freight or passago, George raff & co., . Agents. ^lOOBEWARD. -TTTE tho undersigned, hereby offer a Reward VV 'of One Hundred Pounds to any person «fcnmaveive suoh information ns will convict ?»nartT or parties of libing stolen any horaeB or Jttle belonging to ns from either of the under- mentioned runs, or elsewhere. ¦¦:¦¦ A WEINHO LT, Maryvale. ¦ .¦ O & W. DAVIDSON, Onnniujr Downs. MARSHALL & DEUCHAR, Glengallon. j. W- BUCKLAND.' Rosenthal. ?""?" notice! ~ £10 REWARD. STOLEN or- STRAYED from Mosrnn, Weir Uiver near Onlnndoon, Darling Downs Dis Wot, ft Ray HORSE, branded HM mw shoulder, and saddle marked on near side. 1 ho above re ward «ill be paid, if stolon on eonviotion. and £5 if strayed.on delivery to Charles Wealherall or ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

CtonimeBrclnl ffnteSlBgence. Fwday Evening. Wb are indebted to the courtesy bf thc Colonial Treasurer for a copy of the comparative statement of-the Consolidated Revenue and special fundB for * the quarters ending 30th June, I860 and 1861 re- spectively. Want of space in our present issue, for the publication of the statement ix extbkso, obliges us to content ourselves with a summary of the se- veral heads of revenue. In our next we will pub- lish thc complete statement, and thereafter such remarks as may be suggested by a more careful perusal of its contents. The following nre the several heads of Revenue, and the total amount received under each beading for the quarters ending 30th Jane, I860 and 1861:? June, 1860. June, 1861. Customs .£14,57 713 5 £16,241 3 0 Land Revenue. 21,316 18 4 27,053 4 0 Postage. 1,121 7 8 2,071 14 4 Licences . 2,244 IO 0 2,460 ll 0 Kines, &c. 213 15 9 190 7 4 Bents, exclusive of Land . 68 15 II 40 16 8 Harbour Dues. 100 8' 7 131 9 8 Immigration R...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) FRIDAY (YESTERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 July 1861

IPSWICH. winy (most onn own wnnrcsr.-iNnrair.) the ' ¦ Friday (YESTtamAY). Tire eases in the Petty Debts Court wre thus dis-; pencil ol':?Samuel Paris v..Charles Brown; dis-: missed. ? W. .Munro Smith v." A. H. Blair; for plaintiff, £-1 15s. W. M. Smith v. John M'iJeod ; for plaintiff, £2 15s. AV. M. Smith v. Catherine Funning ; fur plaintiff, £4 7s. Gd. Joseph Fleming v. Henry Skinner; for plaintiff, £9153.7(1. David Ansell v. Joseph Postletbwuita; for plaintiff, £1 3s. John Pettigrew v. Patrick Mitennninva; settled out of court. Same v. Henry Skinner; for plaintiff, £0 10s. lld., and 5s. costs. Same v. William Conroy; for plaintiff, £4 12s. Sid. Same v, Messrs. Murali and Rowe; settled out of court. Rnrriuglnn nnd Webb v. William Crnies; for plaintiff, £4 8s. 4d. John Ilaekslmll v. D. Ansell; no appearance of. plaintiff. Thomas Boyland v. Henry Kilner. In this ouse Mr. Pettigrew was the real plaintiff, as having purchased Mr. Boyland'a debts. The claim amounted to £5 4s., and whs ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GAYNDAH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GAYNDAH, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

GAYNDAH. (roost our. ows coimespoxdext.) Gavndaii, Junk 29. Our Gayxd.ui Race Mel'Tin'o is now over, and wc have had most excellent sport. All persons present agree that it has been thc best mooting ever held in Gayndah, and, with tho exception perhaps of tho last North Australian Meeting at Ipswich, the host that has over taken place in Queensland. The amount of public money paid away in prizes, the first-class character of thc different horses, thc closeness of tho racing, and the spirited hot- ting on all the principal events, all go to con- firm this opinion. There have been an im- mense number of events, bots made, and a largo amount of money must have changed hands ; but still, owing to most of the book- makers having both won and lost on Lucy, there are not many heavy losers. The wea- ther lias buen beautiful, and tho course, although some few days before tho races commenced in had condition and very much cut ii]), was, thanks to tho untiring energy of the Clerk of the Course...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND MAILS. ARRIVAL and DEPARTURES of MAILS at the General Post Office, Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

QTJEEN3LAXD MAILS. ,1 Arrival and Da'AKnjRKof- Maim at the General (gs Post.OtUcu, Brisbme. TOST TOWN'S. Auburn... Callandoon (Gundawlnd:i) Casino nnd Grafton ... Clovelntid Condamine ... ... Tiftlby ... Drayton ... finyihih . Oli»l>tnno . |jKWill!j ... J-rvhurn.... Merill ... ... ;..; Khli'HllgO Miirloirmwl" Maryborough ... Mary bingil ... Itockhanu.t',n and Fort Denison Surat and Ya."rowa ... Vfestwood and Xulnlbin ... MAILS CLOSE AT BI.TSMA.VK. i Monday at 1 'run. Monday at 1 p.m. ' .Monday nt 8 pm." '-. .Monda/ at 1 30 n.m. Monday at 1 p.m. Monday nt I p m. Monday al 1 p.m., and Friday at 1.15 p.m. ¦Tuesday nt t pm. Hy steamer every alternate Tuesday Daily at 1.30 f.m. Monday at 1 p.m. My steamer Kaw le; 3 times a weale. ? Tuesday nt 1 ;> ni... By st'.-.iuer on'i.v ivcry alternate Tuesday ' Uy ateaiio-r every. alternate. Tuesday ! *Via Ipswicirnnd Nanango on Tuculayat 1 p.m. j By steamer every alternate. Tuesday ! Monday nr) pm. j Monday at 1 pm. j fa'nndav and Friday at 1...

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THE NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

THE NATIVE POLICE COMMITTEE. oin,?upon wnat you would call irre- fragable evidence, I "am informed that the now notorious and most precious Native Polico Committee seems determined to stick at nothing?nothing -which men who are less than gentlemen can do?to further the ends they have been so faithfully accused of. It may sound almost incredible to your readers?it will read quite so all through tho colonies?but it is nevertheless fi fact, that witnesses- who have tho folly to appear before that Committee with tho expectation of being allowed to say all they know respect- ing " tho valuablo and necessary protective l''orco "?(aide thc Governor's speech)?nre by no means encouraged to clo so; and fur- ther, that they are subjected to the atrocious and unparalleled treatment of being interro- gated as to whether they are thc authors of such and such letters against the force which Vivo npnonrcd in tho press with feigned signatures. Can tile House?or a section of tho House ?descend lower ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weekly Calender. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

H^eeltlj- Ciilendair. Hum Water at Eri-baxk. Days. Monday .... Tuesday .... Wednesday Thursday.... Friday... Saturday... Suniliiv.. Morn.1 ll 0 'll 24 ll 50 | 0 1G 0 42 1 2S 2 20 3 10 4 0 I 4 1 Si 2 40 3 .13 4 'ii G 52 li 52 (i fi2 0 52 6 52 .6 51 6 51 Our.Sylnoy Corrps|Kiiident's "Notes" are neces- sarily deferred until to-morrow.

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Letters to the Editor. THE WARWICK "SQUARE." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

Iietfers to the EjBitoa*. on -«- oft THE WARWICK "SQUARE." Silt,?I am at present laboring under an at- tack of " coldswent"?that most disagreeable of sensations brought on mo hy dampness and disappointment. Those paragons of taste, my redoubtable J.P's., whom I so belauded in my last lotter to you, nnd in whose classic tastes I placed tho most unbounded confi- dence, hove basely betrayed my trust in thom, and carelessly flung my " square" to tho tender mercies of the " Goths." Nay moro, to mako their outrage moro llngrant, they have recommended tho government to com- mence those public buildings (viz., tho court- house, tho gao!, and tho gallows) without further delay, and that tho said buildings shall ornnmont the Gothic (or south-oust,) corner of tho " square" I have spent the last fivo minutes perplex- ing myself with tho endeavor tn explain tho cause of this treasonable dufectiou of my J.IVs to my intorests?nnd I trust not unpro- fitably, ns I have arrived at this sapient and ve...

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The Courier. MONDAY, JULY 8, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

Mjt' burier, MOXPAY, JULY 8, 1801. . cit Before I ho Bill for regulating the Im- pounding of Cattle comes further uudcr the consideration of tim Legislature, it ¦luay-iB.ot'.'he amiss to elicit an expression of public opinion as to tho principles upon which snell an Act should rest, by adverting at this limo to one or two rnther important points. Inasmuch us cattle, next to .".heep, aro the most important element in.tho mute rial wealth ol' this colony, a particular in .which our economy in sonic dogroe re- sembles timi, which trajiuniversal in the first ages of the world's history, it needs no uncommon .sagacity to see that the prosperity of the colony is in a great measure dependent upon an equitable and well con'sidori'tl' distribution of the pasturage. ? According to th unalterable laws of supply ¦ aud, demand, pasturage increases in valr- oy becoming moro sou ree-the nearer it is to towns or the. centres ot population; and from the large number of horses kept by llie inhabitant...

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THE IPSWICH VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

THE IPSWICH VOLUNTEERS. Sir.?In the North Australian of to-day, some very foolish individual signing himself a " Volunteer" has been permitted to charac- terise my statement respecting tho different suggestions made by members of thc corps, with respect to the appropriation of the possi- ble grant for a uniform as " .ill humbug." I beg to state that every word of what I wrote was true to thc letter, and that all the sugges- tions I mentioned (excepting tho last one, which I gave as my own) ema- nated from other members of the corps, and not from me. " A Volunteer" states that " nothing of the kind has been he fore the corps." On the contrary, a formal motion on the subject was made and discussed with considerable animation, at thu meeting of tho corps on Wednesday night last, and was withdrawn, in consequence of the mani- fest aversion of thc corps to take any aetion at present in the matter. Thus, al- though not precisely in thc form in which I stated it, the matter was formally br...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

Conihierria I 1 ntel If Reetce. :Mr. It. Cnniu. s:>!d on Saturday, at thc 'AlSiN. ,Co."s,'.vfli:'irf, )il)0 bushels maize, nt ~>i. Od.'por bushel, and at his yards, a team'of - bullocks,' at £8 clich ; also, a maro, nt £1!). -'-. Mr. A. Martin sold on Saturday, a quan- tity of maize, nt, Gs., bags ls. 2d. cadi; her- rings in casks, ht li's. Gd. per cask ; S cases "lobsters, . 2-lb. ,tins.,.nt 18s. Gd. to 13s. per '" dnzeriV G boxes raisins, nt 4Jd. to Gd. per lb.; bottled alo, at Gs. per dozen ; butter, nt Od. to '??¦lOd.'per lb.; 1 casoEloma figs, at 3Jd. per' lb."; pearl, harley, 2:Js. per c\vt.; colonial cheese, Gd; par lb.; matches, at ,15s. per gross; 6 tlozon' iron buckets, 18s. to 2~s. Gd. per dnzou. Also, furniture, draper}', and sundries, ?ut fair rates. ." . , . / . Mr.' Ri Davidson sold on Saturday, fancy ? ' poultry, at from 7s. Gd. to ¦>{)*. poi- hoad. Mr. .1. Hopkins sold on .Saturday, sevoral lots of horses, &c.i nt full rates.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

278 ? '.ll *K 8awn Timber. THE following are the PRICES of PINE and HARDWOOD TIMBcR a th]-. Mill : ?Pine Flor,ring, weather, and lininc boards, scant- ling, and -battens at IC- 8,1 per 100 feet Board*, 12 x 1, ut 17>-6il. Hoards wirier charg-d extra., at rate of ii. per loot fdr --every four inches. Birdwood scantling, at 22s per 100'feet, for lengths not above" 14 feet; 14 to 18 feet, at ; va, j 23s j 18 to 22 feet, at 24s. Hardwood boards, at 24s per 100 feet Flooring and lining, planed, 21 s 9d Ditto and ditto planed, tongued and grooved, 22^ Boards, 12 x 1, champered, rab., and placed 23s 6d ' Cedar Boards, J-inch thick, Sd per foot . ? |-inob ? 3jd ? ? J-inch ?. 3£d ? -¦ ?' 1 -inch ? 4 d ^ ? -lj-inoh ? 43d " ,,.,-,, H-inoh ,, .' .; " ;;?'¦ if-inoh ? z'i >? :".. .!? 2-inch «*4 » oTinX. * - ,6 ,0 20 "es at id. 20 to ' r? aoi?,- 8t ^. 24 to 28 inches at ld, 28 ' i«'rJi. . ^"H^. 32to36inobesatljd. ; ,lnreru«_rnd damsged timb-r at from 10s. per *00 feet and upwards, according ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 8 July 1861

WA^T?5.-JA,INERH- a.pp^' to li0IlliKT POUTfcR, Quecn-streot." U'ANTED aGi'NRBaLSEHVANT. Apply VV to Mrs. JOHN STKi'HKNS, South Bris- bane : or tu ' fliei- nf this paper, Ur ANTED a 'J bree or Fuiir-ruumed COT Vt ' TAG'K,'iii town or'siibiirbs. Applt to Air. CAMPION, Tobacconist, Queen-street. WANTED a strong active LAD, to drive a   Baker's Cart. Apply to AMOS GLOVER,   George-street, WANTED a COOK and LAUNDRESS. Apply lo Mr.R. DOUGLAS, Kangaroo   Point.   WANTED competent COOK for the Metro.   pelinin Hotel, Edward-steet. Apply at   once to the Proprie or. JAMES MOONEY. \4 ANTED.i PAIR SAWYERS to Cut about VV 10.0110 f.ict of Pino, in town.?G. P. WHITE,' Ailii-rr-sti-cbt. W-ANTKI), n tfenr or Five Roomed COT Ta GK, in or tie»r the town. Apply to HOPKINS* ORA" FORD. it:-ANTED T«o HUI.M>< K-DRIVERS, tu > V gu by lld- (i'o-innrio»*«) -n uini-r lu Riu-k lumiptou. Apply lo ARTHUR MARTIN, Auc- ...

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