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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

NOTICE. i Foison I Poison 1 1 Foison lit OK ACCOUNT of the WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION of CORN and other Vegetables by Vermin, I am reduced to th«» ¡ necessity of destroying them by POISON. ,>1 therefore giv>»»jioticjô that I have poisoned, Patohes of CORNTSr-WiUMPKtN on the East side of the grounoY known as NORRIS'S SE- ' LECTION. People driving Cattle' through, er' having Cattle running about, must be Careful, or put up with the Consequoneea. VINCENT NORRIS. April 4th, 1877. *..,.. To Let, Fig-tree farm, §ITUATED on the right'bank .of SOUTH RICHMOND RIVER, about three miles ow WORAM} arid "for some years: lately in the occupation of Mn. WOOD, Farmer. This FARM .ooitains 85 aores of, the RICHEST ALLUVIAL and MOST PRODUCTIVE SOIL to be met with in any part of the District. It is, all CLEARED,' and, with slight exception, has all been under the cultivation of the Plough, producing over 100 bushels jpf MAIZE to tho Acre. It is well protected from Frost, being almost surrounded bV the ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

THE EASTERN QUESTION. . The unexpected dismissal of Midhat Pasha from the post of Grand Vizier took place on the 5 th instant. He -was sent for to the Seraglio, the seals of office were then taken from him, and he was put on board a Turkish man-of-war, which conveyed him to Brindisi,' where he ariived lasfc Sunday^ Hé;hás"sinde proceeded to Naples, where he will stóy for the present. . Edheira Pasha'was ; appointed his successor, but it is belie ved that he cannot long hold thé office. For three days all sorts of rumours were circulated in Constantinople' and elsewhere, relative to Midhat's downfalls It was alleged , that he had been" plotting against the Sultan, and wished - to make himself Dictator. . The . Sultan . himself has answered Count Zichy .that there was no truth in this ; and it is now understood that Midhat's constitutional views were too thorough, and that the Sultan was averse to his power being curtailed.; Midhat himself attributed his removal to Prussian intrigues ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Twins. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

\i The Twins A fond" mother '-whoJ owns" a'pair'of twins went out to do a little shopping tho othor day; leaving-' heridárlings in charge ? of à lady friend.. Sdon--after."her departure i twin No. I-'- set up, a squeal,' and'the lady took it up to try and quiet it, when 'twin No.-2.commenced to howl.. The lady was distracted; she could'only handle ono twin-at a. timo, and no soonor ; would she j get oho of " them- soothed "than tho other ;would turn loose, and tlion both would 'make Home hewl in chorus. - The ' lady was nearly beside herself ; she was alone - in tho house, had' never ownW twins herself," and "was consequently iiiox porienced"'in rthat species of animals.-- She - was deliberating on the i)"roprièty of strang ding one of thom and smothering the othor, when she heard tho front door open. Herc ¡was relief at last. It must 'be her brother :that came in WOB her thought ; and acting ' oh this sho rushed !up. to a young man who. had v. just entered tho 'door, and:excitedly ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

PRESB'ÏTERIAN CHURCH OF ' EASTERN; AUSTRALIE. - - The Kev. HUGH LIVINGSTONE wiU.(D.V.) . "-' -* preach, at- ' !> ¡»-»<k ¿* LISMORE-On Sunday, April 8th, at ll o.m., Kí¿^d^;Wyrallahísr at 13 ip.-m^swaOTB^'ada.y»; Ballina, April 10,-at ll n.m., and Alston ville, at 4 p.m.11:JWardell, April 16th, at 7'30 p.m. The Rev.\I?; MAOKAY ?will (D.V.) preach at LI8M0REÍ-0n Wednesday, April ll, at 7'30 p.m."; Casino, April 15, at ll a.m>, and 7

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In the Dark. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

lu the Dark. DURING tho 'representation of the Diorama, at the School of Arts, , last evening,'; one of those little incidents occured, which alleviate the stern monotony of this work-a^day world. For the benefit of those lovers, who haye not as yet honoured this charming entertainment with their patronage we. may as. well state; that during the exhibition of the pictures the ballia left in total darkness, nota glimmer of light is to be seen anywhere, but on the stage, and at times, the deep interest attached to ; the show is somewhat marred by mys terious sounds as" of imperfectly suppressed giggles, and now and anon such phrases as "Don't Henry I". "Kiss me, Kate I" ,"Now then, Robert !" which go off like crackers in various parts of the auditorium. lJa\v;it. happened that a certain gentleman, < said-to belong to one of our drapery establishments, last, night escorted a certain.. lady (whose profession is that of dispenser of refreshing fluids at a woll-known Tiotel) to...

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Arab Land. THE NILE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

Arab Land.. : ','THÉ NILE: VALLEY. . Mr Williams, in a lecture oh the above subject recently delivered, prefaced his re marks oy a brief description of tho Valley , of the Nile, w-hich-he-said was less thun' eight miles -wide on the average, and 500 , miles- long.; a mere strip of verdure : bounded* by two rcpellant mountainous deserts.. In addition- to supporting, a population of nearly four millions of peo ple, ,it exports annually about five million bushels of wheat, while its total annual exportation- of cereals aggregate over' £4,000,000.- How is this wonderful fer tility obtained and perpetuated ? By the miracle of irrigation-tlie same miracle that some day not far distant will convert our own broad valleys into a garden of tho gods. Did thc people of Egypt rely solely upon tho annual but unequal and capricious overflow of the Nile, tho coun try would beyond question relapse into tho desert state.. Tlie wholo valley is a complote network of irrigating canals ; yet every drop o...

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A Duel at the Piano. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

A Duel at the Piano; Despite all the pretensions of-Liszt,-his incredible pride, his grandiose charlatanism, his airs of a hero ol' românee,-his strange musical theories-despite all, his supe riority as an artist makes one forget his unmanly weaknesses. All thc great ar tÍ8ts,-witívtme'ex?ceptibn of Chopin, have made ono and .thc samo response, " O, Lisztl he is the master of us all!" Others havo possessed talent purer, more perfect, moro sympathetic ; but no one has had to the same degree that electricity,, that mu sical magnetism which impassions and carrios away an audience. It often hap pened, if distracted, and over-excited or unwell, that Liszt played poorly enough ; but when he willed-when he was in-thc mood for it-when he concentrated all his forces to striko a grand coup, and having his musical poem in his head} his heart-at his fingers' ends, hi his nerves, holaunched it liku a thunderbolt upsra-tho bewildered and thrilled audience. He produced effects arrived at by no oth...

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Household Items. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

Household Items. THE Eight, Way to . Uso Glycerine. Keep a small ' bottfo of "glycerine near: the placo .where; you '.habjtually;\wash' your hands, and before wiping them,' put ono or two drops'of glycorino on ' the wet palm and rub the hands 'thoroughly': with: it. as if it: were soap,: and;' then: dry lightly .with a towel.' ; ; : ??'.. 'i BniEl' HIKTS.-A neat way to clean black lace is tb wash it in skimmed milk, not rubbing, but. simply squeezing it. When it'seems clean,'take it out and put. it'into *i little clean milk,' and 'then put ' it out . directly on slieots of " stout ' paper. Touch it;here and there with," the fingersi to! draw " outr tho scollops and 'edges, lay' sheets or paper over the lace, .and ' a heavy weight over all till dry. ? Wall-soreens. fdr washstands may- Be made of white enamelled cloth (plain, not marbled);-. Five-eighths of ai yard" will make a screen for tho washstand^' and .'a long, narrow screen i for the wall in tho neighborhood of the Blop-jiir. ...

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Turning the Tables. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

Turning the Tables^ Ho came in briskly and sat down'with a jerk.. One erfd'of his paper' collar reared over his left ear ;? a qualmy smell of last week's clothes hung-' about him; He turned his glass eyo upon us,, and loosen j ing his India-rubber tongue,, he cpm j inenced : "Tho Universal' History of thc Uni verse-in 2000 instalments-fifty cents nu instalment-300 engravings-" "Stop, myfriend. Restrain tho intel lectual flow-dam up that torrent ni elo quence. Listen to- mo-do you- know 'what* has-come to me since 1' saw you. last? ItWas in Oct»--"'\ ' '.'" ." Bnt, sir," interrupted tho book, agent; "yon never saw me before V "Never saw you? Impossible {' Could' ' any one who- hail' once gazod' on. those noble lineaments ever-forget them ? Could' that coy-wart on, tho nose ever bo for gotten, or that eloquent molo orr your iron jaw; Never, never! If was in Octo ber that.I met you last.. Blessed' October -that month of ripeness and' sober, passion-!' Do you know, of all the months .m ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

..PRINTUíG. ;tsr>© TÍO E.. ' rriHE . '^NORTHERN ^STAR" :is »publishea-«lt J- LISMORE, ¡in the RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT, every SATURDlßT HORNING, «na ¡is 'despatched by tho first Maila to all parts »«ff .tho Djatrict and'Colony. ' Tl»'.Advertising Seáis ...willbe m follows :-. ?? .w'-: ?', ? ??<'? - ,'<? o . ??? ? ?<?? ?.'..?! à/ au! U First indi, (eight ' lines)'tond under ;v«ï' 0! 0 Every.additional inch ? : j-, .71 .0' O Births, Marriages, anU^Deaths'.; .'.'.. ri .0/ ."A liberal allowance will be made'for'BtianSmK I Advertisements, but no'lower rate wiU:' to '_aooaptoH; | than'!«..an inch.. . .; ft .¡I .¡IV«' I, '^Tabular- advertisements-will' be charged dóúblb tho above rates. ¡.nc '. i ' \ ? . jj 'táSío' advertisement wiB bb , boöfced'{io, a''non sùbscriber for a less charge than'2s: 'BSU ' ' JTho ¿umber of insertions must bo written on thc íace «Sf teach advertisement, otherwise they will bo ?published until countermanded, t and charged for. a...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. From the Australian Associated Press Sydney, April 2 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

LATEST TELEGRAMS* {{¡Ftom the Australian- Associated Frets.) Sydney, April 2. '" '" "The following aire the results of the jaruici ípal events, at Randwick Meeting, to hand, Hurdle Race.,-Golburn, 1 ; Quicksilver, ?2;, Gaffer Gray, ,3.' !, .M I Autumn Stakes.-Pride, of the Hills, Democrat, Sunlight, - - .-,i ? *> . .' n Champagne Stakes.:--Chester, Expectation, ? - Royalty, -J . ? >-. ?-. i \ ? . ? M ?. ; ? . ??.. ¡. H- * ? Ledger.-Chrysolite;Adelaide, Queensland; r fifteen started. Doncaster Handicap.-Speculation) Làertea Dockford. ' ' r '"' " ' 1 '''' < ' " ' . Trial Stakes.-Waterford, Moira;; Wolston. April 4. : Flying Handicap.-Speculation, Laertes, Telegraph. ¡ -. '. ¡i. >J. ! f- . J .:i ?Maiden Stakes.^-Signora, Fernhill, Faith. Selling Plate.-Kitty, Liberty, Belmore. W avérley ' ' ' Stakes.-Waterford, Lor ton, . ..Fawn... . , .-, ? \-? -'i ,? >? ' Breeder's; iPlatar-f Chester,,- Royalty, Habenoj . .-v ? ;ü.l ? -»..> ?..-'» ; - The1 Gup.-Kingfisher,-'...

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The Witch, of Harleston. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

Tlie Witch, of Harles ton, It was a market clay at Northampton. Tho town was unusually full, for trade was flourishing, and throngs of people had coma from adjacent districts either to buy or sell. As tho day advanced, tho bustle and clamor in tho streets mid in tho market place bogan to subside. Many who had risen before dawn, and who had stood for long wearisome hours, began to wend their way homeward. As tho day wus drawing to a close, tho hostler of tho " George Inn" brought a well-groomed bay maro to tho front entrance of that well-known public place of resort. Ina minute or so al'tor this u good-looking pleasant-spoken gentlemun, of some seven and twenty summers, emerged from the house. He wus, however, not unaccom panied. Several of his friends- and boon companions had sallied forth- from. tho commercial-room to see him. start on his journey. Whilo nt the doorway an ani mated conversation was kept up ; those in company with a young man rallied him upon his taking such un earl...

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The Storyteller. THE NEMESIS OE CRIME. CHARTER II. MR SNIFF ON THE WAR PATH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

THE NEMESIS OE CRIME. Bs YOUNG AUSTRALIA. ClIABTER II.. . "'-'KB SKIPP ÓM-TUE.WAB' PATIU It was not,tho'custom bf thc worthy Mi' Sniff to lot matters sleep;. ' By nature ho was admirably flited'to bc a- sort of jackal' for, others ol' heavier calibro'tliim himself.. lt may bo said that his- lifo was rendered pleasant only,. by scheming and petti fogging meanness.. Take away from hiin these pleasures, and ho would.'soon die of inanition, and .his familiar, scat would. . miss him.. .Thoro ure- always certain seedy patriots . standing' ia- the Parliament yard of this .. good colony of Aurífera, cager to grasp tho hand'of any member, and to take a pint bf beer with, him at that mngriilicént hostelry' across the road',, tho- White Dcor. . ;Hp'wj their hearts fillwithadmiration of «ny liöii.j ' member whoi-dbigns töthe'rh'tho,honor of shouting ...These patrió!»' gonerally liiuig -roundifortlie purnosc'.of being guided: by: circumstances as. to which-BHIO they; mid. many, of ; them: act fo...

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Facts about Air and Mine Ventilation. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

Pacts about: Air. and' Mine' "Ventilation. . At á recent mooting-of 'the/North Stnf fbrflBhire'Mîxjîrig Instituto,'apapor by Mr .?.Wardle} olr'Burslerir" was^read oil - this .subject. Ho said-'tho temperature of the earth increased*''as they -, descended - at about l.°Fah.-:for.evory'oO foot,to GO feet,' Ht' tho-- dêep" coal pit at Dukinfieid, the ! temperature waa constantly ¡75 ? Fáh... af a depth of 2,101.' feet, :and- at a-dop,th'»of 'IV feet it .was only! 1R- . Fahi,-,-which gave mi increase of.l-i°- Fali.-j f6r*cvery 89 feet only.. " The- average ' degree- of- .tempe rature.: o&7, thor eartliti was- ?I-1'- Fob. fónevcry-CSfeot- iñJdoaccrit to n depth of P,8Q0 feet,'- and J afterwards < 1 ° Fall, for. overy-44-íóetí. At 10,0.00 feet- the tempe rature wouldi be.212.°- Fáli.y.providcd . all ' otlren- circurnatances-remained.'¡the same ; ? at 20. mifes,- 1¡7C0 ° ' Fáh. ; 'and ht CO miles ic'wonldlb'e 4,600 P Fah., heat sufficient-to > melt any-known-metal.V T...

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Woodlawn. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). Wilson's Creek, March 29th 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

1 Woodlawn. V.;/,/ n (PROM: A CORRESPONDENT). ' .Wilson's Creek, Mar(íh29th, 1877": "I KNOW nothing that gi vea a man greater pleasure than a farr- and respectable character, if he is conscious that he deserves it. - The estimation of the worthy ia the reward of honest and upright intentions, and-, a ^reward precious as ointment poured forth ; and, notwithstanding the attempts of ' the: malicious,' and bad as .this world is said to he, every good mari will enjoy this reward!"-GENER. ' ;" - > -. "rl'have "not-the Blightesfr" doubt'of tit;-and if ever a man-had-a-wish to realize the sentiments .cóntaüxéd.in.tliose_beautiful lines of " Gener," our young friend Mr.VF.'"C. Currey, by his 'obliging kindness to every person around him, by his attention to his duties as a Teacher,. and by the marked success attending his tuition during the short time óf 'stay among us, I am sure -had that wish at heart, and., is entitled to the senti ments contained, therein j " .need(, I . state ¡tiley ...

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The Northern Star. Lismore, April 7, 1877. DIAGNOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

Lismore, April 7, 1877. DIAGNOSIS. WE have just ¡ received a well goi up pamphlet, of 'sociie 30x pages, under'the above heading, which con tains. . a. < lecture ? given, in February last,vto: the "Medical . Students at tending, the "Melbourne Hospital, by Dr: J. Gj^KANBy,; F;R;G.S.ÏE., Senior Surgían/ on the' occasuHrof .the' presentation of ; gold .and' silver medals < for proficiency* in' operative 'Surgery, adjudged to.certain of the j students who had attended; his (lec tures during the past session. The lecturer explained, the, meaning of thevterm, '^,D,iagnosis",as follows : Diagnosis is the art of rightly interpret ing the signs or symptoms by which diseases and accidents, declare, themselves, and by a knowledge of which we are enabled to diS Mngiiisii one maladyor lesion from all other affections. To attain so high .an accomplish ment in the surgical art,'it is necessary that you should be well versed in the sciences of anatomy, physiology, .and pathol...

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New South Wales Parliament. THURSDAY, 22ND MARCH THE LAST DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

;; Píevr South Wales Parliament. ' . THURSDAY, 22ND MARCH . ' TnE LAST DEDATE. ;¡ .Tte"^PEAKER !fpc¡k'''tíiéchair1 at twenty .nine.mûùrôps pasi..ÍVolo¡cfc^i'"('' , J '' ,' ' ' ' ':* " ;.: Mr! SPEAKER reported a message 'from' the' Legislative: Council, "notifying:its assent to tho .Temporary Supply'Bill'for March. ' "; ,Mr..S. C. BROWN announced Wthe.'House that Mr,/ Parkes had succeeded in forming' the. following"*''Aamttu^lfótióh,1, 'Viz; :[-Mr: Parkes, .Colonial .Secretary j "Mr. Piddington; i Colonial Treasurer;,; Mr.' Driver^ Minister for Lanäs j'[Í,Ír. Hoskins,. Minister for "Works ; Mr.-Samuél, Postmaster-General and 'Bepre séntative¡pf tlíe 'Governmentfin" the'Upper. .Housej ,M¿ 'F. ";Bl "Suttor, ' [Minister- for .Justice"'and .Publiçiinstruction ;: .Mr.1 Lloyd,' Minister,' for Mutes.;' and Mr..J-Windeyer, Attorney-General! ' ; ';'" ' l " ; - i The seats of th'é members of the new Ministry were then severally* declared vacant, j Mr. SSG. BROWN moved that; the House1 ?adjourn...

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Sugar Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

Li-;\ i, .^Sugár Cultivation.'.? 3*HE:föub-wirig letter ^addressed to the-Editor; pf the-'^Clarence Examiner' appeared 'in. a; 9i(tiénâab^^À^i\î^pw^'11 <-;¡í ! . -..,.;- .:( ; ~ BÍ^^^j£EeOT/'bo%.^ KHes*? is na doubt, a' yrféry good^maxim.jàs' ^ goéiíj1 'but" ''son-tie* iquestiónsf^ik^ 'ing^ireB-have ;more*.t^añ 'ï^o^sidés ^'tët&eh^;''ûi 'fact' tiiey '¿avé "four si'des,''which íififl'.-foiriii1 a'square'; and, the sugar, question'îb'eing-'ohe1 bf these, T hopejwill therefore bë'sqdarely'dèbated.'' ' ' We havé'^lrëndy 'had the 'storekeeper ' and,' I. presume, some, one in,the manufacturing interest V mayYI, as a'grow'er, -be'allowed a tlÄ'd 'aide-leaving the'fourth'ior thé consu mer."',, .Sugar1 cultivation 'has ! been'1 only partially ' suc'cess'fiii' on* tho 'Clarence' from many.causes, viz., inexperience 'in' 'cultivation and maniifabtúre, 'Want'.of proper, machinery, want 'Ott''' kmowledge "of '" ' toe best land" ito . cultivate, jand lastly, want .of -groper cl...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

. Xocal and General JVeHvs. ! ?}.*;: üHUKYAiU.'rw ? '??.--BOA. au^iii/ii'i ! -THB, ,S.S. ^P^ïvçr;s."-^This smart steamer! again mudé' Herí appearance on)the river on, .Saturday - l'ast^ after "an 'absence* of sbme four (month's, durmg ? which ; time' alio has undergone, arjthproughn overhauli -arjdriisj now, (in< sonic respe'cts,'oettérthᣠanowboat. Whén-on the Slip, her bottom planking Wasrouewed fore and affc, and 80 feet bilge keels put on to prevent her rolling" in a heavy seaway, and " which are said to bo à':great improvementi' '.She'; has ? also' been titted with''new'decks, masts 'and spars, engines, boiler, condensor, donkey engine, and bther'im-i proyem'ehts',' and when ladend steams easily'10, knots an ' hour, on à consumption1 of '6 cwt. of fuel.: During the trip up the river, the Platypus was warmly greeted, and on reaching the Lis-' more luading-placej three hearty ^cheers? were given by the large number of persons who ¡had assembled to welcome ba'ck their....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 April 1877

í*OTIC£&., RILEY BROTHERS, BALES. . OAREIAGHB FREE. "Winter Season i Special Bargains in : BLANKETS . and FLANNELS. "VTCT-E ? take tho earliest opportunity of hÄormirig ? V V ' you that our Buyer in England, ? 'during tho laBt Summer at home, whoa Wool was afc tile very Lowest Prico, purchased,a largo loi-of , tho aoovo.at extremely low Prices, thereby enabling us this year to put'our usual, 25s. Blankets for £1 in the'NOTED £6 WINTER'BALES. The first lot of these REALLY CHEAP BLAN KETS and FLANNELS ore just to hand from tho ships.. If; .you are likely to, require such Articles during this "Winter, we would adviao you to send orders early. Samples of the Flannels will be sent if applied for.- 'All'Parcels sent'Oarriago Paid, and should reach their destination in six days. li .. LIST. OF PRICES. 2433 pairs White Blankets, for Single Beds, 8s lld ,. per pair, this year ; 12s Od last year. 2711 ditto, ditto, 12s Od this year; 16s Od last year. 2114 pairs Whito Blankets,1 Large ...

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