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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] EXPLANATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

0EIGPT4L CORRESPONDENCE. [We dp notridentify cnrseleves with the opinions 1 expressed by correspondents.] EXPLANATION., (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) Sir, — As it may seem strange to the pub lic to see the Hevd. A. D. Faunce's sale ad vertised by another auctioneer, after ap pearing twice in my name, I have to ro nnnqf ihnf.-irnn Tpill -nnbliRli ill A two PTinlnsnrl letters which is the only information I can put them in possession of, not having seen Mr. Faunce fbl over a month ; but I am per fectly ignorant, and quite as indifferent, as to the reasons for the strange course taken by the Revd. gentleman. Trusting he may have a successful sale, I remain, &c., G. HASLINGDEN. J Michelago, December 4. Mr Deae Mn. Haslingden,— I am leaving j Bega for Yass at the end of the year. Will | you kindly put in a preliminary advertise- I menV&bout the sale of my furniture, horses, cattle, &e. on say Saturday, December 27— -not later as I shall be leaving on the 2...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

-'^SIsSaS CHEER! a teeIt for the million J.-, I A~ :;j CONNELLY'S * COMMERCIAL STORES, Where you can procure the Cheapest Assortment of New Fruits, AT ALMOST GBATUITorfs PRICES, IN PRIME CURRANTS^ at 1$ per dozen Pounds, * or Sd pofsaingle roufld^ BAISINS, Vftieiic^yiMiJ ior |)ozen Pounds, or 6d Mr iHigle Found. RAISINS, Jileijcs, Td'periJ Pound. Ditto, Tabic Raisins, Lemon, Citron, and Orange Peel, Soft Shell\jAlmonds, AT PROPORTIONATE PRICES ALSO, * DEAPERY, geocem, WINES and SPIRITS, &c., &c. Bottlecl Ale and Porter, 55 Best Brands. *- - — . CRBAT BARGAINS IN ALL GOODS from THIS DA Y up lo CHRISTMAS EVE. J. CONNELLY.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

;ri~' rip»ing' : Steal)! 'Navigation ? -- Company. ' - jana $oai^-;k. '. Stcamof.Qrta'vo mr : MBfili*,. £ :^)|^^D^X^iy:'AV®»p»Ayr at ^5 , * „ I^A/WSrnlUesun fp«. V-; $ ^BuSmeSfe Directory,^? - / ~ G. iJASLIJTGDEN, ^Tu C 'f I C» N E E Ry /*„-&. ? _! :£an3 aiid mldraljjlgcnt. K I .' ^ jOp.ficeV CntJRffif STREET. (J : ' f yAftns -. CHURCH - JJIEET, - ' .tCLatoF. Be an(t Ccrj&- ? ^Mii||iPi 1 BERNSTEIN and MUMBEEG, ! .- vi-~ ^'' ^ ?- * Jj* : ;2Sf) -)A 6TLE JW^^rfy^^ET,, ilc ^.(JrpoSnrfi: Tnf^j^n 'fc^L, J '; ,: - ?^jt'-'. POTJj;,. STOCK .af-Ommomij Smoother; ., : £*; .^Tcweltefy. al*gii^s on $00-liS£' . &?& AVatplios ^nd'.'CJ&jM repajritf -3ffb-S premiss?,^ '. ; .» OlfftrgM jfrjotltoaif). ' ? '? ? ?' ? ? ; A B I G A I L ?? Hppcre p ^&3.'^iM^^]ji6)J^Sof^\yc//pWiiclHti{'^, AjrqW^i^ jobbings, : i - . Mb ^ebi'ierstreet; ? ,V..6yDNE'YV:':-'s .'M: * t ':'. 3 11 *3 Goultoaru /streets, J ' f ' ?.W.r^^-' V- ' -''- ? ?? -;?'- ' .'? r-? ; PROPUGE: i '?...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

? ? ? Church Services. Church of England. Kamf.ruka Parish. i December 21.— Knincrulia, 11 a.m.; Colombo, 8-30 pin. December 26, (Christmas Dnv), Kameruka 11 a.m. December 28. — Wolumln, 11 tun.; Taubula, 3-aOp.m. ? ? R. EARL. Catholic. MASS will be celebrated on Sunday, as nuder : — December 21.— Panbula. '? - December 25 — (Christinas Day} Bega. December 28— Candclo. ? ' Wesleyan. DIVINE SERVICE will be conducted as under: — ' ' December 21. — Bega, 11 ; Gandolo, 7.30 p.m. Deeomber 22 — (Monday) Taiitaiyaiiglp, 2.30. December 2G — (Christmas day) Bega, 11 a.m December 28.— rCobargo,,ll a.m.; Bro{,o, 3 ' p.m. ; Bega, 7.30 p.m. f- ? J. E. Carruthors. Presbyterian. TIIE llev, W. Baker will (d,v,) preacli on Sunday Decembci21 — Bega, 11 a.m. ; Brogo 3.30p.m. December 28 — Bega, 11 a.m. (Collection) and 7.80 p.m. ' EDEN DISTRICT. December 21. — Lochicl, 11 a.m. ; Pnnbula, 3 p.m.; Merimbula,7p.m. December 27 — Edcu, 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Mr. MonmsoN. lega True to our Principles. SATURDA...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE FRIENDS of MrljE«IRGE UNDER BILL nrc rcspcclCulm i&vilcd to attend the Funeral of bis bou, James, (THIS DaY), Saturday, the iOtli DeccmJ;er\nft 2 o'clock. ERNST ^lNGEV Undertaker.

PATIENT MERCY JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

PATIHJJT ME EOT JONES. * Xietns venerate the bones # . Of j»tienf Mercy Jones, - - ~Wha lies underneath -these atones. This is her story as ones told to me By him who still loved hsr, as all men might ? Darius, hsr husband, hfa ana »--?.. ....... Aman of few words, but, tot hsr, many tsars Darius and Mercy were born in Tsirmont; Both children wets christened at baptismal ? ? ftmt - . ? . , In ths ve^r same place, on ths vsty asms . . day— ' ' . (Not mush acquainted just then, Idaresay). The minister sprinkled ths babies, and said. Who knows but this oouple sons tims may And I be ths. paraon- to join thsm together ! weatteri'1'0* ^ sorts 'ol Well, they were married, and happier folk Never jpnt both their hMds in the same loving They mere poor, they worked bard, but „? nothing ooald-tty , Thepatienes'of Mersy, or sloud her She was elothed with Oontent as a i»..hi.i robe ; ? ? . She had gash— who has ttot on this shanss r able globs?— ; . ? But at snch timeB shs sesmed like ths sister ...

KOUMISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

KOUMISS. i Xotrtnss.— Ths Tartars and rems other ; eauestrian tribes, from time immemorial itis said, have practiced the art of brewing; a sort bf beer from mare's sulk; and latter times they, have learned _ how *0, distil this beer and procure from it a veryj potent brandy. noumisB » ««= of the mate's milk beer, and rack or. racky of the koumiss brandy. This koumiss; has at times become celebrated among en-j. hyttennd people as a health zenvei—*; fact by the way. not at all extraordinary,? mil not necessarily dependent upon sMf good quality of the koumiss. The regular| doctors and the standasdmedicines fauns; so often that we must sot be too severs on. tbe afflicted, who, in their despair, rssoit, to quacks and %the. outlandish devices of, the barbarians. The following account of the preparation of koumiss by the Tartara is . on the authority of a memoir by Dr. . Grieve, in 1788, to the Boyal Society ot Edinburgh. Take any quantity of mare's; milk, dilute.it with^ sixth of water, p...

Science. INHERITANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

, ^fience. HfHEEITANOK. The tendency in any new character or modification to reappear in the offspring at the same age at.wj^ch it finit appeirtd In the pareata or ia one of the' parents, is of ao mneh importance in riterence to tbe diversi fied .characters proper to the larvo of many animals at successive age*, .that almost anv fr«sh instance is. wpirth putting on record. I. have gives many sUch ieitshces under the: term of ' inhsrituce at corresponding ages.', No doubt thfi ta$t-pf variations being some tflllM irha*)ts4 ai asa aatliaw iba tliad thst i at which they first : appeared— a form ot Inheritance which has. been called by eome naturalists 'accelerated inheritance'.' — la almost (qntlly important, for, at was shown in the first edition of the 'Origin of Species,' all the leading facte of embryology can be explained by these two forms of inheritance, combined with the fact of many variations arising at a somewhat late stage of life. A good instance of Inheritance at a corres...

Agriculture. STATION FARM AND GARDEN. MILK-MAKING AND EGG-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

[?] STATION, FABH, AND GAEDEN. Br jDKBncTOO. MILK-MAKING AND EGG-MAKING. Ix stands declared by Astol Parliament in England, that milk cannot be made by arti ficial means ; .and there it mneh comfort to i humanity in the . assurance. It is not for want ot trying, *s all of ns well know, that no eleyer chemist or investigating milkman bsB bejn able to produce a compound that conld be accepted as new milk. There has been more than enouch enterprise devoted to irar euits ot the kind ; and it has. srisen from their very plenUfalness, aiid the closeness with whiehmilk has been imitated, that the Imperial parliament has been compelled to take the natter in band and pass a law which makes it a criminal offence to sell milk containing more than a permissible proportion of water. No other substance than water is acknowledged by tbe Aet as beinga possible component part of milk. If any such other substance it found in any milk sold in England at ths present day, tbe person selling the.miztuie ...

Miscellaneous. GREAT FIND OF EGYPTIAN RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

[?] GEEAT BIND OF EGYPTIAN ; BEIiICS. A disco vkbt o! fxeat importanoe to Egyptologists, and ot no little popular Interest,' is reported by a Cairo correspondent of the London Timet. The finds focjude not only: the ..largest and most beautiful papyri yet discovered, but also the mpmmies af no less thsn thirty royal personages, , among them Kings Thothmes nt ana Btmsee II. Tbeee monarcbs have been vemnred to the Bonlsk Museum, whets they lie side by Side, and even the flowers and ? gtriands wbieh were placed in their coffins may to-day be seen eneircling tbe masks whioh cover the faces of the deceased jost aa they were left by the mourners over three thousand years ago. The story ol file discovery runs as follows : ?? Dtoud Pasha, Governor bf the Provinoeof Keaeh, which includes the ancieut Theban district, noticed that the Bsdaween offered for sale an snunial quantity of antiquities at absurdly low pttess. The Pasha soon dieoovered that ths somas of their bidden . treasure was situs...

[?] BIGGEST TREE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

[?] abo^^^R^P^^Oa tree was twelve feist thronghP'^ChS VmmercialaAia x— ^ ^'FrOrBitBa mt to tlu flrrt linih --n ha VudBiei^ht^caodtengthrail-cats,eaohten - feet long, trUcb 4rbqld isplit enough .Mils ,to 1 fence la aatlTfarm. ^ .^Jbe first limb was ; Marly a /balf doien feet in diamsttt, and it : yoaldbave, ^ itsaif/ inade a very large saw - log. - Nearly all the smsll .limbs -bad fallen ' and decayed away. Its 'plank -measurement is sdimpated^at aearly fOjOOO tBet, besidd savaral limbs that -wonld make', altogether, , twenty-five oords of wood. On the day. of the /-felling a large eoBeotuse. oI people insrahed Irom Taneeborg to : the plaee. Colonel 'W. 8. fiuid,.an aUe cpeaker, was ] tbe orator of ihe day.' . He and .others qaali- ; fisd to' be gpod judges tif audi things, sup posed that this -mighty forester wts ioict or ' five eSnthriss old. - There were to be dia tinstly seen over 300 iiiigs, atid . it is -not known bow long since it , completed 'its growth, as it hasbeen dead fo...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JAN, 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

OUR' TELEGEAMIS. [From our Telegraphs Correspondent.'] SYDNEY. Jan. 19, ] Me. Hungerford elected for Northumbeiv land by a majority of 184 over Mr. Grisdal. „ Christopher Thidle, father two smallpox patients reported yesterday, has pontract ed the disease. The whole family re proved to Little Bay. A block of stone ^eiglung 18,QP0tonB, blasted from Saunders' quarry at Pyrmont yesterday. - ,, , * The English eleven won the match aeainst the Timaru team with six wickets to spare. „ A. S. N. Co'a old wharf, Sussex-street, sold by auction yesterday for i-35,QOO. Three sisters named Pastorolla, aged 22, 19, and 13 years, drowned at Albqry on Tuesday night whilst bathing. ; Great preparations beingmade for hold ing an old' English Fayro ' at' St, Mary s Cathedral in Easter week, It is antici pated it will be the mofet brilliant affair in the shape of bazaars eger held in the colony. .on : Terrible heat experienced in South Australia yesterday ; glass registered 180 deg. in the sun, and 112...

THE ENGINEER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

- 4CHE BNGINEEE'S. ,SK)EY. ?' M j ? miTHAE, BfcraDger^you nev fan ©Ter Pannsylvany Central Bulraa4. As . you may Baj^ I was born -and 'brought, up on that line, first . as jfireman, then «mgineer: hitrh - -on :.jto '.'- preaiby 'years. 1 ? It?s Vslleijt iantin' to run a machine, iand wen I wias a. fireman I used to-tbink it'-vras better to be. top 'of oneofthem splendid engines than, to bo President pf the United States. ThD day they flrst put me on the footboard and . I took the leVer in my haad andlmew it was wy. engine, Ixeokon I was the proudest man' between rittebnrg ana' Altoona. n . kinder thought that everybody via goin1 16} be oat,thet iday, to see /how the feyin mile 'hpf rim, ana you Idn bet, ,ell JP®1 specie that ;' she Went smk'bk up to tiie ' minit, the Wole 117 miles. 'jBut this kind tit spirit Wori bff, after'a wlnle, 'n Iaettlad . down -into -a ^ober steady goin' .man ; j they didmythasl woras ,sile'ureliabl*a man a-s they hed in tbe businass. I hev to say ifc'Btran...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

—The Bega Ctoach- Fafetory. A. J. ZEHNER, .Proprietor, Prizetaker at Bega, Coonia, , Bombala, Arnidale,^ Glen Innes and Invferell, ^ DESIRES to l-eturn his sincere thanks to rf ihis and the Hm*» District for the Liberal «upport -(»«dea smt«. he cpmttendbd business as above, and begs tp assure his patrons and the. ^uWic that no ^effort will bo wanting on his part to merit a ooptinutace, o^tlie.f^vors bes^ow^i on him in the past. .. . I . A* ALL WORK turned out of his Establishment^^ TOmparfe fev«)rably with that produced by the BEST SHOPS in the METROPOLIS, Melbourne, or in European oi American Workshops, hie i xperience, gaiM . in the leading Coach Building Establishments ip the German Empire— BerRn, ^ranWort^on the-Mnine, Hamburgh— as well as in Melb.ourAe a^gSyxlney, Ming a sufficient ? guarantee of his ability. . . ' .. ;; - ^ EVERY BRANCH of the TRADE is in the hand^ of COMPETENT WORKMEN, the whole superintended f-eraonally by A. J. ZEHNER, Thirty-five Years a Master of his yr^d...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, Wednesday. lv a speech 'at Lyons, M. Ga-mbetta discussed: the prospects of the new Commercial Treaty', between jGreat Britain and France, and said he expected that obstacles which now pre- . sented themselves to the renewal of the treaty, would be removed. Hanlan has arrived at Liverpool. Professor Newmayer of Hamburg, having ??perused various correspondence in the reports forwarded to him, in regard to the alleged discovery of the relics of Leichardt by Sku tiiuipc, CA-picsota an ufuiiuu U1UX- r»ciir.nnrp0 has established the truth of his story. Rules to be submitted by the Government for amending the proceedure in parliament limit the discussions on Bills; . refer certain Bills to 1 a grand committee.; further give the Speaker, on majority of the House, power' to close a debate. ?Rising among the inhabitants of Dalmatia daily assuming more serious proportions, and now extended to Herzegovinia.jThe Austrian Government in consequence despatched 'sev- era...

Novelist. [?] HERO; OR Marquis and the Freebooter. [?] OF THE WELSH MARCHES. SYLVANUS COBB, JR. CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

I&tfrofkf gpimm. ?jLA'S HERO; B ' 0R ' ?Haraois and The Freebooter. OP THE WEjCiSH Itf ATtfTTTRS. ! BbYLVANUS COBB, 3b.' BjaAPTER Vll.— (Continued.) ' i I Id, man bobbed his head vigorously : cesded to light the small, clear, which he was accttetomedtousein ; 1 perambulations abont the old ! . Hasignifled when he was ready, : ig his keys, and turning towards J iute pursued *by the steward was a : tne. . Evidently, theeuiteofapart-; ,o was ' to find' wis' situate above : from whioh he, set forth, yet he ? id; not 'only to 'tho region . of - the id thn RprillinTiB. hnf he went even ^E^Kat— -to the .vaults themEelyeB. In ^H^vptic 'region lie ^otinS 'a harrow, . HH^K passage,, whioh he foTlowPdtintil ^BlKed a flight of nanrow stone rftepB, . R|^Hfch he took his. vfaf^kp^ap—Tip— ? HBHier passage, narrower than the one ; Hj^Rseeming -to.be .fMhionied/b^twefln ' ^^^^Khe mainwalle. * And- this wasribt ; HL Four. of these narrow, Ndevious ' were traversed, 'teaohed by way of ; seoret...

Advertising NOTES FROM MY POCKET BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

| NOTES FROM kf jpQCftET BOOK. | .it .would i/itcrest some-ofyniir | ni;niy'fliil(sci il-Pr« tfc peruse ti fciw notes (: ' I lrnve made for /jtibHcnlipn,. (my first attempt) ahoul^xlwt jnetty upot Euro 1 ( duriug the Christmas frstivjr^i, 0f iggi, followed by the Nyw Yeur of 82, uud ihe destruction of : „.'}o other Shiptou'a prophecies, the fierce ness of i\n Australian' Glimmer snn wieins to'%ivc but little aliucwd tne ! greenness end freshness of all around, in t this little ' garden of Australia t a de lij^htful prospect, a reviving change in deed 4'or, tlie pent-up city bird, and en joyable hoB been the term of her stay heic, now, drawing to a close — high in contrast is the repose and dreamy quiet ' with the fleeting visions of a big city « — -Its utrcet scenes — the rumbling of * omnibuses street vendors, and a living ' .throng of liuman-beings, hurrying to and fro, eaoh with something to do to t kill time. Ai- dreamy as I havo said * the prospect .here is, the Eurobodallaites...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JAN, 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

[From the Peess Telegbams.] . ... LONDON, Jan. 16. ™ reporiea aeatli ol Thebau, King of Burmah, whioh was telegraphed from India a Wjeek ago, is now alleged to be incorrect. The King, has been seriously ill, but has recovered. An explosion has occurred in one of the collieries at Newport, South Wales. Four minims ? 7'. ***' — 'r . ^ou- wttue several others received injuries of a more or. less serious nature. 11 K ^.proposed to raise a generalfimd for ' the rehef of the suffering Jews in Southern Russia, who were some time ago mal treated and driven from their homes Cardinal Manning, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Canon Farrar, Dean Liddon and other church dignitaries have initiated the movement. It is estimated that a ' sum of £1,000,000 will be lie ve, the large numbers of rendered homeless, and a leali^^^H resident in London has beadedfi^^H scription list with the haudsomn of £10,000. A mbmorial is prepared for presentation to the^^^l Russia, urging':his'''Majesty t»^^H means for t...

TRUTH'S SPEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

T ETJTH'S BPS AB. By Mum Ls Baeon. Thodgikg along on the roadside green A boy with a sunburnt faoe was seen Over his head shone tbe summer skies. Over his bead flew the butterflies ; Oloee to bis feet, grew (be daisies fair. And soft winds played in his tangled hair ; And he whistled, and laughed, and sang a ? glee, Till the birds hopped down from the boughs to see. Along the lane, through (he yellow dust — His bare, brown - feet .in its warmth he thrust — Over tbe ban, and into tbe gray Of tbe Shadowy wood hp went. Ms way ; The squirrel peeped from his hidden haunt' To see what tbe wandering boy might want, And the brandies caught ipm in aloes em brace, ? _ Drifting their leaflets over hie face. Ob, on'he went tilt the path was lost In a web ol wood that tangling, crossed; And on he went till bis weary feet Stood still in the heart of the forest deep. High o'erhead towered tbe glut trees. Ferns pressed close to his boyish knees ; ; And a trickling stream, like a sigh, rsnf through ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 21 January 1882

I its, 5 or 6 MILK es, £150 to £200 , Baroona. e, Steady Girl -street, Bega. PTAGE PAD jcurely fenced. EY WEEN. Booberidah, a uided HB on i return to E, rriett. ! SPLENDID nting Carp and le town, t, Parker-st. 10 SCHOOL. - meet at the 20th Inst., E, Teacher. loks from Mr. ' pay in' their 'S now DUE, it for Messrs. NEILLEY. IBITION. obtained at P. Society. led, do hereby ie and horses and at Horse ided after this iNCHABD. MUSIC! id to take a ir Pianoforte, [nstruments.' 1-st., Bega. H ON S . k on the above ter or remove gistered stock to Trustees. H O O L. 11 take place )AY, 26th of pils and other uurch are in -JOKES, ' Vicar.1 ? BKAINE. Jbums, Block-tin [ason's Line Pina, 1 .Lath Hammers, 5s, Billiard Tips, tails, Clapsbaw's v, Violin Strings, Tack Hammers, chine in stocky or LO oil the 17th -? James Smith i : — Eed Steer, hed ; branded 30, on the 19th amuel Gleen's like KM! ; old fctjFeJjruaiy. — M O N S|. lat any person jring -with the inent Common jut any Stock BE UTMOST [ANBY, S...

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