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RICHMOND, THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1879
The champion living skeleton just now is a
man of forty years, named Isaac W. Spranue,
who was born in Massachusetts antâ€˜ since the
age of twelve has possessed a remarkable
â€œinside.â€ He weighs forty-ï¬ve pounds in
... very large, elpeoialiy around the
A TERRIBLE DIALADY.
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1879
The English revenue for 1878 was Â£1,~
803,485 over that of 1877. The only decrease
was in stamps. _
This winEer there have been, for the ï¬rst
time in thirty-ï¬ve' years, fourteen...
My DEAR PRECIOUS ZERLINE : * * â€˜
Adieuâ€˜ till Friday, my deaâ€™r child
BREACH 0F PRONIISE 0F lVlA R.
I remain ever yours alone,
NEW YORK, March 11, 1878.
I remain yours alone,
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1879
A bill bf $28.38, sent...
....â€"llnppy New Your in the
Khan anluy.~'lâ€˜l|e Helenee oflll .rder
â€"A Terrible Hanging Scene.
LONDON, Feb. 10. 1879
Though the military operations in Afgh-
anistan are not of much interest beyond the
brief announcements of the telegraph the
correspondents in the ï¬eld have many inci-
OUR NEIGHBORS IN THE "1001â€˜-
SAVED BY Ill! DOG.
ABBAGES FOR USE
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1879
â€"~The Englishman who drops his â€œHeâ€
does not often lead a person into a more
amusing mistake than one just reported from
Manchester. An American having business
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1879
ing company, which sought to throw the re-
spongxibility on. the sleuping-car owners. And
this case seems strongcr than the other, for
the negligence was in the manipulation of the
berths, and had no direct relation...
...¬liir ; and the mvantor is engaged in
perfecting those parts proved by expeiiments
defective, in order that the arm may be used
â€"â€"On Feb. 22 the Pope received about 700
Roman Catholic journalists from all parts of
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, MARCH '27, 1879
-â€"The Michigan meteor appears...
... as follows 2 Within
a case clockwork is ï¬xed,which causes 9. large
horizontal plate to rotate once in twelve
hours. On the plate a Risk of paper is held
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1879
1 â€"Bread forms one of Warrant important
parts'oâ€˜râ€˜the ration of the German soldier.
that You Brooke. who is six feet two inches
high out the head of a. Union soldier clenn
from the shoulder with one blow of a huge
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1879
Exciting Scene in a Scotch
(Glasgow Herald.) i â€˜
In accordance with an edict...
...€"â€"It is worth noting that the women in
Afridees in Afghanistan, although Mohamme-
dans, do not cover their faces.
â€"Rev. Mrs. Ellen G. Gustin has been call-
ed to the pastorate of a church in Westerly
\VA IFS FOR â€˜VOJIENâ€˜
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1879
â€"Mayfair says :~" I...
... will yearlings or pullets.â€"~
Sawdust in NI on'lnr.
Some time since the use of sawdust in
mortar was recommended as superior even to
SCIENCE AND MECHANICS
STOCKYARD AND DAIRY.
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1879
West Middlesex has 97 schools and 110
street car you receive a ticket that entitles
you to a. chance in a lottery which is drawn
WORLD WIDE ITEMS.
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1879
*rr 1.4 hlAuvvÂ» â€œHa..-â€
Willingdon. in England,ï¬‚in consequence of
eating branches of yew trees, probably through
scarcity of ordinary...
... Manufacturers for Ontario
Allan H. Willans, Agent,
Richmond lllll, April 24s., 1879
R U P T U R E .
REE by mail. Henryâ€˜s IMPERIAL SAFETY-PAD
. Tnuss ;gives immediate relief '; cures in 4 to
12 weeks. Endorsed by high medical authority
The mostvaluuble surgical invention...
ANIUSEMENâ€™Iâ€˜S AT SEAâ€˜
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1879
over the lower half-door, the children look in
and make their comments on the comfortable
quarters, speak of the nice smell of hay, and
wonder if the cow is ever seaosick. We have
seldom seen a fractious...
... of Bessie Holgute, who died at Ham-
ilton May 5th, 1879
Our friend has passed from earth away,
Gone to the land whence none returns;
Oâ€™er her grim death has had the sway,
While for her loss each heart still mourns.
Her heart was gentle, warm and kind,
And each that spoke her praises told;
... with a
smile, stepping out into the cool. refreshing
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1879
â€œNot very,â€ says Mr. Luttreu, gotta voce.
his (Eyes ï¬_xÂ§d 9n Mqlly.
â€œ It is John.â€ whispers that young lady
mysteriously. â€œ Wonâ€™t I cat-ch it if he ï¬nds
me out here so late without a...
... it appears
â€œ NonÃ©ense, my d'ear I" says Letitia, with a
slow pleased blush that is at once so youthful
and up lovely.
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1879
â€œ There is nothing,â€ says he, mildly, â€œ that
so clearly declares the sociabilityâ€˜the ban
camaraderie, so to speakâ...
strangers to each other, had never even been
face to face, and being told they must marry
whether they liked it or not, or lose the
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1879
money, they of course on the spot conceived
an undying hatred for each other. Penthony
even refused to see his possible wife...
...€"everything. And more, I shall be
longing to see you again. Now go.â€ Giving
him a little push.
Presentlyâ€"he hardly knows howâ€"he
ï¬nds himself in the dog-cart, with John, op-
pressiver cheerful, beside him, and, looking
back as they drive briskly up the avenue, takes
a last glance...
...-cousins ! it makes one sad to think
â€œ I think perhaps Mr. Amherstâ€™s incivility
towards you arose from his dislike to your
RICHMOND HILL, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1879
motherâ€™s marriage. You donâ€™t mind my speak-
ing, do you? It was more than good of you to
come here at all, considaring...
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