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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

PORT PHILLIP. W.E are in possession of complete files of, Port Phillip papers to the 4th January. The following extracts will be found interesting':- ' ' KILMORE.-We' haye "nothing to communicate from this rqu]ar ter, unless the account of the fearful storm which ^visited tbis district pn Thursday week.-We'never heard "of auch'a" storm before^ in Australia ;' it pénetrà'téd' over the'Goulburn, and "did a'n1 itnmen3eideal of Injuryr The 'haul was as' large as eggs, and a man could hardly stand bç ¡ fore 'i t. .'' The destruction was fearful-the whole of the poultry killed outright-ystock, and crops injured-trees were stript of their bark and foliage -and everything that came in its way sacrificed. I have seen fields of crops as effectually ploughed as if the ground was just tilled. In many places thousands of crows and magpies lay dead, strewed about as if on a battle-field. It was in truth the most awful visitation I ever witnessed.-Corres pondent of the Gazette, December 25. THE AS...

Publication Title: Moreton Bay Courier, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

"* Vii 1 P>P IN G , IS T E L L i G E N«C E! ARRIVALS. Jan. 2ß. Midas, schooner, Johnstone, from Syd- ney. <*, * 27. Albion, schooner, Sheridan, from Syd v , ney .Fnasengei»-Mi^îàntl .MrAjSparkei* / and three chiIareq,'Mf|cDavisf-and'-s1¿ , in the stemge.pill *^ » MM I 23. Thistle, sied^i$fX[\Aha,\l,froja Sjdney^ the 25th msU f ' PasgeiigersjvMesbrj|,^ J-iwson, M/. Compati eil, three Misses f Douglas, Master Douglas, 13 in the steerage, and 3 soldi« s of 99th Regt. DEPARTI RES. 7an. 24. William, schooner, Steele, for Sydney ,, Ann Mary, schooner, Brown, for Syd- ney. Passengers-Six in the stet rage. 21. Champion, schooner, Stevens, for Sjd« rjI*.uey,.^ .^ " w, e" j. IMPORTS. Voices' 104 hags flour, Watson , 5 bags flour, "Wickham, 5 casks beer, 1 cask iron-work, 1 case pickles,»! case gin, 1 case, Horton , 5 casks beer, tobacco,! cask ironmongery,G. Gammie-. I cask vinttror sírnpstíH , 1 tases, T cíate, l laak.M. W Appleton , I mae sugar, 1 box soap, 1 case, I mat sundr...

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THE Moreton Bay Courier. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1848. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

íHovtto it ÏHE 4L ou H e r. f"SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1848. « li. ¡LA'lEST NEWS. -»ti» . BY the ^arrival of the steamer Tkhtls Yesterday, we have received Sydney papéis cfthe^óth instant. ' We can onJy find rooin for the,following items of general U?W$. British intelligence to the 29th of Sept. has 'reached the colony by the Marion, arrived at Hobart Town. s Her Majesty ariived flora Scotland on the 21st September. , It was still uncertain when Parliament would assemble. In_the commeicial and monetary world things were getting worse. The Obsener of Sept. 20th estimates the failures of the week at from two millions and a half to three millions. Messrs. Sanderson and Co. had stopped with liabilities to the -amount M £ 1,700,000 ; but an investigation into tiieir liabilities and assets had proved that tjheyicould command a' surplus above all demands of from £80.000 to £120.000f and it was considered hkely that in a short time they would íesume business. Amongst the other failures are Rei...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

«TEAM TO SYDNEY A u^ fT HE CORNUBIA will <^7//ñ(||;j)iA the lbt Ftbruaiy, and may be .-i^Ägygl. expeeted at the end ot the week. 'SHs^s^f^í^ iS'ie will be despitehed again foi Sydney on tin lue day iollowmj. Foi fi eight or pass ige, apply to GLORGE Vi AI SON, Kangaroo Point Agent. WANTED, - SIILCP S L'A 1 ION, with about 3000 Sheep, cipableol carding not less than 10.000 Apply to Mr. George Watson, Kangiioo Point A O ON SALE, FEW eves " BLACKBURN'S SUPERIOR M\DLIRA ^INE." GEORGE WATSON, Kangan o Point. N SALE by the Undu signed ' Tirpauhns, lnige si?¿3 Miutcll's Brandy Tamaica Rum', .10 O P. Gin i¡ Wims, in casi- and ljotthd Bottled Ale " Bott I« d FUIIU ' ' MuzeMenl ' Fine bicmids Flour lt. GRAHAM 8c CO. VOR SALE, ' A WOOL TEAM, in first-rate condition for the load. For paiticuhis, apply at the Conner Olicu. No objection to take Horses in part pay - ment, if suuibk lo tim pin pose required ot them. ,íJiiC0RNS.J3 . I IVTOTICE.-Any person "being tioubled with L1* CORNS, w...

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DR. LANG'S NEW WORKS. (From the Sunday Times, September 5.) Cooksland, in North Eastern Australia, the future cotton-field of Great Britain; its Characteristics and Capabilities for European Colonisation. With a Disquisition on the Origin, Manners, and Customs of the Aborigines. By John Dunmore Ling, D. D., A.M., &c. Longman and Co. Phillipsland; or, the Country hitherto designated Port Phillip; its present Condition and Prospects us a highly eligible field for Emigration. By John Dunmore Lang, D. D., A.M. Longman and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

          DR. LANG'S NEW WORKS. (From the Sunday Times, September 5.) Cooksland, in North Eastern Australia, the future cotton-field of Great Britain; its Characteristics and Capabilities for Euro- pean Colonisation. With a Disquisition on the Origin, Manners, and Customs of the Aborigines. By John Dunmore Lang, D.D., A.M., &c. Longman and Co.     Phillipsland ; or, the Country hitherto desig- nated Port Phillip; its present Condition   and Prospects as a highly eligible field for Emigration. By John Dunmore Lang, D D.,   A.M. Longman and Co.                                 These works, which come before us with rather singular appellations, are published ...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE: DEATH OF THE REVEREND JOHN GREGOR.—It   is our painful duty in this day's issue to record the loss the community has sustained by the death of the Reverend John Gregor, the Epicopalian Min- ister, who was accidentally drowned at the German Missionary Station on Saturday morning last. As soon as intelligence of this distressing event reached town, the Police Magistrate immediately proceeded to the station, and held an inquiry on the unfortunate gentleman's remains. The fol- lowing are the depositions of the witnesses who were examined on the occasion :—Theodore Franz being duly sworn deposeth that about eleven o'clock on Saturday morning, the Reverend Mr. Gregor who has been residing here for seven months com- plained to me of headache, and said that he felt the heat very much. I saw him go to the water, as I imagined for the purpose of bathing. About ten minutes afterwards, I heard Nicquet calling to me and asking if Mr. Gregor could swim. I answe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

?i-^---ñrvH E STEAMER-for ' ¿patched wi'tUití:'148.' rhoùfs; ?~t¿ftervh'br.'árriva1;'' r);;'J!;VT!.iî.; '..GEORGE1 SALT TUCKER,'' H^Ri^S^^'Company's Whârf^ ?^^?¡'fAgèaty, Soutlï'BrïsbàtiéV Jan; I?> 1848;-.' ?' .'.^ '^-;;8 ^ 'w V : . , . ,.-. . ^HE^uhdersigned having "been ¡appointed agent : Ai ['foi: ;;tlie' sale of Messrs. ¡ J.''<- and: W. iByrneîs < FL'QUR id-the district'of-Mdretón^Bayv-begs ta inform' thé 'settlers, and ihhabitäntsHhereofpthatv lntvihg always :a large stock on handj théycàniat alljtimes'depend upon being supplied Withsuperior Flour; of any quality',' at the; Syd ney market price?' oP;the day, witlv the addition of. freight.'^ -: ????'?' _.:'. í>;;!5i;.: yu::-* ï. ; GEORGE-WATSON, <. i ? >-.. 'ioiiixri :;'."./ .1.'.>.;; ¡. .??.?, ? .<-. ???. . Kangaroo'Point; ;;K:A^ THE.undersigned havjng. enlarged hiYStores at, Kangároo Point, now capable of holding 1500 Bales Wool, begs to>¡inform the public that lie.(w...

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BRISBANE REGATTA. IN COMMEMORATION OF THE FOUNDATION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

BRISBANE REGATTA, IN COMMEMORATION OF THE FOUNDATION OF THE COLONY.       THESE sports came off according to adver- tisement on Wednesday last, the 26th instant. The extreme heat of the weather during the early part of the day, no doubt deprived many persons of the sight; but even as it was, we saw a very large as- semblage of spectators, who seemed de- termined for once to make holiday, and enjoy a day's amusement. Most of the stores were closed, and we were agreeably surprised at the number of gay boats '" their streamers waving in the wind" — that danced upon the surface of our beau- tiful river. Through the kindness of Capt. Norris, the fine schooner Ebenezer was anchored in the stream, and used as the flag ship. Dr. Cannan acted as Trea surer, and Captain Freeman as Umpire of the Regatta. As usual, some delay oc- curred in starting for the first race, which although advertised for half-past ten, did not take place until half-past eleven o'...

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To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 29 January 1848

To the Editor of the Moreton Bay Courier. SIR,- The death of a pr¡est is an event of deep and awful solemnity,-when he who has been called to the office of our spiritual guide, instructor, and friend, to whose accents we have listened Sabbath after Sabbath with reverential attention, as con- taining the spint of Christ's Gospel, is suddenly snatched from his earthly ministry to render an account thereof to the great Judge of all ; I do not envy the callous indifference of the hard- hearted man. The circumstances attending the death of the Reverend John Gregor were peculiarly   striking and affecting. Just returned, after per- forming his sacred functions in Brisbane, to the only asylum which the cruelty of his enemies had left him, he is drowned under the very eyes of those who might have saved him if they had known his danger. The second of his family prematurely cut off within a few months,- with no relative to smoothe his limbs and lay him in his coffin,-no brother c...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Oott' news from Adelaide1 ia td tlie 1st instant, t ' i mc'usivt. , iii ( ; The Lord Bishop of Adelaide, Dr. Short, had arrived, and the ceremony of biü induction took place a day or tw 9 after his arrival. H ¡s Lordship is accompanied by his family. ., The suspension oftemigration had been produc- tive of much astonishment' amongst our neigh- bours, and a publié meeting had buen held pro- testing; against such an iniquitous proceeding;, and declaring " That m stopping or suspending emigration to SouthÍ Australia,ihe Colonization Commissioners are inflicting a deep and uncalled fort injury1 upon the interests and ¡prosperity of the province/' This demonstration wasimbst numer- ously and respectably, attended, the injustice of the measure amply and abiy exposed,and a committee appointed to prepare' a memorial to bei presented to the Secretary for/the Colonies. ! i TnEcAuoBtGiNE8.-A few weeks ago wedirected the 'attention of our readers to1 the state of the adult'nati...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

SYDNEY NEWS. « The statement which'appeared in several of the Sydney and Melbourne papers to the efiect that Earl Grey refused to see Sir Thomas Mitchell on tiié arrival in London has been contradicted by a relative bf that gentleman. It appears that Sir Thomas had several interviews with his lordship. William. Montagu Manning, Esq., has been appointed to act as Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court, during the absence on leave of Mr. Justice Therry, who has proceeded to England in the Agincourt. Mr. Foster has been appointed to act as Solicitor General in Mr. Manning's place. Mr. Çurefoy has accepted the appointment of Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates, in the room of Mr. Suttor, during the absence of Mr. Kerr. I The clerks arid oñtcers'at BydeTurk Bai racks (except Captain» M^Le&Kándí Mr. Ryan) have re- ceived < ribtices that their services will not]be"r*j quired after 31st of last month. The services fcr Mr. Dumas and Mr. Horsey have also been! retained. J /....

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COLONIAL ABSTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

COLONIAL ABSTRACT. The, salaries of the Customs* officers at Port Phillip h'ave been suspended in consequence of the department not having furnished the information required for the " blue book" of last year. Eighteen wool purchasing firms in Launceston are reported to have unitedly resolved to make a reduction in buying wool of one pound per cwt., as allowance for draft, in addition to the full tare of the packs, in conformity with' the practice of the wool market in London -A gentleman named Eixon has grown sixteen acres of flax in Van ¡eriien's Land.-A great number of bees were destroyed in the neighbourhood of Melbourne; the heat" having melted the wax and honey, and drowned the bees.-In the Bishop of Newcastle's patent, Ure town of Newcastle is declared to be a cityl It is, we have no-doubt, the smallest city in her Majesty's dominions.-During Divine service, bri Sunday week, some persons obtained entrance into a building adjoining St. George's Church, Hobart-Town, and stole tl...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. HOBART TOWN papera to the 5th came to hand. Nothing1 further had transpired with respect to the removal of the Chief Justice from the Bench. The Queen's warrant for appointing Messrs. Swanstonc, Fenton, Kermode, Kerr, Gregsoni and Dry, (who were removed from the Council by Sir Eardley Wilmot), members of the Legisla- tive Council, had been received, and the Council was summoned to meet on the 26 th instant. It is possible, therefore, that the Government will now be able to extricate itself from some of its difficulties. SALE OF STOCK.-The sale of stock at Thornell's on F.iday, by Messrs. Underwood and Eddie,, consisting of 5,000 and 6,000 sheep, and 200 head of cattle, was numerously attended» and biddings so spirited, that the whole was completed in an hour and a half. Full mouthed ewes brought 6s. ; mixed ages, 6s. 6d. ; wethers of all ages, 6s. 9d. ; lambs, 4s. 5d. to 5s. ; bullocks, from 10 to 11 guineas ; cows, dry, from £3 53. to £4 7s. 6d.; mixed herd, incl...

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[?] TABLE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

'^3»^:%' *»<& JSÍÍBH via«. ->. .^^wBtyy , ^ $m^R wAT^iXv^^^^|p/wH A ríF. Ftb. 5-Sat.ird:iv. 0.8 " 0.2Y C-Sunday. 0.41 0.5 J 7--Monday. l.lß 1.33 8-Tuesdav.v.. 1.51 2.10 9-WednéMlay.:..'..1:.1 '2.31 .' 2 51 10-Thursday. 3.14 3.39 ll-Friday. +.7 4.3d

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FREE WAREHOUSING PORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

FREE WARElIC-'ustï^G 'vp$r]\1'. THE following letter purporting to¡be au anster to the petition of the inhabitants to her Majesty the ,Queen rin Council, praying that Busbane; may, be declined 4 Fiee Warehousing Pbit, has been recen ed from, the Colonial Secretary '- > ' Gentlemen,-I do myself tlie honour to icknow lwlge the rectipt of your h Un, foi wauling ii poli- tlón from eel t mi ol the inh ibitants of Brisbane, pravmg that the Tori of Mon tun Hay may be dtcian.d 1 Fríe Wdn.hou-.mg Port,and, in rtplj, I am disjrtd to mlorrn jou, that under the report winch has bein reu'ivul ftom the Collector of it does not appear t'ut it would dei ive any ad- vantage at prêtent fiom being mid« a tree waie hou3ing port. It dots not, I am therefore dt sired to state, st,em desirable tint the petition abovt uiuitioned should be tom plied with 1 hau- the honour to be, Gentlemen,1 , Your most obedn tit sei v ml, 7 E. DEAS /l'H0;>13#N. TO J. It. COLEY, ESQ."R. F. O. PHELVN,, ESQ., ».'?. AND J...

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STAVE OF A POLICEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

STAVE OP A POLICEMAN. ' Mee'tjine by moonlight' alone, 1 Oh, Molly ! thou fairest of cooks ; And bring from the larder a bone, ^ To regale your affectionate Snooks. And-if, to calula ona so fair, -* Tdesert my cold post in the street, , What matters, though I am not there, When my heart still remains on the beat. Daylight and its glare I contemn, ' i> Foe it veils both the planets and thee ; But, my Venus, about 12 r M., What delight falls on A 33 ! ' For aá " missus" is then fast asleep, i And can wither no courtship of ours Down the steps of the airy 1 creep, < '? To exhibit to you my devours ' Then meet me, dear Maiden of Grease, u When the mantle of midnight is due ; (, " And, ¿hough one of the azure police, í By thy side I never look blue. ., My superintendent is Love ; And the duty imposed upon me , Is with pantries to be banu and glove, ( And the faithful inspector of thee !

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

NEW ZEALAND. WE have received files of New Zealand papers to the 8th ultimo. There, is nothing in them very important or interesting, except the fact that on New Year's Day the Governor and all the Govern- ment'Officers took the necessary oaths under the new charter. The writs for the elections were to be delayed for some months, in order to give time for answers to be received to certain despatches whieti had been sent to England respecting the new charter. It is the opinion of the missionaries and old residents that if an attempt is made to carry out Lord Grey's instructions and treat the lands as the property of tlie Crown, there will be a general rising of the natives throughout the country, and that they will fight for them to the last. Governor Grey and General Pitt were on a visit to the southern settlements in the Inflexible. The natives were assembling in large numbers in the neighbourhood of Wanganui with the in- tention, it was conjectured of making an attack upon the Eng...

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ABSTRACT OF WEATHER JOURNAL FOR JANURARY, 1848[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

i i ^M^Cî OF WEATHER; .JOURNAL FÍ)¿ SÀ^vMjtiîsU:- S £ *' s J *Dates.n Time. Thermometer. 1 Barometer. -Ram. Prevailing" Winds. " lAir. Attach. 1st to 5tb 9'tLMi .79.9 78.5 29.96 to 29".80 0.775 Between North and East. * ^ 6th to 10th . < 78.2" -78.0 29.75 to 30.00 0.346 S.E.-erIy. - -~ ~* 7 llth'to 15th 76.6 75.5 29.90to 29.98 2.252 S.E.-erly. ^ = . 16th to 20th .. 75.0 774 2 30.00 to 29.74 6.792 Easterly-from N.E. to S.E. " 21st to 25th -r. 77.0 75.5 "29.76 to 30.06 2.352 Between S.S.E.&E S.E.--at times N.E. 1 26th to 31st i f F i 77.3 76.3 29.92 to 29.80 0.675 Variable-squalls between S.WJ& N.W _--. : - 13.192 inches. The w'eather during the month lias Lét'n very close and sultry ; much rain has fallen, but tlie state of the atmosphere remains unchanged -the barometer continuing nearly three-tenths below its usual range. During the kilter part of the month there has been much tliujEkr^eiji lightning be- tween syypsct and midnH«gyfeW^ËL\ "lP]î||[?|^L C. W...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

BRITISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE following items of news are gleaned from the (iles of colonial papers received per Thistle, which contain intelligence from England to the 29tli September :- ; We understand'that the'two houses of Gower Nephews and Co., and Reid, Irving, and Co., re- cently stopped payment, have received large con- signments of wool from these colonies. Last year they received upwards of 6000 bales from Sydney alone'.' The subject of steam communication with Austra- lia continued to excite the liveliest'attention. There is scarcely a leading English or Scottish journal that has not devoted lengthy space'to the sugges- tions of well informed correspondents in reference thereto. . ¡ . Lord Eglintoun's br. ,c. Van,,Tromp was, the winner of tile Doncaster St. Leger, ,beating Mr. Pedley's Cossack, and,six others.i Lord Eglin toun won only £1200 in addition to the stakes, which amount to £3400, clear of all deductions. Tilt race «as rim in 3 m. 20 a, , ïhc- Belfast Ne...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moreton Bay Courier — 5 February 1848

..:!: >'? ;,;í,^S.ALE)BY-;AÜC!i;i!C)Ní<;::JÍID-,,;.;,;* S T E AM E It E A P Ejt J ¿U E. NT.,'.,. XTAS, í}c.c,p. înstruçUstlIp Sell'. byyÇubltc ^Auction, Â-f at his rlíob'ms.','.,; si','.-^'(( r-ir'--' Vl'1,1 ,:,-' r';;-:r ;;Ä»pif cATa.sro.-io IÍ,;*-'«^; T he Steam-boat Experiment ,ns she now hes.stink oil'the Queen's. Wharf, North Brisbane, wiiiíí ji'er B'óííer; :ÉngmeV'"áíur':'Mtó^ ïtigUeÛ'rMr!v:eî''jU'/''.;* ^'!:'1'??'?]" ?''.' i""^"'"? ?'.?' 1 ';';i jtë;-p^fect pjritèicabjfity^ pY/'ltyfëing; tlii's vessel Ti'avin'g' b'c'on 'Uèm:bn^ïraVw''''.Wifl^iW'ïhe,1iis'^'djiVof twu.'th^Tfteiiö'n^^^ of the public to the.tact that the Boiler and'Eriginb ^b\ild be>;fitt«^ ckéeHse^'ôrtthe^pre&'chr.boatnisO altered,' whim raised1, tliàt-às a>cärityirig:'craft .between' Brisbane .and??¿IpsWiclùslïe'.Wduldibeuëilitf. to:!rCaliiie<a most, ?haHÍls'Dni'er*iricomé t'o'ithb,pUrW4s«n ¡nüo.-nr, i..:,;.,.,. , Tûfifis-Cuftli.ni.a .'?'£'(?'iv:-! tu:"' ' W,j; "//SALE BY ...

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