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SALE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Nov. 11th, 1862. Before J. L. M. Carey, Esq., P.M. STEALING FROM THE PERSON. QUEEN V. DAWES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

SASLE POLIE 'COURT. j .Tuesday, Nov. 11th, 1862.' SBefore J. L, 3. Carey, Esq., P. N. STEALING? ,E ERO' T PEION.o..-. ;( QUegN a. DAWNS. Prisoner stood charged with having, on'the "norineig of the fith instant, at the Bald ]illg stolen?a bag of gold, containing about eighteen ounces, from the person of Daniel Murphy., ; Sergeant McDonald conducted the prosncu. tion. - Daniel Murphy, the first witness called, de. posed that he is a cattle drover, and resides at the Bald Hill. Recolleote 'Tueslay, the 4th Nov. instant, Was in his hut that night, went to: bad abont 12 o'clock, andl slept in his trowsers. Had in his trowsers packet a bag coeintaining seventeen ounces fifteen peony. weighte'of gold. Can identify the bag, as also one of the nuggets, which was nearly round, and had a hole in it. Mcissed the gold about slx or half.past on Wednesday morning. Some letters that were, on, the ground were in the saime pocket with the gold when he went to, sleep. Throo other men slept in the hut,...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. :We xtract the following 'newaofrom the London' correspondent of ,' the Argus?-- Startling events have been crowded ifito th past 'few weeks; The terrible incidents of two civil 'ars--theunnaituriil collisions of two great fratricidal strifee have lately held in, suspense the breath of Europeau people.I The termination of one of these deplorable conflicts, happily, has relieved thi public mind from the incubus of a treriendous droad,'and'the shadow of a possible dalamity of direst character.. The other contest rolls onward with: ever, augrimnting,, ferocity and strength, yet seemisigly with no more ap pearance of mutual exhaustion than was visible twelve months ago. The whirligig of time has brought its revenges; for, after achieving a Bieries of. brilliant and substantial successes. during the winter and spring campaign, the ~vaulting Federals again filid themselves reduced to humiliating straits in which they were placedby the Bull Ratn disaster of Jul...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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BEECHWORTH MINING BYE-LAWS. BYE-LAW NO.8.—QUARTZ CTAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

BEECUWORTIH MINING 'in BYE-LAWS.; ý '. ,lB BYE-LAw 'No. 8.-QUARTZ Coanms.', Quartz claims shall-not exceeddeighty yards in length on the course of the voln,?by a sv width not exceeding one hundred l'ld fifty at yards across such course, the mensuremeitto ti be horizontal. The holder of any such claim, t to be responsible for the performance of the ti following duties, viz.: '' let. He shall register the occupation of: the' or claim with the registrar within forty-eight hours after such occupation. in 2nd. He shall cause a post to be er'ccted at al each corner of the claim, such post to be not b less than thriee inches in diameter; the same st to be firmly fixed in the ground, ind to ox. 'o tend to at least three feet above it;ail'd to he h keptso erected during 'the occupation of the ft claim. tl 3rd. IIo shall keep constantly employed od' t or in conoection with such claim; at lostn tiwd s ionh 'for "i period extending to nnt lese than three months. If at any period after ~hex. ' p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

30RDAN DZGGINGS, J SEWELL, Auctioneer, has cao .stantlj on Sale, by Private Con-. tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, sheap. Apply at the Office, Foster Street, Sale. . 20je c Pack and Saddle Horses. .M R. SE\VELL holds a SALE, by Auction, every SATURDAY, of Pack and Saddle Horses, at Sele, at Twelve o'clock. S6 e SATURDAY, 15Tu NOVEMBER, Sale by. Auction. T SEWVELL has received instructions ) a from' Mr. Roenld McDougall, of Bruthen, to sell by Public Auction on Saturday, 15th November, at the Yards, Foster street, at Twelve o'clock noon, 20 head of horses,' All broken, and suitable either for hacks or packing. Also, -. 2 bbllock iteam; witr drays, tack ling, etc.; onplete.. No Reserve. SATURDAY, 15tkr NOrESIfER. Re Frost. -Nelson Hotel, Lucknow.' Sale by Auction.' - HE Trustees having arranged the mortgage of Messts. Tnrnbull, Howden, & Co. on the above premises, will cause them to be offered by public auction, at the Royal Exchange Hotel, Sale, on Saturday, 15th November, at 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

THE fine screw Steaiship XEERA ' will leave Port Albert every, FRIDAY. jTorses will be carried to or fromf Port Albert at 80s, each, . : : Freight-Gold,' 2d. per ounce. Par eels over .200ouncesrd .olad, for hi w ; stj " bifaleteto ed et the Customs beforel? o' 6clock emi : on the day of sailing.; Return Tickets...........:.. . £ 5 Available for ?14 days. For 'freight or passage apply: to TURNBULL, ItO WDEN,. & COO . Wharf-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if :not removed from the wharf before 4 o'clock p.m., will be stored at consignees' risk andSTEAME :TOi THEi:;MIITOHELL AND TAMBO: - T IHE steamer ENTERPRISE ,Alfred i 14Morrisby Commanlder, will ..lave the .La Trobe ~Bridge" everyJ Tuesday morning, at 7 o'clock,. sharp, for, the above. iFARES: Cabin Passengers :?..: .. .£ 10 Steerage r 1;;. .. . . 1 0 (Includ?a?g Yrefreshments.) FREIGHTI: :: To Bairnedale, iper ton,..... £110. 0 To Bruthen(includingcartag . from Tambo Saw ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 14 November 1862

FRIDAY, NOVYEMIER 14, 1562. THE proclamation olfhe overnor of New Zealand, by w:lch cattle were forbidden to be imported into that colony, has now bedn rescinded by the Superintende o.fo Otago, as far as relates to the mportation of cat tle from Port Al rt.into that pro vince. Of the reasons why this special privilege shiold be extended to this district, w ehave no need to minquiro furtihr tb s thp inii facts. irhichlpresent themselves,, that on one side stern necessity compelled some remission of the exclhiive law of New- Zealand, and on. the other that Gippsland was the only available district in either New South Wales or Victdria from which cattle could be procured that were untainted with the pleuro-pneumonia' scourge. It was to be supposed that this special advantage granted to Gippsland would to . some extent excite the jealousy of the other shipping ports ini Victoria, but we were thoroughly unprepared for its having aroused the cupidity of some of the Melbourne dealers who d...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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SERMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

S1RRMONS. [rU Sae "scoTaaAn.'") Sr?i,-lt seems! to he-genorally be lieved, that the sermons of to-day are quite ilnfriorlto what sermons used to be. No~', althoigh our best preachers are inferior to Taylor or South,, 1 think it highly' probable that our ordinary preachers are quite as .,able, well educatedl, and effective as the ordinary preachers" of any former period. Bet while the priests have remained nearly stationary, the people have been advan cing. It has become common enough to sea a minister pretending to teach l congregation whose general culture i higher than his own. Besides, we havy grown more critical, and loes tolerapt of ddulnes.. \, a.r 'ntest-mene to oxtin. pIattitroi -z>" *chle?, to tCliig ine s.ni'ar le.liers, a t"i w llt- .rrreri - lul .i tIP articles. IT we ary thltnhtfill, we will hear soil '.}hia rnet aanl sIggei.tiv' ; if we are thoughtiess, we will hear some thing at least startling and spicy. And I even Christian doctrine itself is less ! novel. anri t...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

- PARLIAMENTARY. The amendment of Mr. Snodgrass on the Governor's speech las proved a much more serious affair than was, at first sup posed it, would be. .:The debate has now been carried to a very lengthened period, and on the rising of the House oi this night. week,.there did. not seem much probability of its being closed for some time to cot ie. !no oi'ast publication we gave a summary of the proceedings on the first night of the debate. On the re-assembling of the House on Tuesday evening, Mr. Duffy resumed the debate, and brought forward a report of the proceedings at the different land offices in the colony, especially alluding to'Gipps land, where he stated that 50,000 acres of the best agricultural land in the colony, had been obtained by actual and intend in qfarisers,.and that:the quantity of land open for selectin was far i excess of the of tradesmen'f1,a~taee·e~d foct l occupation, and that in .the city. of, Mel bourne only. two. applicanta betookl them selves to tihe la...

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FULTON'S CREEK. Nov. 11th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

FULTON'S CREEK. Nov: 11th, 1561. Fulton's Creek has at last assumed the ap: pearance of a payable gold-field. The usual amount of jumping claims, drinking, and fight ing, which is' to be seen" on all neiv rushes, having beon attended to, the miners settled quietly into work. Of course 'itwas not to be expected that the clains would pay until they were fairl opened, and had a faitce to work upon. I have no extraordinary finds to!tell you of, such Ihave see. you record. The best paddock as yetwas on the Prospector's Creek- No. 4 claim,'which took 9 ouncesobb of their last paddock.: Two or 'three of the claims on the Main Creek, about the junction of the Prospector's-Crek with it, have had five and six ounces to'the paddock. Two small nuggets, weigiing 2ozas. l7dwt., and 2ozs. 4dwts., were got higler up the Mlain Creek last week. The gold getting here is all. coarse, and I. think; if assayed, would be worth more than Donnelly's Creek gold. The rusl to some imaginary creek between the B...

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COMMERCIAL. SALE CARTAGE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

S 'COMERICIAL. SALE CARTAGE REPORT.. c Owing to the continued dry weather the Gijpoilaiid road are in coinparatively good order, and carriage is consequently low, and very probably will be lower yet, unless supplies of goods exceed our expectations. . Ratea by horse and bullock teams-. Port Albert to Sale, 4s. 6Gd per 112lbs, . l to Bald Hill,7s:. ,, to Bairnsdale, es. 0d. . Sale to Bald HiIl, So.i ,, d. - 'Very few bullock teams are nowi engaged in carting goods from Port Albert; several are, 'however, drawiag wool down the country for ahipmcent. r MELBOURNE MARKETS. fessrs. W. B. and A. S. King's roport'. The market has been supplied ,with cattle of good "and prime" quality. in exeoss. of the demand, which has fallen off i consequence of the increased consumption of lamb and veal. About 1200 head have been s,old at a consider= able: decline on last week's rates. Bsat bullooks btrought £60 0a to £7 10; second do, £ l'Oi to £5 10s.. The veni market has been folly 'suaplied, and a sl...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Nov. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT:.. AnJOJVED.-NOV. 13. . Keera, .e ., 114. tons, S. Patrick, from Mel bounie. Turnbull, Howden,'& Co. agents. Novenmber 16. Montezuma. 130 toils, A. McIntyre, Irom Melbourne:. Johnsoin & Hood,agents. -Eclipse, 180 tons, J. Calder, from Hobart Town. Passengers, cabin : Mrs. Jones, two 'children, and, servant,. Miss James : two in steerage. Johnson & Hood,.agents. November 17. Annie Beaton, 85' tons, J, M'Eschren, from Launceston .. Turubull, Howden, and Co., agents. .. . ... -November 10.. General Jessup, 193" tons, C. Hodge, from Hobart Town. C. Hodge, agent, e'ronTs--5Nov. 14. . -Keere for Melbourne,.630oounces gold; Nov. 19. Eclipse; for Hobart Town, 77 head'cattle. Annie Beaton, for Launceston, 49" headt cattle. - Monteuma, ,for Otago,.54 head cattle, h tons hay.. -.

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The Gippsland Times. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

F:IDL;Y, 1OVEMBER 21, 1s62. Die. nIACKAY'S' motion ", That an address be presented to His Excel lency 'ithe Governor, praying that a commission be, appointed to .`visit' Gippsland, .to_ inquire and report on the-present condition of th t district, its requirements as to public works,. and tie best steps to be taken for the develodement of its resouices," brings to ourmind certain reminiscenses of a former commission,when MIr. Michie and other members of the .Gbvern mint,iwith a whole poss~e of Jockniey legislators, came dowin for the pur pose of testing the capabilities of Port Albert and Welshpool harbors. The'rsiilt of that Ministerial pic iic h?i'?ieen keptSa profoulid secret, and is only now brought to thierecbl. lectioi of somne :of the -parties who came ~p ?examine the diffeient chan nels,; when head-aches, produced by sundry over-doses of.. whisky-toddy call to; mind a similar feeling which was` produced on that memorable occasion. We must, however, boeg Mr;:Michie's pardon f...

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MOUNT USEFUL GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

MOUNT. USEFUL GOLD. S FIELDS. S (iTRO OVR OWN CORRESPONDEoiN.) Binee my last communication matters have gone en very smoothly at Donnelly's, several fraesh gullies have been opened, sand some very fairiprospects obtained. On the Main Creek the min?ors are all doing-well, and seam satiified with thei returne. One ingget of seveInodine was .obtained' by a N?orth of Iroland party, and several h~iv been found weighing from one to three ounces. Tile popu lation seems about, stationary, though several parties come and? have a look and then more off again either to prospect or pass on to the -Jordan....iMany ofthe_ claims are turning out S. flfteen or sixteen. ouncesa per, week, and in Smore than one r two instances a much larger quantity has been worked out of a single paddock. There ls still a great cry out for protection, and many miners-hoard up their gold, afraid of ending it away, fearing'being stuck up, as there are s6'many-euspicious characters abouit, . evidently waiting for a cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

zrnn re v12 Va. d sCa m L efger ~ n 1 Ie n and SPeIT DOEMX E E, DtE Trs a-o for jm- froidme to hi e EDg inf SeaIerz e?jnd ao?hw m tholesa i? er, ? ? l ? i? --er Sourersraainedt- h?. nan _rC so sre, a te r i mar sure n 1e~T oInd-I igniute SIalie .TC Tonakers PaKd Jew ers,, RAYIM3D 0TREER, SALE] A SPLXDID ASfO2rTMENT 4 ji Saregs o nsd felreZn Vo. A -nd Wgeabes, Colonial and eI lia ewelgrr in greastý vaiety Stationary al its 3r6nie et dIe most re.na able rates. A aried seldeeion of Cidrene s Toys. Tobaccos, CigarEand SEnfe. Meercha., Mir, and . P. n a2dI , faner Clay Pipes. C. REESE & CO, beg to draw Ite attention of plrebasera to their a of goods in the abome varied depart nents,the whoanle of 'nih will be soned of the ery beor quality, and at a prrie defying competiton. YORX STREET BAXERY. IN returning tbanls for the very liberal support he bas reeeived smine commencing busines, begs to in form his customers and thepnubic that, from the improved facilities in his new establis...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. HUMAxe RlEtMAINS FOUND NEAR T0I TUPPAL STATION.-On Wednesday last the Policehere received information that some relies of wandering htimenity -hId been discovered on the plains about three miles the other side of Tuppal: home stead, Mr. Noves, surgeon, and 'some constables proceede: thither the follow. ing day to make the'necessary inquiries; from these it appeared that the, reomains were those of a half-witted poor fellow, of about forty years of- age, sandy hsir, and name unknos n, who had some time since been seen about the station. \:The remains,' from their nppearance, were supposed to have been lying seven:weeak on the plains.-Pastoral Times.::: FRIGnTrvuL CeINOtIoE AcOIDENT.- BetWeen tivelve and one o'clock on Satur day 'last, a respectable married womain, living in Camp street, named Fitzmorris, oaught fire throiugh her diress bein so extended by the prevailing crincline.- It appears' that shei was going: inside her tent, not being aware that she was on fire,;...

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BEECHWORTH MINING BYE-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

' BEECHWORTH Mii GINl BYE-LAWYS., -I 4. When at any time a' claim ,whic? has been fairly opened and in working order shall become"unworkable from the 'failure'of the 'isual and necessary supply of water, such sup ply being sufficient'for at-lenstt three-months in each year, or in consequence of-floods, ex cessive drainage, 'or any other unavoidable cause, the claimholder may suspend the work ing of such claim without. rendering it liable to forfeiture, if he' shall procure` from the warden permission in writing, stating the, time of and reasons for such suspension, and shall post a copy of such permission on a conspire o0s placeon the claim. "'5. Any person on whose clai m water han been struck in such quantities na will render the employment =of-;horse, water,- or steam power necessary, may suspend the working of the claim for one month if horse power is re quired, two mionths if waivter, and fodi months if steam power is required, without rendering the claim liable to forfeiture, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

.STAM TO M ELBOURNE THB fine screw Steamship :KEERA J will leave Port Albert every.: FRIDAY. Ftres4:Tfii. b1e).urrieif to ort frdii: 4oc't t Albeirt at 80s, each.. Tr.ight--Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lid. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets..................£5 Available for 14 days.-: For freight or passage apply; to TUINBULL, HOWDEN, :& ',CO Wharf-street, .PortAlbert. , All goods at consignees: risk when landed. All goods'e:ldischarged, if, not removed from the wharf before 4 o cick p.m., will be stored atr consignee?'risk and expense. : a o0 SMorrisby Commander, will leave the La Trobe: Bridge every =Tuesdiay morning, at :7. o'clock, sharp, forithe above. . : i Cabin Passengers .:;.: ..?.. A~ 10 0 Steerage...... ..;.;' 1 1 0 (Including refreshments.) FREIGHT. :' i To Bairnedale,, per ton,;....£' 10 0 To Bruthon (includingeartage..,:l from TambSaw??ills)... 2.: 0 0 Parcels... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

.JORDAN DZGGINGS. J SEWELL, Auctioneer, has cuo . stantly on Sale, by Private Con tract, PACK and SADDLE HORSES, cheap. Apply At the Office, Foster Street, Sale. 20je c .. ack :and 'Saddle Eorsesi.' R. SEAfiL.L holds a SALE, by Auction, every SATURDAY, af Pack and Saddle Horses, at Sale, at Twelve o'clock. 5s a SATURDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER. Sale by Auction. T SEWELL has received instructions tJe from Mr. R: M'Dongall, of SBruthen, to sell, by .auction, at .the .Yards, Foster street; No reserve. Sale at One o'clock. SATURDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, AT the Yards, Foster street, at 12 o'clock noon, without reserve, :8 saddle horses .. OPack do 6 Unbroken do J. SEWELL, Auctioneer. ,MONDAY, 24t NOVEMBER A T the Yards, Foster street,- at STelve o'clock noon, 6 milking cows, :All broken, thoroughly quiet.; No reserve. S J. SEWELL, Auctioneer: FRIDAY, 28th NOVEMBER. Stratford.. Sale by Auction. T SEWELLhas received instructions "} t from ,Mr. D. Weir, to sell by auction, on the ground, on Friday, 28th N...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 21 November 1862

TOWN TALK. By the Goorrnmeat Gazette of the 11th inst., we find that Jericho, Jordan- goldfield, has been appointed a place where a Court of Petty Sessions is to be held. Tenders are called for erecting a Court-house and Wardens office at the same township. We find that the Provisional Geivorreiid of Otago, acting on, we presume, good informs'. tio, hive reftused to admit cattle if shipped at Corner Inlet, or any other'port e' Gippslaid except Port Albert. We should hope that this resolution will put a stop to the nefarious plot which was, not only in contemplation, but was actually getting into working order, by which cattle from infected districts would have beeaesiappe'U at Corner Inlet 'for New Zealand as the produce of some of the Western stations: of this district:., From information received from Melbourne since the publincation of our last issue, we learn that £9 and £10 has been paid for bulooks and 47o' £0, for cowa delivered at a GIppsland art 'for shipj menutto Otago.. W...

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MISCELLALIEOUS. ADLD LANG ONE DONE UP IN TARTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 28 November 1862

M1 3OELLALtJIJ ADLD LAXo aT1J Do'Ec tIP II' TARTAN at., 1',il, .i11, rsf~,,,.. t. t%. Ifigh. As I bAii~f In Ib. Ms f * L. .11.1lst.A.si I.) OhrUh O..Ik.F-lh b "'.r Yrph . r.u.Ads'l I.".4 Id I. I'..4;." Rh.. s C'ls.·II L..sL.s dq* t' cbm Als A thl. ...n. a".., Tl.. bat .. n1. 11."1 he1 lr.4 tn A. t' iitiis pp l..ln ilt.i. " sYbl..A"s.r h .,Iqi.I.his ii 7h+AkF11, hill ,,. p..Itnh 1Y..i eii. Abtlh.A ItIl.. lb. i..~l*s AllsI.ig gl'm A"I~m from L11.11het A.l si,..I, ii~i ii nt nl.ssL..i4 U 1 i1.Jt ...Il I Is~i. s1,s~ tts ' A q.Jeh t.' ..In.1.llh A'.. .I".n .r 1:." hel h.J.ºmnerah "1.11 1.11 ht. "nwhlnn i.A "muy I.. is 5 The r aJJ." hull A An., rn' rl..', W..1l'ssh lsuaI.ii· Lsi i A.'t lirt It.. t. Iii hI.i.it WLhn mw Inl NO-A Ii Jt I' .a A.' -.1. A In nn .rlh ."" hnn " In U~rll MDl. d·p, Th 4.hr .4wTi n I..trlc· I. ýnnJ, of Irk,: f The In..1.1·11..1. Aar I _" Wll nll'(·ullll h .lhl.rh 7.1 A -adl) rier, Ir ~n Thl wedltrianwam l ira m instle Aif FIti.as il.ql.ee, a* withot mo.r rahl miy hl...

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