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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

.,? . ." " . c.' ?;- '.j? % ,;b? :?:' Trii \n ild Sicotich? il? i ltl pwunmn'lg h;is depreiat ions ini Qsntehnlad. " ?,:· niuinl eriof, volinteets are obt ife'g·fhii ti,".t. haven iever *beeni able;toi com?up with hini Ie eine ii sfin robed tihe Leruomti'2 en'iil, !,and etuck up@ o 'number 'of ~,statione 'ift:P'; ·sttd hte Austrtalia d iqla.isshdbot to brinien actiie of br~eah oi'f promii'ie'?Of'mi'tiago' g 'stgintilg?' -L a. Grace, one of toe members of the"Jnte En glish ricketi?ag teil?that vi.ete lie'rountry M ? ai yn ie ae s. aid:'to be actuially starviyn in : th ie city of Au ga kla hiii8 -New '%iZeniandi Many casesa are epo rted of men eltq gten days without food b land : so thorougly exw .haustied as'.tobe'sicrneel able to'crawl-.Th inca hoi?e -ilszorka el ni. I I'nt Mr! fleaei a cl, of fBl'nO nai iiet with.a sigular noe cident, .whiph resulted. in h ln death ,Mr. Hancock was training ilh e,isorse wiet a cow ren undler th~~ anifmal'.and tosied liai?ove.ei •My?: li-ancolck i" ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

'WAGGA WAGGA - 1i9uginuess g itaectotr._ Qrte;J aMagga iPagga fpxpress AND GENERAL PRE.NTING OFFICE, awtn 4r0r arnatWntt PRINTINC TN.every variety and style, with the utmost' des I ,patch. SHandbills, Business Announcements, Merchants', Auctioneers,' and Tradesmen's Business Circulars, Cards,. and Bill Headings, Mteatly displayed. Pamphlets, Club Articles, and Society Reports, dorrectly and neatly executed. Every other description of Letter-prdss plinting zecuted in a superior style. The following forms always on hand, for sale, .DISTRICT COURT PLAINT NOTICE OF SET-OFF AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current 'rates. Drafts isued on all the Branches and Agenciies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelhide, Tasmania, and New Zealand, also on Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 13th September, 1804. S BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Capital ....................... L,000,000. Reserved 3und ............333,333 6s. 8d. W...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

TIIEfollowing is the list of .plaints set down for trial at the sittings of tihe Waga Wagga District Court, to be held on the 22nd February next : J. Abrahams and G. Rogera v. J. H. Pearson, goods sold and interest,. £33 6s. l1d. E. Vincent v. J. Millson, promissory note and interest, £108 5s. 6d. Loae and Roberts v. K Mnurphy, promissory note and interest, £80 is. 4d. J. and VW. 0. Windeyer v. J. O'Brien, trespass of cattle, £150. J. O'Donnell v. J. G(illigan, bill of exclange, ?12 5s. !-,Lurner.v. J. Jackson, promissory note and in. 7- £75s. ." .P -? ips v. WV. G. Capon, money lent, £7 10s. v. M. Iw'inmg, gds sold, £3 12s. J- . .Mady, goods sold and wofq? and one £07 l9s. d."?,?l? - rdwell v. G Gl ,ronisory notb and A. Bannanstn v. J. ~e , slander, £100. H. LeighllTn v. C. Cox, breach of agrecement, £600 R. Nixon v. I. h. Robinson, promissory note and interest, £20 8s. Love and obrto ,. T. Watts, good sold, £19 . v. E. Shlt, goods sold, £6 11s. 8d. tEimley v. J. Smith, goods sold,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. Tus collection of the names of persons en rtitled to vate for members of Parliament -has ,beean completed, and tie compilation of the Electoral Roll is.nod being proceeded with. e finished their part Gf t e. 5t the. rolls themselves are still incomplete, and will always continue so, if. the electors ..wiohse enanies have libeer omitted do not themnselves take, care that the amissions ret supplied. Under the present system this VJnt C' ce6sity be the case. It is inl pOS8ibSe ir-the most vigilant and painstaldtg of Cdoli t yavoid passing over a large numbi~ilc' odu qualified elector '"In a town the colle'f3-i j(r te lis-1ts isa'.tsno ordin ary 'iffiptul ' mistaWes s t occutrence, butlsm; ni ion is.siaarsa e .am nd statiins; arerah the lalility mnenftod anlid 1te14 lie) but api o' nst:ly police i.H. ejie ^er On in lur, e ie the 1dr r inclurded iintIc ae ru 1i to th"1'e no i'ese of If' will be, oe i tlohe right of iQtlhto ti le r hl 1 aqiB Bcibplon now.pur i't doe.s...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 10 February 1866

BIRTH. On the 18th January, the wife of Mr. W. A. MITCHELL, of a SON. DEATHS. At Wagga Wagga Parsonage of Diptheria, ELIZABETH JANE, the beloved wife of the Rev. SAMUEL FOX, in her 28th years. At her late residence, Fitzmaurice-street, South Wagga Wagga, on the morning of the 8th instant, MARY FRANCES, the beloved   wife of W. A. MITCHELL, in her 25th year. At Surry Hills, Sydney, on Sunday Morn- ing, the 5th instant, JESSIE, last surviving daughter of ELIZA and the late WILLIAM MONRO.               On the 31st instant, at Bundidjerie, the infant Son of T. A. BROWNE, ESQ., J.P.     At the residence of her son-in-law Mr.   Thomas Royals, near Queanbeyan, MARY, the beloved wife of THOMAS TILDEN, at the advanced age of 61 years, much respected and regretted by all who knew her. May her soul rest in peace.   THE Wagga Wagga Express. ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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SANDHURST. RYAN AND HAMMOND'S REPORT. February 7, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

B ANDHURST. " RTAN AND HLAMOND'S RtpoaT., February 7, 18660. We have to report a dull market for fat cattle, and, if stock had arrived in only average quantities, we should have had a considerable decline in prices. Supplies have been, however, rather short, so that, if anything, prices are a little stiffer, and decidedly so for good quality, Best beef, worth 30s. per 1001bs.;. middling, ahout 20s. Our sales have been: For Mr. MIorrow, 105 head of cattle, fair to middling, at £5 12s. Gd. for Mr. II. Gwynne, 83 head, at £4 8s. Od. The balance of these will be sold to-morrow, when we expect a good price for them.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO.'S REPORT. Wednesday, February 7, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

MELBOURNE. POWES, ?I?UTHBRPORD, AND CO.'s8 REPORT. Wednesday, Febiuary 7, 1866. Fat Cattle.-Number in, 1348.. Of this number; fully three-fourths were only in store condition; the balance consisted of middling quality, there being none prime; with the exception of a few sihagle beasts. In consequence of the scarcity of good cattle,'that des cription was much sought after, and the' Tew.penned sold readily at a considerable advance on Ilot weeks ratoes. Although inferior cattle may be' said to be a complete drug in this market, the" recent rains.have encouraged graziers to invest, and all those yarded were cleared out at pretty fair, rates, .Our sales' were 1010. Quotatinis . . : d.' :.-F s, d. Best bullocks .. .. 1 ..8.10 0 :' t':10 10 0 Good quality do.. .. . 8 8 10 0 to 10 10 0 Ibiddling do. ... ".' 0. 0. 0 0 to 7 10 0 Inferior do. 3..1. .. ..3"10 0: to 5 10 0 Best eows ....... 7..0 0 to ·8'1 O Good quality do..." .. .. ' 0 0 to 6 10 0 Inferiordo.... .. ' 10 0 to'4 10 0 Fat Sheep.-...

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Commercial. FEBRUARY 16, 1866. Friday, 6 p.m. WAGGA WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

PEB"a?aY 160, 18006 6 :'' S'Friday, 6 p.m. . WAGGK-WAGGA RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. rLad Flour,.per'ton (Fine) ................;"80 0: 0 .&eonds Flour, .per ton ......... . 28 0 0 Wheat. pr:buahel..; .t,0. ...;. s to 0' 10 0 Hay, per ton (Wheoten) 18 "0 "0 Hay, (Best odten)"per ton';? :. ' :- ?. :.: <l8'-.? : 8 0 . Branh per busabel l ?I~?. . . 0':: Pollard, per busheln . .- . ;.. ..?;' 12 6 Oata, perhnWebel 0 9 10 2 Cajrn, pler bnirhel 1";'. '··'~~' ;~ 0 12' :2: Potatoes, per'. cwt,. !'; .. , . 1:"I6 5'0 B "tter,' pe : "b " . '? '0' 2 0' ]' lheesreporlb .. 0 10 . EBggoeonpqr.lb: :. J..:-.; ;'.;:;.?. ; 0:t.::.. i '0?.,' I' 2 0 Egge,:'per"?o~i~;.:; ?'- .- .!..'.? 1 ::;. ;.. . ,':: o·~i' s!

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

Neb0 to tte- iaemen. IT is stated that a coinpaisy is about to be formed for bridging the river: Murray at Echcae. The cost is estimated at £10,000, and applications fdr shares to the amount of £2000 have-already been sent in-To the mail trains on the Victorian railways there is now attached a mail van for the reception of letters and papers up to the moment of start ing, the only condition is, .that double tha usual amount of stamps must be -affixed to each letter."-Large numbers of blacks have been congregating around Echuca of late, andhold. ing numerous corrobories.-LThe Provincial Couricil of Canterbury, New Zealand have voted £200 to M. Chevalier to assist him in his artistic labours'in that islind.--The ex portation of cured meat from Queensland to London heas.been commenced. The meat is cureid by cutting open the beast directly ithas been killed, and forcing an injection of sugar, salt, and other ingredients into the:vessels oef.: the heart.:--It is 'stated, ,that an -Anglic...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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DENILIQUIN. Friday Evening, February 9, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

DENILIQUIN. Friday Evening, February 0, 1860. Though the refreshinig rain extended, more or less, throughout tiverina, and'was suificient to relievie us from the danger of a protracted drbughlt, it Wid' not long enough in duration to restore perfect confidence to the market. Our advices represent grass springing up nicely, but they mostly contain the wish for an other twenty-four houirs' rain. This is just what is wanted to ensure growth to the grass. At present, the young feed is liable to be nipped any day by a hot wind, which would as effectually arrest its further growth as a sharp frost. It is the chance of this that prevents store stock starting from New England. There are plenty there, and in very fair condition, for at no time has the drought seriously inconvenienced that part of the country. Without any more hot winds, drovers could depend on fair feed along most of the roads, and, if arriving here with suitable cattle, would command a ready market, both for settlers on the...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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F. A. TOMPSON & CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

,...., F. .'A,-. TO.MPBlOX? & CO..-"", : REPORT T radegenerally has been dull for, sone time past, :,i.but, in thise, Wagga Wagga is not. an exception' .: to the r+lde. Commercial afairs throughout the colony'having ?een greatly depressed for many m.onths, owling principalll to the late dalamitous drougltht, and the disturbed and obstructive con l: dionof our political elements. Tlhefrst cause : :fehappily passed away, but the. second ap : pears to. be .one of the constituent parts or natural ingredients of so called " Responsible" Administration, in .our misrepresented, ill-go rerned country.. We can hope for nothing until -- -that "withlerng curcse" atd political incubus, U 'Tniversal ufitrage," or "sufafering" (as it has . been facetlouesle termed), is shaken off our oppressed shloulders, alnd the price of Crown : Lanids is reduced to e6. per acre, or to what Sthey wlUl fetch, oln fair competitlion at Auition, widthout .eserve. The wealth of aeouiit?' must must tilowas -d...

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STATE AID TO RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

STATE AID TO RELIGION. AT the last general election the question of State Aid to religion, though it occupied but a secondary and subordinate share of public attention, yet exercised a powerful and deci s ive influence over a very 'large section of the electors, and determined surely though unob 'trusively the fate of many a contest. It was never made a prominent battle-cry, but the friends of State Aid kept their object steadily .;in view; and while otherparties struggled for .the victory upon questions of free trade, finance, and protection, they threw in their weight in support of the candidate who professed allegiance to their cause, and were ofden enabled to secure his return. The re sult of the elections showed that the State Aid party had gained a considerable accession of strength in the Assembly, and indicated the -setting in of a reactionary current of popular opinion. When the new Parliament met the attention of hen. members was claimed by other matters of more immediate ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

IN THE MIDST OF LIFE WE*ARE IN DEATH, Oew a?nd most aluable-" edlclnes for lhther to intractable and inourable diseases. U NLIKE the Patent Medicines generally imported from the United Kingdom, the, following from France have been seerere!y teoted and, scrutinised by the most eminent and practising Physicians of.Paris, &c., in 'so much that the entire Parisian Medical Faculty, attached to the Government and other Hos pitals, &c., in the French dominions, can, after rigorous triatels, with the fullest conftdenee,recommesd them to the favorable notice of all languishing not only under ordinary diseases, but those who may be ' hoping against hiope." No more Cod i-tver Oll--Syrp of lodized Horseradish. Prepared by GanIlanol & Co., Chemists, 7, lue de Fenillade Paris, according to the certiicates of the Physicians of thebo Paris hospitals detailed in the Pros pectus, and with the approbation of several Aeadem'ics, tilss Syrup is employed with the greatest sucocess...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

ARRIVAL 0O' THE ENGLISH MAIL. Tnr greater portion of the following tele gram was issued as an extraordinary from the "Express" Office on Monday last: The English mail arrived in Adelaide this morning. The P. O. Company's steamship Ellora ar rivea at King George's Sound on the 7th, and left on the 8th instant. The Australian October mails, via Mar seilles, were delivered in London on the 16th December. and via Southampton on the 22nd December. Parliament will be opened on the 5th February, The Queen will. presidle, buet there is to be an unusual ceremony. The robes of state, instead of being worn, are to be laid on the throne. The speech will be read by the Lord Chancellor. The Princess Helena has been formally be trothed. The Prince of Wales has been holding Court receptions. The King of the Belgians died on the 10th December, and is succeeded by his son. A new Reform Bill has been promised, and great ministerial changes are expected. The trial of Fenian prisoners at Dublin and Cork...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

'J~oite rc ourt. . " SATUDnAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1868. (Beforeo'J. H. WVallis, Esq., J.P.) I STiaIaGNo A x AE.-Alfred Leonardwasbrought up in custody, and charged with having in iss possesion an axe which hewas resonIably aue. pected of having'stolen. oThe prisoier pleaded guilty, admitting thatl he Iad stolen the axe. Sentenced to three monthg imprisonnient. ./ .MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. (Before Charles Lockhart, Esq., J.P.) UNLAWFtULLY DISCInARGISoG FREARMS.--Thomas MicClune and John Dogherty were charged by Constable M'Laughlin with discharging firearmops, on Sunday last. The flrst prisoner pleaded not guilty, and the case against him was dismissed. T~he second prisoner pleaded guilty, and was fined one shilliug or twelve hours imprisonment. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. (Before J. J. Fennell, Esq., J.P. SrTABBINs G.---James Baldwi was discharged from custody on the above charge onTuesday last, asthe date of the remand had expired. He was then re apprehended and was brought before the Bench this mo...

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Miscellaneous. THE TRUE STORY OF ST. VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

£tRisfcellatteo us.F THE TRUE STORY OF ST. VALENTINE. Or all the saints in the calender, St. Valen tine is the most popular among all classes of society, and, at the same time, most generally known-at all events by name. That such a saint did actually exist is admitted by all as an undoubted fact, although but little is knowh of the pious man whose name has become as sociated with the devotees of the blind god. People may doubt the existence of Shakes pears or Romulus and Remus, but no one has been bold enough to question the existence of St. Valentine. He is no mythical personage. His name is to be found not only.in the learned productions of antiquaries of all na tions, buralso in the breviary, in ecclesiastical histories, and in the Bookiof Cominmon Prayer. Histories speak of his deeds, his earnestness, his endurance of physical suffering, and his cruel death, and he held an honoured place in the army of martyrs. But he lived and died at a time so distant that we have but little ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. NEWS TO THE 6TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

LATEST TEL LEGRAMS. NEWS TO THE 6TH JATUARY. A revolution ,has broken out in Spain, headed by Don Carlos. Mexico is in a state df revolution against the Government of the Emperor MIaximiliani. The French troops are to return .rome at once. A treaty of Commerce between England aiid Austria has been agreed on. It abolishes the differential duties. It willshortly be ra tifled. / Bank discount is 7 per cent.!

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Wagga Wagga Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

~otteeponeance. (To the Editor of thd lWagga Wagga Eapreas.) Sme,-Oiar attention has been drawn to a paragraph in your paper, stating that the Oronoko Plantation, the property of ?essrs. Dixson and Sons, of Sydney, was not sold at Forbes, but they have de termined to carry it on, &c. And we shall be obliged by your informing youir readers that wce have not, nor ever had, any Tobacco Plantation either at Forbee or any where else, and, therefore, we could neither offer it for sale, nor determine to carry it on. Your correspondent must either have - been misinformed, or must-be pue of those persons who know more of other people's business than the people concerned. We are, Sir, S Yours obediently, DIXSO0N AND SONS. February, 7th, 1866.

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Colonial Summary ROBBERY OF THE YASS AND GOULBURN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

;"z o~~lonial *l Summatnl lIOBBERY OF THE TABS AND GOULBURN MAIL. .e.i regret to state that this distriot, which )i?ae?s been free from armed robberies salbco the .?ilast visit of Hall, Gilbert, and Dunn, previous to the well-merited death of the two former, has been visited by the new gang of bash Srangers which, under the leadership of Tommy Clarke, have already madethemeelvee notorious by their depredations. It was we believe known to the police au thorities on Tuesday last that the robbers were in the district, and'they had expressed their intention of sticking up the mail on ,. the Great Southern Road near Goulburn, In consequence of this information, two mounted Stroopers were sent out to escort the Sydney ,: maillon Wednesday morning from near Mlr. : Plumb's, a distance of twelve miles from town, into Goulburn or the immediate neighbour ;i hood. While the police were with the coach on this duty, their attention was attracted when about five miles from town, by a man well moun...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 17 February 1866

TeIegra~iic. pnfefigence. [reOM vaRoUs o5 OiCES] SYDNDY. Dunn" haa been committed for murdering Sergeant Nelson. Capt. Robinson has been sentenced to death for murdering his mate. M'Eneroe acquitted of burning St. Mary's Cathedral. The ad valorern duties are giving great annoyance to the shippirig interest by the delay which they occasion in clearing ships in their. discharge. The Customs officers seized a large qnantitp of goods yesterday for being landed before the ad aloreo duty was paid. " Arrah na Pogue" promises-a rich harvest to the lawyers. An injunction zist was granted to-day, returnable on Monday, to prevent the lessee of the.Victorian Theatre from playing it. BRTSBANE. A disturbance aniongstthe emigrants on board the Golden City took:place on Satur day night; they had just landed, and threat ened to burn the depot. Forty were 'con fined in'the lock-np and were fined to-day. MELBOURNE. : The Dnke of St. Albans (travelling incog), and Sir Frederick Johnston, arrived by the...

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