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BERWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

IIERlWICK RACES. On New Years ])n this annual race meetil. held at Souter's Gilppland liotel, and 1ied successfully both in point of attendance ofopre., and numerous fields of horses contesting the rte events. The weather was beautifully fine. Berwick Brass Band relieved the monoton of y{ proceedings...with occasional selections of au which was a very new and agreeable feature. races passed off: with but one accident, whtrih eurred in the llunlle nace to Fred liersood rider of Comedian. ie sustahird rathere injuries.from his horse falling over n hurdle, much regret rns expressed on tile course at tbet. fortunate occurrence, for the young man is aet~er favorite. After the start for tilhe Maiden Plate of £., tn round tile course, Sailor anid Gnrnunr did the t1h. ing, and shortly after Robin bolted off the to Sailor continued his lead once and a half ta when Granny and 1Mr. Watson's inare camto front and rneed home, Ilaidee following in t wuke. M3r. lPane's Granny proverd her'elfarc pa...

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GRIFFITHS POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, 29th December, 1877. LICENSING COURT. Before Mr. Templeton, P.M. Captain Reid, and Mr. Stewart, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

GRIFFITHS',POINT POLICE COURT. Saturday, SOth December, 1877. LICEsINO COURT. Before Mr. Templeton, P.31.. Captain Reid, and Mlr. Stewart, J.P. Tlihe follow~ing hotel licenses were granted: -John Woods, Woods' Hotel; George Hull, Pier; W.. L. Williams, Victoria; Francis Baur, Isle of Wight-; John Dickins, Grantville; Thomas Bergin, Grifliths' Point; James Carew, Kilcunda. Transfers were issuedu to J.' B. O'Meara from William Supden for the Bass Hotel, and to John Pain from H. Schuler for the Prince Alfred.• aIr. Teinpleton as' bout tod retire from the Bench, and was earnestly requested by the other magistrates to remain, but lie stated that before he 'could preside application should have been made. to the Minister of Justice. He then retired, and the following formed the Bench, 'Messrs. Stewart, Reid, Fowler, Turnbull, and S. West. .Tohn Evans v. William Gillespie was a charge of trespass of i bull, througlh which injury was done by the breaking of fences. It also transpired that d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

ScQ?oFnsusL-IrreaS?isiblOesjctilatorsareagain at work endeavouring tQ deceivo the public with im ported and domestic unmedicated drmam by F.e preseniting them to be the same as.or equal to t UDoLPIb WOLE'S SCI?IED? AROMAMO TICSCenXAPPr'. The rial article bearoon its .label the signature and addreis of the proprietor, and its name is embossed on the bottle. Ask for it liid take ng others di INiE!-FoR s Tms TEErnHAwND ltrAT.-AA few drops of the liquid "Floriline" 'sprinkled on a wet1 tooth-brush .produces a pleasait lather, which thoroughly cleanses the the teeth from all parasites or inipurities hardens the gums, prevents tartar, atoC decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly.w'"'-- ?'5, and ia delightful fragnmce totho.bre2' . ;..iiteness, all linpleasant odour arising .fr - t.n. It remioves tobheco smoke. The "" .ml delcaed teeth or composed in pa"s " ra_-nt Flordlne,"' being cious to . of honey and swet.herbs, is deli vor'o" ' ; 'lo taste, and tite, greatest toilet discovgry . t...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

CadNBOURNmE PHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, Decembei .': : =The Presideni t U amcs t eveylfq anod aces Poole, Rossotei; Horda Greos, Te Seretirr hosing radl themhiutes of the--pro Sn °mitte. A discusion eisied, uis to the ai?s?petener to amend the minutes by thi . of the resolution, and it was :resoled to er opinio of the Shire's counsel on= thl i?e The minutes were then confirmied, as 'rd. 'refplt of the Fiunaee Conunitteei?econi aydeo InuneL of aeCounts, camounting to: 3 a ndopted ood the Counciladjoured' foi S11n-Iour, to enable the Seeretary to make the ,? e gii, Coinenillors ole anid' Rositcr were to Piornatteroi ht it wouldbis ell nnt thmeeting lapse, pending the receitdof o ied , o?p lon c thiepoints Lsubmitted and lie ,ia.jouri..?uicitlo - Iioward sno?ed an ho thle business be proceeded witll, I u a wpeoreesondene was tlhen r' dand • " : i Ob R?IPOnDl"COE F - or a ete o , " " -- . ... ? ,? ? ,' i h? s . ýcl!ion asking how -, was tint his S t uatlynn de. Iho Scretaa was instructed t...

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EUMEMMERING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

EUME3131ERIXG RACES. These always well patronised annual locl w! came off at Hennessy's, Eumemmering Ilotd.. Boxing-day and the day following, and haviei advantage of delightful weather, the raee?c presented a crowdod aspect. Proceedings ton fis?t day commenced with the Maiden Plate oi b sovereigns for a spurt of a mile and n-half, sali ldtimately, after a short tuzzle fell to the lot lof : W. Blrunt's' Dinnh; Mr..31. Phillip,' RIcts being close tip for second place, and Mr. J. th_+ Barney a:good: third. The first llo?ein te5 Race, rvnled at four guineas, for all hoMses thit' never won over t£5 was ruinin mile heats, d carried off by Mr. G. Howard's Stranger. .,I H1onk's Phmbe being a good second, and ?01. 3feGintv's Flirt a long war behind, wa. thindt rc District Race of five sovereeins, open to all a kept within ten miles of tlhe cours, and forli they had to! travel around" twice. This timel mysteriotusly running Stringer was beaten nb V R. Brunt's 3tormon, ir. W. McLellan's lheti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

S.SHRE .'OFP' PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. UAA AiUL STAT3MENTai 1 ''Account for the yrr ending September 30, 1877. • " . ?-.i. ::'?, .+ :C :..I..: . ' RE.CEIP TS. To Balance in Oriental Bank. .;. ..' £30' t011 Balance in Treasurer's hands '22 0 .3 ,, beneral eens, ... .. 3. .. ",Publnbicans' 1n.eri .. ... 30 .0 SSlaughtering Licenses ... ... 0, m'D6g Licenes . 1 8 16-0 -.142-1 16 1" : EXPENDITURE. SCntraonDeits. road, John Sykes, Contract 85 £9 0.5 9 ,,Penaties bbing, &Cler., oPett Srnbull's riona, Thos. ... .2.10 0' nalEn ininga., Bass ?nt ... 2 '. 9 0 . Refund, Publicans' Bienee .. " ... . 23 0 , 'Dr.BalaneOriental Ban ... .. ... 9... 5 00 ,, ,- .-*,; !I.: . '.:::'. : " : EXPENDI)ITURE. Puao_" Woaa.--By Grubbieg. kc.; Meloafdiecarood, John Sykes, Contract 85 £9 0 01 Grubbing, "c., Turnbull's road, Thos. Bonrke, Contract 8672 10 0 :Dranig, A., Bass raid, P. Quinlivan, Contract 87 .6 9' 0 "Grubbing, &e., Main Western fort road; Corinella, J. . W. Emery, Contract 88 1...

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Meetings of Local Bodies. SHIRE COUNCIL OF PHILLIP ISLAND AND WOOLAMAI. Saturday, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

coteL- O OF PIILTLIP ISLAND Silf@ AD O OOL3UA.L Saturday, December 22. ... r The 1resident.(Mr. S. West); Conne lnderland, Fowler, -larks, Turnb'll, and h minutes of previous meetinig aid" annual etre mend and confirmed, after an explai on a. t the holding of the annual r.eeting: .r?o ' CORgs •"0DENCE. -" tl-nt Engineer, 1nliranr , in reply. en ant "r t, "of plan of 1projs.ed Shire iwledrring to otcer conteas' in hand, tlhe Cer of Works to inspect and report on eg orThe Clerk said the work was well d ia i "-oonee witlh the spweifieation.' On dune oCouncillis Trnbull and Kidd, it as a. r tht te amount be pid.-In reply to '"r Fowler, the President said Mr. Muntz otaoee at a nominal salary o f.5.--Coun relFo Icr wanted clearly to iunderstand what the a~ ,ted for that. amount, e thought the ed the Council by his letter with dis t. He gare notire of motion to reduce the ost nent of Lands, referrilig the Council Ont mt at Public Works, as to southern e of Shire.--From Department of Public...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

W0,E0l FOLDfTISIlOG ,ey Words, for One InertiOnI .'. ... 1s. Sto Thirt dsi do ,.. s. dtoFo brs, do . as. Fo iron , at the rate of 3s. per inch, , SI for One Insertion only . : thor DIcoOSr up1n lln advertiscment appear ig for Three Mloiths. Trade Ayertisements a insetsed at considerably reduced rates. adverdoiements n"st" secify~ it the faceoof'tltem the number of insertions,; or they will be econ tinred and charged for til countermanded. All onlte for witdamil or alteration to be sent in on the day prior to publication.: Mortisements can only be discontinued by written orders. Solicitors= IILLER, THOMAS, 64 Little Collins street cast, 3relboarnie; .and Sunnyside Cottage, Chapel street, St. Kilda. Eutchirs . ::'.: pLý?GER, JOHN, 'General Family Butcher, Rowena Parade, Richmond. l. JOLT, Water Filter' 3ranutfaturer, 117a SC?digan street, opposite Argyle square, Ctantrt foriiini-fly of 1 9Arg-lo place, Lygan street. SoreytS-- - IOLAD LOXTON, Authorised Surveyori ounder Transfer of Lan...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

The Australian Journal for the month of inmuary is tolhand l".'Teisipdee, or r Which shall be the Heir?" still occupies the leading position maong the tales; and the interest-of it iswell maintained. Among the stories is one by "Waif Wander, an old aid' valued contributor; it is entitled "The Ever lasting Hills," a story of one Christmas, and will be found to well repay perusal. There is also a story by Thlomas B. Clegg, of .Ballarat. In one piesent number, theik is a uielody, eiititled "-Va nished," br Harry W. Taylor. The reading matter is geierally i'ell-solecd.ted. : ' . We leve to aekniouwledge the receipt fromi Mr.'F. F. Bailliere, the publisher of an elegantly-got-up paniiphlet,' entitledl.'."Thle History and Progress of Surgery," being an address which will be delivered to the medicad students of the Melbournee Hospital, on the occasion of the'presentation of the prizes in the class of operative surgery on Friday, December 14th, 1877. The pamplilet is printed oil toried pape...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

:WEDNESDAY, JAiUARY.!l2nd, 1878..-. WE are now in the. midst of another' dead lock, and it will be ihell for- the people of this colony to .consider how. it .has been brought about, and who is to blame for it: First then it is due entirely to the action of the Governmeiit ini placing the item for pay ment of members in the Appropriation Bill instead of including it in a separate statute. 'From the very commencement of the session Mr. Berry showed, a strong disposition to .quarrel with the. Upper..House.; his theory was that it should be abolished ; he prac tically.'igdnord it on every possible occasion; and spoke slightingly of4,it;,;at last the crisis has come,, but ,,we venturer to, think that thieground on which the Assembly has joined issue with' the Ciouncil is not one that will recommend: itself to =the public: Had Mr. Berry'not placed theitem.nfor poy ment of members in the Approdriatio'n Bill, it is very probable that, the House 'would have passed it; but it would not act un...

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CONCERT AT CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

;CONCERTr AT.: CRANBOURNE.. The 'entertainment under 'the auspices'of the Cranlourie Youne Men's ?Mutual' Imn prove ment Society, in ;aidi of thelieiiia ,Famine. Fund, held in the T;emperance Hall on the:21st December, ,was a great success. M?[r.: Jaenies L'ecky, J.P.; 'President of the Societyd occupied the chair, and ilie hall wi's crowded in:ll parts., ,The programme was an excellent one,land the:-audience seemed highly iileased with the: entertainment. Prodeedinjts, oliensd' with ain overture fiom tle iBeiickk.brias~. banid;, Lhich miistere'd ii great strength, andiplayed sdveral selections during. -the. evening in, avery . creditable style. Miss Patterson sang "'The Charmed Song: very pleasingly.; Miss Jessie Thom son's song,." Like a Summer Shower," was very iiellisng ; ,this young 'l ady has a Csplendidi 'soprano voice, which, isvhen fully developed, will be much sought after.. Mr: •Thomson read :' Tlhe Golden Loaf", in his usual style; Miss Hudson 'and Mr.: Wm. Dtiff'thengi'...

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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, December 31.   Present:—The President (Mr. J. Smedley) and Councillors Hoare, Delaney, Petty, Holloway, Finger, Laidlaw, and Williamson.       The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed.         CORRESPONDENCE. From the Chief Secretary's Office, asking to be furnished with information respecting the Shire, to assist in compiling returns.—Referred to the Secretary. From Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution, for- warding report, and soliciting donation.—Received. From Thomas Dickson, Government Auditor, calling attention to a circular issued by the Roads and Bridges Department, containing instructions for the guidance of the Auditors, in auditing municipal acounts.—Received.       From the Goverment Statist, acknowledging receipt of Shire returns.—Received. TENDERS. Were opened, and the following accep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

' Education Department, Melbourne, 27th December, 1877. ITENDERS are- invited for the PULLING . DOWN and RE-BUILDING a portion of State School No. 293, Hawthorn. A preliminary deposit of £10 must accompany each tender. Plans and Spteifications may be seen, and forms of tender obtained at the ofces of this Department. Tenders are to be addressed to the Secretary, endorsed ?Tetnder, for Works antHaithorn,", and delivered at this office not later than One o'clock p.m. of Tuesday, 15th January, 1878. The lowest or any tender will not neecssarily:be accepted. W. COLLARD SMITH, onaj M1inister of Public Instruction. SALE (No. 4770) of CROWN LANDS.in fee siple, at the auction' iioms, of" Messrs. Stubbs.and.Taylor,.Collins street west, Melbourne, on Tuesday, the fifteenth January, 1878, at two o'clock p.m. SUBURBAN LOTS. Parish of Deuontta Galla,' county of Bourke, ad joining' the towrnship of :Essend, on the Mel bourne road. Upset price, £25 per lot. Charge for survey, £1. Lots 1 to 5, area...

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A HOLIDAY TOUR THROUGH PHILLIP ISLAND AND ITS SURROUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 2 January 1878

A HOLIDAY TOURi THROUGH PHILLIP ISLAND AND ITS SURROUNDINGS;:. [By NMO.] On Friday morning, the'2lst December, I found myself at the "notedi Mr. John Cleeland's Albion Hotel, in splendid 'timn as I thought, to secure a box-sent by the coach for the above route, which starts at 7 am. with the usual punctuality of Cobli and Co.'s lines all over the Australisi' colonies ; but alas; as'Bobbie tBurn" 'hasl, wells.aid,;' The bisth'lsid scheines of 'mcen and mice' gznig aft agle',"asi'd iii this instance I.hid to submit to the bitter disappoint ment to me of having to take an inside passage on the first pait of 'my journey, 'through even earlier birds than myself having been astir before me " to catch the worm" in the shape 'of securing the. box seats before even the coach: had arrived at what'I considered the starting place, namely the above well known Bourke-street " hostelry." iHowever started I was, and after rapidly passsitg through i'aristocratic St. 'Kildai' market-gardening Brighto...

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BEAU WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

IIEAU L. ILSOU. Towards tlhe end of the reign of Willi.s, ill. London tsietr mwas lpuzzld by the alpplreanmce of a young aspinuit to fashionable faue, who soont, be alnne the talk of tile town fron the style in which he lived. ills house was furnished in the most expensive manner: his dress was is acostly as the most extravagant dandy could desire, or the richest noble initate; his hunters. hacks, and reerrs were the best procurable for money ; and he kept the first of tables, dispensing hospitality with a liberal spirit. And all this ias done withott any ostensible means. All that was known of hint was, that his name was Edward Wilson, and that he was the fifth son of Thomas Wilson, Esq., of Keythorpe, Leicestershire, an impoverished gentleman. lresa Wilson, its lie was clled, is described by Evelyn as a very young gentleman, " civil and goodl-natured, but of no great force of understanding, and very sober, and of good fiame."' Ie redeemed his father's estate,onid portioned off his...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

o rnaot fa aectarian icr hi'ter. aTP u all' it fr diribttty anderrtoa , ')uncecc r [hat we do unit Ia ti r expor nnulrneinn freeed hib ý,iara*',,axt dree of thte wrncOiter, tas0 guarantee nJ a ahlrin to the Editor, apnd onta'in ,wt ý,t b. r fIlrL~ie~onuntre~

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

. ..... :' .. ?~"?" l lc'?:j'i 7?- ? 7:':;>; .:." -:r: D.tLtoDE\ONG MiuksE .-Tli e Itiarket, yesteally was somewllat 0nior :lively tli-ii it hls beeii for soine tinme. i:Althoughr it is ilito considered '-h the local dealers to beh niiicquisition, "Cheap John" seems to do ai good. business "notder thie shed," disposing of a variety of wines, and causing eonsi derble mnuselmrent. 'Thenr was ia good supply of pigs and Oi adves, the bidding for/ which/ seemied to be pretty brisk. M3essrs. ?Egiln ald Clarke report the following as the ruling prices: 3Milking cows £5 to £4; spriigers £5 l0s. to f-l.; store cows, 30s. to ti0s., iarkert brisk; blwon pigs 50s. to 57s.; piorkrs 2its. to :10s.; slips Gis. to 1ls.; ?ilves 5s. to 30s.; sheep. ewes Gs. to Ss. Gd.: hides :1t. per lb; calf skins lId.; cheese lil. to 1d.1; kna garooinil.wallouly skins 9d. -.: j .i EASTI:INs MAlKET, SituirdIayi tilt allslsirv.- Yegeahbles': 13eins, broad, 2d. ;per lb.; do., ,kidney, 31d toa d do; beel. (Gd to 9d ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

l.hesteamship.eatarrivedriihe Jj7vonu 'l'hursday uorin , riigi- last briniio seveiteeii ,d:i's later nevts fron Eflnlilnd, viz., iup to ilth 1? thviNueti, er. 'The ovagee was done ulniOSt entirely under steaim. Mr.' I 1 Phlillips met with :i heavy loss on ITliiu rsday 'ist inu the deat.i of 'his well known racehorse Iluto. The cult hadl int Ie lei well sinlc the Chamipion race, andl was tiuid an Thirsiaky uiorini lying dead in his boi. post mortai showed that' death wias eaused by rirupture of sonie internal bloodi' vessels. co:ns?·lent, possibly on overi exertion. In . consequence rof the dcadlock .thoe Coiii missionuce of Customs Ihas orderedl the dis mantling of the Victoriia. Thlere will thus lie a saviFi, of £40100; it is to I e hiped that the deadlock will lead to still more striking; instances of retrenclimnet. It should not ble bforgotten that, if M:'. Berry had' been illowed to' have his own way, the iexpienditure woidd have Ceeli much larger this year than in any. pievious...

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INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

]QUESTS. !-ingt was ,ehld by Dr. Candler, the Coroner, the 4th inaiut, at landenonlg, upon the muti-: dreTain, of Felix laliel, 5G years of age, late hej? r on the Gippelanld line. td'e Yetts, labourer, was asuiting decn.eed, at satin, at about 6i. p.m., 11 the 2nd, lhetn au11 aluteup, and the driver siglalioed to olpet -te". Deeeoed soddenlr said, "tShe is not. ,* tau topl" and r.t off to ope lithe gte 'o. 5. lCd? the bridg,, but about .0 feet. further on, had otruck him, lie was knoketd down, and had nUa cut off. `lhe gate should not ho e s but. The engine was iot ulexpected. ld us lefcetlf sober, and ratioilul at the w. bLitan, theetgine-driver, in the employv i?t, cid the train wsas one of ten loaded ~ n Oiakleith to Iterwiek. Hie ge g the u?l for opening the gate. Hr shuit Off the ott forty aris from the bridge o1 seeing i ntni5'tSt the "fIeefoot . T¶ihe engiine ibot 0 yards from the oate, and then it ot4tt,and wsi brought up bv htrikes, 'at b-tds further 0on. 1.410 Shpatt, the...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 9 January 1878

TIHE Wml t. I b .TiEAL.kST.. :ilho war in the East ha:s assum,1d ,i new, but not altogether uiiex)piected ph sce. The superior strength of the Russians is begin nin" to tell, and thev are inakiing suchl headwit thlit rhe author ities in EL I ull aire beginni'g seriously to consider fte desir: bility of mediating between the contending parties or doing something at ian rite t'or the protection 6f British interests. it has beeni iumoured " tht E'gland will take part in the wair, but ?in eiort will lie nado first to re-establish peace, and it is ant undoubted fact that the 'Enlisli Government at the requiest of the Sidft:iii linhve conslted to ask the IRussian ,Go verlient swh'at te'ilis of peace it woul be prepared to:ncltept. Iii consequence of this :new phase of the Eastern question Parlianment has been smn moiieid to assemble on Jlanitary 17tlh. It is generally expiected that Eniland wrill bc unable to accept llussia's terims, ;and war ws ill thien be almost inevitable. Regarding t...

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