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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 December 1883

, Did thee gawi tortheroslin niatch, •iou?.w:,`as .thie.'.lutation :Ihr 'eeiied ,rom an enthusiastic. Cousihi Jack, the .norningatfer 'Miiller had iiimet Blakb'uin -md Tho'nmas in the`. wrestling match. Jpon intiniating that I had no special .seakness-'for uitn'essig inen bhump :ach others breakfast out, m iinterro ,ator broke into extacies and declared .hat "Twaur .raal sport you;" at- the ;ame time recalling; manyincidentc :of he tussels'he had witnessei in ytithful days at. Srt. Anns: ' Rosle;" he ex claimed in. great contempt, "i.ler cussn rosle a leetle bit, why it be all bruite strength an' na science. Hin cussn rosle he. I do ha'seen Cleetle bits o' fellows as ud thrown un so high as a cabin ef they'd put a jacket on he, but it wauir rahr fun nevertheless. It do seem' to make. 'me disremember Billy Penglaise afore he-conie to man, an' hiow is fathcr'd a tepach them boays. 'Three v im: ..Th'. ellest rwarnt up ta muich roslen, but. Billy I Lor a niarcy it do make melarf! TII' o...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 December 1883

1' \TiONISr 7100 \L NI N71. Id I - N , 1300K' S:IAJ`, JONERY," TOY &: I YNC\GOOD17 NICli~oIS sor si LT, I OOTSCI:. \ - SEASON 4SS3.. ' . WSTISAI LIAN" 1UST·::·-- -:·~; Ti · ,-: WSTR~kAII1V(Y3. d CIi RISTMNA r CIIHRI STMA: `CARDS CARD~S AUSTR ALIc~\=..c`: AUST1 ALIAN v.ti,,#7x ,;i AUSTRAiLIAN: - NEW V EA V, T EW 'tEAr, CARDS CARDS CO '.JIRDIS D FRo HOME FRIEND -OR HtOMEt FRIdENDS 'ld`t:ui L ing.'Maiiaournc. Novembe~r 6thi priose in London Decenmber 29th. Largei tissorttnet of NEWI and Beautitfu] Designs i a ~~~'a~.o(t4bil~ CARDS Suit itik for se.nding io friends ini tli& bid Country.~ -, a, Greait! Variety~ `of' 'Amricani~i mtd Etiropcan CiiLISTJiAS' C NE\\ Y'EAR!. CARDiS Nsow on' View at S LýA D 7. ,' S fBook ýaC1d..Stati~oner~y ,Warehouse,, MNICItOLSONA STRLLT, 1 OOTSCRiA (a (Net 1: a~dar!'ko Offie) I N'Sc"I' E C''IO- "'I'N V IT ED.'.' Always in'st -iVVt .! ItO '"x,11 ': }\"i · ·r' :7 , 9· I·:·-·. ·'t'I: ;· `. J r! E - E \r'" 't1\r 1 : 1'0:I. .: ii \Iiii ft -!'` KfO...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 19TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 December 1883

BOROUGH-:CO.UNCIL. ,VEDsESDAo , 19TH DECEMBER. Present-Crs D. itchell (Mayor), Johnson, -Burrows, 'V. Mitchell, Cummng, Stephen, and G.; Truman. The mninutes of the previousmectingwereread and confirmed?i -,+ .... -CORRE.SODEN?CE. ". :' Letters ouitwa.rd were"-.read and confirmed And the folloiving inward received. , From Victorian Rowing Association, request ing Council's patronage at the Annual Regatta. -Granted.. From - P. M. Salmon . pointing out. the desirabillty of erecting, a swimming bath in the'Borough.---Received. Cr AV. .Mitchell intimated that he had a motion to come on later in. the evening which would deal with the question of baths. From \V. Jones, complaining of the nuisance caused: in German .Roadhby vehicles driving over the footpath. iHe also requested Council without. further delay to make a properly kerbed and channeled footpath.-Referred to metilbrs of north Ward. - :Froith Municipal Association, stating that iny furtiher amnendmens or suggestions on the 'Local...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 December 1883

'Banks. HIEN A TION L 1 N lO1 :}.a(Incorprted byActs o ictoriai;tr :South Astraliani-iid VWstern ,;A ostralian Pa rliae nntsa. ) ;: CAl!ITA;, : 0 00?0 S busi. i ss in0000 Slrsts of £5e c l i rI' r'xi. P i i.£t,.; . 'i.,:,,:: 00,000 sc? y isc ;: n Lo,\ a Ik::.: .k has •CORN EIROF liF DE uAMINAPIER STS.! `:,r'= _. ::.. l],illsliscountcd z ' ýr:-'- Le :e oitds received. and ,Intrmsot atio P. i. Stl oe :,;ici:lson .: Srec ;dý:i·"" ,: o?:.' , :th: ?n. na:r l d)Irafts;istsued 'oi nlgland inItlie Culonies ???tBankidng c business in, hlits' brynchis transd p'h O -oina wOili? , Loan, Ci k has beeno ?nopioie tt i i"uction 'itooms Of . .r '.witlc,,d for tn.oactio,, of bosiscs, ev.ry {Tuuesday nioiong; from to'to'i: o"ck. Loansgeo?nted on'iiper sonalor' other scurities froo 5i4 upwardsl; rpay?able by ,?' kly or monthly instalmn .. : . :. i:mi :O -::" P f L: M' :: OiNAgen. Dressmakers. Wislies the Latdiesi of. Iootscry to knowi ,thiat she. ias started :'~Ii AN. STRIEET,' OOTSCIA. . RESS ant iMAN...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. Before D. Mitchell and W. Mitchell, J's.P. LATE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 December 1883

1I itURtSAY, 1uECEUm R 20. BeforeD; -Miitchell and W. Mitchcell, J's.P.. Two'6 lie tCinancl ~lWhite ia`nd Ilynidhalm, residents of, Moore street; were charged with using obscene language. .Constable lBunneti hearing a row, last Sundayniorning about one o'clock went round and round White ill-treating his wife. , llyndlhaiiicamie upia f(wninutes later. an(d they ibth commenced td usi niost abusive language: Fined Ios.' cach. - EECT3AiEN'I. An appllication was inidte on behalf ollie Melbourne l'ermanent HuildingSociety for the ejectment of, aMrs Kate O'C0onnor. There was no.appearancem oFithe defendant and the application was granted. SO'Donnell v. Kie.. Mr'1 . Frenclh appeared for the defendant. This was a case of assault, and the Bench after hearing the evidence.dis: missed the case. ," S-evcral pther ,cross:summionscs. were- also ' Lucinda 'k&,'Donofi:. fTh tn language.;: ".Mr. French.' appeared, for- the plaintiff. After hearing several witnesses the Bench inflicted a fine ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 December 1883

ROUND.:THE w W~ORLD -D. :Tilistanceto Callandar is about ten mil es sout theseeiiir 3 uoi tirae'nd;iil the'dj;, ii;.ing.e Isc.fsisd: hibr li 'the int resi d.iS referred tol I, t ILady ofthe: Lak.. ??id. some grmn.i tiews of licn Veni?tie wit?,ithe sunti shin iting red uilpnit it, anil the ieelps throuigh thin ,ren fn' leafyscreen of ;lirch folinge iiaile it like a fairys sihe.i:. :1c passed a spot, Which mighit well, halie ljcen't the tire of thesudden appearanic' of th Cl"'iftic? hi ;sitcii'"'ih 'ri - sponse to the wiistle of the dark browed'chief tain Rodtlrick Dliii. We nor' catch'sight?if'Lock Ach-ai, outd follow thte sitrem thatt rushes imp itito.us from iithe lit te till slie reached 7tlie " Brig s' Tilrt, in i triidcly tileturesitie ghleeii. A nier maid, ii llithe shapte of, a lieian lassie, iieas going thr`oigh lier .toile jtist below titi bridgc. lin a mile ior imre"i t Loch \l'eiiiehar inislvsr tbreaks;" and:tor a long ._vay the road skirts its inorthern shores, till Coila...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE NIGHT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 December 1883

STATE NIGHT SCHOOL.             Acting on the motto that "All work and no play" - or prizes - make dullards. Mr J. waters on first taking charge of the local State Night School, determined to win his scholars   by kindness, and instituted a system of annual prizes, which has caused emulation and good at- tendance, and made this the leading night school in the colony. In accordance with his custom the pupils assembled last night in the Royal Hall - that room being secured to accom- modate visitors - to receive their prizes and be entertained previous to breaking up for the holidays. A large number attended to con- gratulate the winners, and witness the attrac- tive after-entertainment, consisting of songs and music. Mr. W. M. Clark, M.P., presided   as usual, and was accompanied on the platform by members of the Board of Advice and other gentlemen. Addressing the pupils he compli- mentetd them ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

2ROUND THEI WORLDS. flwl?vtsee Sthiring for' a trip tod Dollar' and its' vicinit,, I:took ithli rail' to Ruhibling Bridge n?al walked to an lis'sele, wr?'i pas' (price sixpence) are obtaied, giving permsso to ialk downi thel river side. The streah is con lrinedithin 'a narrow gorge, aboit- on'd e huin direid feet deep, and forms a series of rapids and flls. The :Rtuinbliing Bridge :is :really two, oe crassing above the ?ther,:i nd the roar of the Water e:echoci ?caiscises thed noise 'fromn which the spot is named. The scenery.here, nd' for more than a inile do?win the streim is sery -bealiiful till iit ulininats at Caulrlobn Linn, a-vaterfall of not large dimensions, but of' great: grandeui. O: i iny retura, :I lost osy )ay and had to walk about dosble the distince to re?ch Dollar.. fArised there, the gentleman to whomh I hd ;alettferof introdeltion wias not at ( ihomie;'but h'is good .lady kindly .showed nie. thel wayqlo Castle Campbell, through a very romnantic glen, to enter whic...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

PATRONISE LOCAL :ENTERPR'ISE. Er O SLA DE, .:- -+ .[)#ýi r Rty ..... " .i . NEWS A GEN TN BOOK; STATIONERY, TOY &FaA4N.YGGO DS> t': IM-PORTE R, '-NICHOLSONI STREET,: ;FOOTSCRAY. SEASON 18S3i 4i S 1' AUSTRALIAN AUSTRALIAN?. ?+- "C: ':t •:" . AUSTRALIAN CRISIS C OE I RISTIE AS CA Lea DSin e ov CARDS CARDS AUSTRAL "N " - AUSTRALIAN . s """ :Count - HISMA ':NEW YEAR ". ; ,;I.No"i:on, i w t :Ni -..N :Y AR CARDS S CARDS - CARDS FOR IOMiE FRIENISS FOR HO.4 FRIENDS lOHOME FRIENDS Mail Leaving Mclbourne November Sth; ArAni in Lonidon DIeceibler oth. AUSTRALIA . ICIIOLSO IRIST'AS f i'' i : f CAlDS Suitable for sending to friends in th? Ohl Country. also a Great Variety. ot American and Europeani CHRISTMAS & NEWa LEAR CARDS Book and Statiwn'ery' .1 . Warehouser;1. s NICHOLSON STREET, FOOTSCRAXY (Next' ai dpendent Office). 3 A Beautiful Selection of 1 B3 lf'TeW1I¶AY C A R"S ITO -Always in stock. a "SO.:E' SAVED IS MONEVCSIE.RNED C"i UsC€i'N: "5 `NT D. '."OLLY , .'" '1 ~"'?krE...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1883 The New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

"ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTscRAY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER29, 1883 The New Year, THE revolution of the seasons have again brought round the end of another year. We stand on the threshold of a fresh epoch, the birth of a new year. DIuring the course of that which now has all but terminated, there has not been what are called stirring events to chronicle so far as our colonial history is concerned, although it will leave its mark on the future of Australia as the period when the colonies have taken the first great step towards the realisation of that dream of statesmen, a federated Australia. A foundation has been laid down on which m.?y he built a new United' States in the Southern Opean. It is also worthy of remark that the first subject upon which the repre sentatives of the united colonies agreed was. the annexation question and the necessity of keeping 'Australia for the. Aus ,ans. YWe do not wish to be mixed ~ in the complications of Euiopean king a~e, or politics, but to be left to sai...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

- HLE NATIONAL l-ANK :OF j AUSTRALASIA "? (Incorporated by Acts of thie Victorian, ; Soir th Aitstraliand andWestern . i i ustis? ian arliai nt ; ' 'W: CAiITAL - i ,+<- ,"ooooo . iin 00;000 . liares ofC ' Lachk,. CAoIA rl UP jSTo000 ?itSERVE1D ; ;. 0,000 :CORNER OF- I YDEt , i- .NAI. R "S.S O moa.its..reciivcd;a Iterest .:allowed -]I1i"" lsg UsinJs': an all its braniIcheS trasr actcd i}, :e_ Fosoonscray andf slanso Loan kank has' O ; ::N ion Iopcot i t thn' A'nan aoas at \r I ' G mosnng, uln ini toa a sci : Loans graed n peunr or other socurities fromin 3 Iards repayable : T.L n PELIiETO?Ž, \laang?r. P I S,'l oNi ess.ni ahsaNi aiiang.'ah i Di Din aDesmakers' ! L/,i,.. A? :-i C UV Tt ,I E T-O N fishes, thiic Liesli ?-,of ootscriay to know S that, slihe. has startedl :': STREET, FOOTSCRI. Ib I SAEILL; DARLING, DR~ES and MANTLE MAKER, MILhLINE1RY dian GENERAL NEEDLE . WORKER. i COi iiE STREcI,-FooomclI t 7 OSY B la c k sm ith s . I G , 1 I ',General Blacksmithh Ho rse Shoer ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Accident Indemnity [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

Iv: the id.:: s .of our travelling by rail, w'hich takes away ra?? certain portion of our timeand aF well-knoi-n share of our earnings, it is ivell' to pause awhile :and consider the': danrigers :hich ?-ecome foigotten: ii the daily: round -of business ihat: takes us :over so manyi miles of rail each day, and, aS iformiing part: of our daily work becomies massed tip with the rest. of the iisks iwe run, and is uncon sidered in the rush of business or pjle sure?: As a fact tlhe?cases of accident on ouircolonial lines are few and faribetweenii yet there is a percentage: which: a-wise mian ivillprovide against, so that in the event of the breadwinner of the fainily being disabled or ciit'off suddenly, those who fornd the:i fnily shaill not be left.as waifs :and straysifor the charity of the community,ý, which as a rule is -?cold and comfortless.'-i" Thequestion assumes a wiider aspect whCen we consider.C the liumiiberless risks- run by the' working class whose avocations :bring themh in...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSING. A FRAGMENT, [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

* MUSING. iA FRAGMIENT, nV Ws. M. C. Allie, another year has fltad, And with it many a wish and dream, And eye that shone with kindly beam, And heart that beat with hope or fear Lie cold; ?nd stilled,~and dead--' ; t From the fair earth for ever flown With the departed year, Unto the.vast nnknonw. ' Day dawns upon anotheryear: What changes doth it to'us brinlag . Upon its event laden wing Nothing save trouble, toil and strife, Andt renewed hope or fear, i " ?j"" And endless wish and longing vaib To trace our futture life Or live the past again. I mourn nut to rccell thl p?-t, ' il'or'ber tht liitlhlen foture sigh, I?qyr seek its mysteries to descry, Nor ask for aught but blessed rest And dreamless sleep atlast. '. i' Resignet, conteot .nt.o t' bkins'.-.i That all is for the Isft- Bo it dett!l, o joy, of Wont.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

News an Brief. Monday being a public holiday,.there was no business transacted at the local court. Jam'ns Meehan crossing the line at Richmihd was knocked by a train and seriously injured. There was no meeting of the Mechatics' Lebating'Class on Monday last. ' - The young man;, Herhert, whose illness, through an accident, we alluded to in our last is;ae, is we are glad to say up aid about again. The Fiji labor traffic abuses are being brought to light. Disguise it.'as we may it is slavery i:.The picturegallery at the:Public Libary .was litbiy :electricityj for, the first time on Monday, evening. - >i-`I`in valuaible, hiorsesw ere destroyed byfire at lCamlipellfield, besides- buildings valued :at ; rYesterday; ?was a hot one, the thermometer recorded 127 deigrees partly in' the sunim and ."Xms'sbetng oveta -a hcards exhauste el Slade. has nowi:got a" large supply1 for New In despite; o( the: enormous railway traffic hdiring the holidaysthe accidents to passengers heve lid The gene...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

THE , LOOKOUT Ye gods and little fishes Whatis the world and journiisii ncoming to? " Do I sleep, do I dreain;' .: .Do I wonder and doubt? ' .: Are things'what they seem; i: j ; Or arc visions shouct:.-:"d I can understand a man iwho oes not ?know enough to ireailise his own folly getting on the platforii ,o lecture on thinigs; he knows ?' little.-'very littlc=: about and usin"words' thecdefinititn of which is Greek to hiin, and makiing an all-round. slaughter of tih ? Queen's English, ,. because people go:i to such places to 'laigh and forget.' The logic of leather-lungs aniid the clanging, of brass tickle the ears o6f those ..iho seek snot :beyond the surface of mere sound;: like; bumpiing on a cask' and despise'the oim t of language, but'when it c6mes: :to dignifying iuane chatter, by putting it in-?lack and white for people to pay for, and read;-. Great. Jupiter'! I can' also realise men' being stoned in the dark by some little wvould-be panjandrum to win a smile from a. quartet...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

Gorrespondence. Whilst inviting-commnni.-tions and free disussion on all questions of public interest or utility the propric tor will neither-identify nor hold themselves responsible for the opinions expresed. The bor ,do address of the riter mlost h sent with eoch letter as a guarntee of good faith; but the editor w ill exerior the right of striking out any objection able or personal references foreign to the question a u jsue.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
With the Salvationists. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

With the SalIvationists. I would be one of the last to interfere with f the religious belief, or crate of any human being from the simple conviction that indi vidual faith is a matter purely between each man and his Mlaker. Society has a just right to, control the actions of persons in order to secure the peace and welfare of the whole, and likew'se to create restrictions for the mainten anice of a sound and healthy morality, but there the,fun:tions of society, or government cease, and,:individuatlly or collectively, we have no justification whatever for seeking to dictate, gitide,? or control the spiritual inclination of .our neighblor. "lMaster wesawi oene casting t devils in thy.nane, and forbade hi i,t'sin?as Ilie selfish', whine of some of the die le t ; tila tite divine reply canct, " Leave 'ini: alonc;le;' te"hat is not against us is for i." There wsas 'iagnanimity and toleiantionnthat ttahiiitnafntyifter two thousand .year's teieihing,' his been uniable to comprehend,ý and n...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"IS IT SO?" TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

"IS IT SO?" TO THlE EDITOR OF TilE INDEFENDENT.. SIR,- Let me tell .' Is it so ?" thalt ibs not. so '.IIe: is :altogether ý wrong:as'resp~icts his; facts and ' his surmises too. Firstly-The mnembers of the'Debating Class do not pay more than other members of the Institute, as the extra shilling paid by them does not go into the Institute funds. Secondly-I will beliee: that they have paid for the gas and use of' the .room,, when I see .the amount in the balance' sheet. Thirdlly-TInvitj on e oc'1l? wer y Uctsony; given by members, as I have seen them myself. Fourthly-Re fering to othe remarks of my brother, I repeat that-'the ,letter was written by myself, and I have too much regard for the family name to further dirty the nest; Fifthly--Regarding the insinuation that my remarks were written in the interest, or by request of any clergyman or anyone' else:: those who know me 3best will laugh at the absurdityof such an idea. F. HUMPHREY, A 25 years resident. '

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIDSTONE V. BRAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

' A '. isitoiEV. BlnAVHeQOK, Teie abo eT clubs met at i Braylirook, on Chistniasi'ay, and commenced a two innings match.T' Thi: locals taking the wickets first were , oon disposed of for 48, owing to the splendid bowling of It. Smith and W. Govan. Babb wLith 25 being the only one who reached doublefigires. The visitors then faced the 'iowl:ig of Babb and O'Shannassy, but made a very iatl start, four of the best men falling for I run, but after that a change of luck took place, the remaining men bringing the score up to 67. Ilanilcy, Iirkill and Cant with 20, 19 and 14 being the principal scorers. The locals then commenccd their second innings. labb again making a long stand, making 19 by steady play, and at 6.20 the innings closed for 43. This left the Maidstone 25 to make to win and only ten minutes to time. Handley and *G. Smith taking the wickets, runs came veryfast and when time was called 4 wickets were down for 24, or only one behind the number required, the match thus ended i...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 December 1883

TIME TABLE." 9IJSLUOUI;NO.' IA VILIL: 33"i~ii 4'. IIiH; ··I2::~i,i·I 434.· fl 6 . a 2: 6 ;' 6 't G ' 6 r.71 6- 61 64.. 759 8 282 !7327 929H34 9.4; 92 91 :959 9 57 [12 9.1"0 9 9. 4 27 10232. 1 3 12? 1011 1014 '89 12 2111;2.. 3'5 1 i3i .121, .1244 1; 1231'53 ?i.4-A, .11.1.1: .2 .32.1 i5' " ,20" ' 1'1 . 1=:41.. 1 p:44 '259 1 ,21 . 132 141 44 229 2 4", 11214 213.5 132 :Y 22591 .T` ý . '43: ;30- '',:3 214 35sf .29 3 ..41 .s . 59 42 a ._ 4 15- ..:3 30. 3 4. .. 4 09 .43a 4 45 .42 4. ' "` 4 5. 9 .:1534 :532'5.°: _5259 6- 62 s :5,30 5'41 .44: .6o a 63.. 6'45.'.-"'0 61 8614. 529 .72 7-3, 5 ';.'' ' 61 g73;' 4. 72944 ,'559' 1';a: "' 5_ I14 8644 '93 3 91 , 80: 841 844 %9 59 20 2954. 9144 12402 12 0 "2 E 12 .I1 2 ' 22q9 -19 ` ,'11 x'10".30;, 22 '1242 2044: 0_1 45.1 '1 11.. 2 149 . 28f.5.2 11,30:.3'11.41,5 l1:44 a229..-12 32. 4~ 15' ..11, '.2 6 1:x2. SUN DAX S ______ 1 I ;i., I n .9.1 54.: ,.2.0"^u~h1 "_::y_'219,' . !c 52 .255 52t.} 51,1 ... 1t 42 19, 82' .13 . 82,822 1.:1!:-",1 ,.8~q 54,. a ; '5....

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