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DUSKY MEMORIES. Life of the Australian Black. IN TWO PARTS. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 September 1898

[?] Life of the Australian Black. BY E. O. W. PALMER. IN TWO PARTS. , ' PART I. FAR. away back, some forty years since, I have a dim recollection '. of a short and rough sea voyage, a t limited stay in black and dusty «,Newcastle ; a smooth bright river trip ; miles of jolting along a bush track ; a whale boat manned by black rowers, iri which we seemed to progress pleasantly along a narrow stream out into a vwide expanse of rippling water; aMong stone pier and a rather alarm ing gathering thereon of many strange and uncouth looking black people mingled with a few Europeans. It is all somewhat misty and disconnected, for I think I must have been under five years of age when thus first . brought face to face with an aboriginal tribe in iheir own tribal district. Many times; since then I have visited the' same neighbourhood and have thus kept up friendly relations with some of those who, like myself, were then almost babies in arms. On a recent visit to the blacks' camp on the north a...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sailor's Love of Tennyson. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 September 1898

A Sailor's Love of Tennyson. A correspondent of the ' ' Times ' nar rates the following incident, as showing that Tennyson sang for some whom ? we might forget to include in our fellowship of sorrow. ' One moonlieht nieht. when sailing. some years since, in the Malay Archi pelago, I came on deck to find the ship in charge of the mate, a taciturn mariner, uncouth and of unpromising visage. A chance remark, however, about the beauty of the night brought a line from a well-known stanza of ' In Memoriam ' as reply. I completed the verso with undisguised pleasure, and this fairly broke the ice of his reserve. For the rest of that watch the mate paced up and down the deck reciting to me the greater part of the 'Idylls' and the first half o? 'Maud.' I shall never forget the feeling with which he lifted oat the song ' Birds in the high Hall garden.' During the next week — 'all in the blno nnrlouded weather ' of that beautiful Archipatigo — the mate and I talked together o, the' one subject,...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Powerful Perfumes. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 7 September 1898

Powerful Perfumes. Musk and patchouly are such powerful, permeating perfumes that used alone the effect Is neither -agreeable nor' refined, but their warm, aromatic odours blend well with almost every other scent, and when used with discretion give perma nency without being obtrusive. A mix ture of equal parts of violet and hello trope, with the faintest suggestion of patchouly, Is delightful, and one:eighth of an ounce of the latter thoroughly mixed with two ounces of powdered orris root produces a most satisfactory com pound. Sandal wood, lavender, and an atom of musk make an exquisite fia grance. Many prefer the odour of veti vert to that of sandal wood. It is a thread-like Indian root furnishing a perf-ume suggesting floral blossoms. The attar of vetlvert Is of great service to the perfumer,- and rivals in coat the attar of roses.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Gleanings, [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

Gleanings, - The total number of men employed at lho fivo great Government dock yards — Portsmouth, Dovonporfc, Chat ham, ShocrnoES, and Pembroko — is about 22,000. It is bolicvod Ihnb polo wni first invnmiujt.u uiii; tnu j^iiuy in xovu vy the 10th IIusHars. Tho game was played in. Persia long before the Chris tian era. Tho Ilalinn Govcrnmnufi has irn- i poaed a tax of 10 lire on bicycles, apd iu future nil machines will havo to cany a maik allowing tho yoarly tax | has boon puid. *. j t Many xiilea of tho ohl llemiugton pattern aro otill ia use iu. tho Spanish Army. Tho son oi; a Yorkshire clergyman named Kinsman has .juet di(jd Sn Molbourne, whore, as minister of; the Free Church of England, ho had cele brated 11,000 marriages, and was known in Australia aa the last repro Bontutivo of tlio Gretua Green black smith. After fighting at Watorloo. .Victor Eaillot was discharged from the French Army at tho ago oi 23, be cause lho doctors said ho was con sumptive. Ko survived tho doctors...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Gibraltar Strike. SUSPENSION REFUSED. WORK TO COMMENCE. RECEIPT OF THE NEWS. THE STRIKERS JUBILANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

Gibraltar Strike. SUSPENSION REFUSED. ' WORK TO* COMMENCE. ~ RECEIPT OF THE NEWS/ THE STRIKERS JUBILANT. The application ofj tho Gibraltar Qold miDing Company, for, tho. suspension of labor conditions for six months cams on for hearing beforo Warden \V*aTEei' air-A'uClon£; ,cra Tuosday last Tho principal ground on which the Company applied for- Suspension was that they pnrpoaed ranking 'exlonBivo alLevatioua and impiovemenfa. Tbo homing of the case lasted all day Tuesday, nnd was adjourned till* next day, Tho court was crowded on both days, nnd lho avidonce aclducod 'was keenly followed, . ? The Waidon refused tho applica tion. Tho decision was hnilcd with do light by the otrikore arid townspeople, and offer tho casg was over o gisat crowd gnthorod in tho main street, and a fow of those prosent could not restrain their feelings. The minois held a mooting afior tho decision was mada known, but tho nature of tho proceedings wo havo not boon ap prised oi'.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Cablegrams. LONDON, Thursday. THE BATTLE OF OMDURMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

Cablegrams, v ? -^* LONDON, TiransDAY. ' THE BAT1L7. OI? OMDURMAN. The Khftlifd's flight wag so rc.pid after the battle of Omdurmau that he abandoned 1 aonio of his h.u-ein. ,2.'he offiuiul statement of the bnttlo givei the Dervi3h loa-.es at 11,500 killed, JO.COO wounded, uud 4000 taken as priEoner3, . FIGHTING' IN CRETE. JJurnig a conu;c6 in Oanuia, Crete, whilst engaged sn suppressing n' native risiug ou the ^island, Lieutenant Haldane, and twenty men of the Highland Light Infantry, ueio killed, and fifty wounded. ~i -ike Turkish troops refused' to asysjjf^jv Pritish in queliih^ tho -di.itturliance.31: * . companies of the jDorsetshire'/^legiment havo been sent to the scene of the outbreak 60 assist in slopping the rebellion. CAUSE OF SPAIN'S LOSSES. 'Lieutenant-General Polaviewa, of. Spain, denounces tha rotten slato of the pohticul patties in Unit country, and say sth.it the chief cause of Spain's misfortunes ia owing to thi3 BtaLe of affairs existing. — STODDART'S LATE CRICKET...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Telegrams. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 1 p.m. THE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

Telegrams, — — * — ^ — . SYDNEY, Friday, I p m. 'pi™ nrcr.ATB. Mr? Reid, in reply to Mr. Lyne, ngnin twittol the Opposition with a greed to reach .the -Treasury benohes. They know thnt the moment tho Hous'j wont into com mittee on the resolutions that the opportun ity for party strife and Intrigue was «o»t attack upon the Government. He said that if tho present altaok failed be would as-k tho eupport of nil sides of tho Home to -strengthen the hands of lh« Government, so v.3 to cnnblc them to conduct reasonable ncgatiatimis. Aftor speeches from Messrs Copcland and ?Pitzpatrick, the debate was adjourned till Tuo-duy. The Government wi'l resont any attompt to unduly prolong the diocusfiioD, eo that in nil probability nil ni«ht, and, if necossaij, all dny bittin{;3 will bo resorted to. It \n understood i hut tho Independent party will vote solidly with tho Government, in which C'isc .tho letter's majority is csti mated at between u-n and fifteen. ? CONCESSIONS TO RIFLEMEN. The Governme...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

*A lady, whoso eslablishment was yeiy smill, invited Dr. Monoh, the .iBishnp of Glouooster, to dinner. She engaged for tho occasimi an old butler, who had retired nnd gone into tho greengioceiy business, nnd a boy who ]a-er/ nothing of waiting. The Hoy wai us nervous as ho was ifjnirant, end annoyed by constantly asking ' for in l*--|ictioii3, until at hist lho mim, in a ?nomoaii'of-!iE!'tiQne.el ''l't^ ' Stand behind the bishop^' chair, arc! when hiu lordship rakoa a glass or wine take yonr'iiTijjkin and ?\ipe hi3 month.' lho boy took the sarcas tic reply for a serious oommand. As Goon us dinner had begun he stationed himself be hind lho bishop, waited until He lordship hud drunk a glass of wivio, nncl then, as deliberately as his nervousness would per mit, and to the horror of tho hoslcs1, wiped his Io?dship'o mouth. Tho body-guard of all European Sovereigns consists of men chnson^for thoir phyiiqno and croatBtiongth. The King of Siam.howovcr, does not trust the gu/irdinnshipof ji...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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BIG FALL IN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

BIG FALL IN IGGS. Cbr Tuesday last, wlilst driving down from Johnson's Will, Mr. P. Sheetly met with a coiftle of acci dents. Tho first time thlspving-cart was upsot, tbo shafts bc\Va:-J)rokon, jj^^Jwth the driver an;Sgj(L^jg0 ll^Uanf^iiii-mSi^-^f^g ''a i*io in tho cart) woro thrown out with groat force, sustaining sundry bruises, cuts, &c. In the cart was a box contr.ii.ing five dozen egga, and out of that lot oi ly a few were '? saved from tho wreck.' Patching up tho shafts, Mr Sheedy made a fresh start, but btforo town was reached tho cart was again capsized, but this, time without any dumage being done.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR HOSPITAL. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

OUE HOSPITAL. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE, The usual monthly committee mectinp of the local Hospital was hold al tho Council ChanobiTH en Tuesday lasfc. Present — President Bibo (chair), Messrs Ryan, Matthews, Kendall, Kyle and the hou. ace. After tho transnetiou of formal business, tliG following rpnorta from tho medinnl officer, Di'. Gabriel, were read : — llwous TO 3 1st Jdi.y, lEflS. Remaining iu from' June — Males, 0. Admitted during July— M.-,lco, 8. Out p!iiient3 under tro'itment — Males, 4; fe rn iles, 1. Total, 10. Discharged, curr;d or relieved — Malos, 4 Komnimng in 011 31st July — Maliw, u y fu inales, 1. Outpiitieuls relieved or cuud — Males, S ; females, 1. Total, 15. RnroiiT to 31st Auciust, 1S9S. Remaining in from July — M;ilra, C ; fem.i!o.«, 1. Admitted riiuiii;; August — Mal«a,4; females, 1. Outpatients indrr trvalment — Males, 4 ; females, 1. Total, 15. Discharged cured or relieved— Males, 3 ; females, 1, Died— Females, 1. Rcmainiug ir, on 31st AuRnst— Males, 6. Out...

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THE FIRST PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

' Til 15 FIRST PAPER. On Tuesday evening last a big crowd gathrred round about tho office of the ?itjpEPJENDEJi'T, and just .as the i_s,«-j;0iTfl6 'ivus. B»i.-li,.~ i'uo jtooj, our sanctum wob invaded by a numif-r oF townsfolk, eager to see tho first copy turned off nnd to examine what tho paper itself was like. At tho reqiiost of tho proprietors, Bit. Sibthorpo pulled off the first copy, amidst the acclamations of the gathering. Mr.. Sibthorpo made a short speech, con gratulating Messrs Sullivan Brothers on their splendid production, and wishing tho Independent a prosperous career. The public would notice that the literary baby bom that night was a vigorous and healthy child, and with timo it would grow bigger ai?d stronger, The new vonture, ho know, would ha a success, as the proprietors wore practical mon, who would treat all classes of the community fairly, and would specially cator for their wants by supplying all tho best and latest news. TU1 p'Vc'1.il?.^''o-F'*'?f'''t» to cna...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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STATION AND FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

STATION AND FARM. Sheepowners who find their pasluro short when pumpkins arc obtainable should pne this vegetable a trial. In the Poveity Bny district of New Zealand pumpkins are now regularly grown for sheep, cipeueuco hav mw nrnVAfl thntil In llrt vprv trnnrl fund ' -'I'tia ironbark variety is most favoiued. Tho sheop are enclosed in upon areas of tho pumpkins, which aro chopped open with a Bpado, Ho that the sheep can got at the soft inside, which they nibble close up to tiie haid rind. Tie purchase of cattle by tho New' South Wales Government for tho muposs of im provirjg the duiry herds of tho colony is elill going on on.- A fow dayslago 33 head .were landed at tho quarantme-grouud, Sydney. Infoi mation has since been leceived that six Dutch cows aud thrco bullsr have been obtained, aud will be shipped by the Ger man steamer Biclefiold, Hmnbury, on Sop t niber 10. The Dut'oh,- or ' Leltcd,'.oattlo, their charaoteristio colour being black wiih li white band around. the middle, a...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

ROMAiSf. 0A.TU0LI0. Tlis Lordship, Right Rov. Dr. Gal laghor, ia at preeent in town, paying a friendly visit to Father Donovan at the Presbytery, Wo understand masses will bo celeb; ated in St. Patrick's at 8 and 11 o'clock next Sun day morning-, and that his Lordship, Dr. Gallagher, will proach at tho 11 o'clock mas3.

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A POLITICAL CRISIS. AN AMENDMENT TABLED BY MR. LYNE. THE AMENDMENT TAKEN AS A MOTION OF CENSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

A POLITICAL CRISIS. ? o ? AN AMENDMENT TABLED BY MR. LYNE. THE AMliNDMKKT TAKEN AS A MOTION 'OF CENoURK. A MEETiNn nf members of the Opposition who held on Tuesday last, Mr. Biu-lim boing present by invitation. The attitude of ilii Premier on fecleration was discussed, and one of tho strongest r.rpiumsnts' adduced ia favour of taking immediate steps to dis:.vn-.v liny intention ou the port of tho Opposition to support Mr. Reid's desire to obtain a placard of amendments from P-irlinmont was put by Sir. liarton, who pointed onb that tho Opposition was ejected on the well-defined issue that it would approach the other colonies by wny of negotiation!), and not by way of a placard. The Oppo sition, he said, represented a majority of tho electors of the colony, and as Mr. Reid, on behalf of the Ministerialists, had put forward the policy of tho minority, it was the bounden duty of tlio Opposition, on behalf or tho majority of voters, to submit their policy in juxtaposition to that of the ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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NEW ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

NEW ORGAN. Un Monday last there arrived at St. John's Church, a beautiful instrument for use in that church. Tho organ comes from tho well-known American firm of manufacturer*, Cornish and Co., of Washington, stands some eight feet hich. has a beautiful full tone, and is altogethor a first-class instrument. The opening ceremony will take place on Wodnosd&y or Thursday week, when tho orcaniat, Mr W. 5. Lucas, will render some appropriate music, r.osisted by the choir. The exact date of opening will be announced in our advt. columns.

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SPORTING. SOME PRACTICES ON THE TURF A PEEP AT TIIE A.J.C. MEETING. CHAT[?]Y NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

SPOUTING. SOME CEONK PRACTICES 0-f THE TURK A PEEP AT THE A.J.C. MEET-ING. CHATJ Y NOTES. BY OSAROO. ' . ' At d, good fitw meetings held annually iu New b'ou'h Wales a deul of oronk doing3 are noticeable if one only cares to keep hi3 lamps burning brightly. At an annual meeting held in a good-sized country town a couple id years ago a I was mado aware of somo ' lichlientinp: ' on the part of a which, unfortunately, OEcapcd detection at tho hands of those responsible for the meeting. The gentleman in question had a ?hoi'su running in tho big evonc of tho meet ing, and from the duto of nomination this horso -lui.d been backed freely in doubles and Blraightoiit by the public. The day of the races arrived, urrd when the- owner went to put his commission on the market he found the odds so short that ho refrained from backing iii3 rep. Still the public kept putting ou their bit, aud their selec tion was soon a pronounced favourite. When (lip wo.if'hinir-oub had beon comljletod. this 'stra...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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NEW BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

NEW BRIDGE. Gundagai is shortly to havo another bridge within its municipal area Tho Works Department has approved of the construction of a new structure over Jones' Creek, to supersede, that bridge which crossga below the June new bridge -will be erected about 30 yards abova that of tho prosent one, so the Mayor kindly informs us, and will enable residents out that way to enter straight into town, coming into Sheridan street by wuy of West Street, £000 has boon placed on the Estimates for the bridge, while tho local Council will ba looked to for £10 J of tho coat of tbo erection. A number of people who will boneGfc by the bridge have already promised various sums amounting to £00, which amount is expected to bo still further increased, In all probability the present structure will be pulled down — if not, it is anticipated it will fall down in a short timo.

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LADIES' COLUMN. CHATTY NOTES FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

LADIES' COLUMN. I CHATTY NOTI5S FROM SYDNEY* (By ' Lady Blarney.') ? A WEEK mado molancholy through the ovor snpply of rain has caused winter fashion^ to , hold away, though in any interval that the oun has deigned to shine brightly one occa '« sionally would see a Bpring dress. Rosildas, osnvaa-olothB and moussclainca nre in every ? .!„ j ? in.nmi ti notf-v n/wftlfv in q. licht ''\ ' -matorial braided with some contrasting [ ' - ' colour. Checks, in a variety of colours, are ' very pretty and aro shown so freoly that it. would Beeml to indicate their coining popu larity. Race week is coming, and, i! fine, should rcBult in a display oi beautiful dresses. To ?^patih any costume- aro being shown pura Pollutes composed of mo3t delicato colouiod ^chiffoua and silks, very pretiy to tho eye, but suitable only for racoa or garden parties. ?In the eamo way, evening biousea made BOlely 'of chiffon (plisso or accorjoon) and lace are being shown and' are o£ infinite .Jjjrfr, but very deiicate....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

Our Directory.' ?T3U3t-, -VY., Zroitttioil^si, S.C., Sliemlati -/'?*t»U' lfJiRALL,. A., Bojul Hotel, Sl.cn ^^ \_/. flin-Blrjot. . HB-' v 7~10Rtf ET1 BROS , goncittl storikrepero, fP*-~-Zr$~\ODti \nJjCO, geiiuul\stor..lvctpcis, \j Slimi'daii- trci't. ? 'TTlUDLD aj.dKELL*1', Jnilois, bliLild&u J_' S ti cc t . (~-\ RIVTIV add \Wike3, eolciloia uuil VJT ufhdwit commiieioncr-, W illiolin-'-t I00ME3, X, lui vl- eBsurJ[aud tubucco-. J mr-t, Sheridan-sl rcet. SOLOMON, P. and ti., Storekeepers, TVilhclm'-slrtot. TpRACEY, MRS. A., Club Houao Hotu.l, I ? 8hcriilan-9treof. ^ ? _ Gundagai IhcLependent 'SATURDAY, SEPTE.MBEB- 10th, 1893.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 September 1898

f THE PEOPLE'S TAPER Conducted on Democratic and Liberal Lines. 'GUNDAGAI INDEPENDENT,' And Pastoral, Agricultural and Mining Advocate. PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS y .-.'' f , The INDEPENDENT will be run on broad and liberal lines, and, will ?-'? -? contain all the latest Political, Commercial, Mining, Sporting and General News. NA good Serial Story will be commenced in an early issue, as we well know that people like a peep at the sentimental, as well as serious side of Life. ' ,, ? We have made arrangements with a Leading Sydney Lady Writer to / ?contribute us a Chatty Letter every week on Topics dear to female hearts, i The INDEPENDENT will contain News from District Centres,' contributed by Reliable Correspondents. ? l;ORDIlsrARY ADVTS. PAR ADVTS. - First Inch - « 3s One Inch or Less ~ 4s Each. Additional Inch- 2s Each Additional Inch 3s SPECIAL RATES : For Standing* Advertisements ?' - ? . ? - . / ? __ ? __ ? ? 1 ? Our Job Printing Department will be under the super v...

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