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TUMUT COURTS. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. (Before Mr. W. Clarke, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

TUMUT COURTS. (From our dwniCorresjondont.)' . ., 't'POLieE' COURT: ; ? 'WBbNESDAY, i'JtlLY 17. ? ^(Before -Mr. WiMtrke»-P-M.) Richaiid Whela-n, char'ged with being drunk: and disorderly, was fined 5s or 24 hours ;'. and f of .using improper language '' li e 'was'iinecl '40s or one moritli in Gundagal gabl. '.;.;? Police v.-. Currey and' 'Albert Howe. The charge was .one, of riotous be ?hayioiir.1 -??E'aeh'prdaded guilty to the indictment and was naulct in;the;sum of ,10s and costs of 'ijoiirt; Default; levy. and distress, or 14 days.' - - '.-.- Arthur Pethery, Henry Reid. — Mr. Fraser appeared' fbr fipinplaihant. The charge was one' of -unlawfully using a horse, the-.- property of complainant. Defendant pleaded 'guilty,' and \vas fined . 403,: ' with costs of court, 8s '; witnesses' ? expense's; ' 40s ; and pro ifess'ional' costs 21^.; In; default two .iiipnthsJ.in Cbotaniuiridfa gaol. Fine tp Ipe. paid iijth'r^e 'Says.' : ' ':' «.-- . ; . Mauticejuldyv:' Dennis Dunne. — ? This' wa...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

TUMBARUMBA. (From Our Own Correspondent). The patriotic picnic happened a week ago, as notified. The weather was simply deplorable. Up to the date of the event, for a. few days previous, things looked full of promise of a beautiful day for the patriots. On the morning of the picnic ram commenced to fall, and continued throughout the day and into the night, . and then cleared off nicely again. Consequently nothing can persuade me now but that the clerk of the weather must be a bit ? of a Boer. However, the local British pluck conquered again, for the picnickers hied them to the Victoria Hall, and there held high revelry, and defied Boer ' cussedness.' Of course, I make these remarks on the strength of my convictions, although I may be wrong. The affair was so successful that life is really worth living here now. On the night of the picnic a concert to ' benefit the Presbyterian Church was held, and was well pat ronised.' I cannot, furnish exact de tails, because there were circumstan...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

Beegling's Butchery [Established 40 Ybabs], i'.-! TUMUT-STEEET, ADELONG. BeBt of. Beef & Mutton Supplied. Families Waited Upon Daily. SMALL GOODS A SPECIALITY. mHIS Establishment is noted for Us clean J. liness, and civility is accorded to cus tomers. CHAS, W, REEGLINQ R. GEARY, Carrier & Coach Proprietor, ADELONG AND. GUNDAGAI. Carriage undertaken to any part of the district at current rates. Every care taken in loading and un loading goods, whether light or heavy. Goods of ft breakable or tarnishable naturo, securely or insecurely paokod, handled with the greatest of care. Consignees' goods taken delivery of at the ? 'railway atation, Gundagai, and conveyed ' to their destination without the slightest hitch. HORSES AND BUGGIES FOR HIRE. None but well-conditioned and sound horses worked. R. PUMFREY, Photographer & Enlarger,, ADELONG. CABINETS (ENAMELLED). Two positions given for 1 doz- — 15/- £ doz.— 10/- £ doz.— 6/. ? ' ENAMELLED PABIS PANEL'.' (Mounted), 1...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

WILLIAl SNELLING,: Butcher & Small Goods- ?? ? man, . . , ':' ADELONG-. ? \ HAVING re-opened' the Adelobjj iJ3ut6ho'ry,' I beg to notify ta.thd public that I intend' to eftiij on the 'business witU.oloinliiie^s , nnd1 civahtj , and-by supnVying'jlionsahpjdeija with' ' pume meiit h,n(V ftrst'-cliiss -small' gb'6ds-' hop^- to feceh e a :i air shore of ? tlitlu' pa' trormg'o. ' Small Goodai Sco., a. Speciality J. j! ORjyifeTONv ? , . , - SURGEON DENTIST, ...'....... ?' ' .a'UMUT,' ' '. ' 'Will Visit Adeloi^g, f V 3C)th and 31st JULY, ,' . ' And rnay be consulted at' Mrs. Cassin's ? Cpttoge, .adjoining ,the, Adelong Ilotel. ^DEIiOl^, CJEMETERY. ALL Per ons liiivirigjFi-iends Interred in the abo\e Cemetery are invited to meet the Trustees on the Grounds at 2 p.m. on THURSDAY, thp'26th instant, for the.pur po o of identifying the Graves,' so that thdy may bo regi tered. ' .. ...,.?.,. . A meeting of the Trustees will also be held at the Ofhco of the Undersigned, .at .8. o'clock in...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

';,:-;f-/ ' : NO!- '^ , We have no nee.d to advertise our Price List, because everybody kiio'ws that the Firm of . General Merchants & -.'??V. -? ' ? : '-' '??????', llvl'O''''T?;T-rf '#]].?;; '. jTM^ib^ft^ypLIjf'gSg^BglSH^D for 25 yeargy andvhay^al^ajs49arrie.d;the ^liargesit ''and ^a^i^^^pn^l^^Sttfcik^o^^bd^ -^ ;H ' v in;i;lief District, : ; r': ? :; ? And sold, them atprices cut dcjwn, to the very, lowest margin of profit. i,:'?!^ti M^INTER 'SEASON 1900.'; - .iy-.T., f,' -,j-:-| ?]';;, fust Arriyec},,^er,Gulf of Bothnia. ''?;.?;?? ;-,An.;;imMENSE STOCK OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE Draperf^ Clothing, Hosiery; ^7;t^^f,'|?ffi9X;.. Goods, Jewellery ;v:iy./rt& shoes. ' !/ j * ? ^ :' '? '$% ''??V iT'/i''^ ? - : All i-epartmeiits Fuily Stocked.- Exceptional Value in - j,v : ,;.;.- \ : ??? ' '''. Every? Line. , ' ' 5; ' Jn^e'c^JQnrseiyes.iand'be^convinced. , ''.- ~. .???''??'? \,'hl*' *''???-- 'V * v ??*? &' '';. Gfbcery, Ironmongery ' ' ' - ] ^ 1&l ,g j^ defy ;...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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A Tumut Grievance. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

? r A^Tumut Grievance. VT'oithe'^ditorilK '! Sir — I wish fro seek tho'aidof-youE journal, in correcting a statement' made: inyour issue of July 20 regard ing the application of Dang Ah Chee to'-. 'purchase1 an ,? unnecessary ,'road in ithtf:;Tumnt: nnifitc'ipality.^'-'lV is not! a road,!'bitt a' street, and I have been paying rates on it for years. It is one of the most useful streets for- the public j(if they- could get the use oj. it) in this or any other part of this muni cipality, on account of its toinection withother. roads and streets. To fol low the road from Vines lane along Mndig'an'B'.fen,ce to Park:-streetj thence ' to 'the . racecourse and mill, is about half a mile,' and a level- road. Park-' street crosses Broughton-street, and if tho latter -is given.; to those parties (and the price set upon the street makes it a! gift);' then the people coming ''from 1Tumut..Plains, :jbr up;; 'the- rivor,: in, going- to the-niilL or' racecourse, will still bo compelled to go. a mi...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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The Progress Committee Election. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

The JProgress Committee iElectioh. ,. .1 (Td;'tBe! Editor;) :? Sib, — As there is sorne dbubt-in-jth?. public mind as to whether there is' ':to', be a^'re-cpunt.or preelection in connec tion with theTast election' of bur Pro gress Coimnittee;- with'ypvir permission L must, say that' as matters stand there ^hbald'be a re-election; oiithis'ffround, viz. :'.'Tbatthe'ballot papers were left. \msealed for two days after the decla ration of the poll before- they wore taken from the Returning-Officer. Not for a moment do I doubt- the integrity .of .that gentleman; but who is to provdthat those ballot' p'apers were riot interfered with. , Lam quite sure that our worthy Returning-Officer could not' swear -that these ballot papers were not seen by anyone after leaving the scrutineers' hands , till. thet time they were taken froin'h'iin'. ; The very 'fact of those balio't papers' 'being left un sealed for that period. makes a recount out of the question, and nothing but. a re-election lawful. ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

:fflfeig;,:::,Wgrt|. ?. Baa.-ja.iW'.,. .;,-.... :;$...J-..\fl4JL;m ? ' ?. '? :.?-?-. !-?./? .?. Lojiboffv -Saturday... ? '?-?[Dhe;burghei-s*t Zeerust have bee.n; banished, to Ceylon and their; property confiscated j;:,rert(j,king; :their arms. After the. surrender,. one 'burgher, for firing on a 'wounded officer, was sentenced totwoyears'imprisonment.in ?Covlori .:?-.'? '.;'? '.??? '?'? .';' -. ? , ? -. ? Lieut. -General ?' Ian ? Hamilton and Colonel Mahon have 'marched -north of I)elagoa:.;Raiiwa'y.' ? ,.-? ?-..:.-,.? Mlijor-General Hunter is' reconnoiv tering between Bethlehem' and Ficks burg.. ?:? : ?';;?'? ? ? ' ?? ? ?' -. ; ',: LbrdiMethuen bas. occupied jNeckr j pobrti' ?'''''?' - ??--???? ???? ??' ?'?? ??? f ?? ,..i ; ??'v ! ',??? ' ? London, Sunday.- \ ? '?' The -Boers, with four guns;- surroun- ! ded;and resolutely attacked Railheadj riea!r Heidelburg on Saturday. . ^De-| tachnlents ?? of- ; the : 'Dublin1 ? :Fusiliers, ; the'-.' Engineers and Yeomanry le-j ?p'ulsed-'. .the...

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THE TROUBLE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

THE/ TROUBLE iIN 'CHINA. ^ ' '' London, Sunday. ' M. . Pichon, '-l&reaph^Ambassador at Pokin,, ^ritjngfon Juriei2;said obscure ~ and'ternble'.things wereidn' progress, , atld'bdhind'tiiecuftairi somet' awful act' of ferocity was preparing/ ' . Mx. Fowler, the 'Amerusan Consul at Ohefpo, '???; says ' * the ; Governor' tele , grapr/ed himlajteryestefday that he had. just received [definite infb^inatibii that .all' the1 Ministers were well. r : .^ . .The- .aujihorittes at Pekin are. devis-' ; irig* measures for the ; rescue and:pr6 .tectipn of Cplqnel Hay, and- have' transmitted -. th'e*-'_ Iritesi;^ despatches to Ambassadors abrotiE, inatructing them to urge the Powers to co-operate irn ni'ed'iately for the relief bfjPeki'ri. ' , The Chinese Minister has, handed Cpiigers (Minister) repiy to his mes- '.; J.sa'ge, Hut 'itis .unastedy ?? ??'.??',-??! ? ? ? ' l.'^ashiii'gt'on' considers; the' iiessagte , geniuin^',''but the '.fibngensu's.iq'f.bpinion ,in tipridpp,T??as that -:ihey...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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OUR OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

?0UR; OPEN: COLUMN. , We gladly give spaco.to theopiiiiona of eor -,.., resp.ondents pn public.; matters,- but ab '''.- solve ourselves from any responsibility. The name of each correspondent ihust accompany letters to be inserted under this head; not necessarily }. fori. puJiTion,-: tionj but as U'guafaJXtee,oi gfloil faith.;.'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

'I have used Clihinberlain's Cough 'Remedy ?in my fumily for yours anil always with 'good results,'.' says Mr. W. B. Cooper' of El' Bio, Oal. .'For small children we find., it ospo ciully effective For sale by Mosul's. Oriniston nnil 'Ormiston, Tumut, mid Mr. l''red. B.Wt, Adelon.g- ?????.?. No More Smoky Chimneys. A. HEAVENS 'A (Contractor and Builder) TTNDERTAKES all classes of Biiok-build U ing, Chimneys, Stone Work, &o PLASTEBING A SPECIALITY. 'Foi further infouniilion apply, to A. E. MERIIFUTiIi, Stoielseoper, Adolong. SHOBIP- GOODS? : .,!.::?? ,.. we. .keep .n:qne;j. ;; ,ii::;':,, itbir'Hay^V't^^gp elsewhere 7te puf'dHias6f-',t1iB)iL ?'?%./, ',. ' Out Stock-'is?freely admitted to be the BEST-ASSORTED in the Disrrict, ?'''?''' ' ? '????? ~ '-1 ''-%.'??-. ? consisting o£— -j \ ;- ' .;-' ;- j ' .* '?} ?'} Drapery, Millinery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Grocery, Crockery: 'and Fancy Glassware, General Iron mongery, Gal. Iron :(aU' lengths), .Fencing Wire, Coarse . .' and It...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

?\V. 1?. Powiujj' is; Agent for Atohorley and DawsphVLtd., and Edwards & Co.,. Tea Mer clianfs, of- Sydney, and for- tho' Mn'ssoy-Harris Bioyqles.-r-Porse- aiu^ :SiUky forhire,'

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Colonial. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

Colonial.: .i ? '-?.:?? ..??',... H^ypNpy,' i^Joriflay. r i. r; .,,; .;',Artf.'iijr6Sjpigi' ne'ar JGilgan,ti'raj;;!la^ night,-, four, aboriginals aUacke'd iihe house of ?a'&niily , namcd'jliiiii^dby,, and killecVarid anutilate,d'.tbr'ee persoiis and: V-3iind4d^!ihre'o^'f)tjiei:s'per.fioiip. '.Tlife police are^in:^ursuft'.1! ?.r'l'v''' ' . . .. ., t dydniiv, .x.uesuay.'.:' '.The Chamber' of ' Gotn'merce yester day resolved to join in a deputation to the^rqmiqr.to. ask that tho Arbitration Bill life- postponed and -deal)/ with by1 the Federal Parliament, ....,.T.he Nava]r,lBrigado..,arp' enrcillingj with .the, pxospeot ofJgoi.hg^tQVChjnflrV but they are awaiting. .the ..decision of Parliament. ..(.,?' ?':/ ...,r(ThQ,.Government .will ,qf)er a sub^ st«ntial^ewavd'fo!;,'the'..capfuiajol(%.thB Gilgandra abpriginals. Blaqk trackers have been sent to the scene of the murders. The fourth death hastaken place, one of Mawley's girls having succumbed. The police''are qiltr ifi all dire...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Mr. Sandy on Woman's Rights. FOR THE "EXPRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

Mr. Sandy on Woman's Rights. FOR THE 'EXPRESS.' (By 'The Cynic') jmo. vjl. :l Tush ! ' said Mr. Sandy, throwing 3own his paper. ,' I'm disgusted.' ' What's the matter, John,' asked his wife. '? ' What's the matter ? ' he echoed. ' Why, here are a parcel of women running round like a lot of wet hens, and calling out for their rights, as ' if they haven't already got more than they should have.' ' Well, don't get excited, John.' ' How can I help getting excited ? Who could, when he sees the females of this generation demanding to be allowed to do what men do ? Where is their modesty ? ' What has that to do with it ? ' ' Everything. If woman was a man, which she isn't, thank goodness, one could understand her hankering after votes and such things. Votes mean beer to moat men. They only mean scandal and tyranny to women.' 'Oh, John, you are going too far in saying that. Women areas, en lightened as men nowadays,' and can vote with as much judgment.' ' Of course. You're one of them, and ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TELEGRAMS. Home and Foreign. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

?S£EagAis;./. Home' and Foreign. : : '' j :. : '?'?', London, Monday. 'Thej$(toljsiilps closod ijrw; .^ . -, .-.. Tne .Campania, iri; a fog'on Satiir- . day; struck the ,i Einplotoh' in the Irish Channel, cutting her in two.- The. nrst and second' .mates and fivo sea: men '.were save^.a^d':, eleven ..were, drovttie4V?;: -^ (?'??' ?'???'- '''^ !;? ?}^'i '? ','':i;'';;' 33h\esfie.aniler{i p.rpmocl'Aty'and' A'ltj!-, gatoi''*' collided 'in: a- fog off Beifq,9t Lough. The, .former; carried 600 Glasgow passenger^, 40 of whom were injured and five killed. ( . '&!sti:ike16f nttera .has .d'eeurred. ;at Hamburg. .

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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SPORTING. TURF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

SPORTING. TURF NOTES,. Rackstraw formed one of tho field which ran in , tho Dautto Galla Hurdle Race at the Flemington meeting, but with -four, others, he fell whilst racing on the flat-, Chorister falling and Al   istairs Cintra and Valdis ' and- Rack straw fell over him. 'The last named was not hurt,' nor was his pilot (G Wickey). ' Wee' Jim won the Second Hurdle': Race at the Deniliquin J.C.- meeting, and was third in the Cup. '?  

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

MARRIAGE.         WHITING — EDMONDSON.—On July 16, at   Clearmont, by the Rev.. E. J. Spencer, John Whiting, of Sharp's Creek, to Har- riet Anne, widow of the late George Ed- mondson.             TUESDAY JULY 24, 1900.

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

Wedding.   The marriage of Mr. Jno. Whiting, of Sharp's Creek, with Mrs. Geo. Ed- mondson took place at the residence of Mr. Jas. Nicholls, Clearmont, on the 16th. instant. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. J. Spencer, of Adelong, in the presence of about 25 of the particular friends of the bride and bridegroom. Miss O'Dwyer was the bridesmaid, while the role of best man was taken by Mr. A. Crain, of Mount Adrah. The customary toasts and speeches were proposed and made after the wedding breakfast, and in the evening a dance was held in honour of the event. Last week, in Sydney, Death's cold hand was laid upon a man celebrated in his particular walk in life. We re- fer to the demise of Mr. Orpheus M. McAdoo, the head of the renowned Jubilee Singers, who are at present on one of their regular visits to the colony. Mr. McAdoo was an American Negro, and possibly no living vocalist surpassed the deceased in the basso compass, of voice with which he was .endowed. The ...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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TUMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 24 July 1900

TUMUT.   (From Our Own Correspondent.)   On Thursday morning last Mr. and   Mrs. F. .Myers were horrified to find, on waking, that their infant son, eight weeks old, was dead between them. The child was regarded us being fairly healthy and well on the previous evening. The Coroner (Mr. W. J. Shelley) was summoned, and the     cause of death seems to have been   suffocation. The funeral took place   in the evening.       On Monday evening, about 9   o'clock, a fire occurred at the resi- dence of Mr. H. M'Leary, of Tumut Plains, resulting in a loss of about         ifiSO.','. The fire'oceiirre'd iii a bedroom., There was; a 'small fire in the chiiiiiloy of the room, but examination after wards shewed that the firo had started on the opposit'6sidC''of the room, and most;. probably, by the!' ign...

Publication Title: Adelong And Tumut Express And Tumbarumba Post
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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post — 27 July 1900

STRAY NOTES. (By the Fugitive.) The late ' Gyp ?' Jones, of purso-trick fame, was once asked if it wero not timo that his ganio was played out ? ';No fear,' answered ' Gyp ;' ' fools are born ovory tlay.' And it would appoar that tho champion of tho purse trick uttorod a hard fuct, lamentable though it be. Years ago, in tho heyday of Tumbaroora and Hill End, the wholesale fleecing of city clerks ami other wages people who hnd saved a bit was notorious. Mon whoso Rtock-in-trado consisted of cunning and cheek professed to havo dis covered mineral deposits capable! of yielding fabulous returns, and suc ceeded in floating them to thoir own enrichmont and their victims' ruin. Tho No-Listbilifcy Companies Acfc afforded tho wolves amplo protection, and provided none for tho lambs. The lambs who woro bitten have por haps been a bit shy, but, then lambs aro born every yoav, so that tho crop is always sufficient for a foast for tho wolves. Under an Act of Parliament that came into force on th...

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