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THE BIG NUGGETS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 February 1868

THE BIG NUGGETS OF AUS TRALIA. A writer to the "Guardian,"signing himself " Advance Australia," gives the following particulars respecting the various nuggets found in Australia: I trust that the lucky finder of the splendid specimen at Gympie Creek will not object to its being called "The Prince Alfred Nugget," in honour of our illustrious visitor, and to fix in the memory of Queenslanders the com mencement of what will, I hope, prove the golden era of this colony. The following particulars of the principal nuggets found in Victoria, may be interesting to your readers, and serve as an additional stimulus to those who are now mining at Gympie Creek. 1. The "Welcome Nugget," found at Bakery Hill, Ballarat, 11th June, 1858, at a depth of 180 feet; water worn ; twenty inches long, twelve broad, and seven deep. First sold at   Ballarat, for £10,500, afterwards sold in Melbourne; it then weighed 2,195 ounces, and fetched £9,325-or £4 4s l½ per ounce. 2. The " Blanche Barkly,...

Publication Title: Warwick Examiner And Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 22 February 1868

T WtWTID, EAMS to load (or ToavtooApply DAVIS, HARRIS. & CO., S12 Palnierinstreet. WtKTED ABINGLEMAN u bHEPHERU. None but an experienced Land need apply to W. C. BALL8, Statiun Agent, C26 Warwick. ~ WANTED A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to MISS ROSS, 627. A. J. S. Dank. Warwick Municipality. THE Warwick Municipal Council baring reaolved to At'fOIXT & BATE COL LECTOR, application* for the office will bs received at the Town Hall, oil or before UIUB8UAY, 2Ti<i day of F.'bmary. The emoluments of the offli-e will lie £20 P'T annum, and S per cent upon the amount of bin collections. Ttro responsible sureties required with cacti application. Uy order, WILLIAM WARREN. Town Clerk. Municipal Council Chambers. Warwick, 17tb February, 1868. 6I5 Old Warwick Agricnltarul Society. NOTICE. MEMBERS of this Society are requested tn send In their names tn Mr. J. R. BUSS, An»tralian Joint Stuck Bunk. 011 rr before SATURDAY, tbe 29tli instant, as there reiniina a small balance to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

THE READY AMD RKLUBLG SlBilMCDY. OLLOffAV'S OINTMENT. H CIRCULAR TO THE SICK The first hospital surgeon* and meflWal authors or Europe admit the nnpa»Utd»n« inflammatory »nd healing properties of this ointment; governments sanction ita «»e i*< their naval and military services, and «* masses in thii couutrf and throughout the world repose the utmost confidence in Us cflra tive properties. It penetrates »naT"°* inflammation and corruption which underlie the external evidence* of disease, and neutral izes the fiery elements which fced and e*a» perate tlio malady* RHEUMATISM, scrofula. ERYSIPELAS. These »tb among the most terrible an# agonising diseases, yet In tbrfr worst fc«», and when seemingly incurable, they disappear under a persevering appUcattoo M this soothing, healing, antidote to prin ana inflammation. KING'S EVIL> FEVER 60BES, IjTIFF Incases of King's NvlU whoraWiclnat' watem. lotions, and every MoiP« °r iriaconl® W« nraved melew, ttw vintowot Will accomplish ...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

ENGLISH MAILS. The fallowing it a table of the dates upoa which tile English Mail, ctoGallc and South ampton. nill arrive at, and leave Sydney during the present year, according to the cop* tract entered into between the P. and O.j Company and llie Imperial Postmaster Gene ral The, Queensland portion of the mails < conveyed between lirisLane and Sy iney i Another ci>mpiny. The inward mail an in Brisbane pbopt 66 hours after it &rrij| Sydney; and tlie outward mailt bane about three days beion steamer teareB Sydney. > INWABD. ' Leave Southampton. Arrive at Sydney. March April May June July Aupnst August ., Sept. October November December Leave Sydney. March March April May June July Aniiust .. Sept. October .. November 8 May Juiie Jul» .. August August Sept. .. October November .. 92 December ,, 20 1869 January .. 17 February .. 14 OUTWARD. Arrive nt SoutlinmptOQ 1 April .. .. 86 May .. .. 23 June ., 30 July .. .. JS August .. 15 Sept 12 October .. 10 November...

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METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th. [Before His Honor Judge Shepherd.] CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

! METROPOLITAN DISTRICT i COURT. : MONDAY, F;:BIIUAUY T»: 1 I. J I [BEFORE His Honor JIK1;;O T-III'II'ITII.] ' ! CRIMINAL SITTINGS ; TIJCMC w«to no crm iivsil cu-o-. In*: Jl'»iirn- ! j f;i <iiKe!j;ir«n«ff thu*** t:<usi;nw< ti j >r ihi; , icmmkal thai it <iod him j^lru-nif j I > roticu 1 Lie fllj^ystei' nf j:« thu j i TIk Couit iliL'ii tv j<iurn<-ii. j

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THE NEW STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

THE SEW STAMP DUTIES. 1 lie fullon-in/T duties arc pays!i]e under Die now Stamp Act, which came intooperatiun on the 1st November last£ e. <1. Drafts ond JVonlitsory Nets#. For every £50 and under, and every fractional part of £50 above 0 10 Billt of t'xehange.-(single) ditto, diW«, 0 10 Ditto Foreign (if drawn in sots of i two or more), each, f.a-every £50 0 0 C Receipts.-Ynt all HUMS of 20s. and I upwards, osch .. ..001 j Cheques or Ordert.-Ditto, Ditto 0 0 1 I Hank Notes.-For every £100 of j the avcrajru anuaual circulation 3 0 0 Dealt of Conveyance of Property. I For every £50 and under .... fl 7 C | Aiiovc. and not rxccerffng £100 .. 0 15 0 For every fractional part of 1100 «.«»»« 0 10 0 j Agreements --Of the value of £5 : and upward* 0 2 6 ; Hole>-~Whore lottery are produced i in court to prove agreement, it will Ijo sufficient fur one of them ' to be stamped with a duty of fis. | Hills af hading,-or enpy thereof 0 10 For every ivct.pt, or eopy thereof ? from mat...

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WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

WARWICK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL; The usual fortnh'luly meeting of the corpora* I lion WHB h«hl on Thursday last. There WAS & i goad uum'^r present, including erery one of 1 llic IDUIllbci'S. : .The minutes nf (he picvions meeting were I toad and confirmed, * 1 COCRESr-»NDENCE. The following correspondence was then read:-(1) Vrom the corporation to G. Clark, j Esq., MX A., thanking him for bis endeavors and for tho successful issue of fife application in rospcct of tbe te-erection of itoBenthal ttrtilge; (2) To I<. E. Lester Esq, reminding lliat genllcutsit that the fence now within tbe mufltcipnf boundary was not yot removed according to promise, and 1'equosting that it might be done so at tbe earliest opportunity. Tbe Mayor stated, in reference to this letter, that he bad eeco Mr. Lester since the communication bad been sent to him, and tiiat gentleman bad informed liim that men were now working at the fence, and if it bad not been owing to a fire At tbo other end nf t...

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WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

WARWICK POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. JIAH.S CLOSE FOB BiUhane, Ipswich, Allnra, spring Creek, I Oraytun ntid T"<»wooinlta. on t'unflnys, ' Tneads vs. o»d Thursdays. at 8 p.m. j Maryland* ami the Northern Districts of Now South Wales on Mondays, at 7 30 ».ni. nod on TliuivrinyK. at *3 30 p in. Tnlirui U< cf, Leylnirn, Western Creek Rhd | G'tondiwimii, ou Wfdne^av, at 8 p.m. N il. j l#f!rtn* &l\ for W'oitoh, PiUcdnle, | Gicnfyon. '(Vtus, nud I'V-szors Creek, arc Tor- I w*udud by this umtl, I MAII.b ahuive rnoM | H'ffiljfliie Ipswich. Creek, Diast oi nnd Touwo oti Tuesdays,Thurs day m, and S^turd us, ftt .'J p.m. Maryland on Tuesdays at 1 p,m. and on Saturdays, fit C v w. 7'aI^iu (fecf. f>cyl)!trnf and Western Creek on W^ddi'sdny. at noon, L'ttfia addressed to jiJ<iccs Ueyond tbo colony healing on iiipuflicioul number of ..tumps on arc t.cnt to tho (icuurut Posl-oftkc to be opMie-.J and nvfurtjcd to the writers? as also letters rc-jmtci hearing s...

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THE DEBATE ON THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

THE DEBATE ON THE LAND BILL. In the House of Assembly on Friday fast tha&ilowifjg dobatc touk place* wtrfch resulted in the passing of the Crown Land* Sale Bill On the question that tlio House resolve ii^lf iuto committee to consider the Council's fuiihcr amendments, Dr. CQALLlNOIl said that be had a strong objection to etnie of the amendments of the Council, and intended to avail liiin&elf of all the forms of litis House in opposing tbera. Mr* MACALISl'ER trusted hon. members would assist tlio Government iu closlug (he cession to-day* Ho believed bone of the amendments wore of thcalightest importance. Mr. MACKENZIE had looked fully into the amendments, and none of them were im portant enough to justify the House in opposing them or imperilling the passage of the Bill. The Government proposed, after disposing of the Land Bill, to proceed to the Estimates, In the afternoon they would take a resolution of Committee of Ways and Moan* and then pass the Appropriation Act ...

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Miscellancous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

Bistellatiim " lUrrv I'i A6»ktiit."-The following case. was ri'C'M'.tly brought before the bench I at the Alnwick petty sessions, Edward K.np;. lisli, a hind, wan employed in leadiug corn from the field for his muster, Mr. Robert Daud, of Field House, The carls had bioucht in their loads at ten minutes to twelve, and the farm steward required the men to ;:o back and brini: in another load ^ l«efor« dinner. English, who lived nt. Beaton, j 11 mile nut! a half from Field House, refused,; unyoked his linftw, nud wont home to din-1 ner, after which lie returned, and had his liurec aijain in the shafts liy tweuly minute* j past on*, <loif)R on that day a day's work of twelve and a half hours, besides walking six miles to and fro between his cottage and { Mr. Baud's farm. When asked why lie did j not bring Jiis dinner with him, lie replied that he had nothing to bring. H« tisd a j wife and nine children; and his family din- ! ucr consisted of potatoes and cabbages, and | could ...

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THE PRINCE'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

TEiE PRINCE'S VISIT. The Guardian af Tuesday thus spcakc ofthi - - cxcilciucut prevailing on Monday lu Bris- * bane: The excitement fumi nn early hour in (be morning in Mrinbane wan intense. Early in the morning men, wnmon, and children were to ha eeon making (heir way into the city from the Buburbs One luigbt almost bare been led to ask them where they were going;.end tell) tliem that, even if tbo i'linee's Teasel had beeu signalled at that moment, fire boon would' pass over before they could welcome him to- ? Drishnne, The city bore an uncommon ftippot, ' and tiiere was evidence ot viuious kinds to . show that yc-tnrflny was not mi ordinary holi day. The Volunteers, who bad been 'MM moned to an early (ouster, end then ditmhiad, ,i\ until tlie blue flag waa hoisted, strolled abnut the streets iu little parties, and even the Fire Bripadewmuuit. Flagsweoe flying from oonttt lees flagftaff# erected in every part of tbo ' town. At a quarter-fast one n'cloclt tip w$nt the long-lonked fo...

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DUELLING AND LOVE MAKING IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

DUF.LMNG AND LOVE MAKING IN FRANCE. A c<irr<'*p<m<U'*a uf tlm M<miing BerttW wnN-s Tit" o;h'T«?ay 2 wan scem^ed bf a fui*nd ivlio wtjlc'infti me with these words, '. 1 kuc.w yi,u are fond of p<^e. on which | iinii" tiilrfl ; I have a tale lc tell von, hwt it , lianas upon a tail." .. always facetious/' | p.iij I. " Not a hit; and (lie proof of it is j ilut tho tAil I allude to U iuet coming. j Heboid !" 1 looked a. the lady my friend ' was* eyeing. She wag qs beautiful rts tliu i Py^tnali'iii'g statue, but wearing a ma^nifi* ! ce»{en(iuJre.-8| woveu with golden rosebuds, j nnd tiie voftiiifa of which were Pimply Clian- ! tilly lace. The train of tiiedreett was of pro digious length, " It is not on that endless ; train that w»y tulfi honps," continued my | friend " The Jady y?u have just seen walk' ; ing with th* air* <»f a R<mnn empress went . to the liall Prvfi»ct llaimnann lately pave at | (Int...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

Colonial ftcins, Mr. fiyrcs, sub-lieutenant <jf tho Galatea, was nearly killed by f alling into (he dodk at Sydney, s Tbe nltmsl uller' worthlossness ofhorse stock (enj'4 (lie Ditputch), cxcept such M. arc rfnlly superior bread, is a matter of fact which iiae been noticeable in «very tale yard in the colony for somo time back, wnd as * furllier instance of this, iffurliior proof were wanting, we have been informed of « cue in wliicli a settler iu this diatrict. took a fliob of forty horses to a neighboring town tp dispose of by auction, and found upon !?!»> return home tlial, offer having sola «totjr one of them, he was £1 7a. 63. out Of pocket, after Betting tho anm thoy realised^ against the expenses or hia Journey. The Hongnumont has Iknded thcHfanUti, convicts at Perth, Western Australia. Tb» conduct of the men daring the voyage I* ? reported of favorably. ? The Lachlan &eportt*.mHyt -Early lb November last two men % the name of: David Lewis, a Wciclunan, n...

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PRISON LABOR A SOURCE OF PROFIT TO THE STATE. (From the Armidale Express) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

PRISON LABOR A SOURCE OF ! PROFIT TO THE STATE. (From tlr. Armida.li Expren ) A short. tim. nK0 n,c S //eroW I an interesting paragraph on Hie cost lo Hiq colony of its prison population. The. in. formation thin jiiven, from itxlispntuhle | Source?, excited the community. Everyone previously felt that I he cost of our criminals in gaols and the penal -establishment must be very great, hut the statistics uiven on (1)0 subject went far lieyoml expectation on (lint head. 3i is creJitahle to the Governor of OarlinghurBt Gaol that he has doue much towards diminishing the cost of the pri soners iu that establishment hy having ' mut.y of them taught useful ./ccnpatiouiT, ! an.) i.ther gaolers ehoiv a like disposition, i It is in be hoped (hat tho Government will increase its attention to this laudableobject, ! and muptiply facilities as vapidly BS pns! I sihle for having prison population indnslri- I uusly employed, Such ft course would prove a ureal benefit to society, and not less so Ui ...

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CALENDAR FOR MARCH. [?] Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

CALENOAK FOIt MAKCII. 3«Qu'jt:. '..'sid Miton Mh .. La.-Ujusrtr l^ilj.. ?s'ew M"tm ill . 1 £«? 2>l. S.Tiv 4!\V. 6I'H. 6i\ 7'S, . 9 M. 10/J'c, 11V. 12 Th. 13 F. 1 HS. * 15 Sum, 16 IT To. 38 W. 19 Tn. SO,F. 21 S. 32 jStftt. 23! M. #4Ttf 26 W. SSiTu. Jl'lItST ^t'NPAV is Lest 'VVV*ky di*.l, *tsv I 1791 lpstvie'.t ^i.y.vllrcl a Munlcipuliiv il-t Mi.^i.'iinry Unit. I nt Tululi 17M \ jPart Denison Tivi*.j ^tablMird l*'-! j jlsl Kc^Vi-jh}'!-!" }«u'i Anxiir.Iia j |SU*c»y in H.it. <"**1 .iSu-lir.lKiI lJ?. 7 '>fcovu SVNPAY in !.::nt \ i'oit IhiuinPii r j oi i oj'c.t-y !*fJ1 ! Australia J.*y JoOtf (12) Sep'traliun of Mon-tun il.iy from . ! Now H. Wiilc-J fiM 1617 .Norfolk 1F1HI.i1 pi;itlvin -nt 17'JU n |>oit *<$ entry l.SUI ll uifiD SUNDAY in Lea:* |(jieat Hoods iu llie IlHwkci.bury 1."'1G '.St. Patrick's jl'VstJijJ gale Au»trulia2664 I Si r I. KowtO'i <lici 1727 ll<'av^^93's in Q icenalanil 18C3 Watifc||SgJ«»uti(j S.Z,aland ISM KofftfWpuVrDA...

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MELANCHOLY DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

MELANCHOLY DEATH BT DROWNING. A shocking mid melancholy accident oc curred on Thursday afternoon last to a little boy about eleven yearn of age the con of Alderman Crombie. Ac inquiry was held yesterday morning before W. C. Balls, Esq., j.P., >Vhen the following facte were clicked: -It appears that the littloiboy has been in tjje habit of taking bis father's horses to: Wfiter every afternoon as soon as lie left school. On Thursday, he went to water the i horsess^t tlic watering place near the mill, uod «uer be had allowed tiiem to drink, tbe animal lie was riding suddenly made a plunse and got into deep water. Tbe little boy w»« unseated in the struggle which oc curred in the water, but he seised hold of the stilrnp leather, and it in supposed that he must have received a kick from the horse which stunned him. The little fellow mink at once* and was drowned. Mr. B. Kerr who was on thfe river bank at the time, immediately rushed into the water, but wsb unable to reach him before h...

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CAPTURE OF THE BISHOP OF SIERRA LEONE. THE BRITISH CONSUL KILLED BY THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

CAPTURE OF THE BISHOP OF SIERRA LEONE. THE BRITISH CONSUL KILLED BV TUB NATIVES. It appears that early in Oct. Bishop Crow tlier, of Sierra Leone, went oil -a visitation up tbe river Niger, and after landing at several points lie ultimately came to a place called Ida, where be proposed racking a brier sojourn. On his pretence becoming known to the natives or llie village, several palavers took place, and at taut it was re solved that the Bishop should be detaiued, and ft ranBom demanded bofor* he was re leased. Tbo chief requested that the British consul at tbe confluence of tbe Niger should tio communicated with, and the vulue of 1000 slaves delivered to the "governor" of Ida before the representative of tbe See of Sierra Leone could be Bet at libcr'jr. Tbe consul at tbe confluence of the Niger being absent at tbe time, the vice-consul, ilr. Pell, consulted with tbe Europeans resident at the place, and it was agreed that the exploring steamer Thomas 13azely, which wns then at the c...

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EXTRAORDINARY SUPERSTITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

EXTRAORDINARY SUl'ERSTI . TION. On Monday, at the Warwick a?siz»s, bcfi'ie Mr. Justice ICculing, John Davis, maltster, was cli;ir^c><l wiili having feloni ously wounded Jane Ward. The prisoner, will) liis family, up to tho tunc nf liis n«ro t, bad resided in Stratford upnn-A.von, and had laboured under nil impression that tlie pro secutrix, who occupied an adjoining house, had bewitched them. In spile of (lie efforts nf friends to the contrary, (hey persisted iti the clelutioii, :>n<I frequently narrated, with singular circumstantiality, vifits which hud been paid them in the nighttime iiy spirits. Some nf these they elated entered the dwel ling by descending the chimney, aud when they landed in the room they went through a variety of capers, such a6 seizing the fur. niturc and pitching it about the apartment, pulling the clothcs off (he bed, and even tossing the inmates up iiilo the air. 0..e young girl, who was an invalid, and was "bilged lo recline upo...

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ARNHEIM'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

ARNIIEIM'S LAND The " S. M. ]Ierald" says that the ! two most successful illustrations of j founding new colonics in Australia; have been, we may soy, unintentional go far ns Government action was con- ; cerned. We refer, of course, to the ' settlements at Port Philip and Mcreton . Bajr. These both developed them- i selves out of the natural extension of i pastoral pursuits. They grew from i outlying provinces into separate colo- i nies. But the Government under j which they were nurtured made no | effort at the establishment of independ- j ant settlements; on the contrary, it re- : sisted separation as long as it could. j This would have been the natural career for Arnhcim's Land It should have been colonised from Queensland, for it is only from that colony that it can be stocked. When the runs at the head of the Gulf of Carpentaria are all stocked, the pioneer squatters will go out to the north-west, and when Amheim's Land is sufficiently settled ii will seek and claim a separate ...

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THE BREEDING, REARING, AND TREATMENT OF FARM AND DRAUGHT HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 29 February 1868

THE IWEEMNG, KEA KINU, AND Tit K ATM K NT OF FA I'M AND MiAUGHT HOKSKS. A pnrfcet brctd ol (arm anil dr,iu;:!ii horses cannot l)iit he ol vast iui; orkun.'i: to any country, but to a young r..j!uii.y like Queensland, where produce and stores have to ho carried over thou sands of miles of Jialf-fbruir-.I roads, the importance of re.iring in the colon v a powerful and pound class of horses for tho requirements o[ the squatter, the miner, the carrier, the farmcc, and the planter, cannot be over-estimated. It is much to be regretted thai a large amount of hard cash has to be sent to New South Wales lor horses, while Queensland is ri"h in pasture, and her graziers not too flush of cash, it is very injurious to tho true interests of a country, that countless thousands of worthless horses should be allowed to consume valuable pasturage, and to be cold in the end for a little more than their driving expenses. The existence in countless numbers of worthless ani mals is more to be regretted w...

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