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MONDAY, NOV. 21. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) ADJOURNED CERTIFICATE MEETING. IN HE JAMES M'MAHON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

Mondat. Nov. 21. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) ADJOHBEBD CeBTOTCATE MBETOfQ. HI BE JAMES M MAHON. This was sii adjoin ntd certificate meeting. Sir Geo. Stephen appeared to oppose on behaUof a creditor. Mr. QilloLt appeared for the infolvmt. The opposition to the ceiti&cate was grounded cn the alleged fact that the insol vent bad filed a false schedule; that he had converted to his own use money entrusted to bim for the payment of workmen's wages; and bad sold certain hoises and drays de posited with him ea security for a debt, which had keen paid prior to the side. The evidence of a witness, named Daniel Curlalne, went to show that (be insolvent had affixed the notioe of the sale of the hones " so that it conld not be seen." The Cokjubsiosik reserved judgement.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, NOV. 22. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) SECOND MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

Tdbsdit, Not. 22. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq., Chief Commleeioner of Insolvent Estates.) Sxoosd Uamvos. A meeting tree htld in tbe estate of Louie Fifcbtl, late manager to tbe Mont-de-Pi6t& Tbe insolvent did not appear, and the meet ing closed, the third meeting being fix'd for the 21st of December. In the estate of Lewis i Sampson several debts were proved. The meeting closed, and the third meeting was fixed fur tbe 21st of December.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIRD MEETINGS. IN RE R. P. HANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

Tbiu> Vutisgs. IK ft* ft. P. 8AKKAH. Mr. Codbthbt (the official assignee) re ported that in thU estate the stock-in-trade and sundries had been sold, to an amount ' slightly over £30. The debts doe to the estate a ere generally for email amounts, and chit fly from diggers, who were continually changing tbeir rtaidcnoe ; a great nnmber of these had left the district, and there wet a ▼eiy poor prospect of securing any great pro portion oi these debts. The insolvent had cot attended either the first or second meet leg* in his estate; arid the amount in hand wold pay a very small dividend. The meeting then closed. I

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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

NEW INSOLVENTS. Richard Wharton, of Kangaroo, Fryer's Creek, miner. Causes of insolvency—Lueses lu mining speculations, and i reeeure of cre ditors. Liabilities, £47 16s.; aeeeU. £28; deficiency, £21 16a. lb. J. Moore, official assignee. Thomas Bcckley, of Melbourne, carpenter. " ~ ■ f £70 _ Causes of Intohency—The lues of £70 fop feited on an agreement to take a hotel, losses on contracts, and the refasal of one Robert CBtlen to chit ont a contract for the erec tion of a house at BoMondara. Liabilities, £241 14s. lid.: assets, £22; deficiency. £219 l{b. lid. Mr. K. Courtney, official assignee. J. Price, of Shieer Gully, Sandhurst, miner. Causes of luaulvency—Reverses in mining speculations in Victoria and New Zealand, bad debtB. and pressure of creditors. Drbts, £120 4s. 7d,; assets, £8 fla; deficiency, £111 18< 7d. Mr, Jacomb, official assignee. Wm. K. Lsyooed, Spring Creek, Beeoh woilb, publican. Canaea of insolvency—Bad debts, presmre of creditors, and falling off In ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAR IN AMERICA. A FORTNIGHTS LATER NEWS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE WAR IN AMERICA. A FORTNIGHTS LATER NEWS.: — (BY ELECTBIO TELEQttAPH.] (rsoH otn vwm ooamaomanj SYDNEY, VomUT. The barque Marian, from Ban Fran cisco, brings war news to the 29th Sep tember.* It is generally favourable to the Federals. Following the details of tire opera tions in the Shenandoah Valley, a de spatch of the 19th says:—" The visit of General Grant was to cany out some important move of the army. On Fri day the enemy disappeared. Informa tion was obtained that tire attempt was to cover tire movement of Early, who made a "feint to get his troops on our left, to the west side of the Opequan Creek. The trap was discovered and thwarted. Shortly after daylight the enemy were discovered on the west bank of tire Opequan, -when a sharp skirmish took plaw." Sheridan transmits to Omnt the fol lowing official report:— "Wmcnasrss, Ssrr. 10. "I attacked Early at the mossing of Opequan Creek, and, after stubborn and sanguinary engagement, from five o'clock in the morning till eveni...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE NEW ZEALAND WAR. [BY ELECTBIO TELEQBAPH.] (rsoK Otis ow coRMsroKDcrr.) SYDNEY. Satoksat. The SUr of the South brings Auck land papers to the 9tb inst The steamer Aphrasia, from Auckland | for Sydney, baa been totally wrecked north of the Bay of Islands. The crew reached the shore safely. The natives took possession of and plundered the wreck. Governor Sir George Grey and General Sir Duncan Cameron have re turned to Auckland. Native affairs present little change. The amnesty has produced no effect at present A body of rebels have been reported in the vicinity of Te Awamntu. An ex peditionary force has failed to discover their whereabouts. Orders have been issued for a detachment of troops, under General Carey, to start from the redoubt to discover their position. The New Zealand Herald says that the Maories towards Taupo are busily engaged in carrying to the mountain fastnesses quantities of flour ard potatoes, and that laden pack-horses are daily leaving the coast. Tbe escaped M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

TOWN NEWS. On the nuipritu side of the Supreme Court, on the 18tfa, Mr. J oitlce Bany tried the ae tion of Ainntarih e. Rebtrtt. The plaintiff made a claim foraetrices pi sgent of Roberta, the hUHaid-player. Hla ova vitneewe gsre him bate poor character, end the defendant's wltnesces pn him e bed one. The defend eat pleaded thet he had been 1m pored upon by the rtpnemtations of the plelfitlff. that he »ee the friend iff flee Minister! and forty members of the Legislature here; that he had cesnmltstontd him to make aome inquiries; and'for what had been really done the de fendant paid into ooart £20. The jury held this to he fall ratiefaction, disregarded the jdabriUb pretence of having laid oat more money, and gave a verdict for the defendant. The action iff JthuUnu r. fUhd, for false Imprisonment—a seoond trial—was also portly heard. The following despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colon let to Governor Sir Obailes Darling, cm the subject of the oolo nial precedency of sen...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY, NOV. 18. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq.. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) SPECIAL MEETING. IN RE THE PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

INSOLVENT COURT. Fbidat, Kov. 18. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq.. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) Special Msettko. IK as the FBOV1DEHT DI8TITUTB. Judgement -was given on the application of June* Campbell, a holder of fifty shares in the Provident Institute, to show cense why be sfcoul i be exempted fiom contribution. The grounds urged were that, by certain conversa tions with Mr. Porter, he had been deceived, and led to tike si ares in the institute. Sir Geo. Stefbix, on the part of the offi cial assignee, objected that it was useless to go into the examination, because Porter, ai the managing diiector, could not by any fal»e representations blud the directors. The point was resetved at the last meeting. The Chief ComnasioxES delivered judge ment yesterday, and said that the cases cited were conclusive against the admissibility of such evidence to bind the company. Tne aigument as to the defence of "false repre sentations" contd be heard at the neat meet ing. bir Gxo. Stefhex, o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA The monthly meeting of thla society was held on Monday evening, Professor M"Coy in the chair. dohatiohb. The Secretary reported the receipt of the following donations to the fooiety :-Fraj menta rhytographu Autlralu, Vol. 2 of the Flora Atu&aUmtlt. end three numbers of the Ftocudirgt of the Boyal Society in London. AHMtJAL MEETIHO. The Hon. bscBETAET (Mr. Ellery) an nounced that the annual meeting of the association would be held on Monday week nest, at the nsnal time. It would be neces sary at that (present) meeting that any altera tion of rules should be proposed. It bad already been notified that a motion on the 27th rule, relative to subscriptions, would be submitted. HEW ICEMBEBB. Messrs. Edwd. Dellsaer and C. Watts were ballotted for and unanimously elected mem bers of the society. THE DBA1HAGE OF HSLBOUEHE. Mr. A. K. Smith read a paper on the sewer age and underground drainage of Mel bourne. He said that a paper be had previously read before ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROWN LANDS SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

CKOWN LANDS SALES. The monthly series of Melbourne sales of Crown hinds for November were resumed on XufEuny, stMestrs. Gemmell, M'Ciul, end Co.'e auction-rooms. The attendance of pur chaser was by no means numerous; and, with bnt a few exceptions little advance on the upset rates "as procured. The town allotments at Altkin'e Gap were withdrawn; hut the whole of the other lots offered were disposed of. Tbe extent of land sold com prised 805 acres aud 22 perches, for which the prrcetds amounted to £1,753 15i 2d. The particulars of the sale were er under:— TOWN LOTS. Eueeald-hill, Couniy of Bourke, parish of 8onth Mel bourne, situate In Ferrarg-place and Ser vice-crtsci nt. Upset prio», £800 per acre. Lot 1.— lr. 6ft, £230 the lot Robt Thorn ton. The Gap. County of Bouike, parish of Buttlejorrk, situate at Akkra's Gap, on the road from Melbourne to Mount Alexander. Upset price, £3 per acre. Lots 2 to 6 withdrawn. Bulla. County of Bcorke, parish of Built Billa, situate on the Dairaweit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE GAZETTE. (i kCciT Coobis.—The nrmt olreolt cmirte for ilitj jrar 1805,are■!pointed to be hold m #idn :-A«ir.i: February 7, July 12. B»l !.»«•: Frbrm.r; ft, April 12, Jul; 19, October 8. Bucuwunb: April 18, October 19. Castlo m,iue : Febiuaty 21, A|iril 26, July % Octi b r 10. Getlor g: February 21, April 26, July 26, October 10 Ma-yb rough: Ftbruary 14, July if'. P.rilaiit: April 18, October 19. Haudhunt: February 7, April 20, Joly 18,0. tola r 4. Mulct, Board of Victoria.—Legally qualified nurllcnl prsc'itlouer*, teglsterol on ll.e 10th of November, under t*u> provlriona of Iha Act of Parliament o' Victoria, No. 158: — Pryce Joner, Scotchman'* Lea'', Boolny-mg, Hem. B. Cull. Surg., Eng., 1845; L'c S-ro , Apoth.. Lord., 1848. William Bharn, C.rng l<aio. Lie. K. Coll. Son., Rile, 1866. Luc Wallace, B.barlt, near Mrreui'b, Lie, H Cull. Surg., Edin., 1846; M.D. Unir. K.ColL Abord., 1847. Edward John Wila n. Church street, Blcbmond, Mem. R. Cot. Surg., Eng., 1815. Cokt...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

MINING NOTES. Beehln Uiuing A'lociaUou, Thnnngoirer.—In eon Mquence of the machlnniy bcui2 onrteutal era thing only recumuicnced ui Thursday, etuoe ouiah time ei| l"ui teve teen Jutted through the eUstpen, jlelduig 7!'«. hdvl. from pan end ripfiim. Eeginheim mining A-odetion, Tnuengoifer.—Tbo wotting of the engine-duft b being proceeded with, loattesd Ol hitlwat efnUnffn em* etnik 4arinr.tte .Uit thne stcte, fertile pvrpow of cuoreuieutlj working tteg.ouid. ttey te« knodted through el ed-jill ol thtry f cut, end ere new Hieing quitr lor muti ng. Oteud Juration kilning Aaeocurilou, Temugowar.— A cnuhliig of 1ST com, robed by Cowling en) Co., tea yielded Stat. IHn. ldgr.; reeilnng £1,1(13a. ltd. Tbeooauenyte irr oeutegeme— to ttiu i ltd., end MhMfiW lb. ltd.. 18th bet, mi __ too* atone end thirty bee wdbd. CatherineI (KeHb-QlIt, lug Cmp " t uken <iu»rtr-i]iliilng idanpony <fiegtttere3|Ctew ton -In ttruurfae 'bit ben employed - in etching eurftee Muff, pbulpad fro...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALBOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

TALBdT. The Ann mntkeTtble *■*; hw hem ruber aa^ee^ which bee* employed In-ihilhi^SMwb&^'SMidBf ifcto levouriie '<a«toe^ttoi ojteafit 'Onenoclt Urnliner tofrfeiert itrtmeuef.PatUni; end Orient*!, Mm mtln driring ;tber,^ ten loedi of dlriftp*/, vherethtii ■ obtained a qoanUly of^ Mia Ueriifl Sb^dipitwet *tn wgh §6m> ntli ndririug,* •boot three: Uooklngonj le i tepeiK is daily expected to give returns. The ground of (his oooipany wu formerly par tially worked under the name of the Inde pendent Company, Bander's Paddock, and although giving good weekly returns, wu (owing to some legal disputes) abandoned, and (he c. mpaoy reformed under Its present title, fihatee.aie much inquired after, but are difficult to obtain; the holders asking a high price, confident in the luture. Among the new coinpnniee,Wallingford'a and Logan's Paddock sic In great favour. The Amherst end Rocky Flat claims are rapidly pushing themselves into notioe: will report to you more definitely n...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

NEW ZEALAND. We have Auckland adriosf to the 9th last The i'w Zealand Herald of that date, says :— " Pal at* Mat*, a Ng*|>ubl oh let of the Poa tant, has Issued a proclamation, to which he telle hit people to this effectAd erli haa come among them, that it Ja no new evil, since it baa existed sicca the execution pf Boatsngl (a near relation), that his mind wri daik then, bnt that H bad grown darker no*. There can be no mistaking language such ai this from a Uauri. Fortunately the tribs over which Parata Hata tolas is bnt about filty in number. Already we learn they have tbiown aside the Christianity which baa been taught them, and have adopted a new faoati dsm, the ' ftkera/or lltiraUy the'tea-kettle.' Tbey have an old kettle from the rebel pa which has been Messed, and this is ohedsbed among than as the ark «f theirreligton.' It ie set fall of wster before them; the water is biased by one of their number, and sprinkled; over the reek - It is supposed to com disease, to afford In...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. The news from the New Zealand gold fields continues to he good, though not at all of an exciting character. Several new rushes are mentioned, though none of an; consequeooe; water-races, flumes, tunnels, and such like woiks, leing the otder of the day. The No kemai Is said to be turning out a rloh field at length, after many disappointments, but no particulars es to tho nature o! the discoveries there have yet leached us. The snow was gradually disappearing from the high lands, without the rivers having been injuriously flooded for more than a very short time; and the promiee of an eaily summer was the cause of much nctiviiy in the Lake district. On our diggings the want of water is begin ning to be teiiously felt already; and if the summer set in dry, there will be a most unsatisfactory stats of tbiugs on some of | thees before long. The rains continued very lat9 last year—in fact, it is several years since the mineis have had auy experience of a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORT OF AUCKLAND. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

PORT OP AUCKLAND. FKAJBCra) strummn. Not. 8.—Bdln Ntry, tergur, for Hoiaii Town* Itnbrook, brtg, lor v«ipiiuo; Aocktead. u. f<J HdbMiiM.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. The Australasian Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

COMMERCIAL. The Auitrahuim Offioe, Saturday E renin?. The clearacoee of gold doriog tbe week Imve amounted to only 115 ounces,making the total shipments since the commencement of the year ln€5I,G79oz.; of which quantity l,869,662oi» were the produce of Victoria, and 192,1170*. transhipments from New Zealand. The shipments made hence during the cor responding period of last J ear were 1,813,7180*. of VUtorian gold, aud 801,879os. of New Zealand gold, giving a total of l,6l5,697o& lhe treaty Altt California, of the 24th August, report* as follows M ginoe dale of our last reference the market for breadsiufls end feed gnOot hat ruled stead/, bo* with out £}kc1b1 tAlvity, uavil at the cluee, when there U kh.6 inquiry, mad prices, if not actually lower, show a tcndcucy to weakueis. Barque Chaco la now loading lor bong Kong wl h flour, and will o»rry the bulk of 8,600 bam la H e Hill quote jobbing priori for extra ciy breude, mqua(l?r^ack», ailQjoL to lOdoL 60c. I«r Unti. H'bcat Cv...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

SHIPPING. H0BSONV BAY. ARRIVED.—Kov. 16. T. E. WlUdfe.. ship, 7*> tons, H- Wilson, from Toine Angut£ 19th. ho passengers. Bright Brother* oik) Of., a^euU. _ .. H(relonM>htrev ship, 865 torn, Henry Robin»on,fiom Vtlp*r*Nw> SOIL August. Seven psveengem Bright Brothers end Co., agenU. ^ __ . forwent, (AO toot, E. Lueu. from Hobsrt Town 16tb iittL. Pesfengers—saloua: Mr. end Mr*. Robertson. Mr*, end Miss Llnd***, Mr*. E. A. Mwv den. tlmn. E. Jofcnwm, For, end Steele; end twelve In the steerage. B. B. NleboUon nod Co., •gent*. MbUla, schooner, 106 tone, Tbomu Cooper, trom i IDlil*. KOWRMT. lira HAH, 1UUIUM WW MVin BeTniubl, M.&W. Ko peseugert. H A Wooonouie, , ■gent. Bitter Brer, schooner, 81 tons, J. H. Thorn, from Port Ftedtrick. Two piUengere. CepUln Thorn, J **W*ck Even.a.*., 890 ton*, W. Q. Saundan, from j Leunocsum 17th in t. Pewencem—mloon: Mr. end i Leunocsum 17th In t. Pewencem—mloon: Mr. end Mr*. Fiunss Mr., Mrs*, end Muter Gb'o, Mr. end Mrs. GaJrin, 4lr. end M...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

NEWS-OF, THE WEEK. The QneenfcUff battery of Artillery, aiaee Thunder, bate been going through aoourae ; of drill ud idiot Had ebetl practice, under Captain Snee. Tbe ottendauoe of member* baa been email. two goes only harlnx been manned! and tb# practice h* not been ego *1 to prerioo* ocoaatoni "8o»* eoooorage mot," wittee oar corrrepottdoot. "taneoer taiy todrnw the men ftotatb&Mgalni em : plnyment to attend drillbrfota the battery 1 Trill hf<vm¥i rffinWrt ** I A meeting of tbe Oariten Ittfle* wot held | on Friday canning, far the deoHon of addl i tlonil ot&oeML Tbe ballot neulted la the choice of 8ei«e*ntW. S. ^Mw»n a« feo^l bet tenant and Bergeaatd-Whiter tejOTloe. OorporabFaooetand Oobdridgawacnat tbe w» time, "anointed tergmntl la to room of thorn promoted, Oueydoey*Mtonleftlfetbbarne,pertba a tenner Alexandra, on Satnrday afternoon, ; On tbe prealooa Thuraday tfcey bad Tinted ! Bandhnrat, and 00 Friday BaUaiat, the [ Oorertkmest baaing placed I**1**...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VOLUNTEERS. THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. THE EMERALD-HILL CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 26 November 1864

THE VOLUNTEER*. THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. THE EMERALD-HILL GORP& Continuing oar notice of the Volunteer I Companies, we bare neat to treat of the Emerald-hill Corps, the establishment of j which is as follows:— , 1 * Captains—R.' 8. Anderson and Henry Krone. Lieutenants—R, Shephatd and B, N. Sandt lsnds. Bergeant-Annonrer—J. Cole. Sergeants—J, Anderson, W. Oowper, J. Baiusford, B. Barfoot, and W.Oampbril, Corporals—Avery, T. Of. Borrows, W. | Keuly, W. Ooofcbnrn, W. B. Fordham, and | r. Kerr. Total Strength—Five offloers, five ser-: grants, 158 rank and file. The Emerald-hill Corps ranks high on ths i list of Volanteet companies, both as,regards;] material, position, and efficiency. It was formed on the reconstruction of the force last year by the amalgamation of theEmerald hlll Rifle Company and the No. 8 Battery of Artillery, which was raised in the seme locality. Captain R. 8. Anderson, the oom- ' standing officer, is one of the oldest Offloers in the service, and his looa...

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