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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

jtflSCJGlJLANJErtiUS. The First Man Han^d in Australia. — A corrospoiuloiit to tho Unfiling News says: — At tho present time,- tho public may be inter ested in learning that tho first individual hanged , ' in Australia was a youth, and that his erimo was breaking into a hut and stealing some' food. The young man, it appears, was sont to look aftor tho cows, which woro grazing on what is now tho business portion of Goorgo-street; Ho managed to loso thom, and boing afraid tofcomo homo without tho animals, wandered about tho bush for two or threo days. O'voreomo by tho pangs of liungor, I10 committed tho offence for which he was executed.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bashful Poet and the Knowing Young Newspaper Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

11i« liiiKlii'ul Poet anil tlic linowitiK Hfiuuiig JiTewsicipcr man. Axyhotiy could tell what lie had.. Evory man in tho sanctum know in a minute. Tho timid knock at the door gave him cloar away at tlio very, start. No man or woman ovor knocks at a sanctum door unloss tlioy como on that fatal orrand. Thon ho came insido and took off his hat and bowed all round tho room, wlion- ovory man 011 tho staff roared out in terrible chorus, ?'! C01110 in !' Thon I10 asked for tho editor, and whon tlio under lings, with a fiuo mingling of truth and grtimuiar, pointed to tho youngest and now est' man in tho office, and yolled, 'That's liim !' he walked up to tho young gontloman designated, dud before lie could nnroll.his manuscript, Ave knew the subject of it, and a deep groan echoed around tho room. ' 'iPoetry, young man ?' asked tho editor. . . !f'jYos, sir,' said tho poot ; ' a couplo of triplets and a sohuot on tlio marriago of my sistel' and an old collego, friend.' ? t ' Old college frien...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

It seems that in accordance with a revised programme of tlie Commission of the Syd ney International Exhibition, it is inten ded to hold a grand exhibition of Agricul tural and Horticultural products in the Agricultural Hall of the Garden Palace on the 2nd of Marcli next. The original pro posals of the Commission were but imper fectly known or understood, nor was this surprising, for it was but the most natural consequence of the precipitancy with which so vast an undertaking was determined upon in a young country among a toiling class of humanity, still engrossed in tho process of colonisation, and entirely unacquainted with displays of industry, commercial or agri cultural, on such a colossal scale. The means of acquainting colonists of tho rotation of tho various departments of the great show in point of time, was a dead letter ; so far as advertising went, itwas confined to chaotic advertising pages of metropolitan daily and weekly journals, where country readers of such mediums...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Concert. On tho evoning of Thursday last, at the Band Room, Nowra, tho Missos GHnville, daughters of Mr. John Glanvillo, J.P., of Nowra, assisted by other lady friends, gave a grand concert in aid of tho funds of the Church school building recently erected and opened at Nowra in tho Church of England parish of Shoalhaven. At 7'30 p.m. tho hour announced for commence ment, tho front seats, which occupiod a con sidorabloportion of the building, wore all taken up by as agreeable an audionco as could bo desired for such an occasion. Tho room was decorated with festoons of flowers intorsnorsed with tho graceful frond of tho Biirruwang, which docora tion, togothor with tho oxocutiou of a motto worked in loavos and flowers, was tho handi work of Mr. John Smith, and his daughters, at ' ' Violot Bank.' Tho Rov. J. Hargravo, Incum bent of the Church of England in Shoalhaven, by request, presided and introduced the por formers. Tho first piece 011 tho programmo was an instrumental duet, ' Mond...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Instruction—Secular, Compulsory, and Free. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

, Snsts'MctiUm— Secsslsai-, Com- I pnSsory, and Free. : I It is interesting (observes tho London Daily Telegraph of October 8), at a time when our London School Board is giving an account of its stewardship, to observe tin. Franco tho result of tho labours of the Commission on Gratuitous, Obligatory, and Secular Instruc tion, of -which M. Paul Bert is reporter. ? M. Bert - presents to the Chambers a- complete and most elaborate scheme of public educa tion, developed with the utmost cawy: and providing, as it seams, for oyor$ imaginable ease within tho scopo of its operations. It is comprehensive,-, morever, and takes in all the children of Franco with jut distinction of rank or sex. Assuming that , tlio bil becomes -law, no boy or girl in. tlio - land can evade the Government inspector.:. Thus ovory . parent . or guardian, of a. child ^vho is within 15 days of^taining six\ears o.age must inform : tho Mayor ' of liisS(eominuno whether : ho intends the vciiild to be taught at home. or...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Telegraphic Intelligence. '?- [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] ' ' '? SYDNEY. ( Wednesday, 2 p.m. . in the Assembly last night, the Treasurer said what mode of taxation tlio Government intended taking in view of withdrawal of pro posals for increasing revenue would bo communicated in Committee of Ways and Means. ' ? ' Mr. Combes' motion that Bailway charges for conveyance of hay and straw were inad visable, and calculated to destroy the pro ducing interests of the country, was nega tived by 30 to II . A deputation of produce auctioneers waited on the Minister of Works yesterday, respecting Bailway charges on hay and straw. The Minister declined to entertain any request for alterations therein. Another £2000 have been sent to Dublin to-day, making £5,500 towards relief fund. London, January 20. — The Hon. Hugh Childers has seen the Prince of Wales in regard to visiting Melbourne Exhibition, and is confident of the success of his inter view. The proposals in reference to postal rates via Sue...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Rowing Championship. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

The Rowing ChaiBjtionylrip. ThiS following letter, from Edward Hanlan, tho' rowing champion of America, has bben handed ''' ? to the Herald for publication, by Mrl William Fleming:— 'Toronto, 3rd Decemhbiy 1'879. crMy dear' Sir, — Referring to your late' favour, I would bog to say that yotf must not iinagino by my silence' that I do not \rish to go' out to' . Australia and moot my many worthy friends thoro. I am most anxious tor go; but circum- 1 stances havo been such that it was impossible' to close arrangements. Mr. Courtney's matter' ? ? is not yot closed ; and this winter' will see mo, if all goos woll, b'd'clc in old England to try and kfiep possossion of tho cup I had tho' good fortune to win from' Mr. Elliott. ' I may mention that the ' Haiilati Club' neVor bound themselves in anv wav for mo going out to meet Mr. Trickett. I will, how ever, go your way and pull lioxt fall ;, in the' meantime it would be' Well for articles of agree ment for tho match to- bo drawn out by Mr. T...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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The Two Sexes. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

The Two Sexes. ( From the, American, Socialist. J As to tho question of tlio sexes, I think that women's lovo of dross is tho stamp of hor inferiority. It. onds tlio discussion, with mo. I can't respect my sox as I do tlio otlior while we aro such creatures of . dross. Hero a man and his wife are projecting his journoy. Tho man is equipped iu an hour, and liis attention is froo for the higlior con siderations- of tho occasion ; but tho woman-: must liavo a wook for hor preparations; i and starts off fagged with shopping, and dross-making, and , packing. Go , to Wilholm's concort. .Tho gontlomon porform ors-are not distinguished, at 'all by tlioir dross, unless it is by its; simplicity. 'Wilholm's black coat is buttoned aoross his breast up to his collar, and hisV-ristbands are quito inconspicuous.- Butltlio lady singer comos iu dragging a poatoclc's tail unsproad, and tattooed from hoatt to foot with colours, and frills and emaroidory. What is1 a wodding to a' woman?! It is a| brido...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Commercial Intelligence. [BY EL15CTRI0 TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Maize firm at 2s. 6d. for best lots; lucerne hay £3 to £3 10s. per ton ; oaton hay, on the wharf, ruling price from £4 to £0 ; potatoes aud onions brisk. Huhter River potatoos from £3 to £3 10s. ; Shoalhavon ditto, £3 os. to £3 10s. ; Warrnambool, £3 os to £3 15s. ; onions in strong demand, are worth from £3 10s., to £0, according to quality ; butter, 3d. to 5d. per lb. ; cheese, 5d. to 9d. ; bacon, 3d. to 6d. pig3.(alivo), 2-id. to 3d. ; beeswax, 3d. to 7d. ; lard, 3d. to 45. ; honey, 2d. to 4d. ; fowls and ducks, 3s. to 3s. Od. per pair; geese, 6s. 6d. to 7 s. ; turkoys, 6s. to 12s. ; eggs, lOd. to Is. per dozen ; millot brooms, 8s. to 9s. ; sucking pigs, 2s. 6d. to 0s. each ; calves, from 5s. upwards.

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Distress in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Jllistrcss In Ireland. The following circular has boon addressed by his Grace Archbishop Vaughan to tho Catholic clergy throughout tho colony : — 'Dear Ecv. Father, — AVill you kindly announco in tho churches, and chapols under' your care oil Sunday, 18th, that there will bo a collection on behalf of tho distrossed sufforoxs iu Ireland on tho following Sunday. I need not urgo you or your people to bo gonoroue horo. Your own spontaneous feelings towards tbtfso so near and dear to_ all of us will ofl'or the' most efficacious promptings. I would simply remind you that, alas ! far from things looking brightor, more is mucu reason 10 ieor mat unless very stronuous efforts bo made oil ovory side',- thoro' will bo a repetition of tho Black Year of 1847 in Ireland. 'May God bless all those' vrti'o aro fJi?1a6rous and respond freely to Such a h'oart-roncfuYg cry of distross as that which piorcfe's our ears'/ Coming from tho dear old homes of so many amongst us ! ' Ploaso send the amounts col...

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The Distress in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

The Distress in Ireland. An official roport to tho Government by tho Irish Local Govornmont ..Board as to tho actual condition of Ireland has been made public. The roport summarises tho roturns of the inspectors as to tho stato of tho potato crop, tho gonoral harvest, tho supply of turf which may bo saved by tho peasantry for their wants during tho next winter and spring, and tho condition and prospects of tho poor iu regard to tho potato crop. As to the latter point thoro is iiot much varia tion in tho roports, and potatoes aro described almost ovory whore as deficient in quantity, inforior.in quality, and'ail'eotodby blight. There will not bo moro than half an avorago crop. - Tlio gonoral harvest appoars to bo inferior, and tlio crops deficient and bolow those , of last year. : :Tho oat crop is everywhere roportod to bo good and plonti ful. This applies to all tho four, provincosi tlio oxcoptions in which tlio gonoral harvost appears to bo fair, boing parts of Donegal and Londonde...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

LOCAL IIiiT.EIiIiIGEfcrCE. A NOTICE in another column announces that a picnic in connoction with the Homau Catholic Church of Shoalhavon will bo hold at Broughton Creek l-acocdtirso on Monday next. ° District Counx.— Intending suitors of the forthcoming Shoalhaven District Court, aro reminded that it will bo holdon at Nowra on Friday, the 13th February, and that tho last day for taking out summonses will bo Saturday, the 31st instant. Lusus Naturae. — A week or two ago ono of the aboriginal womon of Jervis Bay gave birth to a malo child, whoso gums at tho timo woro furnished with two woll doveloped tooth— incisors — one in tho upper and the othor in tho lower gum. Tho child was shown to a medical gontle man, who pronounced the teeth at that time a most singular occurrence, and it seoinod to have been no less astounding to its swarthy projec tors. Farewell Concert to Mr. Iiiels.— The programme of what may bo tormod Mr. Carl thels' farewell benefit at Cambowarra in tho Shoalhavon dist...

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. j ARRIVALS. j January 14.— Hunter (s.), from Sydney. „ 17. — Our Own (s.), from Sydney _ Moyean (schooner), from Sydney ; Hunter (a.),! from Sydney. DEPARTURES. January 14. — Our Own (s.), for Sydney. ,, 15. — Hunter (a.), for Sydney. 17. — Mary Ann (ketch), for Sydney. ,, 19.— Hunter (s.), for Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

? USsii'vraaTa StesfiMt ]tfa.vi{gatii«»u Coingiftny. ? hteajJejss time table. JJI R 0 M S II 0 A L II A Y 13 N, .Ubiktliiy, U a.m. I'Jun'.'ulay, S a.jit. ? MOM SYDNEY, Vtititiiliiy nml Fridiij'j at 11 |i.lu. AH meals supplied during tlio passagos ol tlio ... steamers Tyco of clmvgo. * ..- Tlio Steam Droghers, undor charge o£ Captain jjutiliiinlm, are always plying on tlio Slioalhavon RiVor in fconnHbtiou wah'tho Svdno'y. steamers. , ?f 13. iUANNttfC!. ' '? ; '? r ' 1 ' ?? S, ~ ? 1 . ?? . . MiliigliMij Scottish, siiirt Australian Cliai'tHKil lliinli. . A i3RANCH.ofthis Bank is how OPEN at xL-;.yNOWBA,.- Shbalhavon, in temporary proiinsos, for tlio transaction of all usual bunk ing business/ John Jdoavling, ? ' ; ? ' ??????! ? ' ; Mluiiigor. ? . Sydney,' uth Juno, iS7S. . ,\ Wmtted B»e Miawitoi. 'T5'7~ JO^sES, 'Collins-stroot, Kiiuna, ; hrts .. VY . IIoteCH arid Vohiclos EOR ;HXRE. ; -.- Ho is pi'pplirod td run betweon AVelhmgOng iind Ullnduila, ? ... 1 Also, that lie is a fiiisli ptu...

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THE "Telegraph" ALMANAC FOR 1880 [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

THE ? a | Ij' ALMAKAC FOB 1 8 8 0, ? Containing the Days of the Month, tho Rising and Setting 'of the Sun, and Changes of the Moon. ?' ? ? ? ? ? I .1* : MONTHS. S'ltl'lfbl' ?? ' ' tig ? M H P cq JANUARY ? ? ...L ? 1 2 3 , 1st,. S.,-Tiscs' 4-64, . sots 4 5 6 7 8 9io ' 7-13..„ loth, S. rises 5-6, 1112 13 14 15 1G 17 sets'T-13. -N.' M. 12tli, 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ? F;M:27th. 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 FEBRUARY ......... 1| 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 st, S. ris. 5-22, sets 7'6. 8; 9 10 11 12 13 14 . a5thiS.ris.'5.36,'sot6.52. 15,161718192021 N. M. 10th, E. M. 20th. 22 23 24 -25 2G 27 28 29 ?MARCH ? ? ? r 1 '2 '3 '4 5 '6 1st, S. riseB 5'49, sets 7 8 910111213 6-35. 15th, S. rises 6'1, 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ? sets 6-17, ' N.'M. 11th, 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 ? F.M.20tli. ' 28293031 ? ? APRIL ? ? :... ? ? 123 1st, S. rises 6' 14, sets 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 6'54. 15th, S. rises 6-24, 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 'sets 6-36. N. M. 10th, 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 P.M. 25th. 252027 282930... MAY ? ? ? 1 1st,' S. rises G-36, sets 2 3 4 5...

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Gardeners' Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 January 1880

Gardeners' Calendar.. JANUARY. Kitchen Garden. — Just prior to an expected shower, turnips, carrots, peas, lettuce, spinach, and French beans may ho sown on suitably prepared ground. Savoys, cabbages, and cauli flowers, should bo planted out; care being taken that tho strongest and healthiest plants ' only from the bed are choson— lot there bo a sufficient distance between tho plants — two-and- a-half feet is not considered too much by somo gardeners. 'Whore practicable, sowing in drills is strongly recommended, tho beds being long and narrow, so that in hooing there need be no trampling on them. Flower GaiuIen. — Watering this month Bhould be sedulously attended to — lot it bo done before sunrise or after sunsofc ; never whon the sun is all poworful. Weeds will require keeping down, and tho hoe must be in frequent requisition. Dahlias, though lato, may still be planted. Bulbs may be profitably taken up as soon as the loavos are withered, and after careful and gradual drying in tho ...

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Important to Wheat Growers. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Impoi'taut to Wiieat Gi'owcrii; TiiE^following extract from an old book 'on agricultural subjects, wo clip from The Queenslander : — Chopractise of steeping seed o -rn, which has.of la;o.bRon s Jigreatly a-ecom- mendel, and has. becomo so ^universal and various, : and, therewithal so, puriiicious ik'iti-i fatal consoqueuccs, .should be a caution to' all farmors-'i'or meddling with any composi- | tious , for stoops that aro laden with useless i and .offensivo - ingredients, such . as'arseuic,-! copperas, &c., these minerals; so idolised- by . j some of the most-illiterate, farmersifor their. I chimerical effects on stoeping grain, being I considered, aro f.iuiil iu^fact so far frpin obtaining the proposed -end of steeps -that t icy are, evea by ,tueir caustic corrosive qualities, .repugnant to tho very'prineiple i of' vegatntion, destroying, with thoir sharp pointed salts, the very texture and gorni of the grain. ' 1 1 _ . M | '-'? In the .present caso, all tho advantages pro...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Cheese Factory at Dapto. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

MISCELLAXEOl'S. Cheese Factory at Danto. It need scarcoly bo stated that anything of importance concerning ' dairying in this district cannot but bo of deep interest to c: many 'of our readers. In the first instance, 5 it becomes our pleasing duty to givo a few particulars concerning an enterprise in con nection with the dairying industry of Illa , warra gonerally tliat, it is to be hoped, may prove tho beginning of great thing's in that - , direction^ It will bo remembered that we . _ ^.„atatod- some few weeks ago that two gontle siien (Messrs. James and Thomas Wilson), from Victoria, had rented; the flour mill from Mr. John Brown, of Dapto, for the purpose of carrying on a cheese factory therein. . It now becomes our duty to record that those gentlemen have commenced operations, and that by their enterprise and energy a cheese--faetory is actually now in full operation in this district. It seems that tho circumstance came about somewhat ill J this wise. One of tKe Messrs. Wilson. ...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

Ca!-lc 3jBfci35^t;)iice. ? (From tht' Herald.) . London,' Jan. 21. Accoulmgjto a Jiorhn tologram -in' tho Times, tho' Minister of St'ato has', informed 'Am Saxon Chiiinbors that 'tho-'-Eoddral Council ' aro', dis ? cussing_ar projeot' to found ; coiiyiot;'coloni(Ss' iu tho Paoifioi . but'; that'tho 'liiattor. is still undo cidod; -j'Tho .itologram ??ndds ; that '.Priiicp ' '.Bis- - niarck's supporfc of : the Polj-'nosian Company is intondod to furthor this schoiiio. A resolution to vote:o00,000; dollars in aid of tlio Irish Eeliof. Fund. has . beert brought bofore ? tho;.[Jnite(yStato3 Congress, j and refQrrod. to 'ii' committee.' Tho:tologram which recently appeared in tho i. . .S7a ) ; f/r;. /'rf'a 11 1 1 n 1 1 n I '. in tho defeat of tho llnsMrirm by. the Turcomans, - and tho capture of Ohikish lar,.is confirmod. i , Aitorriblo explosion, lias .occurred at Leyeott colliery, in Staffordshire. It is known , that 79 .persons who were in Iho mine hnTO boon killed. t ; Eiohnrd - Krauo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 January 1880

[?] During a thuiidorstorni at Gulgong last week two women residing at houses somo distanco apart worft.'killetl by. lightning, 'jf- , A Six'fiti. Pobtuee '200 Yeai'iS: Aoo. — Tho following law and law casos aro taken from tlio records of tlio New Haven colony in l(i(ii). Tho statute, says : ' Whosoever shall invoiglo , or. .draw;. tho' atVoetions of any maido or maide servant, oithc-r to himself ; or others, without' first, gaining the consent of hor parents, shall ' , ; pay to tlio plantation, for tlio first offonco, 40s : flipi Bnnnnil for tlio third slih.ll lio iuinrisonod or corpormmsly punishod.'; MJndor the liiw, at a 'court held in May, IGfiO. Jacobotli Murtino and Sarah Tuttlo worn prosecuted for ' setting down on a cliostlo togothor. his anno arouud hor waist, and her anno upon his shouldor or about his neck, and continuing in that sinful posture abour, halF-an-hour. in which timo ho.kvssod her 'andVaho hyssod liim, or thoy kisssed ono anothor. as yo witnesses testified.' ...

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