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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 13TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. SEPTEMBER 19TH, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 15 September 1886

ZZLZGX OU. CIIUUC]I O 1s'NOLANP. 13en SUNDAY AFTERL TRINITY. tjEPTEMB1ILR 10Th, 1880. - Chrifrt (9loT?, lCfunn, et I I n.m., Morling Prnyer Cilnet CoIIzvii, 7 p.Im.-iveninI P'n)yer. Sooiccos will bo ooolucied ho nlie Churolh of Enlglanl Churcelos at Joobcroo alnd Shllhmurbou by theo ite. RI. Crisalol, uon Snidlay nexta iw Loilowo * OirhoflibOrt 11 a.m. juhorootv, at 7 p0.m.

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

00 MMU OZAL. 6outh Coosl nnd "\est Cnidon Co.oporalivt Comlpanly (Lhnitodl), Collllerci l ,?tor~oe, Sossox-streot Syd.ey, lclow wv a givo detoilecd qtlantlonut:- Jbittor, l t, per b ..................... 0 U I I to O 1 0 Vootor1 ditto ................ 1 ,, U/ie ~tt JIlteocn, (.,l: ..................... ........ e o % o o 8 Ioot, loo l b U 4 ................U. ........ U 0 ,I 0 7 7 (flwro ditto .............................. Ul 0 8 0 0 U ultoo,,, ]por tol....,.................... 17 U ( 0 , 1 O (I Calf Uttins, eh ..... ....... 0 0 II 0 U) U zllsO, olive, 1erlb ................ 0 U U II t 0 U 4 C(o er, ehC o .......... ........... .. ...... 0 0 , 1 Itt t0 ]Lides . O I O 0it ltze, prt boshlul......... ............. U U U ,, 0 !I It /tt]tolloOtt', otoll..................... U O I , 7 It( U ].certo Ito)', pttr 4ot................. 410 O U l0 It l'ott?too,pee, too........................ 40 UO 0 U U ]ot, ljl~cr l otrU................ 0 ;I it O U O ])uekts, pcrplllr ..........................

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday, 12.45. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

TELEr1APeHiI *INTELLIGfNCEC (FROI OURn OWN CORRnEsPONDE'NT.) SYDNEY, Wednesday, 12.45. In the sculling match on thle Thames Lee defeated Matterson in the easiest possible lllinor. Friday, 12 (noon). In the Legislative Oouicil the Noxious Trades Bill was referred'to a select com mittcee. In tihe Assembly the plans of tile Tarago Sto Braidwood and Gundagai to Tumut rail ways were approved. The Patents and Designs Bill partly went through corn mittee, and the 1-louse adjourned at midnight. Returns show that there are 1885 licensed public houses in thle colony; 3170 colonial wizio sellers; 395 spirit merchants; 310 ,browers; and 78 brandy distillers. Imported liquor :-Spirits, 1,437,190 gollons; wines, 242,502 gallons; beers, 2,0900,55t7 gallons. . Thle Royev. Mathers Syres Walsh has ar ,ivod from London, A man ullnknown w'as knocked down on the Southern line at Kanuley Vale and cut to pieces. Friday, 7. p.m. The Anssembly moet this afternoon, but S there were only 11 members present. ,...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

INJTERCOLONIAL NOTE~S. A torriblo fnlntl neoidornt Ihapponod t the Ulnion-estrcot croning neony the South BrrunrwiRck stationl oil the Colurg line of roilway, oil Sutur aly ighFt (theo MelbourIono Age reports), rolnit ri II th i r h m ilnltnneonr l d.ath of a 1n100 rhniudtl Johnl Ernucir [ockling, 40 yeorr of age, no ongineor lid bl ItockAnith nt to Manlror Iron Worls, 2(15, Swnoton-atroAt, Mellmnono, Ibut who resieod at Union0-streut, Burnowiork. Do conseod anrd hie brother, wvho, it is Htatedl, alo tad a very narrow oscapre of Ihlngl killod, wolo rlnlnung to ectcb the 7.5 1p.m. tIrai to Mel )ollluo, whlichl, us tllOy reach(lud thle raooingl, wovs plp'oncuilng tho station. Decpoeud'e brothur wnas filt', nld uoccoodud in rousillo g thuo liln Rafoly, hut thu ulfortniunte docuooed Ihisneolf wasr crught by tohe bufftr of thu onrhine and thrown a consirdornblo distainc on to the line, andr d(eath nrnstt havu bheeu alort instnltnllroros, Thu skull was laid otrn acroes the forohloadl, bot...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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ORIGINAL LINES ON THE DEATH OF DR. LACEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

ORIGINAL LINES ON THE DEATH OY DE, LAOEY. iYl AIILADIAN.] Tiroi art gone, our best and truest frioend, We'll nover more behold thy face, VWe are loft to mourn your untimely end, And try in vain to fill thy p)lace. In the midst of lifo we are in death, VWe have learnt too woll that awful truth, For Hlu who gave that floctiug breath Itocalled it ill its youth. 'Twas God who gave and IHe who took Thalt dear and proecious lifo, And doubtless will in mory look Oa the orphan and the wifo. 'Tis sad to dlo on a lonely road, Without ono loving friend ' To ease the minid of its ecarthly loadl Whloe at its journey's end. Wiho but one alone can tell1 Those wishes ullnexprossed B1y himn, whoso funeral kInoll Still echoeos i anumy a breast. Man's dnys on earth aro few, Aed huemn frienldships ficklo, 'Tis hard to lose a frinrd so true, By death's relentless sicklo. Blnt a foew moro yeaors of care and sorrow, Thou our turm msut coins, How many reckoni on to-morrow VlWho never sooe its sun. Thosl tr...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

An inqtury wa~s hold at Windeor on WYodne. day, bufuror Mr. lBookle, polite iLgititratO, anId. Mr. Macilounl. Comptroller of Pr'isone, reopect ing the recent es?apa froma gaol. 1; aplpeo'rs that two prisnetrs, Alfrod Murloy and ,John\ Dull:y, olffoted their estcape on tho night of th, 7th1 ilnstant, by cutting with at shmrp instmreltBomei thin frmno of tihe cull dloor, eatuing the bolt to bum0 its hold, Tlhey thn picked lthe padlock of the storeroom in tihe yard, from which they took a supply of private clothes, and then plicked tlhu padlolok, secUuring the main entrance-galu, and got away, \VWarder Gillios locked thetm up for the night, but omitted to search them bef,.ro doing so, One of thornm was under asentence for, throo yUars, and lhadU boon twico convicted, and once bofore hald mado his esoupo from gaol. iMuch dissatisfactioan hls boon causod a~t O oarcetr on accoulnt of theu COmumisiotmer f?r Railwvays having fixod vory high raltes for the earriago of goode from here to thIe...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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OUR MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

OUE MISCOLLA~Y. Bonch embarks from London for Sydney on the 13th proximo. A million and a mhlf of pooplo havo visited ihe Colonial Exhibition. The import trndo with Sydney for thel current year shows a dlclino of 15 per cent. Cardinal Moran opens the new II. C. Clhnrcll at Blronghton Creooikn Satirdny (to.da:y.) Large qunntitios of wool nra arriving at New castlo daily for direct shiplilnlt to Lonilon. Tih Violorinl AssRombly on W\ednesday nilht voted tho widow of tlheo lato Marcu Clarke £1000. A tligr 0 foot in longth hIns lhoon lraipped nnd shot on the firml of Mr. Gordon 'telorsoi, Unnm toOes ivor, During May, 750 tone copper ore were shlippoed to England by the Capo, Colony Miinig Com pany. Mr. Parnell is ondeonvoring to o'ehain n soparation botween theo English (jovorinmoet and the Unionists. The owner of n mnall vessel awninpwld by a squnll nIoar Port Douglns swain HOVUIIe mile to elloro, two others being dtowllod. A nIlin nannd Williatns, cnampeid with others on the Little Gr...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

\'PI6,YA N. ? oerviP9 wll )b o dullceil ll the Wal?tlyatn Ch(ur'Luch, on untldlay nlxt, as* fatllutw: K ttl tllltr , rat II[ aa,a ,--]a . , - ]t . It (I lllV. t n. ]·tilalalt, atll. 711, 1a.-- a. IIt. ' , (ataa.)l'h ah taallrll litaaa at. II aaIm.aa-- ltv, (t. It lLtta a PI aahlaatiaala, iall.7 llt?] . --Laa .-II . , I lt. Bndd ic?ck, o U (t lat Itetaa I t 2,7 aaa~1 a t ,t, ? t ' 1. () alll arll a t?hattalaraaaaa, a. t+ a1I uaI.---itf', ?'V. ('aalaaaH $aaatar vt'tt taa 1, aaaaaataactaI at. Ma. Natabtaa'a, Snaatltlloteea, o11 t.+aaalalayiao a|P t. ~ 2Ja a.+]|) ,ll tat" I., (t~thta l lhaa

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HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

HOSPITAL O0NO3OeT, Toe munch-postf poned and andl'y unfortunate eutertitmnlmlt giveol il aid of tie Kiatna Oot tage IHospjital cIame olff on Thursday nIighlt. In co Ullnselunce of someu Ioismnulaagenlsnt or ignor ailce of the precise date fixed for the visit of Cardilnal Mforan, the final effobrt to give the entsortainmnet eras iado on tihe very night when his lEminanuc's counter attractions had roeached their height, it is neeoodless to say that the curiosity to seeo a real live Cardinal, the lirst of those august dignitaries who so benignly des conded to the Southern Babylon, eminently sne coeded in extinguishing the lesser lights. We mlention this apologetically, of course, obecause we feel sure that the snsall (and as tihe chair man put it) select audience which assnembled to appreciate tlhe olforts of our young Jamboroo frieids, did uot represent tile bulk of the Kiaina poepllo who feel a real interest in the hospital allkirs. Of course we are free to admit that there are a few...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

COOIHIEOA'ITONAL CIIHVICIl, OElIITIiNO.ONI. Tho ]hev. O. 1fig)nvuy eondlluts Hrvicd evr"y Suntlldly ast fll]hno : (I~lnl'hgnIgI ant I laln, aand 7 Ia. '111 in'h dlaI rt~qat 1 m tlil ti ., mrioua e l7vemfln oa tiei dset t!t, willfotlta a l'ate laial~'aIi l~ i S a ratrVa I tl a ha'lt fnit thtae t ttaa" it atwi l al't,, whita aattlaaa will it

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

LOCAL AND GENEALT NEWS, A wrIU, roport of hie Emninonoo Cardinal .Moran's vicit will appear in our noxt ieesuo. Tun' mooting in cnnoontion witllh thu Kinmn Orickot Olub is postponid1 till MondaI y night. WVu hopo to soo a good attendaneo of lmeombers, ON Tihuarsday ovoninlg next, Edith O'Ourmanlm, who is stylod 11 thue "ascaped nun," leatures in thu o''unporenre Haill, Klnmua, and on Satur. day afternoon nuld ovroning also., We would call nattontionto tho ndvoertiaomont in Inothor column llounoing a mu ooting of thli friends of thuo lat Dr. Lanooy fr thu pur pano of taking stopl to ilit Iatu a nemooria to his i meImory. (3O' Wednonday afternooa noxl tha foalldtion etoell of tlhe Kiama Cottuao ]IHplital is to bo aInd, whien tihe inlllmlbitllt s of KiInIa llad tile surrnllndinlg lisAtriOts are' illnvitCd lIto bU prel'OeOnlt, Dr. Terr'nt, M?.LA., will preside, and soveral gulntloaonl will dolivorn ddrossoe , A oI'(mnsionll will shtlrt froml tileo Oourt.hllousu l?t plan,, and tihe etmlo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

lhan clanss dentistry at Reformi Price. Arti finial Tooth, 1cst Quality, Full etst, (ppe'r and lower) £5. Marlshali ]rothloLrs, Surgeon Dent" ints, 183 Elizabeth Street, Hlyde 'nark, SydtIoy. --D, 8-28-80-y. ONe Box of Clarko's B 41 Pills in warantoed to cure all dincharges front the Urinary Organf s in eitheor sex (acquired or cnstitutional) Gravel, and Pain ill the nBack. lGuarantood I''reo fromt Mlorury. Sold in Boxes, 4.I Gd ecchcl, by all Ohemtlist and Patent Modicine Vendrs ; Solo Plropriotors, 'The linecol itnlldl lidlalnd Conllties Ding Co., Lincoln, 1Englandl. Whole anle of all the Wholesalo lonses,.-[Alnv'r.] 2.1.80, G0rurti Svurtt'.-No other medicino in the world was ever givern seh a test of it seuration qualities an Bosoloee'n German Syrup. In three years two millionl fourn htmtuilred thusand smallI Ittles of tliis ilei icinao woro tisntri t Lted free ofo ehliirie by the Dri.ugg?It in the the United Staten ofl Amlerica to those nallictod with onnlnilptionll. Anthtln, Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

NOTICE. MR. 0 0. KENDALLr lnn boon rautorinnd to roceiv3 Amcoumnts in coInnction with tho'KlAMA RlEI'URTI'IR, and his riccipt will bo Hulliciont giurantco. S, MlJORo The Kiama Reporter. -0 PUI1SII1S]D IEV?IY WIDNIESDAY AND SATURDAY . MORN1NO. *SATURDAY, SEPTEMIHBER 18. PFor oloso ooninonmont, wnt of R.I' sodontory haIitsh, antl briun nnd norvo tiro, truslt in lop BIlttors. Ronod,--Adv, T£A/ W\na,. n,--Alt this senaenn of tho yeaonr when lo mt n 111' poople hofcol?n nOjtloolt to ntttolkd o, bhliounaoses, I1d(0oy trohblos, coailtllption nnd ilthll o list of t1rotbalos that nariHso from boing holncItd tp, or tllhat no Ia rought on by aolls andl ,xpooul'o, it is the p'art ot prt'udonc? to tlake wrrning froml theo oxporionc of oJthi's ndri )'o. vidlo nala'i?a with thl onsll of aOHonpu f1'rom Iinilar troublua, So widhlo sla th fameo of. Dr. holl's litters, that great rmolnoly for all kidniloy nnd livoar Itrohin, that alnoslt ovaryonn knows of its groat virlna for ?tlHl onsas, [t shlold bh...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

SYDNEY EWS., QOn TonL~yd0 GD of the moan who not rout or tho Khlborlouy goldfiolds sono tinma haok rL turnaed to Syd noy biy tho tonairship Nikh. Tin Imlol0 who eiubalrkld at Port Darwin, gavo Ia vory poor aceonut of tho liold, aind aro glad to goyt baok agaii,. It wals discovorod on Mondny lasIt that St. Phillip's Church, Auburn, Ild boon brokoen into during tho previous night, aind thoe coin)InnIIonl snrvioo and a fow shillings abostaoctod. Thi ]plato wis not very valuoablo, and an i ?{niuboP of ohurchos in thie outlying distriots hitvo loon brkon into during thie pist fow months, inoluding ono in thoe sanno parirh as thoe Aubu rn church, it is surmised that tie robborioes harvo boon commnittod by thoe sanno parorn or porsons. Mr. John Olutton, who was callod upon to arbitrato in the quiostion of proporty balonging to tho Governors of Christ's Hoopitil requcired for thie onlanrgaomont of thle Gonoral Post Ollioo, has now insuotd his award. Hlo finds £120,0987 is due to tho govorno...

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HOW THE PRUSSIANS INVADED BRIGHTON. A STORY OF THE REVIEW. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

iiW TzE PEUSSIA NS INVADED RTIGHTON, A STORt Oi TIHIE RIiEBI W. (coN-TINum,.) 'ow Sunday passed I need not say. Those who know Brighton will picture the scene for thetuselves, Volunteers in the strangest conibinations of military uniform and civil morning dress, thronged the streets and smoked, and strutted, and shouted. Thero was a band on the parade, and a band on the pier, and a band nearly everywhere., The London Scottish represented by ' 0l:c' Brown of Pentonville, and ' Mc' Snooks of ]3rompton 'of that ilk,' appeared in high land costume, and tried to look as if they had been born a couple of hundred miles northl of Fleet-street, 'I'here were privates, too, in the o'Honourable Company, who would havS looked exactly like the Guards in their bearslkins and scarlot coats, had they not equally resembled that gallant body of nmeon known at the Surrey Theatre under the vague title of 'the military.' There were young lioutenants of engineers who had donned captains tunics by mistoke,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

T'unI native lablour question hais caused quite n sensation in Western Australia lately, and it has boeen folt, though loss dilrctly and loss s;trongly, in this colony also, Indeeud every thing allecting the condition of the Abori gines is a matter of interest to all colonists. ty the annnal return recently presentecd to the Colonial Secretary by tihe Aborigines 3rootection Board, we see thalltl not;wi thstanld illg the philantllhropic efforts of the Govern iient and of private individuals, the native iace is gradually dying out, It appealrs that at thie close of 1881 the number of full 1looend Ahboriginals, old and yong, in this colouiy was 5680, while at the end of 188, it was only 53(2, showing a decooaso of 327. 3t is worthy of notico, however, that while the null llber of the full-hlood naboriginals is dc!reasing that of thle half-castes is increas ig slightllly, for half.casltes, adults and child ren, in 188.1, numbered 2.102, while in 1885 thelir number was 32022, showing an ...

Publication Title: Kiama Reporter
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GERRINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, 13TH SEPTEMBER, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

EIERINGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MosxOAY, 13ir SIWT.rrnMnu, 1880. Tln regular fortnightly mcdting of this Coincil took pilace at 11 a.m., oi the ablovo dnto, and there woro presentL-The Mayor, Aldermen leo, H-lnarvoy, A. & J. Wilson, Hiodmarlsh, Noble, and Dunstoer. Minutes of previous mooting weore read and confirined. CORlnERPONDENOcB. Tioe only outgoing communicationl was to Constable Coates, Inspector of slaughter houses and of cattle intended to be slaughtered within the Munlicipal District of Gorrinngolg, enclosing circular from the Metropolitan Blordl of JHlcth giving certain diroctions in reforounco to the slaughter and dispocal of stock. The incoming letters were from (1.) The Mlunicipal Associntion of N?ow South Walos stating that the nmnual session will assemble at 10 o'clock an.m., on time 11th of Octoher next, inlstad of on the 28th September as originally pIroposed, the alterotion of dtto beilng made in COInselU1ence of a nullmber of counlltry mepresentl lives hos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

A LL ACCOUNTS duo to theo undersigned S meolt Io paid bofoie lst Octobor, 1880, to, Mr. 11. Wldttingham, E.S. & A.U. Baik, whosoe receipt for samno will be a oufliciont dise. cha'rgo. J, W, MAY Solicitor, 9-18.86.2. Kiamu. Public Notice. A £IIEET'IN of the frioden of the lato Dr. Lacy will bo lold] in the TIEMI'PtI?INOC hALL, Kinina, on TUESDIAY EVIENIN(i bEXT, SEPTEMBERI 21st, at 7.30 p,Im., for the purpose of taking elstops to initiateo a nmemorial to his inemory. O . K. WALDON, Chairman of Proliminary MeeOting. 9.18.86.1, Kiama Cottage Hospital. LAYINGL'TII i FiOUNDATION STONE. Wednesday, 22nd September, 1886. TIIE F:OUNDATION ST'ONEi of thle KIAMA COT'LAGML IIOSI'ITAL will Ieo laid on WEDNESDAY, 221nd1 inst., at 3 lp.m., wheon tIhe inhabitants of Kiania and tho uerrouidiog die trierle aro cordially invited to bo pleosunt., DR, H. 3, TARRANT, M.L.A., WILL PHIESIDE. A procedon will start rLmn tho. Ceertlholse gateos at 2 p.m., and thlo stoie will iu Ilaid at 3 Ipm. Several...

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NOTES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

NOTES OF TIHE DAY, T'lls Sonato of t;he Sydney University is act ign, we thlink, wisely, in endeavouring to popu larize Univorsity teaching, About three yoers nago arrangements wore mado, chiefly owing to the exe'tious of the lanto D)r. Bad ham, for the delivery of evening loctures for the special benofit of suchll as were unable to attend during the day, and wore at the samo time anxious to gain acadoalical distinctions. In this way it becamen possible by a live years course to accomplish what in the ordinary way would have beeon done in thrco years, And by a recent resolution of the Senate throee courses of loctures for nlo matriculated students are to open in October ncxt on the following subjects, viz,, political economy, modern history, and English literl ature, The Univercsity has hitherto had tho "' singular distinetionl" of excluding these suljects from its range of studios, and yet no subjects are of more general interest or utility in ordinary life, This Ulmivorsity extons...

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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Reporter — 18 September 1886

MGEEINGTS 0 flE IIELrB I'rothianat Allinello rlnt*et Sep.' to,~ at ;b. N.o. 12, 1.0.1.. niIe (tht. 12 II 7i~). Nu,. lbi) 1,.0r,, mob i?' hf.. at 7. 0. No. 1.10.1 ,,0.1l .. m I0t1 .) l ( ti.) iTt 7 I) 1, . io) of 'Itpu1tione, Nu. 2, eots H p. 22..

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