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STOCKS OF FLOUR AND WHEAT. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

5 STOCKS OF FLOUK AND WHEAT. To the Editor of the ADVKRTISER. Sir-As our neighbours in Victoria and New South Wales appear to be systematically endeavouring, with the powerful assistance of the press, to depreciate the market value of one of our principal exports, wheat and Hour, I send you a few facts and figures which I think will prove that our South Australian farmers and millers have no cause for alarm, as before long they will be able to obtain higher prices for their produce from the verj parties who are now -so industriously trjring to make us believe that they had plenty of breadstuff's to last till next harvest. The population of Victoria and New South Wales may be safely estimated at not, less than 750.000 persons' though probably 800.000 would be nearer the mark. AU these mouths must bo fled for, say five months, from August 1, for no quantity of new flour can be reckoned on as actually ready for use before the end ol' the year. The quantity of flour to be consumad by su...

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PORT ADELAIDE CORPORATION. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

PORT AD li LA ID R CORPORATION. I'm nsnvv, AITOCST II. Present-His AAorslup Vldei «len Low ti mil Ninth and Coimrilloi s Kurili lil AA lid uid Kcvnnlds Alunites of list mci tmgwcic read mil coiiliuni I md the vvttklv sell Julep issed Couneilloi Krvsoms lefunng fo a riue tion befwe the Council list meet is; sud the < oipoiati III «uki hive uiv cuiaiititv of stone (Uiv Ci eck stout > tit fn met illina the road at is id per v ud lue pu ty vi ho hid the stout would stllit itthitfiguii he had bought it it is o'd per pirvaid In niswn to the ipplttition ot tin Coipirition Air C *> Hue li I offcied to supplv them with the same description of stone if the ntl of 2s pti v ud Couneilloi ItiRiiFiD did not think "\íi Hue hid utrd right b\ the Coipoi-ition m as! nor such i putt uni it the request ot His A\oi ship thelettci from Ali II licúas iel 1 I hrec tenders foi tin mating of Ninth pai uli nul troiu "Air AA ebster s to Af N numil s vv< it opened ititi i little disc...

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To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

To the Editor ol' the ADVERTISER. Sir-Your correspondent " A Country Lawyer," foi- j lowing in the wake of those members of the profession to whom the Real Property Act is repugnant, brings plenty of general charges, assertions, and inuendoes against the Act, but not one practical objection. It is that style of writing on the part of the opponents of the Act, and not its defects, which has caused its sup- porters to leave the controversial field to their adver- saries. The objections hitherto brought against the Act may Ive summed up pretty fairly as follows : 1. That it is repugnant to the law of England for several reasons ; of which, not the least reason is that it repeals the Statute of Uses (Mr. Fisher's pamphlet p. 72), so dear to every lawyer and every layman with the oigan of veneration. 2. That no such law exists in Hamburg or else- where. 3. That the Registrar-General or his clerks will be called upon to define the term " issue" in a case which cannot arise. 4. Some indefi...

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THE CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

THE CENTRAL ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. .Present-The Hon. Captain Freeling, the lion. Dr. Everard, and Messrs. Blyth, M.P.. Duffield, M.P., Mildred, ALP., Kell, Boothby, Manton, and Alucaulaj-. GENERAL 1IUSINESS. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. MILDRED addressed the Board in reference to the state of the main road near the Maid and Magpie, and part of the road near bad Glynde, which he described as being ina state. 'fhe Surveyor was instructed to examine and report. UKIDOE NEAR HAILY* S GARDEN. Air. AIILDRED presented a memorial numerously signed, calling attention to the dangerous state of the bridge'iiear Rally's (Tardun, both as regards its narrowness and the position of the lamp, which was placed in such a fashion that it was calculated to mislead passengers at night. Ordered, that a letter be written to memorialists stating that as soon as the Board were in funds the bridge would be widened. MAIN LINE FROM GAWLER TOWN. Mr. Hanson attended the B...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] Re SCHMUCKER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. THURSDAY', AUGUST IS. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] ßeSCHML'CXXK. Before the business commenced, the Official Assignee called the attention of reporters present to an unfortunate mistake which had been made by oue of the clerks in his office, which was, that the name Schmucker, had been written down-as Schumacher, and so published in the llentater, in the list ot appointments at the Insolvent Court. The Official Assignee wished to give publicity to the explanation, as the mistake had had the unfortunate effect of alarming the creditors of Mr: Schumacher, and who were now pressing their claims. Ile JOSEPH KIDD. . » Final hearing. Tins estate was brought into Court on the petition oí Mr. Edward Howland, of Milang. Hie insolvent was attended bv Mr. Andrews. Mr. Bakewell appeared m belialf of Messrs. Pavey, millers, Milang. Mr. l.rovvi: accountant for the estate, read the following report : "ACCOUNTANT'S KEPORT. lu this estate the undisputed liabilities are £135 4 C ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. GOVEKNOU-lN-OilIEF-Sir It. G. MacDonhell. Private Secretary, J. C Paisley. . *?Íííi;üTIVíi;IVol,NCIL-IIi.s Excellency the Govcrnor ín-Uiief, the Chief Secretar}-, the Attoi-iity-Genural, the Insurer, the Commissioner ol' Crown Lands and Iinniigru n?í»ÍÍSí,,,??ltÍílÍH0í" v' n',^""0»). «»<l the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. A. lïlytli). LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Xumber of electors, U,!»20 (voting as one constituency). -Ü. S. O.Halloran, J. Morphett, E. Stirling, J. H. Fisher, fi. Davies, and G. F. Anjras. To retire in twelve years-E. C. Gwynne, W. Scott, G. Hall, H. Ayers, A. Freeling, and C. G. Everard. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Number of districts, 17 Í enrolled electors, 19,9CÏ ; members | 36, as follows : District. 'S 3. 5M O . u ?S3 SA 2 6 2,911 2 1,064 1,071 1,035 959 2 2 1,280 843 2 1,041 2 1,553 2 1,201 2 939 2 1 1,302 ' 166 2 1,504 1 507 2 2,112 1 479 3e 19,967 .Representatives. City of Adelaide Port Adelaide.. West Torrens . Yatala. Gumeracha.... East Tor...

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THE EX[?]LORATION OF THE INTERIOR. [Mr. Allan McFar[?]ance's Tour, continued.] [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

THE JÍXPLOiíATIOX 01? Tlíl£ IXTEJIIOK. [Mr. Allan McFariiinc's four, continued.l Mr. Seymour and I had ridden during the two days TÏ miles. We now resolved to stay a day or two at the water, to refresh our horses, and then push on for two or three day s on one course, without regard to the nature of the country passed through, as we found our horses could stand the want of water for sonic days, and we hoped by that time to find water, and an improvement in the nature of the country , but Mr. Smith was now very ill with dysentery, and too weak to allow ol' such an attempt. So, on Sunday, the lith, Mr. Seymour took one hortic, " Blue Kum," io or 15 dough nuts and three pints of water, and went ntl'to the west, to try to find feed and water iii that direction. Wc had ob- served from Mount Oakden, that tin; W. seemed the onlv way to'pass the Great Salt Lake. Mr. Seymour returned after sunset on Tuesday, without having found one drop of water. Mr. Smith was now so iii that we were alarme...

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SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GULF YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., W.: 4 p.m., W. Weather very squally. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. 10.30 a.m. 4 p.m. ARRIVALS. Nil. ARRIVALS (COASTING.) [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

SHIPPING NEWS. WIND IN THE GUM* YESTERDAY. 8 a.m., W. : 4 p.m., W. Weather very squally. HIGH WATER ON THE BAR THIS DAY. IO:¡O a.m. | 4 p.m. ARRIVALS. -V«7. ARRIVALS fCOASTINO.1 Thursday, August 19-The schooner Omeo. 43 tons. Law- ralee, master, from Yorke's Peninsula. Cargo-Firewood. Wednesday. August is-The schooner Kctair, 35 tons, Turpie, master, from Willunga and Second Valley, Passen- gers-Mr. arid Mrs. Fox and child, in the cabin; and W. femitli, in the steerage. Cargo-19<¡ bags wheat. Hart and Co. IMPORTS. ^ " , " T Revised cargo of the Augusta Kaufmann, from Calcutta . 99» bags sugar, 1,797 do. rice, 25 cases castor oil, 25 bags salt . "petre, 32 bundles tobacco leaves, 8 bales gunny bags, l18 .. 4J1.C8. rope, 1« do. mats, 200 bags gram, 1 parcel muslins, ' J. Baker. CLEARED. Thursday, August l8-The barque Rebecca, 251 tons. Marsh . " master, for Melbourne. Hart and Hughes, agents. No pas- sengers. Same dav-The brig Triton, 120 tons. Sharp, master, for Melbourne!...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

S' S' Shipping._ ITE*M TO MELBOURNE, CALLING AT PORTLAND.-The HAVILAH, Captain McFie, will positively sail on Saturday nest, the 21st instant. Passengeis to lea\e Town by the 1*40 p.m. Train. Cabin .£4 Steerage.¿¡2 Carries a Stewardess. J. NEWMAN & SON, Port. d4 J- DARWENT, Gilbert-place. «TEAM TO MELBOURNE, CALLING AT PORTLAND.-The ADMELLA is intended to sail on Tuesday next. Steerage fare £2. de BROWN & ISBISTER, Gilbert-Place. OR MELBOURNE DIRECT.-The splendid clipper ¡ship AUSTRAL, 50(5 tons register. Captain J. Martin, is now on the berth, ready to-receive Cargo, and will have quick dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to ELDER, STIRLING & CO. N.B. - An experienced Pilot will proceed in the ?hip. de ~ OR VALPARAISO.-The fine Hamburg brig GRASSBROOK, , Captain II. Bruhns, commander, will sail for 'rafe aboye port in the eour«e-of this, wegkj Jind, offers a ?ery good opportunity for intending passengers*. Apply to B. AMSBERG k CO., Agent«.. Gillcs-arcad...

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THE MORMON WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

THE MO RATON WAK. From Hie communication of the Los Angelos eoiTespoiuli'iU ol' the Ercninij li vi Iel in, under iluto 21t!i May, \vi* luke tlie following news from Al oL'moiuloni : - A party avriv ed at San Bernardino last Thursday, 20tlt May, only twelve ilajs from Salt Lake. Mr. John Hunt, son ol'Captain Hunt, and a Mr. Goddard were of the number. Hunt comes after his sister tu take back vv ith him, and the latter (Goddard) brought dis- patches, but of what import is not known to Mr. Hanks of S in Bernardino. The onlv news brought bv this arrival that is made public is, that Governor Cummings liad entered Salt Lulu' Cuy, which he was to occupy as a civil officer, and that the I". S. military force? were to remain at Fort Bridger. It appears certain that some arrange- ment ha* Ijjen made by which the Mormons are to sub-, íiiií io ihc* authority of the United States, without the j interference of the military, which takes the wind out ed' the sails of the "¡mm of Utah;" and it is s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

.«m-- Auctions. THIS DAY (Friday), August 2a ' BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. IX RE MONTAGUE LEVI PHILLIPSON. ON THfe PREMISES, WALKERVILLE. THE GOVERNMENT AUCTIONEER has received instructions to sell, on the Premises of the Insolvent, Walkerville, This Day (Friday), August 20, at 12 o'clock AU the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, consisting of Telescope Dining Table and Cover Pianoforte 6 Hair-seated Chans 3 Ai-m-chairs lion Bedstead, Mattress, Ac Glass, Crockeiy Pictures, Clock Cooking Apparatus Kitchen Utensils Safe and Churn. ALSO, Gig and Harness A,c, &c, Ac. LEONARD W. THRUPP, Official Assignee. FREDERIC WICKSTEED, Government Auctioneer. THIS DAY (Friday), August 20. UNDER DISTRESS FOR RENT. THOMAS V. BARVIS. WICKSTEED, BOTTING, TOWNSEND, & CO. will sell by auction, on the Premises of the De- fendant, North-road, near the Windmill, This Day (Friday), August 20, at 12 o'clock, to satisfy the land- lord's claim for rent A Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. EXTRAORDINARY STATEMENT OF Mu. CHARLES DICKENS.-Mr. Dickens has published the following in the home newspapers :-It is necessary to premise that, although in the literary circles it was known that serious domestic differences had arisen in Mr. Dickens's family, accompanied by stories reflecting upon his moral conduct, the press had not in any way alluded to the subject, considering, very properly, that it was altogether of a private nature. Whether the mode adopted bv Mr. Dickens of relieving himself from the imputations to which his statement refers is the most judicious, or likely to be the most effective, the results alone can determine. For our parts, wr readily give insertion to his statement, but, at the same time, cannot help expressing our deep regret that he should have considered its publication either desirable or necessary : - " Three-and-twenty years have passed since I entered on my present relations with tlie public. They began when I was so yo...

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THE REAL PROPERTY ACT. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

THE REAL PROPERTY ACT. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. Sir-In answer to the letter from Mr. Stow m your paper ol' to-day, I may say that all titles that come into the Registration Office are invariably submitted to the Solicitors previously to earning before the Registrar General and the Commissioners. The Registrar-General never enquires into any title "alone." And the Court of enquiry thus formed by the Solicitors, the Registrar-Gene, ral, and the Commisioners, is no more a '* secret Court' than is the office of a private solieitor. And the cerlicate of title is not granted until sufficient publicity has been given by advertising and otherwise to enable interested parties "to assert their rights. \A1uit more could be done for tho protection of persons who may possibly have claims I do not know. And which is the most ju>t-to give possible claimants a chance ol' coming in by the publicity of the Real Property Act, or to have the transfer made out in the secret Court of a solicit...

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The Advertiser. ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

?\)t Ikmïmx. ADELAIDE : FRIDAY, AUGUST 20¿ 1858. ÍNEXT Friday (ominous day for weighing anchor !) the sails of the Parliamentary flotilla will again be unfurled, and His Excellency, as representing the first estate of the realm, will meet the second and third estates, for the purpose of opening Parliament. That is, supposing our readers will allow us to consider the Legislative Council as answering to the House of Lords, and not to the House of Commons. In anticipation of the official programme, it may not be uninteresting to our readers if we endea- vour to foreshadow what we believe will be the leading features of the Ministerial bill of fare for the next, session. Not that we profess to be aware of every '. delicacy of the season" that our Government purveyors may provide for legis- lative appetites ; but the following dishes will no doubt, in due course, be exhibited on "the table of the House :" 1. A Railway Extension Bill, as already inti- mated by the Government in an officia...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazette of Thursday, August 19.]] APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

G0VERNMENT GAZETTE. [From the Government Gazrtle of Tlinrnday, Ansust 19.] APPOINTMENTS. Mr. K. .1. Heath t<> lie Deputy Itejiistrur ol' Deeds, first elnss, rice Mr. T. 1*. Hill, resigned ; and Mr. Frederick San- derson to be Deputy Registrar of Deeds, rive Heath, pro- moted. Mr. George Graham, to be Assistant Colonial Surgeon, and House Surgeon to the Hospital, rice .John SI. Thomas, re- signed. Mr. William Schulz, to be Itailiff to the I.0C.1I Court at Tanunda, rice Lierseh. Mr. Samuel Smith, to be Keeper of the Public Pound on Section No. lfill. Hundred of Nuriootpa. James Rankine, Esq., of Hindmarsh Island; Septimaue Herbert, Esq., of Yankalilla; Thomas Giles. Esq, ol'Ade- laide; and John A'oung, Esq. of Wandillah, to hi-Justices of the Peace for the Provice of South Australia. The Reverend .Joseph Rock has been entered as a person authorized to grant licences for marriages for the Province ol' South Australia. Kdward Alger, of Port Adelaide, and Thomas Harnes, of ...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

GOVERNMENT L-AND SALE. THURSDAY, AUGUST in, isr>s. There were 25 lots sold, three passed, and one withdrawn. The average price per acre was .ii 4s \\d. C'ouvmv SKOTIOVS. Conntj- Hindmarsh-South of liodweU's Creek, about two miles west ol' its .¡unction vith the lSremer, Hundred of .Strathalbyn. Sec. Acren. Purchasers. Price. 14C0 90 P.D.Prankerd(W.T.Leonard) 90 ii 0 M C7 90 Ditto ditto 140 o o . Hü« 4s Ditto. . ni o n 1470 9.-J Ditto . 9:-| 5 1471 7.T Ditto . 7.'l .1 County Hindmarsh-Hindmarsh Island, three miles west ol' Kankinc's Kerrj-, Hundred of Nkangkita. 79 80 R. li. Colley .. .. .. SO 5 County Light-Finuiss Point, about three miles west of Hamilton, Hundred ol' Gilbert. ace loc .1. White.mc 5 Countv- Stanlej--Farrell'« flat, on and adjoining AV'ockie Creek, atiout. three miles north of Mintaro, Hundred of .Stanley. i:$5 7G AA'right Ill-others. 77 0 0 136 so Ditto .. .. 91 0 0 m7 75 Ditto .. .. 80 0 139 94 Michael Reilly.l«s 0 0 151 62 J. Torr . lia o o 152 C4 Ditto . 77 0...

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THE ALLEGED "SUSPICIOUS OCCURRENCE." To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

THE ALLEGED SUSPICIOUS OCCURRENCE. To the Editor of the ADVERTISER. Sir-Having read in your issue this day, an article headed " Suspicious Occurrence," purporting to be com- municated by "a Correspondent," I as the "medical gentleman '" alluded to therein, beg to declare that your correspondent's statements are false in toto, with the ex- ception of the fact that the wife of Thomas Irving, alias "California Tom," did, a short time since, die at Carlot,   on the banks of the Murray. I feel it my duty in justice to myself and the person whose character is so grossly aspersed by your correspondent, to lay before you a plain statement of the facts of the case, the publication of which may do something towards curing the wound so causelessly and brutally inflicted on the feelings of the bereaved husband, by your anonymous contribu- tion. It is well-known by all residents in that part of the Muiray where the death took place, that the poor woman, Mrs. Irving, was lying ill fo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 20 August 1858

BIRTH. On the 19th instant, at Greenhill, Mrs. James Smith, of a son. DIED. On the 26th of May, Mr. John Jones, late of St. John-st., Clerkenwell, and Wellesley-terrace, Islington, in the 52nd year of his age, in consequence of an accident. The deceased was elder brother of Mr. H. Jones, firm of H. Jones and Co., Rundle-street. On Thursday, August 12, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. J. Longbotham, and only daughter of the late M. Barker, Esq., Solicitor, Wakefield, Yorkshire.

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OPENING UP OF THE INTERIOR. To the Editor of the Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 August 1858

OPENING UP OF THE INTERIOR. To the Editor of the Advertiser. Sir-Having in my first letter endeavoured to draw public attention to the benefits of irrigation, and the means by which it may be effected when lands are situated in the neighbourhood of a river, or a sheet of water, whether natural or artificial, I will now proceed to the subject of obtaining our supplies from wells, and endeavour to show that the difficulties of obtaining the requisite amount are not greater in Australia than in other parts of the world. In the first place let me observe that an undue stress is laid in this ' colony upon surface water ; not that its value is overated, but that persons expect a far larger amount of surface ii ater than exists- in other continents ; that coming, as we do, from Great Bri- tain, surrounded by the ocean, and favoured to an ex- traordinary degree in the character of its climate, we look for the same steady rains and running streams here as there, forgetful that at no greater ...

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INSOLVENCY COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] Re SYMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The South Australian Advertiser — 21 August 1858

INSOLVENCY COURT. Friday, August 20 [Before Mr. Commissioner Mann.] He bliioM>s Mr. Moulden attended tor the estate. I The adjourned final hearing of this insolvent was further adjourned to Friday, the loth September next, at 3 o'clock, | upon a statement made by Dr. Muller, that Mr. Symonds was afflicted with acute ophthalmia, which was so severe that it would not be safe for hint to leave his house before that time. lie O'Dwyer. The first meeting was appointed for Monday next, at 3 o'clock. Ile. Collison. Mr. Moulden attended to lile u petition, informa ptniperts, by C. Cleve Collison, now in gaol, for an adjudication under the New Act. The Commissioner said he would consider the matter, and give his opinion on Monday next, at 12 o'clock. Rule as to proof of debts under the New Act. Mr. l'elham, of the firm ol' Andrews & Bonum, applied to know if the Commissioner would admit a proof of debt by affidavit under the arrangement clauses in the New Act. The Commissioner rule...

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