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WOLLONGONG HARBOUR TRUST LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 March 1888

WOLLON1ONG HARBOUR TIIUST LEAGTE. Wc copy fron the ILr.A5Vnn. M3snrona of Tuesday last the folloq?ving piarticilars regard ing the steps which ha thus.far, hceen taken to forward the imnpo'tantproiJect known by~ the above title :- . A special iieeting of the committee was held,bn.Friday evenili, iii: tihe ,Tovn .:Iall (Mr. A. A. Turner, J;P., in the chair) to re. ceive the" deport of ,t!eo sib.?oinnittei (Ofessrs. Wiley and Bigg'r) appointed at a fdrmer .coi)nittee ameting to prep~ire:a. draft bill to be submitted to Parliament for the esfablishimnt of a .HI:lour ,Trust. ' *la draft bill, which contains 130 clauses, ssas rdd, clause by claunie and was adopted and passed Iby the committpe, who carrie'd a rdeCo. Ititon tl ta'it: slonild be plactd 'in the lIandls of Mr" F. Woodwardi M.L.A;, the represen. tiatie of Illa!i\arra, for presi,.taiol to thu Ilon. the Premier?; and tlhat.!i?'less lys. Wily ad Biggpr.should e,accompfiny that geitle. nan ras a deputatioio fiom the coinniittee, t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 March 1888

A*MoN' tho.p rocjiiots iupposiad 'tb tend to the hmihioration of human; affairs in general,; an'd which are carriod albtitb on tlir breath of tlihoreutical disoussion is the questlon of what is called the Nationalisaton' of. the SLand. We do not k?how whethhe rem are 'nity two pirsons ,who uelde'stalnd oxnotly the :anlld thing in Miiking useof o tlihese words; . ,uso fiar us they have anay practical signi. :icfiioi;, the theory tli.y r'preposent:iust sx· h]ibitlitself iili'a'somivewhat, different, aspect Sinidla:d oui'iri? ?lik Blc alrit. aiifitailtid n?ew, itiunt is iliati'sh .iathAustrilian: b?linies ': In t•u Ui! thaU,.dl Kivlg dolni ,esps?oalo asl., i as noi ,eor'ous,' in soni pastet':oIrf t, : qu!stions con-. ,eitedswiti the ownorilsip ,and : ocupatiion of theli' iid; hai Iis broughitabou tcaiabtilitio of hllat ia iiy y;at proov$,t "n'egrarliiF alin d slociabl.r i?Soii, istlidieallsolute app'roiir i tioibi ti.X, a?terrWitigyg ' ivbiolih a iiitibis 'hl<to tuihs la,.y ...

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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MEETINGS TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 March 1888

ILEETrINO £X DrllLl. Prot(ctalnt AIIalneo mchr ~trch S, 4p7.0. No. 77. L.OL., mI('et March 27, at 7.pIn. NVo. 77, T.O.Ta. .neets Nrclh 21, at, 7 p.1,m. • No. 115I, 7 .0.1, ee.ts 2lnth ~r, 0, nt 7.2,-. No. 140, L,.O.T,., meet4 March 22, l t7.:M p.m. oon1 of Teempomuce, No. 27, meta ?Xlh:lh 71, nlt 7.0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 March 1888

Bipiness Directory. ]CIAR~;IA. 4 ARnoTI):rTmIs?Es, (. A) Dreanmakera !ilanning.ereet. ASIIE, Dl WM, Physician alnd Snltfgeon, i MMr'kct Square. TKINSON ., Wil&er, &., Vire S Coittage, ;: ,! heo. .. A YAZA, AT. tinuo fli C, i B11?riWN, , 'IT'inuInithl, &e., Terra e Nsgwe & General Agent, U E?fWi"'i , General Storekeeper, .B.L ' I' eto Worker, Terraloig.Lt. CAMPi~Es , Boot and Shoe Maker, OCESR SC! ulm torekeodpire,. , ,-IO?CO., General Storeeepurs, -OL 1t4 ThOdETIt Cordial ,titiefa, . C (-0LU, . " lish ad Oy·,r Saloon, '"1inn t 7,..-.r ' C-OIi I?tpY ,loese Painter, Paper-hanger, O1r" , 1O 0 . el' , IsItie Prainter and Deceolato aloc-tree:. ,~ ,loOt and, Shoo lainfurac -Coal "ealer, o?.? Bong .II|1 III ' Saddler & llHarnee Mlekl'i, -- i tfittg~itreet ___ '___ '_______ . Z cii lI S Iloree Shotir & (tenei - lll i, jeilt IRI Te 'h along.at ret. El'iZ; , I .;?, arzter, &g., eBarine. streeti,":: VW YE J'il T ~.(\W ,i & Eli.,) ...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 March 1888

P1IESBYERnIAN. Irvsld willb? condllteod In the Tanqltorian CIhurhes on Hunday noxt y11)3v. . m Vfleen nI ftlleo . ,temnleero, i, 11' a..ln,--C,,elntUlio o Serovice. K?lma? at, 7.10 pen.

Publication Title: Reporter And Illawarra Journal
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RELIGIOUS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 17 March 1888

R?ELI 0GI.O '5S.. OIIURCI ? OF ENGLAND. Tivinn Servieo will be Eondue~te on Rullo.y next in thd Chureh of Eu~lnn l Chureln by the 11e'. J. 21. PrIce, an follows : fChrist Church, IKioma, at 11 o.m.-Spelatl addrees to l'orenl,. - hrist Clurchl, It 7.30 p.m. St. loerv!e'. llrr|e?ito1o. 2t . pf ln. fSt. John's Church Cerawh'y loreot a't 11 nn.m.--3r. It. O. c1endlll; ;?errlce ?vill I,e eon¢ntleLcd~ I thle Clhrclh of lnglhnmd J.t! ulermo. etln hl bnemr)honr, on Slondhy elntcl, by. (ho I01v, E. OrintCeflldl, foll~ow: Hllhrlllnrhoulr. at 11 l.mn. Jullzbroo at 7.20 pnn.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

MISZELLANEO US. Tr1 Ohineso Ambassador in Lndon is protesting against th exOcxoptiolal legislation now being resorted to in the colonios against the Ohinese. I' is true that a cow milked three times a day will always give more milk than when miilkled but twice, When trials for largo yields are mnadoe, thlis fact. is taken advantage of, and the oows are milked throe or four times within the 24 hours. Miss GonooN, sister of Gen.ral Gordan, hias piUblished a Volume, whioh has revivdc[ public intoralt in the terribl. fate of the lato Guemoral Gordon, who was killed at.Khartoum., The work contains many letters hitherto uln. published, It is prcfced by two from the Queen. One is a letter of condoloneo from the Queoan, datrd Fehruary, 1895, whioh roads as'follows:-" I thlought your dear, noble brother served hris onuntry horoically; his self sanorilico has provrd tdifyiig to. he wvorld .' That heo was ihot resouod in the faoce of tho promise of support macdel him, I huive folt very deoply....

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ENSILAGE IN BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

ENSILAGE IN DRITAIN. Ar the) Ensilago Sooioty's half.yearly gone ral meeting, on Dcomber 0th, the following were the ohief paragraphs of tho report of the council, which was read by the assistant secretary, and, on the motion of the presi. dent, adoipted. The council congratulated tho members upon the continued extension of the system of ensilage in the United TKingdom, as shown in the latest issue of the agricultural returns. BJetweeni June, 18860, and June, 1887, thlere was an increaso in the number of siloes existing in Groat Bri. tain of 1080, t!he precise numlier at 'tlohe latter date standing at 2004. In addition to this, 1302 persons registered their inton. tion to make osilage stacks during the ourrent year. In view of the partial failure of the root crop this season, the Oouncil would call attention to the value of ensilage under such oircumstances, and they point'i out the value of ensilago in lieu of roots,: even it wet seasons. It has been found th'at by growing, say, ta...

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FREE TRADE AND PROTECTION IN NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

FREE TRADE AND PROTECTION IN NEWV SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA, 3.'iin United.States Oonsul at Sydney, i!n a report on the tarif' laws of New South \Wales which has rocontly beoo published by tile Department of State, after pointing out that the commeroial policy of the colony has been practically that of free trade since 1852 comparcs its progress with that of proteo. tionist Victoria in tihe last ten years, In Now South Wanles sheep increased from 24,380,512 to 39,109,304; in Victoria they declined fromn 11,749,532 to 10,652,118 Tihe woollen mills of the former are not so numerous as those of Victoria, but they have loen built up without artificial aid, While the Victorian mills are aided ly an AD V.Lon ,ii duly of I5 to 20 per cent, in wool. lens. But even that is not asuflicient to make them pay.; 'iper cont. was added quito re* cently, and the manufaoturors harve boeen claniouring over since for more. :lr. Monro, a manufacturer, stated Irecontly in tie Vie. torian Parliament that t...

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YOUNG WOMEN AT POST OFFICES AND RAILWAY STATIONS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

7OU1GWOMENAT POsTOliFIOES ANi • AILWAY STATIONS IN ENGLAND,. Tun incirility and inattention of the young ladies who condescend to look after thle affllairs of the Post-oflice has becomoe alhnobst proverbial, and this will enable us to appre ciate the full horror of the possibility which may I!e looming ahead of us, It seems that ithot'iclitclderk at tile Gretna Green Rail. way Station is a young lady,'and, with this example of success in view, there seems to be no rtiason why, in time, the fair and ag gressive sex siould not combine to force their way into the other stations, oven into the bfliees of the Undergrouiid and District railways. It is dreadful to imagine the possibility ofa string of excited; passengers all eager to catlch the only traii perhaps of the day !hich will meet their requirements, and yet he obliged to.wait and lose the same, while thlio yoizng person who presides over tihe iicket department is discussing with a fe iale friend the merits of the hero of Ouida's ...

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THE NEW EMPEROR OF GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

Ti-E iNEW M? I OR O F GE1,MAi. Tnir now Emperor of Germany was born October 18, 1831. He is the oldest son of the late Eimpnror of the German Empire. According to "Men of tlio Time," he ontered the military service at an early age rose to the rank of general, and held nu morous important appointments. In 1860 when the war broke out botween Prussia, and Austria, tlioe ohief of his staff wasi Major.Gonoral \on Blumenthal, and he had under his orders three army corps, besides tlie Guard Corps under Prinoo Augustus of Wurtemberg. The Crown" Prince led hlis army, composed of'125,000 men, from Silo. sia through the passes of the Sudotio Hills, an operation exposed to great diffioultioe: and to'considerable danger. By a series of brilliant operations tlhe army pushed its way through the mountains, fighting severe n.c tions at Trautenau, Naohod, Skalitz, and Schwainsohadel. Beforeo lie had practically olfeoted' hii jun'otion withl Prineo Frederick Oharles, Gonoral Beneduk had made pro parat...

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THE ORIGIN OF THE DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

TEH 'ORIGIN OF' THE DOG. TuIi origin of the dog is wrappod up in so 'muil obsocurity that it Ihas oomplotly Ulilhdl thle resarohes of the most famous natulna its from thO eanrliestc priodl. MRlany sug. g('stiOlis .have boon malde as to thiiisoui'oe whlineo it has boon dcnrived, Upon this p?oint )anrvinsasnys :I-" Someo authors ho. lhlvo that all thl etuds of dogs 'hav yud,?is ce?ndud fron, thue wolf, or from, theo jickal, h fromn ai unknown or extinct species., ':Othiers agujin' llhive, a?dl tlhi' of hlia ilhe b? eethie tiet, thalllt lhey.y lirue ndescudllceiil 'b. siorhlval speoais, exti?ait or riioent, norhr o eee ciiiiimihngd tngethiir \Yii shall l robablhy never le idihto aisaCrtani thair , G r i g i n w ri t ]h c ,r t n t !in , ; . . . . R, 1 m i n t i n s lih'vo Iherl! found In Ith latOr tertir'y, cii. Sposits m.nre lih those of a large dog thani of " olf , lich1 favours tia hIihf of D? e la?ie liul that our dogs ari thime desoedinits of h t si"?g c?xtinoot spe?ies 0n the oh h...

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. SEQUESTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

LOCAL AND DISTRIOT NEWS. - H. QURTHtATION. ,Jollhn Robert lc gdoa, of Albion Park, lhas sequustratod his estate. ADDOITIONAL LOOOMOTIVI,. It is iunduratood tlhat a third locomoltivo will be plaued on hll Olifltos-Kininau section .by the railway dopartomont bufore long. TIIS 'roM TIsnUMB. Sovoral mrvoyors are now unigagoi(d siorvdyingl the Tomr Tlhumnb lagoon in conuction willh thll WVollongong lHarbour Trusl Holoeino. - CIN'I'ICItAINM ISN'T. 'Theo imusical lentrtaitmenit in aid of the 0.1. Imipriovmient Fld takl(OHs phlco tllAi oavoning at the Proltsln tl I[ill, JJn blsasn )o. vnrju i or;in,.; , Friday next is ganttued 1a publio holidsay thllrougltout tho district of Illawrarra in conneoo tion witlh the coroeony of unvoiling tlse oolliery disaster monumount at Bulli tlsat day, NeW ittiit. Thie 'roction of a lUow lbridgo over Mulloet Orook, at Dapto, is now being proceeded with. Thlo imoh-neodod new struot ro will stand iim muodiately on tho west aido of tho old bridge. £30 IANDioA\P...

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SCREENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

.Tee Losn dui Blnkuu ptoyU,0rt huals laniullod tl0 'liweon Ilitgs ru? iai?vuto ti bu buoluidiuplay, of Lord Lot tus, l i ro td th r i o r. Olhrkoe MI hlietrl for Jn11tlo, hisrn bhoo nrppolltuld A~;ollt.(fG rul, ?nld will Iprooood sIorlI tly to [atndutlh Tim i onj,, J.nTos Whlito has nonilto edd twoo hortees for Ihe Euglish Dorby-full brothors (o Ornubroolk rnd Aoeno rFspoutivoly, l.'. rTa ruuniois of .thu latO Str R ellhOt't' WVidulu IC, 0. M, , AVoroVO itltortedir ini, tEiplaiopullaloo portion of thu \Wavorluy Ouatoury on Swutdty allorunoon, Ii is oowV rgaurdod ns ourtlut lia t thull word protoltihlo thlruoo months 1 e l?lO will bo uo011iol1y drtippeul £lora thu pouiun tic rrluiln ? p ~oy Tulu harbour. stloa?uIlor Muriunld a-: nld: h qul'ultntillo tomtdotVu .?mJllioo , 8 tol t ,8mturd?lt y. O.fo~! Iuooll i' Lo th qlllll'~lntieO groUalm, ?ond thu fm?$1ui?' hid to bo beachi od : A liiii;th survioohuhdil lrofr omi80' ho 1h death of thu Iuimpora AVulhiumio wos hold at t?, Aidroiw' Clth...

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WRECK OF THE SCHOONER GROWLER AT GERRINGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

WEEOK OF THE SCHOONIE G1WOWLER AT OGERRINGONG. ON Saturday last the schooner Growler, f'rom 'nTomakin to Sydney, carrying a cargo of about 17,U000 oof of tinboer, put into the boat har bour, Gerringong, for tlhe purpose of ropairing the rudder and stils, nod mode fast to the buiy. SlIe oontinucd there during that night and tho following morning; but on Sunday just as heor hands wuro going to dinner, the wind, which was blo;wing strongly along the coLst, oaused her to break from her moorings and drove her into a gorge a short distance to the north ot the harbour, where she alnosst imminediately began to bronek up, id 'shortly became a total wrook. She was navigated by her ownor, IMr. Johnson, of Sydney, and coaried in ll al. ship'a company of four. From the circumastanceo of the case it was impossible to save anything; and the unfortunato voynagors, who betoolk tlhemsblvoa to the Oooean View HoIel, Gorrin. going, wore comnpollect to borrow someo ncoaessary irticlos of wearing apparel...

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(From the Sydney Papers.) London, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

Th'le funeoratl of thie lilio ]lpel)ror of G-ormdii tootk plice t.dayly. The wetheor.was bloeak, sd hollaeorloss. Tlhe route Lroi, the Ol.theodrdl to Ithiyt Royal lusolouln at Ohurlotteiolbn wragw lined with Pruaaiisn. guards, ftroed folur deep. 'T'he decoratiulons of tIlu stroots were very Im posoing, the fronts of the houses and the hnmla 11posts being ildraped in bllok. Th Emperor Freiloeriock and thle Empress, the )Dow?wger ]Em preus, Prince linrvmeuk, an?d' Count von Ha toltk, did lot tlakte pinrlt iii the funeoral priocesaioll. 'Tho searviou for tihe ded was held in the OllAllhdral, and was of an lelboratto cnd very ilpressivo olmchaotor. The i Empero'e ohargur wae. ludbuehind the hoar~e, ,nfd the Bltintcr oi the Empireo was carriod in the processiioli. Prince WVillhln was chief nmourner. T1he for. oign Rqtl personaegea fo llowed closo to the hearse,' Tlhe proceeion was of ilOmeneso Ilegthl. The roadt was strowni with loeaves inlld brnhoes, ;hioch \~;er lying eo thicl? tllnet ...

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KIAMA POLICE COURT. MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

KIAMA^ POLIOaO QOURJ B3roos. Mosesr.. .:' Oitnio'uni and M1, N. IHind J, Galhlighor wsii charged by tl'o polico with unlnawfully Using i horsB, thll prolpurty u .Ohas, SDufoiidtnt,. who lind' boon; in tulio nb Jiibooo. look-up sintou Saltur'day, wlas inoulintuji'rd liibout thl fboo, ts if by ia. fll fu'out lo?ro. ' 0, ].'rio stated thlit th) hoi'rao 1d boon tlakoi, friomltatu'o - Hutul by tho dolfuilant, wlh ho belioved, wias drunk at thu tino and. utlistook thlio iiinal for his own. This wnya in SatIurday, tlh 17th, Thi hurno wuas rocuvorud ti nuoxt daty, haviIn got us naitir lhoiso as ho could, Nothing was lust or injared. ", ' Sourguant lrayuu said thuro wan; no, ansipiolon tilhat dofundmalit inltendd to stall thiu hoiuso, but lias druniusluuss had gitol? as Inucll tIroublo as if hu had that intutilihon, us thl policu had boon sbourolting fr tlho horsuo on Saturday and Sun day. . Dufuendant plouadud. guilty, and was seonluiood to a limu of 20a or 14 dnys, lia th iCUini' :look up....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

WANTED, '?ITAN to MfIIiK and make hIIIIII self noerally uAol'ul on fLns , ".10S. MOF5 Ifr 10' l~j~ 1 j+ iLL IN connection with the IR.C. CIIIhurch, Jnitheroo, will take place on 2nd APRIh, (Easter Mellday.) Noay.) . BOYLE, " Joint T. O MAltA, j Ion. Scm. DREISS MAKING. "¶T ANTE.,, Tm.lt:IIIIATiInLY, APPRENTICES VT and tMlPIROVE\IS to lthe :DroaSmllakiig : MISS IIAItNITT,::' Bon B ongstllooeet; Kilna, c. . Gerringong Dairy Factory Co' . Limited. TFNIERS ar callued ir thliSINKINr * 0lI WEILl hy the alnve Cormiaiy, I'qn.Lfi ino h seen aLtthlo resitlenco of the tndorsntOdi. Tenders to .che on MONOD \ Y, 26!th Marh.u %. J. fIlNUMARS(I,. o, .ecletary. GERRINGONG D-AIRYFACTORY. T'ENDI) RS are i~ited for tlhe leasing'anl carting aiway tIfc separatud nila-. frmu' the above factory. .$pocilication to io seonl oil appliwatioli to .tIh ulieisiglodi. Tanders to cloa not .later thaln klOI.)AY, 26th March. .: .J. II rDMAltS: , bcretary, (oerringolng. Complimentary u ntertainment. Miss Hustler'sPro...

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To Correspondents and Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

To Correspondents and Contributors. WE must point out to all who fa' our us with CoResraPO?Nce or CONTRIBUTIONS intended for pub lication that, for very obvious reasons, we must adhere to the invariable rule that all such communications must be accompauied by the Name and Address of the writer, not for pub lication, unless desired, but as a guarantee of good faith. We shall refuse insertion to all communica tions likely to be orchnsiveor to give pain to private individuals, and shall hold ourselves at liberty to ex cise objectionable passages from contributions or letters

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MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter and Illawarra Journal — 21 March 1888

MAatot 20. hlii,'o MRes., \, W O.roy ,r nd T' Brown, J,. Morrow was ulargoi by tho polioo' with Illt'pg boon.dilntk nod diso?rdorly at GCoria? a t'!n huffthl 17th Ilbt. flo pltlodd iguilty, nld wis lined 1Os,- with the idlteornativo of sovon ?ay ys lao tliook.ltp, Piltot Jiiosolnl v, John TLIacs,.--AsntOlt, I),fodant hi t hlsa ohio oLonfuessd tlho assault, buit llindod stidog provovoation., Sorgeany t Braynu. suggostod that Constablu Coalus, who Iad witlnossod tho assault, shoulld bo;ollld to gtvuo ovideoo, Du.InilA CoutOs, outistablo stationudat al osri gong, was sworn actIor'dingly, iod statod that whlldoon duty thure. o hohoud plainotlfT nlld dlo folnliat ?xolhnhlin high words witlh roforonooc to theowifeo , th flio~norsu, Plaitliff calleld do fouhdat a so dctuidol, and nsaid lu had dono solso dirty tricksl in his timo. Dufohdautl lhoi strOthod out lhis oluonhed list.Lill it was alhoust in cootnota with lainltiths ?ar, n?? t?tdl hito llthat if Ilo il' tlhalt nanlin, ho woult knoo...

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