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ROSEHILL RACES. THE BOUNCE WINS HANDICAP. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

- HOSEHiU- fiACES. BOUMCE W1NS HANDICAP. &VDNEY, Saturday. A race meeting was held at Rosc liiil to-day. Tlic weather tos hot, arid notwithstanding the counter at- 1 (taction .at 'the Kensington pony! cbivsc. there was a large attendance. Results:— iftyiKG -HANDICAP. 6 furlong*. . Bimcttr, 8.5 ( Bracken) ? ? ] Sydiicy Damsel. 8.7 ( Wood 1 .. .. _ \Vauken -Srl 7-8 (Ore!) ) ...... 3 jOtlicr starters: Dame Acre -j.S, Bri icis '-j-S. Kcnnayuhair o.O. Cerise Coi iirs Siio. Sheila Pat iS.o, Sheila K. 8.0, Merv Trent 7.1. Jvaipai ?'?.Dill, 'Tiberius 0.9. Glittcriug Gold 6.7. m~ . i ~ -Steely 6.7, Cavot -6.7. |fe; ... ' 'Selling: g to 4 Sydney Damsel, 5 jfc-j':. to i Sheila K. and AVaukcu Girl, 7 to fl|ifa r&nscis, 10 to so to 1 others. Ilte l' - Vhott by ' a lellgLh, with a ncck be ??????. -tween sccond aud, third. Time, i.u. ?_ -Blvidcnds : Firsi, £5 n/0; sccoiid. W$^l. 9/, Ahird, Ti/O E'.'i . :GRAN VI L3LK- STAKES. 1 inik\ »;-; Fleurant, 7.8 (Lillvmati) ? ? 1 ^ 4V-ril6\v ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

mmmm . 1 I ? ?' 'A ' Ayh-i';\\tt suspended for ? '' nt, Gfiirtfleld, will in all 1 ^^^^^y.'VcEump riding at Sandown . ??? t^jjl-rood taaro Vibratory, and lie -col*. ' t«Al by Comedy King, died re cently When the Sliipley Stud wav v&iftamMi; Mr. A^'atifflriaiic purchased Jt who \v#s hy'Fositaao (imp.) ^ from'Vibiflto, lor 360 gn,s. &.?-? Vwnt,' II.. J.\ Evans have Mild ow it1- Kccouiit of Mr,' A. G. White of 'Boll-' «?«.? trecs^'Seono. the '3-ye.*u-old filly Sliteli. ' lug, })y Bronr.ino -(imp.) from Braiding, ? tjiepwchaticr hejng Mr. )-? Carmody, ill '? HMwiii: Stitching left tiyduey for HOlj&rl liy ? the Steamer Wei-tralia on ^ batiflNhi?:.- .JoJm M.-£ilttEluuv the jockey tvlio was b^yjnjurcdfit lUelnnond (Melbourne) nn'Mdndav laM, died in St. Vincent 't- ? Hospital' -m Friday afternoon. II o was ' ? ..-? l'lttiug liuphrosn iu the first division at ? tift-^Abbotstord , Handicap, when that liflfeHMI:-; T?rilhfleld, ridden by J. FiCln'mg, tell over Euphrosn. ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

'PHB Cost of Three ' Lisa* in ThU Paper is 1/; over 3 line* fid, p»r ane is charged. ANTED, a Smart Lad for garden. — Apply B. Nixon, North Vagga. VlfANTKD, a Girl for Housework; no laundry. — Apply Miss Millenet, 'Wcsthoc,' Kincaid-street. VITANTED, Competent Downstairs Waitress; good wages'. — Apply at once, L. J. Oooucy, Hotel, Ganmain. YVANTED, Good Coachpainter. — Ap- ply W. Clark, junr., wheelwright, Ivarandera.. \\7 ANTED, an Undef-nonspmaid; wages 35/ ' per week. — Apply Ma tron, Wagga District Hospital. VyAXTED to Buy or Bent, n Pile driving Plant complete; also Man to drive horses, must have references; also, wanted, Ha'bdy Man- among tim ber; award wages. — D. Livingatone, con tractor, Wolsoley Park, Tumbarumba. TSUSIXESS for Sale.— Barber's Shop % and 2 full-size Billiard Tables. — Ap- ply A. 'Winter, Marrar. QHAUTAUQTJA. ^ . ? j pOlt Fruit, Tonjaloes, Cues, and Vege J tables. — Bruce Wallace, phone 427, wholesale fruiterer; trade supplied. pOB Sale, 1 Portage Engine, 8-...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MATCHES. M'CLOY'S BIG SCORE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

[?] M'CLOl \S J5IC feCOBU 1 '? ?'.' . . -''4-TD$Kr, Satnrdar. -? it :-t lie- t'jglitii roUuu.YOl. tbc -fil-lit--gr«(l(ij «neliet t'Onipeiilioii^eoiimicjLced yeiteV-l Jar. with tlic '.fj/Uoyiiiig jpevlt^ir-^Sotth Svdne»- 17u V, 3|jjldlp: jlarlio j- tj for TS3;'- Xillebc itlS -( W'.- JJiirdsldr-ijTSV' v. ' Wavei-i lev ; to!' C^; iiu)tnams^l7'v IMtoi'slmm] wuv1 ;«i «.esioru oubuibs tuii v. twr-' -lpn foi jiS l,iiu5i^h SS yB6elrf 4.fc) r.'-feyOnev 0 for-.Sb: l'addiugtlju Ks' i*-! 0 0 (lltndn J1-) AVClo^ Jiot out' £i-0 j v. Ceulf.-il Cuniitorload. ? ? - 11 4 - s

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C.Y.M.S. MR. NAIL'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

? C.Y.M.S. NAIL'S TEAM, j This was a practice match, played 011 the Crickct ? Ground. .Scores:— . MR. kAiL'iS TEAM. * I Lonsdale,' c . M'Omddtn, b Cody, 5 Arthur. ^Hudson, b Cody,*.' .. 25 lii'.cli. run out.V, ? ? 0 l''orbes. b Cody ? 1 I'rini. iji M'Criiddcii ? ? 12 Glazier. I.. It M'Criidden ? o Nail, iiot out V. .. . .. .. ? ? 30. I'arii-. run out ? ? 46! Hamilton, - l.i tjia^ier .. -., .. .. - J .Harris.- b .liitzgerald ?? .. ???? .. 2, 1 1 ill. c ,iiid 1- Fitzgerald .. .. .. 'Oj Sundries ....... 7 Tota'h-. . .. .. .. .. ... .. 111 | IHIS . .J tj'azier. E.l li Inni .. ..- .. 'i.' .. til M'Cruddcn: c. 'l'orljes; b Birch . o] /Vitzjrerald, ?!- Birch . . . ... 54 1 Glazier, retired ... ?? .. .1' '30.] jStewaVt, c jlTini. b JJirch ..i : . b.j JTnilsoii. C- 'iiiil b .-Vrlliur .. . . 34 iJoilv. li Mirrii . . . -/f . . . .. cl | K-cfu, J.b'iv:.-!} .jiircli ' v.-iv bj '.i,'tt]/c?iV. .BIr«^,.'C . -? '7' ? UenitU. rl 43&SC b' s ?? ^ ^ -'Stin'd^iee./- ....'tjj Total ,.?.. .. '..w» ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

Cricket. Practice matches were played on Saturday as preliminaries to the com petition games which arc to_ com niciicc- next -^Saturday. Public Ser \'ic.c autl Newtown teams played their, tirst^iijcs of tlie season. . NEWTOWN v. WAGGA. This match was played at Bolton l.'ark, and resulted in a win for Ncw towii.- . Wagga were 1101 fnlly rcprc scnted. ' . ? Sebrct.:— NEA'TOW.V. A. Duh^tah, c KaJcigh, b Haynvaii o K; llatiiilton, :b3lajinan .. .i;., 27 ]-L liiircli; i.h.w,. b Jlalcigli .. .? 1 C. Hainilldit', c sub, b Hav-uiaii . . 16 O. I'orbes. rctired .. .. .. ?? .. -II A. Cj.' Meid, 'b Spokes .. 5 ?Sftdlcir ? 4' Pflriij, li UpkiRh ? « Fensoni. b 11 layman ? ? ?) Jacobs. :tiot out ? 2-. Irvine, b- Watt . . .. ? ? Stwdrics .. .. ? ? }9 . : Total - .;v- .. .. .. .. 161 WAGGA ^ ' . ' . u..u, uunsiaii, run ? ? ? ? .« G.-\y. llamiltoi;, b Keid ; if Dr-Lolisdale. b Reid ? ? . . . .. .. -is L. Haj^ihbh, c Paris, b k. llamil tou ; ? ? ? . . L. ? 2 Watts, b.Keid .. ? l A. 11. Raleigh. -? l'a...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BETTING. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

iA¥est 81IMOi¥, Saturday. ] xesteraay 'B raelpg not insect, tae positions of -fancied candidates for tlm Challenge . Stakes and An i versa ry Han dicap, market., Jlimeter sliortciied a trifle hut Sydueyt Damsel lost a few rrlc)ids- by.;TC0S0U of lier defeat, Tlie following js ^it order of cautl'i dates: — , Uliallcjigc 5stai^';Arics; l'aliii Leaf; SjTlupy^ameoJi^bitriiia, Briiseis, Bala rang; Bifei|iC -jiViUie Ploron, Slicll 8hoek: . ' Anaayer^y iHaiidicaji: Areli Marella,; Grej;; Bee^tMmfct iloy, Two Slues, T.ast-; eeurt ; K^ulfSi i^ret'L-efisbii^yaHbaldi.;

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL SUBURBAN HOLDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

ORIGINAL Sli£Ujp.BAi» ?U.OLDiKfiS... Land District of Tcntora and N*r rabuvra Shire. - Subarbaift ^Slolding Area Xo. io;r.-^Kiae-;'blocks; «a.irto Oa. or. i6p„ paridt ?.Grupdihindyal iem 8/ to ^/.-r^|ftn;;,Pcl)^jy ,,3. . :

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

PERSONAL j iir. Joseph' Johnstone, niituager'of'thn : Millaquin Sugnr. Pb Distilling Co., , Bund&bcrg, Queensland, who is trAvelling-from Melhournc to Sydney, broke his journey nt Wflggn. Ho is accompanied by his wife, and tliey sire the 'gnosis of . Mr. trt'Mw'D. OopUtwd, h£ .'HaiSdc.' ; j - .-Mr. jr. P. Siyrne, of Wagga, in in rc-. oelpt .of a message ndvisiiig Iiiin that Me; brother, Wont. 0#itj Byrne, is on his way to Australia , aboard tlie Ka Tfipla., ? Lient. Byrne was seriously wounded some iuqnth6 ago and has since liecn in.hospital . in England. A former message received, by Mr. J. P. Byrne, dated September 3, stated that Lieut. Byrtie was inaking ? sntisfactoiy pro gress. His many Wngga friends will be pleased to learn of his early return to 'Australia. Mrs. G. E. Dennett, of Wagga, has received a letter from her son, pjivatc Frank Dennett, wlm loft witl) the 19th Battalion in September last, in which he mentions that their troopship, the Bftkhnx, was one of the, ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS GROUP PURCHASES. AREA No. 4 (TARCUTTA). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

SOLDLEjltS GKOUP PUXiCHASES, ' A lit A Ko.'4(T.ARCBTTAf. Land district of Wagga and Kye amba Shire. Of the 36. bio clcs .origin aliy tiiw.wn open all lta^^a££$a itively -ailolleijr. cxccp.^ng JKgs;'#,', 1 1 and 12 (Parisli of-Oberne), and' K'o. 23 fl3aristi 'of T£tajura)v - 1 Miss Muriel --Owen, daughter ' of ,-Mte, Owou, (^uiiaj^i/ litis hcffli -aw-Jirdod a eHver. mCdal'ljy the 'Sydney:: -Jelle®s of Mn^e. The modal wHb. awardpd as a fcsillt of 'ifhe^^ecut^Gollcge^ilBBiiiiina- 'XiibnS, -all oVcr.-'lhor^tatoi,vlsaid 'fciWg trihute?'io the Sisters «if Stil^islajis' School, 'Uuudagsii.' of ^'hich ,-5uBtitulloii A peculiar^ siccidciit liapp^nfid oa WianesdaV,.-^ ,»-^J»r^ti'^ltiiig :fipn' ;dagiiiii; r^ie' he^ Jofr 'ihe- ,ear» efiigkl s.the1 toliei: if»)iji;''ihe«:illpf th»;'ashes: got ..in 'thc.iioldijiai^^tho' hpod ? ^dr..w«ra-f-ni^ba^D .'Ihrnnuk' &$? ;tho breeze. - O u -noticuig t ho.;#amefe; the ice ? aijpants tp ^wirk uadiiore hexiiood ,4 he epsl: ^VjOMj.-Wtis-' jjy ?? 'Ihe -...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOONGANA DISPUTE ENDED. MEN TO RESUME WORK. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

ENDED. ? MEN TO BESOMS WORK. T ???? ?: :MEnBOTinNiR: Sflturdav. ; ' It- is announced ^' tlio Un^on Steam- ? BhipCompwiythntin^sottlerncntofthc Loongana dispute '^B.^o'c.n'flireistea and the Vbs^pl ', 'on,',, unflpii'iitlic' ' . .

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WHY SHOULD I?" ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

'WHY SHOULD I?' j ADELAIDE, Saturday. Senator Pcarec, Minister for Defence, arrived this morning to pay bood-byc ] to his parents prior to his departure foT London. He will return this afternoon. Questioned whether there was any possibility of his abandoning his trip in view of criticism, he replied^ 'AVhy should I? My colleagues in. the Minis try have decided that I should go to England, and that is the end of it.' Cold water drinkers reecivpd a great shock at Bcepuatcr races on New Year's Day when they discovered that their favorite drink was being sold at 6d. per glass. -

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENATOR PEARCE'S TRIP. MEETING IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

SENATOR PEARCE'S. TRIP. MEETING IN MELBOTONE. ' ' — ? MEL&GtTRNE, Saturday. A public meeting convened hy Mr.' Morgan P. Kfoiinv, president Jof the South African Soldiers' Association, is 'to be held here on Monday nighit' to ex press indignation hghinst the doJ)p.rtaro to England of Senator Penree.' with'-iivc members .of .his. -family . and a Jprivtito secretary 3t is asserted that such a mcoting.-is not unprecedented, and it is thought -that the gathering will/' clear the- atmosphere.-' ... Mr: Kenny pointed outjtliat tliey wore not attacking Senator Pcarce personally, but were condemning- the action of the Cabinet in sending -liim to England. Tliey considered that there were better men in England, such as Generals Mon ash, White, and Gellibr'and, far* more competent than Senator Pearce to rii prrvisn Ui'inobilisation. Senator PeUrce. uau. done ? ' suoli wonnerful things' nerc during the war that he shonld remain in Australia and continue to -do thorn. They contended that ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENSORSHIP CONTROVERSY. DANGER OF PREMATURE REPORTS. AMERICAN JOURNALIST'S INDISCRETION. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

CENSORSHIP CONTROVERSY. DANGER OF PREMATURE ? '{ REPORTS. ,. ; AMERICAN JOURNALIST'S INDISCRETION. (United Service,)* PARIS, Saturday, The questions; ot ? publicity wun which the Supreme Council is wrest ling to-day arc admitted to be extra ordinary and difficult. The peoples who won the war naturally insist upon scrutinising the delegates who are making peace. Strong liidica- j t ions have broken out in Allied couu- j tries arid America at the suggested j impenetrable screen of secrecy. : Even responsible French newspapers j assert the majority 01 the .delegates j do not understand publicity, and : moreover are trying to save them- j selves the untoward cffects of the publication of ill-considered' remarks and exhibitions of ignorance. This is scarcely fair, because the council's earnest consideration is to prevent the publication of damaging indiscretions at moments when agree ments on vital matters are endanger ed by gusts of public opinion in in terested countries. Moreover, it ...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUESTION OF PUBLICITY. PRESS RESENTS CENSORSHIP. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

QUESTION OF PUBLICITY. PRESS RESENTS CENSORSHIP. . PA RIS,, Saturday.- iiesterday tlie ? Supreufe Count:.l considered further questions of., pro cedure and representation. The Serbian objection to the schcmie, has reached the point of a fprmal protest, and a threat to withdraw. , Owing to the dislocation of the . . arrangement whereby ..the Serbs, 'Croats and Slo venes .were forming ii new kingdom, each had a- representative: in Serbia's ... delegation. This, of course, is mere ly typical of numerous.-' manoeuvres proceeding, 111 which -the$real motives differ frpm the -apparent.' ; ? : The main discussion 'at -the moment concerns publicity. ? The Council's' adoption ? of the - French .proposal .'on Wednesday has .brought; a 1 clamor from /the '. 'wh'pltf^f^^ijs^'jpreSB-v yjf France, Britain, and /America.-.! In deed, it is no.-8jMr^t.illi^^ipS^i^ic|ii', delegation thcdifficultyoffindiiig'a/mef^ wSlch shall be made kribwiii,: ;.is:.,;:a.(3iriittttl:''. Shbuld repprtere;: press.v sny...

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRENCH COLONIES. AGITATION FOR DELEGATES. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

FRENCH COLONIES. AGITATION FOR DELE-GATES. PARIS, Saturday. .I'aris newspapers are protesting against the non-representation at the Peace Conference of the French colo nics, whose war sacrifices, they main tain, equally, entitle them 10 repre sentation as any pf, ; the , smaller States.

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPLEXITY OF SUBJECTS. MOMENTOUS QUESTIONS AT ISSUE. ETHNICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL PROBLEMS. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

COMPLEXITY OF SUBJECTS. MOMENTOUS QUESTIONS AT ISSUE. ETHNICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL PROBLEMS. (United Scrvicc.) PARIS, Saturday. I The atmosphere- of tho confcrencc , is conspicuously one of general friend ship. , The debates have been already marked by blunt, almost brutal frank' ncBS, but the great leaders arc all prac ticnl men, meeting every .day. new evi dence of the wonderful complexity of . humanity and recognising ' that every one cannot be satisfied.; Thus each dele, gation is a. lighting outfit organised for . lie utmost, advocacy of its views, but j none perhaps more strikingly so thin ! the Amorican. j JJtiLiXiATlON 'S PUBLICITY. It . fills throe hotels, includes many professors, scientific experts, and leaders' of industry. Its eomtaitttcs work in tensively, spreading views, preparing briefs, holding open the door for all who wish to learn the Wilsonian poli cies. An amazing section is the Ameri can propaganda. 'Whole corps of propa gandists are working under n skilled! com...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA. AMERICAN OPPOSITION REPORTED. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA. AMERICAN OPPOSITION - KEPO&TED. ? (Reuter.) ? .. '' ' ?? ' PARIS, Saturday. Among ' well-iniformcd. American circles here it is flrmly believed ; that President /Wilson -is ' pcMoftaily oppoeeil to further .intervcntioii in Bttssia. ?

Publication Title: Daily Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPPORT FOR DOMINIONS. LLOYD GEORGE'S PERTINENT REPLY. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 20 January 1919

SUPPORT FOB DOMINIONS. LLOYT) GEORGE'S PERTINENT REPLY. (United Service.) LONDON, Saturday. ! Tolegraphing from Paris on Tuesday the United Scrvicc correspondent states that during the .discussion on the Do minions' representation, President Wil son asked what interost Australia had in the re settlement of Belgium. Mr. Lloyd George answered that Australia went to war for Belgium and now she wanted to see it through. Mr. Lloyd George. at one stags replied to President Wilson that tho great Powers had won the war, and the Dominions' losses and efforts were freely quoted. Friinee, after apparent indifference on the question, bccamo a stundy champion of tho Dominions'' rights. It would nppoar that M. Clemenceau: first under stood ihc claim as two delegates for all the' Dominions and when lie learned it was for two each ho did iiot waver in his support. '- Italy - is friendly 'but not eager,' and Japan, which entered the conference yesterday, readily assented.

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RELEASED INTERNEES. MEETING OF PROTEST. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Advertiser — 21 January 1919

fiELEft^ED INTERNEES; ? $fi-N£r, Uqinflbyj - A meeting at the Town Hall this al ieruobn vigorously protested against the release of -German internees. . Alderman Ogilvy, of Manly, declared that r.uy Government that would pander to Ger inans should bo east out and others put. ?in their places. Tlieso 'Gcrmaus iiad blEen. interned because they- were dan gcrons, and tlicy wero now going to be- , released, to. coinpetc in,' the labor mar ket agiiiust those of our boys --.Tho had fought at tlie front. - . AldermSm Bcid^ of Manly, remarked: 'I hope' to .God those' who will liny Gerinaii goods in the future will bo joispued.by. those goods. The Goycrii: ment should .confiscate the property *-f GoTinaua and Just allow thein unpngh 4o rotnru home with'.

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