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CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

CATTLE 710 Cattle yarded to-day. The bulk of the supply was composed of very middling and inferior quality, and a very small attendance being present market was extremely dull and lower. Best pens of prime heavy bullocks sold to £5 13s. QUOTATIONS : Best pens of prime bullocks £5 to £5 10s j Prime pens of cows £3 to £3 108 Good pens of bullocks £4 to £4 10s f Good pens of cows £2 10s to £2 15s Medium pens of bullocks £3 to £3 10s ' Medium pens of cows £2 to £2 5s Inferior pens of bullocks £2 to £2 10s | Inferior pens of cows from £1 10a SOB, DESCRIPTION. OWNKRS. AVERAGE. REMARKS £ i. d. 2 bullocks .. Mrs. Schofield ... 5 5 0 ...rail, Breeza 2 steers ... Mrs. Schofield ... . 4 17 0 ...rail, Breeza 10 bullocks... T. J. B. Turnbull ... 4 15 0 ...by rail 1 bullock ...J. Ball ... 4 14 0 ...rail, Ravensworfch 2 bullocks.. J. T. Oroaker ... 4 12 0 ...rail, Breeza 10 bullocks... Western Agents ... 4 1 0 ...rail, Orange 50 bullocks... Northern Agents ... 3 18 11 ... — 11 bullocks... Exors. G...

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The Town Terror. HER WELCOME DEMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

The Town Terror. HER WELCOME DEMISE. Bega is happy ! The terror of the town is dead ! She that has held the townspeople spellbound by the wicked audacity of her depredations has ?' shuffled off this mortal coil.' She has long turned an adamant heart and a deaf ear to good advice and moral suasion. Many poor victims who have been suspected of petty thefts can now hold their head up again, because everything has been found in the paunch of this extra ordinary member of the bovine species. Even the local paper gives the dead one a fitting opprobrium. The follow ing obituary notice appeared in the ' Bega Gazette ' :— ' A predatory cow, known as c Haigh's,' was bought out of the pound on Thursday and killed. When she was opened, about half a bucket of sundries was found in her paunch. A sample of contents brought to this office for inspection included naiJs, pins, hair-pins, tea-chest lead, broken glass, and 0. W. Hinde tinformed us that, in addition to these substances, a five feet leng...

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Agents' Reports: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Agents' Reports : £itts Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold 2 bullocks Mrs. Schofield, rail Breeza, aver aging £5 5s 2 steers same owner, averaging £4 17s 2 calves same owner, averaging £1 7s 2 bullocks T. J. Croaker, Clifton, rail Breeza averaging £4 1 2s 24 cows same owner, to £3 Is, averaging £2 15s Id 11 bullocks Exors. G. B- Finlay, Thornth waite, rail Scone, averaging £3 18s 17 bullocks H. Jackson, Putty, by road, to £3 18s, averaging £3 7s 8d 6 cows same owner, averaging £1 10d 3 bullocks T. McMahon, road Comberoy road, averaging £3 2s 3 bullocks E. Meadows, road Putty, averaging £2 10s Id 1 cow same owner, at £1 Is 30 bullocks J. Merrick. road Putty, to £2 14s, averaging £2 5s 2 cows VV. Harris, road Putty, averaging £1 18s 1 19 steers D. Quigley, road Putty, to £1 19s, averaging £1 17s 9d 4 cows same owner, averaging £1 10s 89 bullocks^ Northern Agents, rail Gunne dah, to £4 3s, averaging £3 12s 4d iVLaiden Bros, sold— 50 bullocks Northern Agents, to £4 6a, averaging £3 18s l...

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Travelling Stock Routes. (Continued from last issue ) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Travelling Stock Routes. By A. T. Bolton. (Oontiuued from last issue ) By means of legislation and judicious administration by practical men such a system might be consummated within a comparatively short time. Ihe modus operandi being that where large estates of purchased land abut upon the roads with crown lands at the rear, these estates should be set back and equivalents in area and value granted to the owners, the mere question of frontage counting for noth ing in such cases, and where abso lutely necessary lands might be ac quired for the formation of proper (not so-called) stock routes. I may here remark that my experience forces the conclusion upon me that a series of moderately large areas of camping and feeding grounds reserved ac convenient distances and suitable places connected by moderately wide passage ways (not ordinary narrow roads) would be pre ferable to the orthodox half-mile drift way, along which strong and weak stock alike go for a general scramble for what li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Government Meat Markets, Pyrmont. TOMPSON, MANNING and JEREMY Repokt The beef market has been supplied during the past week with numerous and regular consignments of superior quality, which met wifch a good demand, a matter of note being the resumption of operations by the Graziers' Meat Export Co., Ltd , at Nyngan, after a lengthened period of enforced idleness, through scarcity of fat stock in that district and the arrival of the first consignment of chilled beef from Bourke, the beef from each of these works, as well as that from Tenterfield, Aberdeen, Maitland and other places being of excellent quality. We sold consign ments on account of Tully and Co., Warraweena, Gardiner, Lowry, Bourke, Barnes, and the Aberdeen Chilling Co., Cuddell, Wilburn, Walker and Hague. WEYTEandMAGPHERSON, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, ST. GEORGE, AND CHARLEVILLE, QUEENSLAND /. MACK andjJO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, GOODOOGA. Herbert H. Dkown. H. W. Buck. Wm. Datvson HERB...

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Mr. Bruce in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Mr, Bruce in Queens land. In a leading article, the ' Queens land Grazier' says:— 'Mr. Bruce, the Chief Inspector of Stock in New South Wales, has given an interview upon the subject of the tick scourge. The remarks made will be read with interest by all stock owners in Queensland, and it is satis factory to note that Mr. Bruce does not belong to the noble army of pessi mists who hold the idea that the breeding and rearing of cattle in the northern coast districts of the colony must go. In passing it may be remarked that Mr. ' Charley ' Thom son, one of the best known cattle men of Central Queensland, also takes a hopeful view, and says — ' The tick is a scourge, and must be energetically combated, but that it will either make cattle raising unprofitable, or mar the future of Queensland as a meatexport ing country, I do not believe.' Mr. Bruce seems to think that the tick has come to stay, and asks : ' How are the stock in the inland clean dis tricts to be got to the markets or to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

HOTEL jYLETROItOLE S-TDSTZIV. Oppo.ita UNION OLUB and TRAMWAY TCRMIMU8, a?** TOO MINUTES fW»m ENTRANCE TO DOMAIN and ClltOUUUt QUAY.

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SECTION F. LINCOLNS. 1st Prize, £3; 2nd, £1 10s. ; 3rd, Hon. Certificate. Class I.—Rams over 2 years old [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

SECTION F. LINCOLNS. 1st Prize, £3; 2nd, £1 10s.; 3rd, Hon. Certificate. Class I. — Rams over 2 years old lat and Champion — A. E. Walter, Victoria 2nd — John Christie, Victoria 3rd— W. F. Buchanan, Narrabri Class II. — Rams under 2 years old. 1st Prize, £3 ; 2nd, £1 10s. : 1st— John Christie, Victoria ; 2nd— A.*E. Walter, Victoria I Class III. — Rams under I year. 1st Prize, £3 ; 2nd, £1 10a. ; 3rd, Hon. certif. 1st— A. E. Walter, Victoria 2nd — John Christie, Victoria 3rd — John Christie, Victoria Class IV. — Ewes over 2 years old. lat Prize, £2; 2nd, £1 3rd, Hon. certificate. 1st and Champion — John Christie, Victoria 2nd— A. E. Walter, Victoria 3rd — W. F. Buchanan, Narrabri Class V. — Ewes under 2 years old. 1st Prize, £2 ; 2nd, £1 ; 3rd, Hon. Certif. 1st— A. E. Walter, Victoria 2nd — John Christie, Victoria 3rd — John Christie, Victoria Class VI — Ewes under 1 year old 1st prize, £2 ; 2nd, £1 : 3rd, hon. certif. 1st— A. E. Walter, Victoria 2nd —John Christie, Victoria 3rd — Jo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

X, 28 CASTLEREACH STREET, ?Ns^ ▼By ^/S^SHEEP AND CATTLE SALES °onduo*d ^ X*^ wJrW + ^^. at H0MKBU8H »rery Monday and Thursday. te/%. -f AJ^S^PiG 8AL£S conducted »t Oily Yard. bv «4o^^ ^ J aT%^ tTBry TueBday, W«dme.d»y u-4 Iriday. **$/ *-$ \\r A \OALF SALES .very WtrtwicUy. e/p .fy- fyg^s. S^^# ^HORSES »t Oamp«rd*tr HENDERSON BROS., 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS SHEEP AJVJD CATTJLE ^AIESHEW VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED.; LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION. Account Sales^Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale. WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON. 'ijlXTENSIVE Paddock Accommodation, for the reception of Stock, both at Homebush Pj and Blacktown. An efficient staff always at Homebush to receive Stock the instant of its arrival any hour of day or night. All Stock inspected by ourselves personally before Sale, and drafted when deemed advisable, and sold by ourselves personal...

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Answers to Correspondents. [It is not always possible to answer communication, under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. (It is not always possible to answer communication, under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we arc able to do so.] At the last census, that was 1891, the population of England and Wales was 14,052,901 inalas, and 14,949,624 females. In 1S92 the population of Tasmania was 82,009 males, and 71,135 females. In New Zealand it was 345,146 males, and 305,287 temaies. V ictoria : b v / , / ou maies ana 559,549 females. New Soubh Wales : 643,378 males and 550,672 females. You will see that England and Wales have more females than males, while in the colonies the order is reversed. As a matter or affirmation, there are more females in the world than males. In old countries, and in some parts of the United States, females pre ponderate very greatly. The Junee crop yields are expected to be high this year. It is feared that the late heavy frosts at Coraki have injured the cane on the flat land. Dr. Grace, the G.O...

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Wilkinson and Lavender [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Wilkinson and Lavender v,.Oi - 121 wethers S. H. Gurner, Noon bah, rail Nevertire g 0 37 ewes same owner ,,[ g q 896 ewes same owner g/9 to 6 10 24 ewes same owner 5 o 395 ewes H. Osborne, Bangaroo rail Woodstock 7 jq 99 wethers Ryrie Bros., Coolring don, rail Cooma ... gjj 4 xbreds same owners ',, g 9 8 ewes same owners ]]] q 3 Weaver & Perry sold— 200 wethers, xbreds, Cox Bros., Raw -^^i d«n, rail Rylatone 9/2 to 9 II s. d. I 38 wethers, xbreds, H. A. Wright, Bickham, rail Murrurundi ... 12 0 ^V-24 wethers Steel Beveridge, Mul \ lah, rail Trangie ... 7 9 °V2 wethers same owner ... 6 5 ^T- wethers D. McGregor, Brighton, _ \ rail Boggabri ... 7 6 2 ' wethers same owner ... .. 7 1 197 v.Lefcners Trustees late A. Bell, ^Bundarraga, rail Scone ... 6 11 194 ewSog 8ame owners ? 6 0 261 wethers W. Nicholl, rail Qui rijyju ? g 6 Warden Harry Graves & Son I sold— 447 wethers R. Humphries, jun., Mf antmore, rail Nevertire .1. 8 0 V s. d. 27 wethers same owner .-? 7 0 450 weth...

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Travelling Stock Routes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Travelling Stock Routes. This subject is on top now. Here's a letter that appeared in the ' Sydney Morning Herald ' last Saturday : — [copy.] to the editor. Sir, — Having just travelled through from the Queensland border at Brenda to Dubbo in charge of 200 head of fat cattle, I would feel thankful if you would allow me a small space in your valuable journal to relate my expe rience of the route throughout. After crossing the border at Brenda we had to travel via Goodooga on to the Narren at Wilby Wilby, a distance of 45 miles, absolutely without grass of any kind. This we accomplished in four days. From the Narren to Walgett we got a fair supply of grass. From Walgett to the Wingadee run, a distance of about 35 miles, my cattle never tasted food. We were three days on this stage. The route passes through the Wingadee run to near Coonamble, a distance of about 35 miles, On this run we got abundance of grass, as usual. From Coonamble to Dubbo, a distance of something over 100 miles, t...

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LAMBS. Wilkinson and Lavender sold [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

I L, A.M RS. Wilkinson and Lavender sold— 40 xbred lambs Ryrie Bros., Cool ringdon, rail Cooma ... 6 8 53 xbred lambs same owners 5/11 to 6 0 Weaver & Perry sold— 5 lambs D. M'Gregor, Brighton, rail Boggabri ... ? 8 2 7 lambs same owner ? 7 0 JPitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold 11 lambs H. 0. White and Cobb, Bando, rail Gunnedah ... 9 1 73 lambs H. Horton, Boomey, rail Warne ??? 6 6 200 lambs H. Carr, Funny Hill, rail Goulburn 5/11 to 6 0 113 lambs P. Boreham, Rotherwood, rail Tarago 5/- to 5 3 16 lambs same owner ... 4 10 4 lambs F. W. Reynolds, Emu Flat, rail Binalong .. 8 0 J. C. Young and Co. sold— 5 lambs R. F. Sigg?, Woodhouse lee, rail Goulburn ... 8 11 20 lambs A. Henderson, Budjong, rail Tarago ... 7 5 124 lambs J. J. Giniy, Canowindra, rail Woodstock 6/6 to 6 9 82 hoggeta Southern Agents, by rail 6 5 33 iambs same owners ... 5 8 5 lambs J. C. Hood, rail Newbridge 6 7 15 lambs same owner ... 5 3 1 lamb J. McGowan, by rail ... 7 11 Hill, Clark and do. sold— 49 x...

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Queensland Ticks. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Queensland Ticks. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — It has been frequently urged, by those who had very little or no knowledge of what they were talking about, that your paper has made too much fuss over the tick matter. The Trophy for the Champion Ram at the Sheepbreeders' Association Show, July, 1896. Presented by Messrs. Geo. Mackenzie and Co. Importers of Station Siqiplics, Martin Place, Sydney. following is an extract from a Queens land correspondent, dated June 18th, and received to-day : — ' Nothing is talked of here but the ticks. This is the greatest scare we have ever had, and I do not see how it can be stopped, as cattle are allowed to travel by getting a permit either from Bris bane or from an inspector. I do not think anyone can tell whether cattle are clean by simply looking at them. There may be a few ticks on a beast in a mob, and they would be quite enough to spread them over a run. Travellers may take them in their blankets ; and there are numbers of pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

MACINTOSH COATS. MACINTOSH COATS. MACINTOSH COATS. I have a Make of my own and the REASONS why MY COATS ARE BETTER THAN ANY OTHERS are Because I make every coat to proper measure. Because I make a different style of coat to any other maker. Because I sew every seam. Because I bind as well as sew every seam. Because I only make the best qualities. Because I only charge manufacturer's prices for a single coat. Because I guarantee every coat I make. Because I have never had a complaint from one single customer during five years as a maker. I ONLY ADDRESS : T. J. LLOYD, Burwood Road, Burwood. T. J. LLOYD respectfully informs Squatters, Graziers and others that he will attend all Stud Sheep Sales, also the Sheep ,Show, to take Orders. Gentlemen can be waited on at their Hotels or Clubs, by appointment. Reference to any Stock and Station Agent c r Buyers of Fat Stock at Flemington. Please note Address : T. J. LLOYD, Burwood Road, Burwood. MANUFACTORY IN SYDNEY. NEWNHAM COLLEGE, STRATHFIEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Shropshire ewes are in great demand at Buenos Ayres at present (says an American exchange). One local dealer has been getting £20 a head for all he could supply and could not keep up with the demand. WANTED by Young Lady position on ptation as governess ; English, French, drafting, paint ing, music and singing, plain and fancy needlework. Salary, £15 per annum Apply, Mrs. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 Miller-street, North Sydney ? WANTED by Lady engagement as Nursery Governess children under 12; English, music, drawing, needlework ; excellent needlewoman ; two years' references last station 8alary, £30 per annum. Apply, Mis. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 .Miller-street, North Sydney. ? mUTOll and BOOKKEEPER wanted by young JL gentleman position on station; usual subjects. Salary, £50. Highly recommended. Apply, Mra. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 Miller-street, North Sydnev. 1)OOK and STOREKEEPER, previous station ex I~J ...

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The Sheepbreeders' Show. A GRAND START. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

The Sheepbreeders' Show. A GRAND START. Yesterday (Thursday) was the judg ing day at the Sheepbreeders' Show, at the Royal Agricultural Society's Grounds, Moore Park. The number of sheep penned was very large and the quality was beyond question. The judges were as follow : — P. Sinclair, J. Fulton, Thos. Skene, Robert Clarke, D. F. Gibb, O. Litch field, H. C. Suttor, John A. Culley, Jas. Sloan, Augustus Bostock, R. A. D. Hood, and C. R. Bidwell. The stewards were Messrs. H. Cun ningham, F. T. Davies, H. R. Thomp son, H. Ayres, A. E. Middleton, J. Howell, A. Litchfield, A. Henson, C. Hope. At nine o'clock in the morning nearly all the judges and stewards were on hand, and judging began early. The Tasmanian sheep and all the New Zealanders that had arrived were in their pen for the judges, and therej^never was a finer lot of sheep exhibited on any ground in Australia. The grounds are exceedingly conveni ent by means of the steam trams, and although the conveniences of the pavillion ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Tjl J. and WIFE, advertising in this Journal fora Jj ? Married Couple's billet, beg respectfully to inform other enquirers that they hare closed with situation. JOSEPH FORD. Late Advertisements. WILKINSON and LAVENDER have for Private Sale, in lots to suit pur chasers, 2-TOOTII HAMS from the following first class flocks : — Wanganella Widgiewa Coonong Boonoke Coree Uardry Wanganiong Mungadel Jerilderie Illilliwa Havilah Steam Plains Glengallan . Quiamong And others. For particulars apply to WILKINSON and LAVENDER, 12 SPRING STREET, SYDNE1'. MEREDITH BROTHERS, Machine Drainers and Water Experts SWAMPS DRAINED, WATER LAID ON FROM ARTESIAN BORES, etc. Highest Testimonials from practical and well-known men. For full particulars apply, MEREDITH BROTHERS, QUIRINDI, N.S.W Advertise in the 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

PLEASEjEAD^E^WORDJFJ^ ONE OF THE GREATEST SUCCESSES OF KJBCEN' DATE, COMMERCIALLY, HAS BEEN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE PUT UP IN Mb. PACKETS, AND IN 5-lb. TINS, AND SOLD TO THE PUBLIC AT Is. 2PIB3Et- ZdXS f|P^~5^teE design of the Proprietors in bringing this Tea out was two \W/$B$^m fold, namely:— that the 'Mikildo' Bleild should bt '(/ ({fiSraBmj pre-eminently first as the best value in Tea in all Australia ; ?V^S^I I an(*' als0) tliat ii} S^1OU^ be sold everywhere in the Colony to Ef^ggggg|[i the public at Is. per lb., Cash. Tea, in these Colonies, is an indispensable institution ; there is far more i it used in this country per head of the population than in any other country ?--i the globe ; it is, indeed, an absolute necessity in this climate to a healthful condition of the system. Tea is valuable for its Refreshing and Invigorating properties ; it engenders activity of thought, drives away leepiness, stimulates to greater muscular exertion, and, while it produces !;uoyancy and ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Maud : ' Did you hear Tom when be stubbed his toe ? Such awful swearing.' Ethel : ' How can you say that 1 I I thought him quite an expert.' v - ? _ ? . ,- TT7 ANTED, by well-known TEA I \l MERCHANTS, LOCAL AGENTS for }\ Country Districts. ?%- EXCELLENT TERMS. ? \y Apply i with references, ?' CALCUTTA,' c/o '? Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' AROLD HUNT, B.A. (Sydney) lf' University, Scholar and Gold-medallist, and late Tutor of St. Andrew's College, being desirous, for health's sake, to leave the Sydney climate desires employment next year as Tutor on a Station West of the Mountains. Address — SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL, £ Ryde, near Sydney. A GRICULTURAL NATIONAL . J_A_ andlNDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION of QUEENS LAND. TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION. f BRISBANE, AUGUST 11th to 14th, 1896. Prize Schedule and Entry Forms on application to — HENRY C. W00P f, Secretary. ':

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