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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

■ iMrouNDimis. Tbk-mii-e Ciikijk.—On the 23rd September, 187f>, ,frotn Yarra Yarra, by Mr. .Tames M'l.nurin, sum due nt date of noticc. 8s J)d Chestnut mare. snip, silver tnano and tail, like T nc.tr shoulder, little white near hind foot, off hind leg white, saddle-marked, long pulled tail, aged, 11J hands ; b?y horse, white spcck off eye, like KAT off shoulder, collar-marked. long ' pulled tail, nged, 16 hands ; chestnut horse, blaze in face, under lip white, like No. f> over indescribable 'brand liko*-* near shoulder, white patch off shoulder, • collar and saddle marked, hind feet white, enlarge . mcnt off fore knee. long tail, aged, 1G hands. Also, on the 2.1th of September, from .Icrr.'i .Terra, by Mr. John Burns, sum dno nt date nf noticc, Cs (id :—Brown mare, atar, tan muzzle, like "\V?r near shoulder, like ft or scar off shoulder, draught breed, long tail, 3 yra, 16 hands ; skewbald horse, blaze in face, like KK near shoulder, bang taii, 3 years, lf>3 hands. Also, on...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

WOOL. WOOL. (1 WOOL.y-:!— GOLDSBHOU GIT'S .'WOOL WAIiE-' ' HOUSES,' MELBOUliNE. ' " 11. GOLDSBRODGH AND CO. ' T)T2G to announce fed the Wool Growers J and Merchants of' the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, antl New Zealand, Lliat their Warehouses arc now ready for the Reception and Salo of Wool during, the Season, and that they are prepared to make LIIiERAL CASH ADVANCES, , ON PAVOUIl AT1LT5 TBUMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for salo in this market, or Bhipmcnt to London. Sales by Public Auction will'-be held on each Monday ami Wednesday during the Sanson, and proceeds will be paid on the Tukkday following. They act as Selling Brokers only, and'con stituents may rely on their boat endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments with which they: may be favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the host advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on nn improved principle. The various Rooms aro con...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA, 'TIME TABLE ' j ,1 ■ - fOF TUB arkival: and despatch 0F;;.mails. AI1H1VAI.8. \

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

.WEEK L Y O'A'I EN D A11. • • Days oy"NVsiiK; Sun.-. Itlses Scla. Moon. > Rises Sets. 11. M. 11.M A. M. 11 Wednesday .. .. .. f> HI (i n 10 m 12 14 14 Thursday .. .. ... fi SO 0 u 1117 1 5 15 Friday ... .. ft M ft (i n 17 1 f.1 1(J Saturday • . .. fl' V7 (\ ■ 7 i »1 81 17 fi «l it * 2 25 3 7 lb Monday;' •.. 1 .. f. -W5 n 1 a »i 11 30 1U Tuesduy .. .. . .. 5 24 0. u 4 35 4 8 . MOUS'fl PHASB8.—OCTOUKJt. First Quarter- Friday, Stli, 2.10 a.m. .Full Moon—Friday, 15th, 0.10 a.111. Last Quarter—Friday, 22nd, 0.18 a.m. New Moon—Friday, 20th, 3.18 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

POSTAL REFORM COMMITTEE. A MEETING will be held THIS {Weil jCjL nesday) EVENING, at the PAS. TO It A I*. HOTEL, at 8 u'clock sharp. 7;vV; NOTICE. PERSONS, whether Station Overseers or i Drovers, aro' authorised to draw ORDERS upon me, unless holding a whitish ; AUTHOIUTY to do 80, . ! '.? ' • A. G. JONES. Wagga Wagga, i 28bh September, 1875. - ■ nno.c->: NOTICE;.: "VTTASHINGr will commencn atHILLSIDE , VV. oil tlio ] 8t.h OCTOBER. Shearing will 'commence on the 21st. ..... FRED. GIBSON MANNING, Hillside,-ICyamba. Octuber 7, 1S75. NOTICE. BUSINESS will bu carried on as usual, without any interruption, at the CASTLEMAINE BREWERY, Sydnoy, as the fire, was confined to the Malt Houses, and did'not in any way affect the Brewery. ' FITZGERALD & PRENDERGAST. NOTICE. ^VTO more Mares can be received for THE J^l LAIRD after this date, beyond those already agreed for. .: M. M'KENZIE & SONS, Strathinoro. October G, 1875; DISSOLUTION; OF PARTNERSHIP. r I l-H'E, Partnership- hit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

WANTED. WANTED, TEAMS, to draw'Timber-, from fclio Currawarna Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at the MillB. TTTANTED, TWO DKOVING SHEP \ V PERDS, with horses preferred. Apply A. G. JONES. : , i TTTANTED, a SMART BOY' for'ftlle \ V Cash Desk. Apply to IT. ROPER. WANTED, SHEPHERDS, to Travel Sheep to Queensland; long job. Apply, beforo 15th instant, to ME: JOHN LARGE, at llessrs. "Wilkinson, Haun, Minobin, and Co.'s, Wagga. ! TTTANTED, TEN GOOD NAVVIES ; IV la. per hour. Apply , COOPElt & BELL, Care ot Hebdcu and Sous, | Oogoldrje. SPECIAL NOTICES. : J . B 0 U 11 K E BEGS to inforai his friends and the public that tlio opening of liis house, the 1'er* minus Hotel, is unavoidably postponed, , Duo notice will be givon of tbo opening 111 a future issue. bin.t THANKS. Mlt. H. GOCJLSTONE returns {his sincere thanks to tlio public of Wagga Wagga for the very liberal patronage ac corded to bim during his stay in town, and regrets that a important business compels hitn to leave Wagga f...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

STOCK AND STATION HUPORTS. 4 k Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin-(Ocfc. 9) reportWoo).—52S bales offered, 207 sold. The principal portions of this/week'? catalogue was made up of the new season'.* wool, the bulk of which was in grease. There was a very good attendance of buyers, but tho competition was not so brisk as we could desire. Several lines had to bo passed, owing to vendors' reserves being over buy ers1 idea of values. Judging from wools sold and the offers for those lots which had to be passed, we consider prices are fully Id per lb below the opening hales of Jaat year. Although the wool this season appears to be a little better grown and in lighter condition than last season, they were nearly all more or less touched with seed or burr. The re sult of Thursday's sale was—For fleece, only 1 lot sold (Harry) at 17£d ; greasy, SM to - :10d ; scoured (only medium ami inferior offered) 10;]d to IC.Jd. Sheepskins.—On ac count of the increase in the supply of greasy wool prices...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: Australian Joint Stook Bank, jFitzinourice strcct, Commerciol Bank, Gunvooil-atroofc . . . PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: ilorgan O'Connor,'uoar Hospital Erasmus Wron, Ticliborne Buildings —. Fonsn'ortli, Criterion Hotel, Fitzmaurice etreet . ' ' William Largo, Gunvoocl-street . T. C.'Hillas, Australian Hoto). . SOLICITORS : Fitzliardingo and Sons, Exchange Buildings, Fitzmauriee-street J. K. Garland, Fitzmaurieo-strcot ARCHITECTS: . F. H. Nixon, Traill-strcet J. Gordon, Gunvood-strect G, Shoppcrd, Criterion Hotel Buildings .STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS: Wilkinson, Hamv MineUin, and Co., Fitz maurico-street - Oliver, Morley, and Tompson,. Fitzmaurice ; street ■■/■■■ i G. A. Elliot (I3., XI., and Co.), Fitzmaurice street ; ' ^ ■ Goo. Mair (E., B., and Co.,), Fifczinatiricc ■ . street . .. ' ■-1 A. T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co.), Fitzmauricc-strcet-. LAND AGENT: John Bentley,' Fitzmauriee-streot CHEMISTS : H. J. Williams, Fitzmaurico-...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

YASS. •Messrs. Jones and Rrnughton report:— .-.■•Fat Cattle.—None yarded on Saturday, and' ' few in our hands for private sale. Those offering are easily disposed of at quotations. Bullocks, £7 to .-£S ; cows, £5 10s to £G 15s., Store Cattle.—We'sold at our yards on' Saturday 20 bead on account Mr. M'Gwire. These cattle were iu very low condition. We have many inquiries for grown bullocks or good heifers. We quote—Bullocks, £5 to £5 10s ; cows, £3 to £4 15s. Fat Sheep. —None offering. Prime sheep would realise quotations—13s Gd to 15s. Store Sheep.— We have good lots of ewes under offer, but little doing under this head just now, owners desiring to have the wool first. We quote— Wedders, 9s (>d ; ewes, 13s to 13s Gd. Morses.—We have daily inquiries for good stock, for heavy harness horses particularly. Those offering are out of condition. Wo quote—Heavy horses, at from £18 to £30; " light stock, 10s up.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

GOULBURN. Messrs. F. S. Cohen and Co.'a report:— Fat Cattle.—The market for prime beef is • firm .at 20a to 23s per 100 lbs. We sold this week 27 bullocks for S. Emanuel, Esq., at £8 to £8 5s ; and by auction pen of cows 1 for-Mr.' Hill at £G Is. Quotation? : Best bullocks £8 to £9 : medium to good, £7 to £7 10a; cows, £5 10s to £G 10s. Store Cattle,—The continued dry weather has a very depressing cfTect uponstoro stock sales, and except for full-growu cattle in forward condition tho demand is very slack. Wc sold this week 13 bullocks at £C 10s ; 5 cows at £4 10s ; 3 do at £4 2s ; 0 do at £2 12s to £3 15s ; 1G mixed at £3 ; and G2 young cattlo at £2 12s Gd. Quotations: All bullocks, 100s to 110a; equal sexes, SOs 'to 05s; cows, GOs to 80s. Fat Sheep.— Market dull, with few inquiries. We sold a small flock of plain wethers at 10s ; and quote best 5G-lb wethers at lis Gd to 12s Gd ; lighter weights in pruportion, Store Sheep.— No business doing. Horses.—Wc sold this week in all 20 hea...

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DURIE'S ELEVEN. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

D U11 E.' S E1E V E IT V: . I ' I'lIlST-iKNIKflH. Chard, c Dargln, b Mackinuou Durie, bDargin Tompson, b Uowllatid • Mair, b "NVelman .. Gordon, c Mtxckinrion, b Dargiri . Boon, b Gowllaml .. , Bedford, b Welnmu .. .. Mackic, run out Ehvorthy, b Mackinnon .. .! ■ Tugwell, c AVillans, b Mnckinnou/ Phillips; not out .. Sundries .. .. . * ..

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

CRICKET. A scratch match between sides picked up by Gowlland and Durio was played on Saturday, resultiug in a victory i for the former by 12 runs in the first inuinj»8. Thp principal scorers were —for the former side, , Maekinnon with 40 and 23, not- outa, ,and 4 Dargiri with a good hitting innings of<37 5 lor the latter, Mair with 20, Tompson with 15, and Dtirio and Bedford with .13 eaeli. Following is the scoro:— '• GOVLLAND'S ELEVEN. riiun Inkisos. . Gowlland; bTompson / .. v 0 Jackson, b Tompson.. .. ..... 0 "Wolman/bTompson ... J. 0 Backhouse, b Tompson ... , .,13 Darciu, b Durio .. .. ... .. G Maekinnon, not out... .. .. 40 Willaus, c Durio. b Tompson .. J. 8 Mcares, b Tompson".. . .. : .. -0 Drake, bJ)urio < v. * .. 1 Anderson, b-Dnrio .. .. .. . .. 0 Thorno, bDurfe .. .. ... 0 Sundries :.. r 11 . .. ,. »'*.'! 87: 1 ' SECOND Inkikos. Gowlland, b Durlo .. : .. . v.G Jackson, run out ..." - .. .. 2 "NVclman, b Durio , .. • • ■ 1 Dackhouso,. b Durio .. . .....

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MANIFEST OF THE STEAMER VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

MANIFEST OF TJIK STEAMER VICTORIA. F. Roper—73 pockets, 30 baps sugar, 3 cases salmon, 1 case baking powder, 1 cuso oilstorcs, 1 ditto bitters, 1 ditto herrings, 1} bales apples, 3 boxes starch, 1 case chicory, 2 ditto salad oil, 1 ditto capers, -10 lialf chcsts tea, 5 cases wldsky, 1 ditto mustard, 25 hoses candles, 1 lmlf-ia.sk sherry, 2 cases vestas, qnantitv o! rock salt, 1 cask prunes, 2 do Frcnch boots, 40 bags .potatoes, 811 bars iron, 3S bundles do, 3 bars steel,'2 cases axes, 2 do hardware, 1 bundle maul rings, 1 do bullock bows, I do whips, I case glass, 1 ditto lamp glusscs, 1 weighing machine, 1 cask hardware, 1 bundle tin buckets, 1 package saws, 1 bundle brooms, 2 packages hinges, 2 cases hardwaru, .1 do inaizena, 2 crates demijohns,, 1 case tapioca, 20 boxes soap, 2 cases C. oil, 3 do lobsters. 5 do inaizena, 1 do Jigs, 1 bag peas, 1 case arrowroot, 2 bales palliasses, 1 crate crockery, 0 cases chairs, 1 cratc earthenware, 1 hogs head do, 1 tiercc do, 2G bags potatoes...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

ORIGIN'A h CORIIESPOXDWCV. THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OP AUSTRALASIA. (To the Editor of the Aih'b'tiser.) Sin,—A rumour lins gouo abroad in Wagga Wngga to the efTcct that persons taking out policies (in iho National Mutual Life Asso ciation) in New South Wales will not be on an equal footing with policy-holders in the sister colony of Victoria. Might I nsk the favour of your inserting in your next issue the following copy of a letter on the subject, received by me on Saturday last from J. M. Templeton, Esq., J.P., F.j.A., our Actuary and Secretory. . " JJtlicvo me, yonrs, &c., H. GLIDNNY, 1 , Travelling Agent. ;. ' |Coi»y\] Mfolbourno, Gth October, ]S75. H. Olcnuy, JSsq., Commercial Hotel, ' \Vagga Wagga. Dear Sir,—T|With reference to your inquiry, I have tho pleasure to inform you "that our policies being issued in Victoria, the funds arc liable, wherever tho insured may havo died." The assured residents in Vic toria havo not the slightest ^refereuce iu any way ov...

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MOAMA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

MOA.MA. (I'liOM OUil OWN COltUHSrONEENT.) I Matters generally for some timo prist liavo been, ard at present are, in a very flourish ing stato here. In placo of the old hum drum style of former days, activity aud hustle aro every where noticeable. The wool has been arriving in largo quantities, too much so, in fact, for quick despatch. The river has been continually ilooded for the last two mouths, consequently neither the punt nor pontoon have been approachable, thus compelling tho carriers to unload on this side, and wait for a steamer, which has caused great delay, as, with one or two ex ceptions, the boats are all away. Last Saturday I counted 112 loaded waggons at the custom house, wailing to bo relieved of tliuir burthens. JJesidcs tho incouvoniouoe to carriers ami wool-growers, tho general public also suller, Eehuca being the market for this side. Many say we will bo all 'right when tho bridgo is liuished. That little word "when," however, is what is the matter. No sign lias ...

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CUNGEGONG AND COOTAMUNDBY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

CUNGEGONG AND COOTAMUNDBY. |- • (FROM OUlt OWX CORRESPONDENT.) Wo havo had some spleudid showers, and it is still raiuing, much to the satisfaction of the squatters ami settlers, as giving promise of good grass, Shearing has commenced at -Merrybindinyah, and with some of the set tlors. One of tho latter iuforms me he has found a certain cure for a disease iu lambs, called tho " yollows," so named from their eating ft poisontmB plant o£ that colour. The remedy is, giving each one a teaspoonful i of turpeutiue. lie states he has already ! saved tho lives of a score or two, and never I fouud it fail. ' The dvovec who was arrested 011 the Merool travelling with, sheep, on tho charge I of stealing one, was tried iu Young, ac quitted, and discharged with a cautiou. A Mrs. Collier, of Cootatnundry, tried at I Yass on the charge of stealing from a dwell ing, was found guilty and sentenced to six mouths imprisonment in Yass gaol. I Sergeant McFce, who has been tho last ; six years stationed ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, OCT. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEAVS. [ASSOC/A TED PJtlSSS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Oct. 8. At a municipal banquet given at Liverpool, the Earl of Derby, Foreign Secretary, who was present, and re sponded to the toast of " Her Ma jesty's Ministers," deprecatod unwiso intermeddling' as much as excessive indifference 111 continental affairs. England's great interest was the maintenance of peace. The import ance of the Herzegovina insurrection had boon exaggerated, and the foreign autonomy would bo irapracticnblo on account of the difference of religion. Concerning China, ho said lio hoped the next mail would bring news of the difficulty having been peacoably settled. No decisive intelligence had yet been rcceivod, but ho was hopeful of a satisfactory settlement of the qnestiou, as the demands of Great Britain were both moderate and just, and ho intended adhering to thorn. Monoy is tightening, and there aro largo withdrawals of gold for Ger many. The .Bank of England roservo is weaker. Tho de...

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THE Wagga Wagga A[?]ertiser "This in true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

THIS " This in truo liberty, when freeboni men, Having to ndtiso the public, may speak free." illLTON. ■WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13,1875. | DouiiTi.Kss, it is a groat luxury for a community of people, especially a com munity which exists in an outlying district, to be represented by men of 6o-callod noto in Parliament, but whether, looking1 at tho mutter in a commercial point of viow, tho said luxury is a paying one, is rathor, lo our minds, a different question. We who resido in tho Mnrrumbidgee district, have to our cost, felt this most convincingly. For years wo were represented in tho august House of Assembly in name only ; and since tho nominal representation business was j put an oud to by tho ardent desire of Mr. Macucay to explore "fresh fields and pastures now" \vc have not fared much better. Wo say much better advisedty, for though it is not to bo denied that our present momber—(lie Hon. Wir,T,AM Fokster—has worked for , us to some extent, yet tho result.! achieved is to bo plac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

Positive Virtues.—'The most of the so* called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often cure disease, will seldom endanger life. Bristol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in tlie human system, where it is used, and thus it is that it ahvayB. eQects complete and lasting cures.—Advt. Hollow ay's Pills. — Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, are infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of the secretive organs and the circulation. But it is not therefore uecessary to send for a doctor. A course of Holloway'e great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both the body and tho mind with unwonted energy. Every animal iluid will be purified, every obstruction in tho evacua* tor...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

1TE31S OJF iVi'lI'S. Rkgarpikg tho . road memorialized for between Wagga and Broken Dam, Mri Brentnall, Inspector of Stock for tliis dis trict, has received the following letter from •Mr.Bruco, Chief Inspector of Stock :— Slit,—A memorial lias been received at this ofllcc for the opening of a road from "Wagga Wagga, to Broken Dam, by Kindra, 25 |miles ; Berry Jerry, 5 rollcsj' Calf Hole Fall, 10 miles ; thcucc to Samlcr • son's Broken Dam, in miles ; in ail J>5 miles. 2. Bo so good us to report as to the necessity for this new road, aud send a rough tracing showing its line and direction and the boundaries of the runs through which it passes, as well as the positions of the places mentioned. 3. You will also state the objections to the existing route by .Tunee, Combanning, Temora, and Alcrool to Broken Dam. Mr. Brentnall has, we bcliovo, answered in favour of opening the proposed road. We arc glad to say tlio run of dry weather which had prevailed here for some weeks broke up on ...

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