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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. Mat 23. Barabler, gch., 90, Cairns, from Sydney. G. TuUy«n-l Co., agents. - BUY 25. Ceres, sch., 91, Brown, from Port Fairy via Sydney. A. Hogg, agent. Sarah anil Mary, »ch., 175fcfrom Sydney. G. Tully and Co., agents. ? '? — DEPARTURES. Hydra, shin, 585, Rich, with coal for Melbourne. C. F. Stokes nmi Co., agents. \ Ocean, French ship, 657, Rofuries, with coal for Manila. 0. F. Stoket nud Co., agonts. Star of the South (a.). ICO, liendoll, with coal and cattle for New Zealand. C. F. Stokes and Co., agonts. ?Duko of Edinburgh, bq., 470, Mathews, with coal for 'Wellington. C. F. Stokes and Co., agenti. Isabella, briff, 250, Muckorsy, with coal for Welling ton. . 0. Robertson, agent. V Southern \Cross, sch., 158, with coal for Melbourne. A. Hogg, agent. Nightingale, bq., 420. MThaden, with coal for Mel bourne. G. Tully.and'Co., agents. Prince Patrick, sbh ,--S286, with coal for the Islands. G. Tullyand Co.. agents.' ' . Maria, brig, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

HUNTE.R 1UVER NEW STEAM ^.NAVIGATION OOMPANT. /v — — Th« JIO/tPETH, C»ptai/ Bunn,- MONDAY »nd ? THUURDAff Mornings. Tk« CITY OF NEVreXCTLE, Captain Suhuxkbklt., ? TUESDAY uiul FRIDAY Evenings. GEORGE TULLY & CO., Agents. Hunter BiygrlJew Steam Navigation Co. ^yilBTUUN TlCtfE^S. FROM TUl/^DATE, RETUKN TICKETS will U6 issued, available for ont vrtek, to passenger* by miy of tlio IT.R.N.S.N. Company'* first-class steamers, at Hie following rates :— SaUou ......-,.-- 25i. Stoorago ? 15s. GEORGE TULLY A CO. Hewoutlc, Fob. 10, 1803. 415 Notice to Shippers to and from the Hunter AND MELBOURNE. ANY Goods Smwfjed- l-y tlii* Company's Steamships, to jfi forwarded toHwlbourue, will bu delivered to the / f^r . YO U YA NUS o it DA MiENONV 3TKAM. Mill's/ at the ndjninincr Wharf, wivfimit any charge for re moval, .Miil goods from Melbourne) will lid received in liko auumer.' i\ J. THOMAS, Manager. Odious— Foot of Mnrkrt-sirtat, ? 30th March, 18lli». 798 PUBLIC NOTICE. S T Ji A M. T 0 W A G...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

SYDNEY MARKETS. The following are tho latest quotations in the vegn tabla and produce- markets : — Potatoes, per cwt, 3s to 5s ; ouior.», per owt, 7s to 8s ; pumpkins, per dor., 3s to (5a ; straw, per cwt, 4s Cd ; grus hay, por owt, IU. ; lucerne hay, per owt, 4a ; oaten htf, (-s ; maise, per bushel, 2* 9d ; oats, per bushel, la fid ; barley, per bushel, 2» 6d ; bark, per cwt., Ss Cd to 4s.— E. Lowther quotes as follows : — Old mnizo, per bushel. Is lOd to 2s ; now maize, per bnshel^ 2s 8d ; bacon, per lb, (id to Id ; onions, per cwt., 7s to 8s ; store pigs, per lb., 2.Jd. to 3d; lmy,'Per*olli£3to£4; oaten, per ton, £31 0» to £4 5s.* ?

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPINa INTELLIGENCE. maitland. Markets. Tha Maitland cmntationR on Saturday Inst were as follows :— Flour, £22 to £24 a ton, iind'Su* lOOlbn (best quality) ; maize, from ls\l.0d to 2s por bushel ; hay (lucerne), from £2 6s to £2 10?per ton ; bay (oaten), from £2 5a to £» 10a ; butter, Hd to Is. pur II) ; eggs, Is to Is 3d per doz., retail ; fowls, from 2n to 2s Od per T'-ir, wholesale, and from 2s Gd to 'Jz, rotail; potatoes, £5 to £6 jicr ton, wholesale, and from 7s to 8s perowt., rotail. Bmadstuffs, &o. — The latest tiilegrams from Mel , bourne quote flour at £20 to £20 10.s., at which figure several lotJbavn been sold. ? A large quantity of oats had been quitted at 4s. per bushel.

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Thursday, May 21, 1868. Before H.Scott, Esq., P.M., and E. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Assault Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

Thursday, Mat 21, 1868. Befor* H.Scott, Ksq., P.M., and K. Parnell, Esq., J.P. Atiault Oaie. George Belford (a boy), in custody, was charged with unlawfully assaulting and beating 0110 James Hagan, on tha 17th iust. H« pleaded guilty to tho charge, und waa sentenced to be confined iu t\e lockup for tbrea day a. Obicent Languagi. Edmund Biidtroa, Ubourur, w:ia charged with using obscene language, in Huuter-atroat, on tho 20th inst. He waa convicted of the otfancu and sentenced to pay a Cue of 40s., or oue month in gaol. . JJrtach of the 2'oich'* Police Act. O. W. Taylor appeared, on summons, to answer the ?hargo of suffering a horse to stray in a publio place: Tho defendant pleaded juilt/, and waa fined tit. aud 2s. lid. costs.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1868. Before Helenus Scott, Esq., P.M. Gambling in the Streets. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. Tuibdat, Mat 19, ISfiS. Befor* Helenus Scott, Esq., P. M. Gambling in tht Sireeti. RUpbon Kichardson and Kobert Smith were brought before the court, in custody, charged with playing an unlawful game in a public place, in tho oity of Newcas tle. Constable Griffiths deposed : About five o'clock yes terday afternoon, cy attention waa culled to a mob of men ulavimr for money near the shed, on the Queen's wharf. There were two shillings lying on tho ground ; the prisoner Kichardaou was tossing one up. The other prisoner (Smith) when he saw me coming up picked the two shillings off the ground and put them into Ms pocket. I arrested both the prisoners nnd charged them with playing an unlawful game iu a public place. I had them confined in the lockup. On searching th* prisoner (Richardson) at the lockup, he pullod out a calico bag with some money in it. I asked Him if it w.ia all tho money ho had. He said 'It in.' I said **yo« have another shilli...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. DlSTITUTI ClTH.DKIX AMD I.NDL'HTKIAL SCHOOLS. — A circular, with tbli bending, and dkted Kuat M.iUmid, Mar L'Utli. lias been bau-lcd to Ms for iuapection. Wo gHthei- from the ciroular, (hat a conference ia about to ba held at Kut Jtaitlaud, fur tho purpoae of tnkiua; into conaidcralioii the meaiii to be. adoptad'to prevent dea tiiutc mid neglectad childrsn from becoming purb (if tho ' peruliing anil Kaugeious classi-s. ' aim tliu practicability of estubliaTiiac an industrial achool in thu itfiiitlaud dis trict. Th* following are the suggestiona, which wi.l ba auhmitted t* the conference : — ' 1. Tlrnt childran who ham loHt a father or mother, and who limit ba auppartod by (.tovornment, by a municipality, or by sonio charit able asiociutiou, bo rvceirud into this pnjposud indus trial acliuul ; ulao boya approhondad by tho polic* for crimes conanittcd in thoiightlcsanr.is and not nirolving morul turpitude. '2.— The children of rcspactable people, upon paying tho fuo ftici...

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SECOND DAY (TUESDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

SICOND DAY (TUESDAY.) Owing to th* inclemency of the weather, th* tttendance to-day was very small as compared *ith that of tho previous day, there being only 'out two hundred and fifty persons present. Thtracing upon tho wholo was good, and th* . Mktiuff was pr«tty brisk. A considerable amount w money, principally in small sums; muit hay* ; clunged hands. No accidents occurred, and K. wore was an untire absence of iuobriation on th» wurae, We subjoin a detailed account of tho wcing:- . ?? ? - IlMi RiCE. -Tli* Publicau's Pur^e of J* sora., witk a nreepstako of 3 nova, each addad ; aacond hona « rccairo ( liOTn. out of th* pria* ; all horses to ba handicapped bj tho atowards or whom thay may appoint j diatanco, one mile and a half. ? '*. A, Bowman's v. m. Maritana, B yrs., 8 st... 1 A. Iwdor'E br. h. Pitaford, 5 yra., 8at. 12 lba. S ? Uarvoj's ch. in. Maid of Hintou, 5 yra., 0 st, 12 lba ? 8 boorge Young's n's. eJi. m. Princaas, 4 yr;, . _ -7 st. 7 lbs. LorawaU's b. g. Littlo Bobbin,...

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ANNIVERSARY OF THE YOUNG MEN'S FRIEND LODGE OF DRUIDS WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

ANNIVERSARY OF THE YOUNG MEN'S FRIEND LODGE OF DRUIDS WALLSEHD. Tiie officers and brethren of th* ab*ve lodge celebrated thair foul tb anniversary by a supper and ball, lit Mis. Johnson's, the Traveler's Rest Hotel, Wallsend, on Monday erening. The supper-room waa very tastefully docorated with overgreeus and flags for the occasion. Shortly after seven o'clock, about thirty members sat down to an excellent rapjat provided by the hostess. The chair waa occupied by N. O. A. Donald McKay, who waa supported on his left by F. M. W. K. G. K. A. Wagdon. Orace having been said, the viands were dis cuaacd in good oainaat. It waa the intention of the brathren to bar* prcaented the founder of tho Order of Druids in this olonv (Mr. Wagdon) with a gold medal, in recognition of the valuable aerrices he has rendered to the cause of Druidiam in N*w South Wales, 'and os peoially in tlie Hunter Itiver Diatriot, where no lass tkau a doien lodgca have been established within the lust few years ; but ow...

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BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. On Sunday, special servicos in connection with tha above association wero held at Newcastle, \tallsond, Uinton, and at West Maitlaud. At Newcastle, tho Rot. Dr. Hobbs preached in the morning, and the Rev. R. Morton in tho evening. Thoro was a large attendance at each diet of worsnip. At wallsonil, too Ker. Jk. Morton officiated in the morning, and Dr. Hobbs in tho evening — the church being well filled on both occasions. Tho servicos at Hinton wero con ducted, in the forenoon, by the Rev. A. W. Webb, and in the evening, by tho Rev. P. Lane. At Wost Mnitland, tho Rev. P. Lano performed divine 'service in the morning. The Rov. Mr, Webb officiating in tho eveuing to an unusually largo congregation. On Monday, well-attend*d, open-air services wore held at Wallsend, near the Baptist Church. Mr. Morton and Mr. Wvbb preached in the forenoon, in English, and Mr. Jones in Wehh. There was a fair attendance at both services, and the discourses were most ...

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"MORE HASTE, WORSE SPEED!" [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

'MORE HASTE, WORSE SPEED!' If ministerial visits to this part of the world resemble those of angels! in their proverbial paucity and rarity, they also possess a third attribute, whioh is by no means a virtue. We allude to their brevity. The high pressure rateuc which the lion, the Minister fur Works, flew over the face of the country on the oth and 9 tli of the present month, speaks more for his qualities of endurance as a traveller than his wish to do justice to the claims and wnnts of the people through whose midst he ' flushed one nioraeut and the uext was gou«.' Of little avail are these ministerial express-trips if their transitoiineas preclude all possibi lity of our petitious being fairly hoard or our wrongs righted. The whirl and hurry attun dunt on such '..rapid movement must efface much from tlieininisteriul remembrance that vre could wish impressed with u lasting im pression. N We are no advocates for dawdling over business, but tupre should be a medium in all thing*, eve...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

J4£WS OF THEJDAY.: The Hevald, of Saturday last, contained two leaden oa th« subject of Trades' Unions In the course of which it was suggested that the dispute between tho masters and tht men might 1)6 brought to a practical solution by callint in the aid of the Co-operative principle. Without ba finniug at first (says our contemporary) with any enter prise so formidable as the establishment of a co-opera* tivo shipyard, it would no quite within a practicable ar-. rwigement far tho shipwrights - to ofTor their labour t» build a ship, takiug only English wages, and depending f or the Volt on this profi1. to lie obtained by tho sula of the vessel when completed. This would furniuh a iestof the tionajldtt of the calculations on the basis of which profit is predicted, and it would probably help materially to beget that profit. We are afraid the workmen won't seo it. It transpired at a recant committee meeting of the Sydney Sailors' Homo, that the grand and evertob» romombeced picnio whi...

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MR. PARSES AND THE CABMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

MR. PAKKES AND THE CABMAN. Mr. Parkos has been setting a very good example, as appears from the following ca«e, ruported by the Herald to have been heard on Tuesday, iu the Metropolitan District Court, before Judge Macfarlund : — CUXXINGJIAM V. PATtKES. Plaintiff claimed £i for cab- hire. Defendant paid 13s. 6d. into court, find pleaded overcharge as to the rest. Plaiutiff alleged that he' wiw ?inployed by tho defendant on tho 22nd of January, from ten' minutes to nine o'clock in the forenoon. He drove the defendant and Sir George Bowen (the Governor of New Zea land) to Darliughurat gnol, and then to the General Post O nice. Defendant left th« cab at the 1'ost Office, and ordered the plaintiff to drive Sir George Boweu to Petty's Hotel, aud then to proceed to tho Colonial Secretary's OlKce. Plaintiff did so, and ho waited at the Colonial Secretary's Office until twelve o'clock, but did not see the defendant. Ho was told by the messenger that the defendant had gono on board the Auckl...

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NEWCASTLE MAY MEETING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

NEWCASTLE MAY MEETING RACES. Prosident-; Mr. Henry Rouse. Vicepresi dent : Mr. W. K. Loehbeml. Stewards r^AIr Solomon Cohen, Mr. K. H. Grierson, Mr M Lister, Mr. Tudor, and Mr. Milthorpo. Jud-'o '? - Mr. W. Winch. Starter : Mr. Matthew Lister Clerk of the course : Mr. J. U. Fox Last Monday was a rod-letter duy in tho calen- - uar of JSowcAstlo racing, for on it was inaugu rated under moat faveurnblo auspices, tho best race meeting, beyond comparison, tho district has ever seen. Indeed we question whether tlio whole Hunter Rivor district has ovor wiinessed a i more successful race meeting than that which »'? commenced on Monday, under the title of the ' Newcastle May Raco\At^eting.' Whether as regards the multitude of sjljetators presont, the qnality of thn racing, or tha nuVber of the on tries, tho meeting was OTerythn\j— nay more, than the most sanguine of its promoters could -v; possibly havo expected. Not only did the owner* of ..horses come from Singleton, Maitland, Mor peth, Sy...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WARTAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. FllOM OUR OWX C0UKESP0XDENT3. WAS A TAIL ' Monday last happened to bo tho first anniversary of tho opsuiu# and starting of the Waratuh Colliery Aooidunt Society; and although tho annual account* will not be mndo up until tho 1st of July noxfc, on account of dividing tho half-year's accounts equally betwouu December und Juno, yet wo hail the curiosity to inquires ns to how much money had buon paid in merely for the lake of providing agniuat accidents in tho colliery for the twelve month,, and wo found that the amount was £105 7s., and all this iu addition to gather ings made at tho office door almost evory pay-' day. for oxtrcme casos of distress.** The last ono, tnadobnSaturdiiy lust, amounted from £12 to £13, und if tin? whole of these, by subscriptions,' could bo accounted for, they would fully mike up as groat ii sum aa that paid into the Accident .So ciety. Most of tho minors heroai'o, besides 'sub- scribing to the former matters', membors oithor of the Oddfellows...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER, [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

OUR SYDNET LETTER. God save tho Queon .' 0/ course, you'll all ?ndcirae this loyal atntiniant ; it i* none th» worso for its ag«, but rather th» better. Yeitur dny, from millions of lips iu a hundred different quarters of this busy world of oura were thoa« or similar worda uttered. Ye«, ble»s h«r Ma jeity, if only for the simplo reason that the re currence of tha anniversary or lier^ birtnuaj u tha occasion fox a general holiday^ Leaving, therefore, on oue\*id-% all the virtues (and they are many) of thii'^aou woman, the fact of tha twenty-fourth of Majulwaya bringing round » day of rest or onjoymeul to if- many lmrdworkera and hardthinkera is sultieienf ruason in itself why the name of Victoria should at the present junc ture he a signal for our hearty benediction. Of all tho red-letter days in our calendar, none is so thoroughly enjoyable as this. The season of th« year is just the tiling for outdoor amusements. At Christmas tliu sun, in oTorvThehning kindness, scorchos ua up, tan...

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COURAGEOUS CONDUCT OF A SERVANT-GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

COITBAGEOTJS CONDUCT OF A SERVANT-GIRL. At the Northern' Circuit, held at Newcastle, ' on 2oth Feb. (as reported by the .London Daily '. JTewsJ, the following curious case was heard : — j Robert Adamson, aged twenty-five, and : Thomas Fiun'ey, aged twenty-seven, were . charged with feloniously and burglariously ] breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Sarah Mauglmn, in the parish of Haltwhistle, - with intent to steal, on tho night of the 24th of Oct. last. This case excited considerable interest owing to the uoui-.iguous conduct of a servant-girl of the prosecutrix. It appeared that Mrs. Mau ghau, a respectable, tidy-looking old womiih, about seveuty yours of age, occupied a farm house and a small farm at Parkside, near Halt whistle. The house is a lonely one, -it some distance from any other, and on tlie night in question the only inmates were the prosecutrix, her servant maid, and th« colly dog. About midnight, long after they had gone to bed, they were alarmed by the barkin...

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ABOMINABLE DIVORCE CASE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

ABOMINABLE DIVORCE CASE IN MELBOURNE. In Melbourne Divorce Court, on Thursday, last, the following case was heard before the full court : — The petitioner iu this case, Mr. William John Kernohau, sought for a divorce from his wife, Bertha Kernohan, to whom he was married in 18CG, and who left him in 1867, and afterwards lived with the co-respondent King and the co-respondent Meecham as their wife. Mr. Billing appeared in support of the petition, but there was no appearance of either the respondent or the co-respondents. William Cleverdon, a solicitor, said- that he was engaged last January by the petitioner to watch Sirs. Koniolmn. On the 7th January, ho met her in Fitzroy Gardens, the petitioner being also present. He asked why she hud left her husband, and she said it was on ac count of a man named King having continu ally threatened to do something to her unless she went with him. She said that for a time she had lived on Emerald Hill, and then went to Sydney and to Queensland, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

DO YOU SUFFER FROM PHYSl CAL INCAPACITY 1 Are jon suHirfcit trotn iiervou.idelniUy ? Have you bpen th'e guilty victim of ' . »ny secret vice I Do you suffer from a set of symptomi ' 5 liparly ikin , more or lesj, to the following :— A nrcllT 'x' fair ccimlitioil of health, nut yet positively IM, but a fueling -I upon you that you are not quite riA'htj a m.il.iia. . „ tat™ 'i ? dency to despondency ; a »liRht occasional Iou of, ''/ ' memory s «cmietuiif» a weakness across the small of'' me utii-iv uuu luiun , uu nutting u leeim;* as li unri'Iri'hhed ~'. K peuerul deprcfsion— a want of pluyk, as it were; leu'f desire for business than formerly, and you are troubled 't( with a certain leeiitiR oi'i,«rvousnc«s — a loss of power!,' If you are to Im warned in time, you have now the ?'? means and opportunity of lieiii^' restored to health. It U ' ' at tlii.t stajre ilut your disease, (-y a tir..ely application'' of remedies and regimen, can be eradicated, and yonr^ system invignrati'il, yo...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 27 May 1868

GENERAL NEWS. The Rev. J. J. 'Wcitwood ha» sailed for Lon don from Brisbane in the Queen of the Colonies. Daring the past two years fourteen publicans have died in Kockhampton. Thu local journal records thu fact, leaviug its readers to draw their own ccmulnaions. Tho Ptutund Times, noticing tho approaching smisun, says that on Mossrs. F. ami G. Dusailly'a runs, Mossgiol and Other stations, on tbo Luch lan Kiver, there will bo about 170j000 fleeces clipped. Air. Ramsilen, the paper manufacturer of Mel bourne, has eight tons of news in stock, but complains that his workmen aro agitating for such a ri.io of wages as to doprive him of his rea sonable profits. A mini named James Curran has bean arrested at Banana, Queensland, .by sergeant Haggerty, charged with committing a rape upon a child thirteen years of ago, named Sarah Ann Green hale, on Monday, tho 27th of last month. Tho pending action betiveon the Provincial Government of Wellington anil rho Panama Com pany, fur damages to tho ...

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