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TOWN ALLOTMENTS IN IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 May 1857

'':[ tOWN AttQTJrfENTS IN IPSWICH. Tbe subjoined le.tter regarding applications For tho eile.rf town 'allotniejits in, Ipswich has been handed to ui For publication ?— , ?. , '??;!.;. Snrreyor-GeheraVs Office, : . , . . : Sydney, May 4th. 1857. Sie»— In reference to your letter of the 16th ulto., respecting Hledemand that exists for the purcliase of Und at Ipswich, I beg to inform you tlmt until such tune »s tbo sire for. the Itailwav Tonninns. and the probable direction of. tho lino' ohalllmvc been decided ©n»i&llotment» at Ipswidi cannot Ite sold ; neither Ctnthe design of the town be extended. : A (?ani,hosvDrer, is now In progression which the B«il*«,y Surveyors are to show the 'levels which they h»v(«tmu «t Ipswich, witl- the view of cnnbling the IUulv»y Jpomtnuiuionors to decide on* Xermintis, ftc^and ;w1(enever that shall bnve been done, allot ment* .*iirbe;at,ot-cc measured mid put up for sale. ,,!.: , I have Uiehouonr to be, Sir, v.- ?,].,!' . STour obedient Servant...

Publication Title: North Australian, Ipswich And General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEA. COMMERCIAL ITEMS. PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 May 1857

MtS€ELLA'NEA. COMMERCIAL ITEMS. . . PRICES CUitBENT. , Boot* and shoes have been sold very low, and it would be bootless at present to eipeo't an advance. Boots cannot be gbt off at any Sacrifice, ' although small parcels are forced right and loft, into tho bands of- consumers. Nothing can be. affirmed of the price of slippers, which are always off and on. Ivies' patent calfs in good demand. ' ?Beer in very brisk, and goes off freely in the bottles before ihey are opened. Porter comes out very stout.; and die market generally for malt liquors in a healthy sta^e, alUiougli ale still looks a little pale; (especially AlUsop's.; Thbrc is still a strong bias in favour k* Byass'sv ialtlioilgii there is nb doubt that lament's jnrttr -.will \ carry .the day some' time of wt|ier. Ginger beer wid lemonade arc Itftepinff Hie niarket in » continual phiz, ' ; : , Butitdr.-i Double rose, slhce bjir last, lias rose double, *and: price Cork cohdhites to be' buoyant. Firsf-rato seconds still being f...

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DRAYTON. May 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 May 1857

131UYT0N. ! CFBOta A cbltnESrONBEST.] May,7tb.. Among iotlicr subjects how. engaging public at tention in tills neighbourhood, is that lof a lease. of purchasing stolen propcity, , preferred' against Mr. Frederick JI organ, innkoeper of Tuhtcrneld, New Rnglrtnd. 1 «eud you. the particulars -jof ?? «t, as.^ti was alluded -to -xn\ pitiant by one of 'your corres pnndentSt and:As it ivill also tend to illimtrutc the stranRcjndiincr in which jiistioe is iKuaBionally od ?uinistercd in the bnsh. - feavly in Jkrcli a f«tfccr was -sent, yflu,' «sp«rting the escape of. Williain McDougall 'from ,tlirii Dray ton watch-bouse,: and *f iis subsequently, securing the two horses he bud in the goverument paddock; and taking them away n-ith him. ;MjcDoug)ill, it appears; pvnpijefled iii the direction of tho New .linglalid flpld Kiftlds, and sailed among other, places *t Mr: .Morgan^ Tim; I'enterfieJd. , He1 offered one of tlio lioraes to Mr. Morgan for a given price, iiid be; .not qucRtioning or a nio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 May 1857

,Qb*^. Street, 'Brisbane, keae tee School ???'.' ''' of Arts. _?.-?.; :???../-, . -or-j ; VtTEN DANCE Jit IPSWICH, %t the Queen's 'jTt Anns', the FIRST TUESDAY in each month;. :?:?; ?.??-„? ?,...,q .-??? ? , ,:-.-;'V4.-;tp -? ';/.' ' '?. ? r ? ^^^^yg|| Anoffi!,«50^SHEBPr more «r less, 'iffl^W^ of the following ages and sows, ,jHJ1THBE,&YEA_l^Ll)- WETHERS. .1 J50jnorej)r.losB, . ? . - ; .runnjngon Darling Downs, and bred from the cele-f .Mpa'^ApjAyito'JED.WA.ftD 10RD.; -? '*?? ? - ?'? '?' ' *'*ibheep: ; fli^/pnaeMgned ^qulieUhUt ^EVKN -H€N- JL DRED YOUNG EWES, about three years old, in good condition foVrfhifeWeftfe Delivered at Southj -&S«bai6!»raear,Eftric5i'jiitnibn ailiar-eidcofiriver; - .; -?:'-. : »- m towns* i-;oi- , Sou'di Brisbane,Apr)l?J, ijBS(7. ^~ '',' , : riii-^iii1! ,-,--,'-i -'''i- ??»-. ????'? ' . . ??'?'? -??-?-? ??'.' ?- ? ? '?' :'.«=?... WAWtBD,ifSHEEP/-ON;TEBi|iS.: i''i-:; ? '? ' ^SifeS-,??^ s?^* few # fes' For further partieuiari ^»)jr; to G. H. W...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 May 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVALS. May 7.— Bonnie Doon, barque, 250 tons, Captain Sholl, from Sydney 18th April. May 7.— Sarah Ann, schooner, 125 tons, Captain Gould, from Sydney April 80. May 9.— Boomerang, steamer, 400 tons, Captain O'Reilly, from Sydney the Cth and Newcastle the 7th inst. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. Boureicault Miss Lord, Mr. Miller, Mr. Long, Mr. Voller.ili! Aeher, Mrs. Patcrson, and IC iu the steerage. * DEPARTURE. May 8.— Yarra Yarra, steamer, 500 tons. Captain Bell, for Sydney. Passengers— Rev. N. Turner, Lieut. Ferguson, Mr. Wrench, Mr. P. R. Roche, Mr. Abraham, Dr. Armstrong, Mr. Jai. Morton, Master Catton, (2) Misses Turner, and 8 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Bonuio Doon : 81 packages merchandise, Judge Milford; 162 do., Panton & Co. ; 200 bags flour, G. Raff & Co. ; 43 do. beans, Hocking* : 110 packages merchandise, Boyland; SO mats sugnr. Richardson & Co. , 1250 bags do., 10 hogsheads, N. Hartley ; 153 packages merchandise, W. Gray &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 May 1857

THE ASSIZES. ; . ?'. .. . ? ' ' - --?-;,.;-?- -n dgS^a. Tim Steamer, BREMEB, \fil\ lew SfrffliaBs. Ipstridi for Brisbane, on SUNDAY JfflHa^^ MOBNING next, at half-past Nine ^4 TH08. BOYLANP ft Vo. Debating Society and Elocation ClasB, 'MjfcflJ^KibiMM^ #ven, *h»t» f PBLIC'MEBTt aJK INGof the inhabitants of the Town is invited *o¥ THURSDAY EVENING, the 14th inttant, »t 7 ^t^flinto t»nrideratfon~the expediency of organising. aD^siiiifi^ha EltfcnWon^lMB. ?- t^Sh2th^layi1857. | , ??'..' ? v, %iUw,,».f ':,. ?? ? ? ', ? i * ,rtmMO srEETING of the iProehoiaero bf iV Imbwiolt AfillJjo,lieU ftt the TEMPORARY POLICE OWEI^!,inJS!IWSB4NE STREET on ,..;fl§^)AY,ni^t, i»t-4 #^--»k, ?.*».?*»? the pilose I, of nominating ? persons ,'io act ' «fl ?* Comniittfcc, in ' jco-pnwSioD witb the Police Magistrate, to direct' inlmmerintend The expenditure' # the funds voted by Parliament #91? ttio,Itemi|tiion and repair of the streets of the town. ? :R ;« - if GHABLES GEORGEGBAY, 9--c»J.r ?? ?; ?-! : : Police ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 12 May 1857

MARRIAGE On January 14th, at Frankport, George K. E. Fairholme, Esq., formerly of Coochin Coochin, Moreton District, to Pauline Amalie, eldest daughter of Baron Frederick Poellnitz, of Bavaria.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

!s published'evcry Tuesday morning, and forwarded to country subscribers by that day's mail. ' , ,.? - '''? ' ? ?/TEBks'-'.'-'' *; ? ? ' ? ?' Per quarter, in advance ? . ;6s. 6d. ., Per quarter, credit .......... -7s. 6d., Single number, sixpence. The Quarters wilt termi nate on the. 31st March, 30th Juno, 30th Septem ber, and 81st December, at which periods only can resignation 1* received. No orders for withdraw «l will lie attended to unless given in -writing. New subscribers will be charged from the date of .com mencing their subscription. Advertisements will be charged at the rate of ?????'?'? ? -' ? ? g.: J, ? Two linfcs. ....;-,.... ? -.*. 10 Four „-.... ...i..-. ? 2 O Six , ? 2 6 Eight ? '... '.I,. ......... 3 d -8very additionalinch '........' 1 :© The number of insertions must be written ttn«aeb. advertisement, or they will be continued until coun termanded, and charged accordingly. . ', - All .Orders and poinmuuioationK to bo sent to fh» Editor, or to Messrs. E, J. nnd: A...

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IMAGINARY REPORTING. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

IMAGINARY REPORTING. To the Editor of the Empire. :?? Sib, — It was the advice of Dr. Johnson to a young author,' to go over liis manuscript, and wherever he met with a paragraph which he considered particu larly good, to strike it out. I suppose it must have been on some such advice that the Premier was act ing when he omitted or struck out from his speech at Parramatta the other day, all allusion to the state of the land revenue of this colony as con trasted with that of Victoria. As, however, I do not consider that we are bound to receive the above dogma of the learned doctor as of universal appli cation, I will, with your permission, supply the deficiency in Mr. Parker's speech by enlightening your readers with what he might have told bis friends on that very interesting subject. He might have informed them Victoria is a colony of defined and very moderate extent, and of little more than 20 years' standing, while the colony, at tho head of the Government of which he has the hono...

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ITALIAN JEALOUSY AND BEVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

ITALIAN JEALOUSY AND REVENGE. Romk, Jan. SI. — A tragical specimen of Italian jealousy took place in the beginning of this week at the Pope's favourite summer residence, the onco famous but now deserted sea-coast town of Torto d' Aueio. The women of that aud the neighbouring town of Kcttuno arc celebrated for their beauty, but the charms of a young girl, the daughter of a fisher man of Porto d' Austio. have for sonic time past entitled her to a pre-eminent rank even in that land of beauties. A young man belonging to n noble family of Orvieto, whilst casually sojourning in Porto d' Anzio, became enamoured of the fisherman's daughter to such a degree us to overlook nil diifer euces of rank, and to wish for a union with the object of his passion ; but his parents put a stop to his matrimonial intentions by suddenly summoning him back to Orvieto, and keeping him there in ex pectation of some more suitable project. The young girl, thus unwillingly abandoned by her lover, was soon aftnr c...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

MISCELLANEA. The Last Datb of Lobd Raglan. — On return ing from the failure of tho J8th June, Lord Raglan found a letter announcing tho death of his last Sur viving sister. This was soon followed by the death ot uencrai ustcouri. wxtornauy Lord liaglau kept up his spirits, but the Staff-officer observes ' that he looks far from well, and has grown verv aged lat terly.' Five days afterwards, the scene bad closed. This was the last day : ' On the morning of Thurs day (28th), a consultation was held upon his caso by hfs personal medical attendant and two of the principal surgeons of the array ; and they; decided that a telegraphic message should be sent to England, to the effect that Lord Raglan was much better. Just as tho Military Secretary was going to send it off. Dr. Prendergast, who apparently did not take ko sanguine a view of the case, strongly urged that it should ;bo altered to ? Lord Raglan lias passed a tran quil night, and is no worse this morning,' or words to that effect...

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EXECUTION OF THE MURDERERS OF MR. PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

EXECUTION OP THE MpEDHEERS OF MR. PRICE. (Fr»m tiit Arffm.) On Tuesday morning, at eight o'clock, THiomas Williams, Henry Smith alias Brennan, and Thomas Maloney, the first three prisoners convicted at the .late Special Sessions of the murder of the late In spector-General at WiUinmstown, on the 26th of March last, were executed in the Melbourne -r«nl. Tho unhappy men, who were all members of thei Roman OatliDlicChurcli.wero attended in their last moments by two ecclesiastics, and it will be satis factory to the public to luiow that all exhibited the appearance of sincere contrition for their criminal career, and patient resignation to their fate. It ' is remarkable, however, that only one of them, the convict Maloney, made any reference to tho crime for which he was about to suffer, find of which he declared himself innocent to the last. The other two, Williams and Smith, maintained from the first a perfect reserve upon the subject.: To those fa miliar with the criminal character, ...

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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. IPSWICH, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN. irSWTCn, TUESDAY. MAY 19, 1857. ? a« — - — We understand that au attempt was made, ou Thursday eveuing last, to initiate a Debatiug Society iu this town ; but in consequence of tho inclement state of the weather, scarcely. any of the promoters aud well-wishers of the undertaking attended at the appointed place ; aud, for tho present at least, it has beeu aban doned. Other reasons, however, irrespective of the weather, have operated against the carry ing out of this project, foremost among' which the absence of a suitable building' for the meetings of the society must not be overlooked. There are hundreds of respectable inhabitants who look with a fuvoumble eye towards the establishment of a society of this kind, but who, nevertheless, entertain seriouB, nay, iusu perable, objections to its proceedings being held al one of the inns in the town. The want of a proper building for the accommodation of die inhabitants who may be desirous of attend jug public meeting...

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LITERARY REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

L.T&LURY REGISTER. Practical Observations on the Presentation of the Te$th. By Henky Joedan, -Dentist. Se cond Edition. London': Samuel HigbJey.; - Tlie auUior of flue interesting v-»1ujmI'1b! already favourably known to the publican one of the most tespcrt aud thoroughly practical dentists in tho wlony j and although the work before us can now add but little to his professional reputation, it k desirable that it should be extensively made known to all thoso persons in the district who, unfortunately for themselves, mny need a practical guide to the ti-eattneufc ' of any particular dental . disease they may be troubled with. Such persons will fi ml ample information in this work re garding the structure, anatomy, the diseases, aud the general treatment of tlie teeth, written iu a clear and pet'Kpicuous style, divested of all technical pliraseB but such as are absolutely necessary to the proper understanding of the various subjects contained in it. As a popular treatise it is...

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INTER-COLONIAL NEWS. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. MELBOUENK. (From the Correspondent of S. ][f. Herald,), Thursday, 30th April. — The third consti tutional ministry of Victoria is complete. Mr. Haiti es is the Chief-Secretary, with the follow ing gentlemen associated with him iu the cabinet : — Mr. MCulloch, Commissioner of Tmde and Customs ; Mr. Ebdeu, Treasurer ; Mr. Michie, Attorney-General ; Mr. Moore, President of Board of Laud and Works ; Mr Fellows, Solicitor-General ; Mr. Mitchell, Postmaster-General. The latter gentleman is : a member of the Upper House, and acted as the mouth-piece of autijtenultiinate adminis tration. The Post Office is growing in im portance, aud the elevation of the head of that department to a seat in the cabinet is a wise step, which his Excellency was enabled to take -y the consolidation of the offices of Laud aud Works under the presidency of Mr. David Moore. This Government wilj be a strong one aud will meet with yejy general support froin the constituencies, Notwithstanding th...

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CRIMINAL CASES FOR TRIAL, AT THE ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

CRIMINAL CASES FOR TRIAL AT THE ASSIZES. The following is a list of thu prisoners now in llris bti:i-! Gaol, awaiting to bo tried at the Assize's to comuienoc on Monday first, the 18th itist. :— Henry bfckcusou, alias Loug Hairy, horse ECCtlttllg. Thomas Cook, fltthv James Cnmmings,. forgery. Georgo Cnunfng, ditto. ' ? Peter Marvcav. ditto. Hugh .Ioiicr, larceny. George, A {stock, dit+n. Charles DrniB, ditto. Thomas Wondhy, ditto, (2 charges). Jus. Norman, ditto. John Moore, unnatural n/Tijiicc. Robert Iliokcy, stabbing and wounding. Willfcwit Tfcttgla, wifiMminler. . ' Iu advlitiim to the. above, there arc three' persons out on bail. One of them, however, naim'd M'Goy, :has beeu wntcuced to a long term of imprisonment '»y the Supreme Court in Sydney for some crime ?nmmitted since his being admitted to bail.— J/j li. Courier, 16th ihst.

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

TASMANIA. We have neceived, via Melbourne, Hobart Town aud Launcestan papers st-i the 25th of April The Courier gives the following as the list of the new Jyfiniatry. The new Adrainistration, we have reason to believe, haB been fca-n)jed aa follows :— W. P. Westbn, Esq., ji'emier, without omcCj - Tlie Hon. W. Henty, Colonial Secretary, Francis Smith, Bsq^, Attorney-i^eneral, The Hon. T. J. Kuigufc S--ltcito^Ge'«eral, Frederick M. Innos, Hlsq., CqtaniaJTreftsm'or, Tiie Hon. E. Q. Kermade, and the Hon. J. Walker, tp be members Of the Executive Council, without office. -..' . , ?.,-.'. Pbtitiqn sob .DissoLypoN. — The Jbajitti ^tu's states, that on Friday a deputation' waited upon nis_ Excellency, by appoiutinent, to present the petition from the electors of. Jlobait Town praying fore dissolution of the; iHouse j?f Aesembly. The deputation Tras it'ery^^^idUBly it»6eived.Djr'hi& ^ ExceUencyji |«f^^^^eJJ- tlie followmjg, reply; :— ' f?ent)e-; JQien,ttypui' i»titiou shall receive m...

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

LITERATURE. Very Successful. A Novel. By Lady Bdlwee Lyttos 3 vols. London : Wbittaker and Co. There is a story of great age about stone broth. If we here repeat it for the thousandth and first time, not we, but Lady Lytton, must bear the blame. Our crime be on her Ladyship's head. A A trfivellftr fun Irishman we itpari bnrdlv ssv\ arrived one evcuing at a poor cottage, craving shelter for the night, and trusting that a supper would be thrown in. The lodging was granted, but supper was so long delayed that the traveller .it length bethought him of making sonic sfoiie-brotli. There was a very pretty choice of pebbles at the brook side, but the traveller was a mini »f fastidious tastes, and it was not without much groping, liiuterii in hand, that a nice piece of flint was selected. Tliis exhibiting to the good wife, he simply re quested a pot of water to boil it in. The woman, wondering much. Bet the pot on the fire, and soon tho broth simmered musically. Then he tasted it : ah, how g...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

sotriHi AUsTftALiA. The 'Parliament of South Austi^alia was opened on the 22ud ujt,, with, the usual formuiities. Tlie Register uiukes the following comment : — The firist Parlittmcut of South Australia OHseinMed yesterday. The first Parliament, that is fully worthy of the time-honoured title ; the lirst which daims the leading cha iMctoristics of the British Legislature ; and the firRt in which the sitverci/'uly of tho people is lii.itlihiUy represenlo-l. Vor the first tt'nic the (Jovernor of South Australia pronounced au address fur which he was nut poraonally re sponsible, and in wliicli was shadowed forth tltu policy of a Ministry depending for its power and its very existence upon tlie repre-| sensitive body. Yesterday tlie community I entered publicly and formally into the position of a free, self-governed, constitutional State. While the occasion itself affords matter for congratulation, the circumstances under which the change is effected are equally auspicious. We enter upo...

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SUPREME COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13.—Equity Business. FLANNAGAN v. O'SYLLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian, Ipswich and General Advertiser — 19 May 1857

SUPKBMfc COUET. (From the Morcton Hay Courier.) WisDNEsnAY, May 13. — Equity Jituinest. FIiANNAQAX V. o'SULl.IVAN. T.iis was an. application for an injunction to tc strain tlie defendant from proceeding against .tho, plaintiff's property on an unsatisfied execution for' the sum of £74, or from obtaining judgment pirn ? promissory note for £100 given by the plaintilf to, the defendant. Tho application was. first made ' m. . the 20th of last month, but postponed in -order Jo allow of notice being, served on the opposite party.. - Mr. Prin g appeared' misfipport if the application, and it was opposed by Mr. li. Milford. . 'i'ijp .{ilautt tiff's . attorney! .were Mr. Jlawlins and llr. Goqkc; thu (lcfcnilttiit'«, Sir. Roberts and B[r..Macalistcr,V ;: Tn-o aOiduvits mnAo by the plaintiff^, wife were, read in support of the application, and from them it iippcarcil tlmt Peter Flaunasan, the plaiutift' in this' case, resided at Dray ton until within a sliort.timo back, and carried on the bus...

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