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RIVERTON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

BIVERTON, October 8. The weather on Sunday, October 5 was very disagreeable hot winds blowing, turning off with very heavy thunder and lightning, and Kjrht showers of fain following, it waa ahovmv on Monday, and Tuesday morning we had a very heavy fall of nin which made the crops look quite fresh again . The black metis mak ing if appearacce in the crops here and like wise the takeall. The anniversary of the Rjverton Wesleyan Sunday School was oelebrated en the 28th and 29th of September, two sermons were preached iy the Rev. J. Ince and in the evening Rev. J. H. Tievonow, there tru a large attendance at each service and again on Monday to the tea, which waB provided in the Institute Hall, tha araoant raised was £21 14s. 3d. The number of scholars on the roll 95, teachers 10. On Tuesday, September 30 the Oddfellowe* and Forreeten' Picnic was held in Mr.- Sack- ling's paddock shout a mile andah&lfsonthof Hiverton, where, there was osiwio diseoureed by Sie Kapunda Brass Bond ;...

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BLACK SPRINGS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

BLACK SPBIN^ ' . Sjomtatx. OczoaaB A.-.-. Prokent— AHbatOr.WbeUam. .. Tiieinuates of last meeting wtf'tmA and tooSnaedi . .-. . - ? . -.-,.;.. - ~ ? .* ' OMiMBbndencfll ' From Sesreiarr of Boxra' Hospital, soliciting an annaa) ?nbfonptiosi no FanAs at prsaent. . FcomJBu Worby«al]lug CkntocVs^anention .to ttie'dHf iwa '«lJ*e Spriw/ and asldog iolun it cleaned wtt. \To, ? be atteaded to. From Messes. Gatara and PAncallingXkiuncns'a^rafionloadangeroaB rnlb«weMBo«rwin*s*na O-«rard's. *o %e attebded to; ^ftcAn Si, ftSbiS asking fcr an other montb to complete |us contract. So be iafenced that if it is not oompieted in-,a;fiirt-v night at will be i^ jC^k.towrjto,toft»m snusioner of Cemster/4 also retpmting rabbits eniands orpupied bj 1- %&/,%? UmgWifliz i^ksh^laai^Dflffidd *- tttUn, \^0O^t allowed to put* auppannrl across wad'** the end of his garSea fence.* -An. ?.? ;???« ??.;. .w : .;::? Payments £11. ; Merttjng adjanrned for four weeks. „ ...; .. ,-: .. .???«. ' ;?' - '?

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Public Meeting at Mount Bryan. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

Jfablic Meeting at Mount Bryan. A public masting was held at Mr. John Dunstans', Mount Bryan, on Saturday evening October 4 at 6 o'clock, to eonaider the necessity of setting a mafl twice a week instead of «nm as at present, and also to get the road from Mount Bryan Bail way Station to Mount Bryan East put on the Schedule of Main Soeds. There was a good attendance of the inhabitants. Mr. Thomas was voted to the chair. It was unanimously resolved that a petition be eent to the Post-Master-General praying for a mail twice a week instead of once as here-to-fore, as the inhabitants felt the necessity of it r-ry 'aucb. As the Government had placed Ihe r^d from Mount Bryan ttailway Station to Mount Bryan East on the Schedule of Main Bond;, it was not gone into. The meeting passed a vote of thanks to Mr. Boland Bees for his support ing the same as it is very much required, and is the main feeder for the railway on the East side of the range.

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Meeting at Hallett. ROADS AND OTHER MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

Heeling at Hallett. BQADS AND OTHHB MATTEKS. . -A meeting for the discussion of the above was called by the Chairman of the rlallett District Coanoilin compliance tritharequisttionaigned by « nnmbar of rateDaveis. but owine to the we weather the attendance was bat small. Mr. John Dunatao, J.P., Chairman of the District Council was voted to the chair and read the requisition calling the meeting. He thought that the word 'Ratepayers' in the notice would have been bettor left out as the basinets ?affected others than those within the district, fie would have liked to hare seen a larger attendance to consider aucb important matters. The members of the Boird were Messrs. Thompson, Prest, JicNamaw, Young, Cooke *ud Aloorhouse, and of (hem two were in one district and the others lived in a straight line ?and did not fairly represent the whole district. He wonld ask Mr. Thomas to read the resolu tion passed at Caltowie, which baring been -U-ne. . Mr. B. Collins, J.P., moved the resolution ....

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YARCOWIE, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

YARCOWIE   A sale of gifts in aid of the Wesleyan MissIon House Fund was held here on THursday and Friday, October 2 and 3 in Messrs. Coxell and Saunders large wheat store. The room was beautifully decorated with evergreens and flowers, whilst the stalls presented a display ol ornamental and useful goods of almost every description. Outside the building the special gifts were arranged, these consisted of sheep, a plough, set of harrows, two wheelbarrows, &, &. &. The doors were opened punctually at 2 pm. and almost immediately the room was densely crowded and continued so up to the time for closing, the attendance on the second day was also, very large. The stalls were gracefully   presided over bv Mesdames Hiles, Goode, Lock, Roach, Goodliff, Coxell and Clift, and the Misses Hiles, K. Hiles, Clift and Lock. Whilst the refreshment stall (which was splendidly patronised) was under the able management of Mesdames Brayley, Bryce, Saunde...

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COMMERCIAL. MESSRS. COLES & GOODCHILD'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. Kooringa, Monday, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

COMMERCIAJi. Messeb. Cokes & Goodchild's Mobthky Mahket Bepoeis. , Koorinca. Monday. October 6; Our market was largely attended, and we had on the whole a very satisfactory sal*. We are unable to report any improvement in the . value cf store ttack, although the wsa*her con* tinues tevoraoie in tne settiea districts, and m the absence of a heavy fill of rain to the north of the Biintnsn, we da not look for aa im proved demand. Sessp. — Pending shearing good sheep continue scaroe, we do not antici pate any ciffiosilty in this resoect when the wool is off. We sold cut all our entries ex cepting one lot of stores for wluoh an outside price wa* wanted, our salrsbf ing — ForParatoo Station, S50 lueduim wethers i i trade lots; at 13 j | 668 do n« 6s ; 811 niced atorea, at 8* Id. For Sir. W. Ward, 330 store wethers, at 10a j 675, at 9i 6d. For Mr. J. White, 1990 twg. tooth abom ewei, at 2s. Total aold, 6,3ffi^ Cattlh.— Our sales svW'^For Don. G. %}. Hawker, 60 cows, aiyB6 m. gfrtfe...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XLII. THE WHITE WINGED DOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

Macleod of Dare. ; (From Harp*r-t SfugaitHe). CHAPTER XLII. TH* WHIT* WINOFD DOVB. ' Bnt you do not know— yon do not tnow,' fhe old wr.fnan niri, 'what Keith has done for me. The othera-oh yes, ifery were breve lads j and very pr nd of their name, too ; and iney wouia no* aisgmce th«-ir name wherever they went ; and if they died - that is nothing, for they win be together aea?n now ; and what harm there f Bat Keith, he mi tie one that ?did more than any of them ; for he staid at home formy sake; and when other people were 'albne about this regiment ard that regiment, Keith would not tell me what was »ore at hit heart ; and never once did he aay, ? Mother I must go away like the rest,1 thought it was m hw blond to go awny. And what hare I dor.e now ?— «nd what I am to say to his brothers when thry come to ask me? I will sav to them. ? Oh yep, he wbb the handsomest of all my six lads ? and he had the proudest heart too ; but I kept him at home.' And what caire of it all ? Would it not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

Lycurgus. BY Leonidas (imported) out of Trinket by Croupier (imported) will serve a limited number of mares at Baldina. Terms— £8 2*. Paddocking, 2a. 6d'. per week, without responsibility. WM.P.BABKER. Young Banter. rpHIS Splendid Draught Entire Horse eo I well descended will travel this season as under commenting August 26;h t— YOUNG BANTER wfll travel Mt. Bryan, CarUpoo, staying one night at Mr. Wise's form (August 27); Hallett, Tommy's Gap, staying one night at Mr. Tiver'a farin, then back eo Ulkraloo and down to Hallettfs (late Hogg'e) form a.id back to Bum, repeating the aame every nine days. For Pedigree eee cards. Terms— £2 12s 6d. (with 2a. 6d. eroomage, payable at service) to be paid January 1, 1880. MarescanbepaddockedatSs. 6L per week without responsibility. B. AUSTIN, Proprietor. Young Emperor. IS a Suffolk Punch, dark bay, with black points; got by 'Old Emperor,' out of ' Dncbets ' {' Duchess ' by ' Old Emperor,' out of 'Empress',) both imported. This well-known Splendi...

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CHAPTER XLIII. DOVE OR SEA-EAGLE? [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

CHAPTER XLIIT. DOTH OB 8Ka-EaQEKr But there are no fine visions troubling the mind of Hamish as he stands here by the tiller io eager oonraltetion with Oolm £amg, ?who fua a chart outmread before him on Hba deck. There is pride in the old man's free. He is proud of the performan-se of the yaoht he'has sailed for so many yean ; and proud of him self for having brought her— alwara sntject to the advice of bis cousin from Greenock — in safety through the salt sea to the smooth waters of the great river. And indeed this a strange scene for the £7is-ptr»tofind around her in the years of her old age. Por instead of the giant cliffs ef Gribun and Bourg, there ia only the thin green line of the Essex coait; and instead of the rushing Atlantic, there is the broad smooth surface of this ooffee-oolored stream, rplaahed with blue where the ripples catch the reflected light of the sky. There ia no longer the solitude of Ulva and Colonsay, or the moaning of the waves round the lonely shores ofFla...

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Burra Corporation. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

Barra Corporation. lfr-KT-AV 'OnmnnR 9?- Present— ilii VVonbip the Itfiyor, (Dr Nesbitt) Crs. Batchelor, £icbard»un, Geeke, Drew and fiidgwav. - Misvteb. Aue minutes ot last meeting were read and adopted. Rbbsbt.es. The Town Clerk was instructed to write to the Government, the South Aussralian Mining Association and the' Yorke's Peninsula Mining Association re reserves. Also to eperiiily apply for a. road to. the Cemetery, aid along i:e western siie j and the- backs of the crrek fiom oppesite the School to thi new bridge, for tree planting. ??.'?_ - BEPObTS. The Tnsrectpr^s ordinary reperts were read a'so a special one on thi carrying capacity of ihe cabs. ' Adopted. - ' - ? F.-esh noiice to be givei: re dram under the Post Office. ' Sale of Pbopxbtieb on wnron Kates webe DfAftEBAKS; - Cr. Bidqwat mc«ed tha« sfeps be taken for the sale of all propprties on wiiieti no rates had teen paid. As he bad given notice of motion latt. waek and all had had time to consider the nut'er he did c...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

u quest. An inquest was held at Aberdeen on Thurs dry upon the fi-e that had the day before con sumed Bread'?. Aberdeen H'tel, Mr. J. X). Cavs. J.P. was coroner. Mr. D. Wells was mretran ol tne j«ry. air. auitdu-i watcneu the case for the Inturatce Company. John Broad deposed, am landlord of the Aberdeen IlotcJ, was at home all dey and rtigbt, f-lept down etairs ia a room the window of which faced tbe main road. All the lodgers had gone to bed before I cii.and the servants at about the same time ; did not go rvund the house, but everything seemed safe and quiet. We burn candles in the bedrooms. 'J here wse no fire in the house, perhaps about 2 o'clock heard rometbicg cracking a: if from lighting a fii», and thought it was tKe Ostler, who sIutets lightB the fire. Woke Bfr*. Broad and (old her to pet up, and said :be man was lighting the fie and said it was not time yat. She got up and ' went in the kitchen and came back, stjiDg that all cpstaira was on fire and I was to* get up. Gr -...

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District Councils. BURRA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

District Councils. BURBA. - SAtfCIDAf. OCTOBEB 11. Pres mt — Councillors Pmeh (Chairman), James and Dew. ' Iiet lers 'received. From Jeffrey Peane asking payment fer t tones used at NankrrerrCrnlhr: not entitled to pavment. From Chairman' Hallett Dktrict Council invit ing Chairman's attendance at public meeting to be held at ilallett, to consider the a-^visabiiity of another Boad Board in the North-East ; the Council feel seti'fied with presrnt arxanee ments Overseer advised employment of a second dayman for repair of ford at Qallett's Woolshed, &c. ; agreed to. Banker's report readrseed Air. Skewes to be summoned for amount of burial for de»d benet. Report of cattle slaughtered laid on table. Five gninees subscribed to Burra Hospital. Tenders to be called for old plan cf district. Letting enclosed roads, to be considered fat next meeting, Coun cillors to have notice. Batons and handcuff* belo iginpr to Council to be applied for. Day work £8 81. ; passed for pavment. Payment...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this column. FLOWEJBS AT THE BUBUA SHOW. To ihe Editor of the Surra Record. Sib.— At the last Burra Show, the table set apart for the exhibition of flowers wes divided into two parts ; one for flowers grown within twenty mi!es of Burrs, the ether fcr these gro«m at a distance. I am infer teed on good embority that the flowers which obtained the prizes as being grown within the Burra radius in leiliiy eaa-.e from AdelsiJe. This is a very unfair and dishonorable action on the part of exhibitors : if those under whose management the s! ow 13 conducted, are desirous of cultivat ing and extending the taste for flowers in the Burra, their aim, while this system exists un checked, will bo frustrated. If tbere are no means for testing the facts of the coee ; and ex hibitors are unable of then eelres to see the die fconesty of such ection, let those exhibitors who bring flowers under false pretences be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

HoUotDitfs Pills.— Epidemic Dueaaes. — The alarming increase of death from cholera and diarrloei, ehould be a warning to - yen one to subdue at once any irregularity tending towarde disease. Holloway'e Pills ehvuld now be in evtry household to rectify all impure states of the blood, to remedy wratnes-, and to over come impaired general health. .Nothing can t-e simpler thaa the instructions for taking this corrective medicine, not more efficient than its cleansing powers, nothing more harmless than its vegetable ingredients. Holloway'e is the best physio during the summer season, when decaying fruits end unwholesome vegetables are frequently deranging the bowe e, and daily ex posing thousands, through tbeir negligee in permitting disordered tcticn, to the dangers cf diarrhoea, dysrntry and cholera. SELFISHNESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PgOPEKt SITy. How whet eball we Bay of the man who obtains erery conceivable sort of maehine to assist him in his work, but lesres his partner to toil k»bi...

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PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

PHODUOa REPOftT. Messbs. LuxuoSsb^ Co. re^rton Oct. 9asfolio«a:— . -'-j OtuMKual weekly aale oLahaapekiiu. hide*, talfow, i&r-, took place at our skin saler-o n. Lieigh-elrcet, to-day,- rVj/e DfEacO. a c«talogue comprising lar^ : quantities cf' produce^ and succeeded «n deiring out' ever; line at moat aatisractory prjpe*., , ' r'. ..' Wool.— Our opening sale willtakB place on the 16tb C?ctoba,_w'hen*we-8hall j-flor a. large catalogue consisting of several ' well ktiown dips, besides a qoanti^ of amaller parcels, and several large lots well got op seonred* wools. At oar preliminary aals. of aropl, and sit the sales which have already been held during the wade, eoinpelitioh ruled fairly bt-tsk* and, considering the extremely unaatufactory reports received from the JLo/won -nurkat, very good pricss were obtained, although consider ably under those ruling at this time hut^esr. Our mjorket reems now thorongh'y reco^ited at one of tbe wort markrl* of the Sorlri, the large - quanti...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

MELBOURNE 8€AT£OS PRODUCE AEPdiRT. J. H.rGwnaH &lOo.'e Rbbobt. i ?'? x ' October & r wool. — A amijU sate was neia last weeJt, tensistiog prindpally of small lots of greasy apd.««puntry eooorod: Inferior to mediu-n ereaav'lbrod%ht from 6$ to 841 and ordinary ?courea up »o 4.041 per 10. ine opening saie of the new ?aasoa is expected to be held on the 15:h, when values will be definitely establishes. 8ttEEP3EOiB. — Our usual Bupply htm been quitted at the following pricee : — Butchers* skint 3* to 4» 9 1 each 1 lamb skins Is 21 to Is 3d -each ; dry : jkius 2s_61 to 4j each?, station skins (in b»lea) 3d to 4 Jd per lb. , -r~ Hn-B3- — We have no change to note ia valuer, 'but have -cleared-a-large «upplv-at-t«ie— rateci, as -juttier -t— Gieea- ojt hides. 13d4p 25$ each ; green cow hides 2d to 2J Fp« lb i^green calf skins 1| to 2J1 per lb}~Batted xalf -skins- - 2d to2jl per lb; Victorian aalted hides 2k ^ to 3^1 per lb ; New Zealand salted 3J I to 8J ™ per lb. ._~- - Leat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

hi /TOmCY TO.J.KfSPnm goocl ?£ttdml&[r jy|_ security. For partxuWs apply to the Becretery of Trustees, B-we of Sharon tBent, I.O-ft^ Kooringa-.:- :'',?'?- ? ? ; 66' - South Australian Bailwaye. ' TRAUf ALTERATIOlfS. O'f and after SaturaayV.Hovembw 1, tlie - following alterations in Traia running will be made': — ' ??? ? - ?? ' ?. jSQRTB. ilNB. -f The 7.50 a.m. down Train will start at 7*.m r and be correspondingly earlier at Kipandi aud Q«11ett and all intermediate. Stations. ' ?*-_ lh-- 10 50 a.«. down Train will be «ligh-lf- cat-Iier -r6in l-ry Creek tolK-pund» ii.c!uaire. The 7 5 ».tp. up Tram will -start from K-ipunda at 6.55, e.aj., anflL r« etightly ^ear^ef atr«H«t«rl^ns'to!Bry CroAinclodvy. l. . . Tlie 8 5 a.m. up Train will atari from Burra at 8 «-'-- *T«dit-a3ali^itl]cisarljejE.-hi»ughout. ¥oi farther parrinular* we lime-tables to be hod on atid af'er 27i-i in«ta'jt. AliAK'G. PKKDLETON, ? ' ? General Tramo Manager. -; Riilway Offers, Adelaide^ ; OctobrT 18,1879. 68:...

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The Proposed Loan Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

The Proposed Loan Bill. The followi g are the items for the proposed gem-rnl purp. e--fl Loan J3 ill which are container! in a pap-r circulated aicbng- members of t'.c 4.eeeu)bly ou Wednesday : — Construction of main rctd-i ? £200,000 Watenr..Tis — ^ , . - Port Augusta Exteiifcmn... £5 500 Port. P)rie ? 16,500 PortArfeUide ... ... 13 O'JO Port Adelaide, Suburbon... 3,500 ? : ? SS,500 Harbor Improvements — Drrpeniiig and improvement Tort Adelaide ? 150,000 Port Pirie ? 20,000 Port Augusta ? 15,000 ? 183.0-0 JeU^es— - Baigowan ? 1,000 Mount Bu:ton B^y ... 1,000 *Pott Gernaein ... ... — Streaky Bay ? 4,500 VenusBoy ? 5.500 Waterloo Bar, to complete 1,000 ? 13;0G0 Erecfion of *choo3!:OBsee ? lO.^OO §§Telegraph exteneioa ? 73.150 & orthern Territory ? 50.000 § Defences of Military- roed ... „» 35.800 Railway — jS'aracoorte to TatM^a ? 193,000 JSouth Australian Biilways — Addi- tional accommodation ? 24,700 §For new Government Office?, includ ing Real Property Offices and Pur cba-...

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Items. THE BURRA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

Items. The Bobba Aghiccxtubai. Socxbtt. — ^Siace tue aate 01 tue uurra euow rarious other similar exhibitions have takeu place and by comparison we tiiuv learn to corxeedv estiinate Hits viud liuuo . vi uut vwiij -anu ttlHU liow to make more sure -work for iLe future. Foremost among thinga the lack of which in Burra has been made more striking by other places, stand machinery and implements. We have to recognise the Burra, uow, no longer as a mining township, bqt as the place of business for a large agricultural dis trict, and as such we have established here several 'machinists, and though, there is still, in the opinion cf many, an excellent opening for an extensive implement factory, yet a consulerablc quantity of machinery of various kinds is already turned out, and the^almpfct entire absence of implements at the Burra Show -was not due to the p ability of local makers to compete, and the reason is not easily discovered. Whether it is from want' of enter jfJBe,^ undue, /mpdesty ...

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PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879

^PRODUCE RKPOKT. , Mbssbb. jE. E.UfiiBarLT&.Co,, repot on Oct. 8 as follows :—' ' -'?*? We 'offered. upwardrof 700 balys of grcaay and ecourod wool, bat were camiieliei to with Iraw the bulk, biddings being very tnuoh«elow* iwners! faliiqa. As ftejprejlkrie^ juprwrious sports would be the case buyers were extremely satioua in tharbydingij'andpnBcha-6ri we-e imost oonfiaed to the local trade, snout of the fell-known epncolarr and Bbipptrs of former leason* being conspicuous ,by their abaenee. three French bayers visited ine first wool uni^s leld in Adelafllo tipt eeason^ljatfqundTiothing so tempt theat to prolocg their. stay beyond » jouple ot days, notwithstanding the fact that a Gall of from Hi to;2--}-ee-ppf^i gn^^jear'a rater was eAtablished. Account sales and private telegraphic newa are b?ing Teceived, giving thejesiilt of »neXohdoJQ jiiigustSep tember sales' eneh a'dieconragnig- ^eacrip'.ion that gnawen will be compelled to accept yalu.s very mudi lower tb«n obtained l...

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