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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

AJIEEICA. ,; TheHou Be of Representativeshas passed General Butler's Bill authorising the President to admit the voters of Vir ginia, Mississippi, and Texas to the constitution ; when ratified, then to order the election of State-officers. Extensivcs fires' have taken place in the shafts of three silver mines in Nevada, and 36 miners lost their lives. The Republican party carried Bhode Island, and elected ' Paddleford as Governor. They have also succeeded in returning a majority to the Legislature. Eight steamers, carrying seventy-five guns, are ordered to reinforce the West India squadron. The Senate hasrqected the Alabama Claims Treatv. and co'iSfirmeai6Tant*6 nomination of Lathrop Motley as Minis-' ''ter to England. It h&s'ratiflediihe Naturalisation Treaty with'Greaf Britain, and rejected the Dor ion 'Canal Xieaty,

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HONGKONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

HONGKONG. An attack wan made on 18th April by alrana of Chinese thieves upon (he village of Sow Kcwan. One European police sergeant was killed and two Indian constables were wounded. '800 emigration coolies in the Timbaris, a French vessel bound from Macao to Havannah, mutinied in the Straits of Sunda, tindsome ?coolies wore killed; tot eventually the officers and .crew took to the boats, leaving the captain and interpreter on board, having first disabled the rudder. A steamer was despatcnoa rrom JMixayia in searcn oi ner. ? Reports are current that the emigrants on board the T. A. Palmer, whiih left for San Francisco, rose -en masse near Amoy, and murdered tho entire crew. ? : The American barque Arthur, which left Tein Tsin, was ' lostouPratas shoals. The schooner Ingeburg is a total wreck -on Sid Islands. Exports of tea during .1869 :— To Melbourne, 7,671,100 lbs. To Sydney, S.691,700 lbs. Two vessels were chartered at Foochoo for Australia with new teas. The Ucunath loads at Zul...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

-CALCUTTA. Lord Mayo intends giving a Quoeri's Plate valued at 1000 rupees, to be run for next meeting. Instructions have been issued for the construction of a Sneider ammunition factor^ in each presidency capital. A non-commissioned officer, who has had special training at home, iB to be sent out to teach. The ship Bolingbrolcc, from 'Calcutta bound to London, was totally wrecked in the Hooghly.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

COMMERCIAL. Colonial wool is quiet. Public sales -would commence on May '6. The receipts of Australian wool during the .first and second months this year are close on 9,OOO;OO0 lbs. as compared with 1,040/000 lbs. for the corresponding period of last year. It is -expected .that 240,000 hales willbeready at the opening of the sales. The arrivals to April 23 are : Sydney and Queensland, 24,908 bales; .Victorian, 93,161 ; Tasmania, 3884; South Australia, 15.438; West Australia, 1857 ; New Zealand, 12,743 ; Cape, 27,929. Total, 179,990; '? Tallow sales have been unusually small. Mutton, 3d. to Cd. lower. Beef, Cd. to Is. dearer. Stock, 3709 casks. Hides.— The demand is . dull, and prices have slightly refcodod; Stocks of- Australian, 0511. .. Leather.— 0800 crop siJes sold at about Jd. lower. . - ? MimoBa Bark in-fair request at last month's prices.. Horns.— Prices nnalterod . So public sales took jilnce. CoppeK— inirra, and Wallaroo are quoted at £81 to £83. Colonial Securities,'— New ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

JAPAN. ? ' An extraordinary political change is announced, several of the most infiiiential Daimios have teniJeiod the resigna tion of their rank and estates, and sea and land forces, for the pnrposeof strengthening the Central Supreme Government. The magatsine of the Katranee, the Japanese Admiral's ftagsWp, blew up on the nth April. Twenty-three men ? were killed and wounded. Thevcsselwao totally destroyed. The Mint at Osada is issuing an immense quantity of illegal debased coin. . ' -»,.i A great 'Council oT Daimios ?will assemble, at Xeddo for the purpose of forming a new Oonstitntiou for the whole country. . Yeddo will be probably the permanent residence of the Mikado and scat of Government.

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 11 June 1869

TSG doubt our ?p61ice report in this week's issue will cause poms attention, and it is with pHin we publish it. 'Wewver contemplated that our Court house — a 'place devoted to the administration of Justine— 'would be made the scene of strife unbe coming alike the persons who took part therein, the magistrates sitting upon the Bench, and the place in which it occurred. We can see no prece-, dent for the privilege accorded to one gentleman - wlio figured rather conspicuously in that scene, and leaving aside the fact that the assistance of a professional gentleman had been secured for the i r ? \- i- ? _. i ? a _r _i!*. ? oeier.ce, we never De'ore saw or uearu or a witness —in fact and properly speakine, an uninterested person — being allowed to rise from his seat as'a spectator, and address the Bench as an advocate for the defendant, though that defendant be hie own son, and we really believe that never before in any court of jastice, save the Cooma Court, has such a thing taken place...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE IRISH CHURCH BILL IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

THE IRISTT CHUttOTT BTLL IN THE i HOUSE OF COMMONS. April 15. — Before goin» into committee ; rpnj the Irish Church Bill nix hours were ispent on the' Conservative side in repeating jarffumonts' tigaihs*' the measure. Mr. Nawdegate led .off in a speech of ao hour anjd a half's duration. The advent of Mr. Aytoun, determined to make his speech, though his proposed instruction to the Committee had been suppressed by the Speaker as irregular, excited markedsyap ^opis of impatience. The rising clamour was rather increased than diminished by thje intervention of Sir P. Barrel! andJOap ta|n Arohdali, on behalf of order, and the Speakercailed on' tbe SereTBantrBr*Arsn9 to keVp order at the bar, ubich thereupon was promptly cleared, members having the choice of sitting in thebnlly -of the House or going but.^ Mr. Whalley and Mr. O'Reilly Deas'e alone intervened from .the Liberal side, so that the talk could hardly -be called a debate. ' Towards 11 o'clnck Mr. Gladstone, replied, Mr. Disraeli...

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DR. MANNING AND THE FENIAN PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

DE. MANNING AND1PHE FENIAN PBISONEBS. ??- .-... A shoht time ago Dr. Manning refused permission to the members and (supporters of the English Amnesty Committee, which has been organised for the purpose of pro * curing the release of the Fenian prisoners, to receive signatures at the doors of the Roman Catbolic chapels to the petitions in which the object of the association was pro mulgated. 'With a view to induce Jiim; to re-consider his decision a deputation waited on tbe A-rchbiohop on.TuesaayT ibe* 13th April, at his residence, York-placp, Baker street. After the representations of those who constituted the deputation bad been adduced, the archbishop said he was anx ious to do all in his power in compliance with the wish of those he was addressing. To prove what his sympathies were in this matter, he wished to say that two years ago when be had been requested to permit a similar course to that which had been advocated by the, deputation to be adopted on behalf of men condemned to...

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THE POPE'S FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

, THE POPE'S FESTIVAL. Advices from Home state that the festi val to celebrate the anniversary of the Pope's entry into the priesthood itfok place on Sunday, April 11. Mass was said by his Holiness, in St. Peter's at half-past 7 in the morning, before an immense coDgre gation. At the conclusion of the religious ceremony, Pious IX., the members .of .the., Papal Court, and the diplomatic corps were ' entertained at breakfast by the Chapter of St. Peter's. An amnesty, id which the political prisoners are included, has been granted. Rome is very full of strangers. The festivities were most imposing, and testimonials proceeded from all parts of the world, Home setting the example, as in duty bound. Many cities of Italy sent deputations of noble ladies, or select young men, or distinguished individuals,, bearing presents of all sorts. In Austria, 'the appeal of the bishops was responded to by congratulatory addresses very numerously signed, and splendid gifts for the sovereign Pontiff. Hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

WANTED. XTrTANTED a GOOD LIGHT WORKMAN. , V V None but a sober steady man need apply to E. O*BRIEK- . BootmcW, Market Square, Cootna. COOMA HOTEL. To th? Inhabitants Of Cooma . and the Surrounding ? Districts. X HAVE MUCH PLEASURE in JL .announcing the receipt of a very SUPERIOR LOT both in Wood and Bottle, of the most CELEBRATED BRANDS to be obtained, and respectfully solioit the PtTBiiiO Gbubealli to inspect the same. HEADS OF FAMILIES AND OTHERS . Will do well to lay.in a small stook, for the opportunity afforded of pro-. . viding Reaxlt FiBflX;CLABS Gbnt- . . nre Aetiolbs is seldom preseoted to those whose requirements are small and who can procure in ONJ! DOZEN TBOTTLES Twelve DifiFerent Descriptions of WINES, BEERS, SPIRITS, iND CORDIALS Of Guaranteed Qitautt, and at ; a brioe to meet the times. 1 TreBppctfullytendermytlianbBfor '. . ttie very liberal patronage aocorjded , . ' to nie since oociipying tho Cooma Hotel, and beg to assure my Patrons that, : by increased exertions ...

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LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

LATEST INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAMS. . Melbourne.— The manufacture of light felt . ' om rabbit fur has been commenced.— The Hebrews have initiated a ?subscription for .their starving people in Western Snssia.— The rainfall this year up to the present date is 8.88 as com pared with 10.08 for the previous eleven averages to Jnne, — Dugdale, collector of the Colling wood Gas Company, has been committed for trial for-cmbeCTleriierit.— The' Lannoes ton Railway, dispute is in course of settlement. — Mr. Field has called a meeting of his creditors ; ' Mb property is mort gaged for £30,000;— The SuperibresB of the Convent at Abr boteford is dead ; it is considered -the site is unhealthy.— The banks have arranged with Mr. Glass for two years.— ' The debate on the Land Bill is still proceeding.— The trial, of Levinger has been postponed to Tuesday, to allow of the empanelling or a mixed jury.— Mr. Wyatt, for the young heir, and Mr. Ireland, for the claimant, were to have pro ceeded in the Eangatir...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

« -':: ???' ^i^TWfM^sii^S!! Tta *oo). jBale$.W8i» of ^..Tery meawt (Sh»aotw, «t»gy*J tiaroa'ofMiyJniportanoe being oataloguea; .and the whq)ea S^tr^Sstmlyanfcunted -to r-lO8*ales. Scourea,? sold at.7idto:12idj fleece, 8d to.l6jaiaiefette.r,for a. bale: of exhibitiop,woT) ; greasy, SMto.m JSb&pfoBa. pm. inac^ye'af ftom:l^ to ' 4|d. Annejpea ^e particulars of SaiB*iN4Mi)TnBiJBR!-rTW:'oTeril,#fieece-at.8'|d,'5/9kinttt- ?8id;A 10tHKJMed4i.tJpid.4at 7Jd, ^.at Kid. and 7,044 balesat2idto'61d-16l8iisBlieep9kinBii.t 114 to SJd, ana -a -lotofjpolraatld!''. ? ; ! '' ''?''' ?? '? :''''i Moot and Co.— P over GB, 10 bales fleece atlOa, WbBles I of various at S^to 13d, imdL .17 bales ^heepsk^ at J$d to. * 'G'.B.Ebswoiith.— 3 bales fleece wool at 7-d to 16|S; 5 '?greasy *t?id to *|d; .8.1ocks and'mixedj'afeld tb'8d;* 'broken, at 6d. - ? ? -, - - - ? ? S ?HiiuttsdN'Ajni JowiSs.— AC, 5 fleece at 8a:JB, 3 at 8d, ?aiajnbsat'^Sd.ipiecesat^, 2 locks at 2fd, and:4 lots ? sheepskins at 25 to 4Jd. ...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, Saturday, 12 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

., ; tiTES* IpEOIAL TELEGEATML ; ! (Through Oreville and A)., JeUgr&ingnUU.J . : .. ??..'? SYDNEY. Satnrday. 12 a.m. Tire case of Hasssll t-. Roddhas at length concluded. A verdicthas been returned for, the defendant. The Court .was crowded when the jury -returned' 'to express the result of their deliberations, ,and itbe announcement of, a verdict , in favour of defendant was received with great applause. A piuliminary meeting has been held for the purpose of, giving Mr. Eodd a dinner in approval of his conduct in the case Hsssallu. Rbdd. ' ' . His Excellency the Govejor is now at Merriwa.'on l-s tour through the Western distiicts. He is received every wbetemosFflntausiattiuaHy. .-'? ? ; ?.? 1'beCtomber of, Commerce have re-aflSrmed the:report submitted by. the A'urtralasian OomtnerCial Conference. ' Meat Dreserviwr companies are in course of nroDaration both in Sydney and Maitland. ... . Pearson, who was convicted at the Bathurst Assizeg and sentenced to death; ibr the murd...

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ENGLISH WOOL CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

'JJSNGLl SB WOOL CIRCULAM. Srooi'^TBe'flitt 'series' for the present year, ^corisUjSng of 15,141 bales Sydney and Queensland, 52,399r bales Fort PhilUp/j9QVito'pj*toenfflJ-and.i6j855,iAdelajde,a(-18wan. Biver; 8758 MeV'ZetttanoVana,33,'7*7 Cape ojf /Goo'4 Hope-^; ;totel-lM,V91'»^feGo|(inlflliic6mmence425tliFebruaTy,aiia tem^natedDnMatdiiiliiii*-1' ?.-?- ' \--'f .-r-.^ '.?''. ;J ' low, ?!& prices rece'deifbr^early all deEcriptiojis. Ai sales' progressed ^further til took place;- in Which all- Sorts par- ' : ticipa.'tei, and thifj'oontin-ued without any rally to the close, makSlga genertj decline of :2ito''2id per ib-jon.Noyeniber, = salesL1 ? ' - f We Regret toHStice'thiit'nioH'colonlalVtibl this season, is 1 infested -with butt or moat,.aid although, many flocks show ; a majtel pxtpTpTbment jn fixe washing-, jtbisgwat drawback 'has -i-ry mMeriaUyafeblcdftie prices obtained: ... Trade in' France, as-well as!n ourWattufeeturifig oistrffcis, 'is at present in'an uUsitiEfactory ...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

j QTJBANBEYAN. We take 'the following, relative to the visit of his Grace Archbishop Folding to Queanbeyan, from ihe Ageof Thurs day last:— ' .'??.'?? His Graoe the Archbishop of Sydney, accompanied by tis chaplain, the Eev. V. Oolletti, arrived in Queanbeyan on Thursday evening last. He was met at the Molonglo River by a large number ot the residents of the town and district, who, headed by their respected pastor, the Rev. J. Macauiiffe, escorted his G^ace into town. Immediatelv on : his arrival the Archbishop addressed the people in St. Gre gory's Church, and announced the order of instruction for the next two days. During these two days the candidates for oonflimation underwent a rigid . examination, which was conducted bv the Archbishop, the Very Rev. Dean White, the Rev. V. Colletti, and the pastor of the church. On Sunday morning his Grace celebrated the half past 8 o'clock Mass, and administered the holy communion to about two hundred and fifty persons. The 11 o'clock Mass wn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

Thb BEOBGHAM-raAOB TBiaEDT.—The inquest . on the death of the woman Jjizzy Moore or Strutt was concluded v«n .Friday, week at the Wynyard Hotel, .corner of Clarence and Erskine streets, Syd ney. The city coroner, although still in a very weak state of health, oonduotcd the business of the court. ' After hearing evidence, the,' jury returned a verdict of 'wilful murder against the man John , Mason, Mason was committed to Darlinghurst Gaol, there to await bb trial on 9th August. j Boitowii's Pniia.— MedieinM %xeett*nce.~-- £6 purify both solids and fluids composing tha : human body; to; cleanse without weakening, and, stimulate without irritating, Buy torbid organ ; to Confirm each regular, and correct each faulty func tion, are the merits claimed for HoUovray's PiUs. And how wonderfuUy they display these qualities is experienced by multitudes, ' who voluntarily record the cares this purifying medicine has effected. Tp the so-caUed Uthous, these pUls ere especially kerviceable, as the...

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

?GOWUBUBN STOCK MARKET. FinlAy aSdCo.— Fat Stock : Few cattle'arrivnig, and the' ?demand continues for large and small drafts at an advance upon last, wedi's, quotations. , Sold a small draft of 'very 'light but good'cattle. at— 1st yard.cows,. £4 17s'6d; 2nd yard 3E4 16« J '3rd yard £4 33. These were all cows. -The uest quality of cattle we quote at 20s a hundred. Store ' Cattle :.. We have sold several drafts of settlers' cattle, many ?of them almost too poor to travel, and young stock from 12 months ~upwai-ds at n'fam 90s to £2. Mixed cuttle from three 1 upwnrae, if in travelling -oondition, are^rprth from £2 1O»« to £2 16s;!aocording to quality. 'We'Jiave numerous in^ 'quiries'foretery description of store cattle and can' easily 1 dispose if any number. 'Store sheep are much inquired for. ?We have Dittoed 800 under offer at 5s 6d, and haveiriquiries for any number of goodtfattening sheep. \Te have told'^40 mixed sheep; ewes, wethers andweaners,' and quote best cn-es at about 6s....

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CROWN LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

, CROWN LiND SALE. A SAXE of Crown lands was' held at the Police Office, Oooma, on Monday last. The attendance ?was Tery 'poor. After the first lot submitted had been sold, Mr. E. Hewison drew attention to the fact that the «ale had taken place before 11 o'clock ; he had intended to purchase lot F, and protested against the sale. There was ho competition what ?ever for the various lots submitted. Several lots vere; withdrawn from sale, and for others no bid was made ; the result of the sale in a pecuniary ?view, therefore, was very slight, amounting in the whole to about £434 Vs. 6d. only. Lots A, B, O, Q, T, and V were withdrawn from sale; for lots C, B, E, I, J, K, N, and S no offer was made. The following is a list of the lots disposed of: — COUNTBT LOTS. I/rtF, T-ortionl22, 2 acres 3 roods 8 perohes. parish of Cooma; exclusively of a road 75 links wide Upset prioe, £3 per acre Purchased by D. Power. Lot -J, portion 12S, ' 8 acres 3 roods 23 perohes, pariah of Oooma: exclusively ...

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SYDNEY STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

?SXDFEY STOCK REPORT.. ? 'Fat Cattle : The numbers which came forward .were quite . . . 'to the TequirementB of the'trade, and the quality generally; was miiajium to good,: 'lOompetion was brisk, but no altera- ' tion'on''last week's rates to report. Quotations: Primes beef, SOs per 100 lbs; medjiun'to^pod, 17s'«d. Fat£heep;' Tho supply nas 'ample 'ana -the quality generally good. Primed 541b; 'wothers are worth. 10s 6d. iStOreStoekv: A very active demand. iorwell-uredeattleof the right ages for fat tening, but ftwing to! the high prices askqd pn the nprthern ?stations eates'are 'difficult to etfeet. 'Numerous 'inquiries ; - for jHe Southom districts 'ani Victoria, iwhere,- gn conse- - ' quence of, the dematid, high ; rates must rule for some time ; -to come. We wo\ild,' however, strongly advise our friends ; ?to send only choice lots.'which ban' be placed withoiitdelay ?at extreme figures, tfn. sheep' the only, inquiries are 'for' wethers of good ages, which could teadily be placed...

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POST OFFICE AT GEGEDZERICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 19 June 1869

POST OFFICE AT GEGEDZERIOK. iif our last segno we informed our readers that we 'had placed ourselves in communication with the Post Office authorities in Sydney with Deference to the establishment of a Post Office and the appoint ment of. some responsible person to conduct it at Oegedzetick. In reply thereto we were informed the application would be-duly considered. ' On Friday last we received the appended letter, whioh ?we think, will be read with satisfaction by the residents of Gegedeeriek, and we congratulate them ?upon the eucceBS of our effort to snpply this long. weeded requirement 5 — General Post Office, . , - Sydney, Jane IS. 1889. GENTtEiEN,— 'With reference to my letter' of the 2nd instant, I do mvself the honour to inform yon that the Honorable the Postmaster-General has directed a Post ?Office to*e established at Gegedzcrick, and has appointed Mr. Thomas Lynch postmaster, to date from the 1st proximo. — I havethe honor tote, &&, 8. H. Lajibtok, Secreta...

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