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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 21 May 1885

. CAULK «MES^GES||\ triozt OU* Wu C0ttBESP0XT»K>T8.) { ETJEOPSATT intWúti^ L'oxDox, May 11. . At a meeting of the .directors of the discount was "further reduced tcT'two and half, per cent. Three per cent. Consols' arc quoted at £9i)j", showing' a further advance of one-eighth. The market jsitc of; discount,is"one- and aj half per cent.. Xew~ South Wale« four pervcent inscribed;:stock: is quoted at £100, heilig an improvement of £1 Muring thc week. A rise of £1 has also taken place in Queensland four per cent J inscribed stock, which arc now selling at £101. The price of thc best Straits, and Australian tin rcinains unchanged at £S5 10s per ton. _. ." Orders have been 'despatched to Colonel Stewart to proceed to Herat. : At a meeting of thc Loudon Chamber of Commerce, under the presidency of Sir Wm. M'Arthur, ii was resolved to .establish an Australian Trade Section. Earl Granville, iu.. tho: .House' of Lords, and Mr. Gladstone in thc House of Commons, made a further, aiiiiounce ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 21 May 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. rr -May in.-Maranoa,«_s.,Capt.Hampton, froniSrd . ney, tu port«. Pa*senjret»-Hon. A. H. Wilson, «towru. Lew. ZsUneiscb. und li in steerage. ?ay H.-Glanworth, SA. Cont. I«, from Bru bane, m porta. PoKtnvcn-MuKsDiekwn, Swift. »ox, lovell, lloran. Brabazon. M »»rs. Boen net. H: Barr. E. K'lean, T. Bernard. I". Haiel, B. James. W¿Parktto. C'. Brown. G. Clarke. P. AUdndge, HtrStiuann, M'Leaji, and 10 in »teerage. towri' -°fa",reT,ll> Cap*-.' from Cook CMktownT*11"'"10*' "" Cavt" HamI,ton- from May ir.-Katoomlw. a.s" Capt. Arnutronir, from Melbourne, via Sydney. Brislune, and ports. Pas- sagers-Mesar». Tandy. Macarthur, Williams, 2ttt£ut?Uje-Lia>r-aod 3 »» steerage. .Mar A-Burdekin. s.s.. Capt. Keir, froni Towns Title, ria Johnstone Biver.- - « -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 21 May 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. rjpHE Company's Steamers leave this port EVERY THURSDAY FOR NORTHERN PORTS, and » EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FOR SOUTHERN PORTS. For Fares and Rates of Freight, apply at the Couimny's own Ofllee, at Wharf. BURNS, PHILP and CO. (LinrrM>), Agents. lilMITKD. Incorporated under "The Companies Act." 1S43. BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital Pud-op Capital Reserve Fond . Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Ai say. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Crurent Rate«. Drafts issued on Head Outer, Branches and Agento. Advances made against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual hanking business transacted. : WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairns Branch. .« fJIHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10s per quiter, or Jt£ annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a large circulation, and claims to be a reflex of the Wild River tin, silver, and copper mines. EDWARD MYE...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. May 23. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Eaq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

.... POLICE COFlíT. , (r (Before W. B. O. HiU. En., P.M.) . ' Ah Loe, charged with the larceny of a cash hos from Collinson and M'Kay's butchering establishment, was sentenced to three months imprisonment with hard labour ia .Towns- ville gaol. Permission waa jrrantdd to "Mrs. Paris to have music in her licensed house (the Queen's Hotel) for three months. May 27. B. Stephens r. G. M'Kay-assault. Jere- miah Smith stated lie remembered the 16th instant, and saw defendant insult plaintiff, and saw him try to bite him ; did not see plaintiff try tn bite defendant; could not tell «ho struck the first blow. James Drum- mond deposed to witnessing thu senfln ; did not *ee defendant bite .or try to bite plain- tiff. Constable Orr stated that having seen a crowd ot the butcher's shop bc went, and saw the mark of teeth on plaintiff's breast A number of other witnesses being called for the defsacsv.the dsfeadaat was ordered to be detained in the lock-up for 12 hours, and to pay costs amounting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

Mall Serviré BETWEEN CAIRNS AND BUSSELL EIVEE. r...iàTa Cairns every Friday, at 7 aaa. Arrive Edithvale every Friday, at 9 a.ni. uve Edithvale every Friday, at 9.30 a.m. Arrive Bussell Biver (Tonuzi's) every Fri- day, at 0p.m. --. Leave EûsseU River (Torazzi's) e very Thurs- day, at S ajn. ^_ ; Arrive Edithvale every Thursday, nt 0 p.m. Leave Edithvale every Friday, at 4.30 p.m. ; "Arrive Cairns every Friday, at pjnl ' . avpacxai Colaau. APLIN', BKOWX AXD CO., LrVlTED, TOWNSVILLE. THE above Company intend running a a Steamer between. Townsville, Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and johnstone Biver, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon. 1'or Fares and Freights apply to - -- BURKS/- PHILP, and CO., _ - .T ... .Agents. EDITHVALE AND SWALLOW'S WHARF. The B.g ZEUS will leave for the above EYEEY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock a.iii.. Returning same dj*y, com-1 uieneini; on Monday, thc Stu inst. ¥o-J¿MX' ana Freigut», apply -. ^ ^BUKX...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

NEW ZEALAND. WELLIXMOX, May'27.* Colonel Hamilton proceeds to Sydney to represent New Zealand at thc demon- stration on the occasion of the arrival of Xew South "Wales contingent from the Soudan, and to ' convey thc con- gratulations of that colony. Before the opening of Parliament both Chambers, the library and vestibule, will be lit by the electric light. .,. The MABYBoaocGH Cnoiicu states that the effect ot the new timber regulations on the timber industry is now being felt, and the weakest are in danger of going early to the wall. The regulations are being felt in the same way as the attitude of the present Government to the sugar industry was felt, viz.. through the. finaicial institutions. Persons engaged in the industry, and were formerly ia good credit, h<tve now to face the unpleasant fact that the basts are in- disposed to accommodate thew while UH rass- ing governmental regulations arc held tit terrortm over their beads. This is illustrated by the bet that a fo...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS: T ^ f l May 23.-Ranelagh, s.s. Capt. Beel, from Brisbane, via ports. Passengers-Mrs. Collet, Mrs. Coulter, Miss Jamisson, Messrs. Williams, Minton, Collet, Coulter, A. Brandt, and W in the steerage. MAT a.-Eiiuelanb. »j»?Capt. Heel, trom'Cóok. town. iMayS*.-Warrego, Capt. Phillip?, from Syd TU p»rt-í. »taj ü.-Waatworth, sj.. Capt. Munro, from Xol hwruti. Tit Sydney, Brid lune, anil ports. FU&MIB. «vi« - 5 ia Mteersire.

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Our European Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

Oar Earopeaii Letter. irsoM ovs om COMMWOSBKKT.) - > Áccoaoixa to the arrangements men- I tioned in my last letter General Gra , ham, with a'foree of 10,380 men, made "\ a reconnaÎBance on March 19 in the ; direction of Hasheen, found hut few ' Arabs, and then returned to the camp at Suakin. On the 30th our troops established a strong, position in the llashcen Valley, but found that the enemy fought with great boldness. On Sunday, 32nd, the second movement was made to establish a zareba; eight miles ? out, oii the site occupied by General Graham's force last year on their advance on Tamai. AU went well until half-past 2 o'clock, when loud tiring was heard, and it was evident that the force was . heavily engaged. The Guards were immediately des- patched from Suakin, but only ad- vanced four miles, as a message was i'ashed by telegraph that .the-, enemy 1 ad been repulsed, and our fore*?1 safe ; hut they met on their way large num tem ot transport men, cnnip followers, I--V »...I.A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

PUBLIC NOTICE, tj: THE LAND BOARD will arrive here pur s.s. Glanworth THIS MORNING, anil can be interviewed daring the time the steamer remains in port at the Land Office. The Board will bo glad to have suggestion» respecting Land required for Selections. V KV T. HARTLEY;' , . Acting Land Commissioner. . Lands Öiliee, Cairas, May 21, 1S.S5. ~M\mï DIVÎSÂrBÔiÏD7 THE GENERAL MONTHLY MEETING : of the Members of the above Hoard will 1* held nt the Divisional Hall on WEDNESDAY, June 1), 1SS3. Business :-Genend. J. A. HUNTING, Cleric to the Hoard. FRED. T. WIMBLE, AUCTIOXEEIf, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Laud Vnluatioua and General Commission Business promptly attended to. ^ Liberal Ailvuncus made upon tfootl aeimri Tempornry Office: Corner Spenct'-strcct «nd Esplanade, next to the Pout and Tele- graph Office, Cairns. _ Clients can rely upon their communica- tions being treated ns strictly private ami confidential. ALLOTMENT LAND. Abbott-street, for Sale. FI!ED. T. WIMBLE, Lund .uni Estate Agen...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

Our Xd:;.-hours. -/ [f'Ü7Jl OUK OWN COURB^PONDENTS.] IIEKBKUTON. _ . .. - »»y2i Tut: tiro Htir1*ert*m impera rr«ro publialied to-diíy nt lioodi find will; I understand, con tiütiu Ut tin si) 1:1 tile future, lit these means tlie centres in the district,- stich _ fia Watsonville ami Irvinebank, will receive thc papera thc same day, anil by thc issue of a supplement carly ou that day, or ou thc day previous, thc Hodgkinson «¡ll receive late telegrams. A land sale toot place on Tuesday of sonic allotiucut-:, at what may bc termed South Herberton, which means on thc opposite side of the Wild tiver, opposite tn Williain rtrccti nml which will eventually bc thc traffic rollte to the western road. The upset price was £M per acre. Now, here is how tho matter staud?, showing that the upset jirice was too high ¡ Although fr.ir allowances were- uinde ? for improvements none of tliü íuiproveis bought thc allotments, but ten wei'« sold to one gentleman, thc purchaser being Mr. P. W. ; Pears,-. f...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

Ow HríMbaRe Letter. ! (»BOX OUB OWN CORBK8K1NIHMT.) I TIIK great news of last week was'the floating of our loan. ' Wc have got £2,500,UÜt>, enough " to' carry on our works for another fifteen months nt any mle, mid thu anxiety which was felt in nil iiiinrtcrs fiboul the îtiiiiK-dÎHte future is ulk'ViiitUlt, M thc ?*.!>«, *iie« our loan was hy no means so groat a success as colonial loans hare lately been. Thc price realised was nearly two per cent, less than we obtained last year for a larger loan in a worse market, and the amount offered was only &SIÚ01*) mo!* tiihii Was il sk dd for instead of nearly three times the amount, as was the case with the Vic- torian loan only two days before, which shows Hint Our kiictÜt is gtiilig Qo'wlt iii Lolldbil, ¡Hld iiUikiy thc success of the next instalment of thc ten millions which will have to lie offered in the face of a considerable deficit in revenue rather doubtful. However, it is not worth whi'é to look so fur nhesil fur' t...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the CAIRNS POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

. Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the CAI irs B FOBTO Si»,-I read with considerable astonishment ia the Brisbane papers un extract froui the C-UBNS CJIBOXICLK relative t» uiy attempt to introduce sericulture ia this colony a few years since, which contains, as uuuy un- truths as could well be compressed into so gwull a space, and I ask leave to contradict thom. The plantation I began to form in 1870 was in no respect a failure. Three good judges of such uiatteré-Mr. Angus Mackay, Mr. Mernays, and Sir Thomas Mcilwraith visited it on dîneront occasions, and were weil satisfied with what they saw. In all I had ¿lucres of land planted, out of which . l-l were of good alluvial soil, and the re- mainder of a kind which suited the large leaved kind (uiorus muttecuulis) required for the earlier stages of the worm, from its carly budding1 and the tenderness .of the buds. When I gave up the attempt, in 187G, the ...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

Toe, Government w calling tenden far 'the' coaitructtoB of » Lnilway iftba Bumun to Bundaberg. The aervicea of a'second company of Scottiaa Bile« kare been ofered to the Gofarn aient. The Qaeenaland Turf Club Meeting conatHwed »ni Saturday., The .weather ww nae, and there waa an attendance of : about 300O .people including the Governor -Mri Lady --Mu^pwr*.'? ??Tl* foMowiaxg » tte reaalt of the day'a racine:-Maiden Plata: Argyle 1, Ole* 2, Wetheroradafe S. ; Then were ten .tartera, the «iaaer corning in by a length. ¿Ma^b Ita-Wiaaa :^ Lancer 1. Galatea Í, Counterfeit 3. Bieren norata rttaftea) f oe faVir evaat, «hei avapffltCd race en ward batar- Gabatea, My Love, : Lancer, and Çowttérf eit,' who ran raeeh and necFlrôiu>d~the coane. "Läaeer earae .»» at tW¡hea»e tvnrr* aaal-woM .wily by * lea*rt>»*d **!f*;W?'* Bace: Claret 1, Zut 2. There were cíg'it starters, ,thé winner coming iii easily. Moreton Handicap: Snrabahda 1, Iriendki-B 2, Presto« 3. For this nice fifteen horses fac...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

3(% *¿a¡rtt$ ¿Jost. THURSDAY, MAT 23, 1885 ~ " tiainsteed 700 Casks WeeUf. THE latest cablegram from London an-. nouucea that tba An^Ut^siaisanCoy Mi-ion «inmiirté* to f*«)I<»» putes arLñngiu regard to territory ia the South Pacific, have concluded,their labours and : pr-«ted reportai to their respective Governments., for the last few inontha Australiana have been too much occupied with the threatened rupture between England 'abd Butül to ? pay much attention -to --tte New Guinea protectorate, ? but now . that General Scratchley-the High-Com- missioner appointed-is about to enter on hi* duties, the old utterest ju that island will revire. We confess that the feeling in Australia concerning- the protectorate established is not of an enthusiastic nature. Sir Thouuú M'll wraith, previous to his' resignation, sent up our police-magistrate, Mr. Chester, to annex Kew Guinea, and formally took possession by hoisting thc British flag. Lord Derby, for reasons which we can how bett...

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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

t,, CUBIJE, MESSAGES. ~] l*BQM Or« ÓWX COBBEÄlH>M)KNTS.) XUBOPSAK NEWS. Losnox. Mav 2:L A settlement of tho difficulties arising from a renewal of the Crimes .Act question- in eoufiniwd. .Tlie ST.VSOAKO to-d*y. declare* tliat the Russian Government has advanced a fresh claim'which consequently re- tarded (lie progress of thenegotiations wrth Great Britain. lu tl« House of Commons to-day Lord Hartington stated, in reply to "a .juustioii, that it'was not desirable to (.splain the stoppage of the Guards at Alexandria*, \)Ut they luid not been stopped with a view to their employ- ment elsewhere. Mr. Gladstone, replying to a question as to the possible occupation of Suak'n hy Italian troops, said the English Government had ouly conferred with Turkey, aud with no other power. ? . A settkiaetit of the difficulties arising from the question of a renewal of the Irish Crimes Act is confirmed, but Sir .Charlea Dilke and Mr. CitautUrbiiit tnial thc renewal of thc. Act for a whole year, the f...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

Local Items. The abstract of proceedings of the Northern Separation League is neatly printed in pamp- let form by Mr. Wilmett, of Townsville, copies of which may be had at this oflloe.   Mr. F. T. Wimble, who has been sojonra- ing in Brisbane for a few weeks, is a pas- senger by the incoming intermediate boat, the Quiraing, which is expected to arrive here on Sunday next. Whether it is from shere cussedness or necessity we do not know, but the secretary   of the Jockey Club had a telegram from Her- berton yesterday morning stating that the club had fixed on the 3rd of September as their first day oí meeting, the same date as that announced by the Cairns Club four weeks ago. Either of the two clubs must give way.               We are in receipt of the first three num- bers of the NORTH QUEENSLAND TELEGRAPH, published as an evening paper in Townsville. It is the special...

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Queen's Birthday. THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

Queen's Birthday. . THE BALL. = THE sixty-sixth anniversary bf Her Majesty's birthday was duly observed here as a strict holiday, business being entirely suspended. The ladies, who must be reckoned on as an indispensable and important factor, were busying their: heads about the Cricketer's Ball, and to do them bat scant justice, they made it a success. On entering the kali the first thing that attracted thc eye was the tastefully executed decorations of evergreens, flags, lanterns, and appropriate monograms; carried oat by G. Ambrose, under the super- intendence of the committee. The floor was in splendid condition for dancing, smooth as a skating rink, but the gay and splendidly attired assembly seemed more a page from dreamland than a common reality. In the letters of the late Mrs^Carlyle she describes to her husband a performance at Drury Lane, «here the scenery and dresses oa the stage were bewildering, but naively uAJs " Thank God. to-morrow they .will appear as simple mon and ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

. . HEW SOUTH WALKS. SvDSEV, May 23. .... Tlie Government rcceircd a,telegram 'from "the Agent 'General.tluV morning stating tliat there is no truth in the report that tim Arab was detained by ¡order of 'lim liilpefitil (»«tvol'ntiumL Slr", Dailey received a telegram from Colonel ' Hiehanlsnn stating that the infantry invalided at Suakin will be brought on hy an Orient steamer.- At present 750 men are aboard the Arah. IS sick, but doing well. Lieutenant Pritchard, who Vtiîtliiîl'L'i'l'd il'om Queensland,- has been ordered to re- turn to Brisbane. Archbishop Moran leaves for LoiidUii per Austral on'-Jillie May 25. Thc Turf Club Meeting at Randwick took place to-day, thc weather being glorious: There was an attendance of fully 10,000 persons present. The fol- lowing is., the . result _.of... iii«_ntnin event»:-llUf-die lince: Indian Queen l; Kockct 2, ÍPvrüu»;:!.! KwtSH»};«! Stake* V Tloiieytlew " 1. Kapierte. S, Storm 3. Sixteen Horses sfitrted, the winner c'btüing itt ftisüy by thre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

"TOE (MUS POST,** , ' A WKEBXT JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAT MORNING. The CAIBMS POST affords an excellent medium, both to Local and Southern Adver- tisers, being widely circulated throughout the Colonies. especiaUy Brisbane. Towns- ville, 'Wild Raver, Goldsborough, George- town, Ingham, Mackay, Cooktown, Charters Towers, Port Douglas, and Geraldton dis- tricts. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION NORTH OF TOWNSVILLE. Caaraataasl 700 CcpfaM Each ISSVM. Prices-Paid in advance, 31s per annum; tis Od per quarter ; Booked, 26s ~ per "annum. ' ADVERTISEMENTS: I »<r>w lui ?? !.1... ... » O EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING m»m iimîHUîntm, AT LOWEST KATES, AND EQUAL TO SOUTHERN SFEC'rjtEXS. Especial care and attention will be given to this branch, while promptness can always be relied upon. The plant contains all the latest American and English type novelties, as well as the most improved .-team machinery. WALL, ALLEN AND CO., PROPRIETORS, lAto-atraat, Cahra». GLOBE HOTEL, ABBOTT-STREET,...

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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 May 1885

THE KEGATTA. We hare not advanced so far as tue Hanlan-Beach stage in aquatics, but the Boating Club gave us a good days amuse- ment on Monday. From experience ' wo know what a hard thing it is to interest the public in out-door sports of any kind except horse racing. Cricket and boating rank foremost in the list of manly exercises,' but the interest in these content* must be, to a, great extent, confined to those who take a part in them. Over 200 sightseers assembled on the whirf and esplanade to witness the proceedings of our athletes. Imagination could not- picture- a -better- day.--A- fresh southerly breeze was blowing, giving every opportunity for sailing.. There was hardly any "excitement until ' the"" foür-oäred race commenced. The pilot boat was trimmed very nicely for a walk over, and betting mea thought she . was a certainty for thia ncc. luit the fishcrnien'a-'fcoat was-altogetaer toa maur far her. afr. Livoiu rowed in * style, and so did Mr." Cochrane'," but tho former t...

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