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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

Firazi 'z!-FORs?'T TZZTII AND' lREATx.-A fewdrops of the liquid "Floriliie', seprinkled'son 'a wet'tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities, hardens the gums, .prevents tartar, stops deeay,~gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly*-whiteness, and a 'delightful frigranee to the breath.. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from dec~ived teeth' or tol?acco smoke. The "Fragrant'Floriline," being composed in part of honey and swaeet herbs, is deli cious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. P'rice 2s. 6d., of all Chemists and Per-, fmsucrs. Prepared by Henry C. Gallup, 493 Oxford street, London. . 703emnd MIR. RUTTEI, CHEMIST and' URGEON? DENTIST By ,Eirainirta.ion Begs to inform the Inhabitants of Bulrn Buln and surroundiiig Districts' that :he: hlis 'onimenncd Business as above. Horse and Cattle Medicines ulwjas 'in Sioc . 2Sug aadIe T5, o @: ,TZOT lB 00 ONNOa, Man Street, Dandenong, 5addler aal E...

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KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

KENSINGTON PARRS CES. These races, whichto k place at Kensing ton, on Satirday.la'st-eweretivell attended. The firstt evoeiit, rIandicap ,HiuRlld-1R die w'aisseonby'"Iittle' Snowden Uleatini'hg'fiel of mne horses.. Ic'kory was arolo second Thie, rest.,wer, easly, beaten, ;Ooc Robin Ton tihe Handicap "tors Ponies froi, six?other starters. 'l'ie Corinthian Haiidicapi 'iws' w?~ b? Speechiless , oile this' event there "' nine starters. Vina. hiorsesi ran for1 t H:ndicapj Steeplechase, :which, after ?a. hot contest, was won by Opposition":. irC..6Ox's Berry tell it the nst uimp, breaking his leg, and aliid to' be shlot; his rider' was muli shaken, by .the fall:, lessie.won, thyerot easill, Jeat:in ehlit other ho'ses, and MIr. ' eywrdd's Stocksn in a field of sixteen woen the Birthday Handicap: .The.following were, the'results:- ': Slsvtcar luihmns RACE, of 25 sotrs, Twice 'round the. the Courser T: Lovick's ch, g. Little Snowden,i ged', bi Snowden; Ost. 51b. I (Ile ood) 1! S. ,Wallis'sib...

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SCRAPED-UP SCRAPS OF SCRUBBY SCRIBBLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

SSCRAPED-UP 'SCRAPS :OF SCRUBBY: SCRIBBLES. By I rLeswooL. SI niimof an insettled and roving disposition. I am, or was, a sailor.: I man nAmerican. I have beci roind the world: Iain fond of music iand funii ii'in shae~I I can rork' tolerably well- wher I ha?i tioand I b?icka yself T oainst the million to takeit?'as at other times. 1- -; but somebody mnigh oar 01;t! b--t Syour 'I's'; "tell ?uswhat you? ?ose,. to which I reply, Oh'! blow your knows; hold yo'r' tongue, and lend mie your ear and Ict me tell in imy. own way of my various tiubles, labors, frolics, And obsenrations during twelve mniothiasin that eieesirvely fertile, clamp, aiadyand Eucalpitus-icented land of Gipps,native liears, lyre birds, and twisted sticks" On landing at Sandidge sme eighteen months eo,. Ivrlehaledin-: pockets, in which, after haul ing out a iknife, three barracouti hooks, four dis charges, hearing the severli names I lind issumed at different times, having left some sh-ips soiewhat hirrieily, sundry ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

iiiCOMM RCiri BiNIK: OF AUSTRALI Daadonog Branch. With Agencies at Berwick & Cranbourne. Interelsts allowed on Fixed Deposits. Drafts issued on Great Britain, and the Bank's * EBneSl qsAgn ,iagh t.lomL Berwick Agency open Daily. g Cranbourne Agency open every ~ atutiay. IT. M1. SUTIIHERLAXD, Manager. -THE'PRTOVTNCIt- AND SUBURBAN H;aTir;i .BANK.(Limited): "r%.lr 10i DANDENOI? 7&-dORARBOIYOR NE for; the transaction of general banking business.---- it - W. I. BROCKLEI3A1, 2raager. MELBOURRE S AVIN G BA1X.' t"l ,," ?-'ESTALISIiED- 1811. Ofices: Corner of 3;rkbt'tstie'tiand Flinders Line ................... 'est Open daily frmn l til 3o'cloe- tat " " ttl Pt 1 SturilatticaErenings' froiittill fort reve ?i.Ting tost? tGnly• . , Sums reeeired'od OYTSii..1 aduwad and Interet alldweiiit 'triirate of ?orpiiorpeent. Peons ,esiding in the Suburbs or Country;mn 'depiosit by'letter: ". ..- .1 , .I f:. -L 'Number of Accounts open at st July, 1877, 1Au o'1ttdretr t o Depoitorsat1st ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

SOF CIIHASESFOR: ADVlRTIJST G Ti?ent Woox for One Insertion ... . ... s. trY to Thirt Wordos, do ... .. if for One Insertion only. SIhe p~erotr upln all ndreitisnrments appear in_ for Three Months. afde Advertisements are inserted at considerablY reduced rates.:. I?mkiements must. specify on the face of tllem the number of insertion., or they will be con tinuland chargctd fortill coumtcn lnanded. All onlder for witdrm mflol or alterotion to be sent in on the day prior to publication. ?dvertisements can only be discontinued by written orders. DIDECTO. Y. U 1 gEISETT, Plumber and Gasflitter, 134 Lennox mit, near the London Tavern Hotel. Opna IIOLLEI, THOMAS, 64 Little Collins street eat, Melbourne; and Sumnyside Cottage, Chapel stree, St. Kildn. lutchers PtIS1GER, JOIIS, General Family Butcher, _ Rowena Parade, Richmond. -iscellaneous- E 1. 1101T, Water Filter ?alnnfeletrer, 11aE Cardigan street, opposite Argyle squnre, Carlton, formerly of 19 Argylo place, Lygon street. IhOLLAD LOXTO...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY MAY 29th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

VWEDNESDAYI([AYAI? gth,?187.I i'1 Iyv 'aalsnreengrrntO tie uijecOf tlMuni eipal-loans we -desire to--present it in-soie important aspects of which we have as~yet made no retiantni'dandiAivih relate tothlie deterioration of the security throug h th" action- o;frth- Government.rj "pf?er'is lio dbutk Nal- moioh yis scarce at the present time, but we must unhesitatingly express? tie opinon that, if the muniei£1?. pygi?j . had not been materially reddieed by the abolition of tolls, mostof the u sicipal Ld?,iewoald have expAenieedittre or t o diictlty in raisinm moneyl?or rthdiirreqirements e'ven dumitig "'the": present ''filianc?g"ll ipresslod n Tolls have been abolished in a most unstates miiulike'mhanindr"b'f1y"r. erry, while 'no substitute has been provided, for them, and in ·omi" distric?s; ie'ii' tlhed fodnrme'd the principal source of the revenue, the decal ~body'hisbehnreduceitia a' te straits, and public" works have had almost to be sus pended.,. Thus it?is, to a gret lxtent; tka...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

G sa:elle.,EL orardiar/Ig wias pubiilishedl on Sa' 0 turhday. It notifies that Mr J. A. Panton, Justice of tholencu of-Melbourne, has been empowered by his H?tle?l li Cl?ef'Jiitic?e to"ioiosint to tls marriage of minors under tile provisiolns of Act 28 Vict., No 268, in the underneutioned districts :,Anderson's f Creek, Berwick, Brighton, Cheltenham, Collingwood, I Cranbourne, Dandeong,Dromanua,Elthaom,Imerald hill, Fitzroy, Grillth's Point, llealesville, Hleidelberg, Hawthorn, Kew, Mahlvern, sMelboruor, M[ornington, -Oaklciglh-Prhbran; Queenstown, Richmond and Yarra Flats. On Wednuesday last, the deputation! from the Dandenong Council appointedto wait upon the Miin ister of P1iblie Works to endeavour to obtain a grnlt for.rcpairing thoBuach raid, had an interriew with Mr. Patterson; Mr. Ferguson, M.L.A. introduced the deputation:' It was lioiited out thatthe toll on thile Morlial;lo ? ro lL hiviifng been abolished with all the others, the road ets getting into a very bad state, as ...

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CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, May 25th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

tOUntRs E re SIRE COunCIt. meetin;. present Councillors " (_ina the chair), Poole ,,Cridihon'e r Greaves, Focey, Paitterson and e minutes of the previous meeting were sa ednfirmed, and oiitward corre pou 51ae npproOed pAYMiK TS.- t waunts were passed to.thie amount of tlid., and Councillors Rossiter, end Poole, were nappointed to sigh eand the Coudncil then adjourned hdnnheoer to enable contrfmtors; tb Stheir cheques before thie closing ,f CORESPOqNDERaCE, •nm the Shire Valuers, stritin thbtth@b? ompleted the valuation of the district, obmitting same on, form in'' ccordance Ls poittions of the Lbcal Govern-' Act; also applying for an addlitional Seation of £10 each on account obf at amount of labor involved in: the tion of the same. - Councillor htna moved that the consideratioii of letter be postponed till next meeting;o the motion was not secondled.--Conciii - Psolethen moved that the application rasted, but this motion was not ided either.--Councillor IIowarrd idis opinion that t...

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SHERWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 29 May 1878

S' ' SHERWOOD RACES. " " These races caime 'ff, us announced,|on Friday last, i24tl, -,~I the tice little course uadjoiqin-;iigt&L?ý -Sherwood 'Hotel. Thete was ni0o??t.ajve3"liarse nttendaice~ of spectators or coinpetitors$ owing, probably, to the fliot that some: races: were announced to be held on the smiie (ay, at the EumosII mering Hotel. Tlhese latter races hadi nt the last momedt been postpond~ , but I e fact was notli'enerally krnosnl'' Post Bo 6 : ?iwoedl 1' Ilecter!. .A S'tcrs) 2 1hasbeA ^5''"5is(I? prteus) 3 PhlIebondloU thoinniugfro mt start, iut ran off 1it coriif''seL?-Ieetorfteiiok1fie lead, but wms piaTed by st'Bey i Riclimoiind"IL" 7' '1iW Ptcerson) 1 Almond'(itsh3 * j... (fH.yy'e 2 a ng .....s .. i D (JA . lclmyc) 3 Richmond eIddlall tlieay row d, and won easily. ieulySomelievi ) llo ;. i:.r.?' (J. Scott). 1 rmdi .:m;! . ' .; - ' ...4!.'(F.'eywo od) 2 ichmond..:.(P. Petoeon) 3 A goeod'ace. Rmiclimo u ondl isid 'a .post or ae iswould bhar e'ad me" e th ice a...

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ANOTHER VIEW OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

ANOTHER VIEW OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS. The following letter, giving another view of the present and future prospects of Vic toria, appeared i theo Argus of Monday: " We have all been talkiini a great deal of late about the "working m?n;"' suppose we talk a little of oirselves. ' .u: n am anlu Ilizatbeth-street trader of is good few 'years standing, and my' quarterly turnover amounts to a good round sumi. 'In lookinlg back,,I- find that up to the end of 1877 my average was always fairly kept up--in fact,' it was' more thlan keptaup,:is wass steadily" increasing:.' The end of .March,'1878,. told it very dilfferent tale.:'Close on one-third of ýmy business had fallen: off, and at this moment; from mi'iiispection of' my books, Ir can 'see' as elearly as possible that on 'June 3O, -my business will only be one-half' of what it should be. To say the least of it, this is not a very comforting position, but within the lanst week: I havehad long 'conversstions with three of oy "neigtlibourss ihrls ...

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OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. Saturday, 1st June. (Before Messrs. Looker and Irwin, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

OAKLEIGH POLIf `COURT. ,ý ; Sa turday;=, 1st June . r (Before Messrs Lookerarid :Irwin JP.) "Henr' Bell wis mulctied in a hueii of:"s forusng threen zing' words in a public 'i Agnes Barker summoned'John A. Locke butcher.' on a charge'of assault but? the case was dismissed::' :' Francis; Bulch was summoned by, the police, on .three.. separate 'charges.... For Sundaytrading. he was fined 40s., for per. mitting drunken: personsi?to:'emain' on his licensed plremises he 'was fined '20s aniid far wilfilly illow'ingpersons", play an ulawfiul gaime (dice), on his, licensed pre mises he was fined 40s. Arthur Colley was-fined 2s.-Gd. and John 'Marra 5s-for drunkenness.-- ..-- - { William Flaiman, David"-Stewart, ;nnd Frederikli Jeaiies wvereeach fined 2s. Gd.; the offence being gplaying an illegal game!

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, 1st June. (Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis and J. Belliu, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

Saturday, 1st Juine. (Before Messrs. R. E. Lewis : and Ji! Bellii, James Pling and J Prescott were rsum moneid byjithe, police for :depositin,; manure iin a public road; but the hearing of the cases was:postponed for fourteen da'ysr"" ?". ... .Police7. v.Thomas Gould ; not carrying lights;'fined 2. Gd.-Samea v William, Bir gess and Aenrv Burgess;, chiarges of lacin bsiruicidoi'oiibd a public road.l lTh former was, fin~dl10s., and ithi latter dismissed. Same v.,Thomas Gould;, not having control over his horse; finedl0s.-Sanme v: Thomhs Hennessy; negligent drivinig. Fiied 1Os. A'second charge,,of driviig on w'rong side', was dismissed.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

-o Our colwui.arc open Inc t isc Wich are el o/ cit Occtlricua etoerr , Ilf, r: to he lio lloells erlycolo,,l A Jul r entifyoeroleo ill 'ie t cl,ici , our corrcslpolalmta. .itI r.nrun, 4,rtruý,u i sertin incnsi Ibe addresse, I, the Rlenr, n~ r... tIe nouce ancta nlreas a OIlh rro'Jtreo cr n p-r d .c Jicitic.rt

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THE BERWICK SHIRE COUNCILLORS. To the Editor of the South Bourke and Mornington Journal. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

THE BIERWICK SIIIR1E COCUCILLOCl To t.e Editor of the South lourk. non . ",r,; , . Sir--In rending a report, of the Let m bte Icrwick Shlire Council in your jountl c 15th of Mlay, I was quite surpried. a w.,.:. rateltlyers be, at the reque-t of Counineil 1 to have drains cut to improve hi= pros: . expenso of the .Shire Council, and anir,. that request was complied with, as well li ? It: . on Dlltf's road. Now sir, w., the Wesnt ad Noirth 1'akenhn, thint hai, nn rates since 1811, are to be left like tillh I. stuck in tile mud, and our rates expra·td m:.. roads and improvring the rpr of:..... have never paid ten pound, rae ,to tlh." ".. as long as wie put up with our present 0 n, the PalIenhalm Riding, we l ntll nut.\,,::.: share of the rates or endonwmia t. Con:, moves, and Councillor D-, hi?,.n ,:.. and the job is done. I hol, Col:will t explhin to his constituents hi, i i. his absence from hlast meetina . 5ul. 3it i: some of our Sltire Councillor u nullt 'bC It little in the upper ...

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Police Intelligence. DANDENONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 1. Before Messrs. T. Keys and H. Powis, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

ý, Cf . , • '': DANDENO G POLICE'COUR; ',. SSaturday,.June 1. ".i A Before' 1esrq T Key's IaId H. PowisJ:PI ,.George T-.,Usher was summoned by Martin El an for' £13 5s. the- price of a pony: Mr: F: Ste:jhenh appeared for !plaentiff. Ifsi?"s tathdt liii application hand 'been made for tihe money,: and paymenit refused, onjtlie ground ?that -there -was' a contra ' account against. plaintiff amounting to ' £1'0 ihe' iteins (for money lent) extending over iperiod ofeighteen monthsdefendant, and' being ex amined by Mr. Stephen, deposed to their correctness. This account plainitiff disputed: Mr. Stephenithen :raised the objection that. a' set-off had not beeii entered, aind "that those items 'previous to May11, 1877, coild not be sued for in a.police court;:the debt claimed being over twelve months due: -The magistrates' retired td' consider the ?oint, and, on returning, saidthey would lhave to give .a verdict for 'the amount claimed, as several! of the items of the contra account were ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

FRLOEnINE!-FOB THE TEETH AND BRBEATH.-A few'drops of the liquid "Floiilino" sprinkled on' wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or impurities,'hardens the gums, prevents tartar,'stops decay, gies to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, nid a delightful fragrance to the breath. It reinmovs all unpleasant odour arising from decayed' teeth or tobacco smoke. The ."ragrant Florlline ' being composed in'part of hoiey and sweet hc?eh , is deli cious to the taste, aend thbbgreatst toilit discovery of the age. Price 2e. 6d., of all. Chemists and Per fumcrs. Prepared by Henry C.Gil up 403 Oxford War POISON THln SIsC with the 'liquors 'f commerce when a pure stimulantcontaining vege table agents, which endow it with extraordinary alterativo and strentheniing properties, which never excites and invariably affords relief, is jnst as easily procured. If the patient is weak or nervous, his kidneys, stomach, or bowels out of order, -let...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

: IIARlKETS. DA)Dro'o 3LUsOG sR.-Thlere ras a fair atten Sdfance at. the market at Damdenong yesterday. A large number of pigs were penned;, ands good many ~ecattle, fnir prsces'being realized.: Thl pens?'ere well filled with calves, which met a ready sale. Ther: was little miscellaneous produce' broughit forward. The weather was fine. 3t'CA, AnDAsox & Co. report, for the week ending May 29, 1878:-nR?EADSTrrs: In the face of the published statistics, which show an increase of 1,603,434 bushels over last year's crop, wheat and flourlave both declined,.andtareat unsteady plries." - lillers' also,iin tle fance of eoisignuie?ts 'of 1,200 tons from the country and oastwise, will not puschnse prime milling samples of wheat over 5s. 4id. ands 5s. d. Yesterdnlyiiiithe opin market,' we were offered 5s. 5d., and we declined it. Medium lines were disposed of at 5s. and 5s. 2d. The best brands also of northern flour are at. £11 7s..t d. for "'°]irge ?rinels, and £11 1Os. and £11 13s. Gd...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

I ? NESD, YJU , tt .S t 878. 1 TILE extreme 'clts:of .the Government are now, a-s;mightli have been expected had the Miiistirylvenii me?: of loresiht or competent to fillfil the. positiois, they have accepted, beinig enerally felt Now that the result of 'their actions is telling upon the corn munity, instead of retracing their.steps they. attempt to brazen out their position. No better course'canb.e found by them, under the circumstances, than to try to shift the blaidi from their own shoulders to those of others. The ruse will not do, lowever, ;theyshould be compeilled to hold office until thlev have undone every act of theirs which hliis led up to.tlie present disastrous position of the colony. Tile Premier was waited upon by another deputation of some 200 of the unemployed oii londay, which caused him to get out of temper, and threaten to take such steps as wouhl, in ftet, take money out of the liorket of those to whom it bellond, to puioid work for the unemn pln?eil. A sort of h...

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DEATH OF DR. MACARTNEY, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

DEATH OF' DR. MACARTNEY. :, Dr. Macirtney,. a Znember,'of Parliameint :Feii'shesifin;g' South'"Gilibsldnd -died s:sil defl, and ptndeei"somewhht npeculir 'dici€m stances at the liairkly A ,rms,Wilalmhistowsn, on;Sunday, afternoon:. It appears,that the deceased '~itad, been staying. at :,ther house for. tie, past seven or eight weeks '"and that wjhiletliere iheiad indulaid in strong liquor to a considerabll extent. ::,On Friday, even ing. he -became illi and' Dr; Figg being sent for, 'found that ho ,,was- snifering' romin delirium tr1 s. Ihe doctor prescribed a preparation of lilorial is ch iv tken with. such beneficial.resulis't at, yesterday. .morning .Dr.r4Macartney was greatly .im: proved'. in'health On' Saturdy. evening his ,.if,Me as.' Maci'iney,' cilled to see 'her hulisbaiid, fronalt s bi.'shel.adl ,ben, separ sated, with respect to. the payment: of money due to her for' the"maiitenance of their cliil "dre:n Heh'bowever iiefused tod'seelier:. She went again yesterdy, morniiin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 5 June 1878

'',To':C t I!bli k i .'v11y "1 <bLcrcclcasqahl s nds nttentoul,,nrmctbe bed. I'RFXTA:H1 QI DACCONIST. ,I:v` srnn *CHEMIST and z.SURGEONDENT.IST Beg~l'ta'iitfdll 't ic`/fithlhitimts' of Mihtt'B aeti ii · surrdoundingd Dnbtricts rthtllie 1haohicornieiij d :t":ýI nr, ,' ,;rr iieiaess~ lis; abovi: 'io ý.nl~i:·nl:! Hared. and JCahel(edaiciee4 aiwnaijen $S(erol 28ug .11 flinl Sa d.1erc, &C.'( rn r r POI/OBJ.!5 ~oiw}tv ,0psrJb A1.u jws 6.asT / 1~,hV ii di iL x 1 fid d ittrJa Itu atsayojdn ,ta~umrgsqý3s us, pplnoqxta, , q ]I ea~.U{ qVoddng .zwqe. yajo maaq .aox6jasuu. oust us omanss 04 paWv ,b ta i~o tji 'a~iaa IA )q J rn~i~ IISFIdII.17r !11woi ,t ll· I *Low±'oq. jd n c 'eitQ ' p 4"I'm q1 s 1~\ iiiii R. BOT iAi km9"'""3" 1~'"~~ bubLnes ?eonncettoaitkthea1iad'or: :'l) tfueo:sniw WoIrut"11/rp rticsi ,H! !f i lyd ! f. aI i 1 [ TO II j golIr!: i1"~?"s:;'a ý;:1!:;;· .Z ..l " , ') 'rIsi ath:r U d''1B11,1 lil UJ 8 i,11 ." 1 111 14 11 0 1 1 15. U 1 .t ,t Cu'st whncrnl~tort'ieItl-...

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