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SYDNEY. Monday, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

SYDNEY Monday, June 19. | A telegram' from Iiondon reports the arri val of the Decapolis,'fi"6m Brisbane. i The Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition was opened ^rith. great eclal.

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday, June 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

BOMi POLICE QOURT. Monday* JanelS. (RtJnw fliA Pftllfff r The application, of J. M'Phiilamyfor & slaughtering license wasgranied. * Sn&y,^Joae^3. - (Before the PoliceMagtBteiic.) Johnrobbery. ^ a etowklelpLr of the and cases; seized fordebt; to" my missing; anee^m^tae f&t vbaJt F^^Lvcto be' one ~^'&e Ptt*s£ "OMiisV imBriwA*--!Mm* ^ ^ I ^**3* 5*iBMloa^Caafyv yew. _^t tlasrpqat," meamn^ the .oac he wjus tliaa weanii^ jherepOsd, -" Bob Hoons gavB it to me; ^inj said it was too small for-him * I theu toldhimthero^rere ten $«ir tztmaen »nd two cratsehortin the cms ; he agkai me to go down witli «wn to where the dnty waB, *s there was a PgWiM nAinnonnff 4n -HaV lT».a *■-- •'■•» • TO «w» nomea onvip draytbAt ""gh* thrww some light Upon tiie missiiiggoods ; i™twiflipo«mer«nd examined tiwpareeL ®u* fo^a«WMngi PO*toer «hm iaolc «he "it its yoaw iataj it ;** I har» ^ ®Muid my erf Mm .goods "Twytnig • Seaior^JonsfcaMe Smyth dcgxiaedz I auwtod JOMW'liied him tAeie...

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THE BLACKBURN MURDER. From the Times, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

f'THE BLACKBURN MUTtDER. From the 'Times, April 17. Great excitement prevailed in Blackburn last night when it became known that the polipe had taken into custody William Fish, : barlier, of 'Moss-street, on the chaise of mustering Emilj; Holland on March 28, and hadfound portions of the skull and hair of a child.. ,SuspicLon had ^^ys ai±a<died to the barber,whokeeps a lock-up shop and resides at 162-Moss-street, with his wife and, two children. The discovery of the skull was made in . a. most extraordinary manner. Ohi^Hcohstable Potts haid arranged with a man earned Preston, to bring over two of his dags, one half bloodhound and spaniel, and the oilier a Clumber spaniel. Police-detec tivesHolden and Llvesey were sent out with the idogs to^tiie place where the trunk of the body "was found .at Hatewell, but nothing was scented. They returned to Blackburn, and MrvPotte thendecidedto have the dogs taken to Fish's «hop, and the shop of a barber named Denis Whitehead, who also...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

MELBOURNE. Messrs. Power, Rutherford, and Co., report the sale of 1100 head of cattle at a. slight ad vance on hist week's rates. About 13,000 sheep were penned,-and also brought an ad vance oil last "week's prices.

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SURAT. [FROM OUR OWS CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

SURAT. [FROM OUR OWS CORRESPONDENT. ] The hope that had been entertained that we would have fine weather for our races was destroyed on the Monday night by rain setting in until 11 o'clock on the morning of the first.day's racing.It was thought the races would be postponed,', but as .about 11 o'clock it cleared up, and the sky promising a fair day, the stewards thought it advisable to start the first race at 12 o'clock and go on with the day's programme. Notwithstanding the Tain the course was in very good condition, but the attendance was not so large as might have been expected, consider ing-the-very liberal "programme offered, although the owners of booths seemed to do a fair share •of business considering the few spectators that were present. Luncheon was provided by Mrs. Marshall, of Tata's Hall Hotel, and Mr. T. Shanahan, of the Koyal, that would do credit to any racecourse in the colony/ Mo doubt we have to attribute thepoor attendance at this year's racing to the" heavy drou...

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THE COLT "NEWMINSTER." (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

£From the Australasian.) INewminster is the first youngster that I ■^ver added the Two-year-old Stakes, Ascot Tale Stakes, and Sires' Produce Stakes to the] 3ffaribjtnong Plate, albeit Maid of All Work rwon^three outof the four, and rata second "for the other. ' The ea^r manner 111 which he ^disposedof his opponents has not been lost sightof by the public, who, as usual, tena ciously follow success, and consequently New minster is the popular idol of the day, just «s bis delations' Hamlet and Fishhook were "wien they won their two-year-old engage ments. Whether lie will pull his admirers . through, as Kingsborough did in the A.J.C. Derijy/ or disappoint them,, as Hamlet land .Kshhook <lid, time alone'will show; but with aid and condition to help him, the blue riband of Victoria should certainly fall to his lot Many breeding students aver tliat New minsteris the best bred animal in Australia. -<Jeirtsinly -he is the most fesluonably-bred younijster engaged in tb...

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ADELAIDE. Thursday, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

ADELAIDE. Thursday, June 22. 1 The P. and O. Company's steamer China j arrived at Gleiielg to-day, bringing mails via Brindisi to May, 12th. \ A -telegram from liondoii dated May 29th states that general anxiety exists on- account of the crisis in Eastern affairs. The underwriters at Lloyds are demanding -war risks for insurances. Three more Ironclads are ordered to join the British' squadron, in. the Mediterranean, making ten in alL . On the 30th. May news reached London that the Sultan of Turkey had been deposed, and made a State prisoner. Imrael Effendi, the heir presumptive,, has been proclaimed Sultan. Great .rejoicings, are reported as having obcurred'ak ConstontanoDle. The London, press consider the dethrone rnentof the Saltan a favorablestep towards the peaceful solution of the Turkish affaire. Another ^telegram dated June. 1st state? that England and France have recognised the revolution in Turkey. i Mr. Disraeli in the House of Commons ; stated thattW^presentingof the Berl...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

!,. ' pl^, / j {from ode owh ookebspohdent.j . j - There ib a rumbr carrent Jhat $he oldPloragh l has iaJlen intothe possession finally of'the E>maa Catholic pgctaoa^ of the comrannity. len the building was submitted to public iction some sx months ago,itwaa purchased t- Bishop Qmnnat theteBerro price, but the le tothe land was found to be^defectave, and t" was supposed the purchase hadlapsed. _ Such ppeaxs now not to be the case, as .the 3lev. i notified to the tenants that -ttieir room Is are desirable than their company, and they. ' quit. 32ie report further 'aJserts "that a ™~" ornun'a school is to beesiablished in g in question, end the Roman Catho : School, now-held in .chapel, >qnite dw ; from the National Schools, is to be closed, re-opened again in charge of the nuiiSj^at Chose gents who live by theirwjts,in prefer to hard work, and who are '^ways ttobe id where men most do cong^ate/idid a etty smart trade in the by-^ayB.ijof ^.our aughfares dating the race week. - Th...

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THE TURF IN THE DAYS OF THE MAMLOOK SULTANS. (From the Pall Mall Gazette, February 14.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

THE TURF IK THE PAYSOF THE (From the iPaJl MaM Gazdtei Febrttary 14. ) In his account of the races recently held at Cairp, the Times correspondent -writes that of ' the thirty nine horses entered five were.Bngr lish. The Khedive does all he can ito en courage the breed of Arabs, but on 'this oeca-. rion he was successful witli-a hbrse of Eoglish descent bred by himself. This horae wpm the Grand Prix National of J6700 for ihnee-year olds bred in Egypt.- ..It. would eee|n that the people take little or no interest in the races. There was no crowd on the road that Jed from . the city to the course, where a few booths «iid duty for a grand stanid, and neither " stir nor bustle denoted that any unusual event , was about' to take place. Very different tothis must have beien the scene presented Tjy the races held at Carlo in the days of the Mamlook Sultans. Among these rulers ot- Egypt, horsemen by descent, none was more distin guished for his attention to the management of the Royal studs...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

ihat^i»iaict^«ome^o S»« #Si9pTO|IS^8iS^BOp» oon^nla^^Svw^iSl tbro^afllrCT^ 'ihe^^roicifgEtt drips theechoolfl . v Hodg«^l]M^.MJ@^^^pBi mittee ^ St Ga^' m we the opportunity afforded 3>y fl»63iur2 sence to pointont Hx6 neoessiiyfor5 creased accommodation, as me at...,. was so overcrowded as to greawyhinderthe work of teaching, indeed, so zactcli u«o» ^iai the »xrinberofchildren; now what stops have been taken inthIsmattor,o* what answer was given by the liiq^ctn io llie representations of the committee, but believe that either a new school house wiUbeerectedot perhapssome addition tolhe oldn^^nll :be made with as little delay as possible. TheBchool at u ; factory condition,and jnayTrellbe proud of the ineans thegtaiehas provided them with for "the ^ttc^ohoftheir : children- TheSchtkfoafc CharleviUejMitehell, and Hodgson, though onty ashort'tune in itera tion, are a greatboon to the residents *>f xhd» rising townships, and praiseworfchyefforts have been made by themio procure to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

GOOD HBW81 HTbillamy ft H'Lachlm TTAVifl much pleasure in informing the Roma ■* "■: Public, that Uit their intention to : OPEN A JBOSDJESS on or about the 1st July, as BUTCHERS, &C..&C. Inthe premises lately occupied as the Western Star Office* and. hope by a Eopplyof the PRIMEST ARTICLE, &om one of the Best Herds in Queens land, to merit a &ir share of public patronage.. N.B.—Mr. MThttxawy willtafeB control of the town business. FAIR BATES. 278 TO CAPITALISTS. A GOOD INVESTMENT. Trade enough for Six. fl *0 LET, reasonable, the Easiness PREMISES 1 formerly occupied by Downes and liawton, and all appliances for doinga big baanesa. Apply to "283 . JOHN ff. IR\ NOTICE. Jk Ii ACCOUNTS owing to the late firm of -**■ DOWNES and LAWTON, Batchers, not paid on or before the 20th instant, will be sued jar, irrespective of persons. FRANCIS DOWNES. NOTICE. UNLESS JAMES HARNELL (known as Narren Jim) communicates -with me (his Wife), within "Three Months from this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

Business, i on approved Securities, atn^OBak Deposits, and .issues ' -«Uaiis «n ilie Bank Branches,and Agencies, vibe Australian Colonies and United Kingdom, &C. ... :.'- ;v=,BL C* CLEEYE, - - • Manager. - Roma, ^larch 18j J875, v. i THE QUEENSLAND. IATIOML BAM UMTTED., . _ v ; CAPITAL, £500,000. 1 . (YTlXSt fOWBR TO ISCEKABE TO OSB MlIilON). ~ Subscribed Capitax, £500,000. . Pah> or Capital £250,000. •. HEAD OFFICE: BRISBANE. BRANCHES; Maryborough MHlchester. Rockliampton Boma Stan-thorpe Soowoomba , Townsville. Maytown -Cobkfcown Dalby -ijympie Ipswich : Warwick Tambo AGENTS in London, * New South £Wales, -Victoria, South Australia, .WestemAXistra - . lia, ISew Zealand, Tasmania, :New York, ;San ;Fi^incjsco,- Jiidia, and the East. THE .ROMA BBAUfCH jT^F ,±he aljove^Bankgirants Drafts, negociates. " „3tnd collects Bills of Exchanged any <»f tbe;;>aboyer7iatiii»i: Bianche^S:; and Agents, - and tra»s»&£yeiyjie^riptio^ Interest allowed on Fixed Deposit...

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IPSWICH. Tuesday, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

IPSWICH. Tuesday, June 20. J The Hon. George Thorn addressed a veiy large meeting at the School of Arts last night. He thanked the electors for his unopposed return, and stated that the colony wanted, better administration and less legislation. About £750,000 had been lostsineesepara tion through defective administration. - Hie regretted the secession of one or two members of his party, but hoped Mr. Pettigrew would; think better of it, and rejoin their ranks. He charged Mr. Palmer with telling an un truth relative to the appointments to the CounciL He (Mr. Thorn), had withdrawn the Council Amendment Bill because he saw there was not the slightest chance of passing it. The deficit at the end of June would amount to ,£40,000. As neither the indus trial or producing interests would bear heavier taxation, he proposed meeting the deficit by increasing the price of hind to all. purchasers excepting the homestead selectors, .and charg ing the Chinese more for their miners' rights. Large r...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1876. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

®Ij;e Mesfmi HQ MA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1876. LATEST INTELLTGENGE. PER EXiKCTEIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. June 20. The following is the latest from to-days Cornier:— Sidney, Jane 19. The San Francisco steamer- Zealajidia, with the Englishniailslx) May-ifch^anived here at noon, to-day. The'latest telegrams from Londonare to the 22nd. The Paris Correspondent of" the DaUy Telegraph states that England has communi cated to the representatives of the three Northern Powers her reply, declining to; agree to the conclusions arrived at ih the Berlin Conference in reference to the Eastern questern. The point which Englandpiinc£-: pally objects to is the decision of'Germany^ Russia, and Austria, that in case friendly intervention does not effect the pacification of the revolted provinces of Turkey, the six great powers unitedly have to consider other more efficacious measures. England thinks this declaration, contains the principle of armed intervention, and is a menace to the liberty and independe...

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TAROOM. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 July 1876

: /PA tmmi/r Since our last meeting we have beetf reposing in that calm peace^>f;miiML which always succeeds the storm, and^ excitemient of pur annual race ,weiek ; „out- horseshav,e^;taken departure for; ^Gavndah ;and: MountiPerry; ito:,:tryi their1 powers there. A,&&ai:u;ui> } During the last, .week there, has been a small; sensation caused by the abstractipn ,of JBLildare, the Vill-known ;hurdle hp^e/^com 'j$jj.uhliLcan's: staMe during'this small iotmLThe owner of; t'j_j above horaeseenis to , thoroij-rhlv : fcyoi't'df hbrse racing, but .haviiig a .dispute,-; with • •ills'hp^; th^:lECt'ter,.'whether^legally.,orj not,; seized the Vju'adrujaed, but had him only a day in i ]iis possession^ he onthefirktiiight being quietly; rrcmovtedif - Perhaps' the /matter' ^ja'ay 'itffcre^tJ a! £eW-^ai^d as theBfehch'sde^ion may pirta' new' feature an -crookedness* of'the'law—^-T will'give you a curtailed account ofThe evidence,p •James Murray - and George Gonroy were charge...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 July 1876

DjMLBY; -TifrfiJjtf btra OWW J COBMSPO^ENT. f * ; tA±-theJastJLand-<3our-t-heId-here by-the-Eand' Gommissioiter-on ihe- l-othriastantj-thb foilo-wing ' applicatipne w-ere%*atite(i •>**- • *-'• • ** i _ttn* Jimbour. iSpnoeBtjSui.' Aie&,. -Catflijp Crook; ■ ,59 aajjeg. -io: -.JTV J4l- Sweeny.;, On _frringdale H'omesteacL jArea, 640.air£s to W--Q'JLedF<^y ' '^She following ap^licati'cSfis for fdrfeited'selec jtaoiw—were-made w -the~Wtir inrtant 7=For~ j selection 2JHL >320- afac<?$i Ijfeter Mny. ~^or 30J, 320 acr&s,"' there: were 'four applicants, Sainuel .NuquiChaiies firneeo;; (Piiikriejrf WonnweQl^'aid PP%trick Murphjr, ..jThe..foj'uiejrr |>iece;is on Jon : datyau, the latter on Green bank homestead area. . I fiates~of carriage are now ft their ,bighest, \20a. per lOCftbs:'- lifeing' (iftered* £or'Rutua, and jliarji I^J get - tennis at that., The i /.inters: $&} ,vtety''c&nsfdfn<» Wboiin<...

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ST. GEOGE POLICE COURT. (Before. Thomas Mowbray, Eso., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 July 1876

ST. i>nT,rfii5! nnrrRT '(Before. Thomas Mo wbrav. Esa.. P.M.ii Thpraas jKerr, .alias Thomas Kinnear.liynph, was' cHarged. with escaping from: Berritna "G^ol onthe 17tfa. May,' J872,. whilst' undergoing a isentenceof tenyears' penal servitude.- • ;On the application of Sergeant Cranny, prisoner'; was ^manded^until ttfe :13th; instant," wtferi;was "ag^uti^ bHrngliifc up. '• r' :'1" - ' f ! r, , S ergearit - Cranhy deposed: Last week I was; on bush ,duty in the direction, qf the ^Mooney, aeeoiiipanlai by Constable Power ; on the j5ttornr tfigj ojf <tlie lltfi instant.I ea^e/^the'prisGiier's camjj^Apd after looking at the prisoner for some ^im^lsaid," I say mate, I fancy I know ybu Wvrejjijed, ffTou mightI Ithen. askedciiin^ ^.Hqjplo^g.have you beai.herehe saidahout' Azhot seven months *>1: thrai saidyf* How long iave; you ieen on " the MoOney f' he replied, "About two years I then ^arrested him' from a description in the New South., Wales, Police Ga&eiie, 6tvte...

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ROMA COURT OF REQUESTS. Tuesday, June 27th, 1876. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 July 1876

BG^45O0»Ti^F £t£QU£STS. <*■'* *'" '':fBefore'the "Police 'Magistrate.) " Bassett aad £ldii^ «... Jf Adcock>—£t2;y4s., i •goods sold d^yered. ' TerdLct ior plaintiff, ' -with8s. costisJ ' ~ " JL-w v JohnDolan «l ,;B-\Xhompsaip—£2 13a.:4d., TK&ges. -. V-erdictJEorifjlaiiitiff witht9s^ cosfe.; j H. Newyer .«. Elizabeth Roebig.—d68y; valn4 of a cowL fKerdictfOT> defendant, with lOfL co^ts. Benj ana in and Co. v. J. Murphy.—£12 Is. 4il. goods feold and delivered. Yerdlctfor plaintiff; *?"r: v w* Benjamin ajodCp. jbTFTW. ^Vhit?,^—£71£s. 8cL, ^joods sold and'delivefed."1 '"Verdict for plaintiff, with JBs. cost& . ... f WvB.'Murphy «. B. J. Kteghran.—£12 10s. ■diahonctf^promiasorvDiote.. Npjreiurn p£sum snb ' H F. W. l>. TIrompBbn «. H^ali Boo.^JSSfe., profe ssionai ,costs.. • Veraiefc Sor plaintiff, with Ss. costly j*lL "'i '*l * J'" 3. Warnfer & J. Rogers.—£1 15s. 9eL. wages. "Verdict for plaintiff* withSe. costs. Bassett Mid. Skyanat' e.. JT. ~...

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EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 July 1876

EXHALATIONS FJIOM MY PIPE. ! By Pak.' ;- i " Put not your trust inPriiices no, nor in Premiers, especially when they are out of office. Only a week ggo xe_wfere • open; to venture dny odds that Mac wopld not accept the Agent .General^piii-.fact-we dii njake a bet;with spVgiFjng' 5 to 1 in ye i^iu^tly recyipsted by liini to " pay "up, 'because"" Mkc lias accepted tlie office, and he has the effrontery to say that if I do not pay up-sharp li£ will post me. And for "'all tbis we at^ indebted1 to the ihcbrisisteAcy of Mac's 'conduct.• ^Well,; .you'll admit ^tbas is too bad^ and-'thafc we defeervei coimnisetatioii, for on, enquiry we find that it is all%6o true,-' for he has. not only been -appointed Agent-General, but also ari^xfcfeordinfety Goihtoissioner -or something at the'-Philadelphia Exhibition. ;Of:; course this and' pleawitof johtkelf to the 5 Sta^,;«nd;:is*'we -sup^icfse tetfrt ^of/bonus for services already paid for. . Hsapp^iMate:! You richly-deserye all and' everything your...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor is not responsible for any opinions expressed by Correspondents, as these columns are open to the free discussion of all subjects of public interest. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 July 1876

OBIGIK^ OOBRESfeQKDENCE. | The Editor are open of public > Toth jjresponsible |for any opinions espondentS) hs these columns Sm,—^though, I not a ,,su$sc^ib<^ to. your jo^n^i'I'hojje you.Tf^feaiit mis. tKe^iivjlegp. dftaSTajnieritmga,'1ette^y winch. X; re^.iit $&& t|te'0"l^ jgri&ft in: which he jrefers.tol a conflict ^with jpopjie of the <*;Bipand&; B«wd£n£'i Wj^JSr, I.passed Jhrough thje town of Mitchell ^pjfche time .when^ the xarcomstancft preferred -to" occurred, and, was also a spectator at the^dis-' gabbing epepe; ,Mid xsnronsfcientitfualy%la|c ffiafT ; if'the in pn more] JibpiilouB place a very £^^^{f^^.:iuigut have been •chronicled..- , o! ,.,•>>!. -:-n -: -i-ri'lf ': /I ^rjteinl^yj n^u^kjcongratu^ate yonj Sir, ^apon havinfr snch a.&nsationah contribritdi-jti>' ydut'1 colummfua jihe at^j^v1^m> Ju^ ta,k4W-iipcALhhii jBelf^^ont^^j^d^iugja'Mthfnljepitome:^! ithe proceedings in -thfc 3ttKirai> of 'Mi...

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