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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. j STONEY, 9th January. I Arrived-Otago.'.etearner, frbm Nelson.

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

COUNTRY MARKET. SANDHURST.-Tho continuation of the holidays has still caused business to be anything but brisk during the last week. In the flour market prices of Chilian and Adelaide hare advanced in a slight degree, in conse quence of the scarcity of the latter article. The great demand for Adelaide in Melbourne has also influenced the up country markets. The quality of Chilian flour has much improve! latterly. In hams and bacon a very good business has been done. In Cork butter there is neither demand nor supply. Colonial butter is quoted a little higher in price than last week. For potted meats, sardines, and those classes of goods, there has been a very good demand. Kerosene has advanced in price slightly during the last few days. In sugars, teas, &c, there is still the same uncertain demand, in conse quence of the anticipated chango in the tariff for those articles. Bucknall Brothers report having held a trade Bale at the stores of Mr A. M. Scott, on Saturday, the foll...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUNGAREE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

I BTOH3AB1^ I : Ttmt Sosa Board met on Saturday, 7th January, When there were present the chairman «nd Messrs Mongovan>and Bentley. The minutes of the meeting -beni eh'the'STth December, 1664, were confirmed upon Hie motion of Mr Moogoran, seconded by Mr Bentley. letters ^ere read from the Immigration "Agent, asking for a return of wages, paid in tins district; from tbe Council of Bunioyongshire re specting works on the South road; from tbe Scads and Bridges Office, asking for a return of ratepayers ; tram the engineer, with his report respecting works on Melbourne road. The clerk reported that be bad signed the agreement for broken metal and the money to paid. It was resolved - " That ap plications be called by advertisement for a mana . ger for the Kerrit Bareet Farmer's Common." The following accounts were ordered tobe paid:-Brown (stationery) £6 Os 6d; Tbe Clerk (Morrow 16s, FrazerlOs, Boland 7s) £1 ISs; Malone, £5 9s 6d; Maher and Donovan, £19; M'Inerney, £7 2« 6d; The Clerk...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

THE GDVEBNMEAl GAZETTE. : ine rouowing notifications appear in the Gatetie of Friday läght ; APPOINTMENTS.-Territorial Magistrate-Lachlan Mackinnon, Esq., Hawthorn. Police Magistrate and Warden-J. A. Panton, Esq. Victorian Volunteer Force-Albert BIythesea Weigall, Esq., to be lieutenant in the Melbourne and North Mel bourne corps of the Victorian Volunteer Rifles. Gold Receivers-Mr J J. O'Meara to be gold re ceiver at Heathcote,dee Mr Hogarth, transferred; Mr William Hardy to be acting gold receiver at Be nalla, vite Mr Keogh Deputy-registrar of Births and Deaths-Mr David Ogilvy Preshaw to be deputy -registrar of births and deaths for the district of Carisbrook,siies W. F. Roe, deceased. SHIRE OF COLAC.-This shire is divided into three ridings-the Corangamite riding, the Beeac riding, and the Weering riding. NEW POLMKG-PLACBS.-Glenelg-Coleraine fi" addition to polling places previously appointed). Ballarat Shire-East Riding, Mount Blowhard; South Riding, the Two Bridges; West Riding...

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LAL LAL WATERWORKS ASSOCIATION V. BALLARAT WATER COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

LAX LAL WATERWORKS ASSOCIATION P". BALLARAT WATER COMMISSION. A second case for interference with a water-right on the Lal Lal Creek, between the Lal Lal Water works Association (complainants), and the Ballarat Water Commission (defendants), was tried at Stieg litz on Friday last, before Hr Warden Clow and assessors. Mr M'Dermott, instructed by Mr Doward, ap peared for the complainants ; and Mr Trench, in structed by Mr Cuthbert, for the defendants.. Mr Trench objected to the license of the com plainants to divert water being put in evidence, on the grounds that the required authority was not shown. - ' Mr M'Dermott replied, «nd the Warden and assessors ruled it admissable. Mr M 'Dermott opened the case for complainants, stating that he would prove « loss of £276 to the complainants, in consequence of the dam erected by the Water Commission intercepting the supply for four-weeks ending 24th December, being the four weeks intervening since the last trial was had at Meredith. He calle...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. BEECHWORTH, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. j [PEE G ESTILLE AND Bran, HECTEE'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. BEECHWORTH, 9th. January. ine board appointed to investigate the charges brought against the conduct of the Beechworth gao!, arrived here this afternoon. The board con sists of Captain Champ, Captain Kay, and Mr Bede, Sheriff of Geelong. They are accompanied by Mr Claude Farie, Sheriff of Melbourne. The board will probably ait on Tuesday. Its members are deemed by the public of Beechworth as being ex ceedingly well chosen.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. BOROUGH OF SEBASTOPOL.-TENDERS will be receive i up to the 12th instant, for the office of Treasurer for the Borough of Sebastopol. Tenders to ba endorsed " Tenders for office." R. DICKINSON, ] Town Clerk pto tem. Sebastopol. BOROUGH OF SEBASTOPOL.-TENDERS will i be received up to the 12th instant, for the office of Town Clerk and Town Surveyor, either jointly or separately. Tenders to be endorsed "Tendera for office." R. DICKINSON, Town Clerk pro tem. Sebastopol. HIRE OF GRENVILLE-l'ENDERS for the construerion of the following works will be re ceived at the Shire Office, Linton, until noon on Mon day, the 16th instant: 1. Draining, forming, and metalling 42J chains of roadway, and constructing two culverts on the Ballarat and Smythesdale Main road, com mencing near the Wiltshire Arms HoteL 2. Draining, forming, and metalling 73 chains of roadway, and constructing two culverts and two crossings on the Ballarat and Smythesdale main road, near Fisher's HÜL 3. Grubbing,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL OF RIPONSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

COUNCIL OP RIPONSHIBE. me usual fortnightly meeting of the Council of Riponshire was held on Wednesday, 4th January. Present-The President, and Crs Beggs, Russell, and Tompkins. The following letters were read: From J. P. Cannon, Skipton, accepting the appoint* ment as inspector of slaughteryard^. From Mr A, Butcher, accepting a similar appointment for the Carngham division. From the Roads and Bridges Office, intimating that the application for the pro clamation of the roads from Streatham to Skipton, and Skipton to Beaufort, as main lines, would re ceive due consideration. From the District Sur veyor, intimating that the boundary line of allot ment 4, section 13, parish of Tangerawill, runs through the salt lake, and that provision was made for a road on the northern side. The finance report recommended payment of the following accounts: Engineer, £20 16s 8d; Secretary, £17 6s 8d ; Col lector, £16 13s 4d; Wilcox, £1; W. Hill, £12; Re- I venue Officer, £2 Ss 2d; Corregan, £9 Ss ; J....

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BOROUGH OF BALLARAT WEST. Monday, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

BOROUGH OF BALLARAT WEST. Monday, 9th January. I Present-The Mayor, and Councillors Dunn, Hepburn, Claxton, Davey, Doñean, M'Dowsil, and Lovitt. Correspondence.-Letters were read by the Town Clerk as folio we:-From tbe office of Lands and Survey, asking if the Council was willing to com pensate tba legal occupants of lot 23 section 3, in tbe event of tbe same being withdrawn from sale for drainage purposes.-Referred to the Works Com mittee. From tbe Public Works Department, stat ing that the Council oogbt to bear one half of the expense of the removal of tbe closets at the rear of the District Police Court, and of their re-erection in some more suitable site.-Referred to the Works Committee. From the same, stating that pitched crossings for private entrances to Government build ings would. be paid for, but not the kerbing and channelling in front. From the Mining Board, asking for copies of the new Incorporation Bill for the use of the members.-An answer was ordered to be forwarded ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

S1 'TEAM TO LOKDON Direct J BLACK BALL and EAGLE ? LINE of PACKETS.-Hm steam - * «hip GREAT VICTORIA, 3500 terns burthen, J AXES PHI OK. Commander WAI be despatched from Melbourne, for London direct, on Saturday the 14th January, 1865. _ , Bates of Passage: Saloon, including fittings, linen, beding &c^.. .£60 «nd upwards second cabin, on deck. ¿-¡35 * Third cabin-£lg ud ^ Steerage ._.".£l6 For rates of passage money, and freight, apply to Kearn EYERS BROTHERS, Ballarat; br BRIGHT BROTHERS and CO., _ Flinders lane, Melbourne. JTEAH TO LONDON. * Messrs Money Wigram and ? Sons' (of Blackwall Tard, London) ' Line of Steam and Bailing Ships. To Bail positively on the 4th February, the splendid new screw steamship LONDON, 1750 Tons Register, J. B. MARTIN, Commander. For plans of cabins, dietary scales, and all parti culars, apply to W. P. WHITE and CO, _ 10, Elizabeth street, Melbourne. D' i AIL Y STEAM COMMU NICATION BETWEEN -GEELONG & MELBOURNE. 1 -The fast and favorite ...

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MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHAKE LIST. £ 137500 400000 75U009 600000 3''000 23180 12168| 50000 21000 203590 60000 20000 10000 -toooo 132000 48370 3000 12333 12333 105000 Î2ÔÔÔI 4000OO| 51184 1113601 BANKS. £ s. [Colon, of Australasia 7 15 'Nat. of Australasia... 5 6 New South Wales ... 39 0 Victoria .39 10 London Register ... - GAS" COMPANIES. Ballarat .7 10 Bendigo .3 19 Castlemaine. - ¡Colling, and fitzroy 7 3 Geelong .4 0 Melb. Gas and Coke 8 12 Do. 4 6 INSURANCE Cos. Australasian Fire ... 4 4 Life ... 0 10 Australian Alliance. 0 10 ¡Colonial .0 10 Southern . - ¡Vic. Life and General 1 6 Vic. Fire and Marine 1 8 MXBCEtTjANEOUS. Bend. Waterworks H.B.R. Sea Bathing Oriental Bathing ... Melbourne Exchange 0 Minmi Colliery Cojj ' Studley Park Bridge] Victoria Coal Victoria Kaolin Co RAILWAY COS. 50 ¡Melb. and Hob. Bay] 10 :Melb. and Essendon 25 jSt. Kilda and Bright. DEBENTURES. Victorian GovernmentRailway (Iocal)j 6 per cent.,. St Kilda and Brighton Railway, 7 per| cont. Melbourne Railway,...

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CLUNES WEEKLY MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

CLUNES WEEKLY MINING REPORT. The Pott Phillip Company crashed daring the last fortnight 1478 tons of quartz raised by the Clanes Company. The yield was 488 oz 8 dwt of gold. Forty-five tons of pyrites have been roasted, and are now being operated on by the Chilian mills. The Clones Company is proceeding with the cross cats from the south shaft. The western cross-cut is advancing rapidly, but in the eastern the progress of the men is rather slow, in consequence of the hard ness of the ground. The winzes on Robinson's, Western and Eutern reefs are being continued, and the stoping as usual. The South Clunes Company's northern shaft has been sank 30 feet below the 180 feet level, and the sinking is being continued. The CluneB Alluvial Company obtained 38 oz 4 dwt of gold from eight machines of dirt some ground in the northern portion of the claim is being blocked ont, and a drive is being continued in tho southern part along the deep ground on the white run. The New North Clanes Company...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Melbourne.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed m Melbourne.) John Atkinson, of rLew, lately a cordial manutac tnrer. Canses of insolvency-Sicknees in family and pressare of creditors. Debts, £60 4s 6d; assets, £4 i Os; deficiency, £55 14s 6d. Ur Courtney, official assignee. Henry Tnllocb, of Melbourne, master mariner. Causes of insolvency-Ijosses on shipments to New Zealand, bad debts and pressare of creditors. Debts, £634 10s; assets, £100; deficiency, £704 10B. Mr Jacomb, official assignee. Edward Ahrenfelds clerk, of Carlton. Canses of insolvency-Want of employment, pressare of credi tors, and adverse judgments io the Police and County Courts. Debts, £669 I6s 7d¡ assets, £85 Os Gd; deficiency, £584 16s ld. Mr Goodman, official assignee. James Cambridge, of Woodend, splitter, and at present a prisoner for debt in the Melbourne Gaol. Canses of insolvency-Sickness of self and family, and want of employment. Debts, £18 5s; assets, £2 10a; deficiency, £16 5s. Mr Jacomb, official assignee. (Schedule...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLARAT WATER COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

BALLARAT WATER COMMISSION. jrresent-»J rs JJ oatie (in the chair); Duncan, Dyte, Davey, Claxton, M'Dowall, Fussell, Dodds, Steinfeld, Anderson, Loyitt, Downes, and Clendin ning. Correspondence. - The following letters were read:-From the District Survey Office, asking if there was any objection to the sale of land at Fell mongers, applied for by Mr Strickland. The engi neer said he knew of no objection, and the secretary was instructed to write accordingly, subject to another survey by the engineer. From T. Laby, 20 Queen street, Melbourne, asking what charge would be made for water enough to turn a Turbine wheel, which he thought of erecting for a flour-mill at Ballarat. -Retened to the Works Committee, who shall give the necessary information. From the Barkly Bridge Compaoy, Barkly street, objecting to the rate of £2 per week for water as excessive, the more as with a little trouble the com pany could supply itself with waler.-Ors appeared to thiok there was nothing to prevent the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

STOCK REPORTS. ECHUCA. AND MOAMA. - The only mob of cattle that has crossed since our last was 735 store, on Wednesday, belonging to Mr Stivens, of Wagga Wagga. No sheep have crossed. Messrs Thompson and Co., of Wagga Wagga, report in the Express :-" A herd of 1000 head of store cattle, the property of Mr Brown, of Tumut, crossed the bridge on the 3rd instant for Deniliquin, being sold there to arrive. We have sold one lot of store stock to John Leitch, Esq., at remunerative rates, and have placed under offer to other parties two herds of 400 and 500 each, subject to approval. The enquiry for choice stock is brisk as ever, but inferior is not easily quitted. Store wethers are in demand, and indeed all kinds of sheep. - Riverine Herald, 7th January. DENILIQUIN. - The demand for store cattle continues good, but overlanders are asking high prices, and will not sell unless for extreme rates. There are inquiries for store wethers, and fair prices are offered, but the demand for them is n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. TUESDAY, 10TH JANUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

THE BALLAARAT STAR. DAILY ISSUE. TUESDAY, 10TH JANUARY, 1865. NOTWITHSTANDING the combination of cir cumstances unfavorable to the chances of the farmer - and we shall not now stay to examine their origin - the incoming wheat harvest, at any rate, promises to be remunera tive. Though the oats are mostly diseased and the crops light, those which have been rescued are likely to turn out of superior quality, and a similar remark might be made concerning hay. The quantity of the last named article passed through the Ballarat Agricultural Produce Market during the preceding twelve months was in excess of that received during the previous year by 2409 tons, and its average price in 1864 was £3 17s 2½d as compared with £5 2s in the former year. There were 200 tons less of straw in 1864 than in 1863, with an average price of £1 11s per ton. The low price of hay prevented straw from realising a remunerative rate, and therefore, to a great extent, kept it out of the market. With reference to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Sunday, 8th January. - Coorong steamer, from Ade laide ; Black Bird, steamer, from Guichen Bay ; Charles Edward, steamer, from Sale. Monday, 9th January. - Coleroon, ship, from London ; Tambo, schooner, from Sale ; Bitter Beer, schooner, from Port Frederick ; Lady Emma, barque, port unknown : Off Heads, South Anstralia, steamer, from Adelaide ; Jet, schooner, from Port McDonald. SAILED. Sunday, 8th January. - Banner, cutter, and Wasp, schooner, for Western Port ; Balmoral, schooner, Emma Prescott, brig, and Harriet Nathan, barque, for Hobar ton ; Malta, barque, for Rangoon ; Minnie Dike, schooner, for Circular Head ; Penola, steamer, for Adelaide. Monday, 9th January.-Nil. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London. - Great Victoria, 14th January ; York shire, 18th January ; London, 4th February ; True Briton, 18th February. For Sydney.- The steamers of the A. S. N. Com pany, regularly. For Otago. - Hero, 12th January. For Por...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Messrs Walsh, Were, and Moore, and Mr S. Goujon report the following sales of shares yesterday: - Band of Hopes, £124 and £125 ; St. George United ; £22 ; Wendouree, £70 ; Specimen Hill, No. 2 South, Dayles ford, £28. Messrs James Smith, William Oldham, and Walter Kington, sharebrokers, report the following sales made yesterday: - Exchequer, Springdallah, £100 ; Cape Clear, Springdallah, £130; Golden Stream, Scarsdale, £109; Creavy, Daylesford, £13 ; Koh-i-Noor, £61. Messrs James Croyle and John Ditchburn report the following sales of shares made yesterday: - Cape Clear, £130 to £132 ; Ballarat Quartz, £93 ; large parcels of Leviathans changed hands at £20 ; Band of Hopes, £124. Melbourne, Monday evening. There were no export entries on gold passed at the Customs day. There has been a fair up-country business doing during the day. In the absence of news by the mail, now hourly anticipated, merchants have shown an in disposition to operate largely. Light bulk ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

[ADVTEBTTBKHEHT.]-We are requested to call atten tion to the unreserved aale af the stock of Mr B. CorkUl, at 12 o'clock this day, The sale will com mence punctually at the hour named, to enable the auctioneer to get through the numerous lots. Cata logues can be obtained of the auctioneer.-J. 6. CABVKB. ÀTTC1ÏÔN £AEE&\ TEDS DAT. ^ ., , BgPMTjKK ARD rjm»»B«-At the Torf Sile Yard», ] at IS o'clock, fat cattle sod «heep, Sec. WELSH AS» SÜBEMCB-Near the Essex Hotel, ] Ssranao, at IS o'clock, cottage, furniture, tee. 3. S.CAavxs-<>n the premises, Asmstrong street, j . at 12 o'clock, «jroceries, ¿fcc., in the trnst estate of B..CorkaT7 SHE RUT'S OFPICEE-At the City Hotel, Lydian! j street, at 12 o'clock, allotments ot land. A. E. Co HEH-At Linton, at 12 o'clock, Bbop, resi dences, &c. _ADVERTISEMENTS._ THIS DAT. At tiie Turf Sale Yards. HEPBURN and LEONARD trill sell by anetíon, at Ute above Tarda, on Tuesday next» the 10th instant, at 12 o'clock sharp, 200 H...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Enquiries for many kinds of scrip were rife on Monday, at a little below holders' limits, bat sellers will not gire way, and the prices realised were, in many cases, higher than before. Sales of Band of Hopes were made at £124, and would he immedi ately taken up at any lower figure; Koh-i-Noors found buyers at £61; leviathans, JE 19 15s; Prince Alfred, £20; Cape Clear, £130; Lord Palmerston, £5 10s; and Wendooree, at £7 per scrip. En quiries were made for Exchequer scrip, at advanced rates. The Spes Bona Company has got into a good run of washdirt, a machineful of 'which yielded 16 os of nuggetty gold. The air drive will be completed by Thursday, when the works will be in fit condition to allow of raising e machinerai daily. The above particulars were tarnished to us in rime for punt cation on Monday, but not being duly authenticated by tine Signatare*of the manager, or some known responsible shareholder, the rule was followed ty waiting for further enquiry. We ...

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