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NEWCASTLE POLICE. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Boswell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. r .; WKDNESDAV. .... ?'» ? (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Boiwell, J,?~.)~: jjgskktion.— James .M'Lennan, seaman, witchirgri on suspicion of being a deserter from 'a ves»e! at Sydntf, and was mdered tu be remanded lo that city to be deilt with by th'1 water police authorities. ? ? Evaoino Payment of I''a he.— George WitMy charzeit with- neglecting tu pay his fart from Sydney b; the Cnllnrny, w»s ordered to pay the fait, 10s. Gil,, or in fa f'uilt of sufficient to meet a distress; to go to gaol for H Assault. — Thomas Pi-achy. accused ofcommittinju. aggravated assault on his wife, on the 30th ultimo, «ru ordered to find sureties tit keep the peace for jix monthi, him -elf in £10, ai.d twu sureties iu jtaeach; ia default, U' go to gaol fur a month. THURSDAY. (Before the Police Mauintrate.) '. '' StiFFcniNG Gambi.in'o.— J.tincs Laiuchlon, liniilotJof the Railway Motel, Hl.ine-slrect, wai charged with per. mining gambling in his licrnsci house, on iheiSth-ullim*...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

PABUAaiEffT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tuesday, October 1. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Mr. PrunJwtt tail Jlr. Vili$cn)& took their Mats lotto eoaneu. Tbe bill to rtgaTsre and restrict tbt Hnm;f»!*oi- of Chinese wt» read a firet tiiru. The bill to rrnlalc the utarita or fniure Governors of New South Wtln »»»« also brought op. In mc/ing ths first reading-, Mr. Robtrtco* pointetlly staM '.hat he Aid to at a mere matter of comtctjr to ibe anrmbJy ; and AJr. Butler, in seconding the motion, rxpreisly Kuuriled iiiimelf against being in any tray pledged to the bill i and on naming a aay lor tna second reading, Air. Kooertson staled that it tra* not at all his intention fa take up the bill. Mr. Rebcrtton gavti notice of :wo net* bills,— one to as. certain and delnre titles to lam), and another to facilitate tbe tramfer nf )«nd«. Mr. Robertson hiving moved thit the house resojre itself into a committee of the whole, far the consideration of tha Crown lands alienation bill, Sir YV.M.Msnninjr, altho...

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual weekly meeting was held on Monday evening, his worship the Mayor in the chair. The members present were Aldeimau Boftun, Tighe, and Kemp. The Mayor submitted a statement of arrears of rates amounting to £$9 12s. lOd. . RATE FOR THE CURRENT YEAR. Alderman Holton moved and Alderman Kbmp se. comled 'that a rate of 1?. in the pound be levied on all saleable property in the Municipality for the current year.' The motion was carried unanimously, and the Council adjourned sine die. DlSTURBASCF. AT TIIR COAT. AND COPPER CoNT pany's Works.— We stated on Wednesday last, that on that morning, captain Sinclair, with I ho crew of the Mandarin, barque, were to proceed to the Glebe for the purpose of loading trucks with small oal fjr ship nent, and that it was hoped that they mi'iiht be permittel to pursue their avocations without being interfered v.iili. 1'hey accordingly went, nine iu iiuuilicr, nnd immeriiati'ly commenced lna'lius the waggons with «i-iall coal. ...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARKIV1I.R. Ortober 3.— Oitzelle. brig, 260, Staflurd, from Sydney. Odtober 3.— Nagasaki, thin, 1138 Ions, M'Kay, from . ' Sydney. October 3.— ViMlia, schooner, I2],Tolinie. from Geefong. October *.— WillUin Hil), brig, 109, Gregory, from Gi-elong. .?October 4.— Drover, briK, 174-, Patten, from Geelong. October 4. — Martha, schooner, SH-, Cordy, from Gcelong. DEPARTURES. . October 2. — Douglas, acbponer, Mearnt, for Melbourne, with 1 W tons coal. October 2.— Gazelle, brig, Balcer, for Kelson, N.Z., with 270 ton* coal. Octobers.— Sebitn, schooner, Oowieson. for Melbourne. Cargo : 160 tons coal, and 1000 bushels maize ? COASTERS INWARDS. October 4.— Freak. Otago, H. M. Watfield, Comet, and Nancy, from Sydney. COASTERS OUTWARDS. October 2.— El Sn, and Atlantic, for Sydney. October 4-.-- Catherine, and Grafton, for Sydney. The Nagasaki, which cleared out from Sydney on Tues day last, for Bombay, arrived in our port on Wednesday evening. The Breakwater. — The men are n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

rt STEAM TOWAGE. t q_ The rates of Towage will be increased ? ? filmic. '^e'-. PEB CenT* on Pu°lished rales ? '!^^^Pi'^ur'nK tne «|rike, commencing from jrjjj ^g2E»» this date.*. / ? j'1 ' mi :/ . BINGLE AND CO. ;J[ Newcastle, 7th September, 1851. ? til STEAM TO SYDNEY. ti 1 a. The Australasian Steam Navi Ui^ySjglw Ration Company's Steamers will leave jri^^ra^^MoKPEXii (colling at Newcastle), Jms9sHhs9P until further notice, an follows : — e|M0 ANDPAYS V'AL0N0' C.Ta'm Adan'' MfHURSDAYSJ «7o-docka.m. i^ ig TV BSD A Y S 1 Cort(|MT( Capta.n Mujj^ [, FBI DAYS. / nt 2 o'clock p.m. ,D * GEORGE R. DIBBS & CO., „ ' Agents, Scott-street. £ ? Nefc^stle, September 14, 1801. j ~~?~ ~'6oUJ~VLKLDH. ?1 FIRST VESSEL FOR OTAGO, jJL. NEW ZEALAND. ?wF ?' i ''ie well-known fast sailing Brig 'G\. W\S&k 2HLLE,' 400 tons, Captain Stafford, will 'fl[!'«B^^\ sail early in October next. For ireiglit H Jwiffiy aud passage, epplv to |3 / . ? ,/ OI#'°- TULI.Y & CO., H.-. ? -?- f/-C.--L N...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sydney, Friday, 5.45 p. m. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [by electric telegraeh.] (From our Sydney Telegraphic Corrctpmdent.) Sydney, Friday, 5.45 p. m. A Select Committee was appointed yesterday on the Mnitland and Morpeth railway Bill. Tito Assembly is not sitting lo-day, in order to give the members an opportunity of accom panying the Governor on his visit to Windsor. The Publicans' Bill was defeated yesterday 'evening, owing to a technicality. Arrival to-day : the Druitt, from California.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ... NEWCASTLE. Wednesday, 7 p.m.— There has been a conflict between the Coal and Copper Company's miners and the police this morning. A party of nine seamen from the barque Man darin went out to load email coal. They had been engaged in getting coal for some time when a number of the miners' wives Interfered. Mr. Berner, manager of the Company, and six police were present. Finding the interruption so gnat, Mr. Berner nrdertd the arrest of one of the most vio. lent. On the police attempting to take her into custody, the miners came down in a body and forcibly rescued her. The police were compelled to retire, and the seamen re. turned to the ship. All is at present quiet. The chief ringleaders are known, but no steps cau be taken without strong reinforcement;— //., Oct. 3. LAMBING FLAT. Saturday, tu'aYass.— There was a general holiday to-day. A bullock was roasted whole, and a hogshead of beer given away. Messrs. Torpy, Baker, and others made congratu latory speeches...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

BIRTH. At Wickham, on the 1st instant, Mrs. McPhail, of a son. The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1861.

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WALLSEND. THE CO OPERATIVE COLLIERY. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 5 October 1861

WALLSEND. THE CO OPERATIVE COLLIERY. [COMMUNICATED] The somewhat daring experiment of the co-operative miners in undertaking to open a coalfield themselves, may now be pronounced to he a signal success. Little more than four weeks have elapsed since the unpleasant neces- sity first urged the men to this step, and already their 'field' is beginning to assume proportions of a formidable and important character. The entire area of land which they have leased from Messrs. Kenrick and Brookes coin prises 1500 acres, bounded on one side by the Wallsend company's ground, on another by the railway used by that company for the transportation of its coal, and on a third by a navigable channel which, at the distance of about three miles, discharges itself into the Hunter River, at Ash Island. This tributary, at its shallowest part, between the company's ground and the river, furnishes five feet of water at low tide, and as it has all the advantages of the tidal in- fluences, may be said to fur...

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QUEENSLAND. MASSACRE OF TWO MEN BY THE BLACKS ON SHAW'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

QUEENSLAND. MASSACRE OP TWO MEN BY THE BLACKS ON SHAW'S ISLAND. The Koteh EHida, which arrived at Rookharap ton on tho 14th Septombor, left Port Dcnison on the 24th of August. She had on board Tiforaas M'Ewau, master ; Nicholas Millar and ' Patrick Savage, seamen ; aud as passengers, Mr. j Honry Irving, Mr. Lowo, and Mr. Byorley. On | the 27th she ran under an island in tho Shaw group opposite Capo Conway, and anchored within a gunshot of the shore, to wait for tho tide, tlio wind being adverse. On anchoring, a oanoo put off from tho sboro of an island to lee ward about a tuilo, whiob, with that to windward, mado a completo bay under Shaw Peak. Tho natives made signs to bo allowed to como near, and being enoouragod oatno up to tho craft and on board. They wore. kindly treated, one of the paBaongors giving them soino fishhookd, nnd the men given them biscuit, &c. They roland, shore, whero there was a camp, and a u-Z able number of their companions, and Z! returned with threo ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. We take the following extracts from Vic torian papers of tbe 1st instant ; — Mr Beckett, of tho White Star Company, Scandinavian Lead, handed to us a letter, containing tho subjoined information, re ceived on Tuesdav last, from u friend in tho office of tho Chief Commissioner of Police, iu Melbourne : — ' Privnto letters from very trustworthy sources in Dunedin, received in j this office to-day, state that tho diggings are completely taken up, and discontent and want aro beginning to show themselves. What will it be when the ten thousand men at sea arrive ' there? — North Western Chronicle. \ We have not heard of any privato letter be- ; ing received from thoso who went to Otago, i but what tells of disappointment and dis gust. Hero is one from a Geelongitc : — The day wo arrived I went to tho diggings, liko many others, and found that all is not gold that glitters. After a tramp of threo days ! we arrived at tho Tuapeka diggings, and sunlc 8 shicurs ! that is to say, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

n AND W. HOLMES, Commiwitf^ \J. Agents, 184, Siis»ex-3treot, Sydney^ HEALTH. HEALTH. HEALTH. I TKNKINS1 SAGO FLOUR (late Elliott'.), fJTi O pared exprcnly for children and m»««'j* affords moro nourishment than any other oeiffifflfli of farinaceous food, and will agree with »? W' delicate stomach. Sold wholesale and »t8ll'.?W J. JENKINS (chemist by appointment to w»fl / eelleney Sir John Young), 252, Georgc-str«etK«y Sydney. — Price— One Shilling. , j 1ST Ageuts wanted for the country. ^ GOOD HEALTH AND ECONOMY. ^ BREAD. BREAD. BREAD. ..J ] If you want good broad, try JENKINS1 Btf» . POWDER, for making bread without yeu.* ' puddings without oggs, effecting aaaving olMg vj tern loaf in every 28 lbs. of flour. The ««?._. f had an increasing snlo for tho last ten yean. . Price— Qd., U., U. Gd. Sole AgenU for .Vwoartfc-M'DioKBH & W C Chronicle of(loe. ? * G Kbwcaitlr ,-Printad »nd published by th.P -£jg (I H. M'DicKRNand J. Bakes, »t «? ,.f ° GencrM PrintiiiR Office, Bolton.strce...

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BURKE'S EXPEDITION—The Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

BumtE's Expedition.— The QuunsU ;,„ Guardian of tho 2Sth ult. contains particulu [,S, of the finding of a camel, whioh it is suppoii *io belonged to Bourke's party. No informal! ^ had thon reached tho Guardian of the findii jFjfa of tbe two white men in the lake N. Ee - Coopers Creek, at this dato, the- Sydney pajffl ? containing i& omy uuiuiug iu uauu uu ^« -.? ^*- Tho paper says :— A letter dated tho 14th iu was reooived on Wednesday by the Govornnj v from J. W. Slack, J.P., on tbo Baloono Bib reporting that, ton days previously, a caniellik a made its appearance on tho Culgoa River, ^Jj/wil Skewthorpe's station. The tracks showed IB fTv it had como from a north-westerly direotiot from what, at 300 miles distanco, would be( fckii route towards tho Gulf of Carpentaria, n ^ beast has evidently been worked lately— uwiTK, a sore wither and saddlo marks on both nt ' It is in good condition, which would seem to ewe timate that it had parted some time from qj drivers. On the same...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

NEWCASTLE SM1MM.VG.' I .uuuvai.s. Oct. 7. ? V;.!ii.nt, brig, 117, J^udii-, fVmu Mi1 ifiHIUiC ' j DKlMKTlMil.S. ; Oct. 7. — Adnlplnis., schooner, (iarnirl, fur Mol- ! liounie, with M't tons cnnl, mid 201) bushels ma /.c. . Ort. 8.— Dei went Hu iler, barque, Haley, for Mel bourne,- with 4SG tons coal. Oct. 8. — lvsperanra, brig, FOrbes, for Melbourne, \ with 168 tons small co;i), nnd 18 tons \-}g iron. . coAsriiits i.wvAitns. ! ' Ocl. 5. — I'neifie, Kate Kearney, Herculean. Venus, Caroline, Murpnrct Elizabeth, Mountain Maid, mid LavitiB, from Sydney. Oct. 6;— Aduntic.'Cntherine Agnes, Tiger, F.lfin, nnd Christopher George, from Sydney. ; Oct. 8.— Cyclone, from the Richmond, with '-o,000 ] feet rcd»r. ' : COASTKHS OI,TVrAKD.«. Oct. 0.— Dart, and Petrel, f x Sydney. Oct. 7.— Louisa Mnria, nnd II. M. \VnrficM, f..r Sydney. Oct. 8. — Nancy, Little Pet, and Otngu, for Sydney. ? Otaoo Ooi.ii-Fiki.Ds; — The fine ship I.nchicl has bee' j laid on for these dipjings, nnd but few passengers offe...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. '?Thursday, OcTonaa 8. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. In the council, Mr. Ciimjibcll presented a. petition from the Glebe and Balmain, against the Chinese. Mr. Dens Thomson brought up the report nf the select committoo on the Tomago Coul Mining Company's bill. The report was re ceived, and the company's bill is to be read a Kecond time on Thursday next. The business on the pnper, preceding the Crown lands nlienaiion hill, was postponed, and the home went into committee of the whole for its further consideration. An umoudment having been proposed by Mr. . M'Artlmr to limit the period of deferred payment to ton year.5 from the date of condi tional purchase, it was ruled from the chair that after the decision of the house the other night, the amendment could not be put. Mr. Gordon enquired what the ruling was. The president said that his ruling was that this j ?bill was a money bill, nnd could not be al tered by the council in any substantial parti- j cular. The re...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

Tin: meeting; on Monday night was a success- j fill one. If the strike has not. yet come to a i close, the people of Newcastle have done ! what seems now to be the only means of j terminating it, by bringing the conflicting j parties together, through the mediation of a j neutral power. We were glad to see that j Mr. Winship, on the part, of the proprietors, '- boldly stepped torward, and whilst avowing )m own convictions in the rectitude of his side, expressed his willingness to listen to i arbitration. It is only to be regretted that j the delegates of the miners, who addressed ? the meeting, were unprepared to do more than i give in their individual adhesion to the , schcmCj without expressing any opinion as to [ the general feeling of the colliers. We trust, i however, that they will be prepared to meet j the masters on neutral ground, in the same j spirit, that we may conclude from Mr. Win- i ship's nddress, the masters arc prepared to j show to them, and past differences being...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

Hollowat's Puls and Ointment.— Mental wenknes. — To ilia stomach, liver, or circulation, mint we generally look fur the gloomy thoughts, .which poinotimes oppress us. A single dose of appropriate medicine hns prevented many nn net of miicitle. Whenever apathy and duprension over-shadow us, let us take timely warning and regulate the source* ofho'lih by llolloway's remedies, which will infal llbity actrigh the digestion, and purify rnd 'invigo rate the circulation, The Ointment should be nib bed twice (i-day over the liver mid stomach, ami nv*r the heart, if palpitation distresses, k will be absorbed nnd wondri fully assist the Pill.i iu their »nlutnry ope ration, wiihoui distressing ur unduly weakening the Rysteitt. This treatment persr.veringly followed, soon banishes mclnnelinlv nnd mental hftlluciuatlons. The Maryborough (Qucei.aUiid) correspondent of the Itookliainplon Hulletin, h:i,s ;— ' There i» talk of tending Mr. Aldrid^o to the Hunter District na a . lecturer- -a local 'Jo...

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THE STRIKE. PUBLIC MEETING OF THE INHABITANTS OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

THE STRIKE. PUBLIC MEETING OF THE INHABITANTS i OF NEWCASTLE. | - A public, meeting of the inlinbilnjHs of Newcastle, called by his worship the Mayor, in pvrsunnce of a requisition presented to him on Friday, signed by n number of the leading residents, wns held on Mon day evening, in the Court House. The room wns completely filled, and the verandah undprecinctx of the building' wore ahocrowdsd by persons anxious to gain admittance, The greatest interest in the pro cerdings being apparently felt by the whole of the population. In nddition to the townspeople, a large body of miners were also present, With haidly nn fxecption, the bsst feeling prevailed, only one at tempt to bins n speaker being nindo by a section of those present, but shut was at once put a stop to by thf good sense of the remainder. His WonsHiPTiir. Mayor took the chair nt about twenty niinutm to 8 o'clock, nnd having read the icquiMtion to ilia meeting, briefly adverted to its ob ject.; Considering the fact thut th...

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DEPARTURE OF VOLUNTEERS FOR WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

DavARTiiftB. op Volunteers for Windsor. — In complianco with tho intimation contaiucd in a late Brigido Order to tho Motropoltian and Suburban Volunteer Companies, there was a considerable muster last evening, at the Phoenix Wharf, to tako passage by the steamer Victoria for Windsor, in order to take part on tho occasion of tho nrcscntation of colours to the Hawkesbury Corps. Upwards of thrco hundred riflemen (in cluding officers), with tho band, assembled on tho wharf, and were embarked in tbo Victoria steamer, under tho charge of Captain Lavor, Brigade Adjutant. Threo or four hundred spectators were present, and when tho vessel got under way, responded heartily to tho cheers of the Volunteers on board. As tho vessel moved from the wharf, the band struck up its enlivening strains. — Herald, Ootobor 5. Tub CiiBRics of Official Assignees. — On tho opening of tho Insolvency Court, on Thurs day, tho Chief Commissioner said his attention had been called to documents, showing that tho pr...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. THE AFFRAY AT THE COAL AND COPPER COMPANY'S WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 9 October 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. SATURDAY. p« THK Al'I'llAV AT THU COAL AND COPPllfu COMPANY'S WORKS. Xt (lielure tlie J'olice Magistrate; his worship theMmp'1 Or. Uowker, and Mr. Hoswell, J.P.'b, Intiimi^1 the above, Mr, Iiolton, J.I'., and Mr. Lewii, M.ti|»' occupied scats 011 the bench, but took no part in u^1 proceedings.) 'ibei Mr. Thompson prosecuted nn behalf of Mr. Molloc' and Mr. Henry O'Meagher defended the priwnen, m? were nix in number, r\z., John Jones. Thomu firifiiki*' John Griffiths, Abigail Green, Flora Crumpton, andAm ' Hopkins. On the names of those summoned being c:M f each one answered. The charge contained in etch ol li f ' several summonses was that ,' thedefendant did unlawful a, assault and resist William Mutray and Patrick Sraii constables belonging to the police forco at Newciitlvir1 the Glebe, on the 2nd October, whil«( in (lie execud'eo if H tlieir duty.' ? K Upon the prisoners standing forward, Mr. Thonpir stated that some mistake bad been made with regard tolnr of th...

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