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LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. The Boor eastorn commando of raiu ors has reached Aberdeen, and is ox pouted to attack tbo Hex River Pass to Capotown. Tho Boers sullorod sixty casuolitios at Kaalfontoin. Tho ooomy is short of food and ammunition. Commandant Boyors is trekking a nnnli nnntnrlv diroction with 1200 mon. A big combined movement has boon mado in tho Bothel and Erindo districts. Do Wot has ro-oroBsod tho Vanl from tho Orango Eivor colony, joining tho Transvaal commandoes. The 1'rotorin Government has pro hibitod civilians from wearing khaki. 100 Uooifl lootod Sutherland, then retroatod north. Kitchoner transferred 20,000 troops southwards.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

LIVKR COMPLAINTS Dr. Kcio'n Dahsklion ani- QDisisELivun Fills, wit.iuut niernury, aro u potent ro incay ? romovo ill Liver and Stomach Com plaints, Biliousness. Headache, Sickness, bnoulder I'uiiiH, Heartburn, Indigestion, Conatinatio/i. Dr. King's PilU uro old fafchioc «1, w.'hout the d'wgcroua vhito coniina on mnnr aeir PIHr Vrreatchnj'in, the great war painter, who 1ms taken part in tho wars he has painted, is reported to have once spoken as follow;. — 'War makes beasts of us nil. The soldier forgets he is -? man when he is cutting his fellowmen to pieces and shooting them down like dogs. He forgets, when ho is killing a man, that somewhere thoro 11 a little chi'd crving for her father. What has be bo do with that. It is like killing game — I never remo.u b--r /W'Jinc sorry that 1 had killed a n an. That whs whot I was there fi r. It is so absurd to be human in war. Tho siiv.i|«bs «re tho only logical fight pr* lrvi-r knew; they kill 'heir men and then eat tlieni.'J ;

Publication Title: Southern Star
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

1-ltESBYTEUIAN. Bega, nvcry Sunday at 11 and 'i.'M Oandeto, tho First Kunday ot each mouth at 3 Wolumla, the Sono.nl Sunday ut each Month at 3 Komornkn, tho 3rd Sunday in caeh mouth at 3 Brogo, tho Fourth Sunday of e*ch Month at 3 Cbolr Practleo ut 8 p.m. every Friday. M. KIKKPATHlCK.ll.A.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Friday. The policy of the Fodoral Government was dieclosud by Mr. Barton nt Mait laad last night. He anncunced that tho oloctions would tako place at the oarliost possible date, and expressed tho hopo that only men of sound principle would bo returnod. Steps would bo takon aa noon as [insaibJo to ?oloct tho fodoral capital sito, which would not bo sold, but loosed for a long term, with ro apprni&omGQts from timo to time. All the dopartuionts o' the publio aorvico would be taken over without delay. lie declarod that tho money requiied by the Common wealth could uot he ohtainod by adopt ing tho policy of thoir fiscal nppouonts. Thoro had boen too much juggling and jesting with figures and plunging into debt, but their powor of taxation would not bo rashly exercised. If, aftor tbo fodoral tariff had been im posed, tho States needed more rovenuo, it could only bo obtained by a system nf diroct taxation ; but nuch taxation could only bo raised under press...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Laugh and Grow Well. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

Laugh and Grow Well. Is a singular trentwe on Is tighter the writer Rives iin instance thnt i' of itself lauKhitblt) enough. A pntimt twins very low with fever, nnil ihe physician in nttend n'ic» h'in-; nt ;i loss :is to trnw ho niti/'i'n piimuiu n li'lllblUH, IIUll ordered n dose nf rhularh; but nfter the mcilicine hml l.een pre pnred,fearinfjit8 (ie')ilititin-; cOVct*, the older wns countermanded. Not long therenftpr » pet monkey be longing to the patient th'it had bjfen in the ro--m all the while,. Hci-ing the goblet in which tl'c nursu hud prepared the i ejected modifinesiill xtnnding on the table, slipped .slyly up, took it in liis hnn.ls, anil pnl it ti hi' lip*. Tho first taste wns prnbnbly novel, nnil he made n comic il grim ace, but he disliked t-- give up. Another sip, nnH he {jot the sweet of the syrup. His fjrntesq'ie visage brightened. Ho cut a fuitivo glance round, and then sat quietly ?ioWJI, with the goblet grasped fi mly ; anH pretty soon ho plaeed it to his lip«, a...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

n'KSLKV.».V. First Snnday in inch month, Bosn II, lay Bcrrlco Bomboka, 11. Merlnglo (Mr S. Johnstone'a) 2.30. Bega, (young people's sanlce) 7.00 Second Sunday, Uega, 11 (Communion), and 7.90 Third Sunday, Bcga, 11 and 7.30. Wolumla, 3 Fourth Suudar, Bega, 11 and 7.U0. Candclo. S Filth Sunday (whou ocourriug), Bega, 1 1 and 7J0 Wolumla, 3 WlZK Evukiho Mectinoi and ScavicKs Wednesday, IBtb -Christian Eudcarer, T.-5 Christian Kndearour Mneting, Wcdnesilay, 7.45 Cioir practice, Friday, 7.80 JOHN SC11AIIKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

Special A«l»pr»lncnn!iilH. ? rTrMITUReT CARPEtI^' BEDSTEADS cfe BEDDING. A. HALL AND CO. DKAWINR-HOOM 9UITE. covered in lUch Tapestry and SlU Pluah Borders —Couch, twu Armohaira, and four Smiill Curved Chain. 6 Guineas. A. HALL AND CO. BKDROOM SUITK, Wainiit Col'i'jr — WanlrulM, -tnw- cmr.p«rtmoiit, enclosed by plate-itl** llllor : Bucheiwo 'Mrim-ing Table to ourro.-iK.nd. MnrbWrt.-,, Wiwh utaud, 2 Olwiw, and To wo1. Hull £G Ion. A. HALL AKO CO. DINING-ROOM SUr',',.;, Very Klr(ni(j-G Uirved-Wlt C;,n;rSi fair Ka»y Chairs, und Couch, -all Sprintf-'1''0'1- £!- ''''? A. HALL AND CO. FULL-SIZE H ALF-TRSTKU HEDSTKM) Kjton.loil Footrail uwl »t*« mounted ; Ilmt Kapok MiUlrnu. HoUt«r, and 2 I'illuwH, Tnplo Wiro Mattress. | XI IS. oouiplcto. A. HA.LL AND COMPANY, 581, 563, 565, and S67 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. HALL'S New Catalogue, 72 Pntfon, liOO Illustrations. Post Frep, or at Ollico uf Ilii* Paper Oountry Orders iwokcd froo. Opon all day SATURDAY until 0 p.m Cliwo 1 p.m. WKDSESBAY. Loavo Tra...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

ICii.Miiiess IKrccdirj JOHN COLUi, ARTISTIC TAILOR, -;intr-'li-s(i-(M'l. Ut-uti, AUJOINIKO T11K HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship GUAUANTKhl). rnoMiT ATrKNTiosrto oi:ri:its. - ts«- Coll and Inspect Patterns. ; 'wHYMAJTa BROOKS, COACH & BUGGY BUILDERS, Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VKHICI.rW Jfado or Hepaitt.1 wi the Shortest Nolii-e. \ IS- OUR PRICE* are mfuMont with ? HONEST WOKKMAKSUH'. ?'? — ^TDE7\ f«*^i'i — ^ MCKeActLJM Aoknt r-ulV.in : Mb. I'. A. 0HM1STON ttnemUt. m a i i. o r i n o A. B. JONES, - THIS - 1 ?\vi:i.r, ? kxowx tailok.. H-l-s to ii-tiinatn thiit lie ha* C 0 M M KXCKH HIT S I K K S S Ii- Premises in Carp-st, Begri. Oitosite tiiK 1'iiht Omen fr;r ALL OKliKHS r---.-ivo potwu.il at tention ami lire ]wuinnily n'.t.-iided to. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. rpilE CENTRAL HOTKL, 11E0A ' ' Under Now Management ? I. P.. DALY T.EGS to remind VISITORS to BEGA that tlwy will find tho CENTRAL offers SPE CIAL ADVAKTAOES. beinw furnished througho...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

SYDNEY MAKKKT REPORT. Hill, Clarko and Co. report on Jan. 16.— Fat pi)»— Prime baconcr.i were in stronger demand on Tuesday, and sol 1 much bettor than Friday's rates. Tuesday's mnrket wax very good for porkers, but nn Wednesday values weakened, still results wero good. Wo quote : Extra weighty hack fats 5Sn to 05s, primo weighty 50s to 5.1», extra pnmn weighty baconers 43s to 47*, primo lighter 37a to -12a. light 30a to 3w, bent heavy park era -2511 to 28, prime lighter 23s tu 25s, light ISa to -'?-'», small light Mi to IBs. Clarke i- To. report on .Inn. H.— Buttor — Ureaniery 9d, factory 7d to 7 Id, dairy 6d to 7d. Cheeaii— Loaf 4d to 4 Jd, large 3d to I jd, dull. Country-cured bacon lid to Sid. I-urd— Bulk 3d. Eggs M to 9d. Maiio Primc 3a Id to 3a 2d. Pigs— Baconers 3Ga to 50s, downward tendencr. Porkers 20a to 28», firm. Poultiy- Turkeys 4s to 12», Kccoc 3k Gil to A* 6d, ducks U Gd to 3b 6d, fowls 2^ to 4s. Bark jE'j tu 8s 6», very firm. FtTDLIMTED AT Br.Ol O^f WEDNESDAY AND SAT...

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EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 January 1901

EVENTS TO COM K. IKva S.hool of Arts DcUUnn I'lul. metis «t.tj iiltrnuitu Friday L«.li,'.v Lclxis ot the O.U.O.O.c. B1,|, Thursday loitulehtly Loyal l'rincu Allrtxl Lodge, Jl.l/., imvcson Moil ?lay. »enlu« Star' LoJko. I.O.O.F., raecta on Monday Masonic Lniico, Ueto meets on .-??co.i.l Tuesday in cell nianth. Boga A.,l'.«nJH. SoclcHyV Committee meets first Tuesday ol the month. First Tuesday in each month. Council Qood Tomplar* meet ovcry TwM.lav Counaon-Tru-teMaoctlastTu-sdarini-arh month J«mt«! Cammitteo meets Second Wednesday In each month Dcija llcnerilent Sodoty meet* second Tuesday in School o! Art- Committoo nuot j First Thursday i' each month I Information UtiUifram SfCTitariti\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

ItiiKiiicflS Dircdory Torn collin, ARTISTIC TAILOR, (/liiircli-hl i-ci'l, ADJOINING TUB HANK HOTEL. Material and Workmanship OUAUANTHIU). PROMPT ATTENTION to OIIPKRS. tsr Call and. Inspect Patterns. 'WHi¥&lR00K3T COACH & BUGGY BUILDERS, Ac., &«., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS o{ VBH1CLBS Mailo or Repaired on the Shortest Notico. tST OUR PRICKS aro consistent with IIO.V KST WO KKM ANSII I ['. ®«SlH \v- va Aqkst fob Hr.3\ *. Mu. F. A.. ORMISTON Clieini-t. rjl A I I, 0 II I N (J A. B. JONES, — THK — -WKLIi- KXOWX TAILOIC. Jlojrs to ultimate thnt ho lms COM M K X C E D U U S I -' E S S In Premises in Carp-st, Bc^a, OlTOSITK TUB PosT OWICK. ALL ORDERS rectivc personal at tention nnd are promptly attended to. GIVE HIM A TRPAL. rjllIK CENTRAL HOTEL, BEGA Un«lor Now Management P, DALY J1KGS to remind VISITORS to RHGA thnt they will find tho CENTRAL oflerH SPK C1AL ADVANTAGES. Winn turniahpil throughout with nSPfc.ClAL KLGAKD TO COMFO...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

gPKCIAIi ANNOUNOKMGNr. — THE — SOUTHERN STAR. [I,uto ' Bna* OiUKrrn.'] ACICNCWI.KDOKD TO 11 K ONE OF THE BRIGHTEST — AND — Most U^-to-date Newspapers IN THE rnOVlNCES. I'UbliHllllIK WEDNESDAYS — and — SATURDAYS. -SUBSCRIPTION RATES' — ABK — 4s. per Quarter. 1Gb per Annum. ADVERTISEMENTS. S1NOI.K COLUMN' Uh. (or Pint luoh. In. Oil. for Bach Aihlitiomil Inch. DOUWjE COLUMN— Sh tor Firnt Inch, Oil for. Each Aihlitiuiml luch. w LA ROE KEOUCTIOSS MAUE.ON CONTINUOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. A SPECIAL HATE of In itil per incl. will bo lcricd on SPORTING an i DKMON STKATION PROCIRAMMES cxccwlinj 10 INCHES. ADVERTISING i- to BUSINESS wh..S STKAM U to MACHINERY, 'TaE GREAT PROI'ELLINO POWER !' THE 'SOUTHERN STAR' 0iaCT7LATF.S rSOH End (o End of tho District, AND AS AX ADVERTISING MEDIUM B IN TIIE FOREFRONT. TIiIn Ofllce huN altva.Dilicld u High ICeitulutioii FOB XU KIXD3 OF JOB PRINTING, And in This Department, the New Pro prietors, being KXPKRIENCEI) MEN, will give SPECIAL ATTENTION '.o all Orders en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

Look well l should perlo-m j its functions properly % ? ? * * | J? it'ow'' reel well of th: tady should work in harmony # . ? . Be well Z j world's Medicinal j. Tonic Beverage — Wolfe's Schnapps. BY DRINKING Wolfe's | Schnapps vol* wii.i, / LOOK WELL ^ f;.\ FEEL WELL ani- BE WELL. Il isunsurimscrlits u lor l.ivvr Ailment-. t- i\ %UuuiUt\l thai mils tlig('-tii«u, il Junes the M.mueh nnd invi^'iralos. ihe nnd Ask for WOLFE'S tho Real Original 8chnapp«. a^'QYa '- v v One Taste is Enough' Iiie writer never h'^ ft t,f rhntnnatism but pneo— ftl»r'ut f0'nr y(lfir4 „K,0 it wntf— Hti(1 u una tJp ftfl-1 jnJ1|jM m0 KrtmI1 f0r H\x ^-«'K8. Ana I am not proving f°r I tun get ft hrartlorul now', j«i-*t by thinking bow it felt. Hut. ob. what a lot of folk catch it wor*-o than I did. Hern in Mrs. Annio Hill, die »« ono of them- Or rather nho wo*: nho Ik right ooough in thoso diiyu. Her idea of talking of it it to clieer aomo other smlTeter, and nhow him tho way out. And wu thank her for thHt. It'a t...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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AS YOU LIKE IT! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

AS YOU LIKE IT! [Rv Naubioa Jack.] A brewer's drayman, wlio die 1 recently ut Smelhwick, Knglnn-l. xveigbeil 32 stone. Must have been more liko a brewer's cask 1 Cubaryo 'ias n plusjne of grass hoppers, and the local paper lias snnk so low that it. invites its readers (if any) to send nlong the„ latest yarns about tho pest. Cubargo 'Chroniclo' says there id not much chance of 'our cliim pion' goint; to the front. 'Well, perhaps there is a little more chance of his doing so tliun there is 'of tho 'ChronicluV champion getting into Parlimnent. Red-haired people are le»s likely to bcconie bald i htm those who havo hair of other tints. The writer would have thought, it was the other way about, owing to red haired people being so hottem pored. An exchango says thnt Chinese razors nro noted for their excel lency, and nro made out of old horseshoes. Woll, soino of our back-block barbers use razors that very uiueh remind tho person who is being shaved of an old horse shoe, but as to their ex...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

No houso should bo without n supply of Jnokson'A corditilti now that tlio warm weathor ia coming on.* The Star — the paper tlio peopk read — offers the beet inducement to advertisers. At a court-martial held on board H.M.S. Porpoise on Thursday, o signal man named Frank Sm'nh was sentenced to six months' im prisonment for having struck on officer on the night of tho Cpm monwealth smoke concert. AUTHENTIC MEDIO AL0P1NI0NS ?WORTH KNOWING— Dr. Osbornosny,: ' I o«o SANDER & SONS' EUCALYP TI EXTRACT an a spray lor itaBul ca tarrh, low tovor, asthma. &o.. with groat success. I find Ibis proparatinn cuporior to all others.' Dr. Stahl : ' I bavo uaod yarions preparations of Eacalrptuj, but I gat bettor results from SANDER aud SONS' EUOALYPTI EXTRACT tbwi from any olhot.' Dr. PreBton : ' I noror use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS', and I found tho othors to bo almost useloss.' Dt, Hart: 'It eoes without saving tbat SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI...

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

CLIPPING S The maize crop on the Maclcay this season is expected to furnish n record in point of quantity. A rcmarkublc operation has been performed in Adelaide on n boy 8 yars old, an ineh screw being re moved from his nostrils. I be Chinese Peace Envoys havo affixed the Imperial Great Seal to the Joint Note, thereby formally ct nsenting to the terms of peace. 'Revenue without Jc-'truction ; a biriff mainUtning employment and not ruining it; a business tatifl.' This is Mr. lJirion's policy. Mr, Barton I h inks that the shock of the unrestricted competition with the whole world would ruin Australian industiies. M r. Barton has resolved to accept ! the principle of adult suffrage, while opposed to women having seats in Parliament. Business iu kerosene is beir.g dona at Hid nnd !)d per galhn. | This is a fall in price during the last month of nearly 25 percent. Out of 3U0 tests made of food anil other commodities by the Board of Health authorities 11!) showed tho articles to contain m...

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An Eventful Year. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

An Eventful Year Tim hut year of tho last ccnturj- h«B been ; porhap* ono of the most eventful tfritHhore I have known for the pa«t hundred yearn. I Tho war in South Africa, tho rovernca tbo Brituh troops sustained and their ultimato j victory, havo oomo aa a surprise. The ad vent of wircicM telegraphy, the rompHca- J tions in China, the oyclone in Tcxah, and tho I birth of a now Australian Kmpiro aro eventa J undoubtedly of a lifetime. Aud all havo oc* currcd during the past year. Then again, during that particular year, Bilo Beana for ! Biliousness have earned for themselves a ' reputation which placeH them far iu advance of uny othor procuration. Why in fiuoh tho canoy and whynavo Bilo Beans becomo so popular ? Firstly, because the actual mcrita of tho Bcann aro such a« to convince the pationt of their mimical vnluo; eocondly, becauflo thoy stood thu teat of yeara, and thirdly, betauso tho price, per box, ia such as to bo within the grasp of both rich and poor. 1 India has 131,60...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 23 January 1901

One-sixth of the inhabitants of France have bank accounts. Vegetarians have clearer com plexions thau people who eat animal food. . Explosive bullets were first used in Inuia for bunting tigers ind elephants. j A case 102 years old has just been settled iu tho Court of Claims at Washington. Portland is theJareest prison in j England. Nearly 2,000 convicts J are located there. I The blue coat worn by butchers I originated from its bein;; the colour I of the uniform of a guild. Paderewski's average income from each concert, after paying all expenses, is over £1000. Three thousand five hundred people are employed at the London Central Teler»ranh Office. Tho biggest workhouse in the world is in Liverpool. It has ac commodation for 5000 inmates. The Boers, no matter what their wealth may bo, traiu tbeir girls in all household duties, and they, therefore, make the best wives. Mtne. Bernhardt went np in a big wheel in London the other day. 'Suppose the wheel should stick now, as it did abo...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 26 January 1901

CLIPPINGS. Tho news of her Majesty's death caused it profound shock at (Jape town, where il w»s .stated to be 'the worst news of the past un- I happy 12 inonihs.' | TIid transport Canada has sailed J for lhe Cape with 1300 regular troops and 5'20 of Inspector-C!1 nenil Baileii-Poweli's police on board. Australiini- desirous of enrolliui; I in the Scottish Horse, being fui med ' at Durban, will be ofiered a free passage to South Africa. It is considered possible that Mr. Reid, instead of Mr. Gould, may fijiht the Prime Minister in the Hunter. LIVKR COMPLAINTS l)n. Kiso'i. Dasdf.lios xsnlluixisKl,ivr.ii Pills, witauut mcfuiry, uro u pnient re niwjy ? rcmo\o all Liver anil St.inin.-h C'oin pl.iim.s, niliuusnt-.^. Iluuliiuhu. Si.-k.iws, Miuuldt-r 1'uin.s, Hi.artl.uni. Iuilii.'o.stiun, Con»ttoatlu/i. IJr. Kiiifr'.s I'ilh. are old fin-hioL a. wJ'hout the il-.tig..-1'oua vhitc coHtinu ou mmif now Till' Detective T.iomey, of Rrisb:me, w!:n was sli.bbid l.y a Qucetislnn.l criminal, lias reco...

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