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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

'ADVERTISEMENTS. Tarraville, Gipps Land.. A FORTUNE. mo . that. splendid tw.o-storied new J- brick'; housej built expressly.;,;for'-:;a first-rate familyJiotel,.situate in McKenzie' streetr .in. the. centre of f:that; flourishing' township ;ofrTan:aviIle, \on the ;innin road from Port Albert, and at a:distance.there from of>three miles. <The house contains sixteen rooms, cellar, and .stabling;*; 'Situ ation -not excelled-in GippSiLand dor busi-< riess; and such an opportunity not often to be met with. . , i - Earl}' application will -be-necessary.! wp. ,;i For,particulars apply to JOHN WILLTS on the. premises. • :; - 203-4 Grbat Hessian State Loan . of 6,725,000 Dollars. HPI"?IS LO.AN is guaranteed by • the -V Government, and contracted , by the; eminent Banking House of Messrs. iioth schild, in Frankfort. The following1. icapital prizes ninst be gained, viz:— • 14 of; 40;000 dollars: 00 of 4,000 dollars. 22 „ 36,000 , „ '60 „ 2,000 „ 24 „ 32,000. „ 120 „ 1,...

Publication Title: Gippsland Guardian
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

M ELB0URNJ5. ;Th e Ministry.—Gliief'Secretnvy, Mi-: 0!Shsuiii?sy ] Afctprney-Genpralj Mr.'CJIiap-' man; Treasurer, Mr. Hsi'fcer;; Land nncl "Works, Mr. .Duffy; Trade and Custom Mi-. Miller; Solicitor-General, Mr. Ireland; Postmastei;-Generfd| "Dr. sEvans;) 3 ? J > ' ■ • The four mutineers ol' tho ship Juni or, lately cultured iri this'district,'have been sent from ^Melbourne to Sydney, whence they will lie forwarded to the United Stales i'or;trial. The remaining two of the.niutineers lui'ye'hith jrto elud ed the v.ijfileiicc of the police. ..., , . .•>{*<■•• A li.-eioceured lately on .the' farmJof! Mr. Jolinson,iilockyiAVaterHoles, by which (he |)rodiioe.ol<4.0.0 acres ofwheat, 200 tons, hay,'six. valuable horses with harness, -machinery,-and some ' timber,* estimated at. upwards oI'.-£800 were en-: tiroly-'dcslroyed. T ■■■■"' ' ' • " Lastweek an' eagle hawk pjunced upon a yuting siickinu'pig/in, the lii'nh 'oi'• Mr. - J. '1'. Smith, at Moonee Ponds, near...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE. (Before J. W. Jones, Esq., J.P.) Thursday, March 11th, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

J POLICE INTELLIGENCE. SALE.'. u (B-fm-u J. W. Jones, Esq.. J.P.) . >Thtii;diliiv, 'Mfirchvl lili, 'l'S58".^ . Two .men were finod ten shilling's each • for-intemperance fori the vmhv course. " - John ■Rowley, remanded from-last. week :fhiirgiid with being concerned in a roly ber.y of' £160 from -John Gonnell; was (lisuhnvg'etl.'ji Two witnesses proved that Gonnitll allowed Rowley t.okeep the half noteiin; question on the Tuesday previous' to the." time'iistutCil:' that- the robbery was (.•oniinitted.' -Potlr parties-were very imiclr tin; worsts of liquor. - ''"Mr.; Webb defended;,the prisoner. • ■ '

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A SACK OF POTATOES. [TRANSLATED FROM THE "JOURNAL D' AGRICULTURE PRATIQUE."] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

A SACK OF. POTATOES. • ■[translated m'jiom jtue l't JOU r-n-ali !ii.' ; .\ <"!i • *jl'' ' ■ d'aquicultujie - pratique. ■jv I am indebted to t.hti libomlity of M. Decaisne for someN bulbs of the Ohi.ne^e Yam,*withvinstrnctiqns;hqw.: to cultivate it: I have observed' that they prepare lor the puvpdsb'a bed:of half-earth' and HaI/-dung-; * and tliat ifc is' by an enormous quantity of manure that such {extraordinary,results' are. ■ obtained in".Ciiina,- b^1; r\vbicl 1 an;iridivfd 11 al^ mavisubsist" a< 'whole, year,} on, the, prod uce • i . • . •'.f 'Vij( ft'l' "■> i'.-. -i J ■"* < >. of ten "metres (about: ele veil yards English.) I-formed, a bed'of-'ten square ••metres/ and (dressed ,it with- stable-dung1;'' Now; we know'that'thelChinese"havo"Cvery'lfew v cnttlefpbut/-in' compensationj-Vplenty'' of • nig'lit-soil,'! numerous'; canals hicli^they ; scouiHoiity 'and iT'considerable quantity o'f nqiwtic-plants. I The 'eompos'ts which they obtain'"fro...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WHEAT, AND COLONIAL AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN : WHEAT, ■ AND' COLO J' MAk AGRICULTURE;'1 ' A specimen' of'Western Aus tralian wheat; 'grown in 'York district, - on" 'the ' ''propertyv'of GhailesWittenoomjEs^i/having been: sent1 to the 'Editor 'of- the Farmers* Magazine] -publisli'ed -ih London,1 with a request that it might ibe noticed i in- that, publi cation, 1 the - subjoinedo observa-| tions,were appended-:,-^ , ■ ," We.i •have/?i'eceive"di'=.'the^ specimen; of i wheat referred to irv tlie forogoingletter/a'nd /can, .without'rhesitationj prono'uri'ce it to lie'a j remarkabty' handsome :type of-- that' grain; I 11 is. a'.variety oif.\\\^:-.FHtibum^hybernuW\ kind) and- was probably 'produced'original-1 ly from seed' of the Iventislv \vhite; wbeat J which; it resembles ip-theform .of'-the b'er-i ry, but in other respects' exhibiting' in- a. I . striking lig-ht the modifications produciblo'j in- the wheat plant under,the1, influence: of soil, -climate'^ ■ &c; :: Tlie'1 ears—of 'which i ^herevvyere twe...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ' ; Jtiuxii. Snlunlnjv Sundny .. Monday Tuosdny 3Vcdncsdy Thursday Friday : •§ i; l"4j li- G U' 4 C- 3 i;- iji° G-"b;n 1st Qr, 5'22 p.m. 4-16 o-3ii 0-2-1 FA?; 8' 0 8-48 Port lUbcrton vTnrru Albcrton Port * Divine iiffc awonj Service, English Church, morning, Tarrnville Yarrani Varrahi.'

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FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

'J;' ■ 'V^A'RMERS''CLUB. .-Meeting" held*'.at'.'tlie .-All)ei'ton Hotel,' i Alhorton, on Sntui'dhy'-.-tho 13th March, 1858. Several« objects for. 'competition 'at the' .£orthcbmingshow were' added' to 'the list, viz.: . , i-jPoi1 the best basket'of-1 doz. e'g'gs" ' (Salt butter, ■ best- 7' lbs. • , „ ' : ..^Fresh, butter as taken.-to market,'best 7Jbs. - ' Hoe honey, best' 51bs. ' ' * . Beeswax, host'?'lbs.' ' * ' ...<Best description"ofJ bee-HiVe-' • . ; ' . Resolved tji'nfc 'the; Chairman find tlie Secretary- be 'requested- to prepare "rules for .conducting1 the' show1'andPloughing-. Match.I ' >> - - 1 " J . .Resolved that-' silver' medals he 'given as prizes in tlie1 l-'lou^hin'"'Match.'' - - ,-Resolved that the'Secretary be instruc ted ,ito coni municate wi tli some tradesipnn' •;in Melbourne, witlra view to getting; the :t hierlills |>"repared-, find that lie also be in ;.structed to; procure a one bushel measure. f: .Resolved that, non-subscribers be charge...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 19th March, 1858. THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

<0tp.ps Friday, 19th March, 1858. THE NEW MINISTRY; The gentlemen, wliose rames are given in another column, are now regularly installed in office as the successors of- the late adminis tration., The. difficulty of form ing a Ministry must"have,been very great, if we may Judge by, the variety of • changes 'that are reported .to lmve taken place be fore the different offices; could be satisfactorily filled.. Tliat there, should have been some; difficulty experienced cannot b'e matter: of | wonder when the extraordinary mixture of parties on the divi sion which led to the resignation of the Haines Ministry is con sidered. ■: In that division men who had, on. various questions^ avowed diametrically opposite opinion's were found, ranged on the same side, and some "of those who had consistently; supported; the Ministry" in tlieir general policy, helped' to swell the ma- i jority by;1 which 1 they .w!ere de i feajted on the 'schedule,of Elec-. ;toral Districts:\",%>-[ I'. '■...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OMEO WEEKLY SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

LOCAL' Ti\TELLrGEiAfGE! " .1 1 i'3 *■' J x* ^ .i'i- *>-' OMEO WEIL:KLY SUMM'ARY' , Ilavirrgjnst-Vel'urneH'-from' a' visit,'to the -nVw' rash,' upoii the Sheep-Sliitjon IIut-Creek I hasten to send you the following correfit'r'eport-77, , ! - I mentioned in a former communica tion my co.iviclions.that a large.gold,field; existed, ,between; .the loft, branch ,of Swift's Creek, .and-the head-ol\ the. Liv,-• i jgstoneV .ancli vcoinilrv '-beyonclii i'The presint.rush 'seemsuarnply'* to = bear out niv assertions." . - •' ' Tliis- Greek- is: one of three'that fake their-rise/lroni the!div,idi:i'g range : be"-', tween llie/Ftmibo/and! the: co'un tryly-. ing towards the' 'Da'r'go", ^arid joins the left branch of"Shift's C re ok.' a bout- t\v 0 ■■ miles above its Junction with the main stream. . ( , >, There/were seven .parties.at work.at the lime of.my visit; all; of .whom antici-V pate,;,fVcm>)tvje,pro.s|)ectsiobtained; that■ the Creek will yield wery.-handsome■' wages..'iluesb'. pr...

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THE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

■'> THE ENGLISH NEWS. The n6WSAfromlEnglan'd'iVsatis-'" factory, in a -commerciali-point of view, as it testifies to returning confidence;, and. >a renewals-of business transactions ; and at the. same time the great manufactories were slowly, resuming work, hut great numbers of operatives were, still' unemployed and suffering i much hardship.; a Money hacV be come very plentiful and rates (of discount' were reduced1 one" h'alf, the Bank of., England , having lowered its rate from ten to five per cent. Tliis excessive, supply of money is' a!'bad:" sign.' ''It'ls evidence that' the money which should- he employed in- business or manufactures,...is ;lying- idle in the banks, and hence the sudden i and large reduction of discounts. i ■ - • D . ■ ' , I It.is tobe, lipped that Vhyv.t:his. time the surplus capital will have been usefully)empioyed/;:lancV.'the laboring population in full work; The abundant harvest will have proved an unspeakable blessing during the.,mone"tary. crisis,...

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LATER ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

LATER ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. " The.-Royal aVIail' Stea mer European arrived ' in'Hobson's Bay on Thursday tnorningv l 1 th instant',- andiias brought', news from England to the 10th Jan uary, one month later' than' the'.'advices previously.received. ; , .-■■■■■:» The „Royal Charter had sailed for Melbourneon the J 1th. January., rr. . i ' Another attempt- had been made on ;the L4th January to assassinate the Em peror of of' the French. Just' as the Emperor and Empress- were .entering the- Opera' House^' hollow^'projectiles were thrown'into, their carriage, which exploded with disastrous, .-'efrect.' ,, A 'large numb-t of persons were wounded,, some of them; mortally,'and; thei Env peror's hat wascr,us.hedby(oneofthe frag-'; men ts., .0 ne of the horses w.as\ki 11 ed an d 'the'carrujge nuich damaged. The Itoyal' party entered the .opera house.and re mained till, the end -ofthe performance. They were; loudly cheered 'in1 the'liop'se, and{ on'their .way back ' to the 'palacei (Some ^twe...

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PORT ALBERT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

PORT. Ar/BKUT'R:\CES. if- A meeting was'held, pursuant to notice i.in last week's issuo,' at the Jioy'al Hotel', .Tarraville, orr .Saturday, fcli'e 13t,h in;t.; iit which' it. wns ' propnsed by Mc. Hogarth, ' seoondeiI by A! r.' Scntts, that M r. Is1 eilsori I take tins chitii*: • ■ CnVriad. i. '['he chairman then . rend the advertise ■merit convening- tlie'.mooting1, and asked -• M r. Meyrick to explain the .object for -which -the meeting-' v,'as' called. Mr. Mnvrick stated he had 'called -the meeting in conse quence of Mr.'Howden having resigned .his office as one'of r.lie Stewards. Mr. How.den explained that lie had resigw-d his appointment'in ccn.seqiience of one of the officers appointed at the public meeting having- repudiated an engagement lie had entered into with'the Trustees of the Port Albert Race 'Course, and be, Mr How,den, ! could not act in concert as Steward of tlio races with that gentleman. ' i . Proposer! by Mr. Hogarth, seconded by Mr. Meyrick tliat. Mr. McKonzie...

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CIVIL WAR IN KANSAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

, "/< ,4" IO 'i (1 '<11 v '■ lA ' ClVI'L AVAH IN KANSAS. , A"tegraphic 'despatch from.St Louis, do ted it lie 8.0th' December,11 st.-ites' lltat'ci vil war has broken1 out;in Kansas. ^Se veral-' serious :j conflicts .;had 'oceu! red A fight took' place between the; Govern ment troops'and !'a body of pro-shiver); nien^iii '^yhiclT several,'|w(oi;e'|lv\ 1 aWfl • wo i(rid e'd j i ri c I u (I i n g •;Uie:;United, S tates Maifehall.' ' , < . .THK ATLANTIC,| CABLE. > .*>;■} President Buehanan.andahe>Seereta-v ry ofj thp ,J^ayy,'warmly/.! approve ?.o$ 'and i liavejtjc,e de d;ito, the: apytlication •• 0ff tht; Ailaniics'Telegraph \Goinpany :for the-! steanrsfrigateilSMagar.aj.tq'assist'in laving 1 the'submarine?: cable -'liet\veeiV' iIv'eland/i and Newfoundland in? June next*. ? H

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED (PORT ALBERT.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

Sfti PPINC1 INTELLIGENCE. AHKIVED (rORT AIjUKRT.) March; •17'.TrrAfacquarie, -.schooner, ,130' tons, G. ■■Harrison,' from Hobarfc Town. • ' March 37.—Oberon, steamer,' 6fi tons, It. Spence, from Melbourne -j'-t-jKissengers—• cabin; Messrs'.,' Planner, 'J.t 'Planner, Schiller, and McPherson.7 Ste'erag'e, 12."' •March 18.-—Ghncoe, barque, 1 GO tons, D. White, from Plobart Town. March. 18.—Ii., S. -Page, Kbnvqne; "230' tons, 'J'. Spi-inff, j'roin Hobart Town; ■ : } > CLEARED OUT. March 9.—Eclipse, schooner," 100 ton's,' " E. B. Wolfe, for Hobart Town.'. , ,-r t March 15.—Dobsons, schooner, . Ilf2: tons, J. Tobin, for Launccston. March -IS.—Mary-Ann)* schooner/ 11(5 tons, J. Graves, for Jlobarfc To,wn.<ri..; IMPORTS. ; ' > . '; !'■ 'i Mai'cli -l?.—Macquariej from Hobart Town'; 3 cases jewellery,, 4 casesrbardware, 2 cases fruit. March 17.—Oberon,.: from Melbourne ; > 20 cases Geneva, 3 hhds. rurn, ;82 pkgs. sugar, 76 pkg's.' tea,' 3 plvgs. 'tobacco, 2 cases cin'ai'S,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

ADVERTISEMENTS.; Steam to Melbourne. THE Port Albert Steam; Navigation Co.'s fine new screw ; steamer' pBERON, Captain Spence,: . willi sail from the Company's .Wharf-for above port this' day_ Friday, March 19th, at 11, o'clock, aim. Fares—Cabin: Steerage £2,5s. ■ < Freight £2 per ton. ; ' All goods immediately on being landed, are at consignees risk. Gold, for shipment, must be; entered at the Customs before. 10;o'clock,a.m. on-day of sailing. For Freight or Passage apply to ' WM. DOriERTY, Mannger, i , 141-03 ?nrf, Albert, 23rd Oct., 1857 npi-IE half-yearly Meeting^/ the Shai'e-. holders of the 'Port Albert Steam Navigation. Company will be'held at Port Albert, on Wednesday,; the 7th clay of April,'1858, at 12 o'clock (noon). "■■ (By order) W. DOHERTY; Manager. Port Albert, 17th 'March, 1858.; <■ i-:- 252-3 Hurdle Race. ■A Hurdle • Race of • sovereigns, -*~V .with entrances added, for all horses. Weights,- not under 10 st: 4 lbs. ' Distance twice round the co...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The business transacted during the last week was of a character somewhat similar to v.'lint it lins been for rannv week? past. The transactions were pretty numerous, but few of them large. The purchases were mostly for the supply ot immediate wants. And the importers are now so numerous ..that even large transactions make, very little; impression upon the im mense stocks in the warehouses of the merchants - It may be that the business of last week was affected in «a slight;' de gre« by the arrival of the mail, as it wris almost confidently expected that there would be news of a very important falling1 off in the export of goods to this Colony, and a consequent increase in pricc and demand tor the goods already to hand ; lint tho news has not confirmed the an ticipations. The shipments continue -al most as large as ever,-and they are very likely so to continue for many months to - come. ; When they may be diminished, or from what cause, it would require' those wjr®...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

C03J1IERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT MARKETS. Messrs McKenzie and Co.'s quotations r re— - Pino Adelaide flour, £22 per ton. ; ' V. D. Lnnd Hour, .£21 do. Chilian do., £20 do. Gipps Land, £10 to £18 do. , . Congou's, in chests- and halves, £10 to £12. . Sugars, from.i7s to 56s. - ' Barkly MiLTiS.—Mr. Carpenter re ports prices as under— • - , Fine flour, £18 per ton. BrniV* v2s. 6d. per bushel, delivered at Port Albert or Tarraville. Wheat bought at Gs. to 0s. Gd per bushel. Grinding, Is. Gd, per bushel. Sawn timber, delivered at Port--Albert Alberton, or TatraviHc free Quartering,-' 2 x 3, 12s.; 2 x 4, I5s.; 3 x 4, 18s. Weatherboards, 10s. (id. Flooring do., 19s. Battens, 3 to the i'oot, IGs. , :

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ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 19 March 1858

ALBERTON DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Minutes of meeting held at Alberton,       on Saturday, the 13th, March, 1858. Present—The Chairman, Messrs.       Hedley, Flinn, Neilson, and Car-     penter.           The valuation of property in Alber-     ton, Victoria, Yarram Yarram, west of considered and agreed to. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed.         Resolved that the Secretary be re-     quested to communicate with Mr. Gib- the Albert, and the district beyond was son with reference to the extra work performed on contract No, 10. The Secretary laid upon the table a report of all complaints made to this Board of obstructions— having been placed upon roads- &c.     Resolv...

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Gipps Land Guardian, Friday, 26th March, 1858. MINISTERIAL EXPLANATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 March 1858

€>\nm Suxvli ian, Fmay,S&th March, 1858. ■ ' MINISTERIAL EXPLAIN1 A ' TIOKS, : I A number of the, Ministers have i appeared ^ before their coiistitu-j eiits,-, and < explained. the course of proceedings which led to their elevation. They also took ad vantage of the occasion to fore shadow the line of policy they intended to pursue, and to glance at the -prospective advantages which the country would derive from their administration of its affairs. Their statements har monized, pretty well in.the main, but "in one instance, at least, there" appeared to be a slight difference. Mr. Gliapman told his constituents that reform would be prosecuted to comple tion, and that all that remained to be done now was to pass one or two schedules, including the boundaries of electoral districts and apportioning the number of members to each ; and he added 'that the clause providing for the representation of minorities would be abandoned. Dr. Evans, on the other hand, said that ...

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SALE. (Before J. W. Jones, Esq, J.P. and J. Macfarlane, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Guardian — 26 March 1858

SALE, '(Before J. W. Jones, Esq , J.P. and; ,T. Maefar'ano, Esq., .J.P.) "Y Charles Gordon was charged by con-: stable Garland with assault on the race course this case had been twice re-, mantled to procure the attendance of' a Keeorid magistrate. > Constable Car land stated that he :saw '-the prisoner; strike a man on the course iuul therefore took him into cus; tody. Gorden in defence stated, that the man was stealing his stirrup irons: :and was very abusive, lie acknowledged: ■striking,him; • " ■ • • • - . i ' Fined two pounds and costs. . < Richard Helmsley, a man of ' color,1 was next charged with a violent assault, committed on constable Garland. Goh-1 stable Garland stated that when on du ty on the race course,1 ''lie saw the pri soner riding.about, he was drunk and unable to , manage his liors'e. ; ,He; ad vised the prisoner to get off;the course and received a very abusive answer. He afterwards went up.to the the pri soner to apprehend him, .the{ prisoner res...

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