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LORD ROBERT CECIL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

Loan Rtonenr Ct'cr,.-This nobleman is a younger son of the Marquis of Exeter, andis mlaking the tour of the Australian Colonies for the purlpse ofoueful informa:tion. Lord Stanler ellest ,sn of the Earl of Drhbv, lhas beeu visiting the East Indies and Caylon lately. -Wno is the thing, abstraction, or person:fica tion, that is moving about in the newespapers, utnder the name or title of" Advaneo Allstralia *' He wants a grand holiday to celebrat the anni versary of the licovery of our goll flio!d. At least, someholy who assunles thie name, stiggests that " the first anniversary of a discovery which hias E sandlenlv raised AustraJia to eo proud a pre-eminence, will be gladly tlken advantage of, and an example set which will descend through. out generations, and be still remembered when our descendants inhabiting these colonies shall be a mighty people, and our adopted country hold a proud rank amoaglt the nations of the earth," 'Tus PROPosED -ORTHERx CoO?.T.-As we do not recollect hav...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

FOa SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRA.T. ThS Propriitor, Dr. Clerk.'e C hiltell, preparinq to leave the Colomn,. T' HEeslate of Windermere, near P.int Henry. It hasone and a half mile frontage to the hay, is beautifully situated on a hill, commands a most extensive prospect, the land is superior and let tosobstantial tenants, divided into farms of from 50 to 100 acres, whoset lease swill expire in three years from March next. One lot of 20 acres with good cottage, not rnder lease. LoT 3. The substantial, well-finished; two .storied hou e, now inhabited by D". Clerke. It contains ten rooms,, four of which measure 20 feet by 15. It is built on a hill and commands an extensive and delightful view. Stable and coach house, gate house, and lawn 31 acres. LoT 5. Several small brickcottagesin Albert lane, and 25 feet frontage to Corio-street, nearly opposite Mr. Cnmmins's brewery. LoT 6. A paddock rf 3 acres in (hilwell, frontage to two streets, divided in lots to suit pnrchasers. Also, half an acre o...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MEN THAT I SAW AT THE DIGGINGS. No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

3iEN THAT I SAW AT TIHE DIGGINGS. No. 6. RIPEATED robhleries hald prrlnced their effect. Eilht sentinels guarded one line of tents on lMurdering; Flat. Watchwords were isued, and Etran-ers after dark challenged. It was more lik? an eneanmpnsent amid a hostile tribe,than a peaceful dwelling among one's own bloodl and kin. Guns and pistols were discharged, and re laded as a preparative to rest. Fire-arms had becomue as familiar as play things to a chill. It isastornihing how son men adupt themselves to altered r,:cumstancee. the trees awide birth, having a whole sume regard for my personal safety, and keeping a ood, look out, least some pet hull ldog r ht fastei on my ham strings, becanee I had n dereT rn a tent peg-I Fighted Ben Harwkins's lowlysv ,eliir., whose transparent sheeting looked like : "G:ll.;ntee" show. ' Itillo ! Ben' shouted I-as I drew within ear shot. 'I;l!o *' shouted Ben-creeping out on his hands and knees--he culi'nt stand lI right in l;is tet, withoat ,arrying off...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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JUDICIAL DEMEANOUR IN ENGLAND AND THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

JrflICI.r, I)PMEAAOUfl IN I, (;LA\'D AND) TILE CO "tir.F; the various Au tr iint coloniiU's * uelpt 'it the liQn~ ,,;'~rinint, as without even the ciheck or control rhich is obtainable in Van Dieimen's Land, it may be well to contrast the judicial demeanour at home and in the colonies. The London correspondent of the 'Syd nev Ierald' says, some years a~o a citizen of Sydney- respectfully rebuked, through the columns of the 'Herald,' the then c, mion habit in your town of drawingr invidious comparisons between Colonial judges and English judges. I almost forget now the coulrse of aryn ment or observation lie pursued, but I think it was generally to the effect, that much the saun results might be looked for from the zeal and ssidluity of com petent men, whether those me'n were in Sydney or in London ; and that there was somethilng savoring almost of a su perstition in the constant reference to English functionaries as a sort of stand! ard by which all others elsewhere might safely sha...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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THE HISTORY OF THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

T(II IIISTORY OF THE AUS TRALIAN GOLD DISCOVERY. 3.SI II.i.!(IAVS did nit pretend to arrive at his condusio that ~old was to be folind in New Solith Wzl !es, o, : yV very precise scientific deductions. It was the surface indications in the first pIlce tlh:t struck him, and the similirity of these indications in Califoriia anil Australia was so tgreat, that he ciould not resist the opinion that if gold was to lie found in one, it was in the other also. 3Ir. IIargraves, however, had the oportunity of digging and seeingia others di successfuily for grld in California, amd thus, when he caine here to try the same experiment, and foind the samne fisnratioiis in tile sarim position. hIe wIas the inlre enlcoiraied in his iiundertkin. lie Iwas eoolgist suiltcienlt to distiligiuisli these rf.nii.tionls one fromi another. :;id T._,Ilhtl jidge(d, that if the qiuart; veins of the mount;iii ranges in Califomrnia p -odiuccd ,hld, they woald be likely to di. so els'ewhere. The discovery of 3Ir. ia...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

TO J1IECJIANTS, GROCERIS. W ANTED, by the undersigned, a situati n as storeman, or counter nan, in Gee!ong; he is thoroughly comn petent to take the management of any concern in the col:ny, andl has had con siderahle experience in the ir ,nmongery t.ade References to one of the first houses of business in Melbourne, Address R. S., care of Mr. Brewer, Timber Yard, Coll ngwool. STEAM TO IitELBOUR E, DAILY, SUnA-s Er.CErPTED. 11,P'E N.PW STEAMER VICTORIA, . .Ton?N M'l.ra, Commander, Wll leave the Qrein's Wharf, Geel'ng, f'r ?eithoorie, every afternoon,.at One o'clock. AND, Raleigh's Wharf, Melbourne, for Gee long, every morning at Eight o'click. SHEF APIIRASIA, steamer,Wm Hunnter, commander, hiving com pleted her repairs, will leaIe Geelong, for Melbourne, every MTonday, Wednes day, and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J. B. lu-rron & Co. (Geelong Agents. Apr! 10, 1852. STEAM TO SYDNEY. Regularly Twice a Montl . ' IIE Anstialasian Steani Navigation Company's steam s!trps, SHAMROCK and ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT OF CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

PROGRESSIVE MOVE3MENT OF CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES. Now that the Katlir war is terminated, the colonists of the Cape of Good Hope will have time to attend to that revision of their new constitution. We are told, in a Cape paper, that the people of Port Elizabeth have joined their fellow-colo nists in accepting the Constitution, trust ing in the full Representation of the whole Colony, for such alterations and improvements as such Representation is alone qualified to suggest and adopt. It seems, for a time, to have been over looked, that the place where Parliament is to assemble, and the seat of the local or general government are not, as they oug"ht not to be, expressly detennined by as article in the Constitution. These are matters of convenience, to be deter mined by circumstances. They belong to the executive branch of the state. The Queen may summon her Parliament to meet her at York, Edinburigh, or Dublin, or any other place within the United Kingdom. In the same manner the sea...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 8 May 1852

MARRIED.   At Geelong, on Friday last, the 30th April, by the Rev. F. Lewis, Wesleyan Minister, Mr. Tho-   mas Townsend of the Wimmera District, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr. George Gain, of Mu- rumbidgee, New South Wales.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRA ;T. The Prorrirtor. Dr. Clerke, C~i dll. ;repar;nr to leare the Colony. Lor 1. 9- HE estatr of Windermere, near Point Henry. It hasone and a half mi!e frontage to the bay, is beautiful!y situated on a hill, co-.mands a most extensive prospect, te land is superior nod let to substantial tenants. divided into farms of from 50 to 100 acres, s-hoset lease 'sill expire in three years from Mlarch next. One lot of 20 acres with good cottage, not under lease. Lor 3. The snulsantial, well-finished, two storied hone, now inhabited by Dr. Clerke. It contains ten rooms, four of which measure 20 feet by 15. It is built on a hill and commt nds an extensive and delightful view. Stable and coach house, sate house, and lawn 31 acres. LoT .5. Several small brick cottages in Albert lane, and 25 feet frontage to Corio-street, nearly opposite Mr. COmmins's bretrery. LOT 6. A paddock of 3 acres in Chilwell, frontage to two streets, divided in lots to suit purchasers. Al,, half ...

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FOREST CREEK DIGGINGS May 5, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

VR-'.T < 'f -. EL DIGJIXGS. [r'iO. U Uli OVS COIRlESPONDENT,. May 5, 1S-2. Tugrecatl r:in his come at la.l! On -aturday, i,;cn I virt:e my l;U t coal municatia tLe lmpiaaty whiicl had thci fallen was quite insignificant, -ut on the following day it rained heavily and con tinuously, filling holes in gullies, and fIwving into the main creeks in such quantity as to justify the confidence that no'antof water willbe felt till next Summer. This is the most important news I have sent to you for some time; it forms the beginning of quite a new epoch to all of us. When it necame evident that the rain was enough for our wants, and that we were not this time to be cheated with a passing shower, you might see men paddling about over the sloppy ground to get a peep at the water-holes, and see how they were filling! A lidgetty, but pleas urable restlessness prevailed,just tlhesame as on board a passenger ship when she nearsher destination; no more forced to lire where diggings are poor...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION MONDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

By J. B. Huttoa and Co., at II, .ý. chandise. By J. G. Carr, at 1, Town Land. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. By Lascelles & Dennys, ":t 12, Mlercha, dise, &c. By O'Farrell & Son, at 12, Mr. T. . tin's Horses. * MoNDAY, MAY 17. By J. G. Carr, ;t I, Town Lots in ee. long and Portarlington. ee TUESDAY, MAY 18. By J. G. Carr, at 11, the Crichtoa Estate ABSTRAC P OF SALES BY AUCTION MNosAY, MIAY 10. By J. G. Carr, at 12, the Freemasons Tavern, Town Land, &c. By Lascelles and Dennys, at I, Pine Boards and Flour. By O'Farrell and Son, at 2, Steers. By J. B. Hutton and Co., at 12, Engrav ings, Books and Whiskey ; at 1, Oil. men's Stores. By Carver and Dalton,at 12, Apples and Raspberry Vinegar. TUESDAY, MAY 11. By O'Farrell and Sýo, at j, Hay.

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THE ESCORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

T'l-r. EsccTr.-'Tle' irre.-.uity of the oricort frin Mo?'t\ A'exa itr t 31hell]oturne is mu1eh <orni l!,iiel uf Iv tle 1, !n '6 1 f ImeliL n.ii, it, as is o. radll e -,e e ,t pel in , ,pie'e a;j, il l,, r tl;e r.' liOter il: e - thile injir . A- i le a c --i i'tt'-'riwto Gee.ire ineat lt the r_, tum Ballarat ,rt. which fi',qietl", st-rn ' Iefr. :Le iarrival of the eS,..rt froTE , thit Tir:, Ie ratte fl e 'x ?lni-s i : rr lay e Tnc. Esc-rHT.-TI.e .r?u.fnt Al-iandler Esort arrivl in cMmllcnmre t n Fri lay, actl rouglht 2.it3, 11 o it diets if qWii 'fli is the rgeni t annn tIsett r.citddby cscnrt. Despitethe inuence ofthgol, and the fact that the nminers of South Australia might be sun posed to be the vrer best kind of men fitted for the work of gold digging, the copper-mines of South Australia have not only not, bren aln doned, bat the yield of the Burrs Barra 3line becomes regularly more productive. In their last report, the directors say that the return of so many of the ...

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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. ThE buying price of gold may at pre sent be quoted at GOs. Gd. There has been very little offered these last two days; sellers seem holding for a higher figure. Last accounts from Melbourne show a tendency upwards in the price there. At the same time it is stated that the banks have ceased advancing on gold ; if such is the case, the price will most likely fall. In Sydney the price of gold is firm at 64s., and eagerly sought after. There is not any news of importance from the diggings. Now that there is a good supply of water, it is the general opinion that BIendigo will yield irm mensely. B3allarat is again going on vigorously; the parties at work there seem very well satisfied and some are doing exceedingly well. There is no doubt that this winter will repopulate Ballarat; many a spot among the dry gullies has been marked out for operations, when they can get, by damming, the necessary water. In Adelaide the ass:y office is working well; the principal object...

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POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY, THE 8TH MAY. Before His Worship the Mayer, Capt. Fyans, and Alexander Thomson, Esq. DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

POLICE OFFICE, SATUnDAl , THE STH MAr. Before His Worship the MIayor, Capt. Fyans, and Alexander Thomson, ESq. Abraham Atkins, alias Moore, was charged with using obscene language in the Theatre, on Friday evening. It appeared that the man was conduocting himself in a riotous manner in the pit of the Theatre, and was ejected hy direction of the Chief Constable, when he made use of such terms, in a loud voice, as are unfit for re petition. He was fined five pounds orone month's imprisonment. AnSCOXDUG. A Chinaman of the name of Bong Song was charged by Mr. Anderson, sheep-farmer, with absenting himself from his hired service. It appeared that the man had agreed for three years with Mr. Anderson, and had onlv served nine months as shepherd and hutkeeper, when he absconded. Bonr Song in his defence stated in very broken English, that a man of the name of Charley, who is a fellow servant on the same station, had lately quarrelled with him, seized him by the throat, and threatened to thr...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. A Court of Petty Sessions assembled on Saturdar last, at 12 o'clock, for the transfer of publicans' licenses, and hearing applheations for some new hon?es. Present: COptain Addis, Captain F.mns, Alexander Thomson, Esq., and James Ford Strachin, E-1. Ilenry Niczless appliedl for the transfer of the Ship Hotel, AsaIly, from George G.ade. It appeared by a medica certifitete to that etffect, that Mr. Gode was bederidden from sick ness, and unable to attend. 3Ir. Nikless hearing an nunexceptionable cha racter, the transfer was granted. James Stirling applied for the transfer of the pablican's general license from )Mr. Arthur, EBun yip Hotel. Both parties appearing before the Bench, and there being no objection, the applica tion was granted. James Boneher applied for a new license to a house corner of Malop and Bellerine streets. 3r. Strechan olserved that the house applied for was not finished, and there was nothing be fore the Bench to show that by deferring the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

FOR ADELAIDE Calling at Willia?stown. T1HE fine A 1, teak-built bri, er 1- GAZELLE 9' 25G tons, Thomas Williams, commande, will leave the Queen's Wharf, Geelo, for Adelaide, on the 14th instant, call at \ illiamstown, from which she iili positively sail on Thursday, the 2lst i. stant. This fine vessel has very superior ac. commodation for cabin, intermediate and steerage passengers. Beds, bedding, wine, spirits, &c, provided. For freight or passage, apply to th. Clptain, on board; or, to MR. R. Romn.sox. Moorabool-street FOR HOBART TOWN D EC. --rTIHE fine fast sailing brig DART, ? Will sail on Wednesday next has first rate accommodation for Pas sengers. For Freight or Passage, Apply to, CGAP. SA'so.?, or, to - CARVER & DALTr. THEA TBE RO YAL GEELONG. Mr Deering, Sole Lessee. THIS EVENING, 10TH MAY. MR. SHEARCROFT's BENEFIT. Mr. Sheareroft has the honor to an nounce, that his Benefit is fixed for the above Evening, when he trusts the kind patronage of his friendh and ...

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SUPPLY OF WATER TO GEELONG. LETTER 2. To the Editor of the Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

SUPPLY OF WATER TO GEE LONG. LaTrEa 2. To the Editor of the (Jieong Advertiser and Intdligencer. Smit,-In letter which appeared in your publication of the 29th ultimo, a general outline was given of the water-works of Philadelphia. It may be useful in the present instance to enter more fully into the particulars of the construction of that important public improvement, and after wards endeavour to explain how far the example aol experience of cur persevering American friends may be applied to the purpose of supplying Gee long with water. Dockring's improvements on Rivets? plan consisted chiefly in laying downl better proportioned pipes between the pumps and the reservoirs; the construc tion of four reservoirs, and the filtering of the water. Although the enlargement of the pipes was an essential step in the right direc tion, still D)ockring was only fisnding out his way, and that at great expense. In deed, previous to his time, there were few experiments madn e by scientific men, on...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

¶ippin3 ltult itft gricr. 3l.a 8.--Twih,, tri~s?itlOe, 144 tons, J. G. P.ar!r, r.s!ter, fr.,a SydS'de, with 37 passengers, C. 1. D nnvs & Co., agents. l?s!,1its,,h srmer, 35 tons, C. S. Nicholson, master, tfro, Ilobart Town. George Board, a3ent Caluestie, schooner, J. Farms, master, from Sydney 27th April. IM PORTS.. Per Twins --I le canvars, 20 cases pickles, 90 do candles, 60 do soap. Holtrs; I case 3 bales drapery, I pkg do, I ilae hblIkets, 2 pkgs wine, I hese hats, J. C. Yousng; 36 cses and kegs drtigs, Soett; 3 Ihlf-tierees tota , Holmes; 4 hA!s Ibrand, 262 bags sugar, 141 calls cordage, 40 eases br?~ad, :! ase acid, 50 do elder wine, 20 do candles, 5Oio starch, 5 cases cheese, Thorne, Sparkes & Co; 3 half-cases lucifcrs, 2 hales tar paulins, 100 hones eandles, Griflitis. FanningA Co: 3 eases drapery, 4 bales 2 e oses dmo, 50 boxes csullos, 6 cGses cheese, 1 hhd figs, 17 cases fruit, 6 pkis furniture, 3 eases drapery, I hale blankets, I cask tinwrare, 26 rEses ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

ST}A:'I TO 3IELIOI7TRNE, DAIY, SUINDATS EXCEPTED. r T E NEW STEAMER VICTORIA, ,Tox 3'tLE:.x, Commander, Will leave the Queen's Wharf, Geelong, for Melbourne, every afternoon, at One o'clock. AND, Raleigh's Wharf, Melbourne, for Gee lon_, every morning at Eight o'clock. raHE AP TT RASIA, steamer, Wm I lunter, commander, hating com rleted her repairs, will lease Geelong, fir rr1hourne, every Monday, Wednes day, and Friday, at Nine o'clock. J. B. HB rrox &I Co. Geelong Agents. Apr:l 10, 1852. STEAJI TO SYDNEY. Regularly Twice a Month. r1plE Australasian Steam Navigation C(npany's steam ships, SHAMROCK and WVARATAH, Will leave Sydney for Melhourne, via Tvofoldi Pay. on the 1st and 15'h ,lay, and after making the us'ual trip to Laun ceston, will return to Sydnev via Two fcld .'ay, on or about the 20th May and l;s June. Tnoass A?siREW, Agent. Melbourne, 1st May, 1852. FOR LONDON, Ifar'i the creater part of her cargo enaaed, will meet with quick des poteh. feratch heing the object,...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 10 May 1852

3ELBOUR\-E ARUILED. May 7.-Clpe Horn, barnae, from Sydney. Pasen-gers--Mesrs Salomin, Fineham, Warpole, Glbert, Langhorn, Gordon, Htui,lVingfield, By non, lihrard, Mrs. Cop, lrs. Witheren, and sixty-iax others. Antares, schooner, from Adelaide. Passen gers-SIrs. Rippin and child, 31r. and 1Srs. silan and two others. Emma, brig, from Sylney. Passengers-3[r. anil Mrs Hemmabill. MSessrs. Kenwick, Kennedy, Ieeve, Quarrill, and iineteen others. CLEARED OT. 3r 7-H-elena, Larque, for lannoeston, in ballast. Passengers-Aveny, Tilliams, Ahers, and seven others. Cecilia, ship, for Bitavi., in balast No Pas seagers. Ameer, huqupe, for Adelaiide, in ballast. Pas sengsrs--Ilr and Misi Williams. Ieibournie Packet, schooner, for Snlner, in ballast. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Sheniklan, Mr. Swallow and nine others. , Gol S-eeker,schooner, for Hobart Torn. Pas sengers--ess-s. Bolton, Wilson, Thomas, Beau gar, Wnlh, Mr and Mrs Sile.ing, Messrs Wat son, Biakev, Joyues, Robertson, Betts, and thirtv six ot...

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