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GISBORNE COUNTY COURT. CAUSE LIST, 17TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

GISBORNE COUNTY COURT. CAUsM LIsT, 17TH FL UAnuAY, A. E. Grounds v. Joseph Walton--e3 10s. 8d. Same v. Francis Stafford-J- l 2s, Gd. Same v. Georgo Sallin-.,L 17s, 5d. Hugh Allen v. John Hughoy-.£3 13s. A. E. Grounds v, Joseph Hayward-lls Same v. James Asker-10s. Od. Samo v. Franois Do La lMare-7s. Same v. Robert Eadle-- l 8a. 8d, Henry Hussoy v. James loaly--. 1I9. 7d, Willium Sommervillo v. John Howie-.7 Is. Ed, Henry Hussoy v, Alfred Beavan--M4 lB, 7d. Wm. Robertson v. John Whitelaw-£31 12. l 6d, Michael O'Brion v. Patriok Ryan-.e10. Henry IIussoy v. James Groonwood-.10 Is. Gd,. Henry Wilson v. Jamos Wilsun-.-12 2s. Robori Bichardson v.John Tomlins---.2618 , 7d, J, S. White v. - Jamos-.7, 0. ., Hornoll v. George Sollings-14s, Same v. - Foloy--17, Henry Hussey v. Philip Kennedy-£ll 10sl. Od. Same v. Thomas Magniro--e3 18e. 3d. Richard Haines v. Joseph Jones-.829 8s. Od, Same v. James Lovaok--83 17s, 8id. Riohard Stevens v. Henry Townsing-.- 2 10s. Same v. Thomas Dunn-5s, Same v. T...

Publication Title: Bacchus Marsh Express, The
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GISBORNE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. (Before J. C. Thomson, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

WIDNESDAY, FIIn3RAnY 5. (Boforo J,. 0, Thomson, Esq., P.M.) V Adjourned asoes. Chairman' and RIatopayors Glsborno Road Board v. W. J. Clarkeo. Rates 478 Os. lid. Verdiot for plaintiffs for full amount, and .£ lls,. d. costs, Sameno v. J. )avis. Rates-1s. Verdiot for the plaintifih, with 1 11s, 3(d. costs, Same v. J. L'ovack. Itatos--.ll Is. 0id. Verdict for plaintiff, .1 1s. Gd.; costs, £1 lls. 3d, In this case, his WTorship ruled that the' objection of defendant as to his non-liability to pay for part of tlhe prolplrty that ho was rafted for, not being in Ipossesson when tihe rate was struck, was fatal lo the recovery of the rate; consnquoutly this is the second timnl that the , Board have lost the rates for iilV," prope.rty, beoilg nonlsuited for last yoar's Irawn, nd llt di}ho a property, in the case of Road \CCOU N'' 8 rardven. R Paton-.00 Ju. '1u(0(1 hd turezss. Ratons--Z3 Jh, ('tch A iunt, with £1 11is. d. costs. RoYAL, Ilon v William Cook and William defendants wore charged w...

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BACCHUS MARSH RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

BACCItUS MAIlSIH RAICING CLUB, A ??E'Tmu of the Committee of the above Club washeold on Monday evening at the Border Inn., l'roseout-Messrs. J. E. Crook (iin the chair), Cuth bortson, W. Gfrant, J. Saunders, E. Jones, J. C. M'Causland and Taubman, After some discussion, a program?mo of races, which will be found in another column, was agreed upon. Moved by Mr. M'Causland, secoondeod by Mr. Cuthbcrtson-" That Mr. M. r, oono be requested to act as Judge at the races." Carried unani mously, with the expression of a strong desire that the Club might be honoured by the assistance of Mr. Groone, who has lately come to reside in the district. Moved by Mr. WV. Grant, econdod by Mr, Taub. muan-" That Mr. Cuthbortson be requested to act as Starter." Carried. Ioved by Mr. M'Caulshnd, seconded by Mr. Cuthbertson-" Thalt Mr. Frank Hanna be re. questod to act as Clerk of the Course." Carried. Moved by Mr. M'Causland, seconded by Mr. W. Grant-" That the programnum be advertised in the Express unti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

WHEAT I WHEAT!! WHEAT II SWOOD, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Bacohus . Marsh,is prepared to PURCHASE WHEAT in any quantity, for delivery at Bacchus Marsh, Melbourne, Keilor Road, Diggers Rest, Wyndham, or Gisborne Stations. TEr?IS CASH. BARLEY. rI lIE Undersigned is prepared to PURCHASE S50,000 BUSHELS or BARLEY, deliverable at Bacchus Marsh, or Koilor Road, Wyndham, Digger's Rest or Gisborne Stations. G, WOOD. TERnnr CAsn. GRAZING PADDOCK OF 300 ACRES, UBDIVIDED into convenient-sized Poddocks, with a frontage to Korkuperrimul Creek, where there is good water all the year round. Terms-Horses, One Shilling per head per week; Cattle, Eightpence per head per week. Every care taken, without responsibility. JOHN J. MAIN. Pentland Hills, December 21, 1867. ADVANCES ON WOOL, HE undersigned are prepared to make Liberal Advances on the ensuing Clip of Wool, and beg to inform the inhabitants of Bacehus Marsh district that Mr. JAMES YOUNG will act as their AGENT for receiving and forwarding Wool,...

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MELTON ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

MELTON ROAD BOARD. Tu'l ordinary meeting of the Board was hold on Friday, the 81st January, at 3 p.m. The members present were-Messrs. Porter (Chairman), Moylan, Ross, Ryan, Blackwood and Staughton. The minutes of last meeting were read and con firmed. Copies of letters writotn wore read and approved. The correspondence recoived was a circular from the Rogistrar.Gonoral, onclosing a form to be filled up with the statistics of the Board ; from the Assistant Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, forwarding a form of return to be made, Proposed by Mr. Moylan, seconded by Mr. Ryan, and carried--"That no extra work be ordered on White's eontraot at Breakneck, without having been first submitted to the Board." Tenders for main Ballarat road maintenance materials and works on Green Hills were received. For Contraot No. 01, Green Hills road-E. Foster, £02 2s. ; G. Mtuiro, 91 15s.; A. Pritchard, £79; D, M'Konzio, .70 Is. Od.; M. Parrington, .£0 14s. ; John Dovany, £4.2 15s. Proposed by Mr, Blac...

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BLACKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

BLACKWOOD, (FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENT.) THE deputation appointed to wait on the Minister of Mines for the purpose of protesting against the granting of a water lease to Mr. Walker and Another, received an audience on Tuesday, the 28th ult, Mr. King, M.L.A., introduced the deputation to Mr. R. Brough Smyth, Secretary for Mines, in the absence of Mr. Macgregor. They were courteously received by Mr. Smyth, who assured them of the gratification he felt at having the facts of the matter laid before the Department. He informed them that the lease would have been granted by the Government, subject to one con- dition, viz., to allow two (2) million gallons of water per diem for the use of companies holding prior rights, if action had not been taken by those persons who seemed to be deeply interested. He said the Government would not act hurriedly about the matter; and now that the whole affair had been so clearly stated by the deputation, he could positively assure them that they might disp...

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MOUNT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 8 February 1868

MOUNT EGERTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THOSE clever artistes, known to the public as the Murray Troupe, appeared at Mr. Harris's Comn marcial Hotel on Wednesday evening, to one of the largest audiences that ever congregated on the Mount. The acting of Miss Marion Melville, in her repeated changes of character, delighted every one; the impersonation of the little Yankee girl was in itself a treat, Mr. D; O'Nell was the best delineator of Irish characters we have seen for a long time. Mr. Montague Murray, in his great suspension feat of the child sleeping in the air, really astonished us. In fact, the whole of the performance was quite unique, and we shall always feel a pleasure in seeing them again. In mining, our news is of a most cheering character. Ihe repeated striking of gold-bearing leaders in the sinking of the Black Horna, and the Prince of Wales, has caused quite a domand for shares for Ballarat. The United Mount Egerton Quartz Mining Company, Gordons, have had some st...

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FIVE DAYS IN PRISON FOR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

FIVE DAYS IN PRISON FOR MURDER,. (FIOM "ONGO A WPEBI.") AliouT seven years ago I wias at work on Burnit Flat, Springfield. I didn't live on the flat, for the follows who congregated about there were such a rowdy lot that my mate and I prefeirrd taking up our abode at the head ot one of the small gullies in the neigh bo urhood. Only one person lived near us, and-that was an old fellow named Steele, who occupied a log-hut about a couple of hundred yards from our tent, He had been on the diggings ever since the first, and had liover been known to work with a mate; in fact, from his lonely habits he was known far and wide as "the'Hatter." His sole companion was a large and powerful kangaroo dog, named 7Watchman, whose dispositioin very much iresembled that of' his master, for he never took notice either of man or. beast except when they appronohed too near the hut, on which occasions he showed himself worthy of his name. The Hatter had been at work for a long time at some surtlicing on ...

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SELECTED POETRY. THE CARELESS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

SELECTED POETRY. THE CA]IRELESS LIb'E. Youith and Love in jollity Lived one Spring together, Heedless they of care and pain, Calm or stormy weather; btrong of limb and quick of eye, Nought they know of sorrow; Living for the passing day, Caroless of the morrow, Summnor came, and suinnumr suns Made their joy complotor; Gay and groon was grassy Spring, Sumnmer days were sweuetr: Then they spied the budding rose, Now they pluck its blossom; Then thay vievm'd the silver lake, Now they sail its bosom. Autumn brought a calmer joy, Tut it seem'd securer; Like a good old wine it ran, Mellow'd and maturer; * Song and dance and merry bouts, Jest and idle laughter, Drowning still the Inner volc Muttering-" hereafter l" Down old Wintor swoop'd at hwt, In a tempost whirling, With his rough and brawny attn Far destruction hurling Seas were toss'd, and boughs were bread, * Skies were floeualy ridden; Soon, alims, poor youth and love In the grave were hidden] Fanmifi rerald.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

MYRNIONiG, W D.1i1NESDA Y AFARCOi 411,, at 2 p.m. To llololkeepers, Storekeepers, Spocnlshtrs, and others, in search of a lucrative invest~munt. Important Sale of the old-established PLOUGH HOTEL and BTOR1E, at present doing a first-olass and increasing business in the thriving township of Myrniong, Pentland Hills. Also, a good Garden, immediately opposite, well stooked, The OQwcr beiaUj about proceC'Ediig Io Uflalnd, J - E, CROOK has rceived instructions frrin * the owner, P. fUlraE, Esq., to sull (positively) by Auction, at the promises, on WYEUNEsAY, 4th March, at 2 p.m.- The well-known and old-establishcd Hostelry called the Plough Hotel, together with Store, Juteher's Shop, and Out-olflcca, I and the allotment upon which they stand. Also, a valuable 'lown Allotment, neaily opposite the lntel, used its a GaUl id , being well fenced and paled; and stocks d with the choicest fruit trees. The hotel, which is of weatherboard, is well and faithfully built and finished throughout. It ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

IMPOUNDINGB. BA CCHUS Ui'MARSIL.-Impounded ot lIaceeus Marsh. Choesnnt horse, star, r ovirer off shoulder, blotch near cheek. If not cthniiiicd a(d exponses paid, to be sold on floh February, Chesnut horse, shod, M noer shoulder, If nit claimed and crpenses la 1, to he sold 4th March. W31. AN:tn) soN, Poandkeeper. IAL1LAN.-1mupoundiedl at the Blallan Pound, by Mr. IRadley, trespass lid. Ru dilraunht ihoree, shod on thre fe ot, star, hind foot white, saddle aol collar mavkcd, blind nUar eye, faint bri nd like WO over I) nealr shouldir. If not clami ed aed expenses el ', to he sold on 2 th Fe'riuary. On tth Febi tu ry. by Mr. Radley, treslseL: (id, Black filly, star, off' hind foot while, like I Ir r near shoulder. If not claimed and expoe as pail, to he sold 4th March. SY. CoopEis, IFounukcuupur, GlteB3.JRNR, -ltpoundeld at Gisbort a Pound. Iay mUare, ster, black points. Z CVor 13 noir shoulder. lied and white heill r. white lorhelad. ,M n or rump. If not claimed had expenses paid, t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

ARRIVAL O 1'THE ENGLISH MAIL. THE English mail was telegraphod from Adelaide on Monday last. The following are the principal items of news: The Queen is at Osborne, in good health. Her M1jOsty''s Theatre was totally destroyed by fire on the night of the 6th. Nothing was saved; and it is estimnatel that Mr. MIapleson, the pro. prietor, who is uninsured, will lose about 812,000. No lives were lost. The cause of the fire is inox plicable, as there had bean no performncne' in the house on the evening of the fire. A daring attempt was made on the afternoon of the 11th to blow in. a portion of the wall of Clerkonwell House of Detention, it is supposed with the object of releasing the 1'enian prisoners, Burke and Casey, who were imprisoned there. The police having received notice that the prison would he attacked, the neighbourhood was closely watched; and about four p.m. three men were observed to bring a barrel containing powder, and place it against the wall of the court yard of the pri...

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BALLARAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

BALLARAT MARKET. MEissUs. HIC'uUUN AND LEONARD report, 12th February :-Tho stock yarded wore 520 cattle, 31 calves, 3700 sheep and 1979 laubs. Ftt Cattle: An averago supply to hand, consisting for most part of good and primo quality. A good atten. dance of buyers was present, and on the whole we consider our mnarket firmer than on the previous week, with prices showing little alteration. Quo. tations: Prime beef, z2~. per 100 lbs., or say best bullocks, £8 to £9 12s, 6d.; good and medium, £5 10s, to £06 10S.; cows at proportionate rates. Fat Calve s: Number and quality about equal to tho demand, the whole of which re disposed of ut from 308. to SH., averaging all round 41s. Fat Sheep: The shortest supply for a cobsidcrable time, with little animation in the biddlings; still better prices ruled, all classes showing an advance of fromi Gd, to is. per heed. Our sales were 716 wothers, medium weights, at Is. to Is. 3d., and 280 ditto, light, at 4s.; 505 oweu, at 6s. and Is. 3d.; and 308...

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ROAD FROM GISBORNE TO BLACKWOOD. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

ROAD FUOM GISBORNE TO BLACKWOOD, To thie Editor of the Express. Sn,-You stated in your last issue that Mr. Light foot is confident of being able to find a good road froom Gieborne to Ilhckwood, and reach it in sevonteen miles. Why did Mr. Lightfoot not do this before, when he was sent out by the Board, and a party of throo or four with him; one of them'boing the hest bushman in Gisborno ? They went on all right till they lost sight of the fences, and then they lost themselves, and not otie of them could I ad the others the right way, but had to camp in the bush all night, and roturned home neot day, and never reached Blackwood. No, sir, if it was not for the good judgment of Mr. Edgar, Mrr. Lightfoot would never have found his way to Blaclrwood. 'Tle Board wrote Mr. Edgar, asking him to aceompeny Mr. Lightfoot through, which Mr. Edgar did, and was away three days, and found a good track. Those that deserve no praise generally got most.-I am, sir, yours, &e., BU1LTNLIAUOOK. '...

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COUNTY COURTS WILL BE HELD AT [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

COUNTY COUR'L'S WILL BE HELD AT BACCHuu MAWsIIu.......,,,TICUnsIoA, FEIIHUARY 27 IALLAN ........... .....FRIDAY, ,, 28 GlenoRknw......... .....MoND ,, 17

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THE BACCHUS MARSH ROAD BOARD'S OVERDRAFT. To the Editor of the Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

THE BACCIUS MARSH ROAD BOARD'S OVERDEAFT. To the Editor qf the Exprcss. Stia,-I see by your report of the last meeting of our Road Board that the Chairman does not think there is any necessity for making a special effort to got rid of the incubus now pressing on the Board-an overdraft at the Bank of .500. llis statement that the law enipowering the paymont of back debts will be continued beyond the present year is not justified, I believe, by the utterances of any of our legislators. The Act was passed to relieve those who had erred through ignorance, and it would be folly to trust tothe chance of a new: Parliament extending the time of grace; the more espeeially as in our ease, instead of mending our ways while it was yet time, we have only plunged deeper into debt. I believe it would be entirely opposed to the spirit of the present Act to give such a power permanently to iny local governing body. The Act evidently intends that the annual income and expenditure should be equal, as ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

T'Iu English mail which arrived.on ''Tuesda brings us the opinions of several English ljournns upon the state of political matters in Victoria. At first sight tlhese are adverse to the M1inisterial cause, but primarily becnise the newspapers in which these comments appear are strongly conservative, and they look upon the idtinisterial supporters as thl countorpnrts of the extreme Radicals in the home country. There is very much, how over, in these utterances of the Press deci dedly in favour of the Ministerial policy, nnd we lhall proceed to point out a few instances of such corroboration of the views expressed in this journal from time to timn. The Times says thlnt the Legislative Assembly, " being elected by universal suifl?age, was nnturally seized with a strong, desire for protection to native industry," and generally assumes that tie Council represents exclusively the woelth and intelligeonce of the colony.' n fact, it argues distinctly for the Upper House to lave equal jurisdi...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. BLACKWOOD. (Before C. Shuter, Esq., P.M., and E. Buter, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, BLACKWOOD. FIUDAY, FEBrUARY 7, (Before C, Shuter, Esq., P.M,, and E. Baber, Esq., J.P.) There were no cases on the sheet in the Poli~y Couirt. WARDEN'S COURT, Ah Toy and party v, Samuel Wllliam) Io others. Application by the plaintiffs to cut a ra through the dam of the defendants, The defeP dants had no objection to the race being cut provided they did not sustain any damago tlhee from; but from the nature of the ground it wo0i be almost impossible to cut the race without doj1l an injury. It would drain the dam, and stol their machine from working. Mr. Magnus, the mining surveyor, was examined He stated that a race could be cut withoul injuring the dam. He had pointed it out to tw Chinamen. Mr. Cox stated that he had exminued th ground, and the Chinamen wanted to cut throuf the dam for the purpose of draining the grouna where they were working. Order for Ah Toy and party to cut the race t carry off tailings, and it was intimated to theo tlhut if they did a...

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GISBORNE COUNTY COURT. CAUSE LIST, 17TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

aISBORNE COUNTY COURT. CAuse Lm'v, 171uc FPuaUAur. A. E. (Ironude v. Joseph Walton-4e( l os. Sd. Saen v. Firanis Stalford-.JC1 2s. lid. Sanme v, George Sullin-~44 17s. 5d. lughl .Allen v, John Hilghoy-.IY 3 I:l. A. E. Grounds v. Joseph 1H-yward-ls, Sitine v. Jamos Askur-1lis, lid. Same v. Francis Dc La Maro-7s. 8mno v. Robert Eadio-.l 8s. 3d. Ihenry Hussey v. James Healy-£2 10s, 7l . WYilliam Sounmorville v. John flowie--67 Is. lid. Houry Huscey v. Alfred lIlav:mn-.4 1s. 7d, Win. Robertson v. John Whitelahw-.:£l 12. (3d, Michael O'lrion v. Patrick Ryan-RIO. Ieunry Ilussey v. James Greonwood-R10 Is. Uld. Ilunry Wilson v. Jances Wilsun-R12 2s. 1{oburt Richardson v.John 'ltomhines-R£l 12s. 7d. J. S. White v. - Jamcs-.R7. C. 8, liornoll v. George Sellings-14s. Suame v. - Foley-17s. Hunry Huscey v. Philip Kennedy-R11 10. (d. Same v. Thomas Magnire-413 (Is. ad. Richard Ilaines v. .Josuph Jones-R20 8sc, (d, Sameo v. Janmce Lovack-Jl3 15s. 3.d. Richlurd Stevons v. Henry Towsinsig-2 10s. Sam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bacchus Marsh Express — 15 February 1868

THIlE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTIRALASIA., BACOHUS MARSH BRANCH. PAID-UP CAPITA L . . £540,000 SRESERVE FUND . . . £140,000 0: URRENT RATES of INTEREST ALLOWED On Moneys deposited for fixed periods. .JOHN CONYNGHAM M'CAUSLAND, S.- . .; . - Mn.,agr. : ' : - ' I 'S :'HIRE OF BALLAN. RElGISTRATION OF DOGS, 1868. A l- peirdns being owners'of Unreiastorod Dogs, ? or having such in their possossion after the -15th dnyofl Jnlnuary, 18(18, will he PROSECUTED. Tho following Deputy Registrars havo been ap. poinfed fni' the purpnis of 'glmtoering dogs, vi', t Mr , Y. Coo1',e: Gordons. Mr. Ciu nia s F'ou?ImAN, Egnrtinu. Mr. Hriiy WA?cl?mc, Blnckwood. Mi;.Goi, . 13 SYvriiS?Tst, Morrsoh6n. it. II. YOUNG, S - Sro- : . . y, ce. BALLAN' SHIRE COUNCIL. cJEALED TENDERS, nddressed to the Presidont U of tiho Council, will be received until WED)NESDAY, the 20th day. of FEIBRUARY, 18(1, at tho hour of 11 a.m,; for the following works, viz.: S.Roepairing rond from WhipRstiok Gully to Willians' road, Simmons Hoo...

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