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The Newcastle Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

®bt ityuostU ajjltraiticlf WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 18G1.; It was only a few weeks back that we alluded, in a leading article, to the advantages that the port and commerce of Newcastle might expectUo derive from the rapid increase of steam traffic that is taking place in the Eastern seas. At that time, however, we had no -thought of so speedily seeing what may be looked upon as the precursor or this j extension of our trade. We refer to the fact j that the A. A. Company has entered into a ! contract with the Peninsular and Oriental j Steam Navigation Company, for the supply j of the coal required for the use of the com pany's steamers, at King George's Sound. Such a contract can only be looked upon as I the avnnt courier of a far more extensive one, i one that will be sure to bring our produce 1 into universal use on this side the Cape of i Good Hope. Our coal fields may be deemed ! almost inexhaustible, and from their being in ! such close proximity to the coast, their pro duce can ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

. A MB RFC A. By the arrival of tbo Klcctra, from San Fran* cisco, we have news from Washington tr- Sept. 2'Jrd, received by the Pony Kxpress. This is more than a week later than the intelligence by tho Saltsette. The news is general unimportant. General Fremont's proclamation as to the free dom of tho slaves of all rebels was being carried out in Missouri, and General M'Lollno liud de clared the firing on an enemy's pickets to be contrary to the usages of civilized nations. The newspapers contain very full accounts of the movements of tbo troops, and of various skir mishes that had taken place. MARKETS. The Eleotra arrived to-day from San Fran cisoo with 9062 bags of wheat, 7958 bags of flour, and 3720 bags of oats.— Hem Id, Niw. 23 lty the Klectra we have California papers to the Gth October. The following is from the Sun Francisco Mirror : — ' In flour there is an inoreased export inquiry, with sales of 4000 quarter-sacks Coso Mills, suporCr.e on terms withheld, for local consump...

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THE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

THE NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE. In a leading article thut appeared in this journal on the 23rd ult., we stated that it wus our intention at the commencement of the ensuing year to increase the size of our paper to whut is termed double demy, thereby making it the same size as n hulf sheet of the Herald or Empire. We huve, however, since then, been able to procure a new and improved printing machine, which enables us to make the proposed alteration sooner than we anti cipated The machine was received by us yesterday, and we shall therefore be in a posi tion to bring out the Chronicle according to the new arrangement, and containing 21 colomns, on Saturday next. We have to state at the same time, that under all circumstances we have come to the conclusion that it would be advisable to make an alteration in the price of the paper. At present the quarterly subscription, paid m auvnnec, is bs. Oil., and if booked, 7s. 6d., whilst the price of a single copy is 3d., thereby affording no ad vantag...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

TASMANIA. We have Tasmantan papers to the I9t» uist., but the news contained in them in of little importance. Sir Henry Young was making a tour through the country prior to hi& being succeeded bv Colonel Brown. Launcesron. Monday Evening, Nov. 18. — Pending the arrWal of the overdue English maM- trttle is very quiet, and the business dona is only of a very limited nature. Slour sells chiefly forborne consumption from £10 to £12, but the latter price is seldom obtained. Wheat ban expo riencod a further decline to ?!?«. ; several thousand bushels changed hands at that figure on Saturday, and we heard of the name figure being offered for a pood sample to. day. Some nmnll lots have even sold for .'!s. !-d., hut 4*. is the ruling quotation. Oats continue Erin at 3«. 10(1. to 4s. Potatoes, £2, bags in. During the week ended Kitli No vember, 1801, the import! of grain and flour.it the port of Launceston were nil ; the exports were— flour, 01 tons ; oats, 2150 bushels. The Mills.— F...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

NEWCASTLE SiMTING. ARRIVALS. Nov. 23.— Kdmiind Wtilfrain. French bri/r, 299, Roul. Her, from Sydney, in bjlust. Dibbs mid Co., .igentK. Nov. 23.— New Moon, Mcainer, from Sydney. Nov. 23.— Pet, barque, 268, Thompson, from Otago, N. Z., in ballast, iiinple and Co., a^c-ntn. Nov. 2fc— Suceew, lurque. 283, Macnllister, from Mel. bourne, in ballast W. H. Whyte. agent. Nov. 2fc— Miitadiir. lmrque, 249, Lindsay, Tram Mel. bourne, in bailout. Mingle and Co., agent*. ' Nor. 2+.— Slwh Jeh»n, drip, CDS, Allen, from Sydney, with £0 torn Knur, put of original cargo from Adelaide. O turjie Tully mid Co, itgeptK. Nov. 24.— Flying Dragon, American ship, 1037, Watson, from. Mell(ourni\ ill ballast. Captain, agent. Nov. 25. — Unomeranp, schooner, lOf, Spain, from Mel. bourne, in ballast.. Captain, agent.* ' .* Nov.25.— K.illileen, barque, 191, Dudley, from C'reelonir. in buJlaM. JJilibs aod Co., agents. Nov. 2.5. — .Johannes M.irtinuK, Dutch liHiquc, 530, I.ccnt, from AiHnourne, in ballmit. Bhiple an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

™fotiee to/MaBters of vessels Trading to the T flfr P°rt of Newcastle. Vji'.S (j/o STEAM DREDGE is now at work in the '?', ft Coal Channel, all vessels drawing under eleven jK Itwntcr arc requested to use the Jilind CliRimel % 4en , practicable, mid ships of greater depth enn ™ iljr pass the dredge one hour before high water, |) Aeo tier moorings will he slacked down. t )i | D. T. ALLAN, X,. M ; Harbour AIasteV.'\ m .^ffewcastle, 15th November, 1 SOI. * I ~ STEAM TO SYDNEY. ''?': .. I jl. The Australasian Steam Navi '$ 4-%^fcv Snt'on Company's Steamers will leave ra HraS^Moni-BTii (calling at Newcastle), -i*iisgg&»- until further notice, as follows :— JuO N D A Y S^/jf/ Captain Mulhall, Ihursoays) %»''- JKlfJi S I) A VSUu/H0NC( c .u A. *EJDA°Y8. / ?«»f-»- P *Jfflf: ' .') EORGE It/ DI BBS & CO., *1 !»*?' ' ? ? ? Agents, Scott-strcct. ^Newcastle, November 9, .1801. 1T- WANTED TO CHARTER 7 1-H - Vessel!., for SYDNEY, MELBOURNlC 13- IW. ADELAIDE, OTAGO, nncJCALlFOU Ilill...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ORANGE, November 28.—THE LACHLAN DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ! Oranok, November 28. — The Lachlan Dioginos. —-The following telegram was received on Saturday from a gentleman at Orange. We give it as indicative of the excitement prevailing there respecting the Lnchlun d-'g. gings, but do not wish to be considered responsible for its statements :—' News received yesterday, conveyed by letter dated Lachlan, 20th instant. The writer states : ' This is a wonderful place. Guld is got by the half.hiindred weight. Marly keep it quiet.' Every reliance can he placed m this, as the writer authorises the receiver of the letter tn pur. chase and send at once twenty tons of hay mid 200 bushels maize. More news is contained in the letter, but 1 fear to give it, as it is very ambiguous.' '— E., Nov. 2.5. Lambino Ff.AT, Thursday, ria Yass.—Spiccr has beeli arrested at the Lauhlan ; he was brought on hero by coacu to-day, and will be examined iu the innrniu#. Several let ters received here by to.d.ty'.s express from diggers nt the Lnchlon, s...

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THE A.S.N. COMPANY'S NEW PADDLE STEAMSHIP, PRINCE OF WALES. (From the Daily News, Sept. 12.) [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

THE A.S.N. COMPANY'S NBW PADDLE STKAMSH1P. PllINCE OF WALKS. (from the Daily Nrwt. Sept. 12.) A very satisfuutory trip was made yesterday, from, Til. . bury to the' Mou*' Light and' hack, in a new paddle, uteamer called thr Prince of \Vi1p», built by Mr. Charles l.unglcy, uf Dcptfurd, for the Australaman Steam Naviga tion Company. The Prince of Wales is of light draught, hut present)) a very beautiful appearance in the water. Her Hups are peculiarly gond, and her whole, appearance rather that of a hmt.ratv Meam yacht than of a vessel intended for iMimmercin) purposes. She is n paiMU steamer, worked with oselllrttin'g cylinders, «nrl her dimensions and spcciR. -*»»-«tw Rre as f-illov«K;— Luiwth between perpendicular*, 21G IVct i breadth extifine,23 feet] depth, 13 feet i register tonnagr, 530; builder's tonnage, CjO, Hith n inised mtarter. deck 2 feet !) incliiR. Her after c.ibln ix 8 feet ?') inches hrtwtw decks, and her fore cahin 6 feet 0 inches. The vessel vvns dc^igui'd mid buil...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

NEW ZEALAND. We have Auckland papers the l5tb instant. The intelligence contained in them is devoid of general interest. OTAGO. Wii have been favoured,!))' Captain Boyce with the Olaao Witness of the 2nd of Nov. and the Colonist of the 1st instant, by tbe Clarendon. Since the disco-very of the goldf fields, the amount brought down by escort has been 7-1,453 ozs., or including that re ceived by private hands, at least 80.000 ozs., equal to i'288,000. Police stations are to be established at nil the principal centres of population, north and south, at distances of 20 or 25 miles. Waitahuiu. — The lower portions tf the flat is being gradually opened up- with fairish success. — Colonist.

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

VICTORIA. Wb havo Victorian journals to the 21st, inst. Thoy do not contain muoh news of interest, Coal, bus beon found within 12 miles of Daylcsford, near Custtemaino. It is nnid to bo cquul to good ppcoimun.H from English mines, and superior to any yet found in the colony. — AJeUjoiirne Herald. Nnv. IS. Personation at tub Noiith Melbourne KIjECTION. — Joseph Ycldbain was fonud guilty on the 17th instant of having attojapted lo per sonate a man named Henderson, at tbe last North Melbourne cleotion, and was sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment. ? , A singular disouao has nppoarcd among tbe ducks at Clunes. Some of thorn have been at tacked with a woakneaa in the legs, aud have died. It it supposed to have arisen from tho in dulgence in the water of the creek, more or less impregnated with quicksilver, used in amalga mating for gold. !* , Tub Burkb and Wills Exploration.— A j commission has boon appointed to enquire into J the charges made against the Exploration Com i mitteo and oth...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

'» MAITLAN1). inj olukteku Kiri.R Match on St. Andrew'* .—Wo itri! glad tu learn that arrmigemontj nro 'ogress for earn ing out tlio proposal to eelobrate 30th instant, Sntnrdny next, l-y a friendly. rifle ^ :h, ntthe ICnst Muitlnml and Mo'rpeth Company's ,,j( nnd that members of the various corps arc en 0' g irilh spirit, into the preparations. A meeting m e sub-committee of the hunt Muitlmid and Alor corps, entrusted with the duty of preparing a .„' amine of the day's proceedings, and making ul ful arrangements, wan held fast Wednesday oven ?t and :uttt:ii(lc-l byjMossra. Wilkinson, Sloun, and 'I, It, ns a deputation from the West Maitlaitri ,„ i who intitnittod timt, ns many of their number n uld obtain h holiday would take part in tlio n; iu, and that subscriptions had. been raised to „, nonnt of about £10 in order to add to the ut ^ venew of the day's proceedings, by providing ementarv prizes. We understand that the ur iCI tnenti will he as follow : — There will bo two i!) lea;...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

CORRESPONDENCE. i ' V To the Editor of the Newcastle Chronicle. Sin— I ''- not oltcn troubled wan tne cacoelhet icrl I tesift. but having; observed a m-te bearing the cognomen of [?Observer,' I must confess the above disease has got a I JMit' liolii of me, for which open confession I hope you iftdyo'nr rraders will excuse me for attempting to appear, [iitwiit Burns call*. 'gu.de black print.' Your corres. tpofident has very laudably made an effort to make the IraoTeiueiit abnut to be made on behalf of the British and I foreign Bible Society a popular one. 1 heartily agree with I Kin; DUt the question immediately suggests itself ' Where I a the ra»// to come from 1' In these hard. up times, the jwoblem is one of no easy solution. After considering the Jpjitter over. I have nude up my mind on the subject,nnd as Jpcourse I am to follow is open to everyone, and I am pure I till meet the approval of a unjurity of your readers, I brg JkiieSy to make it known. Rowland [lilt, the great pica...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

SYDNEY. Sami-i,ksof Suoahfroji Brisbane Water. — In our Mouthly Summary for Eugland we published a valuable letter on the culture of sugar in Australia by Mr. Thomas Scott, of Point Clare, l3rit)bauc Water, in which he stated tluit the produce per aore and the yield from juice per gallon of the sugar he had made was I greater than what wad elsewhere obtained. In i proof of this statement a table was appended j showing in juxta-position the respective results of the crops of sugar, &e., iu Now South Wales ! and in other parts ot' the world. Mr. Scott lins since forwarded for our inspection several samples of the sugar he has pro.lucud, and the uxeellenoe of these cerUitily tieoiu.s to demotmtrate the su periority that hi! ascribes to the sugar grown in Australia. In producing sttgar upon so small a scale great nicety was iieedcd)in the treatment, and difficulty was experienced in ext.ractiug tlio molnssea, for which purpose Homo of the sugars were placed in an qycti. Being su...

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TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

TAMWORTH. Archbishop I'oldino. — We stated in our lar.t that Mis Grace Archbishop Pol ding hud arrived in Tamwortli the previous afternoon on a tour throt gh these districts. On Sunday last, Divine Serv ce if at eel brated by the Kev. T. M'Carthy, after whic,n an eloquent] sermon was delivered by His Grnco to a very large congregau. in, the church being crowded. On Monday the Sacrament of Confirmation \vas ad ministered by the Archbishop to about furly persons of both sexes. On Monday afternoon, His Grace, accompanied by the Rev. Mr. M'Cnrthy and the Rev. Mr. Corish, proceeded to the Pee) River and Nundle, where Divine service was hcld^nd confirm ation ndniinisteied lo those prepared To receive it, I returning to Taimvorth on Wednesday evening at about eight o'clock. At about five o'clock the fol lowing morning His Grace proceeded to Armidule, where he will remain two or thre» days, and then re lurn to Tamwortli, whtn In will proceed djwn the Namoi, via Gtinneduh to Wee' Wan. return...

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. Nov. 22.— Henry Gregson, of Wallis. street, Upper Pad dington, drayman. Liabilities, £17 10s. 3d,. Assets, £%t Ss.2d. Deficit, £50 2s. Id. ' Nov. 2'2.— William and James Shelley, late of Herriina, now of Sydney, farmers and griiziers. Liabilities, £51U1 Is. 7d. Asset*, value of real property, £.3200; of personal property, X'!!85 ; outstanding debts. £&i 10s. Total, £4038 10s. Deficit, .£852 Us.7d. Nor. 22.— William lUiilei-s, junior, of Kiama, late of Fox Ground, carpenter, late farmer.- . Liabilities, £282 12s. 3d. Assets, /.'SO. Deficit, X'2,12 12s. ad. Nov. 2.').— Patrick Arthur Mason, of Dlaok Creek, store, keeper. Liabilities, £!-3i). Assets, value of personal pro. purty, £105 ; outstanding debts, £32 3-. Id.; total, £137 kid. Deficit, £W2 Us. lid. Nov. 23.— John Graham, of West Maitland. Liabilities £120 Us. Assets, £5. Deficit, £115 )!b. Nov. 23.— Robert Pottcn, of West Maitland, blacksmith. Liabilities, £i\) U 11 id. Aisees, £S- Defic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

Mit. AitTHUii Hodoson.— On Thursday evening last, a complimentary dinner was given to Mr. A. Hodgson, at the Australian Club. There were between 30 and 40 gen tlemen present, who met together to do honour to Mr. Hodgson, on the eve of his departure for England by the mail steamer.—//., Nov.2;{, Tiir NoiiTiiKitN Railway.— This extension is iu a very forward state. It is expected that, early in January next, the line will he open to Black Creek, the permanent way being already laid for half that distance. Beyond Black Creek, nearly all the earthwork and. bridgework is completed ; three large cuttings have to be got through, and a long embankment near Singleton has to be formed. It is believed that the extension to Singleton will be com pleted in June or July next. — Singleton Times, Nov. 28. Captain Mahtindale, R.E.— We perceive by the English papers come to hand, by the SaUettc, that Captain Martindale, of the Royal Engineers, who lately occupied the post of head of the railway depar...

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APPEALS AGAINST MUNICIPAL RATES. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

APPEALS AGAINST MUNICIPAL, RATES. MONDAV. ' Before tho Police Magistrate nnd Mr. B'oswel!,. J.r. 1 The first appeal wan against the rate levied on th (a premises belonging to the Bank of Au3tr.ftl»«i»... Mm Buchanan, the manager, on being called, did not ap pear. The valuation was £540 per arnitun,. the rait being £27. Tho rate was confirmed. - , The second appeal was from Mrs. Aiaynew, agani the valuation of certnin premises ,in King-street. Tn?; amount they were valued at wns 10s. a week. Mn- Mnyhew stated that she had only been receiving 8«.» week ; but it appeared that 10j. per week ront'M been paid her at the time the assessment was made. The valuation wa* reduced to 4.'22 8s. ? '___ Robbery with Violence.— -Yesterday even ing about.dusk, a bullook dray arrived in tow« couveying. ode William Pitt, a Chinaman, and formerly cook at the Tumufluii, wbo had Won, oruelly beaten and robbed.' This, Hjiid Chinain^ was engaged as cook at tbo Piuneor Hotol, Adi 'jungbilly, and on Sunday m...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

NEWCASTLE POLICE. THUKSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Bosvell,J,H Drunkenness, &c. — Margaret Murphy, terra girl, was fined 30s. for being drunk — George Hngty was lined 5i. for using indecent language. A Stray Goat. — William VI'Loughlin, for«^ in? his coat lo strnv. was fined 5s. .- Assault. — A charge against . Catherine Low, nssaultinr; Annie Bell, at Wallsend, on the ICti'i stall',, wns dismissed. FRIDAY. '*'; % (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Corlette, JJ DituNKKNNLss, &c. — A. charge against VVillui CiKite, clerk or uccountant, of leaving liis wife t children without support, on the 17th instant, n dismissed. — He wits, however, sentenced to-8hms confinement in the lock-up, on a charge of Ltii drunk, as well as of indecency. — John Rolston.ct petiter, was fined /is. for being drunk. — Hannah Ft roll, for being drunk and using indecent languid was fined 10s. nnd 4s. Cd. costs. Sale op Liquor. — Robert Hnckworthy, publici was fined 20s. and Gs....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 27 November 1861

BIRTHS. At Bolton-street, Newcastle, on Sunday, the 24th   instant, the wife of Mr. James Baker, of a daughter. At Bolton-street, Newcastle, on the 26th instant, the wife of Mr. John Davey, of a daughter.

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INSOLVENT COURT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle and Hunter River District News — 30 November 1861

insIMvrnt .douBiT; ';' i1:.:^1.^! .??;-;»''K'Efl'!iN SOLVENTS.' ? ' :.'' ' :. .'''' V ;v, Nov. 25.- NielfolM Daniels,1 of ;AIburyi blaokjmltlranft ?: wlii-elwnVht. X-i»lfj(Hic9; i6IO2$ 2«. Asseta, value, et/rtaf proilerty, £23 1 o(,per.sonnl propprty,1 £418 i outstiridinre . ? debts, iJ9G 8». :-ty.T,'ti-tol,:-£fi37'-8v 8fL- Veffc\K£48%l&i-.' ;;;, fld. This iimalvcnt.viiisdlr^otcilto'lllewithiij'Qno .'nipntbjrt'j' a true and correct, schedule of liis n'nseta cn7. liibiUtics, bS ? required by the rales' of ?' tha'Suppmo G'durt' of'tbs 1tH -,,'i September, l:Bi7'--!:-:--' .'?;;':;'i '??'??,??.?????)'?? i'^': ??.???' !-'? .'?;?:'? f Nor. '26.— Nicholas Dimicls, of A!llury,,b|a»l£smitli and r, wheelwriuht. ?LSftbi|iii^'£lO2S2s.':- Aer,et9,\aluoof reajr / estMe, £23 ; of tie'fton'kl cstntc,- £-tl8| put6t(lridi|ig dub/ / £98 8s. Oil. Total, £537 6s. 0d. {D'eflcit,;;^»S5 '18s./ / An 'amended scbedule, iiti-'cdnfbninty with tha'ruls' J court, to be filed within ona montK, \- ;. j ': ...

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