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COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 10 June 1858
COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. The Reform Bill had been thrown oat by tbe Victoria Lepitlitirr, and the circumitan-M had Caused mneh excitement in Helbonrne. Biwinesf cootinned steady. Floor was quoted at £2' prr ton. Toe report that air. ConUherd had perished in the Northern exploring expedition U enppoted to be un founded, and it w tboathr that be U rtill alive It u atated that Or. O raid, Boman Cathslic Bwhop ' «f Melbonme, intend* ptyin* an early visit to Earnp* U ia not uul.k^y tWrt Dr. Ocffr^toR^u -ill receive the mitre randered Tacant by the death of Dn ICorphy. of Ad«lai-*c The JadgM in banco hid declared the G^eloneand Uelboarue railway company to pay a fine of £10 000 for obstructing the highwiy known a» Braughun-place in the ti «a of UnL-nK. The H«yor. John Thnuaa Smith, E q . baa b»en do rated by tbe Melboaim C-iri»naiua to proceed to En /land, and preaent to the Qoeea a ^»ner»tulatorj aadresa us the marriaie of the Princea* Eoy»L The eloctrie wl^raph hta now been cinip1et«d b...
POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY. (Before James Taylor, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 10 June 1858
POLICE OFFICE. FlIDiT. (Biftftv James Taylor, Eq,, J. P.) William Hawkins alias James Thein. arr««tfH nD » warrant for b*mff druuk aud mtkin? o-e of t,b*en« language in tbe public erreei* of Dr.ytae, hut nd mitTedtob-U, wufioed £5, the earn he lodged in the bai.d» of tlie police. Wliea cillud on the defuudant did iiot appear. William Bruce w« fined J0t forbeius drank in the stnwtfi of T^waomha. 6 HreHWif B.BB«TirrTH Fin Am- William Broc« waa plai»d at tbebir cbureed wiib bijtl.wty robbery wi h firearow, on tbe niebt «f the fith M»y ls-t st B..(uo,b», tiie euwon of St. George Gore, Esq. From theendeHe* of Hr Edward Kitching, the ctirf «,„. «'able of Dr»jum. it a|i*»«d tout »b-.ut tbe 12tb May Uwt, be received a letter from Mr G««, of bidonib*. atatiog tbat a n*bery with fire arm* had been comaiittea atone ofiiu *beep ?tationi, and that among a quality of other article* vtulen w»g a third hwjfc bill of exahingo. dr»wu by tbe Joiut S «ek B«ik. Bru.bi.ne, on Alrtjr*. Heywood. Keunarda a...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 10 June 1858
MISCELLANEOUS. Yocxo tCasHniGTOH. — Himself of the most scrupulous gravity and good breeding, in bis communication with other folis be appeared to 4-xact, it, at any rate, to occasion the - same behaviour. His nature was nbora levity and jokes ; they seemed eat of place wben addressed to* hue He was Blew of coaapre Uendihg t^emi : and they slunk as it were abacbedostoflussocietjr. 'He always seemed great to me/9 says Harry Wktriagton, in one of fan tetters &tany fears after 'the Sate of wfaieh we are writing ; 'and I never thought of him ot&erwise than rf » hero. When be came over to tisettevoodaod taught ns boys Evrveying, to see him riding to bounds was as if be was chargiug an aruy. If be fired a tihot I thought the Sire niu*t tome do«n,aad if befluaga net fhc largest Salt in tin river were sure to be in it. His wa-d/ were always &w, but they were always wise; fhey were not idle, as our words are, tbejr wen gran, nubet, and stWBg, and madyosiinnraiipti tod...
PRESENT PROSPECTS OF EMIGRANTS TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 10 June 1858
PBESENT PROSPECTS OF EMIGRANTS TO AUSTRALIA. In studying the opportunities afforded by the colo tiies for emigration and the suitability of ten chances of success in the different classes who should only avail themselves of it, it is almost impossible to recon cile the contradictory reports given by individuals which vary in accordance with their own success or failure but in ninety-nine times out of a hundred the fault lies in the individual himself, and not in the country. The phrase, that Victoria is the working &nbsp; &nbsp; man's paradise, was a short time ago in every one's mouth but its miscellaneous inhabitants, having been so long accustomed to its delights, are very much put about and make no slight outery when they are com paratively only middling. One instance, as Mr West garth observes, will ilistrate all. In 1853,54, when &nbsp; houses could not be erected fast enough, masons and carpenters obtained 40s to 45s perday, but when the &nbsp;...
BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE AMERICAN HOUSE TAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 10 June 1858
BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE AMERICAN HORSE TAMER On Saturday, Mr. Rarey, an American, now on a visit to this country, whose skill in taming the horse and completely subjecting him, how ever wild, vicious, or intractable, to his will r.ud mastery, la beginning to attract public attention, wss afforded an opportunity of exhibiting Lb peculiar j-owers in Uiis capacity Icfure the Queen, the Prince Consort, the Princess Royal, the Prince of Wales, and other members of the ltoyal family, with the ladies of tlie Court and most of the foreign Princes ana distinguished visitors now in London, iucluding Pnnee Frederick William of Prussia, Ac The performances of Mr. Harry, which verc of great interest, and excited the amazement of all who witnessed the», twk place in the Riding School attached to th« ltoyal Mews at Bucking ham Palace. The Duke of Wellington, Major General Sir It. Aircy, Lord Alfred Paget, Clerk Marshal s Colonel Hood Clerk Marslial to the Prince Consort; and Major Groves^ Crown Eque...
[B] Gaynish, 1st February, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 10 June 1858
[B) Gayndah, lst February, 1851. Sir— I hereby authorise to receive &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; all bounties payable by Government on German &nbsp; labourers, which I have authorised him to procure for me in Germuy.— I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedient servant, JOHN GRADELY GANULESS To the Honorable the Colonial Secretary, Sydney. In due course the immigrants were landed on our shore, and in many instances in which I can re- &nbsp; member (particularly when there was a scarcity of labour) they were met on board by the agent of this firm, who was furnished with fresh agreements, and informed that the pperson to whom they were indented had died or had left the colony and that they must &nbsp; &nbsp; hire with another master at £22 per annum, less £13 for extra passage money in consequence of this misfor- tune ! The agreements were signed, and these Dummet &nbsp; schwabe were paraded before the authorities at Brisbane, who...
THE DARLING DOWNS GAZETTE. DRAYTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1858. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 10 June 1858
DARLING DOWNS GAZETTE. DRAYTON-, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1858. C-Miir I- „?-?,: Impnninnrat '. in l!m car of Dmo, **? * -?? ' »? »j»*c»om w*eUl iV-uia c!ik« to cUme. It has been our good fortune, during a residence of thirteen years in this part of the colony, to &nbsp; &nbsp; have established three newspapers, and the success of our past efforts has induced us to attempt a fourth, in order to keep pace with the growing requirements of the times. The gradual growth of the important district of Darling Downs and consequently of the matters occurring &nbsp; within it, which require publicity to be given to them, had rendered it difficult to do justice &nbsp; to all the upon public attention by means &nbsp; of correspondence in the existing local journals, &nbsp; &nbsp; we have therefore deemed it necessary to furnish the inhabitants with a paper which shall be both the exponent of public opinion, and the advocate of all measures tendi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
THE 'DABLING D0WK8 GAZETTE* I»jnl)l*i« mmj TnotBuT Kuan, and bnwW u- *«?-- TXSMB OP mCt&JW/tHXt: ? *. 4. £« Qsucimx. a i»iiw ? * * TPn vq&wtkb. iMibiiii v , m. B S ftMUUVB. . ? ? ? S TWQurtcn temrfnte «? the M Bwfciriw, tut DeeMBber Urn tUnk.ua* M* Jot. 1 «Udi priSodfaa n-fcurbw *? — ?—**? -[--'in- f F7iMliiriiliiffl*i-im1iillii— T— f — iavrnhg. Be* MwteTiim fa cbao^ tote 4iN «(«??? TERMS OF APVDrnSOTO: i. *. Tm ij«pj __ t ? Boot „ ? __ .* ? tu ^ __ -__ __ __ j « K***r aaemrmn.Ktam ttim— . __- I * Th. Vmmlmx «f Iitlw ai fa wtw pa mckUmtmmn? i55— * jii« mil, i. »?«*?»# --ttMwttg m **??»??'*? malar. — * ll«»tfiiiiau «MMt Ummkmt Mr B— TBs*« .?Mill «? TiU—Iij i mlqt m t—m* ???urtrn (? Mm Mli»i»r *'* ^^ AGBKT6: nojomnA — — — vm.'m.njfmMt anun ,,, , .^ _ Mc-Jca-i»** MJJT.i ,,r,- ««_ „_ Hftfwm
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
VARIETIES. ? oo— A good constitution is like a money-box — the fall value of it u never properly known until it is broken. la the names of what two goddesses could a man acLxowledgo himself a debtor ? — Ino lo (I know I owe). Why was Lavater likely to be a good soldier ? — Because be conld write about face. A man, in speaking of a relative who vrat hanged, says he died during a tight-Tope per fonnance. Some graceless wag has suggested a new read ing of Shakspsare, to suit tbe tines, ' Help u«, Cath tu, or I sink !** A favourite mode of introduction is Brazil ii said to be, ' This is my friend ; if he steals any ? thing from you I am responsible for it.1' A witness was asked how he knew the parties to be man and wife — ''Cause I beard the gentle- ? man blow the lady up,' was the reply. He thit rewards the deserving mikes himself one of the number. ? A Joke op the This. — The town said tint Palmerstoa's new seal (Clanrioade) made a very bsd impression'. — Punch. Plato once being asked...
POET'S CORNER. A COMPLIMENT TO THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
'POETS CORN E It. A tOMPMllINT TO THE LAPIS* Ttw worft h- wmmn j«* tatmMT An-slmiM iafWftfH*. i Vr In th« *r-n»l* hb. *p~«r 1 r»tfc. -cGkj*V4 et * I*?*** Cjtt-m : 11; fttaim, irxiK mi f* iiir. In wurun nirrr *:tm1t.i». ' ? ?Hi«ft* tlnsn «ri- Itg t» «npW Ittnr Whatn- ham Ift «-r-af*u -» ? . 1 o -f»T. i. h- tl»» m joj topplim. J!,[1-t dKl »« imral pw Ui» Wlr, Win i. J.r.-rt.-c;!.; U» ?-*? ; \VW« fa* f »j milnnwnlt! -*?!«?, -? **-?* t-- i«.i.-t;.i:jii»r-. ? T4! lw tehrU a TOr-»r.-. &« ; -| WtM V.ft «» J- n-c U* iar ? mile. «, A««t **-.!* * ^T-: «*'-? T^ ' Vtni Jt.«it » »umiii ftw A-llj'^ W'*p r««'«3» ?:«?» in ih»^/ m':irLt, ? I'd* 'br f.!'l«*i! !!-in'.a.-.-ll!ir»Y tsit its.1 f»r*.!i !m*», oaj t!-t
[?] MONTHS IN THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
l.'H. * Mr-NI'IS LV Vila li'It*; -:-? Unjr.. ' Mj f. ? :;i!;.^!vjie .?.!-?? .-.( iJn ?! -it.- .f V-w t,-ii. » *:i'.l br..j;Ll b .- M- .- ?.?!-.?;,. n lilt':.*; ;??«'., ap»--« * it't'cr nf nn (,'-#!» tm'.S.- :nt— ?*?*? ' n i-ir-h pecoii t to f!iv nJibf;,,; .his il.'.: «.f ?:.-? .'.(Ui--,-. '??, ref»T'»-«' «- I'll vtr.i.)i.i;t.,,-y .-,..,,-... r.: -lit- i = C -' '- ''r--!tl !?' t !.,-..?.?,-, i!,T r!tii''T, .' j'-;.,-;, v.i1 V r. 7. '?=?!??- ''? - .^iVfiiHti; « (»n.t| ji t-^ »tt-f-'(!^ .if *»».'j, ii. ''.»;i|i)[. thr . j:i -i ,; -,r!i u-t-.;-. ;.. ^-L- m, !n :hi.iwt i;t ;-i' c-iii1-:. I'i- -.,r »» rtilVj r.uJ. T-j.^ ;?»!,, - ? I'iiirm:1; « (.'.?.--; .?!.-?.! nr 'iiardH*-.t:-.j ? ?? ::i, ,.- IS-: .:?-??»? r-,.- 1*'V- -ii:t;'* ,?-«.» I ih,,,,.!,, jt -_.^.,,-i,jl, , :-? rV!! 1, jiji M mres ?;« ^ «r :?-(!?'' j -isvjsp, ;*??? ;-li' ?-?.?(* -i ??»-i-r.,i cb -r,,r ?;. i-'-f »;.i;«d r(,»t .;.- .'.-.?! i -,.?.;! i--. J.--*« u in Ic-miii-j. »rd .!?* Tt' mi h- .-..,. ,-.i,7t - .-f n ij'r-B in tl...
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
MISCELLANEA. No JIohb HjiDbnu. — A Funchal concspoa dcat Bays that it is notaa open question whether any more Hkdeim mine will ever be prodneed. None has boen made since 1851, and there are cow only some seven or eight thousand pipes upoa th* cadre tbLuuL All recent attempts to. ircau&cturo this wine bare utterly failed, and pa}npkin vines now adorn the old grape arbosrs, uwe covered with abandant dostera of rich grape*. There will bo plenty of ~' Madeira* in Ure market, ourertbuless. Abotk akd Bbaw. — FanuHarii^; T1» liberty that ma inferior takes in noticing bis co penot. Cqedesoension; Hie goodnature that »~ superior duplaya in talong nottoB of ibis iafenor. Ofaome»iH|itot If Smith (?.^bopftxeper.ora Mon-coBwniaaoned officer, or KtniEiianiaatof Jarge property, but no naihtarv «xptttence) ackstlo Earl «f Cardigan to t*k« 'mss *n* bin, Bmith usxtntmcTylanHUarjtHrtAmipoeeOadinsaadai Southt»ta«:ewi«, with bin, then U» earl is H««njwndy oandescOM&Bg.-— Pktmd. Ax t'MVtR...
BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE DELICATE QUESTION To the Editor of the Times. "She will place on [?]Shakesphere. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
ItRITISir EXTRACTS. _*5_ j TilK llEMCATi: Ql'KSTIOX. I r- fir Jw'ih-r £?-? (it 7V«(.. ! ? '_ j Sir. — Yc,:r c-miif«rcn?ii-a in in-*.-rtiiig mr ? f .rsnsT Utter, Mid the notice t«kcn 'tf it by *? Amii-us' affect our detplv. Ik-iieve me. - .\!t1i..iyU * | £-:ck in the worliiV reftrd, wretctjj, an-! loir, ! 1 c.vi ^S-tli be grab^fiil. | My lic.irt. mic!i as it is, whis-ptirtvl that go.nl r;ii;!jt co:iii- out of my liuinuii' cndcivoiirx t--\ provoke t lie dii-cuR-ion of this uninviting subject. | i ui now Utc thought that I ain afldr-t«iiig --tu ' v.lm can think of u« wiilii-ni levtv or Itj.-ithirij: i- nvorji'invtiiig1. ' Amiens'' rmiinii* iw that « *«e, tii.m wlmm no grcitrr ever CroJ tliis cartli. »^n- ni-wt *ilti:iu-us alutiit Uio K-ast ilot-t'rving, rind, mklinugU it may vxcitL- a smile — I would iiinirk tlut, bnriH'lii-K, my tem'lile i x|it-iiei:cc i-n.ilt!fS inr tu jil 1^'- — ci]eri^ll som-- !:iU-Dt and lt!-i-rrio^ C'liisiibtiuu in vapie comiirtinn with I Hun. I wili .-nMri'Ssa l...
SHIPPING REPORT. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
SHIPPING REPORT. AtlUTAL. -onf 12. — Bvmertnt, »te»m«x, ?503 tuns, Captain 'rKoiilj, from Sydne; 9th. and Newcastle lOih instant ?'R«-tiiC«rt— Her. T. Bionej, Mr E. S. Binuey. ilre ?'-.Mism, Mi« Mannine. and 35 in the etecriigo. From v.:iir Hi; per Waraiafc, landed at Moreton Island, Mr; j 1 3T»:pton and four children. j-ins 0.— Cfureuee, rteitu«r, ?ICO ton^ Captain FIirl»T, fjr^tdr.ev. F»»i»flngerB~iIr Rrown. Mr H. E. F.irr,'Vr« Kinp.'Mr Ceorr« Tfanrn. MvtwTbtrrn, M-i IV- Orjj, Mr Spearing, and 2 in the rteenge.
COLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
COLONIAL NEWS. v 1 c r 0 ii 1 a . ' j Matt«ft.h*f-Ji«-»!niwr|if»!«fo'»psb«vJib«8Eeitr4ci..'i i ('n Vfe» »irt«o«ffl ?-£ onr «-t.j('*i]^ [»p»jr^i fto-a iu: ? Armidde Expui uf t»o 6th ij.iUnf. ; — , A amaaonmr-of gituvi;, cti-tiinf *'«n«£;*30-;, u&b»-ic . to he ci«-9tdJ in ire: no: y of U-r C. Uotbam, . S-nue! Kfli'y v» tMely brought up at BJIir*t, i nr. reojawi. -b*rg«d W'-h tin .jesrfar of ? #K«f.h«r(; ; named B«44ock, near fciifptna Thi* diah-ttitSti oiw : »pp»T« t« h*v- -been -SKB-nitt-!-l by kri'uii'u; ilave ; iJeiselaad «stb a k«t^« »«4 jranriot brnii-iy -?»«* fci' body, nrhici was them set fife to. PrUones wd« ajiiij re»»«oJe4. Hnr t»K Ciit bjji Bi-'E». — Tiwi vstae af th* j»r sdUMtBt ijBp.ri.v«cariJt*,, onwe in Vittan* dttric; -tb*. i'aet«eTd- year*, VisuW, i' Ciir!y coiapnted, aaiv-/t-t t^ «'-E-eikKi£ a*K)tinatog Fr»i-i » oa^a-'oiirj; f jia' ??( view to £i«j-iii;rue tWit, v batt «i b-1 'iti * t» tr-- '?rs'tfc nt tLe £i*- yw-r 'tf tlie h^!f Tahtti-y ci-y i ?- W c9tec*:y...
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. COMMERCIAL EErOKT. Tucks baa be*u no ircj-r'j\erucnt in buinep* einco onr Im'-l rc[«.rt. Willt the exception ot a few bale* of wool n: Eose uf tie Elati.'ns on the frontier, the whole of *.&nt teuton'* clip is »uk titlicr cu tbs traj, cr bis been .V.-iru-Jcd to tLep^rt Sr-;s_ — The few traLtacuocs tU&t have Ukeo pUce ,;. eutiip Lave, as f*r as we have baea able to learn, been i_:jre f^ir tbe purpoee of getting ri-! of unftnittble flocV i x::d & t-uoiig ii»ire is njauiftatcd bjr many etocVhulders : ? ;nrchapa theep cf a high clau with a view to tbe r*ptd improvement of the breed of thui description of tick. Great ir.ijviine* b*Te l«ea nude for good rasua, piiBd Lirjfiitu htivo already been enter*} iato for the off ryrihf of several rece&t icipartitioat, before the rambs jive iitea dropped. Biveml fine nmba b*TB been UUiy imported irota Ne-r Z aland hy waj of eiperiiaeot, and ,,il,fr« direct from Geruiiny, which are maoh approved ,f ...
CONTINUATION OF THE DANSON MUADERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
00ST»Nt'J!Lr:O5 OF THE tiHTSOST KCttrEfi? The f jUowrag tetwr *p j ejr. m a laas 'cnai&jr of ui Strath Sf.-l vea^jne«n» su-rd t« xrerpqjxi 011 vonr»p»ca tt «nd«i n»r t« «tir -5^ the p1 oVi* lae'In^ of »to coi-siy and drtic^b it *V Guvsnmtstx to take' ftrrtbT «ti-]» ftrtlw *o»pr«iioa tftteiaiir-J*s» miuneh are being dstionsilj 2*TPe*r-&-& «» '*«; imtplcay aluff fctrda c« th-. DawttM frver. T$ tin: O*ar cifripirT of isrroni feu daw to be jAhul n* baa tfemtiffct aavrdaiv daiihig toe -Srat garter -*E thu jut K«t «u- stogie .1 lack fc« twev «*tae(t M *hftt ib*fae Gusecpwe pf taim, tjf*f«tfrai liciar, fl*i efen iriti tfce recant mUBtimf, aal «B tfaetr rxertt9toi.tSnriB«;rivpolnn timt* -qnUi i»-(E-*oot *« u*|M Mtt tW btwrfa-, TBho mini Mqeereu* Iwif cnaSw)l»tote, tluicuagVr »w*rt «f tfcait ^»»re slrengtti sat mit «edk»e«. - ti e»y *e tAnsJ&ehm ta rtafce, *b-t *jbe oatesral fiatti^s irf *!*e cwofitrv ?-« *? *B«t«rf t — ' OaeOiud «ta-eiM et Ant brjgalnr ngnh, ...
POLICE OFFICE. FRIDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser — 17 June 1858
POLICE OFFICE. TmtAJ, Jtm 11. B«fon A. W. ]£uuu«g,F. IT. lane, »4 ^.5. WIUw, Beojujiin T«jioc m« fiae4 S*,or £attr ci^tt km In tb« o*Ui, far drinkciuMSKi VTUUam Breoa,«o rosand, wi.a okaiT*«f«bb-iif with £t* ianaw, wa« further nnaabdfld f ?-' otjrtitrdarS » allow tiau for th* Bdoeaor* Vitaem*. ta M ia aitendaace.. ' r -? ???.:?; 'fi^.r.:.--':* -,, !Ei»_ Court adi-mro»4 te Fxj&7- 18tb- -«.--^ ????-=' Before A. ^frt. *fawal«f 4^ Braytoa oatebrttf, via bm^ up^a^ptiMjiehu^ with a breach tifth«f»£t«atA4. rjiotb «*MtttM t.fpO^.li«lK«ppS^t^f^iaforBurifl,k« ^^K|ajitta^M niadity, few '??M^^OT^^f^ ? : . ? ; tbe. aatsiyjisa ikwrtiftaivv .- ? ? ? ? W« tow^tMMtfslai at-FiaK*Ui««|t«M%tty !n o« Pwm to. (U» f«Jlo«iM .-im& tutu* Iwti Iw fawi«d ,. fcfiti* twawUut ^%^ te5*a«nt«v|»r w-a w* mifclli^ia' a-Ma*lttaJ»t if ift i^kktf JUl ttaiit'iaii' '?Hblll 'ifiiah nnM^J *^i[^u ? ^? p^pmB imnmn iv phi vs tmnn wk.ii puniini 'UwHlr vtHK* trib«i»Mln aM ef Ib* fw J(»«f Uiat «x4atk«t tnrtitv tiM,...