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WODONGA MARKET. DALGETY AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

WODONGA MARKET. DALG2TY AND CO. Report holding thoir fortnightly rairket on 10.Ii iii-it.. when they y^r'Jl 250 hjnd of tut. and atoro aattlu and 208 nheep. Tliore whs ft ftir lUtend&ncB »f buyerc. Tliny quota :—H>iffra, to £3/15/ ; QJW3, to £0/13/ ; v.ialers, to £8 ; 4-yr. old bill locks, to £4/15/ ; apriii^r*, to £8/5/ ; bills, to £6/10/. Crossbrad Uinba, to 13/0 ; crossbred w I'tiiers, to 10/6 YOOXGHU3B.VND. HOW AND CO. j Rnpnrt having held tlioir u^ual fortnightly ! .<a!e uf f it-(in<l dtora stuck fit their Wo* , don^a yards on. 10 li inn., when thojr : n (Tared 439 fat and ntora oattln. The at- i K'-ndanci of bayors wan an RverA^o ona. i Quotations : — Bullocks, to -£9/6/6 ; oowa, to i'7/10/ ; vonlers, to £6/6/ J 4-yr.-old bullocks, to A'7/16/ ; 3-vr.»old buuocki, to £5/14/ ; heiforH, to £1/9/ ; bulls, to £3. I

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I.C.R. ANNUAL MEETING (SUPPLIED] [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

ANNUAL MKKi'K-iG The Annc.il u? ih.• IndepsuJ -::C Order of Kechihiiea w;s.* l-.eid !«-i **-*'< ».t xiri-Us-raLt. Th*1 jmhSic i*.j c^nec'ian with the event b«*gan on Sunday, when a I large number of tUe Kallarat pulpits wer* | occupied by prominent members ot the Order. The report submitted to the Annual Conference referred to the fact I that fifty years ago the third annua) meeting was held in liallarat, when sixteen Tents were represented, with a total mem bership of 435. The Tents now, adult *ud junior, total nearly 500. The total heneiit members, including 3t57 in arrears, are now 18,123, medical benefit and honora*y OiJiM, and junior members 7-1*2, making ihe total strength in Victoria 32,29a. Toe funds increased by £17.051 during the year, making the total 3J3,J7>). The toial increase of membership in all classes, lSf>7, ia a record achievement for the Order in Victoria. Plain lor the establishment of the Young Australia reaipjrance League bad been adopted. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

Public Notices. Corryong Pony Racing Olub. ANNUAL MEETING, To be held on Corryong Park on wednesday, 22nd APHIL, 1914. 0PPI0IAL9 t PRESIDENT.—MR J. PIBBOE. Vlo«-prwWeat3.—Mejara F. Jiyer and A. Lukloi. Committee.—biewra A. Aooata, 0. W. WV«':r, L. MuUri, J. Bobartwa, P. SoamajeU, T. X.R daa, H. Waters, L. She&thor, A. Bartleit, J. Butwiale, R. Knljjht and C. Wature. Trsarcrer.—Mr J. Campbell. Judge —Mr L ibeatbcr Sttrter. -ilr W. Phillipa. Htedicftpper.—ilr J. *. SWr Clerk oi Cdurji.— !£■* 9 rialth Wel^biaj Clerk.--ifr T. LaUai iiei3urer».—i£ejjrj Acocfcj aoj 3bi)&ther. Stewarts. — Meaari Campbell, Hood, A. Luklna, P. Scamiaell aad C. Waters. PROGRAMME : HANDICAP hcjrdle RACE, of £10. First, ±8; second, i'2. Far ponies 14.2 a.a. 0*er five flights ol hurdles not tnoro than 8ft. bub. Disunite, one mile and quartor. Nam , 7/ ; accep.. 8/. To atari at 1 p.m. sharp. miniature handicap, of ss. First, £4 ; 2nd, £1. For ponies 13.9 a.u. Distance. 8} furlongs. Num., 6/. To st...

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THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

the show. The annual show takes place to day and to-morrow, and in spite of the unfavorable season—the distriot has been practically six weeks without rain—a very fair exhibition is pro mised. Its ubility to withstand adverse weather conditions is one of the fiu«8t features of the Opper Murray country, and a season such as the present one gives it its best adver tisement. An exhibit which em phasises this point, and shows how a little scieutiflo cultivation will uuka a farmer practically independent of the seasons' occasional vagaries, will be fouuil la the farm produce Seocioriu to day. Entries ia all live stack classes are w-!l up to the avc-r-ige, with the exceplbn of hunters, A goad display is premise,i iii the piviiiou. Twi> wood chips, *heaf io^siug, a flig race and other interesting events make op an entertaining programme. On both show nijjhts there will be entertainments in the new Atheasum Hall, arrangements having been made with the contractor (Mr Albert) for its use. ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

Sl'OUTlNii XI)IKS. Omeo Rioea to day. Mr J. A.nderaon'a Sunray won the prin cipal handicap at the Tumbarumba pouy raced yasterd.iy. A cricket matoh Victoria v. New South Wah«—■will bo pUyad on Knight'* Oval, Corryong, on Saturday next. The progratnmo of tho Oorryong Pony Racing Ciub'a annual meeting, to bu hold oa Wednesday, '22nd April, appuars elsewhere. Spo.ikinR at tho annual mooting of tho Footscray Football Olub la«t week, Mr Wardo, M L A.., said thit ho thought there was some link between footballers aud tho Workers' Compannation Act. It the Aot wero inter preted in tha Btriotest sense of the word, a footballer would be classed as an employee of the football olub with which hi played, und in the evoat of injury 011 the football field, would be justly entitled to compensation. Several raombers of football oomniittcoa seated on tho platform looked significantly at each other, no doubt realising ththey woro faced with a now problem if Mr Warded contention Were ooirect. The aunua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

One step won't take you very far— You've got "> fc(!8P on walking; One word won't tell folks what too are— You've got to keep oh talking ; One inch won't make you very tall— ■ You'vo got to keep on growing ; One little " ad." won't do it all— You'vo got to keep 'em going. ' • • ■■■ Printed aud pulilislied b.v A. T. IJAKTLCTT, Sole Proprietor, fit the office, Hansou street, Corryimg, in tlie State oi Victoria,

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, 14TH MARCH. [Before Messrs Cronin and A[?]KS, Js P.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

HOUIIT OF PETTY SESSIONS. 8&T0EDAY, 14tH ilAECa. [Before Messrs Cronin and Aoooke. J»?.| DBBT CASES. 0. B. Robin v. A. 8. Stokes.—Claim for £22/4/. Mr Hood appeared for oom* plamant. Defendant did not appear. Mr Hood stated that defendant bad left the district, bat the summonses in this and the two *aba»«qii~m esses were served at his lust known pUcft of abode (Corryon^), Counsel qn tied n derision of Mr Joetlce Hodges in Rees v, Downer, in which this was hell to oonsii>nte service. Mr Hood j then ^avt- evidence that defendant had ! acknowledged the debt to hiai. Mr : Cronin ah a ijoummeiH for a | week for ih~ ftpp?>innoe of complainant, Mr Hoo.l pointed ont that he Wis appear* ing foi complainant. Mr Da'gsty, npeak* ittg an amicus curiae, -ai l thu the b;nch mL'hl prop-ily an order nuder the oil eiiuw>inc*9.—The bench m* ie an order for £22/4/, with .£1/14/ coats, in default dUue}»y. A. T. Birtlett v. A. 3. Stokes.—Claim for £10/10/. printing and advertising. Mr Ho...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

towong sums council. The ordinary monthly meeting of above body was held on Monday, 9th inst., at the Council Chambers, Tallangatta. The following members were present, viz., Crs Irvine (president). S^obie, M'Grath. Paton, Tobin, Cardwtdl, Cronin, Lobban and Brindley. Minutes of previous ment Ing were read An 1 confirmed. COKRKSP 'NDENOE. L. W. Meurant, y.ick'i'i Und Ui, wrote applauding the Council for continuing the bonus for wombat destruction.— Ooaooil decided to accede to writer's re quest that efforts bo made to have worn bats brought under provisions of Vermin Destruction Act. J. W. Leckie, M.L.A., promised atten tion to the Council's request re sup porting amendment of Thistle Act.—Re oeivod. Notices o( intention tn appeal against alleged unfairness of valti iti ;na were re ceived from W. B. Tii»he. Bungil ; VV. T. M'Veau. Though* ; fXJrs lato Robert Seaton, Corryong; Jas. and A"x. Snutoii, Towong ; Fredk. Forster, The rate-collector eyphiinod that then* hud been a misappreh...

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THE RAINFALL. THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

'3'555* BJAJSiTAI.r. THE V.EARS' HKCOKDS. Following aro iho roeorils of tl:o rain fall for 1905. 1206, 1307, 1U08, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 nmU«18 80-85 0?-(35'i0-I8 Si 85 Ki-08 80-AS 88-85 05-88 0A-08 VS-5 5V-V 18-9 65'5 7-A-0 AA-0 H-V -C0-5 5f-I 5A-0 05-V GO T 18'!! I<J-0 Oi l Oi-K BA-fr 18-0 'A"M !«-« {"J-1 OT-I Ir 'o 1)5-5 (IK I 17,■}. <13-8 cm- '1:'0 v.a 8 fis-l VI -5 591 158-U • t-rS-l VI-V OB-5 *vi-»8 30-5 l'J-5 80-0 M'-5 OV-8 5'M 81-5 811-5 58-T '"»Y 53-1 8V-8 8V 8 *8-8 90-5 IL-I i:i-5 !!V-8 OK-8 *'mf 8(5 0 91-8 00-5 00-5 ti-8 8G-# KB J -<jo.fr- Ci-8 "Ulll' 8L-f> W-0 50-5 80-5 US-5 £•!■£ 00-0 '.'«•» oi-5 -<«1? 18-0 55-1 COO 80-0 5t:-« t:i-1 1)1-5 Att-I OIM [l-^V VA-V 801 KM- 88-5 AK-K V:i-0 ,!()• I MMJ AliO GUI C8-I AO-'/ CO-1 5i-I 5(>■•; 00-5 8A-0 8M "ti'VI 09 5 VI 0 Aft 5 110-5 Bl-1 1 ■?, 08-1 'UN 18-5 '""i' GIGE 6ISI HOT OIGI OOGl 8001 AOCl 9001 8J01

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TIN MINING IN SOUTH AFRICA. AN INTERESTING LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

TIN miSISfi IN SOUTH AFKIUA. AN INTERESTING LETTER. Mr D. J. Cronin, of Corryong, has re ceived ait interesting letter from Mr A. J. Costin (who is well known to roany resi dents of this district). Mr Costin writes from Naraguta, Northern Nigeria, West Africa, whcc he ia tin-raining. The fol lowing extract* from hid letter will in terest our readers :— As you will dee, I am in a very out landish place—tin raining—hut am plea-ed to say am well, and doing fairly wall. The natives here are still iH the Adam and Eve stage—a few leaves supplies the ladies dress, while the men are nut so extrava gant. They give us no trouble, in fact thry fear the white man. I seem to have done a lot of wandering since 1 saw you last. My only regret is that I stayed so long in those mountains. I intend having a trip our to Australia thin year, in fact, I hope to see the two Gups and then return to London, and possibly come out here for another yrar. So its possible I may meet you. There is a lot ol sickne...

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THE MARKETS. ALBURY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

THE MARKETS. ALBURY PKODUCE MA.RKET. The Albury Wool and Produce Brokers (Mss-irs Y.iunghajbaivl, Row nod Co. Piy. Ltd.. Jas. Oolguhoun und Sins. D*l <olj ami Co. Ltd., and Muthieson and D u'in) report holding the usual monthly sale of batch- r'e and station produce on Friday lust. Tim Mtnndivna of bn.vors wbb exceptionally large. QtiotuMons :— Wool.—Oroinbred nnd merino fleeoe (io b-ilea), to lOJd ; bellies and pieaas, to 7iH. SlieipskinB. — Pelts, crossbred, to n 1; polu. lun'w. to 7^1. Hiles.—• i .S.mnd hi-itfi, to 8J1 ; dry, to 9 0-81. ' Tullow —Bo*t. in pipoa, to £25/12/0. Fins. — K.ibbit Bkine, to 8id. Foi skint), to 30/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

Pul.iic ftolice. "A ilappy Raw Year to All." a. E. Thomas, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, C U 1) G E W A, / •> (»=;0! U,Y : n = » Nli. fr*. p*t V-/ Uc X .. V w « ■ . i • • u '■> I l C, its-' V. ,i! • , fUuiyf'Sj '.}• . . ■ i. . .lur.i'-'N. Coctnrti-'Ki'jrv in »ift V.,\s mill i'V.i ;*v (t4>«<cis. T-: Wr-Ii kn-'Wii bum : "Rri-Ul Veil" Klonr. Uest Currants, Spines, mid AU moii'la. F'imitu»* -.v-tifni on, and orders (Vir^fuliy mule tip and delivered throughout th-- district. "The Corryong Courier." NOTICE. Fconoequonco of the conditions im p&9ed by the Country Printers' Wng6ti Bourd—tho amended nwird of which, cnriif info operation on 27ih October—wo ore compelled fr;iia»» st'Vfia! now re*ju« In'ion in n-g.ir.l i<- A ivt:i ti;s. tn» n'.s and Corr»:--:pcn:dencf lotf-nd-d for i'^- iaoit in tho Courier. Noiie- i< h;.i*»-hy ^iven rhiit thi«>e ru'es will bo tv.th?:o:i to strictly. Adv. rti-rniMu'j*.— n-*.v * *'v rri=-e 111- Ml Mill- i) ,n b n ■ 1 \ ...

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CHURCH NEWS. METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

CHUKCil NEWS. I • i METHODIST. In ths final list of Methodist station al- ' location*, the K*v. John J. Brown, Wan^aratta, is gat down at chairman of the North-eaattrn district Rev. Horace Brady is to be stationed at Yarkandandah, and is to exchange onoe in six moutliB witb . ths homo missionary at Cadgewa,

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TRADE WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

B'KAUE WITH AMERICA. Trade in fruit and other goods be tween Victoria, and America has been handicapped by Ule want of a direct line of steamers, with Melbourne a the terminal port at tbia eud. This hmdioap will shortly be removed. Mr Hagelthorn (the Minister for Public Works) ban announced that the Btate Ministry haa received a coinmuoica don from Sin Franciaco iutimiiiiiig that the- (Ji)ion SteiVtmUip Oompau'y his Jeuided '.o put oo freight ste&msra (•ir the purpo.se './f o*rryiuv; all kinds ■it perish .hie produce between thss city nmi Melb.iuriie. The first boat th.u will icavtf 3-.il F(.iissi«i v/ill bo th- c.s. Oaiirtiia Cine. It ia (Sua to -Vh th.' U":t cu April I'll. , The intention is to establish, in the firat instance, a two monthly servioe. The steamers to be used are alaaaed A1 at Lloyd's, and are up to date in all respects. They are fitted with refrigerators, and are capable of hand lint; perishable produce of all kinds. The flipping company statea that it is c...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

Postal rates and regulations [Where the ttirm "Tho Common wealth" 13 UbeJ in eonueetiun with thc-so rates and lobulations it includes Papua, lyjrd ilowo lal'ju j, and Acirioik Island.J LiiiTKKS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within t)io Common , wealth 0 1 For delivery m the British Em P're .••••. 0 1 coy delivery in the New Hebrides, Hanks, and Torr.": Islands ..0 2 for delivery in other placcs .... 0 2( Li:n Ell CARDS, ■•'or delivery within the Commonwealth : _iiiir.de, Id. each; reply, Id.'each half. or delivery in the British Empire (soi l:st of i>l.i:xs under "jitters," i—Sin g»3. Id. e.-.cii. ' , .',!v'-r.v >» New Hebrides, Hanks _*n.i loi'V^s Islands—Single, id, each ■'or delivery in oilier places— diiitlt, vach. POST CARDS. .'jytoj.-ds impressed iviiji th, Ul. t-Uinp, and Uepiy or tioubiu card* ruca li.'tif of v. hieh has the Id. sia..:i, "i.urei-td thereon, ii;:;y be tra. si'jirte". to place* within t ho Coin..-o:.v,-;v.hh, :::u lo vhoss I'iuce."...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

ROMAN CATHOLIC. We are requested to intimate that a RedcmptorUt Father will give a MUslon in the Corryon;; Catliolio Church from seven p.m. on Tuesday, 24th March, till the following Friday morning. Tho MU Bion opens at Walwa on Friday, 27th March, at seven p.m. Important clearing salo of boaaebold furniture and effeots, at the Corryoog Police Station, on Saturday next, oo aoooant of Sergeant Moore. m)e rtartt at ofae p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

public Notice. The Towong Races are over; but The Race of the Year is just on. Don't Miss It! J.CAMPBELL 5 AS DECIDED to clear the balance of all the stock of Ladies' Corsets on hand to make room for a New Leading and Famous Make of Corset which is to open shortly, and the room is required for these. THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW To make the Deal of the Year at the Great Corset Clearing Sale. The Prices mean Given Away ! Corsets, 13s 6d, reduced to 7s lid Corsets, 9s 6d, reduced to 4s lid Corsets, 6s lid, reduced to 3s lid In all sizes, and below cost. This is the Opportunity of a Lifetime. The stock of Corsets must be cleared absolutely below cost price, and these prices are guaranteed genuine. - - - - ALSO - - - - A special line in Ladies' Black and Tan Shoes, in all sizes, to be cleared out. Reduced from X2s 6d and 10s 6d to 6s 6d pair. Come one and all, and save money by dealing at J. Campbell's Store, C^v&lRYQNG-. Auction Announcements. VOUNGHUSBAND, BOW AND CO. Pbjpbietaey Lt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

'Public Notices, 1 «n^,Ty011g flotel," OOPJRYONG-. 11. E. 'KN'IGHT fr-j EREBY notifies'thai '.v- '•ai-'iktri jv.:r tho ab./ve >vu!l knov.'n hotel, unl !r y&r -'..by'stvici attention to t'ie refjuir'.'LYinits of p.-i'ron-t :ind Uoepiny only the bs.-t brands of liquors tn merit a conunuiiieti of tlia ennp.iit accordo'il l)U pieiluccsr.ni;. > Firut-olasa 13i!liarJ Tiiule, mnr'cer in j'.tteiuiancc. . .. » Every attention paid to requirements ot. Tourists and-Travellers., . G0Od'gRAZIN<j:PAI)DOGKS.& STABLING. ~ , . Stopping place foiv CRAWFORD Ss CO.'S GOACJIES/ which 3ftY(i- this hotel daily (Snnikys excepted) ' •: - v s. i forTallangafcta. MISS E. El.- HILL, ^ FEOPEIF.THS 3 3. • {fFjHE: ABOVE *«»!■ known hmiiooi accomodation hua been renovmoiV thnv.ijjb I ' unt, hmiI patrons inii.Y roiv upon iheir requirements1 recoiviny every attention. Reasonable tsiiff. Two tables. Pi.mo. Bath.Good. Stabling. Well Eqdippkd Bilwaro Room. Efficient Marker. ESs" HAIRDRE...

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RAILWAY COLLISION AT EXETER. 14 PERSONS KILLED AND 25 INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

Kill, WAV COI,l,ISJO:V AT EXK'I'Eli. 14 PBBSONS KILLED AND 25 INJOBED. Tho most terrible acoident that has ever been reoorded in Few South Wales occurred at Exeter, oq the Main 8omhorn lino, just before midnight on Friday. The down Temora mail, heavily loaded with passengera, orashed into a stationary goods train a hun dred yarda from ihe station. Four teen persons lost their lives. Eight of them were billed outright, several lived only ~a very Bhort while after wards, and others died on the way to the hospital. More than 20 persons were injured, five of them seriously. For not keeping clean a vehiclo n?ed in the oirriaga of meat, an Altniry batcher waiflned £3, with oo»t«.

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THE Corryong Courier. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 18 March 1914

TUB Oturiuian0 dauiitqu. WEDNE8DA Y, MARCH IS, W14. For the cause that laoks ai9l>::->\u-.. For the wrongs thai need resistant For the future in the diau ice, And the good that wo oan do. Contbaotb roB Fokaoi.—Contracts for oopply of forage to distriot poliou stations have bean aoospted as fol low :—Tha price mentioned being at per :—Oorryong, A. Harris, oata, 6/3, brau 10/, hay 8/, straw 2/6. Jingeliio, W. H. Guild, oats 7/6, bran 8/, bay 4/, straw 8/. TallaDBakta,; W. Rapaey, oata 7/11, br»a 7fll bay 8/8, straw 2/B. .Show Visitors.— C. J Ahem, M.P.. »..<! Mr J. M.L.A.. will be pre-em at >hi-* ('orryuny Sb >w to day, Yikld of G ld. - The yield of Vic ii}ri<tu g lid f 11 hVhrunry was 46 3o8 z gross, or 41,848jz. fine, valued at, £177.760. 0 uiiiJ,ir« il w«h the yield i.ir K-ii. nary if l.wt year, aa increase >( 8,910 z. i:a- occurred. The yield tor ait- Int two tnonths iva« 70,488 jz. _<r or CI 988 z. fine, valued at H'276 053. L'tu ' ...

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