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THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 5 June 1862

TiiK XOIiTit AL'^TUALIAS' AXXUAI- I MEKT1X«. T:ii-- .-inniial cvnnt, that year after year has adti'jJ ndiiitional celebrity to tin: Vjiurtinj chas-a-.-ti-r «f tin: pt-,-t|J^ -jf Ipswicli and the su!T.-.:in'.iu.L; lilstiitts. In:* this ycari-KOocdcd ail f-inimr o:f-irts. Over filry hors--s were traiae-i and «.-»:n:rc-J fur the several prizi-s; arid over siuci: the tirst of the batch put un chnbin: to take his exercise over the train iujT {trcmnd. a d«-.t-p interest lms been taken in cvurvthiair relating t^- tlie meet. For tin- last week or so the racing mania has been at its height, and we wi}l venture to say that for miles round Ipswich the jrras-s-feil burse that has l-een alloivtd to remain quietly iu his paddock has beeu tbe ??.xt-jption. \\l;i-n this is lhe i-ase, in a ta-wu ami d:?tri'.-t where it is said that every man, wouimti, nnd child is the ownt;r of a horse, a a j^-.tod estimate uiav lie formed of th^* iimnlwr uf eiiiiestrians tliat patronised the spurts with tjiuir pres...

Publication Title: North Australian And Queensland General Advertiser
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GREAT FIRE AT CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

GREAT STEE AT CtUKES. - The Claaes currespobilet of the UaUaarat j '&ar 'writes: — On Monday ci^lit, a terriblo ! Bcetoot place in the main street, C'lucea, j tnd six Boa&id wcr; l--.:ra; to tba gwusa!. j The fire originated in the Exhibition _store, at about uine o'clock p.m. The occupier of the store was at the time absent delivering certain parcels sold during the evening. The fire originated at the westward corner ] of the stoic, but by what means is not ait ! present known. Some very serious remarks '?? have been made upon this unhappy occur- j rence, which, until an inquiry is made into the matter, it would be uu&ir to refer to j further. Six stores an- -burnt to the (rround, namely, thu one in which the file first «c- ? curred, occupied by 3Ir. Lugjr, and known i as dm Exhibition Mart; licit to tiiat the | cottage -if Mis. Uaukin, who was also the iwwt of the forementioned stone; Mi. King's I.H(clier's shop, Mr. O'Xeill'fi Lks: n^ss pikers, a tailor's ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

VICTORIA. We have Melbourne papers to the 27th in stant. W« quote as follows from the Argut : — That journal of the 27tl fcays : — Informa- tion was received yesteijiy at the Detective oificeof aiuurder and robbery having been committed between thi hours of h-ilf-past four p.m. on Friday last and tea a.m. m Saturday. The victim was Edm-:ridCuefcson, of the Wild Dog Brewery, near O.iee.nstown; and the s.'ene of the crime was lit the Big llilU 3ioiuitam Kush Eiwd, Caledonia Di £iu?s. Mr. Oncksi-n is sui';*jsed to have had soui£ money with him i:i notes and gold, as ho hud just been ro-nd e-.illeeting money, j He rode k. bay pimv. described as 'a littje I white, about t'le hind feet, full snitch tail, j .aad was branded lib oil the oil' shoulder.' j Tod dogs alsa aceonsjianied him, only one of i which returned home tlio s-i:ue evening, ar.il ] the uthcr is missing. Suiuc things v.liich ; de-isned had with hira have lie.en since, re- j covered, viz. — a pigskin saddle, souffle liri- j d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

WAKTED, by an experienced person, a situation where be may have the management of a cattle station ; lias hid twenty years* experience amongst cattle, and understands spaying. Address, Super intendent, Sovereign Hotel, Little Ipswich. Satisfactory reference can be given. WAKTED two MABBIED COUPLES without encumbrances, tiie men to act as Orderlies and to make themselves generally useful, their wives to do general house work. Also a GOOD SEBTAST GIRL for a Public homse. Apjtiy to WILLIAM BBS SEB, Brisbane-street. WAKTED. a SHEEP OVEBSEER for Hawkwood. Applv tn BAMSAV and JOPP. Gayndah. Burnett. TTTAKTED from 40 to 60 tons of chopped tf WOOD, from 2 u- 4 feet in length. Apply in PAUL MJKEY. WANTED, for a Store inthe bush a LAD who canride ; lie will have a coin fortaWe home Apply at Mr. GIVEN 'S Watchmaker. TO CONTRACTORS. fliENDERS are hereby inrited for the J. COXSTBCCTION of FODB (earth) DAMS, at Jiinbour, for Messrs. Bell an- Sons. Plans and specifications may be seen at Die resid...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

NEW ZEALAND. Fbom Sydney by the arrival of the Tele graph we arc placed in possession of later news from New Zealand. The Herald, adverting to his Excellency's visit to the natives savs : — Owing to the severity of the weather Sir George Grey was unable, on Monday, to carry out his intention. «f vjrfiiag I*a Wbakaairo. On the following day, however, at noon, he drove to the Pa — acconipanW bv Mr. Ijayard. Private Secre tary. Sfr. » illis. Assistant Private Secretary, I Mr. Commissioner M'Le&n. Major Douglass, commanding detachment 14th regiment, Mr. Coopsr. B.M., and Mr. Hamlin. interpreter. There were also present the Rev. S. Willi ams, Lieutenant Stvan. aud Mr. Jones, U.S., and other gentlemen from Xapier. Owing to the state of tlic roads, the pa was not reached until late in the day, and no busi ness was done — the party amusing them selves by examining- the pa .-UHlcarvinjrs.Ac.; his Excellency chatting with the natives. Kextmoming, the turtrebc^an with a speech from the...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. B» -the Telegraph wo have one day's biter news than was published in our last. The news generally is unimportant. The following items are taken from the Sydney journals. CArn.'B£ of a Xotobiiius Gang. — It is well known that an organised gang of thieves has been for some time banging about the city, committing various robberies, more particularly amongst the publicans, as have -ecn previously recorded in our columns, j The various divisions of police have had their men carefully looking out for the offenders, but without success. A cine, however, has now been obtained which, we trust, will eventually lead to the apprehen sion of the thieves, as the following will show : — Yesterday morning, shortly before one o'clock, as 'constable Sutton, of the Woolloomooioo division, was going his rounds, he observed the cellar dap of Sir. Meachan, Dovrling-strcet Wharf Hotel, move. Conceiving somctiiing was wrong, he looked about him, when he saw a man, well known to die police,...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

* MELBOtJBSE ST»1CK BEPOBT. Fat Cattle. — TliBSuppIiesotntinutngmodc- rate and the trade being completely clear of «Ji -iH sfrtc&s. (iriccs have been fully supported this week. AVe quote beft bullocks from £8, to £9 10s: ditto eoivs from £7 to £$ 10s; soiao very prime pens brought as high as £12 for bullucks ; and £10 2s 2d for cows ; second quality bullocks, from £6 l(.»s to £T 10s ; ditto cows from £5 to £C 10s ; inferior cows and bullocks from £S 10s upwards. F.it S!ic.-p. — This market has been en tirely ban; of prima sheep this week, tlie best wethers offered brought from !:-sto20s; medium ditto from 15s to His ; inferior ditto from lls 3d to 12s; onlv inferior owes offered which brought iVom 9s to 10s, Ciiltes were in demnud and sold w--l!.l-cst quality from 4(»s u- Ate ; (a few very superior as hi.^h as 70s.) sei-.md cualitv from 30s to 30s ; inferior from Hi. Store Oatrie. — There are sniuc sii^lit -signs of increased activity in the mjirUer. and a* favourable prices...

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NEW ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

NEW ENGLAKD. f From die TmUrfida ChrtmcU.) Fuee Seleotiox. — There was only one ap plication on Tuesday hist for the condi tional purchase of unimproved Crown lands, as follows :— John, Cosall, Tenterficld, 4S acres, uurtb of the Grafton Boad from Tcn tcrfield, adjoining John CalUnan's 42 acres. Deposit, £10 15s. Tiie Weatheu. — Winter has come at last. Cp*to Sunday last there was no symptoms of its appearance, when about mid-day rain began to fall, accompanied by distant thun der. A -:ood deal of rain fell during the evening, and Monday morning dawned upon us with a. clear sky and a cold, bracing wind, which continued to blow prctty strongly up to Tuesday- evening. Yester day was also slightly boisterous, but fine. The late rain has done good service to the farmers in this neighbourhood, rendering the soil lax and more easily worked Teixohafii and Wildblood. — We under stand that another race has been arranged to come off between the abovenained horses, the owner of Telegraph siT»n...

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MAIL ARRANGEMENTS AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

3IA1L AKR.VXUESIEXl'S AT THE POST O1TICE. !),..„.„ - :I)i-.il)-. Miailir «x- JDiilv. Saujay ey ' ji r.-W'^I-i'j'lu- fapltd, 7 f.n. Tv»- ,™-u \ Tu.--aay.IlJUI a.m.lThutvd.jy an.1 Sun li fridar.Sp.ia. j Jay. & pJU. lie .v-nv I |T''--ii»v. 1I-S0 m Thtucilarand San VTiE«« I ,Mon.i.y Jim pjm. |TJi..»lav »nd&m- Na^a'Si'.o1 Tiu-stiay. ^ p-ln. ISuniiij, S p m. Tiic for.-zi-in;- Mails arrive at their deati n.itinn as follows.: — ' UmsniSE .. Daily, Sanday csceptcd, 10 i 'a-ra. ' j T0!iwooMr.A Wednesday, .11 ajn. ; Satur- ! day, 5 p.m. I Ceattos ? . AVertnes;l»y, noon; Saturduv, 6 p.m. Wiiiw:irK ., Tnes:lay. 4 pjn. ; Saturday, 11 a.m. JiTAXAytrti . . Friiay, noon. Th? IWInwinjr Jlails arc contl^scnt for tinif. 03 i'jo srrjvaJs of tbe steamers; andfer tliL-s:.' s^ieh aiT*uigcnieiits are nmde as are most likclv t-» iiuct public convenience, viz.: 3IaryUoroTiSl,, Gladstone, and Kockliamp t'iB, every ::!t-.'rnatc Sund»jT or M«n -lsy, fls xiotiiio.1 in the b-eal pap4-rs of tlii- pr...

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GAYNDAH. (From the Burnett Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

OfeA.'gMsnP.A THr (From the Burnett Argut.) We hear with, considerable regret that all onr hopes and rspcct&tions with regard to the emigrant 'vessel City of Brisbane are doomed to disappointment, as from late ad vices received from England by die lust nuiil, tbe Queensland Government are in formed that this vessel, as previously in tended, will not proceed direct to Mary borough, on account of the insurance com -j- panics at home refusing to iitsare a vessel J ' -ra'!*^fery;«aie;*^Fl-l««OT see how it is possible to attach any blame to our oirn Government, as they could have no control over the owners' of tiie vessel, and were only induced to insert the advertisement with regard to the City of Brisbane on the good faith of the intelli gence they received from home some time previously, and which positively stated that this vessel would be despatched direct for Maryborough. We are now informed that we dull certainly have, in the course of a few months, a vessel of &r ...

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GARDENING CALENDAR FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

GAEDEX1XG CALEM-AB FOB JUXK, Fuuit JlSB KiTruEs'GiBi-ES. — Proceed with the pntning of vines, and hoe between cabbage, cauliflower, A'C. This should be frequently done to tlie growing crops through the winter. Sow for sncces&ion. brocoli and cauliflower. FijOweb G*cdes isn Sbscbbebits. — As old nights may now be expected, scarce ! plants, which it'may be desirable to seenre before they are injured, should be cnrefiilly ! covei^d. when there is the least cause to i annrcheud damage. I'lant and remove ] roses. A-c See t« securing a good stoct -if I cuttings of petunias, geraniums, fuschia, for ; spring use. i Fttld. — Sweet potatoes, v/uns, arrowroot, anil ginger may now be dng mi and used. i^lnvcr. lucerne, and all kinds of grass seeds for pastures may still be sown.

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DARLING DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

PARr.rKrg x-oTisrKns. (From Tootmonba Paom.} Visit of the Bisnor.— JJr. Tuffncll. the Episcopalian Bishop of Brisbane, arrived in Toowoomba on Saturday last, and stayed with Sir. B. 11. D. White. He preached in Toowoomba and Drayton on Sunday last, and started for Warwick on Tuesday.' Zaun's Cask Again. — The ' deluded vic tim,' as the Toowuoinba ' Occasional Cor respondent' to the Courier calls him. will. on Monday next, if not before, be released from the false imprisonment to which he has been subjected as the real victim of Mr. White's personal animosity to Mr Oisock and Mr. Sims. We hear that a rule nisi has been obtained from the judge in Chambers calling upon the justices who ad judicated upon '/.aim's case at Drayton to shoo- cause v.-hy a writ of prohibition should not be issued. 'The rule is iimBe returnable oa Monday nest We defer further com ment upon the case till next issue OieKaces. — The Secretary received three eutnuiCM Jbrliorsss from Ipswich on Wed jiiidny last. T...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

VIEKLT CAU^TJAK. M.T «f» ! Srx ' Srs I m«k-s ;III0B ^'a. - '' ~iL~it') h. u. '? f. h. ;»ioni iAdm. «=latjjij T 0 48 j 5 r 6 S 4 « ! 5 «? Miniisr .(I {K i ! i ! 9 ! ISS! SiO U.nd^j _« «» I s * 1« S ; « S» I « » TBHdv-IO «*:9 i 5 -? 31 S -IS j 7 46 Tf.iins-farll! -; JS , 5 7 K 5 S1J 5 t'ridar- IS 6 SO 5 7 1 -* 5 !lO a) 10 J6 Tlie EHn'F rising Mid netting hs ?ajrulmled to mnn t iow. llieb fltrr at Ipswich roar uoora tUtx.

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

BBISBAlirE. (From tie Courier and Guardian.) Chinese Immigbattox. — We learn with regret, that a vessel mnied the Lord Lynd hurst, sailed from Hong lions on the Htk of March last, for this port, ttu purpose of her visit here being to land some 300 Chi nese immigrants, who have probably been advised by their Australian friends to avoid going to New South Wales, in consequence of tbe capitation tax. The merchants in China who arc interested in this transac tion are anxious to open up a direct trude with this colony, aud offer to despatch a vessel every month, iaden with Easterii. produce — such as tea. coffee, Jtc. We should hail with satisfaction any measure by which the commerce of the colony might be extended, hot these tsbiiBS ffijU scarceiv *£b -weiemnB\rmesBtney TcaVc -nierr uxtcj; freight behind them- Messrs. George ltaff and Co, have been appointed agents for the vessel by tbeir coErespoade&is in Sid ney, but their action in tbe matter will not, we presume, extend beyo...

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The North Australian. IPSWICH, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

TPSWrCS. SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1862. Tff*T gecoad ofikpring of Jlr. LrtlJJV's defection from the popular party — the Divorce Bill — comes on for its next reading in the course of the ensuing week, and ire hope that its fete will sot be other than that of the measure in troduced ly the same gentleman for die establishment of a Mihtia force. « e trust that this remote attempt to create places will ronse the same spirit of oppo sition in the public mind an the latter has done, because it appears to have had its origin in the game questionable principle, because it is altogether jm warranted by any existing necessity, and because in its results it would be far from beneficial to the state of society in Queensland. We said remote attempt — for though we are not astounded by any proposi tion for the creation of additional offi ces forthwith, nevertheless the measure points in that direction. It is one of those feelers which reckless but able men usually put forth in order to form an estimate ...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

GOVEEXMEST LAKD SALES. (Compiled from tit Gotcrnmrnt Gazette.) At Maryborough, June 30th, 32 country lots on the Mary liiver, and Saltwater Creek, 19 of which are from 19 to 32 acres each, tbe upset price being £1 10 per acre, and 13 from S2 to 411 acres each. up-ot price £1 per acre. The first arc in the parish .if Maryborough* the hist in a parish uunnmed; and the whole are in tlie cnuntv of March. At Taroom, June 30th. 29 town lots in tho county uf Fortescnc, parish and town of Taroom. half an acre each, v.pset price £6 per acre. If not sold, these lots will be open to selection in the sainc inaimcr as ordinary country lots. At Warwick, June *Hh, 7 suburban, and 23 country lots, all in the Allora Reserve ; tlie first from 1 to 5 acres each, upset piiee £2 10s. and £3 per acre: the last from 8 to 105 acres, upset price from £1 to 12 per acre. At Ipswich, July 7th, 23 suburban, 32 country, and 17 special country lots ; the first from 2 to 12 acres each in the old Police Paddock and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

HOTICE. '*' 'OEHSONS INDEBTED to the Korth L Australian for Subscriptions or Adver tising, to the 31st March last, inclusive, arc respectfully requested to be iikhpt in the settlement of tlicir accounts. Agents are requested to taakt immediate remittances and statements of moneys col lected on account of this establishment. 'Korth. Australian ' Office, Ipswich, 21st May, 1SG2.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

AXD (JCXEKSLAifB GEXEKAt. ADVEKTISCR, IS published on Tuesday. Tiibbsdat, suid Satcbdai mornings, and forwarded to Country Subscribers by the earliest malls. TEEMS OP SUBSCBOTXOX, Per Quarter, in advance ? 8«. IVir Quarter. credit ? lllo. Single Number ? Gd. TaeGuarlOTteCTrfnate.»the^March. ' SOthWone. aOtSSetftemueri^iiWSiBBHaiP1 not'betttt ended to unless given fn writing Subscribers will bo charged from tke date of commencing their subscription*, TKBXS OF ADTKCTISESS. «. d. T»o Hue*, or under a quarter of an inch ? 1 0 Four lines, or under half an inch., .. SO Six lines, or under three-quarters of an inch ? « 6 Eight lines, or under one inch ? S 0 Every additional eight line*, under aninch.. »?»#.. -........,.????? 1 0 TEB3D OP DISCOUNT. ?6 Consecutive Insertions...... 10 1g cent. 13 ? IS .. 2S „ „ „, ? 25 The number of insertions must be written ?on the face of each Advertisement, or it will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Advertisements from Noa-subsc...

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

CXJTVrMEBCTA T*. STDXEV MAEKETS. B? -Hre Telegrapli « have dates from Sydiicy to the indinstant. The & M. Tierold gives tho following as the state of the -vaHons markets: : — ? Wool. — Messrs. Slort ana Co. litjd their wesily pn-dace sale on Thnreday, the 29th ultimo. The qoantirj- of wool catalogued was 40 l»les. all of which, with the excep tion of S bales of hand washed, found buyers at foil rates, natnelr- — Fleece, Is Sii to l««d; handvrashed, lid to Is 4d; mixed 'and broken, 7d to Is 2Jd; grease. 10 W: locks, lltd. ?Sieepskins.— About 3000 n-ere said at ftom 3d to Tidbit. Tallow, — An advance of 06 to 10e has been established onlast quotations. Bee/; 34s 3d - to 3ts 3d; mutton. 36s 3d to 37s 3d; mixed, S2« 3d to 33s Cd. Hides are in dsnuuid for chiptnant. and were letlistna — for Jight to middling, fc to §E 6d ; bear;-, 15s 3d to 15s 3d. I Tea.— On Friday Ust flje cargo of the '31 (tan ja was - sold by 3Ir. J. ii. C-ohSn,. at the folloiving rates:— Coui^u, from £S 5s t...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 7 June 1862

S H 1 3? 3? IIST C2- . AEEIVAT. Juseo. — Telegraph, steamer. TOO tons. Cap tain O'E-iHiy, from Sydnev the Slid instant. PasscoMK : — Mr. mid Jlrs. Jamison and t&ihL'^K Usebnsk. Mrs. Bejrd. -Mrs. 5L Hughes, Sirs. Itelntrijrge, Sliw-Sucbuck, Kiss SL Hosbuck. Mis* Xnrth. rliss Cud moro. Urssrs. J. B. Watis, W. J. Leniiou, L. E.I.Hter. Thompson. E. G.-iSIths, U. T. ?tissie, A. Lav-sou * K. Lawson. li. A. Bart- j let.-:, tV. B.uiet. P. X. iinsscil, Finiwanr. Xatha'i. II. EL Di-war, Sioman, D. Oril, ( Brown, Robertsun. :m.l 23 in tiic steerage. | June 2.— Queensland, steamer, 120 tons, C.iptain Patallo. from %,!n«v- Passengers — Mrs. 3M)ouncll, Mrs. Orr'lliessrs Fr.ink laad. Lc-^s, B.»lil, R. IKtvis, Finlev. Spry, Vilkcr, and ii in the steerage. IMPORTS. i Telegraph : 2 bundles ^;n wheels, B. f Al:uul ; 9!- bags bran, SS cases fruit, 10 lxcs onions, -J ks^s butter. It. Buleo~k ; 4 paek ajes furniture. Dr. Bovd ; 1 box, Brisseii- - «l*n ; 2 handles buckets, 1 handle .ixe I h mdlas,...

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