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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 May 1879

Telegraphic Intelligence. I From Our Telegraphic Correspondent. J SYDNEY. Wednesday. 4 p.m. In thq. Upper House, on motion, Sir John Robertson discharged tho ordor for consideration of managers' (?) report on tho Parliamentary Powers and Privileges Bill. In the Legislative Assembly, consequent upon tho severe illnoss of Mr. Hoskins, the fur ther consideration of tho Land Bill was post poned. Mr. M'Elhone road corrospondonco from his solicitors, whioh wont to show that thq pleadings woro not in suoh a form as to preclude Mr. Gar rett from going to trial ; and that Mr. Garroft was not doprivod by tho pload of all opportunity of vindicating his character by sworn testimony; Mr. M'Elhono procoodod with a tirado of abuso against' Mr. Parkes, but tho galleries word cleared, bo no report appears ; when tho public was admitted, tho Houso was in Supply. Mr. Hungerford asked whether the Executive Council meant to carry out tho sentence of death in regard to the two young mon condemnod to doat...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 22 May 1879

The Man who Vonds or Imports. — As many do, an imitation or counterfeit of a popular medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing what ho vonds or imports to bo a pornioious arliclo, dosorvos summary puni.shmont. Bowaro of so-callod tonics and diuretics rocomiuondod as bottor than or tlio samo as Udolpho 'Wolfo's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, and purchase none but tho gonuino preparation. Holloway's Tills. — Tho changes of tom poraturo and woathor frci|Uontly upsot porsons who are most cautious of thor hoaltih, and most particular in thoir diets. Thoso corroctivi), purifying, and gontlo aporiont Pills aro tho best romedy for all dofectivo actions of tho digostivo organs : thoy augmont tho appotito, strengthen tho stomach, correct biliousness, and carry off all that is noxious from tho system. Holloway's Pills aro composod of raro balsams, unmixed with baser mattor, and on that account aro peculiarly woll adapted for tho young, dolicato, and aged. As this peerless modicino has gained ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. The Small Boy "has some Fun." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

?????'? MiscUiiiiiailrjEsous. ? ? i The Small Hoy ' lias sonic Fun.'? H 3 was naturally cruel, and ho told an accquaint anco one. day that ho hud a-now triek to play on tlio public — something entirely now: Ho had a long string and a brass key tied to tlio ond of it, which ho- said was tho instrument of torture. Ovor the front sidewalk a niaplo tree sont somo protty strong branches, making a scat lviddon by loaves. r Lito this,. itftor dark, the bovs cliinbod. i ' Now wait, ''''said tlio . principal, 'till the first victim comes, and don't make a noise;' Pretty: soon an ordinarily-drossod woman camo along, and just as slio' had passod lie lot drop tlio koy on tlio hard sidewalk, immedi ately pulling i.t- up again. Both, now watched developments. Tlio woman camo to a suddon stop, bogan fumbling - in; lior pockot. and wondered what slio could havo dropped. Slio started on, but had notgono far boforo slio camo back unpolled by curiosity, and began a carol'nl search of tho walk. Moanwli...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Contribution. From Sydney to England, VIA SUEZ CANAL. VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

;Or%Inar.Cputri^-utioi». j ? ?-_ ? ? ? 1 ? 11 i From Sydney to England, ' 'l ; VtA SUEZ CANAL. [By Video. j VI. ? . As an incontivo to oavly rising, a cup of coffeo is in roadinbss for all wlio can turn out by 6 a.m. ; but, judging by a fow who liai-poncd to 1)6 coffeo hunting whon I was in pursuit of that commodity, tho company's liborality is not gonorally takeii advantage of. At 12 noon of tho 28th, wo woro off tho famous straits of Babol mandel and in tlio Gulf of Adon. Tho small island of Porim lay 'in tho strait and formed tho contro of attraction. Tho straits of Babol mandol or ' Gate of Toars,' — a most appropriate namo, for it has beon tho scono of numerous wrecks, — divido Arabia, in Asia, on tho oast from Nubia in Africa on tho west, and measures sixteen niiles across. Its waters are intensely bluo ; and its shores are flanked by precipitous rocks rising abruptly, and most perpendicularly from the ocean as black, barren an scorod as thoso of. Aden: in fact, tho' only diff...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Telegraphic v ( From Our .?Tilegruphie Correspondent. J SYDN13Y. ' Wednesday, '4- r.sr. The Assomblj' wont on with thb Land Bill Glauses thirteen, l'ourtoon . and iii'toon were, aftor dobatoj - agreed, to without anioudmont, ?The case. of .tho' child, . Christina, ;Ogilvio, Avho died on. Sunday .night from scurlot fovor wns tho subjoct of .an animated dobatoin both tlio Lecislutivo Gouncil and tho Loais lativo Assombly. Tlio want ol' an hospital to which } persons . suffering from inf uetious, i disease could bo, admitted, was sovorly. com luonted upon. A roquisi i in is being signed by the mem bers of ' tlio .Cricket Association calling n meeting to considor what-sliould bo- dono in iroferonco to tho lottor . of , liortl Harris, and oihor . comments in tlio London T?ress. , 'i'lio Collector of Customs lias beon granted six months' furthor loavo of absonco. A walking match l'or £ 100 u-sido, was ontored into at- Parkes' last nigl t, between William Edwards and J. . W. Taj lor ; stak...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. Good Templarism. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Oi-j^inal Coi'iicsposidlcucc. ' i (iiooil 'feiniilarism. TO THE EDlTOll OF THE TELEGKAV1I. Slit, — I cravo a few lines of your valnablo spaco to reply to a lottor from your J orvis 13ay corres pondent, dated Jl'ay 12. ?...- ' lie states — ' Wo are a vory humdrum sort of. „j pooplo iii. those isolated parts.-'.- Johnson's- aig- ' - 'liilioati'iii ol'~tlio word humdrum is ' stupid.' ?Still- lie niu«t not iutorForo with othor men's matters. Ho advises . a correspondent of tho ti/miilhitvtm Nvivx. to adhere at all times to. the truth. -It is a pity that a man should mark oui .' such a golden -path l'or' another, to;' walk in ami yot'doviate ko,far:from it Jiiiii oil'. After stati ng tho ;iisos of. tho church, ho savs— . , ' Whether tlio flatter . part of ;? t'ii'o ' i ntonlion is being, carri ed out! must leave you:to judge Iron. ; ,.,the nightly. ppH'ormaiico of .the. Good .Templars. ? Thosoi are a low of tlioir songs '' ^naiiiiu ; four snogs). Two ol'. tboso songs 1 havo novor heard s...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

nULU for SALE, at ' ? ? -n I ' ' J. - GTillEN'S i Post OIHco Store, ^ r Nowia. Nos.'.SW- im-B I-L^!, 3d p«/ /I ijom, Olllcc/ Store, T)O.TATO OKT (««s| for leod. - '. ' Fost-OKco Storo, ?? Nowva. S' O Bi ,, ' .'VTOWEA COTTAJ313, Worry- strcot, ntpro^ont J3I occupied by CAptii/n Storm. I - Post Oltico, / , ' i i 1 i i Nowia. , s ) m o.,x, i C ..E . t ( ?rptLE I. S. sr.' CO.'sCfrEAJiDSE Will, on and X' i, u aitor- tlio ; i tii ^,T/ii/o?To at BROUGHTON 0B13EK on AVfilMESDAYS; J'- leaving wat TWELVE' O'CLOCK. ' ' ' ?' ' ' '* * ' ;? A.-BXJOirANAN. . ___ _ — . ^ ?To Wlioiti il iii;iy C'«nscersi. HT: HAAT.NG boon informed that certain miscliiof ..JL '.i 'ln'akiiigV arid .nialii/ous individuals liavo. FALSELY CIItOUr4V'ai5D a REPORT tliiitl was tho party who AcCBSED ^fn. AV. WICKS, Blacksmith, of N/w/n^»jid tho NOWRA PEOPLE in gonoral of 'CREATING tlio DIS TUItBiVNCE at tho vi/itqriaMinsfcrol Entertain ment, hold in tlio T-(rrara Town Hull on tlio night of Saturduy last, 1 hoi'oby CHALLENGE ...

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Sydney Current Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Sydnc}' Current llarkct. l'riccs. ' Flour, £12 Os to £ 18 !10s por ton ^jiOlatoos, £4 0s to £5 :10s por ton; maizo, 2s Oil. to 33. Oil poi bushol ; buttoiv Oil to: Is per lb I 'dioo-io, 2il to :4Adipor lb ; bacon; oil' to 7-Vrl per lb ; liiilon, 2.td to ;id ? por. lb ; pigs, 3d (a 'l.^il |)or..lb ; ;calves, 10s Ocl to 20-1 each: fowls Gd to Os Oil per pa-'r; d,ick=. K Oil to Os 0'1]1('V I-a'r ; till keys, 7d Od (o 1 's joi pair; goose, 7s to 8s por. piiir ; oggs, ls.G.l to lt.: ?Id per dozon. . ' ' '

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

TnE Man who Vonds- or Imports.— As many do, an imitation or counterfoil; of a popular mcdicinal cordial drunk by tliou-.'.inds, knowing what ho vends or imports to bo a pornibious article,- dosoryos summary punishment. Bowaro of so-callod tonics and diuretics rocommondod as bottor than or tho samo as Udolpho Wolfo's Scliiodam Aromatic Schna]ips, and purchase 110110 but tho gonuino preparation. llOLLOVAY S t'n.LS.—TIio changos ot tom poraturo and wenthor froiiuontly upsot persons who aro most cautious of tlior hoaltih, and most particular in tlioir diots. Thoso corrcctivo, purifying, and gontlo aporiont Pills aro tho host romcily for all dol'octivo actions of tlio digostivo organs : thoy auginont tho appotito, strongtlion tlio stomach, corroct biliousnoss, and carry off all that is noxious from the system. Holloway's Pills aro composed of rare balsams, unmixod with basor mattor, and on that account aro peculiarly woll adapted for tlio young, dolicato, and agod. As this poorlcss modic...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

' ? Y'o four Subscribers. I. ? SUBSCRIBERS to this journal not receiving | thoir pap™ regularly will obligo by . promptly communicating tlio fact to tho pro ? ? prietor, at the office of this paper. Public Notice. '1\TR. JAMES ? -TRONG, Postmaster, of J.TX Tciva v. leceivo ORDERS for ADVERT] I :\ JOB PRINTING on ? my account; ; bh'j ? ?? 'Icvs - for, such loft at his premises vp to 3 . . ' ? ? ovory WEDNESDAY, - ? ?will meet -with -v '.o.'ijoii.' JOSEPH WESTON. . Telegraph P.' Oii.lce; ? Nowif i' 1 ? t' 17, IS79.

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Numba Municipal Council. THURSDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

ftiiiiiluL-Muuicipul Council. I Thuesday. May 22. The Council mot at the usual placo of mooting. Present — Tho Mayor, anil Aldermen Woods, Smith, Condon, and Leslio. Tho minutes of pre vious meeting wore confirmed preiformil. In Ooinmittoo of Works, on the motion of Alilormon Wood and Smith, tho Clerk was ''instructed to invite tenders for 'stoning' half-a-cliain on each side of two culverts on tho Jmdoandio road. On the subject of the condition of tho liowly formed portion of tho GroonwollPoint road, tho Mayor facetiously .referred to currant rumours that all the members of tho existing Council would be ' oustod ' at the noxt elections,, and thought, though nono of the aldermen would much rogrot such a circumstanco, any of thorn would proudly accept defeat on that issuo. , Aldorman Smith was of opinion that all tho rate payers complain of, on that matter, was that duo provision had not boon made for draining off; tho surface water. Alderman Condon was not sure' ;but whut'thb 'Groon...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Salt on Spring Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Salt 011 Siiring Wlieat. Having noticed an inquiry into j'oiu' iiaper (says a correspondent of tlio 'Prairie Fanner') in regard to sowing salt on spring wheat, I will givo you tho result of an oxporimont on' a small scale mado by me .last spring. I sowod salt 011 a strip of land ;six roods wido and fifty rods long, it boing part of quito a largo field upon which there had boen raised a good crop of corn the year previous. Tho ground was ploughed in tho spring, turning undor the corn stalks, har rowed onco, ono and a hulf bushels of wheat 1 sown to tho aero, thon harrowed twico. About four woolcs after the wheat had beon sown, and was well up, I sowod throo bushols of salt broad-cast upon this pieco of ground of less than two acros. I saw no dift'eronco in tho growth or looks of the wheat that was salted and that which was not until after tho middle of Juno, when, all tho wheat in this vicinity was struck with the loaf rust, which turned it yellow, and checked tlio growth. But it had...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Marriage. Colyeu — HuGnES. — On May 22nd, at tho resi donee of the brido, Nowra, by the Rov. J. . Hargravo, Josopli Honry, oldest surviving son of thi late AY. Colyor, Shoalhavon, to Rebecca, -widow of the' late John Hughes, of Saltwater Crook. AND SIIOALIIAVEN AD VEBT.iSER. Published every Tfiiii.-sriay Sloriiiug. THURSDAY . M \.Y 29, ;,0.

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Garrett v. M'Elhone. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

CJiirrctt v. HI'JiHioiie. It will bo; remembered by those who tnko any interest in tho proceedings of. 'Parliament t.iat; Mr. John M'Elhono inado certain sland.rous statements 'respecting ? thb charaulur of Mr. T'. Garrett, while tho hon. gontloinaii was in-tho Robortson Ministry as Secretary lor Lands, and during his absence in Europe. .-.The purport of theso charges woro that Mr. Garrott was in league with a person named boinors in tlio sale of a situation in tho Laiuls Odioo to a Mr. Lo Courto. Upon his (Air. Garrett's) rotur.i fri an England, or shortly afterwards, lie instituted'' proceedings against his slandoror in tho Supreme Court for £500 damages, this being the only means ho had of vindicating his character aud of refutating the charges. On the 13th instant Mr. Garrott made a personal explanation in the Assembly,- showing that tho legal proceed ings which he had instituted against the lion, member for tho Upper Hunter, had been dis continued, the } advice of counsel being...

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"All Hands Below." [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

' AH I9a»i!s 'EcioW.' A s'I'otiy is told of a parrot, educated on a 1 shipj which cscapod uiul-took refuge in a church. .;'*'*( * i ^ ~ 11 Tlio congiegation| assembled, and the minister, began: proacliing^to , -thom- in : his earnest fashion. . ITp spoke the parrot from his hiding plnce — * \ ' ' \11 himdi below!' To say that 'a.1 hands' wero staitled would, be, a. mild wajr of putting-it: ' The peculiar voico and^ -unknown source had much more offect ou thom thnn-the par son's voice ovor had. He waited for a moment, ..and then, a shade or two paler, he repeated, the warn ing. ' All hands below !' again rang out'from somewhere. The prbachor stiirtod'from his pulpit; and looked anxiously around, inquiring if .anj'r; body had spokon. ' All hands bolow !' was tho only reply, at which tho ontiro panic-strickoii congro gation got up, and a momont afterwards thoy had all bolted for tho doors, tho proaclior trying his host to bo first, and during Itho timo tho mischievous bird koptup .his ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Tiie repeated mention of disasters to the British, arms in South A frica: which lias been made during tho last three -jr four months in telegraph messages and detailed in articles and communications, reprinted from the English and South -Aiiican j ourn.als, ?'?must have awakened in the mind of every onewlio pays tho smallost attention to any other than his own private or local affairs, some' degree of interest and curiosity in eolation to the progress of events in the ?British colonies in that part of the world. .Such feelings, it must be confessed, have, as a rule, been at an exceedingly low ebb in these colonies arid in most parts of tho empire as concerns the Cape of Good Hope, and the group of settlements lying to the north of that station ; nor is it altogether : easy, as indeed frequently happens in the : matter of current history, to lay one's hand upon the materials necessary for presenting an accuvate and succinct account of the series of events which have led to the presen...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

a dopth of thirty foot, and is said to havo shown giocl stone. On tho eastern Bido of tho crook, after passing a quartor-of-a-mile furthor up, wo oorao to tlio lino of claims from which have como tho largost yields as yot. Taking tho lino of tho claims as thoy, continuo from tlio crook, tho first is Griffiths' and party 6-acro loaso, which is moroly pogged out and awaiting issuo of loaso. Tho second is ' Colombo' and party's 4-acro leasip, THE GOLDEN CROWN, which is also calljil Waddiugton and party's claim. Tbis claim has boon takon up about , eight months, and compriso an area of fivo acros. ;,V, A Bha.lt lias boon put down to a dopth of 20 foot, ?;?'. and like the othor claims along this lino, all tho stono from suvfaco downwards carries told ; sovon tons of surface stono, takon as a trial crushing, yioldog 7i} dwts. to the ton. About 40 tons is '. now to graos and ready for tho battery. THE PIONEEU a. M. CO. ' Ilavo a fivo-acro loaso, upon which a doal of ' '.work havo beon done...

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The Lords' Report on Intemperance. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

The Iiorrts' XleiHM-t on Intemperance. f Ffom the Times, 21s- il fuvft.J I Ox Tuosday thoro was issued tho .Report from tho Select Committee of tho House of Lords, appointed in tho Sessions 1878-9, 'for tho purposo of inquiring into tlio pre valence of habits of lutemporanco. and into; tho manner in which thoso habits liavo boon I affected by recont legislation, and : othor causes.' The Committee statos -that; thoy havo examined witnossos and oxtonded : their inquiries into England, Scotland, - and Ire land, and thoir Koport, which is dated Marcli 17, 1879, occupies moro than '10 pages.. Tho point of chief interest is tho recommendation by their lordships . of Mr. Chamb'orlain's: suggested modification of tho Golhonburg system. Upon this point thoir lordships report': — ' Tlio civil authority of G-otlionburg was tho first to avail itsolf (in 1 8GG) of tho power given by the now lo w of letting thoir liconsos to a'company, or Boing. This was tho result of ? tlio : deliberations of a ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

LOCAL I X T Ii IjTLI SiSi X CI3 . Yalwal Common. — Tho senators to a potition rocontly forwarded by H. Moss, Esq., to tho Secretary for Mines, praying that certain laud at Yalwal bo sot apart as a common for the use of. tho minors, will bo glad to learn that Mr. Moss received, yesterday, through T. Garrett, Esq., M.L.A., a communication intimating that tho. matter is at present in: the hands of the Warden for his report, - and that ho has : booh! requested to expedite action as much as pos sible. Womiiqee Saijp^/tit. School.— On Monday tho teachers 'and friends gave a treat to tho children of this school. In tho ovoning, after tho tea, a public meeting was hold in --Mr. Apporly's now house. Tho Rovs.. J. Hargravo and J. Elkin (Broughton Creole) took part in tho mooting, and tho friends and scholars sang sacred pieces during tho ovoning. Mr. Marrack showed a number of beautiful views illustrating the Pilgrim's Progress, and tho mooting was considered a marked success. Tlio proceeds w...

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Yalwal Gold-fields. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 29 May 1879

Jiilwnl fioW.fit'lils. [UY OUR HEPOKTIOR.] : n. ? \ - ? : Since writing my; last ratlior hurried com munication, which appeared in your last issuo, I have; through tho good bllicos of adriond; ascer tained tlio following additional particulars to- ' . ,garding.thqj'aroa of.tlio Yalwal gold-fields'. Tho description of tho boundiirios of tho Yahval gold fiolils was gazottoil on tlio 12tli March, 1878, and sots lortn that tho area is ninoty-sovon and a half square lhilos, in tho County of St, Yincont in.tlio parishes of Yalwal, Ettroma, and Dan gora, caminoiioing on tlio iiorth-oastornmost corrior of tho parish of Dangora, anil boundoil ' thonco on tho north by tho parish boundaries of Dangora anil Yahval ; on tlio west by tho.parish bbundarios of ?' Ynlwal anil Ettroma ; on tho south by thqnprtliprn boundarios of Ettroma and Dan gors; and .on tho oiul by tlio oastorn boundary^ of tlio parish of Dangora. xM ?Tlio riilgos that aro takon up for gold mining1' purposes run on tho northern ...

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