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Cullings and Cogitations. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

Cullings and Cogitations. L : By "La Phlume. A.scientific Home paper says that a new' gas is about to be introduced, prepared from petro leum, water, and air, its power is equal to iwinty-one candles, and its cost onul Is 6d per "1,ooo feet, good news for gas consumers. In diphtheria, even in aggravated cases, linies and their juices are used with most successful results, they can be taken in the form of hot lemonade sneetened with white sugar or honey, or the fruit sliced with powidered white sug. . Now that the Queeri has decided not to use lamb in the Royal fiouseholi theopoor farmers are sufferjng in consequence, lamb Is no cheeper to the outside public than it was, it is the grasping butcher who comes to buy in the cattle market who gains the benefit and who has the farmer at his mercy, instead of giving the usual price offers just half, of course the farmer cannot afford to take the "lambs home again and is forced to submit tq this estor tinor.. ,The Duke of Edinburgh's expens...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

THE `LOOKOUT. .: . LoI' ook ot diown there, for i'tn aboutto shoot." How dearly iie sometimes pay and how often talas :have others to suffer in the ,fable _of ý,ý"the;i : boys and "the frogs enactedin; grim, sterm, tra cal reality almost' daiand loo nitncallous indifference ,and mayliap laugh at' tih' fun ihich is death; and sometimes worse than death :to iothers? ?A miore: ielan: choly - inistance of f this carelessniess rt6' .the suffe'rigsib ofothers :could hardly' be cited thini the death ofithe u'iifirtunate youth Rose at the Wyndham .races on Satuiday" l ast. Oh lit w.asi a "pitiful sight and ;enough tolhave iiemade the most, i;idened quail in the: ?'ful pre sence of the fell destroyerias he swooped downýwith such merciless suddenness on tlhe doomied boy.:: I ave seen aInd even. riddenfi a: few ;races :in my': time, but never- before did the danger to:the actors-or the-uitter heatlessness ofthe. specthtors appear so painfully apparent. Intheii;saddling paddock aqd. arournd the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

-News in Brief. The estiinatcd popultioni of th c olony on Mlarch 31st wa, 910o,375. ' 4,775 person arriivel in the colony by sea, and 43o05 departed, during. the month of May. 'M'rs Hampson, an evanielist, has been adl dressing large audiences iii the Melbourne town hall, and doing much apparent good. Rabbits at Camnperdown are now so scarce tlhat the Preserving Company there has stopped operations. The Ministry propose increasing the number of the Cabinet to ten, two being members of the Legslauive Council. Mr. Panton, P.M., has instructed the police to arrest as a?.andoned or neglected children iny found in brothels.. Applications are. invited by the Borough Council for the office of valuer at • a salary., of £60o ]:per annumn. - B;ishop Colenso, who causetd such a stir in the tltculogical worltl tby his notes, on the 'cntateuculi isdead..' A sc'al evening to celehrate the; foitth anniversary of the Rose of Yarraville. lodile, G.U.O.O.F., was held aitthe Church of Eng. land Schoo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

;iS, v wlio" go ·i ? ito he s- i inr- hs' sally hat i jii itiith- r"rfistsenture -a er-oiiiiercd doithei os of:the ;oyige bI land , ':Cne r tcntly;, a hot 'Janiairy day found mic for the rtirt tiine mf-ing a loog separation' from all?:I tiown so fair nrnel, to love anit o(lhddear, as thed North -Eistern train tior nmc Sydicy-wards, el:r i to b.tatA i sive? Victorianis-Lc.ll by the endlearing terii 'ihe iiother:colntiy,.' vid tie Grea;t Western World.. IPrcsuiifing ihit i thise litio6 y iescii m peruse niiymaidenieffortsa c .iluainted :vith the" colony,, and Ne South Wales also,.Ima0y iss them ovier,' atthe feel itig of belicg way from hodme, ad ttie sensa tion of everything iew ands str'lmi?e occupied nme with my inner self, arid ;tinfitted.,me for olbservi-g' ith.e etitr world.'' \'Jhat strancg thoights .rise ;s mil'e aier muile is ptit between us and homne !.The mingled :wonder: at tshe nseclt -ahiidt, thi hialtf dread oflwhf niiiny Ihaln pen in our absiencce, nd the feeling: of- ...

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NEW TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

SE T IME TABLE '?.', .,t ,L'BL .OURNE '."? * .. SYARRA' I LL: ., '' I.!!-* .'l L . '*1 aim " .' n.m.? |,f.m. I 1-' ?»;i. +:s ,',i'-6l;.-.? *"6I? 15" 'I * 5 55-I - 6. : I.' 6 75 59 '35 6 46 -6 '49 -i '!7...*9!i ; g3.'3,, .'7A4S:-: ? " '" 7: 0"7 - 7 04 59, °, 7 . 7 4 30 7 744 . , 9 1 '9 .9 .3 5 ' - . 9 ' 4 ,. 29 -| 9)3i ;'.94 94 .o9 '" '90:?. -914 9: % Ir 9 4| ,d. ?571 ! o0;10o- . .9 ,30 , 9.40 944 I :o j .lgs59. 'o. i * ° . °4 10 ?4 : 144 0-i'm * , I"'i . ; 3 io. 19 1 1;44 A) 09". ' 00!3 l :0;- ' 45 o0 ; .z4, b 5 91230t9 B3 a. m a./i'.= = I 'J? 1.2 - " X 3 4 ,..44i £,,19 2Sn 9 45 0 0 j , 14 -l- f '09 M3 33 f1 3.4-"' 45 - .' . .3- '' - 33 1? ,'4341 KrS '' :T*;1» 'S»E| ' -15 .;{-7 ./34 ::_4; S4 , ' ? -1 ' 4-45 , F ork 05 53 .4L 4 5 44 St5 70: - 2 7»95 -. 6Pos 6, 4 ', 44 15 740 7R44 , : 49 4': .5 4'. ; . 4 9.':4 + 9' 00 I "o1.l:9 .o_.3 It00 i ..45a: f 9.-C'.., 946: 0 + 9' '''"'9049 00?50 . 0'I " a L"'0, 0 4i30 It' '"44 OH ? ,i^^.» ( o' ol S UNn> S(+ " S . 3: ; . ' i . .. . i . . 1 i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

i ?0 ft g'O ONQIAI? ISUTUAL FIRE "IN\SUR ,,.,q .. M NTPaoFir ANNI)xv U1, ITLtTHIOSe INSUSRED; ; Principal ; OfFicE.s ": 1 { lniio, ,., s4,andS6 Collins trcet,+s t;Melbourne, , SfrCaon to bc.obtmneT from . 1.^":, , ., m77 1::,? -ti ;, t ;a 'z? T ,t, e A 'rotscai nWi lliam sto n "i tMUT rIE? IAS.,SURA'NCEI,: ENDOW . ) - i ,: " ' " F I 9:i 4 8?COL:INS LAo K I F" 'i )s i i.'r:; I ;. i ,;on;l o rm'dtionJo, l : ueci llnegs" .Ir . C. ,? ,-e1 , Tt , e-'lHori. Sir rhnnm t' .sh h ;fi ? CD.' .'l I -"*. l iSaintuDae VrennYcrt i. .:. - u .".u.I , tL H S: I iLeoiSamuelIoitke e?IL r ' " ,i,,e,,u..h? tu-o- . A LIFE ,A S I -a. ,stoEn'. - ,, ",, , Ge Withees, MellbuI N e:.V , ,, ;- ?., "--? T" . " . Juqum Mac'tin' F-S S. _ L aLiTE igt, Dio s-eto, - ,_ yt, • rr.'el :I Stile! l'eA?..sa.c tic'-s. I " - ,'i ý:ih" Polidm. ar uuCondttioual, unchallengeatlT e, and " Samu - f de el orf? ,?J',, I'-' - . .. _ . -," j. r; " , r " +.l -'Jtbl e t.'Ii the suerrndct. tuer slue i-sllu, ier I Thri ii pa H.'bn premlun...

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EPITAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

EPITAPHS. In St. Mlary's Chtirchyard, Ware, there is a tombstone so placed that all who pass down the street may read the following inscription: Sacred tq the Memory of John Pavey, who died May Is, 1847, aged 25 years. Death cut me clown in haste, Just in my health and bloom; By accident I fell, W? hich brought me to the tomb. : My i wife anti friend I leave behdind,, SO'erwhelmind With grief and t'irs And here my wounded body lies Till Christ the Lord appears. ' The sitbjcct of these lines. broke his neck by faliing from his horse while intoxicated. -Tihe followinginoy be' seen on a tombstone, in S l , [1! ,1- o jm si'nn L in coln . o the imemnory of Elizibeth : I.ecerby, who : ed Dee. 20th, 182, agCed6. years.,. Forty-four years I was a Wife, And never was a Mother; .. "" Bit 'thirity children I hase nursed, First one and then another:' . That labor oft has me opprest, SBut now IfYs body is at rest . : A Bishlop: of Sodlor and Mian was biiried under the, uncovered ,steeple -.of hi...

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DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN. John Bright. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

'-DIST?NGUIS-IED-'-'S?.ATES.L. - ,Ti,;:, 'PI w;i' '' ? ij. ii c; I tJi I. inyFiamapadih tle.tis'k assigned him of selcchn'tin'f';froi itheril-ofi1Bntifsih name ofhim' ho hasibecn most-trul ind genumnely 'representativeqf the ion rac, the;: name that nto hldl once- present itself', tith ,the :strong est "grand, ,al: the :chracteristic virtues of the Sxon, race ire exhibited1 in the p?st career o:of.. this :great statesmnian. His fieatures,, which. through portraits have become fanmiliar to us all .bear the, unmistakable. stamp of the sturdi ;ness,. tare .independence;, and perse verence' of the Saxon race... His: lan .guage,, his oratory,, his very, tone is redolent .of. tle race..: His appearance is so noble, his presence so..winning, thatt he. has.sbeein described as the handsoniesta is-si n Parliament. ",His figure 'is' liea y 'nd 'inircildy he biarely, reaches middle. height, 'and of late .:ears ;hhaiis become very stout; but his broad, yet lofty forehead, firm,. clear-cut mouth,...

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Presbyterian Church Mutual Improvement Association. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

d§rl~moygan h12rch Mutuna Ima .Association. :-The third meeting of this Association was Shei~lon-Thursday evening last;i Thcr~ was5L very iimnerous attendaince of members; anti -several new names .were added to the. roll -The President; Mi' Hafnni,took the chair, and - _led the nmceting. lie theq introduced. thi a Kettps'for.thie esveitit 2 f'lute were: ds. ndhaw and jlr J, G, Aikmann .who diis. :oussed the question " Shpultl .chaitalipurnisJt.i .ment be abolished?" the former taking- the. "afiirmative, anith.lie ttteri.thte. negative. :lr Bradshaw arguetl'ldi r aboition on the ground of Treligion, expiediency, and right. The com- :iibitd'to tald'life Ior life was repealed by. Christ. Capital punishment wsi also inexped ient as it tended to increase rather that de; S:crese crime. "Further,otly, God` filidr the righti to take awvay lifet-magistrates had' no .?such power. Mr Aikt?an combated these thbree points, laying special emphatsis on the "iethat s hpri. tf0 iaishbinalt of 'cdath...

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BOROUGH STINKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

? ?-, i"? R -O OROUGH G STINKS.., .-?. F: -,TO THE EDITOR. OF TilE INDEPENDENT. *-iaz~l;raiR heretis tlie.iaapeetorof.hiuisances? :,?Thccarcase of a.dead, huore ha.?been .lyng-iii %Ncellf'spaddock, close to the bridge, since last -Siunday week to my knowledl';e. The stench arising from it at that date was awful, so you can just imagine what it is nowq.: A " the fever is very prevalent in different towns at. present, I think such muitters should be attended to promptly. ,Hoping that you will .please.insert this; andi tankinmg you for same, I remain, yours truly, HEALTH. Footscray, 0oth Jfune,i 1883

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TO THE RATEPAYERS OF FOOTSCRAY. (PER FAVOR OF THE EDITOR INDEPENDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

TO THERATEPAYERS. OF .OTSCRAY. :.' (rEIFA O'??VOP THE EDITOR I," NDEPENDENT.) GivENTLEMEN-s You seedobttlessaar tha e'.we shall soon be calldi.ca pop nt lect -icin or ito represent our ieres:t in the. Soith in.rc' For Ithe ast-five years iwe h-e hiad no *permanenti .orks -worth, mentioning. The :'. questioni ; rises'in ouri inilids,:wllias hti ,cen c:ldone 4itli the?mi?co collected P. enOt0 : ansjyer satisfactoily; n l hliilgjet' I -;c:.ldk tonow - which isis.- There is soimething like £ooo .-aer of ates, ndse 50 for.making of back, Slanes cluet te '6icil.' Why is it the: Counitincl-docs.not coimpel the:l'ropt*r~ owners :to pay.upl,? It appears to me those wliho -w't iIpay ' lay lay"lj l'those wh in will not arce E.;ncrr asked to: io so. :What is- the conse W'- qience? Why the. whole ratepaying: com-: i muinityj has to suffer. The interest roi Iliis -X£2,oo at six per cent. would amount to £159 per year'. This has to lc paid b?t'of the rates, 'nt-bro cen~ears the intcrest.wouh! Ibo ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

Corriespondence;.4 ` IVhilst itiviting oomunioooi oiooad Tric di<-cu'oni; n ir":'di quotionus of public iot',roct oruli:ity, lthopiprip toy ithcl nono cotip.'nooý ho!d· thicoid rtsponoihT tor tho opinionso' ioxpooed: t'l77io Aoo ddiddrets of .thc:writer mut be seent-iis i ecl. letter~a itia r gu otee of g rotl faith; bht the editor. will. exercise the rilit of sitikini out in objcictioi oblo;or, pe I eeirseiurgie to :te qtiettion`

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SCIENTIFIC CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

SCIENTIFIC. COFRREOPONDEtCE.:, The following letters have, been handed us. Sfor publication as of general interest:-- ." STo Mr McGrath, Dear Sir,-In answer toI our scientific enquiry hbw it was that at Brighton, WVillianis-: town, and elsewhere wecwere able to grow to: such perfectioi the various classes of the; Brassica family, viz.,cabbages, cauliflowers, and the like, I am pleased to inform you that I. liave .ulte-closelobservations of- ,thlasubject extendiig o'erra nuimler orf yenirs the results of which I now append for your information and that;of.-the general Ipublic. - It is well known that atmospheric air and water contain thegreater part of the plant, food required by that family, hence the watery nature of thq in dividuals. As all yegetables are formed of diversified quantities of the primary elements, oxygep, hydrogen, nitrogen, adl' carbon, it follows as a 'maetter n'i?lin.onstrition that the immense amount of carbohiferous products con :sumed by. our railway engines c...

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WHY DON'T THE MEN PROPOSE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

WHY DON'T THE MIEN PROPOSE,? TO THE EDITOR OF TIE INDEP'ENDIENT. Str,=1 our air correspondlent "ELsie" iro Siounds:the abiove qucstion-'in in very pertinent, manner, aniid thus commands respect from. the " nohler sex.". Attractive;'refined, and sobler minded specimsns of the same we flatter our selves we are, and as sensible arind intelligent "lords of creation" we are not " too bashful," though we must confess we are "too modest.'" We kdow that" inany a flower-is Iin;:&c:, but is it the men's fault? We deny the soft. impeachment, ant in 'defTiied m'iist -idvaince something,to disabuse theminds qf the poetical " Elsie" and man other .flotr ers at ;present laniguishing and blushing:unseen. - We. know full itcll that ibenieth tie' 'jltcidl"smil' that at 'times twitches merrily over the faces ofsome. f~ur idamsels, there hurks ia stormiy seia, which on the first opportunity bursts out, to make the unwary men wno have proposed decidedly. sorry f6r'their: temerity:- The .girls no...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, JUNE 21st. Before His Worship the Mayor (D. Mitchell), W. Mitchell and H. Morris [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

TIIURS)DAY, JUNE 21St. . iefore His Worship the Mayor (D. Mitchedl), W. Mitchell and H. Morris, - Alfred 1laust v. J. Quinton-f2 6s work and labor clone. The plaintiff, a most intelligent Las' ar, said that he had been engaged iby the defendant to lcfect certain repairs on board his craft. He had done as instructed, putting in new ribs, plan'ing, &c., an.l the defendant refused to pay hiont becasise the boat leaked as had as ee.r. In the agreement that was made nothing was sait about stopping the leakage. lie was simply instructed to re:air certain parts of -the beat, which he had done. The"de*fendent attempted to prove that the work had not been done in an efficient manner, inasmuch as the boat leaked \vorse than before ; but the Bench were so satisfied with the clear manner in which the plaintiff had stated his case that they iifddan-order for the'full amount claimced with 2' 6d.costs. :

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Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1883. Before His Worship the Mayor and W. Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

Justico of Pouce Couht. Moxul,., Just. IS. ISS3. Bcfore Hlis Worship the Mayor and W. Mitchell. The Rate Collector obtained a verdict against E. Morris for rates amounting to tI Is 6xl, with 2: txl co ts. The maintenance case of Fleming v. Fleming, which was. postponmed fron the precedung Thursday, was struck out, as there was n appearance of the coa pl in:ant. And okl oain namecd Wolsely applied for assistance from the rloer box.. The Bench made an order for the payment of los.

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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

Presbyterian Church; The first of the course of leciures arranged for by the minister and committee of the above church, was delivered on Tuesday evening last by the Rev. James L. Rentoul, of St. Kilda. Though not crowded, the church was well filled in every part. The Rev. James Gibb took the chair at eight o'clock, and after prayer in troduced the lecturer in a single sentence. As advertised, Mr Rentoul's subject \vas " David Livingstone." The lecture was divided into two parts, the first being read-the last de livered without MIS. For nearly two hoprs Mir Reptopt'kept his large audience in rapt at tention, Humour, and pathos, and thrilling eloqueqee were so blended as to make the lecture a matter of the deepest interest and keenest enjoyment to the listener. The life of Livingstone was sketched rapidly but with clear outline, the salient features of his career being so grasped and handled that at the close the man, David Livingstone-great, true, God fearing, Christ-loving soul as ...

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LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

: LECTURE.P--Rev. J; A. Soper,is advertised to deliver a lecture on' "laom c'Life," on Thuirsdiy evening next, in the" Royal Hall. W. M. Clark, M.L.A., will preside. "WOrK VANTED.-At 'Adelaide. there is: great dlstress amongst the working clases, hundreds' uneployed... -The' erection of ihe Parlianment HIouse will b bgun at once; allihe. materials being local.. Mischief.-The Council has been informed that the gas at the Swamp-road bridge is re peatedly turned of by a milkman nameld.W. Herbert. A letter was ordered to be written to Herbert, asking him for an explanation. TENDiERS.-The tender of Jimles .iradbury was accepted for channelling in the' tiree wards at the rate of four shillings and two - pence, per yard. For sinking trial shafts in.the liver, the tender of Simon Oldham was acceptep. JUVESNiI.E THIIEVF.-A little boy,:.about six years old, was, whilst out transacting some business for his parents, last Thursday after noon, waylaid by two elder boys, who touk all the money th...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 23 June 1883

BOROUG?H 'COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. Sresnt--Thc Mayor. t).; Mitchell), "Crs Cleghorn, WV. MAitchell, Stcphen; Cuming, Burrows, Morris, and Johnson. :,The minutes of the previous nmecting were. read and confirmed. COKtFksrONDENCP. ILtters outward were reaul and confirmed and the following inward received. SFrom HI.. Balirter, Acling Traffic Manager, informing Council that the gate promised by Mr. Anderson to be erected at the local railway station had been in use for some time back, and trusting that police protection at the station, and an alteration of the gates for egress of passengers would put a stop to the annoyance. and] inconvenience complained of, which it was feared was more due to the roughness of passengers than to the want of accommodation. The letter, was received,.several of ihe coun cillorsistating however, tha the crush was as bad as ever. " . From R. F. Roberts, Hopkins-street, Foots cray, appealing against the high rate he was valuel at for a small paddock of tw...

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"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 30 June 1883

A STAL OF-tTIfrE DIGGINGS.Gs; .', .? "'Cit- i,i.I' T /Bit'?C' I V - f , Vegnm ls seodicsaeditipoiiuiiiifc . murdcr hnip?oicc that attoii it on i DEci AY ias W necessary to alliowthc wericit horses to recover sirength, and. to obtain the muich' ;ieededl food.;'.?The, mates took iurn aboutaof lying dlownunait watching that the animals? did not str.ay." tut tthree o'clock the moon : rose, ind a fresh start wl s made, at a slower: speed than bertnic; top prerserc, the poler; of the villiig beasts for a long: journey or a rapid push if it were required; . ' Tlirei liour, broiight" them to a small town ship . beicdi ad creek a bllcksiiiiih's:shop and store co?iined wvith the inevmitiablishanty.were all Iliedvwclliuus anil here the horses had il solid feed wvbileiitlic riders injoyei a hearty breakfa?t bof ti inisr-iitable mutton anid tdam \\hile the horses Tfed, -the .mates strolled quietly" to the 'shiiity, and Jim, in an off-harid miner i-nvitedi the ,:urly-looking bar-keeper to join :t...

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