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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

:? & WftiK JOHN JimDUU'e Wj:KBI<V OinCOLAR - , ~n Vrtt Cnttlo—On Thursday not many J<'i yarded, but no improvement reunited.'* <** Vary good boof soiling et lOe to 12e < Tr pcr'lOOllw. " '.i-> <i Fat Sheep wore olso Bdnroe, and for* ' < good SG-lb wethen pricus run from 10? '??' ? (jd to 12s Oil; lighter weights '7e'to'" '?' 9s Oil. - - ' >?'<?' Liimbs hoM on Tljuraday at 6b to , '" 12e (id. < '" ' ' ' m<! Colvea wcru worth lbs to -lOri. --? 'if Pige wero in good repeat at fid ta < " 'J.I for best. * - '"i , f Wool and SlieopHkins—Nothing 'to ' note finco date of nij Inst report, and tliiA being tlio ofj' tvopJc I will omit gir? ing (]uot.?tions until oftcr next snles. . < n Loutliorrcinnined unchanged. Last ' Wudiiehday's taUw rangotl ns follows : Kip, I to 17-, i 1 ; coif 18d to 25d j tWed, 18d to 24d; liarncse, iOd 'to' " W& ; solo, 8,1 to...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Gem" Puzzle on a Horse-car. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

The "Gem" Puzzle on a Horse-car. -Hartford Times'. ? Tan great American brain- in ifs national capacity in juet now concentrator! upon tho 13-16-14 pnzzlo. This '* goni " piizzlo Iβ having a bigger run than Plauchotto had, and is eclipsing Blower Brown's and Weston's run on tho aawdust arena. It'is a puzzlo that tho wisest try, only to retire from the contest bafflod. Abont every body thinks ho has dono it, and yot no ono is ablo to " scoop " in tho ono hundred dollar prizes which aeom to bo lying around looso waiting to ho takon in. To show how the thing is going, we will mention on incident occurring 011 one of tho horso-cars this morning. A passen ger had tho puzzlo in his hands, and tho numbers woro thoroughly mixod up. In about five minutes ho oried out, "Eu reka;!" and ho soeiued to be happy over tho thought of hiscouquoring tho famous problem'."-;"A gontlomau Boated next to him quietly, but with cynical expression) remarked : ''-]? :???'???::? ??'- : '\:-.vn i ':' : -'-? ;i '...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Another Phase of Despotism. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Another Phase of Despotism. " Boheutfiiu" in the Brisbane Week. It is tho fashion of Into yonra to enoor nt and epcnk contomptuouRly of tho ftus- RinnH, us a pooplo with only a thin'veneor of civilioatinn. " Scrnpo n RiiBBun," enitl Bomobody, " and you will find bo is all Tartar, except tho outer cutiolo." But anyway, these despised Hussions scorn to have solved a problem, or aro in a. fa.ir way of solving it, which has baffled tho skill of tho most renowned statesmen iv tho most civilised conutriesnn the face of tho oarth for tho last thousand yearn, if not more. I moan an effectual way of putting an oml to religions dissensions, horesy, and schism. I oupposo it would bo no exaggeration to say that tho punish ment of horony and scliimn has bcon tho cnuoo of inoro wars, bloodshot, and horriblo eufforing in tho world than all other things put togothor. Only turn to —oh ! what I—you would rather I didn't quote' Gibbon ? Very well, I won't; Wull, tlio Ru?Hians havo found out bow to pro...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Trading at Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Sunday Trading at Brisbane, -The Week. . Seventeen ehopkdopors uppoared (it tho City Police Court on Woduoeday, in answer to euminonsBS, ieeued at tho insUnce of tho polico, charging them with keeping their shops open on the Lord's Day, for the purpose of trading, and five of them wero fined 55., together with 3s. 6d. costs of court, whilo ono case was adjourned, ono dismlasod, and the remainder withdrawn. Inspector Lowis intimated to the Bonch that tho practice of Bunday trading was bocoming a common ocourrenco, and Btated that tho present proceedings wore instituted more with a view to caution tho public than anything else, consequently he would not press for auy boavy finds. Some of tho defendants pleaded guilty to tho charges preferrod against but addod that they wore not aworo that soiling goods on a Sunday was an iufringomont of the law. Tho prosecutions, wo may state, wero under tho 2 Vie. No. 2, the tenth clause of which enacts that tho polico magistrate "shall as far as In ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Work Between Tamworth and Uralla. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Railway Work Between Tamworth and Uralla. -Tumieortk Ob.ie.nv.r. Tun voice of tho lncmimtivo is now rintly |wm?Irftlin{? IowiuiIh Iliu Muoiilu ronton, in tho iiMiMCilinte vicinity uf which it ie expectoil to bo liunril inaiiin ut ui{jht weeks. On. the temporary rail*, Meanra. Auuih Bros.' engine baa vi-ohscil tho Peel river, and ia daily making its way through tho eastern'portion of ''Tnm worth. On Wednesday it hnd rem lied a point between Fitgror ami Whito-Rtroetti, wheru alcuporH and raila wero unloaded, ready to bo token on by tho IrnHieH. A fow roinarke on thoprncots of plnto laytug, oh it a|iponiH,lo a mm practical observer, ami may bo seen hy ilitmu who clmoso to go along tho lino timing work hours, mny pruvo interesting to aomo reodore, no wo propose to givulhum. Tho earth-work having huon completed, and lino roughly covered 'with gravel, or " hiillnst," an itia lormo'd, a parly of men armed with kliovolh, inko tip tho front position, nnd level tho grnvol, ready to receive th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bishop of Sydney on Ritualism. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

The Bishop of Sydney on Ritualism. It nppoars thnt this Rov. \V. K. Brodrlbb line boon rofusod ft liconsu to pronch by tho Bishop of Sydney, on ncouunt of liis rltnnlinlic touduucinH, uud that Kovorni of his frienda havo taken tho mutter up, and potitioiiod tho Bishop to appoint him. His Lordship, however, ianotlo buciinght napping, and in his reply rumniks, "You atato riirjitly that I rofuauil tv licuuao Mr.' Brodribb, because of his being a member of tho English Church Union. ? * ? Tlio comprohonsivoneM of the Church of Englaud ia aa dear to mo us to anyuno, but this comprehensiveness must have ita limits, dotinod by the law of tho Church aud by the book of common prayer. The Church Union appnarx to mo not only to havo oxecodod those limits, but to hnvo entered upon a courso of oxtromo lawless ness. Its prominent leaders aro joining in a movement which, iv the language of tho Archbishop of Canterbury, suolcn Mho restoration of the Kuchan'st voatmunt?, -tho lino of incense, and 'li...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Why the Needle Points in a Northerly Direction. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Why the Needle Points in a Northerly Direction. Yours ruBpootfully, " 0. T. Patterson, , > " Suporintonilent U.S. Count Survey. I'ROFKsaoa PAltorsori, Superintendent of Uio Unitod Stntojt Count Survey, writes on follows in nnswor to mi inquiry by a gmiUoman in 111ib city us to tliu ranenn ?why the iicudlo points in a liurthorly direction :— " Dear Sir, —Your nolo of Novombor 25th ia duly received, nmi in iuhwoi , I bog to dtnto that the roaaon why tho noodlu poiiito in n northerly direction is (lint tlio onrtli in itsolf is a mnguot, attracting (ho inagiiolio necdlo, an tho ordinary uiagnota do; and tho earth is a mngiiet ac tho result of cortain coamiunl facts; inncli affected by tho action of thu nun. Those lawn havo periodicities, all of which havo not as yot boon diUorminnd. "Tho inherent andultimate ronmm of tho existence of any fnct in urtturo, no gravity, light, heat, &n., is not known further than that it !h in liarmony with all fao'e? iti n:\Uiro; ovon nn curth&a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Our Death Rate. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Our Death Rate. SaKitAry rotnrna and; bills of mortality (saye the Suburban' Telegraph) ehcnv that at thie Benson o£ tho-yenr, in tho uiotro pdlia, di'KcuHOB mid feveis of the roost malignant character bocotno. epidemic. Typhoid lovbr is our. const ant gueel, nnd arisee.frbm iniperfoct sanitary regulatioii?. Tliia fact ie.painfuHy apparent from tho bad eyetbin .-'.'of'? surface drainsgo in suburban borciughe. Of courso tho mortality in. towns, as compared with tho country, is of a higher rate—something liko 20 to 50 por coht. higher, because of tho overcrowded Rtato of the city and its surroundings. The destruction oMiuman infant lifo assumes somuthing of tho regularity nnd certainty of law, for it.has been proved that nearly one-half of nil tho children dio bofore thoy nttain- thoir fifth yoar. Of nil town born childron, upwards of 200 in 1000 die in infancy. No snnitiiry orrangements could prevont thomortality reaching tbo natural limits of local - disonsee, but experience. '''tin...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Credit System. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

The Credit System. . -St. LcondrtPa Recorder. " Put this down to me, pleaeo," eaye the customer, and another 'entry is mftdo in tho much-used day book, nml another item is put into the ledger to take its chance of being balanced by nn entry ou the other side, or being nmrked off Oβ bad at the end of tho yenr. Every day— ovory hour in the day—this little per fonmuico is enacted again and again, until at Inst business has ceased to bo bwying and paying {or, and hee grown into a voet system of book-koeping. Nearly every buyer hae a running ac count—often it nuver etope —and trados mci) aud buyer? go on HUo tliif, all tho time thinking they are doing business. Originally, all business consisted in an exchange of goods for other goods or for money. It was thought at) unfair for buyers to delay giving the money as it would bo for tho seller not to delivor tho good?. By degrees and from dif ferent causes, the system of giving credit was introduced. Whon a person dealt at the same shop dail...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Yarraman. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Yarraman. [FROM OUR COItUESPONDENT.] The heaviest frost of tho season, is : now being experienced; whole sheots of water are frozen. . ? -.' A narrow escape from serious accident happened to- Mr, anil Mrs. Pengally, of Yarraman Park, as they wore driving from Blackvillo" last! Wednesday. The axle broke near tho well, and all were thrown out to- I getlier. Mr. Pengally, who is a good whip, with great coolness managed to hold the horse while Mrs. Pengally and their' son got clear. Happily, there was no moro damage done than ! tho grazing of Master Pongally's side Dy the brokon axle, and a slight hurt on the arm. Mrs. Pengally fortu nately escaped unhurt. After getting clear of tho buggy, Mr. and Mrs. Pengally wended their way homewards in a conveyance kindly lout by Mr. Done. It was a very namny escape for all from boing seriously injured. If Mr, Peugally had let tlie reins go; for one momont, there would havo been a great smash. .->-?.?'?

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The Liquor Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

The Liquor Traffic. Jk wrjtinpr on this question, ond, tlio Licensing Uill (now a dead luttor), lately introduced by tlio Qovcrnmoiit, tho AriM dah Agetotaaiki :— ? ??'?? Without doubt, tho now Publicans' Licencing 23111 is ono of tho moat extra ordinary moaouros ever introducod into bur Assembly.' It is ne long lie o Cliiuoeo play, to' elnrt with, nnd is about na com plex as n pnzzlo made by tho wily Hea then. It contains eomo excellent pro visions, and so far ovory 000 will bo heartily glad to wolcomo it, for there ia vnst room for improvement in tho modo of conducting what ia nailed tho ' liquor traffic. , "Thoro are two distinctive classes of public-houses in oxistunco in Now South Wales—ono for Iho legitimaio accommodation of tho public, tho othor inoro shanties and drinking dene. To diminish tho number of tho latter, to raise their standard, or to sweep them away altogether where thoy aro obviously a positive injury to aocioly, would bnvo been a highly proper arid laudable cou...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Impoundings. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Iinpoundings. (From the Government Gazelle.) W. Cox. . Impnunflcd at Brfttixton, on tho 20th day of Juno, 1880, from Anvil Crook Eethto, by Andre w'Grimua ; delay through bonding notice to eupuosod owner ; emu duo nt.dato of notice, 12n. 3d. each:— White steer, liko W near rump, circle off Hub, othor brands not visible ; white oow, near horn down, circle near ribs, liko D near rump, othor brands not visible. If liot'rolenscd, will be sold at this pound at noon on the 16th July, 1880.

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A Feat of Memory. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

A Feat of Momory. A coititEsroNDENT in Atnorica Avritos to Nature (is follows:— ? " *'? The following font of momory eoeins to bo worthy of record.in your pagoe. It is new to tlio writer, though by npnioane uncommon ovur hero. Liko tlio country it?clf, many institutions in tho-United Status mv to sizo in a way apt to uuloui?h tho dweller's in our " tight littlo inland.' Soil ie with hotels. Thus,- atHorao of them many lmndrode of pereous are Biiiniltaueously dining in ono room. At tin; ontranco tlio hnle, &c, of tho guests arc (Icpouitod with n perxon in altundaiico to rocoivu them. Ho <1og? not chock or arrange them iv any particular ordur, and he invariably ruutorce Ihuni, each to tho right owner, as thi>y omorijo from tho dining-room. Tho difficulty of tho fuat naturally dopendu on tho number of liatH iv chargo at tho uaino time. Tho innnt romarkablu ca?n wliioh has como under tho notico, of th'> writor is nt Ilio fifth Avcuno Hotel, Now Yorl;. Tharo tho ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Unexpected Windfall. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

An Unexpected "Windfall Warwick Argus. '? It may bo nlrondy known to ft fow por eone iu Warwick tliot a Mr. Wliito, son of Mr. J. C. Wliito, of Toowoombn, ie netivcly pursuing liio olaini to property in Melbourne worth o quarter of n million of inonoy. The proporty was left to Mr. While, it appears by hie granrimothor, and all that ie at present known to tho outside world of tho merits of tho claim is that tho main points advanced in Mr. Whito'e favour have received tho favour able consideration of one of tho Victorian judgo?, who has ordoroil that tho case shall bo heard before a jury. Tho trial is fixed for August next, and ominc-nt counsel havo been engaged on the side of tho claimant. But tho people t>£ Warwick will fool additional interest in the enso from tho fact that a second claimant has suddenly rovealed hiinsalf and seeks on equitable grounds to go halvos with Mr. While. It must he reinombered that tho surviving wifo of tho present claimant's brother is married to Mr. ...

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Murrurundi Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY 6TH, 1880. (Before Messrs. G. R.Evans and T. B. Boyce J.P.'s.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

I Murrurundi Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY Gtit, 1880. (Beforo Messrs. G. E. Evans and T. B. Bovce, J.P.'s.) OBSCENE LANOUAGB. Henri/ O'lh-ien was charged,'on summons, with using obsceuo laugungo towards constable Spalding, at Hay "O'lton, 6u tliG 27th ultimo. Men, not guilty. Constfiblo SpaUling applied for tho awe to be postponed for a week, as ?? principal witness was away. Wioeaso waa thereupon adjourned inlil next Tuesday. ? *. E. lIMITON V.-M. DUOAN. Complaint for assault. *o appcaranco of Uao parties. I- taso struck out. I -. — ? .? : ? I T M,M Sai.der, n physician of I "'Melburp, dio.l recently fr.,in the eiftcta 1 ?' "wijlnwiiif? a Rliirt bniton. How often I ,j? v ? we w ??'e<l bachelors, of the dangera It,! lt" Br,Be frnm trifling with thceo ""cheroH? anil explosive nrticlee Mnr aJ,*i }' " ,0 0,11 - w ealety-volve againut fl e?li fruin buttons ..

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Murrurundi Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, JULY 6TH, 1880. ' (Before Mr. G. E. Evans, J.P.) C. GORDON V. T. ORUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, JULY Cxh, 1880. ' /Before Mr. 6. E. Evans, J.P.) V O. OOBDON V. T. ORUTCHEB. Clftim S3 5b. lid. for goods sold and delivered. . No appearanco of defendant. Verdict for amount claimed, and 5s. costs. (Mora Messrs. G. E. Evanh and T. 1 B. Boyoe, J.P.'s.) W . 11. BOWABTU V. H. HOLCOMBE. Claim £10 for damage done by tres pass of fioino of defendant's pigs. Mr. J- P- Abbott appeared for the ?" Plaintiff deposed to the defendnnt's trespassing on bis garden land, wi destroying over a quarter of au acre of potatoes, and some cabbages, it worth a great doal more than £10.. Peter Noland and Mrs. Rowarth corroborated the evidence of plaintiff about the damago done, and to the pigs being defendant's. lira. Elizabeth Ivcegan doposed to geeiug'defendant'e pigs straying about, but had never seen them in Bowarth's garden. Sbe bad not seen any, other Mirj" running about —except a crippled one of her own, a white boar. This was plaintiffs case. .'.'?..? JTorthe dofence, Ge...

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Quirindi. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] "PIGEONS ARE IN." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

Quirindi. [from-our correspondent.] .'.;':" riOKON8 ARK IN," In our school days, when oblivious to everything but the cricket bat, tho fishing rod (and tbo birch too), and other boyish garaos, how often has tho familiar cry of " tops aro in—xnarbloa arc out," resouuded in our cars when ever we could escape from the terrors' of " Alma Mater." But though we have grown out of our school-boy games, we must have our recreation and amusements, and this is the time we might in imitation of our school boy warnings cry, "Pigeons are in." In cities, country towns, and obscure villages, the reigning amusement is pigeon shooting, aud as in some instances largo prizes tempt shooters, it is no wonder that a good many have an eye to the profitable, as , well as a mind to the sporting part of the busi ness. To follow the Gunnedah match, I learn that our sporting friend, Mr. Hogan, of Wallabadah, is making preparations for a match, the prizes for which will bo sufficient to tempt a largo number of "...

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Blackville Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30TH,1880. (Before Messrs. J.Wood and F.W. Darby, J.P.'s) DORSE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

. Blaokville Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30th, 1880.. (Befovo Messrs.. J. Woon mid F. \V. Dabby, J.P.'b.) horse-stealino. Thomas Donnelly (alias Wombat Tom), was summoned by senior-constablo Caloy, to auuwer acliargo of stealing a 'brown m'aro, from one Jas. Jucliau, jniir. / After hearing the evidence, which showed that Jucbau lent the.' mitre .to. Donnelly.; Donnelly exchauged her to' one John Nash ; Nash swopped the mare to Charles Delve;. Juohnu then summoned Delve k> the Merriwa Court, and the Bench of Magistrates there decided in favor of Juchau, who took possession of the! more; DeJvo then summoned John Nash for tho. value of tho more, which he obtained a verdict for. . ? Senior-Constable Calov thought it was time for Mm to: step upon the Boehe., arid bring the principal actors together— have the matter sifted to the bottom. . . '..'?. ' After hoaring. the evidence, the Magistrates decided on discharging the prisoner, as it went to'eliqw that the charge was one of larcen...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Another Outbreak of Bushranging. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

———??????I Another Outbreak of Bush , - ranging. 'Melbourne, Monday. Telegraph, ' ".. . '. , ' IuroEMATioii has just been roceivcd of another ootbreak of bnshranging at Edonfaopo, a smalt township 20 miles from Harrow, not far from the South Au&trelian border; vAt present the par ticulars aro meagre. ;It appears that ,Mr. J!?.' Hoarne, Justice,x>f,the Peace, {when returning from church in a'buggy Srith hie family, was stuck up by a body of armed bushrangers. Mr. Hcarne not having "any money, on him, was com pelled, to givo a cheque for £500, the intention being ovidontly to keep the ? parly prisoners until 'the men could got the cheque caelibd. This morning one of tio party managed to cscapo, and gave infcrmatioii'to .'tbo police, \?ho shortly'appeared on the scene. Tho busbrangere,on sooing tho police, threat-, oned to shoot Hearn if they advanced. Aβ they appeared determined to carry but their threat, the police stopped. The bushrangers then retreated to a hut, wherotbe...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 July 1880

THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKEl'ERS. London, July 8. Tho match between tbe Australian pleven nud eighteen of Broughton, which was to hare commenced to-day, bocfl j noatpoatel till to-morrow, in cdue'oquenbrf' of the inclemency of (jho nc?thgr, n : V'H: -- :: /?' ?".;;? "'r ?;.';. i 'v':'Jiqlj ?A ~ ?4ho match between the Anetralian Eleven"-and 1?; of postponed yesterday owing to.continuous rain, was \c6mmonced to-day. The Anstralians, in their first; innings, were all out for 107. .The fHome '?team- followed,; and when tiJio was. callod 8 wickets had fallen for CO.. The gronrid wae henyy, and ; 'run-getting Tendered difficult; in conscquonce. "' ' v! ??'???'.??''? ' " ?? ? J ; ,'-, .:'.: \:i,:; : "';';- r>; -?The Brbugnton for 106. runs.- The.Australians in their second inmnge nreallout for 9B. The eighteen then,followed,; ;and lost 11 wickets for :;sl^'rtiju > '';when. ; iU^ ; pl?7": I cloeed.:''.'.Tho matetiTis .thus a arew,' with Broughton 'β-wibtets to fall for 49 to make to win/

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