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WOOD'S POINT POST OFFICE. TABLE OF DESPATCH AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS BY THE YARRA TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 September 1868

WOOD'S POI NT 1' 11081' OFFICE. 1'AlTLl: UF IIi:SI'ATCit ANDA lti VA L OF .MAILS 11' TIll; YAItlIh A TItACI. Post Town i falt arrive. .Mai l Clo e. bMlt ,r o ......... ' I. h~i,'viltt ........ ot 'Jp.In turd.,eyot'S.ti.m I:. -,ittered I.ttero and newtllpero must bie poted a It ",' Irlor to tile time appolhtted for clostngL the m?tlls. litee is open ulttil ix o'clock every day, Sunday I t" "tli-ewtllt not bIoprned on Sunlday. ut all t ttlers. Ate. St I le, for trntnlaruolion, ty tlls tit h.de?)tche on that day I w :; ' forrwarded If pottd 1 tllll prole'rly Hcnlatvl. i iot',l'y orders can he oit alncd at tll offIce pvaible in V irtr, thIe adactit colonitt. Great Ilrita in aInd trelantd. iI': tney l )Order oflfie will e open be tweelt twe hours of A I.rielt'lnc Box lha been established at Mr Zochtoio'. on tile brldtae. P.rl~le-t.treet; the letters and papers will a?" ,la,,ret front it htifl-an-hotr priortothc I tiit , l,,,., hpl, ] fir hicth,.- smnll etI h lav. ()il l tll e alh'r llt l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 September 1868

I .l dical. Fp EE.A N'S I11 LO RIODYNE. T IIE ORIG INAL CIILti IODTYNE, invented by I2 ICIIARLID FiS EEMAN, phllrnulleutist, is one of the greatest dicoveries of the present age, and is ..a eib the most eminent suedieal men in S0:a tile = td not produc ing the distressing sylllptomlls wlsTl sirsee from the use of opiates. Clusumption, couslihs, cold, influenza, broncllitis, nstnhma, hoopinsg collgh, diarrill(a, dysentery,cholera spasms, cramps, rhlculns:tieni, gout, &c., illnmediately relieved and inl most cases cured. Conclusive evidence of the value of it in cholera, diarrhl?a, and dysentery is afforded by the following from the light hIonorable Earl Russell, who graci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne, Mr It. Freeman, and to the Royal College of Physl clans of London. Extract of a despatchl from Acting-Consul Webb, dated Manilla, September 17th, 1864 : "The remedy most efilcacious in its effeoots (In epidemic cholera) has been found to be Chlorodyne, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 29 September 1868

.te('E..At..: OuM,. Y FL 0 N'R JUNCTION HOTEL, '. \ M I I,:-o N. I IT. .ELS(iN, i',rlip 'irr of t??l, above 0 hoI., Ic'e o I inlain lii Fmrter d and the Il't)ll, El lt bI#e ii pn ri ,rT'.l t r,'I.r aiciimimodatiou eq thl to any iuwi i ',.. r,- . ?. S'5 .tilaa-aun+r ,ir:t orf ltse PFiret Quallllty. ( 001) ST7 . 1L . ING. , hs.t added nue orf Al'--k'4 best IIILLIAIlD TA IBLES-Q-uite New. I~ooLkin- ()illco fur Itobertsoi and Co.'s cOaches J)O IIt'S I1?MPE L I A l, I O ' T E .L, JiTutnieson. J 101M1, proprietor of thell abovn Intel. beIal ti * inform his frlerdls and the p Dblic that hie Is prepared to n.o, r the -BEST At C(iJMiMO)ATI'ON at the LOWEST Meal Is l 1. I'sfx Is 61d. Board by the week 18s. Doardl and resdlence with single bedroom, £1 2s per we c.k. WINES, SIPIIIT l ALES. &oa., Of the Wlkst Quality. TIIURSTON'S.9 tI--LIARDI-TADBmLE S...?.. Free of Charge. GOOD 'rI' lILTI'G r Livery, 6s per night ; 2s per feeod. Next house to the Junction, Iotel. '' T11 lL () I. 1) REEF...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

UNION BANK OUI AUST' AIAA. I.'ABilLITY 1 NJ ILITID PAID UI' CAI'ITAL ... '1,0,00, IUESSI'VIE FUND ... ... ,000. ALEXANDIA AG;ENiCY. GOLD DIOUL;IIT AT .EI.ihUcItN.l; l'IPICI ES (n "rent RateaRd lIneret Alhow.i tt I) ijposits. und u.enera.l lanking Bluaiinln tran.aetld. J. P. BAINJIIl1DGE, Agent. N O T I C E. UNION BANK OF AUSTIRALIA, ALEXANIRIDA. j T II BUSINESS of thii ISANK is now trans ntrted in their New Otilces, Grant-street (oplax'ite the Poot OlIcc.) J. P. BAINBRItDGE, Agent. 19th September, 1868. C O MM E It U I A L 13 A N K Or AUSR'ILALIAS 0 " A U T It A L "I A" ALEXANDRA IBRANGII. This Branich in now Opea TOIL TIII: TRANSACT ION OF GENERAL 11ANKING BUSINESS. GOLD P UItCIlASED At Current Rates. Ii. NOJIMAN BROWNE, July 16th, 1868. LManager. D R. BA I N B R I D G E, SUIIREOLN, ACCOUCIIEUlt. &e:. ORANT STItEET, ALEXANDRA, PU'BLI(C VACCINATOR.. GRlATUITOUS VACCINATION every 'L'uuday, from. 10 to 12 a.m.. Mffedical Referee for the Australian. Alliance As aurance Company....

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

FlNLISlEED ' CRY T 'req.DAY AND FRIDAY MORUSNG. *" 1 -critag ~Vlnclt.Omnsnlu FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 2, 1868, PEnAnPS throughout the entire records. of the working of local government in Victoria there has not been known a more impudent, and unwarrantable attempt to insult, bully, and interfere with the affairs of a corporate body than that which. came to light at the last meeting of the Alexandra. Road, Board One, MI. Tindall Mlcintyro, who it is con fidently affirmed has not a particle of'rateable property in this district, has prepared and presented to lis Excellency the Governor, a petition ill-spelt, stupidly wordied, and most insulting in its language to the gentlemen who hold seats in the Alexandra Road Board,. praying for a dlivision of the district into three sub-divisions, to be called the Thornton, Alexandra, and Merton divisions. This pre cious document bears tho'names of twenty eight persons, including those of two. old women and a few boys. Of these signtatures three we know ...

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ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, 30th September, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

AJEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, 30th 1 optember, 1868. Present: The Chairman (J. Peterkin, Esq.), Messrs Peondlebury, Coster, and Webster. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COIl RESPONDENCE. From A. P. Akehurst, Esq., Returning Officer, acknowledging receipt of letter re ferring to election accounts. From office of Rtoada. and Bridges forwarding plans of Sey mour Road. District and subdivisions. From the Mansfield Shire Council, asking the co operation of the Board in making a main road to join the Upper Murray line of rail way, by way of Benalla. From Mr W. V. Smith, standing counsel for the Boad, in refer once to the legality or otherwise of Mr Cooper's election. From M.rJJ. Cronin, cal ling attention to the state of the road near Thornton, and stating that Mr Knowles was willing to make a bridge over a swamp near the punt for L10;. and also that M"r Jones would build a bridge over Snob's Creek for the sum of L12; A petition was read from ratepayers res...

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GODFREY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

GODFREY'S CREEK.. (FftoM:Oun OWN CounESPONDuNT.)' Having heard, a great deal of Godfrey's, Creek, I started on Tuesday for. the purpose of seeing that renowned place, fully pre-. pared from my knowledge of the road for, any amount of mud, and rain, and in both, respects was fully gratified before Inarrived. at the end of my journey, which I did after about four hours' good.'walking. Owing to: the heavy rain that was flIling very few men were working in. the alluvial that day,. so that I had every facility for ascertaining the state of things so far as inquiries went which in addition to what I saw in the shape. of four different prospects- washed in my presence, fully convinced me that.Godfrey's. it not destined to be a permanent.diggings,. will, at any. rate pay very well for. a.time,. once the fine weather sets in. In a-gully about half a mile from the township, about fifty men are working, and all appear to be doing well. I was told that some of. thema. are making £10 a week, but...

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WOOD'S POINT. 26th September, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

WOOD'S POINT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 26th September, 1868. Wood's Point receives your Tuesday's paper on Friday, and your Friday's paper on the Tuesday following. Can there be nothing done toremedy this ? The people here hungry for news must fast longer than is necessary, because of some blundering somewhere. Would it.possibly be the fault of tie Govern ment? No! I dismiss the idea at once, for I a must believe the M'Culloch Administr'lion perfect ! and nothing wrong can le (lone under it. Whatever may be the cause we Wood's Pointers feel aggrieved, and also glad to see the matter of the postal arrangements taken up so earnestly by the people of Alex. andra. Judging from the large consignments of v merchandise of all descriptions now being p received by our storekeepers, trade is healthy, and no doubt those who have had sufficient faith in the permanency of our mountain reefs to induce them to remain in Wood's Point will be rewarded. I have to chronicle a very melancholy V ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

Public Notices. Shereby give notice that I am applying to tihe President of the Board of Land and Works under the 42nd Section of the Amending Land Act, 1865, for a licence to reside on or occupy 20 acres of land, situated on Shean's Ureek, Euroa. MICHAEL CORBET. Mbr J. Downey, Surveyor. October Ist, 1868. I hereby give notice that I am applying to the President af the Board of Lana and Works under the 42nd section of theAmeuding Land Act, 1865, for a licence to reside on or cultivate 20 acres of land, situated in Shean's Gully, Euroa. CHARLES WALKER. Mr J. Downey, Surveyor. October lest, 1868. I the undersigned hereby give notice that I have applied to the President of the Board of Land and Works under the 42nd section of the Amending Land Act, 1865, for a licence to reside on or cultivate 80 acres of land, being portion of Allotments to, 11, and 12, Parish of Alexandra. I JOHN A. LE CLERC. Mr J. Downey, Surveyor, October 1st,1868. I the undersigned. hereby give notice that I inten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

RIedilcal. FREEMAN'S CIILORODYNE. T HE ORIGINAL CIILORODYNE, invented by IIICIIAID FIIEEIMAN, pharmiaccutist, is one of tle greatest discoveries of tile present age, and is largely used by the most eminent inedical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts ot the globe. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of fever, soothes the system under ex hausting diseases, qnd gives sleep without produc ing the distressing symptoms which arise Irom the use of opiates. Consumption, coughs, cold, influenza, bronchitis, asthma, hooping cough, diarrhora, dysentery, cholera spasms, cramps, rheumiatisin, gout, &c., immediately relieved andn i 'o.st eanie cur"!. , . '" ?onclusive t 'IencU of thll value of It in cholera, diarrhcra, and dysentery is allordcd by the following from the llight Ilonorable Earl Russell, whlo graci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. Mr It. Freeman, and to the itoyal College of Physi cians of London. Extract of ...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

oUaIl. and @(steral vL'sa -43-- We would call the attention of corres. pondents to the absolute necessity" of appending their names and address to all :comt munioations--not:'necessarily for publi cation but simply as a guarantee of goodl faith. We have been compelled to. with hold several communications through this omission. A new roof called the Scandinavian has been discovered about four miles from Alexandra, near Spring Creek. Some very good quartz has been broken into. Gold is discernible in almost every stone. Claims have been taken up both north and south of the prospectors. List of accounts lying for payment at the Revenue and Pay Office, Wood's Point, on the 29th September, not including those in favor of persons residing in the locahlity : D. M4Donald, P. Scott, J. Diller, J. M'Gloro (2), J, M'Cormic C. Mountford (2), II. Gritfiths, L. 1. Freeuan, R. Swan (2), C. II. Duck, J. M'Grath, Mich, HIines, P. M'Lean, J. Taylor, A. M'Night, G. Smith, W. Baxcomb, O'Malley and Fergu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

JUNCTION HOTEL, - . I ". :l-. 'riprieter nof the above S tu!,.. I,,t;.. ;to, i t!; iu? + s 'riends and the IPbli, th :r I" s rt i,ire. t ) oiler accommodatlfo tquolt to alnyl 1ou:.s, ii' I .l tb- r.?e. ' Yiue,. u'udl Npilrl:. of the F?iuest Qusality. GOOI) STABLING. .,-c added one of Alco?'ks beat BILLIARD 'I'A .ItL :S--Quiteo New. Il'.tLittr I l'eIt fr IRohertson and Co.'s Coaches DOTIB'S I .l P 1: It IALr 1t OTEL, Jatrnlicson. Sl)-:l:;, pripri'.tur of tile above Hotel, begs to i9.(tcrm his friund, land the public that he Is pr.paured to lTIr tile BEST' Ak'CCrIMOI)DATION at the LOWEST CHAIRGE. M3k:1 l (1. I Beds is 6d. Board by the week 18a.B Board ard rveidllco with single bedroom, 1 S2t per wsek. WIINES, SPiRITS, ALES. &o., Of the Best Quality. TIIURBTON,'S BILLIA D-TABLE Free of Charge. GOOlD STABILINO r Livoery, 64 per night ; 2s per feed. Next house to the Junction Hotel. THl E OLD REEFERS' HOTEL, WOOD'S POINT' (JOflN FELIX, PROPRIETOR), . .FFOILDS to VI1ITOItS the mos...

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ABOUT THE STREETS. No. VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 2 October 1868

ABOUT THE S'TREETIS.. No. VIII. -4---c There is absolutely nothing to write.about. The " Streets" have been particularly quiet since my.last, and things seem to go on in a steady.jig jog sort of fashion. The most ixciting event of the past week.was the "tea fight" at the Episcopalian Church. The sight which the tables presented. before pro ceedings conm:enced, would have delighted an epicure, and to judge from the beggarly array. of. broken sandwiches and half de malished tarts which. were taken up at the close, tea drinkers were not long in find ing out whatwas good for them. All seemed thoroughly satisfied. with the arrangements, nmd indeed much credit is due to.the laaies who so kindly passed round the " exhilarat jng" beverage. Tea. over,. speechmaking commenced, and as is usual (pr rather. un Usual) on such occasions, they were of that class which an intelligent audience might listen, to. without secretly. wishing the speaker were at the bottom of the Red Sea, or located in som...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 October 1868

71 oicIl. FRIIEMAN'S CIILOROIDYNE. TlTIE OITIGINAI, ('II()IIIOIDYNIE. invented by lilClAID FIIEI;MAN, illparmnrceutist, is one of tlhe greatest discovr rics of the present age, and is largely used by thte ill.ot riinenlt mnedical men in hospiital and private pra(rtice, in nal parts of tile globe. It rlidly relirev: pain fromr whatever cause, allays tile irrita:tior n of liver. soothea tile system under ex hau!sting diseases, andll givs sleep without produrc ing thie distressing synlpterils which arise from the liu? of opiates. ('??uurnption, coughs, cold, inflluenza, bronlllltiie, asthnllit, lholping cough, diatrrhwa:r dysentery,cholera spa-ms, eranmps, rhrculnrr tistn, gout, &c., itnntediately relieved and tit most cases cured. Conclusive evidence of tile value of it in o'rrrrer, dierrhrn.n.i . iStn r ry is n -r_.,l 1,, 0;' f 'O:vi i ur sre ut.igiht sororrurc narll r i-L llIi, aho c reCIt ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorrdyne. Mr It. Freeman, and to tile Royal ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Om[?]." TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 October 1868

PUDLIBIII;I) EIVi:Y TUESD.AY AND I"IIDAY MORNINO " Verltil Bilnclt Onsllla ." TUESDAY, OC'TOI.IElI 0, 1808. 3 oldt ai[d ucaliln;el ~jteus. --4- The public of Alx;atiidra were presented on Saturday night last with one of the most extraordinary exhibitions of public black gurdism ever witnessed, we believe in Victoria. The large room of th, Corner I' otl was placed at the di.epon~,: of one Tindall Mac intyre for the ostensihle purpose of hloldtin a public meeting to considl-r the ?l1:jict of the sub-division of the AI.xaIdrla Jlonal District. Instead, however, of di-cuasing this question, Macintyre pouredl forth for an :lour and a half in the strain of a half drunken maniac, amid the derisive hlootiAg and lauighiter of thoso assembled, and in lillngugo so vile libellous, and obscene as to be utterly unfit. for pub;lic.ltion, the mrost scandalous and groundlltst charge: against our local magis strates, and members end officers of the Road Ioard. It is to be regrttced that the miners, w...

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Commercial Intelligence. ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 October 1868

o1tioitmqqiat natelltUnte. ALEXAND)RA. £ as d: Flour, per ton ... ... ... 25, 0 0 Oats, per bushol ... '. ... 0 7 6 Chaff, per cwt. ... ... ... 0 8 0 Potatoes per ton ... ... .. 10 0 0 Bran, per bushel ... ... 0.. 2 6 Pollard, do ... . 0 3 0 Butter, pttel, per Ib. ... ... O I 0 Do., frehh, ... ... ... OI Bacon, per lb. .. ... ... 0 1 3 Eggs, per doz. ... ... .. 1 Carriage from Melbourne £7 per ton ; from blansfeldt, £2 IO per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 October 1868

IPulblic ~,otices. I hereby give notice that I am p plying to the I resident of the hoard of Land and Works under the 42nd Section of the Amending Land Act, 1865, for a liceoce to reside on or occupy 20 acres of land, situated on Shean's Creek, Eurea. MICHAEL CORBET. Mr J. Downey, Surveyor. October 1st, 1868. I hereby give notice that I ati appl"via" to the President aifthe t,:ard of Lan I and Works under the 42nd section of thceAn.eunling Lctnd Act, 1865, for a licence to reside on or cultiv.te 20 acres of land, situated in Shcan's Gully. iEuroa. CIIAlt.lES WALKIER. Mr J. Downey, Surveyor. October 1st, 1868. I the underei c I herelby give notice that. I , have applied to ti he President of the Board of Landnd atd Workstt under the 42nd section of the Amending Land Act, 186;5, fir a liconco to reside on or cultivate so anres of laIll, being portion of Allotments 10, 11, and 12, Parish of Alexandra. JOIIN A. LE CLERC. DMr J. Downey, Surveyor. September 12th, 1868. I theu undersigned ...

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The Times. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 October 1868

-4-- Rising Sun Roef, Yea.-This claim had a crushiny last week. and from 1 j tons of stone produced a yield of 12 oz 0 dwt of melted gold.' There are about ? tons of equally goon stune on the surface, the above being sent to the mill for trial. The cl rim has been lot on tribute by Messrs O'Dea and Sabolborg. Providence Reef,. Yea.--'Phe rpumping gearing broke down a short'timnu sine,, which retarded mining operations, but. the damage having been repaired work has been restuned. The reef was struck at 200 feet, 00 feet below the former level, the sinking having been prosecuted under cons;derall diffi oulties. The contract was abandoned and Mr Sabelborg put on day labor to complete the work. The stone will go about 12 oz to the ton ; the ldeo is about 10 inches thick. Royal George Reef, originally the Hope, situated on the hill of the range west of Alexandra.---The ground has been opened in several places along the line of reef, which seems to be a continuation of the Homeward Bound ...

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GAFFNEY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 October 1868

GAFF"'NEY'S CREEK. (FPRoM OUR (OtvN CORRESPONDENT.)' The A. 1. and Golden Gate!Company are cleaning up the mine previous to the tributers taking possession. They expert to finish crushing to-morrow, when they will wash up. The lease for the Atlas G. AM. C. is adver tised to be granted. This is a portion of the ground on the Outward Bound line of reef, which has for some time been aban doned. The tributer of the Great Eastern G. M' C. intends starting crushing shortly, the new tramway being now complete. The mill is being put in order. The tributer of the Lauraville G. MI. C. has now broken thrlough in the lower level, and the mill is kept 'constantly at work. The mine looks very well, and from the show of amalgam on the tables, and the coarse gold that is to be seen in the stone a good washing up is expected, which will tak!e place at; the end of the fortnight. iunt's G. MI. C. washed up last Satur day, and obtained 811 oz (i dwt for the fortnight's crushing. A dividend of 17s id pe...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Alexandra Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 October 1868

clnrrrIlnlllbfnr. ( To the Editor of" the Alexandra Times.) Srn,-While consistenly with principle I always wish to see injured character righted, yet, I would that vindication were in accord ance with decorum. how far Mr Macintyre may have transgressed the bounds of pro priety on last Saturday night, it is with his audience to determine-an audience evidently complosed of the lovers of fun-while it is a province nobody will, I trust, deny me as chairman of that meeting of' dissenting from the views so put f'oward by Mr 1lac Intyre. I used my exertions to control his inttemperate pe'ch!s, but observing that the rabble favored hirm I was obliged to listen to him lor it seaeon. I certainly do not believe that Mfr MIacintyre is a loafer, much less an ignor.ant one, yet I do not hesitate to declare that he is highly gifted with vituperative powers. In conclusion I beg to state that I was innocent when taking the chair of what wor:ld have been ventilated, and that I am sorry the observatio...

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