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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Anugust 17. MESSRs. E EnssIIAxs, EAoLsSTONE AND Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-The number yarded was 170 head, the principal being a draft from the run of the lIon. Neil Black, Mount Hooratt; the station-breds of which ,(as is always the. case) won the admiration <'of all present, and made the highest average eve realised in the Australian colonies, viz., £27'19s 3d. It is gratifying to observe with what uniform favor this brand is regarded, the comimon verdict being that they are the best cattle sold in the colony-and it is a pleasure to us that the owner has determined 'to hold a sale of his pure stoek, which we are sure will tend much to improve the '-breed of all herds in this and other colonies -it being an unquestioned fact that the KB brand cannot be beaten (if equalled) for purity-and number in the world. Our sales to-day were-Oni account of the Hon. Neil Black, 14 NB bu!lbcks, from £24 10s to £30 10s,0 averaging £27 19s 3d; 86 bullocks, stor...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

lMEiBOURNE LIVE .STOCK MARKET: " August 18.> MESSRS RsIC?ARD GnIBSO AND Co.areport : -Fat Cattle-900 head were' entered for the week's 'supply, chiefly frem, Gippsland'; there was a great scarcity of good quality, many of the pens being in little better than store condition. . The attendonce of buy-' ers was up to the usual standard, including a few country purchasers. The market opened at a slight advance on'late prices, and ruled firm throughout the sales. ' The highest prices were again obtained for a mob of bullocks of the favorite FF brand, the' sthtion-breds ruling from £19 to £20 10s, and making an average of £20, .whilst the mob all round realised £17 5s per heal ; the top pen was purchliased by Mr John Brun' dell, of the meat niMarket. FPat Calves Short supply forward, and prices rose fully 10s on prime vealers; the markeel was"'t of the best of the year. -Fat Sheep-1;lOi0 yarded, consisting chiefly of good quality,t with a few prine amongst them.- The whole were taken b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

.. -. q imn ,b'ail li 7s 6d to L'-;ý S" wea is oted at ? i to s 1 rcl: 1 mare1 001 ' G: U S S' 1": A"] IB Ace Am s out of ihis se son 'yshe .s a / vice of irlie .: YoiiiI 1. Ringer is color, sitands 1: hni i..: very hiaitdsond e andi '. Saction, and.from his . and quality, t c-ir"no" iinceineyc, hiuntsi, gsiabr Inead ,T orveli .r:' . continuingg r '.'. -.^ Santicipatc ea? .?a?? ordy "v ? mg . " .Age repsorts :-The movements of them ma - rkets are ,still char.cterised by extremt sluggishness, but a.more hopeful feelng ., beginning to gain ground, enenderedby the' favorable change in; tho weather. The corn t, ( trade is. wit°ou t aimation'the"amount'o orG I (1' busineso psing thoug hands dfording onf TA r\ i , partial em oyment :o the an. of diostri"t e.son as n buto:r engaged h r~ arc r ich chesrt I made in this dir il r i of , ars old, ferred to in glow S,a nd , ect in just to hand'.'-. ,f ?,t u i s5}'le year ilin arr i i A Ced^ arria g e ; ,;J LA C O B S e 9 ,c u'a"ce 1ithou2 T 27,...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. (Before Mr. Rout and Dr. [?] J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COLAC POLICE IL WEDNESD Y, O(rOBE (Before Mr. B. out and Dr. J.I I) W. J. Donshay'was brough chd ged with obtaining chattels under ft etc es, to wit, one horse, saddle, ane he property df Mr. Jolhn IHaies, re. Mr. Hancock appeared for t sed. Immediately the case was call oir. Hancock applied for a remand u , day next, as Dosishay wished to i it nesses for the defence from Ca rln 1 and also that he (Mr. Hancock) ht time to he fully instructed by c. He also applicd that the accred gi the meantime be admnitted to bail. - Senior-constable Hall opposedthmtn j From what Donishay had stated to h, : prgsecution was fully prepared to ad1it, .'rectness of what the Camperdois w jIesses were able to swear. He-hadt co, *siderablo trouble got Mr. Haimes to cirme ?Colac that day, in order to have tin ca licard. The accused had begged him toha theo,-ise brought before the Bench as soon possjlile, and now a remand was asked for If the Bench would allow it, he would pro ceed with the case, and if, af...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

, ; : e. I Scolo very 'boi' and in tlieqhurches. TI'lere een considerable hostile fetl g among the lower-classes, owing to some re.gulations 'requiring dealers to use a new market-place. While mat iers were in this state dpriest, named Palacros, preached a violent selmon against the constituted authorities on i? 0tth ult. That . vening a mob ose, attacked thb\CabiiYo,. and libe ied some 200 persns. They then ceeded to assanlt the small garrisons the Cuartel, and killed Generals inosa and Castro. They cut the fmer to pieces, nnd threw the pieces each other, and split the skull of eral Castro and threowhim over a 1, where he was picked up by his ther, and died in three days.. The idiers and garrison were nearly all *Ag?tassinared, and many prominent istzens killed. After this the fanatic ib set fire to sixteen houses with, osene. Before'he top was entirely troyed it forturiua'ty appened that ~B.M. ship Fantone js at La Union, ere she landed h r Wmarines, who %:ited with some troops fr...

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LOST AERONAUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

LO 'AERONAUTS. (Chicagr 18th July.-The fate. of DOnaldst and his companion, cvo rtiledTaway in Barnum's great air-ship, iasstill undetermined, thugh, as days Opass by, doubt bgins give way to tie 'seeming certa?a 'that both men ibove perished. A aal came to hand this morning from Gisten, Indiana, with the intelligence that on Friday last a balloon was seen floating over that city; but additional advices prove that there were so men in the balloon, which probably as a small hot-air lp sent up by a 14iis in Michigan. order, if possible to pick up some bris of the balloon, a tug has been aising on the lake for twenty-four urs. but returned this evening with t a single fac't: 'llt captain of the rooner Presto, ??ch arrived to-day, ports he saw the body of a man float g in the lake, about fifty miles north st of Grand Haven, and, as that is out where the balloon is supposed to .ave encountered the storm, it is not improbable that the remains are those tone of the mi.nt men. By some ange ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

W'v: are at last to be relieved from the heavy burthen of the overdraft, which has so long and so heavily pressed upon the revenue of this shire. From the report of the proceedings of the special meeting of the Colac Shire, Council, held on Wednesday list, it will be seen that the Council has by one "fell swoop" determined to destroy this monster, which was swallowing up so much of the ratepayers' money for interest. After everything has been provided for, including contracts let at the'last meet ing of the Council, there remains a balance of £5961 6s Sd. The overdraft amounts to £5362 3s 2d, 'and the balance alluded to will pay, off the amount, and leave a net surplus of £599 3s 6d. It has been decided that this course is to.be adopted, with the understandingthat all works are to be suspend6d until after the 30th Septem ber next. Though we are of opinion that it would have been better to have cleared off the overdraft by equal yearly instalments, so that public works need not haveb...

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COLAC POLICE UR[?] WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. [?] J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COLAC POLICE ti. WiA NESDAY, OTOBE i (Before Mr. B. lout and Dr. j. ) 1\. J. Donshaywas brough c'ged with obtaining chattels under f?etees, to wit, one horse, saddle, alu ; he property'f IMr. John Haimes, mre. Mr. Hancock appeared for t sed. Immediately the case was call Mr. Hancock applied for a remand u Pday next, as Donshay wished to , it nesses for the defence from Ca r?n, and also thit he (Mr. Hancock)t' time to be fully instructed by ci . He also applied that the aceneed gl the meantime be admitted to'bail. Senior-constable Hall opposedthodmn | From what Donshay had stated to kmn; prosecution was fully prepared to aidit, rjtrectness of what the Camperdopi w nesses were able to swear. Hehad't "co siderable trouble got Mr. Haimes to cdme "Colac that day, in order to have ti ca lieard. The accusedhadbegged him tohal Jhn<Ve brought before the Bench as soon a possille, and now a remand was asked for I the Bench would allow it, he would pro cced with the case, and if, aft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

v yaoung woman can \ n o while she is twisting u er Sand has her niouth. f ~ is a niystery .not yet sople have peculiar constitu rk Twain once complainled, interval of idleness,` This: btween meals is killing me. r paper. O Psr,Ls.--Week Stomach. seit `ot enumerate one-quarter distress, sypthoms arising from led cdigl all of which might be dispelled these admirable Pills. emove all 5ieasant.taste from the lalatuiency, at constipation. Hall '.' s Pills rouse thttomach, liver, and othelr organ, theby helping diges Sthat healthyJIne which fully en-, it to convert a weeat and drink to crishmeint ormur bodies. Hence Pills are the urest strengtheners 1a est restoratves in nervousness and chronic debility. Holloway's / fallible remdieep for impaired S:ertations, And a multitude )f grceable syirptoms which render e the ies of thousands. Thesea apioYed by all clases.-AnDX. premium, if the stu yearly premium. :Every element and PROFIT is to be and working of thi AGENT-COL, EVERYI AN Geolong P...

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COMMERCIAL. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COMMERCIAL. BALLARPAT WHOIESALE PRODUCE MARKET. April 1. Messrs Ercringhlam, Greenfield & Co. re p ort :-Since the res:umption of business after the Easter lHolidays, business in the Corn 31arket has ibeen tolerably brisk, and-late qiuotations for every descrilption of grain have Iien well maintaincd. The demand for wheat is in excess of arrivals, buyers operating icory cautiously, and for the pre sent cannot be induced to go beyond 4s Gd for average milling lots. Oats in consequence of the large quantities coming forward do not conmmund much attention, the market -is only cleared each day now with difliculty, prices range for feed from 3s (Gd to 3s Sd. se-ed parcels, if thoroughly clean, sell at much higher rates. For prime English bar ley weehave purchasers at very full rates. Cape is in better demand again. For peas the demand is dull. Potatoes sell more freely at slightly increased rates. M'anger hay and sheaves are both scarce, prices for; bloth having hardened. We quot...

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[?] MEETING RE COLAC RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

. b ,8~ifhcatis ncl Tt ;)a..il,to~- --&X I s 11 i ri W at ;)s 7- 6 N ^ i'UETM' B CGOLAC RAILWAY STATION. A PUBLIC meetipg convened bl ad vertisement was held in the Oddfellows' Hll on Tuesday evetninig last for the S purpose of ventilating the matter of the site for the Railway Station in Colac. Mr. Alex. Hamilton having been voted to tle chair, read the advertise ment calling the meeting. He then proceeded to read the motion passed at the meeting. held March 8, 1874, which t recommended that the station should be immediately at the rear of the Na- a tional 'Bank whihl , -," - - r !)< Aessrs. A. Wilson and P. Danaher, and also read out the names of the ommittee appointed at such meeting. is .used considerable discussion, and the Chairman then called upoli Mr. Adam Rea to speak upon the sub ject. Mr. Cooper then stood up in the body of the hall and said that a grent deal of talk had taken place about the Railway Committee appointed some time bck, ani that informati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

ed1-o te or long= v of?, all kind the 3·l.eir ikfin cjureptiL . ,es of the Ij MELBOURNE, N SYDNEY, DENsle te & R;I General ent L' W W. BUTCHIER b' . Patrons for past 1TICE by strict attention to bus good workmanship and : still merit a share of * -cCrTAIN, Horses carefully :i attention paid to dis s Schnapps), IýTAD. : CORDIAL MA1lthe iC CI EMIST,' (Late in the employ olconeist'of .-, CO A ETENED n~~bt a s y ihes duty, monced business asm,. mpounds supply Lemonade, d A.LE 1Erated Waters, Ras AI mint, Lemon Syrup, CbNP and all other Cordials oft APPS at most re.soinable prices iýd a SI S K EN an , gs Ingredients, STOCK and STA' : "' m- L?l... OURN E , ?j.Australia and S STADBLISITID : o., I SYDNY.. . ALLANo MELB T._ others by the".-, he monest CInenin tgae s .Edonto.' t po " 0 · ,M,? entlvuf;er TaESE Organs n o R.-AMF. 0• ANIS EED o *'I- othersby thei"-s'o o.* ." . "' riihness and brilli Cur of a Cu ""Lt'sstiEc- a tictinuch I' a. y "l_"eganci otf dltter. had abeen. recived -T...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

hackney, hunce hoi seas.i - ecesGd, iipe from'lid to l5 . Sheep " ? a? tW: e had a medium quantity for sale o: f ull attendance of buyero. We cleared S all out but two lots, on which reserres were rather high. We consider there is an ad vance of say Gd per skin. Best merino from 5s 8d to 6s 7d, medium 3s Id to 4s 9d, infe rior to proportion. Station skins Gd to 7kd per lb. Hides- We had the usual attend. ance of buyers, hut competition was languid. There was a fall of fully id per lb-w salted 4ld, calf to Gad.

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEELONG L7VE STOCK ?MARKET. MESSR MELAugust 16. FIESSRS C IELLISI, VIhES, & Co. report: Pat Cattle-63 head yarded, a number quite inadequate to the requirements of the trade, consequently prices rose from 30s 40s ? head'on last week's rates. We sold for Ir Alex. Lang, Oudit, 40 good quality medium vweight cattle, at from £11 to £17 7s Gd for 'bullocks; average £14 Os 8d; cows from £9 S2s Gd to £13 2s6d, average £10 li 6d ; and for IrG. Hope, 2 bullocks at £11 7s 6d. Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate supply, ,and prices quite equjl to last week's rates. . e sold fer Mxr C. J. WVhyte, Meltham, 86 good quality light-weighlt wthers and ewes, at 15s and lls respectively ; for Mr. George Hope, 163 good quality small ewes, at 10s Gd; for Mr W. H. Bsullivant, Barwon Park, 350 fair quality wethers; sand for Mir P. M'Intyrc, Shelford, 161 cull ewes at market rates. Fat Calves-No ogood calves yarded. Sales remain at about last week's prices. Fat Lambs--in good demand, and very few coming...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. ?- - tAugusti7. MIESSRS. EvERSIe?-?x, EAGLES'vO?re ? Co. report :--at Cattle.-The number yarded was 170 head, thed princip being a draft from the run of the ion. Neil Blaei Mount eoorat ;" the station-breds of which (as is always the, case) won the admiration Sof ali?present, and made the highest average u eve realised in the Australian colonies, viz., Si£2719s 3d. It is gratifying to observe with what uiniiform favor this brand is regarded, the e'comon verdict being that they are the best cattle sold 'in the colony--arnd it is a pleasure to us that the owner has determined Sto hold a sale of his pure stock, which we nre sune will tend much to improve the .".'breed of all herds in this and other colonies being an unquestioned fact tliat the NB brand cannot be beaten (if equalled) for purity-andnumber in the world. Our sales to-day were-On account of the Hon. Neil Black; 14 NB bullocks, from X24 10s to £30 stores; from -9 lOs to £21 .15s, averaging £12 15s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

i SERIES. 8a60 .;a *|N B R' scustomers for Sheir attention S ' i'?thy Stock of S' al and Flow rS. .uit Trees &e. S -- tll orders over , ;A J :ejP.O. Order or s vith D. Onions, Is per oz. S Raddish, 4d do. D, tCress, 4d do. Mnustard, 4Id do. ' ," ? erouB spinach, Gd do. t ,Oi lirect /Turnips, 4d do. :d hr F eo, S do. aeen, a '/ -Pt, pumpkin, two ' pr packet. a to t' , . 8 ts to 6s per there I Acacin, Ar but WI aperlaive,ande "3ter$ 'ter, and Best wCee ' c Ferican Rose. S! t special attention S'O i fOtway and. im ' rop " ' . "t ) ' INVITED. Shorse, . - : .* _ . ut wvere no, iO rc U G,Ii ASSS uKE E-WELLE; , by"A i'f iA ,omn his late p) • ,tra, :.SHOP next to the ann Dc i,:?.where he,is pre .t o C I-iorders with accu, set hor rachee. l? ag1 BoHEN, nlcer: t RY STABLES,) s_.in t: : t Col :..rge stock of ;lities ': Scott, CONCER ons, Fancy mares, ; bought for g?' o, -titles men 1oo`t ..g°ood, of rna°; sid zT IS "OLAC. )R S~.- .~Iedr .7AU ?- ,. Strickland ps sea ---'jthe Hotel o mal...

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COLAC POLICE [?]URT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER[?]. Before Mr. Rout and Dr. [?] J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COLAC POLICE "ItA TVEDESDAY, OeroE (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. J. s.) WV. J. Donshaywas brough ch; ged with obtaining chattels under f; etc es, to wit, one horse; saddle, and the property of Mr. John Haimes, Are. Mr. Hancock appeared for t sed. Immediately the case was call Mr. Hancock applied for a remand u Ey next, as Donshay wished' to it nesses for the defence ,ofrom Ca n, , and also that he (Mr. Hancock) C s time to be fully instructed by He also applied that the accused pg the meantime be admiitted to'bail. Senior-constable Hall opposed th m From what Donshay had stated to I, , prosecution was .fully prepared to adiit, correctness of what the Camperdopi w\ :nesses were able to swear. He-hadt' ceo sideranle trouble got Mr. Haimes to come\ "Colac that day, in order to have tie ca e ard. The aecused had begged him to ha the case brought before the Bench as soon possible, and now a remiand was askeil \fo If the Bench would allow it, he would pro coed with the case, and if, after h...

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JOHNSTONE v. HAIMES. (THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

) iŽSTOiNE'v. HAlImS. , . EDITOR OF .TIIE IIEALD.) .- uve been lpatiently, awaiting AMr. ; 'l to my complint'itit yonr isslue Sst, but up-to.the present time he 2. ? ;giving ,ine an' oippirtunity, of, myseljf ? t referredt'aWlNb-t r publicly iimn to prove 1le did liot gan.the Sthis colt or rfanid. the money." te'st he hls$ifot complied, and Sisa paragraph in'ynour con .f October 5th, purporting to Io .' denial, also.anotherin the.Ger oOctober lst, giving it a most ': iontradiction, but thesir are only s',tions of fruitEul imaginatiods, and .as much benefit in discharging. -ebt as a chequ& witholit a name, . i might construe tlese two' para-; tra.r: i to a contradiction; but :they. are i othing of the kind, and if Mr.alimeswas - the instigation of cauaing thesdto dppear it, is anything but the action of a gentlemianas : l ie tried to crush me without iving a proper' ; 1 denial. Iflhe was innocent, wrhy did he not adopt the same course 1. did,'.vizby con-;. b. tradicting it.' ...

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COLAC POLICE [?] WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. [?] J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COLA tC POLICE A WIVDESDAY, OreTOBE (Before . r. B. Reot and Dr. J. .) IV. LJ. Doshay-?? S brough chJ' with obtaining chattels under f etc o wit, one horse, saddle, aI I th property 'f dr. Josn H imes, I r Mr. op anecock appeared for t sed. Mlr. Hllcoci "PI | Inmediately thle a all Mr Hancoek applicd for a remn nd nu FIay next, as Donshay wishe| to t nesss for the defce from C an11d also that he (Mr. Hsneock) ht time to be fully instructed by -l He also applicd that the accused g the mceantime be dmittcdo bil. i Scnior-eosnstali Eaull opposed th F,.- 1h, ons11 hnay had stated to ki From whti was a prepareid to "at r o l-s sat the C amperdol Y l lissesscro ale tos-wear. Ho~had If the e 1h wouldallow it, he would evidelncle t to consider -M r. Hancoc s\ op \ "lhear. The tcywerea ectlib to d Ipsstibe, t31(y w1... a oreolud wIeasy t°. fo Nfr. 1.1llco eO 4K " The man a moste? stror? ir .. "ia commpT e equire to he cotvicte ndO omud I'son, hurried aOway infact, beforehe had 011, rured y t...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

BALLABAT LIVE STOCK MARi?ET. March 31. MeSSRS IlEPrnURN AN.sLEONARDreport: CThe stock yJarded were-513 cattle, 33 calves, 12;530 sheep, 651 lambs. Fat Cattle. -About one-third of the above number were stores, leaving a moderate supply, chiefly of good quality with a fair proportion of prime for the trade. There was a fail attendance of buyers, but the market was rather dull, with prices a shade in buyers' favor as conm parcd with last week. Quotations-Best pens bullocks, £10 10s to £14 10s; extra weights sold singly to £16 ; good, £9 to £10 10s ; medium, £6 10s to £i 10s. Cows at proportionate rates. Following are the averages of the principal molbs-Mecssrs J. and P'. .Manifold's 40 bullocks, station-bred, :£11 Os 5d, 4.7 cows, £8 7s 10d; Al. N5'lDoiald 's -16 bullocks, £10 lls Sd ; John Cal\ert's 27 bullocks, station-bred, £10 is 4d, 47 cows, £7'Ss 9d : S. Vanghan's 13 bul loaks, £7, 21 cows, £7s 7 lid. Our sales were-79 head for Mr John Calvert, lrre Swarra, bullocks ftroml £0) 15...

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