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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

TETElEGtAIIAII INTELLIGENCE. (FROSs TIIE. nERALD AND EMPlRe.)' -4------ TIELI3OURNE. Wcdncsday, 7.30 p.m. Tuc? Legislative Council are in.committce oni the Educationi Bill, cnd h:are agreed to a clause Setting I Saturdays aside for religions instruction. I Papers were laid upon tle table of the Assembly, relating to the posotal service. Til VictohiauGov crnment have agrcol temporarily to be inswserblo for the entire moiety of tile Peninsular and Oiental Company's subsidy. The Custonso rcsolntions which were to havobcen moved by nMr. Pike, do not affect-the tariff. The Nicholson gold-fields are being abandoned. A party of Blallaarat dlggcrs have returned .after a month's proapcctiig witl? a report that, gold. does niot ecist in paying quhntitics. Flour firnm. arlcto dull. Tlursiii~y, 7 p+n. Tho Assembly were engaged.: oh the Esfimbates last night. The Sno..y Rirer diggings are cxiting thae .chief attention of the mining p.opuhiitioni. At thli sale ofa new crop of rice, s:lh?b?. Onotl...

Publication Title: Examiner
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CASTE AND CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

CASTN AND CIOIOOST. tlo not nottooned torntt thoonbrotbron" j - nohi1 thlou dorto odwrcory ntrnopr Froo the TotPmtro pototy otrooti · - it·-·oord otthl toti, wirlt mto~lt hootghbl Wttot ceouldost thou opour our Lrd' "AtutI noot,ohmoo, thyttrothert" Opohne thoe otrogrr puttoottly; · 'Atttttlntnkt m r~,otoomn,ttootIIoIRto ottl nor, dreotto it noti to me "St tike titer, hrnr joy, koroor rown f, ltho ittor, hooo lop~ro uolt tootn6lg For hrynnd thto erortky uplhoro. Th~ou ort honppy--I omt sorroanto fklounert rttl,ot loo1Inl poor; r· --In tho none of our oone FRh'ohr, · Dno ot opurn mofrooo your door. ThPlus the drtrbooo spoke tmptlrorig, Stut ouch rttttd, nod noon, nod Kovono I'rkstond Luotto, pursed ktm hy. ·~, S -I: pttrrd of moo, dooptoed, rtjeetodl · ..:.;L.Spurned front schloot, ondl ohorot, l ood l? h ott, S',dtrtrnodfrnu hooltoren nod fetoopoonaure, ;.., hoJ d ho stood upuort from ott. 'T~l. hehn ~sw foono ott gtortonn, ·: I .i S~~ pottorn no thu duxlnottogt ttt Au ho poued soon ...

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HOBART TOWN. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

* HOBART- TOWN : .. At thie idlrand .Quartz ,Crushing.: Company.l (Fingal) the result of wasbing and tamaulsanu;ign 120 tolls quartz was ten on0ices.' A large :firs" broke omnt,, at; Ncwtbown; .'r. Blackwcll's house was comipet~cty destroyed.., A meoting of-thie Southoin Quarto Crnshing Company hai been held, and thu report, which was" huighly, satisfactory, was adopted' unanimously.

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

.~·;i [ IR~· 5 t.i. 625. I·· TU-E. EXAMTINER:. EVERYT WEDESEDAY AND SATURDAY,~. ~Ilhldmw2I orRleaitn1tI, Ill~ b2 S~n22t the· OIIe~ (Iin a~l~ieg) Iebw~uIlo theu dey pl to 0ub6lenltIt. eethte, toiL~nr eeengserneoteeggestfotth. St eesttie ttnttrlt~kt to return rdeebe~ ootlnuoiocsttlou ~II'EDSDA F, FEOR UA I? F 9, 1800O.

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DAPTO. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

• DKP'.O. • ..• I regret to soy lr. Editor, tlht Ieannmot, hlelp eons, deriig Iiynoelf Onh extreosoly ill-used individual*:, and I'II tell o0 o?'h. Iin imy snxiety to foiiidshsoiur;readero wIitl ishotlhotio iotellgeaco from this e.ol?ranitiselyn.o quoestred locality, t had r'opared a legtlhy commumlo - cation, • WhVlereln fyo!si o n rust daisro tso clsneis, . Oi moving aeehhtin~s iyjlood asnndflhl: " Of hair-beradth 'stapes I' thie immninent deadly hre~b ch.)i msde o b tie swollen woters in many parts bf their scud long prsgresn; together with other tolics of nitorest "too nnsissorois to imention." leing lIreosed for tine [' entrusted my prosduction to a neiglhbour swho irns hsoinl for the Post Olliee, nid wsited contentedly for tihs or ris:al of yoiir palser. 'fIho .zoanisser come, but to my disappoisltueint aind chagrin, no articlo coulsi I find f'oin your Daitl o Correspoandsent, thogh tile other portions of our listiret wero shnsly reisresentrd. [ thought "'trsa strisuag?'o1tias...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

SThe Kia,a Ezarniner in published every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY MOBRNING, and despatched immediately, either by mail or courier, to all p?rts :of New Sooth Wa les and the sister eolonien, to :London, Liverpool and Glasgow, Great Britain; nod,, as: the ssuo is very considerable, it affords great alncilityfor every hind of advertisement, T-tto: . Tar.:s.d: Advertioing.-Fonr lines, and under.. .. 2 0 , Six.?... .... ... .... Eigh ...................... 0 Every additional line......0.: .o: 4 Sunlocription-Per quarter in advance :..8o..• 6 At tho end-of the quarter....; 9 0 Single cjpies, each ...........0 6 The quarters end on the last day of Jine, Soptemlber December, and March, icspeotively. KiconA:-eoeda pubflished by the preoprietb,W.iYtLt.ia IOvIoaS of Kioma,. at the Loalic lonoraL Peintlng.ofio, Shoalbsven-ntcet, Kisame, afloenaid, Welnceday, Feb. 29, 1800.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

OuL? subscribers will of course obsorve, and perlhas with surprise, since no publia notice had been given of our intention,, that our present issue is enlarged to nearly the size of the other 'two papers existing in the, distrist, one of which S-- ".. , .... o?.cual s. :It_.xclusive circula tion in these parts; walne-tlle.t ........ t lishod in avowed opposition, not to say hostility, to its close.corspeer, oth tlheseo journals have tile advantage of. being palkishd in .tho "capital" of tile goodly district of i-lawarra; and it was (not perhaps without some appear ance of justice) regarded by many as a remarkable piece of tetnerity, that any man should thill? cif attempting to establi.h even a weekly newsoaper in a settlement ss little capable apparently of furnishing-tan adequate number of subscribers, or readers. A variety of unfortonate circumstances did indeed for some time during ito eal:lier dsgs furnish sufficient reason for even the most sanguine friends of.a Iocal piussto r...

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MACQUARIE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

MifACQUAIU lL RnVER. I wnas illtntding to say a word or two withl reference to the elfects thue lute ruins h ave nd upon eurr farms-ohd. comlmerce down here h; ut wheun I rend about the cnlemnn: ties tailt Ilavo befollelh the poor Shoalllnvese peoplle, I shlall not mentionanythin g shout it. Little losbss mny be worth meurtiooillg whlen only little lossen are oeclrrin?lg asround us; but shen a grent-a urusllt loss tokes plac att thue snno time, little ohles sitlk illtu ilsigllili caulcO, dr are like ssnlal flin swallowedl up by t10hurge ones. Whatever losses Ilne occllrred, tile people rn netting tllelltselves ahout .leplirilsg thel1 as soon ms pns sible. Whlat is more remarkalle, snd more gratifyiog too, beenus o it illdic tes a e oulsihe hrl dll e a ollou nt of lubli e slirih tlcalsellele of whvicl is felt so keeluy, alld delloreld no strotlgi , l l 1 s IIhi tills cou nltry-is tile e tht it efore tihe peolll?s hre Ilase repaired ihe dlanges do100 to thleir" o01n prrouerties, ther ...

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"NINE TAILORS MAKE A MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

" NINr TACLORS MAKE A JIAN.2'-his sen tence, which had its origin in tile grateful mind' of one who had received his start in life from the charity of tile craft, has now, from an igno rance of the circumstance, entirely lost its meaning. The term had its origin ill the follow ing manner :-ln 1742, an orphan beggar-boy, applied for ahlns at a fashionable tailor's shop in London, in wlNicls nine journeymen were em ploycd. His interesting appearance opened tle hearts of tile benevolent tailors, who immnsedliately contributed nine shillings for tile relief of the little stranger. With this capital our little hlero purchased, fruit, which lie retailed at a prolit. From this beginning ihe rose to great wealtli and distinction, asud when ihe set up Ihis carriage, hd had painted on the pannel, " Nine tailoss madle me a man."--Bosfor Yankee MIiscellany'. Tat END Or A Pssze-Flsonxrst.-Tlso fol lowing account is from an cyewitness of tlo last round fought between Lilly and M'Coy, in which the...

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FLOOD RELIEF MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

I:. Polnsr to ennOuticeinent a ptblie imeeting was held on last Moniday in the l·csblytsnran Church, lKialnna, to adopt measures to'allcviate the suffering occasioned by the late floods.'i The attendance, we regret to~soy, was not Cull, and it was marked by, the total absence of lth fair ecx. On the motion of MIr. CoIl-A.?Xr , who made a few feelidg rct?ni'ks on the business of the meeting, his worship the Mayor was called to preside. The Ciat?tslxi, in olteningtlhe meeting, observed tlhat ho ,was talken rather .by surprise on beinga called upon to!preside, as ho was under the inpres sidni that at-the.preliminary meeting held last Tuesdnr'it ivss resolved to call to rthe choir a gsa tlemnla whoso. necals would otable him to head a subscriptios list with a goodly subscription. lie regretted that afither chairman hod not been found. He thought the meeting a most inportant one. They had comne together not only t'o sympathiso with those WhlosufTered firom the elfeets of the late flootld...

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ULLADULLA. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

ULLADU LLA: ·I:· "?, , - . I , : , ".: .,;"l .?Fohrii ry 23;, A puhlc meeting was held at the Tnivellers' Home inu, ou laou Tuesdayt ic s r the pnur?ose of ruii?irs'ouh ..criptions for tile relief of the destitut'e of Sliholhoven tluionlh the'lnto disustrous floods.' Mr.' James" Watndno; J.P., ouas voted to the choir. :': ." Tile Chairmnn commnueoced the bnsiness of tine meeting by readnin.e notice alld, is peeCh'o eousideroblo eloquence, endeavoroed to impress uopoi tile eneuting bow it woo their dilty to assist tlheir fellow beigso is distress, ns tile Ahlni, hty lhd beeii pleosed to sparo them froit uabriig a sionilnr linto tliemselvcs. Mlr. Aindre nI M'LeCa rose said sold thlit it fell to his lot to flov- tile trot iresolltioni, nod it wis with the greatest of pleasure that h? hlid undertaken tile tosk. Ho dwelt oug nodl eloqueeith' oii tine snfferiiigs of many ut Shioal hlases--cases thiunt o kooew were not exaggerated, for Ili hlad heeii ot SlOiellhiaVens oince tilu oed uiid h...

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MR. BRIGHT ON TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

.Rtl. .BRIT O TIXOTION. (aoan TnIt nI.55I&OUASO JOUaSAL.) Tue following letter has been addressed to an association of small house-owners in Birming hanm :- h "Rochdale, October, 1859. "Sir,--I have to thank you for sending me the pamphlet on the Income--ax. You ask my opinion of that tax; I havo often expressed it in publia, both in the House of Commons and out of it, and it seems scarcely necessary for mo to state it again. "I may, however, say that I agree with almost every word said against it in your pamphlet; and tihe longer I know the tax, and the more i examine it, the morei think it hate ful and intolerable. Up to this point we are agreed, but here you leave me in the dark. As one of your representativcs, you expect me .to do something, and you wish ile to promise that T will oppose, at all risks, any re-enactment of thie Income-tax lIans. " Nowc let me sak you how it is that with a pqpulation greatly increased, and with wealth greatly increased, even beyond the inc...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FOX GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

DISTRICT INTELLIGEW CE. .: ( FRO, Mo OUR CORREBPONDRTO.) FOX GRO.tND.*: i'r in really hecrtrending to read theo variouo relorts of f destueto n by the lute iloods. Litthl' did I thilnk, wben weitlnge my lIot ce~moolication , tlot'tho inhabitunts of" Shon?hvoce snd tho surrounding neighborhood wero sloted us'souch a oldamotous flood-u great number losialog their olaadd thrown upon tho hospitalit?" of charitable wersonos to keep them from otarvatioln. ne hove thought It bad ,nou,,h wcading through water op to our knees, ald in somecases up to our waists, in keeping out of. reoch of the raging ecurent; but swhat wos our situation to that of the people bf Shoalhavco ! The weather is keeping showery, shich, is making every plae very slopspy, and our ronds from terrible to hearlvh:inpaosaldo. Only that thu horses arc swell ued" to ball roads, en would not he hble to trav'rsd them at nll Thu bridgo washe awnay hy the heavy rains on this silo of Mr. Mslntyr'e's w(a5 soulslpot all to rights ...

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SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

A* SIOALIJAVEN. h'public meotlet.~won held at the Nonr iontel on Tharoday, 23rd hobrunry, at 2 o'clock p.m. James Grahbinm, lsq., ?a'yr of Shonlbavon, in the chalr. Mr. Thomns foydl wns requested to oct as Secretory. The odrertoezncot convening" tih meeting nos read os follows:o-"Ton conscquenc of tie pressing enmergeov, y cnused by tho flood, I hreby conveno a public meeting to bo held at Nowra Hotel ou Thlarsry, the 23rd inst., at 2 o'clock p.m., to dovise olan practical ,oeans for moro thou temporary roliof Ibr tho sfllobrrs,.and of obtaining l a statistical return and roport of tho extct and notoro of the damange done. James Graham, Mayeri ef Shoal haven." Movod hy Mr. Jolts Campbell, and seconded by Mr, Hughl M''tinnen, and reeolved snavilmeuely- That the Meyor be rettmestod te onatmeotente with tt~s lite. thoe Celenata Secrtanry to appetat ass or saoer eooapotsst peresso to go theocebh tho dietetet sadl sasho a stattittuatl eatees and rs tort or the nature sad cateat or the dn...

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ON MAKING CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

ON MAKIN'Gt CISESE. (FROM TOE OARDRNER'S CORONICLE.) ONE'of :the most interesting papers in the cur rent number of the Highland Society's Trans action, contains a report by Mr. Fulton, of Tem ple Maryhill, near Glasgow, on the best mode of making Dunlop and Cheddar cheese. It ap pears that notwithstanding Dunlop cheese is, according to the analyses hitherto publishcd, one of tile richest descriptions nmanufactured, it sells for less per ton than many other sorts. In 1858, while the farmers' price for Dunlop was only £48 to £50 per ton, that obtained for Cheddar by MIr. Harding (of MIarkbury, near Bristol) at the same time was nearly £80 per ton. In additioln to this direct commercial ad vantage, the article thus bringing in so much larger a return is made with less labor and with less waste, and whne made it is a more nour islhing and digestible food. It is plain that the Htighland Society were right in seeking for a report on the differences of result. For it is clearly ascertained...

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SHELLHARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

SIIELLtUARIORl. The ?Iunicipal Council met on Tuesday, the 21at instant. "Present-The Chairman, Couueillors 3PGill, RUssell, Mffartin, Collins, end Wilson. Min'utes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Received from the Town Clerk, Sydney, a legal form of distress Warrant for service uson defaoulti? ratepanvers, aridr by the unanimous resolve of the Council, the Chair mon was requested at once to issue wearrants to be served on all parties not having yet paid their rates. .Roger Mlurphy, the partner of tbu unfortuonte IIugh Iloyle, ans is attendanco, for the purpose of having his agreement for stumping the roads cancelled. His iplea wa, that when he rogued tih ugreement he was ini ex pectgtion of the aid of the partner of wlhicl lie hod beeIn beeus depirived by the late fatality. On the motion of Couneillor Collins, it seas carried thatthbe'agreement made botwveen the Council und Roger ?furibhy be canlcelled. 'Tho'Council Clerk seas directed to call for fresh ten ders for the abo...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF SYDNEY. (ABRIDGED FROM THE HERALD AND EMPIRE.) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

..'??: SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.NO ",: PORT OF SYDNEY. * (ABRIDGED FBOM TIHE HERIAI.D AND EMPIRllC,) * gnvouocoo5.--llenro and a Ocar, Iamlhurglh bkreueo. 9 ton0. Captaln Kter, from Shanghel 27th )roe ber. Caro--"C3l0 olbests 2345 hbalfchests 509 quatcr-helos t tea, Grllkhs, Fcu SIKlmnn, Co. Thomas II. Ferkilns, Aelcrleau rbip. si6 t,,c. Captenl StenmS from Nae Tort 3rd S.oeomber. Ccr,.--S udehs. "ebruary 26.--Casenl. 11.I.91.S. 6 guns. COptacn DIJemuc, from Toulon 61h October, cod Cape of looed Iloje "nd Jon nary. Febrory 24.--Strthnlllia. chip, lp1 tonc, ('opl:ln Willinmc sen, frLondrn. I'nca cCger,--MeeerJ. IIleblheo,, I'tgett, (4), Ii. Iuokoly, Sloper, Eertly, illlhabhr, 7lbfehua. J. Jcced, Slre E. Pigttt, Ken 0. Ilgott oced rhl, 311cc Iti, ocd 0 In1 the steeroge. Corgo--10097 hrlce wool, 1458 Iides, 9c casks o serm oil, 089 e4,ke ooeo..ut oil, 08 logs geum, tO p'ckhageo Stlccts metal, " pnokomr copper. 1 cansk I case 1i:ec, 3 cals tortcismehcll, 13.017 spokes, 3416 troennlle. Febr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

ILLAtARRA STEAMr NAVIGATION COlt PANV.--Pbo tecont disasters at Shoalbaven tendering it necessary to alter the Steamboat ar rangoments between Sydney and that district, the puiaIc is reepectibliy Informed that the Steamers of {hisCompany .will, tilitl furtther notice, ply as follows : * BETWEI? SYDNEY AND SHOALHAVEN. From SYDNI? tety Tocaday and Firday night, atll o'clockl From GREENIIt'LL POINT every M~onday and Thursday, at U a.m. BETWEI?S BYDNEY AND KIAIA. From .SYDNEY evely Monday. 'I', -..i W ednwa.r, ..s it p.tn., aus on.Friday, ?t i :j.t~in~ad 11 pms FromroaKIAMA every Mlonday snd Thursday at 11 a.m'; passsengers; and on Tuesday and Thursday at noosl, on Friday at 2 p.m. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND WOLLONGONG, as published in the loral papers. By order of the Directors, E. MANNING. Sydney, 21st February. V-NOLISH, SCOTTISH, and AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK. Incorporated by R"oyal Charter. Paid up Capital ...... £500,000. Bills discounted daily. I)rafts issued on London, tile various bank...

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THE LEGALITY OF BETTING ON HORSE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

'Ple LOOaOATY OF 13u'rTflOO ON Hualse nicCOy.- Lately, at the Wolvcrhampton County Cosrt, a case of some interest to the betting frotoroity was beard before Mr. M. A. Skinnuer, ?r.dge. Tihe plaintiff (Harbour) wns a ?lblicon in Wolvc-hamp. ton, and having advanced £5 to pay a wager lost by defendant (MIorrall) in the plaintiff's house, sued (or repayment. The issue turned on tlhe legal yoint raised by MIr. Bartlett for Morrall to the cffcct Ithat tha money was lent for gambling purposes, nndthe transaction being an illegal one, uwaos nqt rcecoverable. MIr. Clayton, on tlid'othlli:&,1iid, ,cCj tended, lar tha plaiotiff, that b'at'~h.;dr??;:~ac?ii werorecoverable if under £10. lls Lmbhr:?'d'i[tc. Mr. Clayton's views, and 'gavo judgdmn ,focthd solatiatiff- Otuerer. _

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Examiner — 29 February 1860

COMMERCIAL, INTELLIGENCE?. - Ve quote ?th folloelieg from tile ,Sqiydey hIorniln, Hera'eleklf ?'ridoy lest:- WVlhet. arrives very slowly to oarhet, tleouegl geeoo seaeplen command 8s to 8 elpor bnsleel. Flb.r is in gooddemand, at 200 for lni, and do/ olseotln quallty, per ton of 2.100 Ibs. •Irra los 3d per bnshel. ]lreadl.--'d per 0-lb leer; woben elleered, 51d. "Dioenet.--21r. W,'ilfie's qedlee calin biocult at Ors per 100 Ins.; envy blsult,elOs. per 100 lbs, Mr. lloemllton. Cabin 07; skip, l9s perluO lbs. ullebers' Meolt.--fleet 0d to 32, mutton O'.?d to 41, pork 0d to 7d, eonl,1Ad tobd per lb.; laoeb,Ss Wl'tolls per quarter. Poultry and Dairy Prodluee.-'Fols O sd to 31 60, docks Is to 4s wild ducks ,15 to Os, heeo Os to Os, turkeys Sl~to 10s, pdgeons Is ,1, per conple. Oo0aotlng pigs 4s to Os reeh. Bettor .0d. to Is, ebleesel to7d, bacon snd hlame 80 to 9d, lard 0. to 7d per lb. F.ogls ald:tt IeOd pcrdozne.. SVegetaobles.-Ootatocs s1 to 10, onions 81 to 101 per ton. . Cab-.: bege...

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