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STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

STOCK AND STATION CIRCULAR. GARLAND AND BINGHIAM report that the demand this week has been in exe.w of. the supply. We have mold three drafts of cattle, two 'il, the New Engiand District at 45s., mixed lots. age 2 td. 6 years, terms as usual, and the same descrip'tlon' of cattle, delivered on the Murray, at 77 Od., 'half cili, half.6 months, bill endorsed. There have been several buyers in the market from the Fitz Roy Districts enquiring for really good cattle fit to breed from, and are offering hligh prices; but no cattle of Ihat description in the market; indeed there are very few parties wishing to sell store stock on any terms. STOne Stll eP.-The. na rkel Is. quito bare. For a flock of ewes of all oaes, none biokel mouthed, Ils. was offered and refnsed. PvT STOCt.-There is no selling fat stock, except at a fearful loss, and from every direction we hear of drafts still coming in. Good fat sheep and cattle have been sold at prices that are almost incredibly low. Wool..-The market ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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LANG'S CROSSING PLACE, MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

LANG'S CROSSING PLACE, M.URRUM BIDG~E RIVER. [PROM OUsR CORRESPONDENT.] The great question now. is, Who is to be our new Police Magistrate ? Some short time ago;w.e, all imagined that we knew who was to, be the fortunate individual, but at present we begin to imagine that we were either misinformed on the subject, or that ministers have for some reason changed their minds on this subject. ?bom the wording of the vote it would appear either that a clerk of petty sessions hasbeen appointed the P.M., or that tfh new ~:'. is also to act as the clerk of' petty sessions at another. place, but the paragraph attached to, the, amount voted is so very loosely worded that it is totally impossible to say what construction might be put upon it. However, everyone is pleased to see that a Police Magistrate has really been provided for in- the estimates, and that he is to have a salary of £225 and an allow race of £45 for forage. The Legislature have also provided fir a clerk of petty sessions at £...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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PROPOSAL FOR CHECKING HORSE STEALING. (To the Editor of the Goulburn Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

PROPOSAL FOR CHECKING IHORSE STEALING:. (lb othe .lhtoi of the Gouilbui aChronirce.) GSTLEMEN In yjour issue of the ,2ind instant appeared a report of offen dere tiled at, the: late Assizes, held in you, town, in looking over which I find that the greater portioii of those tiied' were for tliat daily-growing evil, hlorse-stealing: Some think that .it liever,-,can be stopped; others. think thlit it can be stopped by inflicting on those.?i~ und guilty long and severe sente'nces-say 15 years. Unless some. stringent and effectual meanriare taken to repress this evil, it will attain am ons ter magnitude ; and' when . it attains i~uch?i it will'indeid be almost a matter ofiinpossibility to stop it. It is at grog shops these hnarbours of vice and infamy that plans are concocted and designed to, ie cirried into opeiationn It is at these nests t~hat vei?y many of 6ourcolo siial ,youths receive their first lessons in soking drinking, gambling; and thieving.; It is, too, in these nests that pl...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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Police Court. Monday, April 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

jolice Qiourt, Mfonday, April 18th. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRvUNK..ENNlss.-Adam Cross was brought before the Court, charged with being drunk on the 17th inst. The Bench sentenced him to pay a fine of 20s., or 48 hours in the cells. Tuesday, April 19th. (Before the Police Magistrate, John Gordon, Esq., J.P., John Lupton, Esq. J.P., IT. Wallace, Esq., J.P., and John Church, Esq., J.P.) Adam Cross, charged with drunkenness and assault, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment in Goulburn Gaol. BRowN v. Bnowev.-Mrs. Brown, of North ?WaUga Wagga, appeared to answer to the complaint of Mr. J. T. Brown, of having illegally distrained his goods and chattels. The Bench dismissed the complaint.

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Colonial Intelligence. PRESBYTERIAN UNION. OPENING OF THE SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

S'P)tSBYTERIA UNION | ' OiNIINO OrF 'TIlSYNd 'OD.', " .lie 'cle nii~'anda'ciders 'o'f thb enSiod 'f 'Victoria the' 'ree 'Ciurcli ' f ictoria thlip UiltediPrfe sbvterian '".lr ch of Aiustri;. and fdthe' United 'I I sb 'r iti'? ? rlifeh f. Victoriiet '1ether' at 1'b' clo;0 'on Phlusiday "!.st, in the Rev. Mr I riHr'eheriigton 's h"' c :?nireli;.: in' t";'Ohllisnittoe't, ''f0r 'the y pi5'l'ose'of bconsum itmiig' thelUnilon.' T ie' The: li ih' was eompletely' rowdled ' b,' lthe members ef' {f e arioius Presby '".'riin .onigregations ot Mfelbouirne O* tiif cli, le iighboihood,'1 .' " .. :' l' ide proceedlmgsi were: .obinernced iw" tiylihe lRevi Mr. "Frasc r ithe seniror i''tinitcr 'of tlie finr moderators, giving i a i' pslim anid engaging iinprayer. " A portion of thle S'Sriptures wvas "'h lien, read by thie ';seconld 'senior S'Mlern(tori,:the Rev.'MT ''J.' Cooper.a '.. he CT.Olerks'of the ,vaiuns Syinods, Sthe call of the several M'operators; f tliei'red: the miites' of -the last meeti...

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Commercial. PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

tonutnrteicdri. PRICES CURRENT. SYDNEY. £ s. d. e.sd. WooL.-Fair to best .... 1 ib, o 1 6 to 0 2 0 nferior ......... 3 to 0 1 to 0 1 6 llandwashed... ,r 0 1 3 to 0 '1 11 Grease ......... . 0 0 9 to 0 1 2 Locks,pieces,kc.,, 0 0 7- to 0 1. 3 Scoured ......... , 0 1 0 to 0 2 3 SnRRa S .......... 0 3 to 0 0 10 TALLOW. -lutton ...... , 0 0 to 0 Beef ............. 41) ~ 0 0 to 46 0 0 Station ......... ,, 45 0 0 to 50 0 0 HIDt,.-Ieavy ... aclh, "0 0 0 to 0 10 0 Light............ 0 4 .. 0' 0 ons ................... 100 1. 0 0 to I 10 0 SOAN.,. Oe ................ i ton, 5 0 0 to 7 10 C L.S ............... , 0 1 0 to 0 3 0 TtERce BRIr ............ 2 0 0 to 2 5 HogasS. Stnunchhenvydraught 30 0 0 to 40 0 0 Ditto light ........... 15: 0. 0 to 20 0 Q, Ditto gig and saddle 10 0 0 to 20 0 0 Ilitto light hackneyis 6 0 0 to 10' 0 0 PAr Carrt.R.(alivo) ......100lb, 0 12 6 to 0 0 0 Cows.-Mich ....... each, 5 0 0 o . 8 U 0 ?,,.v s ..:......0......' -,, I o:. o -to 2- o'. 0 Strae (altve, shorn)... ,, 0 ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Express And Murrumbidgee District Advertiser
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THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

Til? REvENu...-It is satisfactory. to notice that the Revenue of the colony for the first quarter of 1859, shews a considerable increase over that for the corresponding period of 1858 The Customs' Receipts up tol March last exhibits an increase over the first quarter of the former year of £23,233 Gold duty miners' rights . 3,011 Land Revenue 40,042 Postageo 1,1$a Spirit dealers' and hawkers' lepnses' ]1,437 . Fees of office . 434 Fines and forfeitures . ''24 Rents, tolls, wharfs, &o. 1,649 Teleeraph receipts . Pilotage . . . Harbour dues Newcastle tonnage dues Miscellaneous receipts . .1;,594 Immigration.remittances . 31 Special receipts . . 301' Making a total increase in the 'quartet of £58,268. We cannot help remark-. ing that more than one third of this increase is due to the Increased As sessment on stock and rent of rmue-a? fact which we respectfully submit: tR the careful consideration of those who are so ready to raise the outcry against squatters and* the system of ...

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LORD ELGIN IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

" LORD ELGIN IN CHINA. L ELGIN is certainly not one of those men who content themselves wvith doing the very minimum of dity. He is evidently taking a very compre hensive view of his functions as the 'Pritish Envoy Extraordinary in the. ýast. and is bent upon fully accm; plishing before he returns to England something that shall have been worth while travelling so far for. Thp im mediate object of his mipsion w-?s to negotiate a conclusion to the Chinese war; this he has done, but he has plso seized the opportunity to open up Japan to British commerce. And still further to complete his work, he has availed himself of his advantages to test the 'new treaty with China, and Confirm it oa' ne iniportant particular by ascending the great river Yang tse-kiang as far as the City of Ban kow.10-.s a viceroy in Canada, pre : over the introduction of Re j.nhle Goverment, and imitating, or. small scale the functions of a con s ional moarch who reigns but does not govern, he has acquired a re pu...

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Miscellaneous. COST OF THE INDIAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

,COST OF TIIE INDIAN WAR.. (From the FPiend of India for January.) , The year of mutiny 1857-58 cost the empire in round numbers nine and a half millions sterling. That at least is; the: official statement, but so extra ordihary are somie of the items of the account that we: are tempted to: dis believe even a blue-book. It will be perceived that the tdecrease in the land revenue is jist '2,000,0001., being 200,0001 more than the actual loss of. the land revenue of the North-West, which amounted to 1,800,0001. , This and the losson 'the salt. in.the same presidency-formned the only serious re venue losses of the year, and: 50 per cent.. even of these are made up from the increased.profit on opium. A fact more indicative -of -the strength of our revenue system we have rarely-seen. .In a -convulsion such as has. seldom: been recorded in history, with .the ;Northi-West -Provinces :'* actually lost," the, revenue declined by a sum less than. 7.per cent. upon the gross income of the State...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

NOTICE. MR. JAMES TH'ORB1URN1 BROFWn hoiring transferred all his interest in the ?Wagga fagga RExpress newspaper, Subscribers -and Advertisers are requested to pay all amoounts in which, they may be indebted to this journal to the undersigned, or to GEORG.E .FORSYTII, ESQ., Waqgga Waga. FO7VIBIR BO.D PRICE. Wragga Wagga, April 21st, 1859. TIIE SATUfVDAY, APRIL 23, 1859.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

THE 'AOCA W.ACCA EXPRESS, AND GENERAL DRINTING O.FFICE, Spurn WAOGA WAGaa. ;I E PROPR IETO begs to inform the Inhabitants of,.AVýagga Wziggh #injl 6 Distriet in en?h , that his O~e is how "epletb with the most 'Modprn Type thed Sydpey Markets can' furnihli, combining all edts of Plain'hnd Orfiantental Type, Borders; rinaments,'5'e., tgether' with every fo'ilityi rc'quire d to meet the demands of. tlde present day.' Ie hopes, with moderate chlargbs, to scieure a'fairishare dif public 'patronage, pledg ing Bhimself fd spare' hoither expense nor e ertion to give satisfaction. ''Plain and, Ornamental Printing, in every, variety arid` ost e,' wth the utnost desp'atbh' Ladies' 'an' Gelit's Address or Business Cards with neatness and elegance. Posters at it few hours notice Handbills, lpsiess 'Antniuricements, ?Mcr chant's, Auctioneers, anu'Tradednien's Busi ness Circulars and Bill IIeadings, neatly dis plaVed, Srungist's and other Labelp, plain or fancy. Cgtalogues at a short notice. Pnmp...

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THE LAND CLAMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

THE LAND CLAMOUR. ALL Government, it has been some where. said, is a continuous compro. mise;' and although moral truths must ever be received as fundamental prin ciples in politics, their practical appli cation is liable to be affected by so many contingencies, so many antago nistic interests, and long-established conventialisms that the science of legislation is reduced to a mere policy of expedients. There are epochs, however, in the history of every people, when under the pressure of a misguided public opinion, or from a desire to strengthen their i;fluence by an access of popular favour, its tinororsi or time-serving statesmen will be found committing themselves to measures whose palpable injustice semoves them altogether from the entegory of prudential concessions. Their own convictions seem, for the time being, suppressed or abandoned; and yielding to the loud clamours of vain and violent agitators, they enter upon a policy which confounds .pro gress with .change, and in plac...

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THE WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

T]I'J WAGGA WAGGA EXPRESS, IT -would, perhaps, be scarcely cour teous to the public were we to pass over the fact of this journal having clhanged its proprietorship, with a simple notification to subscribers and advert.isers of the alteration. Each new actor, as lie first comes upon the stage, is expected to makle his bow to the audience; in o,rdilary politeness we can do no less, but we find no occasion to expatiate lirgeRy upon the matter. To make brilliant promibes which it might hereafter be out of our power to fulfil, would simply be to show that we either were un acquainted with the difficulties of the task we were attempting, or that we estimated them too lightly. As, how ever, in simple truth, we cannot ignore the obstacles to be overcome, or the responsibilities we undertake, we must content ourselves with one simple pledge, - namely, to use our best endeavours to make the' Wagga Wagga Express a faithful reflex of public opinion, and through its colhumns of enabling the res...

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Local Intelligence. WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 23 April 1859

l.ocal hitelligencc. WAGOA WAGGA HOSPITAL. The Annual Meeting of the Shbscribers of the above Institution was held in the Court House on Wednesday last, at 12 o'clock; there were but few in attendance on this occasion, and H. Baylis, Esq., :lM., occu pied the Chair. The CHnAIxrMA briefly stated the objects of the Meeting, and then called on the See retary, the Rev.. Mr. Young, to read his Annual Report, which was as follows: " In submitting their Annual Report to this General i'ccting, the Committee re gret that they have again to announce a falling off in their subscription list, although the necessity for, and the benefit of the In stitution is continually becoming more ap parent. . The Coininittee would therefore einlestly solicit the aid of"the friends of thel Tinstitution in increasing, the number and amount' of annual subsaribers, arid thus enhi.rge ils usefulness. During the past.year, upwards of fifty patients have been, recived into the Hospital, and twelve have received me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

WTHEREAS on the night of the. 24th of YJanuary, 1859, at North Wagga Wagga, a gross and diabolical act of incendiarism was perpetrated on the premises of Mr. PATRICK IENNELL, Sen., whereby property of the value of Three Hundred Pounds was des troyed, viz., Two STACKS OF HAY, ONE STACK OF OATS, and ONE STACK OF BARLEY. Now, we, the undersigned, do hereby sub scribe the amounts set against our respective names, to go to the formation of a fund to be paid to any person or persons who shall, within the period of six months, give such information, directly or indirectly, as shall lead to the flunal conviction of the perpetrator of this detestable offence; provided that the incendiary himselfbe not the informer. And we do hereby pledge ourselves to use the necessary measures through the medium of the Police Magistrate, to have the matter brought under the notice of his Excellency the Governor-General, with a view to an in crease of the reward, and that the sums hereby subscribed shall be ...

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REPLY. Sydney, April 25, 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

REPLY. GeLsMn .Sydney, April 25, 189. . I thank you for the honor you have done me by your re'qiisition .that I ,should repre sent you in the next Parliamesit, and for ydur -: very flattering noticeof my past services. I unhesitatingly, and with pleasure, accede to your request, and in the event of my being returned as your representative I will endea vour to act, as I trust I always bave'done; conscientiously and consistently in the dis-. charge of the important duties entrusted t' .:: me.. ,. . I hope to have the eleasi?ue of visitlig the District before the election takes place, and when there Will take every opportunity of int forming the electors of my views on all mat ters of importance likely to occipy the. atten~ tion of the ensuing Parliament. In the meantime I will merely state thiit I am a Liberal, although I trust oef a very dif': ferent stamp from the party at present ini power, who claim the title as peculiarly theifr own, and who, though Ziberal certainly in gifts to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

W " E have the honour to introduce oui ., selves to the notice, of the .Squatters and Landholdera of New South Wales and the neighbodring colonies, and inform them tLat we have OPENED OUR NEW ROOMS, cprne oe George and Margaret Streets, under the ihame of the SQUATTERS' EXCHANCE, where we will be happy tD undertake the Sale Pastoral Propcrtics, Store Stock, WTool, Landed EYstatcs, 4G. either by Public Auction or Private Sale Mr. BRswsTErn's lon0g experience as a Prac ticol Squatter, extending over a period of twenty years; and his personal knowledge of most of the Pastoral Properties both in New Sonth Wales and Victoria, when combined with the large MIereantile Experience o(f Mr. RAY, will, we feel sure, render usin a position faithfully to advise parties wishing to in vest in properties of the above description, and, by a strict attention to the interests of those who may favour us with their instruc tions, We trust to merit a liberial share of thleir support.. BREWSTER, RAY, &...

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SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

SYDNEY PRIOES CURRENT. b ot. ac : c s. d. Woot.-alrtobost.... ~ lb, 0 1 6 to 0 2 0 Inferior......... 0 1 8 to 0 1 6 Handwashlod... ,, 0 1 3 to 0 1 11 Greao .......... ,, o 0 0 to 0 12 Loos~lecsc. , 0 0 7 to 0 1 8 Scoured ........ ,, 1 0 to 0 2 3 SEEPSKINa*e .............. 0 (3 to 0 0 10 TALLow.-Mutton...... ton, 400 0 to 02 0 0 Beef............ , 40 0 0 to 46 0 0 Station ....... , 40 0 toO 0 0 HIDas.--Hoavy ........ ch, 0 0 0 to 0 1 0 Lght ........... 4 to 0 8 0 HonNs .....E............... ton, 0 0 0 to 7 10 0 S:aHnoNxlss... ....,..... .." Bton, t 1 0 CAzLPOwas .......o... 'b, 0 1 0 to 0 a 0 TIEnce BREP ..... ...... 2 0 0 to 0 0 0 Honsss. Staunchhceavydraught 80 0 0 to 40- 0 0 Ditto light ............ 15 0 0 to 20 0 0 Ditto gig and saddle 10 0 0 to 20 0 0 S Ultto ligt hackneys 6 0 0 to 10 0 0 FAT CAntlh (al.ve)..... 100Th, 0 12. to 0 0 0 Cows.-Milich ............ ach, 5 0 0 to 8 0 0 CLS I....,.......... 1 00 to 2100 SlikrP.(ai.o, ai.orn).0. 10 0 to 0 10 0 LAMS o................ . 8 ...

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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

®tiginaI 4artedpdnbence. (To the Editor of tile Txpres.) Si R- A considerable period has elapsed since I had an opportunity of addressing the public through the Press, and giving utter ance to my protests against that spirit of innovation (you call it the march of improve ment) by which thelid invaders of my native soil seem now to be possessed. Had I been here during thelast six ruosiths, stiy iridigna tion ~would have urged me to earnest and ceaseless, though even ineffectual remon strances, against those chinges which you and others are contemplating or concocting. A printing press on the banks of the Mlur rumbidg?m! Oh, that I were Mfephistophiles to the Faustus of the ~xzpresa. But I must not anticipate. On the appointment of my distinguished cotuitryman, John Thomas, whose name and notoriety are only second to my own, to carry home the congratulatory address .of the Meclbourne municipality, on the, subject of the Princess Royal's.marriage, he for warded me a kind invitation to...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. RESULT OF PRODUCE, STOCK, AND TIMBER SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser — 30 April 1859

SYDNEY MARKETS. RSUIT OF PRODUCE, STOCK, AND TIMBER SALES. SgSSoRS. PaITcA R AND WILLustS report having sold during the present week--10 bales wool-at is. 8d. per lb., 6 bundles Moreton Bay sheoepskins at Od. per lb., n lot of hides atzl2s. each, calfskins at 2s. to 8s. each, a lot of colonial cheese at 7td. to 8d. per lb,, several consignments of Lucerne hay at £8 10s. td 4, eaten ditto £7 per ton, now maize.byweight of 00 lbs, Is. 3d. to Ss..6d., old maize is. 6d. to 4s., new maize, by measure, 2s. 9d. to 8s.ld. per bushel, Cape barley 2es. d. to Is. per bushel, seed oats 2s. 8d. to 8s. per bushebel, wheat to, Od. to 7s. Od. per bushel, bran and pollard is. Ed. to Is. d. 0per bushel, calves 80s. to 655. each, pig 26 to 60s. each, lambs s, to 15, each; the whole tsf Mr. J. Brown's assorted stock of hardwood timber at from 51.6d. to Is., posts and rails l0s. per 100, laths 8s. Od., to IOs, 6L. per 1000, shingles, 16s, per 1060,

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