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Items of Latest News. ([?] from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

j Items of Latest News. t (Gtrketeptettfrtm ths JPaqcrr.)- ' ,V On Monday a -'abater named Hiciey was.. found dead at his camp, about .a -mUe .from . Qhmunglf- His death appeared te'lMTCT?ften instantaneous.'.'?; ''.': ? '?:??'"'. ?'?'?'.'.'?''?'i'J'ii Y'.'-y:':' : - "match* -Volunteers of ..flrangfyan& jflwlg?S, whieh^ink..placie w on -Wednc?ttay,- rosulteorirrTavourof Mudgeeby yet. received lany-~oommnnicAtion: front the Government of .Victoria respecting the aboli-. ' Hon of the tolls at the Union "Bridgeover; the; - Kurr*y r aVA'lbriryi'- : x~iV?\A*y-?*'l ?'?:;. The Eastern' .and-Australian Mail Com pany's new steamer-Somerset, left'Batavia "on-'the 22u'd 'nstarit.-^tK^b^^i%li* r jruia ' ! ?' -^-.:-'- : - -;.. j .The :?: 100t..;' race-rat Hamilton V between .-?? Dunlop and Began, for £C 0 eaxaeOft on Saturday;:.and' waslTmjjtt;byY?egan who!: hadfouttqen,yarus start allowed; time six- : tceri. seconds"; nearly -thousand persons - were present. -'??-?;' *--Mr.- Shepherd ha...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Smart Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

?^l^arVChil4- " Pa," asked a rongish girl of her father —— " can you tell me what the Arabs of the Desert lire on ?" ?" Fudge jSelly! that's au old. contm- dnnn. They live an. the sand which ? (sandwiches) there,* , "Yes; but Tiow do they got there?" "Well, really Neljy, yon hare mc there. I give it up."' " "Why, Pa, yon know that tho ' eons of Sam aro bred and mustered in -the ?wilderness*." " Come, come, my daughter; ,that is too killing. " Don't cay another'word." "' Oh, yes! do tell SM} -what they, eat on their sandwiches." " What do they eat on them ! "WTiy what do' they eat on them ?" " Butter, to-he sure." "Butterl- ;Why, how do ihey get Iheir butter,-pray." " Wiry, you know Pa, Lot's wife was turned into a pillar of Salt, all the family but her ran into the wilder ness." It is useless to say that that child is now pining away aud will soon be no more. . ;~

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

Tke 34elboaate cccrespoialettt.of the Herald,. ' writes ;agitatu>n. now going; on in Sydney in favor of free, secclar,. and compulsory education is ?watched vnth. some interest aad no SES2& amount of sympathy from, this tbe border, as. we aX satxtratty rejoice at finding others adapting-' ear ,own nvs upon, aoj- subject. Tb& "objection. raJJKdby.Mr..PsrkeB.aVto tie cost of , tbe jsj?taa has Hot nadt -weigfefc witj? tbpse -who regard tins ednec&m ?£; the ?whole popolatmai as one ?C ihe meet momeotoas concerns -with which, any Legislature can deal. That tbe n??f system is costing us dearly just now 18 , undeniable, lra£ tbe capaaon* buHdrnge' ?wliicit are iking-." apia-iB directioa? reconcile us to this, outlay, seeing'what ? substantia! property? being awpirea by the State, and witatuan advance these JeVidence of in the mSrch. of educational .improvements. The dicta .laid'down fcjr th*- v Sydney Diocesan JBducatiosal Society- are similar to'those which were...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

1 Official Correspondence- ft- "-YoarxBMt.obeibent warrant. - a-w.-w. STETffgS. ?? W. CU3Kxa£££e*,*3EXtA-? ? - "SSn?teffcoo> The following letters, t?a?**K*I>oB3*ari?r? in which, many of the retfleaSjof jgas du£ trict are uracil interested, fiaisgscefcymnjr forwarded to ?V Mr. W. Hft member for this district, ft^-ji?hJicH"'p?l e 'S? Departmeaf of laffidg. I Sydney, 24th tjepte?theryHWE \ v fsnt,—Beferrihg-1 o your pensojralencjuiiv'.Te ?TteeSSgjfiie alienation to Mr. A. A. Dangar, in the Parish of Whitting <>?? ?~jffir***'">?'~ t ' = r*. ? fry "* m itwnimntwatian which has been addressed to Mr." Dangar, on the subject. .

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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TWEED FACTORY. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

I. ... .TWEED FACTORY. j '{To the Editor of the Sinjlettm. Argttx.) j Yonxs obcdientlT,' ? J TWEEDIE. . 1 Patrick's Plains, SepU23,1874. . j Dear Sir.—I wonld lilce to ask the public of Singleton, and especially the men* of capital, through the rnodinm of the Arynx, whether it is intended that the lapsed pro- posal to establish .1 Tweed factory -in Singleton shall sever he revived. . - > ? Kow; that vre have a, local. jonmal cstah lished in Singleton, I think it irpiild be well . if come of us who have taken so much in terest in this ma&ter is times p&st, -vecxe to . make nse of its column"; for the ventilation ', of this proposition, and (li Senas, again its ' desixabilitVf trith- a view, to '*ayiim_ the ? acrciwarf steps to bring matters to a faVoT- ' able issttc. ,: .-?'? .; . ./? ?? :.'.,. ';- ?, .'.?^?"\ "?'? il merelT broacll "tHe question "on tins', 'Oceanian,' being ilesirons of asccrtaiiiiDgrtfie ' ?? opinions of others before proceeding farther.: I hope ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A YOUNG MURDERESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

jC'xtitnSG MimDEBEJSjfc r' i Henrietta. Wcibcl, aged. 1?, was ar 1 rested, on. a. charge of attempted, mnrdcr and incendiarism, she' having on .Wed nesday night, attempted to burn ;t1ie in- fant child of Mrs. a boarder at the Leopold, Palace Hotel, and after- j words made two endeavours to set fire to tbe 3>onse- The baby was lying a rfeep when tho girl set fir* to the bed clothes. Another servant extinguished the ilamcs, bnt the little child was near ly -suffocated. The girl confessed her guilt, 2nd uajd she bad a "mania for burning children and houses." It is said that last spring she , attempted to bora the baby of Mr. Kelly, of Tremont, and that she was .formerly employed by Uh ling, the brick-laden, coffin conspirator.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

' J "lfewcaatle. [mOM OTTJ5 CORBESPOSTDESTTiJ OVJCB£200'wasTObscribed'for the Waratah. . Colliery accident fond, of -which.amount '£4112s. '961,' had been given to SKss Cnhner ford, £29 Mr.Peak, JE21 Jttr. Cauigan, Mr. Donclly. £5 6a, "leaving a. balance of over £93 in hand,,! -.-' - ?„ f ? ?;,. ?/ ;-' >? - ?'.' !??' i : .; The.""loroTtgh' ; : Council of Wallsend has commenced -with street improvemcnts.intlie 'Municipality. !!y jYy"' !YY- '?'?'? Y-Y ??'' ? ' The commitirc-'oflihe'!Northumberland ' Hortwulrnral Society to-ensure for-the of November bemg in every respect a Mr. Peter Campbell ? has arrived in New; castle, and, has. been engagedin his religions mission for the past fewdfcys. ?'""?' It. is stated,that,Mr. has,been ajnjototod sfuaSSdredgc. The export of -coid- for tho week ending. .Septeinbert 25* n1674,-?"is':v2B/M)2Y tonap'of which 5616 were! shipped Sydney. 3862 Melbourne, ' 520 -Geelong, 1278 Adelaide, :1392 1976 San Jb"Saiicisco",,73 China, ' 1111 Java, 725 Gnlle,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE COMMUNISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

coamuKiSrs. ; Paris, August 12.—80G persons, for merly connected with the Conra?une, have been arrested in Marseilles. A mong them is M. Esquirae, ex-Prefect of the Department.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Department of Lands. Sydney, 24th September 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

. .';vTS >!££*£ of Lands, Srdnej; 2*th SegSfftnl>eis383Jtj "I nave,' Ac. i- , "VT. -W. STEPHEN. "A A. Dangar, Esq., "-. Union CliuVSynncy." : ? Sl^— t* tteTOWposea sa3e.toiyw ;' of' certain; ieaernsil/Toias.;ja the' parisb. fcf '< pnrclHWe monej- far-rrhicli: reccivea; oi the;8th, Jnlv-, 1?7X^;X?tt j now directed to inform you. tnat it na-nng -hemTepresentcd;thatthecloauigarthe~road. from FardknerV JTatfeaitt, Ton the' Great Northern to Broke, would de prive tire-inhabitants of the.-dist'diet.off.the) means of access to Singleton, the honorable the considers it desirable that the proposed sale of the road should not be completed; " t> ' ' j -, - * I.' jind deed fee, as paid by refunded, j "J, "2. 1 am further to inform yon the pro%i posed Bate of the road, pfefems 6 and 7 from. Sand 9, which affords access tot Mr. B-A-Bodd's farm, will noO*/carried' oht, unless you agree to the reservation of a' road SO Finks wide, in lien, thereof;' 'afcmg the cast boundary of p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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PROBABILITY OF A WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

{ PBtrSABOLITX OF A .WAK'BETWEEJS'j { \ . BXfSSiA AXT> CHI&a. - . j XeV- Yorle, Angnsi 12-—A'corres pondent writes, that mews, has reached Bechii that Chma." lias poshed "190,000 picked troops to. the Kasligar frontJCr, said, in addition, placet* laige gamsons is the' towns of Barfccrd, ami , Cio?ts? troope harve, moreover, "been, wmcentraled in the north at Tarbakati,' : KeJnOy and. Olysentia, which c?n be- made available for wsr -with Kashgar. It ie.pioposed to attack the latter cotmtrr stnraltaneoaslx front two sides. 'At St. Petersburgb it i* believed , that bx that event Knssia. -Koxiid at oace come to-the assistance x>f STxshgsr, since Chmq, is known to l-e aiming, also, for a -war xntb; Russia. \The Chinese Go- Temment has already made a complaint -to" thtm tjrovermeent, that the- ?cdsii is now ihe subject of diplomatic correspou-. deuce betivccu the two "GFovcntaients. Tho, action ot the United States officers referred was. totally xmautfeorised, end will ?o do...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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TEN THOUSAND NATIVE CHRISTIANS MASSACRED IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

TEN THOUSAND KATTVTB CHRISTIANS j JklASSACBKD AN CHBfA. j Tito French periodical Mistionr Calho liqtteg, ot last July, gives the first au thentic and' detailed narrative of the re cent massacre of Roman. Catholic native converts m China. ' The'account relates that themassacrc broke out on the 25th February, when tho as the persecuting party is called, opened the campaign by be ' heading two-men in the service of Hero Doarc and a Christian, and they then threw them "into tho river. Tlio came iday they burned the three village* of Trnn Lam, Flo VTnn, and Bau Tach, and massacred the inhabitants that were lin them. Thotfe who succeeded in es caping to the Woods were hunted down with hounds, ' and brought back 'j.n-1 killed on the' following day. The river 1 was covered with bodies floating down it from the sid?" of Lareg. At that time the murderers were massacrcuig , the Christians of the parish of Holven, ! trad were burning their -rillagB"?. Those '? i who took refuge in The cliffs, o...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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ANOTHER GREAT FIRE AT CHICAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

AXOTHEK GIIEAT F1KB AT CHICAGO. There has been another great fire at Chicago, which has, destroyed sixty acres of buildings, and rendered several hnn dreds of families homeless. Four fire- men hove been killed, and the loss of property H estimated at from 4,000,000 to 6,000,000 dollars'. Two-fifths of th? property are injured. A special tele gram to tlie Daily Jfcicx, dated July 15, fcays :— "A fire broke out in. State Street, Chicago, at four o'clock yesterday after noon. It raged lor about twelve hours, and 'destroyed sixty acres of buiiditige. They -were .mostly tenements of tli? worst class. Several important edifices, however, jrcre consumed. Among these -were the Posf-oflficc, the- Adrlphi. Theatre, tlicmagnificeut Baptist Chnrch the Methodist Church, SL Mary's Cath olic Cliarclt, two and four hotels, viz., the- Continental, "Wood's, St. James's, and the Jlichigian Arenne. Several blocks of fine residences hi Wabash Avenue, and :i small part of llicliigian Avcnne, were also Ir...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A HUSBAND ATTEMTS TO POISON HIS WIFE, HER MOTHER, AND SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

(A* HUSBAND . ATTEMPTS TO POISON ?HIS WIFE, HKR SfOTHEB, A2U> SISXER- ? A. Terr strange caso, and c-no ofpcen liac .hscrrorj!-"was rorcaledv at, the ? C&ntral "Headquarters of the local-polico. It seems, that' on Sunday last a man named Dan|?l Bank, who resides at 3??*. 2412, Cond-street, had a,*paJTcl wts his wife,' and as a. result ofit determined to put Ms entire family out of the war. . Thews were in. the htni *elf, hiss info, atttd her mother and slst<>?\ It was noticed "ibat after the quarrel tlwr hostttud, leaving "the Trojppit upeta'rs, "took a bason an# went down stairs. The -women w hiiu take the hasfa, an J i -when he arrived at the hitcTi ? they ' heard htm raise the tin lid of a boiler in ?which some meat tras steaming. They I wondered at this, anil, after Bank bail I gone, the "women came <io>vn to the kitclieir nntl looked ai. the moat. Th" [ water had a peculiar whitish Took, which 1 cattscrt the wonvn to wonder. Tltii wife took...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

COOMA. There was a heavy fall of snow, here   yesterday.            

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Original Poetry. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Original Poetry. KKBXEX'S. Tli? IaiaeUur th* Iktoj Tbo Wy tor a. t&avX, The-ancfcnt bmncfci of pUtb, T]?,rf*h for Mftos Dortan*; Tbr.te?Dolu?<b ud tkblte The Imucb, i< xxrntad Tiolate, A BfffW??f I** !**?!??* Out lil 11> 1w I iTp *TWttt pmtlMwy ?o xtmapa ; j j eanewaaftMOMf jvre, > ' 3Tbc UX?i??, ttart >jMtmK? t JJJ OtfiVWlt.m* t (And thattfa to dte 6-?r)i. TB*?t]M|ilwlUwaw '

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

:: 3Com nxtafagm tate ptse* Iv ll?r an.l April (not en tks tat 9( April; t!uui in lunr othtr month of Uk jaa, to ??y ibe?t?ttftfim4f Sidney. w?*th?ivfon nUHt ?ntpldjr*l at the Ume-Kpok?n-of tHin ?t anf oilier.' ? 1C- i* bitenMtlne t? Adto, -Mtiite enk tbta 'subject; that tfaft jirintijwl utlfiami. imd rfmwfmnfcgr? reooenfcletlw *'Han? Sbptcl* w? tile kao?t*nit*b!f citbef for- n£ft£neM?-ol work Jtniskca the lock-rtllch. tbcr "I*. ?nj ?IU Ijcm, Ml, bina,corJ, br?W, ?ct?m.ta?k, mrtlr-, b?n?tltolj, Ratter luwt Mrw oo 1 at' the aoziH tone. ' Tte. M ShQttle" £>Um> cheapen of all Seirhw itittAinOMUxl is adao the moat ebEaot, ?intp]a, and osmpact; it -?rai M* anTUilog KomaoetqmUntairCoatfeaUKr.~An.VT, V ! A; WoicDOtrrtfc Ci?tElL—T)njia-aiKriodof iwuijr t?wity-flTe jrnKX. oae; medicinal lUnratant .: lia? ?c -clttalTcly cniojttt Uio oonfldeaor of tile mo?t exporloToeil plijd£(anaan thtatideorthe Atlantic TatUy. wfrom The time ot iW . Introloctjon, CuOtl-UO WoLtTfe ARCnCATtC BClliei)AM S...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Melbourne Live Stock Market (By Telegraph to the Herald.) Wednesday, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Melbourne Live Stock Market (By Telegraph to tho JBcraUV) Wednesday, September SO. MeBars.; Dal. Campljell, Hepburn, -mid Co. report :—Fat CntOe: HOt) ; quality better than Tor some time past; fluctuating sales; mairket down 20*:-, 18,000 sheep yarded ; qaaiit j- good ; up Gd. Messrs. Powers, Kutlierfonl, and Co. re port : —llOO cattle yarded ; prices fluctuated very much, but, on the whole, they must be qnoted lower. 20,000 sheep yarded, a large proportion ewes ; prices xntlier higher. We sold -tO0O?t 13s. to 15a. for wethcre, 10s. lor ewes. - Menem Richard Gibson anil Co. report:— Cattle : 1100 penned ; market alightly casidr. Sheep i IS.OOO penned ; prices rnther better. Mc?ere. Ryan and Hammond report:—Fat cattle : 1100 penned.; market about' 2uS lower. Best imllocVs, £10 10a.U>£.V2 Iok. ; best cows, JES 10s. to £10'; best averages ranged from £10 to £12. Wβ tola H'M lieaa frorro Chestnut Station,' 801100 Iliver—Tjnl locteat £10 45., cows at £S ? 1-JsJ 3iL Fat Sheep : 18,000 ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PItiqE LIST. > £ a. d Hay (Oaten) per toa * 10 0 „ (Whoitcn) „ a l> 0 ,. „ .. .. -. .. 3 10 a Mkize m>r buaucl .. .. .. )t fi to 1 f 0*t? „ ? 0 rotatompercwt. .,- .. .... t 0 ECB? (WholeKoIe) 6iL par doz. Butter <WbutaMle) la. per lfc. Vacon,(Wbol?e*l<) Sil. per lb. Clna CVTIisImalc) -M. per Hi.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Wonderful Discovery Music by Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

A Wonderful Discovery—Music by Telegraph. Elisiia Gray, of Chicago, -well known in tho electric telegraph -world, has suc ceeded, almost beyond his own anticipa tions, in perfecting an instrument which will convey sound by electricity over an unbroken current of extraordinary length without the aid of automatic re peaters. In the ordinary transmission of messages orer telographic wires to points at Jong distances, a message is repeated by automatic work .ing instruments about every 000 miles, in order to renew the current of elec tricity. Mr. Gray lias transmitted sounds wluch Were ilistinctly audible at the receiving, point, over an nnbroken. circuit of 2400 'wiles. It is one of tho greatest discoveries made since tho early days of Morse. Such noted elec tricians aS George Prcscott says It jjots to prove s what all electricians have loiig , agreed upon, th:it we know little at present of tiie pvissibiiilie-i ot' thu future of electric scii.'Ucc. The -writer has heart innsiu played ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 3 October 1874

Oanelre*. Wi would respectfully endeavour to impress upon, the Ininds of our readers and that'newspapers, fifce ali other things, in this sublunary. world, canhot he carried oa Vithout the aid of that much-despised, bat inoet useful auxiliary money. With this honest intention ,T>re have caused to' be distri buted amongst our ?friends during the last few days, sundry small documents setting forth the e*tea,t of their liabili tk-s. The next step is to requeet that after due consideration, has been given; thereto, we shall lie aflbrded the ex treme pleasure of writing our Dame at the foot thereof, signifying ?., liquida tion of the same. It may be eeeessary to exphiin" that, io eoneequeoce of having supplied those of our subscribers who have been with us from the begin ing, with fourteen papers up to the end ? of the last month, ia lien of thirteejt, we have determined, -with their per mission, to-alter the dafe of the quarters, so that they trill now begin on the Ist. Jannarv, Ist ...

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