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Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

Commercial, pBN^lcK and SutT'b Stock, Station, and Produce, Report, October 7, lBToi Stations.-vevoral negotiations pending, but no actual Kulee to report, except some uustocked country in Uic.wost , to Air. J. M&radeu at a satisfactory figure. Pat Cattle.-We have little alteration to quote in prices since our last ; if anytbine, tbe change is io tbe buycis* f iror. Pealjy good bullocks ore worth £7 10fl, to £8 inferior, £6 16s. to £7 » .oowe, a pound lower. Storo Cattle.-We bote severd enquiries for this class of stock, chiefly for stocking wcglcrr. country. Wo hare sold since our last 1000 hcud of bullocks from Molangnol station, Wode Bay, to Messrs. Moore nn»i Henderson, of Tautitba, and 500 heifers irom Eolonga to Mr, H. Iborn, ot Chesterton. Also, 10 bead pure-bred Durbiim bulls,from Glcngnllon to u northern b»*ycr. We <juote-8tore bullocks, £4 5s, to 4-4 10s, cows, £4 5s. to £5 mixed col Me, 65s. to70s. Fai Sbpep.- We have «old at our Otley yards ever 1000 u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Sttonteg, Solicitor, $n>rtor, ©oii= focgancer, &c.> Out be nonsuited daily at Hishon'e Hotel, MIIXCHESIEB. HO. P U B 0 E L L. M.D, & SUllGEON, . (Licensed under the Queensland Medieal Board,) Hu REMOVED frota the Olub House Hotel to hfc new residence, ncarir opposite the Masonic Ha)lt Uixier*Btreet| where he cm be consulted i daily, '*. ? ' , ,, J. A. Scharffenberg, «ned., ParsioiAN, SURGEON, ahi) Acooochecb Volf qualifiedat' the Medioal Board. CHARTERS TOWBEB. [A Oakd,] JOHN O'FLTNN, : MINING AGENT SHABEBBOKEft to., (OfiUeff the Sainton O.U.P.C., Limited.) Hear Tierney'e Mining Erclmnge Hotel' CHABTEEB TO WEES. T. B. Carter SOLICITOR Tiernej's Uining Sxcliarige Hotel. Charters Towers. Hanleod ft Co., OBKEBAP 8TOR EK EEPERS, Cutout BOOM end Forwarding Agebta, ®OWA*6riM.B. I. ALAND, AUBTioniEiEA * e<Mn»»MOH &©e m VnrtB 6THBET, temporary Office-. Eargretmei Eoiel, CHARTERS TOWERS. W . JASPER, Binnr.BR ft HASSESS MAKES. Ohaktebs ...

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SIDNEY. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

.SIDNEY. October SI. Eair. i» genera}. It is stated that (ho Chinese on board the " Normanby," fearing diffinttltiea with thp Gdr toms authoratifs, threw a large quantity of cigars overbotvvd. Trieket has challenged Kiiali 10 pull for the championship for £200 a*tide. A. etorm at Ballina hns levelled acres of tirabe una blookod up the roads, October £2. Holtorman takes an eKtcii&lvo collection of ?ievvtj of the colony to the Philadelphia Exhibit (ion. 4 Burgos® has been sentenced to death for tbp Merriwa murder,

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1875. Telegraphic News. NORTHERN MINER OFFICE. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] BRISBANE. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1675. Telegraphic Hews. SOUTHERN HIKER OFFICE, [FB01I OCR BEIfBANE TELEG&APHIO iGEKTf BRISBANE. . October 21. Mcllvrailh held a meeting of hie constituents at Rorua ou TucbJav. Tyrrell is considered to be the most lilfelj? can didate for Carnnmm. October 22. A successful banquet vu giten to Angus Itackuy. Tyrrel has consented to contest Carnarvon, Thirty Kanakas have died at the plantations in Macku}" j Cablegrams slate tliat the Articexpediljon bad arrived nil well, on the 27t_h Jnly. nt darey's Island and loft immediately for 8mith'« Bound. The toason at tliat date was very open, an# there was erery pfosptel or the vessels reaching high latitudcr. The Frcnoh Government have aridrvtBcdia note to Tnrkey protesting against the non-payments of OOUp >118. * '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

SI2W1NG MACHINES. important: FACTS. H O W IS M AOHISBS. The eelebmtod Howe Machino stands un» mulled by any makers id the world. Why ? be ouac nil other makers lmd to pav a royulily to Itaffe for pjraliug pnrts of liis invention. THE New FAMILY MACHINE. hat been 60 Altered and revved that it con* stands 41 par ctccllenco" over any other maker. Its sales exeocd any otbor Machines by bousaudB yearly. Ln&t year by 10,u00. Thus proving it beyond doubt to be the leading machiue of the ige} making a beautiful stitch, and being free of cog wheel* end shaky links. HOWES family complete, £10. Howe's 33, foT niloriog and light leather wark, £11, Uove'e C, the champion boot closing machine, from £19. THE SINGEB's FAMILY. Manufactured by the (Singer's M. F. G. Co. Beware of imitations. All genuine jnnchmes made by Singer Lave the trade medallion embedded oa the arm. Beduced price, complete, £9. OUR WHEELER and WILSON. The best spool machiae in tbo colony. CAUTION.-It has come to our kno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

Eollo way's Pill* and Ointment - In fluenza, Coughs, and Cold*.-In diseases of the throat and cheat, so prevalent in our changeable climate, nothing BO speedily re lieves. or to certainly cures, as these ines timable remedies. These disorders ere too often neglected at their commencement, or are injudioioofily treated, resulting in either ca*e in disastrous consequences. What ever condition of the patient, Holloway'e remedies will restore, if recover; be pas possible ; they will retard the alarming symptome till the Mood >b purified and nature consummates the cure, gradually restoring f-iringth and vital nervous power. | By persevering in the use of Holloway'a pieparatione, tone Is conferred on the i stomach and frame generally. .Thousands | of |rersoos have testified that by the UBe of these remi'dies alone tbey have been re stored to health after every other means i had failed. FOLEY'S MAGNET TROUPF. Prince of Wales' Tlieatre, Mossmau Street. GIFTS! OUTS!! GIFTS!'.! COME to the...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

Mining News. BvT a few weeks have pasted eincc a report was given of ike method and progress of mining operations on the various claims on the Gt. Patrick. So rapidly are the s topes of atone broken down, And «o vast ore tho quantities of clone crushed out of tho mines, that changes enough hare been made underground to make it worth while, eren uecc6sArr, to give fresh notes ot the work doinp. The hfock claim, it will be seen from the particulars given below, still takes the lead in tho quantities or stone it yields, though is is being closely pushed by the p.o. and No. 2, and No- F, between these twocJaiois lias another huge |iilo on (be grass awaiting removal to tlie mill yard. Fully to many bauds are employed as at any time previously, and shortly the number will be increased, as fresh faces nre opened on different portions of the reef. Tho yiold of gold from the block claim quarts is tak ing better, both as it is being raised and as it licit in the plateB of ( he Defiance mill. ...

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Inquest of Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

Inquest of Death. Av inquiry touching the death of on* 'Edward Seymour Evans, was held in the Court House on tho 2ist., before C. 8. Dicken Esq., P.M. Herbert (Ihurchill Purcell, a duly qualified medical practitioner, residing at Charters refers, deposed : Was called a little after six last u\ght to visit Can 'a claim on the Mary, to see a man that was injured; found a man with a scfrtp wound oq the right side of the bead ; he woald not allow liim to probe it ; a* far ai he could ascertain with bis fingers there wa-> no fiactur«; the pulse was small which indicated the possibility of compression ; there was a wound over the right eye-the eyebrow waa split opeo i dressei the wound ; ordered him mcaicine ; but befort it reached him he became comatose ; was then sent for again, and on reaching the tent found him suffering from compression of the brain, which w&b evidently causcd by a rupture of a bloodvessel iuteroally; did what he could for him, but just as his nead was sha...

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Warden's Court. OCTOBER 22. (Before Mr. Warden Charters.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

Warden's Oourt. OoroDsn 22. (Before Mr. Warden Ghnrtara.) II Btav THOMAS akd Altbbd Nkiuov t>. Abthoa MuBPBY, Hi). AxLKUTT AND OtHBRS. Mr. Bowker appeared fur pluiutiff*, Mr. Carter for defendants, Allnutt and Murphy. Mr* Hialioo roprewnted Mr. Molindone under & power of attorney. The plaint set forth-Th^t I hoy sued defend ants for that in consideration that they plaintiffs would buy a three thirty'Second share in the jlainbow ''No. 2 North from Arthur Murphy at a price agreed upon that a transfer would be made in a reasonable time j that plaintiffs had bought (lie Gbareattbe price agreed upon and fulfilled all other conditions, yet the defendants did nrt j transfer the claim: tbe plaintiff*, therefore, prayed that Arthur Murphy, .Richard Allnutt, I and all others clam ingby them should bo decreed -first, to transfer tli* share, and determine j what share Arthur Murphy and and all others had on the 12th July, 1676, and also to deter- ! nsine what shtwe or interest in the...

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Farewell Supper to Mr. Hodgkinson. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

Farewell Supper to Mr. Hodgkinson On Wednesday evening a goodly company, chicfly residents in Uilichestcr, with A few Towers people, assembled nt Hishon's hotel lo celebrate, in the usual way. the arrival nod de pirture or Mr. W. O. Hodgkinsin on bis exp?di< li.m trip to the far Weal. There were about sixty persons present, and (he proceeding* were enlivened by song and recil^tiou-Mr. iiovd, a member of the expedition, ULktag the lead in tta co MO line, and setting tbe table in a roar by his ix'tubuunt wit and humor. It is well that hi* el ay on those diggings is limited; if lie were allowed to run loose for a mootb here the Good Tenplars would become demoralised and their occupat ion gone. Mr. A. R. Carr, manager of the Bank of New Souili Wales, presided, and discharged the duties of chairman in ft very rUective and graceful manner, contributing him« self largely to the pleasant enjoyment of the ere/iing. Mr. Hubert, as vice-chair, was equally cfleotive. Host Hansford wa...

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MELBOURNE. October 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 23 October 1875

MELBOURNE. October 21, The weather is stormy. A man has been drowned in the bay from the capsizing of a boat. He was one of a crew. October 22. Thomas Chambers, who died last July, left in his will to the University a sum of money for prize essays on the subjects of lying, amoral   murder, and thieving, in connection with the matrimonial state. The University has refused the gift. The exploring party, under the command of Mr. Hodgkinson, left on Thursday for Dalrym- ple, with everything ship shape. In the small debts court on the 20th, Harvey and Co. v, Ah Foo, verdict for plaintiff £12 1s 2d. Pollock v McMillan, plaintiff non-suited. One case was settled and one struck out, there being no appearance, In the Millchester police-court on Thursday,   Annie Hansen, alias Clarke, was summoned by Jonathan F. Labatt for assault and battery,     and pleaded guilty. She was fined £1, profes- sional and court costs. In the Small Debts Court,...

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The Education Question in Ballarat. (From the Ballarat Courier of 28th ult.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

The Education Question in ? Ballarat. (Vram llio Sallarat Courier of SBth u!t.) . Tub ICilucitinn Act Iibb beet) sutjeoted to another ueaault. Two tb*u:ati4 per* bum a<-si'mli1i'd in St, Patrick's Cathedral, Stnrt ftrci't, on Tucfiluy evening, and uttered as many Utter tilings ncni;ist this measure o» the lienrt of tnan could prompt. It was dcsoriliBd as godless, tyrsonioal, and unjust-«s a voilntiou of the Old nnd New Ti'ftBinetits and as a di<pmcoful inter foronco ultn parental and. civil rights, . The _ propriety of the Honian Catholic* meeting together to denounce any mea fnre of wtiii'ii tiicy do not approve, we Very mriliiilly admit. They faro 'the Queen's liiyal subjects, equally with tlioie I'riitctlontu, wlm rc»p"ct hor jcrfon and olicy the lows tnndu in herdhrioj oonte qtlently they linvc the eameHjlhltO pri-ss tlicir opinions upon nuyp»rVoif tlie Ktuuite Hciolt-j us ,mv oilier eoctfnriof the propK We umke tbiB admission at the outset, hooouBo we are ...

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The Machines. NEVER DESPAIR No.[?] Queen going through. DEFIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

The Machines KEVEB DESPAIR No. .r Queen going through. DttFIAXClE. Tons Name of clui.»i Oz. dirt. gr SCO fit. Patrick block - - f>97fc 0 0 St. 1'o.irick s: ill jzoiitg through* EN*T£HPCISE. St. Patrick No. 2 stiil going through. MA.UY LOUISA.. Hmg up for tbo la»t- woek undergoing repairs. VENfcfi. 47 Piipunn p.c. .... 1$ 12. 0 f»l WVhingtun |».f, - . 49 10 0 2* Warrior lku) U 0 Zi No. 1 Mariin XjVO'>p» - 75 It) << Munin Lyji.b ji.e. and North Aus liau Mo. 3, ^oiog through. ONRAND-ALL Etfnhow No. 1 goii'j* through; thry linre filoppi'd carting and oxpri-t to finish crushing on Kuturdiy, (he tables louk well and a good rctuin b CI^COlC I.

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Correspondence. GOOD TEMPLARS V. SLY-GROG SELLING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE "NORTHERN MINER." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

Correspondence GOOD TEMPLARS V. SLY-GEOG BLTT-LING TO TUB KDITOU OF TNE " HDBTHEBH MHBB." 8iB,-Omitting *hc usual form of eBkfng spsm (or wy letter, 1 timply forward it for your peroral, mid, 'should you lliiuk fit to publish it, pleasQ . receive my thanks: In your issue of the 20th there appears ~m letter, written by *k A Good Templar, on the euljject jf i>)y»gr'ig Selling ill the Joeulity of *bp Moonstone, Bud hinting thai i£ Constable 6 worde takes the trouble to visit tb&t place, he-wiUHfind pcrsous Bulling grog on the sly. I fcol it my duty, as a member of the I.ftfl.T,, lo protect tiio Lodge here froui insult-wbtoh 1" consider it has received through '. G-. T." <|)nb» liehing that letter-* fVel really indignant, a..d I am extremely surprised tlmt'Soine other member of (he brotherhood hits not Jud « Bay OQ lb#' subject before this. Does "C.T." think that, beeanss he ifl a Go Templar, ho can *a> What* crer he liken P 1 beg lo differ witn bun, and. tell h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

SEEING MACHINES IMPORTANT FACTS. HOWI? M&OHINSS. The cclcbmtttd ffowo Machine standi \xn rlrallod'by any makers in the world. Why ? be ©use all ctlicr makers had to pax a royuttly to Howo for pirating ports of hie invontiou. The New FAMILY MACHINE, has been eo Altered and revised that it now gtnlids *' car excellence" orer any other tnakor. Its etucs exceed any other Machines by bousaudfl yearly. > Last year by 10,v00. Thus proving it beyond doubt to be the leading machine of the igcj making a beautiful stitch, and being free oi cog wheels aftd shaky links. How£8 family complete, £10. Howe's B, for ailoring and light leather work, £11. Howe's C, the champion boot closing mnohino, from £13. The SIKGEU'S FAMILY. Manufactured by the dinger's M. F.G. Co. lkware of imitations. All genuine machines made by Stager l««e tho trade medallion embedded on the arm. Reduced price, complete, Ouit "WHEELER and WILSON. TbG best spool machine in tho colony. CAUTIOK.-It has come to our know...

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Ravenswood Police Court. OCTOBER 19TH, 1875. Before F. CILL, E[?]., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

Rairenswood Police Court. OciOBBtt ISl'H, 1876. Biforc P. Cm, ICevJ Jatuc-J Willis was charged with horse-stealing. Oo«f ttbJc LiUl<\ ettilioncd at I'lUchcstc, tie nosed slut. lio knew prisoner; lie ulto fcneiv \Villifln Andrews, who reported 011 tbe I61I1 ol the police elation in MillcheFter, that his grey in are, branded thro# l'« ou near shoulder. with hU e»d* le aud bridta, wufi stolon from Tirvney's hotel, Charters Towers f in eouscqucncc of in* formal ion received, lie came to JUvenswaod ves* tenfay. and went in search of die innre; Uc found her at Die Hnvenswood Hotel; a iiitn named llenry \Vridding told him lie purehasw.1 ,lht* un-rw from Junius Willis tliut tnorninp fur £13, i-nd he Imd Ills receipt for Iter; IjC pave biui t c jfv-elj" t (produced)} he went iu fcurcli of prisoner nnd found bim in & roum olf tlie Critc.iou Uolfll s the door waa lockt-d from the ; he pot into the room by u back window; the p ieoner was on a bod, apparently sleeping] rons.«....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

WANTKi) to Purchase, n Light Draught Hone, rip-dray, and liarm-cg j complete or in parts. Apply, Office of tliie paper. Charters Towers Primary School. , WANTED two ASSISTANTS in tlieSchrol male or female.-Apply at once to Mr* O'IIaoak, at the school.-1\ O'ICANH. Hon. Soc. Charters Towers Primary School TENDEHSfor STUMPING and OLEAPIN'G tbo School RoBt-rro, will be rcceind by the undersigned (from whom further particular# may be obtained) up to 9 p.m.! on WEDNESDAY, Noreinber 8rd. .r. O KA NE, lion: Sec. Charters Towers Committee. THE Oeual Monthly Meeting of the tihovo Committee trill be hold at O'Ncil'e Dan O'Connell Hotel on TntutsuA? cveniug uextat 8 o'clock.-K. T. Jaiuson, Jlon. See. Charters Towers Hospital THE Annual General Meeting of Subscribers to the above Institution will be held in l bo Court House, MUlcUcslcr, on MOSD*Y, the Ut I Norcmbcr next, at 4 p.m. Business t To rcceirc Annual Heportnnd Slate* went of Receipts and Expenditure, jmd for the purpose of electing a Oo...

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Millchester Police Court. OCTOBER 21. Before C. S. DICKEN ESQ. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

Millchoster Police Court. OCROBR.A a. BIFOIF c. 8. IIICKUS ESQ.. r.IR. | J sines H'illis, on remand from Jiarcn«trf«oiJ, t wft« charged with hirecuv of a bridle and saddle, | the properiy ft WilJitiin Andrews. Willimii Andrews, licensed publican, residing i nt Millcbt-fcl.T, deposed : On tlx-' lot h intuit I WHS the owner of a sa.idl'.1 and bridle ; hadthem on a grey nnrc ntClurt^ra Towers on ibnf dar; I Igst tlietn j left tbcm in TiVniov'e stable uboul'S \ o'clock in the evening j iniBisCtl them abuut half* | jxist 7 ; hud not eeen I In* cmMlc or bri<ilc sine?. I TJ;o ne>p bcj*» Jcft Vw vouvK JJad ssvn « '? paddle and bridle outside the t-oun ., they are | th.» smne as tlioso ftxJen from Tieniov's si able ! with the rnaro ; be give theprismur nouuilio* i rity to ifraore. *eP, or dtajioso of thum lo %ny ! om<; tbo «udJJi? And bridle were worth nbjut ; £5 ; prjpo.u-r was remanded for or»e due | Tbo tame prisoner VAI then churned with f Lor.<p-fiov)...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1S75. The article wo publish from the BaHarat | Courier, oil tli<- recent demonstration of the Soman Catholic priesthood ut Ballavat, ahowB plainly the impolicy of expecting any moderation from tlie party ol' " Irreconcileabk'S." " No surrender," and .' Won possumus" arc their watch words, to no straight on to the universal enslave ment of tlie Imniftu race, mondly and intellectually, is their end and aim. and no means will be loft untried to accom plish thein. There is an apparent quietude now in this colony on the Education Question, but it is a delusive sigu of peace. The U tramontane p.irtv, defeated in Parliament, havo simply withdrawn their forces, and they are now preparing for a fresh «nd sharp campaign, such as wo see in progress in Victoria. We shonld not undervalue the power of the influences brought to bear against the ndv;iiico oi free institutions, and the liberation of the hum.au intellect fr-im the enslaving incubus of a sacerdotal t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 27 October 1875

H. J. W. BOWKER Slttorneg, Solicitor, proctor, <£OU* ] fecgancer, &t" Can be consulted daily at Hiehon'e Hotel, MlLLCHKSTBtt. H O. PUBCELL.| " M.D, & SURGIiuN, (Licenced under the Queensland llcdioal Board,) Eat BEHOVED from the Club Honso Hotel to W« new residence, nearly opposite the MuRonie Hall, MioM*#treet| wbcrc lie can be consulted cl&ily, J. A- Scharffenberg, Br. mea., PaTBlOlAM, SURGEON, At«i» A.OCOBCHEOB Duly qualified fit the Medical Board. CHABTEB8 TOWEB8. [A Caud,] JOHN O'FLYNN, ' MINING AGENT SHAREBROKER &o, (OficrcftktRainbom 6.&I.P.C.,Limited.) Hear U'iorney'e Mining Exchange Hotel. CHARTERS TOWERS. T. 8. Carter SOLICITOR Tiemer'e Mining Exchange Hotel. Charters J Toners. ' Manleod. & Co., GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Ccrtom Hoaie end Forwarding AgeMa, TOWifSVILLE. I. ALAND, *uotj©KEE« * mwmmw aseot KTKEB STBEET, Sbrrtporary Offices Hargrcaocf Motet, CHARTERS TOWEBS. A. W . J A B P E R , j 6ADDEBB & HABNE8S ...

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