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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

Thero s no limitatiolln to good. It pone trates all spheres, and pervades all domin ioos. its power and its principles are simply ditfusive. It is permetive and in vasive, with peace for its niss:on and healing on its wings. Not only is tichapps a staple article of trado in the United rdbtues, but it Ihas a largesale, and enjoys a high reputa tion in South Amrrics, Mexico, Chins, Coba, and other countries. Like the principle of good, it has some emlbodiment overywhere. AND Southi and East fBotrke Record, Published Every Friday ' Morning. S.asuonrTIons t. Thliree months, in advance, 2I 6d I on etedit, ..... · ,r . 39s 6d. Stx inontlis,: in advance, 6is t on credit, 7s. Twelvi moeIth, is da' , datce, 100 on credit. :......... .. . ...... ... S Is. Persons wishing to'become subscribers may do so by sending, their names in at any timeo to tills office. Those wishing to diseotnt. ue being sub. eribers teust give written notiee to that effect and pay up all rearas. Advertisements :-Twouen...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING A RACE-HORSE. Sydney, 9th May. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING A RACE-HORSE. (BY BLEOTRIO TELEGRAPH.) Sydney, 9th May. At the Criminal Sittings to-day, be fore Mr. Justice Windeyer, Williamn Roberts and John W. Stewart alina M'Gregor were indicted for enlawfully and maliciously wounding the race horse Terminus, the property of Mr. Dillion, of Hay. From the evidence it appeared that the horse hald once been the property of tiheprisoner Rolh«rts,but had been sold by auction after a Selling Race. Itwas purchased byMr.Dillion for £125, although Roberts had entered the value at £50. The prisoner Roberts had been for some timte very distant, and once or twice a quarrel had occurred between him and Dillion. On the day previous to the commission of the offence Roberts engaged the prisoner Stewart to take the horse to a place chosen and cut his throat, for which Roberts paid Stewart £10. Stewart turned informor, and do. scribed the whole transaction with great clearness. Roberts was found guilty, and sentenced to eight years' Impris...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial VICTORIA MARKET. May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

Commercial. VICTOI1JA IIAIlKlT. S.May 9. VeFetablel : Artichlinke, gronnd, 2d per l1) Iteus, 2d to 2id per lb, f Beet, Id to 21 per dozen C Irrots, (Ol to Ml per dozen buuclihe I anliflowers, 3s to 4s per dozen o arlic, to 4d per lb I.rtttuecs,lSd to Is peridozen ;, lMu.dlreools, 3dl to 5d per lh, * "': Co btlra 91d to Is ier tins' 'eas. 21 ato 23s lier lO0 b Polnttteei, 4sper ewt. ; Cabbages, l to2s per doi .Frit: Apple., 2Sto s per 'luhel FIgs, M? to 4d perdoz. .,- l'vars, 2d.to 3d per lh. ., -. Qullncs, 2s to Sa per hushel Leamons, 1a 6l to 24 lid per dozen, S'Water nielnns, 29 to 4s per dozie z -e Ornge~,'i. to aa Gd per case. Dairy Produce: Ilacen, 7d to 10d per lb S itter, Is to Is Qd per lb S hechise, 8d to lis per Ilb llmar, Sd to ld perlb. Ilens, 3s to 3ls d per pnir l'leown, 2s to 2 lid per peir . - ork,-4d to 7d per lb. ,.,...- ...1 n" " :b-obldito,' por pair'. , .'.,!,Y;; STurkLy#t, toala pcr|lrp - a

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A Chostly Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

Bh S. C. Three generations ago, in the old town of Malden, Mass, only a few miles out from Boston, lived an old man named Adam Greene, who had for many years suffered with a palsied 'affection of the legs, which utterly prevental him from walking, or from standing without help. lie caused a chair to be made, set on wheels, in which he could move himself about the house; pod in pleasant weather he could manage to navi gate it out of doors on smooth ground. He was the possessor of an ample fortune, so heo took life as easily as it could have possibly been taken under such circumstances. In his employ was a faithful old negro, large of frame, and strong of limb, named Simon,;wlhoe chief duty it was to attend upon his master, andito carry him in his arnm when it became necessary.that lhe should go where he could not roll, his chair. Also, when the invalid wished to visit distant parts of his farm, old Simon would take him in his arms. or upon' lie backl, and transport him to iand from t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILL NYE ON GO-AHEADITIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

BILLNYE ON ,GO-Ali1ADI TIV EN IiSS. -0 It is all right to keep up with; thl, procession, -.as- Isaiah has it,. but wo should avrail abruptness so far as pos sible. The momentum acquired byv somne of our' yound lpeople is truly alarming to an old man. Nothing stirs the blood of an old man's heart and makes his pulses fly like the gay and festive immediate girl and til wink of her soft blue eye. Abruptness in one of the peculiarities of our beauti ful climate. People get rich rapidly, bust simultaneously, get acquainted previously, and shoot immediately. They do not give that close and weari some study to important quietions tlhat Eastern people do. They jam ahead and do what they have to do early, and repent of it afterwards. It's a cold day when a man has to repent of a thing before he does it, and afterward ton. We are like the man who de cided to go, over into a pIsturell catch a hull by the nose, and yank his head off. The idea was so fraught with mirth that he lay down in the sa...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FATAL FIRE NEAR BEECHWORTH. SIX PERSONS BURNT TO DEATH. Beechworth, 6th May. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

FATAL FIRE NEAR BEECH- WORTH. SIX PERSONS BURNT TO DEATH. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Beechworth, 6th May. A most heartrending calamity oc- ourred at about three o'clock this morn- ing at Sutton, a small mining hamlet, situated near Hillsborough, and about fourteen miles from Beechworth. From the information brought to hand by Senior-constable Flook, of Yackandan- dah, it appears that shortly after three o'clock this morning, a boy and giirl, neither more than 9 years of age, the children of Jean Baptiste Coupion, a   Frenchman, roused a miner named M'Gill, residing about 300 yarts from   their house, and informed him that   their house was on fire, and that their father had carried them out of the burning house, and they thought that he had been burned to death while try- ing to save their mother. M'Gill quickly hastened to the spot, and was horrified at the harrowing spectacle which met his gaze. There lying to gether in the smouldering remains ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICAN MANNERS. THE CLAIMS OF MEN OF DIFFERENT NATIONALISTS UPON SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

AMERItiAAN MANNEHS. Tus CiLAIMS or Ma? oF DIFPFERENT NATIONALISTS UPON SOCIETY. The American claims, instinctively and implicilly, a natural and inborn right to the companionship, and, to a certainextent, the sympathy of whom soever he meets. This is his first claim upon society at large. The English man claims, as instinctively and im plicitly, a right to be left alone when ever ani wherever hle please. Go up to an Englishman in thie street and bluntly ask him the way to such and such a building, and he will reward the unprovoked onslaught upon his privacy withl the very coolest netonishedstures. ]lut if you preface your question with al " I beg you pardon" (sacknowledg. iag thereby thait you are asking a gratuitous favoul) lhe will answer you very civilly indeed, and even go out of his way to show you yours. A conl versation abruptly launched into an English railway carriage will probably be cut short at the outset Iby 'what strikes uIs Americans as very gratuit outly rude curtnes...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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INQUEST ON THE REMAINS. Beechworth, 7th May. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

INQUEST ON THE REMAINS. Beechworth, 7th May. Mr. Foster, P.M., held a magisterial inquiry at Sutton this afternoon on the remains of Jean Baptiste Coupin, aged 45 years; Rosina Coupin, his wife, aged 45 years; and Albert, aged 8 years; Louisa, aged about 7 years; Miary Rose, aged 3 years; and Frances Joseph, aged 1 year, children of the Coupins, the victims of the imelancholy calanisiy. The evidence of Dr Mueller, of Yackandandah, having been heard, Janmes M'Gill deposed that between two and three o'clock on Sunday morn- ing he was aroused by hearing a child calling his name. After lighting a candle he went out and saw Albert and Louisa Coupin. He asked them what they wanted, and the boy replied, "You." He asked, " What is the matter?" and the repy was, "Our   house is burnt." He 'then asked, " Where is your father !" and the boy replied, "He is burned, too. know   he is burned, because after he came out with Louisa he went in again to save my mother, and I...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

Grain & Produce Com ,pany... M'GTEGOR,O?"OCDlON , &' Co. == 82 BOUtRKE ,F8 8'I KET WEST, MeLaeoUitn., _ S" CtIVE-luconslgnments ol Grain- and Dai)ry Pmduce,. aiid ralkesladeeas?a thereon. - the Orain Sale It held every? ?TUSDAY' "at the Melbourne Corn ,xt-hange. q+', c bl, The Dairy-.Sales are held at-thesCom - pny's Roonms, 82 Bourke-street Weqt,-Mel. bourne, at it u.m on WtEDNeISiDAY'ind Cort. Sacks and Butter Casks Supplied. °IAERY C. ILDET O, I Ceneral Manager to the Company. M'LE AN BROS.i:& RIGG; lnm porterss - : -- =i J '3 [ HA RD,11) ??,.E and METAL '.MERCHANTS 6 ERLIZAItI TII' STttE T Ant COI.LINS LACIC, 13'I.+1"P R . O.. 3M ou 1 . Ant, -1c- t?iO?')Ult S'reltiWtE' WEST, . -----o J. F. Dunning & Co., Auctioneers & Pro.duce¢ Sales 5 Queen-stree Melbourne, A RI now prepared .tOt rcerve Ctees-, SButter, i':gs, lant; lioiey, Jamis, oultry, and Produen of.every d seriptiln, sale By Auetion; or Privately.i :,'i SAdvances n-de on Consignments...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

CO A CH IN G. .: ItOYAL MAIL 'i r" LINE OF COACHES YARLtA FItATR AND QUE. hNSTOWN , COAOCHE. : LeiM Globea Hotel, Swanstin-.trelet. daily .,IP, p:n,.,.b;yt'ay-oft Alphlineona.ilvakoe,: SIlaltdelbu., V ihllla. Kalllluarua Ground, I.S ton hlill, taltsln' Creek, Chrialtuas Sills. Leave oYarr Flats and Queenstown at 7 a.m. Eppin.g ceash leaves the' Globe lHotel daily at 3 p al. Messrs. KER R and Co. P'roprietoros .of., the - i EW. ANBURN B G to lnform the Inhabitantsl of Lily dle,' Yarra Flats, and .surroundin g dlitrlels, that they are now prepacrol to SUPPLYSAWN TIMBER Or any dimeasions and of the BES,,, T QUALITY":,. Delivered t',Yajra Flats, t .s a Lilydale,at tIs' per1't0lFul 't (iiaeim As, specially selected 'timbdr'for'Wheelw.igl? Purposes, at Ibs 6d per 100 Feelapersi 'tn1 i i If. Perrin our IJ yda e agenlt, i oen to recelvn' orders;''whlch' will menic?;wlth prompt attention: ^i''' .. l 's I l * 'A good supply of tliber., iilwayi kept In the yardas ajoining, the teehahit?lJlali ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

'SHIRE NOTICES. SHIRE of BULLEEN, ALTEItNA'TIVr TiNDlIIS will be re ceival by the Council of this Shire up to 3 o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, the 14th .IAY, for the Supply of 500 cubic yarns of blue metal, 3 Inch guage, from Ilent's Quarry. And for 700 yarIs of gray olelal, 3; inch gunge, frol tihe ohl Quarry, deiC Crek' 11111, for the Anderson's Creek mIailn road frou Juosmanll' bridge east. t wards. Speifltcations to he seen at the Sorreyor's offic, Templestowe road. The lowest or.any tender not necessarily accepted. THOMAS O'iRIEN, Shire Secretary. Office; Templestiwe, . 7th May, 1883. ;Tuesday, 29th May, 1883. Freehold Property, County of Evelyn; parish of Sutton, half-a t nile frontage to he the ain Yarra Flats read, about seven miles front Eltham. - 'IRATFORlD STIET'I.Eand CO. have received instructions -from Messrsa' Joe.ehasmp S Broes.' agents forJ the , owwer, lIr. A. B. Young, to bell by Public Auction at tile Eltham lnHotel, Kltham, on Fuesday, 29th May, 188.1, at 12 o'clock no...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 May 1883

MELROURNE STOCK REPORT. D. Lovolock and Co. report, May 8!: Psiry Stock.-the market last week was only moderately supplied, very few really goal cows forward, the demand for whichl still contains. `We sold up to £11 5as. Springers, to. £5 os0; dry cows, 30s, up wards. Pigs.-A slight improvement in prices of all classes. Calves still very scarce, no really good sorts forward. Stratford Strettle and Co. report Melbourne, 9th May. 1883. Fat Cattle.-Although 1,669 was the namber drawn, only 1,584 camoe hinto the yards, consisting principally of drafts from the Notth-Festern and Glppsland Distriets. 'PThe bulk was chiefly of middling and use. fll, with very few pals of really prime quality, and an extra supply of cows, The trade was well represented, and salen opened Iriskly at an advanlce of 16S, which was maintalned throughout. Quotations :-Beat bullocks made from £12 to £13.as ; good, £t1 to, £ll medium, £8 to 9 ; best cows, £8 to £9 15s; second, £6 10s to £7 10s ; me.liumt, £4 to £6....

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wanted a Governess. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

A low, narrow room-the single window curtained with coarse white mualiln-the floor covered by a scanty earpet-somehow the broad ,March sunahiue brought out every element of poverty in the abode of the poor widow and her daughter. "?'ution a little more coal, Amy I" said Mrs. Ardenhlam, shudderingly, drawing her shaievi closer around her frail figure,as sabe dropped her needle.work, "It Is bitterly cold this morning." I.An yobeye silenitly-yet she could not help noticingt how nearly the little stock of fdel was exhausted, and remembering how inIadequate their slender purse was to the replenilhment thereof, her heart sank a Ilittle. i, Only a little, though, foe Amy was not one of bthei desiiondlg kind. 'No-she was a sunshiny little creature, full of bright, in fectious hopefulness-and somehow, in that squalid:room, she seemed like a fresh iose blossoming In'i sandy desert I She was very pretty, with brown,' tender 'eyea, just the bshade of tlt,' heavy braids of .hair aiove-a smlll, c...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LITTLE GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

A LITTLP Gl N'TLEMAN.' - S Y IU. E. SANoGSTR.n Ills cap Is old, but his hair is gold, And ilis face is clear as the sky ; Andt whoever he meets, on lanes or streets, lIe looks him straight in the eye, With a fearlesas pride that has naught to hide Though he bowsslike a little knight, hQuelt~ debonair, to a lady fair, With a smile that is swift as light. Does his mother call I Not kite, or ball, Or the prettiest game, can stay Ilia eager feet as he hastes to greet' Whatever she means to say ; Andtheteachers depend on the little friend At school ia his place at nine, With his lesson learned and his good iharks earned," All ready to toe the line. I wonder If you have seen him tooee, This boy, whois 'nottoo hlig For a mooriilu kiss frobi iothlr'anl is, 'Who isn't a bit of a prig i i But gentle and strong, and the whole day As nierry ashboy can he; "A;gentleman, dears, in the cming years, And at present the boy for me. -Ijuiper's YouuoRPeopfe.','

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, 14th May, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

WIITTLESEA SHilRE COUNCILO O?ODINAtY, MONflfILY i MEWITING. i.Monday, 14th May, 1883. The ordinary - monthly meeting of t the above council met at the Council Chambers, Yan Yean, on Monday last, t the 14th inst. Present :-The Presi dent (Or. Willis) and Crs. Thomas, Johnston, Nelson, Morris, Reid, Bas sett, and Maf:shnll. The 'inutes of the previous meeting ?? ere read andr confirmed. '?-i ,~ .,t Olitn CO REsi' ONDeNCL, It ~ At the close of the first reading of the corres.pondence, Cr. Thomas pro 0 posed that, in consileration of the com mundication from Mr. Lovelock that he S'would hold a sale that day and his re quest that the Council would arrange m i matters so that the meeting would finish , ,earlyjo give the ,councillors a chance Sof atteniding, they postpone the con S? rig.i'gf of the correspondence and at once go'into' the business of opening the tenders and passing payments. Thin President pointed out the neces sily of some of the correspondence being , :dealt with immaedia...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAYS AND RUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

RAILWAYS AND RUIN. , The :following irather: startling news of falling values in Echuca, with res. .pect to property, is worthy- of notice; but though: this; depreciationi is to be deplored,. the traffic carried elsewihere has eziriched aiid enlirged bther places: -A co'rrespondent' writes :-" A? as? instance of what Government compet ing fiailure~s vill'do, or rather undo for a town, Ecduca may be cited as an un fortunate one. Properties there, which saveotiyeirs' ago were looked' upon :as v luable are now-almost worthless. It is no use for, the property holders to bolster up the place ; they have tried tll t too often. Public ,opinion, as 'al oin y aevery auction sULe OL mruoar, in the town, is marked and decided. Only in October last, at a sale of free. hold allotments situated in the very heart of the town, scarcelyone-tenth of the original cost was obtained. On the 16th inst., at a large sale of pro perties, which a few years since were o3nsidered the very best and most valo ab...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FIGHT FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

A FIGHT FOR CHILDREN. An u,aplication for a writ of Ihabeha corpse, which was madetobMr. Justice .Williams in chambers a few days since,, bylMr. Chambers'on -behalf of a Dane namiead Jens N'ielson, disclosed some extraordiniary ,facts. Fifteeni .years ago Jens Nielson married in Deimark,. and had Live children by his wife.' In' 1875 they 'emigrated, and settled down in ucklaiiid, New Zealand:. In'1881,' when the ,Government ,works in .Now, Zealand were nearlyl completed, and work was scuico, Nielson wait'"t Sydney to 'get empilodymit hin New South Wales, and returned to Auck landhshortly after to take his wife and children: witlhhim. i l :la short abso$ico from his wife had caustd aliboher mbai to iitidnelier to .elopio with him. .: On Neilion's return ho found his wife had gone and taken the children 4'ithliher. Neilson at once went to' work, aiid fdolud that his lvwife "and pAramour, Chialrh? ?lu'eler, had gonei to Victoria, andl settled down at Poowong, Gipps hland; Ile followed ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

TO CORRESPONDENTS..'- The utmost freedom conasitent with the public interest, will be allowed to corrspon dent qof all classes, but no communications oill under any ceculmstances be inserted, unless authenticated by the realndme and addbess of the writer, which will be regarded as strictly co/llentiul,? and lserfe s a guarantee o good .,ith. We cannot be held responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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HAV'REL WILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

IIAV'REL WILL. TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE EVELYN On5ERVEB. Dear Sir,--With your kind permission I will assure " lav'rel Will" that it is not for "hisband finding" o'fora "idaucingsaloon" that 1 advocato the building of a' mechanics' instituilt ani$ngao Ground. Do& "Hav'rol Will" for a moment suppose that because if young girls attend mechanics'.astitute entertainmuentsthey aro not' able to help their motiers in' home :duties. Srely, he does not exliect ousto be always at home and at work ;, if so I would remind him of i~e oid asayig that. "all worklamlno play makes Jack a dull boy," and so, likewise," iil work and no play makes Sal a dull girl.': lt does not stand to reasbn that because a man is a good dancer he will make a bad husbaud. Let me inform " Hav'rel Will" that bad can be oindo out of any thing by wokal peoploe, and that women's discerning powers roe not so dull as possibly he imagines na iot to be ablo% judige goodfrombad. Inhurging o'th' young menoof Kangaro;o Ground ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Mining News [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 18 May 1883

.Iinine s News SRixnwoon, Ringwood, 7th May..- Tho'smnall demand for antimlony ore ald its very low value in the larket lhus in ducetl the directors to Saesplnd operations nt the mine. All expenses have also bean stopped.,

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