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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

UNIONi Bx.N \; I)? i i'i' ".14x. PA fD C'UP t CxPJ I'L .. i '2 .iti,0OO h1ESiEtVU FUN ) ... ... £259,000. AL `XI):; k AGE.NCY. G .Li) HOU(C~i 1' A'T .I I;I.ldU~tLNi. PRIICES ('nraret Iate- ti Ili(.-r^ t Allowed orn Depoaits. and .I. P. IIAINI;1iUPGE, Agent. 0'o M 1 r It c I B A,N°IK OV AUST It A.- I..1 A ;ALEXANDRlA ImA1NCIf. , Tliis flnrteli is now Open (olt TII~ TRANSACTi( IN 0F GENERIAL BIANKING BUSINESS. ;~ QO jD PU C J 1I A SE.D; ii. NORMIAN I3BROOWNE, Managegr. Jully 16thl. 12Gs. R. D - I= · n -N -It I 1) 0 E. STvltti ON, ' 1Cct)CitX:UT. CC.., i"',RNT STRt ElT.- AI.TEXAAN A, -I'Ugi C VACCINA'l'`()t. GflATU1TOi .V A(:INATýION overy Tuesday, (ruin I0 to 1 n.'m. leddicpl frifer'c for thie Arimrrrlian Alliance An su ate arpnyof Ahlbeanienc R, YE1GUiSSOM h'us to sn"nonrr to the L.ppublic th It 1l ul t hn 1,ii-tien to 1'r.ctise it ProfOELevion inl AI' ,n Ion, an t may beI) Con~l ntto~l DAI)LY at tie Atin 1 lrl a IConutl. t'ntientg vlsit i1t" I· &itortest noti10 thlroughout a...

Publication Title: Alexandra Times
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The Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

We. pu,lslsh elsewhere: a: bnlance sheet of. the IHomeward fBound Prospecting Gold Mining Company, for the past. five months, showing n detailed statement of receipts and expenditure for that period. The amnount received ',n account of gold isL5l00) O Gd. The total workig e,:oxpenses, incluling registration under the Act, Icasing of the groutld. salaries, ?e., for the five months, amount to L1055 10ehd. Dividends during that p'.riod have'been paid lnmountingr to L4,788, and a balance is now in the bank to credit of L05 0Os 4d. Such ia the state of ftfairs on the eve of an important pro jecte:d change in the manangement.. The Melbourne shareholders, despite the in numerable instances of failure arising from foreign m:nitgeiemen t in other parts of Victoria, are resolved to have the matter in their own hands andi at their own doors. '1 lie management is, therefore, to be removed to beneath the congernal shade of the ' Verndah," and the readiest access to the share register is to lie a...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omn[?]a." TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

r.PtlnLwSenD tv1vr TI'Trr.sAv .?ND 'RDnYA ?MOttNNl:N? VertIo n VYnvcit Oannin." 'TI'ESDAY, NOV'EMBEl 3, ,18;8. -4----9-- a t , and , ?m ral ... ". On Sunday morning last our well-known totvwnsman, Mr Fletcher, mlit with a s.neo :vwh~at serious tncttlent. It appears that he,) .iii conipainy with Mtssi?'Fs KIelson and 1'rikiiio, wvere on tlhsir way to Mtlthitittt'r to Iltlnd the races; and had got abou't three milns ibeyond Yea when they canme upon an old mIan kangaroo on the road. They gave the n;riinal chalie; Mr Plet.cher taking the lead. i e I'L'heangiaoo had been heaided and turned twice, when MAr FlItcher's horse ran again,t it tree, by which hle was thrown violently ionthn ground, and was insensiblte for some tihme after his cornlpatrions rode up. Hle was :dthei couveyed blck to Yea7 and i,laced uadei' thOe cre of Mr Wheeler, the chemlist, and anmeesengr was sent off to Alexandra for ,Dr Fergu[son, wiht, on his arrival, said .thiit rio serious danrger was to beapprehendeld. 'Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

1 tscelInsaeoio,. HOMEWARD POUND PROSPEOTING GOLD MINING COMIPANY, (Registered.) From May 30th to October 31st, 1968. CltItrTS. - By Gold ... * : *. £5,00o 0 6 E XP1i (DITUIlE.- ', Wages ... £551 S Crushing ... 278 13:. 0 tores ... 46 12 7 Carting 43 11 7 1 Timber .1? .. 18 5 4 Blacksmithl . .. 7 7 0 Contracts ... ;,* 22 12 6 8untdrles ..4. "* 43 11. G Salaries ... ... 31 5 0 ` 1,055 10 2 Dividends ... .. ... .... 4.788 0 0 £11, 13 10 2 Balance at Bank ... ... 65 lo 4 .,,9O .0 0 G /rfiO LET.--Thi ofl 'e in ';:idoen Chis:.r' r: vcnc:pi d . .L by Alexandra Timeso. Apply to Mr Viht, - law . COLLARI YOU:: 10~-, QUCKil! I or the" Ilow Wow" mnant will erve you the trouble - ant1 Cxpl n)O. A Largo Variety of or.ry sezo nnd pattern now ON i bALE at 1tlCUIEY'SALREXANDitlAr N rLIBRARY. - r hereby give noticn that I intend applying to thel'resident of thle hloaird of lour' i:idl ViWorls, t under the 42nrd scction ct t he Auwlrtdii,; Landl .Act, 1865, for a licence to residl: e orr cultivalte 4...

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ALEXANDRA ROAD BOARD. Thursday, 29th October, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

ALEXAiNDR-A IIOAD BOARD. ----+-- Thursday, 29th October, 1868. Present: The Chairman (J. Peterkin, I.q;), Messrs Coster, Perkins, and Pendlebury. T'iie minutes of the previous ineeting were read and confirmed. COlI IISPOrNDENCE. From Australian Alliance Assurance Com pany, to Mr lHll, accepting his proposal as fidelity guaranteeo From Secretary of'MIans field Silie Council requesting co-operative Saseistanco of the Alexandra Road Board in getting the road from Mansfield to Benaila Iroclaimed a main rotld. From Mr Greig, naking fior ssistance in making surveys arnd taking levels. From George Whiting, offering premises to the Board. It t4ns moved. by Mr Coster, seconded by MIr Pn+dlebllt', " That the C!erk be author iced to supply the Surveyor with laborers to assiet in lcrl'ormring the surveys at lpresent in hand, under the anthority of the Board.' Carried. NMoved by Mr Pendlelolry, seconded by Mr Pe1terkin, " That the Clelk of the Board be instructed to acknowledge thile letter flo ...

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Original Poetry. A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

A DREJ.AM.. I hlada't dream, a curious dream; About the leathered tribhe ; 'My lit, I seize, nirl, if y-.ru pleanso ily dream I will describe. Weh,. then, a town (I'll put it down As in the Alpine region). [But I needn't go round abuut the blush like that;; you know very well where I mtean, so I will go on to. the next thing.] Tile birds were there, thronging the air, Anl making such a clatter TI:at I stood still surprised, until I'd see what was the matter. I soon nmtle out the featlter'dl rout Was but alowl convention. tIn fact, tihe Crow, which had been king of the: birds for the past year, was about to abdicate and the representatives of tie dltforoutorders were going, to eleot another king in his stead. So in my dream, the birds did scream, And were in such a flutter ; The various kinds made upl their minds, Their sentiments to itter. On kingship bunt, then eclnh one wont Into ta spacious chamber- [And all the other birds, whicht were nut repro- selltatives, flow aud rushed in ...

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MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

MAN S FIE LD. The last instalment of the apparatus, required for the construction of 'thb te!e graph station at Mansfield arrived by, coach on Tuesday morning. The Government have leased th, premises of Mr M'Kenzze for a term of five years, and we understand the assistant attached to the telegraph station at Jamiason is ordered to attend at Mansfield on the 9th instant for tho pur pose of taking charge of the new station. As the Shiro Council have guaranto3ed to cover any actual loss, and Mansfield being ti:- centre of a populous district, it is not improbable that til, present nnremnner:tive station at Jamieson will be uiscontinued. The new manse for the itnv. Father SI'Gillicnddy is being rapidly proceeded with. Mr" Kilgour is then contractor, and judging from several buildinigs in the town ship erected by this gentleman, we are con fident that the work will be satisfactorily performed, and when finished will form at additional ornament to the township. The inquiry by Superintende...

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MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs Chenery and Kitchen, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

MANSFIELD POIU.CI? COURT. (Bufore Mlessrs (JIheery and Kitchen, J.P's.) Police v. Lake : Felony, rtedhng a horse the property of one Penrose Novins. Pon rose INevins, a surveyor residing at Mans fiell, deposed to havmin lost a horse on or about the month of December, 1867. About six mnontlhs after missing the horse received informa:tion that the prisoner was seen riding the horse at Knowles' punt on the Goulbain river. Obtained a wVarrant at Mansfield about a month ago. Joeeph Chant, a stockman residing at ~il;llcr', Ponds, deposed to knowing the prisoner. Saw him about twelve months ago crossing the Goulburn, at Knowles' jrunt. Asked where lie got the horse, as the animal formerly beolonged to witness. lied told Netvins that Lake had his horse, Sill the horse to one Lingumn, who sold the lorse to 1evins. T. B. Jones, residing at Thornton, de. posed to seeing,, the prisoner riding the ihrse described as belonging to Nevine Asked prisoner where lie boun'iht tlih horse as the animal w...

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WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

WOOD'S POINT.. 4- (FROM OUR- OWN CORRiESPONDENT.) A special meeting of the Council was held, (o the 2(,ultirpo, rtvwhip h ,a rate o' two . shillings in the po6nd'on-nil ratenai~Ipr-perty-'' within the borough was made. On the 20th a second meeting was held to confirm the minutes of the former meeting. The Council have determined- to prevent,. if possible, the issue of a now lease to- the Alps Great Central Co. of three miles of tramway. At their last meeting the town clerk was directed to forwvard to- W. Witt Esq., M. L. A., und to It. S. Andersoi, AM. L. C., all petitions received by the Council, in the matter, with i request that the, Minister of Mines should be urged not to grantl such lease. The Franklin Q. M. C. washed up on Saturday last. the yield being 118oz. I. unlderstand tllt the stone from which this yield was obtained was left as refuse from the last crushing. The reef in the Leviathan G; M. Co.,. Black River, is still onrrying splendid coarse gold, giving good asrsuran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

Mi?t ical. FREEMAN'S CI0LOI101YN E. T T HE ORIGINAL CIILOIODYNE. invented by HIICIIAitD) FIItEIMAN,llpharmecutist, is one of the greatest discoveries of theilt present age, and is largely used by the moset eminent medlical men in hospital and private practice, in all parts ot the globe. It rapidly relieves pain from whatever cause, allays the irritation of fev ,r, soothes the , vstern under ex hausting diseases, and gives sleep rithout produc ing the distressing symptotla which ariase rom the use of opiates. Cousumption, coughs, cold, influenza, bronchitis, asthma, Iooping cough, diarrhlumi, dysantery,cholera spasms, cramps, rheumatism, gout, &c, &c.n.nediataly relicyed nad tn mnt ca"eecatr sid. , :,.. " l StC:.fcluglvc vtdidctis of tl. valuc f It in cholera, diarrhcea, and dysentery is atlorded by the following from the Right Honorable Earl Russell, who graci ously transmitted it to the inventor of Chlorodyne. Mr i. Freeman, and to the Royal College of Physl cians o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

fl.4CE1L1r. LVCO *M. K'E LSON'S JUNCTION HIIOTEL, JiA3MIE.ON. TO IT. K,:LSON. "'rELpri itor of the above .1 hotel, oegs to ih;-ufr hi4 I riend . and the 1'nh'i' that he is Iprp c. "t . r ::vI rnodation a"tjli to anlly house in ti.. ran:!t.es. IVt'l?e anid 8Lprittr o4. Z; Finvest Quality. GOOD S'T AILLING. J,,r e.!,led one of Alh ,,'ka b.et BILLIARD IMP' E 1t IAL Ii OTEL, Jatuioan. _J DOBUB, proprietor of the above Hotel, begs to i inform his frieOds arid the: pablic that he is preparcd to offer the BEST ACCOMMO) 0 ATION at the LOWEST CHAIGE. WINES. SPIRITI'l, ALES. &c., Of the Lest (Quality. TTIURSTON'S BILLI, IAIRD.TABLE Free of Charge. GOOD STALING ; Next house to theTunction Hotel, Booking (Itco for Ifobertoun and Co.'s Coaches TIHE OLD REEFERS' HOTEL, WVOOD'I POINT (JOHN FELIX, PROPRIETOR), A F'ORDS to VIS'I'TORS the most comfortable .&l. accommodatitn and the best table in the ranges. EXTENSIVE STABLES, Fine Clean Horse feed, and thorough grooming. Splendid Bill...

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MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 28th October, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 3 November 1868

MANSFIELD SIL it I COUNCIL. Saturday, 28th October, 1806. This was an adjourned ordinary meeting of the Council. lhe members present were J. P. Rowe, Esq. (Pro3idtnt), and Ora. Kitchen and Baldry. 'The following cnrrepond;,nco was rend: -From Whitelaw and Co., asking the Council to publish their advertisements in the Alexandra Times. It was decided to postpone th.lconsideration of this application for a full meeting, and the Secectury was instructed in the moan time to write to Messrs Whitelaw and Co. asking them to state the price they propose to charge for advertis ing. 1'iom Mr James Sherring, complain - ing of the want of police protection at Dry Creek, and asking the Council to again make application to. the Chief Commissioner of Police, for the appointment of a constable to be located in that place. -: The Secretary- was 'directed to communicate wit' Captain Stan dish, stating tlht. the Council had receivedl a letter on the subject,. and embodying the substance of the" letter ...

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Alexandra Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING "Veritas Vincit Omnia." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1868. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

FUBLISICED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MOR'ING "-Verltam VinciS Omnsla." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1868. ecaI anut eucral rate. It will be seen by reference to our adver tising columns, that it is the intention of the lately formed Musica! Union, ,essist ed by several ladies and gentlemen of the township, to give an entertninment consisting of vocal and instrumental music, readings, &c., on Tuesday evening next, at the Corner Hotel, in aid of our local charities, viz., the hospital building fund, and a fund for fencing in the cemetery. There can be no occasion for comment from us as to the desirability of erecting a house of refuge fob our sick and helpless fellow creatures, or the necessity of enclosing the local burying ground which has been so long time overlooked, as we have so often urged their importance on our readers, and we feel assured that a perusal of the carefully selected programme which has been given to the public will, of itself, be sufficient to ensure a large atten...

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YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

YE A. The place that bears this name is a slow, steady, quiet, respectable little country village. Time has given a mellowv appear ance to all the buildings of the place, and no attempt has been made to erect more than one house at once. There is no im mediate danger of the township outgrowing its strength. In addition to the three respect able hotels already established, a fourth, and very extensive one is about being completed. Mr M'Leich, the proprietor of the building, is one of the ancient inhabitants of Yea. lie is known as a slow but sure canny Scotch man, who never does anything in a hurry, and this may account for the time it has taken to erect the new hotel which was started over twelvemonths ago, and may be finished in the course of three months more at the present progress. However, when it is completed it will be a credit to the builder and an ornament to the towtnship. The Court-house is a neat building, and nicely fitted up inside. There is not much business transacte...

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READINGS, RECITATIONS, AND MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

R?ADINGS, RECITATIONS, AND MUSIO. One of the large rooms in the new build ing erectedby Mr Leich was densely crowded on Friday evening last by a respectable audience, to bear readings, recitations, and music, the admission being one shilling, the proceeds to be devoted to paying" off a debt on the Church of England harmomum, at Yea, W. Ker, Esq, J.P, in the chair. The chairman briefly explained the object of the meeting. Harmony in a church he con sidered of the greatest importance. John Wesley had properly remarked that he could not see why the Devil should have all the good music to himself. The harmonium was a great assistance in church music, and as~they had got a good harmonium they should see that it was paid for. The object of the entertainment that evening was to assist in paying off the debt due on the harmonium. " Come where my love lies Dreaming" was sung by a lady and gentleman," " Have I faith in one another". was very effectively recited by Mr" Tomkin. "LRock me to sle...

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HIGINBOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

HIINIOTHASL. This district is rapidly springing into impor tance, and promises ere long to become an important reefing locality. About three miles on tie Yea side of the township a new reef wts found about two weeks ago; it has been cdlled the" George Higinbotham." The roof on the surface is about two feot wide, and shows gold throughout the stone wherever it is broken. We imagine it will produce about ten ounces to the ton. The Sadjoining claim has been christened the " James Macpherson Grunt," and No. 3 North is named the " Constitutionalist," to represmnt the opposition party. Tilhe pros pectors-ofthe reef' are Messrs Westcott, Leich, Robert and Daniel M'Leay. The country in this quarter is very mountainous, and may be considered as the commencement of the Wood's Point district. 'Ihe reefs are numerous and the prospectors few.

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GAFFNEY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

GAFFN?EY'S CREEK. Al Castle Reef.-The tributers have taken this claim for two years, and will be crush ing in about a week or ten days. Castle Prospecting claim has been let on tribute to Yates and Co. By a new drive the reef has been reached, and a quantity of stuffis now ready for crushing. The mill will be at work on this stone in about a fortnight. The Great Eastern got 30 oz from 90 hours' crushing. This is the claim which was supposed to be a rank duffer, and only fit to be wound up by a rotten colonial parliamentary act. Lauraville washed up last Friday. The yield was 6 dwt per ton, which pays well even although the mill is only at work during the day. When the reef has been opened out from the drive tunnel this claim will pay good dividends. Eldorado Company, Lyre Bird reef, had four days' crushing , the result being 34 oz of gold. The tributers are getting out fine stuff from this claim. The Wallaby is to be let on tribute to Mr Dillinger, who will put me, on to work at his...

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ALEXANDRA WARDEN'S COURT. (Before the Warden, A. P. Akehurst, Esq.) Thursday, November 5th, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

ALEXAND.1 A. WARDEN'S COURT. -4--- (Before the Warden, A. P. Akohurst, Esq.) Thursday, November 5th, 1808. O'Sullivan and others v. Clarke and others: Messrs Smith and Emerson for plaintitfl, Messrs 1\'Fairland and Coster for defendants.. Mr Smith, in opening the case, said the complainants applied for certain land said to be illegally held by defendants. It appeared that Thomas Clarko originally marked out and rcgistered the ground as a quartz tunnel ling claim-a thing unknown in, the now Ileechworth bye-laws. That he had not trenched the ground in compliance with the bye-laws, and was therefore in unlawful pos session of Crown lands. His clients finding that the land was forfeitable, had taken it up. Befobre calling witnesses he would ti state three points. 1st. Not available for L mining purposes, being already in legal possession of a third person. 2nd. The i registration was a quartz tunnelling claim- a a thing unknown. 3rd. The ground so c taken up) was not pegged and trenched...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

MIXCELLAN EOU1J. rL------ -I KELSON1r'S JUNCTION HOTEL, :JAMIJIEON. T II. ICELSON. Prepriltor of the above 1 hobol, bees to i:srm hi% Friends and the 1' h v:i that hi is rflpare' Io r di-C r accomniodation I q.lI to any house inl the range s. Wise. ants Apirlts .rC tCie Flnest Quality. GOO D STABLING. Jost tdided one of Alco'uk's best BILLIARD TAI)LElS-Quite New. I MPE' I RTAL HOT EL. Jaminren. g DOuBB, proprietor fI thII above lIotel, begs to " inform his friends and the public that he is prepared to nff r the BEST ACCU31MI)DA'FION at the LOWEST CIIHA li E. WINES, SPILITr4N ALES. &o., Of the Best Quality. T URSTON'S BILLIAItD-TABILE Free of Charge. GOOD 'STABLING S Next house to tlheJunction Ilotel. Booking Ofliceo for llobertson and Co.'s Coaches T If I, 0 L 1) REEFERYS' EOTEL, WOOI ',C POINT (JOHN FELX,I PIOPIIETOR), A 1FOIIDS to VI.I'T'(llLS the maIt comfortilable acemmodatiol aIfnd the btut table in the ranges. EXTENSIVE 1 TABLIES, Fine Clean [torso feedl, and througli ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra Times — 6 November 1868

]liscellane os. ALFRED GOLD MINING COMPANY, (Registered.) THE time for receiving tenders fur working on tribute the above Company's ground will be extended until Monday. 23rd November next. Dated this 20th day of October, 1868. JOHN BIRANCII, Manager. TUE ADVEN'IURE Q. AM. Co. (Registered , ANNABELLA ItEEF, ALEXANDRA. FXTRAORDINARY MEETING. A N EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of the above Company will be held on Wednesday, the Ilth November, 1868, at the Company's Office, Alexandra, at 7 o'clock in the evening. Business :-To Appoint a Board of Directors, and to adopt Rules and Deed of Association. W. E- BARNES, Manager. Dated at Alexandra. this 22nd day of October 1668. N:.O T IC 1 E. T ENDERS will be received for the erection of a Schoolhouse with the necessary furniture and out-offices at the Broken River, near Mansfield, up to the 20th of November, 1868. Plans, &c., can be seen on application to it. O. B. Ulicksun, the Lodge, Broken Rivcr. The lowest or any tender will not necessar...

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