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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

% Properties for Sale. YACLAMAH STATION, of 20.000 acres, 2r,0 ? FIca-l oi' Cnltle. ICO Froohold Land, and ?35 C.P. most of which is fcnccd. Station o£ S000 acres, 2fl00 sliccp, -50 head o£ cattle, iu tbe Monaro District. JFarin of 1700 acres. /Oaa of tlic choiccst pro perties in the Bega I'ifitiict, witli all necessary improvements for dairying or fattening. ? Dairy Farm jtMT/Licits. with cattle (40 head) (lain and fandinyiem|uts, &c. Diary F.-fc mftf ]Vop strcs, with all . necessary buildings foYTNok domes. Farm of 330 iwres (freehold). A splendid property. \ ; 040 Acres (C.P.) Jen District, fcaped and otherwise improved. \ , » ?? C58 Acrcs C.P. subdivided into^thrc^ farms,', any one of which can be sold sepbr-VChv, { ' . 160 acres,1 with cottagfe, fcnccd;, &d, near Be.e.i. ' 1 ' \ V : . \ 40 acres, three miles *—111 llrjr \ \' ' ' Ako several Town Properties. \ J'or full particulars apply lo V / . G. HASI.IKGDRj^. On Sale by/the Undersigned,'.. M A 1 BARUiY, OATS,...

TANJA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

T A N J A. | rFnoii our CoeeespoM Really, now, Mr. Editor, fty;' six weeks have passed since tlMt'ar ragauda could bo. crossed in Kvitli Bafoty or comfort. Aud yet, ol not wanted I The ground is now Btbat a few hours' raiu necessitates ? the ferry boat; and, although flyho nience, yet, the outlay of 2s. ;age to and fro is a consideration, den grievous to be borne by those i to toil hard for daily bread. I hear that business has be- t iu Bega ; do the storekeepers uo ielr interests are involved iu i a steady stream of communicat the xown ana ouuying locanuei .ega people ore bound to take i dgo question, and push it to its If me.! Here, wo are few, and scatter our just demands upon tho publio not endorsed by those who ha1 , or J more to gain, or lose, than we 1 aen I can only say that Bega m ess are less shrewd than they wc be called-, Tho Bega people ow u- selveM» got this bridge bui it willlii.it be built without the - in- 6iderable pressure, it behoves to go to work and try what ra...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

V IfHATfKS. ~ Vjj| I M tTd(ifc ,y Bilicere tbanfe to, tbe- V to fMrre- r./Moorhead Sg7 1 fune^fXXfseTtr6 readere-! at th& 1 ? ? EDWARp LONGu 1

OUR TELEGRAM SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

OUR TELEgT ('From our Telegraphic Coj) j SYDfl The Marine Board commeifcr as to the loss of the Monard journedfor an indefinite ti production of witnesses. | The Assembly last nightfc discussion camea me imr - Land Bill). The division -w three, the noes being Mes Copeland, O'Connor. The ! to the Upper House. The ' Bill was read a first time, -n to the Government to appo the Supreme Court for a months. The Influx of nals Bill was read a first sideration of the Estimates no progress was made. The Suez mail steamer T Albany yesteiflay, five da contract time. Mr. Copeland gave notice vide for the protection of g for one month during the £ 'hlia WnnfiTYt ftf flia AimItip fcompa/iied by her mother a mothdr of the boy Metcol Lieutenant Governor yestei for mercy on behalf of th Excellency promised to b matter to the Executive on. The Torres Straits mail town yesterday. Wool sales brisk; good equal to late rates. The Hon. E. Buttler's funeral yesterday ?was lai'gely attended by all professio...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

jTo^Let. pREMISES ni AdcKLAND-STREEr sTORpqeBtAi mlOTMvH 1116 cash; biOKES. Also (SthrtmET at the rear. Apply to Jr. JRjMSTRONG Or toj V ' j W. NEILLEY, J Auckland-street. To OwnerspfPat Pigs. ^ASLING^fflN ^Jiega to inform; Owners «Wat/^s that he has or- i The to Re- ^ ceive Papiteffovtiur above, in niwhMA ! at Mrs. Studderjs Catt^g^,. ;' ' ' ?'-. . m » k I f, I 2 H- TAYLOR. 1 A Rare Chanee. FOR SALE-a Selection of 120 Acres, upwards of 60 Acres being FlatJeanal tck the best Bega River Soil ; six acres -i| Xbic^ is cleared and in Corn Crop. 3ta. sefeptet can be in creased by *00 acres ^)Q&gii6Wg land, and has a permanent c«ecLof-flHoIass water running I ^U^»^abm^^reliaMe For terms and psfrtilulais apply to L.rJ. O'TOOLE, » Produce Stores, T- ? . t - Aacklaad-st. ~ TojBuilders- ENDERS are I invited for IMPROVE-' MENTS and REPAIRS to the PUB LIC SCHOOL j iUILDINGS at Panbula, near Wyndhain. * Ebresh Plifi/sj a ia ^i^cid:atioBfi may bo ' seen on applMc i .tSFffi H. Baddeley, Es...

COMMUTATION OF THE CRIMINALS' SENTENCES. SYDNEY, 13th June, 5.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

COHMGTaWoN OF THE CRIMINALS' : ? ' SENTENCES. , SYDNEY, 13th June, 5.10 p.p*. Tho sentences of the condemned cnminais j have been commuted to imprisonment tor life. ? ? ? I ' r LONDON, June 11. Tlis (-(Men wedding ot tue 1 Germany. has beed celebrated wrtbjrgUi festivities. .? The Prince of Orange Sg Russia has preBtmtod Bulgaria* ^ steamers to Go°vern|^ haa beBn appointed aViu!11! c?nference »s now sittiDgi ! ?Jlitli Wales is not represented. ' market firm; active demand

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

M ARMAGH. RAMSEY.— JOHNSON.— By tic Revd. J, E. Carrthere, Wcsley.m ^MiiJhUs', Thomas, youngest son of the I « Imnrns Ramsey, Glouall, Irvinestown, UcLmitA Hermanagh, Ireland, to Lydia A.' Johas -n, second daughter of James S. Joburou, Oaledon, County Tyrone, Ireland. \ D iAlA' . LONG.— 'At Derinag i, of V tie 8tb June, in childbirth, Elizt tho ucliveil wile of Edward Long, A True to our Principles. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1879

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The Dombdla Herald reproduces 'A Sbip fhea31Bt 1 aPP.oared 'c '»r issue of the 31Pt Jliuio, and in a ],;»di„g arti{.,9 fctiongly advocates the Eden rail Mayor trmn :2J?n a'd tliaf Bombala should 30111 Bega aud Eden heart and hM„d in me uuaertakio^, ? The Queensland Government, finding that in'6/ c®!'10t.'n'?,k,u botl1 e,ld8 meet, have gone I in for ihe sensible reuiedy of reh-cncliinLit instead of following the idea that nsuiillvoli-' . cases' 'ori'owiug money or lev v- nnfi iBXes' *'! tfle civil sorvice, the police, and among the laborers in the Go vernmeiit pay, the pruning knife has been used with no sparing hand, aud the ministers who have had the conragi thus to face a national diflieulty of course have come in for a good share of abuse. r ' asniania the proposed Property Tax tt ?„ Himosc unanimously hy the counselli ng0' tl,e 8»w..n?nt \vore counselled to reduce expenditure in pl„ce of was last seen goi, i- towards hi, vessel i„ a state of drunkenness At Iho ts-i...

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 13,1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

METEOSOLOGICAL REPORT FOX THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 13,1879. MoNiH.. m'™' I MlN- I Ra,n- I Tu.ne 7 '^C6 !H 0 „ 8 57 27 0 „ 0 65 31 0 „ 10 50 32 0 „ 11 56 32 0 „ 18 66 88 U _ „ 13 | ? 58 ? 1 88 10 Moan Temperature for tho week, 44.1 Rainfall for tho week, nil. 1 R. M. BROAD.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

Bega Agricultural and £^stora^H Society. ASifEi?u 7i e^SRAL MEETING be held s t tbddoarthoaseoQ TUESDAY oH sh^li ' a] J'tT to consider what sterw iB S /? .T^r''8 ''strict represeate^ ^Hj at the Internalional/Hxbibitron. The New Ceftificsftc& obtained by Mr. Kenison m Svdney will be distributed- on. that occaSro. ? ? v| Wm. NEILLEi.% Hon. Sec. lioyai Prince Alfred Ltx^e- . 1 SUMMONED MEEIIl'G. ' 1 ^feDibeTO ai'i reminded that their- 1 Prompt Paymeift lufpol ti vc . te be 'VNV wtT^caffe afte' WhiCh' ' ? ? ^ ' Secretary. Wanted. WTppE,^0iMT APPRENTtCE K/S E SJXFV '' ? ? 'Saddler^ Car;--street. . . , V®^ted- A xkSiT' If EUltable also for Tliat lieq^d)0^fe!'i' MUSt ^ Quict liEyj. W JCABKUrflEIfS, ? ? ? |__2 ? ' Bega. I lost. , T J° t °,'.'ETN 31' H'E pE-VDANT, for- ' -LJ ^ attli Lhufu. l|e ,-3^ 0H retmn to - t T. II . ROBERTS, ,v ? \ ffippt-streefc. 'r'

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

Church Services. Church of England. DIVINE SERVICE will be held at 8t. John's ficgn, every Sunday Mnrnmg anil K»! liug. linly Communion on tbe First Sunday ii. Every llu.itb. TS^ptianiH tvory Sunday, at. 3 p.m KAliF.liUKA PARISH. June 15. — Knmi'iuka 11 a.iii. , Colombo 3.3Q p.m. June 22 — Wulmn'n, 1 1 a.i,.. ; f.iiibula, 3.30 p.m. Catholic. MASS will be ce!obrut,od en SaudRy, as under : — June 15. — Eden. .1 uue 22— Candclo. Wesley an. -b-yTVTNI t. K.,'.iivrrr-n! ...ill l.„ i,„i.i f„v.\ i,v JL/ RbV. J. B. CalTlltlllTH BB follows: — Juno IS — Bogn, 11 n.m. and 7 pm. — Sacramcnt after morning service. June 22 — Cobargo, 1 1 a.m. ; Bivgo, 3 p.m. ; Bega, 7 p.m. _ Presbyterian. rTIHE llev, W. Baker will (n.v,) preach (L on Sunday':— June 13— Bega, 11 a,m. and J3rogo, 3.30 p.m. — A collection for Missions. Eileli District. J mio 15.— Eden 11 a.m. ati-! 7 p.m. Juno 22. — Lochinl 11 a.m. ; Paiiulila 3 p.m. ; M'orinibula 7 p.m.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

- 1 - illawarra Steam* Uavigv -'??-'v Wi-- ?' unit- .ifcsiiiriri't-aif )zf£tiii i . '? ; ? .i; '???:; ;o- ™ :,. ^'^.-^- ; ;Bi^^kly^Steame^ B^Jsraeii E ?i ;:Merimbuia,s UJatliwrand Ec x^:- .. ?_ /#.h* #str ;»«' £smrr. r ' ;' ' -Vj i-; ^I^HE HCNffflUEi/a^ftUier: Stearat g : ^ ?'-?:???- I:,3SrDNE7fAKA|ffiRA,SfflKW - 1/ .' ».m., m-1 urpiug- on yFRXI^AY^ .- ?'?*? .... ..jJA FBKS«ad,Frcigtit9,ji^-^c^;'Ratei .C : ' ; jl ? ? /?serimtfula, Mr. . A- X. G113SQfc^:-at mffifcim-: . if-, v - t-.V ;.?; ^^^^^^Directory. ? y.'Ti ?' _ ^SKINfiDESS v} -yfj is E H. X'. \M . ? '.; I/.'|.*!! ' .'-uttttt k^uC& STREET. '? - CHURCH -STBET5T; 10. Berne and Co'*), J Builds &'e'f--. ,.r, f H1 I Tdbaoutog ngjrf ™ ™^E ' A® i 60°' /Ire Cash J pAjjs^l l^^^lSTour ; ? : -'|feS^P?^aUtee ' ^®^prompt«tfeDtibn. ,a ? i^71f00x7~~' fcfeT#'«*r sstxr1 gy|L-f-»taug#l^l^7'): gGHJiBuiDUE. 0 C ?J'VV stock and Sfatioti Agent., Sydney. , k ^TiiTBlBER^iM^K§pE]? ? '? *®f N . and Tn^lM-W^0EKE ' — GIPPS^TiJEET, BEGA... ...

OUR MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

OUR MEM3JEE3. — (By our Panbula Correspondent.') Do we really live in the latter part of the nineteenth century — the age of progress, the age of reason, of advanced ideas, and an age in which a British subject can giye expres sion to his thpughts in speech that sixty years ago would have cost him his head. We in the bush have still the terrors of our flnlnniol Vonranf in * liorxrino ntrav ,ir occasionally sco it put in operation, by which Act one cannot indulge in an acrimonious tattle of words or have the luxury of calling his opponent a liar without being pounced upon and severely fined or imprisoned. Not so our honorables of the House of Assembly. In the nam&of ail that's moral, what is meant by'parlWnentary privilege ? Does it mean an undefined latitude given to mem bers fur the purpose of abusiug one another in language which would not be tolerated among a mob of inebiiated navvies without causing broken heads ? Have very many of our members bid fareweffiio anB®^ . ter...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

Held Oveu.— Police and Laud Court re ports, exhibition telegram, aud other reading matter. Stoxf.v Cheek School — Tho contractor for tho r.mv buildings, Mr. P. Manning, lias made good, progress aud oxpoets to have all ready iu a few weeks. TJio buildings will bo w,il 1 n ;1 n 1 1 '.r. il fnti fli n nlivnnnn. flio cifn ution will onablo a larger number of children to get to soliooL . Wheckkrs at Wo/us.— A story is told of luo wreckers in Cornwall. A eliip was re ported as comiug ashore on a Sunday when nil hands were at churoli. The clergyman ni9iag his cougrogallou about to make a general rush, called out for theui to wait, that he hud something important to say to tbeui. Ho quietly slipped off his gown, gained the floor of tho church, aud said, ' now then boys, lot us all start fair I Tho Cornwall wreckers may have been bad enough, but for deliberate and wholesale pluudcr we can safely back the crowd that gathored round the spot where the illfated Monaro went ashoie. It seems that ...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

be&a post-office. arbival and dispatch OF MAILS, j AIiniVAI.S. Svdnev via Ooulburu, linud- 1 lJany, v, u 'wood. Moruyr, Kurobodalla, , days excepted) C'jbai'go ami Brogo. JalSp.m. Knmovuka. Onudclo. Mogilla ; i Mondays, Colombo and Monaro, via - 7.J10 a.m. Ttntawanglo. ' Kameruka, Candelo, and Col- 1 Tliur-dayf, 0111 bo. 1 ' 1 . Eden, Panbula. Towamba, I Tuesday a™ Merimbula, and Wolumla, | l'liday, A p.m Monnro, via Wyndham aud I Tuesday, at Panbuln, J P,ra' Monaro. via Colombo, and 1 [Sunday, at C.30 TCumbugga, I P'D1' „„ ,-KT„,„„„cn 1 Tuesday, 10.30 iuuju ^ a-ra The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega via Tatlira 011 Wednesday or Thursday. ? ? DEPARTURES. „ia B1020. Cobargo, ] Daily, (Thur-;- ' iMir'obodalla, Moriiva, Braid- - days exceiitea', wood, aud Goulburn, 1 at 1 1 ..10 a.m. Kameruka, Candelo. nnd Mo- 1 Mondays, 9,:!0 gilla ; aud Monara via Tan- - a.m. | tawanclo, ' Kamcuka and Candelo; and ] Thursday, at Monaro via Colombo, I J-''' am Wolumla. Merimbula, Panbula j Sunday...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

[?] BEGA VETEMNAB-Y FORGE. rriHK UNDEu4i/NEY) 'have much pleasnrein 1 informing ti»%}bitants of Beea nnd the Surrounding ? that they have The OLD SHOP next Mr. Quaines?, where .they«jll be in a Position to do ALL KIND9^o®8LA.CKSMITHING WORK \ jL flt tlie | .LOWIstylJOSSIBLE PRICE- ™ aud tbe l'ubiic Jay depend upon their ?Ul ENDEAVOURS to give SATISt ACTION. Thcv have also made ajrineemcnts by which tnnmfture Double Furrow Ploughs or 'any other Agricultural Im plements from Sydney at Wholesale Prices. Their Experience in such will ue a Guarantee that they will give satisfaction. A. Supply of Ploughs, Harrows, Scufflers, fiH!., Always on Hand or Made to Order. P. M'DONALD & CO. labour Wgency. i T the REQDE&jT jof EMPLOYEES of A LABOR, 1 linrojarranged to negotiate tovecu Employers and those seeking ernploy Piiutcd Forms of Agreement Supplied. G. HAILING DEN, Aucponeer, PIANO. ri^HE CNDEBSIGNElf is prCrf.«-a to i;o I ccive Pupils for \r*\anove, in CAN DELO Bt Mw- Stndil...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

LOST. , _ Stags Reception of the Grand Worthy Chief Templar. For at THE GOOD TEMPLA& loDGES of the ^ou®hl DISTRICT have made arrangements to Or if in entertain the Grand Worthy Chief Templar, The Dj Brother John Wright, of Sydney, on occasion of AVhlkt his intended visit to the district, ON THE 9th JULY NEXT, From S There will be a . Tea and Public Meeting, _ in thejHALL of the SfflffioLTf ARTS. TEA. on the TaBLE at 6 ret/. / yj After the tables arM:l/apefl/Brql Wright will t1V' »adress the meetinFjfopwertiby fae clergymen and other speakers f/tmA Sevefal Songs and JJ- Selections of Music will be rfndAea danngth^^ . evening. I ^ ___ The Public are Cordially Invited. j -TH TICKETS, 2s -Each ? Cmldren, Half Price. ' Tickets may be hadfrodthe Committee, viz., ' Mrs. Clarke, Brothels Latimer, ffm. 'Rj®-n, -ii/r/'\ Malcolm, Leneliari, Burns, M'Donougb, Frank Can; and M'Donald. . _ ' Members are requested to appear in Regalia. * The Beception Committee would be happy to Bee as jaa...

NEW SOUTH WALES AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

NEW SOUTH WALES AUXILIARY I}IBLE SOCIETY. \Yu 03ftr.ini the following from the sixly SiToipl report, of the New South Wnhs Auxiliary llilde So(-:iely tor Ihe year 1878. The B'v. Mr. Piddington the agent tor the sucii-ty tsnys:--A- Hegn my mission was very ln-artily rowived, both by llie Ministers and tin; people ol tbe Anglican, Wesleynn, and PrcKlivlerian Clmicbes. I was specially in il«;l toil to tlie kindness of Rev. A. D. Failure, who I'lneed bis Rchool house at ill}' disposal for the. Public Meeting and subsequently al lowed me the use of his beautiful il''W Church fur a Children's Service on the Stimlny after noon. At both Meeting and Children's Service tbo attendance was very good and the interest manifested very encouraging. A Brunch Society was established, leading mcniners or an ^nurcnes accepting pmcc» th,: CpinmiMcc. A Depqt has been opened nifl arrangenients made for n%ap^!fSB of the disliict, The following arc llic officers of the^ Bega lirnneh, tho Secretary's report ...

OUR PARIS LETTER. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

OUR TAKIS LETTER.' AGRICULTURE. I Continental farmers seem to be absorbed j intlw question of taxing or not taxing, tbe agricultural produce of outsiders ; lliesub- | ject is pcriiaps wai'm°i' in France, t'.iiiu in Uelcium and Germany. Hero, tbe agri cultural soe'eties nre divided 011 lue ques tion, but the majority evidently lean to ltlafing entrance taj-iffs on wheat, live stock, and wools. Tlio (4 liigh fiinners' as a rnle regard protection dues as a delu sion, qnd (fomand tl'11 '1' vflncli fetter tlie cheap (.ronsport of produce by rail or canal, and that, augment tlie price of macbinpry, manures, fooil-adjuncts, &c. entering tiie country, be aliolislied or sensibly diminisbed, following tlie recipro cal concessions of other countries. French millers unquestionably prefer grain from the United States ; and wlnoli tins year has been purchased in New York nt 16i' francs tbe licctolitre — equal to 2f bns-hels ] or 154. lbs ; tbe cost 01 transport is some tiling over one-fif...

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 24th JUNE. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Broad and Gowing, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

' POLICE COURT, Tuesday, 24th- June. ? f*1 (Before- the P.M. and -Messrs., Broad and Gowing, Jife.P. James Hayden was charged with leaving his horse standing tiejl'up in Carp-street for the'greater part bf Hi day ^nd Tip to ten. o'clook at night. 13neip5s a$d costs, as a caution to repress this 'too common cruel practice. ' Francis Law, insane, was ordered to be fent to the Gladesville Asylum, The poor fellow's delusions shew hopeless aberration of intellect. t? ? ~~vi. i J.-11UJ1.1S uuuco »vus- uiiugou mui 'lDfiuuJ Using a valuable horse the property of Thomas Mooney. An arrangement had been made for a postponement in the ab sence of witnesses, but on the required wit nesses turning up, the defendant was absent. As the alleged offences wa£ committed in the Moruya district, the Bench held . that they had-no jurisdiction and the case was struck out. Two assault pases arising out of the foregoing yere on the paper, to one of which Mooney pleaded guilty at a cost of fis and court and p...

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