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Thorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 March 1889

'Thorptdic. - (Cs 001e OWiS OEPORTER.) The district is advancing with rapid strides At the station neirv buildings areguing up it every direction, while the business places already iln existence seem to be drivirlg a flourishing trade. The two general stores are run by MJssrs.G.G. and J: Howlett and F. Dickinson respectively, the former firm supplementing their storekeepitg trade by supplying beef, mutton; and other sorts ofI "grass" totheir customers. Thereisanother butchery here, of which Mr. It. I. Miller is the boss and if appearances are not very deceptive he must be flourishing "'some." Mrs. lHerbertson's boarding house makes a very respectable appearance in the street fronting the railway line, and if civility, cleanliness andt good fare are recommenda tions then I can saely recommend her estaolishment to the travelling public. In connection with M3r. Dickitson's store there is a bakery anti another hakery is in course of construction, so that it does not appear as if a famin...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 March 1889

BUSINESS ::DIRECTORY - ,:: i rlisaemen, tinder this hend will S. e inserted Jbr 2s. Gd. per quarter. . ":' DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest, o t I heast;'anud bat, Comnimercial-road, Merwell. ';.::. AVANAGH 8: IIARRIS, Cheap Cash ! totke .Drapers,Grocers, Ironmongers, E:LLEHIIER. Club Hotel, Commer S cnial.road. Morwell.h Best brands' olpept. Good stabling. Comerkial-roand, Moerwell r, L D VIDSON, llairdreoer, Tobacco S ~' mist, and Stationer. Agent for all S egmagzin and newspapers. Every: novelty .:,. e mared.. Commercial.road,?Morvell.. SRITOUL,;' .Blaksmith, Wheel S? ?. .right, Charaaker, e.,~ Commercial *ead, xarwell. : TON ENIGLISH.Anctioneer, Stock and , Station Agent. Station-street, Merwell. Churges strictly moderate. 'M ATSONS & CO., General .Storekeeper, Commereial-road, Norwell. Boots ad. Sheo a .peciality. AR. RIAGE, LAWRI NSON. & LAID LAW, Cattle Salesman, Stock, Estate, . ieaneial, and General Commission Agents, Commercial-road, orwell. M RS: WILSON, 'F...

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THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1889. GIPPSLAND SHIRES GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 March 1889

THE - oZrr t~rcLl1. , ~ - :',... SATURDAY, IARCHI 2, 1889. GIPPSL'AND SHIRES GROUTP: TsE formation of a group of the Gipps land shires should result in the wants of Gippsland receiving considerablilmore attention than has hitherto' been the caso?: The Municipal Association of Victoria, it has been frequently stated, is merely an association of the older councils harided together- for their own aggrandisesment; and its objects are not at all on all fours with thlose aimed at by the recently formed body. which is purely a local body, expressly associated for the purpaso of advancing local in terests. The aim of the older organisa tion-chiefly coinposed, as it is, of the representatives of mnunicipalities which do not participate in the advantages of the £3 to l£ subsidy-is rather to abolish that seubsidy and securedivision pro rata 'of the Government municipal grant. By this means they could secure a large proportion of the grant, while Gipps land, in spite of its enormous and excep t...

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Commercial. MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 March 1889

Ctliomerciail. 3roR15ELL. Marriaoe, Lawrcnson, and Laidlaw report for Moothasy, 25th Feb.:-Our yards were well supplied with stock, and there was a large attendance. 'T'he sales effected wcre well up, and over recent rates in some cases. and nearly all lots sold. OSpringers.L4 2s id to L5 17s tid; cows, L'I 5s, L;I 14I, to 1.5 is lid; steers, L3 12s; heifers, 1 Irs to L3 S; poddies, Ll 10s to L2; calves, 12s to 21s; cows andl calves to LI4 12s id; pigs, 10s to 22s; team of workers privately, L21 per pair. Account MIrs. Mlatson (lhordairy hcnl) - Cows, L5 5s to L7 15s; others, L4 7s Gd; calves, 14s to 2ls; horses, L5 to L 7 2 lid; traps, Li0 5s; dray, LII l0s. After cattle snles, account of mortgagees, 1i0 acres Kemp's land, at Boolara, at LI 2s per acre leasehold, to Mr. Samuel Vary. Tea:n of workers (privately), L24 per pair. Messrs. A. ?I'Luat and Co. report:--At Morwell, on Monday. our yards were well supplied with cattle, and wou sold springers, Li to L5 17s 6.1; fat oows, L5 7s...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 March 1889

Topies of the Week. STr:BIsHtop;:-The `ishop of Mfelhborne will- preach at St. Mary's Church of England, Morwell, on Sunday the 14th SCHOOL NTOLTDAt.-The Board of Advlce has decided to declare the 8th March a school holiday for the school district 371 at the roluest of the Boolara Sports' Com mittee. CoAn.-The No. 4 bore at Belry's Creek, "Mirboo, is likely to produce results fully as gratifying as those of the No. I bore where seven seams of coal were passed through. Already in the last hore four seams have heen disclosed, the lnst. met with at' the depth iof 287ft., heing 2ft. 41n. thick. This corresponds with tft. seam of the No. I hire. It is anticipated that the fItt. seam of the No. 1 bore will he fourd. in the present one at about 750 feet from the surface. New SIItuto.-The rntcdayers of Poownng are, says thie Warragul. GUARDIA, pretty sangitte atoiti tlheir chances of forming a new shire, which, it is said, will -include a portion of the Central Riding and the whole of the S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 March 1889

Club Hotel,' TRAIALGON. R. CRICHTO;, For nonn yet lt rotrietlor of the trincipal hotel at 'onrtarlinglou, (105ple(sure in nrrnoooiog to (the publice of South Gilipototid that tolhofle~o (iI(0(tcl t~?Ifmllotllrot tof the abaove hotel, which boas atotob liohed ito reputation ns the leading I(louse ini the district. aid trusto to receive to conitinuaieo of that lihorat support. teotoowd upon0 ht prtstcceoor-atr. t. atitt. WINES AND SPIRITS OF 'rilE: BEST flttANDS P'RtOCURtABtLE. {ORsES- AND j3uGoGEs 3 tI tlt:. First.elins Iilliard lToile. FRANK HOLXES (tote (If 3tot ((000). PItACTICA4. Watchmaker Asf JEEVVL1. II. COil MEI1CIA L 110 D1) dO1IW'EL1L. IEIGSI to Intimate totnt te 13ine commtecedt t(IItilOOs ill tho premnises latelyp occupieid byr Mr. 0. It. (toorty. IBy strict attelntion to i)1(5. 1ress, LFrnk IltlmL', tIoples to tbtoin at libetal olsupport. I-I M'LEAN 6& COI, Stock silu Estate Agents, Cti ttie . Mi eSIIPll1, tiutllttanr, 6c., t1Vt.N titiL3, Wt"IAIItAitti.,, 3tt01t\...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

Supplement to the " Morwell Advertiser." • MEDICAL DESPOTISM OR LIBERTY T H -E prevailing system ands methods of alopathic mineral drugging and poisoning, as practised by the " Duly and Legally Qualified" Doctors, examined, compared, and analysed, exposing the direful results of the S practice of. this conglomeration of licensed quackery, as illustrated by its effects upon some of theirevictimns, and letting in the light of day upon some of the methods whereby legalised murder is committed,; under-the cover:of. Medical Diplomas. and showing that the entire structure of what is supposed to be "medical science" is a huge farce, under the protection of a gigantic Medical Trades Union'Clique, established; to further its own ends, itnd plainly demonstrating that it stands utterly condemned by the evidence of its own most eminent practitioners. .A NETY AND .A. BETTER SYSTEMIVE As a contrmist to the above there is here aidduced some overwhelming evidence, duly declai-ed on oath, of the new...

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A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

, Tvi Te .ýiw [ , ,oiUee. from the t treet. . (CBY PEREoIt',E PICKLE.)r ?' "A Ianrin thd~Ntrtielliertfdletrift, wea accordrlin to'thb ?,fellt hiiiti'dhllies; recently' stong by-a weep, and althonghle did" not siecea ib to the etfects of the bite, the poisonous little iniect'd catised him iunseiual pain. It is stlrange how emall and insigni. fictalt acreature should lie able toido iaen inj'iryavind'et it is'ia`l rra'tIdftliiuin bed, the other night anol I dreuamt that F. C?, 3Jason wasithoe nanland'the little fellow at Truralgoi thle wasp. , Stinge I Wasn'ft The pigebn jiatel cpra ntton TnTbri lay and was a b ig succos. The shooting swa g'nd.l :Besides n9,arly 'allr,tl?er,be ihii a, ,Rtcliiak'r, a i?. eii and a vieLitoi r were ehlot., .Blood, feathers, and ,skin was thl °'derbf thed d:".h'lllhf ia inl?gt out of rango of the coinpetitora lie had to run ia blockade of scosts, and if these Bentletners didln't fetch 'etr they shot athli other tsatis lied apparently, to hit senmethlng:.~A...

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Open Column. MORWELL MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

Opel Coll lin. MLORtWELL MEqIANICS' INSTITUTE. TO THIE EDITOIL. Sxn,-Things must have nrrived at a very bad state in MIorwell when our reading-room has to be taken possession of by gdate. ThIse animals, after examining; the contents of the table, cmnmenced consuming andll Otherwise destroying the newspapers. This surely is not ns it ought" i .be.~ l'etrn, etc., AN EYE-WITNEISS. M[orvell, March .i ... -:

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Boolara Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

- f-=Boolnra Sportsm..--e ... - 5------0 ire Boolara Sportsmeeting cnrte off ,onFidayaip pltJough the wLeatlher was lanythlng ibu$ p'opitious thero was a fail' attendance of " sports" and general Wisitors. Though the bad state of thi ground, calsedLby ,hel2in,Was aganinst tioodý rcerdsltlaero tretd.soiaofsirlv con tested races. The competitors in the pirinhipalteiontd~wdrie ?s i follows, in the orderv:nnýned :,--aidern Plate, Peers, plrc0y, Lei rey. Boolara Handicap, enrs, Th-opkins, IMaloney. IIandicap '(-ilfOyd.' r'M aloney, Peers, Duffy, Handicap walk, Kempton, Yates, Olarko.- Hilgh ' julp ?Rleilly. 'Rft lin Cuin"n: Iurdleo ?rnceStn'lford-; laloney Dnrce y..District Handicap, Mlalonoy rtig fhapl ichnllappeir next week, fnor Prossoris O05)o' d Ou' Pýýrico iideR'a1'full ,reporit which lsrill appear nest week-,

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Lively Meeting of the Traralgon Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

Lively M?eetinio f the 'rraro7git Ftilers' Unllion. A' special meeting of the above was heil in the Meclhanics' Institute 6n Satur' tia, ivlweni tliere were prnsent lMessrs. I'Jlahotin (in the chair), Sligh, Copeland, Varne, Boyd,. Whitney, Cochrane, and Drainin (secretary): Thile secretary, reported tha.t two letters had been received from 3Jr.:F. C. M[ason relative to hid candlidattre. In ithe first he said that "he thought when Iis views were placed Ibefdir: the ptlilic they would he found to generally accord with tlosetof the Farmers' Protection Assocition," and in the second, addresosed to Mr. Crisp, of Callignee, and which lhs been already puib lished in the JURnsAL, lie .stitedl Ils a:ceptance of the unien's :ninifesto fromt tlauose A to E'inchlthii'e, and the remtaining three hi did not regarn as of vital itn portance '_They ha. no hfflcial kn6wledge of any othei candidate except Mr. Snod grass, whlos father (thi late Peter Snodl raoss) ropret.nted South Gippsland for a grea...

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THE LECTIONS. MMASON'S CANVASSING TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

THE L ECTtIONS. D !ASoN'S CANVASSING OU'i'6 F. . . Mason 0as at Morwell for a fe ars. on Tuesday on his way fron F and Mirboo. dodging by the 'eregiven by our contemporaries of Mtr. M tour of thie electorate, it is very 'ovthat he .noanso to win the seat tlos tin?noorder that our readers may be abloforin an idea of the vast area of coamcomprised within the district of Suetppsland we need only mention that 4t lhren Mr. Mnason froim the 5th of last hI till within the last few days to visitlarious centres of tihe electorate. :He bow completed the fomnnation of his ittees, having about twenty-five ofl tlgctively engaged in his interest. and tt number over 700 electors, and reproehe whole of the centres of the tditriri)n Wednesday last Mr. Mason visitedligneo and lmet a large number *of fa and other gentlemen,, at the public to whom he explained his poli tical o at' saome length to the entire s'aties 'of those present. Mr. W. B. Bette ho occupied the chair, spoke -strongl favor of the ca...

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ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PHICE OF, LIBERTY. Mfy methods of curing dliseased people differ in many. essential points from all others known, and are peculiar to myself alone, em bodying the best of modern discoveries and principles, with original and new modes of application, espcially is tllis so with reference to my system of charging the vital properties of plants with magnetism, by which means a much more penetrating element is produced than would be the activo property of the plant by itself. wvithout being so charged. My practice extendsl over a period of 10 years in this city, during wllich time I hare succeeded in curing .ninny thousands of chronic sufferers who had been given up to die by .their mcdicaliattendants. But as I sum not a registered doctor of the old style, I have had to endure the bitter. animosity, the jealousy, the vitsuper'ation, and the abuse, of the "legally qualifiied" and licensed "doctore of the Shote, and latterly also of, a section of the ...Press, whic...

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Melbourne Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

. ,HelNlourne Jottings. t(Fiatoil cORCnESPoxDEST.) iIt 'ir eident that many of the aspirants for Parliamentary honors have curios i-ws con matters relating to any ;-busiiiues or district beyond that in which For instance, I was rather struck by : rein?rk (in'private) made by a candidate standing for a suburban electorate. It was to this effect :" ', ein the vicinity, of Melbliourne, hae already been taxed much too heavily, to favor isthe farmer.-providing rail\vas, irrigations, trusts, etc.-and hel (the speaker) was oplposed to grant further concessions. The' stock ?ti meant dear niicat; the soe with duty on" wheat-dear, bread. The country railways, etc., were a' heavy uiinproductive tax on the resources of the country, and he, ias in favor of being less liberal to faimers than the Govern Sment had been in the past." Another gentleman for an adjoining division was not so strong ori this 'subject, but still he" thought that stock taxes were an abomination." I thought at th time that ...

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THE DISTRICT. Narracan. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

THE DISTRICT,. -4--~ (mro OUR 0oW CORESPONtIDRT.).. A eryinterestidgnseries df lecture4 " Oi the evidences of tihtts C iat:An lhrlitimns." are in course of being delivered here by thi, Itev-: J.: J W. Taylor, I Presbyterilp:. ministir. The lectures are delivered on alternate Sundav eyReiLcI Tina Stindar' lecture was on "J?iracle," aind was the tourth of the course, the pre ?inaSSunday's having been .~ The possibility or pro!bhilitj' of a revoelation," f? The untateuch and the Forth Gospel," "?'li A;i;tl'ici?ry dE the bookso of th ,Old aii N ewN Ttaieni.nt.'i MIr: Tayldr, in annoeduriiid the ectlirs, rof lectures, invited discusesion., cid Mr.,. . Peowil, who professes'lii delf an Unitariani respadod tno the invitation .a ?l In?- ts"i friendly waray criticised th" va?l. i,. lecture firoim it ratintialistiu srandtintienan log . that the Pentatench cii d n.lt. hd riba.loed S aI a reovlatinnn frci ina.n fi.r cttrinite ^ ........ . !lo nl.? .! ,,ri? + M .7 ;... :.. F.ll.l,:l: +.. .:C - r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

3OSN T=- GLOWELY, PoduceSalesman, THE OCITY PRODUCE AUCTION B1OOMS,;' 497 ?'& '499`, OOLL I7NS STREET, iELBOURNLE AUCTION SALES of CHEESE, BUTTER B:. CON EGGS and POULTR SHELD EVERY ,:WEDNESDB? AND Central and Corimodison Auction ioomas, and Celloa Alcoamnmodation Unequaller in the City, ? 'Acc:ont Sales. Promplz ..Rendered A ;ATRIAL SOLICITED . CHAFF, OATS9nd ?IIRLEY, SOLD LA LIA el Railway; from Samples::, "'WHOLESALE GENERAL STOREKEEPER WHO : HAS. TAKEN: O THE RYAPRE-ISES LATELY OCCUPIED .BY' D1R 'RADHUHST, II! 'RAF A GA R, B EOG to notify that ho wieiin'eonduct taitinathe busianes of a Wholeale a.nd Th;tl Storekeeper,sell at a primce allowing the asmallest possible profito and hopes by S paying.-strict attention to business,to merit s.a farl shar ofa the patronaga bestowed on Ida predecessaor .1 11 being a CASH BUYER eil. SEtLL AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES, andr therefore sot il el ati Mont/ly Bills as Gash l a. t SA :.TRIa L SOLIOITED . SOHLN .RYAN, L 7eolesale anev Retaril...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

Topics of"tlie Vicek. M otonwcLSnow:-E.xhibti" sent to the local stition will be conveyed to the groutndt by Ptr; J. Parker, so that exhibitors need not feel anxious rs to the safetyiof their con sigianents. fr AUsTRALIAN NATIVES. Dr. McInerncey has resignedthis position as presideht of the Melbourne branch of the Australian Natives'. Association. CoRnnCTrow.-[Mr. Colebhin .dsires us to mention that he stated in his speech that' he was 'a mcmber of that deputation which waited, on the Acting.Governor. (Sir WV. Stawell), asking for a dissolution 15 years ago, and thathis friends in Morwell remem ber thathe did so. . STHE SnioW. - The forthepsming show of the h?orwell-Agrloultural Society promises to.excecd.thmtmostsengpixo exypectations of tho promoters. It is gratifying to ,eotie the deeper interest that is .yeir'by'ryear taken in this movement, as it is one which has as its nits tho developmentof our re soorces'and the'improeolent ofthe farmnlg industry.- The entries cosee? l yeste...

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Traralgon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

Tel rajlon Shire Cduncil. Present-Crs. Peterkln (president). Camp hell, Kelleher, Howlett, Bodycomb, Varucy, liurke,.Walkiand Firmiiis ^-4 I A special meeting of the Traralgon Shire was held on Widneoday. March. Gth.. for the purpose of striking a rate andt als for the purpose of dealing with Cr. Firmin's resol. lution psased at lnst meeting of the cnuncil that a special mheeting be held on this date to take into conslderation the manner ill which the workos.'if the shire sholld le per formed.. The foll6wing resolutions were put and careicd. , MOTIONS. Peterkin--Bodycoi/b.--That this council do adopt and confirti the net valuation sub mitted of rateable property within the shire of Traraleon amounting'fo £36,883 made by Francis IcKonibzi, and dated 6th 3i.rch, 1889. Carried.'. . Peterkin--odycomb.--That this council do now adoopt and confirm the estiniate submitted of receipts and expenditure for the year 1889, showing as detailed therein that the sum of £7000 2s Gd is reqiied for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

Establishoe in 2olbob rno 10 Years. H. E. KUGELMANN & CO., MA\IOrACOTURILIS or : lectic and proprietarg filedicines. " AUSTRALIAN HEAD OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 172 & 174 WILLIAM-ST., MELBOURNE (mEAR aooo sricrEE) ...- aAnmeriean Agency:-4th ::AVENUE, NlW YOE CI1'TY.- i 1ai tations: "ýlO TT PaRADISE," XGEDR 0C0E, GIZTPLS ND. -DISTILLERS Or- - ' ssential ,ils, &c., Choice Medicinal Liqueurs, Concentrated Extracts-Solid, Fluid, and Pilular, Simple and.Compound.-.:.:, Importers of Ameriin,,iEnglishl and Foreigi :Jlotianti GO:ue, 1'ressed Fer?b. ..; tsi - , Blurk, Leaves, Flower,, 'owders, 0unls, Oils. IBalsanU, Elixirs, kde. ?Ca .' S Resinoids', Alkaloide, ]teino, Neutrals, SulphLcata, d all Organic Cillceuntra tiond and General M3erchandise. We carry a full line of t. Keith & Co.'s Noi York lEclecti Medicine, and oir American Pressed JJerbs are from the .vJ.llknowrn ilouse of B. O0 andG. O.' Wilson, of Boston, ftoes., and are tIhi besat Iroduced in ihe Unite...

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MR. SNO[?]RASS AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 March 1889

.?R. BSN IASS AT MORWELL. Mr. Snodg who has announced him 'selfi t as a idate for this electorate, n 'addressed a ting of electors in the I Mechanics' ute on Thursday night l?t. In quence, no doubt,, of the small a t, of publicity."ivent?s his intention olding a meecing at the' time there w a small attendance, not 'more, than being .preslent" 'MIt. F. Howlett took hair, and introduced Mr. 8nodgroso to ooting . .. , Botr. Snodgr pot rising, said that he had adressed etingduring the week at Traralgon, but a candidate. He did not appear as idatc theo, but on this i' 'bcesiton he before the electors,, definitely decit o contest the 'election. : He would rela to circumstances which 'inducedhim to himself. He had coinme iU'the conclusi it t was no use opposing it Mr. Masni unlt could bhe certain of a I 'sufllcient share e farmers', votes.,, With, i 'the object of as ininghts chances in this' 'respect, he at I a congrence of the ' farmers' union Callignoe, to see who l 'they.: intended ing...

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