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The Port Pirie Recorder SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1898. The Budget. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 August 1898

^hc $Joi't pnc ^ictovbc^j Saturday,. August 20, 1s98. sfce budget. :Mr. Holder's successive budget, '■speech; was. creditable, to even Mr*. Holder. The next most difficult thing to winning, a reputation is in sustaining it". "Miv Holder "holds the I .record as budget maker. No one can touch him for lucid statement oS a problem. ; He may leave it unsolved, but the audience feel that they-know;, all about the difficulty. The only fly $n the ointment of his fluency is thai approximates to but dpes not reach oratory. He.does-not enthuse- , This is partly due to his desk and pulpit training, and the bent' of his acute analytical mind having left neglected his; sense of humour. * Of course a budget speeclv doer not afford tnany opportunities for playing upon the heartstrings, but the late Lavingion ;Giyde with his miith provoking anecdotes showed how, a financial address covld be made to appeal to human nature. During the federal campaign Mr. Holder revealed to his friends that be had a l...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Warnertown Sports and Horseracing. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 August 1898

jsMtMwm Wasserfcowa Spssfcr-'&$&:3&5c - - saslag. . The annual 'sjiotts meeting amuiteil [ by the r?sidenss of -Waniertuwu took' | p.'ace on Wednesday las', atid, was welV ! p >rro»istd. It was »t ba-iutiful .dty for i outdoor amusement. aad c'uild *not jtvell I havo -been improved upon its this respect,* t consequently the majority of "-those present travelled by^ roid- in-jirefereiice" to thu sp-cialirun which left Port Pirie : shortly after > midday. As usual the: gathering took p'aca m Mr. W. C-irler's i {>;>Ud»>ck - a vory liica spot for a picjiic— kindly placed «c the disposal of the enrn mittca fur;..the ncc-sston, ;ind thu latter must havo becn gratified with the' at:en d «nce, which numbered between five and' six hundred, including residents from all parts «.f tho surrounding district s. -A"* long and varied . i»ro^ranunu • of ; f<inl and hotseracing had. been arranged,-and from start to fi'iiah ths interest was, well sustai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 August 1898

WANTED TO EXCIUXGE a Light Harness -HORSE. five years old; any for a ^half-bred, clean, upstanding MARE for breeding purposes. — WV MOFFIT, Floreuce ^trest." CHURCH NOTICES. ' 1 QUNDAY SCHOOL -"ANNIVER Q.„.. SARY SERVICES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, August 21st. "" MORNING, 11—Rev. J. LLOYD. AFTERNOON, 2.30-Service of Song, "The: River Singers." EVENING. 6.30—Rev. J. LLOYD. ]gAPTIST CHURCH. NEXT SUNDAY. Morning at 11—Miss Archer, A ZENANA MISSIONARY. ; Eveuing at 7—Rev. A. Bungey. MONDAY EVGNINCr, AUGUST 22, a PUBLIC MEETING will be held m -Baptist Church at 7.30, ; : ; MISS AB^HER, who has lived five years in.India, -will give aw.address : on' " The| Religious and Social Life of India." COLLECTION FOR MISSION. OR,T PIRIE .WESLEYAN CHURCH. NEXT SUNDAY. Morning at 11—Rev. S. Ro3siter. Evening at 6.30—Mr. Inglis. • ADJUTANT KNIGHT. COLLECTION ' at . Door at' Night. Photo Stoch Dealers, • ; ;'.4S.- PIRIE-STREBT, ADELAIDE.' XnU'gc Stock of Latent. Ehotoimwliic- Apparatus. 7~"' f ■■New Illus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 August 1898

Strug Nias 6f Support i \ . Site - h ^ttseusf** *»*>&&egvisiofj S>^f3v wanN^ f®f€CURe Jaruvga loto *W nilgai* K«**i ^©«as«?rta^ ^WitKSaSSSJ®* *» Oturtr W **en»S »t. - ^K&Amtrt hW** , s<«i ^S0S£ IS Bts^" SfKWS r£* OF WARH^ ^Cpfls ^USSSi fi**SErw£«»Al® *Ht? rt£v& fiKSJ* IMssssoittiyT?^ r°!fws««a!3*^i

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The Seed of the Commonwealth. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 August 1898

e£ tfcs fksms&mg&L (Continued.) Bst to retarn to the point in qnes* tioa. Patting aside for a time all the sentimental yabber-yabber re pro pre83, social evolution, &c., what are tba plsirs everyday facts which will qs to answer the qaestion, «"What are the prospects of the rising gestation being superior, using that word in its best sense, to thopre ceding ones ?" Who possesses the pfe of prescieace ?, Better not to prophesy _ uolew you know Is a gooddodge. Still, witbont attempt ing to prophesy it may be beneficial if we study for a short fcime the manners and customs of our rising youth and the influences at work moulding him and making the growth. Here we have the seed of the Commonwealth. What frill the harvest be 5 Now, while I am hardly conceited enough te imagine myself an authority on this subject, yetalioiy me in justice to myself to say that I have fcfd somewhat' exceptional opportunities of studying tbe way our boya go. I have had the handling of ...

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Strange Divorce Customs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 August 1898

Easy are the methods of settling domestic trembles In Tipper Burma. When, the busbar d finds that his belter half is not the unalloyed blessing-he had been led to think he calls into his house all the old men and women of his village and ex pressesbis desire to divorce her, and a trial by candle is prosecnted. The husband and wife are each given a candle, which they light simultaneously at tire order of the eldest person present and place in the middle of the floor. Then every one in the house-sits around -and i watches to see which candle burns ! out Si st. If the wife's does so the i husband has a right to divorce her rand her relations out of his house without more ado. If, on the other hand, the: husband's candle burns out first, the wife has the option and right of either refusing a divorce or agreeing to it, and turning her hus band and his relations out of ; the house, which, with all goods and chattels it contains, becomes her personal property. Tn Cochin-Ohina, when husband...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 20 August 1898

SKtpCrafMBf! 4SS6§ Every cocgh makes year throa. more raw and irritable. Every cough congests the lin ing membrane of yoar lungs. Cease tearing yonrthroat and lunga in this vray. Pot the parts at rest and giro thama chance to heal. Yon witt need soma help to do Has* aiid -oa * — »-4 Prom the first dose the quiet and rest begin; tbe ticlsling in the throat ceases; tbe spasm weakens; the congh disappears. Do sot wait for pneumonia acd consumption hat est short your cold without delay. Ajefa Chesty Pectoral cores fcceanso it keala. It gtxa to the very seat of fecrable, quiets the inSananation and rnakss a penna cent care. Begun ia teas, it is the 02a great prcrentiYa to alleerio® fang trochlea. ■"*&> *"V- •-* * * Beware of eieaplmJtattoas. Seo that the name Ajot's Ctieri? rBCtonJ.isfcloira la tfcp gfe&ss oi cseb Bottle. ?Pat «p to larsesad email bottles. J. Michael, the "world's cliarapion pace follower, lias been defeated by MeDafr in a isatcli over fifteen mile...

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A Good Act Badly Rewarded. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

AWrfeaiy^srarardea. A*wire from Singleton states that |M«£|r8| /greedy (stafejon-master). Chad$3p -' (guard), and .Newell (firemen),: in the employ ,of> Ib^jfl^iltfajt'Popartment, stationer* at Singleton, have been dismissed i from the service for alleged con i spir-acy to falsify a time-bill. The lA&eljof a stock, i train at Breeza, when a woman, carry :irt^^C'irifantHTiHfep-'-nrmj4<".a&ked~tu. be allowed to proceed to Gunnedah rrjjy th,&4cai^tajprocurc medical as'-ist 1'ance ijo^th^/.cfiild, who was dying.'? ^The S%a|v?^^nable to torn a deaf. ;^rt§\&diWe%r$jfending appeals of the. |\voniaO^«,ti^iiiaSs since transpired,hajV fjnst !m tho funeral df |inotfe'if children. All thV tions to prevent anj. laceidep. §|rSriJhiken, and the traififr Ipi'ocle^^t(#jGnnnedah. It wo^r. 'broogift: ot jr^stanistiU outside the1" .town to allow the woman to. alight. Ip jwSW those m charge or the tram as iF it shatfeteffiaTeuaniHg^ptapfiFly. A fellow employ...

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CITY CHATTER. THE WAYMOUTH-STREET TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

:CITY sCHHlffE~R. "Bt^Twhtbrt TE45 «AYSSOUTH-STBKEE'CR4GBp?. Tb® elemani of romacca in "the. career jpf^Fitepatrick iatde thostory of hia tragicdeath mure remarkable. In trsuel lieg with a fellow mine? in the West ha, Jhad|bg9i\ robbed, bniUily assaulted, ai^d: left' for dtadi" while vBia; eomraiiev^?r4#: roardered.: Tfca phock had deprived him; -efspesdroiSil s subsequent incident— the-jolting of a vehicle—brought forth an !^9jtaais^jiio ^ "rscqve?^;f9 imperfcct articulation. Though _ a "yonnsc n:'*n of education lib destitstion and affliction had'reduced 'him ,tvi a; bottle g*lbun*r, ;w«h a shed is Waymuaih-Btjreefc. fur, a habitation.■■ .According tsthc. 'aarratire of Bsldcck and £.<roma&'«nsijed j'L'ucaa, theywiththe deceased spetul-convivial time oH Thiusday night and.tW^re sleep ingoff the'effecta 10 aah$i~, Athalf-p*at tw©, ^ were seen learimr the shanty;' whfch™fl^s~o!rriirK Deceased, vho had been on thebsd, ,waa found underneath roasted, iho ekull aplit f...

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

liTeplrasant'TFTOfherTvtrhtive-had tliis vkcefc has cnnscd qoite a ham in ; homing in-4Jbo por!, King, patting 2^l5itt (yic.) Ma credit Mr B Tfsiie'rljas advsficctl>& jamp or twotofoliiis^Melbotiiiie^'ind Air. Tom BroVin^etit aboa,fc"30Vuds to Knmra ai&t/Stawell. „itt ffet, every member oSloca! clobs fi&yefesen bnsy. According? to" **Uno'Sk^ r©triarks in ll^P. J1.'? ji'.trgrifVer, Atlduuls fn no i ers fcjjyg sol^^-We problem;- as to tb«* acCions of «'&)rd when 'relcaSfcd, say,1 460 miles from home. When in town some yejvi-s ago, this way of racing distances from station to station was mentioned to rap? nptK* hM1%*pfcni wsa that a bit^diTnot iy'inra line, bet (ueli: to put ifc {5lain, t« tween the milir^r libfe?) *1 sepposei it. is close on 400 mites from Adelaide to Broken Hilt by roil, or as a bird is trciitedt but In a direct line it is only about 264J Xfnb " gays, makes a great difference in the velocities. At the lime I sm:Mf and n&0>...

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Auother Accident at the B.H.P. Mine TWO MEN KILLED. BROKEN HILL, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

Atr©tlier~£cdfieiifc-~~st~ the h Wf*" 'Z'l Bbokex Htu., Tuesday Night Another sail accident occurred here to-day. Two men n&m|d "^ffrecl „ ArmstrOngand Willmtfi Wigtey, aged" about 28 yews, were engaged work ing in the at~the l%o. ,2? level, betwecif J&mfe^ot/s fend Dk&<4& &)a,&,5haXtsjia-ikeJPjcc|iri^arj'u^«iiijev, when about a ton-and-abalf of ore fell on top of them and completely buried them. When extricated, boffr men were qoito dead. A mate of the deceased men hnitfcci** lacky escape. xto^fdaof the drive for & few scccnds, a delay which saved his life. The fa-'l of the or^* flra^ cat^ed^iby:' the loosening of* tl& fickipj* hfcnft* throngh blasting. ^ ^ ,

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The Braybrook Explosion. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

The Braj Ipodk.' Explosion. At the inquest, on the explosion afc Bi <iKraughV-wbielJ - Jolin O'Sbanassy lost lus lifo, ,tlie Xory^r^ tcri/edfl' vei^ict tLiit' tlifere' "was iuv evidence to «|iow)ljd\f- tliei explosion * as cn^sc«iit * j j \,\ •)')\ \ ' J >

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

: Railway Time-table. - PaSSBNQEB TEAIN8 WIOM POST IrlBIE TO ? i :'! £BB£lLlDR I J To Adelaide.via Petersburg abet Tero *rio Ellen-Street Station at 0.50 a.m. { Central Station at 7' a.m. "To Adelaide,;via*Blyfch atad Gladstone. Ellen-StreetStataonatl0,20 a,in. ;■ Centra'' station at 10.30 a.m. To . Broken Hill; Tia ,P«tersbnrg. and Terowie. ,, Ellen-Sfcrest, Station at 4.40 p.m.Central Station at 4.50 p.m. i To , Adelaide, viaPeteraburg,from Central Station on!y, mixed train at 10.50 p.m, . ->7. ■. AgBIVAM. . . ; - Prom Adelaide via Terowie and Peters burg, to Central Station only, mixed traiB at 4 40 am ' Prom Broken Hill.- and Terowia via Petersburg Central Station at 10.4 a.m. • Ellen-StreetsStation at 10.13 a.m. ' ( ' Prom Adelaide via BIyfch and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47-p.tn.; Ellen-street Station at 4.53 p.m. • ■<*<'>'< | - Prom Terowie, Petersburg,-and Northern ■■ System. Central Station at 7.47 pm Ellen-street Station at 7.53...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

nsws. Pcrt Pirie.—latitude, 33 ilejf.,11 mia. S.; IfOBgi&atfe, lS3$»g. 1 npo_f B AEEIVAL5. August 20.—Maid ot Australia, ketch, 45 toust S. Garres,/:tHast«r!,» from Port Adaiaido. Cargo—Flax. August 20.—Gaaibifcr Laaa, keteh, 46 tons, J). A. Dmeen. master, frota "Wallaroo. Cargo—Flax. August S).—Vivid, ketefa, 48 tons, Iversoa, msstsr, from Point Kilqy. Cargo— Flax. Angmt 20.—-Adonis ketch, 50 tons, Gynell, feetq ElaAv Back. - Cazgo— Fins, Angsafcr- 2&.-r$£apj' Loarisj- kotcB» $ {&&■ Port Angola. "Cargo—sundries Anggik&WM^Jasuvfefltelv &oznPorfc Kroaghton* Cargo—Flax, Ac^ast, ScsieM. ketch, 61 tons, IS. Shrault, maatar. from Tickera. Cargo, •J—Flax; •' -* " — " " Aognst22L—Meric. ketcb, 20toD3s Antfer > sosi as^tst, ffom'Poiat Welbm?.' Aogast SS^-siK lnTOstigater, 345 tons, Anderson, master, from Adelaide via port®. Cargo—general. ,

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Terrible Accident at a Sewer. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

Terrible Aeridehi at a *~r | Sewer, - ~ ffl ilBLBOCBSB, Tuesday Night j Another fata! accident occurred fat tbo^eirp rage works in Burnley-street, RTchmdndftprday^ ■ ' iuo)teI; '''about ?50 ' feet ~ deep Ir^rerafng soma hard § ?ock» and necessitated freqdenE bfiisting. " A nnmheq of.men put in five shots this Tj£&KTOi.gf, lit lh& fuso, mid-ascended, to the surfaca.^Qri reachingj-tho top a man named Tom Burnett, whilst puttuigjon bw cOct, overbalanced: and fell ^acfcwards down the shaft. Bis niaVeg ; Imd'to ' stand' quite • helpless unlil* thc 'churjjej' exploded." Thojf tUatt-^Qcrieddowa-AncLfouHd.JJarnett in a terribly mangled condition. He was ^cm^yed to,a £Jo<}pital, wheres he expired within an hoar. His skull was foand to lxs fiactnred in fifty placei, his limbs were broken, and life 8eah was^tornto shreds. !'' The nnforianate man waa>thirtV eiglifc years of age, and leaves a wife, aodfamily. . . i- • ■

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Post and Telegraph office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

Post and T«legrapti ®01ce, . Ifwit hrie. HAIL ABBAHG1MENTS. Business hoard f rom 8.30 a-m, till 7.30p.m. daily/except Saturdays, wfcea It is; open: ' from 8.30 a.m. till 5.^0 pto, < Honay Ordsr• OSic® from 10a.iri.to'5: ; p.m. i f i r ' i 1 'i • havings Bank Agency; ftfom 3.30 a.H41.to; ■ 7.S0 p.m., &tn|:on Saturdays tiU5.3frp.ESv < • • The: o8Ic® is op<mfor&iquart8r;©?aa , hour for. tho ^delivery of lstters j After the ' arrival of ibs mails every everting.-. • • =.: Mails; srriTe and close as foUotro tt*? ■. c > ' » iSBIVAL. ' 5 ' ' . «From.: Adelaide. and- Offic6B;south: of Tcrowioat 4.40 a.m.. : ; From Adelaide' &tid; intfirBiedi£ite cf5ces at 4.55 p.-m. ,: *-. • ~FromBrokenHUlatl0.13a.m, irom Petersburg and interjnpdiato offices at 10.13 ft.pi. and 7.53 p.p. , , ' From Telowia and Port Gormem at & p.m. , ' _ ' \ From Solomoatown at 6,35; 6.m.,,9.lb a an., and, 4.18 p.m. , : Prom Nelsbaby. (Wednesdaya and Fri da...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

DEPABTUEES. 1 August 29.—Elizabeth Aanie, ketch, for Wallaroo. : August 20 —Bronghton, ketch, for Tickers. Augii«t 20,—Mary, ketch, for Wallaroo, August 3),- Dawn. steamer, for Adelaide' via porta August 20.—New Arrival, ketch/ for Tickera. August 20.—Naperby, ketch.' for Kan garoo Island. August 22.—Robert Boras, ketch, for Tickers. August 22.—Normaaville, ketch, .for' ■ CowelL . Aogoat 22,—Ladr Daly, echo oner, for iv^ickeKW August 22.—"W Specs,• ketch, for- Point - Wftlbinjf, ■. Augosfe22.—Annio Brown, brigantine. for Port Lincoln. Aogaat 22.—Hawthorn, ketch, for Tickera. Angust '22.—Mary Lewis.: for Port Aug usta.

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Boy Burglars. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

Mklbooehil Tnesdaj Nighfc. Qa bargiari-. oasijr b^keij into » sb<?p andf s^len. tlietefrosh lollies, J pastry, iindl^ »> chelae for£$, five i>oys were tendsy sentenced io two nj&itUsi in nthe? Refbrniatory, two gt^iera^we^^de taiiled ia custody I ill tlie rising of tlie|C*oart, and one was s-nteneed to a moQl&'s im^nsonment ISa t given tl»e icre' Act.' ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

Pwr Bm fevoas ProslrafleD 5 ' . Tested and tried for 35ye&rsin , all parts of the world. .Sueh-is, the testimony of Mra.E. B. ChoiK. ; pell, of StaweU, Victoria, Australia. She says; • "It is:with great pleasure that I record' my Experience as anurse jforthirty-five years witlx tbe wonderful curative -effects of . and- Dft. Ayeifs Pills/"Both of these l have : 'waed in (hfferents parts of the worldi includ ing; Australia, for .myselt,and, mypjitients, in cases of norvotis prostration,'poor- blood, : skin diseases and all complaints TrbiriTvcftk-' ; ness; peculiar to women.; I most hearlily re-: : commuud -tlipse preparations to all sufferers j from any* of the above-named.distressing _ complaln's." , ' 1 For consllnntion. take Dr. Ayer's -They promptly Tollevo nnd snrcly cure.-: Take tl'cm with Dr. Ajcr'a SarsgipariUa: ouo aldfrtho other.

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 24 August 1898

VESSELS TO AKKtYE Africander,-: steamer, 2755 tons. iveea master; from Soath Africa via porto To 8ftiL7V.V r'V'.:' Amulree, barque, 1.329 tons,, Steele/ master." from"Eotterdaax. Sailed' May 28, 83 days ou$. Fulwood,.ship,l,0S6 tons, Jouraeay, mas- • ter.from Hambcfg.. Sailed June 17; 6& days oat. tieorgc Koming. steamer, 3,443 tons, Parsons, master, - To eail. ' Jcanita Kortb, steamer. 3,503 tons, Perry, master, from. Monto. Video, To sail. Gratia. Norwegian barque, 1475 tons, Stray,master,/ront Oarry;.Tosail. ii John Ena, -1-rnasted barque, 271-i tons,' Madden, master, from Puget Sound, To. sail* • \ . Kaf3r, steamer, 273G tons, from South' Afica j To sail. . Lflcretia, schooner, €6 tohs, Yallentine ■ master; from ' Sydney via Melbourne,. sailed July 18; 37 daya out, _ Mary Augusta* 8hip;1.335 tons, hordes master, from'the Baltic.; To sail. Nympho, German ship, 2076: -tons, Kilmer*, master, from Hamburg? sailed July lo; 40 days out, Njawaboy, American barque, 509 tons, Mol...

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