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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Magisterial Inquiry. A UAUISTEBIAt. iwuiiry wa?licld before Dr. Glennie. J.l*„ yesterday, the' 13th instant, concerning the death of a boy named Dayiu Wolfgang, who* dead hotly was found in -the river on the 10th instant,. The deceased Is the lad who we stated in it recent issue was mining from. Archerficld.' ? : ' : " ...... Tlio following evidence was taken :— James. Cburc,li; duly ?wora, deposed : X live at Chcshmit, and am a farmer; the deceased, David Wolfgang, was Working with mc: pit Sunday; the 2Zth (September, At almut eight o'clock," aan,, he started to go> nnd sec liitt father and mother, who-lire some distance ncrojn the Hunter River. On ?Sunday, the ? 4th Oct<ilicr t I heard he was misriing, and that hts- horoc had been found in Mrs. JlowmatiV [wuJdocU at Archerfield, with* a bridle on but no Kaddlc. Oit Saturday. last; tilt Kltlt inntant, I we searcluug. for ' him witli several others in the river, between Clicxhunt and Archerfield. The river AMe on - the...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Official Correspondence. ?:? " JOHN ItAK, "Undersecretary." " W. C. Broome, Esq, SLP.VV'. .'??? liirMaciiuaric-street, Sydney." THE Following oftcial correspondence has been kindly forwarfcd to us fpr publication by piir member,; Mr,"W. C Browne, MJUA.— ?'Department <T Public Works, . ?-Koais under Trustees,-, ./-. '?Sydney, October, 7th 1874. . "Si c,—Tu reference to. a communication ad preswed to youmelf by Mr. S. SStubbingx, and drcsentcdV by yon at this office, requesting that a special grant might be matte for the "?Anvil Creek andGlendon Brook Road** for. thepurpow. of gidinrj the.banks at the-: Glcndon Brook Cwsshnr, I am now directed l>y the Secretary for Public -Works to inform yori that the. "Votes: of 187* are now exhausted, and there tire no. funds available for the pnr pose alluded to. lam, however, to state that a report will be obtained upon the application and on receipt a further communication -will be made to yen on the subject.' ':?;;. ' -1 have the ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original and Selected Poetry. LINES WRITEN IN THE GRAVEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Original and Selected Poetry. 13S3? wmi'iaW >? TV* GBAVESAKD, BJL. SiDatesoR, ? QctiJwri.irM.. _ ./trMadMtUF, ofcl -Ho* m<BT. - - -JKrfcewfb ttt* lewd of a??r ? Jw **. <y?T TOadK-tfny atOUll<II?. e? ntfrjr eared ud kqit. . A aavthar oK hatai-moU. * .>jat h*r thia,*eoarMM> IwauT* Ot?J- ?**? the Talwe ot }!?>, Waapoawt-awMoxraiocnm. . , jLMtOM?rytaii.l.?GaUaat??e>. ' Tlnefcr that" ?wojiiH-.ejpaw- tat. Th*ontn--?hfcgthoW?i ?lnJt. ?TIWT bi?tla>&)ntn(s?adrrboai?. Alaat thatracb; itMrtld Aa. .I*o prinai and htooot of taariheod. ?oo.?>fchaic-cnK39d thr bWr. ' Jtnrf the An* of OBC "1 cUUhood, - ? Aro?g'romTTi)n?lint haae. fagwat imbbv ' -' A-dUsbOTiKtniy.twael; FocjorxonmiHiera laend, TS*CllrT ottbt I>?d.~

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Premier at Newcastle. [By our own Reporter.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

The Premier at Newcastle. [Br box bins ItEr-OKrEB.1. MojnxAT last was a great day is Newcastle, in consequence-of the laying ol the corner atone'.of. the new. School of Arts,, by. the Premier-of the colony, the Hon. Henry' Parkee* The city, from an early hour in the 'morning, gave unmistakable signs that some* thing unusual was about to take place, and as the. day wore on, the streets were alive with, holiday-seekers, dressed as is usual on such occasions, and wandering about in that purposeless manner which characterizes persons, who are ? few horns too. soon. The special trains from the mining townships, and from Maitlaad, brought a large number of visitors to the city- The day was about as unpleasant ?s the most misanthropical being could desire, in fact, it could not have been worse if nun had been pouring down, the while. The thermometer was in a very ex alted state, and the prevalence of a hot, gust; wind, which raised the duet in clouds, and fought here and there an odd battl...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

New Year's Races. A PUBLIC. SXKETIXO t.f tliuse interested in gettii.R ?]> KACES for NEW YEAR'S DAY, at Singleton, will be held at 'the ROYAL HOTKL, uiiTUUttSDAY, (to-, morrow) evening, ?t*<ci'cloeb- , - Jons vilson, . . Reeretary. Wanted. ~~* FENCERS to erect two miles of 'tvro nulcd fencing: Timber p/wl, on the ground. ' Apply to \r. -waddell, .rwsit, HenVenuc. _ WANTED, MEN to cut Thirties. D. R. ? JI-KAY, Minimbali, Oct. 12, 187*. To Buildere. ERECTION OF A IK", PICAS' TBRIA'G ANT> PAITTriNO OK, THE CATHOXIC CHURCH, SINGLETON,. nnEXDERS for tlic above wort, separately I or in one. lire invited, on or liefbro the 31et Octoljer. instant, according ?o linne enit to l>c bc-cii tritlt, itnd all parti culars obtaiucil from, the Itcy. C. Fontaine at the Catholic Presbytery;. Singleton, to whom tenders nrc to be ndtiresseil. i* not U? lie wainscot to tie irnlle as specified. To Stand this Season, jftuT COE I WD jSt. Ihc ,Tlion?oj;h - l>re?l. TBlwxi Colt, -" FR...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Volunteer Rifles, C.O. Parade. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Singleton VolnnteerBilles, C- 0. Parade. - Tin rsaal monthly parade of thia Company took place on Saturday last, on the parade ground. -Blankcartridgewaaaoppliedtothe jnen, aod the Company waa tin rwrifiiwd by Lieutenant Btacyin fJw? manual ami coos piny drill.; and in Yollcgr end file firings sad. skirmishing, l>7 Diag-iastenctoc Bnmnont. After parade the. roll wa* ca?ed, and staxttedthefoUowing attendance, vrc.l Cap tain* JLfeuteiMmt;* Sergeants, SI rank and file; total, SS. Jls£smen'e Badge* were peesented to XT member* of the Company,- to.?— Captain Loder, Trf—?+?-??"-* Stacy, B*"- Qlemie, Color sergeant McCaQunt, Qnai >?w iitaofar-tergeant Loder, Sergeant Gkner- (Cram?tV Corporal Hawthorne, PriTate K. J. Ptjrate Iboe. Cnneeit, Pri?te JT. XHawthgcne, Eri- Tate Jarmmn, Pttrate J. Hicbrfa, PrirateA. (XKobinson,PrtT?te K. J. Bohaaa, Etftate FsecE Smith. Piirate. G. S. Kngletan. and jftiTate ThoeL BL Hoble. It m*jr lie interesting: to many of our readers to know that badges, f...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Mutiny. [BY A MERHANT-CAPTAIN.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

The Mutiny. TUY A MEBCIIANT-fAITAIS.J i_- - - - - J Isr tlitr year 1$5£>, I had the misfortune to hrse the vessel I then commanded Hpuit one ?>f those dangeronsr coral reefs that He hid lteneath the smiling blue water* of tbe Grilolo passage, near Borneo. The schooner liecau'ie a total wreck n few honrs after she struck ; but the crew and 1* were providentially readied by a passing vessel, and carried in safety to Singapore. Tlio residents at that . port were extremely hospitable nnd kind to us; brit,. after a few weeks' sojourn upon the fair island, I grvw tired of lending an inactive life; so, wiwm one. of. the leading merchants nuked uic if I wonlit engage mybclf as Accniid mate on hoard tlie itnly one <if his ships thru ready to proceed, to V.nnfjir, 1 joyfully accepted thiri offer, and vras duly installed on Want the l-'lorinda. a fine l?irrpie, of four hundred ami eighty ton-, register, loaded with a heterogeneous cargo of '.nAtivu pr??l?icc, and inniiiicd by ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE MOSQUITO HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

THE MOSQOITO HUNT. - tflftt ? mmiKt wm heard tout * twrtbto hum, ,Y A* am**! U>* cfcsoilKr ??* tniRfed. iXaa*?ca of U??oi<intto,?rbo?iferuB?i?taaadnm ? ObT ifehctable ilniakeni a?4 we?prfa& Wc.aoacht It dnrkly a> draut nt night. Our tmH oncfitttr taming... , Bj the-acnqntlbaj MowibeanVa, nU) Iteht. lad oar candle- dlmlr. barntae.. So aietoe (mmt conttnrd oor html, Bnt In a ample njlrht dnM aa>t aUviMK, We ?ali?He??l ahoat lili aoirlU ilfcurealoil: " On tb6.iaiUo4r4?tlcat>klpperK.. Snort'awl'bar -xm tlie ?????*<. ???? le* bit. teat U?KHimlsbou''l dbturbth* nmqniCo, Sat ire tteadlaoajr.CNni.Or> UaS.whJttMraabad Walt. And. thoojrha- how ?c Iwl Iteen .M*, 1 on ! * Bat tmtt ahliuui aMlwt'to-e'*!*** ' Err -wo had mrt the- imteS that hail bit to. AirfntblOcoor.lwotsipa-n-yotnr' terrible alar-. . -And maor. thnmoM-inito or/nr-rca. 'Qaie*Err anil RtwllT we-tnntcl from the cfead-. *> . Awl V*t hha all anil ftoTTt . cnta &l?n caudle Mul p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

l-ATKST COMMERCIAL. The demand for copper i-? dull, nnd price- show a tendency to decline to late rate*. Sugar w meetiug witlt increased activity. Pepper if tpiiet at lower <lin>£?tiaii>;. Tin- market for rice i> HtentTy. and a goml bn*inc?* is Iwinjr 'Join , -. Tin iojHiot. and prices iiuctante daily, straits i? quoted nt £93 10a. t.? £'.n UN. -. limu-a r je99 to ?£, IiOO. Tin , Ira. iiiai krt 1-. largely supplied, and ,ilt(i"Mjjli iniMifSv i> fairly active, prices 'aiv generally loner than those which ruled nt tli? oj)cnii?g kc.-isoii. Pending forthcoming public sales, business in ?iilft-> is. cutirely suspended. The AFtiUnli station, near Uubbo, irffli IGW head of cattle, liu>> been sold to Mr, Sorwea, at a satisfactory price.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Arrival of the Mail VIA TORRES STRAITS. (From the Evening News, Oct 9. Brisbane, 2.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Arrival of the Mail VIA' TonnES '"STRAITS.-.'. (Front theyEcening Xeiet, Oct 9.} Brisbane, 2.35 p.m. ?'; The mail steamer Somerset, Captain Merrr, left Singapore on September S!Oth, and arrived at Townsville last night. Passengers for Sydney : Mc&srs. Slowan, Underwood, Franfcoman, Du crot, and Simmonds, for Sydney ; and -iO Chinese for Townsville. The Somerset (s.) passed the Atjch (s>.) anchored off Cook town. London, August 21st. Her Slajesty the Qncen, tlie Princess Beatrice, and tho Prince Leopold, trho is till indisposed, arc. residing at Bal moral. His Majesty the King of Denmark, and Prince Waldeiunr, after visiting her Majesty at Balmoral, left for Copenha gen, accompanied by the Princess of Wales. " 'The Sake andDnchcss of Edinburgh have returned to London. H.K.H. the Prince of Wnles, after paying a vitit to Devonshire and to Somersetshire, held a grand Masonic reception at Plymonth. The strike of the agricultural laborers has ended.' ,The Ehglibh harvest J!? ab...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 October 1874

Births.   On the 13th instant, at Barorma, Single- ton, the wife of A. A. DANGAR, Esq.,of a   son. On the 13th instant, at her residence. John- street, Singleton, the wife of Mr. G. C. FORD, of a son.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

SPAIN. crises;have been ntmonrdd, and changes are anticipated in the military- departments. Military opera tions of. late have been in mainly .in' favour of the Ciirlists ; they dominate in several northern provinces, levy taxes and Cnstoms duties, destroy railways, murder prisoners, and surprise wcnkly .defende'd towns. Lngunnlia, in Navarre, was captured by introducing., twenty' Carlist-s, diguised as muleteers, with j rifles hidden iv carts, who possessed | themselves .of- the gate and admitted their comrades. On .the 17th August Serdurget was treacherously surrendered, to Tristauy ; i the commandant-was shot; -185 soldiers and :12 old guns were taken : ' the captors also recovered possession -of ' tO,0"00 piastres paid .to the -betrayers of the fortress. The Bishop of Ansel was im plicated in the surrender. Tlie Cnrlists then proceeded to Pnycerda. Tlie re sistance of the town is bravo, and Cnrlists snffer much from shells and sorties. Hero Alcaniz and Callabra have been seized ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

EXPOKTS. To Melbourne, £511,100;. Sydnev/1 £279,000; Queensland, ' £22,200*; j Adelaide, £181,300- Tasmania, £20, 900 ; New Zealand. £264,400. j

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. London, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

TELEUKAPH1C SUJX3LA.BY. London, September 4. Xliuintomnnagumentof the Pacific mail service excites misgivings hero. The London agents hare for two months de clined to book passengers tlirongh to Australia. According to letters of complaints iv the Times the San Fran cisco agents refused to endorse the ~rail way tickets of passengers from Aus tralia per Tartar, although tliey had prepaid their fares to Liverpool. This involved great hardships, and some were compelled to pawn watches and other valuables to get on, and others arc still detained in America. "From explana tions it appears London mid America bad warned the company's representa tives in Australia tliat, unless the funds to, pay the transit across the States and the Atlantic passages were remitted, they .could uot guarantee passengers going forward. The agents* letter was acknowledged, but no money sent; an offer was made -to the Government of Sydney and New Zealand to take over the contract, and continue tho service in con...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English Mail News. (From the Herald's Telegram.) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

English Mail News. <f7v>? the Herald's Telegram.) Ar>Ki,Air>E, Tuesday, 5 a^u. Thk P. jmil O. steamer Pcra arrived off Glenelg at 11 o'clock last, night after a splendid passage from Galle. Tlie sea being rongh prevented the landing of passengers and mails till nearly 3 ajm.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Haunted House. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

The Haunted House. ' <.t 0>mj>lrtr Talc.) fioi.urcs hiiiibrniits d:mccd through tin frws. throwing flickering stlrailows - i?n tlie" smooth jtrwn sward. Tin: west wind its. cooling lircatli, and tlif lic}>|>y >>inU twilh-rol in tliefr. K.-afy ri>vrrn. Th?? litfiil m>tiii<l ?>f limbic ? and tti?* limn of {jay yoiiiijj v?iic"j Un.-?t<.-?l ?mt of tin- <-i>f>it wiii?i?w of Miton Villa. -A olif? ,l *. form )uirti-<{ Urc j*woojii?jj t-urtaiii'i. and tlitt<-<t mit into tluj broad vcntiiihiti. A hiippy *i?iii? limited 'tip ln-r I'jiir face. Sli<-* loaned against tti?- tiif-wrciitliitt lmliistradi-K in pem-ivi- attitude, :in<l loved with tin dro?>}im£j Mower* ?>( tin* tanjghil vine. Willi a_r:tr-..ir I.mfc iv lu-r eye*, .-lie woavvd, in fano's luiun, goMcu drcjinis of tin* faturo. A f;iv? i?f itiiinly tix.uM. with VsiriifKt. lilack i-yj-v. jjmivil l>y h...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

'- BBigTtAKB jixb : torses inn(t_rra;;-:'.: <: -; : juaacr*,T. uxsrjyrcn. pna- l?h October, ISM, . Atxmt &ra. 4th Oct. I?7<.' - ..Vth.lfommt.rT. „.' „ lit Nor. _ . lUh.DwcmtKT. „ _ TKh . , „ lOthSMDtarr. I?7i „ ITtlx Iw?. „ ? „ 7?h Jtebrejuy. _ „ Wth Jsb.l<74. -TtkAlmh. _ ~ airtFcb. „

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A FANCYGRAM FROM FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

A FASiCVGRAM TWOS* TJjL ? ..Tne nr*-f rwnir- ttnb-kjjr frock twe —tucfc ' 'llut ?'??a tlm Ittt * l*feirt wunjd mc!t *?, Th?**f—** J imW Mrtc tU-clriT* ta twdr ? ; - " ?£tK-Kimct>£U_>Fii{l>l)a>Cu. ' " The iAne *n?o? nff *.fdmn?- tlutii jimra**,. n " XKran to rtr braeb mas qitfcLly tradkpnl, , ( 3Fhlta'JC>M?g" iau£<in?ti?* ?????> Itwid:)/dittos* I i *? *o> I 'thftky irti?-}i?r alonil ?ft!? Kfre ' .Tfcittlet >zbl?7f tirtM mitre , * tnn ; "VondrririntiteVt at ? cimj. h he'r~ i,,, Said ttwlktnifvttb* Fiji I?i?m)i>. p **T?r?i?a?i4lCMttpfiwrwr?|P?tuuilcilt, Ten them it U l.iv KO-1 "HI : For Sir 7!ncmfa? iixn?r. W^rlfC* v" ?wd.a?Kinc<>rittM'FVriM?w->. M Tbc LlwtaMt ttleem- lit ptek o*tt,' .Some fca.VM-V??a*t*>f?> I'U ' .RiMtb,. KTucof " Of ?l>ltram?'< lrmi>t k<> nudo m a?w, idlbeft, jl?t t?k*>? jwJsr orjf?v~ lfw.li vrri< fed, ?A ther wiK do," ' M Thnft T?*4-H?itp thtt'n limtr N-ra Jww*,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

£1? £ingtrtott g-rguis. " Swtjim to- no MAstrrat; of no sect JL*I." .'-.???-.. , . . "BK JTTCT. JUili FEAB SOT; X.T7T Xil. THIS .RNIM THOV ATil'ST AT BJC TBX-GOVSTKT'B, Title GOD'B,JLSD,IraiIH'S.''

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Original and Selected Poetry- A MOTHER'S CARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Qrig*t>*Vmirl Selected Poetry- *-* KOTflESrSCAKEl". ' I A l_*?f tai Vi ?v>h? 1 *? t" 1*—*? ***? AwBlJcPl-raiM Iw piochnl ?nJ -iehclM Iwii. _W?tt*?-moclt-T3;_f??.'?<r?i*u*l~V ' * Anttfttektar ?????? r?-?unrttf <"ot*J h?? ISAM* *>* jteuuit mSr j> atnar, ami u> V* 1*??e .The MoAer cl~psi miah ?~t yon ooo? im ?*~-**i. '.) „?. X?P<dCl?hnfl<.iite Uaco'tlMtJVMil mtow. ttw V4C&O- uftljc whbp-risic hnahrd IBM nttnrtt? Ffe*er to th? thw? ?f Onw, Tiar wvirbo rtem cV> r*I!? oC Ttatar tint. Fix-oor'?tlu,pckMU'rMMilMaban>> rw ??ir ?bi> ?iof ku'fi f ?r?? ??1 tuw' bh O-^ MdrtVi ixur mv nctorl; uurfunr. Agdn '.m f?c?pn- tV- ?o.Tnfn: Tlie Jtotlwr ?oau4lcrh?rr v? W*l??*. SortlutC It ulrpt Ih. ????. f-np ?'?> ?? <?* l>^l , ?, VA ?ooa bar wainl tttnunl into .Ir-polr. -. * AndUmirhrralin]; labile In iw>x>. O-ie tv ifT fend ?hrict p?n>- nmc ?l*t "tlllT ?lv

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