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DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM E. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 26 November 1861

DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM E. VINCENT IT is our melancholy duty1 to record the death and burial of Mr. W. E.- VINCENT, the Editor of The Indepen- dent. He expired on Friday night, at his late residence, Bacon-street, after a   short illness and was buried with       military honours by. the Grafton-Volun   teers, of which corps he was member, on Saturday afternoon.             Mr. VINCENT was an old colonist, although but 37 years of age at his death. -He was the pioneer of the Press in this district, having established the Examiner; and recently The Inde- pendent, and some years: .established a Press at Otago, of which place he was   one of the original settlers. - He also held the office of reader on the Sydney Morning Herald:^ . Mr. VINVENT was ever liberal in his politics, and the staunch advocate of   Separation; . al...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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SYDNEY. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

; SYDNEY. ; . '(From the. Herald.) COLONEL GOUE BROWNE, lato Oro vernor of Now Zealand, and Governor elect of Tasmania, left his' family and. suit,- for Hobart Towri, oh thursday,' in the steamer Tasmania, j ' A meeting - of ;<thë Northumberland . Jocky Club' was held'oivMonday,' Decem- ber 2nd, at tho Denison; Hotel,/Mait- land,' and a conimitteo formed ..to collect subscriptions in aid of tho race fund. It is proposed to form a . society in Sydney, to bo called " Tho Poor Room-, keepera Society," for - the j reliéf qt' such , of tho sick and indigent' as, from'.their position br antecedents; ¡would bo india , posed to seek the. aid of the Benevolent Society. ? Tho captains of comjianics in'_ the Central Battalion of Volunteer Rifles, . hayo obtained from, the. Minister for ^Lands'(on-application) a pieco of ; lund ?hotweetu tb^;fmilitary butts aud' the Randwick roadj'for the erection of butts . for-thé :use of -members of tho, battalion. Tho Chief Secretary lias also pr...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR columns are open to all writers who refrain from the use of virulent language or personalities, but we are not responsible for opinions expressed. THE FERRY PUNT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

"ORIGINAL /CORRESPONDENCE, Ounc'olumns'aro opon to all writers who refrain' from tho uso of "virulent lnngimge or perso, nalities, but wo\aro .not responsible for '0pmion8 oxprcsacù\v - \ . . . THE FERRY PTJNÏ. TO THE. EDITOR OF TUE EXAMniEn, Sin.^ICnowirig that tho columna bf your UK valuable'pnpor aro always opon for tho free dis- cussion of any'griovnnco whioh'may seriously öfiect the oommunity ot largo,' I bog lenvo to call your attention to tho nv¡1 íiowoxisting as're gnrds tho punt-tho. want of a" ropo.- Now, Sir, I havo bein given fyunddrstand, it, has arrived BÓ'mo'timd[bapki''andlins,bean lying in a'neutral Btate, and; toonBO^ehtly,'^' uro- as bad off as over in mn-'modo of transit across tho river. - Oil Saturday last,-having occasion witha'friend to transact some,business'. in tho suburbs of North Grafton, I went to tho Ferry, and was given to understand it was impossible to get our hones over.}. [ We determined to wait philoso pincally for tho morrow, thinking then to af...

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ANTI-SEPARATION MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

ANTI-SEPARATION MEETING'.. - TO TnB 'EDITOB 1 . OT- THE EXAMIJfEll. Bin,-1 see by..last week's Examiner that my name was frequently mentioned nfc; what bur nnti< separation .friends falsely coiled an anti-separation meeting, but whioli, liko ninny moro of their nt< tempts; oro about ns weak as any weak causo can . ! boast of., ; I should not think it worth my .while to roply to such random assortions ns woro mode at'that mooting, wore it not that they, aro palen.« lated to mislead strangers, Thëibtrtlion of .the song tho whole evening sooras tobo that I hoyo offended thorn by, ondea» vouring.to get'signatures to tho potition infavour 'of separation', Ïsuppose in a frob country I 'hnvoa righb to dojwhatiliko. ns.long as. I do , not mnko mysolf liable .'to tho law ¡ nt any rato I hnvo ns muon right to bo a soparationiBt as' they , hare tb bb anti; and I' shan't ask- thorn wholher I do right or wrong. : ? . *n».?~ '' ;, Tho Mayor is vory wrntlv nt my tiping P»'u w...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

i" ' EXPORTS. . ; December^.-Urara1 (s.)', for Sydney ; 426' bags maizo, 43 liidß3, 200 ounces of :? gold, and sundries.. :?. ; ' ?

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION DURING THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

ABSTRACT OF 0'ALES BY AUCTION ,DÜHiyO-';THE WEEK. CROWN- .LÀtf D.S'^&IiE. tr At ahn. CW "?R1 "JIIöii9e;,':xliis Day, nt now,' Saßlof:Crowns ' Lnncb'on Woodford Island,- South 'Ann of ? 'tho '. : Clanmea RiVor. At Tabulam,/This day, .-and. To-Morrow, Crown Lands, . County of Drake, parish of Picarbin.

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RICHMOND RIVER. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

I : -, : . .RICHMOND RIV HR. . ¡ ' . ? ??' ? : V1- - AHIIIVAI.S. ..] ? november 24-lióse, from Newcastle. ^ovénibár ; 25, -r- Boorrowanpr, . from ?Bytopr\ \ \ :? ? vNbvemB$iN 23i;-AC/clono; from Bris- bane. '* \ .;. . . .DKPAUTUnrfl. ii . November,. 27th. - Josephine, . Jane Sommerville, Storm King; Helen, Black Diamond, . ! and Rh odcriek . Dhu, for Sydney ; Jane, for Newcastle. -December 4-Boorrowa'ng, and Zono, ibr Sydney ;-Rose, for Newcastle. . : Janet Dickson in tho river loading. i^* The steamer Grafton for , Sydney Kwi.llroot leave till 0 a.m. on Thursday,. i¡ The Perseverance loft : Sydney on 29th ultimo,' and .was oiT tho Heads on Thurs-; day,!..bnt, did not cross the bar. till Satur-: dav morning, and reached tho Factory; early .yesterday. She will load 'for Rockhampton, ' Tho' Grafton -(s..) left Sydney nt. 10 o'clock on Wednesday night, arrived at Newcastle at (J a.m. on Thursday, loft airain at ll a.m j nnd crossed tho bur at, . 7 p.m. ou Friday ; laid all night at tho...

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SALE OF CROWN LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

SALE Öl? CHOWN LAND. . A SALE of Crown lauda, under the -new régulations, took, place, yesterday,' at « the Court-house, Grafton. . The .attendaudS* was good.but bidding slack. - The follow- ing is the quantity sold, with tho name of purchaser and price : I. WOODFORD ; ISLAND, CIWENCE EIVEB. I - ' . '?. ? v.. . . v . . '. ' a?nics. .< i 'A. ?n., r. »pûttoaàSKB. . > £ ¡ e. d. .49 ?, 0 O . Donald Slunro, Grafton. 40 0 0 l'7't 0 : 0,-Jamos Watson, Ulmarra 130 18 : 0 ?46.-0. -y 0. : donald Jtfunro, Grafton. .40 0,. 0 I '41 - 0 " 0. William" Jones, Ulmarra. ,80 4- O I 45: 0 .0 .-J Noonan, Southampton 01 6 .0. I ' , ' TotUMBI, Cl/AIÍEíTCE RlVEB. \Zi:0:. O.'J. Oamoron, Gt, Marlow.. 89 13'fW I 20: 2 O John Smith, ditto .... 25 12 '6 [19 1, O .Jomes Cameron, ditto ... il- 3 . 6 21 0. O . P. B Donaldson, Grafton . 28 16 O 28 2" O Jumos Wilson, Ulmarra. -28 10 O 46 O O John M'Lnohlan, ditto... .40 O O 45; 0.0 John Shaw, ditto.' . 4V O O "40 ? O 0??: 'D Steuart,-Strontian'Park 09 ...

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Gardeners' Calendar for December. BY A RESIDENT FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

Gm'riviici'g' Calendar for . December.' ' . BY A RESIDENT PAIMEH.. lois. TÜR FIELD.-Piont maizo,¡ Plough nnd keep free from.weeds,lilpd intended/for autumn green crops. S' ' >~ ' '"

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PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

PÍlODIÍClí CIRCULARS'. WHOLESALE. , fANI)EUSOi/,'ÔAMPUBIiI.,;ANb CO.'s] J Arrivals during Mio past week Imvo 'continued few, and business brisks .».« -. : - vt ? ' ' .Tlie firmness noticed in-wheat and dom* lust week lins continued (his ; snleu continuo1 lo bo .effcof od without aomo diiïloully. ,-Maize is almost unobtainable), and tho demand is very good ot fis 3d to-day. : . Hay-Lucerno hos advanced to £ö per lon for first-class. ? ' ' ? L 'lîncoii-5-6d. to 7d..pcr lt). .> ''- j,, 11 i Harley, línglish-TrCí: to 7s. per Hourn "' vi ? .Ditto Capo-Cs : ? .Bran-ls 3d .por. bushel ; ??? v . Butter-4d to (3d per lb, .Cheese-3d to Cd ? Calves-3Gs to <lOs-oaoh> '? ' . .Flour-finest Town-£12 lös fo 13'. per toa 1 -Ditto',- Ano Adolaido-£13 to 14i «ditto-1 - Ditto, (Ino Country,-12t.to 18'. do. ,:. . .-, Hay-Lucorne, Sl.Aoßl. por'ton .'. - Ditto, Oaton-Nono '. . . ..!??? . ... Hides, heavy-10s; to 12s; each. ?. .^Sfaize^rSs.itl-. . '. ?..] \ V.--?,. ? ?? V.-*'r\V Onions-0s ...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

ULMARRA. . £KROM"OUR CORRESPONDENT.] ,. . l/iiops.-Thc wheat crqps are, with lew exceptions, safely Roused, and appcar to be a decided improvement on last year's yield. The present low price of wheat and flour, will prove anything but en- couraging^ to tbe farmers ; and, except as an -article of food, the wheat will scarcely 'páy. for'growing.' - -The. settlers on the Clarence this year, iwill have an opportunity afforded them of .obtaining flour from wheat- .of their ¡own, pro- ducing j; without tile trouble/ and,? cost of shipment to Sydney j. Mr. Fraser, of . Small's wharf; having erected a 'flour mill- - on r the '.' newest <;-. arid. most improved principle,'.which will be ready for work by the 1st of January . next. Com.-The late r'ain3 have^pro'ved' very acceptable for thc growing ,cbrn¡j and'.. : there is; : at- present,. .every. appearance of a good turnout next season. ' TlVcrc is a decided* increase in the' number of acres planted this year, owing far,the. clea...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ABRIVA fiS. ? December 7.-Grafton (H/)," 210 ton«, Captain H. Creer, from üyuney'dth,' and Newcastle 5lh instant.. : Pawiengero Lord John .Taykmr, C. Irving, M. L.A.; 'Messrs. Gerrard, Hitchins, Blaneowe, French, Griffiths, D'Arcy, Fisher, Iian .ninger, Mackellar, Gibson,Mackay, Mrs. Heather and child, Mrs. Fairmvortb, , :fl,n<i 18 in.the steerage. . . ' 'December 8.-Perseverance, schooner, 71' tons, Captain Smith, .from Sydney . 2Dth November. .. G. Kirchner, agent.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (From Armidale Express.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

LIEST INTELLIGENCE, . (Itym Armidale Express.) : ; . IT is urjíektood that a proposal will be made byjtje Ministry to-night to post- pone cerUri measures on ..the.-paper and in contenllation, until ; next ' session, to pass thé pimates, and, Iring '.lie present íeísioh ll alelóse by Christmas1. «This in jas!.oozed out, and-iii hkely to iii no'opposition;. It. is generally that many, vacancies, will take ingithe ensuing recess. , a HELD ËLKCTION.-We have to rc« rn Úiauks for. no; fewer- limn four sllemeijts from various gentlemen on tl ie Titerfijld election. The last to, hand inludesjMaryland (not known when the ottos wete forward ed) ;f and givesa cum- ple! synopsis of the- return, showing.,;jbr .Mt«; adrtfobl'l'ZOf'SIriftM.'r'Butdekln, (Mi Mr, E.. R. C.'.Robertson; '91 ¡ Mr. H. weis, 21. Majorily.for. Mr.'.Gordon, 32. Election warmly contested, yet in a firarale spirit^. f*,r" - .~ MlRuBdenls motion', affirming the necesly for,replaoing the Northern mail RUardlhas been negatived i...

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SEPARATING ANTI-SEPATIONISTS—OR A VOICE FROM BAKER'S SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

SEPA RATING- ANTI-SEPATIONISTS-OE A VOICE' FBOM BAKMffSßWAMP. . TiïB Mayor "of Stafford.; hàdV thirteen reasons for not -ringing' the bells, and firstly,-that he had no.bolls, but he.was a mero fool in comparison ';with the Mayor of .Grafton, who had six reasons' against Separation from New: .South Wales j and firstly, that it Ávould be n change for tho better. . .The unanimous desire of the people bf these Districts' for separation ;from.New South Wales, .received: à^mosijs striking illustration from what » wascalled tho Anti-separation Meeting at Grafton,: on Wednesday the 2Sth of Novombor. _ ?'Undercover of the shades of night; appropriate; to works of darkness, two dozen and à half of\pepple, who foolishly supposed themselves'toT ".Anti-separa tionists sneaked together into a place ominously namod the." ifyofciWy". Rooms,, and after'tallang an amount, of political nonsense, exceeding even what the un- happy title of the premises would justify, proceeded with much unction' to stu...

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THE LATE MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

y THE LATE MEETING. Í. -J / TO THB EDITOBaO]?. THE EXAMtKEli. \ ? '??.,'Sin,-Frogrettho necessity for cóntradiotiriv a' {Maternenti'by ÀWeriîianiM'Fadclon,. npponrin ju «four last week's paper, to tho effect that ho' " iád attacked ino\bn , tlio' subject of tho 'Separa on, petition, and. that I ¡udmítfod that . Mr. Pa no' . . would bo handsomely-paid'",-t --'. .'? ¡ , ? \.'? . I noTcr stated whether tho paymont [. would bo ;* handsome " br othorwiso ¡:'but in reply to iii enquiry whether Mr. Pajno whs tb 'bo. paid ni replied that it could not. bo expected that ia ? could travel gratuitously,- and. thn£ a prop* ?compensation would rio doubt bo inada to him-) , but that ho was in no1 shape áutlioViaed 01' desired io obtain signatures, by .misrepresentation, uni -that he was furnishod with printed copies, of thi pétition to provont tho'possibility of any mis Understanding ' I dinbolieved nt. iho-ltmo tho - otalomcnt - that such misrepresentation had been made, and from ? subsequent onq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

To Hotelkeepers, Private Fami- lies, Country Buyers, aiid others. \ \\ C11Ü5AT BARGAINS at ISAAC * SIMMONS', 320, George-street; near Hunter-street, Sydney. . \ :¿> 100 chests and half-chests .congou,: £6 per chest - . !? . 200 bags' light: counter sugar, MO ^ , branuV,37s. per 112 lbs.' . , 200 bags be!t\iV< Patna rice; 112 lbs, '£1 per^ajk ( ' ' ' 250 boxes Neva sperm dandles, each 25 lbs., l's.-per lb' , ' 500 dozen bottled . fruits (finest in town) 10s. per dozen ,100 cases Hill and Ledger's: 2 *lb. jar Jams, lOd pcrdb. J < ' < lOiCases^lbcrt's^'dinçsiSTBJ tins, . 13s. per doze/, / ^f. . . 200 i dozen table J^ajfir, pints, 5s. Gd. ' per doz'cb '7\r - 250 very fine Vugo/îcured hains, Od per lb. : CO boxes new pudding raisins; each i 501bJ, 5|'d per lb. >. I i 20 quarter-tierces * prime negro-head, tobacco^Kagle brand) in bond, ls.' 6d. 'per*db. ; - duty paid, 3s. 9d. per lb. , :'" > 100 casks'Gundry, Down, and Co.'s pale ale, each .4 doze...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE SCIENTIFICALLY CONSIDERED. From the Farm and Garden for September. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE SCIENTIFICALLY CONSIDERED. ' BY DB. C. MtTECKB. From tte Farm and'Garden'for Sepfernier. TUB ? writer after alluding to a previouspaper/ writes tims :-It may bo cûncludoi that the' mechanical action of tlio plough, harrow, ¡roller, kc, is tho simplest and cheapest- means, of un locking tho soil, and so distributing tho , mattera thus act freö that they may come into close con- tact with thc roots of plants. It hence results; further, that a propor application of tho naked fallow is of tho greatest importonco in Australia;1 and especially for certain descriptions'of soil,j. not, however, for tho sako of resting the ground, but in order that its surfaco may bo changed and exposed to the action of tho atmosphere. Hence tho wonderful -results from'land ploughed before the summer bas come on. Theso rough ploughed fields that liavocxposed their crumbling surfaco to the sun and air throughout the summer, oro known to yield tho Carmor better crops (lian ?virgin ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

Department of Lands', . Sydney, 29th November, 1861. .jl/fiNEllAL .LANDS.-The foU lowing list of " ApplieatiOns*Tto leaso Coal-.beáring and other ,Mineral lands (not v auriferous)} ' which have been . lodged with . tho Government from time to time, between the date of the local Regulation respecting- Coal Lenses, viz.,-2nd M^y,~ 1855, and thc taking effect of tho Land Occupation Act of .1861 (18th October, 1861) is' published for general information. 2. Under thc provisions of clause 22 of that Act, such applications aro . to bc ' dealt with, accoriíirig to, priority of date. .' '? . ,. '.. -.f .;3. Thc decision arrived at by the Government in each case, is shewu in thc last column, and it' is, distinctly intimated to all persons interested, that where any person, who, by,this decision, is'callcd upon'to pay-rent,.'.or to spe- cify thc boundaries of thc land applied for, omits to do so within ono month from this date, all claim to.ithc land; or to any priority of selection,' will bc...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY. PROPOSED INCREASE OF MEMBERS FOR THE ELECTORATE OF THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

LEGISLATIVE .ASSEMBLY. , Ç. \ \ 'TUESDAY. -J PROPOSEDSIÎÎCREASE OP' MEM- BERS PORSCHE ELECTORATE " OP THE ..^CLARENCE AND" RICIIMOND.\ Mn. IRVINO gave ;notice:of his 'inten- tion to ask the Colonial Secretary] " 1. If vñth;;. reference to the' séparation bf , Qneq^sla^d; from -New South. Wales,; 'the^PYerniTient . intend-; to-; propose' '^n;ànicn3mwrof-tho.''sÈlectoral Act bf 1858, with\a view bf mamtáiriing" the full number\)f. eighty "members, as set forth in the .third -section of that Act ?' ' 2;'Whether,.i», any ¿uoh ; contemplated : á^cndrkeht.otí.fché i!said «Act, the prc» , gent un^isfactory - amùlg-anwtion bf "the widely^' divided districts of thc ClarenceNand ^Richmond- (whether as regards : their' relativo topographical Í positions, br. théU1-entirely" ; distinct interests), -in i^jonb electoral district; callddi .the^ Clarence, has received: tho attention oftthe Execntive Government; with a ,vievv''pf! increasing the repre- sentation, of those important pastoral, agricul...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 10 December 1861

fanúncr, / ' TUESDAY, DECEMBERID, 1861.' FiioM the most veliable^authority, v.e arc directed to state that it is thc present intention «of the GOVERNOR and LADY YOUNG to visit} the" Clarence in April next. : Snell; a visit;is an. event, which may probably.<give'a color to the future >f the' Clarence/ -V -> 'M >;\, ~yï i « ' 'As the symbol 'or royalty, we shall be called upon as á district todo honor to our Queen, in the person pf her consul. Grafton must for thc present bury all her little différencies, and as one man, unite in giving that welcome which Britishers in all time and every place are wont to employ. To do this however heartily and thoroughly, there must be preparation ; our institutions must bestir, themselves and attend to those matters of etiquette which such an event and such a visit, demand from a; civilized community. Our Volúñ(¡eers must remember they have a..character"to make, 'and this event'.will, afford an opportunity for display of their \k...

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