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RETAIL HAY AND CORN PRICES CURRENT. 30th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

RETAIL HAT AND CORN PRICES CURRENT. I 30th September, 1856. . ] Oats, best Colonial, ty bushel 12s. 6d to 14s. j Scotch do. 12s. to 13s Barley. .. ....... v -. ........ 13s Flour, ty 100 lbs.40s Bran, ty bushel.5s. to 6s. 6d Har, ty cwt.18s. to 20s Chaff, do.20s Potatoes, do.Hs Rice, ty lb.3d. to 3£d Onions, do. .6d ANTCLIFFE & CEOSS. Produce. Store, Armstrong-street.

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Open Column. "For the opinions of Correspondents expressed here we are not responsible; we give every phase of intelligently expressed opinion a place in this column, refusing no useful letter merely because is sentiments differ from our own." (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

_ ®ptn Column. " For the opinionsjbf Corespondents expressed - fiele «e are »ot responsible ; we gire -every phase; of intelligently egressed opinion a place in this^, column, refusing no useful let ter merely 'because is sentiments differ from our own.'' fïo .the Editor of the Star.) I Sra-^rongh the mediara "of >your widdy circulated journal, I would bring the following remarks.otdcr the notice of Mr Baker and the liocol Coora members, and,-also the aSinere ol Ballarat, for their consideration. - By the 7tii clause of the Kew Regulations a miner can only hold' One share in one claim on one lead, and ho ¿more. :> So far so- good; but he may cell that share; or cay portion thereof, and his transfer, signed by thc surveyor, is legal. The sale is. legal, and,-consequently, the parchase must be legal. Kow, if one miner can 6eli, jab . can twenty »miners 7 and, vice versa, if twenty speculators can buy) so may one speculator; But here the Local - Court step ia and role that one ma...

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FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. 30th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

FB.UIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. ! 30th September, 1856. I Apples, pearmaîn, ty 'bushel ; do French crabs; do stone pippins from 35s. to 40s. Oranges, ty doz., 2s. to 2s. 6d. , Le mons do., 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. Walnuts,'do., 9<L Small Nuts dö., 9d. to 10£d. Almonds, ! do., ls. 3d. to ls. 6d. Dates (by the mat) do., j 8d. Figs do., ls. 6<L Muscatels do., ls. 6d. Prunes, ty doz. jars, 80s. Chflli beans ty tb Sd. Eggs, 3s. to 4s. ty doz. Butter, fresh, 3s. ty tb. Onions (dried) ty cwt, 60s. to 65s. Do. rn) ty doz. bunches, 2s 6d. Ttmups (white) 4s. Do. (Sweed) do., ty cwt. 7s Carrots, do., 20s. to 25s. Potatoes do., 12s Herbs, 2s. 6d. to 4s. Gd. ty doz. Celery do. 18s. Cabbages, 5s. to 7s. do. BEYNOLDS & "ENGLISH, Black Ball Line Store, ' , Main-road, under Bakery Iii ll.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

|N SALE, at the office of this V_f paper. Price One Shilling. The Hew Begolations. As proposed by Messrs. Baker, Tates, and O'Connor, and assented to by the Executive Council. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mr _ John Irwin haring disposed of his interest : in this journal, the'.business will in future be carried on by Samuel Irwin, Thomas Drum mond Wanliss, and .Richard Belford, under the style and tide of IRWIN, WANLISS & CO. Ballarat, September 29th. 1856. ?" -:- ' ? ' .-.-:--_LL__i_ I ... Hew Quarter.. : '-" . . j SrjBSCBIBEBS ore respectfully reminded that the p reseat issue completes th« ? carrent quarter. j

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POLICE COURT. Saturday 27th September. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

SatHrdä{/~27th September. j r-^BfSanW. Turner, Esq., S.M..) I Thoma&DoiuIlj and Tàotna^ .Power.-were Charged with urunkfwne^ and were 'fined 20a, each. '-? ' -' ? ' '.? ~" '? . '..'?'-'<. , i j "Wm Pender :aud:W3ulam Wail, tb* latte* naif naked and "with fat* scratched and Moody ! were charged-wiÜV1Tiolen% as^^ George ? WAÄ (Bte,sase was? called on, títere was no prosecutor present; he subsequently appeared with,» ground % 4us^|a%headj and hhx>d-st31 on thc., part and -hair niatted. He stated, that1 he was coni&g along the Main-road aboni , deren o'clock on Friaay.ii^ht, and OH p"assii^ the two prisoners and 'another Pender "Struck hint on'the forehead with a whip, life-preserver, or feome other weapon, knocking him down and wounding .his ehest. "While down they tried to rob hnn.! He wak not drank at the time. / -" Prosecutor seemed to be half-feeas over while in court at all events/ and 1he magistrate told Mnîheliad a good^minä to lodge him in the. loc...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. HOBSON'S RAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

Shipping ^ntafltgencc. .... . : AÄR1TED. ,r¥ .HOBSOJt'e BAT' - "., fl ^ September SS-Cia^^ s)^aSi^,fiai^ Laimeë*»a^thî«n*. "vT ; .y ^-i/A-im September 26-Vixen, schooner, 4w» Launceston 23rd inst._. September 25-Willing Lass, schooner, from River Mersey. \ September 26^Katè^M,Whinney, schoo ner, from CircalarJBead 23rd inst. Septémbei,íé--Whire «waa, steamer/ from Adelaide 23rd inst. ' September 26-Sailors' Friend, brig, from Ceylon Bftb. iubr-V : 1.: <. I . .. ¿; September 27-Wonga Wonga, A. 8. N. Co.'s ste3iner, from Sydney"54th inst. .,,,. September 28 -Louisa, BChooner, from Sydney 17th inst. SepteMber^9-^arendon"schooner,fr^ Newcastle, N.S.W.. 18dtfW. September 28-Tarbert -Castle, barque, from Sydney IS th inst. ? September 28-Defence, ship, from Liver- ¡ pool 3rd July. . ", . -, September 28-Mousam, barque, from Hobart Tova 20th inst. September 28-Ameer, barque, &6m Talcahuano 9ih July. September 28-Storm Bird, steamer, from Port Albeit. September iS-Queen, ...

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SAILED. PORT PHILIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

SAILED. j PORTJPHlilP BEAUS. , ] September '¿6-1.erndon, steamer, tor Sydney. September 26-Maid of the Yarrow,. Steamer, for Launceston. September 27-Deva, brig, for New castle. September, 27- Bright Planet, barque, for Newcastle. September-Harriet Nathan,-barque,' for Newcastle. September 27-Sir WUliam Wallace, brig, for Hobart Town. September 27-Waterlily, schooner, for Circular Head. September 27-Abbey, schooner, ¿br HobartTown. September 27-North Star, brig, for Hobart Town. September 27-Thomas Lord, schooner, for River Forth. September 27-Carromore, brig, for Port Frederick. " September 27-Ida, ship, for Hong Kong. S erle mb er 27-Yarra, schooner, for Ho bart Town. September -27-Viceroy, schooner, for Adciidde. September 27-Flying Squirrel, schooner, for Hobart Town. September «7-Sir Colin Campbell, barque, for CaUiot September 27-Fayaway, barque, for Newcastle. Saptember 27-Mercury, brig, for Laun ceston. September 27-Mary Ann, "schooner, for Newcastle. September-27-Emily -Ell...

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Commercial. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Saturday evening, 27th Sept. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

(¡fcoiroucrctalL_| COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. | . Saturday etèiSng, 27th Sept. What with the excitement of election pro ceedings and the unsettled aspect of the wéather, there has again been a broken week, *nd but a - fcmfted BTTimiTit of business transacted. The vessels in Hobson's Bay, and the cargoes of five colonial traders; their estimated value being 33;038/. Seasonable supplies of preserved and dried fruits, salted provisions and oilmen's stores ore included therein ; together with consider able additions to our stocks of spirits, vrine and tea. The exports, which are valued at 327/., represent some small consignments to Tas mania, and tobacco under bond for Melbourne. The receipts at the customs are lower than for -several weeks past, amounting only to 3.541Í. 19s fid. If any evidence were needed to prove the growing extension and importance of the coal trade now carried on between this port and Newcastle, it might be found in the fact that the Swallow, the Margaret, the Sarac...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION;-.= This society held their usual weekly meeting on Monday evening. The minutes of the former meeting -having been read, and the members proposed balloted for. The subject, " The land we live in,".was introduced by Mr Jenkihs.'of Muir Brothers, upon which followed a spirited debate. The subject was spoken toby-Messrs. Gilbert» son, Knox, Cathie,fWüson, 33oane,í Mason, andPriée-kiter which Hh'e desirabWy'of building a reading-room was. taken into' consideration. Considerable discussion, ensued on a series of. resolutions -submitted to the meeting, affirming the desirability of procuring a room and library. The members »ow number about seventy, and we think, if there is spirited effort made, there is no doubt of their being able to raise funds enough to erect a building which will meet, all the requirements of the association for seme timer to come. r Next Friday evening a public lecture will be delivered by the Rev. James Baird. Subject-" Geology in harmony wi...

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THE STAR TUESDAY, 30th SEPTEMBER, 1856. LEGISLATION A SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

LBaiSLATíOS: X SCIENCE. mm a man can occupy -in relation to bis fellows iJ&t involves more important, consequences tiuvn,that of a. le^slatof/ Yet we find tiitis' position sought witit ¡eagerness by the idle as a; source of amusement; by the vain as a means of gratification ; by. ;^TCnteers'"as a livelihood; and by "tho, unprincipled as tiie best market £c^ Ûxe^ talents. But what is still- more strange*,: the eagerness by which ibis position is sought, is outdone by the carelessness with.wbieh it is frequently bestowed. Electors arc apathetic, but candidates are -earnest. ; .The nien for whom the legislation is to be performed, whose plans may be frustrated, whose pro spects may be blighted, wHose liber ties may be perilled, or whose inte rests may be sacrifice^ " look on as though the election were a farce, and voting a joke, the issue of wbicb is to them a matter of Ike most perfect in difference. The causeof both these evils is to be sought on thC'One band in' tinv light ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

BLocal gntellígcncel j GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Divine Ser vice of the German Evangelical Church was conducted by the Rev. Matthias Goethe, of Melbourne, at one o'clock, on Sunday last, at the English Church, Bakery HilL Considering 1 thc rainy weather'we had' all daylong, and the short notice previously given of the service 1 there .was an attendance of nearly sixty Ger mans. Mr Goethe promised to supply them, at least once a month, with the means of grace, in their native tongue and according to the rites of the Evangelical Church of men: fatherland. : CAOTÍOS TO DIGGERS.-We would adyise 1 all parties, particularly in the present unsettled state of the weather, to be careful about the nie of charcoal in their tents, sleeping roomsj and other .confined apartments, as there "waa nearly a fatal accident occurring yesterday morning'at Epsom. As nearly as we could gamer the facts, it appeared that a' party of men who are en camped on 'äi'Phaü's ground at Epsom were, with the exception o...

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BALLARAT LABOR MARKET. 30th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

-.-:- 1 BALLARAT LABOR MARKET. j 30th September, 1856. j Daring thc past waek, the labor market has j been brisk. Now in demand : Married conples, j nursemaids, barmaids, and good general female I ?errants. Also, bullock drirers, farm laboréis, quarrymen, milkmen, boys, &c. ! The following are the Rates Current, viz. : Housekeepers, £52 to £60 per annum ; laun- i dresses, £40 to £50 ; barmaids, £52 ; female I ?ooka for hotels, £32 to £60 ; general female j .errants, £30 to £10; dairymaids, £30 ; house maids, £30 to £45 ;. waitresses, £40 to £50 ; married couples, for town, £90 to £100 ; do. for eountry, £70 to £80 ; nursemaids, £15 to £18. -"With llari^nSjjwrjrwk - loct drirers tor tue roaos, ta ut abó ; UIUKKK - drivers fer forms, -il 10s to £2 ; skuightermen, ¡ £1 10 to £2 ; bushmen, £2 to £2 Ss ; milks men, £1 10s to £2 ; cooks, £3 to £6 ; cook mates, £1 te £1 10s; -waiters, £2 to £3; bar men, £2 10s to £3 ; porters, £1 10s to £2; ardeners, £1 10s to £2 ; ploughmen, £110s...

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A CHEAP WAY OF DISSOLVING BONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

A CHEAP WAY OF DISSOLVING BONES/- R;F- '-:J Hw fêrt3iking: properties of henee have. been placed -beyond . question. The-great dunenlty¿as beat to make the^: ^ertüizing jfcperties easily «nd cheaply available, bj all persona engaged in agriculture, how ever limited their knowledge* In their natural state, bones cannot be rendered available for purposes, of fertility, and it is in consequence oí this feet that- so nany bones are turned to no practical account. The same objection does not hold against pulverised bones > bot bone-mills are not common, and if they were, I question whether one person in ten would avail" themselves of their advantages. That bones -can be dis- , solved by diluted sulphuric acid is a well-known fact ; but in consequence of the expense, trouble, 4c., not one farmer in a hundred bas ever thus effected their solution. Manufacturers have ' converted bones into superphosphate of lime, and, when honestly made, it is a j valuable fertilizer; but its price, espe...

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THE PEOPLE'S LAND LAW. (Per favor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

I- No land to be sold if proved; to J»4 auriferous; and if soMtoi&2rwttë$^com<-£j pensation for gold, aoú i v" r . : < ; 2. The right of thepeopletto ^ötde' coltivatea$iiirop#oVe Irna.^yTTrtue^f a J miner's riaht or siniilar license, andrey, for j each land at a fixed price. ? '." j 3 Thé right of tho people *o settle and j carry on any business; under husmessti^ cense, on any unsold land -whatever, and pay^^ suefrîand^whett the Qoternmeat i dfittaÉMfe--: '-5 .sn:.:; 4. No land to be sold unless previously improved. - - heavily tnxpd, and. when, such tax, if un paid, .amounts .to its price, the land to Jbe re-sold. '' ^,.... - '"" At,pre^tthej^dlawa favor two classes -^the squatt» and 'the*'speculator. - The ; speculator. . The former is held up to so ciety as the ¿reat namer to Öle people pos sessing the land, or to real colonists who I -would settle "im .and ícoltivate' the land. I This must be a popular error. The squat ter¿ as such, buys bis pre-emp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

Sotice, JV, & T. ODDIE'S auction sales of ^; ? Timber are discontinued for tire pre sent, in conséquence of the ^proprietors of the Wiirenb^ ^aw Milhj haying failed to fulfü their contract. A .' ' The^Aucdoneera are open to make an ar rangement with parties prepared tn supply 60,000 feet of sawn timber weekly, either to purchase'eitchl amount br to sell on com mission. "Immediate 'application^ is re quested. ? w a ..... J >,.'!.;'"."? -U :' ^ lfj^jöiöilnckBtfii^tipaBí^. ; *. «3î3HT<r;i-a- /iJ*.f. ODDIE.. .tv:: ; .-írtftií'Y-í ' ipiAB.Y3BI ig. aAIiTQÍÍíSifllBettliy a*cv \J ? tion, at their -rooms, Lydiard-etreet, r v 60 arkana doable sase Cork batter . 20-bales rhaff v - « ,0 * -ur J 20 trusseshay,,* ^ 100 colonial cheese-(prime) ^^^.irBBuperSos^uiketS' /. <-t nXrbn bedsteads^ SÀ* Í,"» * 100 bushels oats, (<x>kraial) fr átadk-trowseu l17r " //j An&aw&rietf^aundxjeBt- , ff' " ''^Tenos-Oais/-** 1 ^ ~-^ Notice ioíléttléra, '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

mag ^9^'^:^^rmmm:^ ' Geelong;_- ? ? .1-..-A aj*£i"\ M JxL ¿otoñal** ; Horst, is agent $Sr this Journal it1 Burünyoug./ ? - Wyt »tax* "MAUST SCAD, BALLARAT. PRINTING in all its brandea «XBoosd i vim tare raB/ffflfMfo.ana m thengsfeet j maanert cn Ate mort «roomirat lenna; CXaODULftS, CABOS, . BILL HEADINGS, AND HAND BHX%] Executed in a superior style. 3TAÙ Establishment possesses a great variety vf ULBOB TTPE, suitable far . . POSTING BILLS, Of the largest tttmesmimfft, «aida esa 4e fur-" nidied iaun^^teiy ba order. ""?""?"" Mutins la Oold. ans Colored XnJc*. BLOSSOMS' YAED, Braach Broking Office, .For Goods, Parcels, Swags, Çc. Daily to and from Melbourne and Geelong OCEAN PARCELS DELIVERY j COMPANY. For Parcels at Uniform Bates. To and from England, Ireland, Scotland. $-C. Office na Ballarat, Main-road, opposite bradshaw and Salmon's. GEORGE FORD & CO., .{Late Dan. & Geo. Ford,) _Proprietors. Boyal Mail Estaffette Line of Coaches .for Geelong. Leave every morning at...

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VICTORIA LABOUR MARKET, 26th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

[.*. 2o^Septenber,1856:-j We"have 'received; daring r'the week, |*ef "Omega," 104ringle'inmates, married couples, tile majority with jamffifiB, tad* aboal, 60 single men. . Nearly all eligible for colonjat purposes, at rates- but slightly, below those We,' quote. The demand fbriabbr of all Mnds con-*, turnes good, and,; with the exception of good, female domestics,-always at" premium,-the supply is very fair. Shearers-are inore plenti ful, up to the present time, than wa -have, known them for several yean, "Wages may be quoted as nuder, viz : "With rations-Married couples, for home sta tions, Hotels, &C, per annum f 66 to £80; do. for shepherding, one nock,*£4Ö to ¿45 per annum ; families for two doâcs, £60 to £70 do; shepherds, per antiwñ>.¿85 ; hut-keepers forout [ stations, per do, JÍ30 to £35; do for hotne-sta <tións, £40 to-£52 { ploughmen, per week, 25s ; general farm servants, do. 20s. to 25s. /"bullock drivers for. roads, per week, 30s bj 35s; ¡ do for ...

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COUNTY COURT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Monday, September 29th. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge,) £10 Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

COUNTY COURT OJ" *^ÜKTNTÓ2ÍG ? ,~áf¡0»tty, Septembeir ifàffi, '. ! -« (Befare A. if. Wrixon, Esq., Jn.dge,); £ 10^ Jurisdiction« Goldstein v¿ tfaUanUoe.-bdmmons for j £3 2s , for goods. Judgment for amount claimed. Pollard y. Burton.-Summons for £10, being £6 10s. oa.an IO U, and 1 oz. Ijàvt. of gold. Judgment for plaintiff for £6 10s. Wilson v, VaientLae.-T-Summons for £6 for carriage of goods from Geelong to Bal larat. ,_: -' " Judgment for the plaintiff for the amount .claimed. The defendant did not appear. Bryan V; Holland;-Summons for £315s. for groceries. No appearance of the de fendant. Ji^dgment for the amount claimed. ; . Stewart v. Stewart.-This was aaummons taken out by a boy against his uncle for eight weeks' wages, at the rate of 15s. a week. . , The summons in this case, had not been properly served, and the case was dismissed. Bowling v. O'Neil.-^Summons for £7< for meat supplied^ . The defendant did not appear, and judg ment was giren against him. Brophy v...

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LOCAL COURT. Monday, 29th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

LOCAL COURT. j: Monday, 29fÄ 'September. Present i-The<Jháinhan-and Messrs. Ahrens,. Stoddart, Fraser, Coleman, O'Connor, and Gillies. _Gillespie y"^atfaetig6n-For balance dné Plaintiff stated that he, défendant, and three others, had been mates, and defendant hid re cently taken np a share on The Eureka, hut now refused to recognise the others as partners. The party had been at Brown's, and defendant came away to Ballarat. Plaintiff came in to look after him, and he mid'plaintiff he had better bring his wife in and settle with him on the Eureka, which pkdnoff did; understanding from defendant that one or other should work the claim on the Eureka. When the time, how ever, drew near to go down with the chum de fendant said plaintiff was no mate of his. .. Cross-examined-I was working ut another claim when you jumped the Eureka claim. Any one could have left inc party at Brown's after settling np, hut not when he hked. There has been no settling yet. We were mates ai Inkerm...

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSION'S FOR THE DISTRICT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Saturday, 27th September. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Chairman, Mr Warden Daly, J.P., Mr Warden Smith, J.P., and juries of twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 September 1856

COURT OF GENERAL- SESSION'S FOR   THE DISTRICT OF BUNINYONG   AND BALLARAT.   Saturday, 27th September. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Chairman, Mr   Warden Daly, J.P., Mr Warden Smith, J.P., and juries of twelve.)             A-Kon, a celestial, pleaded not guilty to an indictment which charged him with felonionsly wounding one William Clarke, on the 9th of     September, with a spade, with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. Mr Trench defended the prisoner. William Clarke deposed that he was a native of the Brazils. On the 9th of September, the prisoner took some tailings belonging to the father of a boy named Richard Watts. A dis-   pute arose between the boy and the prisoner about the tailings. The prisoner struck the boy and was about to strike him again when prosecutor interfered, and the prisoner then hit him ...

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