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A SCHOLASTIC ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

A SCHOI»45TIC JEKQUIBT. ?»« Pray tell me trae,** saiil Monsieur Urew- With snail e. aasd. look «f pity, ?*« Who built yon school, or is it fane ; '*Wwaa built by one named Kitty ?' « ^Twas not old Kitty, I well know, But perhaps 'twould verge on treason ? 'To guesg, 'twas one we oaU Old Job.' *? Hah 5 otu, worn area jfonson.* - Pasqotn Juktob. ? «* Hah ! yea, you're right j' or, freely trans lated* *' Oh! aye, you have a builder named Bayaon.' -

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

^.SHWTELL. ' (Prom our resident farming Correspondent.) The farmers on the Old 'North Boad were thrown, on 'Thursday, the 7t$r-iBstant£infco a state of consternation by the passing among them of an unusually large flock 6T sheep; six thousand in number. At this tim&of the year, on the very -verge Of harvest, and with th« peril of destruction staring us In the face, no wonder we looked somewhat aghast fct them, and the careless manner in which they, were -managed. ? under any circumstances, -the crowding an' army of 6,003'h«ngrysh.eepion a roid but a chain wide, 4jefcween wheat fields, was reckless. iShsep and -mutton are doubt less valuable oe im«-ortant mat&srsto t^osevho possess them, but our wheat is the staff of life tons in more senses, than oae. It is to as what the p% is to poor Pat in the =otdd -counthry, **. it pays the-nat, yer honor!' ^ ' =Tbe mif ortunaio sh.eeg thus bungliagljrand «ruel^r men^aQageoL tfeoqgb. they jfltd not in ?some eases liefcuptour whe...

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BUNYIPIAN QUERIES, AND RESPONSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

^TJNYIKCAN QUERIES, A1SD RESPONSES. 'Why h a resident on fbe trawler Eastern Heights, like 9. haughty man? Because he has a constant tendency to 'overlook other people. Which is the last house in Crawler a prudent man would prefer going to? - The one farthest from him, prohahly. Why are the -Rev, Mr. -? ? -'s dis courses like the South Para river? Because they are rather -lry and an- ; When is fhe prevalence &£ secret hum Vbug likely to cease? When the ©reek Kalends commence. When 'will t'he Crawler Foot-police ;make its entree? When Oawler patience makes its exit Bixle ub? Bell.— A correspondent « expresses Tegyet tfo&t our Catholic ^Chapel should have lost its bell. On inspection* however, we found that noble iand solemn sounding instrument in its usual sphere of usefulness, and then discovered that our correspondent's ?orthography had feeea rather detective.

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

[?] TnE Annual mtibting of this valuable institution was held m^^the1 reading room, on the 5th instant. iChereAwasua ^rood master of members present. *?The, PresTdtM, Mr. Mold, occupied the chttir^ arrd delivered an address, congratulating. theK^jftmittee's efibrts during the^pasf fear^aad reftrT-*dto the present -flouriab-, h^rjeoaiaition of the Institute. ^We*m florry ^ur-*eporter .^raa_absent on the oceaston, as we intended to ygive aMl reTioft-.of the proceedings of ike various speakers. The' following is tKe Commit^ tefe*s neporf, which was read by the. Hon. Sfec., 'Mr: f.l- Lewis, v. 'Tow'^bmniittee, on this the ©igHthaaiiinal mftetinsr of mwthbers; in presenting you with: ?a--.-reporh o? tlsoir preceediKgs 'during the past jsrx moTitlis, are sr'ad to'fce In a* pdsition'ito state that the* Institute is iit«, motefioarish ingr an-l beaithy state than on any previous tBegftnsr. During? the last 'tcwinoiitiis. your C?omtnitteo have swnt a. good de^al of time in BTorki'rig rip a- ...

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GAWLER MUNICIPAL BOUNDARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

*&AWLEB MUNICIPAL BOUNDARIES, Cavendo tutus. ^JEreeaution makes safe.' Motto of the Cavendishes. Sib,— InVdebate during the present session the senior member for Barossa (since become the Treasurer)' made a remark to which I have just now no xneans of referring, on the importance of corporate representa tives of landed properties using proper means for the ©on3ervaney of the boundaries defining tham, and referring to the (Jawler Biver as ;a case 'aihowing the necessity for precaution and attention in this matter.' Other oceupa tions prevented my ascertaining at the time to -what portion of the 'Oawler' this remark re - i erred—- whether it had reference to the upper Gawler (more properly the South Para) or to some matter between the two districts divided 4-y the 'Gawler' proper. The case is, how ever, evidently one showing the importance ©f my subject. Attentive wspection-of the two rivers, which form th© chief limits, of our town, show that their course has within a modern ...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

^XJ^C Qg TOE WAOa !Phb talk (of the ^Wags) is that 'that bright particttlarHsi^r'^rhidi 'has recently .arisen .iri^Jhe /firmament ^-f:-the Hoad Board proved a ^will-o'-the-wisp to his brother -magnates -on oceasion 6f the opening^ot the -a n^aston bridge ;-that the colossus of :* rods,' Mr. Sutherfand, little thought when he set out what aro^ was in pickle 'Tor him ; that ? the 'military array of Messrs. :Jaeobs,'Muecke, Van Bertouch, Witt, and the other -eques- trians, and the presentation -of thevt«a caddy to His Excellency 'mttst 1»a^ 3»a3 «i very imposing effect ; that' the -^august Board, on. 'their return^'frbm^Tanunda. evidently left their Bertoui-hes arid their Witts behind them ; that their proceed ing through Gawler in their shHt sVeves has 'been too severely commented on, since, if the. sleeves had ..not been worn ? the/garments themselves wouM probably ' have been voranting. in which case the great men would Save exhibt d them selves in a predicament really deserving of ...

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LOG ROLLING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

* . *QQ J&Oit»I|I-K 1 «m vw vnrmAk X tmma there «aa he time doubt that our reapeieted wespber (H?, fatjae* Jfor&j) mwM toaafa taet^nt^ better, if sot oomplete, mooess is 3»s ap^ieaHiQn tor JB&^QQQ for ^naifing and pairing the soa^ fjxjn\|Sa,wler t© Nuxieotpa, U Stanleys champion -Jfr, Bliffbt) haS feeld tdoof, andsel^jtod soraa other 4ay for askuig fee* gi!^t4i©waT4sTepwa^ %e -^we-3WuH W«*uw-, ^^raQmotta&f^oirogTO'&ebe&gs «tdb*a Jt9 ^gffi^efc. «ow€»er santa I m?«rfta-' asJro Mi, BsgMte ainsfjSanff d'^^iate Wdl,*» : ^fBrte^^MsCoiuV «yort€hw^er Be««,' 'TeWlertiiiiftd^^Cllaro ^Conrt House/* «ad last, ^Ltwal -Court Clerks' Attendanft©;* &a, &Qj—«^«kiQ, I pjpesnme, fw eaeh part of M» ^tv^ncit^n the tasftanoe «f the Tanunda^oad^ weimay ^»nk Mr. Bright for putting a spoke in jMr, Martin*a wbeel, the result 'being to le&re us^one of the worst roads in the oolony. i !l«urft ? '...... : I AJBAIM)SSAFAilMISIL

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FARMERS' CLUBS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

'- - r.: ? :- ^ABMEBS* GttlBa -^ ' '; ^ 1:L:-^ llo&mam^^X^^ ^ An -we po^go -aiia-tong as possible yp$£ pW|)rei-eM-»ttw^M«»^ ?^j^ ^e,^fee-»me8 senBil^leinenjtotake tune itf - irh«uj ^relocfe, Attd -W-'iavfirt i the im€ ©esidmsr'Tuiii of our agri«4ltraral area? ^o^ro fanners' Clubs may^s^^imtHEbr W^^ie/iyestcaiwcra of our ^rioultural I^i^^h^^ that end may seek to peti tion the Le^^atiireto pass an^A^fcpro hibiliEag any persons other than^tWroers, from ' bidding ^sv ^i^be Grown7' lands 'at auction, i But would this 'wholesale de priva&ra --x-T the.liberty ^t ibhe subiect tend l1n «ny way to remedy ^lip errors which we have already committeVl? 'I believe not ; apy own opiaion^as that It would only b^oefemng the-evil^day, arid to put off on to tn« shoulders of posterity the eVtis which we ourselves should bear, at least in paxt. ,~ 'frije.j-ue great cause that' has operated against systematic farming; will be 'found in the fact that in past years -rar farmers have' been m...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

mW£ER COfiPO3E^TiOK. TfTEST-iY, DECEMB'EK 19. Present — Councillors Mold (in the chair), Mitchell, Young, Iftneh, Dek&d, and Loutit. 'Councillor Fwch announced the Tesnlt 3f*Hie.iate election as follows : — Council- lor TSItteheH, Mayor; Councillor 'LeuKt for 'East Ward;* Councillor Deland for North Ward ; and Messrs. F. F. Turner ana W .is. Koterts ^as auditors. Councillor Mitchell tendered his resignationrhaVtn^ been eieeted-Mt^prfi which was accepted ; no fiae -to be im posed. The nomination and election tiays for candidates to fill the office of Councillor for South 'Ward, vacated by Councillor? Mitchell, were fixed. The newly-elected members sererally took the oath of aUe^iance, and suscribed the required declaration. The Town Clerk was directed to call the attention ef the Government tb the delay whien has occurred -in declaring the town a police district, and in appoint ing two foot police ' in accordance with the wishes of the ratepayers.

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NEW FOOD FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

?' /jj^^ii&i^ TraErfoH«wn^^^^anp-tr4afi catioahas beoai «i^|f^Bniii^ from tout 4&te respectsft ^OTighboor, Dr. Sohomburgk, *nd wIU ttt^airte^y ^ classes of rural.Tead«r*v V .-?.-' ^ «.v ' ..-. ;V-- -^ ^Indeed, *any subject ^T greater im portance to the* Colony geneWiUy could hardly claim a place io^ur colunfflB :— . to notioe a -new plant, l^E^rsa 'jSliah,' or Ervum, which the Arabs use extensively ill Algeria, * It is a mnajl -leguminous, plant, the seed of which, after being slightly crueKed, is given to horses ;»nd cattle 'dnring a long drought, and is jBanposed to jhave doable the nutriment in it oTfHirley. {It is said to grow in the most bawen soils, wtfd *to -spread and fructify during tiie meet prolonged droughts. His Majesty the; Emperor i-f '4he R«nch 'has enabled, M.^Guerin M«ncoviile to TnSte *aa experiment on ^ a meagre oalcareons soil on an arid upland* Isithe Imperial 'Vincennes farm, and that gentleman^fcas succeeded, iHthout any. manure,- in thoroughl...

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THE WINE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

ISCaB^^CEABB. Fsou the statistics^iveninour last of the ex portation and of thenome consumption of our colonial wines, it will be «een that this in creasing produce of the txrtony is at -present, «ad likely to be for some time to oome» of per* sonal rather than commercial interest,, the drinking portion of the population requiring ?by lar tbe grea%er18hare of it, and our exports of tho -article being -Sf very secondary impor tance. , : We have heard tt referred to as'«r8ubjectfor regret that ^-ur Exports of this productrahould not be greater, so as to form a bearieriresciitr tance to Britain in exchange for imports ; but this is a rather surface view of Hhe transac tion ; for- it is the same as to results, whether we export a given quantity of produce as a pay ment for certain imports, or wKether we con sume^that quantity of our, produce amongst ourselves, to^ke, exejusiou of certain imports. Butas all «isc-^ea3»rs are sot versed in Ae verbiage of ^[itioal economists,; ws will simpl...

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WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

= 'WILLUMBTOWN, SuwftDDB.— ^A 'distressing occurrence has happened near ^ere-to^a German 4a. the employ -of Messri. ^rrock i& - Lange. He* hanged 'himself last ^Sunday inigit (24th iaetant) % :tbe ; fesra , and was found on Monday moraing^feythe owner, who vent and fetched a aieighfeour: to cut him down. ? He-was -«uBpended to a beam by a bridTe-sfrap.^vifch^sbuckle under each ear,.and one. foot .resfckig on thenoor, both handstand month 'being fufi-«f wheat. The ^eceased owed a. con- siderable sum, and .it '4s supposed that this?preyed upon his .mind, and led to tiie commission -ot the iatal act. . iA verdict of 'Temporary insanity' was. returneU at the inquest which sat on '^teSday, Decemberr26. ! He was . About '50 years old, arid his name1 Ernst. iFiee. — :A 'fire^Droke out -recently on the ; lower section - of Mr. Hiles, -about two miles from t»ar- township. «It tra» ~..-—.v first 'observed by ^a oieighTw» going itb dinner, Mr. John Trest rail -Hfitnediatfcly -' rode mt...

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

ASHWBLL. (Fr©msourTesident farming Correspondents) ! Oto' harvest has dribbled in but slowly, arid1 is alike scanty. Atmospherie changes have Tetariied operatious.a«d hav^ caused t^e wheels »f our reaping machines^© tarry more ttian heaviest ^royw would do. But we -don't despise the day of ^small things, nor are we inclined to sreta-eat before diflSeulties or disasters. We struggle on arid keep our ground with *an eye to the ^future, uhe Blast of ?fce NorUi has shrivellai va, arid hopes oT; ease, of plenty *nd contentment, are for| awhile suspended *or laad aside, and our hope is no vv! limit eS. to looting forwstrd to the time wlien 'the^^ertSizing showers of heaven shall again' bless oas,\and joy and gladness again beam across J©ur parched lands. Were our condition worse 'an-t war circumstances reduced to a minimum; whe would show us any good ? Would Cabinet, or Parliament, -or pastoral lessee ? Sym-; patliy is reserved by our wise men for lott^Jy eqttatters, and the toilsome farm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

APTSBKSINO HUMOEISTS. Since the ** Talk on the Flags' has begun to *«jr; s«nee the J&yress has lost its expw-sive enger ags'Wt «qii«tters and squatting, and th« T«legr*pK* foriuua Paaquin phiUippn-s have he &xrie impotent through their vapid virulent^, the Adelaide fwpws have been .unconsciously ? diverting in anothfrWieparttnent ; and ** jtdver tieementft are now tlieir f»incipal feature for - the amusement of their readers^we may as jrell ..»Yailour-elves of it by way of entertainment : for our readers at this holiday «eaeon. For instance— Mr. T. E. Buiy advertises ' ** Coals ia-«ajv^[u«nti^y,at -the GfBces of the : South Australian' 'Coal* Company limited.* . It naturally strikes the reason at first that the ?Company's 'offices' must be of monstrously ? large tUmerisions «tiU-we perceire that the quan ? thy U 'limited ;'-bat »hy there should be any ? ** limit*' stoth** selling, so long ad the supply is f tTJAeatJy ami»le, i» very puzzling. 'ttesars. Virgoe &am...

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GAWLER TESTIMONIAL TO ML SCHOMBUEGK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

GAWUSE TESTIMONIAL TO BB. | . GCHOHBGfiQS. k ?' A^ymj,ifia^ocisS^e jin 1 1 j fif jj.i innciMini 1 if Q&wle* *nd its neignbonxood asaeratbleel at the Coamweial Hotal, Morray-Btareet, ?adJ&xu*' -l«y,: ths~ 2|M~ 'utBtanW^xa , compliment '**-? -our bo^n invifed iib%^«aieAaijtunfiait far the pre sentation of tbe testuaonial already noticed in our oolnmns. Amonsr ihe oombanv assembled * are the following gentlemen -—Dr. ^Schom bur^c, His Worship the Mayor of Gawler, the Sev. Ganon Coombs,- Dr. Lewis, &&.r2Sx.*&,. J. Tomer, S.M^/Mrf GrWarren, J^P^Mr.Badhan; J^P^Jffessts. Fotheringhiwn, Winoke], Barnet, firoriay; . EoecUger, Sdncaa. Laae, -&C-, «c Hm Worship Mr. -ilitcheil presided on the oeeasion, the viee^&'jp^eing occupied by His Worship the Stipendiaiy M ugistrate. Letters of 'apology for -unavoidable absence -were received from the following gentlemen : — Eev. Dr. Mneckie. Hon. H. Ayere. JDr. Nott, the Hon. the Speaker of the Hous...

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MINTARO. December 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

M1NTAR0. ' De«mber 25. Sear Bonny— The y*«r of 1865 i» drawing to * close; and will soon be nunibered *niong8t the days that 'W€re; and, no dou^t, we can most vividly recollect some peculiar incidents, which may have happened during that time and most cer»«\nly some entertaining items which have appeared in your journal from time to time; and now that it is aboutto-commeBce a new -era in its existence, let us wish 4t a-prosperoum issue for 18?6. sBut while stating the above, it reminds me of an incident which occurred as follows, and which I shall relate under the title of *' Eecollections of by-gone days,' and which is authentic. In the year 18SS. like many more of my class, I absronfted^from - my master, and became a bushranger in the localities which were so highly favored by Hall, Gilbert, and Dunn. I was unavmed. and ram^»led from place to place until an incident occurred which placed arms in my possession, which was as follows, viz. : — In trying to make my way through the den...

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CHRISTMAS IN GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

*CHEISTMAS IN GAWLEE. The fact is: that the Gawler Bailway, as it is called, makes us into a mere suburb of the metropolis, and brings us. so near the sea-side also that this -arifale-,nught roer-a. correctly be headed Christmas 0ut df€ra»$er, for we should have nol;htng to report of Christmas doings beyoud mere domestic jollifications,^ it were not for Host Buckerfield, whose South Gawler periodical amusements are become a sort of institution among us. Great was the gathering: tm iUaesday in and around Bucks, vast the quantity of liquors gliding about all daylong, loud the noise, and high the excitement. .The leading feature of the Mill Inn sports was as usual the pony race. The entries ^eing Mr. Samuel Bradley's Magic, a»-i ^Buck's wtll known Smut. ; Heats. One nale and a quarter. Magic led off4ike* cojuror, at a pace: that was marvellous, '^mut «foU-wtng as close as be was able, from an uncouquer ably distaste the little fellow has to let anything less than a camel.be before him ...

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THE WEEKLY "BUNYIP." TO SUBSCRIBERS, READERS, AND ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

-r ^l^is^^r^Smm^ ; -? [?] As ^3«^jt jntima'tect^ -.^e^^Siaygj:]^yflGt appear, .jritu '^e .VpSr 'rJ&af, as .a. -&$$$. p^p^ t^Brst issue of , the new seHes I cominenciugon , Saturdayj Januajy $& J.S6^ at jflro reduced price .-of .... ~ -^-- : TA3ditioaal talent, -Aafflid experience pens liaye already be§« engaged tot tfre Work, and ; it ,is ; wufidejoLfly .Hoped that ^ie additional ^tutlay .and exertion to: : merit ipubjic support, ni.ay e^etiimce oort; responding encoiiragement. ' The Jiunyij) has been hitherto distin guished, aa^ an independent organ on public affairs, and aa\eepicg thorougoly free from political partizansnip, toe bias of cliques, and the.warpings of official iufiuence. *?? ; Wor S&ese featttres it will still be dis tinguished, in combination Vwith the buoyant humour .and ^good tempered satire «nd railierj,^which it ^aay *be re-, quisite and wise to apply to passing events, not meriting grave reprehension, t«r serious condemnation. : ...

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OBSTRUCTION OF DISTRICT ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

\OBSXBUCliQK l^P BISTER ... - ? . --L ? ' . i ? 'Theifollowingcase ofappeal from ? the MSkyter ..Couat - to that of Adelaide has I boen^oard since our last, and as affect iaR'a-'rigliVofx^i in tbe \icinitj, -and ^involvTjii; impoftatit local wights, cannot ^ful * to ' be * read ? witn interest in this ^^aarter. *Our tmly comment TeTers -*o * 'the pleadings %eing 'so absurdly limited vto.jBrho ^jp*f -a^' the obstruction, the ♦ common-sense enauirr appearing to * fee :.»? to who ke|-t up the' obstruction :r Bwoht v; Ftr88WE.~Mr; Stow, Q.CL. for Ifche ; ?npellant and Mr.' Inglebrfwr *be defendant, ' This case wtw an appeal Against t3» decision --„-£ the ©awl«r Local CSo^^herethfe^pellsnt v 'trim oonTtoted arid fined' for obstructing a cer K . ?^ta^Tiwi^e;«^inlJxe-^wler'Sp«5ial ^Survey -at the enit at1 the Barossa West* District ' Council. In tfee^TesentinBtanoe the appellant -pleaded that the pUuf did .not 'disclose such ^a road, and that no obstruction had been placed : ?1»y him at th...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

Di^tFHI-l5JGS. «d white bdtodk, rj6ck li6^ ^ ^teu -round neck, braauBd i^ l^Se^LTft ^ claimed, wul bi sda Janaary 4. lBes.ft nooau O»»), Henry Smith, ^ondkeeper.^&ie fc*f «-«;, Ua-A;pc«qjfe, &«£ ^tail, b*rande8 %ike Btt ttaafrshcteMeRj -a» bay filly, sd&li pi«© ^ Vhite oh near hind fetlock, long ? tafl, brandfed lite Vriting ,y wim^. over BeS ^a%aidertt not claimed, w20. be 6bJ& ^aSbarj; 1886.it TirmUiSTON, m&l& Witra (nearest Tbife Office, Wflbsfccm), ^teert Gwynne, tQli keeper.— -hia bay mare, 'branded life &*£&* 11 ^ith a nkder bt dtoalfc^TapSS branded like -*-H conjoined n^r shbirider. star and white etr^e flown taoe, two Mnd feet whiter 'one veSow or red fa liiEe bridle) XB»*l^tred^yeItoVbultoct white twtiftd bel^T^Wsm/brand^ttiie^Sroio . red bdBocfc&cawbeiry &mks-'^smis^^m$!e y^Hrbc red bollock* branded ~^ over £ «^^- ?- ?- ^a^rtjaisfc h&bs: -STadl'^2mea, will U'sM * Ja*to^rlS^i866V«fefioon...

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