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The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1883. The Mallee Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

"ONWIARD AND UPWVAI:D." "FoorscR AY,SAruanaY,S rrili an x i 5; ,t The Mailee Bill. THE new's Bill introduced- liy the( Minister. of. Lands to deal with the Mallee country is one which scriously, affects the future of the colony and `'riill form ain eitirely 'ne:sdepiarture in our land 'policy 'Shouldthe imeasure pass into lasw we is ill have for the first time the leasinig' systermi, put upon uitsd ill{ 'and it seems a ,pity'that the experiment shouiild take pilace undier the circum stances ,tliat` only 'a portion of territory is referred to, w-hich has virtually proved a failure uinderi.ll'the former methods of dealing with it ': .The facts a:e that under the 'previous systems, the mnallee has been iialost deserited and.given.tip' to thei:'wildd. dogs anld rabbits, that unitedly hve driven the squatter from the soil, and ahnost ruinedi the selectors on the margin of tli. scrub, by. the in r'ids:itde u:-poiithecropsfind grass,; as well as the fluoks of the settlers. The. difficulty ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

- 'P LA RS . E C: E. : P. •ASTERER IORiINS ST RELET, FOOTSCRAY "R CONTRACTS ENTEIREDi INTO. Estimates given for all kinds of I Issll and Cement work. BAKER, GROCER,. WOOD MERCHANT. MORELAND STREET, FOOTSCRAY OHIN S .K I EA YS' JRAILVWAY LIETTING STABLES, NICIIOISON STREET , SADDLE, AND IIARNESSt IIORSFS FOR IIIRIE. IlORSES IIOUGIIT AND SOLD ON CO.MMISSION Furniture Carefully Removed EDWARD :H'OPKINS, Builder & ,Timber Merchant, Has on Sale all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS' AND BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY. HOPKINS STREET., J S T O N "E, GROCER, PROVISION AND PRODUCE MERCHANT, COWPER STREET, FOOTSCRAY, (Near Nap.er Street.) Ironmongery, Furnishing and Enilders', Earthenware, China and Glass. Agent for the Northern Assurance Company. M4 A. G RA II A?M, Grocer-and Provision Dealer, BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY. (Opposite Presbyterian Church) MI. A. Graham desires to thank those of her customers who favoured her while at Maidstone, and wishes to state to the public generally that having rem...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Law of Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

Tii very t.e?traorinary decisions of the Supreii Cou~rt inldji y recently ilth re'spect tothli law f libel aiid contempt of couirt his i led to` ` lelaration of iubli feeling ini the formof adenselt" crowded meeting beingi.ield at the Towln Hall on Wtedncslay list, at sshteh over tno thousand plrsons were present, and on;tle platform were eight members of 'Parlianment wiliii6 oten notabilities. "!'r Q'Connor, M. L:A. obed :the first re~oiolutioi in a telli speech, in' whiichi :le stated, that :the' liberty of free speech and the power of thei?press to expose abuses 'was at sE~i?l and: it? would be better to':see :the Supreme Court fall to the gro t ltii to see the liberty of the pres brushed and 'fettered. The resolutioni was ais follows, and was carried with acclama tioii:--" That in the opinion of this q meeting the laws relating, to libel, as "naffecting the press, require to be clearly "defined by special enictmeny, and so modified as to discourage- merely "speculative actiqns, ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Volunteering at the Cape. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

Volunteering at the Cape. BY ZULU. AT a most uncanny hour next morning, a sound, similar to that which an asthmatical jackass may bhe supposed to produce when braying, disturbed our slumbers, and had the eflect of inducing half-a-dozen men to look out of their tents. This was the ruveill, a rioise we afterwards learned to appreciate thoroughly. Only just time to tumble out, when another concerto saluted our ears. "Stables" this time. "Feed )our horses " "feed 'your horses." Having fed and groomed them, we had ideas of doing likewise to ourselves, when we were ordered to "strike tents." Dowvn house it was then instanter, the irrepressible musician in the meanwhile striking up the well-known but not always efavorite : air of "boot andl saddle." " Let me like a (hungry) soldier fall," I thought as I saddled up my "bit of blood." To mount, form sections, and then half sections, was the work of a few minuites only-then forward into Kafir-land. I forgot to'add that for com missariat purpo...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

VrAi: S'rTisTrtcs.-Seven births and live deaths at Footscray, and one birth at Maid stotid were registered'during the week ending September Ist. FIRE BRIGADE. -,The tsual monthly meeting of the Footscray Fire Brigade was held at the tower.on Tuedsay evening, Captain Morris in the Chii. A report was received from delegate r formnnation of Fire Brigades Board. The sum of £.r t3s. 3d. together with subscription ,list swas handtled in by Fireman .ogan,.it' was arranged that the run off for medtt.tpresented by. 1. Berrick,. Esq., should t'ake' :pl?c in ll?irkly or :Droop streets next Saturday Week. The Captain, Iose.-Offcer, and Secretiry,?? were appointed a committee to purchase hosei t . ": MOREn IFOIRMATION.-W\\ e are informed wit , reference to the matter of the Braybrook Inspector' tmle the Abattoirs' and Health Acts thait ' cotnmmunication has been sent to the Brayhrook Slhire" Council from the Chief Coiniissioner of Police to the following effect '".The appointment of Constable li...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

OUR _H ARRY." A.TALE.OF THE DIGGINGS. , -TL I,- J:. , . B , CHAPTER XXV. "To make niy love, and then to bid it sleep S7io rouse ther)suthful lion from its ainr "Then in the nam ofriendsip hid it creep, SAnd d oall that the fondst love would dare. This is muy lot, ?ct will I not repine, My love, nmy life, my friendship all are thine.' . "S?c:EtL raised' hcrself front the "sand, 'and lookced with wonder and pity upon the young man, whose confession of love had been thus wrung fromnt him by the peculiar circumstarcess in which he found himself. She was as much surprised as shocked at the declaration, and scarcely knew how to reply to the ardent, yet respectful love which breathed out in every word as well as action of the young man, who had thus cast his fate into the balance. " Oh, Sir John ! " she cried, " I am so very sorry for you, but I dare not listen to words like these. Your position and mine are too far apart for you to dream for a moment of- of what can never be. Besides " "N...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

News in Brief. Ch urh kroblnno ha, been very prevalent o 'The foot n?d milouth disease has again broken o0t ik E: ig ld:i " "" ernker. doa nit admire Mr. Miramns' idea of taking tle dulty owlbieat. ' The estim ated poplilaiion of the colony on Jt,3e 3oth \was 915,94S. i lle slusidkl to municipal bodies will }e paid durill the current motllth. Mr W. S ;-Diw lding has been appointed Goverunmeirt Aiditor for ltraylmrook. Thle Ier/dJ has bcen exposing thle.Ttif and Consultlation fraud. The getters-up are wild. A 'proposal is On foot to establisll Working Menl's Clubs in Melbourne. The moveimelt is Te Isuonr. John' Woods sass that truant officers are lazy. They do not think 'so, but thinsk other I-eople are. SMr. Surveydr Jenkins is not enamoured with the notice that! his services are not required after the joth inst. "I.-is' to cos 36'3,oo9 to 'pull down ' the Melbourne gaol, .and :other 'orks rend~ered necessary i)'its demolition. The Swiss cantons do ribt want invasion by' foreiugn : ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Board of Advice Election. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

i..Board' ofu dvice ?Election: A..s ,full.' pirticulars-.werei 'given 'in our Exilrqrditiry'i of, Satirday vening,1 it is ioct necessary for the itiformation of our boroughi riailers' to' sayj'niire: than that althoigh those w.ho intlrestid thcnirssselv in the matter looked on- the ,return of.:Dr. :Morton s .a sure Lth ig, et even thie inostsaguine neveri anticipated thit" his ,ictloriy lould be so. compilete; 'Anotlid'er triking :things-alioit theiclectipn, .which seems Ito aingur thatf tlme piblici are tliking, nmore lively interest in oilr.iducatioial sy?tcsm isthi fact,that .notwitlhstaidini thei double anl trelrel Vtevs whicli Werer no doubt" e;kerciscd on 'thie Svamp Road quiestion, and that there were tliiee pollingbooths forthe latter the.number of votes polled were Swnl'ml Road 50S, IBoard of Advlice 563, of the number I)r. Morton got 345, or a 'majority of 127 over the combined votes of his three opponents in lace of the tact that each of them were well qualified ,to fill ...

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TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

+' ::.: ; {sir lt i =i,' ?r? '*' ' " r B 4 U P ". 1}' V`1AtRAVILLL I MLSASnOUR.NE .,. i:, ':1.IH?ELIOUNO : O .R i :.Y4,JRAVILLE.i ': 1, . C.xI ". 1,i 1""·ý I. 0>tI -:;: "';ý".'(: 1'": ill ; ,.,a Lily n.,:ai." na .: a.11 5 . SS. 6 6 6 9 :i,7-'' 715 °-.'6s35' 640 649 t ..737 ,'.745 7' 0 :7"4 .....59, :815.. 730, -: 41 7,44 S og -9,, ,+ 814S o8 .o.. 4 IJ 8 14 59 ,9. - 9.1 0 . 841 8 44 9 0-9_ 93?0 945 9:9.:° 9 11 9 14 94 957. o:o .:.91 : -30 9 41?- 09.44 0 7;.0o3o .10 43)." .10o ? 0, o 014 . , 1059. "5103 IU41 1044 )x+A +.+ + :",:x I::,4+ 09 0!"3 11'S 1'0" '11 11 . - 59 1; 2) 12 15 .1130 1141 44 P.m.. .; ."3? ."t" .. P'. 0 " ? ,. P.0.. -.2 32 1045 .10 121 1 214 '' l5q -2' :.1 513' 830_' '10 41 12144 .7~ 0, 9 .-'.. , 5.', .: 59'.o315' .1 30 r4 44 S 4 9. ..43. 445 4 0 :, 411' 4 14 . j459 55 2 ,_55' 4 440 41 59 53?. 945. : 510:- 54" 5 9 "6 6 ... '6 ý': 3"?"5 . ' 5 I -5.4" 6. -,632 645 6 o0 614 69. 7 . 1. 5 6 i0 641I 644 7.9 730 , . 745 . .5 7 6 7,9 7359, -88- 5: " 74 744 ".89., .845; -8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

?.. ',itr."rt: .? =:tinx-t ,=I li ?i al?6]? -*)"',.;"-i:ý", =:,,-b . l4 6 Cotistreets Melbl r n 'w t ii :-b:,i.'i:?.L?.ltIE .iNIAL'OMitiUA::IRTijA:L' s :,IINSU" le .-?"s l ut t' ltSU? . iO IT " t .t.irr:-.-l-.-L ai. i-,IUTURE, iARIN FI #FSSUETAN E3 DOT ; , 84"' 86 COLL)INS ST. WEI :ST, :Mclbourrn:;f { i ti; , GI'LrOAt'llfICEsiNrs LL TIle COL i'r-si rf ' '-: dili.: v:' ; I s be:T -r'-h3ma's M w.-lD.1.C.M.G.A I i rr? i? A enti ort Fol .scri: tl' Willi, t"sto n .T E HS COLONI .ke, 'M.TL.. LI ?.:,-, n: "/: , .I' lc tty. iire snmau. io, ... l rng :'l , . . , AS i: ,' .- iIl.SURANCIhEk .Pe SOCt ETK1i '; Lstiii . ;. "h '?- ;" "'"1 G o?..e hrI7m c1url , , "84 . OLLINS STr. WEST, M'..losrn. T`e, tin Cuin n a. Stetbtainc Li I) K.C.M C= u.i·etuWil-iiniow T. JI u coIfrn F.S. d, ?irein, tngls irctor. -j: ,,.," - l- . -G01:ONI eL cUTds ..-j i , _.T, :Sn i ,A?:'·: .'Liei'? Tn.'.; :,'' .l FIITO E t. in " " t, olu iies ar. ucs iosat tu:ANN aIgIabE S ord i db: ... . h1e; . ',i", Z? i: tA . , O )· c -...

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Cullings. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

Cullings. AssErttIN "too. Mucti.-A? youth of the miodler stanip tincl addicted to late hours, was met one evening at the door by his father with thgse words--"What do you mean by sta-ing out'so late If I h:hd done so in-mri youth, : my father would have flyed me ; whereupon the son replited "a fine father you had." The old gentleman, now much enraged, vociferated "A confounded site better one than you have." MODERNANECDOTI: Soldoin used to say that laws were like spider's webs: they would hold small and light matter: but larger objects always broke,through. DiotENEs. Pythagoras used to say, "All men decl.re that sound sense is the greatest of blessings, but very few take any trouble to acquire it.' STroIAI.VS. Solon, weeping for the death of his son,- was told that "grief- ws - of no use " " that's jast why I weep," he replied.. DIOGENES. ILChilon being asked what-were the most difticult. things, replied,'"' tokeep secrets; to ake.? good u?ro ?lo iieure,. anLto heaL*ic;ng. wronged"....

Publication Title: Independent
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Government by Commissions. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

&Government by Commissions. .1:8tle st?ldentbofsoriii-or ofpolitical sciene hiohmwio, seelks-to know the cau esand origin ofl social or of political 'movemer t., we know of; no, more suit` able field.for proseeutin?;lis task, thian is.afforded by r oin colony: Uniider his v-ery c eingrapiid .succession, open to the gaze of'ilmost supcrficial students may 'be ;seen, in- their;full jvigour, all ithcs: spring's of m-otion Iht guide and control 'and" change the social fabric. Whilst in aivast community, like that of England, ishose institutions are ,sur rounded ,diththhe veneratiion of 'ages, and iose s/ady Isociety seems to be variations stu?lents h-ms nrot; suchf? fci' most'actively and vigoroutslt woirk; the: most striking is tiit .which.leads men ito piush to the very opposite: ex treime, whenisceking escape from: any: thing that Ihis not plrovedain unmitigated good. -he working of. this principle caiinot Ihave esciiped detection by the most unobservant, and its explanation ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

THE LOOKOUT.., IT is a' general belief amongst Conserr vative writers 'that the. up-country population is hungering andi thirsting: after free or assisted immigration.. But facts are'stublorn things," aid 3welieI. read the other day of. a public meeting at.. Stawell denouncing the' stiggestion nade by petitions to Parliament that thie ?? orkimg classes here? should send their money to Britain to 'pay- the passage of.-a horde of tholse who coiuldh not help thlemselves ! ufficiently , to acquire funds' enptigto pay ,heir:own passage put here, then I begin. tp tbink thait common sense his oot ltogether desertedl the. cgutry populatiob,-.' My spirits crch .re?ived also w?hen I came to read tlhi iuanifesto of the Pine Lodge Nottliafi?:l Katandrai Farmers Union, which- ;aplicars to lhit theiright nail on the heaid .wihen it decided, f That this "iireetin oiloes iot agree; with :the actioi , now being taken by various shllire councils in ietitioning the Go "tienmeinto vote a s;m ii f -mont...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. John's Progressive Union. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

St. John's Progressive Union. The. quarterly Social in connection with this society. was held on Tuesday evening in the Royal HaIll. There wass a .very large atteml ince, numbering aboiut three hundred,; and the. chair was taken by.,Dr Morton, one of the vice-presidents. The first ha?if of the ,pro: gramnue consisted of glees, songs, irecitations, c. .The choir of St. John's Church sang some glees in 'a i moit lflicient maimner, rellecting gieat cre:dit0ontheir conduictorMr IIeathcotc; Mr Viltiains, ai gentleman well, known in Irofessional circles,. _ was . enithusiasiically encored for his comic singing. :; ir J.; Fother ingham, "wio" appeared, we, believe, for the. first time on a public platform, must be con-. gratulated on .his, abilities ..as a reciter. Harmony was also indulged in in the shaipe of :ongs froinm Misses' Fox,. Lovett, Clark, and Messrs IIutchinson,' Bowle and lehderson. Miss Fox kindlyacted as accomlsanist diring th musical part of the programme, at the con clusi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

LOCAL BOARD OF III AILTII. Front -Constable -Rushworth, Varraville, stating that wilful dalanie was duone to the footlaths in \Xarraville, owting to the Coincil's carter (I). Wilkie) continually crossing them. When strangers are suonlnuned at the Police Court, they all make the excuse that they only follow,the tracks made by lim. - Cr Mitchell moved, ant Cr Trumain seconded -That the police. be instructed to take pro ceedings against Wilkie, should he'again be caught transgressing.-Carried. The Town Clerk stated that Sergeant Gray had spoken to lhim relative to the nuisance caused by cattle wandering through tle streets, anddhad suggested that a public notice should be.given. to the effect thal t in future, stringent ticasures t ould be taken ugailist those who al lowed their animals to promenade tile streets. Sergeant Gray, whIo wtas present; stated that the reason why le wished notice to be given, wias because forthe last twelve mtonths cattle had hbeen allowed to winder with inmp...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

,BOROUGH ,,.,COQUN IL. :-.nsi:.?' EDNESDA=".SrFi'rTE3IItui 12, iSS3. Present--The Mayor tt). Mitchell), Ci's Cleghorn, --W. Mitchell,' Cuming, Butirows, Morris, and G. Truman.. The minutes of the previousmetsingwserercad and confirined2?'"::"".':?'' :r ,ORRtESS'OSDLENCi.. , The. outward ?correspon'dehce iwas also read at and.adopted.'; The folloWin g.communications were received: :ilft-A circulair from' the Sec'etairy'f the Mhunici ?al Association oftVictoria was received;:: : FrItf Hm II lnmphsrsfy, l'ser streetal stating that there was, on. the.north.side of Napier' street, leading to thie whalirf, a spiaceri l'-ild, which was nothing better than a fever:breeding ,'.b.bed;rlesidm~lhavinnga'i~nost unsightly appear ance.- Again.on the south side of the same road, "as astagnant pool of'sliimy water, in whlich any person could be drownedl, possibly ., rtipvolving. lheiCouncilin. spme litigation. No private individial " owning similar offensive placeswdtild bealldwed to let,-thein cont...

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War and its Accessories. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

War an` d its .Accessories. " The' Amateai:urPailiunent tookianother turn on their road .to fame l~st Monday, oiie of thii members (Mr. Salmcn) 'deliverihg in'instructive: lecturec ou the ahbove osubject' the audience numbered about-. two hundredi: .Mr. Collin' occupied the char. :i The rplatform hd a ost warlikeapipearance models of guns, shotshell, grape,. canister, and other destructive missiles being strewed about; and the lecturir called the attention of the audicn:e to each ofthem during the coursc:of his ;two hbour delivery. Aflit a few opcninig remarks, the retretreat of Sir John Moore was instanced as strategy under adverse circumeitances, :anid when' he: placed in. juxta positioil to:it the disastrous retreat'oftthe first 'Vupoleon fronitMoscow,.anl dfinishel ivitli-the well-known -verses on. the birial obf Sir John Moore he wasgrected with a round ofapplause. Hie was not"apeace.at any price ml-ian," .but hie helived tiat Eiigland could havIe 'lept out of inany of the vwar...

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Footscray Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

Footscray Cricket Club. Theannual meeting of .the, club \was :held on Mopndiy e,'ping, in thc Ro yal Hll. There were over sixty members present; and it was pleasing to notice several, who, last year wcre niembers of the Excelsior Cricket- Club,-ibui, who this year had agreed to sink tll petty feel inigs, and join together for-the ipurpose of making one good club in the borough. 'In the unavoidable absence of the President, (Dr AMoritoi,) the' chair svas occupied by bMr S. Eriglish; who in. a feu words, -called on the Secretary to.read the annual report, which isI appended below, and: which wasiunaninioiisly adopted. The Treasurer's Balance Sheet also showed ia very satisfactory. state of affairs. The meeting then proceeded to the enrolment of new members, of wlioni there; were about thirty, after; which, the subscription fTor tthe ensuing season was fixedl at. ros 6d. Some considerable discussion took .place on tlhe quliestion whether': the club should enter- into the coinpetition f...

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH. CEASE V. WYLLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

: .Tliis:': s\s ::i ,teler `c??ae ,l:noio otintg to inill 'n iifl i' tivci;pietr h'iltlej soore thit f'- cnddeit engaged himi to dress -some forty. feet offstone at cod; per foot. The d'efediant tiied to get' out of the dlet, by denying thai ie:: ? id e:cr e.angaged Ceise to do the work: 1. i c.rdict for the amnlint with s5s.' costs. -:'.

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Justice of Peace Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1883. Before Messrs D. Mitchell (Mayor,) and W. Mitchell, J.P. OUTER AND INNER MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 15 September 1883

-Justice of Peace CouVCt ? n fgt r i .ohigitpnth.for larcei y . frbmonfi :n a - ',; T , IE Aei SEt1, t th E l i oi zi883 d 'r3:"d . Alitb 1 h fo?e:ssr-salD;M:t.cHavn: g g d hel i(Mneir rmn hen : !'::,:wasS:eiz~ wth t . r ng} 1the outer w~~i~'. r lim l ho( tthat o " .p se; ,h a it ktwi-: comats: anl an ,^r of r;oufors? ear gi ? aid lecunmed. o .hformatioiL ', gf ~isi i lt he, poilici .ivhb' stucceeded in eiffs'iettg:.-his arrest. "..j ";. . ."

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