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ORIGINAL POETRY. LAMENT FOR SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

ORIGINAL POETRY. LAMENT FOR SCOTLAND. (Y GEOe. o0erO. e. 0 Scotland, dear Scotland, the pride of the erth, I love lear old Scotland the place of my birth ; With your hills and your valleys and rivers so wide, WVhat's to compete with your fine river Clyde ? I never will hear the old blackbird sing, I never will see the young lark on the wing i; I.never will roam by old Kelviin side, That beautiful.streamn that runs into the Clyde. No more will I see the yellow corn grow, By the old Garrock mills,.whore the Kelvin duth flow ; No more will I seo the old Three-tree well Where the boys on thle.Sutldays the rwa'er didl sell. No more will I roam by.the bonny. woodside, The place where I often didl meet my young 'lrile, On a flue summer evening. our walk.it wouldbha Down by.Lthe Red How kind.friends for to see. No more will I wander by old Dobbic's loani, T'he place where I grew from a child to a man; But these days are all gone no more will I soee .Mine houses and streets where corn-fields...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OAKLEIGH COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

OAKLEIGII COURT'. SATRuJDA?, NovtMunr 3. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.Hl., and 11. Hunter, JP.'s. William Burgess, jun., complained an:?inst William Burgess,. sen., for causing wilfiul datnmge to property ; but the case appearing to be a flinily dispute,. wtas dismissed. In Bergin v. lHenwick, the defewlant wes fined in thi nominal penalty ofls. da~ages, with 5s. costs, for trespass of cattle. At person named Manley, 'for abusiv I:an guugao in a public place, was finod 10s.,[ with 2s. 0J. costs; with the altcrnative of three days' imprisonment. for a license for a public-house, on the Head Gully-road, to be called the View-moon Hotel. A warrant was issued for the apprehensio of one John Dobson, on the charge of cattle stealing. The next sitting of the court was appointed to be held on the 1st of December prox., and thereafter on every fourth week.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

1IHUflSDAY, Novijrnrna; 8;. Iiiore. Di. Vain Huinert.. yir'.rxolr orSI NCR.. Eliz:abetih Johinson wits iineI 5s., of 24. IlInurs' imprisonment, for diunkunness and disorderly cuoduct.

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CURIOUS MATRIMONIAL COMPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

CURIOUS MATRIMONIAL COaM PLI'CATION S. Queen Victoria's eldest son -the Prince of Wales-is marrioed'to a daughter rof the King of Denmnark, who has been deprived of a large portion of his territories by the King of Prussia, father of the husband of the Queen's eldest daughter, and this mutilation of Denmark was effected nomiunally in the interest of the Duke of Augustenburg, -whoso younger brother, Prince Christian, has been married to the Queen's third daughter, the Princess Helena. 3. The Queen's first consin, the King of Hanover, has been. deprived of his. kidngdonm byv the same King of Prussia, in whose army the Queen's son-in-law, the Prince of Prussia, is a commending officer. 3. Prince Alexander of Ileoss, who com mands the Federal army raised to oppose the King of Prussia, is brother to lPrince Louis, the husband of Princess Alice, the Queen's second dlaughter. 4. The Duke of Saxc-Coburg-Gothla, Prince Albert's brother, and brother-in-law to the Queen. holds command in the K...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BOURKE GENERAL SESSIONS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

BOURKE GENERAL SESSIONS. MONDAY, NOVE3BI?rI 5. (Before W. R. Pohlman, Esq., Chairman; and a Bench of M agistrates.) APPEALS. HIlGGINS V. MABTERS, RESPONDENT. Mr. Wyatt appeared for the appellant; Mr. Webb for the respondents. An appeal against a decision of the St. Kilda Bench of magistrates in the matter of an alleged encroachment on the alignment of the Glen IHuntly-road, in the Caulfield Road Board District. The bench below had con victed Mr. Higgins of the encroachment, and fined him £5, with £9 2s. costs to the Road Board. There was a largo body of evidence taken, and the case occupied the Court all day. Judgment was given on Wednesday, when His Honour confirmed the decision of the local bench. The question of costs will be settled to-day.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

MEMORANDA. A tea meeting and concert is announced. to be given in the Prrhran Town Hall, on Tuesday evening, by the Episcopalian congregation meeting there for worship. After tea short speeches will be delivered. Mr. Herz will preside at the organ, and the choir will be assisted by several amateurs. The twentielli of the first series of Penny Read ings in colnexion with the Praltran Mechanics' Institute cname off at the Town-hall on Tuesday evening. J. B. Crews, Esq,, J.tP., in tbe chair. The proceelings were commenced by Master Martin (a youngster of some six or seven summers) reciting "The Charge of the Light Brigade." The following realings and recitations were exceedingly well rendered:-" Mary, Queen of Scots," by Mr. iWm. John Gilelriet (town clerk of Fitzroy); a Scene from the "Itivals," by Mr. J. Robertson; " Lochiel's Warining," and " 'Iodern Logic," by Mr. MI Lean; and a scene from Shakspeare, by.Mr. ? t. i1 M artin' Mr. Jo'i IIayward gave tllts' Lay of IIoratius," but the ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

PO ICE INTELLIGENCE. P AHRAN COURT. MIonA DY, NOVEMBER 5. Before t e Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), W. empl ton, P.M., and J. B. Crews, Esqs. MINon OFFENCES. Mary 'Harrington, brought up on a charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct was discharged, as she had been locked up since the 1st inst. - A little boy named David Dunn was charged with stealing flowers from the Botanical Gardens. Constable May said that on Sunday last he saw the boy with a number of flowers which he placed under his coat,. He acknowledged having taken them from the gardens. The bench not wishing to send the prisoner to gaol cau tioned and discharged him.-Wm. Johnston was charged with taking an egg from the Botanical reserve. The defena:nnt said the egg was that of a native bird, and the case was di?riissed.-J. B. Heyne stated that several Ipersons have lately been in the habit of destroying trees and taking birds nests frno the gardens, and Dr. Mueller wished it to be Inade known that in future proceedings would ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

BRITISH XSND. FOREIGN BIBLE ' SOCIETY. A public meeting" in connexion with the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in thio Town-hall, Prahran, on Thursday evening last., The attendance was not so large as might have been aniticipated. On the motion of 'the Rev. "W. Moss,. seconded by the Rev. G. Mackie, Mr. Ogilvy was voted to the chair. A chapter from the Blible having been read and a prayer offered up, -The O?In?i.caxm said that hitherto little had been done here for the Bible Society, bat in a new colony each denomination was d.oubtless.engaged in its own particular interests.. Nevertheless he trusted that in future this good and glorious cause would meet with thei. support, for the test of the Christianity of a people was the interest they took in a society of this description, whose object was to carry the Gospel to India, China, the South Seas, and the most remote and uncivilizcd nations of the earth. The Rev. Dr. TUCKER a. moved "that tlie British .and Foreign Bible So...

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SIR JAMES PALMER AND THE EXHIBITION COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

S1iR JAMES PALMER AND 'lIHE EXIIIBITION COMMISSION. The subjoined correspondeuce has passedi between Sir James Palmer.and the Hon. the. Clhief Secretary : "Parliament House, "2nd November, 1800; "Stn,-I have to request that you will place in .liis Excellency's hands my resigna-. tion as a Commissioner of the International Exhibition .. "iMy positionias President of the Lpgisla-. timve' Counbil is a part of my honuilrs which I am bound to protect fioi further affront. "As Chief .Secretary, you advised his. Excellehoy, on the retirement 'of Sir:Redmond Baurry, to offer tihe. Presidency of the Inter-. national Commission to Sir Francis .Murphy, who declined the honour on the giound that it wruld place thie Speaker of the Assembly and the President of the Legislative Council in a filse position, to each other. " Your colleague,: MI. Binulon, has since,, in a more indirect manner, presumed to inter fere with my status, andi, by inviting Sir Francis Murphy to.take thel chair on a public o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

ST. KILDA OUUIIT. ''UESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. Befure the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.,) J. Wilson, and E. Sydes, Esqs. SMINOlt OFFENCES. William. Woolf was charged with removing nightsoil without a license, and allowing the same to be spilt in the public street. He was fined 10s. for the first offence, and 20s. foi the second, with 15s. costs, or in default one week's imprisomnent.-Robert Whitelock, a market gardener, residing in East- St. Kilda, was charged by the borough authorities with allowing oflbnsive matter ta flow Irom Jris premises. The charge was not proved, but teo mayor said the bench had no doubt but tlalt the defendant had offensive matter on tls ground contrary to the bye-laws, and that unless he removed the nuisance he would again be proceeded against. The present charge which was;brought under the Police Offences Statute, was dismissed. StrALL DEBTS. Samuel Shaw Fisher sued S. Woolor for £-3 15s., the balance of an account said to be d;ue for futrniture. The plaintiff stated tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

S at?lonery, D IG H T, Near Parliza t Houses, INlblolp?ne OLTCITS inspection of the largest and Tost valuable collectlqo of Books, new and second. 4nd. Catalcgues gratis, posted 'd ' Librarics piud small pqreels of books ur plhnised for casl. THOMAS VERGA, Cpmmercial and General Printer, Paper Bag Manu.factarer, &c., (8 Russell-street" Melboutpe, and Willjtqm sop-stret, Sand'hurst. " LWAYS on hand a largp and varied assortment s' of Grocers', Storekeepers', Fruitereris', and Con etioets ngso. 'Prices far below any other house p t!! colbony. ' .. o 'Music. S J. P A L I N G . PIANOFORTE and MUSIC WAREHlOUSE, : 5 Collins-strdet 'east. Bolo agent for Erard's anil Auchers Freres' world ' . renowned piadns. " "' IR. J. P. begs to informi the inhabitants of llI pourne and surrounding districts,' that in order to ;nake room for extensive improvements, lhe will :0 "o F' E R His magnificent stock of P I 'A' N 'O S SAnd' HARMONIUMS (Numbering upwards of 200 instruments) At very GREATLY...

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Tullett, Oldham, Patterson, Turner, Gardiner, Peterson, Bunny, and Fowler. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE VI~iv - - -- - - ST. KIJDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMOBER 5. .restnt-Tho Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Tullett, Oldham, Patterson, Turner, Gardiner, Peterson, Bunny, and Fowler. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTI. Before proceeding with the ordinary busi ness, tioe council sat as a healths committee, sad the subject of the intolerable nuisances arising from offensive matter flowing from the cesspools of the Rev. C. Moir, Esplanade terrace, Captain uilmore, and the lion. B. Williams, was taken into consideration. ' The Mayor stated that these gentlemen had been served with notices, by the Inspector of Nuisances, but the nuisances had not been removed. Councillor Bunny moved that the offending parties be summoned before the henph, and he thouhtlt that some profes sional gentleman sheould be employed to ,roecute therm, He considered that their names should be made public. Councillor Oldham seconded the motion, which was carried. Councillor Tullett moved that the sur vey...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

THUISDAY, NOVEM?ER 8. Before the Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), J. Mason and G. Pilley Esq. LARCENY. William Bolton was charged with stealing three cabbages the property of Bernard W,'Manus. The prisoner was seen by a man named William Allsop in tihe prosecutor's garden. Upon bEing spoken to he ran away leaving the cabbages behind him, and was followed and taken into custody. Mr. P'reshnell, for whom the prisoner had been working, gave him a good character, and as he lihe had been locked lip since the Otll inst., he was sentenced to 12 hours' imprisonment only. SMALL DEBrS. In the case of Nicholson v. Aitken. Mr. Galhan said he appeared for the defendant whq was sted by a solicitor in that co'urt for the recovery of fees which were not owing. He understood that a. summons had been ob tained against his client by the plaintiff who not only failed to.attend bet had made use of his, privilege as a solicitor to get the summons sigrged and had neglected to. pay the usual fee,, consequently the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

Business Directory. J:i:DIC .L. A. F. White, Cheniat i tndl Druegist, i(the post olilee) Chapel street, Prahlrau. STonRE.CCE:t'Iln, cRclltlRS, &C. J. Gummer, Whlolc:lec:eandl etail Groa.er, Chapel street, opposite Uuion-street, lPrhrahn, DtICiOL.AMY?US. Snmunel Levitt, Watehm.:klr, Jeweller, Sliver smith, lligh-street, St. Kihill. Ross, Bookseller. St.tioner, &a., Chapel-street, Prahr:L, opposite 'T'own:-ball. J. Rutomauntlls, Funllerl UIldertlke'r, Chapel-street, irahrau,.amd Gardi. er's Cseck-roadl, Sudt Yarra. James Firmanl, .onlatlcaker, Argyle--treet, South Yarra, sear Argo-street ltiillway Bridge. Ilot.I.owe\'s OINTraENT AsOND PIsI.s are an infal lible rtmedy for bad legs and all kiiuds, of woulis, Theo surprising sale of these invaluable iediciales, iu every part of the eivililsed world, is tlae most coll vincilg proo f of their rfl.:cy. They speedily cure hadi legs, old olllcd, Eserofuta, rnd "direses of the skin. Thosuam.l of persons sula?ring froT tllesu Il...

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MISS INK-BOTTLE SMITH [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

MIoss INrK-BoT'rLE SIMI'II-Sho Was n favourite with tile prisoners, tor she was always ready to' carry a 'stiff' from one woman to another, and could carry it adroitly, and without fear of detection. IIhndy at 'stiff's' on her own account also, and concocting elaborate epistles to her own ' p'is' in a large, ill-spent round hand on gas papers and fly-leaves of Looks from the prison library. Quite a literary character was this woman, so far as composition was concerned; never more content with herself than when she was concocting these surreptitious epistles. This hobby, of course, necessitated a consumption of ink, which was abstracted very ingeniouisly duriig 'school hours, or fiom the matron's rooms when ink wats handy there, and silohe was on special service. A wild craving for ink was one of Ann Smith's foibles ; she risked her badges for a store of that fluid, and earned in conseq:sence the name whichl we have placed at the head of our article; ' Inlk.bottle Smith,' and m Pen a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

I30ROUGHII OF ST. KILT A. NOTICE is hereby given, thait the ANNUAL . ll?TI'ING if the Cou:cil of the ,lorouglh ,f ,t. Kild:t, will be held ot Wedntesday, the 21-t day No.ventltbr ilot., at Lmon, when the tndiltell state tnoct and aeronot of receipts nt I expe nlditure for the year rlilinlg the 30ith tily of SItep emtber, 18116, Sill be laid before the mreetint', and fially examined 0and settled; and that the said tatenulut "and lc cotunt is printed, mld lies at moy office for the inl. rpection of all parties Interesterstd therein. Dat)i at the Town llal:, St. Kildo, this 5th day of No velber, 1866. I E. BitADSIIAW, 'Town Clerk. B01ROUGII OF PRAIIILt N. \TOTICIt is hereby given, thalt a atatement ntm S1 ACO(UNT of the amounttt of all l\'ATES or ias.esoletits madlle, anld of all conlltracts entered ilto, andll of all imtoneys received and pid bly virtue of the SMunlicipal Corporationls Act, 1863," froml the Ist day of October, 1805, to thle 2oth day of Slptembeor, 1866, by the Borough...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. PRAHRAN BRANCH. Chapal Street. Paid-up Capital ... ... £540,000 Reserve Fund... ... ... 130,000 The following rates of INTEREST are allowed pn money deposited at this Branch, viz.: ?p Deposits 4t 30 days' notice, 4 percent. per ann. 3 months' 5 I ,a Business Hours ten to Threo; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. And for the convenience of the public this Branch will.bo OPENED.for the .receipt of deposits be tween 'the hours of Eight and Ten o'clock on SATURDAY EVENINGS.' GEoRGE E. ToQII nsT, Manager. THE LAND MORTGAGE BANK , OF VICTORIA. (Limited.) (For beposit and Loans on Freeholds.) Incorporated under the Companies Statute, 1864. Offices-28 Collins-street east, DIREOTORS. Hon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C., chairman. Hon. J. M'Crae, M.L.C., vice-chairman. Hon. D: E. Wilkie, M.D., M.L.C. Robert Byrne, Esq., ?'. " Joseph Clarke, Esq. William Detmold, Esq. John Spence Ogilvy, Esq. George Wharton, Esq., J. P. •This company is established for the purpose of rec...

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MUNICIPAL RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

*MUNICIPAL RESERVES. The IIonourable James Macpherson Grant, by the grace of universal suffrage Minister of Lands for Victoria, appears bent on achievinig an unenviable notoriety. I-e seems determined that his management of the department over which he presides shall be sufliciently sensational to secure tho hand ing down of his name to posterity. No dull, plodding, routine. performance bf its duties will satisfy his ambition. " Autl Caesar, anut nullus" would appear to. be the motto of his adoption-and at present it is "ant Cmesar" with him; but it may come ini the future is it has in the past, to. be "aut nullus." This reflection shoull moderate his despotic tendencies. To do him justice, he enacts the part of autocrat wsith the duo absence of feeling necessary. to, its. proper fulfllmeint, though he may lack the digayity necessary to gild over the. helmousness of the. assumption. HIIo plays (ie role so evidenty cogn amore that we doubt whether ho has not mistaken his vocation. He...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

BIRTHS. LEVY.-On the 6th inst., at St. Kilda, the wife of   Goodman Levy, Esq., of a son. LOADER.-On the 28th ult., at Homefield, St. Kilda, the wife of Thomas Loader of a daughter. VAN HEMERT.--On the 6th inst., at Grey-street, St. Kilda. Mrs. Van Hemert of a daughter. WALKER.-On the 3rd inst., at Cleveland- cottages, Avoca-street, South Yarra, Mrs. Robert Walker of a son. DEATHS. BROWN.-On the 5th inst., at Coulston-cottage, South Yarra, Ellen, daughter of Charles F. E. Brown, aged two years and eight months. GILL.-On the 6th inst., at St. Kilda, Herbert James, infant son of Edwin and Sarah Gill. HODGSON.-On the 5th inst., of croup, at Wel- lington-street, Windsor, Earnest Travers, youngest son of Margaret and Edward Hodgson, aged eleven months and five days. SMITH.-On the 6th inst, at Hentry-street, Windsor, Melbourne, Peter, second son of the late Rev. John Smith, of Burnhend, Dumfrie- shire, Scotland, aged 21 years. SATURDAY, NOVEMBEIR 10, 1866.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 10 November 1866

ENERAL NEWS. .The geo of Tuesday has the following - ' e udrstand that police proceedings are bout to bd institutd against one of the lead ing meical gentlemen of this city, for an offence of more than ordinary gravity. Several ;rumours are current as to the nature of the charges to be preferred, the principal one being, it is said, in reference to a false certificate of death, which was given in the case of a lady who died, a few months back, under very suspicious circuinstances. The certificate stated that death resulted from convulsions; but a post-mortemn examination of the body, which has since been made, shows death to have really resulted from disease Iof the brain and extravasation of blooed therein. We withhold the names of the persons implicated for obvious reasons." The Geelong Register says :--' We under stand that in many instances the forfeited lands in. the Western district have been taken tp by resident free selectors, who have proved their own bona fides, and are no...

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