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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

MISCELLANEOUS A two-up school was raided in Crystal-street, Broken Hill, on Sunday. About . 30 persons were surprised by the police, who suc ceeded in. capturing four, who will bo brought before the Court in the morning. ?;* *^ 'ir Great Britain eats in thirteen weeks all the 73,000,000 bushels of wheat which it grows, and to have bread during the rest of the year _must give £20,000,000 to the United States, and smaller sums to India, Russia and other countries. « * * This season 6800 crates of rabbits and 325 crates of hares were sent from Bungendore. The approximate weight was 490 tons, and the am ount paid to trappers /3000. The estimated number of rabbits sent away was S35000 aud of hares 10009. * * * Lord Brasscy. a former Governor of Victoria, has offered to erect in Italy, at his own expense, and after the English model, a large number of wooden cottages for the accommo dation of sufferers from the recent earthquake in Calapria. The Italian Government has frratef ullv accente...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE 'DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

THEDAXCK ' This' portion of the .cxtsniive e'ele'briilipris' was placet! 'under .the cliarg6 of a' separate ''committee, consisting '' of ?' Messrs! A. ]3eck,j.G. ?Tuckficld; W. A. Smith, and }tlic

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Soldiers Memorial. Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

Soldiers Memorial...,, -:^\fCqncertv~-; .J-The abo^jjyas; lfoltl .oh; \yedncs- dhyeve^iiigandthfer&waS'asplun'diji.; afiolulanco. ThcroTV'oro'no pn|i.tvd' ])vogriiniiiies, and thf^mitisjogjiy^s a source of inconveniuW6''trrtn'bse- 6iifsi-lors) u-ho.lidd to jna'kc inquiries ixa'io thovidentity of the performers. Had there been a- chairman this difficulty would have been removed.' TheBuDGET man was particularly hard pressed for ....information fpr, lie ,\va|; surroundL'cl by. people \yho were qbm^aranve'Sti:an'ger,s to She town.' However, our readers .will,'' no doubt, deal with us lightly when- criticising7 ''this' report.1 Tho programme was not a a very lengthy one, but it contained many excellent items which wore evidently much aj-preeiatpd by, the audience. ? In a concert, .of this sort it would bo execrable, taste, to single out.for spccialcpnimendation any particular numbers. ;: The' programme opened wjth.an overture by the' Town Band, Mr: W. J. Cunningham, in' the absen...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

CINDERELLA DANCE. \J ? - SCHOOL OF AKTS. WEDNESDAY, 11th. OCTOBER. Tickets 3s. Gallery Is. Proceeds in niil of. the.1 Library Fund'. J.M.LEK. Hon. Sou. pEXTBAL KUXMXG GKOUXtiS. 7th Torchlight Handicap, 75yds. 1st prize, £5 ; 2nd, £1 ; 3rd, 10s. WEDNESDAY, 11th OCTOB-.lt, 1905 (Race Night). Nominations, Is (no acceptance) Close Chiss Heats of os. and 2s. 6d. MEAKEK & TJXDERHILL, Promoters and Handicuppers. Big Rif 3© Prize Meeting (HANDICAP) Under the auspices of the Bega Riflo Club and the Australian Horse. OPEN TO ALL COMERS. £ 30 in cash, exclusive of trophies. BEGA RIFLE RANGE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1005 (King's Birthday). ' Tiie King's,' 300 and 400 yards, ' The Queex's, 500 yards, £10. Further particulars from the Sec retaries. Hi°s. Phillips, «OTEA ROOMS,.^ CARP STREET, BEGA. KS- TEA AT ALL HOURS. 'rpjIE BEGA BUDGET' J- Cauncii St., Bega. ' Single Copy ? 3d

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Tliursdav. Crick appeared before the Com mission to-day, Imt declined tc give evidence with- ?.regard tc Close's statements,. on the grounds that it involved a criminal charge Tlio judge will consider the situa tion and give his decision on Mon 'day,-;— ?:?;'??'--'??-,----,:.;, i-.. ,;v|'; Sydney, ;jmday. ,iuIhp^,;Assenibly- .;agrced.,;to ..tho second reading of the Liquor Bill by ;53; viptos jto 14; ; and; theimejaaure was taken into Committee. , : Premier Carruthers, roceiyod a cable stating that Lady Rawson has had, a serious relapse ahd that tlio: Governor's return-, to Sydney has, therefore,. ,beon ?postponed indofihitoly. ? ,'i ? J.-R. Talbot one of -the poincors of unionism' in New South Wales died yesterday aged 73 years. An inquest opened at Adelaide yesterday :on the body of a- -young woman named ? Winnifrod Goatcs who died at the residence of an un registered doctor named Sheridan. The body was buried 'under an as sumed name. The medical evi 'don...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Unveiling of the Soldiers' Memorial. IN THE PRESENCE OF 1500 PEOPLE. MK. LEE'S MAGNIFICENT PATRIOTIC ORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

The Unveiling of the Soldiers' Memorial. IN THE PRESENCE OF 1500 PEOPLE. MR. LEE'S MAGNIFICENT PATRIOTIC ORATION. On: Wednesday the ceremony of unveiling the monument erected in the Park to the memory of the Bega volunteers .who' fell during the South African campaign was performed by the Mayor, Mr. Jas. Rixon. THE PROCESSION. At 2.25 the order of the proces ilsion was formed at the junction of Bega and Auckland Streets. At that hour thu streets were thronged with citizens and outsiders from near and far, bent on getting a good view of the procession. Bal conies of prominent buildings along the line of. inarch were also well filled with sightseers, the brave old Union Jack from many a house waving a greeting to those who turned out that day to honor the names of the Bega soldiers who died for the flag. Opposite the Family. Hotel, the procession was formed to' the inspiriting music of a quick march by the Bega. Band. Mem bers of the mounted police, fully accoutred, headed the process...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

MUNICIPAL. . On Thursday night the' ' mon,th ly :ih'ceting of tho Council was hold. AIA'i'iurn Jas. Kixon (.Mayor), Brooks, Pi!iI,'l;rii5i-rliill;'Boiirilivian, Bland and Uuclc buiug present. The, Statement of Accounts', for September showed general receipts ^78 14s (id, Saleyards ^13 life 3d, t. as Works £7p 3s; total, i;iC7;3s 9d.' 'Cr. lialimce General Acepunt, £63 2s -Id; cr. balance Gas Works Account, £S9 Gs.'lld;- cr. balance. Si.1le3-.-mi-- Account, £67 3s. 10il. '' The 'finaneo committee's report was- adopted, recommending; tho payment of accounts amounting to £150 Ss -Id. The report also re'com-' mended that notices be servo'd on defn.ulting.i'atiipayers, and after ilio expiration of the notice proceedings be taken to recover outstanding ?rates.. ..x,./; ..,;.:?: \:--. : ' 1 Tli'e'- work's eominif'teii's report ^yas .-adopted, recommending, the ''dxpeiitfituro of ^39 (Govt. subsidy) on metal. :? Tho gas committee's report' was adopted.- - Gas made last month, was 102,700 cu...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 7 October 1905

COBARQO. Owixg to the threatening weather on Wednesday night, the atten dance at Hammond and Henry's torchlight handicap was not su good as usual.' The final resulted in a close finish, J. Elsworthy (13) 1, E Purnell (10^) 2, J Bovd (X'A) 3. Goo. Constable is very ill. Ho was working at tho Coolagolite mine and had to be brought to Cobarpo on Wednesday morning. Ho now lies at Hammond's Hotel. The patient shows symptoms of appendicitis. A light shower of rain fell on Wednesday morning. A. Sawtell had 13 tons of stone from Utopia mine crushed at Reed's battery, resulting in a return of 67ozs.

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BUGGY SMASHED BY A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

BUGGY 'SMASHED BY A TRAIN. A wire from Melbourne stales that a terrible accident, resulting in the loss of three lives, occurred at 7.80 o'clock on '?Thursday evening. A special train was returning from Nath'alid show to Numurkah, and when at Allan's Crossing,' about three mires from Numurkah, a shock was felt by the passengers, and the train was stopped in its own length. It was then found that it had run into a buggy driven by Mr. George Russell, of Nunnur kah, and containing Misses Edie Russell, Winnie Russell, Lillie and Annie Callandcr, and Master Or lando Purton. When the passengers and offi cials went back to the scene of the accident, they witnessed a terribly distressing sight. The two horses were killed and tho occupants of Ihc buggy, which was smashed to atoms, were found twenty yards from whore the accident happened, all but Miss Edie Russell being badly injured, and two or three dead or dying.- Everything pos sible was done for. the sufferers. Cushions were obtained fro...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER II. TASMANIAN GANGS: HOWE'S, BRADY'S, BRITTON'S. MICHAEL HOWE AND HIS GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

AUSTRALIAN BUSHRAMGSMO. the jbm±je&ltz- zda/ys. . By CHARLES WHITE. ? Chapter II. TASMANIAN GANGS: HOWE'S, BRADY'S, BRITTON'S. MICHAEL HOWE AND HIS GANG. In early Jife Howe had been a sailor on a British man-of-war; but he grew weary of ship's discipline, deserted, and next appeared as a highwayman on English roads. He was soon caught, convicted, and transported to Van Dieman's Land, arriving there in 1812. On arrival he was assigned to a merchant and stockholder named Ingle; but Howe had large ambitions. 'I have served the King,' he said, ' and I will ' be no meaner man's slave.' Upon which he took to the bush and gathered around him the most troublesome of all the gangs then abroad. When Mac quarie made his offer of pardon, Howe and his companions came in with the rest, and. took a holiday in Hobart Town; but he was soon tired of town life, and took to the bush again under Whitehead, who was the leader of a gang of twenty eight. The gang plundered in a most systematic and ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAD TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

ROfiD TENDERS. . ? Following is a list of tendursfor Road Works opened at the Court House, Bega, on Monday : — Contract No. 10-0.5-00 Jk'i'mngiii to Youric— 'William Tonkin, £117 13s 4d ; Fleetwood Henwood £12n 10a 2d. Contract No. 11-05-00 Jluvmiipui to Yourie — John Moloney £7-1 2s; I'lee't wood Henwood £i:W 17s. Contract No. 12-05-06 Bega to Upper Brogo— Fleetwood 1-Icmrood £235 12s Hd ; William Tonkin, £2(J2 Ca Od j John Guthrie, £21)0 j Peter JlcIIugh, £420 Is (received late). Contract No. 13-05-00 I5ega to Ximitv belle— John Guthrie £160; Peter Jl'c llugh, £110 9a (received lute). Cciitract No. 14-05-06 Bcjrn to Upper Brogo — Michael Clarke £Ii:) 10s; Isaac White £67. Contract No. 15-05-OS Bega to Ber magui — George AVilson £G!) 10a ; George Wilson £99; William Tonkin, £!)0 19s 3d; Fleetwood Hcnwooil £100 (is 2d. Contract No. 16-05-00 Bonibuln via Tantawanglo to Mcriinbuln— Jnhn Guth rie £21)0; William I'rnzer £2!)(i 12s, Fleetwood Henwood £1)26 5s ; J. O. Behl £348; George Wi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

EDEN PASTURES PROTEC TION BOARD. NOTICE. THE SCAU-S of HAKES ONLY will be received nntl paid for_ at Boga, Bem boka, Nunibuggn, Cimdcluj' Wyndham, Surrogate, and Pnmbuln, on SATUfi DAY, the 21st OCTOBER, from 1.30 p.m. till 8.30 p.m. JOHN UNDERIIHX, Secretary. jPANDELO METHODIST CHURCH. \J : ' ? . GRAND FANCY FAIR will be' held in School of Arts, CAN DELO on 'WEDNESDAY lind THURS DAY NEXT, 11th and 12th October (Moonlight Nights.) All the lntcst novelties. Competition for old and youug. Admission-, Is. Children-, 6d. MRS. E. J. MORRISON, ) „„ ~ MISS C. LEPLAW, fHon- Soes MISS L. BOWER, Hon. Trens. Gowingf Bros. jL 'Austral' SSff m oac \M ~ Suit A U_ ? H\ '- '-'\\k i To Measure' ™f' 1 1 The latest weavings in Spring and 'Summer styles and weights from the celebrated MARRICKVIMVE MILLS— Cloth as selected and worn by His Excellency the Governor General. Fox's fast dye Serges, pure indigo. Fit, finish, materials and wear guaranteed. We supply two books containing it pages of patterns se...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega A. P. and H. society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

Bega A. P. and H. Society. The monthly J meeting of the abovo was held at tho Society's office on Saturday aftornooa. Present : Messri. Q. P. Korrisoa (chair), A. L, Manning, B. J. Bingemann, J, It. Milnt, If. J. Jauncoy, J.T, Rog«r», T. Underbill, T. J. Kelly, T. Cochraae. If. Hanscombe, H. Underhill, A. Nicklo, H. Otton, W. Haslingden, and the Secretary. Inward Corhespondhncb. From the Cobargo Agricultural Society notifying date of next show —21st and 22nd of March ; Pam bula Society, 21st. and 22nd of February ; Cooma Society, 4th and 5th April. From E. T. Gould, requeating the Society to convene a meeting with a view to the formation of a district branch of the Farmer's Settler's Association. From the Bega Municipal Coun cil asking the Society's permission to put a gas connection through the show ground from the pavilion to the lane at the rear. From the Candelo Society stating that a committee of ladies is managing the Candelo spring show. From J. Kelly, jnr., and the Acting Se...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES William Rixon notifies. Thursday, 12th October. — At tho Bega Saleyards, special sale, 1200 head, cattle. 14th October, at Panibula, 10 dairy cows, 10 springers, 50 mixed young cattle. William Rixon, in conjunction with Pell and Allen, notifies sale of 30 dairy cows, 91 choice young heifers at Double Creek, on* Mon day, 31st October, on account of Mr. W. Murray.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BEGA SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

THE BEGA SCHOOL OF ARTS The Bega School o£ Arts is about the .worst of its kind the writer has ever seen in any town of the im portance of Bega. And in very niany instances much less ? ]-re- tentious centres can bosist of more commodious buildings. The hall is. much too small and the general appointments not nearly up-to-date. Perhaps the management will say that the support given this institu tion is not encouraging and doesn't justify nnj' improvements in the accommodation or extra cost in the purchase of books or periodicals. And there may be some truth in this, for the-writer knows that in .most instances the local School of Arts (why Arts ?) does not get tliat support which its undoubted claims do.-ervc. iJi-ga should have, a1 building second to none- outside the cities of the State. ? It has the money and the population. If a two-storey place were erected, and in addition to the usual require ments a billiard table (oi two if nccessaiy) installed and the gene ral surroundings ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

SPORTING. Moruys jockey club will not hold a spring meeting this year. Huretta and Ruffian will not face the barrier at to-day's meeting. The trainers speak highly of the way in which the Bega course has been prepared for horses in work. Candelo cricket club has decided that luncheons will neither bo provided nor accepted at matches this season. Mr. Li. de Rothschild's St. Amant won . the Jockey Club Stakes, of 10.000 sovs'., at the Newmarket First October Meeting on Thursday. After a career of 16 years on the cycling track Don Walker has an nounced his intention of retiring after the Nov. carnival in Sydney. ? Pius, who ran so badly in the A. J. C. Derby, and was the other day backed to win the Caulficld Cup, is trained regularly in blinkers. The knocks A. Sullivan, of Balmain, received on the hand from Vin Tarlinton during the recent match Bega v. Sydney, must have been pretty serious. He played his first match on Saturday since his return to Sydney. Bookmaker J. Colman intends to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

CHURCH SERVICES' CHI'KRII OK KXI.iI.AXP. jJIVlNl-: SEUVICK will he hold ns under:— Si. John's Church, IScKii-Kvery Sunday at 11 n.in. nml 7.:-0|un. 'ilt.lv Communion on 1st Sundiiy at 11 ii.m. nnd ::'rd Sunday ut S n.m. CAXOX MAItTIX. B.A., Rector. CATIiOLU'. -\ [ASS will bo cck-bratud us under:— Bi'.l'ii every Sniulny ut 3 and 11 a.m., nnd Devo Suiuli'iy— Oi.-tTi.'ri'uiilelo 11. 22, Ili-inlnika 11. 'J-.'. Cnmlclo 11. j. j. guxxixg. ai\sti:auax methodist ciiukcii. j^EIIVIUKS will l-c eoudui-ted us under:— l;epi. every Bini.lny nt 11 iiild7.no. Communion Service on Hie first Simdny niter It a.m. ser vice. .Siii.liiiih.Seluioliir.vio. Christian Kn dciLvor, V.V,ine.-dny ut 7.30. Choir Practice Week Sight Services WcdncMlayllih— Ctiu.lclo Tulr. ?nmi-dny, i-Jtli~-st-iiit-iiipiit. Tanja. Grand Ijuitvrn Dlsplav. - Friday, Uih— !:ru^o. E. \V. HUlSCO.MIiE. rUKiliYTIUtlAX CUCUCII. QIVIX1C SlCHVIUli will lie held ns under:— IIcim. Si. An.ln-n-'s church, every Sunday at U I'.nd 7..U). Snlilmth ...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

' POLITICAL. Tlie'Cliinainan still sets his face firmly against constitutional re form. ' Last week when members of the Chinese Commission, appointed to study the .parliaments of the world, were leaving Pckin, a homb exploded inside their saloon car. A few of the '-'Commission were slightly injured and the pori'Ctva lors were Mown to atoms. Which shows that the Chinaman is very backward in the art of bomb throw ing. The Itussian who blew up the Grand Duke Sorgius'iiiadc no such blunder as his Chinese prototype. If the Chinese Commission gets fairly away from Pckin. for the sake of its mission the Bitjoet hopes it will not 'btrike the X.P.W. Parliament first. The' effeet'would probably be to discredit the whole of our Parliamentary system.. One speech from dismal- MeCiowen, or David Storey, or. Jimmy Iloguc. would decide the Commission to return instantcr. * .* -« The Lands Acts and their ad ministration arc the plague of any man who has to do with land or land matters. And the whole...

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[BY CABLE.] London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

London. Mondav. [By Caulk.] General Booth states that his offer of immigrants was withdrawn because of Australia's difficulties. lie did not think it desirable he should adopt the scheme, as it was calculated to create conflict between the political jKiitics of Australia. . Professor JJehring's disclosures regard ing the new method of treating tubeieu losi-' are criticised as being either prcma ttne or Jiot going fur enough. Bombs were thrown at a detachment of Coisacks in TillU. The troops iiicd on the people, killing and wounding many ])t-isons. The citizens weit- panic stVicken. The Army Council examined the pio poaiil to establish a national 'army of 200,000 men, primarily for service abroad ; the IJuine defence to be en trusted to a highly trained volunteer armv. The barque Lalla Hootch arrived nt Quceiwto-vn after a voyage of 201 days horn Brisbane. Water, ilour and coal Were exhausted, and part of the cni-go was iiafsd for food. .Sparc spars wero used as fuel. The barquo Oliv...

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BEGA SPRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 11 October 1905

BEGA SPRING RACES. Following nro the nominations nml wiM'Ms f«r I lie Ik'iiii Spring Meeting to tie Ik- M Oil Jltli October :— : WiSKillTd. 'J'iii.w. Wbi.tuii Handicap, of 10 boys.,. G fur. st lb II. Uwlcrliill's eh g Jinjxern, ng--'d 10 5 13 FitJi-Ahm's cli g Curra-Lynn, (iyvri - - - - - 10 f- A Tliikin'H b m Jiuukct, fiyrs - 8 12 S Clarke V br g Ciesar, 4yrs. - S 10 R .1 Jrvin'a cli a *ir Henry, ngeil 8 o K Hovel's 1j « SnriiiLiInlu (late Tartnn), oys'K - - - - - 8 o S Slimpu's cli g Tim Sexton, iigeil S * II Otton'schg Councilor, Jyrs - 8 0 Flying Ha.nmcai', of 20 sovs, 0 fur. J MoLollnn's ch m Bonnie Blink, llyrs - - - - - 10 0 A .T P'tewart's br h Go Soon, 4yrs 0 2 Win Fniscr's l- m lltireltn, agu'd 8 4 W Hililmrtl's bg Atliintenn, agetl 8 3 K Fitz-Alan's i-h m Dower Queen, iigeil ? 7 12 \V llfljburd's oh g Rapid River, swot! - - - -.-75 S Sliarpc's b g Ascot, aged - -70. Novici: Handicap, of 12 sovs, 7 fur. st lb S Clarke's br g Ciusiiv. 4yra - !) li K .F li-vin's eh g Sir Hen...

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