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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

BRISBAlsrEi. [rnOM oub ovrs -»ECKSjwj.-nEST.T Tassession is nearly over and not one of I the important me:tsiircs inonti.nu-.d in tins I vice-reg:J s;mecli at itr. eirnniciCi-nient has beca fasscl. As-uniins: fjat fie Colonial Sesretary has a c»:»sciem;e the ghost of | slaaqhter.;.! Bills must disturb liis niglitlj rep.ise. Where is the Elective Upper House Hill, where is *hc Constitufinii Rill aIld; where is the Electoral Bill? ifrcaKbter in. I the saape of ec'j.i, limurjfuHv answers I where, as he turns to die old files -:f thu j XcrtA Au*!rulia», and inonnifuliv |-crusei that celebr:ite.d clap-trap oraiion s» prolific in promises which he uttered in- tbe Ipswich Court-house not nianv months ago With i-cjHrri t--tl.e l*ii!)lr«»t!V Itill an J llie Insol vent Bill it is evident that the crnntiv members arc as much to blame as the Go vernment. Hie session has nut lasted above two months, aad 3Icssrs. Halv, For rett, and other ' young nn;n froin this countr-'' plainly say that they wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

NOTICE. n-WSTRT S«b*rita» ,,r Advertisers - V- whoso Act: mats aru tl or upwards XoaTU Acktsauas Office. ' HOTICE. ' ' TN'TEVDrSG SuWrihers are reminded .1 that tliepr.=seat is, tils Cist is-iue of this Jojni.il tbr tie tjairter. P..-. am* viUing at th« oBsc. or sending a xv:;tt«u order, aiil h n-c t jo najw.- delivered regularly at their address. * Tes^s : Quirtarly. in advance .. Ss. Uitto. crciit . . - . . _ . iq^ Noetu Ai'stiaixan O^ice * ' JMjnly. ittSi EOTICE. Q57BSOEIBEBS receiving their pipers I J irregularly, either thron-U tUe l'ost *toc«f «..- ffi».a iixinefs. will utilise hy cam JnTiairitiajr .it once with the Publisher. KOTICE. AGEXTi? far this -lounvd are iufunned that tii j Accounts for their Districts »ire forwarded by the present mail. Early attention is « mesttd- lists of new Suh suribeis nUoul.l lie forwarded immediate] v. HOTICE. PESSQNS INDEBTED ti the -Varf* Australian for Suu^uription* or Adver iisinjr, t» the 32th. June last, inclusive, arc respectfully reque...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

? :. .-^ WEEXSLaXD GESKRAJL, ADTfiSTISEB, ?mm'' I5 P0015*'0* *-a Tuesday, TnccsDiT, and Jpp-'at X Satccda* mornings, and runvanlt.il to - -O£J?(iautty Subscribers by the earliest mails. J^i^^tt TERMS OF SCBSClttrtlOS. 'Isw- *MK'=THu*rtcI'. «n advance ? os ^5«Bte^.:::::::::'- «: WHHK^M. v^MIMBPP*'' under * Quarter «r u SbEIt^** r ? ? ''^.??^HHKK.. .. IB Pt -? ?-??;. -^JBfflines. or ingerhaif an' 'toiL'.'. .1 9 fl E sjttKi lines, or under three-qcartoMrf . : * |L ^^«n«acu ? ---...11* -a -4 ?f .? :/# Eight lines, or under one inch . jgL- :a ^ f: £-* Every additional ctgut Eires, unier . ? SiV . - ^ . -, ? soaB'A&pamnR^. - '.' ? ? .^*i|g|*g-' rf «ffib*«a-rertwemont. or it ?;'.?—? ' ' ' '- Tt^aSSS*' - «U»*H'-inlH'twin'.iiJ«|l- ^nd ^^iifefSig^^^ipnn*'1^''? Advertisements ^?^HK^^PjbeM^piEo. imteu received by il^^^^^^fe-' AGESTS. ^?^%jj^^--.%wram _'.... -Mr. Whitehead, Bookseller. ??* ' '^?P ™-~L;= '* . ? - Bmbane-rtreet. next New SS^r^'-'^-^'r^-^.' £O8t Office: Mr- Hi'«. ^ijfiffi ?...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

RYD5TEY MABKETS. We have news from S*duev to the SOfh Jit, from the & if. Herald, m take the ftwiomng : ? . 'jjnnr.— Tie improvement rcuantiynoticed Jn this nwrkct cuatfnnes. ann tiie increasing Jmuoessofthe market in South Australia points ij e. rfsj ;„ prim_ Ouinj to tile seireuy otvasu^i ji AAsIaM.?, some ah-irters Itsi-e b.w, raken la St-i,ie«r f.,r liriiiirinir fl.iirfr.ini that p .rt. 'B :st' Adelaide fcJlk nx-hlr «t £] J 1ft,-, : „;, . tt ^ firi:l st Js Li-jaids.— Ale, in i, ;«[.. U n little easier: torn fcnm.1* arj ^ttowd at £s to£SO*. A iafjj*1 sale ..f JLL-Haii's ins buen wiik' to .. annrc at £7 1;V. P,,rter. i.» *i:I.'k. is .rirUout altrtutLin. U,tttli;n ale anl porter ar.-. in i.ur d^!u»ad. B is.-' is (jn./ted at I.I.;. : «th.:r Ii-i.uk as. 31 t(1 ai. ,l;t Urai^lv is fir;n ; . 3firt;UV is.nio.^J ^: 13», :i,-nuXj«i--s 12s I SI. t,, U-s. fij. A'i:, !?r ,»? lt I&. t.^-s. :«. j ? nntml \tii«y4rd lis. fA. t-» Us. a,}. IJ ,,n I is d-ul. an-l prii:e unaltered : ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

CX-MMERCIAIi. ' ,_?a3I-t7CE Seceived.— By llcssrs G II wasOQ *aa Co, 3 bales of wool, W with HL conjoined; 4 bates skins. T. W. aud Co. ; by Mr. J. Mtirptiy, 2a bales wool, SJ.

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NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

NAPLES. Xat-i.es. Mabch 29. — Some important *r rests hsvr beeu made this week, and others are in contemplation, in consequence of at tempts to seduce titc soldiers from their duty. Lieutenant-General Fresti. f:-nneriy in the service of the Bourbons, and now in j receipt of a pension on retirement, and -m es -Urban Guard, were detecf-d in tUo act of enlisting soldiers for the Bourbons in a wine-shop. They had already succeeded with fourteen, say the authorities — others sav forty — and were sending them i-fT to join some of tho bands of ' brigands.' All were arrested. The proctjio against tlwm had hecu completed, and they have been handed over ti- the judicial authorities. It , appeirs that it had tacit the intention uf the reactionists to make their headquar ters somewhere in the neighbor]] ood uf Naples, and to draw a kind of cordon of hands round tho capita!, in the hope that, on a movement being made, the Camoristi in the city, with all the malcontents, would have responded to t...

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THIRD DAY. THURSDAY, JULY 10. (To start at 11 o'clock.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

THIBD PAY, TI«:RSI-AY. JLXY 10 ( To start at 11 o'clock.) The Draxto!. and Toowoomra Tows Tlatb f of 1.TH sovs. Three miles, one event I Weicht for age. Entrance. 10 sovs., -with a sweepstake of 5 sovs. to go to the second horse, in ndditinn to his entrance. Mr. Kent's h.g. Jihlmom, 5 years M'Dennutt's b.h. Eucalyptus, 4 vcars J. Sullii-an's b.h. Tclcgrapli. aged M'Dennott's c.sr. Tartar. 6 veurs W. Davidson's c.a;. Playbov. 5 vears ' Wrinliolt's h.h. Telegram, '4 years Hirst's li.^. Lord John. Si veara Ladies' Pi-i:se of 40 sovs. Two miles one event The winner of any previous raws during tlie meeting to earn- 7 lbs extra Weieht for age. Mr. M-Dennott's c. g. Tartar. 6 years Kent's cm, Empress. 5 vcars Wliite's sr.g. Young Stranger, 4 years Hortou's Turpin Hirst's h.g. Lord John. 5 years nAm.txG Duwss Welter Stakes of 50 sovs. Thpse miles. 12 stone. Mr. if-Oermort's I1.I1. Eucalyptus, i vcars Hirst's br.jT. Lottery, agul Kent's c.g.Bolivarr aged Lindsay's g.^. Romeo, ,-ig.id The rem...

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NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. VtK Melbonrne we have news to the 18th instant, from Dunralin. The total amount of jrold reported as re oeivi-n in Otapo from the 3rd to the IS* .Time is «591 onnees. The qnartz-reef. from which so much was expected, has been nbandouad for a time, no guld having been found in it tractable by the eye. Lars* nutnbeis of diggers are returning to Victtjria. Winter lias now 3aiS bis heavy banil on the Otairo gold-fields. The mountains round nbout Tuapela are covered with snow, and the valleys arc visited with a succession of snow-storms, and a constant recurrence of wet, black days. TeiU, under canvas, and in a rcirioa where firewood is not to be had without sroint; miles for it, must be a very uneomfortfiMe sort of life As mi^ht be expected, tlie inclement weather hits effected 5 diminution in tbc amount of polil brought down by escort. The bulk of the miners, however, that have at present ceased to work at the diggings appear disposed to remain in tbeprovinco until ...

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SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY, 9TH. JULY (To start at 11 o'clock.) [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

SECOND DAY, WEDKKSDA Y. 9«. .Tllf .» j _ (To start at 11 o'clock.! me Toow.iOitBA Ccp, presented hy hia Wor ship the Mayor, value 25 sovs.. widi 2S lvV-Sw?Cd ?-yUie»'« Pn»4- MHe heats. AVeijJit for age To be run for by horses that have bc«n for six months the bona file property of persons resident in die district of I-arlin-r f»owns Mr. W. K-nt's li. g. Jibltomn. 5 years J. C. White's g. g. Young Strancer, 4 years * W. H.irton's Tflrpiu ? Thn PpuurAN-s1 Vprsi- of 60 s»vs. for all horses Two mile h^ts. Weight for age. The winner of the Drayton Cup to carry Slbs. extra. J Ur. W. Kent's c. Hi. Empress, -1 years H. SfDermottV b. h. Eucalyptus, 4 years Hirsts h. p. I,ir,i John, S years HuiiDi.1: Bace of 7-l sbvk. Two miles one event, «ver cirfit leaps four feet hiSh. AVelter weights. ° I Mr. Hiist'i Iir.sr. Lotteij-. aged M'DerinottV c.?. Creenaway, accd Kent's irarl-.itrntr J''b'i Lindsay's pr-sr. Borneo, aged Mole's Volunteer IIack Hcekij.: Race of Si) B»vs. One mile heats, over three ...

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FRENCH MAYORS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

FBENCH MAYORS. Tbe JTonilcur of Saturday, publishes a list of not less than sixty-four mayors, who have been decorated witli the Cross of tlie Legion of Honour. Thn list is preceded by a re nort from the Minister .«' tlie Interior, to ♦he Emperor. The minister declares that he has not confined himself to selecting mayors ' in the more important centres of population. Among thos« whom he pro poses is a certain number who administer rural communes, and among them arc simple cultivators.' The greater number of those proposed by M. 1'emgny are persons who in tb« corn-ne of natnre' cannot long enjoy the distinction ronfurred on them. In most eises the ages of the recipients are specified ; the youngest is 68 years old. There are some from 70 to 79. several over SO. find «ne 94. Pome have been over forty vears in the cxei-cise of the functions of village mayor', and have the additional recommendation of having served in tbe army of the first empire. The reasons alleged by the minister for...

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IPSWICH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

IPSWICH SKTNICIPAL COUNCIL. A MnrrixG of the Ipswich Munieinal Council was heM y«st.*.lay aficrmmn. l'rt-sent— the. Mayor. Aldermen Cluno, O'Mallcv Watkius,and Stanley. *' Tbe minutes of the. previous meetiuir were read and confirmed. Finance Ki-j-cirr. The follnwing report of the Finance Cm mitteo was passed on the motion ..f Alder man Watkins, seconded bv Aldcmian Clcse. £ s. ,!. Waccs mid carta^ .. 37 is 0 W. Albert for stores . . .3 10 0 I*. A tand. ironmongery.. 10 0 TEXmnaeou fesoisg UTiaiiims to bciboe. BaEMEit-sruanr. Tl.« Uivui Btatua .that «-.-«nil t^nic^a had }m-n received for forming the ap proaches to the bridge in It.-enier-srr.wt Sinse these were culled for the Town Sur veyor had suggested that it would lie better to raise it ten feet or so. Under these circumstances it would be ss well to bold the teaiars m-«r until Mr. Balding had made his estimate of the expense of makiujr the alteration, and the Couucil decided upon the advisahilitv «f the step. Alderman Watkins t...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

CKOWN LAUDS' SALE. j A 6AI.E of Crown Lands touk place yesterday iii«rmii£ at the Ipswich Police Court. h;venty-one lots were nHered for sale, com prising comitry, suburban, snd special ronntry lots. iu tlie counties of Stanley and Churchill, of which thirtv-fanr ?wire sold. There was a large attendance of linyen and a vcrykeen competition, mani fested for some of the lots offered. The following are the lots sold : — Cocxtbv Lot.-. On Sandy Creek, County of Churchill. ?? KnUm) tot ir«. J«urtla«r. l1Sf £ s.A 7 3t i O William Rawson I S 0 8 80 « 0 Ditto 1 « it Ou the Main Uoad from I)iswii-h to Tw woom, near Sandy Creek. RntliMd I^«. Jin* 1-BKh.scr. P^TT 9 55 J 0 James Crmtia 3 rt 0 On Buudamha Creek, Parish of Godna. Jtealisii! Lot ATM. 1-uMhasCT. ^JSJ!' K. if, 0 0 -:ibso 1 Stewart I U o IT 2-r---- J.ihnDeviue 5 4 0 IS 14 ::-- JmwGj.ni 2 IS ti 19 WOO OanieJMcBav '00 20 1120 Michael Donncllv 7 0 0 22 2* 0 -- William Uuvtne * 2 0 o 25 3fi O O Mich-icl Fitzpatrick 1 Id O 26 17 J O Micha...

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DARLING DOWNS ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

OAKLISG DOWNS AKK0AL EACES. Tbe entrances for these races wen an nounced ou the evening of Friday last, at die Royal Hotel, Toowoomba. Then was a nnmeroas attendance of spec tators upon die occasion. FIBST DAY, TUESDAY, Sin JULY {To start at 11 o'clock.) The itawKK IH.ate of 60 bovs. One and a faalf miles. One event. Weight for stge. Mn ^?*i? K«- Jjbl»o»«-. * years ^ Wwnholt'fib. h. Telegram. 4 yean Daviuson'e 0. g. Playboy, 6 yeare M'DermoU's b. h, Bucal vptos. 4 yeara _ Wrst'«b-«. f-rf JoW* yeara J TheDa&xioif Cup, value of 60 bo vs.; with 208OVS. added. Mik ana ahalf heats. Weigbtfora^ OpciitoailJioisea. En trance, £6. gecoaa. hone to save his 1 entrance, ^- «'»jnnoWke. s. ^ISaitar. 6 year. Kent's cm. Empress, £ years 3.C White juh.-, g^fe^&inger, ^jBara. j Selukc Bace of 50 bovs. Mile l.o«f. Wei^it for age. If entered for £« II' Joired 7fts. ; if for £38. l*lb- ' '* **?' ^?r.Kents b- *? Lorn B*Rhm. accd ? M-Darraott =t c. S. Creepaway. aged J. Perrins' Barrister ...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

Kivrices op wmos. i Alderman Cujne to move— 'Tbat this Council take immediate steps for die crec- | don of a public wharf at whatever place may be thought most suitable, in order that die pnblic may have access to die river.

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IPSWICH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JULY 5. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

IPSWICH POLICE CODBT. Satcbdav, Jpi.v 5. Befure the Police STajristrate Henry Creiahton. convicted of drunken ness, was fined 5s.. with die alternative of SMiours in the cells. James Burnett pleaded guilty to a charge of profane swearinjr. and was fined 10b_ or in default af fixyniant nrdeied to lie confined for 31 hours in die cells.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

NOTES AKTD NEWS The Desbbtkpa — IfcfcrrinK to a ptra^raph which appeared in this journal .i f.-w days »!To. relative to desertions from H. M. 12th Kc^iim-nt. we li»ve nndnulited authority to de-iv the rtatement thewin. imd the pre vailin? rnmonrthat the desertions from tho Acta/ihmaat of the 12th Font stationed in Brisbane. h»v« been in any way occasioned ny rue -cmnjnusarr cmplo.rraPnt «f the men in the establishment of an cxaUtii jicrsonase with » -jrai!i5tr of one shilling per di.-m ; the fact b:Mn(j that, although men have been to cnioJoyed, it has been hy their «iwii free will, and at a fair rate of remuneration. \V« are orlail to be in a position ta make tlie coa tnulietion. -lnty nftea ont.51). x painful tank and stieh was the courts of djcromoiu- re ferred to. ? SoMBTHisc Wnns« ZoxEwunus.— A num ber of ableJxtdied men have been seen wnlkinjr about Ipswich for some *«me riast with their hands In tlicir pockets, apparent! v cninyine; the otium »W iignilale. Vjum heiiiR questio...

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

MAB«JOKOrCH. SltM) OF TUE QdKESSIJIXll. — On ThuVS -{ay afternoon last, this vessel ran from the Vioi-ks ;it the Brojhfi.-; to the n hsrt'. a dis tance of 14 miles, in GO minutes. On Fri liay she run from the wharf to the heads at Tyn-om, cstimah.-d at 27 miles, in one lioor and forty-five minutes, passing throu-rli the sicliowcst places in the river at duad low w.-it.-r. VTooiit Isijistp. — A rumour is current that an a)-;-Iicati--u has been made to the Go vernment for a ]ia5toral lease uf the above island, bnt we hope if such be the case, that it will not be entertained, as \re be lieve it i« the only eligible spot in the bay fnr a pilot station and quarantine ground. The rent deiivablo would only be about £2 pur annum. Reckoning theib Chickens befuke they webt HaTciUmj. — Tl« CliTmiiclt says: — Aa advertisement app»rs in our coluiuus oaii Uonioj parties Bjrainst boardiug. or holding ctnnmnntcation vi& tlie crew or passengers of the emisrrant vessel. City of Brisbane. Mr. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

Bosteb roE Joly.—WI,, J. P«nton and H. JLCookbnrn, Esqs.: lltb, H. ChaUinorand B.J. Smith, Rs^s.; 16th. T,Ue LMofiatt and Thomas ««wlaiidB, BsqB.: 48ft. E. C rorj juid George Thorn. Bsqs; 22nd, «. !L. .FattnruiiandG. H.AVUson,£om.; SStb. I .£ .for^and !&J&3K£SgZ »£ t. Cribb and «£. Thorn. EEbi. Animstlst. C F4irclotiiaa(tH.CuaIIicox, fcqs. ;

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THE NORTHRN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

THEETOBIHBW TORTS. By the Queensland we Imve to band papers from Bycktaaniptttn to the 89th June, and from Maryborough to the 26th June, from which we cuke the following extracts : — KOCKHAM1TOK. 1 The Eockhaniptou Bulletin, trill be in I future published twice* week, thu days of issue being Wednesdays and Sutnrdsys. Volckteeb Have Bwoabe.— «e are glad to learn that *he rifte* have arrived from i Brisbane, and are now in the c»» o! ' C»p tainJardine. 13w«««fi%«teod,«oaAoj appear to be s verjr eupenor description. It will be noticed that some of the member* appear ii- their undress uniforms; it is an ticipated that the remainder will have pro cured theirs in the course of a few dajB. The undress consists of Hue flannel tunics with BCirtet facings, white trousers. «nd caps of grey colonial tweed with broad scarlet bauds. The volunteers expect Iljat tlie full dress will be provided by the Go Tcremont. It is a parsunonions policy on the part of the Government to ecoiuniise the public ex...

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MONDAY, JULY 7. Before Police Magistrate, J. G. Gray, and R. E. Drury, Esqs. [Newspaper Article] — North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser — 8 July 1862

Mo\dav. Jclv 7. Bflfore the Police Magistrate. J, 6. Gray and B. E. I-rury. Esos. ' Charles King, an old offender, broii«rlit np under the Vagrant Act for having no lawful nor visible means of support, was sentenced to one uiOQch's imprisonment in Brisbane S«''. Joseph Millar and Joseph Couroy, bronjrht np on a charge of drnnkeuuess, were fined Ss. each. John Thomas, convicted of die same offence, mis fined 40s. with die alternative of 4$ tours in die cells. John Gnpny. apprehended on a like charge orfeitad his ball of £2. John Glendill and Jacob Crecsher each pleaded ijuilty to a charge of drunkenness. viero each lined five shillings, or in default of payment were ordered to be confined in die cells for 21 hours. Bcbecca Wilson was charged with having on the evening of Sunday. tfa« 6th instant, created a diatnrliancc in St. Paul's Church during oivlne service Jlr. Thimps-)n appeared for defendant. Defendant having pleaded not gnilty. a short discussion ensued as to die nartaenbw Ac...

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