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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

;''-' G. Fo SUG3DE1T ^SS^JDOWR WOOL at Id. per lb. Winner of the First and Second Prizes, and'aisb^the Centennial Gold Medal, for the Best Scoured Wool at the Sydney Exhibition. * Wool coming by Train to Narandera and Oorowa Railway Stations will Ibe taken delivery of and redelivered at said Railway Stations FREE OF ADDITIONAL CHARGE. ? Trade Addresses. ? T. GREENFIELD, - * - §Bk m J- DC / # /* ? — r*'|l cl CO Also at WODONGA, opposite Bambrick's . , Hotel. MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, BAIL INGS, TABLETS, &C, ERECTED id Oemeteries and Churches, Inscriptions Cut, and general repairs done. Designs and Estimates free of charge. '''.-'? HUME FOUNDRY ENGINEERS, Millwrights, Boilermakers, and Engine-smiths, Sawmill, Flourmill, and Agricultural Machinery. Contractors supplied     with Girders, Columns, Verandah, Castings, &c, Horseworks in stock.     CHARLES LAMPITT,   Manager. HELM BROS., GENERAL BUCKSM &JU...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

SUfWRY OF LATE NEWS. I The Danllr'quin Fire B.Igade has struck - -jj work. k The body ol Mr, John Gordon, road engineer, f haB been found in a dry creek at Temora. 'A It is supposed that the death was caused by ? - ( the extreme heat. ; One hundred and fifty men throwa out of 1 work by the closing of the Daniliquln Meat $ Works. . -? ./ At Nyngan alone five deaths have been, caused by the heat. Stock are reported to be dying in large num bers in the Ddniliqain district. ' Saturday last was the hottest day experl- ' enced at Bathurat for seven years. The water supply at Wyalong Is fast g'vlng c out. At Condobolin on Saturday the thermometer registered 118 in the shade. Mr. Lyne is about making a tour of the northern and western districts. A fire broko cut in a wine shop at Cobram on Saturday. A man named John Ryan was burned to death. A man named Davis met with a terrible death at Inverell. His leg was drawn Into a threshing machine, causing fatal injuries.   Mr. M. D. M...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

? Sales toy ^.nctioa, CHA8. L. GRIFFITH and CO.'S AUC TION SALES :— Albury- Wodonga Horse Sale —Wednesday, Thursday Aid FridA, I9th, 20th, and 21st February//' M ? Sale of Cottages an-^ /valuable Town Allot ments^ Albu'/VHotel.— Saturday, 26th Janiujy. ^tll Albnry^^n^^ly£iarljet^r$?ednesday, 29th Wodonga Fortnightfy Market. — Tuesday, 4th February. . -~ ? Sale of ' Olaremont.'— -Wednesday, 14th Feb* ' , ruary. . Tallangatta Market. — Date to be fixed. Riverina Wool, Hide, and Produce Co.'a Sale —This Day, WEDNE3DAY, 29th JANUARY, At 10.30 a.m. '*, . f- 'iTIHAS, h. GRIFFTH and Co. will' Bell by .' v^ auction at' the Municipal Yards on Wed ', ''neBday, 29th January, at 10.30 a m. sharp 15 Fat Bullocks from Mr. J. J. Hore, Cumbe ? . ' roona 15 Fat Bullocks from Culcairn 15 Fat Cattle from Burrumbuttock 15 Fat Cattle from Bungowannah 6, Prime Vealers from Mr, J. Ro we, Moorwatha fi Milch Cows from Walbundrie ' . -12 Mixed Cattle from J. Perry man, Yambla 4 Pure-bred Shorthorn Bulls from...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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GERMANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

GERMANTON.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)         The police magistrate attended here last Friday       and presided ov-r the small debts court, .ind   alsooveitbelicouniugcurtincorjjanctiomvith Mr. Jolin .Burn, J. P., of Jurra Jarra, ouo of tho licKns   ing magistrates. Thg following cases wero (Us   posed of in the small diYbfc court :— Charlotte   Nichols v. John Nichols', Jan. — Mr. Currw ap   peared for the pLdHtiff, who wns a miuriod   womun, and the defoodunt nppenrcd h) per dun   and defended the' action by putting in a u?i eff   showing a \ Bljbwii-g a dabt cluu to him by ulr.hUiff'eliUBbe.ud. Mi« Cuiiie eulmuucd tUat tbiB debt if there was   one had nothing to do with the plaintiff's claim which was quite a separate matter, and was an amount for which the ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. WAGGA WAGGA LAND OFFICE. HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA No. 99. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. --O--   WAGGA WAGGA LAND OFFICE. Homestead Selection Area No. 99. Within special areas 11,820, 11,821, and 11.822. County Bourke, parish Coolamon Portions 23 aud 26, 320 acres; vaiue of im provements, fencing, half value £5 10s ; annual rent, £7. — Wm. Evans, Coolamon. Portion 27, 277 acres 1 rood ; annual rent, £6 18s 8.1. — James Dean, Portion 28, 277 acres; annual rent, £6 18s 6d.— Wm. J. F. Macauley, Coolamon. Portion 29, 276 acres ; annual rent, £6 18s. — Thomas Swann, Coolamon. Portion 35, 160 acres ; value of improvements, feucing, half value £2 15s ; annual rent, £4 10s — Wilhelm M. G. Odewahn, Coolamon. Portion 38, 160 acres ; value of improvements, fencing, half value £13 10s ; annual rent, £4 10s.— Mathew Gibson. For this po:tion the application of Jane Chapel was also allowed to remain in. Portion 77, 80 acres, county Bourke, parish Elliott. — Margaret Conrick, Devlin's Siding. Portion 79, 80 acres, county Bourke, parish Elliott.— Patr...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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BRITISH AND FOREIGN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

BRITISH AND FOREIGN The French law allows prisoners whose parents are dying to pay one visit to them when on their death beds. * ? The moBt eccentric member of the .U.S. Congress will be the representative of New Hampshire, Cyrus A. Sulloway. He is 55 years old, a lawyer, and an active member of the Salvation Army. In his younger days he was renowned as a collar and elbow wrestler, and a country fair fighter of a rough-and-tumble type. He may now be frequently seen leading ?open-air processions. He is Oft. high, foony and lank, with muscles like whip ?cord, and a voice like a fog-horn. ''' ~' An old farm labourer who has just died tab the village of Lyminster, near Arundel, retired on his savings as a working bailiff and cowman in October, 1881. His name was Charles Duke. Out of a weekly ?wage of fifteen shillings he- had put by no less a sum than £200. For nearly twelve years — until 1893 — the thrifty old man ?made this money last him, and with the aid of his former employer kept ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

Announcements.   BIRTH.                 SMITH. — January 15, at the Manse, Smollett street, the wife of the Rev. David Smith, of a   daughter.         DEATH.       ANDREW.— On the 13th inst, suddenly, at his   late residence, Berrembed, Grong Grong, New   South Wales, John Andrew, a native of Camp- belltown, Argyleshire, Scotland, aged 55 years. IN MEMORIAM. HUMPHRY. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who died on the 25th January, 1892. She has gone to her rest, her troubles are o'er, She has done with sorrow and pain;   And the ills of her life she patiently bore, Will never distress her again. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter, W. and E. Humphry. TRENCHARD. — In affectionate remembrance of our loving son, Henry J. ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

? : Amusements* RUTHERGLEN_GALA DAY. ?A..N.&. CS&SSB.A.TXOjH'. Grandest Attraction ever known in North-East. MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1896. Procession of 3000 People, Hundreds of Vehicles and Go Carts. 3LOO '^7^ISIIEi:£S3IaSMOs33i§r,, 3.OO SPOKTS PROGRAMME. W^CB4T\ Given in PRIZES. Entries, ac '^T ^Kjapi^mpanied Ky fee, past 2 years cw SSQfF ft0£fpTmanc£i and weights of bicy cles.^CliOS.p qn^ONJ^AY, p^MKfTARY. Further j&rticul&ls, J*See jitters ok apply # IMretary.^ j& Gives a chance in Art Union and admits to Gala. SPECIAL GALA TRAIN Leaves Wodocga 6.20 a.m., and leaves Ruther glen 7.30 pm. ; EXCURSION FARES. All the World and his Wife will be there. A. F. BUCKLEY, Secretary. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT And Tableaux Vivants, TO MISS RA©H£L GiOSTER, IE0Ha|iC# INSlriTUTE, Wednesday |f ekt, 2S:£h last. ^* Look out f-& the^^oc&ammb. '©a 0 — — — ^ POPULAS PBICES. Bos Plan open at T. F HUGHES and Co 's. :--/ '.- ? Spacing. ? Tallangatta ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

To Cokrespondekts — ' W. Cunningham.' —Your tank contains 1897 yards. 'Builder.' — You can obtain colonial pine from Messrs. 0. Hardy and Co., Wag^a Wagga. CONCBRT — A- grand concert will take place In Byrne's Centennial H-*H, Tumbarumba, on -Monday night next, 27ch inst., in Bid of William Jamieson. who is destitute at Tum barumba. The Municipal Elections. — For the three     seats vacant in the Borough Council, the candidates will, it is understood, include       Messrs. D. Watson, G. H. Billson, Carkeek, and J. Thomas. ' ' Steam Saw Mills.— A want long felt In the district has been supplied by Messrs. 0. Hardy and Co., of Wagga Wsgga, whoBe steam ' paw and planing mills are in lull operation. Colonial pine, Oregon, hardwood, and other timbers are supplied to order in any quantities. Concert and Tableaux — A grand com 'plinientary concert and Buries of tableaux vivants to Miss Richel Gloster will be held on 'Wednesda...

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ALBURY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 24 January 1896

ALBURY RACING CLUB. The annual meeting of the members of the club was held, on Friday evening at the Albion Hotel. Mr. A.-H. Emerson, chairman, in the chair. There was an unusually large attendance, including Messrs. Carew, Chenery, Mitchell, D'Arcy, W. Conley, Aikin, Peacock, Campbell, M'Donald, Davey, Ten Brink, Quirk, Carkeek, Galvin, Martin, G. A. Thompson, and others. After the confirmation of minutes, the secretary read the annual report and balance-sbeet. ? The report was read as follows : — ' Gentlemen,— In placing before you their statement of accounts for the past 12 months' your committee take the opportunity of earnestly appealing to each individual member to extend his bearty co-operation with them in their en deavors to place the club in a more satisfactory position, For a year or two to cans your com mittee cannot but feel they will haveuphi'l work to face, but i£ every member will kindly give his assistance, be it ever bo small, in the obtain ing of new members or no...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

Thursday, January. 30. HOBSE STEALING. John Murphy was brought np for sentence. Several previous convictions were proved against him, and he was sentenced to 12 months' im- prisonment with hard labor in Goulburn gaol. FALSE PRETENCES. C, J. Robinson was charged with obtaining money under false pretences. The Crown Prosecutor said he was not pre pared to go on with this case owing to the absence of material witnesses, Mr. Wilkinson, for the defence, aeked that the prisoner be admitted to bail in his own recognisances. Hia Honor postponed the case till next court, and allowed bsil, prisoner in £20 and one surety ia the same amount, STEALING WHEAT. James Anderson and Edward Smitk pleaded not guilty t j a charge of stealing wheat. la this case also the Crown Prosecutor asked for an adjournment of the case owing to the absence of material witnesses. Tbe Crown Pro sector said he should ask for substantial bail, as the case was an important one. Mr. Wilkinson, for the defence, contended th...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALBURY DISTRICT COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. (Before Mr. District Court Judge Forbes.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

ALBURY DISTRICT COURT. ? e ? . ' Thursday, January 30. (Before Mr. District Court Judge Forbes.) Reynolds v. Ealph and Driscoll, claim for £41 103. for wageB. Mr. White, instructed by Messrs, Emerson and Fowler, for plaintiff ; and Mr. Harris, instructed by Messrs. Wilkinson a d Wilkinson, for Ealph, W. DriBcoll, the other defendant, appeared on his own behalf. William Reynolds deposed that he was a miner at Bulgandra j witness agreed with Driscoll to work his share in the Welcome Find reef for 45s. a week ; this was 14th March, 1895. and witmss worked till 15th June ; to this date Driscoll paid the wages ; Dri-cjll then said he had so d half his share to Ralph; witness continued at work and Ralph knew of this ; witness asked Ralph if he had bought half Drisc ill's interest ; he replied 4: Yes ;' witness told him he was working DriB coil's share, and Ralph said that was all right ; there was a proposal to transfer Driso ll's interest to witness in consideration of £20 ; this arrange...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

SUMABY MWi MEWS. The bualnesa of the Quarter Sessions and ' ,.' District Court was finished yesterday. \ A capital programme is published for the [ Tnmbaramba Show. ' ' 'j The night of Thursday, 25 .b, lnat waa tho | hottest experienced this season. ., ' | A deputation waited on the Premier yester« j day on the alien labor question. ' -I New buildings are to erected in Sydney for the Mines Department. The population of West 'Australia is now nearly 102,000. Mr. F. H. Rensa, C E , a very old resident ?' of Sydney, died a few days since. I The Darling River is now very low and j several steamers have stack. - ' j At Wentworth the bottom of the river Is ; plainly visible from the bridge. ___ ' A terrible cyclone passed over Murrurundl \ last week. . ' i Many buildings were unroofed, end even' | fencing was blown down. '. The rabbit pest is reported to be increasing ! alarmingly in the Corowa distriot. i The recent discovery of petroleum in New i Zealand is likely to be of much importan...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALBURY QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. (Before Mr. District Court Judge Forbes.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

ALBURY QUARTER SESSIONS. ... . ? ^ ? ??- Wednesday, January 29. (Before Mr. DiBtrict Court Judge Forbes.) ?..'.? This court was opened on Wednesday morning at the usnal hour. Mr. Parker, P.M., occupied a seat on the Bench, and Mr, Harris held the briefs for the Crown. . John Murphy, charged with horse stealing, pleaded not guilty. . John Chapman, a resident of Junee, deposed that a crrev mare outside the court was hi8 property ; Bhe had been running near his place towards the end of September, but was missing on 24th. George Keeley deposed that in September last he was in Germanton and met prisoner, who was in possession of the grey mare ; witness had a bay mare ; prisoner proposed an exchange of horses and witness agreed ; this occurred at Dixon's Swamp, where an agreement was drawn tip accordingly. Constable Wilkinson, stationed at Bowna, deposed that on 23cd September he saw prisoner and Keeley cunped at Bowna reserve ; witness asked prisoner who owned the grey mare ; prisoner re...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

HEW SOUTH WALES LAMB NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 13th February : — District of Grenfell. County Forbes, polish Binda. Pore. 59 to 63,31a Or 39p ; improvements nil ; capital value, £46 17s 4d ; annual rent at 1J per cent, for the first five years, lls 9d ; survey fee, £2 143 Pors. 28,29, 30, 43,44, 45, and 112, 32a 0r38p; improvemrutB nil ; capital value, £48 7s 2d ; annual rei-t, 12a Id ; survey fee, £2 14a 91 Pors. 4.8, 49, and 50, 32a Ir2p ; improvements nil j capital value, £48 73 lid; annual rent, 12a Id ; survey fee, £2 14s 9d Pors 31, 32, 33, 40, 41, and 42, 32a Or 38p ; improvements nil ; capital value, £48 7s 2J ; annual rent, 12a Id ; survey fee, £2 14s 9d Pors. 34 to 39, 32a Or 38p ; improvements nil ; capital value, £48 7s 2d ; annual rent, 12s Id ; anrvey fee, £2 14s 9i Pois. 54, 55, and 56, 23a 3r 30p ; improve ments nil ; capital value, £35 18s 2d ; annual rent, 9s ; s...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. WEDNESDAY, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

MELBOURNEGRAIM MARKET. Wednesday, January 29. GOLDSBRough, Mort, and Co Ltd. report:— Wheat,— We have to record an unaltered market 88 to prices, the millers will not bid at auction with such spirit as was noticeable for a fort Bight ago, and more wheat has been offering of late. Sellers, however, show no disposition to quit at leas than 5s per buehel, which price is rather under the equivalent to that ruling in many of the country towns. Gables from Home report a firmer market, and prices show a rise of 6d per quarter, and preaent quotations are 30s per lbB, ex-warehouse for seoson's 1893— 4. We held our usual auction to-day, but very little business effected, offara not coming up to owner's reserves. We quote : — Prime milling, 53 to 6s 0£I ; fair to good, 4s lO^d to 43 ll£d ; off lota up to 4s lOd. Oats. — The market can hardly been quoted so firm, as the trade are at the moment fairly well BU«Dlied, and, cjnsequently, present prices are difficult to maintain. Current rates are :...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE. The undermentioned farms will be available for settlement loaeooa and after SOth February I— ' District of Warren, County Oxley, parish Nevflttire, value, £3200 ; annual rent at 1£ per cent , £40 j survey fee, £18 15a : Por, 27, 2560a ; improvement nil ; capital value, £2880 ; annual rout, £36 : survey fee* £18 15a * - Pora, 28, 29, 30, 2560a each ; improvements' nil ; caDital value, £2560 each ; annual rent, , ' ' £32 each; aurvey fee, £18 15a each. ' -'--.? County Oxley, parish Gurtia, , *_ \ \ Pof. 39. 2388a; improvements nil; capital -;i-3!' valua, £2985; annual reut, £37 6a 3d ; survey -'- ~~.'.r^, fee, £18 5a. ' 'J\^ Tha undermentioned farms will bo available for v- *?- *? settlement lease on and aftei 12th March :— \' ' ' ' District of Coonamble. ? ? -' ' » V County Gowen, parish Biralbung, ' i-,^',,'! Por. 14,2727a; value of improvements, £133; ! *~ - ' '? '.' capital value. £2727 ; annual rent at ij- per ' ~~ - ' '? cent, £34 Is 9d ; survey fee,...

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ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT, [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT, Butter, lOd to Is 3d par lb Eggs, 6d to 8d per doz Ham, lOd per lb Bacon, 5d to 8d per lb. Oats, 2s 9d per bushel Ohaff, oi per cwt Potatoes, 8s per cwt Barley, 3s per bushel Bran, 10 1 i er bushel Pollard, 10il per bushel,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

Publications Received. — We have re eelved from Messrs. Gnrdon and Gotch a copy of the third aeries ot ' Emys by Lidy Cook.' The eBeays, which deal with various aocial topics In an outspoken snd unconventional Bsanner, have already appeared In a Rood many colonial nowspapexa, and are now re printed In pamphlet forms at the low ptioo of |l, The laaue to hand contains 13 articles, all In the weH-knowD powerfftl style ohwac»

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CHAS. L. CRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. ALBURY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

GHAS. L GRIFFITH AND GO.'S REPORT. Albury Fortnightly Maeket. Messrs. Chas. L, Griffith and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly market on Wednesday, the 29th inst , when yarded 220 cattle and 6000 sheep, to a fair attendance of buyers. Cattle— They yarded 220 head, about two third3 of which consisted of interior to useful beef with a email proportion of good quality light cattle, the remainder chieSly mixed stores. They sold best pens of bullocks av'4 to £5, odd beasts a little higher. Best pena of cows from £2 103 to £3, a few higher. Fat Calves, which were yarded in exces3 to requirements, sold at a reduction on recent rates. Good calveB 103 to 18s, a few extra prime and heavy ealve3 to £2. They sold ilrafts for Messrs. W. Carp, H. Mead well, Williai* Stewart, R. Fymer, Mra. Lwia. T. H. Griffith ST. and R. Crisp, C Ti. Griffith, William Dcundy, S« Oaborne, John Ranee, and Dw ier8op._ They Btf'a 6000, about ono-fcMrd of ? f^. -mprieed ta tefior to- medinm quah y *hicU ou...

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