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Britain and Her Dependencies. A REMARKABLE PREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

Britain and Her Dependencies. A RUM ARK ABLE PREDICTION. Thk 'New York Herald' says: 'Nothiii' unites ii nntion so much us war. The Spanish- A met ican conllii't welded North and South ns they had not been welded since 18(51, ju-t as the firing on Fort Sumter united the North as it hud I nevor lieptl flllit.pH Imfnrn Till, South African .-trugule lias united the British nation and its colonies heyoiiil anything previously known. War agaiiiit a foteign eneiny would rally every paily and faction in France to the national defence.' This observation reminds me (s-iy.s M. l31owilz, Paris correspun dent of the Lon-lnn 'Times,' writ ing on June 20) of a curious conversation nearly 40 years ayo with Thiers, and only to day I met a friend, a member of the National Assembly, who was present, and who also recollected his almost 1 ? 1 0| ih e ti c words. The conversation look place in January, 1871, in the small first room then occupied by Thiers at the Hotel de Franco at Bordeaux. The other tw...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

WE8LEYAN. First 8unday in wich month, BogA II, lay aorvice Bemboka, 11. Hcringlo (Mr S. Johnstone'*) 2.80. Sega, 7.80 Second Sunday, Begs, 11 (Communion), and7.80 young people's service). B-ogo, 8 Third Sunday, Bega,' 11 and 7.80. Wolumla, 8 Fourtb Snuday, Bega, 11 and 7.80. Candclo, 3 I Fifth' 8tin0*y,(whe0 oceorring), Bega, U and 7.30 Wolumla,' 8 ' Wm Etckino Msetimos and Sirvicih ootobkr Wednesday, 8rd— Candclo, 7.80 Tburtday, 4th— Tanja, 7.80 Friday, 0tb — Bomboka, 1JBO Prayer tfeofcfng Wednesday, 7 MO Choir practioe, Friday# 7.80 V JOHN SCHARKIE.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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The Wonderful Number 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

The Wonderful Number 4. 'I'lffitE aro 4 cardinal points, 4 winds, 4 quarters of the moon, -1 figures iu the quardrille, 4 rules tf aiilhmctic, 4 suits of carls, 4 quarters to the hour. 4 leys of turiiitnre, oiost it ii i tua Is go on 4 Icl-s : tile dead nr» ? I ln.Ka--».i, 4 planks, the ptiaom-r between 4 « a Is. We have 4 incisor and 4 canine teeth, and our fork' have 4 prongs ; nil iiniuiuly, when biitchcred, are cut into 4 quarters. The violin, L'leatest ol all strihi; instruments, hits only 4 strings, Four ol n kind is a prettv good hand nt poker, even il they sire only 4's. There are 4 grcnt continents ; every great railway Ims 4 trucks ; niusi rooms have 4 corners and 4 sides, livery question has 4 sides, the inside, tho out-ido, the right side, anj the wrong si le.

Publication Title: Southern Star
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SYDNEY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

SYDNEY MAUKKT RKIMRT. Clarke and Co. report on 27th ultimo:— Cruamerv bnttor t'jd. fartory 7Jd t4» 9d, dairy Gjd to 7^1. t/mf cheeso in fair do* umiid ut 4 jd to Ad. large firm ut 4|d to «d. Country cured baron -Id to fid. K^gs 6jd to 7d. Maize 2* yd. Money in good demand Ht Ijd to I'Jd i igs Hrni, bneoucrs 37s Ud to 17* (id. p* rkers I *s to 28s. Poultry in good dem »nd, fowls und ducks 3d to 4s Cd. Hill, Clark and Co. report on 1st report: P--t pigs— mark* t rather heavily supplied on Friday lust. Prime baconers wuro nguiu in demnnd und aold well, prime qutility poikuty aUo Mtld well, but vulues wen* not tipial to tlw pervious 1 uvnday's raten. We quote— Extra priioo weighty biick-fntfl fn')ri to prime Mcighty 50a to extra prime weighty baconern 49s to .'?0m, gcMxl to prime lighter 42s to 47, light 31* to 40h, beet htMvy porkent 27h U- iiOit, prime lighter 2 Is to I7t*, light 20s to 23s, Mnuit light 15^ to 19s.

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A Comparison. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

A Comparison. HkBB is a pen picture nf one of tin* Biier --ei)uruh (L.iinlerl by name) -if drawn by u war correnpnndunl nt tbe front;— '-He wat (lres-ieil liko tin Australian bullock-driver, « ii l» putcbtfd twurd tiousura, a cn'tr*e line cotton dhirt, a dirty ruil hnndkcrchief round hid neck, and an old full hat on lib li^ad. Me had a short pipe in Ii'im mouth, his .shirt-sleeves tolled up, and his limits wuiu riigifi'd ut the toes. How the dainty French nnd German officer* in the pay of the Boers must huve enjoyed being associated with '?.?iuliliers-' of this kind.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

EVENTS TO COM K. UeK^ Hchool of Arti IVhating Club uievti every idtvrnato Kriday LadieV IaxJkq of tliu O.U.O.O.r. meets Thursday fortnightly f.oynl J'ntico Alfred Lodge, U.U., iu«*ott on Mou day. voniug Star' Lodge, I.O.O.F., meets on Monday Masonic I«od»-v, Bega meets on Sccoiul Tuend.ty in each munth. Bega A., P, and II. Society's OonimitU-c mcutit llrst | Tuuituay of the muntb. j Firttt Tuesday in each month. Council Good Templars meet every Tnrftdav ComtnoudTrualefrtmeetlaitt Tuifdnyiiieaoh monlb JorfpiUI Cainiuitteii tiicuU Socoud Weducndny iu each month Bega Iiunev -lcnt Society meota sccond Tuesday iu each month School of Arts Committoo meets First Thursday in each mouth ; [Information invited from Secrttaritt] Cijc J&otitfwn |3-tai\ ruDLienKD at hkqa ok WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY*. 'Rk ju»t, and fear njt: l«t nil the ciuIb thou aim'nt at bo thy country'**, thy God'a. and truths ' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1900 !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

Bottles aro easily oleaned with hot water and fioo coals. A handful of flour bound on a sevore out will ofton stop the bleud 5 ing. I Brooms put iuto boiling water i' onoe a weok will become tough and durablo, lasting twice as long aB i those not trented thus, will sweep t better, and will not out the oarpot. !r A Viotorian farmer reoenlly sold [? s litter of baoon pigs, the progeny of a singlo sow, for £34. A sow gonoralljr has two littera a years, so the animal in question should be a veritable gold-mine to her owner. Warts moy bo oured by the fol lowing simple remedy : Take a elate, and have it calcined iu tho fire ; then reduce it to powder, and mix this powder with strong vine gar. Rub the warts with the wash, and they will soou disappear. Advice to UoTUEnnl^Ara vim broken in your rrst by a sick cbitd suffering with tlie poin of cutting teeth? Oo at oncu to a chem ist and get a bottle of Mus Winblow'sSootii iho Strop. It will reliovo the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

Sliecinl A«l»«TllReiiH'iHs, F. A. ORMISTON, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, OARP-STREBT, 13 KG A, 1^- MiAltliT OI'I'OSITK I»»8T IH'I'IOU.) BKOS to utinotineo that lio Inn otiKngfri »h M A N A(l ]?' It of liis ClIKMIoIM liUSlNIWS, MR. T. A. PETERSON, (Qualified Chemist), (Loto Mnn'itror of Loading Kntiil-li»hmoiita in Sydney and Goullmm ) HAVING ADDED EXTHNSIVELY TO HIS STOCK, ho Li In a i-niti'ii to SUPPLY THE WANTS OF CUSTOMERS. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ana FAMILY RECIPES dispensed with care and accuracy from Pure Drugs and Chemicals. Country Orders priiinpll.v attend)')] to. ftj* SPECIAL (JAKE GIVHX TO ORDERS BY TOST. J} E N T I 8 T K Y MR. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CAKP-STRHKT, IIKC.A, Opposite !--clii---l ol* Arts. CROWN AN1) BKIDOE WOllK A SPECIALITY. J-j E N T I S T R Y F. G. HEADY DENTIST. Permanent Address : — CAitl'-ST., BEGA. ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVI GATION COMPANY. A STEAMER WILL LKA.VK SY'DNKT ovory MONDAY and WEO ' . NESDAY, at noon EDEN over y WEDNESDAY at S a.m., aud SATURDAY, 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

ItugliicKs Directory jOHN COLLIN, ARTISTIC TAILOR, Cliurcli-Mtreet, ItcKii, adjoining tub bank hotel. Material and Workmanship OUAEANTKtD. PROMPT ATTENTION tu OKPKRS. t3' Call and Inspect Patterns. 'WHYMAN & BROOKS, COACH & BUi 10 Y BTJILDEUS, Ac., &e., Standard Coach Factory, AUCKLAND-STREET, BEGA. ALL DESCRIPTIONS of VEHICLES Made or Repaired on the Shortest Notice. 13' OUR PRICES are consistent with HONEST WORKMANSnil'. IJU1E GHAMMAR SCHOOL, BEGA. — HxatEB — REV. ALFRED J. ROLFE. Of Christ's Hospital and the University of London (Fiwt I)iv. Certificate), and ccr certificated by tho Univeraity uf Melbourne, ; Lato 8cnior Watant Master at Eton (-4). TfiRMS and all information may be ob tained on application. $9* Evening ClaM*es, Shorthand Clauses, and Private Tuition for tho Universities. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, Comer of Carp aud Auckland Streets, — BEGA.— MOST COMMODIOUS HOUSE in TOWN. CI jac to Central Sale Yards. BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, and BKKUS. l|^* I...

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PARISH OF KAMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

PARIAH or EAMF.RCKA Snnday, 7th— Kamerika 11(H.0J Wolumla, (St Luko'H,) 8 South Wolunil* 7 Bandar, 14th— Bcmhoka, 11. Uogilla, 2,80. Tan* tawang!o,7 Thursday, 18th— Wolumla (Mr Xlanlon'a), 11. Rnoday, Slat— Wolamla, St. Luke's, 11., Candclo, 7.30 Thursday, 25th— Niagara, )1. Sunday, 2Sth— Bcraboka, 11, MogUla, 2.80, Tanta wanglo 7 J,A, NEWTII, M.A., Roctor

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CHURCH SERVICES. MONTH OF OCTOBER. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. 1MONT1I OF OCTOBER. OHORCII OF ENGLAND * ST. lOIIH'K CKOBCIf BEOi. Evorjr Sunday, morula# nt 11, anil ovonlng at 7.90 Snnday, 14th— WftMntfaot, 8 Sunday, 2tst— Tatija, 3 8uuday, iSth— Bro^o. Mr Curtis', 3 Thursday, 8 p.m., Choti practice F.BEVAN.B.A.

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The Black Outlaws £1000 REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

The Black Outlaws £1000 KEWAUD. Tub pulioe wero woll up on the trucks of the Govurnors one (lay last week, aud t ho fugitives tail n nar row risk of onpture. Indewl, if the polioo had arrived nt the place half an hour earlier, nr perhaps less, the ! murderers mtgni ? ro uow nave been in safe custody. Tho party wota on the way to oo oupy a house which hail been aban doned on the Bowman Creek ranges, and when, at half-past G o'clonk, they wero within 200 yards of tho place the Hash of a rifle was ob served just iu front of tho dwelling. Darkness had set in, but thn polio firod a oouplo of shots, and ruslind forward, only to find that tho Gov ernors had onoe mote made good their escape. Thb houpo had bo9n broken into, but Iho approach of the police had caused them to ninko off bofnro loot is ing the placo. It is supposod that j ono of tho brolli (ire remained on I guard while the other outorud tho B! House, and on hearing peoplo ap jf. proaohing tired his rifiH to give the j: norossary...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

| Write to - WMitja, j! GEORGE STREET, | \ Sydney, I V — KOR — K v Catalogues and Prices 'f v of their K {Pianos | V —and— K S Organs! ) Nicholson & Co. can W f do MORE for you W ) than any other firm J / in Australia, whether |i / for Cash or on Time i - Payment. ft { $ ® ® | V If 'rile io [\ f Nicholson a Co. r j COUGHS. COLDS on tha CHEST. BROSCHITIB, ASTHMA, aod CONSUMPTION. TIIK FAMOUS RRHfiDT. UKAUNKS OltONCHITIS CURE Uu th« LanfMt S*l» of Any Cbwt la Australia. A LADY uTYoNDOM. A MARTYIt TO COLDS aul BRONCHIAL ASTHMA, CUItKD br OXR ROTTI.K of lir.AR.Nkr3 tmONCHITIS CUKE. tjik doctor 50 kntkhestku that bk CAHKIKD OFF TilK EMtTY UOTTUL Or*a|*. N.8.W Mr. W. G. Hrarut.— Dear Mir.— I encI«M ftw jnnr own pdr*U p*ru**l |-orti-in of a letter received fmmmj iootl»r, Ma — , of Ijotiiimi, Kn^IiUhl. from which y»o will (le&a tb*l year iiinlicino 1ia- biwn a |»rfr«« kuImdO w a uartjr to o»!-l* Mill tmmcliial asthma. 1 do nut with ao/ u*me« to Iw iuriHi'tic-l, hut you ara a...

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A FINE HOTEL. THE CENTRAL, BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

A FINE HOTEL. T IT E CENTRA. L, BEGA. Dumso tho week wo have had the pleasure of being shown over tho Cootral Hotel, tho additions to which have just bee 3 completed. Tlmt the building is a credit to the town jjoea without saying, aod it is not perhaps eaying too much to state that no finer hostelry can bo found oulsidc the city. The Central is a two story brick build ing with a big frontage to Gi|-|-B-atr°et, and standing on the balcony ouo can command a full view of tha town aud surrounding count ry. Thereare oluao on forty rooms, including 20 spacious bed rooms, two dining roomn, two parlors upstairs, aod threo below and two bath rooms upstairs with hot and cold water laid on. Tho billiard-room is also upstairs. ? Thero aro also two eamplo rooms, vegetable room, pantry, meat rootn, s:ullcry, and sloro room. Every convenience is afforded through out the wholo premises. Tbo parlors and dining-room upstairs are separated by foldiDg walla. whicb car. be -moved at a minute's notice, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

FOR THE SEASON 1900.' a. j7di^er¥«0,. U A V B N 0 W. OPENED TUEIE FIRST SHIPMENT OF CHOICE GOODS FOR THIS SEASON-, SPECIALLY SELECTED BY MTl; DI8HER,' ' '' — AND — . BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH! SPOT CASH! CAT.T. and IKTSPBOT BEFORE utnklu); Your Purchases jELSE^Vl/Bfci^/* CASH PRICES! - n/ And the ONE PRICE to Everyone - AT THE — ' ass f im mm. store, , . . . . BEGA ^ ^ MUSIC h — R posTeo oy u B From 1S53 8 return fl | Till Now I fl I Paling's i Pianos & j Organs 1 | 'Have I (stood | the | — Test.' j I-vsea Hcnce their d SEND * P°PU,arity- \ OilGOTO'C-B«aHBfi fl FdLiNQ'5 $ fOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL | | Violins Cornels fi « Banjos Guitars B S Mandolins Flutes B B Auloharps I'olyphons Q h Concertinas Accortleons * M &c., &c. $ 9 CATALOGUES FREE. J jfl LOWEST PRICES. C f fPAUNQW S jj| . 3S30EPRCE ST., SYDNEY. 'j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

Tost, nt ttio*6irt-fc'KLLOws' iui.l, -J ' a GOLD BAB'BIIOOOH, with In tcriplian. Findor pleaso return to 'STAR' OFFICE. r A N T K D \ WANTKT). by a Competent Dairyman gvitli n family of S milkers, A I.AKUK BAIItY TO WORK, oithor on uliurcs or Vagcs. for partletilarH apply at . «, ^ '5 STAR'' OFFICE. ^T' ' 0 T*- I C 'k k STIIAYKDf dn to our premise* TWO STOUK Pl(i3 Owner can have them by friyin^ co.nt of thin advcrtiscmoni nnd umaunt qf (iutrni-r^i Uons. i ' ' ' A. SIIKAD nnd CO. ^ B T Uj THANKS MR.- anfl nmSTJAXIES R1X0N nml FAMiTA \vi«h to return their H'ncorothnnkH ip thr»Mo who aflsisted them m tliolr Into Hid borcnvcinctit ; nlto to thoso wliu .sent lctt«ra, felograiort unj floral « tributes % ? : ? ? ? ?OANK OF NEW SOUTH WALKS A ItK A NCI I of thi« Bank will.be OPENED flt KDKN. in thltf.^bhmy, on Hfittirduy, IStb ^LUtniHt, in.it , for thu conduct of a i iiaunl Oatil lti«r businc«P.~ ? V J. RUSSELL RKNCH, x General Manngcr. ^pOH :eALB-AT GAZETTE DliPOT v Leipurc liour.' b&am...

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LETTERS to the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

LETTERS to_the EDITOR Stii, — Kindly afford mo room in the columns of your excellent journal for a few remarks aeent the attempt to be little the candidature of Mr. Chapman for the Keiler.il Parliament. Not that those who are opposed to him are worthy of notice, Dut that the argu ments they adviiuco arj 'sick'ning.'.' Foremost amongst these couios the as sertion 'We want a bettor man !' , Where thoy are going to get their better man they do not seem to bave any idea. During tho week 1 heard one man, who knows about as much of politics as he docs of perpetual motion, assert that we plmwld try and get a man like JJruce .Smith. Now, Bruce Smith's Parliamentary career, while rovealing the fact that he was a rank conservative and a strong ally of the capitalist, cannot be classed a*-ova Chapman's in any sense whatever. Chupman's Dine-) earn' record Htampa him as one of the most honorable and ablo meml'Crs of the IIouso, and hit labors in tbe iuti-iists of the aeli-cior and miner enfitle ...

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TLEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNEY. Tuosdsv. Wahwick Farm Rarea resulted as follows : — Flying Handicap: Aold L«ng Syne 1, Cast Iron 2, Jenny Moero 3 Two Yenr Old Slakes : Azurn -1, Perplpx 2, Sim low Calchor 3. Jumpers' Flat Rncc : Overwood 1, Sailor 2, Ditto 3. Demonstration Handicap : Jean 1. Chief 3. Blue Met«l 3. Labor Handicap : Idle Boy 1, Welcome 2, Lahogne 3. TUo weather yesterday wua beauti ful. Tho Eight Hour procession incladcd very few now features. There up pearcd to be a alight, falling off of trophies, but the strength of the membership of the raiious ussociationB showed a great impiorement on laBt year. Speaking ut tho official banquet, Sir William I.yne thanked tho Labor Party for lh«ir invaluable assiataocoin pacing Di-mocrxtic Legislation. He pointed with jiriilo to t--e benefits of tho Early Clocing Gill, and said the GoviTninent would relent any inter lerenca whatover with its main pruiviincif, unti wouia enueavur oy an ponniblo means to pass tbo Arbitration Bill. Spoakin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

Pope^s Hole* Bridge is being ro plaoked. 240 UARE3 were eeourod at a dri?o at Nimitybello last week. Queensland Woatbor Buioau fore casts Boo weather gouerally ft r N.S.W. Tilda Tennis players inflicted a crush iog defeat oo liega oo Saturday, oq tho lattor 8 court. Don't forget tho Doga Miuatrela enter tainment in the School of Arts this ovooiug. Fine fao iu store, Mr. Conroy, barristor-at-law, is mon tioued as a candidate for this constitu ency in the Federal Parliament. A. H. Baumbeko, from Sydney, visits t*eUega Distriot regularly overy three mootbs with a greod selection of newest jewolry.* Mr. T. Sinclair, who managed Foloy Bros.' Baroona Factory for some time, is now managing a co-operative factory at Forbes. . At the banquet to Mr. O'Sullivan at WollongooRlast woekover 200poople were present, and the supply of edibles was ex hausted. Amongst the list pf now Justices of the Peaco is Mr. E. P. Aehdown, manager of the Commercial Rank, Orange, and for- merly of Bapa, Mu. Jacob B...

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FEDERATION. BRILLIANT ADDRESS BY MR. McMILLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 3 October 1900

FEDERA ? ION. BRILLIANT ADDRESS BY MR. McMILLAN; On Monday night Mr. Wm. McMillan, Px*Colonial Troasuror, addressed a large gaiberiug in the School of Arts, Bega, ou tho abovn subjeot. Many ladies woro preHout. The Mayor (Aid. Bland) occu pied tho ch-iir, and introduced Mr. McM:tlr*n to the atidietico, stating that a* a member of the Convention tb*t framod tbe Coinrnonwoulth Bill, he would bo able to throw much light upou tbe subject of federation, Mr. McMillan, who was very warmly roceirod, Fuid t hut although he was not a candidate for their suffrages in oilher tbe ?Stnto or Foderal Parliaments, be was always very pleaded to meet a body ot follow citizona in any part of tbo colonv and t'eudor thorn itn exposition of hiit viows on all pnlitioal queitiooff' with an much cloainoss, force, and upplioatimi aa ho hod at bis command, lie propoHod.to uddross them on federation, but woutd not entor into any party questions. The burmug quostiun waa tbo matter of tbo constitution of the Ft'd...

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