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An advertisement for an anti-poaching device invented and produced by John Morris, a Welshpool gun-maker. Intended for the safeguarding of 'stockyards, fish pools, gardens, game preserves etc' , it consisted of an elaborate series of tripwires which would set off bright flares to illuminate the intruder.

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