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OUR ILLUSTRATION. REMENYI, THE VIOLINIST. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

OUR ILLUSTRATION. REMENYI, .THE VIOLINIST.' SThie following biographical sketch, which: appeared in tlie'LonidonEx'amiieo' Of' Julyi 28; 1i877,vill 'in dodibbe'rea'd withi inter'est :. "-'- The gritat violirdiiirttioso' is' '?b~t 40 years of ag ~ andjias birne"a' 'Misk.le, in1 Hiingary:" 'His 'materid 'the' ioli iiat the , 'Viennar''Conservatoire w-' lbre he' studied music,'was Joseph Bohmin tli same"wlio iii strietedu aniothir' Hnginriani÷ibiiff BJoseph Joachim. His irtistic career, awhiich began very early, was interrupted'by, the Htuirian rising in'1848, in'which 'Remenyi'ttihn quite a boy, took an' active.part.i "fter'the defeat of sthe insurgents he had to" fly fi~rbi his country; iid resolved to'go'to England. But on his way to ~tiat couitifRt ' h'iade the 'ac quaintance of' his celebrated "countryman, Franz- Liszt,; wvho at:: once rhb cogiised his genius, ? id became hli frieiid, and artist ad. vier. In 1854"the young artist went to London and': wiiappoinited'solo ;iolinist t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Aggravating. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

Ir.:···l ag'g, ...Agg'rFavating.1. ,, ',;ii?:.,, I The following : ainouncement appeare8 during the week in'a-leading morning con-' temporary:- ";-', " y.;7 , F:, . .!, "3Ir. Thm s ol feoo irBTth. emint sculp tor, .hasjiisojt am tTet~e?mthe lins'ft of five English Prime Ministers : or the, N.itional A!rt'. aller', Sydney." This is intolerable. ,After the New South Wales contingeint stealigi a march on us, and the New South -Walr~ -G6oeerimeit blocking.the way to colonial federation, the New South Wales National Gallery is to get the busts of five English Prime Ministers all at once. Let a deputation immediately wait on Mr. Service, to impress on him the expe diency of forthwith engaging "the eminent sculptor, r.. Thomas Wooln r, A A.tQrul ever great men Mr. Stuart and Mr. Dalley. may think themselves, we may have amongst us at least one gentleman capable of cutting them out.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Prince of Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

S1 T. rl,>bf Wales. A, a'ris cabAe special to the Sun sayi : A prominent dynamiter, who is still in P .ris, in answer to a question that a manifesto as suring safety to the Prince of Wiile~ iad been issued by the dynamiters, said': '-Yes, thi. real reason for issuing"that qinanifesto has?hitherto been a secret, butI -don'n be. lieve-it'can.do 'nylharm to reveal it now. Here is the whole story i:.When the Prince's visit to Ireland was first mooted, it caused an immense sensation among the republican agitators.-.The-extremists everywhere.were. wild and the hot-blooded fanatics in our party were amazed at the audacity of the Prince in proposing to walk into the strong 'ords'f fhis Knati?al 'enmiei' "Alfew - of 'the' mostreckless agitators afterward formed an inner circle to arrange for the removal of the Prince while in Dublin..: Secret applications were made for funds to carry out the enter prise, iandtwo wealthy Invincibles made liber al;responses. One official in Dublin Castlewho...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Faceliae [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

You can almost tell that a young man has been ground through a school of elocution whe-.you4 ear himip a d rite, " ck tin tlieke rrrdle o the dap We don't know what it means, but that is what he says. "Let go my ear," yelled a passenger on a railway train the other day. "I beg your pardon," said the other man, " I thought I had hold of the strap~.r A little girl of our acquaintance, seein, Pml$?f r tlib first i eL u k d hýB n mama;O1 marina, wil't a a beautiful bustle that bird has" ..... " What is the first thing to be done in the case of fire ?" askcd},lief:a.cher. "Sue the insurance cempany," promptly answered the boy at the foot of the 61is, whose father had had his house burned out twice. the hla-oar:e `" , with peasure, madame," responded. Jorap; "where's the saw 1" An opera called "-The-Bat" is drawing 'crowded houses in Philadelphia. A young man in the office, who belongs to a cricket club, sayS it is not? very rnmarkabllepthat B " The Ba?t?" uld lave imade a hit. Awell.knaw...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sentinel. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1885 [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

SATUBDAY, JUNE 20, 1885 ITsERE is some :pleasure in attending a` committee meeting of. the i Sports Club Th'e membeirs iean ,buiiess. 'Tiere 'is ioni? of the tortoise eleumet which is. so muich in vogue in=:another place, which shall be nanielessewherel iimediately- a progressive ovement is su?ested thliere is I the usual. reply-' T.I don't see how-. -better adjourn-don't do to'be:in, ahb hurry-the minutes are not'' exactly eorreectyou~ are only promised, ah, L'500, or We would, an if we,could,'; ':There .'be,a?i .if. they; might,''- Well, well,: we know,'-' In fact; ahi- it cain t?nt be done, so the meeting should a'd jour - ',so n. We'must be cruel to :be kind. On the 'other hand, .the ,Sports ',Club 'never ýonsiders'O~b stables buitin the light of tifles light as air,~ iand go for buisiness straight. ..A the ordhicary ,monthly meetingon Thurs day (President ,Arkins in :the chair)'-the subject of the, bowling "'geeik iandi matters"ih cmonniction therewih weire .discussed., It. a e...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Colonial Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

You s"Ce tha cafsi ( ozii (( r1 oft'iir - , +y rai'i"crieii .. .w.4fj SH'i b'ntflwir Th- rcil o P ittfi " A1 ' And'ilblj's i% wt iiCfilkly tlartlulIvi*R ` His tanrled lo('ks tlook "ip ,i okn g t' , ' l " J,' Yet,'wliat!:LthlnIuscl to elrt'itbf i i: a(V .'.ý.l In olierg titneeu we knew. the fCrciuWr(94l1,R4,,,{ (Those alvippy 'oldcn d'ays hiVAIU .&l11wert ný Talea of his Pfls'ipid1es wouild tfoidiie tell r Hii pr'iu's by giy :b det nysupl we. 1 , A-dnwn a M'irt 1ll lIe dioveihlii gfour-in hsr r . TlIit}ýi^`i~te'itrtett calby shun ~erwmr on the' ·rrhef-we: odot~fiigum otla fast~rlivcl setlt ·r; i'asl i '' 'air-weatlier comrades vfltec? hlnJ;alwflwciiyk rhe.·; f Ve1oi tha t theyrdl revurlmdtni>0W! c O I yronPned Vin;herformidrnrpet, ad DWN 'TH N; friendls 'all Avbanishsd like t X:`mriieaidir ý(lo tlit "Ydt iS friefldahiip ýiný Rliel ind& i Alid cabjtx, vlin eas sensitid an%11' £01 fl." 1 Asked foil hAilxfv ic I lift ud a 13tbhorefhli9 trlnhierwith'a siuiHiii:fnie:1" ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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SPORTING QUEENSCLIFF v DRYSDALE. (2nd Twenties) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

SPORTING QUEENSCLIFF ' DIRYBDALE.?l.' :.l .--": =:* ~'" ':(2nd Twcnties)' ,,BY A SPEOTH&ATOE' ~ SThe;Drysdale. round was the scene of an encounter 'etween thOe ieprescn a oiv f the ibove clubh.. -The Clilites were coniveyd to dhe scene of .periatiopnsg, a bu1n providd by 'obb A and Col'whiclh was :drivon by Elijah Wills. '.v?who hal een-ihtlvyc; lolii'thio prince of drivers." and althliuli.he ioafsfid re in a hail conditi iii Drvsdile was-reaihet-in ffiir time. There wa a large attendance, includ aing. l.nnmbcer.iof ltielfaiir-: who eviiieed greatintere-t in-the -gme. Ned Gane, ;:'h? c(aptainild<thi Cliff! boys, wo'i- the toss from ,Davc Feiruson, and,. of course, decided to take ?aianlplge of thewiind. which was bl6w? iug in an e is;erlv, dir;ction.: ,GGeordie Collifis 'kicked off o.n . v'daijs behalf. and the biill wsw. well retirp?gd'by thh;Cliff and forced oit of bounds., bn accouitif the slippery niature of ti g Rouiind thliepiyeras were. constantly t?u inig ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Tit-Bits Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

9.i -iw t 'i)of ,iuir 'r,adi y i ac('i Mi'l ffir , i Tit-Bits Philosophy. , ix maynotbeIthi?'ibelifo.?oimpany in a 'bus ;blibtift'ufi, e're~are mor! thanacorpany `' ?iougi. ?Phen the fifteenth passenger comes imiat the'door,,it is time to get,,outo bthe .,Better, lat6 e, t.b .taU t ayng in th ' ".-ake careof your pence, and'any.fblican will take.caeeo'thiepounds for, you jýOne s allowonly makes--a-fellow-thirsty. ..,There is nothingi/like leather;,.iexc ptlia man's tongue after he's .been-to a convivial meetin g {'Preveion noft ist better tha c?e; therefor niever put off takig'a idrdiiik till t morrow,:g lienryoif CItake one.ton a . - heap"read ide'sida u Sfrom MM a`liodd ,,, Co!: make fine .birds., And birds of tia, feaither geneiaillyflock togethei. 2LAll:tbat glitt'is abouit' the dride's isr6oi-i' not gold. More often his- breast pin is alu minium, and his forehcad-brass. The.burnt tailor: declines:to give tick?riQ .A nip in: tinie mealis eight or=ninri. ihOne! of, our reporters ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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A New Revision. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

I.affa3 ao ýý ,d ANS"TRW 3$toriaVI Queen Victoria thinks of hayingg,teible tevised P 1 EbTf% El i appegpione of the pl@? i g' "'"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Don't Do It. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

i- yi,"i0 .itkl~~tit, I I . .'// SNever call ',g'ajliarl'jTell~lim he is fnlly capable of becoming a reporter for a certain daily pap. .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Flattering. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

11{ i t,(' 1 Lf. L 1, fJ.: J .l I J.c 1 , l atter-ing.- - SBqundpyl~sb entinarried?[ts o:ýweeks a·nl Shas lefiths ifp. Bund~i is.alittleiman; aund pounids,' aniwas t li ct o the late Simon 8tu'bbsYi AbiidtW J t?i` ti'da'? a fterri ij?i~ riabc,? Buhdyr,iwas qurpfisedit:oniawakeningrint the morning, to findhis betterrhalf sittinglupJinl bed crying as if hyeli ar hrt ould break: A tonishe'l?he asl he ask'c t'he cause of lier sorrow, biit, rfeceilvliiio reply, e, eganio surmise that th'eremuistib 'lorIe-secrIti ei htifiiiid' that. sh h wthheld .frommhiithat;waserthd cause'1of her anguish, so he. remarked to 1 f ". . g ? - l , A l i tl . " A: H . P _; - - ! - Mrs. t that;, as they were married see shoiuld tellhiihteth ifse 'if rhe gr'i? ," , possille,:ie ooildila:vetrtit aN:d, I~iftdii coii ,iderable coaxingi he plicited-tlienfollbwing from her :- '.f ~ a , aJst nig~hn I.ijreame1 I was single and ,astI wall edthrouh a well.ghted reý-r 'cieto:a storer !he'h a sikh in f?6 ilv^ - tised.husb...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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The Fireman's Song. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

ireman'sFSonýý ·· : + ý_ In th" d a - ,. rdýi2 ,Mid the smoke andicanhon's-roar ' 'Nhe'i the'rifle bulllet 'ri tle<.. : .:: 1 And m outi their lifeblood pour ; i. iFo r'theirown:dear country's glory~ r o ..aiAnd:the rights their fathei? ?'on , r WVith triumphs fierce and gor: , ' ?A; ' c} : ." f { ! " P . cV Iý , o , s' ? ' ?'? , o e fr',mra n " hrav _ r? ? 5 .",_, ýi- I:ut· oli U1$ r @$1-'S . " .i d i ; s the1VIy; Firemenovin; c a1 qc, hýli P Whe?t'hey rush without a war ui 'Mid ters' d To executelth i?dy, .t00-i To save dear humanlives, To rescue youth and beauty?. j a--n-~ t ,;.To succor babesiasitiffs heI -·iveslj m * rA _______________ 1r - f- t -~i OII.? ?.,'.. '?'.,?!,:r??

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Just So. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

; :"i'oo?a esidderata.--oo be alive and ·a. 0 :. r |"7'. l" W as`Eixiibitions.'" debat'ei some of our undicipal Conicils Keiethtif 'Dst'·i `-in. gict t "F l to Detefiortion i "Fro" gilded'Iyouth brazen 9,nes."'nrrm!t r?. , -., " ... . AlJbke's Er iidW.-¶l. diim uithor to editor editor priteir printer to publisher pub isher to public. ? .. Squaring the Circle.' "S utn nll round. ?Plg 'andd og are swinonymous terms. . A Minute Description. Sixty seconds.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Boarding House Hashes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

.Boarding House Hashes. I come from where you need not know, Or what myimass composes. Y1Iy smell is sweet, 'tis really so, Delicious to men's noses. For thirty days I've laid aside;' Been added to and thickened ; And everyone I have defied To count the victims sickened, I know I have not lived in vain ; As men pass out they shiver, Quite bilious-eyed because I've lain So heavy on their liver.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

i.Oure:A dvieoi dcd '4 .:" Myy son, f. reyou,weary?e ofithis life,; just ,let you listless,,opcs :linge;.oneathe, fqw, ' words of tri plepiited avice which I pre;. sent for your co?'ideratibn.:?'' Wheiim'y~i read' of young'mein' who cai'ii'ou'to Auistra ilia and went back:rolling. iA riconhfusionitof bankInotes after an anasenideof"two or three years;' alays give the'ý tory thi beiefit ofa' doubt 'until" :you : biecomeif peisonally ai~ii quainted!with th'e factst *Doin't tiink? be cause ?you are: not laying up' tien ipouid month out of a fifteen pound salary, that you: can:go;out-t esdme,:other chiintry'and ;do better on the same, pay., tuYou,,inay-find it slow ;work becoming rioh; here at:ihome, but nine;chances out tof :ten: .yoursnail-like pace wo.uld.notrbe improved should: youigo elsewhere.! 1T1he:?editor; of this paper-is:!a good man, yet he will never become -abank president-;-he -is- considered-a-very-smart. man, and yet he never will become rich, although to the' "wil'nort`...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Sensational Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

w re,·-Senes'atiozial iTelegram.:, 1 it I , Inthie ropean te egra columno the morning paers" oa"t 26th u, tlere ap peaked an item of a 'newat Sonce.so ominous and poirentdi oustili't ad au ti a 'tremordto pervade the whole'of bustrahia. lever-'since the Crinmean waro ;avet cliesbee so proroufndlV, agtatged. ''.Meibourne even~the busy Atrdet.was nseed: ' wentaou th~fri lusleS' .li rfiae, apprehensive faces' "'excitec rcrows besieged t'e newspaper new ._~~iven the aiseemedregant with, the fatal .itelligen , ind liu, heavyiand daik, over the city, as-though it were the iflentiteraIldof:tilecoming stdrin. n?iwhat was lthe .ciuseei f this widspreid-pe tdrbaA ;tion?: Had anyiybf'tieban ksetoPdedpay_ .ment? Was it true thatitheskto.awaWayw l arivedtheb 6ther, 'dayin aYanikeeiTlipder had turned out to'bk O1Dbno inji' osasj ido tio founlid'fa nsociety- fortitie'f rither!' eev·r ii6n i6£ public buildings? Hadithe '.Iahdi,.em.i 91ideniedby thberdepartiirelofi the Austrahlian .contingent from t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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A Work of Art. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

,,We lately. visitedlthegalterypf a agentle man who' is forming a?,ar Llleton. "There," lie'Shitt.cglihg hfont'gf a glaring mass ofI coltor usuioifnididdiby a rieavy-'Ijt' framie.;ji' there?'a beauty:;. What :dov you think ofithat?,. I picked thatjlp,, he added mysteriousl, ,foro atenner, ' DIdiou; d *ed,"tsail we, as we took in the daub at a glande:' " Yoi'got albar?oi' Whois itbyit','n r.;" ýiý "s - s in can "By,-why it'st genooine-.agen.oine---'; S " Retbens,"w suggested, r. . S"Rubms be'blowed," said he contcemptu onsly. '"No;lit lieGgiis wvith a'O-6oh, I'know it's a gehooine:holyograph;"i, i : - w" ;

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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There is Room in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

StThireis Roim in the Worl Men build up their worlds like poor, blin d moles, With just room enough for their own narrow souls. 'Tip lai:,to. their mim st t black not. "wit?, only one line't wixt therg Firmly believing their creeds tobe true, They wonder that others don't think as they do. n.the.agesagone.they-tortured eaohrother; And forced down their creeds in the throat of Tiiy for?idi- mi echanicsn?o twoclocks will Throughout all hours?prebiase.alike ; That our species, lie,'olocksare of different kinds, I . I And mankind are fashioned' with various minds. "' .l. . 'TiS +a great truth to learn-a prize, if y ' There's room in the ~iorld Ior all that isint This ,lifelis aplay, twhere;each humble heart To,.make, the denouement mustact out its If all men,lJike sheep; should follow,.one way, Then lifg~wouldiindeed be but very poor 'Tis- the law of our being, most pointedly I yshoyn,, A ,,I '"I ?I;I ;+ 1 ?"'1 r .r ` That each man must..act. out a life of his" own. . rIT-'i . 'Iz I': T...

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QUEENSCLIFF v. DRYSDALE. (Seniors.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

QUEENSCLIFP v. DRYBDALE. (Seniors.)' This match takes place this afternoon on the Recreation Reserve. On the last occasion these teams met the game terminated in a draw. so the prenent match` should. prove a highly interestl4 one. The following players; who willIrepresent the Cliff, are requested to assemble on.the ground not later than 2..80 p.m.: -Arkins, Currow. Fanning. Farrell, Gane. Jackson, .Tmieson." Long, McDonald, Morrison, Owens, Ryan. Shechan, Shelbrick, Stephen. Stephens. Todd (vice.capt), Wellard, Wells, Williams: (captain); :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 20 June 1885

zin l uxjjol.oyul.V.. .V Depth'n for Moderat Price at· the Ofir e o &om AAAny-description of General' Prin ing exe'Ot!t Ed i'rst class leidyithi (iOU ;[ntlie Aayergistng Department every effort Imaeto satisf c.tmr-pca vidceet thsNwsae.-br^'~j2JIO1~: ·T- Y. bai ,' e rate, e,'g ·he C C is * made ous pckia. ~cemi for LargAeremen :j Oartment every a. m arp, "Adiertisemah sin DelbrtIsm etý itofcuso rsrrpecalI'uceonO fo

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