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Pedestrianism. WORLD'S MILE CHAMPIONSHIP, [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914

Podestrianism. WORLD'S MILE CHAMPIONSHIP, Uudomann, tbo uell-koown Victorian rnnnor, is at present in 8oQth Afrioa, wburo bu will iry oonolneiooa witU W. E. Wilson (Amorioa) for tbe milo obampion fibip of ibe world. Tbo matob is dated (or 6&turday next (28th in*t), and will take place at Duibau, Writing to ft Stawoll friund, tledomann Buys he is in splendid Uealt d, and haa jjo foirs ao to the reaoll, on which depends a bido stako of £200.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914

noio/c Our first day provided record figures, exceeding any previous effort. Public appreciation moss marked. £5000 worth of Stock slipping away. All standard goods, no rubbisb. 10 OMI Commences "Saturday, Feb 7th IS Big Welcome Event to All GREAT PRICE CUTTING FOR H DAYS. D.W. Madras Muslin, tasselled, only 9d 5-t inch Art Serge, Green and Ma* one, to go at 2* 4did 6 ft Linoleums, usual price 4e lid. now &> 9J " "S~B Tgg.TFB ggS— "W.D. Summer Tweeds at 1b 9d, Is 6d aud Is, all cut to 6:i Ladies White Embroid Voile Robes 15?, to clear at 35s Gd gpfrHT.lT'ft'^jytP'g — Long Black Kid, sizes 6, 6^, 7, cut from 5s lid to -lj Gd Long White and Beaver Gloves to go at 6d and Hid OUR Bid STOCK OP LADIBS & GIRLS DRESSES & MILLINERY AH at Keenly Cut Prices. Corsets at Is. Black Aprons at Is, Is 4id, Is lid and 2* 3d. Mens' Felt Ha's 10J Gd, now 2s Gd Mens'Tweed Pui'B a 21s Mens' Undress Shirts, linen, 4s Gd, uow is COME EAKLY FOR THESE COME AND SAVE MOMEY, AND C...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914

Pigeon Shooting, I Bporwmun generally will bo mtotQBted in tbo following cKtraci from a letter to the I Editor of ihe " A«c\," the latter beioq con fcribatsd ander tbo liea-iin^, u Is Pigeon Shooting Utucl V*Ae o raoane of bringing tfolo ohoa of shooting aomowhero nearer ecjaal foe bird and Ran, £ uoald aoggeat t hat nil trnpn bo placed the bliod uidci of a sod wall or tome oaoh effeoUvo aoroon, oay aboal 1 leot in hoifjbr, By tbio method tbo pigeon woahl at loset bavo n fair chance o( netting woll on Iho wing botoro being aimed ot by tbo ohootor, v?ho ohbald bo Qotnpollod *o Rtand with rqq in hand jast ae in lt°ld uhooting. Perhaps, to ensure tbo rise of tbo bird nbovo Ibo height intervening, spring tr-»pa mifiht bo foood advisable. There io Qiao maoh to be Gtid in f&vor of the tfooti old lima oobool of shootora who contended tUu tbij artifioial paBtimo tihouhl bo oarried out with ono barrel, n uin^lo nhot boing q fair obanco for both bird »md man, Aa a faotor in thu improv...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEW TELEPHONE RATES [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914

v£W TBLEPtt OSS RAT BS I The following or* vbo^Bew rateo for lale pbone ronvorBstionB which are now in force from the Stawell Posl Oftico Place lsV 3 oiias, Adtnl 8mio Ararat 31 Ballarat Is u Hoaufnrt 8J Sd Brim Is id li llaantfor Gd 5d CaiDpbcll'a Bridge 2d *d O'vtbr.a't €d Sd Ditabcola la 9d Poor;;) 19 Od YUresU We&lern 2d 2d Clonr-roby 2d 2d flor^i am 5d Cd flool Jool I'd fcf Jung U 9d •VLondeborongb 4d 8d Labcck 8d Cd Meibonrno Is 10ii la 4d Alio yip 6d Gd Moystoa <Jd od M ur^oft fid fN-ivarre Gd 5d Piinpicio 10 Itup*D\ np 6d Warrnchnabaal im Willaur* H Wal \\M S'H tLttnri&borootih, Jo \ Joe! Kora^ Cltiooroby and Great Western, cJoas oa *v ptu. Opening fee, L;a tfd [Revised on 3ud July 19JI?.) A. BUUROW^i I'oejmatrfcT. ^ r ■ A Printed tad psblltliK foi me pi» jriitom kr7]fntv»o« BjmiMi, gg ottleo of th» "SUwctl Bkk> u* , Btomrf eagjl Kuobfe* **""«» .... v^t

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL v. GLENORCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914

B'l'AWELIj V. GJjBNOROHI. hlawoll oamlv defe.tad GIoDorohy st tile Like Reserve yost-ivay nftjrDOon, by 130 for G wiokets to the latier'o 35 ran", Oak ley oaptoriHtf 9 wiokotB, Bootea nctl aa obtainable.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FARMER'S TERRIBLE END. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 February 1914

FARMER'S TERRIBLE END. A dreadful accident occurred at Kinimakatka, near Nhill, on Friday, when an old and respected farmer named Franz Muller met his death in a tragic manner. He was driving   home from Nhill when the horses bolted in the buggy, and he was thrown on to the turntable and. dragged for two miles with his head on the ground. The bolting horses were stopped by a neighbour , Mr Theo Deckert, and Muller was released,. He died some minutes later. His neck, leg and arm were broken. On his scalp there were terrible wounds, and the flesh was torn from his bones. A magisterail in   quiry was held, and a verdict of accidental death was returned. The   remains were interred in the Winiam   cemetery, and the funeral was largely   attended. Deceased was 72 years of   age and was one of the pioneers of   the Wimmera  

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

° FRIENDLY SOC'EHES M.U.I.OO p. Tho fortnightly meeting of tbQ M&nohet* tor Uoity Independent Ordor of (Jddfellowa waa hold at the lodge room, MeobanioB' Iapt.it.ate, on Thareday evening iai\ N.O. 13ro N. IPraaor presiding over a fair attend* anoo ot members. Oorroapondenoo of a formal oataro was dofilt with. V.P.G.M. Trond wac * • loir-t^d to alt^nd ibe Friendly Hoolotio* !•'moral oomuiitte on BatcrJuy, Maroh 7, M Allieou'j Star Hol-l. G, F. M'('Ioanan find A. I?. Bcnbtak worn oleotcd mcmborfl of tho lodgo and on9 proposition wns received for momb^rship. On pennral bnnineBO beinga»liod, a locg dipQURFion cnQUod with reFpeut to bringing forward a oyllabun for tho forthcoming six month?, and thn arorotary wdb inntraoted to peoaro oampfca 'o ha aabmittad next lodRo niqht, Miroh 12. Tho receiotn for the evening omoantsd to nboat £00 and tho oxppndifcoro £80, Aftor ludRf! baainona a oat'd loamoy wan hold, which wnfl muoh onpyod

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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A SHEEP STEALING CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

A SHEEP STEALING CHANGE. The Donald court was crowded on 1 , TlmrBday, when the first sitting of : the General Sessions was opened. Considerable interest was evinced in tbe prosecution listed against Leslie .lotui Bevan and Thomas Oliver, two well known residents of Bircbip, who were charged on the informa tion of Senior-Constable Toomey. with stealing three sheep, the prop-1 erty of Thomas II Grace, butcher of Birchip. Judge Winneeke presided. Mr Ian M'Farlan appeared as Crown Prosecutor, and Mr G Maxwell de fended Be.van. The Crown added a further charge of receiving. Both accused pleaded not guiity. Af.er evidence had b^en tendered, and addresses delivered by counsel, His Honor summed up in favor of the accused. The jury returned a ver dict of Dot guilty on nay couut in favor of both accused.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contempoaries. RETIRING. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

NEWS OF OUR NEICHBOHS. Crisp Clips Irom our Coutampo. - ariea. RETIRING. At the last meeting of the com mittee of the St ArnauJ Agricultural Hooioty (says the. " Mercnry") mem bers were surprised to hear that Mr John Petrie, senr, who has given faithful service in connection with the progress of the society for about a quarter of a c<mtury, had decided to drop out of the ranks of the execu tive. Mr Petrie Rave as his reason for relinquishingoffioi' that his health had been indifferent {or 60me liitle time and he did not feel that he could do justice to th° position under the circumstances. While very loth to accept the resignation, his collea gues had no other course open. Mr W. Fitbnll snggested that it would he a fitting tribute of respect to the retiring member to appoint Mr J. Petrie, junr., on thi commutes and he would thus be abb to continue the good work which his falier had ' dono for so long in the interests of ; tire society. All present heartily ap- j proved of...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Julio Snooting. A rant oh will ba abet afclho rflo but'fl this afternoon over the 100 and '200 yards r&ntfp, bstwnon tcrvmn from tho Hfeawoll Ladiea ltiflo Clab and K*yV fouudry. Tho ladioa team will bo oMobpo from tno follow "tafl Moodamon W. »V Ewl*, I'rootor, FrorjUod, fjQxton, Hinrie, Woadp, Oroitaare, H. Gray, Q, Gray, Bigmoca and Noilaoo.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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BOXING IN HORSHAM. BURKE AND HALLAM FIGHT A DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

liOXING IN IIOKHIIAM. IiUHK 15 AND HALI,AM FIGUT A DHAW. A niUwf-to'oiy orowd watt utlraoSod to bo opon-Ajr iiite in J_>tirlot~.-treob, tlorflhum, ou Wtdnopday evening, whon Raymond fiutko, well known in Htiwoll as a boxot\ uhr matoli'd Dftainet ]Jiok Hell<m in a oontokt for tho bnhL of 20 t<ffo*minuto rt undw, for n eido w».gor of £20, or.d 'bo v*c!t^r.vvi i^bt ohprnyionohip o{ tho Wiir. morn, llWUm, who hod Mm advanlBgo of Bnrko In both woiijht and hei^h*, mado most of tlm fiulviotf, usually leading with ft B*raij»hl lefo or right to tho faoo oarly in oaoh round. Burke, on the otbor bond, showed marked eoporioritiy in hiu footwork, ('Vadiug hta opponeu* with romarkablp Bgilify, Howfiv^f, no roan tho eize of UrilUiti con'd b^pxpeotod bo an nimblo &h hifjfltu'l'er onlored oppnnont, particu larly in a ring, kho Mzg of that uood for »hi' matoh on Wt'duortday nvuDiu^. Aa tbft tisiah tho oontoot w*h tloo-arud a dr.,w.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

PERSONAL. An engagement is announced between Miss Hilda Crouch, eldest daughter of Mr F. Cmuoii, " Gumiiu luke," Stawell, and Mr H ow.trd Niinkervis, youfifcej't" son ul Mrs Xankei vin, Il.md Sti'eet, It.illnrat. Tin- l;l yoirulil daughter ol Mr W. Simpsou, of Ductal's Ornok, lias now recovered from the injuries re cently sustainjd through » kick from ;i coll, The girl had u very narrow escape from death, the colt's hoof just missing her temple, It is ex ceedingly fortunate that no Jisfigure inent will ensue. Mr G. Hohni'H, who has hccu in tho employ of Messrs llnj'lcr Bros., for soma time p.ist, has decided to eevor his connection with the firm and take a position with a drapery establishment at Kupanyup. Mr -I. E. Shipway leaves Stawel.1 un Monday to attend the Warrack nabcal and and Mallee (Jhurch of Obrist Conlercnco, which is to be held at Brim. Mr Shipway roturus on Friday. Miss Mary Dalkiu, LL.O.M., has ; been appointed local representative of the Loudon Collogi of Music for ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Boxing. PROPOSED EASTER TOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Boxing;. i'UOI'OSKD EASTER TOUIINE?. btRwcli boxing onlbnaiauta uro promiood Q trer>t ut IO^otur, when Mr 13, OoUtflftsa inuT.ch to promoio a cotipla of fi or-oUoo conlcolo, ri'bo top-liner will bo between Charlie pou^laoc, who boldo tbo b.u>t*m ft&d . loaJhor-woi^ht obnmpionahipH of Sqnlh ! AuBbulj nnd Wcebrn Auuirr»liareapt'Otivc ly, and I'm In ikcrze. t-;:-nniatoar ban I im ch&wpiou of Now Zuilund and foatbor cbntnpion of youth Africa. Hoth boyo biiVe mouo rcputfttiouo for iliom-olvos in Ibo ropfld (UL'im, and n, lino content ebould iciualt, Xbo bout i* onn of 20 <lmin roundu, for ft pucgo of £'J5 und 50 pur aiiub of thu Rate. Both boxuru will probably wuijjh a ft littlis over (Ml. A 7 2-min round proiimitmry will bo boxed t.y Chriu lirown (Stuwull) who holdu tbo fcnthor-woi[jhti oJmmpiounbip of ihu Wimmeru, nnd Joe Cutrun, who v.tm fiiQulotir bonoru in tbo {.r.nio olriyo at BaUftr&t. Tho umwb will ha tit gaUU FoljjbtB j bob it ia practica...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

THEY SAY. That the weather—300J old wea ther whoa one's short of news !—has wept tears of woe at last. Just about limo, too. That the reason wo were threa tened with a waier famine was that ; householders forgot to turn their taps off at night.' The average lap will discharge ovor 3000 gallons in l'J houra. Those hoses were a more trille. That th« uadcLs are goini; tu luve u drum aud life baud. Won't tho nnighbors bd pleased when tho boys s'urt practising ? \Yc don'i think. Thai tho Stawoll bowlorn lost the Grampians Aaaociation piunant by a short neck. Aggraunoyiup, wasn't it I The Hamiltoniana fuel about six feet taller. That Raymond Burke, well-known in Stawell as a boxer about a year 3i;o, wad lucky to get a draw at llor bhatn. That a swig of local householders arrf to make their appearatieo at the court on Monday for wasting the water. Wo uuiersUind, however, that the death sentences will be commuted. That dog-owners had bettor get busy aud see that Fido is regiafered, or the i...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Pedestrianism. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

PedeBtnaiiisuj. At tbo Mintmay picnio opovko botd on TliurHduy, Fobruery 19 h, M. B, Wodd, of | Monnt Qambier, acourod throo tirota ia tho i Sheffield off 10 yardo ; *ho -140 off 25 ydp, 1 MJti tbo hurriln rnoo cff Borntob,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL MAN SHOT Harrow Escape From Death. Accused's Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

STAWELL MAN SHOT Harrow Escapc From Deatti. Accused's Defence. At tho idelaido police court cm Wednesday the factB of a sensational shooting aaso were dotailed, wlion a wood-carter, named Frank Walling Young, of Hose-street was charged with having discharged a gun at Chas Ernest Monument, a bricklayer of llindloy-Btreet. From the evidence given by Mon ument, and the condition of a blood stained shirt, perforated hat, and a gilvaniued iron gate, (which were in court as exhibits) showed that lie liad had a narrow escape from death. Accused aaid that the ehooting was accidental, the gun going oft as be wan cloaniug it, lie was committed for trlai. The informant, Chas Moiiumotit, in a native of Stawoll, and his parents still rcoidc in the town.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Croquet MRS AITKEN'S TRUPAY. A Division, First Round. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Croquet MRS AITKEN'8 XRUPaY. A Division, Firat Ronnd. A—Mrs Rutherford 3.} bia ? MU* Withecdoa 4 J, bis. B—Misa Mttoholl nor v Miss Aothony 2 bie, Buoond Round. ilis3 K*y I.* bia y Blra Wadeworib li bii, Miaa M. Davtoa 2 bie v A MiQaDivioa 2A bie v Miss AndcreoQ 3£ bis. B—v Mro J, A. Ijirknu 1 bio. B Division. Firafc Round, A—MreForebaw 2 bia v Mies ' Orernr 5 bis. B—Misj RQnard 7 bia v Miss Bftrnoc eor, Scoond Round, Mrs Trengrove 2 bio v Ptlisa Hunt 5 bis, A—v Misa Doyle 5 bia Mra Audorson 4 bia v Mro Lftby 5 bie. Mrti HarnilUn 3A bia v 15 Ttao tlret rouudf rauat ba Caiahod by Taefldny next, March Srd.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING MANAGER'S REPORTS. SLOANIES AND SCOTCHMANS CO. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING UANAQUK'H KKI'OUTS. BLOAtlE'S AND S('UTCnMANS CO. During past fortnight work iu mino wan ootiJiood to GKl»nuton of iniermcdiiiU level ovor back of (.'JOU to conucct with diamond tlriH oloyo iiivA havo r.ov; ho'O'.Mhroujih, Lirtfo wintf chtUo now Iki'iil; put in m 'J'20 feet loval which v/ill command a 50 ft ceo lion ot olopiag on caoh oidu. At. 1000 foot lnvel rittiotf ia bosuy oominaud to hulo tlicout;h to 'J'-'Oft lovel. Ono maaliun: alai Mjpintfuvut bank of iuturiEudiulu level north. Air uuppK wutur and vcJuUluliou pip^o IKul invo faco o£ 1V-U J it \v\A nouUu mid Lturl will bo nmlu lj dnvj lod>iy. '! Iju ' 'jiuj'l'.Liuii of fii'ut 3 0li»j;ni i.k'Oliuu of mill id b >nui ptnhnd n, brid uu tuat uu pou Riuli-'. Will prob.iOly cirirl cfucbin^ in ubo'.it ci fortninh.. 6 !kt alteration?! ami additions to pUuttJ .vro well ad'.ui :cd. lilG HILL CENTRAL CO. TirnboriuiJ ohivft No 1 A to 105 tori. Fix« in« oco pao> and Uuidot wvyo to 105 t*-ot lovel in ubu...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

Uricm. Th* tmuhea to bo played nux* WeduQfl d*y will bo : — Foothills tv. S^iwell on tho Oontral P*rk, and Uvlwa)B v Glan orchy'on tho Lake Reacrvo. On tho Luke Ragorvo list Wednesday Bomo #ood orioket was witnessed. I'lftvin* Olenorohy SttwelFo now mao (Oikloj) proved doarily with tho hall eccuritiu eij<h; wiuki*tQ for 12 runs—a lluo perform-uice. Tbd only hitaram 10 do aayltua^ fac Glenoroby wao T. lljndoc^ou, who pir. together M not cat. Tho whoJo eido noly made 3-1 Un tbo StaweW eido tin Initio*; was abovo par, Constablo played a nood in niogs for 40 ; Oikloy alao showed tnot ho hH3 U bf reokontd with as a batsmen his 45 bflin^ perfectly ai5.dG Vcmon 10, M'Nivon ltf, Lander 19, and r. Yooug 10 net. out woro also in good form, Ferry waa tho most eucaessfal bowlor for Glenoroby,—3 for 30 out of eix dee p&tobed.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OUR BAND. In Training for Bendigo. A New Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 28 February 1914

OUR BAND. Iu Training- for Boudigo. A Now Soloctiou. To tlio uniniatod tho news that such and such ft lmms band lias entered (or :i contest, or competition convoys little h.iyoncl a vague con ception beyond a few practice, lullowed by 11 trip Honiething in the nature ot ii holiday jaunt, with just so many minutes' playing before the judge. '-Those bandsmen aro on a | noo'd wicket," or words to that effect, js tlio prolmbli) verdiet of tho man in -t*he street, who, however, would be 'inclined to change) his opinion if he ;Wtiic enabled to ncu inside a band room on the practice nights prior to the contest. In ihn easo ot tho Btawoll Brass Band, which leaves to compote at tho ^endigo demonstration enrly uext month, every member from the bandmaster down is doing his in dividual best towards gaining the award—and that "best" means reul work, Hearing that (he new selection for (lit) demons: rat ion was to be played through 0:1 Thurslay eveu ing, tho writer visited Ihc baud room and found ...

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