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SWANPOOL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

KSWANPOOL NEWS TH1'.hnew concrete bridge between Swanpdol and ImIna station has been completed, and now presents a very pleasing : appearance. General appreciation .has been expressed at tho: completion of such a much needed "structure. : e r~ontioned in a previous Issue, Mr Ashburin, manager :of theo Swan i?ool B?utter Faitory, vill l;resign on the 12th March, -when the inew posl tlion willF be filled by Mr 3 8? Gleeson of Orb oet .i-Mr CGlocaon Is 28y ears of

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

WIIWNIOIWI3IHIIIII1U1IIIIIU lll IIIIIIIIIIII 11111illlllllIIIllll IIIIIIIIIUItII iiiUIillllitnllllllullllllrSIUiIr SPermewan Wight Ltd CARRIER STREET, ;BENALLA CARRIERS, PRODUCE fAND GENERAL AGENTS FOR : ... The Shell Company Ltd. Cresco Fertilisers. For Cyclone Fencing, Gates, Fencing Wire, and all FARM REQUIREMENTS. A. H. LINABURY, Branch Manager "Marie' Exclusive frock Salon (Proprietress.:. MISS LINDA HEFFORD) BRIDGE STREET BENALLA ammmmem ., SOp Go West Young Ladiesfor Bargains SBenalla West Annual b INALLA .WII T'-JUIT ACOI5. TE B KIDOE. I M M E R SA LE . ., . -s o------. SllE Rk WS A LEk 11111110 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ...... .........lfil .........II......l.l....ll.......1 .l ...... .... ...... ....... .n ...... ........ m .......... ......... ....miuii nIIII~ul Ir n n uuu mm u m an m nn nnnw un a nu m u a n n m mIunyn m a nn mn m n r ou nnr adies and Children's Wear , ` Women's & 0.S. White Bemberg Nights, nicely em- . broidered fronts, 4/11. SALE PRI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

4 a: :t .S l a. r ?I f f //.: i · .3 r t i :% F - yu r " 11 \ L " 1+T t ? - - _+ r Ipy+ "8rS ·t,` ' .+t ass - ,r .? 4- - . i t~b !` 5'ý G ýF1`` t1 AS P? .?tp w. J TO eIN OO T 'AD. TOON Henry Vallender FOR BARGAINS IN: Hugh Thomson's Guaranteed Footwear. Men's Suits, Hats, Work Trousers, Shrts, Khaki, Navy and White Osh-Kosh Overalls. Men's Footwear. Osman Guaranteed Sheets,. Sheeting, Towels,. Pillow Slips. COME AND GET QUALITY GOODS AT LOW PRICES. H" VALLENDER .D.R A P E R NUNN STREET, BENALLA. TYPEWRITERS8 .:.: YOU CAN' BUY A THOROUGHLY RE-CONDITIONED MACHINE FOR. Only £1 per Month -.Typewrite Your Select the Machine You Correspondence and Want at the Price You Invoices, .Reports, Etc. Want to Pay r EVERY MACHINE GUARANTEED. ICHARTRES PTY. LTD., 375 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, E :: Address ........................ . Name.. ............. ........ . .

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WEDDING MERTZ—STEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

WEDDING: MERTZ-STEVENS. IEil wedding will take place at St. Joseph's Churchl Bonalla, }to morrow (Saturday) : of' Miss Pat. Stevens, only daughter of Mr and Mrs -R.; Stovens, iByrneo:Street,;1Benalla, to -Mr Henry Mert, 'youngest,;on of the .late Mlr. and. Mrs .H. Mertir, of Pine Lodge Estate, Moulameoln,- N.S.W: The bride will wear a.- full-length frock of: magnolia satin with tight fitting sleeves and swathed neck line. It' will be caught at the waist-line wliti" a flower; and the panel in front. will form a long train. .Her veil of .magnolia tulle will be caught with a coronet of orange blossom. Her go ing-awny, frock Is of flower pot red, -Inlet with copper-colored lace and an unusual tie. neckline. She will have navy accessories. She will be atten dled by Miss Betty Skehan and Miss May 'Heywood, who will wear frocks of. green'. lace' with tulle. They will 'wear.pearl Juliette caps. Mr Gordon 'Heywood will be :bet man, and Mr Henry. ' Stevens. groomnsman. A re ception' will be h...

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BENALLA SWIMMER'S SUCCESS MISS DOT BURGIS WINS AT HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

BENALLA SWIMMER'S SUCCESS MISS DOT BURGIS WINS AT HOBART. DURING THEHobart Centenary re- gatta held during the week, Miss Dot Burgls, a former Benalla cham- pion swimmer, won the Transder- went race for women from, scratch in 20 minutes. Two years ago Miss Burgis was second in the three miles, Yarra race. Whilst a pupil" of Ben- alla High School she competed at Benalla and many of the district   swimming carnivals and met with much success. Her many friends will be pleased to hear of her continued success.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

linoleums, l00oor Cover ings, Carpets and Soft [urnishings '4/6 yd. 6ft. FLOOR COVERING 2/11 'yd. 12 new designs suitable for all rooms, will give years of hard -wear. 4L6 yd. 27in. STRIPED MATTING 2/9 yd. This is excellent for hall runners and will give endless wear SPECIAL PURCHASE 6ft. British Linoleums in the latest designs. This is all cork lino and the designs and Price are well worth your inspec tion. Usually sold at 7/6 yd. SPECIAL SALE PRICE R z: 5/11 s Per Yard~ SPECIAL PURCHASE OF VELVET PILE AXMINSTER FLOOR RUGS. Size 54x 2;7, in 36 designs snitable for' all rooms. Usnally sold at 19/6 .. .. .. .. . SALE PRICE-14/11 2/6 yd 18 inch COIR MATTING .. . 2/11 yd. 27in. COIR MATTING ... 2/6. 5/6 yd. 22min. TAPESTRY RUNNER ..?:: 3/11-i 2/6 yd. 27in. HALL RUNNER- ...... i/6 -3/3 yd. 36in. HALL RUNNER. :. . ;' / j1 2/6 yd. 45in. OIL BAIZE ...: II Al. PURCHASES. B idge CariE5 Streets, OUR CASH COUPONS r i a r er ee s, PHO . PHONE25. MILLER'S Benalla's Largest & Most Modern ...

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CONVENT WOOD DAY GOOD GATHERING ON SATURDAY LAST. VARIOUS DONORS ENTERTAINED BY THE NUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

CONVENT .WOOD DAY GOOD O GATHERING ON SATUR DAY LAST. VARIOUS DONORS ENTERTAINED BY THE NUNS. The Convent Wood Day, inaug urated over twenty years ago with?th e object of providing win -;ter wood for the Convent, was` held on Saturday last and proved to be very successful. Although." there was not as largean attend-• a: ?c·. e as the previous?year;° drays; ' tru;?ck and- waggons were 'numor-; ous and a good stack, of the best: of wood was conspicuous in the yard. This year's effort ftil short of 'the previous year, but with the donatiohs receibved by ..ir Dalton, one of!'the tfounders' of the'o movtemont, the' cday proved a: asuccessoul one. Tho- last lo;ld, was deposited oh'ortly after ,12: o'cloclct ifter Which: the Variouan don: ore were .entertainecd e:y the, Rev.. ?lother and Conriiiunlty toi dinner in 'the concert 1ill'11'Rev. Father, Doiv ney olflclatecd. an chairman. in, thoiab aonc' of Rev Fathor O'Itelllyt.. EXPRESSED THANKS. After ave I umttuous tdinner had .been pirtaken...

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A MUCH TRAVELLED LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

A MUCH: TRAVELLED * LETTER .-ON oe 26th October, 1914, a letter was posted from Folkeston, Eng land;. addressed .to Mr.F . F. Taylor, c/o Pacific Phosphate. Co., Pleasant nlannd (the old mnme for Nauru) Central Paclflo Islands,. ; r Taylor having "left Naotru before the letter reached- that Island, travelled through the 'South Sea Inlands, Japan, China, and later to Australia. Valiant at tempts were mnlde by the postal authoriltle of the various countries to locate him. From Nauru the let ter was addressed to the ?lelbournt office of- the company, who later for warded It'on to Samaria, New Guineca, Fromn there It- travelled, according to postal stIIamps on tile envelope, to Yokohama and Kohbl In Japan, then to HIIong Kong In China, back to Nagasktl, Japan, and fromn then to the :Marshltll Islnds, tlate a Clotman possesslon, 'Contral' Paclfcl. 'ie-ad dressed to Nauru, It was finally do llveredvto MIr Taylor atr Lithgow, N.S. I, In Maoy, 1910. ,leighteen months after Itoadespatch from...

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED "MOTHER AND HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

.PUBLICATIONS =RECEIVED "MOTHER AND HOME." "MeIOTHER.and Home," February, contains a 12 pago .,free gift knitting book-waistcoat. and jumper ,sult, pullover for a man, frock for tle,small :daughter, polo pulltove for. the young son, cape, matinee coat and dress forIlbaby. Special Features.-The first of an Interesting new series, "Father',s Cor? nor" by J. 1) D. eresford. -Article, "Skating' Is Easy';,a helpful talk on a healthy sport. ;~etween ourselves newsy gossip pages by the elditrens. Goodv stories. Sernal' "Glamour. Is land,' another exciting instalment. Mothercraft Section-"About Daby's Sleep." Mother's -questions and answers. * ·-:' • - .Knlttlng.-~Instructions -for making cap, scarf and gloves for skating or country wear. ? Needlework.-Simple emgroidery featuring .a 'lamb" de sign..- Cookery, ibeauty, hIealth,, gar-' dening, kiddle's pages Free pattern .offer by, coupon of lady's: afternoon, frock.... Fashionsr for. grown-ups;,: everyday wear and :un lies for. boys and girl...

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Veteran Cricketers' Annual Match COUNTRY TEAM WINS BY 9 RUNS [?] [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

Veteran Cricketers' Annual Match COUNTRY TEAM WINS BY 9 RUNSt ' -Asa result of= a suggestion by Sthe aIter Mr E. IF. Cleary some four years:?ago; a cricket match' betseen old; players of Benallal? and'those of surrounrding district. was played . o much. enjoyminet from'a s"eclali as wall "as from a rcketilng standpoint was derived.: :by all participantsthat the matc ha-s since developed iinto an an nual event. It ia voted by all old cricketer. to be the happioet day of their year, and the : game played on Wednesiday last on the Benalla oval wasneven more en joyablei than any preceding on, Though, to-day thoy may juet. be recovering from ^aches anrd .tlffnesos?s resulting' from;;their unusual exertion,: the country , playersa,: are.': enjoying; their win' overithe' Townltes by .nine: runs, I:n ?a:close ganme in which 'the' respective' scores °were '123 and 114,; A beautifully g'ooll day added to the' charm of the lovely' oval, and a splon did-wicklet left'nothing to be' desired. The'...

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY TO OLD GOOMALIBEE RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO iOLD GOOMALIBEE , REIDENT. s Iunday lant several frien ds 'eiand relatives of Mri I. Bridgfoot, o aoomallbee road, coomalibeo, mnioat hisiy r~ljldence.. tb congratulate and: honorohlhim -on?i tho ?occcasion .o hlis '03rd birthday?A(?' beautiful. birthday 'calo' was'bakedlby his" daughter, AIe Thore sa' Bridgfoot, of ,Mel -bourni:, The caki?;vwas' beautifully decoraited? and= had '093 candles which v re. lit by',his~'two little grand dancghtere, Noirima and : Cath Carey, whio also' ai?slsted their. grandfather In?ilowing'. out the, candles before Mr Bridgfoot undertook the cuttinjgof the cake. tMr ?Bridgfoot .s lin dfirst' rate health and h.keenly:..erjoyed- thoe Ilttle, Sparty; arranged in his honor.'-: · Mr Bridgfoot: has :'.been"" a resident, of Gominailbeo, for ,35 :' yearsi, and his, f :lends wish' him many' more happy. .bit.:..:. ·L? hd 0 ?ys.'"

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SPEED COURSING WEDNESDAY'S MEETING A SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

SPEED COURSING WEDNESDAY'S MEETING A S . SUCCESS. Coombe Sheen, a regular 'com petitor at Benalia speed coursing meetings, suffered a disqualifica tion from the Benalla course for two months for fighting at .Wed-; nesday evening's meeting. He -won the Benalla Stake after an Interesting race. ,The meeting was well attended, and a good profit Is'expected by the club. A number of new dogs were Included In the good fields for the seven races which were held during the evening. ;Following are the details: WINTON STAKE. ,'.For dogs that have competed and never won more than three races on any circular track (speed or mech anical). Winner £5, runner-up £1/10/, third dog 10/. GRACE' GOLDSMITH, R. Maid inent's f b, Pharminda--Joan:' Goldsmith .. :.=: .. 1 Chairlie Humbug, M. Weller's bd d 2 Smart Cubby, M. Murphy'c bd d ? 3 ,Other starters.-Evening Hours., Linda Boyd, Angeline, "'The x;ilte. Trump. -, :';Betting.-Evens Smart Cubby,;;, to 1!Charlle -Humbug, 6; to:1iGraco Gold s m i th . " ., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

i x Y - r4~ ChiopacicB CKNEY an atrphtc ntiue 441:St.Kild Rod, elborne 2 oorsbelw AthurStret. 'This' Institution was built by S. Blackney, B.A., . :. li h.D..at a cost of 120,000, from money inherited from his mother in order that tlero might be in .Melbourne an .,~.-. I .nstitution with as far an possiblo all the treatments' I .n' ' the world, outsido medicine and surgery.:' .' -. There are 23 different types of treatment, used, many S:of which are not used. by any -other practitloner In Au tralla. c.The Institution: seeks to6 treat. thosocases which: . do.not resp6nd.to ordinary. treatment.,..In.thoelast elovcn. years nearly 170,000 treatments have been given. 'Mir.Bla'cknoy has given nearly 40,000 consultations for: ..whlchý,no.,chargo has .been made,. *,:Mr' ýBlacknoy: lia , chlrotiractor or spinal manipulator, who has added other S treatments' to his original therapy. .-Ho' ln.iot a .qinack, beccau?i 'not only. have tlhe results. d~f±*ils treatrantsme s hown'. that, he can get ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

PERSONAL Mr E. D. McConnan .who' been manager of the Skipton branch. of the National Bank of Australasa for 3 years, has been appointed mana ger.ot the Bacchus Marsh branch. He will be succeeded at Sklpton 'by Mr W. L. Stephens, of Buninyong. After 30' years' -association with auctioneering firms in the' Wangar attO. district, Mr Harold' H. Hill re tired from the managership of the Wangaratta branch of the Gippaland and Northern Co-op. Co. Ltd. last week. About 60 friends and citizens assembled at the luncheon kiosk at Wangaratta sale yards to wish him happiness and long life in his retire ment. He was presented with a cig arette case, fountain-pen and pencil,.. as a memento of his long assocla tion in the town. Fellow boarders and members of the staff of the Albion Hotel, where he had lived for 26. years, also farowelled Mr Hill and presented him with a chronlum clock •Mr and Mrs A. F. Abfalter are holl daying on a motor tour.r. . ... !Mi:sses Elleen and "Pat Coghian, daughters 'of...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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District Cricket Outstanding Performances Record Partnership for Fourth & Ninth Wickets BATSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

District Cricket £ Outstanding Performances }Record Partnership for fourth & Ninth Wickets BATSMEN. J. Green (Footballers), 151 not out. ':E Osborne (Stewarton), 124 n.o. A..Broster (Baddaginnie), 75 n.o. C. Cook (Baddaginnie), 75. J. Kingston (Stewarton), 73. .;J.1 Corboy (Stewarten), 67. R. McNamara (U.F.S.), 8Q. BOWLERS. A. Harding (Benlila West), l for1S. T. Baird (Devenish), 4 for 12...... R. Dosser (Baddeginnie), 3 for 3. J. Byrnes (U.P.S.), 3 for 1g. ,0 G. Piumridge (Methodists), e for 34 J. Smith (Goomalibee), 5 for 20. H. Wales (Goomalities), 4 for 20. With the temperature reaching round the century on Saturday. last, it was expected that hard fast wickets and fielding grounds would favor batsmen, and that big ecoring would be recorded. Several, fine totals were reached, Stewarton again showing batting { strength in compiling 340 for the lose of 3 wickets, and Badda. ginnis =totalling 206 for the lose of two wickets; whilst Footballers; ':who lost .their first three...

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INTERESTING ADDRESS TO A.N.A. MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

INTERESTING ADDRESS TO A.N.A. MEMBERS BY MR. ALAN RUSSELL,. IN addressing members of the A.N.A; on Wednesday evening last,' Mr Alan Russell' laid: In thie first instalment we reached tho.close of tho 13th "century and saw' the development of Parliament from rudimentary bheginnings in the Germanic tribes of the continent from which we sprung. The political elements duringthe the thirteenth cnn tury wero King, Lords and Commons, either In person or by representation. but there was as yet littlo more thann the bare form of Parliament. It had yet to make good its powers. Up to this: time the land-owning class had been all 'powerful. The newly admit ted Commtions had yet to '. vindicate' their right to an equal, anid finally a preponderating voice In the govern moent'of. the country. The next few centuries' arethe storyof thildstruggle The only things definitely settled at the" end of the 13th century were" the form of Parliament and the right to a voice in all ,taxation summed up In -th...

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COLES EXPECTED TO OPEN IN BENALLA CURRENT RUMOUR GAINS GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

COLES EXPECTED TO OPEN IN BENALLA CURRENT RUMOUR GAINS GROUND. ALTHOUGH it was known to the "Ensign" some weeks ago, our   representative learnt yesterday that   it was considered as fairly definite that G.J. Coles Ltd. were opening up in Benalla. The site had not been decided upon, but it is understood it will be somewhere about the lower end of Bridge Street. The "Ensign" endeavored to ascer- tain the feelings of the local traders, and the opinions differ. One prominent business man said that there were already too many   businesses in Benalla, and the intro- duction of a chain store organisation might not be in the best interests of those people who had put their money in businesses in Benalla and were just getting along.   On the other hand it was consid- ered an asset to the town, it being pointed out that where Coles had opened up in other centres, the dis- trict had gone ahead. It is true that some Benalla resi- dents do go ...

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SPIK DRY CLEANERS 15 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PRICE LIST. MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938

SPIK DRY CLEANER~ .15 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PRICE LIST. MEN. Suits, 5/0; 2 Suits, 10/; Butt, extra Trousers, 8/; Coat and Trousers, 5/: Coat and .Vest, 3/6; Trousers and Vest 3/; Coat only, 3/; Cream Trous cos, 2/0; Dinner or Full Dross BSuits. 5/0 and 0/; Pullovers, Cardigan, or' Sweater, 2/; Blazers, 2/6; Scarfs, 1/6; Suit, three pieco (iiressed only), 3/6; Suit,. two piecs (pressed- only), 2/0; Men's Lightt Overcoats, 6/6; letn's lheavy Overcoats, 8/; 'Des, 4d. LADIES. Costumes with short coat, 4/; Cos ttumeo with long coat, 4/6; Top Coats, 4./6; Froclks, 4I/; Evening Frocks, 6/; Skirts, Plain, 2/: Skirts, Pleated, 2/6 to 3/; Woollen Costumes and Frocks, S4/;: Woollen Cardigans and Golfers, 2/.

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MR. J. DEVLIN FAVORED FOR SENATE VACANCY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938

MR. J. DEYLIN FAVORED FOR. SENATE VACANCY.. I'iHif-'letilon of a Labor candldato T;to the vacancy In the' 'Senate caused by' the. death of lSenator BarneBn;wlll be decided at the' annual .lLaster conforence of.- the -Victorian` Labor Party. From, cectni jnferiea t'on which' weo haive'- reeieVd '.hloi; offllcs of, the organisation, 1)r 'J. Dollil,.iiwhod 'contented the..last alec tlion for the 3Bonalla sentntl, isalmost ceritan to lie appointed to the vac ancy, 1-Mon1. Parker Moloney; and Dr. leywoeod ne itlso mentioned but it in unlikel'y that the former gentleman wil laubmit hi aname.

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LICENSING PROSECUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938

LICENSING PROSECUTIONS T 'the 'ienalla court ,yesterday be' f tore 'Mr D. Addison P.M.; Gerald F. C' rahaml, licenasee .~if. the *'Farmers' Arms Hotel, was charged with having peronsoba on~his. llcensed; premises on 'Sunday,;,30th January's Heipleaded guilty, and was flned:. in default dlstress:? One:man i found on the premises pleaded. not uilty. and was, fined £1"n default distress. ,lleCn C' Shia'llcdinseo of the Viic torla -'Hotel, Was charged with'having persoanston the :ipremises during pro0" hibited liours; =She was fl ned £1 in 'default distress. Two men found on 'the prutmises- erecr eaets flned £ 1 In default distress.s ,, :Stnley, Davis, IJcensesoof the Ben all? Hotel 'was cha~rged' ivth having lersons on his premises during pro hblited; hours on ,18th February.. 'Ho was represeonted' blytiMr "Mal. Ryan. He' was flned L1 'inildefault distress. Four men found on "'theb:' preiilse were each Eflncd ,Norman dgedge tand'_ C. D. Goedye; licensees 'of~ the tNorth'.Eistern' Hotel...

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