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ACCIDENT DROWNED IN THE SURF. FOOTBALLER'S DEATH AT SORRENTO PLUCKY ATTEMPTS AT RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

ACCIDENT. DROWNED IN THE SUEF. FOOTBALLER'S DEATH AT SORRENTO PLUCKY ATTEMPTS AT RESCUE. A gloom was ca?t over the" holidila week-end at Sorrenlo by tie occurreint, of a drowning fatality on htl back nbear early on Sunday mordning. The victim, Ilugh Augostls Johll. wa;r t -ell-knowl figulre ill Mbelbourneu football circles, a kbelt player li hi yoltnger days. and hadl beet lately acting as trainer for tle Essendon cltb. He was 44 years of age. uingle, and reoided at 5w Curz o strelet North Mel bourne. In compafny with several Syoug maelt Johs weans pentding a feoe days ont a holi day at dorrento. and about 8 a.m. on Sun day lie went with llis companions to bathe from the back benach. Shortly aflter en teritng thle water hie was Ilearli to cry hlle had taken cramp, and immediately ott of thle party named Hendly went to his ao slstance. Jolhns was, however, carried out by the unodertow, anl although Sweet man. another memuber of tlle Iparty, tals eont to. his asuatanre, tle -unfortunt...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIRLS AND DIMPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

GIRLS AND DIMPLES. That the average girl is proud of a dimple is obvious from the studied use she makes of it. Who has not ob served (with quliet humour) how the girl who has a dimple is for ever mov ing her lips, or making somo0 other fo. ciai movement which brings the little dimple into operation? It is to be sup po -d that girls who have no dimples aln cannot, with all their trying. m:ike them, are envious. But the?e many entertain hope. tino of the latest things the beauty osp,:iidst of Mayfair undertakes to do ii ,to mnt: facture a dimple. the fas cisating 'dditi n costs anything from teo? guineas upwards for the "perman ent" feature, for it appears the tran sityr dimple can hb supplied for a guinea or so, but this will not stay inl evidence for more than a week! 'The oth;er one is a somewhat more serious matter, for it means removing a small portion of the flesh, which has to be done by a dimple-maker, who is a sur geon to boot.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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BOWLING FLEMINGTON RINK TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

is a drying effect on the scalp. This is especially noticeable on the more exposed parts round the fringo of the forehead, normally dry skins suffering proportionately more in this respect than those whose oil glands are in perfect working order. A weekly shampoo should be the In variable rule, a saponaceous mixture composed of half a cake of pure castile soap, shredded down finely into a basin of hot water, being excellent for the purpose, while a teaspoonful of am monia and a tablespoonful of powdered borax must be added when a lather has been formed. Frequent rinsing is the great secret of successful shampoo ing after bathing, and as many as livc or six tepid waters should be employed, a little borax being added to the last rinse.

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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The Danger of Fire [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

The wiatrer or Fire It is to be hloped thoat everyouO will he careful in the ccc of fre now that tile T |Ill in etef Oe ist ll.,i .i L?,? , ..?_idne thermometer 00ogei ., i a' dry at ] ties and that evcryth 5gl-? ~1 s .s " t tinder. TheU recent doweatreit " ereide fires at ..s ....dale , Chelsea. wtc.. eal ide . ( lesson. fld rt 15 00. estttle thant e~c-rn1( local Cesidento hove iloerehy lost their ccl side c3amp_ g-gut hooac; as a ter / rule tani ker tn-at 1oao ,tyrocks alter Pul bynce?L??.:- 1Ri the lire" haoiad boiled the billy, leaing to take csre of itself, cr else by allowing] some emonlde ag embcrs to remain and|' start into uctiYAlb rat he cd that the,, . breze ,?: "bll e rel~elx'enldg ill at tlile beauties 0ttorn e ' ,oll?re 8e.'fl arelecs t" four :.yeare ao: by lon tecoBoaatf1C toern| eampers anud p?'ltre sul e S l)op \vere c gollies and otler .ctntrsisoen of LrnS sr :ntl burnt not 0 hility t ee -bg ic ad iii alrl 0Y t epesota -uig ciever e- ol thir tiri?tine loveinet". Bl...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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GIRL FIGHTS ROBBER DEFENDING MASTER'S HOUSE. A TRIBUTE FROM ELLEN TERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

GIRL FIGHTS ROBBER DEFENDING MASTER'S ROUSE. A TRIBUTE FROM ELLEN TERRY Alice Knowles, a domestic servant, whose plucky conduct in defending her employer's house against an intruder has brought her a glowing message of appreciation from Miss Ellen Terry, told a remarkable story to the Croy don (London) magistrates. The case was one in which Ernest John Gentry, aged 32, a billiard marker, was charg. ed, on remand, with breaking into the residence of Councillor Brinkworth, at Purley, on July 20th, and stealing an overcoat and other articles valued at £5, and with assaulting the girl Knowles. The message which M-iss Ellen Terry has sent to the servant is as follows: "Bravo, brave and plucky girl- You should have a good future. T love you for your courage." Knowles, who is only 19 years of age, was alone in the house after 2.30 o'clock on the day in question. She stated that about five o'clock she an swered a knock at the front door, and found the prisoner outside. She jtold him her mis...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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SOCIAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

SOCIAL BREVITIES: lThe iler. r'. ii. Kia?nd has rletired from tihe pastorate of the Acot Vale Congrega tiornal Curcht after nine years'sorvice;, and Ihas lB n lresented wittl a purse of sovereigns by tloe rOllgregation.. Mr. King itend to licre privatelry at fanterbnury. Mr. Robert DawSon hans been appointed ;asistalt slrveyor, alnd ?mr. V'Iltentle lec-' trieal engineer ty thie rtirwietk. City t"llllH:il " tlently on thie Maribyrnong it to be. celebrated on Saturday, 14th Februaryi treat irrelarations are beilg llattde, antl lan elatoHrate pro'raoune io beinllg n.rralng itt for. The fulnctioln bids fair to be a tnillth -trea:ter t?ticoss thanl itst predeces. An inrpection of tie Staribyrnong river i co nrcction with the protosed inltrore. ltents it to be niade h the Esset?tttot Riv'er league on Satuirda afternoon, ittt Janluary. Thlpe neat full tneetine of the Inssendon liver Ieaglle is to ho held on ThIrorday, 22nd ,JallUatrt'. Thlo speaker lt toe P.S.A. at tIheo a sonic taltl i ti...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

jd j'?e .tte....... c . rj f stewaurds rncnted with Mr. re p,' cour.es recently. is io he furthler dealt with. 'thieve is ai p:in'etly omethillng wrong and it i.s to, he olped that the "stipes' sift this case to the hottom. Four Flush regitered 7a very attracc tire Ierformuiatne at head lu?arters on Tuesday mnoruinig, Ib ratting tire flir long? on the 5n11ti the smtrt tinme of 1 ruin. 3' secs. This is a really soumtlgallop, and wras )yell done. lti; io (V. B ,Cartledge) and Sir ilythie (T. Woodls) were shiiooled over hilf a doien fences at Flemningtoi on Tuesday anornuig, and both' shaped well.

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ANTICIPATIONS FLEMINGTON. Selections by "Even Time." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

ANTICIPATIONS --. -----~-+. . FLEMINGTON.: Selections by 'Even TiiIie Ner 'Xe iH hurdle Ru-Gold Visi, -J nuary Steeple--'ralarUo, " ?:" gnard ,. eldan. Criterion-x 1ladicap ,-Ad='orn, Don Solho, Naxuberix Standish Handicn4p.-=CiilinII . 'hloiir Fllushli Miss Gower. ? :::::' IBigot Bnndicnp-Loch Amos, Mon) ar , eln l.-: Bard of ,..Loni Haimurg Bellei, 'iTntn?eL' ?"'.,,

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MENTONE, SATURDAY, 3rd JAN. Selections by "Even Time." [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

'"MF1NTOl) , Si TURDA1l', 3r:d. ,N. 'Sclec'o iuus ?by. "J~rsl·?· Elate. Hiurdle l hce-A, tiler; i lil111 clj.a .bulhPoworfulw: . "",_.',' w 'i Pdliv ;P9 r Iloreiiza. * Second Drviv on Thm idicip- Lanlt l Thuid Dnivjision HadsHi~i~nchp- Xst i'a, Mfesitune :Iilifndieap -Deo-bCI y.s l 1ortie 1 iaii \ili limie'r- ~l~it Pace--Purtlork; XX in :~ii i Flinch.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

PUBLIC NOTICES. Prices Moderate. Cleanliness Guaranteed Post Cards Attended To. F. GREEN CHIiNEY SWEEP 27 PRIDHAM ST., NEWMARKET. LEIGHTON STUDIO Margaret Street, Moonee Ponds. (Opposite Station). For ART PORTRAITURE DO NOT FORGET WE EXCEL. JOHN WILSON, CHIMNEY SWEEP. 62 Princes Street. Flemington. Ranges Cleaned Established 20 Years ROBERT BUTLER GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR, RAILWAY PLACE, ESSENDON. Fit and Style Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. T. FUNG GAY CABINET MAKER AND UPIHOLSTERER. 125 MARIBYIrUNG BOAD, ASCOT VALE. .Furniture Exchanged and All Kinds of paioa'Nstly Eijiaated: Y. ` 6.i 1-s~~: ·l ' TO STAND THIS SEASON AT BRAY BROOK. THE PURE-BRED SUFFOLK PUNCH STALLION NEOTSFIELD RUFUS :.? ? - ý ýý .: ,Tr C. ' 7 : 7 " ': " """ ..'- S Yý ý"- i.: (?iolds Govt. Certificate of Soutndness). Bred by It. It. Dangar. Esq.. Ncotsfeld. foaled November 14th. 1908. and purchased by r. J. 3lauuro. for use at hie o\?un stud. and to serve a limited number of ontside mares. 2nd Prizeo Royal Horse Parade...

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GINKSUNN'S CHALLENGE [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

i: GINKSUNN'S * CHALLENGE S By 'Lefthander." Tihe following amusing article,. firo the "'Williamstown. Advertiser," will doubtless be read' witll interest b,' al local-bowlers, -as being a huluor'od coiinmentary up6n the vagaries 'of bowl. iers-and bowling:- ' * . '.;.. To thhe casuan: visitor Christius :ispi nised to beo celebrated very quietl 'in the -.old-fashioned townn of Gonselo: That once popular toMwn was .noted fori its sporting fraternity; and it boaisted of a premiership footbhill club; which, by tc h wcay, was supported by "the townsIpooplo very.. liberaly.; The criekoet club was playing up well for position near the top of the list but owing to one of the officials. asking air umpire to have a drink thoe club was deprived of three matches whicl it had won. The bowling club ':possessed some of the top-notchors in that ox siting pastime. Ono chap in particular ,ias noted- for his skiill witli tlio bowls, nd. on ervory opportunity,' favourable or otheirise,-)i6'buttoiihole...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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SINGULAR PRESERVATION AT SEA [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

SINGULAR PRESERVA.' TION AT SEA ilBy thel Late JosepI Harmer. of Esseir hi don.! t -hren .1 vas about 2I rYearo of age, eoi returning to "England Irom nlr tEire 'o ,. ago to houth Austnhlia. suhio p ed 's "l .o tared a I, v?tsel yinlg alt hiilds , Pthitay laurlreun ir thoe forth of ng ilarrnd. tle .was botld fuor CuLoa. a Splnir h set-h tlement in te Wea t Indict, wias laden tr ith coal anti was eirlI ready for se ellen I Jolled In at '.ai ..ith" cag e SCoal o its te icustom to nlallato !lool o tire tor of the coarl ill thre air iatch (or tie spare gear e at is rrtiihcir- rt be WSan ted oa the evoae esuc l;a oxtaoir. p rrae fenders, alchor uIOy, h;lboket., our., letr. inrg only Just ellough o te r, gie tai hatelea on and so it nay iti tr u ven i ready for ea, e ul trile hind Iluieir froi tile iotltheard. our captain preferred sL i ora tilo tie rollar i Llld ihreii eir rho P aI irth, 1 .1 . ich n vdiril.h1, i otlalld ir t thl Ocrkuner i airds. We irsed thro ti tis Firth. butI couid i...

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METROPOLITAN LEAGUE V. ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

METI1OPOIITAS LEAGUE .V. ESSENDON AND FLEMINGTON CHIUIRCHES. The Metropolittiu League. proved. alto ;ether too stroll; for tlhe-Esendo. alnd 'lemingtos Clhurches. The ?tchh"iehich was played- at esendou., ?ttraeted:-a good deal of lonal interest,.lthe barrack itg element being rather strong at times., 'lth Metropolitan League batteau first., and. :alter rattling Ul 229 for the loss of, 7 witke"t, declared their innings. closed. iThe 'ct perlormanrec wy put ?U p -by yoUtlg Baster. sxo platys with South Mel. isurte. lie was battting for an hour and ; quarter. and played a fine vigorous 'in-: ings Hlie hit steen fours. antwit Ih Day as a prtner. added 80 for tlue seventh. . the South Wly sfor. 41" and a half. sing for 43

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CRICKET ESSENDON CHURCHES V. PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

v E£SSIFDON CHURCHES V. PRES. HYTERT 035 The EEasendon .and Flremington Clhurches scored- an easy-victory over the Preubv-. lerian, Churchea at East Melbourne. Win ning the toes, the Es-endon Churches bat ted flrt, and were all disposed of for 135 Tbhe first three batsmern oll madoe live runs, and White and (irierron carried the score to 42. Wickets again fell rapidly. and with eight wricketl down for 75 the outlook did not look ait all promising for Esnendon BHlinkhorn and Ryan then ut together, and by fil h;batttlig carried the score to 174 before he ninth wicket llinkhorn'.t fell. Tihe partnership. which -as a mo: valua:ble one. realised 9runs and pilled the matchl out of the flre. linkhorn ohto got 635, hit treven 4.. and :was battinr for an hour and a quarter, lie -cored freely all round the w!ck?bt and did nert -ire at chatce. Ryan I64t ndle cnlout of lie runll on the leg side. lie was rather fortunate int that he ws cnaught belhind tlh wickets before ie had scared. but was gi...

Publication Title: Essendon Gazette And Keilor, Bulla And Broadmeadows Reporter, The
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LEMON BARLEY WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

LEMON BARLEY WATER. This is both refreshing and nourish- ing. Ingredients: 2 large tablespoon- fuls of pearl barley, 1 lemon, 1 pint of boiling water, 3 or 4 lumps of su- gar. Put the barley in a saucepan, with enough water to corver it. Bring it to boiling point, let it boil for five minutes, then strain the water off and throw it away. This "blanching," as   it is called, removes the bitter flavour of the barley, and improves the colour. Put the barley in a jug with the thinly pared rind and strained juice of the lemon, and the sugar, pour on the pint of boiling water. Cover the jug and leave it until cold, then strain off the liquid, and it is ready. If at any time, barley-water is required to be given with milk, make it in exactly the same way, but leave out the lemon. Ceience.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

pUBLIC NOTTICES. JOIN. A LIVE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. B brcN0minN a EMBER OF COURT S.NDON. No. 740 Ancient Order of Foresters. NO ENTRANCE FEES. NO 1LEVIES. World wide Order. Lowest Rate of con tributions from Is Id per week. Sick Pay. £1 per week. Funeral Benefits. £20 and £10. Particulars from members. or W. A. CADWALLADER. Sec. 9 Ardoch street. Essendon. BOOT AND SHOE EXPERT. A. G. E. SMITH 142 PASCOE VALE RD.. MOONEE PONDS. Branch Shop at 33 M?. Alexander road. Ascot Vale (under the management of Mr. Patrick). Repnair in Up-to date Style at oderate SPrices. Hand-sewn Work a Speciality. MISS MANNERS 'HAIRDRESSING. Vieltin Larties' Hairdreser. Cutting. Sing Inc. Shar.vtoofng. Hitrwork. Manicure. Pace and Scoalp Massace. Ladies' Comb ings made uj Letters Promptly Attend?d In. 22 SOUTE STREET.A . b, JUST THE THINt 1 I ' of THE '"IDEAL" a HAM. BEEF, AND DAIRY PRODUCE 8' DEPOT. 'e 129 MARIBYRNONG ROAD, ag ASCOT VALE. k Thcs Premi.se have been opened b " [IR. E. J. CLARK. as an op-to-date Ha...

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Commonwealth Ladies' Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

Comuionwualtli hadies' Rifle Club. The secretary of the above club de sires to draw attention to the fact that Constable John Morris, of the 'North Essendon police, has again been the means of tracing the thieves who, have eoen for -the aot - 2 uue cano0 pavilion and taking goods. Constable Morris, while on duty, - discovered several ho's ib n the act of removing articles tIroi; the pavilion, alll on going to their homes, recovered a numer of things. Tho offenders were brought up before the Children's Court and denied tle of fonce of breaking into the place. Th'le Bench, however, considered that theme were others in league with tlhoe ptpre ent, and placed thie boys under the ob servation of the officer for the district for three months. Constable Morris is to he complimiented on tracing tlhe perletr'ators of this long-standingcase, of thieving.

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BOWLING FLEMINGTON RINK TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

BOWLl.NG., --+- FLEMINGTON RINK TOURNAIMET. This event was commenced on the New market green on Boxing Day, and was trccesafully concluded on Saturday afternoon the results were as follows:   First Round.-Ling (Sandringham. 13., beat Shields (Ascot Vale), 12; Pearson (Es scndon). 17. beat Osborne (FleminFton, 16; Crawley (Carltont, 22. beat Tountn 1Abcrfeldie). 9; Mills (Williamsltown), 21, beat Smith (Footseray). 18f: Main Aberfel diet. 24, beat Newbold Princee's Park). 7; lMcFarlane (Essendon. 28. boat Dowlan lee onoe Ponds), 12; Watson (North Bal laratl 17. beat Bennett (Prince's Parkb. Second Round.--Dredge lHawthornl. 18, beat Jordsan (Flemington). 12;. Biswmans (Middle Park). 14, beat Maltlestone' 1Moo nee Pondsl), 11; Pridhata' (Flemninntosn).22. beat Kempf (Carlton). 12: Vallins (Williams-. to?sn). 22. beat ]olmes (Flemlngton), 14; O?rawley, 23. beat Pearson.?.9; Mai. 22 beat Mills. 17 Robbio (Fitzroy and' Etast M?elbourne).. :' beat IJng,. 17: McFarlane, 27. be...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.. Mrs. K. Baker desires to thank numerous friends for the many kind expressions of sympathy, letters, tele- grams, etc., during her recent sad be- reavment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Essendon Gazette and Keilor, Bulla and Broadmeadows Reporter — 1 January 1914

EDUCTIOANAL PENLEIGH GIRLS' SCHOOL Formerly AX. GIRLS' U GH SCHOOL S Nos. 8 and 47 CHAUCEr ST.. Mi NS. PONeDrs- .r - SEfloient Staff of Trained Teachers. Large and well-ventilated Schoolrooms. Excellent Kindergarten. Drawing and Painting: Miss TRBICKE'tT, First-elass Cer tificate, South Kensington; Priztaker Nta tional Gallery; First-elass Certificate, Ed cation Denartment. GE eusic. is Jells, A.L..M. Mr JAGE. M-'., IRegistered Secondary Teachers of husi.i Singing, Miss E. IVINE. Physi gal Culture, Messrs. Blielke-Petereen Bros. Principals : Miss SP'llt. | Firstclass Trained Teacher. Education Department and Melbourne University MISS LIMEROCK, M.A. Miss Sprigg at home the last Thlursday in eacln month. First Term begins Thursday. 5th February BLINKBONNIE LADIES' COLLEGE ABDILLAN ROAD, WEST. MOONEE PONDS. Principal. MISS MORIiS. Certlfioated Honours Melbourne University. HDay School and Kindergarten, Boys under 1t receive., tegsteret decondary .leachers.., Classes for erawing and ral...

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