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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

THEY SAY That Messrs. Borthwick and Sons, owners of the Portland Freezing Torks, have purchased a stati,.n in Noith Queensland 400 square miles in extent, besides 12,000 head of stock. That Mr. Davey, fruit inspector for this district, has received promotion to the second position of his branch in the Department. That the property' of Mr. D. N. McLeod ("'Cheritta'( near the Botani. cal Gardens, has changed hands. That six copies of the "Observer,' idated 4th May, containing the report of the Henty memorial celebrations at Portland, have unoxpectedly conic into our possession. They may be pur chased singly at this oflice. That the penny stamps bearing the King's head are now available at all post offices throughout Australia. Tho new sixpenny stamps with the jackass, and other stamps with the swan, will shortly be available, but the poor kanu garoo will shortly be extinct on the postage stamps so far as the Joe Cook Covernment is concerned. Possibly Mlr Fisher, wheti returned to powe...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EARLY RECOLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

EARLY RECOLLECTIONS. •(BY HIsBrTICUts.) As the' earliest years of the forties advanced so in the same measure did. the work.of developing many parts of the district continue to be attractive for settlement. Frequently, through oflicial sources and other agencies, fa vourable reports were received relative to thast portion of' country, situated in the Port!and Bay district, which was unders'o3d to emb-ace the territory leading up to the South Australian border. Such information was we!come to those having means at their disposal, and who were actuated by a desire to enter into pastoral or business pursuits. Beiqg stimulated in this way, the most enterprising did not hesitate to look towards the land of the west, wherein, by steady industry, most of their sher ished anticipations would have a pros pect of being realised. In many cases seekers after new pastures resided in other districts afar off, and in not a few instances were married men. There fore under such circumstances it beca...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Our Cable Service EIGHT PERSONS MURDERED. Rome, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

OUI. afl8 io Srvio0 (RUTeIn's TELEGSIAM.) EIGHT PERSONS MURDERED. Rome, July 14. Sinimone Pianutti, a miller, of Brcin on Monday shot dead eight persons, including a doctor. tihe town clerk, the toivn clerk's daughter, ri priest, thel priest's bed-ridden 'mother, a shloe maker, and finally his own brother, who was working in the fields and tried to disarm him. The towsfolk were seized with panic, and barricaded themselves in their houses. The maur derer held the town up for 3b hours. Pianetti then escaped to the moun tains. Ho recently compelled his father at tihe Ipoint of the revolver to give him £800. London, Tuesday. Unionists anticipate a dissolution before November owing to the dilli culties the Government is likely to encounter over tlioe Irish problem and the differences in the Liberal part)y i" connection with finance. It is oflicially announced that Liberals scout the idea. Mr. Austen Chamberlain has leon returned for West Birmingham unop posed. The Amending Home Rule Bill...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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A WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

A WATER SUPPLY. To.the Editor. Sir,-Tlhe two greatest movements for the prosperity of the town now on. gaging the minds of our people are the provision for a water supply to meet the necessities of the shipping we are looking forward in the near future to grace our pier, and the electric light ing of the Borough from end to end. This latter will receive attention di rectly, and as our gasworks are entail ing fearful expense to the ratepayers, a large portion of whom will never re ceive any benefit from them, we will have to face the position if we wish to be considered a progressive town. I submitted a water supply scheme at the last meeting 61 the Council, which I regret to say was not favorably en tertained. It seems strange to me that so little consideration was shown .such an important matter, especially as we have been expending no end of guineas to get reports from analysts as to the quality of the water that we thought would suit our purposes. . It now appears to me that this...

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CORRESPONDENCE It is to be distinctly understood that we in no way identify ourselves with the opinion expressed by our correspondents. A GROSS INJUSTICE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

CORRESP unu?DEnC . t15515 be distincUtl understood that we 5'r u .r . detifsoij rseles wit& theopinion xpressed by our c.rrespordents. A GROSS INJUSTICE. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I was astounded on reading in Slast Thoasday 'e issue an account of .ue poceedings whic took place re tlhe i the matron of the hospital at tehemeeting of the b ard of manage hment A more shameful exhibition of one-sided preference, amounting co gross inustice, than that which took place ,ould be diflicult to imagine. It is really almost incredible, if the facts were not before us, that such an action could take place in, the enlighteced twentieth century. It is of the nature of what one might expect to read of in the medieval ages and in the dark days f? the Inquisition. Who is managing ito hospital at present m Certainly not the board. The members are the mere puppets of one more skilful than they areeone who pulls the string which sets them dancing every time, without diflidenco and without shame. At...

Publication Title: Portland Observer And Normanby Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

ITheumatism. r· NDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Nino years ago I was a great :sur serer from Rheumatism:., being laid u;) icr three weeks." writes Mrs. .:lizu beth Bray, of CoarohI et., Quar ry 11111, Uen S d'go, Vie. A:ter try ing several r o nl ediej with1 little or ito Iln , proveinent. I decided to try Dr. Morse' in I.dlla It Root Sills. At 1 r . :. .. ,. ithat period I was bad i£?oacr, having to hobble about with the a?slgtance of a walking stick, when able to leave my bed. The etlect of Dr. hlorse's Indtl;uan Root Pills was mtoarvellous, tand my recovery wans rap:d. I only used half a bottle cf Pills and became myself once rtone--restored to plerfect health. I ;till a woman r utsually vigorous heal.hf and am a great believer in your remedy. My husband Ialso has falth in them for relief of liatclaclhe and Kidney Trouble." Dr. ltorse's Indian tRoot Pills proved ef~ective I?ecause they drove tile Uric Acid out of the system, purified tilhe flood, and a'.ded in tile digestion and a.iiltfi...

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THE HOSPITAL SCANDAL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

THE HOSPITAL SCANDAL. (To the Editor.) Sir-As a muember of the R.V.T.N.A. I feel called upen to take up the cud eels in defence of a fellow member of' the association regarding the scandal that has 'ate!y be=n perpetrated at the phb'ic ho'pita!. The people of Portland must tither be intensely phlegmatic or ignor tnt to allow such an act.of in justice to go unnoticed, or to allow Matron Correy to depart unjustified in their ry's. It i. not often that such a slur is cast upon one of the noble pro. fession of nursing, and in this case it is. I feel sure, misplaced. I cannot understand how a committee, with two fministers and a solicitor in their num her, could allow such ungentlemanly treatment of a woman. Such arbitrary treatment would not be meted out to the merest probationer in any ore of Our large city hospitals were she guilty of gross Ilisconductor negligence. She would at least be brought before the comruittee and given a chance to justify herself before being asked to send in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

SPECIALLY FOR LADIES. I he "Natura" Health Coy's lady represent ative, Melbourne, regre's that she was un able to seoall her many callers at Portland Those disappointed at not seeing her and other .ladies who health is causing thenm anaxity, are reminded that the "N.tura Health Co. is able to treat patients equally as well through the post as person ally, as that the Company will be pleased to advise theam from Melbourne regarding their health. No charge whatever is made for such advice. On receipt of 2d. postage a valuable Health Guide for womoen and girls will be sent free. Address Dept. CLt, "Natura" Health Co 49 Elizabeth Street. Melbourne. Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, I/6. INSPECTION OFIFUIT A.\D VIG E'rTABLES. -Mr. J. Tooheoy has been appointed inspector for this district under the Fruit and Vegetable Packing and Sales Act. Shopkeepers and others are wvarned that fruit and vegetables dis" played for sale must be of an equal quality to thatt shown on ...

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BISCUITS AND NURSES. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

BISCUITS AND NURSES.' (To the Editor) ai " she is eauch a good nurse "hy did ?he come to Portland V" The 'lteraecee at a public meeting of a oscit baker make tne wonder doea he 0hk upon his 'biscuits as second rate, "B he ? glad for Por:land people to ouy them, though if.they look 'a car n0_ they will iBd tbeysdo not get full eghoti 16 ozs.. 0 O Ilb.. Now,t a e good eSee .Rives far more thanlf1 oz. to lb., -bougb only fleeh and .b!uod, like - navvy, whab would her emp'oyer say if she was to ktock: off after working eighb buurs? As we seem to have a good and conscientious nurse in our present matron why should Portland not retain her services 4 Portland looks for and expects the best, whether it is nurses or biscuits.-I am, yours truly, 'BY "5iEIR FRUITS YE SIIALLKNOW THEM.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

* !... Ai":":? ': i? ; hen's ,ilAY, 19th July, -"%.',.'''L rrmulihael will preach imorn !*e* ^ . vc niiing. _ S. .; Baptist Church S - SUN DAY NEXT. Prealcher-Pastor II. Iloulter. " Soc'ial ULnre-t : It.s Core." LOST. ill PoIrtland, nickel-platletd motor tailLAMI'. RIeward. Finder kindly acturmn to Dr. Slconian. LOST-St'l ut utilt bay piony inaileabolut 14 ?ands, clipped liumIe i eward for infonrlation I.alpinlg 1o recovery. Fredl l)oyle, Cape lBI'idgawrtcr. A RTIFICIAL Flowers, tridal WrVe'atl s * &c., nlade by Mrs. A. E. lnaugle lole. - Orders left it Mitss i ealew/cdiue'.; *raiteer, I'Prcy atrceet. tITANTED, for Christian Brotleris. nirce lt holse, with 6 or 7 ledronlh. dur ing Xlaia halidays. F. Mairsiall & Co., 1Centianck street. _ _ .. .. G OOD ItAKERS. lIiprover waiting eagagqaaaeut. Apply " Coloni:al," IY:ltUacedale. ____ ___ r IORI SALE - Second-lnhanl .ilaker, Sneiurly new. Apply W. Sinnot. Fetd a;rl Coflic I'Palaicc. OIOR SALE, a GIO. Apply at thi oait.. _...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

'W. HEME R S. COAICHB3UILDER, General Blacisnmith,Wheelwright & Horse hoer PE .ROY STREET, PO;LTLAND. or ft begs ta thik his numerous patrons for their iib oral . .portln' "%' n di 1' a?t , bh" C1 1 I e1 . l1'fi:i ,i )ii?rIi' tat ib will hi astlant aim teilr con.loaaoe .by do;. uoiformly good work. Now a-1l Seound:-h1a:l - Biogtos.always on Hand. i unsmithhig Done, and all kinds of Agricultural Implements Repaired " Careful attuon ionl geor to tho tyroing of wheels. i : E timatesaiven for all repairs, if required. S' oo-Shooing Strictly attondod to. p ,;fic of all 4lsoripJo la gt Rpsirod1,raintaddand renewed. lnluglh Repaired lado Lightest draught. 'Y f' ttyouref. ARD BROS. iueo ruae eand rrot tg, Yumpl IIty uria reat thae dtienc arty ot?er--nothlng to get out of order. Pounrs chlreper than othter We pay freight to your sttion- fluarartee every nnchine--and let pro yout Ave it oi ebse terms. .rite for illustrated Catalog-post tree. rchtone of afll mtkes repacren c anec ies a...

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TYRENDARRA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

TY-lRENDnAtuA IE ICIIANICS' TNsrITUTE. -The opening of Lthe Tyrendarra Me chanics' lnstitute,.which took place on the night of July 8, proved to 'be a gread success, in spite of the fact that it, was one of the roughest night's expe rienced for some time. Cr. Devlin, with a few appropriate remarks, opened the building and gave the coinmittee en couragernent to go on and improve the buildiug and surroundiigs. The Hey.' wood Minstrel Troupe, who gave a first-class performance, was greeted by IL packed house; indeed many having to be content with standing room inl the porch and doorway. The ball that followed was also well attended, about forty couples taikiig part. . 'le rmusie, which was supplied by Messrs. Taylor (2),'Quick,. Sharrock arnd Millard, wras danrced to the echo. Supper was pro vided With a lavish hand by the ladies of Tyrendarrn, and altogether a mroost enijoyahbleilight was spent. Tlio tak ir?gs it the door amounited to almost £20. IHolr;Foeu MHrouriAt LrNs CoN\iNcr lxs...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 16 July 1914

Bereavement Notice. T I Iulielatives of the late Mr. Frank B. Reglen desire to tender their sincere Thanks to their many kind friends for their expressions of yllnjprthy, floral triuttes, cardsl, iand telegrams received dluring their recent sad bereavement; also tlhanking Rev. Father Cain, Messrs. C. and S. Cathels, and the employees of the Shipping Ollice, President and Members of the Port.land Wharf Labouierns' Union, also Messrs. Rallph Tuck, Stephenson, Staghouse, and ]Edrich for :their ready assis tanlce. lb _bsrumt U SDAY JL , 1914 'I'HURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914

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NEW OSTAG RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

?ILWi (CrC.G IAAIES4 i1111l3 y II'" Ig1I In tlYIII, CI.III1' iII forLCO (In ll~ 1lhI'II. Ie )r rduo rc~rllee file tIClle f l~lW:- l1111 .(k 'Illr DCIC ipi 0171 C1114id 81 (YN WEA 'IJI LeJltlr id,"rt Ir 1. z 1. bel~lc e ll~l :I" ).l.nR IIIC I1~ I1IIILird.fIt I ll e ::li 111.1 kijll~l If. III. Ar 1112111, i' jIŽI4 11.rl 'I 1 '114111 111 IIi (11' 16 : I i Ir 2~ i2.. ONHIHA I'",(~ '~~l33 1).

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PORTLAND TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

PORTILADD TELEPBQNj BUREiAU. 'IlcN,,u115 I liil ;rlRR,,h. Addit,,,n "f'luw,, Cu nvurun in.J amiuu. I)vcdil Jii 9 Uiiiit I8R V( II'lilhllll , 18 Id Ia Ct',,uii I ld 6d Iligrliy s 9 I~R~R~d a lEd ll,urkhRRI. 13 lid II iitliIl (Rfl IRR 9R Iln Wad ,1 li li\R, IRrri R IIR licl KiR liiiRI 8 lid lal:,, IRliLu 18 l1d I li iIR;~iiRRIiRRRR ly JId Ia AIR(RR. Ri. I'riX,4, 1' lid uutiZ (iii ~i~,r Ia 11 NRIuR ld lid lau 1 lid IyRR~ RR id (RI FRC frc.- )RR.farrgorr CI onfry (Iruin dirtIn t ri (p ARR.' f111 l. i il 12 iii li( if li 1. 11

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

..; M -,ý14 _6?; i ?.. 4.. .?:. W N E 1,.. AiY'7,!m ik iGI-- -ýl 4- ., .·1 ' .: ::.--- -; -77 . . . . - :T ." :? ' . ?Vt -7 1I TY. T H E. i".: :/ ,/: ·- ·I : . ....irar ains n priDeaetments .............. i7 :\ - ::,, -- ."" , * ~ Bargais.fo thefo /I.. Millinery Dept:.,!- "LadieS' WInterCo We are. Millinery SpechalietS - ?. -it a 1 Specia line Waditer- -I F-r to 3 7s6tM , .O'?- edies IN to'he% i gres..and L eo a ''~· .,'?:?' ·eos),... - -" Ready to .vea . Fel o ar.. . ait /6 of oar stock: eq.ally .reduced.' i .e.., roo. . Crave ete -el. . .. ..... ...'e.42cr reduce& Se prices ...----~ . de .~w~ Csii~.... .1On -,... , iLadie wih' hiak -atii collr 'iii cuff "" oDiori ts .Co stme ae por aCoats, a c r o ,' / Team 1Sets, wee'sS o . i r " ' . . C9 - f; pot oa S aH coj fjioIfii'i/ qu Z t 1. ,,x-ea ets, Vý `6 dF. ý.Fi f 6 6s 6d. Pickle Jars,.Suga. Jars wenr Is and is 3d, now 10%d Large Assortment of Orna iments, Is:ands3iid, now,9d A large Assortmenti Crockery, all greatly reduced; ...

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Postal Arrangements. REVISED TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

Icstal AnatIncP(Lti ,r ale or ti..e undt rmenaat. d n, lC Iei aV Ha at, u.rtlaudJ as follow: ihalt a ii ld, hlid. 7.,0 n ar 0..n.. . i., n m 711 .?.'n. a : " 1r.'at ... 7.. 7 0 a n 7 ..a n ., .0 am . . n..)on ). I &I 0,tau.Tholum. L. 7.0? a 7.50 m ,.70 anl '. a.. I..t I w.?Lrtou ... 7.50 a, u, t .,U a rm ".?;0 u 7. ; .,4 ,n, ;.i( a to aa fldg . .. . I ... Cockatoo Valley **] LN, rth '.ortlail.) 8'50 an n. . C odrington .. i 7 a a.. 1. ' an .0 , m nu r.ioruic ... --7.. 5 am 7.60 am 7.50 a n l';,5 0, I ?.:; : n, , (iLucala ... -. .7.50 am 77.I 0 nsm a n ira' '3' 7oiartouar. ... 70 . 7 am . Jrik l •k . j .. I : 0 n?. smilton " a.i m 7.50 3 n (a n a n, .'' 70 a , i .L ...ll _i L~r T.SU a n: :.',0 a m 1.50r, nd7 ,,'l, , LU,:ywood .. .- 7O in .0 7 ,S0am ' 0 a in 7,Oan m 7. 0 m IKat bruck... . 7.50 am 7. n lC llridg.wat'rl 9 a n9 n n: ,:hour -t . . 0 anm 7.SOarn 7.50, rIan T.( t..I Mi...Ijin ... '" 1... 1. ,,0af a7.50 nl7,0 7.5 0 a 0 n'750 n ' .-. I'u l m 7.50 .. r7 !0a a o.50a 70 ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

THEY SAY IiThit thie dathil is announced of Mi;. liclriid Cla'. o0ne of tihe oldest resi dents of Victoria, who dii:dl at I)unolly on Fl:iday, aged 80 HIe WIas a native of Sunderlnid, ).hai;n Einightndt aind arrived in lMelbourne with his parents in October, 1810. Foi so nyeli slihe lived at l'ort;land, and lio aiftcriwards sliit some -tilno atn Mt Ganbie': He armrived in Dtinlly 441 years iigo. That th :liflo Clbh annual l miet.ing will be held in the Oeidiil.1y Deoni oi the 24th. . .i T ; tl hre lis i i ii disila3y :;ofiEpjie's inf Mr. i . TI Bcnnett's 'inudow wen duiing the past season by thle ]idies in the Soial AiulUasmentsei Rifle Club. That a Sha'i toii hiitchlir had on view omi F?1idiis?l~ it Sllhoritlion·i hiiifoe lired on th o'..kebln River, which weighedl 1040 lib. :Thisis the heaviest heifer ever seen on thu GoulbUirn al hey. - Tliot lMr. :i'ant is giving:i :piatime. show oil the 29th, in.st fortihe Por t hind Statoe school .?Tlie ticklets: will be sol'd by; the shliool ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

EOW TO AVOID a WREEE. A tiny leak in a big ship cmn easily be stopped if taken in timne, but if disregard ed it will overcome the mightest vessel, and drag her beneath thie sea, there is no saving hler. The same, exactly, with kidney trouble. If doctored at the lirst symptom the cure is an easy matter, but if allowed to go too far the system will be hopelessly wrecked, This woman gives some useful advice on the subject: Mrs. T. Moore, Albert Street, Port Faitry, says:-"Some years ago I had a serious illness, and ever since I have suf fered with ,ny back. I always had sharp pains in tlhe srmall of my back, which made me irritable anrd miserable. I could scarcely get about to do my work, and during the day I would often have to lie down. It was agony for me to stoop, and I had hIeadaches, and always felt tired out. At night I could scarcely turn in my bed, and got very little rest. I saw Deoan's Backacho K'iney Pills advertised a-nd sent for some. They did me good right away, and in a...

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Our Cable Service LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser — 20 July 1914

0kr, OaDlo sarvicO (R1viria's hT8LEGIiLAI.) .LONDON, Satliy..di.. T'''li .nikiavl rivieow, it:Spitliead wtas ini imnposingl siglit; ' ": Th aiccumulated lines co?vered fortyiniiles., The oflicers and:. ciows nill?btuied:' 80,000. The ieropaj iltail: tlect.:bicled aoos'o the yes. sals in ia :ondeifil l::ianc.i. It was i" VYbnice like dd(l iligha.n ' Tlihe lat s aeables siigg ests that the preseinti afIltosphere.6' is .niiekii for a settlmeant'of tlhe Ulster problem. '.:. rE::lx r.iidltnt l:luIC?ta is leaving iexico fin EULopi.. Geiieral Carranta, th loadr;Idr of thoe :Coistitiotionists, do ails the uncdiitioitial itlsuicndelt of [hl e ta's i.iy.i - . - .,Mris. Daito, C:a unienhii lii?cbten in (liefcd at NIw :oi'k fore the man sl he r, f Mris. Biiijly ih the first degre Bad?al adllowi:ed h.l 100,000. I1ISH HOME RULE. L.. . ' "LOSiii; ""tuday. TIL Tiporial Cahbin3t yesteidiyspent t"io l'' irs dliseiassin., the Aulmenling lHome Ri? ul Bill, and tlthen ad journed iuntil to dal, ,us Minis...

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