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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

DiOCit! smdl dnemeral EIcws Bkkhima Public School. — We hear that Miss Jane Bridge, a pupil of the above school, has credit ably pasBed the necessary examinations for admis sion into tho Public School service as a pupii teacher. Examining Stock. — A circular from tho Chiof Inspector has been issued, pointing out that o'.vners of stock that aro oiling must inform tho local Inspector, Mr. Jamc3 leo, not the bydncy head | office, aa delays and needless troubles is caused un- ? leas Mr. Yeo is apprised that such a report has been made. Tiik BnitiuwANG Roau. — Mr. J. Fitzgerald, Surveyor of Roads, who is acting a3 superintendent of toads in this district during Mr. Blomficld'a illness, interviewed a deputation of Burrawang re sidents on Wednesday morning last, with reference to tho cutting between Ginger's allotment and McGrath's corner. Mr Fitzgerald promised to give their wants ovory consideration, and would take fresh levels. — Utrahl. Cavalky Paieadi:. — Captain Walters notifieo tol ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Moss Vale Council. (Report of last meeting continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

iSHcsss VnQe- (Umoaaeill. (Report of last mcetUm continued.) Our report left off in last issuo at the point where Aid. Richardson desired information as to kcrbing in Arthur-street. He had noticed that tho gutter was three or four inches higher than the roadway. Ho mentioned it so Jtliat tho work would not have to be done over again and expense incurred. I Aid. McGregor said that M it wts unncessarv for I all this 'jabber.' Upon being c died to order by tho chair he persisted in his remark and said it wao 41 jabber, jabber, and nothing else.' At lust he withdrew the offensive remark out of respect to the chair, reiterating that it wao only talk and nothing else. The plans were there,, said Aid. McGiegor, aud there could be 110 fault found if they did not go off the plans and specifications. He knew wiiaj was at tho bottom of it. Those who objected made mistakes themselves. Every scabby sheep wants company. He had known and seen others that were shallow-headed and shallow-brained who...

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Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Letters. Everybody an J nobody writes letters nowadays. Worcad tho nowspapors instead. Thcrowill never bo another Charles Lamb, nnotlicr Lady Mary Wortlcy Montagu, or Aide, do Sdi'igiitf. Perhaps WO waste an much time an our (jrainlfatliers. hut wo do not waste it transcribing with a goosc-quill on a broad sheet tho gossip of tlio villugu for despatch With 'haato, liaate.' nt tho cost (to him or her) of 10(1. Wo take our draft, of :-u:Hidnl iij tho acid ink of tho eocioty colmnnn and pto^c per picas. Tho post*c-ird ami tho sixpenuy telegrams have substi tuted n curt communication for our forma corrcs . pondcncc, whilo breach-of-promiso makes tho modern lover chary of spreading bin '.ready soul on paper. Our wonderful postal facilities arc m the interest of the message, nnd tho red-coated Mcrcurv convey* the word. In typewriting, cnligraphy will loso the art of character, picturcsqueneas of commencement is already hnnifilicd, but tiicro arc still vital ingenuities in the tail of lett...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

DS Bl E V n A . Mr. \V. M 'Court, M.L.A., has donated £1 Is, and Mr. J. T, Haytcr lOa (id, to the liobertson Criclset Club. Mr, Geo. Lcfcvro, of Yarrungn, hasbeen appointed organist of tho Mount Asliby Church. Tho East Kangaluou C. C. ball on the ISth instant promises to eclipse all previous social entertainments notun bv them. The Rev. rf. U. Maedadc, the nowly appointed Wesleynn minister of the Robertson Circuit, arrived from Narandera on Tuesday last. An important meeting of the Robertson School of Arts will be held on Wednesday evening next. A parade of C. Troop (West Camden) Cavairy will take placc at Robertson, in review order, on Queen's Birthday. During tho last half year the Robertson Dairy Company lias produced 2-18, 7291ba. of butter, payihg an average price of 5d per gallon for mill:. Tho Cavalry Concert, which wa3 to have been held at the Carrington .Hall, Wild's Meadow, on Friday evening next, hns been postponed until about tho middle of June. Tho annual concert in con...

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Kangar[?] Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

USaiiiiKOE'co V'aSlloy. (From Our Corrcsaomh-iit.) Tlio Public celiool concert camo off yesterday ovoning under tho presidency of Mr. J. T. Macuire (teacher), very oueeesafully. Fire.-A ohed, tlio property of Mr. A. Morrison ot Uarrcngarry, containing about fl tono of hay nnd tno prouueo of 7 aorea of corn, waa burnt to tho - ground about 7.30 p.m. on Friday. Just aa tho Vlfllt.nrn f n ? ? ti- . ... « ' ... v,.„ „ „uu ussMiuuiing tno ttamo v?n Veoa, th,ro'Rh tlie from Kangaroo valley. Nearly all tlio family wero nbsont at tlio concert, and tlio origin of the tiro is unknown . Tho oiii ding eontonta wore ui-inonieil, nnd muoh svm patliy Ia expressed with Mr. Morrison in his loss. Barrengarry Dairy Co. pai.l 5kl per gallon for Sivcr LX.L™'?' KanRaro° VaU°y H Kangaroo tl,^^,hM mado ita aPP°«aneo among tlio oran -o-ti una at BurragoraiiR, near Camden. Tlio fruit, whc:i Vipe, lias ita oltins of a chocolate colour, and never iiuuiuca ita proper appcaranco. Aa far fruit appears to bo' unaf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Certainly the beat medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs,, cclds, in fiuenza ; tho relief is instantonous. In sorious cases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds , bums, fcaldingo, bruiaos, opraino it io the safest remedy — no swelling — 110 inflammation. Late ouprising effeota produced in croup, diphtheric, 1 bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, swellings. &a, diarrhoea, dysentry, diceace3of the kiduoyo and urinary organs. In use at hospitals and clinics all , over tho world ; patronised by His Majesty tho ! King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diplomatic Internaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to an approved articlo and reject all others. Public Notice. — Mr. Sihert, photographer, thanks the public for their kind patrouago, and regrets to inform them that hia studio will close in a few weeks owing to tho cold weather and his | health failing, and in order to work up all his stock and materials on han...

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Robertson. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Egotocrtson. AGIUCGLTURAL SOCIErV. The annual general meeting wan held iu the School of Arts on Thursday evening, but owing to counter attraction the attendance waa not as large as on previous occasions. In the absance of oil officers, Mr. J. E. Williams was voted to the chair. The minutes of thn previous annual meeting being adopted, the following report and balance-sheet was read : — ' lour committco in presenting the annual balance-sheet wish to make a fe.w remarks in con nection with tho working of the society during tho last twelve months. The twelfth annual show, which was held on tho society's ground on March 2ud and 3rd last was, we consider, a great success, both educationally and financially. Tho total number of entries was 2042, winch was by far the 'largest number fyet received. Every section was well represented, and the quality of exhibits i generally were excellent. Tho number of members | paid up on tho books show a total of 144— an in I creese of 25 on the previous ...

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Mitt[?]gong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

OaimScJpal ? (DotamclD. Tho usual meeting o£ this council waa held on Wednesday last. Present— Aid. Middle ton (in the chair), Dawon, Larkin, Mealing, Suowden ond Yiles. The minutes of previous meeting wero read and confirmed. COMIESPONDENCE. The Mayor (Aid. Kichards) sect an apology, regreting his inability co attend the meeting owing to illness. Aid. Mealing expressed sorrow for tho Mayor, and moved that a letter, conveying the sympathy of the Council, be written him.— Carried. From Aid. Mandelson, stating that he would not be able to attend the meeting through indisposition, and Aid. Mealiii' also apologised for tho absence of Alderman Draper, who had gone to the Clarence River for the benefit of his health. Prom Mr. J. Eiiider, Mittagong, as fol lows ' Herewith I enclose a cheque for £4 -is, Mr. Carc'ews' costs. Pleaso acknow ledge receipt of same. With regard to the tree on my property, which you suy is dan gerous, I shall bo moat happy to comply with your by-laws in regard to ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Small Dkbts Court. ! AnnM'Calluin v. 15. S. Rush. — Claim of £3 10s, repairs to buggy. Mr. Gale appeared for plaintiff. i Hector M'Calluin deposed that he managed the business for his mother, and tlut defendant had I ordered tho work to be done on his own occouut. I This was completed in tho beginning of February last, and notwithstanding that two or three written notices had beeu scut him, defendant had not yet paid for nor removed the buggy. He now- claimed £13 10a for icpaira effected, together with storage from 3rd February to 2Gth April, at the rate 'of 2a 6d por week, 03 ho had been considerably incon venienced through having the buggy in, his shop i cuch a length of time. j Archibald M'Calluin alao gavo evidence, stating 1 that defendant had ordered tho work to be done aud that he would seo it paid for. 1 In defence, defendant disputed the ownership of , the vchiclc. He said that hio father had promised to give him the buggy, but that shortly afterwards tho offer was withdraw...

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FOOTBALL. KANGAROO VALLEY V. MOSS VALE FITZROYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

FdDOTBAlili. KANGAROO VALLEY V. MOSS VALE F1TZROYS. [By Goal Post.] I ihc lirst match ol tbo season in this district was played on the Fitzroys* ground on Saturday after noon lai-t. The weather was nil thnt could bo desired. The attendance was very good, the fair gcx being fail ly well represented, and we have no doubt that an tho season progresses tho number of cpuctatorc will increase. Messrs. H. Osborne and J. Arnott captained tho Vallcv and Fit/.royo respectively. Winning the toss, the Valley captain elected to defend the eastern goal. Shortly after the kick o(T. which wa3 entrusted to W. Cullen, the ball wao c.inied over the visitors' liuc by Neich, who played a very good game, being always on the ball. The kick wan entrusted to Culey, who succeeded in placing a goal from an cany angle. Tho oval umq then talan intoFitzroy temtory, and after como fast play Osborne succeeded in getting a try for the Valley, hut the attempt at coal waa a failure. The ball was again kicked o(T, but...

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That Big. Big Drum.—(REJOINDER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Thut lHff., Wniiii.— (KEJoijfDmt.) I)oar '-Pilgrim V I;liavc vemi your ihyino^ ; About the Ariny!a Big Brum It'a bcatlnpf eeem« tlio only critno . . ; You chnrgo lis with— youwiah it. ilutnb.L ' YouM then forgive us nil tho rent?- . ' It would bo vulgnr, I .suppose, ^ Wcro I to answer Willi my thumb And fingers npread, upon my uoso. . , .v-i There's nothing stirs thorn like a diumr:^| Well beaten, bir, it dmws the beat.' ; - Besides dear film-nn' don't -ou Know V- ^ r That ether foll^; b'jat big^ big.druuis ?-f There's not a oireuy, penny bho.v»: , Or wandering ** \' iifjaljond' that cbmesj But lias its booming big, big drum. . - The Bands play out, with shriek and blaya^,i? ' And boom of cornct life ; ml drum, '' ^ Yet somo folks never fccetn to cate — — How, lone?'' or loud, tliey make things htinv . They rather like it — (now that's- rum - J Your Volunteers parade the. street ? Iu trappings'gay, to bua^ of drum ? ? ?, -, Yet nouglit but pleasant smiles thep mcot, While^we, we mee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Wxt Smtthteev. 1 * TERMS:: . ^ _ Subscription* 2/0 per quarter prepaid ; ,3/- if booked charged only from the time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30, Decembor 31 , at which periods only cart subscribers! decline by giving n wcelc'a noticc in writing-direct to the office— not through a local collcctor— aud paying to the then running quartor-. Ai)VBRTiSBMBST3-r-ot less than one inch, 1/- tor the first two lines and 3-1. per lino after j longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, raairiagcs, and deaths, if sent by post, must bo authenticated by the signature of some person known at tho office, or ihey will not be inserted. Advertisements will be rcucivcd up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. The number of msertious should be written on tho face, ov the advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Ordors for withdrawing, altoring, or chang...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

Special jMvertfflooomenDilrj. MOSS V h LE; IJpholaterer, Frcnoli Policlicr, Pioturc Framcr. l;c. A LARGE StocI: of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door ' Mats, &c., always on hand. Spring Roller nud Venetian Blinds, mado and fitted or repaired. 'COlMERCIAl BANKING COMPANY. Batabliohod 1834. Incnrpor.itcil IS IS. Head OCco :Gi:oitr,r. Strf.kt, .SynNi.y. ? o ? CAPITAL ? 'GGO.OOO RESERVE rUIID ? iiG70,000 Kksebvk for Equalisation of Dividknus ? 5150,000 Monoy rccci\'ivl at Interest anil nil other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, Masaoi:ii, ? LIOSS VALE BEAIICE. W, H, PALING ¥ car E«3EES13I,ii.lJj-Jia). ESTABLISHED 1833. INCORPORATED 1SS3. Sole Agents for PIANOS by Steinway and Sons, Julius Feurieh, Uoliel ami Lechlciter, Carl Kcke, The Victor, Tho Belling ; and for tho world-rcnov.'ncd ESTEY ORGANS and Booncy'o Brnoo Band Instruments. Cnivnraal Providoraof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Description. P...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 May 1892

v ? ? . Miscellaneous, At tho Parramattn Qaartor Ssasiona tlio Mayor of Liverpool ploadoil not qjuilty to' a- ohargp of havins mailo n fulsodeolnrationnt the last muu'oipal ulectiou at Liverpoo', The jury found a verdict of not guilty and n'ridfii- tli nt. clofoiHnnt lolt tho court without aataia oh his cliaraeler. Mr. Lovien applied for an ordor to prosecute Taylor for . perjury, but his Honor said that he; would not grant the order hurriedly, but would hear furthpr application in Cha'iitiers. ' * j The. total number of names on the Goul-f burn electorate list for 1892.03, vevistfd: at the court on Tueadiij'', is 2778, being an - increase of 208 over the number on the. last roll. ? ? ? Th 3 Q-ororn ment ? stil 1 - h ave . them Atter-of -- the formation of a Sick Nursing Ulaasrat,/ Mittagong ' under consideration.' The first meeting oi the Marulan Jnoltey Club will bo hold on the 2-ttli May (Quoeu'a Birthday). The programme consists of six , events, including the Alurulun Handicap o...

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Wild's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 20 May 1892

Willi's E3ea«low. The postponed concert in aid of the Pres byterian Church washeld in tho Oarrington Hall on Tuesday ovening last, when a very good attendance was present. In the absence of tho Rev. B. Berry, Mr, A. Duke Yongo ocoupiod tho choir. Tho following comprised the programme : — Overture, ' Adula Kidar Mazurka,' Mios Tildsley ; song, ' Tho Four Marys,' Mies MoKenzie (encored) : oong, ' Brothor'o Painting at the Door,' Mr. Huocoy (oucored); song, 'Kil- larnoy,' Mios E. Williamo (oncorod); oong, ' A Sailor'o .Lifo,' Mr. A. E. Brown (en cored); Gong, 'Monn,' Mica Tildsley (an oncoro was demanded but not complied with) ; soDg, ' Whon tho Kio comes Hame,' Mr. McKopzio (oncorod) ; oong, ' Quoon of the Earth,' Mr. Trnvia (oncorod) ; duott, 'Juanitc.' 'BJisboa Williamo; recitation, 'Tho Spnnioh Champion,' Mr. Blonoowo. Part II. — Overturo, ' Gallop,' Mrs. Tilds ley ; song, 'i Somo Day I'll Wonder Baok Again,' Mr, Hussoy (oncoro, 'Then You'll Rombembor Mo'); song, ' Tho Tar's Pare w...

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Berrima. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 20 May 1892

. Oerrim'a.. (F.rpm.Our Correspondent.) ' ^HnAtttrKEMORED.— -Wogio glad to notice that our.es.toomod townoman, Mr. John D. Armfiold, is ttgain ablo to movo about nftor hio vory ssvoro illneos. During the pact month ha had bean laid up with an illneoo that cauool much ensioty amongst his many frionda but thanks to a good cooctitution ond the uuremittine care of Dr. Lambert, com bined with tho, tender nurcinQ of Mro. Armfield, lie io rapidly rocovorin^, nnd will shortly, , wo truot, bo nb'.o to reoume bis wonted poaition amongst ua. Building. — It is with unfoignod plenouro wo stop to liat'eu to tho oound of the builder's hammer, as he plies his calling. Thoro is in tho cound of tho hammer and trowel tho omoio o2 progicca. A now building being erected and others being.renovated nil tend to chow wo aro steadily .progressing. During tho paot week tbo contractors for the repair of tho largo brick houno oppooito the Com morcicl hotel, havo boon very busy with their contract, and in tho ne...

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Bundancon. BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 20 May 1892

EiamHaiacca. (From Our Correspondent.) BAND OF HOrE. The Band of Hope hold their annual meeting otr ' Thursday evening, Tho Rev. A. G. . Stoddart occapicd tho chair. There waa a good attendance, the church being fairly filled. Tho following pro gramme was given hy children and fricnatf : — Recitations, John Bart-\n. Edmund Freeman, Amy Barton, Arthur Freeman, and Agnes Dives ; read inir. Bessio Buckland : duct, Sarah ond A ? Cookson, which wao very nicely rendored ; nolo, by Miss Cookson, which was undoubtedly tho gem of tho oveninc, and waa so appreciated by tho oudionco that sho had to respond with another. After thio dono tlio prizes wore to be given out, but ns tho ohlldren had not gaiued tho sufficient num ber of marks, tho chairman called upon Mr. Gambcll to explain, which ho did by saying that on account of some of tho children leaving tho Band of Hope, tho committee thought it dcoirablo to give ovcrv child a prize, an action which did not meet with tho chairman'o approval. T...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 20 May 1892

Official (Dorrcspomllence. In roply to Nr. McCourt's letter to tho Depart ment of Publij ;ln8truotiou, inviting attention to tbo objectionable position of tlio W.Ca. at tho Berrima publio school, and suggesting that addi tional land bo necurcd for play-ground purposes, the Under-Secretary otate3 that tho District Inspector reports that, in consequence of tho limited extent of tlio present school-ground, tlio W.Cs. canuot be moved to any other position than that they now occupy. Ho does not think that the water in tho well i3 contaminated, aa it is, as far as ho can iudt:e, of excellent quality, and tho teacher and his family havo not suiTored in any way from its uso. Mr. Suttor has, however, decided to eecnrn thrco acres of tho adjoining glebe land as an addition to tho school oitc, and tho Department a Surveyor has the matter in hand with a view to making the necessary survey at no early a dato as possible. Whon thio additional land io secured, now W.Cs. will bo erected in suitable...

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Robertson Progress Committee. A LAUGHING STOOK! (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 20 May 1892

. Robertson IPrograsa (Doinmaiiliteo. A LAUGHING- STOOK ! . . . fTo the Editor J, . Sib,—- On Monday night a mooting wao held at Robortoon to elect a progroao oam mittoe with tho result that oil who nttonded were elected. ly themselves. Thero arc only two, Robertson residents amongst- th6tn, tho local peoplo knowing nothing; of tho proceed ings. I know placao who:o u'H oloclion takes talaco and people ara led C»'i;-iL:o an intcroat . in ic; but it.naematcnipurG ::,ir.tr.ntur, no8 et mutamur in tilts in Robertcou.- To .have o ' '?'« representative' body uou-oloctod just on the advent of tho proposod visit of tho Minister for 'Worko, and tho succeooful bringing of tho railway beforo the Public Worsts Committee csamo a farce oufficient to Bet tho district all laughing, especially if they draw up petitions commencing ' We, the people ot Robortoon.' Tho people 'eleoted' I have no doubt have good.inten tiono, but it'o another instant of 'the square peg in tho round hole.' It is said that ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 20 May 1892

CHURCH OF EHGLAUD Sutton Forest ? lot and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd nnd 4th Sundays in tho month at II a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — 1st and 3rd Sundays m tlio month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion j overy Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Buhdanoon. — 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. : 0th Sundays in the month at lLa.m. nnd Holy Communion. Exeter — Wellies day ' (on or beforo full moon) 7.30, HoLLYTiionru (Cross Rondo — Thursday (on or bo fore full moon) 7-30 p.m.. — Rov. A. G. Stoddart; Bone Bong (Christ Church) — Divino Servico every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m.; Mount Aohhy (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrungn —Second Sunday in every monthat 3 p.m. All seats aro free. — W. A. Leoih, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Birrima, overy Sunday at 11 j second andfourth ? Sundays in tho month at 7. - itev. G. Shcppard, 13, A. Cr iss Roads, first and third Sunday at 7. 3&h Range, second Sunday at 3 Bclanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Sti.i'...

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