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SWAN HILL RAILWAY. MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE RAILWAY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

S WAN' IILL RAILWAY. I r i Ce F. op TI LE EXECLUTIVE COLMMITTEE o - ? .TIL. nI?AILWAY LEAGUE. , A meeting of the executive committee' ? of the Sandhurst, Eaglehawk, and Swan IIill Railway League held on Monday morn ing. in the mayor's room, Sandhurst, ( the following gentlemen being present : Messrs Bayne (in the chair), IIolmes,KIirk wood, Jackson, Henderson (secretary), R. Clark, M.L.A., and W. and J. Jackman. After the minutes of the last meeting had been read and confirmed, Mr Holmes proposed that the members of the council should be on the executive committee, also that the meeting of same should be held on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. ; carried. Several letters of apology were read from members living at some distance from Sandhurst, expressing their approval of the work being done by the league. It was also re solved that a deputation consisting of the following gentlemen: Mayors of Sandhurst and Eaglehawk Messrs J. Jaekman, Kirk wood, Albrecht, and Henderson, secre tary, wait upon th...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SELECT POETRY. THE CHILD'S INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

S. ,,ECT POETRY. TILE CHILD'S INQUIRY. Oh, what are those white flakes falling So soft through the silent air That spread o'er the brown earth's bosom A mantle pure and fair? And where is the home, dear mother, Of the feathery, beautiful things- Are they white star-flowers from heaven, Or down fromn the angels' wings ? Has the far-off world above us Such wonderful Eden bowers, WhEre bloom bright, silvery blossoms And diamond leaves and flowers ? And why, mid the dazzling shower, "Do some tiny flakes seems driven Far back on their earthward journey And soar then again to heaven ? Ah! my child, this world's too dreary For such tender and glittering things; We catch but a glea'm of their brightness. And the flutter of dove-like wings, Ere they muelt away from our vision, Like dreams and misginings. Tis thus with the Spirit's loilgings In the whispered song it sings ; We strain our ears to listen And catch the joy it brings, Yet hear, mid the solemn stillnesu, But the rush of its silver...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, 19th June. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

EU'RO PEAN TELEGRLMS. : .- - Lo.vnox, 19th Jmi . - After considerable discussion, the con ference has decided to admit Greece, thus recognising her importance amongst the European nations, and giving hter a new status amongst eastern communities.. The step was much opposed by Russia. But little is known of the proceedings at the sit tings of the conference. The admission of Greece is a favorable augury for peace. LoNDOx, June 20. The Congress sat for an hour and a half to-day, and decided to admit Greece to a hearing, but not to vote. The Congress then adjourned, and will probably meet again on Friday. Work in the Lancashire mills has been resumed. The Australian Eleven commenced a match to-day at Lord's ground against an eleven of Middlesex. At the close of the day's play the score stood thus : Australian Eleven, first innings 165 Middlesex, lirst innings.... p... 122 Los?os, June 21. In consequence of the difliculty which has arisen in the Congress in reference to the limits of Bu...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday. 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

LATEST INT'ELLIGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAP?P . (FROI OCR OWS COREE'PONDENT) Sandhurst, Thursday. 6.30 p.m. Londoer cablegrams of yesterday state that 200,000 Russians are close to Constantinople. The opposing forces are assuming, a menacing attitude The situation is becoming critical threatening a renew? al of war. Iussian officers in Turkey ire or dered to send home their wives. Tha Turkish Commissioners at the Congress are dissatisfied to evacuate Varna Australians versus twenty-two of Birmingham. Australians Ist innings 104, 2nd one wicket down for 56. Birmingham 1st innings 126. Jupp arid Barret playing with the Birming ham. English harvest prospects improving. Two vessels slhortly leave Melbourne for . ew Guinea, and go round Calpe Moresby Sandhurst share market firm. First King, Chester, Richmond, top weights for Melbourne Cup. The proposal of the Government to purchase the Hobson Bay Railway is generally approved of.

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

DUIRHA3 OX. foot, OUe OW. EORRESPONDENT) TQEsDAY, June 25, eapestion contained in your leader lalt Friday's issue on the suLject of ?rLay extension to Kerane. does not Ot with much favor here. The opinion :tnnlly expressed is, that supposing the iple in the neighbourhood of Durham l aoreed to the proposed branch, it is 'r:e than probable that they would.have bail for it for years to come, and they Lefer to stand or fall by toe Loddon tley route. We are rather amused than *Lerwise at the confident tone in which 'iereang friends talk of the adoption itlhe Terick route, and we are rather or;zled lo a reason why the Kerang tcple rhould be at all anxious as to which lt te in the chosen one aince all agree tL?. `ran: shall not be left out in the td:. We give fair warning that we are i lo be left out either, and that no ef 'l -ill be spared to secure the adoption Slineo proposed by the Loddon Val. Le ueu. I am glad to find that the :e ofBoort &c. have decided to give Kupport to the...

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VICTORIAN HUMANE S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

VICTORIAN IIUIANE i The medals awarded dursi year by the Victorian [humane presented at a public meeting The occasion was looked fo exceptional interest, it being the hero of the Loch Ard di be present to receive the gold society for his.courageous cond before the hour appainted fore proceedings, the Town hall crowded, and several lhundred unable to obtain admission. hi the president of the society, prei Mr Wilks conducted Mr Tho to a seat on the platform, the standing meanwhile and ch siastically. After the applause had sul'b& The chairman said they had mc to present medals and certifials men, boys, and girls foractsofh acts of bravery and devotion ; all admired. (Applause.) Sir Redmond Barry, who wm tically received, said he act gratefully the honor which tic semblage had conferred upon ti reviewing the history of the Rotl Society, he advocated a know0h. art of swimming,and concludedd out the claims the Victorian Society had upon the sympatL people. (Cheers.) Sir Redmond t...

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BOWER HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

BOWER HILL. (Br oua TBAEL.ria RaEonTza.) Lovers of romantic scenery may sometimes feel a little disappointed in the general sameness of the appearance of this district. By romantic scenery is, generally understood rough and hilly land, where rocks, from the fan tastic way in which they seem to have been tossed about, give different 'as pects from different standpoints. All other kinds of scenery are considered taite in comparison. On these wide plains there is a total absence of such scenery, and lovers of the picturesque must seek them in our forest groves. Even then 'many a one can see no thing but trees of various kinds, and then only notice them from their value in a commercial point of view-their value if rer-'--'. or the expense at tendant"oo ' .iLr clearing. Yet the lovers- of n5.5.' an see plenty to ad mire, either qeld 'variety of the speci mens, the varnL. colored foliage con trasting with each-. ther and their pic turesque positions."..Such spots, it is true, are not comm...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

LOCAL LAND' BOAXD. A Local land Board will be hold in the aUt On.se on Friday (this day) 'when th following applications wib dealtwith: J B Crellin pKeatngOG, part of J Clayton's p9 aterstrom Kerang 40j, adjoinipg pre Sious selection on-wrest side . , . Forth Yarrawalla 319a,; adjoinin'T Haley Stn eLoddon 294a, E'of Langford's 19th W Longford Loddon 319a, N of Tulk's p Owens Mol,ga 319a, situate between J ---" -'n and J E Wood's A Inglis Murrabit 6a, N of and adjoining pre D elurrabit 112a; E of J Byron's block and adjoining J f Donald MsrTabit 207a N o \ W .t ahos 19th see - w Jls an Castle D)nnigton 240a, S of J Nicholson's bloc' and Little Marray W WhitSel.1 Dartagook 320a, N of HB I 3l, and adjoining gma iG talty Dartagook 320r, N of D. altDilty artagook 1!90, N of Whitfield's soletion " Jhn II-ley Dartagook.320a, IN of and ad joining Carrican a 9th see Henry Ilsley Diltagook 220a, between Wool - h R-i-orve, Reedy Lao, and main road Henry D mith Laghur 319, S ofW Jilbys. ~lecrll...

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THE LATEST IN SEWING CHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

TEII L:ATEST IN SEWiL? CHINES. The last novelty in domesti . comes from Vienna. It is a chine which does not require a! ment to work it. Since, for sons, the application of elh or water power was impossibl, tor of the new machine was gravitation or elasticity, and hb the latter force, has contrivea springs strong enough to lw dinary sized machine in hours. A system of cog-wheel underneath the surface of the which the machineis fixed, and at the side the spring is wos greatest facility. The velo the machine works is entirely at of the person using it, and gulated at libitum and in t manner.

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ART UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

AliT UNIONS. The Spectator again reverting ,to the forthcoming Art Union in connection with St. Peter's Church, Eaglehawk, says that in a shamefaced sort of way the Church of England MJessenUer defends the notorious "Art-Union" by which the incumbent and committee of St. Peter's, Eaglchawk, are trying, for pious ends, to fleece the public of .£5000. " We should have entirely cofl-,irred in our contemporary's indigna tion," says the Messenger, "had the facts.of the case turned out to be in accordance with his suspicions. . . We are glad to' be able to state upon authority that no eva son of the Gaining Statute is contemplated by the Eaglehawk committee. The prizes are not money, but paintings; and the value of the paintings is established by a conclusive guarantee." What sweet and blushing simplicity is here. To" find in this unbelieving world such verdant trust fulness is absolutely touching ! It soothes one like one of Beethoven's sonatas. The prizes are not money, oh no ! If any o...

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CORRESPONDENCE THE MECHANIC'S INSTI[?] TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

CORRESPON DEr TE: MEC1ANIo's Is To TaF.EDITOn 07 T E E Sir.ýome two month, o heldfor.the prpose of formno Institute, a committee was form. L tees were nominated. Later we t several grants of lnd bad been Mechanici lustiiutc, then sub canvasld for, every day there ! 1 rge euns having been given, t, then anothcr. Then came rume?an bles being likely to aris as to wI be the ehosen eite most suitab e h? rets lof the In-titute or m geous;to the donors of the slat want to arrive at Mr Elitor is whe rumors cease and when shall w, sonip? tkngible fact in c nnction . fair4 i the Mechanic' Institute. i ,wuceoals*nary for a committe't.a -get'iombtt port of their meeting ]Hare thih.ad a meeting at all meantin l'he public are quite in I~ to wha s being do!:e, and to ehi to be do i. If this eommittee ari. g wake them up with your powerful my humllb opinion it is Bimply a c that wo ?a now (t ese lon- g : - without a reading room or ea ppe: t Pep 1 ..I * r....., .,.,. wvants to be tken posees son of...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

GOVERNhMENT GAZEZE.' The following information is taken from last week's Gazelle:- Applications for licenses approved : P McGovern, 311a, Goddon; A Lagogi- I annis, 320a, Kera ng; . Davies, Bogs ; J Or~uikshank, 320a, Budgerum West T Bed?n,-228i, Macor0 ; J WyVse, 50a, Castle Donnington; D., MoLenna, 320a Gannawarra ; J Bohen, 320a, MDeering; G Falkner; 320a, Oastle;Donnington; M a Keane, 17 "a, Boorti;j effer, 160a, Bens jeroop; J Lagan, 301a, Benjeroop; R Hastings, Castle Donnington; E Pye, 2701a, Castle Donnington; M M owler, 320,; Bridget Hynes. 320i, Tragowel D Fitzpatrick, 320a, Murrabit; J McKee 320a, Miirrabit; T McLean, 320a, Castle Ponnington; M Peacock, jun., 320a, Gannawarra and Kerang , Kate Harkler, 320s, Tragowel; W Pells, 320s, Boag ; F A Harper, 320a, Tragowel; A Mulh han, 155a, Murrambit; Margaret Drrim. mond, 261a Macorna.; J Thorpe, 242a, Macorna; A Bowman, 133,, Moran; P Salan. 30a, Benjeroop; D Scala, 320a, Dartacook ; P Slattery, 320s, Bogs; ?M Maher. 320a, Mu...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

1 AGRICULTURAL NOTEbS. A correspondent. of the X;ce1 Z iitig. ieisists upon the necessity of letting pig have access to plenty of moist sand or earth in some form or other, and considers that the system of feeding them almost exclurý, sivelyon skim-milk,meal,and such materialY, is responsible for many of the ailments of the intestinal canal so fresquently met with. He states that ailing pigs are often quickly restored to health by simply putting a trough of wet sand in their sty, and re commends that a supply should always be kept there for the inmates to help them selves ad libitunm. Pigs roaming about at large consume a , considerable pro portion of earth with the various acorns, roots, larvae, etc., that they grub up, and *they should not be deprived of it when in confinement. Anyone may convince himself by observation that it is a natural want. If a sucking pig but a fortnight: old, that has never left the sty, be turned out into the open, it will at once begin to eat sand greed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

MEDICAL. DR. PARK'S iSELECTOR'S MEDICAL CLUB. SUBCCRIPTION 10s per quarter in advance. .Visits. 2s 6d per ml e ca-h. Operati ns, fractures, dialoc.tions, accouchments, &e., in cluded. Vaccination gratms. A quarter's subscribtion intitles to advice and medicine for self, wife, and family under eighteen at practitioneer's ledidence free of charge. Though chiefly intended for selectors anyone may join. CHARLES EDWARD GRAY, M.D. B chelor of Arts, Trinity College Dublin, Bachelor of .Medicine, Master of Sur Lery, and L:centiate of Midwifery &e.. Dublin, and LATE SUIGE:iN T, TIIE ROYAL NAVY. H AS commenced the practice of his psofes sion in the town aud sutruunding dis tricts, and can be cunsulted daily at Air Cul len's Kernug Hotel tc5rd GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. Epps's Break fast Cocoa. I ?Y a thorough knowledge of the natu . ral laws which givern the opera ci. n- of digestion and nutrition, and by a care f1l application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps ...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 25th June. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

STOCK IIREPORTS. Sandhurst, 25th June. iMonsrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report : --Fat Cattle.-721 yarded. about one-third of which were suited to to the trade. Throughout the market was the dullest we lhay had for it long time past. For only prime p113s was there any coopetition, and generally prices were lower than last week's rates. We quote beef 30s to 22s lid p,1r 10. lbs. for prime, other descriptions proportionately lower ; and have sold 192 heal mixed sexes, mostly good quality for tees=rs. 'fhos. :t:e, Lenzza, :ail, .liners, lHenderson, Crags, Burns, Finlay, Flarquharson J. Heil, Artmstrong, Pro:hiero, Lourie, L:tdson, and l[ewitt. Fat Calves.-72 comprised tihe supply, un.l as in the case cattle, sales were dull. We sold 17 for3Iessrs. Rtae, ltenderson, Hell, Armstrong, Plrothiero, Iewitt, and others front £1 10s to £2 1-1s. Fat Sheep.--7,S95 penned. Not more than one-half were offered to the trade, remainder stores and sold as such. No material alteration in late rates...

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EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

EAST' LODDON SIItRi COUNCII,. On Frid:sy the e3uncil met at the Shiro Hall, Serp?~tine, Crs. Hardy (['resident,) I). CGulLt, Gillespie, Edwick, Laird, l'otter, Lethlean, and lliatt, being present. Leikrs were read Fronm Cr. Ra?leigh, apologising for being absent from thl meeting. SFrom T. AMonsdale, of iaminarooka, ask ing the cnoncil to refund him the amounot of rates he had paid, as the IIuntly Coun cil hil rated him, his property being on the border ;: deferred to noet meeting. Froim II. Jelfsan, stating that the en gineer did not enable him to see the plans and specifications of the culvert near Wickhamn's. The engineer rema;rked that .ieffson could have seen the plans, etc., if he wished to do so ; no action taken. From II. Wrixoin, in reference to the action-taken by - S. 1). Priestly, to recover damnages (£250) for overllow of storm water onl his lanid in ,larch last, also stat ing that the shire engineer should attend the [Sandhurst. County Court, the writ being Sreturnable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

C WANTED. f - - ICK and -'H iVL aMEN WANTED. Apply I L J. KEAST, Temperance Dining Rooms, Kerang. SAlTED Parties to Tender for the erec Stion of Sale Yards at Mount Pyramid, for L. acpherson'and do., Plans a specifica tion tan be inspecte I at lr Thomas 'Watson's Pyramid Hotel. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. - b61 W A N T E D 'K NO W . SA qisrility of Galvanized Corrugated Iron slightly damaged, on Sale Cheap Lard Liame always on hand. KElNE-T RHiANDI' STIMBER YARD & SAW MILLq, cm4cn - High street, Sandhurst sW ANTED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorised AGENT in KERANG and District for the Celebrated SINGER'S Sewing 3ha hines. Shlutles, Ne'edles, Cottons, Oils, and Dupli cates, always on hand. Repairs done. Lessons given. Time payments. N OTICE. Macorna Annual Ploughing ' a t ch, rp~HE above MATCH will be held on Mr I James Sumpter's FARK, about one mi'e east oflr E .Davies' Saore, near Tragowle Woolshed, on WEDNESDAY, 10th JULY, 1878, when the follow...

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RAILWAY FROM EAGLEHAWA[?] SWAN HILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

RAIL-VAY FRO31 EAGLEldAi l IL SWAN liLL. Tboq-e'EBrron oFr rKE I'rn In Si',-Your leader in lmt we?k' ioI support of the above movemtnt, hob cepted with very geral favor in od the district, as poisesoino miay od bhowing why the inhabitants Iof io r and neighbourhood should co-open e R ty.0o3Ad, Trricksl and Keran; Iras: deavouring t3 obtain the sune. Tae 'has been frequently a.--d whly tIe^ Speople should .unite with th: Klairi Terricks Leagues in prefrrence to the 1 V1ldley Lagune. Thefirst point utminr sideration by the promoters wat-, i first route Tropo-id be the but aal ?o visabce one to agita:e for, ye, wast; t ansywer, for lat-Tac railw.y through l?yreo'. and Mitiunm districts, weoullia p locali iea long nad fully omcauied -??l ed, whose annual returns rf prm&la show thlit an immediate and steudy claims to a railway are far andadasnro any of the other routes proposed. 2nd.--That the proposed line could li throglh sou a to accommo1ate lb h th mu ads Drhiam 0O inbhitants...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

PROFESSION AL. SIR H. WRIXON, SOLICITOR, &c., OF TIIE SNEW SOUTII WALES socro?to FOR THOE SWA.I " IILL Stir.o: CorccLL), and a - 0.I11SI0.ER of theSTPRE3?E COURTS 0 Vic:oa. South 3Autraliatl. & New Zealand, " for Taking Atfidavits, &c. OFFICE--lPALL [AL.L, SANDIILTRST. In:rscoa- can be left with M3r. C. JE Al treh:, Kermng. = MRS A. SHELLEY, -pUPIL OF 3IR BUDDEE, BEGS to announcethat shegives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, ie .Terms moderate. HOTELS. KERANG 11OTEL. JOHN CULLEN,. PROPRIETOR. BEST WINtES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. J Goe. Acommodation for Travellers. Civility and mol":rate charges. J. W. TAVERNER,: COMMERCIAL HOTEL, B EGS to notify that through the large in creae in ituine-s he is now making largo .ddi:i:ns to his premise-, and will continue to sipp!y first class hotel accomnnodation. " BRIDGE HO TEL, UPPEII hEANG. D. M'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. Firt-cla.ss Accotmmodation. Gcod stabling. TheBes: Trads of Wine, andSpirits and Fi nat Ale an...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, JUNE 28, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

AND SwIas HIL, G.1ZErTE. resLISIEtD WEEKLY. KERANG, JUNE 8, S878. LitF AssU.ANCRe.- Referring to an advertisement of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, which appears in another column, we are requested to state tliat Mr Milburn is the present canvasser of the district, and Dr Park the medical referee" Mr Bristow, the agent, will give any information re quired. Foorn.LL. --- On Saturday last a scratch match was played between the members of the K1erang Club, when sides were chosen by the captain and secretary. which resulted, after a very close contest, iu a draw, two goals having been kicked for each side. Next Saturday (to-moribw) the club play the Cohuna Club on the Kerang ground, at three o'clock sharp, when the team will be chosen from the fol lowing:-Messrs G. Taverner (cap tain), T. Crowther (vice-captain), Agg. Ingram, M'Lean, L. Taverner, Jones, Wilkins, Penton, Griffiths, Healh ote, Nuylasy, Eleming. Jenkins, Sutherland, Malcolm, Maxwell, O'Connor, Gorman, Kennedy. Pe...

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