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United Friendly Societies' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

United Friendly Societies' Committee. Thero was a good attendance at t|l0 annual mooting of the above on Tl>ur. day evening, tho president (Mr. llobb Paton) in the chair. ' Dologntes reported tlmt tlio various sociolios had elected representative, follows :-O.Y.M S., M. Crowe M CafTrey, J. McEvitt; I O H , R. Mor^; * S. Bert rand, R. Farngher ; Oddfellows! a' ? a . A Conla,, A.N.A., D. Spring, I. L pn,(J" Paton. Tlio II.A.C.B.S. delegvcslmvo uot yet been Appointed, and tlio jotir iog dolrgfttPB continue to net, COUHKSI'ONDENfJK, I'rom Victorian Railways statinr. thab through nn oversight tho nmbu. lanco had been charged lull freight rules, and tlio amount ovorcharged w»s returnod Froin same stating that l|," trains from I'orb Fairy nnd Warrnnmboo! on Carnival day showed n loss of £2 H3 7d. l'Vom II. Nnnkervis acknowledging cheque for final payment of ambulance and thanking tho committee for prointi' tudo-Tho president snid tlio «mbu lanco cQsb £131 10s. A coachbuilder of reputo b...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Agricultural Society. A PROFITABLE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Koroit Agricultural Society. A PROFITABLE SHOW. Tho committed of the nbovo met on Thursday afternoon to deal with mab ters in connection with tho recent show. Thoro were prosnnt-Messrs. ?Jno. Gaoes (presidont), W. Crowo, R. , J. Oust1, J. J. Gleeson, W. Stevenson, W. Latta, D. Gorman, 0. Howell, W. Gooden, G. Patersnn, W. M. Tlirelfall, J. L. Paton, J. Miller, and Jno. An derson, CORRESPONDENCE. From Victorian Railways, intimat ing lliab tho revenue from special train was £18, and forwarding rebate cheque. From Constable M'Kay, stating that Cigarette, the hack exhibited in the 12st. class, and also for Howell's spe cial, entered by E. F.- Powling, was ? shown ab Warrnambool three weeks previously by Mr. P. U. Lock. Ho contended that tho exhibitor did not comply with rule 2, which states that exhibits musb bo the property of the exhibitor for at least one month.-Mr. Stevonson proposed and Mr. W. Gooden seconded thab Mr. Powling be called upon to make tho usual declatatiou. Carried. F...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. (Before Messrs Bourke, Stevenson a Downey, J.'sP. DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. (Beforo Messrs Bourke, StovenBon a Downey, J.'sP. DHBT. Executors Estate late Jno. Cleary, for whom Mr Duunn apponred, obtained orders as follows:-F. Hnddon £6 and los costs, M, Dawson £8 15s and IDs costs, G. White £1 10s Gd and 15s costs, J. Lewis 15s, OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. D. McGrath was charged with be having in an offensive manner in a public place on 9th Decomber, also assaulting Sanior-constablo Matthews in tho execution of his duty. Sub inspector Bennett prosecuted, and Mr. I I>unno appeared for defendant^ who plended guilty. Sonior-constable Matthews said on 9th inst he was passing the Itoroib hotel 25 minutes to 12 p.m., where defendant was knocking. Told him it was no use knocking as it was past hours. Defen dant followed him and snid he would find out who ho was. He caught hold of witness and asked who he was. Said ho woa St member of the police forco. Asked for his name and address, and witness said ho would have to find out....

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Bowling. TERANG V. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Bowling. TERANG V. K0K01T. The Koroit team played Terang on the tatter's green on Saturday. The gama re* sulicd in a win for lerang by 13S points to 63 The Koroit club, which has only started playing this year, showed very good form, and should give a very good account of themselves before the end of the season. Following arc the scores : TERANG. Rink No. 2-Bennett, Kipling* Jones, Richmond ... ... .«. 3D Rink No. 2-Main, Bradshaw, Garson, Tippett ... ... ... 35 Rink No. 4-Giles, Reed, Cochrane, Maurice ... ... ... 35 Rink No. 5-Young, Uocks, Burnett, Breton ... ... ... 29 Total ... ... - J3S KOROIT. Rink No. 2-Matters, Macfcie, R.Paton, Stevenson ... ... * ... 21 Rink No. 3-Barnes, Skilbcck, L. Paton, Pearson ...? ... ... 12 Rink No. 4-Brennan, M'Vicar, Tega nowan, O'Brien ... ' ... 14 Rink No. 5-Ecclce, Watt, Officer, Peters ... ... ... 16 Total... ... ... 63 A meeting of the committee of the Koroit club was held on the 3rd inst. Besides the president there were preseot-Messrs. Sk...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Belfast Shire Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Belfast Shire Notes. At tlic monthly meeting of the above the auditor (Mr. Baker) reported having completed the audit of the books and ac counts of the Shire for the year ending 30th September. The books as kept by the secretary w/.'rc in very good order. Only one pound book was produced for inspection, and that showed that 011 the 23rd July last 27 sheep were sold for the sum of £16 lis 6d. Against that amount the sum of £16 lis <xl was set out for deductions, but no explanation was given as to what the deductions were for. He wished to thank the Shire Secretary for the attention he had shown during the audit.-The secretary said the official re ferred to was the Koroit poundkeeper, and he is to be asked for an explanation. From A. S. Rodgers, promis ing to interview the Postal Department in regard Jo erecting horse posts in front of post offices within the Shire. From secretary Country Roads Board, stating in regard to the maintenance of main roads within the Shire, that...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. FOUR GERMAN SHIPS SUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

THE WAR. FOUR GERMAN SHIPS SUNK. News of a great British naval victory in South American waters was received on Thursday. It is officially announced that the cruiser squadron under the coi))maij4 °f Vice-Admiral Sir Frederick Sturdee had, on Satur day last, successfully engaged (he German South Seas Sciuadf-on under the command of Admiral von Spee, with results most disas trous to the enemy. The engage ment took place off Falkland Is lands. The engagement commenced at 7.30 a.ni, ancj §0017 the' German flagship Scharnhorsli fiersjsfer ship the Gneisenau, and also the light cruiser Leipzig, were sunk by the fire from the British war ships. The casualties on our side were few. Th.cre were some sur vivors from the Gneisenau and the Leipzig. Yesterday news was received that the German cruiser Nurnberg, whic1!' >vas being chased by the British, had also Ijgen sunk. There is great rejoicing through out Canada at the result of the bailie. It is understood that the Brgm'ejj a'utj the Ifar...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] To TJIE EDITOR. Sjh,-Among the many efforts which are being rpade for 'the comfort of' our troops who arc going t.o the front, not the Jeafct is the work the Y.M.C.A. is accQnjplisljjng. What this department is doing at Uroad meadows is known to those who have ' visited the camp, or have spoken to those who are there. That this work is appre ciated by both officers and men is well ; kno^n, in addition to the facilities provided for alt denominations to hold religious ser vices, there arc numerous comforts which would be otherwise unknown. Heading and writing material, concerts, "picture shows, ami very many other forms ol amusement are provided. 1 In addition to this, the association has placed equipment on nine of the troopships which conveyed Viutorfan men from ojir shores. This equipment comprised pianos, folding organs, phonographs,' booki ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Sunday Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Sunday Corner. By " RAIHATOH." Tito divine prescnco is strength to tho fearful, security nnd consolation in life, pence in dentil. Wo must not judgo nfter Urn sight of our eyes, nor net on wlmt is known ns our coimmiu sense. l'Viiih is led by very itnconiinon paths. Trust and obey. Wo shall never know llio real blessedness of living, it's ponce nnd joy nud strength, till wo iinvo ultorly surrendered t j Christ's suprem acy. Jesus is ever loading lis on to now nnd deeper experiences. Lot us believe that iliero is i Divine and deeper moaning in tho adversities of our lives. By disappointment nnd repented fnilure, by tho silonco of tho desert, wo nro tnugho that wo nro nothing-Ihnu God becomes Ciur nil in nil, and nil things boconio possible to us ns wo believo. Even if you unnnot sec tho Divinn manning, dnro lo believe it is thero. In times of persecution wo renliso tho security, nnd comfort nnd joy, which nrc in Ohrist Jesus our Lord. Before God can uso u?, He must bring us to nil en...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. WOOLSTHORPE. (From our own Correspondent.) Quite a gloom was cast over the district on Friday last, when it became known that Mrs Davidson had passed away. The deceased lady had been in her usual health until about a fortnight before, when she complained of not feeling well. Dr. Forsyth was called in, and although under the most careful nursing and unremitting attention she never rallied, and died at an early hour on Friday morning, .(th inst., at the age of 79 years. Mrs. Davidson was born at Aberdeen, Scotland, and with her husband came to Victoria in 1853. She was a resident of the district for the past 59 years. The celebration of the golden wedding took place in August, 190.), and the diamond wedding this year. By her demise we have lost one of our best and most highly esteemed residents. She was of a happy disposition, ever ready to assist in any charitable movement. She leaves a sorrowing husband and grown up family of four sons and eight daughters to mourn the...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamson, Strettle and Co., 300 Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows 2GD0 yarded. Stores'-Heavy yarding, and a slightly firmer demand. Prices in moat cases about equal to last) week. Porkers-A heavy supply, the bulk being of inferior quality. Prices for bast sorta were firm, other descriptions easier. Small and light 25a to 30a, medium anil good 33a to 37s, prime and heavy ,3,8a to d3s, extra to 4Gs. Baconrre-A goad yarding, and quality woll represented. Pricos fluc tuated (luring the day, prime pigs bar°ly maintaining last week's rates; un||tiu)ied sorts were hard to tjuic at busier values. Small and |i[jht to 00s, prime heavy COa to ,67s, choice farmers'lots 71a to 77s,.with a very few to 803. !3ac|c'fatlefs-IfJodepjlp supply, and prices gepir»lly easier fpr udst>, others very dull. Hesfc £!) to £(} ids, extra to £f, prime and weighty £3 10s to £i 10s, rough sorts 30a to 40a.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALLPAPERS. The Latest Desig-ns now open for inspection. ===== CALL AND SEE THEM Oil WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, House and Sign Painter--^ [ESTABLISHED 15 YKAILS.] EXTRAORDINARY. JUST ARRIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, prices ranging from is 3d to 4s 6d. Copper and Earthenware JARDINIERS, At all prices. . ' " : ' Call and inspect the NEW FOLDING COT BED, Folds up to 3ft. x Sin. x 4m. ; you can carry it under your arm. LINOLEUMS. LINOLEUMS. Make your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of out Linoleums on your floors. RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SON, FUKNISHIN© WAR~EW.mm9 imwimYo FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON OR WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBE& MERCHANTS Mi) CONTRACTORS, ROROIT, And get their PricoB for all Kinds of Building' Material. Palings, Posts, and Bails, and all kinds of Builder's Ir...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

PORT FAIRY. Mr. H. S. Bailey, M.L.A. for Port Fairy, wailed on Mr. Minogue, the Undcr Treasurer, and ascertained that an ad ditional £5,000 was passed for the Moyne river improvements. Mr. Bailey then waited upon the Minister of Public Works, and discusscd the proposed improvements with him and the secretary and engineer. It is proposed with the £5,000 to extend both walls about 100 feet, and to dredge. Mr. Bailey urged that the new work be done by day labor and not by contract, and the Minister is to consider the matter. The member for Port Fairy is also urging that the railway ofiicers visit the district with a view to speedily reporting on the Macarthur-Port Fairy railway. Mr.Bailey has now been informed that Mr. C. H. Barker, superintendent of station service, and another officer, will visit Port Fairy for certain next week in order to collect data to prepare estimates of traffic for the proposed Port Fairy to Macarthur rail way. - trazette.

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Accident to Dr. Forsyth. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

Accident to Dr. Forsyth. A serious accidcnt happened to Dr. Forsyth, of Koroit, on Monday morning. He motored over to Port Fairy on Sunday afternoon, accompanied by Mr. Deal. On returning in the evening the car broke down near Rosebrook and Dr. Forsyth and his companion were obliged to return to Port Fairy in one of Mr. J. Gauley's cars, and they stayed the night at Tennyson's Hotel, of which Mr. Gaulcy is the licensee. Dr. Forsyth occupied an upstairs bedroom, and during the early hours of the morning he, by some unaccountable means, fell from the window of the room to the pavement be low. Mr. J. Henry, raijway fireman, was pro ceeding along Sack'v|l|e-s'troet early in the morning, and ^yhen passing the hotel he found the doctor lying on the footpath in a very serious condition. The injured gentlemen was at once removed to the hotel and medical aid was summoned, and later Dr. Holmes arrlvod from Warrnam bool. Upon an examination being made it was found that the doctor had sustained...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

WILLIAIVX ARDLIE, E. i.. an.Di.iE, BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS, WARRNAMBOOL, And COMMERCIAL KOAD, KOROIT. Abtondanco at ltoroifc ovory Thursday for convenience of clients. Telephone 57, Warrnambool. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE. NEW no li.p. RUSSELL CAR, Seating Five, nvailublo dny or uiglit. Com petent Driver. W. JENKINSON, VICTORIA HOTEL, KOROIT. 'Phono 21. XMAS STOCK. AT Matters' Stationery Depot. BOORS -All Up-to-dato anil Now. Boys, and Girls' Own Annual, Chums, utc. Big a8Rortmcat for young and old too numerous to mention, from 3d to Gs 0(1. CARDS.-Our Stock ol Christmas and New Year Cards and Autograph Stfttionory is unrivalled in tho district for quality, assortment and price. TOYS.-Of all Descriptions. All Now Stock. Mechanical Toys, Dolls, G1qb3« waro, etc., eto. GIVE US A LOOK IN!" PATRIOTIC Fund Art Union Tickote, One Shilling cach. On salo at G. W. Matters' News Agcncy. CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW SHOWING AT BAKU'S KOROIT STORES. The public of Koroit are fully aware of the splendid benefit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

JBLoroit Weekly Sale. (THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. 0? I.JRIEN BROS, wil Soli by Public A-J Auction on above date, when they will offer CATTLE. fy Prime Cows, from Koronjjuh G Prime Cows, from Mount Taurus 20 Fleshy Cows, from Kiflarney .S Good Store Cows 15 Steers and Heifers, 3-years*old SHEEP. .10 Prime Crossbred Ewes 20 Prhno Lambs J20 Crossbred Ewes and Wethers PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Spocial Buyer for strong, woll-grown STORES in attendance Warrnamljool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY-, DECEMBER 16. 0> DRIEN BROS, will Soli by Public JL> Auction, at tho Corporation Yards, on the above date the following CATTLE: S Prime Cows from Illowa 7 Forward Conditioned Cows 10 Heifers, 2 years old SHEEP. 80 Prime ComobaeU Ewes, from Morpor 15 Prime Ewes, from Korong&h 15 Prime.Lambs, from Korongah HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. FAT & STORE PIGS. Bloroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, MURCFI, TAYLOR & BEAL (through their Auctioneer, H. fi. Wilson) will hol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

riiiuiyif ?! Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of tlie superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E.B.PHILLIPS, LIEBIG STREET WMKMMfcOOL TIMBER MERCHANT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION 01' HIS STOCK OF Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets, Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect, Before Purchasing Elsewhere" Sole Agent for Koroit and District' for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Hock Insurance Co. The Best-The Cheapest MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Long Guarantee. EASY TEQHS. Tested and Found THE BEST. I& use all over the Commonwealth. The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and you can't wear them out. Ward Bros. WARD BROS ., 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne "Almost" Won't do, You want tlie BEST, ancl you en...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

THANKS. E Wish to Thank the Queensland » » Insurance Co., the local agent (Mr. J. Black), and the inspector (Mr. Withers) for the prompt payment of our claim in con nection with the recent fire. MISSES SCALES.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVEEY SAIURDAY SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 12. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 12 Current Topics. Business in local produce circles con- tinues quiet. Potatoes remain at £9 10s per ton, only a few loads coming in. Over 200 tons of hay have been carted in to the Co-operative Society during this week, and the big shed, enlarged to hold 100 tons, will be filled early next week. The annual meeting of the Koroit Fire Brigade was held on Monday evening, when the election of officers resulted as follows, most of them being re-elected; - President, Mr. W. J. Leddin; captain, Mr. F. Nayler; lieutenant, Mr. J. Crowe ; foreman, Mr. W. Corbett; apparatus- officer, Mr. M. Cashell; secretary, Mr. R. J. Guinea. Competition commenced on Tuesday night for a trophy presented by Mr. W. J. Leddin. There are six teams of reel fours, and most of the teams are putting in good work. A lot of interest is being taken in the competition, which so far has resulted;- First round - J. Crowe's tea...

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YARPTURK. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 12 December 1914

YARPTURK. Haymaking is now in full swing. Crops are patchy everywhere, very much lighter than in previous years. Early-sown oats and barley are in all cases far and away the best. As a rule, farmers on the richest land are afraid to sow too early for fear of the crops being laid. This exception ally dry season, however, has caused the crops on good land to be much shorter than usual, and the quality of the hay will be tip top. Very little oats is being saved for the thresher, the general opinion being that high rates will rule for hay very shortly. The recent rains have vastly benefited early potatoes, and but for the set back caused by frost some time ago, very good yields would have resulted. Pastures have probably never been so scant for many years in the month of November, and of course milk supplies have fallen off. When it became known that Private W. F. J. Bowman had been allowed leave of absence for a few days, the residents of Yarpturk lost no time in arranging to give him ...

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A New Year Resolution. HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 December 1914

New Year Resolution. HOW TO PROVIDE FOR THE CHILDREN. This is one of those problems which faces most parents, and which often causes a deal of consideration and worry, as they watch the small members of their family gradually growing up around them. What is the best they can do for them how prepare them for the future, for the fight among their fellow beiugs in the hurry and struggle for existence ? Many parents would have been saved regret-perhaps even ao aching heart many a child a disappointed career, if a little more thought had been given to the future of the youngster by those responsible for its existence. The dominant wish of the parents is to see the children a credit to them, and the earliest provision for the child is a good education. In these days of cheap school* ing in Australia this is not usually a difficult | matter. I School over, comes the more important j question of a trade, profession, or career : for the boy, sometimes even for the girl, but in a leas decree....

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