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Morwell Ploughing Match. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

Moirweiill'ioulighlglitch' . Notivithstanding` tie tiieatening' aspect. of- the weather in the ecrly part of the week, the above. imatch -was atl all round, s!ccess, the' clerk.of .the. weather having apparently got tired of wet. Tin daywas : gloriously line, and the attendance in.con ' sequence, very gold,.nver250 people beingý prqsent.: Theu- scene, of, operationsjiwas:.. changed, fromtl r. Dunbar's paddock.toý-: that--of -Mr.-.Jones' -on- ccount of the recunt - heav:- m rains.- lihe grollnd: can scarcely be sai to hlave been ,sniltble, as it had been:ploughed previously, andi the . competitors wenr required to plough aeross'. the old -fur rows, and -is thle latter w're '.: deep and' the lands inarrow, it was almost;;:.' impossible ..to do very .pretty- work.? '' But, notwithstanding this, the plohghing- .1: all round was a credit to those at the endas of tblhploughs, and' inmada the.task of tlhe judges' (Mblussrs J. -Drllin, R. Harper, nd A.'Lestor) no easy one6;' n C]lass E sing...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Gippsland Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

A n;ieting of the above, hold on Wed nesehty afternoon at this Club liHotel. was atteindld by the Rev. Mr. Sharp (Maffral. Meosrs. Orr (Sale), MlcCOrry (SMrwell), ind: Paroer (Tranntgon). TThe' Rev. "Mr. Sharp was viied to ihe clhair. SCOaInlt'iPONDENCE. From the Bairn?sale ilub-s\Vtlh regard to the protest against. Austin that plan or hail played withl IBarn4tale hefore ploaymg with the Malfra.clih,. They welsi not he able ton'ensd any non to play in, the natch, North and South Gippsland, the members not feeling inclined to go,. lent r.srs. Tl ssecretary of the Silo club leldgedl a protest against lthe Tairnelalo chlil for playing Austin after he had played with Miffra. It will lie seen on reference to the cor respondence th.st tile B tirndaulae clit consi.tred that asn Austin had played for them before playing for M[alfra tnhey had a perfect right to his services. In nripprting the prote?t,' T. Orr, reand rule 22, winichi .prohiuited one .player rendering service to asseciate chit...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Attempted Suicide of a Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

Attemijte l Suicilde of a Roy. -o A lad named Charles ITIgg, aged 1G pyears was brought before the. South Melbourne justices yesterday,' charged with ..attempting to. commit .suicide. Constable Comben stated thatoon W\d nesdap afternoon the accused deliberately jumped into' tlieYarra, :near the steam 'ferry, and'tlmt when lie was rescued and given into the officer's custody, he said lie had in'tended to dr?irn ihnself 'be 'cause he could rint get employment. The 'lad did not appear to be. quite right in liltis mind, and Srrgeant Mockton in 'ormed the bench that upon inquiry as to his intecedents, he'found that Infggs fathier hId been confined in ani 1nghslh luna'tic a?ylum, and that soime other of. his relatives had been incarcerated in similar institutions in .this. colony. liHe wa's retiurtiddid till the lith itist.

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

S.-:Oar Melbiourne Letter. . It would be premature, even to hazard a a guess as to the time when .the Budget will be'finally disposed of. The Treasurer's propoiials have been approved of in the abstract, bnt when doetils conmeto be dis ciissed it is to li 'feareld thathi'in ion bith sides of tim House, will sacrifice the time of the country iri order to atford themselives an opportunity to ventilate ideas. which' when sifted amount' to nothing. . The whole of Thursday night was wnsted in this way-the bad iexample being set by Colonel Smith, who after his long'expern once oight to know better. One csn over look the vagaries of a young and ill trained holtsd, who breaks a way from the pack, and leads inexperienced' youngsters after it; but it is really too bad when an old stager does the same thing? At the present moment it appearsr pretty'certain that there will be some lively, if niot very edifying, debates beofore" the'tairift and other proposals are finally disposed 'of. One can h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidiaw.). CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK,: ESTATE. FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMJISSION.AGENTS. V LLUATORS, ac. He.ad Office ... . Trarlgon. Branch ,,: :" . ... lorell. Auctioneer : .. J. D LAIDLAW . . 1-NOICE. . S ITE BEG to n?itfy that we have par. SV chased the businegn hitherto carried on by Messrs. 5 nMarrhige, Larenson andul Laidlaw, at Traralgon, Morwell and other plance, arid ntend.conducting the same 'in all its branches, as- heretofore, under the style or firm of Laidlaw"'& Graham. g- We hope to -merit 'a continuance of that confidence and support which.has been accorded to the late frm. ... - J D.2LAIDDAW.. S..; . JOHN GRAHAM. wq have this day disposed of our business - a as stck." dlesmen sind general uctioneeros, to Messre. Laidlaw and Gahamm, for whom we solicit a contineance of your business and patronage,.:.. A ,"" ... . .0. MARRIAGE. 1 1 'lt . .AVtWERESON.. D.atl this, 'twenty'sixth day...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

';_::- BUSINESS DIRECTORY - - I ------- . I Advertisements under this head sill be inserted fir ts. sd. per quarter. " ..DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest : cheapest, and best, Commercial-roal' 1 S'orwell. - I. . IAVANAGH' & HARRIS, 'Cheap Cash Store.' Drapder,GroeeT. Ironmongers, Se., Commetnial-rold, Morwell. KE RELLEHER. Club Hotel, Commer" a . clal-road. Morwell. Best brands -2kept.. Good stabling. Commercial-road,t Ilorwell. . . '"', " . ILLERL, aiftnlreen Tshseoi O. 'ii -n t madt, Stationer." Agentfor atnl -sagaines'and newspapers. Every novelty secured. Conmercial-roadlorweCl. , T RINTOULL,. Blacksmith, 'Wheel' . wright, Churnmaker, &c., Commnercial 'oad, MorwelL , ' . t' " TOHN ENGLISH, Auctioneer,, Stock and . - Station Agent, Station.street, Morwell. t ~Chargesstrictly'moderate.'' ."' " ?IrATSON k CO., General Storekeeperi. M . Commercial-road, Morweoll. Boots and Shoes' a speciality." • AL RRTAGE, LAWRENSON & LAID. ' .I'..LV LAW, Cattle Salesmen, Sto...

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THE Auctioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

... Auctioneer. -Messrs. Laidlnw and Graham will `hold their opening sale ,.t Morwell on Monday next, when they will offer a very fine lot. On Monday, Se'ptember Ilth, they will offer at Tl~rid?n 320 acres of splendid lanld. -knowanas It. Ferguson's. and atn the same sale; tn .accontg,. of Mr. R. -Williams. vlnnhtle. farm. comprising 213 acres,; and on the 2t;th of the same month, at Trnarlson. 210 Ihead of' store aentHleon aecountt of Mr. O. Marriage, and 200 head mixed for other owners. 'Mr. John 'EInglish. in conjunction with 'Mr. . At En Ic. 'will sell unsler itst rsetions from.Mr. XV N. Somnmerr. ot Snterdnrv..S-p temlbdr ir28th. 2!fi¶scdtllid nllotnsent.t ti the townsli t of Nnrrant. otn, the Nnrrarnan Vnlley line. .'ltish is n oppiorthinity for aoimdl investment which selsolmn tocuras. as there is tt, rdontl'oa to. the rapihl inereane ln the vhlie of the Inod. immediateuly djoinitng an it idoes tihe milwroi' statinit?'The termt too are exceedingly liltral. r. Mr J. Englisll w...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Open Column. THE ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889

# . eis,.Cotuliutui. .. ·:' ---* - i • . ..TH' iEhECTiON.. TO TIE E1DITOI OF THI: M.ORWELL ' .ADVEIIRTISteR. . Str.-Although, as a rule, I must complli 'moit you on your intelli-etut aRnd fearless' criticism of[. slbjecte of moment to OIre community, I beg to dtiffer 'withyou on lthe subject of the impending oleet.ion, and trnat that you willt, in jstice to Dr. Moore, tind space fir n few remarks. In the first place you say you are not. sure that thu doctor will go to the poll. Of'thit 'doubt let me dis abuse your mind. Dr. Moore will not only go to the poll. but will tie, in sporting par-: lance,t "a hot favorite," and if Morwell- whose interact In the developmen!t or our coal resources should be of rar.mountt itn. portance--do not supp0ft him, well, all I can say is they 'are not studying their owrt interests. Iren the enemies of the doctor will confess he is the pioneer of f or'coal industry itt Gippstland ; that the steps new taken towards its development are largely d ec to thi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Saturday, September 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

'GIPPSLAND STOOK REPORTS.' Saturday, Seiiteiber 7th. Messrs. Little and Borthwiek report: Fat Cattle. -Good' attendance of the trade and everything sold at full rates;. butllckdl inferior to good, £6 O0s to £7 10s; cows do, £5 to £5 12s 6d ; vealers, £2 to £2 10s. Store Cattle.-Bullocks and cows of fatten nlg ages, in request and sclling well; young stock easier on account of the weather beginning to set in dry, a'good fall of rain would Improve matters. We sold privately 130 young bullocks. At MaffrIagood many yarded and mostly sold, good cows and bullocks being eagerly competed for; bullocks, £5 2s to £5 15is; cows; £21O0s to £3'18l; s yrs hcifers; £2' 1s to £3 s ; springers and cows and calves, £4 I6s to £6 5s; 12 to 18 mos, mixed, £1 129 to £2 6s; 2:yrs steers and heifers, £2 39 to £2 13s s; saringers, At 10s to £5 10s. Sheep.--Brisk demand for good lines of stores, also fats. We sold privately 803 crossbred and 'come back hoggets, 400 crossl red'ewes and lambs, by auction, 220 ...

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Commercial. MORWELL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

...--....- Commercill. .. MOItWELL- MARKET. .. Laidlaw and Graham rport for Monday. 9th?inst:-Our yards were well supplied with stock. "The attendaue wasofair but bidding' dull.. We sold either privately or by auction all except two pens at about late rates. -?at steers, to £8 7s Gd; fat cows, f6.2s Gd; heifcrs, -£2 17s to £8 6s; stetrs, £2 7s Gd, £2 12I to £3 8s; peddles, 28s to 33s. "....... A. AM'Lenn and Co. report:-A fair supply, of cattle forward.. The attendance of buyers wvas, however, small, owing to the inclemency. of the weather, and cnattle werlhardly up to late rates. We sold pens of steers from £2 7s, £. 8s. £2 18s, to £3 Is; pens of heifers. £2 l]s to £3i calves, 20s to 31s. uver Yathong. Callmo. and DIYS. and from the Darling district Ji[ over Mt. Manaor. The Ritverina wool whichf has so far come forward shows an improvement upon last year. especially as reganls condition. Our London office cables us that in conlsequence of the dock laborers strikes the opening of 4t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

Wm. Hamiltcn & Co. V. lHamiilton& Co. STrocK, .STATIOi,' AND 3 Co1- - MISSION AGENTS,, stEL IIOUltNIE A.I, ?WARRAGUL IIAn, OFice: . 1 -,70 Queen street, .Melhourne. . A UCTION Salei adnmitleit i any part F . of GiFplandl regularly every Satur dlay fortnight at our yards. Bum Bnln, B nd f M,?ida' fortnight at our Yards, Morwell, ansd usnily at WAnnioAU, and 'Pnoo w ng, and at the Melbourne Corporation e Yards, Newmarket. every week .. -'VAIUATIONS MADE T : S.M O N E.-T 0 ' IE N D.. LARGE OR SA SAL SUMS. ON FREE HOLD 01t LEASEHIIOLD W. Hamilton &C. 70 Queen street, Melbourne.: Morwell" Market. W- f. HAMIIA TON &. CO. w?ill liold *' their unsal' Fortniglhtly Sale in Monrwell on Molnday, Sept. ti, 1888, when they will offer: Cattle, tIrs;es &s. -N-.l.-Oti' rate for enunutneien are sellilng, 2} per cent; 'guarantee, 2j 'per cent. -. WM. HAMI HTON & CO. 70 Queen street, Meltslmirne. MathieuoS &' Davis. Mathijeson < Davis (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw .and Graham, : (latoe lnrrluag, lInwrcusois &. Lidlaw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, Fl'rt)c, :sTA'r'E. FINANCIAL, AND cGlNiblh IclIt OIN M SSION AGElNTS, VAI.UATOIRS, &c. Iretul Qfle 2 ... T'rrato,. Irrnch ,, ... .. ,llrrr -ell.: .Auctlmeer . . D. L.AID.AW . NO'l ICE, T;li': It,(tnatntify that we have pIlr. I' elsasel 1d he llulueso hitherto carriedl ' nu by a1cnrs. 'Marriage. .Lawrenstlol and I.aidlw.Trrg. .at lrarlgit, Jlorwcll anll other ihtncas. illl intend coIlduitiing the Stmun in ll Its bratnhel, aIr hurutfor, utittlar the styli Our Iirtll f - Laidlaw' & Graham. -1 We' h?ilpe to imurit a onntituunce of that Lcntlide.lce andi slilport which ha beluu accorded to thte late lr.- , .1011 GliAlAM. We havi elthis tlne disljCud O? Or nI luintu as utock slettn tl ? u en lld iltill.eo. to' lMrune. ittll awl tnd.rnhlrr.o firhuwhom w solicit a cot antince of your busoiess • a0d litli . III.1." ; :. o ... . I I..1..AWIIEtNSONt.. 'lTlA ItALoo?...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

'riiics of the Week. r TItARALOO COUtciL.--There was no sitting of the Troralgrn Shire Council on Wednesday last. [EIrn OVER.-We ore unnble to puhllqh correspondence from Yinnar in this imae, owing to the late hoer at which it'arrirel. CONVALESCENT.-The young manl, Jns Jnhnston. who was so baholy iljured lately is still at Mr. Murdoch s totel, but Dr. Moir now holds out great hopes of his recovery. POLTOEc.-Cnnaiderable Inconvenlence wea experienced on Thursday last both at Mor well and Mirbon, on account of 'there behit no enart, owing to the absence of a' pliice magistrate. SCatcsT?r.-It is we think, nearly time Mlorwrell made a more in the cricket field ,We liear on good nathority that we have two "demo.n bowldrs " amongst us, so that Morwell should come t tthe fore this season. A NEW JUSTIOF OF TItr PEC?.- Amongst the list of new justices of petice for the eastern hailiwickaanpears the name of .Mr. John English. of lhorwell. We dongratulate "Hiis Washep" on his appoint ment. It....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

Pu1blic Notices. New Winter Drapery. ADAMS &SMAXWELL TRA1ALGON, T.AYE much pleasure in announcing that ý ' they have just opened a choice lot of NEW and FASHIONABLE Drapery, - Millinery, Clothing, etc. .A shortlist of prices will not go ansiss. 'We are selling Black Coashliere from Is. to 4s. Gd yd. Coloured ,, ,, is 3d. yd. Plain Dress Stuff fren 4j}d to 2 \ Splendid Costume Cloth at 10¢d. .Fashlionable Bordered Costume Cloth at 3s. Gd., double width Good all-wool Stuff, at 8d. yard. New Amazone Cloth, double width, at 3s. Gd per yard . PLUSH, all shades, from 2s. Gd, to 10s. 6d. A choice lot of Dress Trimmings from is to 78 6d A lot of stylish Ulsters, Jackets, Shawls, Clouds, Boas, Dolmnans, Jerseys, ac., at all prices. NOTICE TO LADIES. We have secured the services of a FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER from a Leading city House, and we can guarantee Dresses Well Made and Stylish, Adams & Maxwell FRA NKLIN-STREET, TRA IALGON. T. MLatthew M'Caw AUCTIONEER AND Commission Agen...

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A Mysterious Bruise. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

A Mysteriioil Bruise. The bov r'tf the cring man 1iichhm1 ITeaphy, who'was drowned on Friday last wlile crossing the broken Creek at arinmka, was recovered at- about -Il o'clock on iThursiodo night. There "is in bkton.ivi bruise o'n tfb face of do easeuil. ,but how it was caused is :i,' rhysteiy. The enurinit for:the8'dibtriet ' Mr. iTohns, P.M1., -has - be?n boltimtnin:. cittC'i'Tith. :Much syimpathy,iy felt, fot. the bereavied yirents.-Stbndridar.: nshnd years we will- be h bald.. ell, in Rt othelr thioand.yesnrse ;wont't tcaro it we " What's hi t iped ?" irikoi't i tlehoiar. "h hihuwer at first. Th' n noo liftt, fellowi rotrnd nut Itreathllle.u "It's a an., wntlan; I chill,, a bhahi'" ant it roaster'. s.ho," shriekced n,,:h,.i-. who reaI tuhA sporting juirnalo, ant bhad been at coaironag mitche 'ts ipi ibl i a ped,. hb runs A byet.~~~ )' nk'

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SALE, FRIDAY, EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

LAT1: SST.. IN'I'F LL IQ LNCL: LA S 'Ii L LGENGE.] Tho Initeohto' hand is' Snargoa 1467, ,Moore, 1106, Lower Inroin, Anderoon's ,inlet1 Dorgo. to hand, ae the only "plaesO ooh, yet 'to hand,

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

'Our ,lrlloihrtie 'Letter. in su:te hf all the dificolt questions in the way, I do not think that the "Gdvern nient cdn compidih of the rate at which tlhy have-got bn with the bhtsifless. For the ornot part of last week the tariff was under discussion, and if anynne has c?itls to growl at thie result I think it most be the few consistent free 'traders left in the Chateilhr at the manner in which the old principle 'slich hal st long cldlthlbe thlbir ;synlpatllies, is being completely sullloteid obt. rihe Gdvernment hliare been prr posing heavy increases in Iany lieles, and in spite of the protests rif Mr. Zrix anit and hi friehrdr, they 'hIti6'bedh passed lby large rnajsrities. Cbrtainly the Protec tionists of 'the cities tdi not in tneny instances are to let tile farrlerhave ashare of what is gbiltg, rind g'rbat oihjection fromt mrany liarirers waasalilale at tilhe proposal to pit ditties 'on eggs and green fruitf. The 'egg duty was hi\weeer, carried and with an altlnndlueint leavin...

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PLOUGHING MATCH. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

.PLOUGHIING MATCH. SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting nwa hold in Tiuesday afternolon list, when accounts mononitinf to £11 Ss 61 waore p:lasiie for payment, tral prize iminoy to tho extent' of £30 10s Gd. MnTIONS. D. Slaw-S. Vatry.-Thlat 'h's comn Iitteo tenlder their thanks, thrmogh their secretary, to Mr. J;- Jonnes for theu inseof his gros.,.-Carried. Narv-M ' ttliews.-That the socretlary receive £2 ds in ernsiloertion o? theu uxtra trolllm I ho haul tllkenl to0 'lltk the gathering Ita uccess.-Ciarrild. A vote of thnksl was. also necordlod the on lecrtr ., more cspucially lv r. J. MaItthlews for ltheir inmlrino exe!rtion.s. _ . The Imlelting tlln cloeisu ..

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Successful Arbitration. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

Siicll. of; L lll arbitrltiol. Wheh allsion n isthle t to tlhe libapibiht ment rargely shared by people of tie British .race at. the awards of sareorl Conmmssions to which England has agreed to sih tnit the -djndication of her national inferests, it it orily fair to rito ejilil protitinence to some instances which lay he cited of foreign arbitrationsc within the last few years, whidh lihie ibet (vi?th?i gcnral approval.. In 1883 the case of a difference between holland and-theh Repiblic of SPit boDmingo, 'rising. hut of the seizture by the Dominican nithntitie onf a Dutch vessq,. was reforred for detertaination to IL. Grevy, the French Precsitelit. A rispnto about the land climsn of certain German hnbjects in Fiji, was settle)d iy twoComnmos iones, dne German an:l nother English. ' tuarrel 'connected wilth'the sqizure of an Aliieric?'h vesil in the port of Manila. was, hy. the conscet of the Go'erqnueit of Spain and the United Stateu, adjnusled by Baron'DBlne, the Ttaliah Mininser a...

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INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 September 1889

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRA TION. EioLA.?i has -had rather a bitter ex perience!of the results of settling her international disputes by means of arbi tration. That is to say, the decisions have frequently gone against her when impartial opinion has rbeen very strong that shl 'had right on her side.: Still.tho misfortune' was c6mparati?uly ttifling to what it might have been had she, in a storm of passion and by demonstrations borne of a consciousness of powekful iarmitments and inexhaustible means of credit, insisted . upon her demanrds. Naturally it is most irritating to British pride to read successive accounts of the seizure of Canadian vessels by the naval authorities of the .United. States, hutfit is comforting to know that, whether rightly or-wrongly, the seizures are made upon the construction of the letter and spirit of an-equivocal treaty; as inter preted by the lawyers of the Government of the Republic. Retaliatory measures would be dangerous and foolish when the aggresqive act...

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