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THE WOODMAN'S MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

THE WOODMAN'S MEMORIAL. I wAs once rambling in the most un frequented parts of Windsor Forest, on a 'fine evening ;during the season. between :the hay and' the corn'harvest. Everything about noe was verdant and beautiful. I had passed along a little' green, skirted with cottages, on my way to an unvisited part of the forest; and I had remarked the healthfnl and innocent looks of the children, who were playing on: the, oadside, and had beheld, with an equal satisfaction, many an industrious laborer either reposing at his cottage-door, or cheerfully pro longing his exertions, to train the beans, or weed the potatoes, of his little gardei. At the porch of one or two cottages, the tired hedger at his supper sate, as Milton has naturally expressed this characteristic of an English evening,- and several groups of parents and children were gathered round their humble but cheerful meal, in the neatly sanded kitchen, whose door stood opeti to admit the sweet breath of the evening breeze. My ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

WvEEKLY Ail TRAOT OF 1IRTI'HS AND DEATH8. An' n?Aosdof births and deaths registered in the motropolitan and suburban districta during the week ending let Jan. 1876.' District. BirthUIi.Deaths. BrJghton.. - Brunewick ... .,. 3 Colliugwool -, .. 11 210 Fitaoy (North) ..' : ... 5 aFlomingbon - .... .......... . . ..*.. Footecray ... . 1 Hawthorn / I, . .. 3 : ICow . ... .. 3 Melbourne South) 5 22 Melbourno (North) 2. 2 10 Melbourne West) 8 P'rahran ... .. Richmond .. , 11, 10 iSandridge ... . .. Q tlmorald 1il .., 1 12 South Yarm ... ,.. 2 4 St:Kilda.,, . 3 Williamstown . , 9 109 120 * Collingwood 15; Fitzroy 0. Theio a been a considerable increase in the 'leatha of children dµlog 'this weook, the returns showing that'58 or 440p6?r cent. of the total deaths' were children not exocoding the ago of 3 yearsE 33 of, which wore under the age of 1 year. The deaths roferrdd to scarlot fever are 37, the same as last week, Collingwood and Fitzroy contributing 8, North Mul, bourne 5, and Richmon...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STORIES OF SAMSON AND JOSHUA. ARABIC INTERPRETATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

THE ,ST2ORIES, OF SAMSON AND. JOSHUA. AAaIO INTMBPWETATIONS. IHERE is tle 'history of Sampon as it is toi'd to di'at Sar'a, An Sbemiz, and Artoof, that is to say, on the'very scene of the exploits of that hero: Aboo Meizar, called by some Abool Azem, but 'kn6wn to all under the name Shhmshoun el Jebbar, originally of Sara, and brother of a 'certain Neby Samet, whose inohument is, shown in those parts,; wds. purblind. In the Rumeyleh, the old name of a part of the city of Ain,Shemzs, stood a church. Aboo Meizar said to his compatrits, " What will you give me if I destroy the Church and kill the Christians?" "The quarter of the revenue of the country," they replied. Upon this Aboo Meizar wont down to the Rumey. leh, entered the church were the Christ ians were assembled at prayer, and crying, "Ya Rabbi " (O Lordl) gave a great kick to the column which sup ported the edifice. Down it fell, bury. ing beneath its ruins Aboo Meizar ,and the Christians. The inhabitants of Sara came to look...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

TOWN OF,FITZROY. Doe RE?i5TRATI?O. IN accordance with the provisions of the Act, No. 229, the OWNERS of all Dogs found UNREGISTERED after the 15th of !January, will be PROSECUTED. By order, HYAM HART Town Clerk. ,Town Clerk's Office, Fitzroy, January 4th, 1876. 'GEORGE STREET STATE NIGHT SCHOOL, No. 282, will reopened on Monday evening, 17th inst, for boys, and the following evening for girls at 7.80. A STATE NIGHT SCHOOL is A held at State School No. 450, George street, Fitzroy, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 7 till 9 p.m. EDWARD SAVAGE, Head Teacher. GEORGE ST. STATE SCHOOL, No.282 (held in Mr. Horsfall's premises) A Free Night School held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, for Boys. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for Girls. An efficient staff of four Assistants employed. The school commences at seven o'clock. P. K. O'HARA, Head teacher. GIEORGE ST. STATE SCHOOL, No. 282, U Fitzrey, will reopened as usual on Monday, January 10th,, 1876. J. HORSPALL, Head Tea...

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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

;: fnerluta . PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY., Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected comniunications cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. , No notice can be taken of anonymous com. munications. Every letter must. be accom panied by the name and address of the writer, it..neceessailyfor.publication, but as a guarantee of goodfaith. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interested we have to request that all business communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GnIFFITH & SPAvIN, and not to the EDITOn. ADVERTISEME?wS, in all cases, to be prepaid Letters and other communications intended /r insertion in the news columns should be addressed to the Editor.

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MENTAL EXERCISE. (SANITARY REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

MENTAL EXEROISE. (sAxxmaY RavIEw.) MosT of us attribute oui~ ill-health, or; unhappiness, 'to;a low cpndition. of, the body and wantof physical exercise and' pleasure, ignoring the fact that the mind has a most important influence upbi the bodily system, and is often the cause of much suffering which might easily be avoided if we only looked to the source of the evil, and considered the means necessary for its prevention. Few. people attach sufficient importance to the care of the mental faculties, which are frequently either injured by an undue degree of exertion or weak ened by neglect and disuse. The vast 'amount of "'social pressure" which' bears upon the daily life ,of businesb men furnishes only too many instances of the 'abuse of the mind by overt exertion. The rising man, who 'is making a mark .in his professioni or amassing.wealth in mercantile pursuits, finds ererlong that his strength is only human, and just as he'may be' about to reach the summit of his, ambition, he bre...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 1876. TnE scenes that have taken place in the House of Assembly, during the past week, are quite suflicient to make the country blush for very shame. We can searcely.realizo that the House re presents the dignified body of the country's legillators. For the present, all legislation is at an end. The As sombly chamber is determined upon playing out the farce. How long the patience of the country will bear with it is more than we can venture to pre diet. Without attempting to go too closely into the details of the circum stances which have brought about the present unv;ui~)ablo ouvditiou of t4e House, we cannot but view with alarm the attempt on the part of a:minority to take advantage of the forms of' the House to obstruct the progress of pub lic business. The country in its pre sent' unsatisfactory condition, requires the wisest legislation in every depart ment of State to guide it safely and make it comfortable, and happy, and prosperous. Some"of us too well re m...

Publication Title: Mercury
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A FEARFUL ADVENTURE. (PENNY MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

A FEARFUL- ADVENTURE. (rsinrr MAoAnis.) "I was one day travelling in Calabria. t'ik~'ad'6iintry of wicked people, who, I believe, have no great liking to any b;ody, and are particularly ill-disposed towards the French. To tell you why !'would be along.affair. It is enough that they' hate us' to death, and that the' unhappy being who should' chance to'fall into their hands would not pass his time in the most' agreeable, manner. I had for my companion a fine young ",fellow. I do" not' say this to interest you-but because it' is the truth. In these mountains the roads. are preci. pices, and our horses got on with the greatest difficulty. 'My comrade going first, a 'track, which' appeared to him more practicable and shorter than the regular path, led us astray. . It was my fault. 'Ought I to have trusted to a 'head of twenity years? We'sought our iway, out' of thewood while it was yet light; but the more we looked for. the .path the farther we were off it. It was a very black night, whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

I M PORTA Nit NOTIOHEa! i ii, SDR,,APER GEn AT BANK SEIZURE Under Bill of Sale, of: JOHN RYAN'S STOCK 16.7 Brunswick St. ST QCK SOLD UNDER HAMME , By order of the Supreme Court, aid purchased by, W JOHNSTON tCo OPEN the SHOP Anda offer ever'y line at a tMdOuhst iJ W. JOHNSTON &0 Co0 NOTED AShE SHOP, I0Er Ntli +~'O '6 rn' ikStet FRANCIS SAERTORI Has ,romoved,.from 114 to ,128 'Bru s?iclk' street, F IITZROY. , PTREMIER ''PERMANENT: BUILDING Land, and Investment Associaton: .Collingwood shareholders are reminded thA they 'can pay, their subscriptions at,,M . ,Mirams' late shop, Collingwood Arcade. ;' AMES MIPŽMS, .Sebretar. Q .?, , TRUST MONEY+TO .LEN ,VVV on Mortgage, in one or, mor sums. Interest, Moderate: il . ' Mi. O'RIAL 1OR/AN,iSblioIto:. :Zollins et: igest` Mellio~i. r JOTIqE OF REMO AL---The Deput S Registr for Collingwood has remoge from Gertrude ,troet, to ~3ore, street corn r of..Ge.r.de street, ,opost the o . The FINEST OLU IWHISKY inithe co - Ionya -a l nd'pern 90...

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COLLINGWOOD V. ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

d COLLINGWOOD' Vi BT."; lEAGB; k Sh1rtly , after thre .o'clock the tr S. George captain sent in Roberts who was I not: out from last meeting;"and Huntdrl P. Bruce. and Black taking up the bowlingifor ,Col ngwoocl. Bruce led off, Roberts ;and n Hunter getting a single off him, Black then sent on?b to Hunter, who put it away'fo a 'double, but in' a long reach o~the next 'ne S'from Blacki'he missed it, and hit'hliVsiokeb. 3-6--45, ,,O'Mara took, his place, "One from Black sent himn away again. '-0-45. d Drow'then.hiled the brQah, Bruce vending r hin'ia nmaiden, the first ball, howeveor fr-r Y "Black; se nthitz awayt '5"'0-45.' "uttin e took his place, had received ' smnaiinddr of over, which, proved a. maiden.., Bruce?,lso sent in.a maiden; Black doing ditt9..,.Bxuco sent one to Mar tin, which made him.~etjro. 0 :-0-4P." Canbrill took 'hiis place', wheon Roberts' got a single, which heofollowed r by' a fine four off Black, two being obtaided . by, an overthrow. In Brueo's next. over, R...

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FITZROY—THURSDAY, JANUARY 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

PITZB OY- -TUssbDAY, JANUARY' 18TH. Before Messrs. Tdmpleton, P.M.; Mahony (mayor), Marsden, and T.'Kidney. . J. W.,Moran was summotied:toshow cause why heo hould. not contribute towards the support of his two children ih, the Indus trial School. Ordered to pay 2s. 6d. per week for each child. Mary Murphy alias Feehan, charged with stealing ,wearing apparel, ,was sentenced.to threo months' imprisonmf nt, with hard labor. . Two boys, named -respeootvely George Donaldson and John: Ryan, 'were' each seontenced to three,months' imprisonment for stealing load from an unoccupied house in Fitiroy-street. Thomas MoEwan, for' being drunk while in charge of a horse and dray, at 'Preston, was fined 5s. Dodd v. Flanigan,-Illegally detainingl property.-Order for the property to be restored. Co(ts refused. Smith v. Haslein.-Illegally detaining a. turkey,-Order made for ,the turkey to be restored to Smith, with A1 Os, costs. Two small debt cases having bb6'n dis posed of, the court adjourned,

Publication Title: Mercury
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REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

;'iFrobti the'rpad ov'eisde, (dr. \Wiugrovo), on the progress,of, contracts, and recom, mending some improvements to roads in 'th'e' Gieoenborough district." . ' I From the' health inspe6tor (Mr. Kelly), .reportingT, ses of diphtheria at. Ivanho , THE TENf:MILE HILL COQTRACT. ; Cr. Smith'!moved, and-COr, Duncan see. onded, that. the sum of.,£0 be, granted .to Judah for losses sustained by him on the .''en.Mile Hill dontract. 'Oarried. . Quan, z· o xo . . The, secretary .brought forward . some correspondence which had' been read at a previous medtitg on the' subject' 'of" an 'application" by Mr!"W. H.' Dennis,''of Northooto, for a lease of certain allotments of, land near, the' Merri Creek,,*rith a, iew to erecting machinery, fgr.,stone crushing purposes. . The secretary was instructedto write to the Departmient'of Crown Laides iitid Suirvey,' 'itimatilg 'that the, Counicil objected to a lease being graiited for allot. ments 27" and 28, but,did not object:to a lease being granted for...

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POLICE. HEIDELBERG-MONDAY, JAN. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

POLICE. HEIDELBERG. -MonDix, JAN. 10. Before Messrs. `Shutt, .M, Mapledt no, and Studley; James M'Gill was charged with having made use of obscene language within the hearing of passersby. The evidence went to show that the language complained of was made use of partly in the street and partly in the bar and the yard of the Old England hotel. Mr. Beale, the l.,ensee of the hotel, was called as a witais, he said: "The defendant was a little tight. The Police Magistrate remarked that only a short time previously the defendant had been before the court on a similar charge, and wais liped De:esinapii " Yes, for nothing." Police Magistrate : " No, it was not for nothing." Defendant: "These gentlemen (the police) have a little spite towards me.. I am summoned for other people's cattle." Senior:bodstabile Kelly: "No, you are not; you are summoned for your own horses. I have no spite against you, or against anybody else." Defendant: "I know differently."; The Police Magis trato told the def...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

LOCAL NEWS. Mayor's park, on the Heidelberg road, has been let by the Collingwood Council to Mr. George Thomson, for grazing pur poses. We havehbeen requested by Mr. O'Hara, to draw attention to the fact that the night school in Mr. Horsfall's buildings under his charge will be reopened on Monday next at the usual hour. Our reports of the Victorian Agricultural Society's meeting, also several council meetings, are unavoidably held over. We may mention that in this publication is inserted the first part of our American correspondent's letters. Cases of diphtheria are reported at Alph. ington and Ivanhoo. A case has termi nated fataly at each place-a lady of forty. five at Alphington, and a young man of eighlteen at Ivanhoeo. At the meeting of the Colllngwood Coun oil, on Wednesday evening, it was agreed that a rate of is. 10d. in the pound should be levied for the municipal year 1876. The first moiety to be payable on January 13th. and the second moiety on the slet April current. Nxw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

'?blio ompanaee., EVERY MAN OUGHT TO INSURE AGAINST FIRE. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM. DIRECTORS. Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. Vice-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., J.P. J. L. M'Clure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. HIon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head Office: No. 1 Market-square, Collins st., Melbourne.' WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, This Company covers therisk of explosion from Gas. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND, AND In vestment Assooiation. Registered under "Friendly Societies' • Statute" 1865. SHARES '£25 EACH. Entrance Fee; One Shilling per;Share. Fortnightly Subscpiption, Is. per Share. Offers remarkable inducements to IN VESTORS, The most liberal terms to BORR OWERJRS, And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITORS, In sums of £1 and upwards : 2 Months ... 8 per cent. per annum, 6 i ,, ,.. 7 ,, ,, 8 ,, ... 6 ,, , Pay-day-Every alternate Monday. OFFICE: 62 COLLINS STREET...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

R. KIER:S H:!A.W. F yaiiy, ;Grceor andt Provsiion' "Merchant, LANCASHIRE i STORE, HODDLE STREET"(corner Gipps street). SFamilies waited on for orders. Eggs and Fresh Butter from best dairies. THOMAS COLES, Cheap Family Grocer,, 96 ELGIN 'ST., CARLTON. House and Land Agent, FAMILY" GROCER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT,' Corner of We/llington . Langridge Sts., Latelyo'ccupied by A. E. DOWNIE, P.R'D:, from his, success in the past, and long'and varid;edexperience las Tea' Dealeri and, Wi'beandSplrit 'Mbdhant' .:' +' CHALLENGES' COMPETITION. N.B.-Winos & Spirits of choicest quality. 12 VIC,TORIA" PARADE;" MELBOURNE'. Fivoe doors from 'Dr? Broewnleas. Board and Iosidonco for Families-4oderate. M s. J . , WAT. S•N,, FAMiLY GROCER, SINE AND, SPIRIT, MERCHANT, 82 PAEEL ST., (ollingwood. Late' :of, No 1. 'Tle Junit ion':Oheaip Grooery Mart. H" J:. .WiNSiONE,; Tea" Dealer, Gr'ocer,: Airf PROVISION' MERCIANT, Corner of' Y6ib4ng and. Webb Streets, FIzRO;T. THE,i COCKATOO STORE, 347...

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CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

9I4APTER, , XXIX. ,Tr? prospectors' returned to their tents in.high spirits.; Toy, had. diseovered a secluded creek, some miles from the maiii body of the Turon,diggers; and, by a' clover faint,' th'o ppi tLers,'6on the follow,?g'day, sticeboded: inestablishing themselves! on !tlhe undisturbed ground ibeforqitheirlabsenco.gfrom, the more itgooged diggipgstwas suspooted. And, ,wateyer might. o PorcyEflingham's. opinion of 'Mr' Chiiker's' moiality-. dnd'it certainly wFl npot heiglitened'by The obnfldontlal c6mmuiications of the' friendly negro--ie nolonger questioned his efficiency as a gold-flnder;when a few,hours'. experience;of the now claim proved ,it. to be rich in. the precious deposit. Fdr several days the partners worked in seocy i?'nit though no long time elapsed, befbre they were watched on their unavoidable visits to Sofala for the purchase of stores, pnd wore followedby' others who wore dissatisfled with thehi olaimse, or who had, ias they sipposed, oxhaulitd' them, the go...

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AUSTRALIAN LAUGHING BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

AUSTRALIAN LAUGHING BIRDB. THAT a bird should possess the powew to utter sounds like unto laughter strikes a strimger as being very ,peculiar, and most people would travel soiiie'distance, if need'be, to hear a, company of these birds (called'" Laughing Jackasses " by the 'colonistk) when they energetically, and in' chorus, give. full vent to their voices. To those of course in the bush, at certain seasons of the year, this vocal treat is an bver i"ddy 'occurrence, but ,to people in the, city the prilildge ie, ,denied. One need nbt, however, travel far.. during the, close of the. winter months before their lively chatter - may be hieard, for instance, *they'often visit' 'Stidley park,, and frequIntly alight on. the. redgum trees in Dight's paddock, on the Collingwood side of the Yarrd, where' they, take care to "utter all their, mind" to 'the great delight of thos'e wlio love to hear and appreciate their: music. In Richmond paddock and other reserves they also chatter; and at all ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

GENERAL NOTICE; ITHE Mercury is published overy Saturday' LMorning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged 1s. per quarter, payable in advanci by post ls~6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, Fune, and September. The Editor will: be obliged-for informn ation-more, especially relating to local matteia./ -....0ALE "FOR .ADVERTISING.-... Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6d; Official and Eleotion Advertisements, each insertion, per inch ' ... 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and Land f6r Sale or"to Let, Articles for Sale or .Exchange,, Miscel-.. laneotis, Missin'g Friends, &c., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... ... Is. Od. To ( izzatxi.r-'Noeite tetd wiit c~ w ardvetisenents vmust be given in wriin . THE, Mercury can be obtained.from any of 'the following agents :--Subscrilption is. per quarer.' :: : G. G CAuNXon ... 18...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 15 January 1876

Toys` an. ranr B Gtood . CH TTMAS AN BIRTHDAY SPREBENTP - .WHOLEBALE AD IiETA1'L' i 'Y .& FANCY .REPOSIJOB 218 Smith st.. Collingwood. ' Cricketing goods, work-boxes, writing k, al)umnsladies' big and companions Us, toYs..IstrtiPnery,;:a,ýi-fpýnpyLgfks4'0o' ,,yde, , oi:bi-r'suitrl6or-' ..E. N?Pl S' rlin wool 4d. per dozen. Storekeepers and hawkers supplied. MRS.. HIGGENS'; ; ANTCY REPOSITORY, 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY.,,i;J iding Blocks in great variety.! Patterns mped on every Material for Braiding. king done. Berlin "Wool in giret'tariety colors. Registry Office for Servants. nf rf Coutts' guaranteed Adcetio Acid. oy .,&: Yaiety .:Depot, 1?,,814,, ,L GON STREET..., e only. Shilling Window- iii Carlton. Boots ad.. Boeu. - "' BOOTS I BOOTSI h I Mama, what pretty boots Miss Jones I where'did shA buyithamll ' ;l?i f ,I by; I thought everybody know, her, at .Rica ns'. Thoe .place is ded every day. Go early on?,Saturday lt and buy me a pair. Be sure to go to rightplace. ...

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