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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

tf- 4s5.;9 -n Spelcial Avertis.ements :.' >::.t. IPALOT AND WOOIDMASON, O10 hapel tStreet, 10 PRAHRAN,> TWO DOCORS NORTH O0 COFFEE TAVERN.: CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE S South Yara, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £183 1s., for net cash: Colonial.Sofn, with Squxb and ., : Iolsters, ... ... ... 1 6 Ceidar Chifforiicr Safe, lolished 1 6 0 Six Cane Chairs ...... ... 1 4 0 Round Table ... ... ... 012 6 Table.Cover ... ... ... 0 5 6 Fender and rons ... ... . ... 12 -6 Matting to cover room ... ... 10 G Hearth ug ...0 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 11 6 Slip Mat.'' : ;; .. ... 1 6 S B edroo l niieBeadtscad... ' .. . ... i l 0, Palliasses ... .. ... 0 0 Full-sized Flock Mattrass ... 0 18 6 Flock Bolster ' :... '.. 0 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows ?0... ... ... 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail ... O 9 6, Dressing Table ..: ... . 8 0 Full-size Toilet St ... .. 0 10 6' One Cane Chai: .... .. -4 o Toilet Glass - ..l . .. 0 ..Kitchen Table ' .. .. . 0 12. 0 M...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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THE GERMAN COURT CHAPLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

Tra GERMAN COURT CH&PLAItN..< A Berlin ,cerrespondent writes to the 'NOew York Sun' :-History, whioh, as some wise man said, is little more than the record of the orimes, follies, and misfortunes of mankind, in over fond of repeating itself. But that the time would come again when, as in the days of Mazarln and Richolieu, a priest (to useao the word in its broad sense) shouldpossoes groat influence over the ruler of the most powerful of Continental S:ates, and himself bo an important factor in European politics, would have been deemed almost impossible a few years ago, Yet to day, forty-eight hourn alter the death of his bitter enemy, Frederick of Prussia, this impossibility hasbocome an ostablished fact, and Adolf Stoecker, from now on, may be counted among the history makers. Adolf Stoeaker was born about forty eight years ago in the southern part of t Germany. His parents were of a respootablo farmer class, and his father was at one time unter ofdizier, non-com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

Colleges and Schools. " FINIS CORONAT OPUs.": BRIGHTON LADI:ES' COLLEGE (" Ellesmere,") ST. ANDREW. STREET, Near the Town Hall PRINCIPAL: MRS, J. 'HAINES, (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher cindei the Board of Education, - Assisted' by; " M'IISS, A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German,': HERROTTO MULLER. Drawing and Painting, -:--J.; F:- JONES, EsQ. - Pianoforte," T J.:HAMMQND,EsQ., S' 'Mis BURKITT, R.A.M., MRs. ORR, and Miss A. E. COX : - :Calisthe'icst :" :" MISSES DICK and MOON.. Resident Governess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS (Payable in advance) Day Pupils English'(as below), also Languages One and half to Four Guineas per Term' Resident Pupils (under 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Twelve Guineas per Term 'Resident-Pupils (over 12 years)y: SEnglish (as lielow), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas.per Term 'ENGLISH ini its various branches com prises'R...

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THE IMPROVED PNEUMATIC TUBE SYSTEM. (SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

E-IfilIRO? ED PNEUMATIC TUBE (esax iaaosaoo annonlsoL.z) The use of pneumatic tubes for the trane mission of messages is not anovel idea, having been in use since 1854. The system in that counitry, however, has not been materially improved upon since its adoption and even to th, present day its usefulness is limited to sending metssage and parcels in straight lines between given points, It has remained for on Amorican to thoroughly remodel the idea, and by combining electricity with the air pressure power employed abroad, bring to a state of porlootion an system of switching off messages at will from the main tube at any point desired as complete as it is wonderful. The service in London is confined to the trunsmisslou of telegraph meeesago. These I are placed in the tubes in 'carrlers,' being s propelled in one direction by comproesed air I and drawn an the other direction by rareflec lion of air in the tube. It is estimated that in London and the provinces there are 129 tubes, of ...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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WANDERINGS IN ASIA. A VISIT TO JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

S WA1NDERINGS IN ASIA, B masr Hox. JA]ES (aaMP BEr. A VISIT TO JAVA. jn.the early morning I started to sea the Tar.famed Boro Bondo Temple. It was not long. after daylight, and I felt-that genial -glow of self*satiaaction which comes to us when we think that we are up and doing at -3h'e time ordinary sluggards are rquaudericg the precious hours in bed, As I have this glow about once every two years I can speak from experience. But I bid hardly driven out of the hotel courtyard till I found all my pride hurled to the ground. At this extremely early hour the roads weore literally alive with people, and as I got to the cutskirts of the town I could seo a stream of villagers carrying their country produce 'coming down the long avenue up whiho I waisdriving. They had evidently boon up and doing before daylight, and I sank back tsmy vehiolo with a humble sense of in feriority. Several large villages were passed through, in one of which I noticed quote a number of Chinese shops with Indica...

Publication Title: Oakleigh Leader
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PEPTONISED MILK PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

PEPTONISED MILK PUNCH. Punch may be prepared from peptoniseod the alme as from ordinary milk, but the former will not curdle on the audition of spirit, lemon-joic, etc. [ As a fooa for the sick, peptonised milk punch is nauchK superior to any .fermented milk (Koumies), for in the process of fermenI tatlon the casein is not digested at all

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

Of the - NYORt. P032 OFFIIC RARERVB COMPA ,-" LIMIITED. - . LANG LANG EAST. (Lo be egistered under the Companed StatuBte. 185, Allotment, sE. per share in Throe ionthe, OdPLtL 5 t16 (000, In 185(00 shares of 81 each. Payable, 5e per share on Applloation, 6s. per share on be. per; share in Six Months. ,I500 shares have already been taken"op privately, leaving 8,600 to be eoub-eribod for. NO PIREFG RETfIAL or PROMOTEBS' 8IARES will be ISSU6D. The share hst whle remain open until 81?1 AUgult 838. Sharea will be anlotted acoording to priority of appllcation. Ofte os the Oompanya No. 6:Qeeno's Walk, SwEnston sreoa. PROVISIONAt DIREOORSB : The non.L.L r.:smlih, Mr., A. J. T. Etit?eon q, J.P.' ';: Max L Erei:mayeri, Hcj . Nthansel Levi, Eoq, J.P. BANKERS ; The Commercial Baink-'Limied, ollim sLtreet, Melbourne. . . " 80LitITOR \. Frank i:Olllman, E.q., '57 Queen streot,; 3ol bonie..' :, . SBURVC?ORI . Meurs Fowler and Gatward, Temple-*out-. S BEOrErRY (pro tea) .. Mr. George Beares, 6 Qoee...

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BRIGHTON LIBRARY DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

BRIGHTON LIBRARY' DEBATING -.? f.: CLUB. : ?: The introest now'"being~ taken in the formnation', of :tlioe above ,club is iitniifested by tho'' increiisu fiul~ the 'numbe'r of 'those-who- desire to:become" moxubers t nj'hI iieeting onsPuseday eveniiig las, was oven better attended than the previous one. The President; C. Lister Esq.,-. took the chair at '8 o'clock. Tlhe diaft of'rule, rdad iat the last meeting,- was' further discussed,-and was passed, subject to revisii by a 'committee of .three, consistiungfof Messrs: J - G. Sprigg, L.L.B., IL Dar vadl, andd A..H::Hityball, B13:A. When the above business.hiad been disposed of, the' Presideint; ave a short address upon the' advantages which will accrue to' members of the club, which was mnost instructive and entertaining. The interchange of o pinions, he said, vould. have a benefi cial effect upo6n ll o'f tlieni.. It:voild be desirable that ?the iluestions . selec ted for discussion should be "upon sub jects' agitating the pvblic mi...

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ELSTERNWICK IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. Present—Messrs. Reid (President), Kirkham, Jones, Coppin, Wise, Pinnock, and Sincox, senr. SITE FOR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

ELSTERNWICK: IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. .WEsDNYESDAY,:tUUST,, 1;.. Present--Messrs. Reid (president), Kirkhami; -Jones, Coppin; Wise, Pinnock, and Sincox, soen-. SITE FOR POST 0rF ICK . :It..was decided, after some dis cussion of ia conversational cbaracter, that this quiestion should be brought on at next meeting in the shape ,of. a notice df .otiono by Mr:Siuicox, serir. NEW STATE SCHOOL. The prlsidelt reported that the contractor for the .ne)y school was progressing very fairly with its erec tion,' but as far as- he could learn it would only accommodate ahout W2O children. This building would be altogetier intidequlate for Elsteriwick requiremen!ts, and he would suggest that the Educatiol D)epartnment shou:d be seized of the facts. The secretary said that in accord ance with instructions, ho had written to the Brighton Board of Advice, -askingl them- to take -some -steps towards celebrating the opening of the school when completed, but the cor respondent had not even had the coiurtcs...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

CHURCH. SERVICES TO'MORROW. [st. Andrewv's, Brighton.-12th Sunday afte Trinity. Holy.. Commupion,. and.. Sermon 1m a.m. Evensong and Sermon, 7,p.m. ip St. l'eter's Schoolhouse, Mattins and Address 9.0 a..m. , u i ' Parochial District: of; Cheltenham-i-12th Suniday after Trinity : SMordialloo, Morning, M?r. I. i.' gudd. evening. Mr. Grilliths. Cheltenhamni, Morning, Rev. . N. Mac Donnell, eveiing'g,'llc. A. Caflin. " Mentone:,l;vniung Capt..Wright..! r Little .Biighton, Mornihg,'ltov' Ai. Caf fin, evening, Mr. Cramer. ., ÷,.r (Gipsyj Vilhigc, M"orning; :R(e ` G. N. MacDonnell. South Brighton, 3 p.m., Rov, G. N. :Mac DIonnell. , . . Dingley,38 p.m., Rev. A.,Ca iMn., Bald IIill, 6.l0 p.n., Mr. F. A. Grifliths. " Parana,'",the residence of J. McA, IHowden Esiq; was the scene of a gay, and.festiv 'gdtherihsg last night, indeed the company did iot, break up until the wee sma' horsi made their appear ance, ,There were upwards of fifty of the employees of thit gentlem'aii enter tiinod by hi...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

- IRE YOUNG FOLKS.' M~Y PLUOK?y BOY TOM, OR, EARCHING FOR OCURIOSITIES IN %.0i INDIA FOR MY SHOW. Br P. T. BAnorru. CrrAPrn XIV.-Toni LOBEs No TIae. A few words are necessary to explain why ientimy young friend, Tom Bradford, the cablegram that was published in the preced sng chapter. Looking back ovCr my long experience as showman, it will be admitted tlha I have been ~iicused with singular peuresteony by fire, one of the most fearful enemies of man. In the month of December, 1857, my summer residence, Iranietan, on Long Island Socud, near Bridgeport, was consumed, with a direetloss.to me of more than 150,000dol. In July, 180i, while I was engaged in making a speech In the Connecticut Legislature, a telegram was handed me announcing that my American Museum, corner of Ann street and Broadway, was burning. I finished my speec. without anyone noticing any unusual emotion on my part, and then went down to Hew York to view the ruins. The Museum at that time was netting a yearly income o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

Sipecial. - ? PLEASANCE'S :SPECIAL TINCTURE OF: - PODOPHYLLIN' : The best remedy yet discovered for IBiliousness, Bilious Headache, Constipation, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from'a sluggish Liver. . PLEASANCE'S SANTONIA WORM SYRUP 'A Never-failing Preparation for Remoiving and Destroying iRound or S Thread Warms in Adults.-and Children.. Should any of the symptoms briefly, given belowbonoticed, the presence of,Worms canbe safely concluded :--estless: ness irritability, grinding the , teeth atnight,startiiig dur:- i: ing sleep, picking the nose,.dark rings under the -eyes, variable Sappetite, &c". SOLD IN.; BOTTLESi 2s. -EACH STyphoid Fever! -The Homhcsopathic lRemedy for Typhoid S : Fever,. PLEASANCES SPECIAL :TINCTURE OF`' BAPTISIA.: The presence of Typhoid, Enteric," Gastric, Sor. ColoniallFever, as the disease ' is variously termed, is becom ing alarmingly on'the increase in this colony. The atten tion of the public is drawn to - " the value of the ab...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT? [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 18 August 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR.     THEY ALL DO IT! WHAT? Imitate our Genuine Magic Soap. A com pliment to us, but rough on the unfortunat public whose clothes are spoiled when the use other than "A Heart Pierced with an Arrow" Magic Soap. Inventors and soap   makers, The Victorian Soap and Candle Co., Geelong.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN SCIENCE IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 August 1888

ETLE LADIES'' COLUMN B 'B VIVA. 8CIENCE IN THE HOUSE. In some recent remarks on. the important part soience is playing in all modern educa. tion, Sir James Paget made the following Inter6eaing statement :-- Even in domestic life, without some knowledge of clcntific Eanitation, no home would be sae or happy. From this time onwards, science is entering more and more deeply into every depart.. ment of life. It must become a general subject of teaching, and it will continue to gain ground and acquire importance." There is no doubt thal. every housekeeper should have suffioieut sclbntifi knowledge to give her at least some idea of the prin ioples of hygiene. And yet how often do we come across instances of deplorable Ignorance of the laws of health amongst persons who are supposed to be well educated. "Without some knowledge of Ecientifio Sanitation no home would te safe or happy." These worde acquire a quite peculiar meaning in the light of eho recent tragedy at West Melbourne, where th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 August 1888

Auctioneers and Estate Ageints. Branch Office--.. " HORNE STREET, ELSTERNWIOK. 'Auction Sales Conducted in Town-or,; Country. RENTS 'COLLECTI D. Agents for the Federal Building Society. WE have several Brick and Wcatherboird Villas and Cottages to Let and for Sale in the immediate neighbourhood. Also Allot ments of Land for sale in. the best positions. on Easy Terms. Full iPartionlars may be obtained, nt'the S Ofice as above. " . SEAR LE, Local Manager. ppEAýR .'R STEVIENI3S'ON., Land, :Estate, & Finance Agents. L.ARGE AND SIALL-SUMS OF MONEY r .? TO LEND. Sales During 1888over £G00,000. Owne? s Having PROPERTIES FOR SALE Should Send Par'ticulars. PATENTS REGISTERED. INVENTIONS PROTECTED. IMPERIAL C HAMB.ERS,. , BANK PLAOC,' ;Off 78 COLLINS ST. ,WEST, CITY. HEARI E, DIXON &- CO:, AUCTIONEER C J: H : EA R L E.: C. J. I EARLE, MIEsONE,. S. B. DIXON, 07 CHiijenY'. LANi' MIEL GEO. KEYS, CHELTENHAM. Mlcliitone, . Cheltenlhaln, 67: Chancery Lale, Melbourne. SHACKELL, WHITE...

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PLEASANT CATHERINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 August 1888

:.PLEASANT GATHERINGS .., On 'Thursday lnst,' Mri tJ., MoA. lowilotniinvited theio members of., his Eloction .Coommittee to a dinner. at his residence, "Parana"; Brighton Boaclh, the grounds of which were brightly illuhiua ted by y -cniyliinese lanterns hi igjiig. on the trees, which gave.the suraoundings a. very brilliant appear stnc. At half-past seven- about 50 gent hIlmen had assembled ait the house, but that was not 'to be their des li itt;to; as on the: roll-call it was found tlhut ,an aidjournmentt had to itake iplac to a largo room adjoining the house; where Mir. Hardhan, of the Marine i-Hotel, had, already prepared :n his usual good style, the viands whlici hbad: tohorbi partaken of:.: The room wvsts gaily decorated with bunting of Iil inations, with the wvords, 'Ad yunice lriglitonu and other suitable ins.riltions on the walls. At the word "go " -ill of course wient, as did the good thin gs provided. When all had. bdeen satisfied, Mr Howdeli; :.inidst. prltinged cheering,'...

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ASSAULT ON A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 August 1888

,ASSAULT UON A CONSTABULE. Siniu detoius assaullt was committed last? Sunday morning, jut -beforeo :one o'clock on;Const able Wilcox, at New stire4, North B'ightb'n, 'idt ifr from itin 1ectiobn .'ti Bay str'et: 'It~eiems that iit that hour of 'thlienirdiridg, jini coisclience Iof: rowdy. behavior and croeating a disturbance in' the street,' Constables Paterson and Wilcox ni rested two well-known young meni of the larrikin class and were in the act'of conveying thaen to the look-up, when Constable. Wicox .was.struck on the head with a full bottle of beer wiii such violence that the bottle was snmashed ito pieces: and the constable knocked sonsoless,~in which state ho remained for .some considerable time. Tliho assilt was coiiinitted b' lhrri. kin 'niamed' John O'.l)onnoell, whose brother was.in charge of Wilcox. th.. mediately. on the fall of the constable O'Donuell took to his heels and ran away. Meanwhile Constable Paterson was surroundbH bi a gang of'despera. does, who commenced t...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 18. Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and Sykes, J's.P. STRAY ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 August 1888

MIALVHRN PN OLICE COURT. S Saturday, August 18. :Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and Sykes,,J's.P. STRAY ANIJIALS. .Messrs. Hill nid Watson for allow inll'tleirihoriss to stray otitho streets of the shire woro eoacl fined 28 6d for each horoe with. 2s 6d costs, and W. G. Kent for havinlg unregistered.dogs in :his possession had to pay a' similar fine. A JOOKEXY S iIrOUBLES. Julmes Webb proceede d against Icn jipiiiii Bailey for an alleg d debt of £20. The plainitiff is a jockey, aild tlie defeldaint a racehorse' owner. jComplainant' case: was thai :on .thll slt or. 2nd of last May, he ontered defendant's service at 12s idper. week with board and lodging..On the 7th ,of :July lie rodo IJolldoilonia in:i a steeplechase" at 'Elsteriiwick, aiid on 'the 23rd arid 24th'he rode Denbigh in the Huidle'l ace at Moonee Valley. 3By tlio'rules of the :.V. ',C. he is en titledito reccive:.£: for riding a losing hurdle raci, and '-£10 for a steeple chase .. Webb..suffers fromn allinj iir -received th...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM, OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER XVI.—CAUGHT IN THE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 August 1888

THI YQOUNG, FOLKS. -MY PLUOKY BOY TOM, S R;B SEARO? ING FOR OURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. E? P. T. BANmum. OnarrEa XVI.-Canuoa iTs INc AcT. In absolute oileece the three horsemen node down the long hill. The horses, as if i' sympathy with their riders, seemed to' md?nt their hoofs more guardedly in the soft beait of the highway, while they flung their ears forward and glanced to the tight and left like creatures who scent danger in the air. Tom Bradford was allowed to keep a few steps in front of Jed, while Mr. Godkin was abreast of the latter, the footmen walking -bliind in Indian file, I must remind you that there was no lenoe on either side of the highway, and the -title stream, which was only a few inches in depth, had to be waded by all who passed that way. The jungle came close to the road on either side, and was so doense that when Tom .glanoed at it, he could not help muttering to himself : ' What finer place could a tiger want for -lding- t' The question was not finishe...

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PEP ZYMINE TABLOIDS (FAIRCHILD) AS A FOOD AID IN BILIOUS DYSPEPSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Oakleigh Leader — 25 August 1888

PEP ZYMINE TABLOIDS (FAIROCILD) As A FOOD AID IN BILIOUS DYSBEPSIA. Thsee are n combination which have mot with extreme favour in the profession. Each Tabloid contains: Zymino two grainR, Bis mnth Subnitrato three grains, Puly. Ipecac. 1 10 th grain, Zymine esupplies a natural digestive adjunct, powerfuily active in the digestion of the various "food stuffr." By its action the ultimate elaboration of food in the intestine may be .aterially assisted. Tioe proteolytlo anrd nmyIolytic actions of the ferments in the Tabloids are especially useful therapeutically, and herein lies one source of the alleged areater u'efulneas of Zymino over Pepsin in cer'nin canes. Bi muth, as is well known, in not only an excoellent mineral tonic, but exerts a sedative topi+I! action on the gastric and intuatieal mucous aurfoce, allaying irritability, corroc t;ng acid ty, healing eroslons, and preventiun flatulence. Toocaeuhana in small dooes oerves a twnfold office : it gently stimunlate the weaenetond, ...

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