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Casino Land Revenus. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

-!asiu«. Laml Uereniis. . 'He induhlcd to All-. ,15. J. Pownn.II for t lie ^ particulars cf rivenuo rcccivcd at tic Cnsiuo -L.ttid OIHce f-u- tlio quarter ended Deeeinbt'i- 31st, MI02 ? C.P. drpusits nii.l survey fees. £121 G 3 C. .P; -.interest, &c....... .- ? : D- 10 -C.L. ilepiisiu, ? ? ,-20 18 JO . Animal leases; ? ???.?542 14 ? 7 Spi!i,ial:l.'uso'-.. .. ;. ? ? - 174 7 5 .Huiiiesteiid'seleutioiis;. '42 S1 0 . Transfer fees..........;... . .. . 34 '2 (i Miscellaneous.... 44 - s (! ..Settlement leased... ... ... ... ... f. 25 10 ? 0 Total ? ;. ? £3101' 6 5

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LISMORE J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

LISMORE J.C. RACES. . -1 ine louovving entries havo been re ceived for tho principal events to bo run at tho above Club's meeting on JiiTiiiary 26th Opening Handicap.— Choir Girl, Fer nando, 1' ancy, Geebung, Nirvana, Rose bud, Lyddite, Masher, Jessie Agnes, Bashan, Norma. Anniversnry Handicnp. — Choir Girl, Fancy, Fernando, Nirvana, Lyddite, Rosebud, Masher, Jessie Agnes, Norma, Truant, Bashnn, Commodore II. The weights for tho above races will: be declared* to-day (Tuesday). . ' . ' Kiriglock has been sold to go to South Africa. Ibex will be 1111 absonteo from the, autumn meetings.' Tho Wost Australian Turf Club . made' a profit of £11,000 ovei its Derljy and Cup meeting. Mr. G. G. Stead has won tho Great Northern Foal Stakes at Auckland eight, times sinco 1800. Mr. J. A. Mayo has again taken up Sequence, and tho son of Far Niento is doing easy exercise at Randwick. After she had won the Lady Hope toiin Stakes at Randwick, J. Burton sold the grey niaro Torchon to Messrs. H. E., A....

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest News. LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

Latest JSTeNvs. s . [BY TELEGRAPH.] LONDON, Sunday. Sin. Ciiaiiwirlain fold Hie Boers nt Pretoria tliat. (lie Government knew tliat Invge sums of money belonging to tlie Trnnsvnal bad been sent to Europe. He said Great Brifnin was entitled to rce the accounts and receive (lie unexpended ..balance for tlie relief of widows and orphans. The Boer Generals were greatly disconcerted, and blamed (he previous Government ; for sending awny the funds stated. The firmness and.bluntness of Mr. Chamberlain iu reply to the request of the recent conference cowed the Boers, aud after the' interview Mr. Sclialk Burgher and Mr'. 'Wolrriarans advised submission and failhful co-operation with the Government, f-ince Mr. Chamberlain was too strong for them to resist. King Alfonso of ; Spain and his lyiother were returning from church at Madrid, 011 Saturday, when a man named Feiio fired. a. pistol at the Royal carriage. No one. wns, injured. . Feito is insane. . ?- - ?? ? -????-? ' I ' Latkr. ' Tlie ' c...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sad Shooting Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

.Sail Slit-»tiii£ (Fatality. £ tragic shooting accident occurred at Tenterfield last Thursday, between 1 and 2 o'clock, whereby Mrs. Jane McKerihan, wife of Mr. John Mclvori han, corporation labourer, met her death at the hands of her young son. The de ceaseds Home is a cottage adjoining rue lane at the back of Mr. J. H. Reid's residence on the Glen Innes road (says tho' Tenterfield ' Star '). Mr. McKeri han was away for the day doing somo work for the Council, and the only per sons left about the premises seem to have been his wife, two- daughters, and his young son William, who is 11 years of age. In the coursa of the morning tho boy got hold of an old Winchester rifle and some cartridges, which were hanging np in hi-? father's bodroom. A cousin of about his ow.n age n imed Victor Biddle was;, .with him at; the time . Young McKe'rihaii jammed a cartridge iiitb tho rifle and' attempted to fire a shot at a cornei of thbr' bodpostV; ' Tlio gun inissod fire twice. - ^He then -raised t...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NEWS. WARWICK FARM RACES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

[?] WARWICK FARM RAOISS. Saturday. Flying Handicap. — Crawfurd 1, Re ivin a 2, Skien Dhu. . Stowiirds' Mile.— Santoi 1 High Jinks 2, Bivalvo 3. r Nursory Handicap.— Lifebelt 1, Fusilo 2, Katoomlm 3. Warwick Farm Iliindicnp.— Bar One 1, Liieknow 2, Cecil Rhodes 3. Welter Handicap. — Bugler'!, Laconia 2, Royal King.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Inter-State Cricket. N. S. WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

lutei'-Stiite Oickct.. N. S. WALES v. SOU I'H AUSTRALIA. South Austhalia — First Innings ... 412 N.S. Walks— First Innings .... ... 545 Trumpor 178, Duff 132, Noble 17, Hopkins GO, M'Kenzio 50, Hiokson 18, Pyo (i. The Polish wife of Sjverino Klpsoft'uki (a publican ut Southwark, ling ),' who is charged, with poisoning throe women, ;1mh identified licr husband; ' ij iiu fool in io tmrchaso.. Abbatstord, which '.wax onco ' i'lu property of Sir Weil tor . Soutl;, ? :mti )'-?? ?vu'ju-f.'it-i,; ;!ir- nation. ' ii- 'Jam;ihi;ll ha:; lux'' ; 1; ? ''lU'.l Council Oloil; at- 'Murw: 1 -V ' ? '.l.-iry (')' i'«i ' iiii'itcii. ♦

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casino Railway Station Site. PUBLIC MEETING TO PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

Casino Railway Station Site. I PUBLIC MEETING TO PROTEST. A L.xnoELV attended meeting took place in the Town Hall, Casino, on Friday evening last, in connection with the Casino railway station buildings. Aid. Cope, in the absence of the Mayor, was voted to the chair. Tim Chairman said lliev wero all aware of tho cause of the mooting. A previous meeting or. the same matter had taken place, and a strong protest was made against the proposed position of tho railway station buildings, and tho De partment bad assured thoin that nothing further would be done until the Chief Engineer visited tho district. Since then tho Commissioners, through the member for tho district, had intimated that the plans would not be altered. Tho requijition and the Mayor's reply thereto were read. Mr. Cope apologised for the absence of tho Mayor, who was unavoidably away from town. Con tinuing, bo said they were all interested in the matter; they must' have the station buildings in such a position that would b...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

Arcs* I'oa.vr. I Pleasant showers. ; Heavy rainfall required.' Big horse pale next Saturday. Important stock sales announced for Saturday. Petitiou ee railway station sito being largely siguod. A number of townsmen who wore in disposed are now convalescent. . Tenders for fencing, etc , at show ground close to-morrow. Bust roller fl-iur, uuder Sydney prices. — Crouch's Trade Palace. Mr. Carl P.ihlman, of Glenreagli, died last uvek, rtged 39. Miss Wyse has been appointed acting Matron to the Grafton Hospital. Mrs. Bant, wife of th.j Victorian Min ister for Railways, died on Thursday last. Special quotations for flour at Crouch's Trade Palace. The estimated population of Western Australia at the end of last year was 215,083. Total returns for the Grafton Lvids Offise last quarter, ti2577 10i4d. Casino, £3101 Gs 5d. The committee of. the R.RA.H. and P. Society is to meet on Thursday next, at 2 p.m. Sevoral townsmen, during tho recent terrible heat, wisely went to Ballina and other seasi...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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No Incubator Needed. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

Xo Incubator Needed. Thh local postmaster a few weeks ago set a hen 011a clutch of duck eg-'s, which -take a month to hatch. Said' hen kept to her business of hatch inn-' them faithfully for three weeks, but apparently the recent- heat became too uuiuii mi- ner, ana sue abandoned the task, -doubtless to tind a cooler spot, and left the more thaii half-hatched' clutch to perish, at least so the owner thought. However, the eggs were not disturbed, and, much to the .sur prise of the owner, at- the proper time the eggs duly 'chipped,' and tho young motherless ducks came forth ironi their shell covering, the heat of the atmosphere -being sutlicient to supply what- was.denied by (ho default- I ing foster mother.—' Tweed Advo- 1 cate.

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Myrtle Creek Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

Myrtle OeeSi Items. (from our correspondent.) January 9. — The Xmas season just passed will be long and sadly remem bered by some for its -in tense boat.' The hot winds which prevailod havo dried up tho pastures and greatly retarded the growing crops. According to the regis tration 'of tho thermometer tho four hottest days here were Amas JLtay, llldeg. in the shade; Sunday, 23th De cember,' .113 ; Saturday, January 3rd, 116; and Sunday, 4th Jauuai'}', 114. On Boxing Day a picnic was held in the vicinity of Black Swainp, by tho residents of Myrtle Creek aud Wyan. Over 100 attended, and all enjoyed themselves as well as tho intcuso heat ivould permit. It is reported there was a case of sun stroke at tho ' Union Camp ' oil Satur day last, but no further particulars are to hand. Myriads of small black flies exist, which are a pest to man and beast, tho horses .particularly suffering from in flammation of tho eyes caused by the pest. We are pleased to note by the ' Ex press ' that Sergea...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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New York's Bachelor Girls' Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

Xcw fork's ISsivlielor fiir!*' (JluS». O.vu of the most interesting clubs 111 New York is made up by about 1.00 young and attractive business girls. Their object was to found a club for the bench t of those girls whose busi ness causes them to liVe away from 1 home, aud who therefore hnd the city a dismal, lonely place. At. the lirst. 1 meeting they agreed to run the club with 110 constitution and no bye-laws, 1 in order to- eliminate rod tape. The: only condition necessary to eligibility ' was that every young woman must be i self-s'upporting, for the definition of a bachelor girl, according to the j ' G.B.'s ' idea, is a girl who earns | Iter own living. They also put. an age ' limit at one end, but not at llie other. I No girl under the. age of 1(3 years is I eligible, but any old girl can join. I The lady president, speaking of the ! club's attitude towards the sterner sex, say» .- — 'We are not opposed to men. Our fathers are men. None of the girls are old enough to have lost i...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notifications. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

Gnzclte IVoljiicalioiis. The undermentioned gentlemen havo been appointed Trustees of Casino Tem porary Common, viz., — Messrs. Spencer J. St. C. Butler, Robert A. Carlton, James T. Junor, junior, Charle3 Knoetzsch, and JoliirMulvena. Tenders close on 19th instant for erection of timber beam Dnugo over Toven Creek, road Alstonville-Booyong road to Tevon Junction. The gold mining leaso of W. R. Kay and others, No. 14, 2 acres, parish Girard, at Drake, has been declared void. After-auction purchaso approved Alfred Goldsmith, allotments 1 to 4, section 58, village of Coraki, 10 acres, prico £00. Tho Rev. II. R. Nixon, Church of England, Lismore, has been licensed to celebrate marriages ; and the Rev. S. M'Donnell, Roman Catholic priest, at Wardel).

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Rural England." RIDER HAGGARD'S SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 13 January 1903

? lturaMSiiglaiHl.' KIDIili HAGGARD'S SUUCiKSTIONS. In the two handsome volumes of '? Rural England' -(says the 'Daily Mail') Mr. Rider Haggard relates the story of his pilgrimage through the country districts of England, and presents tho public with the lessons lie lias learnt. It is not a bright story. It tells of waste places and depopulated villages, of a decimated population, of a farmer class which struggles gallantly but daily decreases 111 numbers, and ot a labour class which 111 some districts is disappearing and in others has long since vanished. ' Some parts of England,' Mr. Haggard writes, 'are becomimr al most as lonesome as the veldt of Africa. The farm labourer is looked down upon, especiallv by young women of his own class, and conse quently looks down upon himself. He is at the very bottom ol the social scale.' The result, of this is that the npgrowing generation of agricultural labourers, havimr 110 --nnfuWm- m themselves, do not learu their business, ; and are uns...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEATHER. MR. WRAGGE'S FORECAST. BRISBANE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

THIS WEATHEK. _ II MRf WRAGGE'S FORECAST ^ I' BRISBANE, Tiiuksday. N i-:\v South W alkb. —Fine and . com paratively cool throughout, oxcept along tho coast, where fresh to strong souther hos aro still probable, also with passing showers. and areas of rough soa. ?. -

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Ljatentf '£ST©ws. , - 1 rEY TELEGRAPH:]' ' ' '' 1 LONDON, -Wednesday. Mi;. Chajibeucain's discussions with tho loading citizens of Johannesburg huve resulted in an ugreoniont by which tho Imporial Government guarantoos a public, works loan of - £30,000,001). Tlio Transvaal war contribution has boon fixed at £3U,UUU,ww, ana an iiiiuoisumu inghas been readied on tlio labour ques tion. Tho ' I'imes' heartily congratu lates Mr. Chamberlain for arranging u voluntary war contribution. Tho 'Stan- dard' states that if tlie settlement is somewhat indulgent to tho Rim d, yet it' will in tlio long run prove advantageous and in tho highost Imperial interests. Tho coal famine in the United States, combined with the bitterly cold weather provailing, is causing much suffering ' ? ? .11 Siat,a„ r.ovcn.io l,mio an v/uimvo. ii been frozen to death at Chicago. The Russian Budget shows a revonuo of £200,000,000, and a small surplus. Large additional provision is to bo mudo for the Army and Navy, and fo...

Publication Title: Richmond River Express And Tweed Advertiser, The
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Weekly Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

Weekly Calendar. 1 JANUARY. . JS ! , . ( -,«s ' . ! H. .WATER i - s i 1 -I ^ ' 5 - a .2 .2 o-., a ?? rn ? ' ? a u. .-s'l ' ^ = .= I . cj' jMor.'Aft. A £ cn i II. M.lll. .M.jll.M.I I*. M.l'A. M.lH. M. U.M. Ifi F 1 2 4 :- 0,7 9 9 8 7 33 10 1.4 1039 17 S 12 5 5 117 9 9 47 S39 11 31127 18 S 12 5 5 -2i7 . 9 10 24 9.43 1 1 50 :— . '19 M 12 55 37' 911 V1 10'44ll210 I241'| 20:T 12 0 5 4 7 8 11 371 143^1 12 1 4-3 J 21 W' 12 l-5 fi7:'; S AtM. P.M.| 21U 2 18 ?22iTh 12 0,5 .7|7- 7}I2 lo d;35 32lj 353 ? .Phases :of:.tiie ,Moo-'. ? ? t . East Quarter,- January. 20, 9.41 p.m.

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

J2 it-.V Sj ' 1'^ E ,-?E S- , ,, /. j... — rr— k ?' ' A sword-fish over 16ft. in length was caught r.at jjYamba .. 011 Saturday night last. Wonderful Bargains at Moylan's in Boots and - Shoos, aud General lron moii£rerv. Gold to the value 'of ?£4, 712,935 was producod .iti;i 'Australia hist year, '-being an increase (;f over £500,000 above that produced .in 1901. Victoria was the only State showing a decrease. The friends of. Mrs. Strang, wife . of the Rev. J. Strang, wil I be glad , to hen r that she has recovered from; her.-. recent' illness.' . ? - , Heavy rain - fell at the head - of the ? Richmond 011 Monday, Doubtful Creek reaching a banker. The river at Casino rose 5 or 6 feet, 011 Tuesday.. During the pa^t week' 94 points of ? rain fell in storms at Casino. An American syndicate' has purchased St. James' Hall, London, which is to bo converted into an hotel .and* rostau rant. Brewarrina Hospital^ is full- ? oil* ty phoid patients. ? - ? Typho'uLis prevalent at Dungog and Stro...

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SPORTING NEWS. LISMORE J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

[?] 'LISMORE J.C. RACES. ?' following 'are' 'the ' weights for [the puucipal' Htmdicilps to bo inn at the Lismore, !;l.'G.'?'ineeting ' on': Anniversary. Day, vi;;. -1 ' ? Opbning-Handicap— Rosebud 9st 91b, Choir Girl - 9-6,v Fernando:'9-0,' Geebuiig 8-13, - Norma . '8-9, Nirvana 8-0, Jessie -... Agnes '8-0,- Lyddite ,7-ll;v Bashau 7-9, Fancy 7-8, 'Masher 6-12. ' . , ; Anniversary -Handicap— Rosebud ,9st : 91b, Choir Girl 9-3, Fernando 9-0, Truant 9-0, Nonna'8-5, Jessie - Agues 7-11, Nir vaiia;-. 7-10, ''Lyddite 7-7, 'Bashan 7-0, Fancy ? 7-5, Mashor 6-9, Commodore II. 6-7. — . V ...... ' - New'South: NVales : w 111 the inter-State cricket ni itch against South Australia by :10 : wickets -mul -3 - runs; v N.S.W.. required only one run in their second innings, and Kelly- hit up 4 . shortly-after going to -.the .wicket. ' Albion Park (Q.) races: oil Saturday last resulted : — Trial Handicap : _? Zephyr 1, ? Trade Wind 2, ' Glen Bernie 3. Flying Handicap1: ' Pericles 1,- Adamant 2,- Roi...

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Execution of Pat. Kenniff. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

03x«cnli«n oi' S'at. S&cimifl' At Boggo-road Gaol, Brisbane, on Monday morning hist, the veil was drawn over tho linal scene 111 one of Queens land's greatest tragedios. The law had to bo enforced, and Justice called for the boilv of Patrick Kennifl to make | amends for a foul crime — the murder or Constable D:--vlo. Tlie execution had beon hxed for 8 o'clock, and a few minutes before mat hour the oilicers of justice and those whose business it was to attend were ushcicd into 'A' 'wing, where the scaffold stood erected at the west end. The sun streamed brightly through tho narrow windows ^of tho large hall, but it required more than Nature to brighten the gloomy throng within. The following were; present' Tho ; sheriff (Mr Gilson 'Foxton), .the tinder sheriff (Mr. Arthur Davies), the Comptroller-General of Prisons. (Cap tain Pennefather), the superintendent of the gaol (Mr. J. Vivian Williams), Dr. Espie Dods, Rev. John Macpherson (chaplain), two detectives,' -seven, con sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Express and Tweed Advertiser — 16 January 1903

p fc'n iniic T.a.l? llsrk - rV O A of the svtiuir.s tuxl U A' !'j ? ' ? ok ilm.i o' onlv jwii tabie * 1 El RUBEROIDJ*00FiNGj'jr to « Ml.tr? hfis contl'loriro. Cooler then Iron. E. BlCil & CO., LTD., SYDNEY. lull {Mrl'n:Ur« frota the Sole AcenU— f /R03IN- » E. KICil & CO., Ltd., rPURE \ V hON'S/ sydxey', V COCOAy _ . 1' li B Dampcours; is ? Ho sure - 0.1 got the Uwilw*. tW»:u:me. . the I.L-sk. jicttcr hihI r . p. &: B DAMPCOURSE. S »?-!-. , . ' htnisii' - ? . .E.KICII r.„d 00.. LTD., SYDNEY. FOK ? Xmas Cards & Xmas -Presents GO TO THE TOWN HALL. Xmas Cards-j Xmas Cards-'! Xmas Cards : NEW YEAR CARDS.. _ ? / TOYS ! TOYS !—— DOLLS ! DOLLS !- — BOOKS, for Young an/oid. A New,' and Seasonable Stock of Jewellery Just to Hand _ FROM ? ? WIPES & CO. ? , JEWELLERY'! JJSWKIiCBRY I JEWELLBRr ! . Crom-s; Pendants -'and -Lucky Charms a Speciality. r Largest and Best Assortment of, - ? . VONGA ART STUDIES ? - 011 the North Coast. PICTURES FRAMED. . j7^~W^S~...

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