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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 August 1882

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL -!- ? FRIDAY, August 11. - The Speaker took the chair at 7 o'clock. Mr. S. H. Parker asked the Attorney General! whether tlie Government intended to introduce any bill to amend tho loan relating to apprentices. The learned mem ber complained that the law in regard to apprentices was not set forth in the local statutes, and any one having occasion to go to law had to look at all the laws in force, and to go back to the old statutes . Apprentices were taken in all parts of the colony,; and many magistrates were not cognisant of statutes which were not at their command. Only recently a firm in the city had occasion to complain of an ^_ ^ apprentice to the magistrate, who advised ^'^ him to go to his Solicitor to look up the law himself. The consolidation of ti-e laws in respect to apprentices would be *''' great service generally. The Attorney General replied that it was not the intention of the Government to bring in stich a bill. The want of such a measure had nev...

Publication Title: Daily News, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
The Daily News. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 August 1882

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1SS2. In a recent issue we stated that upon, principle we considered the Corporation, of the City were justified in upholding their officer. This view was distsnctly taken by the Mayor, who gave his- casting vote in favor of litigation, and against the pro position of Mr. 'Elsegood to com promise the action that was pending, by dividing the amount in dispute, j We also sta.ted tbat we fell in with the views of Cr. B. Smith, who had stated that itmwas never safe to go i to law even if a litigant eoulcl make J I sure that he had secured nine points out of ten, but where the reputation of a responsible officer was at stake we thought the Council had no alternative. It waslwelkkflpwn, how ! ever, that had tlfe*A;ftwo ^absent j Councillors, Messrs. Sh'pljl and, Jewell, I been present, there would Have ;-.;been no necessity for -the .'Mayor's casting vote. There was . a 'preponderance in favor of supporting tlie actidn. The result of the, trial, however, would lead th...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 August 1882

??P-ZT-BL 10 -MEETING AT ? NEWCASTLE. rFrom . a Correspondent.! A Public Meeting was held at Mr. T. Donegan's hotel, at 2 p.m., on the 5tli inst., (S. P. Phillips, Esq.,) in the chair, and was more numeronsly and in'flu en tially attended than any previous meeting held in this town for several years past. I may say the sinew and bone of the district were there ; shewing the interest felt in the question of Railway transit. The Chairman was of opinion that the time had aixived when the resources of this portion of the Eastern districts will be de veloped by cheap and- speedy transit, and invited discussion on the proposed routes for a branch line to Newcastle. Mr. B. D. Clarkson proposed, and Mr. Meares seconded, that the branch line be constructed on the bank of the River Avon, following the stream tip to Northam, and thence to Spencer's Brook, and dwelt at considerable length on the utility of this route. Mr. C. Lloyd differed with Mr. Clarkson on the distance, cost of construction...

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MR. AND MRS. CAUDLE IN PERTH. Mr. Caudle returns home at 1 a.m., having been " liquoring v/p " at his Club after the performance of " Our Boys." [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 August 1882

MB. AND MBS. CAUDLE IN PEBTH. Mr. Caudle returns home at 1 a.m., having been 'liquoring up ' at his Club after the performance of ' Our Boys.' You are late to-night, Mr. Caudle. I thought you weie out for the night. What did you say you've been to see ' Our Boys,' and they were perfect Bricks ? JCaudle : I don't like to hear those terms ; Bricks in deed ! Where were you brought up, I should like to know. The next thino- I shall expect to hear, when you go out, that you hang your hat up in tho hall, or give it to a servant girl before entering the room. What do you say ? It woixldn't be the first time that you did ' hang your hat up.' Ah ! Caudle, it shows where you've been to night. — Hang your hat up, indeed ! You'd better not let me catch you hanging your hat up anywhere else but in your own house, Caudle, I can tell you, sir ! No, I'm not vexed Caudle. But I don't like to hear you speak like that. — But there, I declare it's 2 o'clock, and you will keep on talking. What do you sa...

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TO A PAIR OF OLD BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 August 1882

TO A PAIR OF OLD BOOTS. ? a Farewell, old friends, I bid ye a sad adieu, 'Well I remember tlio day that yo wero new ; When first your polished uppers caught ray eye, And, tempted thus. 1 1-outrht you with a sicrli. Sinoo then we've aeon somorouglusk times together. 'VVo'vo trudged about in many kinds of weather — On dusty road, or on tho muddy street, My trusty boots wore ever on lny feet. At times V7oll worn, yo\i let the water through, And stitches in your sides had not u.few. Still I will not reproach you with the past ; Your first otteiice is pardoned, and your last, 'Sin touching to recall, now you are old, 'We ne'er did port, though you were often soled. Your work is closed -all your elastic gone ; Your fronts are dull, where Day and Mnrtin shone. Your pegs, like old inen's teeth, are growing loose! Sole after Bole you've had— all now no use. Boots are but mortal — nor for ever ware ; I'll put you by, and buy another pair Ana as I cast you forth, my fnithful friends, Consoled ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 August 1882

SALEOF UNKEDEEMED PLEDGES. COURTHOPE & CO. HAVE received instructions from Mr. G. O. Speight, to sell by Public Auction at their Mart, Hay Street, Perth, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1882, THE FOLLOWING- ' 0WRE0EERflED PLEDGES, VSZ,, Jan. 1SS2. 2lst, — No. 472 English Lever Watch No. 3015, metal chain. 23rd, — No. 663 Patent Lever Watch No. 27761. 23rd, — No. 664 Silver Verge Watch No. 1317, and Steel Chain. 25th, — No. 670 Silver Verge Watch, broken case and .metal chain No. 35191. Feb. 18S2. 8th, — No. 674 Geneva Watch Silver, and Silver Chain, No. 12734.. 9th, — No. 677 Open Faced Geneva Watch No. 577S7, and Metal Chain. 11th, — No. 679 Open Faced English Lover Watch, No. 9055. 13th, — No. 6S5 Silver Verge Watch No. 5224. 13th, — No. 696 Double Case Silver Lever Watch No. 6532. 14th, — No. 6S9 Open Faced three quarter Plate Geneva Watch No. 43154. Dec. 1881. 15th, — No. 225 Patent Lever Watch, jewel led in fifteen holes, double case. No. 35639, and Silver Chain. March 1882. 10t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 12 August 1882

I Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19. or For £33, or For £50. ' ? Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, wnicli will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or ? For £63, or ? For. £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue;, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which ?will be forwarded Post Free on application. I e 0 6 9 KB r * H 3 ? Monhiia'gs, Skirtings Architraves, Shop Counters, and -*li«p Fittings. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN ? ♦ ? — Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. — ^ ? ♦— ? PICTURE FRAMERS. o uJj « ' 'I » Ml ?5° PICTUKES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND TEAMED. CARPETS IVSADE. w DOORS, SASHES, J FITTINGS. j AND [ CARPETS MADE. ft ^ HI - p^ [?] Household Furniture, Bedding, Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads Cots. SMITH ?& CO., Steam Saw Mills, Steam Tut ning Mills, Steam Chaff Factory, Steam Sash F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

HALF-A-OROWN IN THE POUND DISCOUNT ! BBFOEE ALTEEATIONS. ? o ? ? o ? W. Gr. IeS^RM-A-N, _ ? o ? Finding liis present premises insufficient for his business, is about to commence IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIVE ' IMPROVEMENTS, Which will when completed, afford his Customers double the existing ac commodation. In order to avoid LOSS from damage to stock during the progress of the work, W. Gr. HE ARM AN has roaolred upon offering the Public all goods, — (New Goods ex ship - Hermann' included) AT A GEE AT DISCOUNT, viz., TWO SHILLINGS AID SIXPENCE IN THE POUND. ,fi^ SPECIAL TERMS FOE PIANOS, AND THE TRADE. . ? o ? US!?3 Su^JLslES WOT^Ikf^r OIKS'. W. CL IIEAMM, Bay Street, Perth, WHOLESALE AND RETABL DRAPER. 1 Perth, July 11, 1882. Cigar Divan. DAVID 'GUTHRIE, ? mOBACCONIST, Bookseller, Sta X tioner, and Importer of Fancy Goods. A large and choice assortment of CUT TOBACCO. Agent for Vanity Fair Cigarettes. ISP' Nest to J. H. Monger's Store, Hay Street, Perth. Pertb, July 23, 1882. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

Blindness, Deafness, lite. PROFESSORS B. & A. MITCHELL, (from London) Oculists, Aurists, ami Specialists. HAVE arrived in Perth, after a long aud successful professional tour. Professors Mitchell may be consulted on all diseases of the eye, ear, throat, nose, etc., whk-h are treated lay them in accord aneewith the most modern and improved systems of practice. The Perth practice of Professors 33. & A. Mitchell being so large as to fully occupy their time, they regret to announce that their consulting Eoonis at Fremantle will be closed for the future. The patients are therefore requested to attend at the PBIUTE COXSUJLTlNft BOO3IS, Jpxe3inason.s9 Hotel, Povth. Hours of consultation :— From 9 to 11 a.m., and from 4 to G p.m. Bussolton, March 11, 1S32. ' Professo n B. Jiliaviiuiii., Ooiilist and Aurist, Perth. Dear Siv, — I beg to tender you the sincerest thauks oi: myself and family for your attentive and etrectual treatment of ray daughter's eye— the sight of which, th...

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CABLE TELEGRAMS. LONDON, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

GABLE TELEQEAMS. (associated pkess teleobams.) LONDON. AuaTist S. The Turkish difficulty is abating, and the danger is considered to have been averted. The Sultan has given orders that all troops starting from Constantinople and other ports will rendezvous at Jihodes, and remain in active waiting until the conclusion of the Convention which the Porte intends to con clude with the British Government rela tive to the Egyptian difficulty. This treaty will define the positions of the contracting Powers in settling Egytian affairs, and it has been eudorsod by the Conference, sitting; at Constantinople, with' reference to the proposal of Italy i'or the ^oir.t protection of the Suez Canal by the European Powers, which Uussia, Germany, Austria and|Turkey agreed to, but the British and French % Governments have not yet arrived at a definite resolution. The Lascar seamen who struck work on board the transports chartered to convey troops to Egypt have resumed work. Eight Spies, while taking ob...

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The Daily News. MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1SS2. The consideration of the Governor's Message No. 8 is made an order for the day at this evening's sitting of the Council. This Message encloses a letter from the hon. J. J. Casey, C.M.Gr., a director of the Jarrahdale Timber Company, in which, on behalf of the company, he makes certain proposals with reference to the exten sion of their railway from their works at Jarrahdale to a. point on the Albany road, distant 12 miles from their ;station. The main line from Eockinghani to Jarrahdale is about j 23 miles, besides eight miles of j branch lines. ???Mr. Casey, ir^ his j letter, points to the fact that one of ' the clauses in the agreement with ? the company has as yet not been ; observed by the Government. Al though the omission is not mention- i ed as a complaint, nor as a ground ' I loi cuuij[jcuiiiu.vii, but merely to show the difficulties tlje company have had to contend with, yet it is possible that the company may feel disposed to ask the* Government to...

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ADDITIONAL TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

ADDITIONAL TELEGRAMS.; [From. Adelaide Papers per s.s. Macedon.] It is stated that in consequence of the recent violent and bellicose nature of the contents of several Turkish newspapers, some of which have severely attacked the conduct of Arabi Bey, and advocated the adoption by Turkey of- stringent measures in punishing the leader of the rebellion, the l^-ta has warned the proprietors of the journals in question against further attack ing Arabi, stating that the violent tone _ of the newspaper' articles, by exasperating Arabi, may frustrate attainment of an amic able solution of the difficulty which it is believed may probably be attained on the lauding of Ottoman troops in Egypt. In consequence of the. threatening atti tude assumed by Arabi Bey in concentrating ;i large number of followers in the neighbor hood of Alexandria with the evident object of attack, the British troops are massing and preparing to confront the rebels, who are apparently eager to attack before the laud ing...

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CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ? a ? The following Report from the Inspector of Charitable Institutions to the Colonial Secretary has been published by the Govern ment : — Perth Poor House, July 22nd, 18S2. Sir, — I have the honor to report having, on the 8th of June, visited and inspected the Protestant Orphanage for boys on the Swan. Number of Government inmates, 29 j maintained by private funds, 4j total number 33, The children were clean, neatly clothed, and healthy looking. The food supplied them is good in quality, and they are allowed sufficient for their wants. The dormitories were clean and well ventilated. June 13th. — Visited and inspected the Perth Protestant Orphanage for girls. Number of Government inmates, 2S j infant boys, 6 ; maintained by private funds, 2 ; total number 36. They were clean, neatly clothed, and healthy looking, and appeared well fed and treated. The food supplied them is good in quality, and they are allowed sufficient for their wants. . , ? Their health d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

sale: or UNKEDEEMED PLEDGES. ? :-(0)-: ? COURTHOPE & CO. HAVE received instructions from Mb. C. O. Speight, to sell by Public Auction at their Mart, Hay Street, Perth, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1882, THE FOLLOWING UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, VIZ., Jan. 1882. 21st, — No. 472 English Lever Watch No. 3015, metal chain. 23rd, — No. 063 Patent Lever Watch No. 27761. 23rd, — No. 661 Silver Verge Watch No. 1317, and Steel Chain. . 25th, — No. 670 Silver Verge Watch, broken case and metal chain No. S6191. Feb. 1882. 8th, — No. G74 Geneva Watch Silver, and Silver Chain, No. 12734. 9th, — No. 677 Open Faced Geneva Watch No. 577S7, and Metal Chain. 11th, — No. G79 Open Faced' English Lever Watch, No. 9055. 13th,— No. 685 Silver Verge Watch No. 5224. 13th, — No. 696 Double Case Silver Lever Watch No. 6532. 14th, — No. 6S9 Open Faced three quarter Plate Geneva Watch No. 43154. Dec. 1881. 15th, — No. 225 Patent Lever 'Watch, jewel led in fifteen holes, double case, No. 35639, and Silver Chain. March...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 14 August 1882

(?-.'? : '?'.'? l- ? , - ? - ? ?J-jivJrX^I JLJr wJUN Xlw w MJJ) Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or -'-?-.?. For £33, or For £50. Send, for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Gottage Furnished Por £46, or , For £63, or ?; ,- : For £84. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Five-room Cottage Furnished* For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. 6 ' pi rp pa Ktal&^s, Skirtitogs; ArcMtriaves, Stop .Cowirters,- and Shop Fittings. FURN1TUREWAREH0USEMEN .? __ ? » .,...? . ... Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] :RENCH POLISHERS. ' ? o PICTURE FRAMERS. 3 ft O ^ a ffll B H 1 SI H b 5° Q 0 PICTUKES Mounted, ?'stretched, AND FRAMED. CARPETS MADE. ^ DOORS, SASHES, I ^HO JE31 FITTINGS, ««m AND CARPETS IV2ADEB . o O UJ g iJ a. _^ ^tSr (?^ I?**'— '3 II «raa 0 ? T\ 43 e;;t' fjilj [?] SMITH & ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 August 1882

HALF-A-CROWN IN THE POUND DISCOUNT! BEFORE ALTEEATIONS. ? o; ? — £55a S.£LX*:E3 TO CLTSAR OUT. ? — O ? - ? ? 0 ? Finding his present premises insufficient for his business, is about to commence IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS AND EXTENSIVE IMPEOYEMENTS, Which will when completed, afford his Customers double the existing ac commodation. In order to avoid LOSS from damage to stock during the progress of the work, ? ?- . . ? . ??/? ' : ?'? W. G. HE A RMAN has resolved upon offering the Public all goods, — (New Goods ex ship * Hermann' included) AT A GREAT DISCOUNT, viz.* TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE IN THE POUND. sasr special teems foe pianos, and the teade, ? o ? KIT ^j^IILbIES MO'^T OM'« W, fi. HEADMAN, Hay Street, Perth, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPER. Perth, July 11, 1882. Cigar Divan. J. S. CHR8STBE, Manufacturer and Importer DAVID GUTHRIE, of Boots and Shoes, mOBACCONIST, Bookseller, Sta- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I tioner, and Importer of Fancy - ? Goods. LOWEST PRICES A large and choice assortmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 August 1882

Blindness, Deafness, Etc. FEOFESSOES B. & A. MITCHELL, (froni London) Oculists, Aurists, and Specialists. HAYE arrived in Perth, after a long and successful professional tour. Professors Mitchell may be consulted on all-- diseases of- the eye; eary tfrtoatj ndsaj' etc., -which fire treated by them in accord ance with the niO3t modern and improved systems of practice. '; The Perth practice of Professors B. & A. Mitchell being so large as to fully occupy their time, they regret to announce that their consulting Kooms at 3?roraautle will be closed iti-- -cao I'uLuro. Tho patients are therei'ore recjuesfcod to attend at the PBIYATB CONSULTING ROOMS, FreeTnasons' Hotol, Hours of cousulfcuLion :— IVjui 9 to 11 aMn.',. and i'rom 4 to 6 p.m. . , \Bnssolton, ^Tarch 11,'1SS2.. pROPEsrc T» E*I-ln'CHiiij^ Ocu iist aucl Aiuist, Perth. Dear Sir,— I beg1 to tender you the sincere=t '.??]- auks of myself .and family for your 'attentive aud ettuobiial treatiuout of my dsvuk-iiU'i-'s ...

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BY TELEGRAPH AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 August 1882

B Y TELEGRAPH AND 0 THEE WISE. All the colonies are thinking of defences. A United Irishman's Association is being1 formed at Adelaide. Arabi Pasha, previous to bolting, robbed the exchequer like a true Arab. Bribery was used to facilitate the escape of the Khedive from Alexandria. Mr. Henry Kendall, the well-known Australian poet, is seriously ill. Trickett nas been recently presented with .£450 at Sydney. Archibald Forbes is scooping in the dust at Adelaide in fine style. The Bishop of Melbourne casts the au thorship of the Book of Job on Solomon. Adelaide city baths are to be erected at a cost of .£5750. Laycock has challenged Ross, and suggests that the match should be rowed in Port Jackson. By the s.s. Malwa four kangaroo dogs were sent from Adelaide to the King of Holland. The new South Wales Electric Light . Company has been formed, with a capital of .£152,000. £1,000,000 worth of debentures were sent home by the Victorian Government, per P. and O. steamer Sutlej. The Austral...

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The Daily News. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 August 1882

%\)t Midi)) #&n£* ^E^sf^riuGUST'lir 18S2. The Report of the Superintendent of Police for the past year is terse, concise, and pithy. It is a small chapter, containing thirty verses,' most of which are composed of a single sentence. We are glad to find that crime in the. aggregate has not increased. Out of 109 persons committed for trial 61 -were convicted. For drunkenness and dis orderly conduct there 'were 2,645 cases committed by 1,388 offenders. Sixteen Aborigines,, one Malay, and one European were committed for trial at the Supreme Court for murder, against one European, one Malay, and one Aboriginal, com mitted in the previous year. In the case of the sixteen aborigines tried for the capital crime most were acquitted, and none suffered the extreme penalty of the law. For robbery with violence there were five persons committed for trial; and the number of juvenile offenders was 160. Speaking of ' Larrikinism ' the Superintendent says one of its worst features is a practi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Daily News — 15 August 1882

PERTH, W.A. Cabinet Makers, French Polishers, and Upholsterers. 9 Three-room Cottage Furnished For £19, or For £33, or For £50. Send for detailed Furniture Catalogue, which will be forwarded Post Free on application. Four-room Cottage Furnished Por £46, or For £63, or - For £84. Send for detailed - Furniture Catalogue, :whieh will he forwarded Post Free on application. . Five-room Cottage Furnished For £95, or For £152, or For £202. Send -for detailed FnnoiiTiro Catalogue, which will Tbe forwarded Post 2?rae on application. 6 Q id § ! S i H S E2oE3lsIiags, Standings ArcMtrayes9 S&op Counters, and Shop Fittings. FURNITURE WAREHOUSEMEN Mattrasses, Palliasses, COUCHES. [?] FRENCH POLISHERS. PICTURE FRAMERS. I . K B H CO ' O p PICTURES Mounted, STEETCHED, AND ?FfiAMED. CARPETS MADE. f i ^vmr DOOES, SASHES, - FITTINGS, AND HAWTLEPIECKSL M CARPETS IVIADE. [?] [?] SMITH & CO., Household Furniture, Bedding, PMure Frames, Picture Mouldings, Bedsteads 3 ' ? Cots. SMITH &am...

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