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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF COGLIN. Meeting held at Oodla Wirra on Feb. 81, 1920. Present: Crs. G. L. Ferguson (chair), E. Darragh, C. H. Meyers, T. O'Connell. H. Davies, P. McElister, and the clerk. Minutes of the last meeting were read and con firmed. Cr. McElister apologized for the absence of Cr. Rasmus, who is in Adelaide on business. Three months' leave of absence was granted to Cr. Rasmus from date? Correspondence was received from Secretary for Lands, re application for permission to transfer perpetual lease No. 4743 and right of purchase lease No. 7274. held by, J. B. * Bula, 223/5 and 185/6 respectively, Hd. of Coglin;. also perpetual lease No. 10160, held by Public Trustee; estate of late J.. Q'Conhell, sections 13 and 14. Hd. of Coglin; also perpetual lease No. 10390, held by _ F. ,W. Gunther, sections 113/4, 123/4, 1288, Hd. .of Parnaroo; and also perpetual lease No. 11151, held by T. . W- Heimig, senr., section 85N, Hd. of Parnaroo. From Registrar General of Deeds.ad vising th...

Publication Title: Times And Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia, The
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A RELIABLE HOME-MADE REMEDY FOR COLDS, BRONCHITIS. ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

A RELIABLE HOME-MADE REMEDY FOR COLDS, BRON CHITIS. ETC. The treatment of Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Influenza, and Sore Throats calls for ,some> thing that vHl destroy disease genns from the throat and bronchial tubes, soothe and heal infiamed mucous membrane, loosen phlegm, and tone up the general system. For this purpose money cannot buy a better .medicine than that, a sunt of which any one may pre fare in their own homes in a few moments by adding HEENZO (registered name for He&u's Essence) to warm water and sweet ening as per easy directions supplied with each hotile. As HEENZO cofts only 2/-, and * pint of ready-made cough mixture would cost at least 12/-, it will be seen that a big money savi&g is to be effected by making your own HEENZO cough mixture, HEENZO It stocked by chcsutt* asd store*. S/; or six fcoM* far 17/8.

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) Sir-Would you kindly publish in your paper as under:-In reference to the report in your last issue, under Car rieton District News, it reads: "The jury came to a decision, such as it was, after Ta few minutes' retirement; the verdict^ took minutes, where the pre paration of the case took 3 days and nights." As I, unfortunately, have been called on the jury, and in fairness to the other jurors, I credited your special correspondent with more common sense than to put up such a one-sided report, which. is an old game of his. I ask that individual to adopt more manly method of reporting. I a msure if he repeated his report to me personally it would be an advantage to your worthy paper, especially if your "own special correspondent" could report all the real facts 611 the matters. I also noticed in your paper the following true words: "PnHic Reformers had need to prac tice 011 their own hearts that which they propose to try on others."-Charles F. Put "rep...

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SPORTING. CRICKET CHATTER. YONGALA V. BUFFALOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

SPORTING. CRICKET CHATTER. YONGALA v. BUFFALOES. The above match was played at Yon ta!a on Saturday last. Scores: --Buffaloe's First Innings. v . Jones, b. Rock 0 E. Von Bertouch, b. Rock 1 \V. Adams, b. Hock 9 E. Savrers, b. Laycock 2 F. Willcox, b. Laycock 0 R. Cartv, run out 3 A. Ledger, b. Rock 0 H. Jones, b. Rock 11 J. Reynolds, c. Burton, c. Rock ..3 R. Schumann, not out 2 A. Mnnro, b. Rock 0 Total 31 Cowling: F. Rock, 7 for 16; F. Lay cock, 2 for IS. Second Innings. A. Munro, b. Rock 11 E. Von Bertouch, c. Graefe, b. Lay cock 1 W. Adams, c. Johnston, b. Lay cock 2 V. Jones, c. C. Gleeson, b. Lay cock 0 E. Sawers, b. Burton 4 F. Willcox, run out 6 H. Jones, c. Turner, b. Laycock ._. 1 J. Reynolds, c. Graefe, b. Lay cock 0 R. Carty, stpd. Turner, b. C. Miller 8 R. Schumann, b. Burton 2 A. Ledger, not out .. .. 0 Sundries 3 Total : 38 Bowling: F. Rock, 1 for 10; F. Lay cock. S for 11; J. Burton, 2 for 11; C Miller, 1 for 3. -Yongala. F. Turner, b. V. Jones .. ..- .. 12 P. Graefe...

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WHAT UNCLE THINKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

WHAT UNCLE THINKS. ?"TJiere is an old fogy ill our imds: with a superfluity, of ideas on all sub jects. As a "deserving case," he is w-orth listening- to, J.nd as there is an abundance 01 logical deductions to be drawn therefrom, I am disposed to give you his mature deliberate is from time to time. The subject mat ter 0? such opinions will, of coi'rse, be varied considerably, as he is an authority on many things, with a plausible, way of putting the case be yond dispute. Uncle Siiss, as he will be known in his profound observations, to be re« counted in your columns, if you choose to give them publicity, is a characteristic 'offspring of a q-,e t::i::king nature that s.ores up. its fconey of observation fro:n the wi.d fiov.ers of conviction in flic cal-. .1 r. i.y atmosphere of reclining age. "See here,"' said Uucie Siias, "the things I know arc so changing to the things X don't know that I'm very doubtful, at times about the advance ment of the -world. The old ana simple Ways seem ...

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THE TURF. JAMESTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

THE TURF. JAMESTOWN RACES. aJfl . .£VaS usuaI ®ood attend ance at the meeting on Wednesday, 25th uit., and the club was favoured wth good weather. The fields were small, and only two horses faced the T"fcrtir the Jamestown Handicap, ihe betting was not quite so heavy as usual, £3,4X3 5/ going through the suits 3S aga,nst *?-735 iast year. Re Handicap Hurdles. Two miles. £103 10/-Mr. A. J. Webber's Boucaut Boy, 9 9 (Miller) .. i i'7 J, A. Nesbit's ' / Q'pibrtc, 10 0 (Quinn) 2 Cj?hechan s Arktos, 9 7 (Clifford) 3 /,?'h/cr starters_£i2i 5/, St'. Cyprian; r u io^ y Donald; £35 s/, Real Gold; £27. Lord Merryman. Time, 3 m. 57 sees ^Dividends-14/3 for 5/; 2nd horse, Belalie Stakes. . , Six furlongs. o1« ~7^Ir* j" O'Dwyer's Topay, 9 0 (Lawrence) i £121 5/-Mr. A. Wallace's Kal . J'nta, 9 0 (Reddan).: 2 £52 s/-Messrs. J. & A. E Michael s Lady Hammall, 9 o (Bissett) , V ?fthe/" S^rrterS~£58 10/> Golden Reef, £33, Weewanda; £3S 10/, Lady t-f '.r ucyrus; i56> °ove; Cappo C; S/' Me...

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CARRIETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

CAKRIETON. February 84 th.-A very pretty, ''though quiet wedding,..was celebrated in the, Carrieton Church of England on Saturday last at 8 p.m., when" Miss Lena Clara, eldest daughter -of Mr. F. Vater, was joined in holy bonds by the Rev. Kain to William Ashwell, of James town. The iride was given away iy her father, Mr. Fred" Vater, and wore a crepe de chene coat and skirt, and a saxe blue hat Although the wedding was supposed to be a quiet affair, the - Church was crowded, and the whole proceedings went off very smoothly - except for'the appearahce of two girls, who were asked to leave the Church, or get a covering for their heads. The bride and groom, hot being able to catch a train till Tuesday morning, journeyed to 'the bride's home till that day, and on Monday night were treated to a great serenading by "the lads of the village" with their tin can" band. The happy couple rose to the occasion, and afl the serenaded had a right royal time, several being heard to remark, "Gee! B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

F. H. FRITH, jmseSiMfl infer Auctioneer Valuator. Qualified to prepare and. certify Mortgages, Leases, Transfers, and-all Documents for the purposes of '"Hie Real Property Act." HOUSES, FARMS/RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS AND BUSINESSES FOR SALE. .Rents Collected, Surveys Arranged, and Wills . " Prepared. F. H. FRITH, Opposite Railway Station, MAIN STREET, PETERBOROUGH. Tlie Car fbr Hard Service t The durability, limplicity, beauty sod hbvmIIIM of the Ondud car places it in a dan byitseU. Kvary Overland !? completely equipped,' including electric lighting and starting, »<* hifiii tension msgneto. - Don't pnrehase yonr ear nntil yon team all abont the Overland. Write ai to-day. WE AR? REPAIR SPECIALISTS! No matter what Is wrong with yonr car we guarantee to remedy it promptly and thoroughly it the lowest prieee. Our workshop is the best equipped in Aoitralia, and only experts an employed. 60-68 Flinden St. -Addrau all your enquiries to ADUUDi ~r V J r 6. ' /* The Factory that Prod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

SOUTH BRITISH MARINE, ACCIDENT. Insurance Company, Ltd A purely Australasian. Company, -authorised capital, £2,000,000. . :4.v«ty description Of Property. in ^aiag HAYSTACKS and CROW 9«S CROPS, insured it Lowest ? Current Rates DAMAGE BY "sXICHTJJiKG covered Without Extra , ??. -Premium, , Employers protected *gamst their liability for accidehti' tp their workmen. 'Lowest Rates. Perfect security. . ._ ~ v ?? Prompt-.Settlement!). SA Branch-Grenfell Street. ? -A- ^T. AStlWi^ - Agent at PeterborOneh- >' . R. HEITHERSAY ' ' iTARitERS are recommended to ? -I- --- - Secure:their Supplies .for Next Harvest as early as possible and thus avoid .last reason's shortage. ? Write at.oacefor quotations lor Binder and ; .Sewing Twinea. - . H. J. PENNO -ft CO, LTD, '?Darling BUILDINGS, ADELAIDE. E. AW. Hadott, " LIMHED. THE LEADING . SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN, & FI*3XISTS. . . High -Quality .Flower -Seeds. and »ulbs, Specially Selected WVeEetable Seeds; Cat Flowers. WresjtiL Posies. Bouquets...

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The Times Friday, 5th March, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. WHEN WE WERE YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

Friday, Sth March, 1920. LOCAL TOPICS. WHEN WE WERE YOUNG. When we were young how different The times were then to what they're now; In honest work the time was spent, To wield an axe or guide a plough. The pioneers that blazed the track To civilize and cultivate The distant lands then far out back Were up at dawn and out till late. They toiled to bring productiveness To wilds of nature for their needs; To battle for hard-won success The men of muscle did great deeds. On simple fare without complaint The labourers found honours then, No Jove of luxury to taint Or irritate the minds of men. They strove to make an^humble home Where love might dwell in wifely case; And children dear as blessings come To be their hope and comfort there Away from all allurement's snare 'Twas God and Nature helped them on, To show their courage everywhere And do the things that should be done. Now luxury demands a toll. The ancient ways are out of date; On pleasure's path mien aim to stroll And murmur at ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holv Mass, 8 and 11 Petersburg, and 8 and 10.30 Yon gala. Usual evening devotions 7 Petersburg. Methodist-11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Rev. A: H. Melbourne. Baptist-11 sum. and 7 p'.m. Prea cher-Rev. H. A. De La Rue.

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DISTRICT NEWS. HAMMOND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

HAM.MOND NOTES. At the iast meeiiaji of ti.e Hammond Council, Cr. Millington referred, in sympathetic terms, to the Port .Augusta, people's effort secure a bridge across the guff " stre2tn. to -link up; the vest - '"side "With the-town-; i"or<lall practical . . purposes, ihe people on-thE._we3t3>de .'lot tie"stream were*50*tnpesaway,and .A bridge ?440 yards -long " is all that Is" '. requires idbnng them -within, the bor- , .ders. - "Mr.. iloyid -Nutt^ ;who_ xecently .".had to graver se ihe ^guli with a mob\of ,. tat sheep, lost; 26& headrjgoing round; the rest sold for '25/. per head, and "this "case is only; one of many." ' The ' . case-is . one of. national importance, and -- Cr. Millington -urged that the Council '. lend its aid to the Port people, in their _ aim. The Hammond Cemetery was recently unearthed from its" undergrowth, and a I working bee have made a wonderful difference in the. "Hallowed Acre," new roads and paths being a big item in the list of...

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CHAPTER XV. EDRIE'S FIRST EXPERIENCE IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

CHAPTER XV. £T)RIE'S FIRST EXPERIENCE IX NEW YORK. Edward Richards was a man pos sessing a natural taste for literary pursuits, and he was also "intensely fond of and quite proficient in miiSic. He had «pent much time.dunng Bis cor.'insment in that private lunatic asviunt in Denver in the study -o! various scientific questions, end had al-o written'articles regarding them, Olid had thus managed to pass a .*-ea< deal of time which otherwise ivoilid have proved very irksome. After sstUiiiff himsell in New York. while waiting for the date of his de parture for Europe, he turned his at tention - more for the purpose of keeping his mind employed thar. tor anything else - to the revision of: ivliat h! bad written during those gyears of imjj'risdnmejit. § He was one day- in a certain pub^ Slicking house,' searching' a file of old ^newspapers , for a record of aome lUv.mt regarding which be was parti f' -ular; when his glance casually drop ped upon the following -item . I "Born-O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

RELIEVES SOREKESS - Sore ness of the muscles, whether due to violent exercise or injury. i» quickly reJieved by Chamberlain"* Pain Balm. For muscular rheumatism, paint in the side and chest, nothing give* such Quick relief as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Sold by all storekeepers. Torrensvillc Monumental Woihs atswj -- A. W STfTWART. 19 EANBY STREET. Br\GS tu iniorm the Public in th* North that he is prepared tc exe cute all Cemetery work, viz., Monu ments, Hesd Stones, Crosses, and Railings. A five years* guarantee on all work fixed by self. Soldier Memorials a speciality. All correspondence promptly at tended to. Design books posted frM en application. R«f«r«nc« at this oAc* SACK'S Jewellery Store. We are now showing, a dazzling display of Silverware, also Oak Ware, and Copper Ware, suitable for Wedding and Birthday Gilts. When yon visit cur Store and see the large assortment of goods, yon will find it a pleasure indeed to make a selection. JEWELLERY DEPARTMENT. A magnificent display o...

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PETERBOROUGH CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

PETERBOROUGH CORPORA TION. Minutes of meeting of Board of Health held on March 1st Present - Chairman, Messrs. Dodd, Bills, Phillips,' Baldwin, Annear, Garwood, Williamson, and the Secretrary. t>r. Clarke reported that Agnes O'Toole, aged 4, was ' suffering from Scarlei fever, and-May Cherry, aged 4, from measles. Dr. Goode report ed that Kathleen Mathews, aged 14, and Cyril H. Godfrey, aged 9 years; were suffering from Scar let fever. -Received. Com munication received from the Central Board of HeaUh, enquir ing as to what the position of the Board is with reference to deal ing with influenza cases should there be a re-occurance of this epidemic. - Secretary; to reply giving information asked for. Minutes of meeting of Towa Council. Present, all. except Cr. Dickson. Minutes of previous meeting read and ' confirmed. Engineer's fortnightly report re ceived. Correspondence was received from the Colonial Mutual Ac cident Society, stating that Mr. O'Cormor would be entitled to £2 per...

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COPYRIGHT. EDRIE'S LEGACY. PART FOURTEEN. CHAPTER XIV. THE SETTLEMENT OF DANIEL CAMPBELL'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

By^irs\Geor^e^l3.£i^njrAuuioro^ VTha: J)bWy of a "<Jirir'_&c- ,fcc . . ? PART INJOKTEENT- ~ "CflAPfER 3BV.--r -- ' THE SEITtEMENT 43p "3i^JiiEL The iiext morning- -Harold-w-ent; directly to rthe office 33f : ilr. JEticii- " ards' lawyer, taking the - toogus^wil 1 'Wi th him. : .S" . He iad E long talkTrith both gen- . thsrnen, and he was fnlly'convinced .. of the justice of Mr." Richards' ciaisi. " and of-the villainy and. baseness of' the tnnTi to whom he hadbeen "in debted forhis subsistence for- so inany years. . . ' At- Hie conclusion -of; their confer cncs'Jie Teniarted, In a straightfor ward, manly way : "Sly mother has commissioned me to say, in case I was. -convinced of the advisability of .so doing, that she is willing to renounce all right - and "title to the property of the late Mr Campbell ; indeed, sir, she would . Ecorn to .is; another dollar, 01. to occiipy, Tor. -even a d&y ' longer * I fc.ia teas "ab.-olut»lynecessary, the estate which ire...

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THE RUN-RAYSED COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

THE RUN-RAYSED COLUMN. By "DIP-TIN." Friends, Australians, Countrymen (and chiefly Countrymen)-L*nd Mr. Grahame yours ears, but, for heaven s sake plug your noses. He is about to tell us "the whole story" of the -New South "Wales wheat scandal. "Dippy has it on the test authority that since Grahame's dark threat^Tvas published the prices of disinfectants and deo dorants have aeroplaned altfiost to the moon, and no wonder, for the stench from the slain characters of the "some other people" whom he . refers to should lick the combined ecorts of the boiling down establishments of Scray to a minute frazzle. "Dippy being a poor scribe, is protected only by a tight-fitting clothes peg, but with s. most supreme courage he invites Mr. Grahame to turn on his poison gas. After all, he has smelt departed snake, a fact which should surely enable him to endure the test. * » * . * General Birdwood said he was in terested to know that the sparse cos tumes worn 'by the Aiizacs in 191a were the basi...

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PETERBOROUGH SHOW. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

T PETERBOROUGH SHOW. ^ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. ,_-and enthusiastic gathering of !~assemMcd for the annual ge eeting of the . "Peterborough ociety oil - Friday afternoon in r6om,.town hall,, -the- chair pied lSp" the President (Mr. Shilp):: The minutes of the last lual-^and the -adjonrned meetings ?read for information. -The pr; it;Siibmitted-his annual report, as follows: -'4v.%d thejMembeni of thePeteAorough J ' F. Sodety (Incorporated), ies «nd'JGiaiaanep .have again thepteasure insubmit brief report of the do of our Society during the year .9. I regret very much to say that lhg; the year certain members of Societymade a deliberate attempt /jiio^bredt.«p theSociety by threaten ^'ing .to, institute proceedings against -Withe'Society inthe Supreme Court in , " natter which the Chairman gave ruling but was disagreed with, but" Jipheld by a majority of the bers present voting in favour of : ruling. Thanks to the wisdom of Executive, who ignored the threat, thussaved theSociety from bei...

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SPORT AT ORROROO. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

SPORT AT ORROROO. To the Editor. Sir,-In your last week's issue a "Con- / tributorto the Register" states Joskin made his same at Orroroo, having ridden . Wattle and. defeating Paddy's Land in^ the Orroroo Handicap. The year in question -was 1890, -when I won "they double on Paddy's Land, defeating Wattle in the Handicap and Flying. I veil re-. - member tbe incidents. In the Flying Handicap, the starter took ub to the five furlong post instead of -the six. I pro- ; tested and said I wouldn't start from there, and his answer was, ."You can go to -, I will start from here." I informed him if he did-so it would be my intention to protest. From the wrong starting place Wattle won from Paddy's Land, who ran second. True to my words I protested, and after a lot of barracking the track was measured, and of course" my contention wat> right. The race was ran over again starting at the six furlong post and faddy's Land woo, with Wattle second. Now, sir, you can see that Wattle did not defe...

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Unveiling Roll of Honor at Sunny Erae. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 5 March 1920

Unveiling Roil of Honor at Sunny Erae. At the Sunny Brae school house on Tuesday night last, a roll of houor was unveiled by the Mayor of Peterborough fMr. 8. D. Jones). About 150 persons were present from all parts of the district. The chairman of the committee (Mr. M. Liddy) presided. A musical programme was submitted by Misses Simon, Malycba (i),- and Dowd, and Messrs. Malycha, Clapp, O'Leary, Blunsden, and Johnson. The chairman in ask ing the Mayor to unveil the roll of honor remarked that 31 old scholars ot the. school had en listed ; a farewell had been exten ded to 15, the remainder being out of the district. The Mayor referred to the history of' the great war and congratulated the residents on the line response that 31 old scholars had given their services for King and Coun try. Twenty-seven had returned, and he was pleased to see so many of them present that nigbt. Four of the men had paid the supreme sacrifice-Privates H. and M. Critcliley, J. Clapp, and G. Crowhurst. The ...

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