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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

HME1IS BBOS., CMBMMIJOM ''f r~'~T ' ? ? j|i 5; --v visit ? £}??' c ANDREWS . I ? J ;r f fl. ' THE HOST ? ' . . CD f FASHIONABLE DRAPERS J? f . nmsoBDiiBS f ? FOB. ; 3; P« Everything lou Want ft. ^L' ' P 2:' Mantles .. V. 2W6d to 55s . g; ®' Costumes ... ... 12s 6d to 5os 13 £ Dresses ... ?? All' Prices ™ = Gorgets ... Is lid to 8s lid £-- ^ We: wish to inform our friends - j«2 . « : thit wehhve1 just received a large jg 0 parcelof^ ' ? ?!? £ lilNBNo, !§? 1 DAMASKS, & DIAPERS, jj. .£ DIRECT FHOH ' j© BELFAST MANUFACTURERS. . jg JWDREW$ BROS, Clothiers, BalmajTwefet J, VV^. Cunningham &G-p. (Late Balmain Fuel Company), WOOD & OOAt M1RCHANTS, ADOLPHtTS STREET, BALMAIN. /\RDERS left at Henderson's Grocer ; |J. If (Jearon's, Butcher, Darling-street; and E. Kelly's Grocer, Corner of Cameron and Itountrec-streetfl, punctu lly attended to. PONT and ROSS, WOOD AND COAL MERCHANTS, Foot of REYNOLDS, STREET, Balmain. All Orders punctually attended to. THE NATIONAL PFPMAV...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ; _ MEDICAL. L GORDON DAVIDSON, M.D., Surgeon . (formerly of Goulburn), has succeeded Dr. Jones in - the practice of his profession at Balmain, and-may. be consulted daily «t his residence tlanayrori, Boolhand Darrall-strceti, opposite Pigeon Ground (late residence of Dr. Jonea). Hours, 9 to 1 1 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. '? MEDICAL. \LL' Persona- inde'ted to. the late firm of Dr*. .TONES nnd MACQUEEN are re quested to pay their nccnunts before May 3lst to Dri MACQUEEN, 3, Hyde Park Terrace, LivVrjtool-sfrcst, 'Sydney, or to Dr. DAYJD SON.x Bi-oth-itr§ct, , Balmfiin. Accounts, then : .eutsturidinj; will 'on June 1st be in the hands of the Trade Protection Society for collection as the final settlement of the late 'firm is fixed for June 30fh,' 1885. Vaccination. DR. OWEN K S. EVANS,' Government Vac-: ciaator, VBecinates every Tuesday 'and Thursday at 2.30 p.m., at his residence, Dar ling road, Balmain. CHAS. : 'ALLEN 'S BLACK WINQEN oils. jcABD.j ? T»rR WEE...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

WIST BAIiUAm, ; ; ' ; ' ?*. T«om»8\ Chnroh of England— lfornl*K, 11, B«t. E. D. Madgwlck : ' -i i ?? Krrtlnr, 7, ,, ' ,, ' ?*. Joan'!, Chnroh of England (BirchgraT* roadh ?- Morning, 11, Bit. E. J. Stardee ?s i ? - ; : trmiong^.S0, »? ' ? - Bt. Jmn'i Bonurn Catholic— Ham, 8 and 10, Father T. O'Bcill; , Vaapert, 7, „ ,. Bt.' Pre«bjterlan — Vorning, 11, Ber. J. Stoddart . loaning, 7, Ber. Geo.; Grimm, X. A. ' Babject; 'The RpitortHon of the Jewa' ' Waaicri*; Cmvucm (Montague street!— ' turning, 11, Ber. J. B. Fletcher, M.A. BTMilag, 7, Bev. K. Caldwell. WaiLVTA* C«»ao« (Callan 'Park)— ? Horalng, 11, HeT.ll. CaUwall * . ' ' 1tTening(7. Mr. J,' Matthews BlrrttT Caoica (Mullens str«t)— ? '? Morning, ll, Ber. J. J.Glassop Xreniag, 7, . » Pamrnva MaraoeiR Caoaca— ? , ?? Moralag, 11, Bvrafhg, 7, Miaistea or chnroh oflsers are especially requested to send any corrections for the above list en Thursday la tash week, to ensure Insertion without charge.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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St. Stephen's Young Men's Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

St. Stephen's Young Men's Institute. Following the custom which £as; prevailed for some years past, the governing-body of the institute has arranged a winter course of lec tures, the first' of - whioh: 'waf-delivered' 'on ' Tuesday evening by the Bev. Joseph Barnier, who ls-.:to be congratulated, not only on -; his joxcellent ohoico -of a fsubjeot, but also, on the 'happy and impressive.m&nrier .iii. whioh'-ho dis coursed on tno lire ot one ot tne wortnies or modern times, 'George Moore, the London Warehouseman -;:and ' Philr.ntbfOpiat,' ThCT lecturer aaked- hie audience'(young men in particular) to notice'that tho su'ccess of Moore' was due to bis indomitable. wilLand.persisver-.. ance ; and that the love and esteem of his .fellow creator#.' wai igalried'bir hUdeep sym-: pathylwith' people of all ^teeoL riisitionalitiesi and Social p.ositiori'j but tho' mafnsp'ring of alf his good living, was an earnest Christian spirit. To illustrate his. liberality the.leqtuxervfead a lon...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Suburban and ^General ? rr-1-! i \ V ? Victor Hngo, the .French/ poet, 'novelist, m politician and patriot, is dead. He was 84 years old. Queen Victoria has reigned 48 years. The -Germans ajre/going for annexation: so that they can sell to ofher nation's. ' Bismarck will soon be considering the propriety of buy ing and selling nations. : The pioniS.-s.tb^he ,BallaTatrb(-wlers on Sat? mrday, was a; gjieat success, ; ;Qabarita point ? looked gay; : A. permanent artilleryman, at Brisbane', for sleeping jvhile.on.duty has. been court mar shalled; Sentenced; to-^ impri^ment; for;?. 90.. days, arid discharged from the forced Beware, Balmain Artillerymen. The Tasmanian Gold Mining Company crushed 1318 tons of stone for 2219 ounces of gold. : The shop recently ocoupied .by Mr. Nurcombe, painter, is to be opened by Mr. B, Loudon as a oheap grocer's oh Tuesday. : Four cases of sudden death were discovered on Saturday A .. child Aras, burnt, to death at:. Bondi, a, mail died while turning a ma...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

^ FOO i'BALIi. The Bi^mQin piqb played' th.e Npwington Pflj'gge or Saturday and defeated tliem by 7 pojBls to 6. T|ip play all round was yfery good, and tjje vfe'.ors had all their wofk out flut .for tjiefij. Cameron (japtaincd {ihe Bil mninitcs and played 'well, as also did Ynughan, . A novelty in the way of a ti'icyole is about to make it appearance in England, that will, if poimlar feeling is any ciiteriori; cause a con siderable revolution in the present mode of propulsion. The great fault that has always exigtedjn trioycling'fqriladies, Miat of^ah in delicate exposnrci-of the hnkles, is premised to ^beientlrely ol#at^'i^j4th«i work by'thp' biew machine. ia t$-'be entiirely by tho ruaoVo'f the arms', the^SCTion being' very similar' to rowing, and it is . stated to be quite as beneficial. Though the particulars Jx- hand'are somew.hat meagre, yet there ^no'j'doubt' that' ooniijler* able anxiety will Ife- Yelf-to ^h'car moro' of thig machine, which, by the way, is called th'e' Bemi...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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BOWLS. BALLARAT V. BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

; bowls. ;;- ..... r,„. p ' j BALLARAT' VV BALMAIN;,. u - The visit of the team of bo .vlera from Ballarat, Victoria, which had been ;the ^occasion .of numerous luncheons, pionics, - ana ^excur sions, was fittingly terminated by a very pleasant and exciting game on the Balmain Club's green on Monilny l 'st (Queen a Birth day ) 'Just prior to the match commencing thd visitors Were entertained by the Balmainitcs at a' luncfieon spread in a recheroJw ^style iin; tlie club's 1 rooms by Mr. J. CalUghsn, the well-known caterer of 654, George-street, HcWv. who auite excelled in the manner in which be supplied tho edibles. There could not have been less than 80 gentlemen at the luncheon, and among those presentwer* |Liwte Colonel Smith, M.L. A., and Mr. Bdl,^.C.? of Victoria, in company, , with - the Ballarnt. bowlers. Drs. Evans, -.BenV, ;- and-* Carruthsrs,- Alderman J. Edmunds, Davidson, v.Cruickshank, Manning,; A. Milne, Broderick, John Booth, H. B. Cohen, Harper (president of thoRosehi...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

' : 'QUOITS. A match, at quoits was made on {Saturday night last for -£5 aside; . to . take place at 3 o'clook this afternoon at Byan's Hotel, Callen ' Park, between' Messrs; 'J. Storrey and J; Ryan, the. game to be 25 up; As both players are skilled a good exhibition .may b3 expected. On Wednesday, May--27thV' opposite Mr. Wright's /'Impbrial Hotel,- Macdonaldtown., a six handed match was played, the players being ex-aldeririari' Wright; ; Aldermany Klliot ; Mr. ;Conway ;Mr. Smith::;-Mri J6rieBv; Mr. Chap man and others^ Alderman Elliot ex.Alder man Wright aud another pitched 21, the los. throwing 10 ; the gainers winning there fore by 11. ? ?

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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HANDBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

? HANDBALL. Some 'three ? hundred spectators piifi in an appearance at Ryah's Hotel, Citllen Park, on Saturday last to witness two ohallenge matches. The first match timed to take place at 3 o'clock did not commence till 35 minutes j after that hour, and in consequence the second match could-not be finished in the bad light and resulted in; a draw 'JThe, first'. match , .Condon and Pyne y..:G-affen.eyj and; ^Sforf^y,. : was won: by the latter, tha score^t beirig - 52 for. the^ losers , agaibit Cl by the winhers.';-' Mrl'. Storrey's Splendid 'tossipgngreatly ooritributed to the^wipifoi* his /«ide;-i Tbtf 'Ohampfons theri '(^^meiiOGd tbeif: matbH'^rid after/30 minntiea, splehdi'd a)lround...play -it'^esun^d in ja' /tira^, - .the- BTOreS\ Being ' Egirii'and ' Gaffeney - : 40, ^KeeMn':-:and-jMrirray.'i;.8T.:'' ? match will'.'take place this afternoon : between - Keehan and J. Condon for £5, Keerian to use one hand only ; also a match tetween Messrs, Storrey and'Keririey for a' trophy. ?...

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Our Local Industries. The Fitzroy Dock. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

JmrjLojil; Industries. 'V Dock. Of the many localities in and about J Sj'dnejtwhieh havejhoir names written ib; the early'Histofjr'bf the colony, to none', perohanee, belongs an interest so deep anj thrilling, as to a small island lying at tho entrance to the Parramatta River,, rejoioing in the- so&rigwotf'of ' Cockatoo,'-', but. reohristened Bileola. When Sydnev Was m its infanoyi' arid -Melbourne a dim' vista .of .the future ; when all .was wild and: jdesolaj.e, .bush,„uiitrpdden, save by the ;nimbl^.; foot of thb ^Aboriginal ? when the 'Iguitele&s-' n sported playfully in the sheltering guih .trees fit f.o^ijaoksorii and'the- dignified Emuj'khd tne-tmgainly Kangaroo stalked majestioally in the. yicinity -of- tha site , of what is now - the' grandest'city in the southern hemisphere,; when Australia was a veritable ' terra incognita ' to ;all the rest .'of ithe' civilised world ; and when all around seemed free, ' and calm,and be.autiful ; a set of wretched : f&...

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Balmain Thistle Club [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Balmain Thistle, 'piui) . The members ,of, the above: Glub held, their first public social on. Thursday, evening at the Temperance Hall, Balrrtaiii.jaiiditlje' growing bopularity of this'cliib 'may'be im'agiried~when we state' that the hall ; \Vas crowded ^vith' ' visitors,' the fair sex making ,r^p a large prqp-jrtipn.: Thb;'.prpgramme|gone tbrbugh durinjg; the' evening was a' Varied arid' immensely' enjoyable one, comprising Scotch dances and some excellent solos. The onfininp song was by Mr. Turnbull, entitled Where .jtias. Scotland .found , her feme,', a^a itt, it that . gentleman f kej^t »up, his., reputation ktor ' goPd-;' singing.'-' 'Mr/' Johnstone's rendition of' Faraway,' was also a great success; and: rec.ejyed warm; applause. The n$f &iiihB&-.Vas iMr.l Steven's, ' Be kind to the oid folks at hame,' which- was- sung with sffeCtr Following thfc! sin^g ; C|ime/the , idance: Shan Truse ' by 'Mr. Lyons, a double sword dance by Messrs. McCrae- and Moore, and a ...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Sporting I SectdnriM of rowing, bioyole, bowling, football, an£' Pidba nra rcQoeatcd to send in reports of mfctctoA I w pnbfioation in Hu» column not later than 'Wednesday...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Gossiping Corner [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 30 May 1885

Gossiping Co ner I .. '-.i Now that titles are flyiuc about in a kind of promisouous style, I feel sure a good deaV' of jealousy will bo aroused among the upper- crust, and hav ing seen by an English paper that a new thing in agencies, giving'a grand ohance for title hunters, has been ^started in Italy, I take the -first opportunity of announoing: it. It, ifu liflfLtlfid Italian natents of nobility,'-' and5 the folfoWing are the terms of the okoular which. has been addressed to .bankers, „and' flourishing. financial agents ?ITP've'r 'Europe'i^^'Sir^EnowrigJthe high position, you justly hold .in the financial world, and wishing you to profit by the same, either in the interests of your busi ness or those of your family, through the advantages of nobility , I have the honor to inform you , that 1 . can, for an amount . officially fixed obtain „or you either certain decorations or a title, wiiich would doubt less facilitate the transactions whioh yon have undertaken. Title of Prince, J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 June 1885

WANTED— A COMPETENT and STYLISH ' ' DRESSMAKER, apply MRS. SPRIGQS, -^Mullens-street, near Reynolds-street. . TJ1H1? FIRM of Hooworth and Milham, tim* . J.' ber merohants, Reynolds-street, Balmain, has This Day been mutually Dissolved. May 29, 1885. All assets and liabilities will be met by tho new firm of E. Hooworth and Co. — - GEORGE MILHAM, ENOCH HOOWORTH. TMPORTANT TO LADIES purchasing Sew JL ing Machines. Don't listen to advice from canvassers, go to HAWKINS' and see all makers. 5s deposit, 2s 6d weekly. ? ? Agent for paling's pianos, nichol SON'S, BRUCE' S and all others. Easy 'Payments. HAWKINS' DEPOT. MANGLES, Washers, Stoves, Boilers, Bibles, Albums, Pictures, &c., from 2s weekly. HAWKINS' DEPOT. Only address — Opposite Murray's Drapery, Darling Street East. ? Balmain Cottage Hospital. AS the .above Hospital will be ready in two weeks from date to receive Patients who may be injured by accidents in the dis ?; trict, the committee would respectfully invite, from the...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Suburban and General. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 June 1885

Suburban and General ! Sir H and Lady Loch and suite arrived ia f Sydney on Tuesday last on a visit to Govern- i ment House. ' ; . ' ' I Parliament has . been prorogued to the 28th \!i July. | Aldermnn M'Donald, at the Coancil meeting | on Tuesday, asked who are the members of the | Vigilance Committee. A difficult question to | answer. % Tb consequence of our remarks about the -i new building put up by Mr. Henderson, | grocer, Darling-street, we have been asked th§ | name nf thp nrnliitant. It. was an omission 05 i our part not to previously mention that Mr. | David Elphinstone, of the Glebe was the archi- | tect, and Mr. John Waugh, the builder. | Private William Robertson, Soudan Contin- | gent died at the Hospital at Colombo on | Tuesday. B Express trains, to Melbourne in future lo b carry a limited number of secondclass passen- R gers at two-thirds the fere of firit-cla~-s k At a special meeting of the Sydney Municit | pal Council on Tuesday, Alderman Paole calico | attention t...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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HANDBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 June 1885

HANDBALL. I The court at -Ryan's Hotel, Callen Frk, wa i crammed to 'standing on Satnrday last b; 1 spectators of the above gaim:. The first mate! | between Storrey and Kmn.r, for.a trophy re- I suited in an easy win for Storrey, the game al I the finish being 31 agiinst 4. The spectaton f were then treated to one of the best cluplaji 5 of scientifice handball ever witnessed in lb ft colony, J. Keonan playing Condon, the loca champion, with his left'hand. The match wi well contested up to 25, when Keenan, wh: was playing in splendid form, got a good lead and from that out Condon was never in it. A 34. to 28 Keenan went out in an unfinisha break of 17 aces, amid applause. Keenan tbn won the stakes by 51 a : eg to Condon's 23 S This afternoon the following pliyeu Ink: siguifl:d their intention of playing Mtrafe Keenan, Dillon, Price, M'Laughlin, StonajH Jones, Bourke, Lyons, and other well-bo^ players. |

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 June 1885

Sporting. I [Secrjtnrioa of rowing, liicyole, liowlmc, foolbul) a,i S orfeket clubs nro requested to send in reports ofm,U„ Jj t or irablioxtion in this columftnot tutor thnn Wednerfip I

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 June 1885

. CRICKET. More nuts for our junior cricketers. We an ; requested to state that Mr. Bowdcn, tobaco- { mist, of Oxford-street, has just received a cup ?: and medals which he intends to present for ; competition among the junior cricketers in and ] around Sydney. The cup which is silver and \ stands 19 inohes high, together with tbe*; medals, was manuf acta red by Messrs Shaw and Wilson, of London. The cup is to be; known as 'Bowden'a Metropolitan Cup.' r Secretaries of clubB intending to compete ire requested to send' in their entries to tbe managev, Mr. Walking, aB soon as possible, ai a limited number only will be allowed to com pete. The competition* are to take place under the same rules as the Hope Junior Cup.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 June 1885

FOOTBALL. [' Balmain Wellington v. Imperial.— Thw clubs met at North &hon:| on Saturday, when '' the Wellingtons again scored a rather ileciiiri i victory by 27 p lints to nil. Touches were jj obtained by W. De-ine, W. Bolbridge, Creel ? JVrkiris, T. Fiaser (2). 'mid Cosh C3). fren which coals were kicked by T. Fiaser and Armit (2.) For t'ie losers the Ker. Sir. Charlton, Drake, Berry, aud I.iglo strove hard to avert defeat. Balmain Wellington v. Petorsham.— Th( ' following have been selected to play to day, /j the 6th inst, when a close game is anticipated; — Armit, Belbridgc, lielbridge, Brown, Cosb.1 Gruen, Deane, Deane, Fraser, Fraser, Goodsii, Nelson,' l'erkins, Shepherd, Sivright. Emer gencies ? 1st, M'Farland ; 2nd, Taylor,

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THE STORYTELLER. DOT. A STORY OF THE FRESH AIR FUND. Chapter III. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 6 June 1885

THE STORYTELLBE. DOT. ? A Stoky of the Fkesh Air Fund. Chapter 111;'' ? -» There was an nritt^uor'stir in th6 vil laje of Lynf-iril.,''Tlie railway station was thronged. with -people, and surroun ded by vehicles awaiting the af.einoon tram. The Rev. J -&'l-h Alder and the minis ters of sister i-hui clies conversed, together on the platform. A glorious clia'ity !' said the Baptist minister, raisinjr Ijis lVat to wipe1 the per-. . spiratiou from;his ; - i,r ;; ' 1 ex;-eet that these poor children will l-« a great hlesM'ng to oiir people' said :the Methodist nnnster,1' l'n -broadening the sympathies and warming. ,the hearts of sotno who had' been oblivious :to ..«ll,in-r, terests save their own.' ' Yes / replied tlie-Reydi Alder/ ' I liavo a practical illustration of that, not a stone's throw froni 'where we are Rtanding.' . . ? ^ ? j - . , - ; The ' practical ilfi'istrntion' consiste'd of the lloxbury ro;ckawpy . drawn flip amid, the other conveyances, with Miss Reli ance --n ...

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