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PUBLIC MEETING AT EAST BRUNSWICK. PROTEST AGAINST ANNEXATION TO FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

PUBLIC MEETING AT EASTI BRUNSWICK. PROTEST AGAINST ANNEX AJ .TION TO FITZROY. A public meeting of the ratepayers of the town -of Brunswick, ialled .by the mayor upon requisitioni, was held at the Quarry H-lall, : Lygon-street, on Friday eveling for the purpibse of protestiing against the proposal to annex a portioi of Brunswick to Fitzroy, on the ground that the Fitzroy (ciniieI intend to erect a dessicator (n aportion of the land desired to be annexed.; Thl? nla:oi", Councillor Fleiing, .1.P.°, occupied the chair and laid the whole facts of the case' (already iknown to our readers) before, the gathering. Mr. T. Stranger, L.P., proposed the Iurst resolntion as follows : -'.ý.:.vth ih.asieeiing views with alarm the pioposal to 'crer a portioi of thie town of Brunsmick, and aninex samell to the city of Fitzroy, for the sole purp,oSe of erectiug a' destruitor and dessicator therconll." Conucillor Fraser secondedi the ire solution, which was carrie tlinamIouuslyv. Mr. Robb moved- . ,"' ...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW SURGICAL INSTRUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

NEW SURGICAL INSTRUMENT. A young doctor some little timthe agowent out \VWet, and, having a love for ottdooiclife, and no fear of hardships, settled. down as the resident physician and surgeon of a mining camp. lIe has done well, I am glad to say. Recently he wrote to a friend, dee. cribing his work, somewhat in the following strain . ' Most of my patients come to me with injuries to limbs, &c., from mine accidents, demanding surgical treatment. I find it ncccesary to add a revolver to my eurgical instruments. The miners cannot always be made to understand that it is somCtimes a necessity to give them considerable pain in reducing fractures, amputating fingers, and the like. They have, too, an embrarrasr g way of interrupting an operation by hnock. ing down the surgeon. So I take the ph:o1 with me, and before I begin the operatioi v take out the weapon and lay it somer I : hardy, and vell in eight of the enbjie:.: always has a calming effect, a.d au N: though I havehbeen nea...

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Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER IV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

1fovc[ist. :..The: Rajahl's" Vengealnce A STORY OF INDIA B' ofa 1'D l ri, ' M. DE Y. CHlAPTEII IV.--CowrrTsvU. As I was settling my account a note was handed' me, and being for the moment forgetful of my un known correspondent, L was rather -surprised ' Breaking thei seal 1 read: 'Niul?laiadsrets.tlat yo remain in Calais one day.longer". i-.. -. tit.' I had paid my bill and made every preparation for a start, and to change my mind suddenly and r0 main a day longer when I had to determined to gbo?"ndi jultlbicansooftlieee'eitfdf anote, seemed to, ue to be weakl, andn therefore resoled not to heed the command for that once. 'Surely a day-can make no difference,' 7I thought and so, carefully destroying this note; as 1 lihd the other, ly using it with whichl to light a cigar, 1 boarded the train for Paris. i Notwithstanding my determination, however, I l. t.uneasy.: A stiangd, presentiment that'aome., thing unpleasant was about, to happen troubled me. SNevertheless.I arrived safelyiun P...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

l?ltnorous. A Diflerl'ne' Between Ladies --l?l Nellie E 15tl:c, 'es K' : eity, and M1o' llies,('leste :,.' Mary. Crump, were two bali!etfi' I. They fell out about a dog, and ,hiad ircourse to the palice magistrate in order to ettlo their dill-reence I)niig the proceeding, the follow ing corresoondence was .read : * Ma ry Crump, -Your dogg is treating my cat aobaefull, Il-?e ain't made to stop, t will make him myself. "MsI'i NELLI.E EaTErcE." "Ellen Kelly,-Your impertinent letter don't deserve an anser from aoy lady. But 1 give you warn tbal yquTW.ill i-hy 2011 hfiTlfy lhands on my dog (cedicti6onat5Y ) ifyou ildre. "I don't dimean myself by putting my name to thie." "I.s,[ A[ Id, ;0tI.l0:.() :il T - ,(i.,Mary Crimp,-If any--hane is filthy, I iu?e s-oilkainii ditt" d 6 iiylndkj land In'rot 'order. I am not ashamed of my name. i you are. . amit. It On the cadeabcin ibpbtoed'd hI iaif'rter re. ceived the fpllowing lettuer-rom one of tLe? liitcladie ;YZd?'l rl (, 9:.!1I'1 i d. r'i.3 n t...

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QUAINT PARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

QUAINT PARS... :? heb is like the British Eripire- ? her son never 'sets. Philosopher-" What induces ?the men to marry?" "Cynic-The girls do." Do not insult the under man in a fight by telling him there is plenty of room on top. We may all believe in liberty, equality, fraternity, but we want to be even with the folk on top. Somehow or other the rman who snores loudest always seems to go to sleep first in the railway carriage. The fun a man has watching a woman sharpen a lead pencil, a woman has watching a man thread a needle. Homebody-" How did you spend your time while in Europe?" Returned tourist-" I spent most of it hunting through my pockets for tips." Visitor-" Isn't your mother afraid, Willie, of catching cold in those slip pera ?" Willie--" Huh, I guess you don't know them slippers! eia uses them to warm the whole family with." Temperance-" Pshaw I Talk' about you swearing off! I don't believe you could do it to save your life!" Fuller '.Is that so I That's all' you 'luw abo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

Misceilaneons. = - ........-.-. The pitfalls which the innkeepers prepare for the Americansare as whimsical and curil. ous is they are numerous. He who speaks only the English language has no show what ever, and his best course is to submit with rood humor and go his way. The ready de. vice of not understanding what you mean. although you may be employing the most variegated and vigorous imprecations known to Anglo-Saxon ears is common everywhere. And what can you say against a blank stare, or do against an outstretched " addition," with your trunk on the omnibus, and your rain or steamer about to start I Pcrhaps, .nticipating this very situation, you have de aanded your bill some hours before. It will serve you little. You may ask, and ask aenin and it s'ill be denied you till the last moment,. :,. ., .' This is a favorite and effectiveo trick; and'" nearly .always wins. ,Now and then;, of, course, it does't. tFor example, a friend of mine the other day came .to scttib foor hisi be...

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General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

Fifty two deaths in Jrndon were caused by drllrent':forins of violence in one week. ' man named 1, lix Kampllf ws hanged for the murder of his son and daughter. A Prench electrician has found that the. tlectic' current: retaerds'tle separation ct creial and preserves the milk: A Mrs. :arshall, of Dubuque; lowa, laughed so iulmotlerately (so a contemporary says) at a joke sher heard that-her jaw be came set, and:adoctor had to break the bone to get iler "ibiuth 'closed. A French scientist, who has been study ing the bands of ?anunallaboiers, finds tiat very marked. physical-ieculiarities are en gendered by the pursuit o dilfferent occupa tions: The practice of cothirnig soldiers,by regi ments in one unifoim' driss as notl. intro duced by Lonis XIV. till 1665, and the prae tice did not become general in the British army for many years afterwards. : The hleiglit of in olive tree is usually 20 feet, but it'.is sometimes as high as 50 feet, And it reaches an almost fabulous age. One late...

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The Missing Bride. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

The Missing Bride. By Ada L. Halstead. I t was one of those clear, opa'escent gloau. ings which characterise the midsummers in tropical southern California. A'tliiisparent, roseate vista draped the rugged landscape in subtle variations of light and W?de. A silence, lilled with the langurous breath of orange blossoms, brooded over all ;,?': I Not until the last faint tinu~ofi ,al- on the'ilurizon had declined into the Praiy of dusk was there heard a sound save au oeca sional low zephyr or the Euidiued twitte?qf birds issuing from the dense entanglealtdt'of, wildwood which surrounded? thie old mission ,hurch, foryc arsadcsersd d lrd al fýLSrc mbled .Then, just as .the-liretstars shone out, tliere came a si quick ,pilalioni boffoatsltcps to break .thse hu-h which' ellS& d 'aoswi 'linisr. oppressive. Nearer andi'ne`?erricame the 'ound, and atlength there emere'ed from the semi-fl ,?-h 'fii- yduss'f Sj hnis igi ?Ii ?w hdsel fne;paa it;shble inthe:dinl btarligIg s :hs:as beautiful...

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INSTRUCTIVE BITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

INSTRUCTIVE s1TS.'. Asia contains more than hall the popuia, Lion of the world. There are now sixty cardinals, seven are over eighty years'old. a Peltypoiinibwtn reventy and,;.eighty;,twenty.two between sixty and seventy, eleven between fifty and sixty, and four between forty-two and forty eight. ! '? / ?1 'I The emallest, simplist, and liest protected post c nice in the world is in the Straits of IMagellon, and has been there for many years; it 'cousiots of a shiallbkeg!or cask chained to the rockesof thebExtereme, cape, in straits opposite Terra del Fuego; each pas. sing ships send s ''ob'e'ti'lkitli'f'fltters end put others in, the post (filbe is, selfact eng, and unprovided with a poet-mametr, and 'a, therefore, inider the p'bteetion' il"'ll the nations eof the world .. , The frog, owing to its peculiar, structure, cannot breathe with the mouth open, and if it were forcibly kept open the animal wiculd die of iuffocatibon ' ' SMeIneairements, of a ouarter :clin millicn of soldier...

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BANQUETTING THE MAYOR CONTRACTORS TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

BANQUETTING THE MAYOR CONTRACTORS TO THE FRONT. Sme few weeks- ago, contractors doing busiiltss with the Brunswick town council were entertained by His Worship the Mayor (Or. Fleming), and spent a very enjoyable veninig.; So highly was the courtesy of the Mayoi esteenmed by these gentlemen, that they :determined to give a return banquet, and this passed cl most pleasantly on Thursday evening at ;the town hall. There were froin 90 to 100 )contractors and well-known busiziess aid cominmercial gentlemen present, and everything - passed off capitally. Mr. J.: Dnncaii " occupiTeiTi"haitr T witthhre "net g fiiae Evening on his right, and amongst, others who gathered round the festal :board we noticed Or. Pigdon (Mcl Sbourne);' Cr. Rollaind '(Cibnrg);; Crs.: F Eraser, Phillips, Trenoweth (Brunswickl); the town clerk (M2. d .Evillce, and SMessrs. T. Clenenit, R 'Wallacc, and C. 'bougall, J's.P. Tle catering w:as entrusted to the 'care of Messrs. Ford SBros., who set before ti 'visitoi.?? :?...

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The Coburg Leader. "I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it. whose list." MARCH 11TH. 1891. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 11 March 1891

" I am in the place wlre I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, anil there fore the truth I speak, impugn il. whoso list." MARCH 1ITH. g891. NEWS AND NOTES. "Why do you go there ?" was an exclama tion overheard between two Coburg ladies the other night. " Bcau?se I lind that for quality and prices x'Crury's groceries are really the cheapest in the end 1 have tried other supposed chealp grocers, but I have come to the conclusiont that ' quality is the true tost of cheapness.' However, if you doubt.my word, give him a trial and see for yourself; his establishment is at Syduey road, Cuburgi."-ADVT. A very successful meeting was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Coburg, on Friday geening last, for the purpose. o forming a local drum and fife band. Mr. W. H. Benson occupied the chair, and after some discussion Mr.W. R. Roberts was appointed bandmaster, Mr. J. Benson, president; Mr. J. Thompson, secretary; and Mr. A. Jukes, treasurer. A strong committee was also appointed, consisting...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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KISSING BY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

ZISSING BY MAIL. The young postmaster of a country too n was hard at work in his office, when a gentle tap was heard upon the door, and in stepped a blushing maiden of 10, with a money order which she desired cashed. She handed it, with a bashful smile, to tbocfll:ial,whoalter closely examining it, gave her the money it called for. At the same time, he asked her if she had read what was written on the margin of the order. ' No, I have not,' she replied, ' for I can not make it out. Will you please read it for mel' The young man read as follows: ' I send you 10s., and a dozen kisses.' * Glancing at the bashful girl, he said: * Now, I have paid you the money, and I suppose you want the kisses.' 'Yes; if he has sent me any kisses, I want them, too,' she said. It is hardly necessary to say that the bal ance of the order was promptly paid, and in a scientific manner. On reaching home, the delighted maiden remarked to her mother: ' Mother, this post.office system of ours is a' great thing...

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THEORY OF INSOMNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

THEORY OF INSOMNIA. Ineomnia is most often found among brain workers, whose brain activity causes the flo cf.too great an amount of blood to the head. The nerves controlling the contraction of the blood cells through weariness fail to perform their duty, and a temporary passive conges tion is established, which effectually prevents sleeping the earlier part of the night. The victim should lie with the head raised very high with pillows. Frequently the sufferer who has counted himself eff into dreamland after hours cf misery is awakened toward morning again, and sleep seems more hopeless than ever. This awakening is due usually to the sudden and violent contracting of these malicious little nerves which fail to perform their duty in the early part of the night, and wakeful ness is caused by lack of blood in the brain. It requires strength to sleep,and this burning attack of wakefulness is usually relieved by a cup of beef tea, or t glass of Iresh water may refresh you and set the blo...

Publication Title: Coburg Leader, The
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A GOOD HATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

A GOOD HATCH. ' What temperature is best for an incuba. tor ?' I would advise that the thermometer be kept as near 102 degrees as possible through. out the entire hatch, believing that better results will be obtained than by having it higher or lower. The editor of one of the t poultry papers recently stated that .10 de. grees was the best, but I beg to d;ffer from him on that point. I have tried them both, thoroughly, and prefer a temperature of 102 1 degree=. * What causes an egg to break inside the hen I' * I am convinced that the trouble is caused by the hen jumping down from a high nest, and striking too heavily on the ground, by being seared cft the roost,and hurting hereelf by flying against the side of the house or windowo. ' Will pure-bred White Leghorns sitl' Yes, they certainly will, and they make as good mothers as want. I do not claim that all Lrghorns will sit; but I have quite a number that did, and now I have a number covering eggs. I have heard that a Leghorn could ...

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JACKSON'S CUP. BRUNSWICK 3rd V. PRINCES HILL. PRINCES HILL WINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

ijACkSON'S' CUP: BRUNSW1ICK 3rdvV, PRINCES HILL.' . PI'?LNCES HILL' WINS.: , This match was brought to a con clusion on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for the Princes Hill by four wickets. The following are the scores : ~ " BR UNSfWICK. First Inuhings. - H.. Mnmby, c. b Travel .. II. LacCy, c, b Clark ... P'owll, b O'Leary .. 'carce, c, b 'ravel Fawkes. Clark .. ...r ' Ila, .s. lbw. I Trasvel ... I 1\. "M ily, h Travel ... I Manallack. not out Y al &i: Si?dritf i 11 I: l aw?arnui . c?,b Mun'by Smith. c and L Ltaccy . I0 I?Clarke, ?iandi b Patma?l ; 'F Liddyt,'sglb T.uICC3' 'F''1 i Trael;rid n b:l,\ iy ... y -. S oodsir, ,b M by . .. 1; , ' " ,, O'Leary,.h l .'aten: i ..12 + .. OL. , l, ylib M mlihy, : : ., "",llarrisb:t mu , .. . . . ; a n, rbie d ., t. . , .... , :., for 17 Ic nllninn?r ?I , ....., ,: -II s.rr i nym ics ,. , .... . t ;-, 1i:;; ll, *r: i. cr .. ar la ..te. . t.. " I aimkI h, i "1,l .. i ... .(i " ..... .. ' :il t r ... 12 ca Ill I 'C luti, .t.tl ianirk...

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COBURG BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

COBURG BAPTIST CHURCH.' Menieliers of the Coburg Baptist Church are, to be complimented on the erection of the new biuilding,;which has ibeli secured 'by praisewdrthy energy on, 'tihe part of. all concerned.: Not niany niontlhs lase elapsed since tle ension of this biaiich r? ?the ichurchl was: first iooted, yet very great progress has been nmade, and now flint, a structure his beeni secmred. to lie,, t ,part? solely' for theli purposes of religions woraii?;'still' leadership of Pastor Weller. lThe Bmrch whmih Ii'as just bcc ercted in SheffRieldstreet; stands ;in land?a hai ig a frontage of iO feet, iteh tlie tristees purdchased with' toption iof buyming iin a.dditional 3o fet oiadjotul ig, Ln.uid ?ihof: the usual style Inhs :'beeii followed" iin thei design. 4nd seltiiig acecommodation is provided f% r 1175, which;, should occasion , im.iaei ind,' can be further augmoented to ieriuit of 200 being seated. Full ptro}lisioii foi ingress and egress has been allonedwhilst a large platfo...

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ARMFIELD AND CROSS' TROPHIES. SOUTH BRUNSWICK V. ST. ANDREWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

1ARMFIEfl'AND' CROSS'3'' r 'TEROPIIL~fi ,ýr9 '"'SOUILLJI`RUNSWrc1F'v 3'I'°5 ANDREW~S ,ý: ..ý .; ,'ivnrF.g ioiiiiieiiiV c In" ";.. r'"7' :-L'·lli~;ll' 6iael\ wa commealnced last Sa~t UnlyrifiiL~ the Deifii Gardfenl I hie 't And'rirOews, w!iniiin' tifi'toss, dcided to bait .`iiid co1iiiiedt a eslore ;of 63. bootth' followed, an ul4oieiiButiie was :Calfeif find loaf, si'. wickets'for£ 91 "ruiii of which -Newesom miade "and iPof joy, list Out, 2o 4 ·-, p2 fihe fiiIowin' q are the scores =' 1 { Ni , Miff ii )!~ JfirajiL If fiw\ick, roe out > ° t ituruii', Malf ionii ' heifiiiod; c. LifRob rtop ii 1 -' ile b MJafonii 12 iCosteii, Iuuberout ij a, tO ' l , . ley'if Malone., l c 1 s ' otnnif t~ ro I u . is iiii 1o rlll,Aff~ufe , ?t'i ffedoiuud.(< u;'c***".f'.Wo: 2 b. Nuaoi, b.3 siowii 'u : ~ fob .ridou ab Lot ff 'ýt 7F etII fre . yiibb iiiilr40£ . ;i~ xt b ·_. i " i'e a icitet .... :11J'ibO , ib' o l.ix°t=:''six Ii.Fe, iis i tl t !lb rsi,; otlo ..1a9 {ir. .. iriut:,`.u inrJR.Ir...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

.PRESENTATION. On Monday eiening last a pleasing cereumony took place in Holy Trinity Church schoolroom, Coburg, when Miss -Biddle, the late organist, was made the recipienL of a handsomely illuminated `address, and gold bracelet, the latter. being:tastefully engraved and mounted with sapphires and pearls. Cr. Fisilher, on behalf of and meidbiers of the congre gation, made the presceitation to Miss: ;Biddle; aid, in, a :few ?, ells cliosen ability the lady possessed as an organist, and also expressed great pleasure at being present on such an occasion. Mr. Thomas Biddle, late choir-nmaster to Holy Trinity, was also the recipient of an elaboratly friamed group of members of Holy Trinity Church Choir handsoinely illuminated, with the swords "Preseinted to Mr. Biddle, by ?Imembers of Holy Trinity church choir, Coburg, as a mark of their esteem,. and in recog nitioil of his past services. December, 1890.'? Tie whole was executed at the stiudio.of Mr. Garrood, Brunswick. SMr. uV'. Wilmhn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

Having an Extensive Circulation throughout the Immnediate and Surrounding Districts, our columns afford Unequalled Advantages for Advertising, and supply Tradesmen. Manufacturers, and others with the best means of giving publicity t7 their various trades and callihns.

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SPORTS DEPOT TROPHY. COBURG V. RICHMOND UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Coburg Leader — 18 March 1891

SI'Uitfh' >PEPOT,'1TROPHIx. GCbUi t. \ ' RIGI IM1ONI.UNION Til' allllatc? was contiuhe: ot iSatur tiny on,, :the Cobiirg, recreation` reserve. ;\Yleir the stiunips were lastidrawn 'the scorer -: wcrce i.n '-fullowi' ':Ricliniltidid Union, Iirat innings,' .122,'' C' ioburg hfirst titiniitig 118. Ottn Satnrday last Riihidiniiod wein itii fm" their f seconid in iigi aind ii i 'itiie isnCalled h id loit ti wicketut.s I.i1a i"le follotw Iiga ictlihe scores:- tIIICIIiOND UNION. it°,t.'t a , ,"ii bal i iii+. . i . ' Elliott, i b'ucDonitald?' ' 38 (t'LIoughlini, II Selway ... " i owues, c. b ulway .. Du Illeo d, lllihl I oyd ·u; ,b . l?e -iy .'i,," i"... 'Siiei .r, `i b lwd.w Ithu.cy, c, b ML ul)otialtl ,1 . lcDernlutl. b eltway : .. t l, 'et u . to uts ...t , . . 1s Stowlitig A:inlysis 3-lway, 7l ik tfto ? 43 ; McD)oal2 0 for 21, Robi?son, I for 38 binson. I for i. is ' I CBiRnsl, GIt I.. ciii i Firtr i t oiiso id .. i . lesoa, c. b Howes ... :12 'ileceioon, ei lo , ... ... iJ . llot rt...

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