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Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Athletics. Wieneke has been doing some good work at Roma. He first jumped over a hurdle four feet high, clear ing, in addition, 15ft. Bin. of ground. Then he cleared a hurdle 4ft. 6in., together with 15ft. 9in. in length. The next task was reckoned, erroneously, too much for him. It was to jump over two hurdles, four feet high, placed five feet apart, and he managed it, clearing, in the effort, 17ft. 4in. Weineke can jump.

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Pedestrianism. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Pedestrianism. P. McDermott, the Roma ped., isendeavouring to work his way down to Sydney to take part in the All*Australia Walking Match. Although somewhat hampered by pecuniary considerations, he has man aged to get as far as Ipswich, and it is thought that should he reach Brisbane, his transit to Sydney will be easy. He intends to walk against time on the cricket reserve, in the Southern capital.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Ex S. S. MEEKARA Ex DUKE OF BTJCOLEUCH NOW READY FOR INSPECTION. MfV.v-CK -Ifi/i i-J •%!!<;-I ^-1i ; -i- J r. T]B[® J^ew -isbODS :^EE&i)T;ro^^ THE ^REAit OF THE I FASHIONS v for ;;;■;■' PRESENT SEASON.4 * • ' * *4= "••>• 5; i.'. t; .--I ■■.(J::; • tj ^■i;K."a Uiv'- ,:J .-V-I? -u«-m ...i !>i-' 11rv yi'?H? Awi'y i.yn?. .-VKtf 1 .^iv* * -fis • viU-. rf .... r J ,"'i''' " "'■' ''y A' UStJ-ij/;. i i ' "yd "' V newest ; stylesAtn> designs "*<: " i 7\: fob 7 :.?! ^ I .tmmii-H-tki-} St-n V THIS SEASbl5rj FH^Y, isivfis 7& m WRNMiM ibEMBTMEXT, We solicit inspection of *>ur jFurnitur© .Department, in Adelaide . , street.. - •'• • •••*'• ••;• 1.111)3 ElKfllllwAISMlniSSiHtfllliGHooL, **v' ' iii ^Meli <inll be found /.----i.fi o *': ; i ^ ; , 4^ A STOGK~OFlttEDHJM AND good general furniture* ^ h/'t Styles; ' ■. , :;-,}■... H; /■■■ U(W- & \ rMdofjBT$8$£&8 AND BEDDING. ) ; ; /• =,< . / gpj& • ■ -* ^ ^ \ ...

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"FIGARO'S" AT HOME. "Oh! he hath drawn my picture in his letter!" [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

" f I&AEO'S" AT HOME. "Oh! he hath drawn hit picture in his letter!" —lovm's Labor l6sf. Readers 'aye., invited to forward early in telligence of fasMonattle or social festivities, if possible, accompanied by fall descriptions of toilettes, worn toy ladies. Portraits of ladies, accompanied toy names and addresses will also lie acceptable for reproduction. Those not considered suitable ivili tod im mediately returned. Strictest confidence. Address, Social Editress, " Figaro" Office. Of all sorts of girls, Of powder* and puffs, Of Mzues and carta, And satins and staffs; Of manners and graces, Ecstatical thrills, Of bonnets and laces, Of feathers and frills; Of nothing annoyoas, Though some may be solemn, Of marriages joyous, Tou'll'fltod we deploy ns All here in this column. Whatever excitement may have been felt on the river daring the boat-racing last Saturday afternoon, very little of it was displayed by the crowd in the Domain, very few of whom appeared to have any particu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

THE QUEENSLAND INVESTMENT AND LAND MORTGAGECOMP ANY,Limited. CAPITAL ATJT BORIS ED ... ... £2,000,000 CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED 1,750,000 RESERVE FUND ... 65,000 Head Office : —Leaderdiall Buildings, Grace* church Street, E.C., London. Chief Colonial Office, Queen street, Brisbane. Directobs in Queensland. Hon. Frederic Hamilton Hart,M.L.C. Sir Thomas M'llwraifch, K.C.M.G., M.L.A. Sir Arthur H. Palmer, K.C.2I.G. Edward Robert Drury, Esq. The Company are now granting LOANS for fixed periods on the Mortgage of Town, Subur ban, and Country Lands and Buildings, Stock and Stations, Clips of Wool, &c. Advances are made against wool and other produce consigned to the Company for sale in London. ANDREW BOOLE, Secretary. ACKERS, WILSON, AYTON & RYAN, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, FINANCIAL AGENT and AUCTIONEERS Offlce3: FLINDERS-STREET, TOWNSVILLE. GILL-STREET, CHARTERS TOWERS BRODIE-STREET, HUGHENDEN. Established 1874,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Atkinson & Powell's T I M X. A. fpHE ONLY SURE and CERTAIN CUBE JL for PBIGKLY HEAT ever introduced. Contains nothing injurious, and can be used withperfect safety on children or adults. It is equally beneficial for Burnes, Chafes. &c., and stands: unrivalled as a skin cosmetic. PBI(3E—3s. 6d. per bottle. ' i Sole Manufacfcu rers and Patentees:—'' ATKINSON & POWELL, Chemists, Townsville. Can be obtained from all Chemists. Wholesale Agents:— BERKLEY, TAYLOB & CO-"* Brisbane ELLIOTT BEOS. & CO. jUriswwie. ILLI AM PR A PER. HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE, INSURANCE, ASD ' general commission agent, ACCOUNTAJT, Ac. Temporary Offices: 48 ELIZABETH STREET (J. H. Reynolds, Printer). ■ LAND Bought and Sold oh reasonable terms. MONEY LENT, in sums from £100 to £2000, on Approved' Security, and at Low Bates of jbstsrest, All kinds of Commission Business, Auditing, &c., transacted -with punctuality and despatch.' Note the Address— 48 ELIZABETH STBEET, BRISBA...

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Aquatics. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Aquatics. A regatta was held on the: Brisbane River on Saturday last, under t% auspices-pf the Commercial Bowing Club. The races, two8-6ared oneB and three 4-oared, were very keenly contested. The course was from the Brisbane boat-shed to the Gayund&b; near the dry dock. The steamer Amy carried the starter (Lawson), and umpire (Harrington)i She was only useful as far as the former was concerned, as the competing boats left her in the position popularly assigned to Brown's cows. The first race was between Graham> Gibson; Collins and Foster (stroke) j and Da vies (stroke)* Munro, Wylie, and Green.5 They pulled almost abreast for half of the distance, when Green became unwell, and Foster's crew went ahead winning by two lengths. The next was an eight-oared race, between crews from the Brisbane and Kangaroo Point Clubs. , It had been arranged that the winning crew in this race , should afterwards tackle the Commercials.But there was no winning crew. They had a splendid start,...

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Senior Cricket Matches. Last Saturday's Metropolitan Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Senior Cricket Matches. Last Saturday's Metropolitan Matches Names of Clubs. Remarks. Result. 1st Alberts v. 1st Stanleys. 1st Union v. 1st Brisbane. 1st Albion v. lBt Oxfords. 1st Stanleys, 203 first innings. Leeson made 32, Sylvester 81, Lang 23, and Gibson 19. Unions 1st innings, 48. Perkins made 20 and Tayloe 14. Brisbane 1st innings, 34. Ashby made 12 and Walley 10. Albions, 107. Symes 31, P. Mullen, 29 not out. Oxfords, 70. G. Stanton 19, B. Spry 11. Resume next Saturday. Besume next Saturday. Besume next Saturday. 2nd Alberts v. 2nd Brisbanes. 2nd Brisbanes failed to turn-up, but forfeited a ball. 2nd Unions v. Brisbane Grammar School. 2nd. Unions, 82. Lawrence, 18 not out j and 3 for 52. Brisbane GKS., 55. Murdoch 14. 2nd Unions won by 27 runs. Junior Cricket Associaton Matches. Namesof Clubs. Remarks. Result. Bulimba v. Carlton. Courier v. Sandgate. Second Albion v. Pembroke. Second Albion v. Indooroopilly. Windsor v. Post and Telegraph. Imperial v. Cambridge. 1st Fortitude...

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Droving. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

7 Droving. By Peter Bunkum. mtt v"-i (Continued.) " Mark Tw;ain," in his humourouseketch of the Mississippi pilot, describes the endless, difficulties he had to contend: with in mastering that profession. How hebadto l,earn all.the thousand miles of the river, each, bend and angle,each shoal j»Q& shag; the bed-of the river out of sight beneath the waters, and this surface of -the waters themselves, till hecouldread themlikea book, by day or by night.,:; Sp' the .droyei;, though hiB occupation may not be as interesting or full of variety, nas equally as much to learn, before he can reckon himself accomplished. In?the first place he has to learn all about his cattle, even should he have a thouiana head/he should within a few. days be able to miss one of that number, atad! knoto which one has gone, not that he has to know each individual b^alt ih hiB jmob, butby taking note of the leaders, the tailers or the crawler8, and the cattle on either side, f or, as a rt^le, cattle will...

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Turf Gossip. Amended Calendar of Races to Come. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Turf Gossip. £Bt The Pipee.1 Amended Calendar of Races to Come. October, V.A.T.C Cftulfield 10,17 G&tton. Stanley T.C. ... 29 Y.B.C.Flemington, First Day 31 November. "V E.C. Fletttingto* •. ... 3,5,7 Q.T.C. Brisbane 7,9 E.J.C. Rockhampton, Spring ... ... 25,26 December. Tatfcersalls Club, Brisbane ... 10,12 V.B.C. Summer Meeting—General Entry 7 Weights declared ... ... ... 14 January. V.B.C. Summer Meeting 1 Few handicaps published in Queensland have met with, and deserved, so little adverse, criticism, as those for the two principal races at the forthcoming Q.T.C. Meeting: Faults, of course there are, as will inevitably he the case until handicapping does in theory what.it aims at in practice, and brings about a dead heat between every acceptor, after inducing every horse entered to accept. We are scarcely within measurable distance, as yet, of that happy time, when the art of handicapping, like the art of war, shall be reduced to an exact science, and be^ annihilated by t...

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A Recipe for Cholera. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

A Recipe for Cholera. Dr. Illingworth, of Clayton-le-Moors, records the following wonderful cure he made in a case of cholera. The "patient was Mrs. M , 45 years old, she had been ill of it only three hours, and was already in a state of collapse. She had all the severest symptoms of the disease, viz.: vomiting, rice water evacuations, cramp in the abdomen and limbs ; legs and feet rigid and blue, and total collapse. The doctor ordered brandy-and-sodawater for a drink, hot linseed-meal and mustard poultices to the bowels, and the following mixture:—Recipe, Potasso bicarbo natis, 2 drams; spir. ammon-aromat,3 drams; sp. chlor.-ether, 1 dram; carbolic acid, 15 drops; chlor. hydrat, 1 dram; tinct. belladonna, 1 dram; aqua ad 6ounces. Et recipe citiic acid, 20 grains,; fiat. pulv. mitte, 6 tales. Of this mixture he gave the patient one-sixth part, with one powder added, every two hours, whilst effervescing. The first dose stopped the vomiting and purging, and, in six hours, the lady was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19. - - ON THE GROUND. SPECIAL TRAINS AND CONVEYANCES ENGAGED TO CONVEY IN TENDING PURCHASERS TO THE GROUND FREE. THE WATERDALE ESTATE, TOWN OF MARBURG, COMPRISING 384 LARGE ALLOTMENTS. WATERDALE ESTATE. WATERDALE ESTATE. WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG 384 LARGE ALLOTMENTS . MARBURG MARBURG 384 LARGE ALLOTMENTS MARBURG . MARBURG 384 LARGE ALLOTMENTS MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG 384 MARBURG MARBURG 384 LARGE MARBURG MARBURG LARGE ALLOTMENTS MARBURG MARBURG ALLOTMENTS 384 MARBURG MARBURG 384 LARGE MARBURG MARBURG LARGE ALLOTMENTS MARBURG MARBURG ALLOTMENTS MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG MARBURG WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE -WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE 384 LARGE ALLOTMENTS WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE WATERDALE MARBURG MARBURG 384 384 384 384 384 384 384 384 384 384 384 384 384 LARGE ALLOTMENTS 384 LARGE ALLOTMENTS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

B. D. MOREHEAD & CO., mebchants and stock and station AG-ents, sheep and cattle salesmen, wool and produce jbeokees. Head Office j — Mary and Felix Streets, Brisb e Wooi and Produce Stoeb Felix Street, Brisbane. Bbaztch Offices ; East Street, Bockhampton. Sheep and cattle stations, SUGAR Plantations, and other r beehold estates, together., with large numbers of FAT and store stock and stud sheep and cattle for sale throughout Queensland aa«l in the other colonies. Fobteitjid Buns purchased at auction. Bents paid and all other business connected with Pastoral Property transacted. B. D. M. & Co. bold WEEKLY SALES BY PUBLIC AUCTION of Wool, Tallow, Hides Sheepskins, and other Produce, in Brisbane on the follow ing days:— TALLOW, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, kc., at their Produce Store, Felix Street, every WEDNESDAY. FAT STOCK, at the Brisbane Sale Yards, Enog gera, every THURSDAY. WOOL, at their Produce Store, Felix Street, FBIDAY. Accotrax Salbs promptly rendered, and Liberal Ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

tv :®u9ce8SbrtorW;J. Page), , DISPENSING CHEMIST 'Jjl*^vpyappointment to His Excellency). QUEEN ">&GEORGE STREETS, BRISBANE, 1 M^Ijsbii^Y-STBiEET (neaTtb© Bridge), SOUTH >^'f * BRISBANE, '■ ;X>~EGS to call attention to his Large1 an -*-* Varied assortment »f— DRUGS and CHEMICALS, SURGICAL IN STRUMENTS, PATENT MEDICINES/ • ■ AND , DEUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. : The Stock has been' selected witfeth^'^neatest. care, and consists of almost every article usually | sold by Wholesale and Retail Druggists. TIffi. DISPENSING DEPARTMENT' Is specially adapted for tHe'rapid and accurate • dispensing- of Physicians* and Surgeons' Pre- i acnptione •' and no ,expense is spared in. faith- I fully carrying out tne presenter's intention. EVERT DRUG AND CHEMICAL USED j BEING OF ABSOLUTE PURITY. ; j An Efficient Staff of Qualified Assistants kept,' one of whom resides on ? the premises,' and pre :i aoriptions are Dispensed at all hours of he : night. i ., ■ I SUBURBAN And COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPT...

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The New Licensing Bill. To take effect on January 1st. 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

The New Licensing Bill. To take effeot on January 1st. 1886. Ignorance of the law is no excuse, for breaking it, at least, not in law. Many Hotel-keepers, therefore, will soon be liable to pains and penalties on account of a new law of which they know little or nothing. To prevent^ this, I propose to'give a synopsis of the new Licensing Bill, as it has been passed through the House, and as it will, in all probability, be enacted. A Tip for TeeitofcHero., In defining the word *■* liquor," the House decided that it did not include " cordials containing spirits." Any man can sell raspberry shrub and peppermint "revivers" without coming into the category of, liquor-dealer. Licensing: Districts and Jnstioes. The licensing districts are to be those constituted by the Oovernor-in-Council under the Act, and the Justices are to be appointed from Justices of the Peace, but, until so appointed, any two Justices, or one Police Magistrate, shall act as licencing authority. The Police Magistrate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

? ' --<■ %l ' h';': S ^ * Ani"i; Vr^r :>n^f.S;-i^ • ■■:- ■?,'■ •»»*> ;;':" "" -*•'A^^^;V-'-•"a- * #♦:~f; i^LIv V-*-* -^r^f r; .$; <v» a. '„,', .„ ; .'V- >■_;▼ ^*-,ca? s . •; /* . . rzr. tr '«-- ■ -• ," .-v \3'1 j^jr,. 'i .t'i- :,,,v-. *•>-.\>r-t- v^r • . v\.^%^\*..\r<"H -i:-ki' vj.y-1H3.rf .v.--'•' >■---"'.■ v>o -Li_r: •■■: .. - V". •' • ^ 1^^^* . "i".' -""" --^ --•». iSK^JSJjJJfeagg^tsSfiife^a^SftSSSSS&sKSw^SS^^l^^^sa^1-' ■**"'*•■■"'• ggsagsigsss^^ag^^j^ '*<wa^^5^^2SS8a8aE^v ^■^■*>»Mgi(G^a^5rqg8^w'^^ -: . TRANSCONTINENTAL HOTEL, (opposite the Railway Station, Brisbane,) "F. SIMONSON, (late Roma and Mitchell) Proprietor. ROYAL HOTEL, (fiFDowell-gtreet Boma.) THOMAS ENRIGHT, THE Proprietor of this Hotel, which is perhaps the oldest established in Bdma, desires to inform his friends and patrons m the Maranoa district, that- he has had the premises RE-FURNISH ED, PAINTED, AND GENEEAL.LT FITTED. The Dining Boom ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

Notice to the P nblio.—Please to note my time of Publishing is 9 a.m. every Friday.

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"As others See Us." A YANKEE GIRL'S IMPRESSIONS OF THE SUNNY SOUTH. LETTER NO. XI. One-tree Hill—The Railroads—Charley's Fault—Soldier Ants. Brisbane, Queensland, September 15th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

"as others See Us." A SANKBB O-IRl/s Imprbssions of the SUNNY south. Litter No. XI. One-tree Hill—'The Railroads—Charley's Fault—Soldier Ants. Brisbane, Queensland, September 15th, 1885.: My Deabest Kittie,—I know you are full of sym pathy, chuckful of it, but to sympathise with me fully you would have to try an experiment* You Would have to robe yourself in ante-figlSaf costume and roll round in a bed of stinging nettles. Then, and not till then, while you were hunting round for , a sound spot to sit down on, you niight be able to appreciate my plight, for without appreciation one cannot sympathise. fV How was it? Well, just the way such-things always are. I yielded? to temptation ttnd suffered for it. ■■■■.; There is a sort of a high hiil near Brisbane—One tree Hill, they call it—which is a little "higher than the rest of the hills. It is a sort of a Mecca to the natives, or rather a Mount Nebo. They climb it with a great deal of gusto, and from it view the valley of Brisbane andt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

THE QUEENSLAND ICE AND FREEZING CO. ARB DELIVERING ICE AT ±d. PER POUND. SEND ORDERS TO NEW ICE WORKS, NORTH QUAY. ■e-p-BOFSAJT «$f$l.» T. GREAVES,) OPPOSITE TOWN HALL. the best brands in wines and spirits always on hand. Excellent Accommdation. Fiest-Class Lttncheon from l o'clock Daily. jj+j HERMANN VOGES, Proprietor. PtBST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOE SQXTATTEES, COMMERCIAL Jf TfiAVELXiEES, . AND OTHEBS. PEIVATE SUITES fob FAMILIES. ALL THE BOOMS WELL VENTILATED. PLTTNGE AND SHOWER BATHS. BILLIARDS. MBS. DOYLE, Proprietress. M SCHOOL OE ARTS HOTEL, CORNER OF M'DOWALL AND HAWTHORNE STREETS, ROMA. THE Proprietress of this FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, begs to announce to Travellers, Over, landers, and the Public generally, that she has lately added EXTENSIVE SAMPLE BOOMS to her Hotel. Large- and thoroughly ventilated Bedrooms in each part of the house. The COFFEE AND DINING-ROOM accomodation surpasses everything in the District. Plunge and Shower Baths &c. Best ' .... ELLEN HOGrAN, Propbie...

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A Confusion of Terms. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Figaro and Punch — 17 October 1885

: ** ■: !=■ Magistrate Ajtoi Policeman)occupfttioli does the prisdner1 f611ow;F*, • / ; '■■■'■= •/ - "> ; Bobbt1,<H^s$'fcouid£^ Pkisoner (indignantly) It's a .base calumny, your Worship j I'm a wire-insp^StoH1'* Wiwi-s * , Magisteat^ (to Bobby).: " And what's hisfriendf" Bobby :—,r PFaix, he's what they do. pall a Jack erpo." j 'Other Prisoners f Excjise" meTi yourrj Worslqp, ww*UA|i v ! • ••>« «f • •*•••• « .*/. * Eeligion out jVest^ and no heeltaps.. : A- young wanderer rouses up the local;oracle and asks:— be any church this ^nday,?'' "No, sirree, t&ere will not. T^e'Clnef'-Pda^n^tt give the title, mind; X don't: know, what they #o.caU.hiin,Trr ^W^has heard of .astray, and declines jbo come ana play theharmoniumi untilL, p.nil,,. And ,yre'x& nftt.^ing'-^ocarry oil ,tfee ' without music. We've not got an advance I gjjard of the Salvation Army here yet, but we take our Veli^ion like ^^ -a There is an-; aboriginal wool-classer near Cunna mulla. A pai...

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