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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

IEYVER USED IN YAIN, ; 1 Diseases of the Skin. Universal approbation has been awanled to this famous Ointment for its efficienc n removing diseases of the skin. For scroluln, scurvy, scald heads, and all eruptions of the skin, no remedy can equal it. To soldiers, oailors, miners, and travellers in foreign lands, it is invaluable. Bores, Wounds, Bad Breasts, Ulcerated Legs. In this class of maladies, an improvement rapidly follows the first dressing with the otmens t. It must not only be nppliet to the wound or sore, but he brinskly rubhed in around'the diseased, swollen orpainfulparts. The effect of theOintment Is increasol by fomenting with warn, swater Ifore the Ointment is rubbed in I ratu the surfarce of sores, when healing, should never be clansed with sponge or any. thing else. helaesltism, Gout, Stiff Joints. Every one suffering from these poilnfu affections should use this Ointment, as it has relieved thousands from torture, after every othler means had eets fruitless. The O...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rachel Oakhurst; the Village Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

It was not a picturesque place, but there was something quietly heautiful about it, even seen is the whiteness of snow, and under an iron sky of February. The low hills, grouped almost around the vil latle, suggested, somehow, the soft greenery of the place in summer; anI the ,'reeioy brook, almost a river, that flowel so slowly in its dreanlings that it wlts stiMly freen now, told of many dellcious nooks when a July sun gllnted on its waters. A young gentleman, riding into the vii. algs, through its main streets, sitting in a nice phaeton, and behind sa aliltdn, fiery. looking horse,'shought all this as he reined in that horse to a walk. " I'd like to try for a trout in that brook," he soil to hilnelf, "and I helieve I'll run nown here next summer. It would he a thousand times better than the places I usually visit. Ilather slow here now, I fancy. I shoold die of inanition in a week." As tie thought thus, from a little red choell.honse near, the cht:drelt came pour ileg out, some t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Calendar for the Week. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

i4alttudar for the Wk ek. JANUARY. . : IrIIAnS UP TIIN 31O0. S Flrst Quarter...... Oil 70 ..in a.... S Full Moon ....... 1 lad I 7t a.m. Ie t Qinrter..... 20d 3h n31 p.m. S New Mlon o........ 281 212 41111 PUI. . - Perigee, lad. Apogee, 2ld. 6 Sc Epiphany Sunday 7J I Fl?rt War with the 3faories 1845 8 l'U Civil Servants, &c., dismissed 1878 9 Bass's Strntls discovered 1798 n rP Victor emlnol dicd 1878 II F ILondon, n.s., foundered 18i6 10 AA Salmonneetllatied in l'asn?nhe I 176

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

__t 9 iLnit ®bsetrucr. Published EeMry Friday. i nWuYrxra UAUARlY, 18i4 . The onlinary monthly meetings of the Elthinni anld lHeidolherg Shire Councils will be held oni Monday amid Wednes. day next respectively. In the Queenstown licensing report in our list issue, we made anl error in stat ing that a renewal of a wine license was granted to Mr. IR. Lowman, Christ 1nias Hills, it should have beeoon a renewal of a publican's license. We are happy to he enabled to state that the rulmour which a little time ago gained ground that Mr. Samuel Reid, of Queenstown, had been mur dered by thie. blacks in 'the Northern Territory has no foundation in truth, tts letters llhae been reoeived from him during the 'Xmas holidays. The passenger trallic to Lilydale, by rail, forthe past week has been double that 6f the coiresponding week of last year, and tile goods trafflic is also on the increase now that the goods-shed is open for the use of the public. .A cricket match was played on the Lilydale i...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD LIQUOR! [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

GOOD LIQUOR! . This is clipped from the confemlons of an honest Queensland publican, who snakes the liquors on the premises where he sells them:-" As everyone knows, theprincipal ingredient required in the manufacture of alcoholic drinks is spirits of wine. This I could obtain of a strength manydegreesabove proof. Water was plentiful, and with a few shillings worth of drugs all sorts of captivating liquors were produced. Japonica of saffron and sweet nitre for lartell'a or three star brandy ; treacle or soaked ration sugar for the genuine Mackay rum, or jalap root for the West Indian article. Fennel, oil of juniper, and Strasburg turpentine make a capital gin, white sugar or honey added. As a rule, however, bushmen do not care much about these liquors, whisky being considered the best for the climate and the most wholesome. I consider myself an artist in the manua facture of whiskies. I have my pet bottles with labels mnost religiously.pre served from dirt or decay, so that every co...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

PANTON HILL. The Panton Hill Christmas sports, under the patronage of E. H. Cameron, Esq., were held on the local cricket gr'und oni Friday last, D)ecember 28, 18rt3, the attendance being very large, when the following events came off : FLAT RAe.--Open to all; 200 yds. C. Caujdwell ... .. .. I Kent ... . ... 2 Joyce .... 3...... HURDLE RAce, 250 yards. V. linde ald C, Cnutdwelldead heat. Divided. YouNo LADIma' RAcO. . Caudiwell ......... I -Howardn ... ... ... $ ollaL' RAca, under 15 yrs. in. Coautl ... ... I lowant ... ... ... -- Caudwell ... ... -- tbmith .... ...... 5 MAIBRII LtDI?s' RACe Mr. Waltera... ...... - Cotle ... ... 2 -- Joyce ... .... ... 3 OWo Buwsea?n RACe. Bretaeia ... .... I Walters ... " ... 2 QuoIT !dATCw, 21 yards. W. Adams and J. Broussan. Divided. Tue Too or Waa.-Married v. Single. This.event caused grent amusement, and after a severe contest the Married proved themselves victors. Tun (CnilsrTAs TeIE. This caused great excitement amongst the juvenil,es there b...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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DIAMOND CREEK ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

DIAMOND CREEK ANNUAL. RAOES. The above annual races were held on Saturday last, 29th December, and being favored with fne weather, an ex oellent programme, and good racing, proved, in every respect, the most see cessful race meeting ever held on the Diamond. G?reat credit is due to the stewards Ibr'the manner in which they carried out their businesa, also to the worthy anld energetio secretary, Mr. John Herbert, who gare satisfaction to all in terested. This race meoting was held in Mr. Herbert's paddook, and the course being sufrounied by rising grounds caused a lagniticent view of the raein on the fiat. Both the hill and fat wer crowded with visitor. The fair sex, s usual, appeared to congregate freely os the hill. Gambling tables (various dei scriptiobs), totalisators, sweeps, masie, swinge, Punch and Judy shows, and other amusements were indulged in freely during the day. The band of music," which greatly enlivened the whole assemblage, is well worthy of tlj" above quotation, an...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD MEMORIES REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

OLD MIEMORIES REVIVED. The Paris correspondent of the Times describes in the latest files, with almost pathetic interest, that of the twenty Plenipotentariesat the Berlint Congress, five have already passed away le?henmet All, Herr Von Bulow, Lord SIeaconsfield, Baron Haynterle, and Prince Gortsclakolf. Prino Bismalrk, * it is well-known, justly said "Beacons field and Schouvalolt' are the chief figures of this Congress. Lord Beacons. field arrived at Berlin at nine at night. At ten o'clock lie wais at Prince lis mark's. They had met 15 years bIefore, anid Lord ieaicolstield, as a graceful complitment remtinded the Prince of his having then said " I shllall not die with. out having put Germany together." Suddenly. Prn?e, . lismark said " Let us speak of business. What have you cotue for, peiace or war t" "Peace first," repliedl the Earl, and war after. watrds; if I cannot have peace as I Sunderstand it, I am ready for either." 'Tlhenceforward the Ohancellor' could *,gtntle what Engl...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday, Dec. 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

ULYDALE POLIO COURT. p iday~ Doe. S8th. Polle| v. Wm, Burddlt for bein drnk and, dlieedely whilt Ia .harpe dl a *Wr tttte ad l %%.I% o osie's saw on hshl oolr. Dle, bs with •a mow". Cositable (U'bansemu v. John Beurtws for allowlrhi his hoer to wader on the r?way reseve. Moea (4 or 48 home is Jil. lame v, W. Woo?s-Inssltlag behaviour in a public place. Frled los or 3 days' Mle. prisonmcnt. tNme r. Joseph Brooe for in0uilllg be. haviour in a public plece. Flneid o, or t4 hours' Imprloaemeat. Iame v. DIanle Kensls foIr imsiling behavour Ino a publlo place. Yned as or 34 hours' Ilmprlolmert. 8hire CounMll v. Samuel Ilet fr ntes dee, 4e, Order fur cmoast, with Is ad chils. Ileny Thomaus . II. Hieassy-Deba of £7 for radl sold and dellered. Postponed till b'elruary. Jmail HNitgdl v.. Wotlfa-Debt of 415 1. ed for goode sold and delivered. Order for saomnt, wilh Se costs. P?ier v. John Palbrook for maklNg us of obseemse Ise Ise a public place. Pined 40s or 7 ds' lm nrlenmselt. %Consable O'B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

ROYAL.B~) MA IL ·;·LINE o 6~'C0OACHE i ii YA~ltA V'Lb~ VF0ANl)hqttbBEN~s'tOW il~ibg ltolollu,. K~ltiigroo Oriouid,~ hilt·1 lall Iftl ~, 'ts~o ott' I(:soo, C~arI.Itunas Ilitto. kaveYacra ItI'stP sod Qitsebssaisa , I- ·~ijilnl~li coach leavesa the Gl~obe'Htl ~tProprietor of· th'e p:r'j3 b~ 0 o .iof~norinoo~bo'ltlotilHlitanbs of· L~la-' ts ..LJ. lae, Yorrs Iftats, sodl noryilsedlitg eIr Itri·,g, shot sIteyse pow-rr·· prpral---; · to lloiotoondote it·~ BE~PgyST QUA~.. T4TTY~iB ~I* ;n'icd et.Dtooottgeo wlnsias ut sooot wRt A1·I' goIIC: *I sitylyuifi iliobher..t otiuyu kV, ept~rfi jIs)" tltll:.Ysrdo sdj..io~ioe theF 'Ituliii,iue h1ilt1 i ;ISOSEPfl STYt~NSLtN M·~ aohlrwry's '.adjust tit, &to 2"''~f3. ~ALER?··~ REf& STRATFORD STRFTTLE ,, AIYD CO.5 ::iiSs'acR nrd SZ~q~zon Al,z cuCS; 1 45' Bourke.street Wesit /n~Lt · i'r~r I'nRa i' £i );i .I. JN~lNII'tlY SP: iJP'EltIO t Is Ihraady. or lVioiit Pop lr Drlik tbrqUghoUt the colonies Pl l'lote I'tl'oetStttoutool Proeoosblo.". .' I ...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

TOAD V'EITJSEI1S Adi' ruaenaU cannot be uwihlrawn bSfore the tAim epires for whlich they have Ieen acotred. Where the naoober af the Atneer too.o it not disietocy, epeciool advlertise. oto-ota tll foe inerted until eountermoanded tool chiorged jbr aeerutinyb;.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

- 'U CORRESl'U.VUI.VTa.' Te ulonrau freedom ccoutetnt with the -fInli.c inLteres, will be allowed cucarrepon dlitof caoil classs, but no Ecwromioauiouo 'will odcdr alny cCl teUIrnOcC he iaserlcd, no/enrsitnlhenticaled by the real naao-and 1ddreC1 of the wriler, which will be rrllgrdloi as slriclyj eifdeatliot, and oie'I'C'lld gn uaranlte cyfod/jnitA lYe eacauo be held reoponsiblo Jor the o-ujdohia cexpreaslse b correcpoandnas,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ALLEGED FORGERY BY A J.P. HORSHAM, 1st Jan. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

ALLEGED FORGERY BY A J.P. Hl.emHAm, lst Jan.. Last night Jna. G. OGreory, J.P., who has- been carryingon business as an auctioneer and conhli:ssaio agent in tlro town for somo years, was arreste on a charge of forgery. It' is stated that Gregory has leeeu'forging and uttering bills on different persons, the aggregate amount being over £2000, hot dotaila of the affair cannot yet Ie gathered. lie was bIrought up at the polioi court to day, before Mr. A. Camero, J.P., and remanded till .Friday, when - Ih will be further remanded for a week. The case has causied quite a comhotion in the town, as the accused had previously filled a good position in siciety. hlail was fixed in two sceties of £250, and himself in £1100, .but was not forth conmng. The acculsed was Ihllil out at too o'clock to-night. The casetn ecitol great Innrters in tlhpl:townl, a Jarage ,unber. of the townspeople being heavy losers. Age. ]) hones' tear is the Jowellory oh do soul. Do tongue dat will toll a lie will lick ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

0 TII IDITOsr Or rHte ZVELI OmrVEn. DIA ?ta,-I havere rad the eorrepodene?o in your valuable paper in reference to Mr. Chla. Prince, of Fantom Hill, nay lateteacher who is leaving the district, sad that with oeneral regret. And I perfectly argue witt every thing that was said of him. Ie was always most interated .and earnet in our wolare, always anitous to mike the leUons as easy pouslble. I am only sorry I wes not under his tuition fora longer periodl; I must eonfess that during the time I was under his superior teachingl my lessons were a pleare to me, for he made uis feel that we had not only a kind and eminent teacher but a true friend. Allow me to herewith enclose my small mite (10..)towanls purl obheing something worthy of so excellent a mao. From a late pupil, Mi. E. WALTERS.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad [?] insert communications hearing upon topics [?] public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's [?] name, not necessa[?]ity for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ELELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

oi5l denos Without esudoiduug ihe oo$uJ?,., of outs c±oF resoid~lhu.nl we lulla I? ' lll in? n~l? pubhli interest, whioh nma he iutet ..geletly espreued mnt free ftoran pere1owatittee, usi condition of receivinig ¢he writer's rint na~me, not u~eouoawty tor palbtoi~on, but? mm a garaonstee of good imit

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

' Orioket. On Christmas Day the Eltham 0. 0. met)a oombined team from Greena boro?h and Diamond Creek on the Eltbam ground before a very large number of spectators, the match re sulting in a decisive victory for the former by 55 rulis. COMBINED TEAM. Butler, b M'Coll... ... ... to tewart, b Brown ... ... . J. Elliot, t.b.w, b Brown ... , ... Mitchell, b M'Coll ... 6 PartUlrton, b MI 'oll., ... ... 0 E ClRcell, b M'Coll ... ... 3. lDaesu, b M'Coll ... ... 9 !I. illlol, o Harrison, b Brows 4 Tuur not oet ... ... ... * asrm ... ... ... "8 Les bye... ... ... . Total 49 ELTHAM. M'Ooll, b Partington ... ... t Loe, b Butler .. ... s Browab Patrtton ... ... 0 caolriu, b Butler ... ... HaM oLb.w, b Butlr ... IT O0 Jarok, 1 Itewart, b PrtiLgtea 0 Carrechl b Miot ....... 90 B Jaolod, bButler .. .. I MY !gone, ot out ... ... . " Wdb.ll l.... . ...... I T I 1 A contemporary has boon asked : "Oia a5 man belong to a brass band and be a Christian?" It replles, "We seeo no Impediment in the way I bu...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

To THe RaDISO OF TIl EVMr.TN ondErVRn. af,'-Agaia a/I toahble 'you w4i ab few lUln concertog. the necesity of a Mechanics' Institute_ and Fo. Library at Kangaroo Grounad. That such an institution is a necessity, few will dispute me, and by having a circulating library attached people who may never or very seldom see or enter the building may, by the circulating of goad books, feel the benefit thereof, and thse who may attend irom time to time lectures and concerts helk there will derive both pleasure and information that cannot always be found at home. Some of your renders (not all minl) may think that I am rather forward in bringing this matter before the public again. But my plea is, being only female, and,of course of weaker intellect n such men as " Hav'rel Will," I must ave my say, believing such say to be just and set unladylike, and it in any of my re. larks I should ere slightly I trust that yon will please put it down as over.enthusia?m, not a mistake of the heart but of th...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

ANDERSON'S CREEK. (/aos a own CotRsEtroENiT.) The csett, is .W dltIw Mechanics' -iistlttyas held as lth State suhol on Tasla , the 30th dS p o Decembelr. As a priaoumsoM' aceso it tsires the palm o all prvios moett. The su,, of 8t was taken at the dotr, and with the result of the ball, there Uill be at least £9 clear for the institution. Mr. Pretty, who wdmirably tilled the chair, introduced Miss Charlton, who, in her usual good stylo, played the opening overture. ' Never Purget," a anng by Mr. Iing, followed, and Miss Lana smng " My Faded Violet." The duet " England" was a.lmirahly played by Miss C. lardner and Miss Anne Smith; "' ih Ring my Mother Wore," by Mr. Watkins, and "Kil. larney," by mliss S?jers; "Tho Good Bye at the Door," by Mr. Arnold, were well sung; "Silver Beolls," admirably sung by Miss Smith, was heartily en cored. A step dla?e by Master Mul lens, and a dialogue between Mrm. Pretty and Miss Blair, completed the first part of the prmgramm(. Miss Clarn Ga dner olene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

The Colcniptl Mutual Life Assurancie Sqjety, T inited tdIutpa!tJ Lifnk 5sur'ncet. Ei1 it ntst AnnuP ?"~Uities. ~: 11Ihij15.0l !tiller .l0lrbl~l =- -- Pf mill S (·!)!rlli·Ps-ot(·l H !'IiI,.lt'lih((lile: -._l,1 ·'·1 · - ll'i~ pss (u ll tht epl\tY:: Ii~nIh fill_1 :ep'0 I~i 1111.1 T ihe lb'lp:ýl tIk l~~ :' ''o. llik o ". ""I ,,-, l,,,.Jplr Luc+_ I okVl; i 'y Iloos lf t w'tx"} 7x,,1' ?' hl llllhll -' '-:5l li. : ".:t I - .i luc;t I.I ~\'il y sl Ti'.I:lill ol. s i1 l~iokM III ,. llopls rlel. rlrf.( ::!jifl /ihk·.lr °'.}"ioqp1sfiar \illll Ii' /ts Saraollolo )- 'il forofll blog 11he I 'ill ih n ll i " I " NEW ilUNiNi ".1 ROIL IAS' YEA h 6,424 4'rpo'iooll ter LI.02.55.= - _-4;3i:l-'Pl'~e 10is1 Ii~llsllal! £11;13 121. Pooolrot Ati Iinll~ Illrlltll l'11Crlli .120,0901 P JAQUES 11~( h iSN Grn-tnlll tpr - PlA ou B E-A T.IYTI ORIGAN'. i'iIrre-i11i lm lolpjfolllurlr ofPII h Jt h111 Ts M Ir a I'. plmnl ngry Skill 'grid tprriior)'1 I tIle 11110 tesie II1ia. ",Thee: are Ilie- s;h i theworl:!' F ui ra...

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JARRALAND. A TRIP TO WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 January 1884

S JARRALAND.. A TRIP TO WUISTERN AUSTRALIA. eo t (ar r. w.) It was 11 a.ni. on Saturday, 21st April last, on board S. S. Otway, I started for Western Australia. The weather was wet . and stormy;'tind be fore we got to'Queenscliff there came on a heavy blow, and we had to anchor for the night, and during that night I. had my first exlperience of sea-sickness --it is just like "love's young dreUam," it sends a sensation through you like an electric shock. However, dear e reader, I am not going to dwell'on this, at the time, all absorbing question to Sthe participator therein, as, doubtless, you have had jour share of experience. T But allow me to express an opinion 0 tot-thspet who wrote, that Iaom about " The sea, the boundless sea," °wasn't seasick; perhaps he was sitting Son thie beach with his "lady fair." But to my. subject again. The next e morning being calm. the anchor was weighed and we sailed away in grand t style with a. fair wind, which lasted until we reached Adelaide on ...

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