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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT W. RAYNER Has opened GROCERIES &C1, &C. EXCELSIOR STORE, /'V'5..".'"v EMU. :: '??? - OPENING ,01? NEW PREMISES. A LF11ED T. Of APPLE bogs to 'tcrnlcr his 'MX. sinccre thanks to the inhabitants ol! Emu fuul surrounding districts for past favours, and has much plunsum in ariuounchig that lib bos removed to those new,and ,,/.. ? , . ; fo-i CENTRALLY,'''SITUATED 'PREMISES; lately built especially for him at . Emu, where.with increased faculties ami keeping every article oC the best nfe lowest prices, lie hopes to merit, n still further share of patronage. ALFRED T. CHAPPLE, 15 A k 1011 AND GENU HAL STOllEKEEPJilt, . EXCELSIOR STORES, EMU. 211 Richardson and Nixon ' /'?"(SiieeesHom to'J1, It, and iS. iSinith)^"- j G'J9 GEORGE-STREET, & DARLING HARBOUR, SYDNEY. AUCTIONEERS - AN D. 0 O M JM 8 S I O N " A CJ E N X S. , DARLING HAIUlOUll SALE DAYS. Every Day-Wood, Posts and llails. cfcc; Mondays^ : ,. Wednesdays; and Fridays, al i) o'cloc...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

C CRICKET. A oitiajcKTiinalich. was playod on Wednesday aftonioon 011 tlio ground opposito. the Post Oflico, bctwucn eleven, of tlio Emu G. Q., and oiglitoon of tlio Half'-Holiday . -Associa tion. ^ Thb match rosiiltod in a win for Pon nth by,\six ruhs only. Oleovo's bowling for tlio, winning side was very, good ;. and tlio; batting and bowling of A. Evans , for Emu ,was excellent. Sooros :- ' ' '. 1' ' " 33mu. J. Jlldo, 1> W. JmlgOH'*' ??'.'.'Hi:, 0 A. I'. Wood, b .T. Oluovo . ; 0 II. Mvuiis, I) J.,Cloovo ... 1 ...'0 .v. . A, Jmios, b J. Olcuvu . .., ...i . A. livinm, b J. Oluovo ... 1 .i. 22 . .1. Kvftiw, b W, Jlldfc'tM. ? ... . !) ??i-.v J,.Tliuiuton, 1) J. Oluovo ... ./. .(tiV '1 II. Cli 11, b \V. JikIk'ch , ... 7 .1. iinynoi', b Wilkinson 1 " ?J. llyiuij b .1, (Jloovu . . ? ... ..; .. Suuflrkw. . .'.w ;V\.. 0 !' . Gfi »;.! HoiiinAx O.O.' .: ? J. Cloo\'iyl>.H.'JOvuiw ?... ... 0. b A. JSVIIUH, ,. . ... . . : '? ??; . 'W'Wllkliwou}o'l'lmratoiij5b'-AvMvmw?.....!» : T. Parish,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

, ' : MtfiS | "- JTODiC 'i'aaCEJ rFIfcUO-fc^XjEJ. Published every fcaturday Morning. ("CONTAINS loading articles oniho prominent j questions of the day.^}' tho latest local news, and'telegrams; humourous extracts from . American journals ; special^ correspondence and . tlio latest Sydney Commercial news. i m Subscription 2s. Gd. per quartor, in advance. NEP.EAW TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Penrith. Special Jobbing Department. fjnHE proprietor of the Nepean Time* is pre X pared to execute printing of every desenp tion. - Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, &c., turned oiit at the shortest notice, with neatnoss and dispatch._ , Charges as low as possible. Estimates furnished. WT" LENNOX'S HAY- -AND o OR N STORE, HIGIt-STUEKT, PENRITH. LL kinds of PRODUCE always on. Hand j . ?©. $« STILL CONTINUES TO MAKE riB>ST-CLASS BOOTS TO ORDER. THE very best material used, and a good fit guaranteed on the BhorteBt notico. ?? Life and Accident AsBuranoe Agent. EIGII- STREET,...

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Slanderous Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

Slanderous Newspapers. JUDGE WYLIE, in his chargo to the Grand Jury, said the newspapers were constantly containing scandalous libols op public men and ^01^ private character; that it; was a species of 'offence which created more unhappiness and misery in socioty and did moro injustice than any other form of crime. lie thought that the writers- for periodicals and newspapers had among them moro than the usual proportion of liars. They were paid for their lying-the more .sensational' tho lie' the' more calculated it was to blast the peace of familios, and the moro spicier it was, the more paper would be sold, and the .-newspaper men. would laugh in derision at anybody who, undertook to talk to tliem"seriously about the injustice of things of that kind. He know there were men of integrity and honesty connected with the newspapers who entertained honourable and Christian sentimonts, and ho thought on tho .whole there was some improvement going on in that respoct. If the public would ce...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Remarkable Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. A Ztomarka'hle Dream. Thk following account of a singular dream is oxtractod from Gui/oni's " Life of Garibaldi "i-" I was ill with rheumatism, and in tho midst of the storm I fell asleep in my cabin, having lain down over the coverlid. In sleep I was transported to my native place, but instead'of the heavenly air of Nice, where everything bore a smilling aspect, I found myself in the gloomy atmos phere of a ccmotry. In the distance, J^per ceived a melancholy procession of -women carrying a bier, and they advanced slowly towards me. I felt a fatal presentiment, and struggled to approach the funeral train, but I could not move; I seemed to have a mountain upon my chest. The cortege reached the side of my couch,'laid down tho bier, and vanished. I sought in vain to rise myself on my arms; I was under the.terrible influence,of a nightmare; and when I began to move," and feel beside me the cold form of a corpse, and recognised my mother's blessed face, I was awake, and on...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

COMMERCIAL. Messrs, Ilichnrdson- and Nixon (successora to Messrs. T. II.'iviul S. .Smith} report the following sales on Wednesday, the 17t!i inst,. Bale Ont Hay, fis fid to (is > , Bundle Oat Hay, 4s 7d to (is r'^-i Lucerne 'Hay, its 7d to 8s 8d >-.* Bundle Straw, 4s lid to iis . , Bnlc Straw, 4s (id to 4s 9d., . ... .-,'Yi Wheat Jlny, fis 2(1 . < ; Wheat and Oat Hay, 5s Od to 5s ild Olmil Straw, 4s to Bs Chaff, mixed, 4s to 4s Od . i ;. Chaff, oaten. Os 4d to Cs (id ' Wheat-, 5s (Id Ont.i, seed, its Od to 8s !)d Oats, feed, .Is (id to 8s 'Jd Corn, 4s lOd to 5s Id Potatoes, .-BO to AG 10s Bran, lid Flour, .-(J 11 to jCis Pollard, lid , ^ >' <? Pumpkins, (is do/., . , Billet Wood, 10s to 14s (id i ' - j Bundle Wood, I2s to Kis (id Foot Wood, I8s to Kis . , . Posts-and Itails, .418 10s to jC'4 10s. r: "V Fowls, 4s>0d to (is4d "'?-.?* 1 Cheese, 8d to 8d , ? " i '.! v i Ruttox1,8d to lsi ... \ Eggs, Is lOd to 2s 3d : 1 . i-..)?. Bneonj lOd to lid ? - 1 ...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

SKIMMINGS. FIRE on Sunday morning at tlio CJity Catering Company's building in .George street. Damages £1500. H.R.H. tlio Princo of Walos lias unveiled, at Woolwich, a memorial statuo of the late Princo Imporitil of Franco. Another dynamite plot frustratod at Limerick. I Mr. Carey, one of tlio city-councillors of Dublin, arrested on a cliargo of murdor. Gambettists in French Parliament divid ing. .100 have joinod tho'Radical Left, arid GO the Contre and Left Contro Soctions. No less than 110 persons perished in tlio fire at Milwaukie, Wincousin. Duchoss of Connaught safoly delivorod of a son. Princo and puront doing well. . Emigrant ship, Wild Door, from Glasgow, with 200 passengers, ran ashore at, North Rock. All saved. - . Two priests drowned at Kiama while bathing in the breakers. The English Cnckoters, scored a victory over 18 of Hobart Town, by sovon wickets. ? Largan dofeatod by M'Donald on Parra mattaRivor. £ 100 asido. Gopoland defeated by Mitchell at Newtown on Saturday, by...

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POETRY. TURNING THE YEARS OVER. [ONE of the latest poems of Alice Carey, an American poet, which was written during her last illness.] [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

POETRY, . TURNING TJIJ3 YKAltS OVEli. [O.vk of tlio latest poem* of Alice Carcj', Anioiic.'iii pout, which was written during her tlltics*.] 'J'lie years have turned over nml over, Soft Ajiril and dew-dripping May, Since nil were a .'bank 'of red clover. .Half: ground and half sky strotched away, A little maid sat at her milking, And singing a love-lifting lay. Uj) out of the daisy draped edges That bordered the green milking lane, Up out of. the top of the hedges) ? To list to the lilt of her strain, The brown little heads of the wild birds, Were lifted again and again. A fail- sight it was to behold her, No shadow of care on her brow, The girlish nnn bare to the shoulder, That leaned 011 the flnnk of her cow. Oh,' Maytime, my beautiful Maytime ! ; Say how hast thou come to her now ! Draw back from the window the curtain, Look into the bed where she lies, . The shadows arc cold and uncertain, The sun going out of her skies, The hick soul so weary with'waiting, Conies up to look out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

TEND]':Its Id reViii^d for orcc roomed pof, orwoouT^V'. Sykc -r-MA'NfnS frnrn' HUOA \£\'oAtA\ Or >IAtf08 from' £8, mul Organ a tui FOlt HALE-Dene Laudlllo near Pe crcotion of ,two Sykcs. ti Organs, Pianos, 'W. Sykes..; Tiijbc tlifA ict. 011 >)00 .^y acres' n imitli. 254 Foil SALE;-100 noru?f at Mulgoa Forest, llosi donee mid wiiutly eleivrcd. Apply 8/ n tik 831 mN.-All puiHoiis are enntionr _ treSpS^wyamoYO mi liiill IjiiilfTiii Kami on the NopeftuT^E^jjthii^vUi^io prosecutcd. JlHTimiiLL, 834 .. Cnstl3m»«li. Four Wfftllfitl Btnblfr^Ai (Street. | ill! "TjlOLLOWHD me fj'oni Bcnrlth toT3inii' l'inllis IT _|j brown W.uor ifraiiiial. Owner'.may hnvo him by paying exiicnsus. Ai>l\ol claimed within four teen days will bo HotdT Aiyly H. Edwards, Ryan's ! Stone Works, Bmu l'laiijft. f \ 305 ">---i*H44camia_pf tiA .J\. held at U,. half-past «ej ulu (>ipj^-etmnv i 11 ho itonday evening, ut frs reqTOsiwLLji.jvttciHl. ROY3t7-M^lIlK I'JiKC^l'TOltV. No. 272, Pen I'ith, meets In Tein...

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Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

Fire. . AT about half-past four o'clock, on Tuesday afternoon, a fire broke out in a building at tho .roaivofthe' premises occupied by Mr. W. Ortli", saddler. Tlie building in wliicli tho iire originated was used as a work-shop and con tained harness-makers tools, machines, and harness, together with other material used in tho trade. Part of tho building was also used as a sleeping' compartment, the occu pants of which lost tho whole of their wear ing apparel, and other articles of value. The building was of wood, and detached, standing in the midst of several others of similar construction, When the fire com menced,'two workmen were engaged in tho lowor portion of the building, who discovered that tho upper loft was 011 fire. They at once raise the alarm and proceeded to arrest ? theprogress of the flames, but their efforts were of 110 avail, owing to tho inflamable nature.. of the building and its contonts. Tlio lire was soon beyond the control of those ..who were 011 the scene, a...

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E M U. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

E M u. FItOM OUJt CORRBSPONDKNT., "W11A.T is time? ask the golden nun mid silver '.'v! spheres, Tliw^lnight chronometers o£ days nnd ycaw." ' Well. Mr. Editor, the old year is dead, passed silently into the gloom of eternity, and 1888 is already in its babyhood. Man is through his life living on the brink of being born. I liave so lived through 1882, on the brink of a wiser existence; but I am no sooner treading on that circlo than I fly off iu a tangent to it. I suppose that lilto a great number of my race, I lack the bump of continuity,-bo it so, " lot the past dead bury its dead." " On and after the 20tli January, the Nqwan Times will be enlarged to - six pages, at no extra cost for subscription." Two items of very pleasing intelligence. From recent issues of tlio Times, I glean that the Mayor, and an alderman are at cross purposes-liavo met in fact on the war path. What is the casus belli 1 Has tlio forthcoming civic election aught to do with it ? Do coming events in this ease c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

0% K. MUBiPHY, REGENT HOUSE, GEORGE-STREET Kail way Bridge, Sidney. ' IMPORTER OF GInsa-All sizes cut to Vnrnishes Colors for house and conch Pointers, I'lnstcrers, &c. I'nperhnngcis1 Canvas Gold and Silver Leaf . - P&l>erlinugings _I« lat nnd Wood-preserving Oil Tnr Axle Grease for buggy and Carts ! Resin Cement Sulphur, &c. ' Cnt.hcdml Hammered Itolled . White mid Red Lead Turpentine Raw nnd Boiled Oils Jirusinvnic Kerosene Oil Mixed Paint Ready for use, any slirule required. All orders promptly executed by rail, steamer, city or suburbus. Shop fronts nnd shndes glazed. Ivntsomine nil shmle and Colors. . Warehouse-8(>», Gcorgc-streot. ' .Stores and Worksliip-Harris-street. . MEDICAL Hilt," PENRITH. Arthur Judges BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Penrith nnd Surrounding districts that' he is now thoroughly settled in his NEW PREMISES, >7" nnd. having., made nrrnngemcnts to import dircct Mnnufncturois, the quality, of nll Drngs used in his establishm...

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Hazelbrook. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

Hasolbroolt. AN interesting coromony took placo lioro on -Tuesday last, via.'-Tho "laying of tlio foun dation stono of a" second building" on the ostato of Mossrs. Woodford and Co., tlio ofynors of ,tho property. 'Tlio firm liavo, now two' beautiful semi:dotached villas 'almost completed-ono, obcupiodrby, tlio .family-,of a goiitldman in Sydnoy,-and wlion tlio build ing^, now in course of oroction aro finished, tlio Hazolbrook ostato will present an ap pearance second to 110110 on the Bluo Moun tains. Tlio view from tlio north, south, east,-and west being really magnificont. Tho material for tho foundation-a boautiful white freestone-wastaken, from a quarry lately,'.' bpoxied' on: the ground., \Tlib stono ,\yas laid'by'MissLlndoFitzstubbs-atpresent 'residing on the estate ; aftor which the health of the spiritedprop'rietors was drank with great enthusiasm., Messrs. Woodford's ontorpriso desorvos; tho; highest commendation,.j,and. whose success.wj|l,(.jWo liopo, bo as great as the sp...

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Penrith Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

Penrith Municipal Council TiiE^qrdiuni^yrjfprtuiglitly meeting of' the the Penrith Municipal Council was held in the Chamber on Thursday evening. There was present:-The Mayor, and Aldermen Or. B. Besloy, John Prico, J. H. Paskin, Robert ytuarfc, and T. Smith. ; . MINUTJ5S. ? ; The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. , .. . , . COItRESl'ONDENT. ? . ' '? The following letter from the Rogistrar. General was read - , . . r . Statistical Jlratieh, ltuglslrar General's Olllce, . ' Sydney; llilli January, 188B. Sir,-l'or the purpose all compiling the ".Statisti cal .Register of Xcw South Wales," for the year 1882, for presentation to l'nrlimiient, 1 do myself the lmiiorto roi]uc<t> the favour o£ your providing mo, on mi early date, with a return showing the total est.iiniited value and annual value of Ilateahle Pro perty in the Munieipnl District of l'enrith, and also tlw receipts, and disbursement*, :&c.; . -Sc., for the Municipal year, commencin...

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A Laughable Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

A Laughable Incident. A CHRISTIANISED CHINESE witness, named All Lin, created roars of laughter at tlio local Town Court the other day (says the BaUnrnt Courier,) by liis ludicrous attempts to kiss .the Bible in the orthodox mannci.*. He at the.outset very proudly answered that the Rev. Mi\ IngliB baptised him aftor his conversion'. The oath was administered to him, and he was then ordorod to " kiss the book." It is well known that European witnesses are vory careless in this important matter, and Ah Lin, in imitation of the pre vious witnesses, drew the Bible across the top of his nose, and Mr.'Gaunt drew atten tion to the' very irreverent act-though no: doubt done in ignorance-and requested tlio Boncli to havo him sworn again. Thoro was a very slight improvement. Ah Lin this time placed tho end of tho Bible against his nasal organ. Amidst very groat laugh ter, tho Chinese intforprotor, Wall Pon, ex plained tha mode of a kiss. Ah Lin then; quickly opened his mouth very wideband/ , ...

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Penrith Police Court. BEFORE Messrs. J. D. Single, and J. Shand, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

Penrith. Police Court' BiiPo'iusi'Mcssrs. J. D. Single, and J. Sliand,. J's.p. W. 'McKenzie, A. Neale, and W. Watloy wero charged with behaving in a riotous manlier in High Street on the night of the 9th instant. Defendants pleaded not guilty. Constable Brossington, on oath deposed : At about half-past nine o'clock on the Oth instant, I was on duty, and hearing a great noise in the locality of defendant McKenzic's shop.; went to find out tho canso ; I said to defendants that I thought there was murder. Owing t"> McKenzie swinging a board with which he was striking one of the others on the back, several person wero obliged. to leavo tho foothpath, and walk in tho ytroot tho footpath was obstructed j I had pre viously cautioned McKenzie. , Sergeant Fowler, deposed': I'know tho throe defendants; on tho night of Tuesday tho Oth instant,'! was in tho lock-up,tgiving instructions to the other constables, and hearing a great noiso outsido directed Con stablo Brossington to go and tell t...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

CRICKET. A MATCH was played on Saturday afternoon at Penrith, between an eleven ofthe H. H. A. [ 0. C. and an eleven of Castleroagh, which resulted in a tie in the first innings, time not permitting the match to bo played out. Following are the scores : 'CABTtiKJUIAGlI, . W. Kay, b W. Judges 2 It. Jtces, inn out ... ... ... 7 T. llolstonc, I.IJ.W. ... ... ... 2 J. Purcell, b W. Judges 13 ft. Kay, b A. l'aync... ... ... H 'JO. Mnson, a and b W. Judges ... 3 C. Adams, c W. Judges ... 2 T. Carter, b W. Judges ' ... ... 2 '1'. Williams, b Wilkinson ... ... 1 T. Coffee, not out ... ... ... 1 W. Cnrtcr, b W, Judges ... ... 3 .Sundries, ... ... ... 2 Total,... ... ... ...49 PHNMTH. 35. Bkslnml, c and b W. Kay.; 0 K. Judges, e awl b Rolstonc... .... (i C. McDonald, c and b Jtolstonc ... 0 A. Payne, e and b K. Mason ... . ... !. W. Judges,'e aud b 30. Mason ...27 W. Wilkinson, b Williams ... ... 1 T. Cadden, b Williams ... 1 H. l''iilton, c and b Williams... ... 0 . , 34. Gill, run out ... ....

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Famous Dunces. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

-Famous Dunces. MANY.of our most celebrated men, whose names are conspicuous in the world of litera ture were not renowned in their youth for any special brilliancy. Some of tho greatest dunces of the schoolroom, later on in life, shoot out far ahead of their brilliant mates and eclipse them entirely. The " dull boys," who strive with all tlieb* might long and earnestly to aclieive success frequently bear away tliei honours from the companions who outshone them at an earlier day and develope a mental and intellectual strength that carries them on till great heights arc at tained. Tho celebrated and eloquent, Dr. Chamer was exceedingly dull and stupid at his school tasks-so ready for play and pre judiced against study,-that his master grew discourraged and lost all patience with him. At last denouncing him as an incorrigible " dunce," ho ordered him to leave the parish school, and prophesied that nothing could be made of him under the most favourable circumstances. It is related by S...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17FCLI. Beforo Mr. J. K. Olcoyo, J.P.' ~ John llanlitor, clmrgod with drunkenness and obsconity, was fined 20s for lirsfc ollbnco, and 10s for second.

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 20 January 1883

Tit Sits. BY T1IK NOVIOK. 'W ' A; NUMHEU 01 -yOUllg pGOplG llOlpOtt tllGlU 1 Bolvos lit Ortli's fire on Tuesday last.' a Several bits, straps, and little nicknacks can't, 's. bo found. A little fellow was caught in the '' act of taking Mr. Ortli's watch and chain home. Ho says lie found it, perhaps so ? Some storekeepers will persist in kooping open their places of business on Wednesday afternoon ; amongst'them are gentlemen who often expound tlio gospels and after agrooing and signing a document to close on Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, they liavo nover done it. IB this consistent? Groat credit is duo to Messrs Broeze, Davie, Hamilton, [iKernahaiv Worboys, Scott, aiid many others for. tlio way in which they worked at Ortli's firo. One or two liavo had their clothes totally dostroyod. I am siu'o thoy havo Mr.: Ortli's heartfelt thanks. " ' Tlioro was a crickot match on Wednesday al'tomoon last-eleven Emu O.O. vorsus oigliteon from Ponrith and South' Oroek. The lattor - to,am ,sc...

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