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The Nagambie Times FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1914. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

$hf JlagamMr® \\m FRIDAY, OOT. UO, (pi 1. Local and ttsnufel.. fha Fj'cjwf jij/f.Aloxaudor PAoool) will. make hit policy 'ctee/jb'-ai Crtawiclt on I ftitordjiy, yfb ttyvepibcf.,,'V"! VrJofw OprJoit, ejected a Tleo-lirealdant «f l(|o Mwpfciwl ^wooiatfan, at IU conforcilca in Jfalboflitj# last w#!k, The luwiiie o( l|w iibcf tWignifityt y. the .'.'Abb," wan oondipH in UMbqunio pr)., Toosdty. wlicii the Jury ratD«M o.veriipt I lor Mr W. A, Watt (or 41000 daiijogea, • . .SalunLiy, 7tli Koreihber,"]iaa bowi de cided upon byllio Btato CabjnabM tbo data upon wnich tboprovMons o( the Worker*' Ion Act will be procHlmed. I Mr H. Hurt, hty Ueu ig clinrgc of tfo ,State echool «t ScQUtofcJ'i. near BalUrat, has ham [iromoLcd to tho nositlou of bn4in»stcr at Lohgwopd, ■ W»V. Ims liecii Mii»cssful jn nwdug «jo wamijwiiiM) nl yUsiBjat# of Trinity College, fjonicn,; Slw'li a puiill nf }UJ,'A, JohmLcue^lt.'r,!],!^, jjelbourflo. ; A mating of tUo munbot» aHd all Inter eated in 'the Nagamble. OlrL''Bwtam...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

The Wool Market. After an interval of four months sales , were resumed in the Melbourne market ' on Monday. Being tho first since tliqout ' break of war, tlie event creatcd extraordin ary interest, not only in \voolt hufc through. ! oQt commercial circles iji general. Kot ! withstanding the regrettable absence of tha i OonUnantnl section ns a body, the attend ! atice of buyers was a wonderfully good ono, • in which, of course, tho homo tmdc largely i predominated. America and Japan were representor, whilst local scourers, specuhi tors and buyers for domestic requirements were in full forco. The bulk of tho wool offered comprised eroBsbrofls from Northern Victoria and-Uiverina, but sonio repre sentative merinoes were also included, and and the general character of tjie selection I. was much-in accord with that usually' met with in an opening Melbourne catalogue. As the sales progressed it was at onco evi dent that alt* classcs of _ fteeeo wool, savo short, faulty, burry and inferior ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Nagambie Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Nagambie Rowing Olub A meeting of the committee of tile Nngntuliie Rowing Club was Held oil l'riday evening, when there were present :—Messrs K. M'Don aid (ill the chair), A. Bazeley, J. c. Cowan, J,. Cuelli, Cohen, R. Welch. J. M'lutosli niul U. Littlefield. Oil Ihe motion of Messrs Welch stud tSa/.eley, it was decided to hold the ntinnnl regatta on lioxing Hay as usual, niul u public meeting is to lie lield on I'liday, <>tli Novem ber to put matters entrain. It was decided that trial-fours should lie held for Mr K. M'Dun aid's trophy at an early date, and Messrs A. N. Hopkins, G. Litllefield, T. VicUcrs, R. Welch and K. M'Donald were appointed a subcommittee to draw up rules to govern such competitions,

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Glencairn Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Glencairn Golf Club. Tho ceremony of. the closing of tlio links of the above club took place .011 Wednesday afternoon. In spite of the warm weather a good number of members and friends assembled. Afternoon ten was provided by the ladies and thoroughly appreciated. Votes of .thanks were passed to Mr and Miss Gordon, the secretary (Mr W. A. Gordon) and-the ladies. A mixed foursome was played, and some remarkably close scores wero put in at the end of the. round. Tho following are tlie scores:— Miss jr. Forbes & \V. M'Lood . 47 3 Miss B. Brcnsing & Hothnm -15 scr Mis Daviea & P. Fosdicl: ... 46 scr Miss C. Hayes & R. Forbes ... 4(i scr Miss J. Forbes & Handfield... 4G scr Miss Hayes & O'Bonoguuo ... 50 " 3 Mrs Srtifb & Shuw 5U 'J Mibs Sumnor it A. Forbes ... 5-2 '2 Mrs Coben <fc E. Caclli ... 58 fi Sirs Cfle!!i & Gobon 57 il , Miss Hill & G. Cowan ... 58 fi Miss NownbiimtS: Suuimicr ... 54 I ; Mrs Miller...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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HENLEY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

HliNUiY RKGATTA. Since lust Saturday's rowing fix ture lit Henley the supporters of the Nagnmbie Rowing Club are Highly ' pleased with the performance put up by tlie crew tlwt was selected for the Stewards' Challenge Cup Senior Four. | The following give the results of this particular event:— I First Heat.—Nngambie I, Kss ' eiidon 2. Won by a length. : Second Hent.—Torrens (S.A.) I ' Knterprise (N,S.W.) 2. Won by five lengths. ' Third Heat.—Albert l'ark 1, ! Mercantile (S.A.), Ballarat J. Won by a length and a quarter. | Final.—Torrens 1, Nngatubic 2, I Albcrt'Park 5. i Before reaching the Mouier bridge Albert Park seemed to have got - into difficulties with one of the many police boats, whereupon the umpire stopped the race. Restart ing the crews the locals had to back 1 over a length to be on even terms ' with the South Australian crew. * This was very disappointing to tlic boys, us it may have made all the •difference, at the finish seeing that they were defeated by barely a boat...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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Wahring Golf Club. CLOSING THE LINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Wahring Golf Cluo. CLOSING TI-IK LINKS. The closing of the Wahriii); Golf j I Club's links took place 011 the I lth, j > when the club's trophies were' | competed for, and resulted in a win for Miss I'. Deane and Mr M, Ryan. The weather being fairly boisterous, high scoring was a re sult. The club has had a very successful season, and finished up with a small credit balance, after the heavy expense incurred of clear ing the links again through the ! ravages of the storm in March last. Scores:— Gknts.—11 holes. c. row, Hep. •1 Nott. M. Hvti,, 70 7.0 <"». Summer HI 1\ C thill • 87 ii HI M.ir..nsi<em 5)1 J0 HI J. Kelly 90 :\ H7 1!. ti jMU 07 10 Hi .1. Tonkin W 88 P. J. Ken fly m i-j *J1 T. Mnlcnhy HU :> 07 J. Linchan 10" 10 4.l" L.\nn-:s 1J • holes. CJroj is. lfcp. Xetl. Mih* P. Deane (►"} 10 ■Miss Summer i;<> 7 00 Mm J. JioMy 03 •ii <;o Miss M. Hill 7li 11 Miss K, Deauo 7'2 9 «» 51 i s Gmy 75 12 G3 Mis* Josic Dcano 11 till Mm P. Cab...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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NAGAMBIE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

NAG AM Bill REGATTA. A meeting of the citizens' and. townspeople of Nagambie will be held' in the Mechanics' ball .next Fiiday evening, to co-operate iu forming n committee to hold the Regatta ou Boxing Day. A good attendance is requested. Notwith standing' the'adrerse'^asdn,0' this year's Regatta shouldbeone of "the best on record, as Melbourne crews are sure to be well represented, the day'(^aiurdaiy) being a suitable one f°r visitors, '\yno can "make a longer stay 4n ^gamble, '-wbicti ^ould h$ belter for business people. ■

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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The Commonwealth Bank EXTENSION OF POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

The Commonwealth Bank ' EXTENSION OF POWERS; ' c A bill to amend the Common wealth Bank Act, which was read n first.time in the House of Repre sentatives on > Thursday, fore shadows tho early absorption in the Federal Bank of a financial institution in one of the States. The ^ill proposes to give power to the bank, ;with the approval of tho Treasurer, to enter into an arrangement with spy o^er'ppi'. (»ration parrying cm the twines* of banking for the purchase by the bank of its assets,, and for the ; transfer to the bank of its assets and liabilities. It provides'that payment way bo made either by 'debentures er; in cash, or in part by debentures and in cart by gasb, or .'in s«^, p.fljet. wnneV 'tin mj bo agreed upon, v 'An inoreaso of the capital of tho Qcwnmonwealth Bunk from £1,000,000 to £10,00.0,000 is also proposed... Atiimportant .addition to '.the principal act is that not* withstanding anything contained in any iwt or State, ao.ts relating to bankruptcy or iwp.Wevwy d&am...

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Close Season. GAME [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Close Season. (JAMB (.Juii.il of all. land-, fiuin Ut of August till l.jih day tf i'ebruary fo - lowing, bo'li ild}M inclusive The following ia the closi' a"uson for fiih:— Black (iah from lal Haplem'uer lc 31at Deccinbi r, both dales inclusive, litijIUU trout, from lal May to Slat August. . Not':—Auy pcraon liahiiig with a net or iixed engine, in ' any river, creek,. or ttrcam, or within ouch disiavcu "join the luoutb lliureof,' as may be proclaimed by tbe Gou-riior in-Uou.ocil, ehall be liable! to a penally of not less than £2, or more thau £20 Murray bieaia, Murray cod and Murray, perch, from 1st Ootobor to 30th November euoli year, both dates iuclusivo Funnily,—Any prisou tilling, scll4 iug, or. exposing for sale during close, season family species of liali, any fiah of such, 'specie#,- sbull be liable to a puiialty^tiot.vxcuodtiiy Weights.—B!nck;fiaii,i4 6iM;jl>rcaM, 5 023; Onttisli,} t oza; Murray. cod, i J, Ilia ; Murray.perch, 8 ozi; t.'out of nu,kiiid>s not to be uudo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

TABILK HOTEL, j Cornc-r STATION' & MKHI-Sirccls, NHGHMBIE. J ,5. M'a.vroMii ■ (Uite of Ivynbr.iin. UI'.GS to Notity the Pribliii of Nagambie and district that be lias taken'over tlic • above Hotel from Mr J. Barry and trusts by strict attention U> business to merit a fair share of patronage. ■ Goon Accommodation Good Staulixg MoUEI-'ATE TtiltMS ArrnNTivi: Gkoom JJcst J3rnnds of Wines anil Spirits. Criterion Hotel. L. 31A SON .1 (Lato Mr A-Lever) Wishes to nuno.mcc to the residents of Nagambic and District — that'lie lias tal;en over (ho business of (lie above well known .Hotel, and intends to cater for patrons by-supplying the bust in everything. Pleasure Uoats always avaiiubio. Good Stabling and Groom. sj Victoria Ale "SS" The \hlley Hotel, MAGHCQBIH. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. IS. 1 PiWlli. tl.ATIi OF WAHKING ) ' TTAVING iatcn possession; of tlic - n. ■ above Hotel, informs lier friends and the public generally that every endeavor . will be made to male them cumforluhl# • wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Topical Talk. According lo the latest Whr news (lie British are doing well in the lighting lint1, nnd we read that the Canadians are to be thoronghly trained before being sent to the front. They will then he well prepared for all emergencies. We are also in the lig'liting' line in Tallies, and our experience makes it a. certainty that we are in the right position for making' g'ood. We g'otin early with onv Indent lines, and not a sing'le one was injured by the Battle err. ... l'Loro is not .n bettor purchased stock ill Australia tliau the 0110 we possess to-day. Make it your business to investigate at once. R. E. GADD, NAGAMBIE STORES K .. | | Now Showing. * «■ Choice Selection J) u OF S NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES. The Newest Designs 5 111 up-to-date Dress Materials. $ Sponges, Poplius, Ratines, Crepes, Lombards uud . Brocaderos, Graf ton Voiles, Etc. Agent for the celebrated CRUM'S "Washing Prints. Fine Range of New Patterns shewing. MILLINERY. Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear. All that is-nc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

tlflSEEU COJa'OUNP- Of -10 years, jirovcu cllreacy fur Coujjlis, JoUla. llruu^ {UiUa, cttf.*. "fcAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. ; . . • Effective as castor oil. Pleasant as a chocolate cream. •' 'AU chemists and storekeepers, VI/- and; ' t/6; - or Bow«i).& Co.(Sjvunslon Stj Mel-'; * ' boirae. Send for free sami'le. .viaoartimr A Ri<vr'ff«-KS5BiKS. Etscii sad St&tiaa .Agsatsi She:? sad Oattio Salesman,'. 507-500 CVjilins Street, Melbourne. ' , ' $EEKLY 'sales at KBWMAUKET: lubA , i ucsdays j CATTLlij Wednesdays, Lv La I'or Piivate S;ilc in ail Districts. Lists forwarded regularly 011 applicant) MONEY TO LICN'D ON" BROAD ACRIvS AT 4 PER CEN . (Branch Oflicb^t YEA-S; DODG8HUN, Manager and Auctioneer.) District H'eprcssiilativcs : f'L'""1! J' . All)urjnnJ]l:iniiiwnrilia ... k\.ii], F.. iAC" M'laBgnrt- VWluWI Ihiirnsdid.u .... ... A. Mnearthur & Co. st and Hem District TBllaTEES, im\m, in iigency ' directors : 'V;. jbsuph II Abbott I'Z-.fj., Chair...

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State School Patriotic Efforts. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

State School Patriotic Efforts. . The Victorian State School Patriotio League, comprising tho thousands of Btato Schools, and tons of thousands of school children of Victoria, are working most successfully on definite lines, to render monetary assistance to relief funds, and to teach practically something of the love and duty owed to tho Empire by all Australian children, as well as adult*. Already thou sands of girls aro at work making shirts, socks, nightingales, scarvca, cholera belts, etc., for uao in hospital or nt tho front. Recently, the Hon. the Minister (Mr T. Livingston) and tho Director of Education (Mr Frank Tato, M.A., I.S.O.) visited the St. Kilda Park School. Ono of the large i rooms was packed with war material. " A ; veritablo warehouso of underclothing and . haberdashoty," remarked Mr Tato. Both [ were touched and interested with themes-; Bagcs tho children had sent ou tho garments j etc. Cu5a and balaclava holmols had the j name of tho . giver, and somo message li...

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Cricket Notes. SEYMOUR V. NAGAMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Cricket Notes. SKYMOUR V. N.AfiAMHIlC. A cricket match was played oil the local ground cm Saturday last between Seymour Ramblers and the i Nagambie club. The weather was ' very trying, and not conducive to outdoor sport. There was an un certainty as to Seymour coming in i consequence thereto, and it ac counted for the absence of several , of the leading local players. The ; home team, which was captained by | IS.' M'Donaldj went first to the wickets; and when had been Compiled with the loss' of 7 wickets the - innings was .declared closed. Those to roach double figures were 'B. Inglemaii 36, who played fine dashing Cricket, T. Ilutler 21 not out, put together in good style, and C. Mason 17 in his usual well known manner, Seymour made 98 for the loss of 5 wickets, of which J. Keefe -ly-not out, and H. Adams 22 wertf the principal scorers. JJoth batsmen gave a very fine display of cricket. The visiting team were very hospitably entertained at tea by the President (Mr K. M'Donald). Sco...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

STATE ELECTIONS). A meeting of tlie supporters of Mr J. Gordon, M is adver tised for Monday evening next in the Mechanics' hall, when it is in tended to form n committee to further his interests at the forth coming election. The State election campaign was opened at Rushworth on Monday night, when about SO of the leading residents met with the object of furthering the candidature of Mr John Gordon, M.f,.A , in the com ing contest in Waranga. Dr Heily was in the chair, and Mr Gordon addressed the meeting. It was re solved to form a committee, with Cr Gunn, shire president, ,as chair man, and Mr K. A. Coyle,.as secre- ] tary, to work for Mr Gordon's ; return. Messrs Catlin, Muhlhati, Burt Stewart, J. Jlrown, TO. Geyle, I Geo. Anderson, C. II. Cameron, j and W. G. Mason were appointed j j an executive comuiittec. j '. The name of Mr H. G. Thomas, I of Heathcote, has been freely raeu | tioned as a probable candidate for j Waranga in the coming State elec I tions (says the " liuroa Gazet...

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Nagambie Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Nagambie Cricket Club. . The annual meeting of the mem* bers of the Nagauibie Cricket Club was held in the Mechanics' Hall on 'the 22nd inst, when , there were present—Messrs E. M'Donald (in the chair), \V, H. M'Xeod, M. Griffiths, P. Brown, H. Gundry and W. R, Bourke (hon. secretary). , UAI^ANCE-fiHKET. ' .* " The following balance-sheet for ;the past season was presented j-rr ltcccipts. — Members' tickets', £8 5u; donation (Mr J. Gordon). Jills proceeds Bohemians' ont«rtaiineat, v\£lG,' . Total,. •£25 6s. ■ , Expenditure.—Association entrance fee, £1 Is; Mr"Chovnc, £X ; printing, £1 lis Gd i repairs tomateriaj, lQs.Gd,;. material, £4 )4s Gd; conveyances, £3 5 -wreath; lis &d i biro of bull,-x\ 5,3 donation,tp. Foot* b*ll Club,' £Tj postago' and aundriefi', 8^5 b»lancc,£o 4s, Total £25 Os, secretary's RRPORT, •jMrW, R. Bourke presented the following report " I have pleasure in presenting you, with a report of tho season lOi/j.14. The club again entered foe tho Vfarahga comp...

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Locksley Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Locksley Mems. (From our Correspondent.) jJess'rs Frank Adams^and C. E: Nissen have been nominated for t% twq Vjicau{ positions ojj. tl^e J,ocks; ley School Committee,^At the last meeting ofthis body !Mr C. If. James wfis elected chairman att4 .treasurer, in succession to the late Mr Geo. Alters, and Mr J. Brook WMappointedto the vice-clialr. n. Thepupilsof tbe:Locksley school Were yery, successful with , their 'exhibits" in. 'clrawitig 'at the Eiiroa Shbw.'and :Mfs Af Alexanderson, Ja tycal resident,al3o did: well, gaining Jhrw.ifiret prjzes for cake. ^ ? j 'Mfr Wtn." "James, son of-Sir W.; Jiunes. a ^ell-known resident of ttiitT district, '' has voluuteered fp* active service. He is attached, to the Light Horse squadron, and'jUi now ia camp at Broadmeadows. J j eBusiness at the local railway' station has beeu very brisk lately la > the despatching of, live stock. As : many as 17 . trucks' have bei# i roaded iaoneday. 'Moreaccommw h datlon la the shape of a longer ro»a :| atthe ...

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Country Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

Country Roads. | According to a statement raado by tho Minister for t'ublic Works ! j (ifv Ha^clthorn), reasonable pro gress is being' made by tlio con i tractors under the Country, Roads (Hoard witli tlieir undertakings. So few contractors have the plant necessary for doing the work re quired on a" largo scale that some diiHculty is being experienced in letting other contracts. It is thoughtthat it will.be a year or two before the board will be able to induce a.-,sufficient number of contractors ■ :to provide ' .plant. Mean while, in ;order. to have the works in hand and those proposed carried out with tlie greatest j-e'xpeditioir/; tlloi board is lendibg [ithem road rollers and providing them with '.other machinery for j roadworks, such as hopper wog [■goiia tor .cajfing metal. It is j hoped by tho board that it will ultimately bo relieved of tho ei peuso.of; providing plant; for conl iractors. The board is enoou'r agiug^tho municipalities to provide stonecrushers and road rollers...

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Avenel Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

AyeneJ Note*, The many frjepda ofifra A. B. £ m.®4 ,w'" re8re* •<> bwr that h?r -r,- I. MWIHSU «ur«a«Htv Wf Her to uudergo an, operation for appendicitis. The orvratlnn toolc place on Friday lasti and' Mrs Planck is now doing as well as can be expected. A meeting of fhe member of the AveneJ Qlu? wj|m be d cm Friday evening fq'r ftje pqrpo^6 ®! considering the advjs^bjlfty w bold? Jug <» patriotic rues wejHng 111 December, .• Ill, common with many ; othet tQwua it» Victoria to-day, Avenel is suffering lf«u a shortage of wafer, and the poiltiqu is likely to become (Wrious aii tbe summer -advances, At the' last rawtisg fif tbp'~*~* ~ *t%—*• ^yng|f 1' **-— **• yr«st the wwlrmau; Com.'i was deputed to wait on Mr-R. ?el*' nelly,-c.R., the Tru»t'tt engineer, with a view to securing a supply* OKuUiy_aupply for. the tbwn.-* -'-Telegraph."

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The Colonial Bank of Australasia Limited. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 30 October 1914

The Qolonial Sank of Ai)S: tralasia Limited. | '-"'iik .of Australasid Limited for the Half-year ended 30th September last ltas been published.' The net profit ™T'<*'*"half-year amounted to A- dividend at the »^Pr«Per>I.,m has beeii tfjdde oi} both' preference pbd ordinary shares, and #10,000 is be. -tUff^aUcsd-to,.tlM ~r««crva -fundi limine 420.000 for ttl. •>«* anfl ;.rn,isiVc thaMund to £230,000. fc y<?'N+i qs usual; show! Taj very stroiig-fiuancial position, the liquid assets totalling £1,474,507, which I :nl'u?sCcovers_the.curTent,accouiit | balances, amounting to £1,542,372. Shareholders should be well satis fied'With the solid and continued prosperity of the bank, as shown i>y tue bnlauce-sheet.

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