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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

CHURCH SERVICES. Catholic.-Holy Mass, 8 and 11, Petersburg, and 10.30 Yongala. Usual Evening Devotions 7 Petersburg, Methodist-11 a m. -and 7 p.m., Rcr, A. H. Melbourne, Baptist-11, "Co-op«riition with God"; 3, ChUdrsn'a Demonatration, ." Our Daily Bread",; 7 p.m., " The ,Ark in the Harrait -field." Preacher, A. Da La Rue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

/* SJV. CHAMBER OF MANUFACTURES INCORPORATED. ^All-Australian Peace Exhibitioii^S v of Manufactures, Products, Arts and Industrie5, \ ^ v . . . . Coupled with a ? GRAND- CARNIVAL. , JUBILEE EXHIBITION BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS, ADELAIDE "to "MAY 22nd. EXCURSION FARES, All RaHways. Special Sates for Parties of Schoolchildren. '. . ErhlbmonBuilding, Adelaide.. H. E. Winter-bottom, Secretary. F. H, FRITH, licensed land Broker Valuator. 'Qualified to prepare and certify Mortgages, Leases, Transfers, and all Documents for the purposes of v -The Real Property Act.", l . -' - HOUSES FARMS, RIVER MURRAY ORCHARDS . A>«D-BUSINESSES FOR SALE. ^ ' ' . Rents Collected, Surveys- Arranged, and Wills *<' * Prepared. v F. H. FRITH, - STREET, PETERBOROUGH. Opposite Railway Statyuif S. C. Middletori, . Late A.I.F., (Successor to M. B. RYAN), AUCTIONEER, > House, '.Land, and. t&i&feral Commission Agent, Valuations AND SALES-CONDUCTED IN ANY PAST op . i:_'; . msTiacT. .. / A...

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CALTOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

CALTOWIE. The Annua! Catholic Sports were held at Caltowie on Wednesday, lTth in ideal weather, the attendance^be ing above the average of otiier years. P. Quinn, rider of Dove, was dis qualified for interference with Massa Torah; Filfee was disqualified for abuse to the starter in- the novice plate. Mr. H. Pilnc sccured excel 4'ent results as starter; Messrs. _t. Haren and Mr. K. O'Dea proved themselves capable secretarians. Mr. A. McCallum carried out the duties of judffe "with satisfaction to all. He suits : Novice Plate-Mr. T. Haino's Queen of Diamonds. S.O (A. Mc Donald); -Mr. E. ? Barker's " Komain, S.ii (E. Barker); Mr. E. O'Connor's Caltowie. 8,13 (owner). Time. 1.20. ' 5i. Patrick's Handicap, l 1/4 miles -Mr. T. Hain's Trevor. P:8 ( A. ilt ' Donald, 1; Mr. P. Quinn's Cymbric, 3.10'(P. Qainn). Only two starter-; after an exciting; finish, Trevor won half a head. Tiitie, 2.H. Trials.-Mr. J. Slattery Shuvenette, 9.0 (owner); Mr." M. O'Dea's Massa Torah, S.O (A. McDonald); Mr. ...

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QUORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

QUORN: The annual "St. Patrick's 'Day celebrations werfe held in Quorn on Saturday last, and took the form of a race meeting and ball. The weather was all that could be desired in the morning, but at the time of starting the firat race the dust became vary- unpleasant 7 and certainly marred a good day's sport. The Evening was'ideal for "the dance' and a record number put in an appearancef , .The races attracted a great crowd, and some good races were witnessed. Prior to^.theopenuig race Mr. J. Francis;' .Mountain; Sing attempted to jump the iron gate leading into the straight,-and in his attempt he fell and broke his back", and was'iflbsequehtly destroyed.T . Two protests' were entered, and .one . was -withheld for a week, whilst the other was dismissed. t-. TRIAL stakes .' £4; second horse £1 from state. Six furlongs.'. 4For horsed that" have not won . a. stake of the value of £3 <Jr over. T. Hill's Rose Briar-(Fry);-10.4 1 A. Wallace's Fleetham (Wallace), 10.7 t T. B. T...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. PETERBOROUGH. OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. PETERBOROUGH. OFFICIALS. . Patrons.-His Loidiisip the Bishop <ri Port Anmlsta (Right Rev. Dr. Norton). the Rev. rawer £. LRvan, His* Worship the Mayor and Mwores {Mr. and Mr& S. D. 4ohes), R. A. ?Boofflc, - Esq., ? Hon. W. Mcrrow. M.L.C., Boh. W.jMiils, JrfX.C., £L R. Buxton. Esq., HJ, M. O'HUJoran. Esq.. MJP., J. d. Jen ki&s. Esq., / President-*V B. . Murphy, Y3ce*President»-.Messrs. J, Henderson, W. H., Hill j- C. Brintfgc, W. G. .Martin. - A. - Twriv - Vouagman,-JL Glastonbury, U. O. A. . Kanldii;" F. W. Hease, A-- Hains, M: i40nud, fi; Watson/ H. "Swdolr, \V. ? H. D. Wald. W. Sack^T. Sheridan,. P. B. LSiugSi A.. Pink, J. E. O'Loughlin, T. . Ridge, C. Cameron, J. Kerin, Dr. Clarke, J. Secretaries.-Messrs. P. J. Hall And E. J. Chambers. " .w Handi cappers-Horse Events-Messrs. S. D. Jones and'J. Keane;; Qedesinan Events Messrs. C. Matthews and* K. Edmonds; Cycle Events, under League. - Starteri^-Horse Events-Mr. J. K. Casey; Athletic Ev...

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CRICKET. YONGALA V. TEROWIE. (Held over from last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

CRICKET. YONGALA v. TEROW1E. <Hdd over from last Issue.) The cricket season opened awhile back with much interest, and (or seve ral week's the association points were published in the "Times". For some weeks past, however, the public "have been kept in the dark as to the posi tlions of the various clnbs. This has cassed much comment amontr cric v' kef enthusiasts, and sorely for the sake of the game, the secretary of the association would not have found it mpch bother to send these particii . Jars to the "Times," when no doubt they would have been published. Al though none of the players of the above teams seemed to know defi nitely liow the points Mood, it was -reported 'that up till last Saturday, "Terowie was one point ahead of Yon gala, and whichever of these teams won would still have a slight chance of winrting the premiership. Terowie won the toss and sent Yonjrala to the wickets. Both teams recognised that the match must be fought, to a finish as a draw would allo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

SANDER * SONS' BUCALYFT! EXTRACT. The onaquiUcd r«m«dy <«r c«Ma, inlutm. diei! tampliiolf, gtanlirit in^ipitien. rheumatism Sialif'l w tract, the Jure protection from il! in fections, fever, diphtheria, meningitis Sander's Extract, the great healer of around*. burns. ulcers, sprains. aids diaaase* Sander's Extract, proved it Supreme Court of Victoria to contain antiseptic and healing substancesnot present in other eucalyptus prepara tions. hence its superior in<l uniqat curative power. Sanders Extract, the only eucalyptus product prepared «s clusiYc.lv from the Warn and retocd by special process. is free from th« ir ritating and heart-depressing effect .( the common eucalyptus and (be so called "extracts." and is safe for iater aal and external me. Insist ott the Genuine Sander Extract, and dai>« tiu benefit of quality and reNaMlj Tfcffr*-fel «M "iM» M «s»d * A LURKING DANGER. There is a lurking danger in the back thai aches. The aches and pains of the hack ...

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H.A.C.B.S. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

, H.A.C BJ. SOCIAL. . On Monday evening tlie town ball was crowdfcd to. the doors for the annual social dance, under the auspices of the 8t. Anecletus Branch H.A..C.B.S., and only about half were able to danr« at« time, so treat was the crowd. The ener getic secretary, Mr! M T, Hoche, and his live OQDimiUej lia-j the arrangement* very complete and everything went with a swing frym start to tiniBh. The tlot-r was in excellent^ condition and good tnusic was'supplied 4y firo.W. tt. Hen-, derson and Mr. T. Hankel. Bros. E. J.. Chamber^ and J. O'Dea very ably carried' out the duties of M.C. Bros, .1. English and T. Crotty, as usual, had charge of the doors. Mesdames W. W. Henderson, Conway, ' Crotty, Heffcran, J. O'Dea, and T. Connelly are to be pliinented upon the supper arrange ments; the task of catering for such a immense gathering was no easy one, but they proved equal to the occasion. During an interval in the programme His Worship the Mayor distributed the prizes won at the sports...

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EURELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

EURELIA. A iter a 1 ight rain on Sunday even ing 14th, which followed a stormy dusty, disagreeable day, the weather has been quite cold, till the end of the week when it warmed up again, leaving things as dry as ever, with every indication of feed and water famine. The Opal fields fever is still raging, several of the local residents thinking- of preparing for the trip, so as to make an immediate start as fO'_n as the rainy season sets in. This excitement has "cooled down a little for rhe present as this town has itJ own Ittle adventures, just as well as ;he neighboring, and mo>e important towns, and this item will no d ubt fce a nine days wonder, and perhaps i-tr ever an unsolved mystery; the sen sation o! the moment is the burning oi the local hall, which was com pletely gutted early on Thursday morning last; the Tire was first notic ed at half past five, but was then be yond all control as the inside was all burnt out. and when the doors we e broken open the roof collapsed, a ...

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WILLOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

WILLOWIE. March 22-While on active service abroad, Private William Barrie had the misfortune to suffer loss by rea son of a fire, which mysteriously orig inated near , a . ?hed on his farm, splitting- thencg -to the' shed and de stroying. . amongst: other things, a seed drill and a quantity of harness. Th'e drill was a- good one, anil the residents felt' that it was up to theni ro see that Mr. Barrie should not be put to the expense of a new drill, par ticularly in view of the fact that the loss had been incurred while he was away in.' France fighting for his coun7 try- A movement was therefore initi ated with the object o£ collecting suf ficient to purchase a machine that should be practically new and in per fect condition to be put straight into the field. Little difficulty was experi enced in getting together the,.neces Sary money, and a drill was purchased from one of the returned men on the Mount Remarkable farm, who was prepared to sell what was nearly a new drill at a price t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

CORRESPONDENCE.. \.(To the Editor.) Sir,-Seeing that it a vtry probable *bst iba proposed pooling idea la not likely to joeetwith Ajr dviMofiucMb, . .I' most of the players are dadioui of remaining wiihtheir otd club*. I fefg to «8tr'4«o .MRntiMi, either of wbiob may bring abont e better state of affairs thaii atpreserit existing. Firstly, cnuH not the soWiere form * thini team ? , The formation of this team would not weaken' toany extent the two~ teams tbit are ex petiencing no difficulty In forming their aluba. . Th* aeeoad suggestion that pre sents i t»»tf lathe Jonneti ui of two rail wayteams and one oomposed of player* outside the raitway, I"believe that either .f these suggsstioni could be adopted with beneficial results to the tows in particular and ^heg-ame in general. These aoggeatwua are only put forward in the event of the Uhiteds not bei&g able to iotm. As one who has taken a very keen ioterect ui football is Peterborough for the'last nine years, I trust these hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

CO UP ANY; LTD ,'ARMERS. INSURE WITH ' THE UNITED INSURANCE COUP ANY. LIMITED., A Purely Australian IoititiidaB. Kire, Marine, Workmen'! Compcnu don. Personal Accident and Sicknea Live Stock. - ' r . . South Australian Branch:-No. U Waymoutb Street, Adelaides . ?**HZ31 T. C. REYNOLDS, BUnacet" Baltic Separators ARE MONEY MAKERS. Increase; Your Cheque, GET A ' B A L. Tit; :iPRICE FROM *6^ 10* WayinouthSt., Adalaid*. - ' Age n ts to r Soulti Austral HIGHLYREGOWIMENO TWHO r-ofrjyeafenejs after, fevo^ because they have notedtliatin-Ms^flf^edraw.afteriew influenza, operations judHgetterajj improvement follows its^ase.V . f _ NURSE 1j. BENNETT, who has ljer " Mentirae," Asiitmrner Street," Ibnl^ S.CT4 writes the follou ingietter:-" CLEMeNTS TONIC LTD. "From wbat.l know of you*mj^rinekthere is*»o " to uy farewell to.good faealthi. WI have (oQdived (be iiure^tptoi^pBibr.IO yi^aJjuM ' - the niulU of var^otU a^f ifart .:^ Clements Tonic is a teiiArk^y |{tM^ ; '' with bad luryeii-melaachdKAiuf...

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FOOTBALL. Old Peterborough Association to be Revived. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 26 March 1920

" . vjFOOTBALL. , .^^id^-reterhprbuyi - Association to '^ ^ be'Revivcd.-r- . > . ' There was' a- large and represeiita gathering of : footballJ enrinisiasts Tqwn Hall, on Friday even ^ffing last,_when the -Mayor (Mr. S. D. -in .response lo a requisition : ?fronP-prominent _ citizens,called' a K'j i .meetingtodisaiss thequestion of re->i the olff Peterborough Foot- j ^SAaU_._Assbcjatipri.- ""The Mayor, in Viis Ssj iopening remarks explained ob the fitting, and : said he1 p'as ? Swbultl be -carried *>n in. (he best j^iiMterests of ^the :jgame. \Tlie old As ^:&sooati9ij^ or-jwhich--Or, C^-i-owthfcf" . g?^aS^e^wias, |>reMdeiity^>s .carried on ? fnritS ttie otobreakj>i Itlie 'i ^Kwar^-^d^tjh'en jweitr into jritiess. "D uir K ^n^ the ^r periods/ two junior clubs -^apiblefs '.and-St. Anacletus--were ' ^ f jioi^i^p, anS i^ieJBdlj- .matches." jwere A6r£^-keepmft the.sport^o- - ^e.lssiyreaiy . ' - wljentlie Xssotiatipn- mas Jbrm- ? ? tfteJbcaP-ibea^s, ?' Ej^'n4 VoS^^...

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WISE AND OTHERWISE. EVERYBODY'S GAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

WISE AND OTHERWISE. EVERYBODY'S GAMP. vwbat have yon to aay for your self ?" asked ' tbe J.P. ol the main wiio had been arrested lor stealing h'e neighbour's . ombrena. ? "Are #ob-? juilty or not guflty?" ..Well," replied'' the defendant. '?I'm one of- tbe polities." ' ^ ' («e ol the gotttiee?" repeated?; the J .P. "What do yon mean? Hiw many us en do yon tMnlr It takes' to . st»a! an umbrella ?" * . " i "Ae many as yon like, .1 expect," - responded the . defendant, ?""The ank^ ^ brella had tbe name at noam :< stamped. on tfee inside ol tta'wwer," G. H. Brickerfey on the handle/and I stole It from e mannamed tjuiM by." ' ."

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"WRIT IN PERFECT STYLE." [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

"WHIT IN PERFECT STYI.E." The following choice notice was distributed by the pro:>rietors of n Siamese newspaper. As a sample of "King's English" it well deserve? attention : "The news ©t English we tell the latest. Writ In perfect style and most earliest. Do 6 m'-idcr git com mit, we bear of and tell It. Do a mighty chief die, we publish it. and in borders of sombre. feiaf! has each one college, and write hi:<3 the Kipling and the Dickens. We circle every town and extortionate not for advertisements. Bay it. Buy It. Tell each of you ita greatness tor good. Beady on Friday. Nuns ber one.". There la always room at the top «t the banal lor the big apples. FRENCH CAKE.-J cup batter, 1 or, wgat, 1 oz. flour, 8 egg*. 1 tea* tfops csrbanate of »c&t

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FIFTY YEARS SPENT OVER ONE BOOK. WHAT DICTIONARY-MAKING. MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

FIFTY YfMS SPENT QV£fl ONE BOOK. WHAT DICTIONARY-MAKING MESAXS. Twenty-one years ago Sir Jamei Murray, better known perhaps at Dr. Murray, commenced to cam pile a new English dictionary. At the present the letters M and P are in course of completion, and it. is hoped that Z will be finished in 1912, or close upon a quarter of a century after the commencement of the work. This, however, 1B by no means a record length of time for tbe compilation of an important dic tionary. There is one published in Amsterdam and known as tis great "Woordea-boek der Nederlands-.be Taal," wbich was commenced as far back as 1852. The first volume was published thirty years later,, and at tbe present time the wort: is about half finished. Tbe first volume of an other Continental dictionary, con taining A, was published in 1863, and will, it is estimated, not be fin ished until fifteen years hence. A good idea of what the compila tion of these important dictionar ies really " means is conveyed by some., i...

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OFTEN PLAYED IT WHEN A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

6FIEI FUTED IT WNtif A BOy. Jobshaw was taking a friend lor a spin in the secondhand motor be had picked op at .an"-absurdly low -figure, when something went wrong with the works, .«jrf the car stopped dead. He dived nnifer the machine, and discovered, among other de fects, that two ants bad jolted of!' during the iourney. "It's only ten -minutes* walk to the town, old mall," said the owner of the car, in an apologetic manner, "if Jron wouldn't .mind walking there and getting a couple ot half-inch nuts, I ran put other things right by the time you get hack." And for the next .half-hour Jobehaw was tinkering and tapping away be neath tie car. Then he started' to wonder why his friend: had. nofci re turned. Presently he heard foot steps, "'That yon, Xiorkins ?" he inquired. ' "Sh-s-sh 1" came the reply from a bucolfc-lookiag countryman, who peered at Jobshaw under the c£r. .' "E come back ten minutes ago.' I told 'im you'd gone across that there field yonder.'E's a-clamberin' throngh'...

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ROYAL COMMISSION ON FEDERAL TAXATION. MR. JOWETT SUGGESTS PERSONNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

ROYAL COMMISSION ON FEDERAL TAXATION. MX. JOWETT SUGGESTS PERSONNEL. in the House of Representatives last Thurs day Mr. Jowett asked .the Treasurer the <d ion-ing question:-"With reference to the Government's announced decision to -ajjpoint a Royal Commission to inquire into the ancid* eocc taxation, has the cred the personnel .of such- a Commission; and, if not, will die Government favourably consider a personnel as follows-(4) AsJ«hair-' man, a" High Court or Supreme Court Judge; a nominee (b) of the Commonwealth Govern ment; (c) of the- State Governments of Aus tralia; <d) of the primary producers of Au« tralia; (e) of the manufacturers of Australia; 4$) of the commercial and-trading coauatmity of Australia.'* The Treasurer replied-?"Tbe mtention of the Government is to make the* personnel of the proposed Royal Commission at representative as possible, of all interests including some of wise mentioned bjr- the honorable member,.*'

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

LOCAL TOPICS.; MsM Over.-A statement ofthe present positions of the clubs in the N.li Cricket ing Association h&s been unavoidably? held brer till Beit issue; also the Vdpor-h ation meeting and other small items. - St. Peter's Church-Good Children; 10.30, Ante Communion vice'; 7.30, Evening Prayer. Eaater Eve, Saturday-7.30. Preparation for Caster Communion. Easter Sunday-7,; Holy - Co mm union; 11, 8ung Kucharist;. 3, Children; 7, Evensong. Yongala-9., .. Peterborough Maifcet - Special attention is directed to Bagot, Shakes & J^wis* market notice in our adv^lgnig column a, which includes sT'Tenghty list ofklieep, cattle, horses, pigs, land, imple ments and' sundries. Makfl a note of the date-Thursday next, 8th April. ^ ~' . Fstartwroimta tastkats. - The ao*uaV meeting of Subscribers to the Institute was held at the library on Saturday even.. ins, the president (Mr. B. W. Goudis) presiding. The chairman, in his remarks, stated that the Institute still had^aa' overdra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Times and Northern Advertiser, Peterborough, South Australia — 2 April 1920

'ggr~ ? 1 ****^^' Mrs. V. G. Gurner; -» \ Dreumakcr, 236 Ruadle Street | Adelaide, write* that many per* .one koovnf to her be leve lath«» Cml Nam S«Bi»y v Hare I* Mr*. CURNEK'S IcUcr ) written July *th, 1016:- | CLEMENTS TONIC LD. j " Many of my patrau know \ tie dunt of g«m your mtiiciiu " ku due for n. "1 «a reqoesfed U Btkt : known the wonderfal cure i effected by CUvenU Toaic. "'I attribute »y *ick«e»i to tbe ; fact that I bad a resb ef buiae** ! and tbat I bad detr oni at die ! frost wkicb cawed Be aucb i anxiety." j " i tuffered iron WEAKNESS, I POOR APPtTiTE & INSOMNIA, j " Week* pacied without deep, i ' and sy appearance wat suck ] | cbtaged. j j - "To be brief, I am ceVtain i j j wo aid not be is THE LAND OF : j THE LIVING to-day bad it B«t ' | bees for ClemenU Toaic." ? (Signed) j VIOLET C. GURNER ! , | The medicine tor the w«ak serve* . { I racked system. It you take t dew | I ti bedtime regulsriy you will toob | | «U«p a* sweetly u a U*t> rblld | ! Ail Chemis...

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