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Football. BRUNSWICK V. HAWTHORN. BRUNSWICK WIN EASILY. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 5 June 1914

Football. BRUNSWICK V. HAWTHORN. BRUNSWICK WIN EASILY. The above match took place at the Brunswick Park on Saturday. By the time that Hawthorn came to some thing like their tr, -oform-the game had absolutely been won by the mag pies, who had matters all their own way in the early part of the oontest. HIawthorn wore very much abroad in deed in these opening stages, while Brunswick kicked with exceptional ac curacy, and ran up five goals in the first. quarter, without Hawthorn get ting in. The score then was 5.3 to 3 behinds. Hawthorn pllayed up a lit tle better in the second term, as they got 2.6 to their opponents' 2.7, the scores at half-time being 7.10 for Brunswick, as against Hawthorn's 2.9. The end of the third quarter, however, found Brunswick in a long lead again, with 14.14 to 3.9, Hawthorn's score for. that quarter consisting of a bare goal. Hawthorn made a splendid rally towards the finish, getting 5 goals, as against Brunswick's 3. The final scores were: Brunswick, 17.14 ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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THE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

. THE HARRIERS. 'The ?ioburg -tariers held a ?-i it W?ncdicap on iheir t:oh, whi.h repr., i sedt , th l ih the n .A.A.A. \i,, 'nile seciond te?ui" rvi , t (n i'i,'I. "n at? ir? ov, the rei.ilt bhni i ,?, |h:at, for fi'rst place, hot w,?, (. VW, J. 1a I.,, (o min.) ,-om in,' a ,xt : (;. _ Il h: o , .h::,: and Co:uh:,'.,M . F:Iuvll o. 11 , t Cobur,:::' next Saiturday. !.; x' b;'

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

BRUNSWICK RIFLE CLUB --o A shoot for the Dracger, Hartley, and Pain trophies, took place on Sat urday, May 30; and one for the Burt., Don. and Yeoman's trophies on Satur day, June 6th. Scores: M"ay 30th: 14 Shots, 500 Yds. . Sc. Hep. Til. ,. lohnston... .... .. . 868 :5 C T Lelsen .... .... GS 2 0 SThnms . . .. .- 61. 9 0 ' RiceK:........68 5 7 W:. Robertsoi. .... 53 416 G iF. Orgill . ... .. 61 5 S Th ghent . ..... 60 ? 5 11~Thisting . .-.. .. .60 76 J Youing.... .. ... ...62... .. G Mcartney . .. ... . . 7 G6 1R1ice .. .......... 60 5 (65 A. Symnons . . 60 .5 65 S. June' 6th: 14 Shots, 300 Yds. T:,T :?iighet . . 7 .6 70 :. Hars .er. ..... 67 7 70 G. -McC0artney ..:- 63 7 70 1W Thomas : . 65 8 70 : E. Esnouf . ; , :66 5 70 J. Lyle.. .. .. 0i:-63 6 69 J. Younig 6 .. 64 5 69 S oW. .tobeitson .. 56 13 69 A. Symons .. .65 3 6S :LW. andon . ;57 11 68 :W?. Smith .... . . 62 5 67 A. :i;Slater .... .. . .. 01 6 67i . ' ;:,T Lelleny .. .... .... 65 2 67 - G. L,:.iceh . .. . . 62 4 66 G:. Mo...

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North Brunswick Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

) North Brunswick Progress 1Association. At the meeting of tlhe North Bruns wick Progre~s Association on Satur day evening last. Mr. .T. B. Thuggin ; nmoved and Mr3. W. Butlr' oconded: "That. this assciation does not far or thle legal proceedings in connec tion with the Brunswick Council s overdraft desired by Mr. A. Cosgrove, as it is of opinion that the council thought it was acting in the best in terests of the ratclpayers, and in or ' der to ciiry out lnecessary mid urgent 11e President iOlr. P. H. Kilueen) said t'hat Ihe was sorry to see such a I otion, tabled. As an association they l had nothing to do with anyone's pri rate action, and the wisest thing they - 1-,ld do was i to let the matter drop. Mr. Butler said that it appeared to himu a needllessly harsh proceedling to ;make councillors pay £2010 each for . :n action which. however illegal, was dent, withm the best intentions. S The motion was agreed to. hI.. L~ .i. Tregardh also moved tihe association object to thie form ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

, C Coburg Pictures.8 A r 'r.1ientati1e of this papei !eoii cd hl e Lake Hall last Thursday and Sat.urdlay. fleports have reached this office of the splendid programmes that have heen presented previously,, and our reporter can only bear out wha\ t has been 'aid by tmhe following re marks. Oni Thursday there was a very fair l.tendancfe. the body of thle hall being packed. The programme was right up t, thie standard. There were two star pictuires, the first- being Told By the Car-is. This was a drama of no mean order, anmd was r.ecived with great pl) PlSuses. The second wais entitled The White uavoe Traffic, sihowing how girls sre induced away front th ir homes hy fiti:iou. advertisements aud ahnost fr-cirl into degradiation, but at the - laht momeint is saved iby the hero. The Out:law and the Little Girl, a west S crni drama. thriilled the house with e,.it oment. SATURDAY XNIGHT. This proigranmue surpassed aIl ex * peict'tion, each item being a star. The Rugbyh football match, wit- ...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Friendly Societies. SHAMROCK LODGE. U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Friendly Societies. SHAMIOCK IOD(E. 1 .k.O.D. The above lodge mnit on the 2nd of this month, special business being to receive and adopt; theo balance. sheet and to elect officers for the ensuing six months. In moving the adoption of the ?btlance shleet, Bro..Ar-thur con pliimented the mtembers oi their finan cial positiotn espe-ally n th.?.t decrease in sick pay as compared. withl:the am oulnt panidl foi the lprevious ix niontlis, which 'as nhearly 50 per :cent. less This slonwed that the memberis .of Co burg werte enjoving .good health.' The election of officers s sivlci?it pro ceeded with, anrd the follo6ifmg w:\ ere. electedl :Arch - Druid, Bro. Tonks Vice-Arch, Bro. Cttron secretarY BIro. Phillips; treasurer,m Bro. Arthlin; 1.G., Bro. Cantillian, 0G.0; G iTo: Fi dock: A.D. Bards, Bros Shlarpe a nd Workman; Vice A.B.'s fros.: Carey and Nun.; junior A.P..· 1rb; Atkins- ; pianist, Bro. Landells; dispensary de legates, Bros. Hardy andt Denn ;:: GI. dologates, Bros. Patterson and .A...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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SHOULD WIVES OBEY THEIR HUSBANDS? [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

SHOULD \TVES OBEY TFIEIR HUSBANDS? +-----·e This is a question that one would irmagine offered but t io Ilnqualli d :t: swers, and vet., in the May nubi:her of •iEvervIadv's ,Journai." jut out. we find upwards o, a dozen,. promi,-,nt people expr\essini v\'iioun opinioCs on the ubjeet. And' they aric people t widely different statiot and in rofe sion3m. -etas far apart. a.? M1:. Bern;urd O')Do:-d. the welt-knon Au\itrali:n .act, and M,. Paris N-sbit. K.('. :o cl.\s.!y associated--by thei" 'o n?hteu r la - -arry Lauder und Sir Ai-xander Pfacock: and stage favouite. likec lMis? Ada Reeve and Mss Daiv Jer ome. all ditifer more o," lessi on hiii i: portant, topic. Eve-n clha:pi-s ," Women's Rlihts like Mi*s \'ida G,!J stein and Miss Adela Pankhur ' aire not quite at one about it. 11a';ry Lad!err-the famou~s S cotch co!, ian, who. ii at prosent vi.-iting Austr'lia- looked very seriou is as he ait!. liBut women won't obor i" they dottn't willt to! No, not even if theey have pri misx, in tw...

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Compulsory Training for Girls [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Compulsory Training for Girls Should Australian girls he brought under some system of compulsory training to fit tlhem to share in the defence of the coun'tr" in timne of war? This,. is the qul.ery r.ais'ed by the edi tor of "'verylady'sl Jo]lrnal for June. and answered b a n liumler of le:adlinjg citizcliS. "iady Cr, well. wife of Rnld--Ad minral Sir William Criewell. has hig siympithy wiV.h all progrcssive move nwTi . A's the imothier of six c!hild r..n her o? ,'l'e of the training of the yone it- not 1o h1. cia'sifiod withinj the rea ils of hetory. IDcspilite the de nCr.ds of a stenuou- s'.cial lite. Lady Creswll has found time to plrsonally i-tperVise the training and ,dtica tion of her sons and daughters. ")ly son-. she said. proudly, 'are now well aunched, one is in the iiay. another is a st r'vyor, a'noit her an engiieer. As soon as my dau'ii'hters left school I decih'id that a kmohldge of house hohl duties was essential if they were to he wom- worthy of lhe name. A-nd I hIve...

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THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

I, Mr. Co'rnell. of FawIkner, wish to T'IANK all persons who assisted ?t the Benefit Football .imat h and dance, the Loch Park nnd Fawkn?-r Football Clubs, the Coburg Band, who -ave their ansitance froe, and then gavne 11 s id toward the beuctit. I hane aIlo a lot to thank the proprietors o~ f this paper for ihe reduction in prininig andl free advertising. " wish to spe cially thank Mir. Mlos. mannnagr of Fawkner stores, for the enerrgy hle put· into both benefi?ts. I wish to thank thos. who supported it.--TYours. grate fully, I. CORN?ELL.

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Early History of Coburg. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Early History of Coburg. (BY B. COOKE.) On the south-east corner of Bell st. and Svydney road was erected, princi r'?ly by prison labor- the Wesleyan Church. I think in the end of the 'fifr.es, constructed of bluestone in rubble a-ork, so well finished it looks like a piece of Mosaic masonry, and is to be steen to-da.y a fine specimen of architecture and work in the earliest times of our neighborhood. Crossing the aInne that runs along th' south wall otf the prison stood the nrlish Church. a n small bluestone building, I think is still ret-ained in uhe present structure; thisaaswas' built at the time of Rev. MIr. Carter's min istry, who was a man of great personal ty. dloing a vast amount of good. anid deeply and reverently loved by all who knew him. One of his familiar g,'eetings to young men was, "'I hope ny young friend that you are treading in the right path: be sure to keep on it and the end will be well with you. Miss Carter, his daughter, had a bhneautiful soprano voice, lead...

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Peoples Libernl Party. NORTH BRUNSWICK BRANCH. A. W. W. PROVIDES FOR PREFERENCE TO NEGROES. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Peoples Libernl Party. NORTHT BRUNSR11ICK BRANCH. A.W.W. PROVIDES FOR PREFER ENCE TI'O NEGROES. The monoihly i meeting of the North TBrunswick lhrnch of tilhe People's Lib er:al: Party was hold at Miss Bins' schoolroom on Tuesday evening, June 2id. having heen postpouned from pre vioiis week. owing to unfavorabble wea ther. The meeting was presidted ovr h5 Vice-president T. Wilson. Corres piondence to the effect that the ballot for the selection of six candidates to contest the Senat the nte i the event of a douiblo disSolution had resulted in the following six being selected: Senatoir 1c(Coll 'Ir. W. HT. Edgair, Mr. J. lHumn Cook, M-. W. J. I lec La an. .iri. W. IA. Trenwith. Mr. Sam nel Mu er. It was decided to hold the nnnual meeting and election of officers on the 30th of June.

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WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

APni- Forn "'har'' her hunsb nd. Alfred Forman. n ith wify deser'tion. T~h, wif,. stared defv:,dant had been "0way~ 11 ,months. and that sihe did inot I ish to pre. thi e ci.i" r , itf df d an-t wo,,ld promisc ct o 1",,re n :a",d liv'e, home,< all his lif{-tinw. Def,.,n'd:?t pro mi.-d io ',turn horn,. It, -tIn w]1 could lot do heavy wok'. :n, ]'ham nl dolnel foulr Oweeks' work si1,,e 1:'stn. in answer to lthe Ien'h he, said h,, could not give any secu'ity, hut non.?:i sign a bond. Tle wifeXI said she had Srheumatics. in ihe right a'm. Shio had1 soI1 s$l11 me10ns of he11r ot-t. Doe fendint said he coud1 earn 3f.. weekly, hut knew of no present w o-k h lo ,utld ge.t. The wife i.'d he XX 'I 1eod his hand, blut had bee1 led astray. Do fn lanlt said 1h0 suffered from an in.trnal complaint and would make it up with hi3 wife. Thi 1 Bench patoletd their dit er'cutel up. gave them good advice, and they left the co1urt together.

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SENIOR CADETS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

-----I--------u- - SFNIOR CADETS' ASSOCIATION. Norith North Carlton 7.5 (18 pts.) ,featrc'd Coburg 5.6 (36 pointC\. Go. !kickers for winner,: G. Lewis (2). Cal well (2), Donovan, IMurphy and Grif fin. Coburg were beaten laet Saturday by C.arlton, the score. being S to 2.

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St. Matthews Presbytery OPENED BY HIS GRACE ARCHBISHOP MANNIX. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

St. Matthews Presbytery OPENED BY HIS GRACE ARICH BI3ISHOP MANNIX. On Sunday afternoon His Grace the Co-adjutoir Archbishop. the most Re-v. Dr. Mannix, perfornled the ceremony _xf opening and blessing the new Pres bytery at St. 3[attihews' Roman Ca tholie Church, Mitchell street, oppo site itr.nm sheds, Nol' l Brunswick, which was recently purchased and re Irovatcd at- a cost of about £14-50. Ahout 600 people were present. The HTibernian Society in regalia formed a line tlhrough. which His Grace and the Rev. Father Connell walked to the P1resbytecrx; which was duly ,l.e·,6 an:d oponed. T'he Rev. Father O'Connell opened tile proceedings, andtl asked them to give the Archbishop a hearty welcome to the ntew parish, which was done in fine st yle. and then Mr. Campbell Dou las readl a lengthly address of wel ,ome to -Tis Grace antind traced the his tory of the church anrid the final pur cilse. crcetioln anid complet-ion of the P'resbytery. after which the Very Rev. Deann Carey spoke in t...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Brunswick Police Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick Po ice Court. IFR ID.\Y JXE .I 5. iiefor, .Mcs-r-. Do, hw fchairian). CHILD DEK-TIl )N: A "SPORT , PARENT 'ILEARS ATVA1'A . Clarnc,., hlx ch, .I of Bourke st., Mlliourne, heoknmakr's clerk. whsi tpr0w,.led a ain ut for the support of :-. his il'lcitimate chlild. Mir. Rtidgwav appea red for tlh,.' mother -and Mr. N-o lan f-o tlhe deflnda1nt. At the outset Mr. Nolan tooa.k n: ohctiton tlhat ithe c-s could not pro-=: ec?d ina.-much as the defendant h-id:.-:: not hi-en sr-rvid with the summonsa:.i it uas bit ait his place of residence 1i0 days aftr he had left, home, and hl'. orited a case of Hunter v. Stewart, -.-.. 0 A.I.T.. in support, but the bench ."... decidh'd to go 011, Johln Hclnr- Rietschell, defenda nt's,:. ,irothir, stated he was & bookmakers. '-?,k. and defendant's brot-lhi-iand ho.-:.: li:-l in the same house;: bnt defetidan?t had left lhomn~ ten days before i.The I't hle saw of him vais the T-huirsday.: : hi fore Balltarat races,. on 22ind Mf.y-? : 'To, ...

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Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. PAPER READ BEFORE NATIONAL ROSE SOCIETY BY R. G. ELLIOTT. ROSE CULTURE.—Continued. What to Plant. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick and Coburg Horticultural Society. PAPER. READ BEFORE NATIONAL ROSE SOCIETY BY R. G. ELLIOTP. ROSE CUITUR E.--Continued. What to Plant. Our rose beds being now ready, we must consider what we shall plant. I would advise young members who in. tend to exhibit to sftart, with a small number of plants. Remember that numbers do not necessarily mean suc cose. Try to grow roses successfully you will find that the experience you will gain will save you p>ounds, to say nothing of a host of disappointments. Then you consequently increase your number to the full limit of your space, or leisure" as you are sure to do as the love for the rose grows upon you. If your tome is limited (as mine is I leave home at 7 a.m. and return about . p.m.), Iyou might find it ad vantageous to limit your number, as I hold that success depends upon the care and attention bestowed on eachl individual plant. The greater time "ot! splend studying the wants of each plant and administering to thet, tihe mo...

Publication Title: Brunswick & Coburg Leader
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Motor Bus Service. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

ot. ior Ri , >?,rr i i 'e-. t'. th- (itv Coun.il hl Mhlbo ?' c itr litt (<i .. ai , ll i t t+a+ O i",L ,irwar ,1 l <i li1.n of ste s h.i "wti .lrnt t- p intt fI l in t et c (lr'i of Vihin h 's an,! iein t,., P-i.y, vi:, Sydnelly r'++ ,l E']li +,h thl. (Col Tho Maovr (t". .1il-lw'iiiii toed th ot . Br! nst i c (',l i l re, ei t t h entott to jodin hi n? ,"olt'r+nt't'l o? m+ us', iderl~l counllt. ly mlo+Aor has; se'<rvice< Cr. Bll,,e? tpoiiitedt otI1 tha?t a conifer connel s oi-<f Brunsii'+ hk. lFitzr. N,..?ol'th-i cteot andlt E+],?et'ln ,-n tht! sa!w? Iqull? tion. .\ dranft hilt h:?, ]be.,.n ,rawvn up, ,'r!rital it. N,,rth+',to wanih tut fall in with tilt tpr'.p!a+,+l, Pro-,h bly? nalithler +<.hanwlt tigh~t hI +, :,, t-,, l ett t. It wa+? ,!e idt,,, t,, c,.ll a !?oin 'eien"l' . i ?k,',th]i r.

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Coburg Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Coburg Pictures. If such a thing were possible, it would be pleasant to run Lake Hanll pictures even at a. loss - as it must be very 'gratifying to any management to hear the gt'f.nine naplnause that is accnorided to plractically every picture screened. It proves more than any thing else that the subjects are iwe! chosen, a(nd the projection of thi filnms is highly satisfactory:. The usual fine prograummes have been selected for SAT'RDAY. JUNE 13. Amid Raging Beasts, a Selig nmaster. piece, 2286 feet. is the star. TIhis pic tine has, we understand, given full satisfaction at some of the big plaies quite recently. MONDAY. J,['U 1i. The Fighters of the ·\ 'ains is the star picture. When we say it is a 101 Bison. we ecnnot say more in its favor. The boys ofr the TLoch ark Foothball Club ,nterested in this picture night, &nd they have womrked hard to ensueC success.

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Brunswick Technical School. [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

Brunswick Technical School. A large n'd influentinl deputntiont waited onl Sir Alexander lPeacock, the .linistier of Edu.cation, on Tuesda." last with regar, ti ? t he inmmendiate erection of the Technical School on the land 11purchased hy the l3runswick Council at the o tel'o:fr ])awson and Fallen st re~ts. Tlose Ipresent were the Jlavor (Cr..tohn 3lilIardl J.P.). Crs. Flnem inue. Phillips, .\llard. TH-iefford. and WaS[iln. aIl Messrs. W\. E. Paiyne, H lnrdii. ('rat,'. Siheih-ross, and Da vit s. It waIs poinited lilt to the -Min istr hv1 C'r. lickford and 011Mr. Payne that. the Brui-wick Council had per f:r'mudl its part of the a-greeniell*, by puricrasingi t.ihe land for the T?ehnical School whichl had lbeen promised by the oiiernment. Ilrun iwick was eventual lyt- n indtri0 centre. ro nd a techni cl seliool waIs a neeu'c-. iy corollary io the industii ies of thie locality. The Ministi " of it I l, nti it said the pro 1-ise madi , n onht he iia,-ied into 1p1r1a tion.l and the mone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brunswick & Coburg Leader — 12 June 1914

ST 8 . ...... . . . ......... ..... E , . S 1 ? For the famous AUGUST FOSTER PIANOS OVER 456 SYDNEY ROAD, BRUN ., BEATTiE and CO. L A ESTABLISHED 1885. Terms Arranged "' B Brunswick's Leading Jeweller, Wat aa tii Organs, Violins, and other Musical Instruments, Phonographs, Recerds, Music, Etc., Etc. N AWAY FREE Jllery, Watches, Clocks, Electroplate, Brushes, Mirro and Bags, tc , E .Th ead g T S. yvery Cash Custome. ou can chose yor n Free as aiy article h Give them a Trial for Suits or Ladies' Costumes. Our Motto, " CIVILITY." --...__ . ? , g rivenfieel, and without.any fuss. We alo do Cih orTerms if itwill Suit you. Why not Call To.day? ·L·L-.. - .., ./ l A BOON 1N PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. 334-336 SYI)NEY ROAD. (Near TMethodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agent for Suttcns. A BOON IN PIANOS. ORGANS. Phonographs. Music. ! ARKS BROS. 3341-336 SYDNEY ROAD, (ncar Methodist Church) And at 870 Sydney Road. Agents for Suttons. MANTLE EC MAES S " Factory behind Shop. Mlantle...

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