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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

t 'i NEWS A .ND N TES f a E 3r ily 'fý( t,' b Y N i ' rte- Anoblier of those onpoyable bocial "`'"` ;'veiungs i aiýgiven' by) thePolitarlihn Sti r' 'ia f ,Socii ial club'ondF idy ey.en ri:"ng ,tlI..2?nin A;ugust,,m ithe Erest ores H'' Hall.i tAbou'6O:.coules .wei, present " sito? i '?coimng from 'Melboie '' GeeW .. loi aniiil Queensehff, thus::sho wigtbli 4:Irj;iIpopulanity in li- h h1 bls given by the. clhub are 11id. An excellent pro 's',e a fm;.,,,amomof idnces-was x prepared, with i ih ' tllie most fastidious could n'ot h.. ` iav ;oun faulft: Thei otrchliestrai undeir' ', .: 'iiti 'able direction .of Ni" A?.ssioie, was ', 1 ,:all that?=.eouldbdesihede ;The iadies? •ji 8'eiistoed avery "han some applear iee, lilY; ,4 ,'uU.i:oandeiring the' iinaivv 1 handsomne S,:i costumes -worun its ' wola b 'dcult 'ni'iatterato:award 'thetitle of i?He?eto n'm Jhti )5ficrulari?lancing comuiencedu 'b " sg('' The, isupr,wvhwi as s:: cd c '.it h, alf -at st'12,a's pti)0idedý b. Sflp,,l D' aund kr's...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KENSINGTON CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

,i KENSINGTON iCONCERT; ii:Yi~~veiy dsuccessful ';ente talnrncpit. 1n; ' id:' 6f? the; funds,,eof t : 'h Kensiiigton °Public 'Lih ay was given on W4dunes pday':evening in the ai'll ýof that ii~tiit; =.-i# ,2 ;ýtion.? 'bie entertainmee tonscstedof ' sor , ' si?Ws'dances ';reclittions, drolleries;. a'nd featsof ,arms ine tThe:songswere fore) ; an amateur entert ininen;tof an excep ;t -:ii ionlly excellent chaiact, anid ottl i i'tin]iitarvfriends, wlhoiwh ic rha.rcateiitmc , eneosity freely gave then aid, faily 1 , elled tleiiiselv?, Theaudience Rene 4i~t ghlv jhalea ud( tnd"hough .the .pio' i igranimnie.was of a geliet h desc'iption, 'i ai n@* s i ithi the: orb'itest diffiulty that-thes ,chi'thiiran rci1d' iersuade then: t ' iefrain ,.om eucores ihe suordsman;ship of • " , ?? .i" . , i, r}?:, i .' ; ,. . ,? . ;?, i? dl Ilcssr :Molnge Stiod, 'ronme singing ;''-f Sirgeanit M'Donald anSilGniner Raw-. duif.fffiu'd'tlidda ning 'of: SergeaitBir inhii aii"' amid' 1Gunner -Raweliff ,were S ?i...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Hop Bitters are the Purest and Best Bitters ever made. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Hop Bitters 'are the u ' est and Best Bitters ever made 'Thcy are compoundcd fim Hopsm~ 3falt' B iichu ?an drake, l delii old est, ,est, and most:vailuable mediintes nthe woild, and contain-all the best and most u the dreates Blooi £ urifier Livie1tRlegtlaoi aiinlLife and iHealth :.Iestoiin ?Agent: on earthi: No :disefase or ill-hlealth: can possibly l6nt exiist where theseB:ittersi a e iiused, so ?' ried a'd peirfect aie theni opeiations. Tliewgive new -hlife a'd vigor to the abed' "and firm. 'To all whose emplloyment caiuse irreiilaiity:of the bowels or u rinar; or:anis, or who require an appetizer, Tonic ' and: sti mulant; Hop Bitters are invaluable, being highly curative, .tonic and stimulating with-' out intoxicating. Y:pIo matter wbatyour feelings or symptoms .are, iwha the disease o6-ailment nis .use 0Hpp) Bitters, Don 'ti mit uintil you are sick but if, you onilyfeel bai :or ?iiserable use HdiopBit ters. ,;Don't waituniitil you, are' sick butt, if. -you only feel' adoid rnis...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CRUDE NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

rj., ;:. ~, CRUDE ,NOTIONS , B 'Rlaoblerr Lr'- f " " CiOhrIx9TIA takesmrne·to-Ataskain refer It seems stiange t?h}i:lnv w nti, o,??r on that subject arie unworthy ofnotice yet; becimei ndso o fdm:thefact (?)"of their 'i aviin"been i.inspuired byw one:particu-i lairl connected ? w'ithtli: loth.cli ' Tle ilatter; -idea;, reerns) fo ,0 v'ei .nspuered. - Ohistiaii', tai reilyýi Perhaps :i it, will: s hise:hin to lea?i?that h.. is i??lto gether wion ' in isc'culclaition. ani not a : memler:.io t c s neither' wer e m'y ;writting; s i?ispired by any6one- coniiected ' with it : ProbablyI: "may .nothave .expressed:'my. views on clearness.a IWill now do somina very. few woit?t I believe 'tht orgatisation was etablished ,foa specific vwork, viz, reachmg.:;the lJapsed ,asses; honm ?l?e, c'h'rchse; frome some cain e orother,` ,,do not re mach thal iasof as-tilkeeps in tha.t grooie it rghI . r i ftbut wleD-.t ?S' trying to do0the work' which the rchuec are ?dodbiiginl `spite .,dof, protestationsi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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PORT v TWILIGHT (Melbourne). [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

h'e.ahove iatch will bepyed oil the Oval today.... Por tam- BroolkC• Folini '"Allan.-a2 bW nn 2 Tay lo6r Higins ..lra : Jeisen, Davis, Shep.-;, il'lerd Stanifielil, Calhpou,', allace 2, Jelly GihbletteJ'aw iw ' . tank i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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PORTARLINGTON V BELLARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

.Po:.ItOI:IT isGToN v liLLLAINL. ¶F llS aieli' as piaed 1 on the Oval on1 Saturdayx., ]asI'hi tl e ;iesen.'e of about. '200 spectators : t w as a foregone co~i clusiiilio tnt, the 'or'Would Wini,. but the?supporters )of the Bellarite did not think their represeitatives would he so igionoinously defeated. Alpelided is tl.eLresult, ?hich is a sufficient descrip tir bid s, 1 dis a n : lP!it '10 2ois binl 1 i i s ', be= 1ijiprs! !

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE DEPUTATIONS. THE PIER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Ji'tinO, itnvlin (n qý AnTm 1 i~ niid~a t w LQJr';' Oýf Pu!lii. - 1)Ik on ' adne -. aib 1w Meý s s ",, ino iil^' Ii it `a~ -newc ".icli l li n R ponselm.e for 16 1I't1 ,li n~ repheipi that ttemnlur -halI` « ,,bc nelo ýp astl 4yacr ii iiued' cinlefli ,for .ple'auui e piuI poses, 1uo, co' l'1 ý'½`nof} ini thl~iveb'fa :of~h4,h ranv-; apl)llco tionn Fi flsTc;lI1( fitetO. F mou u~~ok ntil} some of. the othcr ;Ti moe nrn " t 'iint i hutns upion "tlicf denatment hall Vee 'shlfil Mr LCvIQI hail trot neg sýJIO( to tel to cep -the iuatti heofoc~ the Jo ,a pJ'artrnentfrd andt?1tendleu f~n thep woruk )'t jedt, itiubin' bit ii 1(9eu'onthie1sti of " the Munitert `of D~encite, hut. ti.t~i le= $ý xa i~had "not .n file any" ieco uumeunla-i *s)rti)I 6 i't #I ditt ri - . !tJ1 ý? `

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Facetiae [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Horsey Men--Veterinary surgeons. A Game of Hazards-; Hazarding a judg ment. ".I feel very deeply :for you," as the diver said when searching for the sunkei treasure. As they passed a gentlema?inii'COllins street, one of whose opticsi was- slightly on. the slanit, a little girl said to her mamma " Ma, that gehtleman has 'got one eye that don't go." .'A young Kansas school teacher travelling east sent the porter 'of the sleeping-car out for at cul' of tea, and when he returned she was dead. It is not known what killed her, but, judging from the usual length of time it takes the porter to do such errands, she probably died from old age. "Is that .a member of !parliament, pa 2" asked a small boy of his parent, pointing to a man who was corkscrewing himself into host Edwards' White Hart Hotel. "1I don't know for certain, my son," said the old gentleman, surveying the zig-zagger; "but he has all the symptoms of being one." At a dinner in a country township, after an agricultural show, a M...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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GRANT TO THE SPORTS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

(rýi.ý1IýT,^, TO' TIiF'yi~rorr IIB: a=+j; _.' nRo mE niiii S''r CLUB.i'r Con ncd]oi Adikns :mentionedT Jat thie, mieetin .of~ithe Sport Ctlub n Wednes,; dasthttlieVtb M'inistei h ]adr ib~en spoken t o 1q t ns'nvi tf1 iidt it 'was clicitell that' £ ;,.ý1'20 ga to be gra n nted` £ny rl t +'l notr ;! 3 erj;;ideci'l ·jcb deb artrn nt ;should !=': rpay .;thee, mone.y, Ni Levien ball pro ' ______________________________ 10 pay.mlc

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

. - irst. by ýi, L ,, .evi ,.~1 ...? s, aske: Th`nt ' eesc'li" -sh"ould bef isup lie SS. axedPo:; i ksoi sý4 iilc evcl -:tik ' ' 6e ct ing?esehi etar y pf at oa pplv lointed out that the main fromi the r i l;ac- ely aink i oreseh ou . G1eelongd aso ,; ?tlieu? ker levels ;at'Geelrng : uani the 'ttl ti ·thet:s te 1 ,L, an lendenhat,.. ithe.scheme, wo ? :ad, reservo ii ri?.iJ Q.I di { Q : Y ;i~ SargoodI sugested~ pthat; the Soeen( afoif ncil should foi m 7r T tiQuei f,} r, 7 , :, T 1Sil i f mver trust, and etart . Pri iI r-Ait fuiTiher suggestion was offer ed , by .. the i-actmgtseietaiy. 'of wate?i supply, :: tl tsteps should ,be t:ilen to ascrtain i:viwbetbers. 1,rtesianr supply of wa: e '`oouldndt' be' obtlaned;; 1 water au\ger 1 be en by the delpartment frpe of 1, _ ?.Thedeputation agreed to conitder the : att er? id in ;.?he m eantinne the actiiing secretary of ater upp is ito fur ish ithglocal council w?th an: ?stiiiitteof the {,`;pr obable co':t i f ?:b6oinr for water arin . ......

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Lay of a Lunatic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

The Lay of a Lunatic. I never waa-I never will, I never would be constant still; Let torrents rain their cloud-kissed brows, And mountains bear away their cows. I never was-I never were I never couldn't have been there ! The fox that warbles on the bough Can never, never, tell you how The velocipede with pensive smart, Has planted turnips on my heart. I never ought--I couldn't, won't, And never must, because I don't I Tear off the mask, and bid the rose The onion's panoply disclose, - And bid the mute, proud hedge-hog howl In faint falsetto, like the owl. I couldn't did-I wouldn't may, I mustli't, shusn't, anyway ! Some lonely gutter let us seek, And take provisions for the week ; Where to our organ's pleasing tones We'll dance can-cans, and mumble bones. I didn't would-I mightn't must But if I was-I should have bust! [Somebody called one day when we were out, and banded this to one of our comps., .with instructions that it was to go in at once by 'order of the Victorian Government....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Almost Persuaded. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Almost Persuaded. Gen. Hartsuffwho itonc tine commanded the Armiy of the ,Ohio, used to tell a good one, of Gen. Manson,. W?hen they were down at the, front Gen. Hairtsnuff secured ten gallons. of fine old whisky. : The morning after; its arrival Gen. Manson rode. up to Hartsuff's tent on official business. " Good morning, General ; dismount," said Hartsuff. ".'Can't do it,', said Manson; "I have to ride my lines." " But I have a pint: of fine 'old whisky, and--" "Hold my' horse, orderly,"' interrupted: Manson, who was in the tent before,the ,sentence could be finished... 'Manson draihk about half the contents of the flask, and,' 1ianding-it'back, said : "Put that away carefully; it is' precious stuff, and the army cannot afford to have it wasted."? "All right. General;, but you' must come back every day until the whole pint is gone." "Count on'my presence,'" said Manson as he mounted his horse, and he kept his wor for the next five or six days. At the end of the six days the pint f...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Cousinly Affection. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Oousinly Affootion, : The parents, relatives, and friends of a .newly-imarried couple had assemibled-in the vestry of the church St. Germain l'Auxerrois in Paris, to congratulate the happy pair. After the parents had kissed the bride, a staid, matronly sort of person approached her, seized both her hands and imprinted a long and tender kiss on her cheek, saying in a voice trembling with emotion : " May you be happy, my dear cousin ! May you be happy !" The bride gazed in mute astonish ment on this affectionate cousin, whom she did not remember having seen before. The latter meanwhile turned to the bride's mother, and pressed her also to her heart. Madame R- was about to reply, but her speech failed her; for at the same moment she felt the " cousin's " hand in herpocket,. containing a purse with 500 francs in notes and 300 francs in gold. Anxious to. avoid a scene in the vestry, she whispered to her husband::. "Follow that woman and give her in charge, she has taken my purse." Mr. Z-...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Outwitting a Widow. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Outwitting a Widow,. The arrest of Charles Monroe at the in stance of Mrs. 'Clarke, of Dodge country, on the charge of assault and battery, has de veloped a romance in which a daughter's at tractions 'won away the allegiance of her mother's betrothed. Monroe had been a visi tor to'the Clarke residence, and was engaged to marry the widow, while his interest in Lula, the daughter, was of that fatherly character such as to make the old ladyrejoice when she thought how happy they would all be in the future. 'This dream of happiness was isuddenly dispelled when the announee ment was:imade, that Charley, and Lula had departed for Eastman, where they hope'd to dispense with the elder lady's presence.; Mrs. Clarke was 'infuriated,;and, hastily procuring a horse and' buggy, made hot pursuit of the guilty couple. The chase lasted through the night, and'the next morning the irate woman reached the place half an hour after the elop ing pair, and just in time 'tostop Charley,' who was starting t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Very Much Hen-pigged. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Very Much Hen-pigged. A man of oar acquaintance, one of the George-Washington type, who can't lie, told us the other day that he knew of a hen out Northcote, who, having lost all her chicks, had taken two young porkers under her wings, and the porkers, barring a short visit to the maternal sow for lacteal sustenance, were perfectly confitent to remain with" the old hen. He said-he could see trouble'ahead for them porkers when they attempted; as they grew older, to try and roost. We told him we saw trouble also if he told us any more about hen porkers, and suggested 'that he should go to the Herald, and he might get five guineas ai lie-no, line-if he worked a par up for a sixth editionz. He'looked at us re proachfully as he departed,, and said-"I suppose you think I'm not telling the truth." We didn't like to hurt his feelings, especially as he weighed fourteen stone; so we told him it might be all right, but we couldn't under stand what an old hen wanted with two in fant pigs. "That...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Combat between Saurian and Shark. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

Combat between Saurian and Shark. SThe Apalachicola, Fla., Tribune describes a combat between a ten-foot man-eater shark and. a seven-foot alligator, at East' Pass the other day. When the shark spied the alli gator, he went for him at a lively rate. The alligator waited on the onslaught with blink ing eyes and open mouth.. Seeing his antago nist prepared for him, the wily shark made only a seeming attempt at attack, and rushed by with increased velocity. When a few feet only intervened, the shark, by a turn known only to this fish, wheeled with lightning rapidity and pounced upon his enemy. Quiok as the movement was it did not succeed. As the saurian and the fish came together, there was a terrible churning of the waters for a moment, and then the shark darted off a few feet, turned once more quickly upon his stomach, and his ponderous jaws closed upon the saurian's middle. There then was a crush ing of bones, and for a second the water was dyed with blood, and then one-half of the ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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FOOTBALL. QUEENSCLIFF V MARCUS HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 August 1884

FOOTBALL.   QUEENSCLIFF v MARCUS HILL. On Thursday a match was played be- tween the Queenscliff and Marcus Hill Clubs, which resulted in a win for the latter by 2 goals 3 behinds to 1 goal 22 behinds. The game was splendidly   contested during the first half, both sides playing well. When half-time was called the game stood -- Marcus Hill, 2 goals to their opponent's nil. After the usual adjournment, the ball was again set rolling. At this time the Queens- cliff considered they were well in it, as they would now have the advantage of the wind, but luck was against them, for with 20 marks right in front and not more than 10 or 12 yards from the Marcus Citadel, they failed to kick more than 1 goal, making only 19 behinds.   D. Millian, T. Boller, Thomas (capt), Harding, Walker, Madden 2, W.   Keddle, J. Hutchens, and Webb, played well from the winners; whilst Dr Iken, Morrison, Mouchemore, Jones,     &am...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mistaking His Intention. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

MIistaking His Intention. Travelling !ii .iis tia' alone not long ago, in going to one of his appqintments, one-ofi our good clergymen overtooka' Aiah~ valkini' with his'~ igeat-'ba iniis haind. The rods ,were muddy, and he was just at that tiii. abonutientering a miry bottom. Withl tie politeness for which heis noted, he asked tlie' pedesgtrin (an etireg strangey)-if he would n6't tae a sea ih the traip, until at least they had cro?iedTh-ie mud and mire. !The itivitat!oiolWas readilya6cepted, sand-the con versation was-free and easy about ithi'nig ordinary, andi general.:. Presently,' however, the clergyman, ,with a view. to make the con versation profitable,, asked the stranger if .e was eady td dies }No lknowing-the char acter of the person who had invited him tto a seat with him, as he was muffled to the chin, and mis'ipprehending his meaning, and!isus-' pecting foul pjlay hie waited not to-reply, but sprang from` the trap immediately, and ramn"for his' life th'rouhi slush aiid ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Emperor's Frolic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

The late `Emperor Nicholas, Autocrat of all the Rtssiae,'the ;iost'!irdofi'ahnded despot of; moderntim'es held one thing.in particular aversion, viz., wealth coupled, with; avarice. He was once ,travelling with a ;great dig om ad often bantered be cause of his-stinginess. 'At ;rlie 6f'thet stages ?the; dairiage had to nndeirg' sundrycrrepairs, and the gentlemen •went forward on foot;, They came to a spot wherdtho road was flobded toa ,conside able'depth-:" i TheEmperor called a 'road labourer and asked him if he would undertake to carry him through the watr.i " ST)WlRy -aot ,:'s aid he lalirerr; vho took thle "monarci od':hig-back and' boveyed him -safely across" ....-. - - - i ..'ii [.: The;Emper6r gave. hiii :'a'l 'biile bfi gold pieces and/whispered -;i. . Si A''<Noi g6inid I fetch! tlieother gentleman, ibut when yduwihave 'got half ·way through the water, stand still! and 'ask' him t how much- he intends to give you." The man:'dias!h'e was told, stood still with his d...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Something Like a Show. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

Something Like a Show. During the last Vienna exhibition a 'trbop of Japanese jugglers attracted far more' at tention than the display of their native art* works and manufactures. They had amaz ingly clever roip' di~ndei anidt t'liublers, mere Iboys someo~f them. But their best performers were all gray headed old men. It.had taken them, a life. time-ofE priatilee o master the difficulties of their special-tricks. One of them began his performance by putting thp palm of his left .band lu'pon a bx x,'.iid after stretching out his legs horizontally in one direction,' and' his hekdai, aiid riight' arm in the other, .he rais?e ,hiinse l:: in"ha wayl. tlat his whole weight was slpported oh the edge of his left hand. Wit?dtever~touchingthegroundwith ,any lother part of his rbody,t hei?ken began to ,turn on,his ,wrist, slowly,, at first, then! more and more quickly, fill his outstietched feet hiled iirdioind' likdbthspokeli of a horizonu tal fly-wheel;, 'The rapidity of his notioris ,was wo...

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