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Concert in St. Augustine's New Schoolroom. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Concert in St. Augustine's New Schoolroom. , Monday evening a grand concert was given at the St. Augustine's New School in Thames-street. We have already commented in a previous issue on the capitararrange ments of the room and, its adaptability as a concert and lecture ball. The performance of Monday night fully verified our remarks on the subject. The room is admirably suited for entertainments of this kind, its acoustic proper ties being excellent, and the thorough ventila tion of the place preventing that close and un pleasant atmosphere, so often inseparable from any large gathering of people. The lighting of the room is also perfect, there being two sun lights crooted by Messrs. Tatham Bros. If the performance, the first ever given in the ii- as a criterion or what is to follow, we may look forward to many pleasant evenings in the new building. The attendance was _ not quite so large as might have been anticipated, but it made up in respectability what it lacked in numbers. Th...

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

AkE^NDER^ seIIing' V ????' '? COTTON. W' LOWDEN £6.,,. ' ' ' ' AOEN^,.. . ' ?: 17 CHANGE AX LEY, PI I T ST .N. SYDNEY. 1 ? ANTHONY HORDERXI -fe SONS ? ? rr ' ! ^ ^ r~- i , ' ^ - ?? ? .% — ! ,-V - ^ j ? 1 ' ; ' ' ( - 1 ' 1 ' 1 ? ? 1 * J ' ' WJ1 J shnrf irmfay ^ J ??»!:.*?! ni:nnr.n^'l .\ ^ | -on r;, ?''? -j1 miiiv.* ' V!'' li 1 ! : ! ' J '* n,'v' | : ' - ,v. t .?:-.?? ..?;!- l \ ' i_ W il ^ I , i i|i » iW— t ; f F( - f M ' * ' ? f I H f. V ?' ; I ?.» r J I f. , _ . , . f. , , f - . ? ^ j ( - . ' ' . ' ' ' ' : [' '1:'V During' the Present Month and prior to our half-yearly stock-taking, on a^l goods, and SENSATION AL BARG;A1&B will be within reaeh of all. ! ? ? /;jpg^ygg-^;MftyG THE PRESENT ri|| if ; M'KS. TOR R, I.Apl KS' WAREHOUSE. MILLINERY, DRESSMAKING; 1 FANCY DUAPERY, UNDERCLOTHING,' CHILD KKN'S Cf-Ol/HfNG. Weston Street, baik/ i-\ ? I SPLENDID YALUjB, itT 12s 4d'' BLANKETS.: |' ,f ?White only lSii Od 'per pair,;,!: j ? Sheetings, WM-W :, and i0Grejr,fl. . White Calico, ...

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BALMAIN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 6, 1885. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

- 'balmain police OOTTKT.N Mondat, July 6,1805. , (Before Mr: Lronol.l ,Yat(-i/ T).8.M.Y J. . M-Kenzie,; on lin.il, ' drunk in Darling street, fined lOs or 48 hours. , Patrick Mallon, drunk in Weston-street, ft ted 10b or 3 days. . W. Booth, drunk in ; Trouton-street. Fined &s, or detained until the rising of the Ojurt. John Dwyer was charged with having in sufficient maans of support. The police gave prisoner a veiy bad character as a companion of thieves and vagabond*. His Worship sen iuuucu oidi io 2 monrns imprisonment witn- hard; later.- - . iThemas. Guion v. W. H. Brown. Mr, G. C. Murdock appeared for the plaintiff. Plaintiff summoned Defendant for assaulting his child, aged 18 months, left with defendant's wife to nurse.-- It appeared from the evidence that the child had been brutally beaten and was black and blue all over. '.. His Worship charac terised tbe asaahlt as a most disgraceful one and fined him $o, with 8s 4d. costs, and £1 Is professional costs, or;4-month...

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The "Glorious Fourth of July." [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

The 'Glorious Fourth of July,' , On the day our last issue appeared, and while_ it was in the hands of our readers, our American neighbours in Sydney and its neigh bourhood, together with members of the Government of New South Wales, and many leading men of the colony, were pleasantly celebrating at Botany the declaration of Ameri can Independence. ' Peace; ;*a earth and good will among' men' seemed on Saturday last the motto or maxim of t,he TCnorliehmot, I Australians and Americans then and there gathered at the festive tables at Smith's Botany Hotel. No doubt, Mr. Griffin, tho American Consul in Sydney, who presided at the banquet, was all radiant with smiles of pleasure and welcome ; Mr, Dalley and Mr. Dibbs were, we know, eloquent on the oc oasion ; and the Union Jack of England and the 'Star Bespangled Banner of America' hung side by side, as if typical of the peace and harmony at present subsisting between 'John Bull 'and ' Brother Jonathan.' But ...wo *? 'O iv mac iyuuk mere...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

FOOTBALL. : ' Tbe Balmain Bicycle Club showed up very well last Saturday at the ;Bugby Union Foot ball Sports, j. M, Macdonald taking first prize, and F. Peers. second, iu the Three Mile Handicap, and McDonald after a splendid race also getting the second place in the One Mile Handicap. ; ; ' ^ A match was played on Saturday last, July 4th, ?, between the Balmain,' -. Nelson, - and English Clnbs. After'a fast game: the: match resulted in a win for the Nelsons, by two points to. nil. ' The members of the Football Club have played six games this season' to date; l and won 3, lost 2, and drawn 1. * ' - - . It is almost unnecessary to remind our readers that the Balmain and Burwood Bicycle Clubs hold their annual sports next Satnirday, on the Association Cricket Ground. Entries must be in by 9 o'clock to-night. Some, really good prizes are to be offered, and con sidering the large number of tickets sold in Balmain alone there is sure to be a large attendance.

Publication Title: Balmain Observer And Western Suburbs Advertiser
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th, 1885. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.M.S.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

..Wednesday, July 8th, 1885. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates, D.M.S.) Patriek Reynolds, a boy 13 vcars of age, was charged with wandering about the streets with no ostensible means of support. The boy's father had on several previous occasions been compelled to bring him before the Court, and te now asked that he might be sent on board the Vernon; Order made accordingly, Joseph Nelson, drunk in Waterloo-street, 'lined lOs or 48 hoars. John Neary was uharged with disobeying a summons for unlawfully assaulting Ann Crosby, in 1883. He was discharged on the warrant, and was then charged with the as sault. The case having occurred 18 months ago, the prosecutrix agreed to withdraw the charge. The prisoner was then charged with damaging property beloneine to the com plainant of the value of 10s. He pleaded guilty. To give him an opportunity of paying for the damage, 10s. and 10s. lOd. costs, his worship adjourned the case for a fort night. Edward Clarke was fined 20s. and Gi. 8d. costs, or 7 day...

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Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Good Templary. The fifth anniversary tea meeting and concert in connection with the ' We hope to. Prosper' Lodge of Good Templars was held at the St. Thomas's schoolroom on Thursday evening last, : The edibles were purchased from Messrs. Liddiard Bros, and gave every satisfaction. The attendance at the concert was an unusually large one^and the performance of a most successful character. Before the concert commenced, the Chairman, Mr. N. Dismorr, G.W.M., addressed the audience on the subject of Temperance. In a few well-chosen sentences, he advocated the oause of the lodge and cordially invited those present to become' members of it. Miss Keats then played a pianoforte selection, ' The Fairie Queen-' galop. Mrs. Sterry sang ' Many happy returns of the day' and ' Yester day,' the latter being her most successful effort. Mr. Stewart excited considerable amusement by hie rendering of ' The Hamilton Militia.' The Misses Andrews sang ' When will the birds come back' very prettily, and in...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Sporting. J Secretaries of rowing, bioytlo, bowling, football, nnd cricket clubs nro requested to send in reports of matches for publication in this column not later tli&n Wednesday.

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FRIDAY, JULY 10TH. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates. D.S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Friday, July 10th. (Before Mr. Leopold Yates. D.S.M.} William Symons, on behalf of Matilda Symons, summoned Martin Dettleton for neglecting to quit premises after the receipt of due notice. The case was dismissed in conse quence of informality of summons. Fresh sum monses to issue. John Neary was summoned by Ann Sweeny for a similar offence. Warrant of ejectment to issue; uiarles Frederick Newcombe was summoned bv his landlord, James Coleman, for clandes tinely removing furniture and effects, value £5, with a view to preventing the said landlord from levying to recover for rent. This case was ad journed from last week to allow the defendant some opportunity of making ah arrangement. It appeared from the evidence that whenaBked for the rent defendant said that he was earning no money ana, tnerecore, couldn t pay. He was working for the Lord. His Worship, after hear ing the evidence, dismissed the information. Alexander Martin Milne summoned Christo pher Grimsen for unlawfully detaini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

at*&C?AL ADVERT1SEME N T&. I - t--; Advertisements' andOrders for ?i ' ?K^'i received , by . the. following .-Niws ' ' A Agents, ,'rom .whom all the Daily and nv ®®JP?F8 ,naay.b.ip obtained ? ' ' BALMAIN EAST:' . — ? -O.E. WALKER, ; B*lmain'Ea8tern jNeW8iAgen6y, i , ( ?; (Opposite Post Office.) p^r n. BALMAIN WEST : SAMUEL BARTER, » #**«*' TBaJttain Western News Agency, , | ' «t'- v C-Pppppi^8 Bellevue House.) ' i ' ,V'. oentr^,'balma;in:'. ! ::jOseph cappgan,; j .??s.''J'ja'Oentrk1'Baln)Mri 'Newir 'Ageriiy, i ! ssi . officeat 'i' . ) | . , i y '? : SC.OLES' j ? Watchmaker, j -^rjii'XrA (N.Wt^ew Bank; Building)} i !ri! j v - s t 4 ' ; Darling-street., t ; f j 'RICHMOND, Evans-street. BARKER, Erskine-street. medical.: /? \ ? T GORDON DAVIDSON, ;M.D., Surj»nn Ju.\'.'(fbnrieHy of Goulburri), has succeeded. DrT'JoheB in the practice of bis profession' at Balmain, and may be consnlted daily at his residence Llanayron; Booth and Darvall-etrcets, ~ opposite Pigeon Ground (l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

^wwrBR0s:rcsiBBME.i0iisr ^ „? ft. iv miti ??'-?.; inn N- '.CO'!-'.. .'-.,. I^l.' . *° ... CO '?'£ m J -fj . g'S ii s , r* a* f 1 0 ^ Vii & | 03 9 v iS1® '3 .; 9 .,-.,:i^Q3''-' Erf' tti O J 5 - £ = £ :::£ p-pq Jjs 5 i » s a ^ BJ * I * p o ^ § I ' tt 0 L~J ; . '' y*.'- ^ I 3 ? -? i &-S5; .. y.-.'. Q «s ; -? ; $ , ,,:... ? - ... . ANDREWS BROS .Clothiers, Balmain West . -'?'I . ??;?? ?;?'; ?; — :' . ' ' J. iw. Cun ningham &.Go.' . ....'. (Late Balmiiiri , Fuel Compnny), ^ WOOD & GOAL M RCHANTS, ? r ADOLPHUS STREET, BALMAIN; 1 ORDERS left' at Henderson's Grocer ; J;, i-; Gearon's; - Batcher, .Dnrlirie-street; and, ? ? E. Kelly's Grocer, Corner of Cameron and. ? Rountree-streets, puhotually attended to.1 - ?; ? 0. y::;; ,:;p^NT.,and. ross,-: .J ^ ! ' \ V( ) QD' A; N liCQA L M ERCHANTS, ?? Foot 'of, -REYNOLDS STREET^ I Balmain. All Orders punctually attended to. ,.: ? ' THE NATIONAL ; PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND AND 'INVESTMENT: SOCIETY. : ' Offices V.38 PARK ...

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WEST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

irM BALMAIIT. 8*. Tboios', Church of England— -J Morning, 11, Rot. Gio. Brown, of Pennth .. .. ? Evening, .7, .. „ ? St. Jooiv's, Chnrch of England (Btrcfagrove raad^— ?\r r - ~r ' t . j-Morning, 11, Hiv, E..J, (Hardee ; /li'i jEvaneong 7;S0;. i ' ,, „ St. Jobshi's. Borann Catholic — ? ? '~Maai,Bsnd lO, Father T.'O'lteill; - , ; , . I „ Sr.' Pitn-'n, Preabytenari— ? ? ^ -.'Morning, 'llj Hit. Geo. Oriaam, X.A. . ? , 'Evening, 7. ? „ ,. j Subject : ' Kvprla-ting Fnniahment, and - -- the Mtwry of (he Loit.' WUMTMTCnvitcii f Montngne atreati— ? Morning, 11, Bey. F. B. Flateher, M. A. Rvr nint', 7 i B't. R, Caldwell VlKRil Cncncn (Cul'nn Park)— ' ! Evening; 7.' Mr. W. L. Dnah Evening 7, Her. F. E. Fletcher, M.A! BAfTisT CuoacH (Mullens street)— Morning, II, Rev. J. J. GIauop Evening, 7, „ PmiHiTiva Mbtbodist Ckdrob— Montteg, It. Mr. Strcngfellow Evening, 7, Rev. ,J, Penman Ministers or ohuroh officers are especially raqneatetf to send any corrections Tor tho above list on Thursday in eac...

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Church Services for To-Morrow EAST BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 11 July 1885

Church Services for To-Morrow BA8T BALMAItf. St. Mart's, Church of England— Morning, ;11, Rtrr. K. Arthdkll, l(.l, KTenini,'-7, . n - '? ' I 8t. AoQcsTiHm's/Roman Ostholio— 'r. ; I Mass, 7.30 and 11 a.m., Father Carroll i ▼open, 7, i ]„ FusBxnBixir Onuaca,' Campbell atnek— Morning, lUBov J. Oo«h, M.A. 1 Erening, 1, „ „ CaKoaxoiTioiTAL Obuiok— Morningll, R«t. A. Q. BVy Evening, 7. „ „ W«Bt*riIf Csuaoa. Darling-straet— Morning, II, Rot. B. Caldwell Brening, 7, Mr. W. L. Daah

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 July 1885

THE NATIONAL PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND AKD INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Offices : 38 PARK STREET. Contributing Shares can be taken at any time* FEES ONE SHILLING Per Share. PAID UP SHARES £20 EACH. 11 per cent. INTEREST and PROFITS Has been paid for 7 consecutive years. A Limited Number of Shares are being issued at JE5 premium, FIXED DETOSIT received at following rates viz.:— .'- .... 12 Months ? ? ... ,. ;0 per cent, 6 ?? . ? ? ? 5 ,1 ; ' .lUcnll, ns arranged. Special arrangements for- larger sums. ' '. ...TAMES A. TODD, Manager;1 ; FUNERALS. ,, . J. ' 3VE -A- 2S: -W- S L X, .- ' BEGS-to inform the inhabitants of Balmain nnd surrounding districts that lie lias commenced Business ns ' UNDERTAKER', ; And having for veal's past, acted ns Malinger for the. lending Funeral - Establishments of Sydniy, tlie public may rest assured thnt all Funerals entrusted to hinrwill be conducted in tho most respectable mid satisfactory; manner. J. MAXWELL. UNDERTAEEB, DtirllnR-street, Bolmuln, : Opposite Unity...

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The Bad and Worthless [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 July 1885

The Bad and Worthless are never imitated, or counterfeited. This is | especially trae of a family medicine, and it is positive proof that the remedy imitated is of the highest yalae. As soon as it had been tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on earth, many imitations spiung up and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of the conntry bad expressed the merits of H.B., and in every way trying to indacesafferinginvalids to use this stuff instead, expecting to make money on the crcdit and good name of H.B. Many have started nostrums pnt tip in similiar style to H. B., with variously devised names in which the ? word ' Hop' or ' Hops' were used in a way to inducc people to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters. All sach pretended re medies or cures, no matter what their style of name is, a n:l especially those with the word ' Hop' or ?' Hops' in tlisir name or in any way connected with them...

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The Story Teller. A TALE OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 July 1885

1 ^ The Stoiy Teller. A TALE OP THE SEA. ? We woro sitting ono snnnymorningon tlio osjllnnudo nt Woynumth, niy dear - old . iiiond C'olonol Runisay and I, ?watching -witli interest tlio movements of nil un usuitlly- lurgo vessel at somo distance from tho ^Innd. Accustomed to see vessels of nil sizes and builds, I knew at onco that slio was no moro merchantman ; and for some timo, as she approached little by little, and showed a lofty side and a, forest of spars, both the Colonel and I -woro inclined to think hor a .largo ironclad, probably de taeliod from the Channel licet. 35ut as her distanco lessened, and -wo saw that lier lofty sides ?were .painted white, una ?were scored along tlieir -Nvliole length -witli small square ports, we know that slio was one of those great Indian troopships employed by the ?Admirality for tho sjx;eial purpose of carry ing our soldiers in safety and comfort to or from our Eastern dependency. Pre sently she rounded the breakwater, headed for the anchora...

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Poetry. THE GIRDLE OF FRIENDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 July 1885

Poetry, r : THE GIRDLE OF FRIENDSHIP. .She gathered at hor slender waist - Thc beauteous rolw she wore : I ts folds a golden licit enibraccd, One rose-hticd gem it lH)re. Tiie'girdlo shrank ; its lessening round ' Still kept the shining gem, '? But now, her flowing locks it bound, - ... .. ' A lustrous diadem. And narrower sua tnc circiei grew ; Beliold ! a glittering band. . Its roseate diamond set anew. Her neck's white column spanned. Suns rise and set ; thc straining claps ' The !-h riencd links f.sist. Yet flashes in a-'bracelet's grasp , ,, Thc diamond, on lier wrist.'; 7 At length, the' round, of changes past ^ TJie.thciving years could bring, ; . , , , ' The jewel, glittering to tlie,last, ; , Htill sparkles' in a ring, . . ? . - ' So. l'nk l.y link, o ir friendships part, (jo loosen, break, and fall,, ,, , A narrowing zinie ; the loving heart ' , , J i/esl changeless through them all. . i.-i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 July 1885

W. SCOLES, (From Dolaruc, Sydney,) Practical Watchmaker & Jeweller, BEGS to inform the' BALMAIN' residents that lic.has received a lnr^c consignment of Jewellery, ctc.. Latest Novelties, nnd is offering them nt Absurdly Low I'riecj. Watches and Olcoks Gleaned and, Repaired on the Shortest Notice. Note tiie address — Darling Street, Opposite Unity Hall Hotil, near Mori- (treat- ? ' Balmain Observer' sold. E, HATTON, ; Produce ^4iercla.aiiit AND ? ' THA DEALEa, ' i)AnLiKG-STHEET, West. ' : BEST brands of'Buttcr,Chec-c, nnd Bacon, always in stock. .' Family Orders respect fully solicited and delivered at . the Lowest Cash Price. Levey & Scotting, WOOD & COAL MERCHANTS, Boo-rii-sr., Bamaix East, Noxt to Fire Brigade Station. ALL Orders forwarded to J. Matthews, corner of Covc-stroet and Birchgrovc road : Liddiard Pros., linkers. Darling-road ; Harris, Rowntree-streot ; H. Short, Butcher. ?Philjip-strcet ; G. Douglas. Grocer, Darling street, Enst ; Mr. Smith, Groc...

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IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 July 1885

IMPROVEMENTS. Just twelve months ago wo annonnced to our roaders jthht wo wore 'pbout jo cbango tho namo of this journal to tho ' Observer,' 'and, witb tho chnngo of namc, caino an alter ation of tbo base of oporation-', ina.sniu'cb ns, ?from a cmere district' papor; it was mudo tho local journal, with its ofRco in BalmainVa local editor, manager, and staff ; ^its aim boing to give a condcnsod idea of tho doings' in connection1.^ ith Balmain and surrounding district institutions, and report ovory thing having n ? local intorost; ? ' Our project, carried but so far as circumstances would allow,! Has, ? wo . »ro -pleased to bo able to state, boon fully npprcciat-id by -tho public, as ovidcnced bjr the great incrcaso of our circulation (ovor 1200 during tho year), nnd a steady improvomont'still going on. Thd heavy oxpondituro in connection ?with tho publication of a newspaper, how evor, prochided us from carrying tho pro gramme Out in its entirety last year, ??viz., the actual printing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser — 18 July 1885

A LEXANDER'S | COTTON. W. LOWDEN & CO., , AGENTS, 17 CHANGE ALLEY, PITT ST. N. ? * SYDNEY. . ANNTHONlf HORDERN AND SONS, PJLLiACE HATMARKET (ON LY) | During the Present Month prior to our half-yearly Stock- ! taking, on the 31st instant, there will be SWEEPING j; REDUCTIONS in the prices of all goods, and SENSATIONAL | BARGAINS will be within the reach of all, j f

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