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DIPTHERIA [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

iHPTHKRIA Diptheria has again nude its ap pearand: ia Una district, and tho LanJflboi'oii(.;h school lias been closed in consequence of an outbreak. A suspicion!) cast: 1ms coniu into the Ararat hoiuntal hospital from Crow iiiuilo, and is now under observation.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISASTROUS BUSH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

DISASTKOUS BUSH FIRI-;. On Tuesday evening last a most disastrous busti hiu bioko oul in the Willaura district, it befU alleged thai it was camey llirou: h lightning. As it was thought the :i a was merely the binning of e.iu-blf, wry few people turned out to the son^ of operation's, at Greenvale. . lli E Gellei t lost about- 50 acres of grass, and Mr B. Loader u similar amount, together wiiti a little fi^cing, '('ho wind (it'sheiiino qt> on Wcunesiiuv rooming, thu lire i-preacl Will'. g'lVui iapKii:_v, ami entered a paddock on wuicu thete was a house uwued by Mr Philip, and i> was only ufu r a deepoiultf fight that the House was saved. ^ byut 200 acres of grass, to gether with fencing, was destroyed ibere, A.bout 180, acres of grass aiicl flpiiit: fencing <vas destroyed on the Ctreenvalc listati-, The iiro then enteieda portion of the Naimpuino lap Estate, ami burnt 2000 acrea of grain and anme fencing. It woo pull-d up at Halfway Gully through a fallowed strip ol g...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAY SMASH Other Accidents Compared. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

THE RAILWAY SMASH I Othor Acoidouts Compared. tn couneutiou wi'Lt tU» rccjnt torriblu railway collision at Kxetw, w'horein 14 were killed ami 20 in jured, ili-i following tub'.c *hows othfr big railway smashes nuil at tendant deaths and number of per sons injured in Vicioii.i ;md New South Wales, will b» of iu'erent; — Victoria WimUnr, Uth M.iy, 1867—Sis kill'd, 2-t7 njared, Iluwtliorii, 2nd Deci inbir, 1882 One lulled, 178 irjured. Joliinoi)', .'JO li Angus', 18S1 — I'our killed. Litth River- -Tlireo killed, tii in jured. Sunsbinn. 20 h April, 1008 — Fury tour tilled, -12t> injur.d. Kiolimond, 18 h July, 3!' 10—JTino killed, 114- injured. New South NVai.k l'eai's Furry, 2lst .Time, 1S87— Six killed, 70 injured. Ciiotamundra, Auuiveic.uy J')iv, 1885—Seven killed. Redfern, 1895—Thirteen killed.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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ACCIDENTLY SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

ACCIDENTLY SHOT. Jas. WhittaUer, son of the manager | of the Mount Emu Estate, whs the victim of n shooting accident in a very Bimple manner on VVedne»Jay I afternoon. lie, together with bis faiher and a atation employee n.atoeJ Chas Gardiner, were shooting rabbits iilon# the creok near Langi Willi. Young WhitUker sat down for a spell resting the butt end of the gunn on a t-mooth stone. The gun ulipped awuy t.om him and exdloded, and tne charge ot ilie olio wont through left; arm above the elbow, making a hole through which a couple of lingers could be pasted. Koriuuately, no important u'rtejies were Beyered. The injured youth were taken to he Langi Willii hirnw stead, and thi- n 0 iigar. Mr F. Fuuh ton, had linn clnveq to Nurse Osborne's privmp hurpnul at Skipion, Where the wound was subsequently treated by Dr lUnctt. it ih not anticipated tbui Whittaker will suffer any peunanent disablement.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE AQU[?] CARNIVAL. Profit of £61 [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

I THE AQU JC GmVAL. Profit of /TGI The following stil.'iu'iif, prepared •by Mr Don Still' (n<;cr«tary; ia con naotion with the Aqutitie (Jarnival •will bs presented at a meeting ol the committee to-:iiglu. As will be seen by the Btatuuient the carnival '$vjs a qualified success, the profit amount ing to £01 Oa 10J, 1 l^coip'M i £ 8 d GitfO »i a 6 Picture show U 4 0 Doiulioua ... .. 12 8 0 litditjo K tU Glab ., 8 11 G Sale of Tickets 8 12 G -Tearooms 3 18 !> Frail and.lolly stall 1 13 H Fiab l'ood 1 11 V Eotty fcsa 1 9 0 Soft drinks 7 6 Advlson programme 3 0 0 £85 19 11 Exjiunduuro Picture show 4 3 G Material and lib^r _ 8 14 t Cartage ... ... , .. i ;s G Printing and Advscliaing .. 4 14 G Trophy 8 6 Boatbire 5 0 I'aeb pnz«i .. .. 10 0 0 XaoidemM .. 10 0 UaUnoo in bank 61 0 10 £65 19 U

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contemporaries. FATAL FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips Irom our Contempor aries FATAL PALtj. Edward Aik, ag. d 20 year*, son ! of Mr and Mrs Aik, of Casey street, ' Marybrro'g i, was killed on Thurs day aftoinjon w--k. He arrived from Melbourne'at the beginning of the week and was to oummence work yesterday. While riding a spirited horse th'> animal reared up I by the bywash from the lowt-r j reservoir, into which ii fell back- j wards to a depth ol six ■ r eoven fee', - and railed on th» nnturtunaie rider | who had his skull smashed in, The 'the body was removed to the Morgue, and at an inquest held on Friday a verdict of accidental death WdB recorded.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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SPORTING NEWS Croquet MRS AITKEN'S TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

SPORTING mm Croquec 'MHS AITKEN'S TRUPuY. The oorop ti'ion for tbo nbovo trophy etill contiDoes to canto * Rroit riml of in Isreoi in croqne; oirolep. fiognaa resulti ] ■»ta-,aa f j'lowa— I A Divibiod. 2 id Houcd. Mm Dtvies be*t Mtaj Anderson 'Alia' MUiviea hstt Mrs Rutherford Hias D Mitobe'l bE&t Mra A Ii-irkan B Division. 2nd round. Mrs t'orehaw boil. Mibs Doyle i&lien A. Mnrt boat Mrs Treoeroyo Miao Biiuea beat Mrs Hamilton (Ehofollowing Uciaa will giva le» next 'Ibur«diy-M«Bdatm8 Bell, OmdbIod, An dordoo an 4 tbe Mibboi Ambouy, Oremr *nd Birnep. ]

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

PfcRSOMAl. Iu the current i&su« of Dun's Gjzuttc, the following appear under the heading of wills lodged for pro bate :--Thorm8 Hutching?, "Smwell" Euroa, medical practitioner, £5181; James Nelson .I m- 0, Aiamt, £18,335 Mr J. ilohncton, of the Post Hint Telegraph stall', commcnc-s his an nual leave to-day. Mr V. P. Kaane ef Melbourne is flicvintf. Mr Kt-ann Wis attached to (lie S uvvell office a few years ago as operator. At the confHvnn" of ih» I O.R„ held in Baliaiat lust week, Bro J Johnston, of Hftste to Roscu^ Tent, Stawell, was Hlectf-.rt istrio: Super intendent of Junior Tents. He will supervise junior tHnis over all Vic toria. The will of the late Mr Matthew Baker, of Ararat, lus been lotlgea for probate at £5160.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

CricKet Xno Ueeen'a uroaK o icKeura will vieu B'&well on Bimrday, wbon tbey will play luu ob w.th JLUiU&ya oa Central Park. Tbe visitors expect to master » ttroDg tetm, and a gooi game shonld result.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STAWELL ATHLETIC CLUB. HANDICAPS FOR EASTER CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

iTAWELL ATHLETIC LhUB, handicaps for e/sifr carnival. " lhe rollowinK is ;l ]Ut f handicaps in uonnfciioii will, il fortlicoming livtitr Carnival:-. c EASTKU (HPT Ot £120. I'frst, £80, 2nd £2t CIO ; 4tb. £>, 130 v JP, ' '• H O-.tor E, Mnlb=utno ,d,J lUWi-y W, Winusor " ' IVYlnO )> 11, 8Uttr.ll J, 1'iiuhWaulu " ®; Grow X.I, Mnlvoru " 3 Al.iccrt. N W, FuUMriw " „ IXnihi ft, U.lb-ii.nii) " Cooloy L II, lltib.ri, Tia " „ Writm i: ,s M. Jv.iHinRtoa An.lr.,»» H. Sy.,,,vj. .. , f Aron,Ji« K, lWi,,v..n G*nriif K A, North iMelboaciw iq} P*»K" ISohnoa 1 G II, Kynbrftm " J Wooaoraon T it White I? U% Hrok'n UM.S'3 W D'CRhOfU .1, B"hUtU| _ Baner ,1 .1, Winder " i.. Mtipiiu 8 S, I'mi AMboaroa" n\ hobinson W, Maidon , j2* flirting H, Oulion "j j* BukorA..), Woolonnfl&bbi (V io Dunn W W. OarUon ' }j FUak Q L, KohncR 'ti J2 Fiahwr I U Bockom, N.B.W.' i-> OvbUard; t) U, ProBpect, g A .Maorwum-.y T H, Kardioj>, SA 12 Stanley w i\% I'mhrao ,4 p Smolatr li A. I'arltou ,* m Bymmondo H...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

Uoursiu^. Several eathaeiastio mornberg of tbe | dtawell CooreiDK Glob journeyed 10 B»n-i yena on S*turd«y and scoured 20 hare?, wbicb were af orwarda roloaaed At tbe i Btawoll plamptoa ' Assistance waa sivao j by Ck Dombec of aporbojsq from tlio Mar- I noo diBtriot. I

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

LADIES Ladieu wliono health la causing Ibem any QtixiH v aro pi ron^ly ci<iviced 10 conau'H Mr« }J. M, OlifVord, Bup'>rinlondonl of ftba Hotur& IJaoilh Co, of Jl) DJii^bcih Glreof, RUjboacno, unci loaru from Ucr hov/Roud honlfh raay bo rcn 3rcd to thi«m by tf}nnrj ot Iho wowrti'iful Nuluw* Homo Tiv^ipont, 111?,6 ban cured on many ihouc.'iudo of v/omoil und No olmi|;u \vhs«,0V('r ia madu foe Urn oontfuhriti.iri or ..rivioa. IMi. j Mn Clifford will in fiituru vii-H siaivuU ihj ' third Tu'.-nduy in ever; month, when cho may b'1 iK'tMi i»t tb*>'lov.n Hall IJotcl isc:a 10 u in. to 7.30 p.m, Thu wit vyM will liilto plauo on 17ih Mnroh. Vov the con vumouco of nrnl oUuiru LHo Clifford will uc,rry n full nnpply of till mcdlolncu. By conditio :rl poiitayo to tbo Compauy'o Molbrui'aa ofiieo, ft Ya:ii»blo hcnlt|V {{Uido for woYjvm will bs yen ted freo. Addra s dDjmttg^ A.IT,

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

i<*>rk«n broa mun_ bros. GeLerai and Government SALESMEN Land, Finance and Commission Agents, J. A. LARKAN (Auctioneer). Sworn Valuer under tho Transfer of Lands St?.iuto. AaatiOQ Sales Conducted loiany Part of tbo Distn t. Loans Effected a' L.toest R.ite* Large Sums now Auai table DI3TRIUT AGENTS FOK Australian Mntnel Provident Sosieiy. Cnrfttor for the E-ii^a of Daoeaeed paaoDP. Norwioh Union Fire Office, Ordinary Bid H ? BtccK Kiakp. Vio»orift Iosoranoe romp»oy. BaiUrat Banking Company The TrofUeea Exeootora and Ag-'coy Co> lit* (the Oldest aod Largest t raaleo Com p vny in (he Oommonw.'Alt^) Forteaoao and Sora I.X.L. Poiaoo Ca't O?own Separators The Aoaralaeian Mercantile L*nd and Finaooo Uompaav L>*. (Wool aod Grain) Der.nva L«o*fieB L'«s (ulolor Dopart msDt) Yoong Broa mm Bum,. —AUCTIONEER?.— STOCK AHOSSIATWH AGEKlS tiead Oi flees—Horsham, Hamil ton, and Nhlll. BRANDS OFFICES—Oi.oiierton, Terang, &crtoa, Rlinyip, Warracknabpal, Benlah, panynp, Dimbo...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

THIS PXji^OE STANDS aHOiTflER TO SHOULDER WITH YOUR AhTS. V?E BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PXjiiMsE YOU. rh»a boon ajknowludBod tor ovnr yaai b by all who hnvo viiiHnd our Factory mid Show Roomo that wbon an Btilola o aaaoaol morib or oat of itio inarj ran ia wnntod, tho plaoo to pra-ato ii la at 3HIRR135?F BROS Bhoald it be * vlu|a!o tor bnsinona noD, or nu Abbot n««y toe ooso and oomtoei, wo ana supply ii. ' »®onM » Be » THE QUALITY IS H1QHT ! THE PRICE kf-ftSOKflBLE I AND THE OtSlfiB PERFECT B!AK»R3« *» tb-3 Shows,,. . TYERS OUT, 4o„ VERV M(TOL;KAT.1J H&SSS, Bugeios i»nd CtUor Vehicles buils to orclor. Vohiolou aapairod, So-paintod aadlSs-trlmmod. 3?B»ID]VJ I EB COACH PACTOET1 EBlobliBhoa 1850.] CORNER Ol' WIMMRRA &. SOALLAN ST3., STAWELL. [Established 188g. HORSES CAREFULLY AND SKILFULLY KMOD BY EXP13lUM<OED WORKMEN, ShlPpf* 3BST. S3)- I NO RJ)DEUT 8C HKR h I, 0 Y V IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS. DIRECT 8TKAMER8 to ENGLAND Sod the CONTINENT ottlllug Adolal...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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DISTRICT SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

DISTRICr SHOW FIXIURES. Natimnk, 10 h or 17th Sept, K'jpnnyup 18th Sept. H'jrQbam, Orobcr 1 and 2 ujinvin, 6c (obrr G. Iihill, Ociob-r 7. iVftrraokiiabp.al, October Ja Ceulali, Ojifcber 1U Uimboola, Ootob r M. Hopetomij October 10. > fctwtli, October lti. Jcp*ri', October 20, Martoa, October 21. Kalnbow, October 23.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

vih£ -SiitlueU i.ieius AND pHsRuant i$,v$e& (SirwiU'U TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1014. A» the local coart yesterday morning, faafore Mesars G ilabr ko and G ftiitoboll, J'a.P., two parents—A J Btibb and Pit rick J Calender—were eaoh fined £1 for I failiog to b&ve tbeir children vacoioiUd* Bo;b obj xLed on oooecientioua gronn'df. F«ir breaches for tbe Truiccy Act Hntreif Morgan, Joseph Fioldicg aod David Well' Were each lined 2?. All threo were fir?$ Off jfl'iers, A mild aensaiion wag oaased in ao oM iyiaj4 * eoburb" of S awe i Uet uetk, par- i tioalara of which h ve juat leaked on\ I> apptara an orchard employe arovafjc the mail and eiabled tho borse &ud trap and then diaippo4red eudduii-y. H»a non-*p pairniRti at tb^ fciivo board aaneel 83033 uooGsmess on the part of hie employer^ bo) all eoqainoa proved ubsoln ely frail 1q48. Afur oonsnla-iou, i: whs decided to 'nl9 View -,ln neighbour-*, which «>coupijd aitrl Weil oo pstt midnight, trbeo all effjftj wera Riv...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

THEY SAY. That a local siuglo scribe waB seen at the wash tub last week, washing lib colored hose, 'handker chiefs, etc. Now then girls, get a move on. "What a lovely chance ! That at las! oiih on attack the bu'ter with a knife ins'cad of a .tea spoon—FOinething to bo thankful for, at any rate. That wedding bolls will be ring ing next week—somewhere about the 25th ins', we fancy. There are also tumors of similar events to fol low. Everybody's doin' it. That wo bear the Tango Is to make its appearance in Stawell this dancing season, Help ! That sundry ratepayers are con templating a petition for a munici pal dustman. Intending applioints are advised to gei in eatly to avoid j the crush. The framing of the petition has been entrusted to Mr T s \V a, who has made out a cough draught as follows • O, listen, noble councillors, Ye men so good and just ; We want a borough scavenger To take away Ihe dust. He need'nt be pood looking If his thews are strong as iron ; But juat a tnati of might...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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POMONA APPLE CROP. A Transporation Problem. Shortage of Cool Trucks [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

POMONA APPLt CROP A Trftiiaporation Problom. Shortage of uool Trixoka 'I'lio orcharding of Pomona iind Uisuiet ate tt\r horn natialuui with the 'acilities ,.11'nueii by the Rail way Di'puim.'iU tortho tranaporu tion of Ituit to Melbourne. They havo no complaint to make againB. .hoed in charge at the Mawoll motion, and recognise thai tne tauli lion at ln'iij quarters in nut providing But' ficieut ooul triichi to carry cvou a tub • of lilt.' trade. Tli- ({rowera am certainly not get nig lair treatment. At prudent they ate obliged to send tlio creator pjr lion of (bcir liuit to Melb.iurne iu t' ticks winob am merely eovered over wnh a turpiiulin, .ill rding little or no protcetion iiom tbw h«o of lie hum. Th.' cttaeB olton remain -J 8 hours or more before ibey teach ihe ship's hold, with the re suit ill at ihc liuit iu not in n lit con dition 10 si an J (he long voyage lo Europe. This is particularly hard on ihe producors, wlio put themselves to a gieat deal of trouble to eoe that thei...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING MANAGER'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING MANAGER'S HEPORTB. tiloiDtemd Rootobm no Cc-~920ft leva), Have buJcd throogb Lhe| diamond drill stop ; avuraaa width of miMog ore 12 feot, 1000ft level north —Rising to oonneot with 920ft leve! ; average width of cnii:in«j ore 10ft 1000 feet level south extended 18ft ; (aoe of drive now in heav.ly mineralised formation of promising uppearauoa Com pletion ol tho lira: 10 head nection of kbo mill baa been delayed, through material not coming forward ; expect to have it ready to fiart milling at tho end of this month. Dig Hill Coolral Go llave fiaichud ore obqte to 160ft level in shaf1 No 1 B ; mak ing preparation to open oat at 75ft level in shaft No 1 &. Overwhelming sljcooe plant fftid ba'isry.

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STAWELL TRADERS' ASSOCIATION. Review of Year's Work. "Good Work and Harmony." [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 17 March 1914

ST Well TRADERS' ASSOCIA TION. Review of Year's Work. ' Good Work and Harmony." The niombsrei of ilie Slnwell .linl UiBtric' Traders'Associ:ui"ii have t>> COtlRr.Vuln'C tlinuiS' lvtF oil the goo<l work ihey have accomplish!::! I'nr tliL-community, a lau which will lie bniuu »ul t»y ;i pi'tusul of tii- auuuitl report unci bul.itiCrt nhect. wliiuh ap pear heluw .— Coosctti 6 ReL'OIU. ' It in oar pioaanm duly, no en pnnr on cawaiana, L) d atv ML ntion to Iho con tinued k'"Chi work dono fur members by th< Aoiooiaiion, m\cs thn Inrutonioiw (tutinc diaplaiod At tbfi mpctii'fju. Wo irudt ibir kimt/y fccliOR will ojnfiuuo. Solicitor'a report—Th<* folioitor'j an Oftl rouorl shows ihs»t £133 11h baa b»en ool | looted during ths year uuri paici to mem ber?, We may Uiriy olrtim tb«t wore ii net lor the Aseooiatioti, muob of ibta money w. Qld be lost >o traders. Holidays—Wa havo much tlensuro in teB'.ifylog to thii loyal'y of member# ir closing on tbu ho...

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