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The Gun. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

The Gun. The Lancefield Gun Club had a very successful shoot on Mon day, there being a large number of visitors present, who were en tertained- ot lunch at the Com mercial Hotel. Results tira1 Sweep of 4 Birds-Divided betwee.i T. Connors, F, Olarko, G, I. Tuna, J. M. Bristow, do 4 ninla Second Sweep of 4 biirifl-Divided 'Imtweou T. Ciinniirs, Uyan, J. 11 Brifitow, on 8 birds. Miga-out Swoop-T. Connorii, J. M. B' in'.nVv, nml 0. titoiikdalu divided on 7 bii'ile. ;'V ' iC5 Stiirlinv Ifaiidio'ip-Divided by I'. Oopnoifi (2 nouiirmfiiiiis), J. .1. iMurphy {2 iioiniiiaiiuiiji), A. Wardley, W. .SIIOWII.t, J M. liriB'ow, .1. Moore, b. ?Siuukdulo, 11 I2dwimlf>. .Min»-oui Bww;|)-Dividuri by liyan, -\V, HMward.**, 1.1, Edwiii'dH, and r, diiiukilale, ou 9 birdB.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

SHIRR INFORMATION. knnccflfcM «Mr«--Atem 'fa mttt*' PoptilnHnri of *tilre, 1204.' KbwHw el' dwelling*, 262« Jiomwj xhiic.-Arm. 85 «j. mile*. Popu Vtloh of *hlro 1000. NnmS«r <if 420: SprfnefielH *Wf« - Are*, lit «j. nil «?,_ PopalAtfon <vf nhfro, TOO. Camber' *t Hwcllinp«i 114. PjAlnr^f ffhfto-Aw*. WO mrj. mile#. Poprilntjon nf pMw, 1200. 2*nmb*r dwelling*, £80, Nf>wh*m«\Vofti1<jBd nhfr*.-Are*, ICO q, mflrp. Popntntwn, 2100, Number of dwllfrifrA

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

| LOCAL INFORMATION. Lnocefiold Shire Council.-Meeting* hold on last Friday in every month. Conn cilfora t MmT /? tt'nddoll, M. Foy, A. Johnston, W, M'Intnsh, .T. M4Rlhin« ney, J, Hurley, U, F, ftlacketfc, R. Hemphill, and U. Graham. Acting Secretary. Mr P, J. McMahon, ' Health officer! Dr Pinnis Dairy inspootor, Mr MoKunzio. Pound keeper, Mr J, Waterland. Inspector of naiaatces, Mr W. tt.Uvarda. Lancetield Waterworkn Trnat.-Com mifleionora meofclagt Fri layin ovo^y tnrmth. Acting Secretary Mr P. J. McMahon.^ LancofUld Horticultural Society. The committee hold'thoir meetings on tho Monday on or bflferb th$ full moon, ^ £ec., Mr J. Watorlfct.d. LaneeSeld Mechanics1 Institute.-The flomoiittbe' meet second Friday, in >oftoh ..Wonthri;>Hori.- 80cretftry5..>lr; J.,.Dorrkk; LibtarUnTHr JoKn\Vat*rm{icf, v ;:i'LBiwptteld - ttifle- "Club.-.C<iptftia, Mr .Mi' Toy } - lecretjvry, Mr M'Elhlmicy. Laucefield Brass Band.-Practice Hold weekly. Bandmaster, Mr A. O'CftllftRlmn .ip...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

London & Lancashire fire Insurance Co. HI ktadt of PKSltoSAf, ACCIDENT .jSICKKBSS POL1CIB8 Imued. putKitilolsy cotnpleHnn with above ultHy?CoTpor*Hon » WcVmw'i laiurtnm V ? ' Fin Insurance. ffriM for pwUaol»i», hmwance P«*0O*J Ac<*^®V^«!ne*| .«w!flTjS gotto tMnitkiWe-cli*na*» faring tho \ut lew y'eMs/ rremmms bavo been tK\no*d, tannrtU tiicrwned, and now .chrme*, iwlnilfo# InirofuDce Agwtnftt lilnr«»0» W*«h«Mi indu^te a ffrflAl on nuythiti(t contemplated in tltp ttrlf p' bmipew. ftg«n<-H» folding, ?* tj * [ONOON tilRE£TORY (VnblinliM Aontjallj) «Mf« tr«i'er« ttireiiihont the World to contfcunlcAto illtfet with Rn^linh 1 jMANt.'FACTORKKB AND DEALERS l m;h dnM f>{ «<Mvh. BpiMfxhmn^ n com r«inmerel«i piMn to (ftnrinn unil Its Aaihi lk« illr«!toTy«ont»iiu liihj of KXI'OIW MRRCHANM _..i rtoyt-hlp, an A tha Colon! is4 KwtJjfu M*rt»U they supply ; HJ'KAVPKlIi' MNB8 imtpd linear tb« Parti In whlci ttwjr suit, si ltd/mill!i U>« npiKoxInuibi Sail...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

CLOSE SEASON FOR GAMS. L The Wt»nl« ¥.«.-l.nwghttijj jafkaaa, emu7k»pR»ro<» <tj»vy »nd w<0* Vfrt-birda. native bonrtt. owt«, ftwiJlrfw*, mupnkca. pl»t5"pu^r etc. Fm*u 24th day of Juno to tbo 20th (Uy of T£o*rtnber in oaub }e-»r.--Hlacfc 6tva», wild , *11 kind*. 1 Froa let dn> of Au««ri in eacb yr-ar to j i th« latt d(iy «.( Febeuary following.-Qaaii, j I'bruiiM-wJngttl or othir wild pi^eonBj L PISH. ' i ?From 1st d»y of SepUmtmr Jfcq tie 15th ' d*v »f Uftt-iiib«rr <u um b >j,*Hr,~t}Ia«k S*f». -' Pruni lui onj ot ilay to tha August hi yr-nr.-Koyli«h Uo*jel, Vroou 1st Julj to )5t|i Octnljec in eaeb ytW - Murray a« jit«rc)i,aiid br'eaiij, ,

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL GATES AND REGULATIONS. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it meludes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

: uSTAL HATES AND RECULA'riONK [Whcro the term "Tho Common wealth" is used in connection with these rat^o and regulations it mcludoa i'apua, Lord Hoivo inland, and Norfolk Island.! LKlTkiltb. ror every \ ounce or fraction thereof, or delivery within the Common wealth ® ^ or delivery in *ho British Em pire ® 1 or delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands ..0 2 r delivery in otl*er places .... 0 2} LEO." I Ell CA11D3. or delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, id. .each; reply, Id. each half. ? or delivery iu cho iiittish Empire (see list of placos under "Letters )--»in« .. glej Id. ©act. . kfiv delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, iftWiit'orFOB Island^-Siriptlcv efloh. For delivery iii'othnr pWcoe-? Single, 2^4. each. POi-T.CARDS. Single Poatcards imprcssod with th« Id. stamp, and Koply or doublo cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed therron, may be transmitted to places within tbe Comuionwe.ilt-h, am; to those places, enumerated undu» "Letters," t'o tviif...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Hoaxing the British Navy. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

Hoaxing the British Navy. 1 In 1906 a Spanish officer in uni form presented.-, himself nt the main gate of Portsmouth Dockyard, and asked for the Commander-in-Chief, to whom he was conducted. With many apologies he explained that he was from a Spanish cruiser at Oowes. There was a. midshipman on board very ill. Would Knglund extend to this unfortunate patient the courtesy of her naval hospital ? Of course, everything was nt once done. Instructions -were telephoned to tha Huslar Hospital for the reception of the sick midshipman, and with many thanks tho Spanish oftlcer loft, escorted .by a lieutenant to seo him to the boat, which, he said, wns meeting him. . No boat was visible, however, und after waiting some time tho hospitable lieutenant Insisted that tho Spanish o'llccr should return to tho barracks nii'l partako of dinner. This ho agreed to do, and had a right royal time, furthermore borrowing £'!» saying that ho had nothing but Spanish coins-which ho produced-with which to pay ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Newham. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

Newliam. (From 0u\ Corespondent.) The first public mootinss of farm mors, iinil01' the auspices of tin; io eontly inuni;uptteil Victorian tann ers' Union, was held m N«wliiini on Friday eveuiug, «Hh iust», am' 1 most striking and pleasing featuie ol the gathering was tho opinion unani mously expressed that tlun outfh in - gamsation auiongHt tlio farmers in of vital necessity and absolutely mu«l bo accomplished. So many concorns purporting to bo to the farmers in* tore-tB have been started only to fail that it is not surprising «"y fresh venture in this direction should lie viewed with more or less suspicion, nor is it to lie expected that the pint form to perfection or tint the pot theories of overy individual producer nan be embodied therein. These things cao come only as the result of practical oxporionoo along ibe lines indicated hy theunioD, aud to be suc cessful each must bo prepared to give and take to a certain extent Cor "tlio good oC the whole. Orgatiiso firm, and thoo lot ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

Obituary. From the " Toowoomba Chron icle" of May ioth we take the ) following:-The death occurred on Friday at a private hospital in jToowoomba of Mr Sidney Gul lett, aged 62, who a few j ears ago took ftp a farm in the Nobby dis trict. The deceased was a brother of the Hon. Henry Gullett of Syd ney. The body was interred at the Toowoomba Cemetery, on Satur day the Rev, A. Davis officiat ing at the graveside. A number of residents of Nobby were pres ent. There remains to mourn their loss, Mrs Gullett and a daughter and two sons. Mr Gul lett was a pioneer of Lancefield, owning Wattle Hill at Rochford. He was for some time proprietor of "The Lancefield Mercury." His daughter lives at Toowoom ba ; one son (Mr Sydney Gullett) is an electrical engineer at Ade laide, while Mr Henrv Gullett lived with his father' at Too woomba In connection with the contem plated departure of Mr and Mrs H. Mustey from the district, the Ladies' Guild of Christ Church presented Mrs Mustey with a handsome el...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Too Great a Test. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

Too Great a Test. Tho professor waa giving a lecture on phrenology, and bad askod a boy to step forward to act' as a sub ject. After a careful examination of tho lad's cranium, ho turned to tho audience, and said : "Ladies and gcntlemon, ono pro tuberance on tho boy's head is par ticularly woll developed. It Is the bump of phiioprogonitlvoncBB. in this case It doubtless proves that tho dear lad has a deep aitection tor his parents." Turning to the boy, ho asked, per suasively : "Isn't that true, my lad ?"? Tho boy hesitated a moment liotorn roplying. Thon ho blurted out: "Plenso, sir, I likes muvvor Ru right ; but 1 ain't suro of farvw." "Why. my lad, how is that 7" asked tho profoasor. "Well, sir, if you must know," finished the lad, "that thero hump as j'ou'ro a-fooling of is whore farver hit me last night with tho bticklo end of ids belt."

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Press Pirates. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

Press Pirates. The "Port Fairy Gazette" pays "The Lancefield Mercury" ?the compliment of re printing one of our leaders without any further acknowledgement than casually mentioning "the local paper." The "Morwell and Yinnar Gar ette" has helped itself to ouz original leader on Autumn. Though it was nothing very wonderful, and we should feel flattered at the compliment, the fact that an attempt was made to "localise" it and disguise it by substituting the word Winter for Autumn marks it as pure plagiar ism- It is regrettable that there is no redress but to teach the plagiarist that he need not stick his chest out or undo any vest buttons on the strength of stolen ''stuff." The "Kyneton Observer" of Monday steals one of our breezy headings. Man is alleged to come up like a cabbage, and to be cut down like a cauliflower. But when a man grows a cauli flower it's his And when a little blossom blooms in the Garden of Thought let the owner of the little quarter-acre pick it-and no-one else...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Soundograph. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

The Soundograph. --t A veritable box of tricks in n nevtf instrument, called a soundo graph, which furnishos all the sound effects used In conjunction with iho operation of moving-pl-'.ture ma chines. Producing the sounds which j take pinco in real life, it adds to the realism of the scenes tlopicled on the screen. By operating twonty-soven different, devlcos, fifty-four cITects enn be produced with it, among them t.ho tramping or running of horses, a thunderstorm, tho wash of tho surf, rain, wind, locomotivo exhaust, train whistle, automobile, tiro ap paratus in action, running water, crash of . glass or dishes, fail of heavy articles, the firing of arms from a single shot to a fusillade, and many others. The instrument is 3ft. 6In. in height.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. FEDERAL POKER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

fancefieli . .. With tupplemettf. PBfflA 7, JUNE 12, 19 M. FEDERAL POKES IT is difficult. to know what to say ac iut the Federal political position. As all the world and his wife (who hns ->. vote in Australia) knows, the new i.invernnr-General has granted a double -solution. In asking for that, Mr Cuuk, the fusion Prime Minister, "grasped the nettle like a man of rn.'ttle," as the Second Reader says. 'Whether his action will turn out to be courage or foolhardiness time and the editions will show. He is giving ,'t.ft!)or a sporting ifly of one seat to nothing. Labor for the nonce is -down and out. Labor has nothing to ?lose. Cook has. "He is in possession .ot.- thing as blessed as Mesopotamia -office-the Excelsior or desideratum fof politicians the world over. Per Njfoice, perhaps, he is a modern Sancho fcjpaiiza, and is tilting at the windmill. ' The writer was once crowded by cir cumstances into the political editor . 'ship of a Labor daily, and advised the Government against g...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
His Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

His Revenge. A master butcher gavo his sales man a week's notice, and now he wishes he had paid him oft at once. A lady came into the shop the day after ho received notice of his discharge, and was shown a loin of mutton. "I'm afraid that is rather to heavy for me," she remarked. "I think not, , mum," replied the? man. "You see, the poor ' animal died of rapid consumption and fever, and consequently-" But the lady had fled, and h<> replaced the joint with a grin of satisfaction. "Sausages, sir ? Certainly," he remarked, to another customer. "Wo havo the very best. Ever since the muzzling order has been in force But he, too, had fled. And with a sweet, revengeful smile, the salesman hung them on the hook again u'nd waited for the next.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Publications. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

I Publications. Should Australian girls be under some system of compul sory training to fit them to share in the defence of the country in time of war? This is the query raised by the editor of "Every lady's Journal" for June, and an swered by a number of leading citizens. The general opinion seems to be that, while it is al together inadvisable to give girls any form of military training, it would be a first-class thing for the girls of Australia if a course !n-Domestic Science were made compulsory. An interesting in terview with Percy Grainger, the Australian pianist, who has made himself famous in England, Na ture study by Charles Barratt, a lesson on crochet-work by Miss Card, a review of the month's fashions, and a dozen good do mestic departments conducted by experts, also many good stories and a couple of serials, -will be found in this month's issue.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Crisp Toasts. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

Crisp Toasts. . A rather -cynical toast runs thus : .'Women-sho requires no eulogy; she speaks for herself." ? A gallant young man, In the samn festal circumstances, referred to one member of tho sex he oulogisod ni< "a deleetablo dear, so sweet that honey would blush in her presence and molasses stand appalled." , At tho marriage supper of a (leaf and dwmb eouplo oiie guest, in the speech of the ovenlng, wished them "unspeakable bliss." A writer of comedies was giving a banquet in honour of his latest .work, at which a Jovial guest «ave the. toast: "The author's very good health !. May ho livo to be as old as his jokes." At another gathering were toasted "The, Bench and . tho Bar ! If it were not for the bar, thero would be little use for. the bench." As pithy was^ the following toast, proposed at a shoemakers', dinner : "May wo havJe"'nil the women in tho country to shoe, and all tho men to boot." ^

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Local Show and Writ[?] [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

A T.nrnl Hhrrrr ntid Write-ira. A contemporary which reported with great eclat the despatch of a truck of pigs is shorter still of news. Its scribe, who is evi dently not a vegetarian, glues his nose to the local butchers's win down and reports (with his chaps watering) on the "exhibition of savoury joints." He even traces all the carcasses to their source. "The fat ewe sheep was grown by Mr McG -; this sheep, as it appeared dressed and on the hook in the shop, turned the scale at 125 lbs; the'kidney and its fat weighed 8lA lbs, 80 sheep and lambs, and a prime lot grown by Misses D a fat heifer from Mr H -n ; a splendid pig from the farm of Mr P. B y; and a couple of magnificent fat bullocks from the farm of Mr J. C k, of C e ; besides the 'samples of the district farms' (what's that?) were a good show of small goods. {All British born). We wish things as exciting would happen in Lancefield. Mr H. P.; Walker, of the Lancefield but chery, makes as good a show every day, without feeli...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

FOR ALL Drapery R«quirements Fur Winter Season .. m. VISIT MARK FOYS ' Pricei OB asaal, lower than McHionrne Ladies, Visit the Fair. MARK FOYS -liANOGPIBr.O DKAPHRV ESTABLISHMENT. Egg Laying extraordinary 11 "-.All Records Broken^ Tho winning pon of Leghorns owned by Mr J. H,. Gill, Cheltenham . * which eqtahliehtul a ttnw WorWn record recently, were batched by a \TorM renowned Nenr-to.Ntitnre "Prairie State" (Hot air and -moisture) Incubator Such a wonderful achicvcmcut prorcs conclusively that the prin* i ciph>s of construction as embodied I in the ''IVrtirie State " are ou lijjht lines, and appr->xiuiftto cloudy to those of Nature's IJIWM. Thirty years in cubator ex^cricnco And the close ! ntndy of the hen, have produce*! a ! machine that will hatch out more | clicks-chiuks that Uvc »m\ grow |r»>m a given number of egg® thftu any other Incubator mode. For hatch r^BUlta.aifety, oil economy, simplicity and re liability, it has no equal. 5 si*9s 60-399 Eggs. For prices and ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

8IIIRB COUNCIL MEETINGS. la. .iflQhjbw*; o'cli»ok. ^44? Rom«<?y- First FHdij. in .'\njrptb*,.'2 . f»*c)i"»ck. V\ Kl>riiigju>l(l-8coond Friday ln\ wnth^ 2 . Kynrtoo-Firnt Saturday m m<m*v 1\ o'clock, Pynlnng - Third Monday In Month, 2 o'clock. , . Newhnni jin<1 VTo0<1<fid-- Ijfttt Ttietd®y tbe month.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 12 June 1914

CH U;ROH SERVICES Divine service will be held at Lnncefleiri ".on Sunday next as follows: ; OuDKCii or Enolaki/.-Fir*t Sunday .sftiT Trinity-Mwtins II A.m.; EveuaoDp 7 p.m. ; (Jobaw 2 30.-Rcr. J. Kranci*. Romak CATHOLIC,- Lancefold 9 c. m «ml 11 a.m. METHODIST Church.-Unocficld II a.ra -Ilev. Stone. Lancefieid 7 p.m.-*tndeot. *&)iommeut Creek 11 fv.ni.-Student. Monn mfnt Creek 7 p.m^Kev, Stone. Nowh;»m 8 p.m.-8.«n»lant.' Goldio 3 p.m.-Hev. Hkksbytrbian* Chubcr.- LanceficM It ..«».. Springfield 3 p.m.-The Attistirat. .Lftntvfielil.7 p.m.-The Minmter. CiioticH op CHRIST. Uaglan-HTREKT Blliio School 10 a m . Communion 1) a.m., £v«i gclittt-ie Hfsrvicc? pm

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