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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

tennis; A team of tennis players from Creasy journeyed to Murgheboluc last Saturday afternoon, and a flood afteraoon's tennis was in dulged ia. Afternoon tea.was provided by the lady members of -the Murghebolue elub.and greatly appreciated by the visitors. The game was a clowly-coateated one, Cressy winning by two game*. The scores were as follows, those «f Cressy being first:— ... Mixed Doubles. Mr A. Robinson and Miss H. Batty, 5—6, ▼. Mr Harvey aid I Miss Pee), 0—6; v. Mr Alan and Miss Harvey, 6—1 Mr D. Mowat and Miss E. Mowat, (—9, v. Mr M'Doiiald *nd Miss -Harvey, 6—1; v. Mr Harvey and Miss Peel, 1-4. Ladies' Double*. Misses Batty and E. Mowat, ft—6, v. Missels Harvey and Peel, M. ■ Xn'i Doubles. M«m El Davis and 8. H. Masoa v. Messrs Harvey asd MDoaald, 8-6. 6-1, 6-4. Wow by Cmmsf—• sets 46 WW, to 8 sets, 46 gastee. In thsr Wtrawera aad Mails* * tlia wheat erepeare geed. Grabs and eater»Hlare have MnMiinathdntfi to or chorda and lucerne at Roeheater. There an some exceptionall...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND FOR SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND FOR SEEDS. Tlio demand for seedlings boili for tho vegetable mid llow<r garden has fjcrjii unprecedented nt Gordon l!ros'. liig Store during the past week. J"'or thi? coming week they have ;in excep tionnlly lini! lot ready at their AVen dotiwo Nursery. AIT Gordon ' liros'. seedlings are grown from the elioicest seeds, and hio all specially hardened oir before) being offered to the public. Thoso wishing a good spring and aiit I mint display of flowers and trwjiloes, marrows, pumpkins, etc., for tho vege table garden, should* phmt right now. Gordon liros. also arc still able to sup ply settings of eggs from their select breeding pens of Victoria's best poul try. Perhaps, in thoso days especially, too Jiiuoli cannot ho said in praigo ol ailonco. Beos will not work oxcopt in darkness, thought will 110b work except in silenoo, noitlier will virtno work ex cept in secrccy.—Garlylo. Knickor: "How do you supposo men livo in a RUbmarinoi"' Hock or: "Didn't yo...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

WEARING. From our Correspondent. .A soldier's fetter, received by Mias Maggie Nelson, a pupil of -the Weering State school, shows the gratitade with which gifts from tbe children are received in thfc trenches at Gallipoli. It should encourage the younc people to sto on with their good work, the value of which is re* •cognised by the authorities. The letter is as follows" Dor Maggie Nelson,—No doubt by this time you will have forgotten about your kiad note in your put sent of socks, bat believe me it is not forgotten by the boys who wear them. It is ever presentin their minds; that they must be thankful ■ to some kind person who sent them. I am s«re that eoald you see the appreeiatioa iM gratitude written on every feature of eur faces yon would be fully repaid for the long hours which yoa no doubt pat in mak ing them. I, in this ease,am the recipient of the soeks, for whieh I thank yon whole-heartedly. H#r«, we are fighting side by side, aad a present to one means plea sure to the wh...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO MAKE SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

HOW TO MAKE SWEETS. Chocolate.—Chocolates seem to re main tho favourite sweet, and a largo variety can be made by using different llHings, such ns cream, marzipan, al ' monds, ginger chips, caramels, nougat, and small pieces of toffee. You must . buy a pound of plain chocolate, cut it up into small pieces, and placc it in a basin; put the basin into a saucepan with, boiling water, but on no account lot tho water touch the chocolate. Let tho water boil till the chocolato has all dissolved, and is like a thick cream, when it is ready for use. Havo tho fillings at hand ready for dropping into the chocolate, then coat them in the following way:—Have two teaspoons, drop a cream in the basin of chocolate, take it out with one spoon, drop it into tho other; hold a spoon in each hand. By this time the cream is eoateij all over, yet not too thickly or unevenly; drop it from tho second spoon on to so mo shiny kitchen paper that has been spread out on a baking board. Do not touch the chocolatc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

®®^-FOR. WOMEN (By "Ambrosluc.") ' Somo of tho new .voiles «ho\v tho dain tiost designs ami colourings. A voilo with a cream ground, patterned with ' ■ dull red rosw, v;aB mado in the follow- ' ing way:—Tho skirt, short, nnd full, was trimmed with narrow frills of luce gathored into two rows of deop van dykes, Each frill wan .headed with :i piping. A white muslin vost showod ■-. above tho crossover corsage, -which was outlined with the frilling, as wore also tho bell sleeves reaching to tho olbow. Below .tho elbow were full, loose bishop's aleovos of Judia muslin, finisli ing at tho waist with a doep cuff and imialin frills. Thy Jlouueings nud frills of thin frock would also look well if mado of the voile and muslin instead of laco. Tho vamlyked hom is being used very much on our skirts and petticoats this season, and, if made in thin ma terials, the result is most auccossful. Voilo is a material which is usod with excellent effect for tho summer blouse. Tho fronts are generally emb...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TINKERITIS HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

TINKERITIS HABIT. A follow t'.'ti'I to mo Die other day, " I've been thinking of buying 11 KaH engine. IJut I am afraid I might not bo able to run it. Sotno of my neigh bours b.ivo had lota of troublo with their engines." I told this man there was one tiling lio should ahvays remember. That was that " tinlieritis " is more deadly than all other diseases to which gas engines aro subject. The average man is only a grown-up boy. So many of us never outgrow tho childish desire to tear the old clock to pieces to sec what makes it run. We are too prone to do the same thing to a perfectly good gas en gine. And, in doing so, we often mnko it iutq a worthless one. When you buy an engine, havo tho dealer show you how to start it and to stop it. Jfavo hi in show you these things over and over again; show you step by step, explaining why ho does each thing. Try your own hand at the triek until you can do it with ease and confidence. Do not loarn another thing than these fundamental essentials a...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIANS MISS "MURPHY'S MULES." [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

? AUSTRALIANS MISS "MURPHY'S MULES." There is many an Australian toldier at tho front to day who blesses ".Murphy's Mules." Murphy is, or ivan, n hero of An/.no who never got mentioned in dcf-putelie.s, hut lie fre fjuontly figures in lottery sent home by tho Australians. His real name was Sijupson, but fur some uimctr.nntable reason, hi- got tlio nick-name of "Murphy." So mnny wore tlio wounded u ho re quired to bo takon to safely that Mltrphy rommandeorcd a pair ol mulca, and officers connived at I lie "thoft" when tliov learned (ho noble work he was doing. Ho used to leuvn the animals just ! under tlio brow of "Hraund's Hill," and dash forward himself into (ho fir- I ing lino to piclc up the wounded. "Murphy's voice near them sounded like a voice from Heaven," the sol diers .said. Day tiflor day he climbed Ihe hill, smiling and cheery. Hut one day, Murphy's Mules did nnr come. The wounded ericd mil, to tho overworked stretcher bnarers, "For God's Sake, Send Murphy's Mules." Tho m...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

Fine,'$snial "weather fs ' riW ' ■ being-^xpe-rienced: On and after Monday next the: : passenger train from Gheringhap •to-'Maroona will run daily,instead: of four days a w.eek/as at present. Mr P. W. Sides announces that he will be threshing in. Cressy - and* Lismore districts this' season with an up-to-date threshing' . plant. . Two Deering harvesters and •- '• ■tripper are advertised for sale.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEEAC. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

BEEAC. From Our Corroiponrtcnt. A. kitchen tea was given to Miss Oxley by her young friends on Wednesday evening last, when r number of useful presents were given. The tea, which was held at the public hall, was followed by a Cinderella dance, where a ' merry time was spent until the '' wee sma' \oors." Mr F. Danar.. her returned thanks for Miss Oxley's presentations, and the company sang " Should auld ac- . quaintance be-forgot." Beeac Presbyterian Sunday ; school .tea and distribution of prizes was held at the church, grounds on- Tuesday afternoon last. Games were provided for the 'children and a picnuTtea, _ : ' which was followed by the' dis-" • tri'oution of prizes by the Rev. H. T. Postle, All the infants received a "prize and th'e otherS a'ccordfng to marks; as-, follows— Miss M'Leari's class—Ronnie- • ,, M'orris 1", Mac Burnett 2, Vera Nelson 3. C- Midfc Elsie Gray's} class—Jack . Butcher 1, Jame3 M'Learf2. Miss M. Day's class —Stanley Morris 1, Elsie Nelson 2. Miss K. Day's...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

Real Xmas Bargains For Xmas Gifts. Somethi/,'. prices fur i Land and Jj ■ Wertht i/., Xmag prio U.S.A. 1;:,' 10s. Xmas ; LiiiM;n ; 1. SUinti.'.i; 2. 1< imi •• 3. Cihci Z' price £3. Couch, price £3 10.'. LacmV ■ Boya' A. • . N.B. valuable for yourself or family at exceptional • i.iber only. Secure one. Hi, corner position, cost ,€110. Xmas price £100] .•ing Machine, used, but not much worn, £15.j ^Dunlop tyres, free wheel, slightly used, £1: '' •'• ographs and Records, shop UBed only. . ' ith horn, list price £7. Xmas price £5., tth horn, list price £5. Xmas price £4, ■ -hone, without horn, list price £3^78 6d. XmaB . ; rong, well padded, wrong color sent. Original Xmas price £2. Hand Bag, £1. Xmas price 12s 6d. ■ieat faafe, Plum Puddings, Toys, etc., at Reasonable Prices. • Prices for December only.; I'itW iUPEESSING Sir. JL^9" r— J. RICHENS, fcuccekbcr to W. R. C. "Wilson, HAIHUHt88ER & TOBACCONIST, • Jiall 3t., Gressy, op. Mason's Store. £ LGS to announce that h...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOSS OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

LOSS OF LIME. At the cIoho of a Return on "Liino find 1 to Uiios," a farmer asked how tho liino contents of « itrjil, to which a ton of liino linrj been applied soma yours iifjo, boenmo exhausted, nnd th6 reply of tho leoturrr scoimi to put tho chmo very cloarly. It in lost in many wnyu:— 1. It in tiolnblo to t>omo extent, nnd henco Homo is washed ont nnd appears in tho dniinngo w;iter. 2. In destroying the tolds, nnd in putting injurious Milts out of solution, it disappears from tho noil, as limo, in considerable fjuiintitinn. 3. It in used up when it causcs *ol tiblo phosphates to revert and saves thorn from boing washed out, as whon it precipitrvtos phosphorio acid as a calcium phosphate. It disappears again when, on enriching the soil by releasing potash, it takes tlio plneo ot tho latter. 4. Every timo sulphate of ammonia is | applied as .a fertiliBor tho noid portion of thq amnion.u;n salt taken up nmo, and this in anothor causo of tho dis appoaranoo of iimo. IIo said that ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING RE RED CROSS SOCIETY. SPORTS TO BE HELD ON BOXING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

PUBLIC MEETING RE RED CROSS SOCIETY., SPORTS T© BE HELD ON BOXING DAY.' A public meeting was held at the mechanics' hall on Thursday evening last to consider the best means of raising funds for the Greasy branch of the Red Cross Society. There was an attend ance of about 30. Mr G. Klein, one of the con veners of the meeting, said at a meeting held the previous week, it was decided to call a public meeting to see what could be clone towards raising xund3 for the local branch of the lied Cross Society, which was in need of money at the present time to buy material. He thought that pos sibly during the holidays a sjions meeting might be held. The meeting would have to appoint a chairman. ■ j Mr W. L. Edwarus was voted 1 u, ■!'■ ■ iair. He saiU tney heard . j.-.:t of, the meeting. The )■ ,■ .1 .^anch of tiie lied Cross ! society was about £38 in debt. ! He thought if a sports meeting was held on Buxiug Hay that amount should be easily wiped olf. If they decided to hold a sports meeting,...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pioneer. CRESSY. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

CRESSY. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 8. In. another column will be found report of a public meeting, when it was resolved to hold a gym khana or sports ^gathering on (Boxing Day in aid of the funds of the CreBsy Red Cross Society. ^The posters will be .issued about the end of this week, but we un derstand the two principal events will be a Flag Race open to all the schools in the district, and a Tug-of-War (for trophy worth a guinea) between teams from all parts of the district. This latter event is being taken up warmly, and sensational developments may. be expected in our , next issue. • : ' Our readers should not forget the demonstration to be given by the Methodist Sunday school children in the mechanics' hall next Saturday evening. A treat is ip store for those who attend. The Rev. A. S Webb, Th. L., who has been in charge of the Cressy and* Lismore Anglican Mission for the past two years, has resigned, and is leaving for work in the Melanesian Mission. Mr F. A. Bentley, one of the as sista...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FIGHT IN THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

A FIGHT IN THE AIR. Thn following description of nn ex citing Xljjlit Hint toolc place recently be tween JJriti.nh and German aeroplane* has just been rt'cotint<<(l in the English papers:— " Tho inc.idoiit," mviil nn eyo-witnenii, took place over a little station 011 tliu British front, nicknamed ' I'lighty Cor ncr,' owing to tliu largo number of nerial combats that have taken place tliere. " .Some 15 British aeroplanes were stationed near by. Suddenly tlio iiound of heavy firing wa.'i heard. The Ger mans had sent out four airmen. "Like a flock of birds, every tun chine round the station left the ({round to meet I ho enciny. " In a few minutes the four Clerman nviatika were flying abovo tho British inachine:i. Ah the lij aoroplanes made towards tho four German aircraft, the iriachino guns aboard the latter opened ^ fire, but; by skilful inovoniont.'i, the whole of tho fleet of Allied aeroplanes managed to surround the four Gorman machines. One of tho British ma...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUPED WOULD-BE BRIDES. AMAZING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

DUPED WOULD-BE BRIDES. AMAZING STORY. All utnnsiing story of bow a man of I many pnrts is alleged to lmvo duped a multitude of would bo brides lies bohind tho following notice. which is | issued by tho Manchestor "Police. /yj "Wanted.—On warrant, o.lmrged' with larceny, Gerald Fitzgerald. Age, 23. Hoiglit, Off 81 in. Complexion , fair. Hair parted in tho middle, nlight ly bald 011 crown. Clcnn Miuven und deep linos between tho eyebrows. Dres sed when lust .seen, in grey tweed suit, black boots with fun-n colored tops, doublo collar, dark tip, watch and gold chain, gold finger ring, armorial hear ing motto 'Soyez fermo.' IIo in » mini of superior education, and pretends to bo n civil engineer. "This man arrived at Liverpool from Now York on Jim,, m, mid Inter took furnished rooms in Manchester. JIo lccoi\od ,sonu\ hundreds of replies from womqn in nil parts of the country, and has oDtaiued sums of money from J them. i Extraordinary stories of wealth and fortuno which awaited them if ...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A HEALTH CODE OZONIA AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

[ A HEALTH CODE OZONIA AND ITS USES. A'JCIJM/.NTH.—.No matter what class of accident may happen, whothor it bo a cut, bruise, scald, burn, iiito, etc., im mediately apply Lint saturated with Uzonia. Uj.onia is used for .First Aid purposes 111 ovor iiUOO Government and private institutions, factories, etc., aud can genuinely be relied upou to stop pain, prevent blood poisoning, and in sure rapid healing, it in no way din liynres the shin ami leaves no acar after complete healing. CONST U'ATJ UN.—Tills is caused by imperfect digestion. Digestion in no thing more than a process of fermenta tion. When ono realises that it is a germ which prevents correct fermenta tion, ono will also have realiso that Uzoniaj the greatest of all germ destroy ers will reiltoro defective digestive organs to a healthy condition by a per fectly initur'al process. JJXAlililJUUA, JJVSKNTKliy, (JULIO, WOK.Mtf, etc.—These complainta arc also caused by imperfect digestion, viz., tho presence of germs, which act l...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR SUNDAY READING. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

FOR SUNDAY READING. " Wo are debtors."—Roin. 8, v. 12. \\e an; ;ill agreed thut u debtor is one who owes anything. To our pa rents wo owe duty and love; to ho-*** eict.y wo owi; mm obKervaucc of tho rules mid laws governing it; to tho Onvcrnment obedience to tho laws (hat thcv find neeessury to make for the general good. \\ o arc debtors to Ood, for wo owe Him love, and that love in to be un feigned. For, when tho lawyer tempt ing Jesus asked him, " What is tho first and great commandment in tho law?" Jesus .said unto him, "Thou shall love the Lord thy God with nil thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all (by mind." Have we all dono this ? I think not. We have all eomo .short ni! this—very short indeed— and, therefore, " Wo arc debtors." We owe Ood obedience, for Ho has created us, and raid, "Ye Hluill do my statutes, and keep my judg ments, and do them." We have fail ed to do this. Many and many times have awakened souls tried to do these things, but to find that tlloy I only...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

-WOLFE'S V. 3 ^ SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS" . ; PURE AND'-WHOLESOME . , MADE WHOLLY ./ IN HOLLAND. vV

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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EXAMPLE OF CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

EXAMPLE OF CO-OPERATION. Returns issued by the (Joint! Dairj ing Company disclose .sonic interesting features. Thus, ns n. result of mortal ity among tin) cows, tlio output oi butter in October la»l was HJ7 tour,, or 30.} Inns less than in .October, ]0M. TJio output in October 1913 uns -'.)() tons. Dccauso of bettor prices, the: pay ments la fit nionlli aggregated £22,l!!0, us eojnpiired willi £10,8(12 in October, 101 1, when a greater quantity was pro duced. For the year ended .1 nno, 1010, somo 2,IS,'i,7o" lb of buttor wore pro duced, whereas, in I be previous your, Hio output ivh.s I lbs. Moro at tention is noif being devoted to chceso and, as a. result, the production in creased from <Jll,ri50lfi in 1011, to ■100,3001b in 1015. The company lias two butler making factories and three choose factories. It, marks an inter or,ting development. This co-operative company hits luid an inspiring history. It came into oxistonco in 180.'), when tlio turnover amounted to £17,'101...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 8 December 1915

SOLI) AT A Llj STOKUK. PAY £15 and get this "Barf ram" Engine: yOU can .L pay the balance i n small instal ments. Your "Bartram"w U speedily cam its keep and pay for itself in a year As a matter of fact, you can't do without one if you've decided to "make nioney".this'harvest. Ask us to explain. - 4gonts for "Alfa" Separators. J. bar™ & SON PTy ,;.sy; hourhk .vr, LTD. MKLHOURSK iiwiimiipi Mukicjl Notelty, paly.Sjf by 4 by 3 'n<lf4- G<**1 Toot Anyano oan play ilin pretty little Acconleoo by the Special Figured Tuocs. .Knowledge ef Musk toi needed * Yen siaplj touch the ieyt according to ih« nutabtn tnd yoa play r> ■■>>>. »ay of the gco<J election of well-known "l//r/£tun<» failure is impossible. .The 1'MUN CO„ 293ESabeth Su -MA. — ' METROPOLITAN -<MEAT MARKIET. NORTH 1 MELBOURNE,"' WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN, COMMISSION AND EXPORT AGENT. RI5CKIVKS CAUCASUS 01'' I'OKK, VKAI,. AND' IIIW I'ull SAI.I'.. Carriers Meet...

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