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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, NOV. 22nd, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, NOV. 22nd, 1924, I Ious ewives and H'loticulturists "will be pleasedcl to knowti that a well stocked up0to-date Fruit; and Vege table ' and ]Florist's Shop is 'to be opened at H?Lmpshire House, Dlevon shire-road (one of .l'lKay's new shops) on Friday, 28"th NIrovember. \Mr V. L. ]ille and M1 (I. C. Boorer are the proprietioris of this business, to be known as the D)irect Fruit Supply. This firm has been carr'ying on busi ness at Sunshine now for about three yeat's. - A.nV'r. Notwithstanding that the council at its last meeting resolved to tighten up the bolts of the drain-sweeping machinery throughout the town, !no improvement has been visible in the state of the gutters. Even 'in the main thoroughfare of the .town, Hampshire road, along which the motor cars parade,. a lake has been stationary in the channel for a. fort night, perhaps. There .is a verdant blossom on its surface indicating that fermentative and putrefactive activity is present. This gutter...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURE FOR PALE LIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

CJR1IE FOR PALE LIPS. Deep breathing is held up as a cure for alrnost every ill to which woman is heir, but its late:(4 benefit is said to be to the pallid lips, which are so ugly and unbecomii;., A girl who went to a hauity sp1 cialist for holD In colouring her Iili iwas told to goo olmle, stalnd Ibefor arll open window with a mirror in hand. and breathe slowly andtl (leeply fur ten or fifteen minutes. "If, at the end of" that; line your lips are still colourle-;s," said the specialist, "come back and I will talk to you again. I shall be much sur. prised if I see you again. Let me know results, however." In the course of a few ldays the girl sent off an enthu:siatiic: letter to tell that, with the first. exlperiment in breathing, her lips had ialdn on. a rosy hue. She con?inucd the breathing exercises several iimies a day/ and already her lips had lost their pallor and she felt In better health generally.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATTERS FEMININE. DO'S FOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

MATrTERS iFE11Nt-ININ -4~c--- DO'S FOR GIRLS. Do'be cheerful. Do be sympathetic. Do be tidy in dress. Do be good to the poor, Do be kind to old pcop!e. Do be courteous to stran?:?rs, Do be care'ful in selectin frionds. Do be sure never to backbite Your enemies. Do be good-tempered with ,hildren. Do be firm in your recolhtion for good.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY BE LONELY? [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

WHIY 3BE LONELY? One hears painfully often of girls who are absolutely alone in the world, who have no chance of miakl ing friend3r That is sad, sadder than; almost anything in the world; but at many a case it is a tragedy tha:t :eed not happen. How can it be avoided? , is not possible to lay down rules 'jat will fit every case, but here r?; a omo hints. Don't go about with a f :lorn ex* pression; try and be brigsh and in terested. If you work wit: others as do most girls, then be on !.N aI to, discover someone who will suiCi you as a friend. Do not cultivate I' stand-off air, or,' on the other hand, a too effusive manner. Just let the' girl you know you would like see that you find her attractive, and it i cert tain that an opening will offer itself that, properly managed, will lead to acquaintance. Be obliging and kind, 'but not officious, In fact, be bright, pleasant, friendly, and self-respect" ing, and someone is sure to "dis* cover" you. -? • . · ,i ,,m mt ml_,t • _ , .m.. ?

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DONT HAVE SECRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

DON T HAVE SECZIETS. Why not? They are so delightfii and exciting, you will say. Yet all the same, the advice :is sound that declares it better to have none. It is so difflicult, for one thing, to keep a secret. The lips may be hon. orably locked, but who can prevent truth from peeping out of· the eyes? -those mirrors of the mind. And if once. we are suspected of possessing a secret there will be a feeling of soreness with some of bur dear ones that we can endure to own anything in which they may not: share. Perhaps "they' in this case should correctly be "he." So it camie to pass that the luckl: less little confidence for which we most likely never asked, becomes a" positive nightmare to us and a cause of coldness between us and a loved one. Decline secrets, therefore, if yo'N can; keep only such as Nature givev you, and you will be the happier aiid your mind the lighter for so doing.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE 110 1:IES' PIIO31?d.PT CASII. Furniitur, Single A1ticles or the entire contents throughout the hlise. I ]Ei1!"US,?; NUT'1HINU 1 IUY ANYT''IING I SEI, A1NSY'I'I IlNG Write or CaII' E. DRAKE'S Big Furniture Shop T61) of Iiairkly St 1reet, 'jr (Iel~ung Id, ]FOO''St(ItAY Miss Kathleen Feeney PIANO, VIOLIN Harmony, Theory Pupils prepared f~r all ex:u?,in ti ils 'TJeiii i & .. " Clontarf,'' lily h.'tlradi", "luIIlshir ie 11echlnlii(S ] list il.tiut .o ;S 'l i nhl ll, Fril vs. SUNSHINE MNILK SUPPLY L. LOFT Park Dairy Pure milck 1 ,,livecrIed i irect from lmy own Cows at (hi l"' uilirt. A T'rial Solicited. Special 1Motor Passenger Bus for Hire. PICNIC PART'I S ATTENI)EI) T'ernis moldelrate ROBERTS, Soutli Road, I'IIA YBJ11OOK. Phone, l'aLyl'rooIk ?.O. DON'T READ THIS UInless you have an aIwkward or smallI Soldering Job you wanL (101one. .I.f you have thou coimIe 'rou1III Ia llse S(e IIIe about it any evening between G 01,1l 9, and get it fixed up while you wa...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN RACING Turfy Tabloids. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

VICTORIAN RACING By "Observer.! T(trfy 'Tabloids. l:any of our better known book mal:i;rs are fast approaching the retir ing age (whatever that is), and within the next month or two there are rtuln',rs that at least half a dozen will talk off the bag and devote themselves to gardening and bowls (perhaps ?). Noil nn Mlendes, well known in Syd ne and Melbourne, retired befor e thc recent Spring meeting, and. others aro, to follpw suit. Some unkind per so.: has said that thqy are quitti.ng whl;::t they still have something to qu;; with, as punters are getting wiser cv:: d(lay, but.you would hardly think that, would you ? Dl hIpsey is going to England on Janua,;ry 20, and therefore should reach there two or three weeks be fore the ' flat racing season cornm ncnr'es, which ought to give him a chance to get a little acclimatised and do jus-tice to his early mou.nts (that's if hi' gets anything much good). This scribe is tipping that he will not find things so rosy as he expects to, not wi...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY BE WRINKLED? [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

WHY BE WRINKLED? One of the most fruitful sources o wrinkles is perpetual frowning. Soiie people get into the habit of. frown ing When they speak, and when they read, sew, or sing. Lines form be tween the eyebrows, which gradually deepen until it is almost impos ih!e to eradicate them. These wrinkles are sometimes seen on girls in their teens, and careless -mothers, who ma::;r have wondered why their daughters should possess' these disfigurements, have not noticed the frowning, habit which is so easily acquired. Wrinkle plaster is sometimes used to make the lines appear less noticeable, and if applied properly, i.e., after press ing the flesh smooth, and then lay ing the plaster across the wrinkles, it is certainly so far effective. There is another kind of of wrinkles caused by raising the eyebrows, which re sult in long, deep lines across the forehead. These can only be remrv ed by constant massage. In muas saging the skin use a light circular motion of the finger-tips, and a litt...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATTERS FEMININE. A BEAUTY TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

MATTERS FEfMININE. "' A BEAUTY' TONIC. Itain, according to a beauty r::pe, is an excellent tonic for the ce'u.,,l j. ion. It is, however, one that irs ;t., prepared for in order to get tli, ::.,:; benefit from it. - When taki,,. a beauty tramp 1n the rain the cl:; ing must .be, warm, and the ;kil't:. of a length not to dl'ag wetness nbh the ankles, for nothing will gli. cold more quicly than the consta.:li slop. ping of wet garments about it: feet. The ideal walking costume If:., wet weather consists of.a thick an.; :warm but not heavy, short chirt. , thick flannel blouse and a short jar t are best for the upper portion ..t the body. A soft felt hat of a !!or to match the suit should be tr;n;tneCd with onq or more wings and a hand of soft silk. Water, unless ilo i:, dc:;. coend, will not hurt it, and thu:; th carrying of an umbrella is ob.,i;;te Thick boots must, of course, h:e v? ·wr Clad in such fashion, the ii:k; of dampness or chill penetrating t.o the skin is almost impossible....

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR YOUNG FOLKS. SOCIALLY LAUNCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

FOR YOUNG FOLKS. -----:n:--.- SOCIALLY LAUNCHED. In his native town Jimmy had al Ways oeen most popular with, young and old, but when lie was sent away to boarding-school, says an American paper, he was for a time too home sick to make friends. Ills first lot ter' was little more than a wall: "I'm 'way behin:l the others boy: in everything," he wrote, dolefully. "'T'in't only studies, but it.'s gymna sluni, and banjos and everything. I don't believe they'll ever have much use for nle." But the second letter, written after a week in the new school, was quite different in tone. "I'm all right," he wrote to his mo ther. "The boys ray they'll teac:h me all they know, for they're proud to have me here. I can estrtclh my mouth half an inch iid:er than any other boy in cclhool. and my feet. are the longest by a full inch. So you nIeldn't worry about nle any more." T':: O A: I:.; O'.1,':,::::. Long ago a man ownel a very s'ro:lg ox. The o-.vner was so pro::dl cf 1:i. ox that ho boasted to e...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH IN THE HOME. THE HEADACHES OF EVERYDAY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

HIEiALTlI. IN THiE HOMI0E. THIE HEADACHES OF EVERYDAY LIFEl. , The common headache of everyday ]T;o is the one we desire to call at eintion to. \Ve think we are safe In saying that all simple acute headaches are cau3ed( by in(ligestlon. which is produced by the use of in ferior food or an inability to usegood food. Also. al:o- t tall chronic head aches are (.'aused by dyspep(ii, con F tiloailiin, and d :ci.rd'rrn of the. liver, anri se I rliese Irot-'': ar;' very closely r lin trd, 'r, tl intlt'oin i:; alivay: aa - :cctlaited with dyspps 'i' The liver, it., greate'st deipur:tin'; orgran of thi body, is onl: trucled arid di: a.a:ed in case.? of dyspps(,ia. So it ought to I.. urnderstood I.,y all who wish t.o be i -forined on t.: sub!eH.ct l ha Iht l ::(ultlchi, bo0v .' , 0?' ,i liver l,elon.; to the (di;:stiv(e y. et:n. a d tl lhait. Oin' uannot be d(i: eas:ed vwithontlt more or css in'volvirag the others. These are lih lblood-mtakinh., c'rgans. About one :i:th of Ite I !ned (;f the ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE Duke Street and South Road, Sunshine This magnificient area cut into high well-drained Home Sites is offered in sub-division for the fii-st time since the grant from the Crown and has many attractive speculative advantages. to the keen buyer. 1. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE has 3. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE is frontages to three Government roads situated at the Corner of Duke St. No charges for Roadmaking. and South Rd., the direct and short est route to Footscray and is bound 2. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE has to appreciate in value in the future. the 9in. water main passing two sides 4. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE has of the Estate. 50ft. frontage by 140ft. deep. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE BUYERS WILL BE ALLOWED A SPECIAL REDUCTION ON LIST PRICES. UP TO £12 10s. BLOCK DURING MONTH OF DECEMBER. 20s. Monthly :: Secure your, pick in this choicely situated Estate. :: 20s. Monthly Ask our Representative to call on you. Motor Inspection in 'your own time with' pleasure. PERCY THOMSON &...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

HOUSEHOLD IUNTS. A broken clothes peg makes an ex. cellent window wcdge. A good boot polish is excellent for cleaning stoves. It prevents the black (dust. which is unavoidable with ordinary grate polishcE.. An old sun-bonnet will be found most useful for protecting ,the hair from du:;t when sweeping, black-lead. !ug grate:i, and doing other dirty lhousewol k. 'I'The diticulty so cften experienced 1in uIt ting soft. Ilimsy goods, su:(ch as lhiffon, soft silk, muslin, etc.. I:: eas ily overcome by pinnn: lie ImIat orial to pa per and cultt i': hb' ! togethe'r. If whe:n t·1~". :-' ion for Tiavour in: you ne ll i1 (; I ! Of o e. I ! O , put the other]" 'h:, f oi, r:' 1; .(' 110, Cover with a .. '"'! T"I''l:s (xcluldes th( a '.;lc ! I: .1 :: e tel ,on y,~ t l.tl g (1!y tn !:: ,('16y. ' W'Iw*'"',"t .': sIhIold he f:.?'! d in e','o 'y L"tch. for st :' r F rin? 11d o !:on: 'a fll (' 0i.'gh! ?t' anll' c;: ca , to S iii th' iil n In.d on l'", and do inot di. str'Oy (n le3' !- on c! u.':',OliO...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EGYPTIAN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

THE EGYPTIAN TROUBLE The recent assassination of Sir Lee Stack, British Sirdar of Egypt, in vites attention to certain ethical and political problems which confront the modern world. The assassination is probably an outcome of fanaticism on the part of misguided nationals in Egypt, whose desire for complete in dependence, however problematic its success might be, is apparently the natural trend of native opinion. To gain an insight into the Egyptian question would require considerable study, much more than most Austra lians have devoted to the question, al though many have lived for a time in the land of the I'haraohs. Without going into the complicated question, what must be remembered as a chief factor is the immensely rapid spread of the' Moslem religion, which has shown a tremendous pow5r of assinmt lation, and seems particularly suited for the African races, black, white and brindle. It abolishes all in equality between ni un and man, and breaks down the barriers that divide .m...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

hristm s .Presents vou wanta houoof your Why hesitate I can arrange finance, Your land A Large Selection of DIAMOND RINGS to choose ffirom or a small deposit is all that you require;-Ordinary LADIES' GOLD WRISTLET WATCHES in a variety of Fancy Shapes and Styles.cip and tere.? Big Stock of Toilet Articles in, .English Xjylonite Ware. ret pays principal atd interest; Clocks and Electroplated Ware of descriptions to suit every requirement. The F-ootscray Watch DepotP Materials ahd Woa rkmanshi p Guaranteed S P117 NICHOLSON STRET N LOADER, Builder & Contractor, 13 Beavisst Elsternwic. FOOTSCRAY Phone, Fscray 263 and at Sydney Street, Sunshine ".

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

Eighth Instalment of Serial Story starts in this sIssue h th------ WAER ARN..... MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD '^ ,. By the World's Most Famous Artists Lndert r .. GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS . E E F I And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'eray 822 238-240. BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY ' . " : Wholesale Tobacconist Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarravile . "; - EN. "b aL L I A M 9 AA ccOSTRE Pons: Fcray 9; and;685Mt.t or Horse DrawnFtnurau.jBI?T XVL A I 3941 ANDERSON STREETJ ho-a. .N . l ,S,-,. YEr ?". ---..?. --,, .:.: -"- "",... :- " . ", .. "i ? - "* ..... , i4 !ii:. "i? "; . : - , . :?:: [·.::i::...---. ? :>??F ,"II ?" :,, Be Suited with a SUiT to Su t You . ;..%. i .m: a,.;:,.,:? i.; , Blue Twill Suits from :,6 15s. Australian S:itings a fcatu re of a large and varied ,:cock LADIES' WORK a Speciality Ring Footscray 84 and we will forward patterins COVELL SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value 'Tailors" Footscray & \WVilllnamstown J. Ward Symons T...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

COOKERY. ` Ora ge Salad.--Reemovo the peel from *threo sweet oranges, cut them .'!nto thick round slices, and lay In a glaris dish, sprinkle with sugar and a; layer of ground almonds, Cover Ihli dish and leave it, standing for sonlo hours so that the juice may soak through the nuts. Utilislng Sparc Boiled Potatoes. Prepare two tablespoonfuls of butter or good dripplng; In in frying pan; add a Iable: poonfu! of finely choppjed onion. (Cook from five to st.ven mihl2 uten; it...i add the coldi Ibeile! pota tloo, season with peppe- and s;all, and serve on a hot. dish. Yorksh!ro putldding may be added J. desired, Jugged Hare.-Drea' a::d wash the hare, cut I' i)up into s?miall .joints., dredge (Iheur with flo l. i ;o i ! ry in butter o' dri.'l .?g; the put tl:eat In a stelvpa-! wih swee' h1),'; two onion:?, each s tuic :: with t !:.:', clv'e': six whole allo J!:e , h1 !' :a tn iaspoonfuI black p), .pcr, and a ','!:1 of leoni! pee,!. Cover with l'7t wat!er, and when I' bI!! s e:,'reft')'y ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MASTER OF ALL. (Copyright.) Published by Special Arrangement. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

SMASTER OF ALL. ii[ E. ALMAZ STOUT, Aulh r of "Copper under the GolJ,' &cz (Copyrighl.) ' u' ihll:d Ly Spcc'al Arrangcr.cnt. I'TI'.1l '\ -(UContitiuid.) Ib tried to keep her al.ttonion on weh ,wc as laynig to her, but her , "11't,'; I'·. Wnlval:t ring Frunm thel cluok S(10(11 dor nd baeckt agtiln. " + ,' your pard:mt!" dhe (aid with : ': reatlsing li at he1 .3\\ . looking 't h'r -ith is que.. iauing Itok in his c.",., hle cecin:d not to havel1 : ha"rd hi: (1 idii, 'nt 'requeCst. "Show you dI:n's Ssl'crl!" ': Of course I ' will. have1111 i put rl. ct dy 011 purpoe. ' 'She turii r(I I olutO ly awn(III . into l i(+ o nIer cf 1!;:' !'ol0 i "lli(l I'urc'ed heu 's lf Ito talke i ;I ,,'st iiin ex' iiill g i the iketches h, :.liowed tlhemi one by onle. 'lt'' was a little lull in the general talkl t!at had been tilling Ithe roomi, and lhc servlnt 's voice iinliouncetld-" M1r. and Mrs. ]enyon." Hydnlrey h:ad her li:ick to the' door, and for one secoi:dl cho rested her haiind 1on the t...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE v. BRAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

SUNS II1NIN v. IBRAYTBROOK. Sunshine last Saturday continited their imatch against Ilraybrouk.' Sun shine, with a score of .109 for tnine wickets, declared their innings closed. I l'rayhbrn'ol.k a'l, areIntly de?airi'eid ofl reaching thalt t,,tal, fort the batsmen were mlo1(!( c'nlcr'!ed in holding their wickets than in s,'orilig. The batting needs little de?'srilption. A. Lee 10 r(ll([ H. Ihill 7 diil best, the remainder of the team laking Il. The innings closed in jus 'lider Ltwo hours for a total of: 35. he howling was good, but the batse n were very iuonenter prisig, scorii? n :. an average of at run pIer over. R. l.,we, who howled six o\vers for five Iuns and f :ix wickets, was the chief ,arusC of l'raybrook's downfall. In 1.? follow onl innings the haIlsell ien pIiyinlg out time shlowed very a!i'i'i renlt form, and s0ore(l freely. The Sunshine captain ga've the rest iof his side a turn with the hall, but theoe were no outstand ing tprforianiet.. lirayIrook's score (,' fIour 'o...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE :1101l H 'l'1 PROMPT CASI . "]!turnriturer, Single Articles or tLhe o?ntire contents througholut tiLe house'. JI REI'USI NOT''ITlNU S I IUY ANY'HTING I SE1?LL ANYTII N( \Vrite or Call E. DRAKE'S. Big Furniture Shop Top of B.arlkly Stre,.I, '/C' Geelong Id. F'OOTSC II A Y Miss Kathleen Feeney PIANO, VIOLIN Harmony, Theory Pupils prepared for :111 a llx tinations " Cl Lturf,''" H ly ].Parantl, S, ,nshi.e Mlcelanics' Inst itulte SyIllnlianl, Il'rida ys. SUNSHINE MILK SUPPLY L. LOFT Park Dairy Pure millk (lelivCire 1 direct from my own Cows atl d pmi (luarl't. A Trinl Solicited. Special Motor Pas~enger Bus for Hi`. PICNIC PAR?'IE, AT'IIENDED T`erms moderate ROBERTS, South Rload, ithAY1 'IIOOK I. Phone, ]3rayl uook ).O. DON'T READ THIS Unless you have Ian awk ward or small Soldering Job you want done. I' you have then Coll(o rounid andI see iue about it any evening between 6 and 9, anrd get it fixedl up while you wait if urgent t a piriceC tht will miIake you mnil...

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