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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

COMMENCING NEXT SATURDAY, JUNE28 Lessees, J. & N. Trtit. Direction FEATUBE FILMS, Ltd., ALEC. LORliIOJt.lv, Ua linking Director. t ? FULL ORCHESTRA — — — ? — CONTINUOUS, 11 A.M. TO 10.30 V.ll. \ DBUEY LANE'S GKEATEST DRAMA, ? SPORTING LIFE 1OOO to 1 'Lady Love' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^BT^ ^^f E vein one liad .-aid there vns no hope, and tlic .1p ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^SJJ^^j^H Jetted backers of Dip fnvoriio lump their heads; just ^U^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^KB^^^^^^Kj^^Kr now tlio girl etnrcd ruin in (he face. Lord Wondsl--fk ^^^^^^^^I^^^^^I^^^^^I^R^^BPE^^^ smv dishonor about to pnshrnud him.. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-V This is one of the fence tlrniiiiillc silimtions in ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^^B^t^ Maurice Tonrncnr's tremendous film presentation of H^^^I^^^^^^^^^^H^B^BSCSStS^ the Drurr Lane seiisntinn. ^R PORTING i^HI LIFE ^Jlg^^^^^^Hf A Tremendous tale of Fast Horses, -^^^^HB^ Flying Fists, and Beautiful Women, with jH|^ an appeal to all men who play and all V^. women who lov...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Union Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

Union Theatres Alice Eraflr In 'Her Great Clionti-.' end Tom Sants^bl in 'Tlie t'tlil A (arm.' Are the features lor tbe ncek Fiarllng on Tuesday at the Kmprcsa. 'Sylvia en a Spree,' ?t&rri.is y.nimr WcMtn. will be EtoVD at lit) CloLt und lit the Lyric, ti: Trlce ol a doil Time' It tu be, seen in support ol the ti-ur ib bbiJ M'fi BtorJe* ot Haudlnl't ecrUl. 'The Mattery Mrs ti-ry' »t tho Gmn'l. while 'Her Great Cbunce,' and 'The Master Myetcry' are KuM for tlie MnffBtlc. ThurFdnj'* pro gramme ftt the MbJpsIIc rIH coraiirlsr 'Juit Brlvlt' nnd 'Soi-lal Quli Kfanda.' At the KlnB'B Croft to-morrow -Yi-nlD- 'Hrr Grr-at Cbtn' t' and 'Serial Quick Cautasoa amd Tain khuay 1» Itawiaa Tamnuar'a irodncUon ? -f»ii||»a Ufa,' ta fca ihmwm at tk* Falao. Tkaatn, tommeaelne *a Jama «8 atndi' will be preietled, «blle Tbun d«j'. bill vlll 6. Heided Irr '7odd o[ Che TUnea' aod 'Juit Brl'la.' Miry boUnd la 'A Wuuii'l Eiperleoce1 will b* ««eD at tbe Crr.Ml P«l«c« and Etraod, and 'Heart of the Suue...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

isaaTII HKWtV WVOajU, «^-tTfOBa DA1LT. »aaaa,»f.tb»t-aw,: i ygjMjBatTr ftB tprni Hltlam. TH^Su^^^Sft«er,1c* UTUBtsArSEeasSia aM Tasaaart. ^^ ? ' aanar. BNOWT BAKE*. AtUetle Sparta

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Furlough House Opened by Governor-General Rest for Soldiers' Wives and Children [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

furlough House Opened by Governor-General Rest for Soldiers' Wives and Children The Gorcrnor'Gerjrral, Sir Ronald Munro Frrguaon. yesterday offlclallr opened Furlough House, which hu been established si Norrabcon as a quiet holl dsr retreat for the »ldu»«, »lve«, and Ilia Eicellenc;, who was accompunled bf Lit; Helen Munro Fercuson. the Lord Mayur (Alaerru&a Ki-:bardB), tbe Lady .worm, and *ir. t-ayton, Deputy To«n Cltrk. naa received by Ladr Fuller aod us Qtslily pieuueO. bis felxucilcni-*y deutar l*uuy ruiiur, mtf ipr^biueDl ot tbe A.I.F. .Wlvta aou CDilurcn a lloUdty Attsoclatlon, aatd mat tbe asH^-latiuu kos uulni wu«l ctiliareu uf aoluicra auiij aaUora to bear their burucn by pruvmina. an upp^rtunilj for rest and reirrailoo, and a (ortal(hl'a tcllaty ml me ara-i-ie. 'jscra were three peuled thul at leaat go women and 400 cmli.eo would occupy each cottage dur ing the rear. l-ady rulier empbaalaed the fact that Furlougb Houae nould be run on a purely voluntarr bnala, and ...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Body Found in Harbor ELDERLY MAN DROWNED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

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Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEVENTEEN MILLIONS Bunny's Yearly Damage A Sympathetic Minister [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

SCVQITBN MILLIONS Bunny's Yearly Damage A SmitletK Miister ttaUBT. latortar Nlsbl.— Tbt Faa taraa ProucUoa Board bat rectlred aa IstnaatliiB (rtaa tha Lands Dapartntat tktt. »? W.W of »»a hl«h rrtoa »t rabplt ?ratf MUta« aMth* dlaUaat ratulUif fiata iNtaajtT4fMbla, tha MnhMar bad gwfcik^isy^r HtS* it's? Ml.ta .taw ?*?**. ? - ---T - JtU*t)w tobtlatt to tha dlacratlon ot tka start, to «toauDtiid to tat KtnUter tka sraatlnf of aw tlma ap to tbt tall parlpd of twaatr raara allo»td br law la caaaa viara tha ptrlod aronid not mrt ru tb» ^rfT-'* lilt of tie stttlu. At a. atattlac el th* ftwlnraa ProUc Oo» Board a Utlar waa rteanitd from tkt Mttomg atoard, aaUac co-«MraUoa li a ratalatiaa to han. tka tma* Ja rabbits ?r rabbit prodaou prohibited la anr attaa-'ar farm.' Tf*. letter «t forth tbat-— , - ? , ? kdta *aT«17^7»00a Vha nariy Jbntto aw onlr «*rtk la.U9.MB. W*^ ittWtoaptttoT ant tha nkblt

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Cruiser Oleg HOW WAS SHE SUNK? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

Russian Cruiser Oleg mum sxt sum LONDON, 6aturdar.— The Admlr altr denies tbe Bolslievlli report that a British aubpisrluc saDk the Oleg (a Russian ember, of 0075 tons, earn ing 12 Oln. gum.) It is probable, the Admiralty stitea, that tlie Oleg struck a Bolshevik mine.

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISREPORTED HERTZOG REPUDIATES INTERVIEW South African Nationalists [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

MISREPORTED nwm RtruDum wterview South Africa. Natimulists CATETOWN. SJiturd»y.— Ccneral Hertrog has cabled frum Parts to the Acting Leader o! the Soatb Atrictn NallonalUts, in answer to. the Utters Inquiry In respect of a statement at tributed to the nratnamed. oenonii ucrttoj states tbat tbe re port of his predlcUon of civil var, If Ule Sontb African deputation were onstin-eagful In obtaining its Indepen dence, attributed to him In a 'New York 31ior»' laterrleir. Is untrue.

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAITHLESS MARQUIS Suit in Divorce Court Australian Wife Succeeds [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

fAITHLESS MARQUIS Suit in Divorce Court Australian Wife Succeeds LONDON. Saturday Evculnj.— The MniTfaioneiui Convnjgtisni, forn^ru Mls« Bt'ssle Tobln, an Australian, lias been (rronted a decree for rcstltutluu o( conjiifnl rlgtils npalnal her bus 1MDU, Hie Jtnrqul? Mt bcr la De-cmbcr. 1918, and subsequently 'rote refus ing to return to 1'T. a- h wn» llr \m with ;m'l]l-r unmnn. The Marqull of Conyngbara, before auc cctdlng to the title, married Id ism Mlti Beula Alice Tobli, daughter of the lute William Andrew Tobln.

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Headquarter's Removed [?] Appeal for Helpers At [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

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Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mercury for Influenza Sydney Doctor's Testimony [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

Mercury for liftoeua Sytey Dttitof's Testiawy Tkt Minister tor T*bllc Health as*t la to wbllah the following Ittler, wbtan ? k* kai received tram Dr. M. tV Veecb. ? . . MA. datad Juoa ?:- ? ''IJkt ether nedlral men, owe tarns tried i : '- all tkt 'carea- euggeeted far 'Bu; In ' :.. 4mA. at itmt» oh hts uatxkad at ewrv ' svsssJBy Bpoaen ot. i»arar caw only sa s~ tWtrwd by «tt«MlTa trial, and with that ; Cwjettt la view I am writing tfcla la-t- ttr. '?aadiac la an Italian Journal, bttorr . tas- pandemic arrlnd bart. of tha tarll , Uaart remits claimed ton th. use ot . ' tMnrgrrton, aoi vat panoada* to tin It s taoroogb tatt UntortonaUly. 'I- ?Oar tk* dot*, matted, aur preparation :* '«aaaX ni tteted. ? -' 'At Int. Ho., brdran. percnlor. br ^'«M«tk *aa triad, than bydrarg. perchtor. ?I -ja»)larilcallT. Brnallr eoiloMl taydrjr :;.Bna. latravetoosly, aa uaed br ft. ? -Attar mpmUmw of ertr two hnndred :::taaawli am. I am paraoadta of tkt -? -Tabu at awrcarr -? tka treattneat «1 f~*m.-M ?*...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEST RACE I EVER SAW The Finish of the Flying Welter at Canterbury Park in December Last Year Stands Out in the Memory of Mr. H. R. Evans, Gosford Club Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

BEST RACE I EVER SAW The Finish ot the Flying Welter at Canterbury Park in December Last Year Stands Out in the Memory of Mr. H. R. Evans, Gostord Club Secretary [?] ~ , ,, .. ',!: 11 II K«ii:». n-retary '*'.:.?'. ... . . :i. iilim nt ll'r. Tbiinas rift' i-ii St'irlers rl'.'-.'i -i. : .;jol-llii», »Jllle J.rwple k'hiIi.:.: - ??'??? I''1 al'Ptcntko A. Scott ''I'l.r : - -..i-i'l »us trained b-- J. w. Cifv-. : . ..' .M.-k ir.einor. who carries ? all'M l- a1. '? V»e was bnrn ou llie flay tlmt «„ :..,-u i:t.:7). »uu tbe Sydney Dr 1 by . 'F.itiMi u.ib frit Into thn atralght. coi'i-JnV 'f.i-i* ' ?'?JJl a hun.lrej yard» Ir-mi ihr !.:.;f'a Ijoi these tlirc-o began to C5.U It out. and no one knew what vouM «ln. The manner In which Kew plo larli'l It out BurpilacJ the ?pecta- trjine-l Ly J].*umy Iliinli at Mi- 1 L. Mh :?? 'm. In doubt until tl.e r- -i ?» |.d-.-l I'.ad. nlille Ke'.pk. ''?[';„ 'a -? .:.! :i'«i,' tunre «way third ' Like One Horse The Mulsh was plujtocrrphi' 1. JM Ihv ai'cmeiy of ...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENING Information and Hints The Best Climbing Roses [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

GARDENING Information and Hints The Best Climbing Roses This colomn ]? »-rltten »peel«l)y for the 'Sunday Jfaera' by Mr. W. H. tfoul.l, ml will upnear every wsek. 4oea- tlons, which muit be addn»ed to tho Editor, 'SnndaT ' «t».,- will be answer, 1. Climbing Fn.u Karl Dru.chkt | RriBlikB ? Anslrallan Beaaty :i'. »''.ll tlir-Jvli If.- 1.I.U.-1,. 1 ',1 a . . ? . ??! E-ni'r'ally i.f . - ' I ? .?? : .,i. ? .,: ?! .' : ; sp-li.n* 'B.'i.M-.f' t'r» lii'.'r'.-.l-' ?.-,ii '' ' tip;-! 1 jrk :o :????. . r n», ,,., »,.i ??* ; i'^'n.-i-'ar.''* ni'':;' ?.„',',;;?' r','i'.::i MaV'n!!. :t. lirrt POflll'i'in' I- .iJ:«' it Climnlna; Ororeea Schwartz Although t'jls la culled n cll-.ler. I! low ri'M- It o-'.-i: ;n-. 1 u:'h tIr ^ell ZrpMHne l)io,,hiu Tt.H ri.se was 'nul tb- laai f. « .'. .irs ui.,I«»pI m ^e» South \v»l-« ?» M«.la.:i' An.lie llnroo, and was «-i mi 1 ., misreading of thu l.il' 1 l.y ilw -Mni cianiu.a 'rlltt this n;i:rultd ;.'? Rosy Morn TI111 Im.'ly pink UlTlIln T--ke lib y.-t In lhla Slut...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

The Direct Furnishing 238 Pitt-street once again offers many lines of Furniture at Below Cost Price. We. arc aval : that tUuere -n qnlet at the present, hence thia extra ent in loes. We mnet have roan, and we hnve £.1000 worth of Furniture which unit be cleared before 'torlfljiliinf;. Before jo* era* yoar furniture, pnjr a vl.lt to out Showroom*. Amaze tie Jour linn of Cb»p Furniture we offer are included the faltowlmc Barcalm: 4tt. CHJLrTMASt MISSION mfrJ.n nn. a ..-? o-t!|r.. wllh r.lrt 1***1 mirror er-4 hwrf Bl. an. CIRCULAR MISSl'.N :?,:?-.??. m ynffc. at UI. OAK OCCASIONAL t*iii.i:« ':? ?. ? i ? „,?* i: , i* i: i. OAK BEDROOM SI'ITt ».'n r.' . .,.] „,„., ir u.riroba ana Drefanv Tal-l.. wit* SEST SLTER. U^L.i:f ~' II; .V1-71N1 KLNNKH. a'l S*i and 1,1 p*r rarfl. KIBI MATTING SQUARES AT A MTTIJ5 OVER HALr PRICEI Urn' iii'mir or jiuinr- :u:. 7»rcSTBV. ajcminsteb. 'a vei,vi:t ril.E cahpet I ONLY FCTE ot BtST 'ckailli WARB 'n »r»t Minim™ rxitrj. «ont £1'.,-, To HfNDRFps OF- OTHER t-I...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY NEWS SERIAL STORY THE CLOUDS BETWEEN [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER XIV. REFUSAL AND ITS RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

^SUNDAY NEWS SERIAL STORY^ THE CLOUDS BETWEEN By Eileen and Ellice Crane Auit'76 ? : ? rirrr. :tc ' 'Be Eure Tout Bin,' 'Arna of V..- V ? ', ? - ? ; . .»r n^r Huebantl'i Thumb,1* etc., z\i. ICOPTHrGUT] riMPTKB XIV. niiFTSM- AND ITrt UESULT. L- . (iinn % «r«la nut. Uer* *V 'at 'ui'ii'Vii tnn'r-rn«.1. »ai dechlcJly Ihul ^ mairi.ige tia 1 bren trrans*^ aQJ tic'-iM «!(orilv ta-c-? i^iaca' b«t*^ep Delia, m,w rt:ni«)itpr nt Sir Anthony Cb»vr%i. Matt c! Cbcvr«l Tourt. near nrnolng loo. aii4 RH-haM Tranter. Efiijuirft, ot AuitraUa. Alan iiD«t em (led crnlcillr at the Ford Ing or Ilili 1rU paracrspb. but tbnt enill* bad -p^,nif .Jk-i awir vbto bin ty^s r«-II or tbat.Kbicb followed It. Another mar nape hid also breo ar- ranged and would ibortiy take ptac« be tweco Marjory, only dautbtrr of Oliver Eretlne BffDLbom. Epqulre, of th« Old Mill House, and 5 Upper Dank-street, &4DntnsioQ. ar.d Mac Cbevra., ooly ha of thv arorrsald Sir Anthonj Ch^vral. Birt., of Cfaerrat Court, ocar DcaotDj T...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

INFLUENZA Send For the. Doctor and Go to Bed The Public is warned not to take any chances with the Influenza Epidemic, but to send for the doctor and go to bed. There is no need to dwell on the awful havoc this Epidemic is causing. Its effects are too well known. If you have an attack of the real Influenza your digestion will be a wreck, your head, legs and back will ache, your heart action may be affected, and you will have a temperature. These conditions need the attention of a skilled nudical attendant. It behoves every member of the community to so look after their general health to prevent if possible becoming infected with this deadly germ, and to accomplish this no better remedy could be taken than Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. They are a searching cleansing remedy. They are mild in their action, but highly effective in cleansing the system of all impurities and pre venting germs getting a chance to incubate. Petroleum Oils, Salts, Tonics and other so called remedies are of ...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKETERS "GONE WEST" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

CRiChtTERS 'GONE WtST' H ? . r; u ,? -,n 'W.^i'^'s Cruieten' ,f l:....' ^ ' l,.r :?'?'. tin- ej.tor. Mr. 6y« ,. v ii i'.,i ?..'., L ?,-- thi. is tin last ??i,:a!.. r !)..?! »:ll ???er runie out In »uch i' I. ...I i,j,i. An.l so hi all ol us wna 1 'It. mi.-wl ih ot coarse. Hut tbe book. : uia .Jrv:ve.l .1'. all Ih.'Se Iblt lev yean. [ A .'iW'-liF i«.t« spa..., baa had to a* l:ijl-. J bej'n^ri.ik:ns to lovers of tba I *a '.:.,? 'i .-I'lllyll -. Ifuli nli:*-. I'oolb. AI i Iirrl llattley. ^liwarl, Wlllitm Tyldes | ley, 1; i\ Wliitc, Cc.ter. II. IJ. Gamut. w' W. tldcll. W. U. tlums. an eleven I rrr vttlcb could L-ite KIU'D pli'nty ol tT'iiMe to any i.Jra i^iUM* to-day. !(? eallel hit ty;-lst to all office. 'Ulea K, \ :.;).- uu ur, -i- neatly ao4 you have a ' ».,:?::,„!'?!....?.„' 1..!.. ! 3i:jW »Ji) that 1 ' i.iu s-utl.'.u : :?!.? r.- to rniay compli ment!.' 'I c-L* Kint to put TO* la a rherrlul frame ??! minj belore UklaC O (l.e l-at'.ir of your fnclllsc «Dd punctual tlun.'

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRENCH WAR ORPHANS WHO ARE KEPT BY N.S.W. PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

FRENCH WAR ORPHANS WHO ARE KEPT BY N.S.W. PEOPLE ?J'bnnVa to II11: jteiierusU.v nf her cltlzesi New So-ti. W«!ei !mb 1-ccd able to relic re Fran^ or sorao tunall aliaro of - rr beavy burden. In pruvlillnc for ber millions' of war orphans. Id the aiwr, picture ore shown some of fie f-oy« gathered (n on« of the homes ronli.ln'nM hr 'inirlhiiilon' from tlio Frame's Dny Fur.iJ of 101T. Tout fund U now «ln.ost exhausted, and to keep tbe Auntmllrtn orv-'-.;.tinges In Prnnco p.'.i c f.-r nw. :\wt y.-nr »r ►-- H Is :.r..i»- ed i.i niilf nn p.;.\m-.u on July 14, the national day of Frnnre, for further funds. Crippled os sle Is now, France Is unnble 10 support unnMed tier UenTT lmnV'ti- A'i ?? f'-.A.-'.i,: hy ;i;|,. ir:::.n«. !! u.:i !»- s.ii.. nw 1» f..rw »h^ Ivcglns to reap from the Bodies the fruits of her hanl-won vlcmrr.

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Now and Then [Newspaper Article] — Sunday News — 22 June 1919

Abu; an«i 77ie/i U rulUIKU t-; U» wiksi m». ?Th«re la ao ftwl Ilka an old fool.' '1 don't k&ow. Tbere'a the jouqz fool Ifcit cuarnea «n old IodI.' 'Wher* ara jou golni, John' 'lo rail* ilia wind.' 'Wbai tar'1 'To mart e dra/t.' Firat SolJler (In rciUuranl : .!o*'e jour etc B1IIT strand Solllcr: I'll match -o» to ??? who goea back for the gaa maeki. Mre. Platbuah: Whit new Hc-p waa thit jou *ere trjlni l»« uljhtr Jlr. Platbueb: Ihat'i tbe f.oett .Up. DHa-t jou erer ,e. lit Mrc. rutliueh: 1 never erne a tcoie do It before. 'Pa, rbat la a BoeUlletV 'A fiorlailtL. tuj bor. It a uid vbo thlDKe he ouihL to have at nuch ai jou hare.' 'But aoppmlni he If earolBf more Han rou art, d»J«' 'Them mr bor. be eaatet to ta ? Bo cUllat.' Off.rer: Bat aurelj 7ou, a tclllloTntlre. bare little to compltlQ about. Monition HaEo-le: Ob. I dost know. Tbe niuitl-mimocalm trnt -i like to much dirt. 'P'opla won't believe I'm a arnica baraula I fit m, bllli.' 'Pan It off at tbe irrralrlrll) ol 'Wot'e t...

Publication Title: Sunday News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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