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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

, UBSHED, EVERY SATURDAY., a:'or oinnia Vincit. , i ' C t f O O b] i 1O1D.NT . iejcted, comnrwunicationa cannot beo returined ndter aly ci,icrcu ,stances whatever. o notice ce.r, tpen of ano+nlous corn nu nications. ;veru leotter mnust be accomn. 'pianted by' " theo' name and address of the ,writer, not redessarily for publication, but I as a guarantee of good faith. !To avoiEZin'onvehience andl delay to persons intiprasted r woIave to Igltest that ill bustiness cornmitnnicatio4,, including; advertisements, ordtrs for It* ~ paper, and renittances, bo ad Sdiessed to a trr'nTI do& SrAivN; antd not to tia ElDt'to6i : I'E Aanvianeisscutainj in all casesto 64 prepaid. Letters and other communicatiot i (ittletiddZ for i .,itrton in the nows polutpns should be , adlhtlsed to thq ~ditor.

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

The Ballara, ?tar reports th the, t?ut ired somie yeara ago at hoEldounar d doingt well, and'hi 'obbasioiidllysedii ii''the' lake in front of the house. :": ', ir , Pl uro-pnoumonia is raging: ;betwepn Barksted and Bungareeo. The cattle affegted can, the Ldt says, bhe pointed'oit, 'nsome of theii'r'he' statjd"to b' so~adfliattili'is shanieful to'let themn live.' .i n, : 'In the Roger. Kelsall will case of' Wilson v.,Shppherd, whoh was recestly,dq ided,' favor of the defendant, the'Geelntg A 4vrtiscr uaderstands tliat the plintiff'iilt iids'hidv, irig fof aw h6w trial ' Fres' oevidenh ebof -'ac important oharacte'r has come:to!light."-:ý :;i3 Mr. Lockwood, who was buried "?:ittfe debris of the Rosemary Branch ,hotel,,died in the, Geblong' Hospita, from:conoussioh of the brain,'": :, ctivei preparations are. being made:.tO removq the children, at. present. lobated, in the Industrial School buildings adjacept, to thid'Princes-bridge barracks. 'At' at meeting of the Uui~i~ itoda ionc!l ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

GENERAL NOTICE. THE Merctury is published every Saturday Morning. Persons wishing to have ithe paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged: 1. per quarter, payable in advance; by postle. 6d. per quarter. i ., .. The quarter commences on the first Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. T-.ho.Editor, will be obliged for 'inform-,. ation-more especially relating to l6cei matters. .... SCALE FOR ADVERTISING... Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6d. Offioial and Election Advertisements, ,4 r 1* * ?erhlinsertion, per inch . 2s.-6d. wVant places, Servants, Houses and SLandt for Sale or to Lot; Articles for Sale or Exchange, Miscel laneous, Missing Friends, &o., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and , Marriages ... ... ls..Od. To:. ADvznTIsaE.- Noteice .o wdirav advertisements must be givej in writing. THE Mercury can be obtained from any of the followinr'agents !-Saibscriptibn" ls. per quarter.' " G.. CAnNEL, ... 1...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

WOOL z WOOL I WOOL I GO TO WHOLESALE AND BETAIL TOY"-& FANCY REPOSITORY, Berlin wool 4d. per dozen. Fingering Woolps s. 6d. to 5s. per lb. Sarey of lotrs at v MRS. HIGGENS' FANOY REPOSITORY, 149 SMITH STREET, FITZROY. Braiding Blocks in great variety. Patterns Stamped on every Material for Braiding. Pinking done. Berlin Wool in great variety of colors. Registry Office for Servants. Agent for Coutts' guaranteed Acetic Acid, also Robinson's Universal Cement. J. I. FRASER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TINSMITH, 889 SMITH -STREET,: FITZROY, Opposite Essey street. All kinds of Jobbing executed. Orders punctually attended to. THOMAS E. VERGA, COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL PRINTER, :PAPER-BAG MANUFACTURER, Grocers' Stationer, do,, 78 RUSSELL STREET, MELBOURNE. BOOTS ! BOOTS! Why buy your boots anywhere else P Citizens, stndy your pockets, and come to W. RICHARDS, .. Opposite Wesleyan Church, 143 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. I~ yofi want flrs.class Boots and Shoes you will find them at T. PETERS 74 ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

-IkM PER IAL FIRE. INSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON. Capital:. ONE MILLION, SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND; POUNDS, (.1,600,000)., Rates Moderate. ' 'Security Ample. Losses Paid in Melbourne. 58 sLLINS STREET WEST. ABLTON MUTUAL PEPMANENT 1 ·BUILDING SOCIETY. Established 1869. Incorporated 1875. President.JoHN. CURTAIN, Esq., M.P. Seoretary-=Mr. JAMES CLARKE. Investing shares are issued daily, "A25 each. Fortnightly subscription, one shil ling peir share. GuaranteedInterest 8'per cent., with share of surplus profits. SExample of oi0harea of 6 years duration :1 Cash paid ... ...... 78 0 -0';' I?nterest credited ... ... 21' . 8 Bonuses credited ... ,.;27,; 6 8 Totalatecredit: .... 126 18+. 4 Borrowers' share of profits 'have hitherto equalled 20 per' cent. of iiiterest payable for loan.. Deposits received' at highest current rates, with' equitable arrangements for withdrawal. * Olzrts=m 2 COLLINS STREET WEST, Melbourne. MR.: T. .ANDERSON, Planoforte, Harmonium and Englsah Con. Sertina Tuner. Teacher...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE IRRESISTIBLE PERSUADER. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

THE IRRESISTIBLE PER SUTADER. GOD touchesa the lips of the sincere man, as Moses smote the rook, and thenceforth doctrines the most elevated and consolations the most graceful flow forth to the multitudes famishing in the deserts of the earth. He toils without rancour, and sees the aspiring around him soar without envy, never more happy than when the- laurels of more fortunate competitors cast a shadow upon his own brow. He lives only for. the glory of his Maker, and the advent of superior talents is to him a cheering prophecy of the speedy realization of his most ardent desires. In a nobler sense than was originally expressed, he magnanimously exclaims, 'Sparta has ,many a nobler son than I.' At the !voice of such a man, and in his presence always, sentiments arise in the common 'heart of mankind which are worthy of Ianswering to his own; he fascinates all by his sincerity, and moves everything by the strength of the convictions with which he is inspired. To him may be applied what...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY—THURSDAY, MARCH 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

FITZROY-Thursday, March 30th. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M,, McLean, Marsden, Woodhead, and Bennetts Bamber v. Bamber.- Dismissed. Fitzroy Council v. Henry Cross.-Post poned for a week. Same v. Bailey.- Flagging account due, amounting to £4 14s 4d. Order for amount with 2s 6d costs. Dawson v. Dawson.-Work and labour done, amounting to £4 10s 9d. Order for amount with 5s costs. Ballinger v. Hickey.Summons for work and labour done. It apppears that Hickey employed a man named Cameron to repair the roof of his house. Cameron employed Ballinger , who finished the work and was paid for it. Some extras were done which Cameron would not pay for, Ballinger sued Hickey, and got a verdict for the amount, £1 8s with 10s costs. Anne Munro was charged with keeping a disorderly brothel at No. 97 Napier Street. Mr. Edwards appeared for the defendant, And asked for an adjournment till Thursday next, which was granted; defendant find. ing bail for her appearance in the sum of £50, or. two surieties...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XLV. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

CHAPTER XLV. Oun story draws to a close; and, again passing over some distance of time and space, we present our readers with a portion of-the 6bntoeaths' ofthiroe letters, which, ?hielgatledr-?ng up aud;1gnitiog t~ib?,4,?r? ? sl. of;,r na!tive, may servez lho as fatthful, specimens each.in its way-o2 ' many hundreds pf epistles 'conveye4to expectant', friends at home,, by ev-ery mail from the land wberp our scenes have been laid. :We are at liberty to suppose thit',lht.fol. lowing communications, reached the 1Engljsh:.villgewhlich isFrank Layton's birthplace at about the, same;;tiýne,. ,~md not a great while ago,::. . . t : "Mn~. o . eNGTQN,-,.Dear sir. You were B dnd enough.to give me leave to write :toyou, toletyou know: how; I am getting' ri; 'aVfd- as I ha+n"the 'ol portunityn Of 'sending post.d'fer'oby a gentle'mat' wlb'ho~'bi he'hBti6i good many' years,. ,and isi now goiig' baikol I write a fewhlines. . ,,! ..' " What I say is, let everybodyr 'peak as they find it. ',Letall t...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WINNER OF THE COLLINGWOOD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

THE WINNERt 61'O i: ,(iOL ING00W D Wa haveo.no more difliolty inn findinglour way there, tha' 'if.'we had' boon in, search of the chicken departument at the'Agricultural Fair. The cluck, cluck.of tho.hon, 'and the chirp chirp of the chicklings being synonym. ouq,with tho youthful.' ontrioes" and their owners exclamations of juvenile hunger and matoerii?~iJ ' .-""' ' --. ,es entered the tent,, with; a, high-born resolve to onicountor throe "consus in creasers" with a kindly eye, and a bosom swelling like a,;newly elected' M.P., with patriotic ,gralittide.;. : As we handled : the twousixponnys :rdquisite, I. 'hinted'as to . preference for "the Grand Stand," when Nilio ;looked; up, and with. a tug at my loft paget poloket, symphoned. " that it was Not cup day." There they lay, and dofled any such trash as IIorods, in all conceivable attitudes,:' and quite .indifferent as : to whether they were caressed up or down; or = patted ' cross.eyod, or ir a i sihothering6 sort of way by their dr...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, MARCH 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

COLLINGWOOD, Manon 28TH. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M?, Eades, lidney,'Walker, and Marsdon. Two boys, named Lacey and Sims, were charged with larceny of 'blankets, spurs; candlestick, and rat traps, from the dwell ing-place :of, two men in the employ of Lony, a.. dairyman. The boys gob 1 hour imprisonment, and were sent to the reform atory till they were 17 years of age. ,,Charles Francis was charged at the instance of his wife with deserting her. He was arrested at Mordialloo, where he was working. He stated he was always willing to support her, but would have nothing to do with her sons, who came into his house and beat him. The bench dismissed the case. . Maria M'Taggart was charged with being drunk and disorderly. She got fined se. or 24 hours. Catherine Daley was charged with being drunk and disorderly. She got fined 6s. or 24 hours. George Smith was charged with larceny from the person of a man named Perrin. It seems that Smith and Perrin had been drinking together, and they ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, APRIL, 1, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

S ATURDAY, APRIL, 1, 1876. Tio ong-conitlnuod drought hli brioken at liast. Since. Chrstmnas *wook. the rains .have easiarcoly beon inord thah sufficoent to woet the surfaco of the ground. The couuntiy lits'boel pluaroihd and like a barrotl wAisto. lFood for ednttlo wvas' scrco, g4iu the h'nifopiaico of both man and': beast .was bodecoming i 'seriousl iquestion. , :So 'baked) aind hairdened 'i ?was 'the g`gound idhat the farmericould not work, and preparation -or sad ~tie d not be,carried on. Withpolitical and social, disturbances, there were looming ;ip the danger of a climatal.evil.: But the latter 'evil,' we are 'happy tos'iay, nppearp' to be dis pelled. Under the benevolent ;. dis penshtion of Providenc th genial early rains have set in, and now we have the prospect, of a good time so::(far , as weather is concerned.' The, husband man!miiy'urn i ver "tho' `aiih'earth, 4?id the moisture penetratingt~ ti)e .oil depths will give fertility and ai,, the ohemical:,properties ..necesar...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, MARCH 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

..POLICE . PITZEOY-MOsNDAY, M.anc 27th. Before Messrs. Mahony (Mayor), Falconer, and Marsden. Mary Dalton, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 40s. or 14 days. Richard' Davis, charged with using ob scene language, was fined 12s. 6d. or 48 hours imprisonment. William Mahony, charged with insulting behaviour, was fined 20s. or 7 days im prisonment. . Fanny Kerr was charged with being a. vagrant and her children neglected. She was also charged with being in a brothel or of being the keeper of one. Her children (two) being in a terribly diseased state from natural causes. A constable said that there were only two rooms in the house, and they were occupied by four women, a man, and two children. Mrs. Benson, the occupier of the house, said that her husband kept Mrs. Kerr. Constable' Mann said that the man was more like a cranky man than one fit to maintain four women. Fanny Kerr was sent to gaol for 12 months' with hard labour, while her two children were sent to the Indus...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

r' eublic Compeaiae. EVERY MAN OUGHT TO INSURE AGAINST FIRE. THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM. DIRECTORS. Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. Vice.Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., J.P. J. L. M'Clure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. Hon. C. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson, Esq. Head OfBoe: No.1 Market-square, Collins at., Melbourne. WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Seoretary, This Cominnyj covers the riak of explosion from, Gas. .THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, ,LAND, AND In vestment Association. Registered under" Friendly Societies' Statute" 1865.' SH ARES £25 .EACH. Entrance Fee, One Shilling per Share. Fortnightly Subscription, is. per Share. Offers remarkable inducements to INYV"ESTOR S ,i The most liberal terms to BORROWERS, And the following,rates of Interest to E POS ITORS In sums of £1 and upwards: 12 Months ... 8 per cent. per annum, 6 ,, ... , , 8 ,, .... 6 .r ,, Pay-day-Every alternate Moindy. OFFICE: 62 COLLINS STREET W...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 1 April 1876

FRANK LA YTON': (AN AUSTRALIrN STOBY.) SBY,' G.- E., SARGEANT. (FRoM "LEISURE noUn.") IT~was while threading their way, then, through this 'outskirting encampment that they crossed'the'path of a'man who seemed in some haste, and. whom, by the light of a near fire,' Percy at once recognized as a doctor with whom he had formed a kind of neighbourly ac quaintance. The recognition was mutual; and the practitioner 'laid his hand .on Percy's arm. "I am glad: I have met,,with you," he said hastily. "I wish you 'would step; out of your way a few hundred' yardsi;and go with'me.". '" Certainly, if you wishit;' but it is time all sober people were in bed doctors excepted, of course." . . "'I do wish'it. The- fact.is, 1I amp going to visit a queer kind of patient; bi't we can talk as we in'ove along. Your friends will go with us?" Clinton and Barnes assented, and the party stopped on rapidly. " A queer kind of patient, as I was saying," continued the doctor; "he is pretty near the end of this l...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE PARADE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 8 April 1876

ON THE PARADE. To TrE EDITO1o OF THEa maIoQUZr. Snm,-I would call the attention of the lo police to, an evil that eoxists to an alrmng' extent on the Victoria, parade. e' days,are now begining to shorten very pidly, and night spreads her dusky, mantle ely;, it.is then that those who have the sfortine, in' returning from their daily or iii the 'city, to pass down the parade, aaccotbd at every few yards by wrinkled, 'wtherod.ookiing hags (reminding one of the aiibus 'witches' who are supposed to have ' it Mioboth) in terms of endearment; and f their cddial invitations are not responded tin a manner suitable, to them, the ears o assailed with ae torrent of abuse and vile preeations. 'Now, sir, a 'great many of y fellow-men are of nevous tminperaments d rather' thari"face such beings go very nsiderably out' of their route, which I c nsider rather 'hard on them.' If the I spector of police' would place a constable o two ion"the' above 'pliae in plain clothes w th orders' to: i rrest" soc...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 8 April 1876

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily ondorso the opinions of our correspondonts. To THU EDITOR OF TIs EllrOUrWY. Stn,--I bog to draw the attention of the Local Board of Health through the valuable columns of your paper, to the present dis gracofultbordition of that part of the town lying betwoeen Smith and Brunswick streets, and Rose and Reilly streets.' Since the late heavy rains the hollow lying between the abbve.namod streets has been filled with water,' and the numerous oarcases of dead anlimals deposited there have floated to the surface, and I can assure the gentlemen who o6bnpose the Board that the Oxhnl. ations omitted therefrom are anythlng but 'healthy. Surely the owner of the land might be compelledto abate the nuisance, or the persons: who deposit the noxious matter there stopped from so doing. The place is a disgrace to the "Model r'own" and ap. proaohes more the condition of 1Eastern oities than any resident in the locality would wish. I truset, sir, that the subject ...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLINGWOOD, APRIL 4TH. Before Messrs. Templeton, P.M., Walker, and Marsden. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 8 April 1876

COLaNCWOOdP, AaPiL H.. Before Messers; Tmpleton, P.M.; Walker, and Marsden. A· wop nn ngind Annie Smith, carrying a "hild in her arms, was charged with having i'b la'fal visabile means of stipport;. She was ounid by the constable in an empty house, where she went for shelter for her child who was, ill. The bench sent her to gaol for a month. ;Thos. Batten, a seemingly hard-working stonemason, was charged with threatening the life of his wife. The old, old tale was told by, the woman of the drunken habits of her husband, and the cry of the children for the bread which they could not get. This man has been.charged before with using threatening language. Prisoner said that he would, be willing to allow his wife snaintenance if she desired to be separated from .him. The bench made an order against him. for 20s per week, payable into court. 'John Bayne was fined So with 10s Od costs for putting up a fence without giving notice to the City Surveyor ..,. James Brown was fined lo0s for bein...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLLA PODRIDA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 8 April 1876

OLLA PODRIDA. The Ovens and Murray Advertiser believes that the soecond section of the oeeohworth' branoh line will be completed fully sit months within contract time which does not expire until March 31, 1877. The Bouth Australian Register undorstande that "a writ has boon issued, and is about to,bo served, on Mr. James White, J.P., for alleged fraud at a silo of waste lands by, auction on October 14 last," The Gorman Parliamont's opposition to Ptinco pismarok is considered to bo inoroea ing. They only voted a modified consent to the Pennl Code Amendment Bill, and, eonesdtcant : on the revolations male, the Mrpim 4JausQ W o rrjebted. man named Rixon has been arrested at Miryborough,' Quoonslsnd, on suspioloni of in murdered his wife. At thd police-' cohrt investigation held on. the 20th inst.,' hd, says the Brisbane Tle~jraph, "doelared' thit he saw the ghost 'of? the murdered wbman who deosoribed to him the manner 'ofheor death. He 'says he 'tlientold the p9liie,'and' hence he,was...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. WHAT IS LIFE? [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 8 April 1876

POETRY. WHAT. I LIFEP?. A little crib:beside the bed, A little face above th 'spread, ; A little frock behind the door. A little shoe upon the floor. A little lad with dark brown hair, A little blue-eyed face and fair, A little lane that loads to school;' A little pencil, slate and rule. A little blithesome, winsome maid, A' little band within is laid; A little cottage, acres four, A little old-time household store. ' A little family gathered round; A little turf-heaped, tear-dowed mound; A little added to his soil; A little rest from hardest toil. A little silver in his hair,; A little stool and easy ohatr; 'A little' night'of earth-lit gloom;'"' . 'A little cortege to the 6mb'.

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 8 April 1876

• DRAPER &c R POYNTER 88 0're" 88 POYNTER,'S SIiEAP DRAPERY,. ?,, ,: !.ESTABLISHMENT,, . :{ ;88. S h i-?slr tf, Ooling. WOod. i,; .:,! , ,,: . 'SCOTTISH",,.. .. THE:'GREAT, CURE ?FOR' RHEUMATISM ,* I GOUT "'G OU ?;,,:,":.,,"I,:.:, :. ,"';.:NE' RAL( IA ,,~ ''SD4')TL S K 'DISEASES. Hud ? b, testimonials from all, parts of 4lieoiathy prove 'to erbmediid Propertiesi of this truly Wonderful Oil. Sold by, a11 r til' ohemiitst: and store-keepers: Sg'. .'throughout the Colonies. :Wholesal;: ~Agent for Victoria, 5outh, Aus .'tr.lia a.ind Ne :Zealand :: I .THOS. DRGAN,, 60FLINDERS' LANE W:, MELBOURNE. ,"85", BARILY STRIET, CARlTO ,, MRS, .GREIG'S : BREG'IST RY OFFICl, 87 BRUtN1SWIKiC. ST., FITZROY. ;Ms ?J . 9AYI 12, VICTORIA v'PARADE, MELBOURNE. i" c-;.Fe door- af • Q Dr. Brownliass Board an idonco for amilles-Moderato. NI'L DESPERAND UMI A C?RTAIN OUBE ?BPEOTED BY TAKING .. ' AUMONT'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS Tmas remedy will be found very beneficial in oases of Rheumatism. Rheumatic...

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