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A SOLILOQUY, (not Hamlet's.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

A SOLILOQUY, (not Hamlet's.) ! To be, or not to be, that is the question : Whether 'tis wiser for a cit, to travel Enceasingly the road thatleads to fortune ; Or u> take arms in our bran-new Militia, And, by enlarging, aid it?-To serve;-to inarch ; Ay more ;-and by a smart dress fitted well Display those charms of symmetry and form j Some flesh is heir to,-'tis a consummation ] Devoutly to be wish'd To serve j -to march ! To march! perchance to fight-;-ay, there's the rub-; For in that unknown fight what wounds may come, Cold steel between thc ribs, or musket ball, Must give us pause : In that respect, Howe'er, we hare good promise of long life : Then who would wear the brown or blue surtout, The fustian coat, the horseman's corduroys, The hat of ample brim, the airy blouse, The winter leather leggings, or the pumps Which from his feet at night the dandy takes, When he himself might an Adonis make With a red jacket ? Who would follow stock, Or toil and bargain amid casks and bale...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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MUNICIPAL COPORATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

MUNICIPAL COPORATIONS- . The following is the advice of the Sydney Monitor upon the subject of these Muuictpal Corporations. We advise the inhabitants of Sydney to festal to the utmost of their power, any Corporation wherein the corporators or alderman,or managers, (that ts to say, those who will dave charge off be public purse) shall be elected bj any other made than by toe ballot. We give ibis advice for two reason* :-First, a practical one, namely, that it' the people ot Sydney vote far corporators bj poll, or open vote, instead of by ballot or private vote, all tn« shop keepers will be at the mercy of all and every the Bank Directors, and their creditors, and their landlords; and the corporators or purse holders, will not only be a corrupt ne t of jobbers in th< public raonry, but as Cobden a sed to say. they will be a junta of ni -ney lenders, a vutgai morned aristocracy; they will bor ow the public money at 10 per cent, and lend it again to the payers at 25 per cent...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ONE MORE MELODY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

ONE MORE MELODY. I i Oh, thc sight entrancing, When morning's beam is glancing O'er oar Brigade, Of Adélaïde, And steeds on the green sward .prancing j . When hearts are bumping, beating, I And the trumpet's voice repeating That song, whose breath Leads not to death, And cannot to retreating ! Oh the sight entrancing, When morning's beam is glancing O'er oar Brigade, . Of Adelaide, All stashing, firing, lancing ! They wear not the white feather, Far ask their captain, whether The older lands Could bring such bands Of gallant lads together r Leave stores to those who need'em, And cows to those who breed'em, Leave such to slaves These rush where waves Oar glorious flag to lead'em. Á shuttle suits the iVeaver , The Butcher wields a cleaver The sword alone Suits :----> Own" The sword, iud cap, or beaver. Oh that sight entrancing, When the morning's beam is glancings O'er our: Brigade Adelaide, . . '<5ainat, who -latowi "irnst ? sSvaniyig I .

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PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

i PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. FLOUR is steady at oar quota,«ions. By the «st advices hom Sydney* aa advance of £6 per «on bes .aken place. Waich will «beck ali <ar«nef decline io thai ?ri<c<e be*e« As ln»ge importa .ioos are e'-n~cted, the prices mast eventually .ail. Fi.sl £40 lo £45. Second-, £$0 .o £35. SUGAR ba« h?eo sold at £34 per le i »nd the dem?od is stead?. The aroove rp»oîa.îo«» rs lbs ate.a;e foi' midolío* tfntiiiiea, «bile the fines may be qi.oied ar £2 higher., TEA mai Ú tains ils price, bot «ny materia? la críele o-' ¿fae present m'ock «¡ll most lik-e'y ?».¡og' >i ùowo PS liie price bas given way io S}doeyr £i0 <.o £»2 perches; SPir-iS,-The demand is steady atoar rfiv latióos. Blandy, 10» »o 12s,tam ls lo 9s Od per ¿ellon in <)o«id. W i ives.-No alteration bas taken p'a-e in these. G DOC« nine io boi.de is H I ways in s eat drmp.id ai high prices. For .h; valve »I '-he diße.eui quat t ¿'.es see oar pike carient i» *h...

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LAUNCESTON MARKETS—April 9. Union Steam Mills. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

.LAUNCESTON MARKETS-Af > il^ I Union Steam Milts, s. d s. d. s. (J. s. J Wheat 11 n<o13 6 ,J Oat« 4 6 lo S 0 Bigley O O 0 j Ma-ze 0 0 »« 0 0 Pollard -Î6" 0 0 I B<ao 1 6 « 0 0 Floor, first quality, per 20001bs 34/ Ditto, second.quality, do. 321 Ditlo, ration do., do. UTI .Bm CB ER S UR AT. d. Beef, joint 8 I Mutton, joint ....carcase 7 I ....carcase Veal 8 I Poik liSmb, 4s 6d per quarter. The wheat market du ri og1 the week has been brisk, though extensive sales have been few ; . «mall parcels have been purchased at from tis io I2s 6d., aod opon (he whole the market bas evin 1 ced a decided tendency to advance-from what cause we cannot determine. Recent advices «rom Sydney quote wheat at ils to 12s 6d per bushel ; but, we believe, (here was none for sale, and (hat price must have been I merely nominal. Knowing* bow the trade in 1 wheat is often times managed at Sydney, we are : doubtful if los per bushel could be realized fer a quantity if now fo>warded to...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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The Southern Australian. Quid rerum atqne decent curo, et rogo, et omnisin hoc sum---HOR. EP., lib. I, ep. I, v II. ADELAIDE: THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1840. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

gpjje Sotttljtrn amstraîtatu Quid rerum atqne decent aero, et rogo, et omnisin hoc tum--'Hna. Kp., lib. I, ep. I, v ll. ADELAIDE .- THCHSDAV, MAY 7, 1840. TO OUR KLADERS. Lv future, the Southern Australian, \ will be published ou TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, and not as heretofore on THURSDAYS only. The proprietor has been led to make this alteration, with a view to the convenience of the 1 public, fruin whom he has enjoyed so large a measure of patronage and support. The next issue of this Journal will, therefore, he on Tuesday next. lt will be the object of the con ductors of the Southern Australian to secure the latest and most authentic information upon every subject, whether of general or commercial in terest,-so as to enable them contin ually to place their readers in advance of the ordinary sources of intelligence. To effect this object-so desirable and important in a Public Journal-no ex pence or exertion will be spared. This journal,-as it always has been,-will still be open to all...

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ABSTRACT of Receipts and Expenditure of the Colonial Government for the Quarter ending 31st December, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

ABSTRACT of Receipts and Expenditure of the Colonial Government for the Quarter ending 31st December, 1839. RECEIPTS. 5)94 12 6 107 2 ll 290 .6 0 98 0 0 4 18 0 ->- 5694 Ki Quarterly transfer from ?*nd Fond . 3000 -0 0 Proceed s of biiisdrawnonCommissrs. 17175 2 0 From J B.HaokandCo.forbrigfiaptd 2128 15 4 ?From Colonial Storekeeper, proceeds of sale of stores. 72 5 6 Advance from Bank of Sooth Australia 15000 0 0 interest ondailv balance in Bank.. 5 17 2 --.37382 <© HEVEN OE Costónos .. .., Postage . Fines and Fees Licences . - ,. Permits Total Receipts... £43ö76 19 EXPENDITURE. -CIVIL Governor's Establishment . ( 370 0 0 Colonial Secretary's Department.. * 137 10 0 Department of Colonial Treasurer Accountant General, and*CoIIec tor of Internal Revenue. 197 10 0 Customs Department. 1073 5 7 Auditor General ................ 37 10 0 Postmaster General's Office, inclu ding conveyance of mails and rent of office. 119 19 8 Colonial Surgeon. SO 0 0 Harbour Master's Departmen...

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PRICE CURRENT OF COLONIAL WOOL. For Australian Flocks. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

PRICE CURRENT OF COLONIAL WOOL. For Australian Flocks. Ist rate combing. none 1st ,, clothing in fa r condition I IO " 2 ?£ 1st ditto, dry and dusty 1 7 ,, 2 O 2nd " ditto, scoured _ 2 2 " 2 3| 2nd " combing .... .... none 3rd,, or ill-conditioned combing noe Lamps', superior .... .... u<>oe Ditto, ordinary .... .... 1 6 ,, I 1 i| Pieces and locks .... ....I 0 ,, I t»$ Unwashed. Istqiadty .... I 0 " I 6^ Ditto, inie.ior and locks .... 0 6 " 0 8| Tasmanian. Superior comSing .... .... none Sconr d.... .... .... none Average flocks .... ....I 7 " I IO Tn bad «tate .... .... I 2 ,, 1 5 Unwashed.0 8 " 0 IO Limbo', good _. ....2 0,. 2 6* ordinary .... .... I 4 ,, I 9£ South Australia .... ....1 0 ., 1 5£ Port Philip .1 I " 2 O New Zealand .... .... i»o-«e Cape -superior .... »ont* Cape Fair.I 1 I 6* - in grease _0 ii 0 9£ Eas» lu lia, good.0 7 " 0 10£ -- low .0 5£" 0 ti T<ie sales of Colonial Wool coalmen ed on j 17th, and con<ftia>d uatii24tu ¡aslan...

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THE ARMY. TO THE COMMANDANT, THE OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OF FICERS, AND PRIVATES. OF OUR COLONIAL ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

THE ARMY. TO THE COMMANDANT, THE OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OF- FICERS, AND PRIVATES, OF OUR COLONIAL ARMY, The following pieces are most respectfully INSCRIBED by one who aspires to render to the force his services as DRUMMER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

t For New Zealand. Will be despatched positively in fourteen days. THE fine ship MORLEY, 600 tons per register. Campbell Stevens, ?commander. This ship offers a most desirable oppor tunity for cabin, intermediate, and steerage Passengers, the accommodations betne very Superior. For freight or pascase apply lo GARRATT & FISHER, Pirie st., Or to CHAS. BECK & CO. Adelaide, April 30. 1840. Flinders-st. W^iice to Consignees per War rior from £iondon. Hp II E above vessel having reached her I moorings at Port Adelaide and com- j menced discharging, consignees are requested to send craft alongside for their goods w.thout delay. CHAS. BECK & CO. Aaenls lo the Vessel. \ Adelaide, Blay.4, 1840. Maize, Potatoes, and Timber. ]yOW LANDING, ex "David." and on ' ;sale by the subscribers,-Maize, Pota toes, and sawn Timber ot all dimensions. CHAS- BECK & CO. Adelaide, May 4, 1840. Wanted. H MAN SERVANT, who is able to cook and make himself generally useful, in a respe...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. Friday, April 3, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL.     Friday, April 3, 1840, The Council met at ten o'clock.   Present — His Excellency the Governor, the Colonial Commissioner, the Surveyor General,   the Assistant Commissioner. The Governor laid on the table the Colonial Treasurer's abstract of the Public Revenue and Expenditure of the province for the quarter ended 31st December, 1839, and the report of the Board of Audit, by whom the accounts for the period to which the Abstract referred had been   closely examined. His Excellency then read to the Council the following financial minute with reference to the public accounts of the province for the year 1839, and to the probable expendi- ture of the year 1840 : GENTLEMEN, It is with great satisfaction that I find myself able to lay before the Council the abstract of accounts for the quarter ending the 31 st of De- cember 1739, and at the same time to mention that the details upon which thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

âotttïjmt ñmkalián mitt. *T*HE following-are the terms of the" SOUTHRRN * AU.STH.AL.laN,'' which is published every Thursday morning, at the Office, corner of Ste lihéus-illacé, Ettndle-streejt. PRICBOFTHR PAPER.---ls per number,or 2. per annnm paid in advance. Subscribers have their pa pera sent to them if they desire it. ; ADVERTÍsEME*T».---6!lnefl aud ander [each inser taou]3s.6d.; above 6 tines. Sd. p¡er line-Adver tisements cannot We received laterthan * o'clock on Wednesaay; and orders to discontinue Advertise* ments «trç*dy inserted, must be sent to the office before % o'clock on Tuesday, or they cannot be attendedT-^ö. Advertisements must be marked the- number, of times they are to be inserted, or they ?will be eootinued until conntermeuded» _ All Subscriptions and Advertisements mast be paid for in advance. For Port Phillip 6c Launceston., THE Schooner PERSÉVÉRANCE, aSSafig sa*' *°r toe ao°ve ports ia a Few days. For freight or passage apply to Slr. W. IxKîk, on board, or t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

BIRTHS. — At North Adelaide, on Thurs- day Morning, the lady of John Baker, Esq., of a daughter. On the 29th ult., the lady of S. B. Garratt, Esq., Pirie-street, of a Son. MARRIED — On the 2nd inst., at Trinity       Church, by the Rev. C. B. Howard, W. E.   Bayldon, Chemist, &c., Hindley-street, and   youngest son of the late John Bayldon, Esq., Yorkshire, to Eliza, widow of the late J. B. Kelly, Esq., Surgeon. MARRIED, on the 28th ultimo, by the Rev. C. TEICHELMANN, at the German       Lutheran Church, at Klemzig, the Rev. A. KAVEL, to Miss A. C. PENNYFEATHER, of Laytonstone, Essex.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 7 May 1840

Xs A N D. "TO BB SOLD By PUBLIC AUCTION, fey Benthajn and Co. On FRIDAY next, May 8th, 1840, at twelve o'clock, at their - rooms, .King William street, NEARLY iOfcE-TRhRB of therisújg town of GLENELG. Forty threp Town and Country Lots in #WRT LI M COL N. A-very-convenient Cottage-of three rooms,*n Robert street, Angas street. 80-acre Section in Hurtle Vale (by order of th« Trustee:) Various Building Lots in North and South Adelaide, Kensington, Brighton, and New Port. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Bentham and "Co. On MONDAY, May 11th, 1840, at their lower rooms, HinHley street, ACase oM RO NM O H G ERY, consisting of TH and other hinges Plate locks, shovels, spades, saws, &c. . A variety of Nails Sundry Earthenware Thirty bags first and second VanjDte men's Lan H Flour "Seventy bags Van Diemen's Land^andj New Zealand Potatoes ^ One hundred bushels of Oats ^ Thirty-cases of Wines-Sherry, >Madeirá,, and Claret. i Two cases (about .6 doz.) choice wine liqueur Various pack...

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Commercial Intelligence LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 May 1840

Commercial Intelligence LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Dec. ll. -CUBaEKT miCCS OF GRAIN..PR. IMP. QI «BüITISfl. S. *. -Wheat -E Kent. & SoflVk..62 to 78 Norfoik ?.pd'LiDooto.60 ..73 Rye, s© d.....41 ..4f Barley, Grinding}..32 .. 38 Mall. Br.»wo.....66 ..62 Be «na. Ticks ... R. .... . .M.«».M40 . «4S Peas, »Grey -...*-,.-40 ..4fl Oats Lineólos»od "York«.........St ...SO hassell, new..SS ..32 >lrwb."..»"..21 ...25 .. -ronero N. Wheat,:1>a«isie1 fc«*«a«fg^iflfc ,.70 ..*84 Rye, Saina, .. - -..34 ..38 Barley .« . 3S ..41 eana ¿. t ,. ,."36 ..39 Pass » i »40 ..4.2 Oats, Date* «» 4.29>..32 Bn«raa « ..26 ..2« Dajnsb .. ». ..24 ..42 [4oer, per bar<«l .» .»..38 **6l -»lotta Per îSSIbsnet. ». | Tomi made . .56 «.6ßjVarTotk&Stoek EssesaadJCenuftl ..66J «on.. ..<4l ..63 Por 286 Ibg.net a. Norfolk&Stook .on.» ..41 Irish ..S4 .iftS

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SHEEP FARMING.—No. II. PROPER RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 May 1840

SHEEP FARMING.-No. IL PROPER RUNS. Much of the genpral health of the sheep ! depends upon selecting proper runs : In summer, from the fineness of this cli mate, and the comparatively small quantity of rain that falls, few rans will be found too wet for them, and provided there isa sufficient quantity of grass and water, and it is not too thickly wooded, they can hardly íail to do well. It ts an advantage to have th*- folds at, a distance from any ihick belt of trees, on ac count of the depredations usually committed by 'wild dogs, m such locations, the wo id serving as a cover for them where they ge- j nerally contrive to elude the best dogs. If the grass has l een burned off in summer, so much the better, the first showers of rain will soon produce a short sweet bite, such as sheep delight in feeding on, and if kept pretty well eaten down in t'je spring, the spear grass seeds will be prevented from ri pening, and it will save them much of the suffering that would have been occasion...

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PORT PHILLIP MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 May 1840

i PORT PHILWP MARKETS. . . FLÓir* u steady al «Sur quótariwnV Bf *. ast advices from Sydney; aa adeajwè of £6 ptt" ton fais taken pláoé which will check «ll fár'lwr decline in «hat article herr. ' A« large importa 'ions are e*fMet**IV the priées nos! éten'oal'* fall. First £4 . to £45. Sc--onns £wtMp £55. SOGAR haib en 'bid at £¿4 per to» and tba demand is stead t. The above quotation fi'tho average for middling qualities, while the fines may be quoted at £2 higher. 1 EA mai'ttain« it» price, bnt any material in . r-ase ol the present stock will most likely bring it down as the prie, bas given way tn Sydney, £19 u £ 2 p r «-hes * SPIRHS,-The tent and ¡g steady at our quo tatim.. Brandy, Oslo 2»,rora »to9s 6d per g*llon in bond WINE«.- No alteration has taken place in these. Good wine in battle is alway« in t* eat dr-rax'd at high prices. For tb vitae ot the different qualifies s ce our price cur ent in tba fourth p .'ge ALt-s -B.d'led Ale and Por«er gootfstowlv. ht; sl<»c...

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AMERICA. (From the Hobart Town Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 May 1840

AM SIRICA. j (From the Hobart Town C ttrier.) We h*ve l»<-eii favoured vt itii Ameri can pipers (Massachusetts ) to the 9tli of' December, winch contain in telligence ol' as late a (la e as that which has reach fi! ti» by »ht» Runnymede. Congress had tuet, um! were tor tluee days trccupietl without proceeding to do any business, in consequence ot the cleik insisting on reading the roll nf members.including documents referring tu disputed claims frr sea's, which gave rise to a b»ng anti angry discussion, which was at length put an end to by the Congress unanimously voting the venerable John Quincy Adams itt the chair to preside1 over the House until its regular organization. The speech of the President had, in consequence, been de ayed. The lb.I*»» lng is an extract from the Essex Register of the 9ih December : - Yes frilay's mai' brought us intell'gence of Thursday's proceedin-is in Congress. No Ne« Yo k paptrrs were icceived. Il w.H be seen that i lie H-ms- has marte «ne...

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ROBART TOWN MARKETS—April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 May 1840

ROBART TOWN MAR.fiETS -ÂprilU. _ «?--. _i._ . .1_:__r - The«« i* vt-rj tittle «n«mtiua in roe price 01 wheat «¡ace oar la«t ; upon the whole,,' Wwèi/er, it ts rather looking do*o. and amy besoted at from 13* to 15« |»r4ñishet¿ aecordi^*^tfatity Hay, premed, Hi toa per ian. JSenty toni of pota toes ware «oulia«-t we^k in one lot, at 71 per tob t English barley is in demand, and looking np. .Wc«ha1l nave something to «ny next week about the extraordinary rig- in die price of Port Arthur coals, for which 20s a ton aië demand.-Colonial Time*. April 21 ^ M^aatTs -The prices of market producá.in as last quoted, very little te sell, particularly wheat, and buyer« few. On the, whole the market is anything but brisk. Wheat I4i IO Ida .H. "T, Conritr, April 23. Five FT.UUR^£38 to'£42 per to« OATXRAI. -Cotonial, ?.1 per lb BARLCV-Engli«b. «ells «veil and is freely parcliased at from 6« 6d to 8s par bushel. Lt is hnnrev. r scarce, and very little comes lo market. Oars -Are -much the same as tn ...

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"VESSELS IN PORT ADELAIDE. SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 12 May 1840

"VESSELS TN PORT ADELAIDE. j SHIPS. t TH OTTLEY, 578 tons, Evans, from London-dU ebargine. ii«*ck and Co., agents. WARRIOR. 478 'ons, Beckett, (rom 4U>ndon discharging. Beck «nd Co., agents. BARQUES HERO, TCO ton«, Hagh< s, from Singapore, dis charging. J. Morphett. a¿eut. LADY EMU A. 335 tons. Buckland, from Laon e> stan, discharging. J. Walker, »tent. SOVEREIGN. 243 tons. Chard, from Launces ton, disrbarging. J. Walker, agent. 73 RIG. DAVID, 200 tons, from Ne«* Zealand,discharg ing. Heck and Co., ag« nts. SCHOONER. TRUELOVE, 135 tons, Coupon, from Ne« Zealand. Bentham and Co., agents. The brig "Rapid, 153 tons, Develin, arrived at ! Launceston, hom Sydney, on the 20 b ult. The brig Dawsons, Price, arrived from the Mauritius at Liun>esion, on the 20th April, with 3079 hat « «.m-»r, 3ü0 bags rice, &c. The barque Augusta. Gorden, hence to Laun ceston, arrived lhere on «be 24tb ultimo. «On the 20<h April tlie schooner : Eagte. Fdwthorpe, in «taki...

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