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The Elections. EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

The Elections. EAST SYDNEY. TuApoJling for list Sydney tool t la B Sralfl *' Wltb tbo foUo "?IB Mr G H Reid . . .. n. Dr Itonwitl* . ,\r Mr H C Dnngar..i. Sir Henry Park, c 7 ~ Mr C_J. Robeits . 220" E Lets , i^, Mr Clins Moore ... , , r Mr. I JhJoSephhon , , There was considerable rxcitoi,, P , a nt thd declaration of *ho poll, win,), Bn , declared a ltttlo hpforo bovhi <f I, K |^ Soveral thousandb norepn sont So\ ril of tho candidates retnrned tli mk? 1\ successful onfs wcro escorted to tho BPVoral conimittco rooms, anJ tlierc addressed tho electors feir llenry undo a poiwrfjl Rpcech from Punnh's Hotrl dciioui uu? the cliqno that tried tlicr nt?ion i 0 reject him ' ] Mr Josefiheop jb Uiq only caiuhJpt*. that foifeits hie £10 deposit f I SOUTH STDINEY Tlie polling for four mi>nib r s t B?rvo m the Aasttnbh ti k pinto on ihmadtt}, pnd imlli] n* follows — [Mr John Daviqo, CM 0 27117 Gforg? 2 Gco L Garter - 1)70 W T Portfe ,< 1 ijH J BtfObfte 21?) , - }0 &...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Items. (From all Quarters.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Items. (From all Quarters.) THE first woman ever ordained to the Christian ministry in Europe is Caroline A Soule, a Universalist preacher in Scotland. Since the commencement, of the fish ing in the Gippslrtnd : Lakes, two and a-half years ago, 1445:t0na of fish havo been sent by. train to Melbourne. . , v In the Supremo Court case, Officinl Assignee, in ' the estate of Hardy Brothers" V. \ Hbffnuhg end Co., whioh lasted about, nine days', the jnry .re turned a verdict for tlio plaintiff- for £5059 19s. 9d. The amount claimed was £7000. v 'v';' ; .'-" ; ' ' : "\ r ' r ' The deepest shaft in the colonies is the Magdaln, at Stawpll, Viotpria, now nearly 8000 feet from the surface,. and over 2000 feet below boo level. .It ie now likely it will bo sunk deeper,'unless tho diamond drill finds something in the next 500 feet. A oliombor for the. drill to work in has been out, and it will ! commence boring ne soon as the com pany, can obtain a loan of it from Government. * . ; <"'...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The General Election. MEMBERS ALREADY RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

The General Election. MEMBERS ALREADY RETURNED. East Sydney (4). —Sir. Hy. Parkes Dr. Ronwick Messrs. G.H. Reid and Mr H. C. Dangar Morpeth(1).-Hon R. Wisdom Goulbiirn (1). —Mr W. Teoco, jnnr.* South Sydney (?!}. —Alderman G. 'Withcru, Alderman G. L. Cnrtcr ?Mr J Po61o : " ' '? , tlipG!bbo,(i).—Sir G;,W. Alleii* '"' PaddingtohXL , ).—MrW Hczteti*'Mr W; J. Tric-kctt ; : ;'' : . Parraiijntta (I).—Jfr C. J.Byrneet ?'' iralmnin (I).—Mr. J. Gnrriird.,. ' . llodfern (2).—The Hon. John Siithoiv lniid,'t Mr It; A. Fromliu : .'" H.M.S. Bornannina been dpspatchod to inrcstigrflto the massacre at Solomon

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Monthly Calendar. 11th month NOVEMBER. 30. DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Monthly Calendar. 11th month NOVEMBER. 30. DAYS. .?,.. : >:-.:--v.001.[.?; nLowTWltiBEB.' ; : ! *?:????;;??'Otfi|jlWt''-Q?B<Wp-l iatU , i.v"o.2s p.m. >-'r-si: ???.-: East QOoj}flJ.,(#J> v^15.1j^p.tp,.,;),,;,,, ' ? tho advantage of having tlio ground trenched. will beoomomotq nppar.'.nt; shallow-worWjl" : \uMWPw&tykf fe%dythinff l! S?Brfh ?'?? JTlilV iepsco('mbst;ilia' allowed; botsigp!*i!s>f*{ f ;tli{j-;;?!nmof<y lt , raonUir, or they wilf lcBS-?-nmple room-nnfl'High 'cultlvauoi) '-' urp' ] tbd?iaWftrelolin'iAi6nl; ft 'in :i lhc , 'i"!dhiir l, 'Tun-. Cudarabei(Hfi?<J omeloni'plftntei shpaldi bei| ojyprrcrpwtlpd, ; tU?,ii;?ttU; ( loosened among tbera, and thocbniiioliMi faatoned down na .they extend,, bo .the Btren'g'Sreai ttill m'lMtitqf'Mm. , ; :Kcep nil ground clean and cleat lof > iwecdis?-by; lreaswj>]bofii?>g. ? ft>w;Etei}ob, Rwjj?i. Wowr, Brocoll. Mustard, Cress, Lettuce, Pampkine, and Cncut^bere; franepjnnt ,1$ ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LAYCOCK AND TRICKETT AGAIN TO THE FRONT. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

LAYCOCK AND TRICKETT AGAIN TO THE FRONT. Thursday. In the Hop bitters rowing contest the first heat was won by Laycock the second by Ross the third by Hosmer, and the fourth by Trickett. [Bravo scd'.'ij. '??"?.; :.",;;;; : ':;; : v,/;";:.;;,::: The two remaining heats will be rowod to morrow, Friday; and thel'-final"' decidr ' ingheat will '.Saturday; , '."'' .;."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Church of England Synod. Diocese Of NewCastle. The first session of the sixth Synod of the [?]cese of Newcastle commenced on Tuesday coming in the City Hall. Prior to the [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Church of England Synod. Diocese Of NewCastle. The first session of the sixth Synod of the [?]cese of Newcastle commenced on Tuesday coming in the City Hall. Prior to the THE First session of the sixth Synod of the [?]cese of Newcastle commenced on Tuesday coming in the City Hall. Prior to the [?]ening of Synod, divine service was held in iTce'bedraV; and ? the -Hbly ; Gormnnnion ,*u ntainistoted. ?; ? <!?,. ??::'.' '/:? .r:;-;r,-. i; The roll havingJ>eoncal^d,tho ; Pje&idcn.t, ?jhe Right Bot. Dt i .'l , enr6oa,"deolttreii tpod duly opened. ? ::( 1 1, - V, "' l ' i!: THE BISH9P'B>T?TWISSS. The President then aellvere'd hie opening Mnii. Hβ alludeiUntbernost cbuiteqae sinner, to th? war . m . Ws* cordial greeting he hd received on Ws" arrival in Newcastle, cdrcirretted that tKe""liirie"between them ud the present had 1 been too limited to flow of hie presenting toithtf?j?pd.euch an jj, EF3 oshe would haxoiyiehed;; HoboDcd; git the members wonld belebie'Qt wit...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Poet's Corner. THE GRAVES OF A HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

The Poet's Corner. THE GRAVES OF A HOUSEHOLD. Mrs, Hemans. They crew in beauty side by side They filled one home with glee Their graves are severed far and wide By mount and stream and sea. The same fond mother bentat night -< O'creoch fnir sleeping brow ; | ,';;, she hud each folded flowerin sijgbt.-, : Whore are those dreamers"now J. ~; OnamMat ibe forest of the? west. ' \ BY a o alk s tream >8 laid,' ?;?:/';. ~-..? ?; The IDdisn kno.we;his.;plaqe pfrost, ..,..; Far in tho cedar Bhade. .?...: Ttc sea, tne.blue lohb coo hath brie' j : Ho lies where ipearis. lid deep.:. ??:':. ??< Be was the loved of all, .yet none O'er his low bed may weep. \????;? ' ? AndlPttrted thus, they.reBt,who : played Beneath tho eamc Rreen. tree, ? VdTiose voices mingled ac they played; Around ona parent knee. ? *- : ; They that with smiics litup/the hall,"' And cheered with song the hearth; ! Ms. for love lif.'thoawertall, '.:?<;?? And naught .bejo.nd, Ojearth.l ;? -. ;...

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A Widow's Only Son. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

A Widow's Only Son. THE Bulli correspondent of the Illa-<*> warra Mercury gives the following par-<*> ticulars of the fatal accident to Mr. J. J. Barbour:—On Saturday morning last Mr. J. J. Bnrbour, ntminger of the E..S. and A.C. Bank, in company with tho postmaster (Mr. -Miller), went, as was their cuHtom, to batlio oarly. After in dulging in a swim iti a crcok adjacent to tho ehoro tiny went-into tho bos close by. Tlio surf wbs rolling strongly ond tho undor current rnnning with con siderable force nt tlio time. As soon ac this discovered Mr. Millar wisoly decided not to go into the breakers too far, nnd ou looking round for his friond I he saw him out some distanco, apparently Bvrimming with ease, but on.turning or trying to rnnko for tho shoro again he was unable to do so. Mr. Miller could not , render any assistance without greatly endangering hie own life, and he at once rjn for Jielp, b ut Veiig before j 6 o'clock a.m.VVery,,fow,, near, and when th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Trickett's Conqueror. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Trickett's Conqueror. Echo. Edward Hanlan is a native of Toronto a town on the canadian side of Lake Ontario; he is of Irish descent, and was born on the 12th July, 1855. He is 5 feet 8 J inches in height, and rows from 10.et 8 lbs to XI st.;. .Heisthick set and muscular, with a very., pleasant, and genial .countenance.,'..; Ho is a groat favorite with tbo Canadians,, ospecinlly. |at hia native place, .Toronto;. hnd"jn England his quiet .and unassuming, manner has secured him a groat number, of friends. Horows a long and powqr ful- stroke, pauses slightly on ilia feather, with a-rather slow, reeoyor'y,'rarely/?.ex ceeding 81 strokes to r the' tninuto, eVon when racing ''desperately/.'', During his youth ho followed the occupation of a fishorraan. In 1873 ho Won the Amateur Championship of Toronto Bay, boatiog Williams and M'Kay, at Toronto., In 1874, won tho 'Amateur Championship of Burlington Bay, boating London, nt Hamilton, Canada. ' Beat 'London in 1875, 1 mile for 200 dollars';...

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CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

CAUGHT. Harvard Crirmson. Softly falls the summer moonlight On the franquil ocean tides Where a boat with youth and maiden, O'er the water lightly rides. Hnebed by natnre'a Holomn silonoe, WhUpers he'in aooonts low, ? . 11 Let us float through life together, ' ? Ihongh tho tide b&ebb orflow." ' And eho Buaners, breathiog mneic . ? Like a low breeze throngU the pines, ' " Tee, dear, if jon'll only lot mc, Hold, as now, the rudder linos." '.. ?.''. "-. — Harvard Crimion. ; ..... , , ~,.„ , ? . .... Iμ Japan, an averageof.9l,6o7 newepapcre are sold duily. Daring the last year tbero were 5317 new books published, of whloh 1495 were oopyrigh'ted. . ? ; .., , , ~,.„ >+— , ? . .... Iμ Japan, an averageof.9l,6o7 newspapers are Bold dsily. Durigg the last year there were 5317 now books pabliehed, of wbloh 1495 were oopyrightod. . .

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The Hop Bitters' Regatta. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

The Hop Bitters' Regatta. London, Wednesday. Hanlan is scratched for the Hop Bitters Company's Regatta The following is the final assortment of competitors in the sevaral heats:— ?; ilat Heat:, Laycoclc,'isllio(t^Hawden, and Barrier. , ?.-?? j. -_?!:? ~.-.;.; ..; ;.?'?: >.i. . 2iid. Hoiifc:, Ililoy, Rpstf, Lorga'ii,' ! nnd' Fiioy:,-;;;,:;. ,, : '';i,';;:;;;'V,,;,:,, v ; i! .;; ; .' '3rd Heat* Smith,, Hosiner,, Gibson/ ??< ? „ . 4th!Heat: ?Tricketfr; , iClasper.,_;,. ~ :^ y . ~i ll(;[, ; ;TJio cpursQ.ia from Putney ; to iChisr ?\viclf; ,; !?"?'?' 'J! ;:ir.:?ij .:'?!.o? umi) !v...;v

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Miscellaneous. "THERE'S ROOM AT THE TOP." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Miscellaneous. "THERE'S ROOM AT THE TOP." THE young man ambitions to succeed in any line of business should always bear this in mind. There are those in plenty of mediocre ability superficial acquirements. and ' inadequato preparatipn, but thoroujjhW trainod and wmprtent ,are: ecarpo. ?"?Tho standard >of modem profes sion .1 hna been greatly elevateH by ?? he ttdvanoes which tho world has wade -within a few year* past and; stilt ?higher deitJMids are eonst;?itly Being made..! 'i'hw demand for men Who have a.coruplete tnowieige '<£ every, dep.'rttnorit.of their -business has always been felt;.'" The txtoot of that knowleduo , -widen* 6very year, as improved methods and facilities ore.intro-.' duced/ "'The.ship; captain, for iu.itance, w) i<3 ?&? few' years' agOj needed only to be acquainted Trth.penturies—old' tieprieS; of navi^a'tibri,'.'jjitn'; what moro recent geo graphical'explora'iona had addei t ere;o, now. finds 5 himself, in this.age.of eteam,...

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LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

LONDON. Wednesday. It is stated on good authority that serious differences have arisen between members of the British Cabinet with respect to the policy to be adopted towards,lreland in,view tlio 'present disturbed; slato of that country.- ?? .-.?? ,?:? .-?! ?? i, Tho majority of'the members'.are in ? ifayor; of taking: forcible ? means to , ? .quell' ..thij proaeut s'tato of affairs, .but those of the Birmingham party .strongly .oppose, such measures; ? ?> ?'? ; i ?'? v.v;,-..;: .;,;?,? '.., Failing' an ,, nnderstanding'it'is ; ex-' ipected.these ministers' will; sey.erVtliei.r;. connqationwitVthe Cabinet. :.,; '-..--???, ~, ?, ? . There are movements "of troopsond 'men-of-war lii tho west , 'of Ireland 'to ?prevent tho' especto'd iaiportatipd'r6( arms. ... :- ?'? ;.?'?..? :..',.??..? '?; ?? .- :?? -?.'. ?;???< .????? .';. The Hon. John Bright, , Chancellor of the Duoliy ,of Lancaster in 'a; speecli, 1 ' .said the Gpyeriiment.s'hofild ' p(ircha?o! the wasto lands of l...

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Summer. A BOY'S ADVENTURE. THE WAY IN WHICH MARK TWAIN WOULD HAVE WRITTEN THREE CENTURIES AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Summer. A BOY'S ADVENTURE. THE WAY IN WHICH MARK TWAIN WOULD HAVE WRITTEN THREE CENTURIES AGO. [AS haven't a miscellsneous article at hand nor a subject to make one of, nor time to write the article it I had the subject, I beg to offer the following as a substiuste. I tnkajfc'frbin the tweDty-eecond chapter of a tate for boys which I have been eog-igod upon at intervale darini?: the past three y-ars, and which I hope to finish yet before aU the boys grow up,- I will. explain, for th.i benefit, as follows: Ttie lad who-is" talking is a slim, g*t.t>e, einileless cro iture, void of all sense of. humour, and: anea over to' melancholy fidm hie birtb, He'i-t.eptaklDg to,litt;e Edward VI., King of Eaglan'J, ia a room ia ,lhe palace j the two are by themseive?j theepi-aker was ?'??? whippiog-bby"? Ato the? kin? when the latter was Prince of 'Wales. James I. and Charles 11. had whipping-boys when they were, Httla. fallows, to take their punish niipht for; them -whea they Ml ;'i??ort.'.lα ...

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THE PORTRAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

THE PORTRAIT. SAY, can you read it ? Is it writ In any line upon this face Love once had here his dwelling-place He touched this brow and hallowed it? Tbo plotured f*co smiles back at mc; My art iatu JsshloneJ alt ibis form, My easer hand and finoy w?rm They made thle thing, and bade it be. Bat is it here ? I knew the life, I watohed the budding of the flower, The glorious ripening hour by hoar. And then the storm and pain and strife. And now. Eioept the canvas chow - Tho consummation pure 'and fair, Love's holy work in radianoe there, Then baok to chaos it shall go. Obi ttero it not a lifeless shade, If pioturod lips could smile and speak, Then these ebould say, in aooante meeb, " KeajW am I bat whet Lots hwt nude."

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY Friday [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY Friday SIR GEROGE WIGRAM ALLEN was elected for the Glebe by a majority of over 4OO votes above Alderman Graham Messrs. Trickett and Hezlet were elected for Paddtngton by a lnrge mnjorityo\orMf6Bre Allen and Cnrroll Later r Sir. W C Browne is iletamed in Sydney by a Sapremo Court action He is nnablo to lea\o tn nddress the electors of Palnck'b Ploins. [Mr. Browne advertises meetings elsewhere for to night nnd next week, showing that ho is determined to lcno feydney at nil hazards —Ld.J Mr T R. b?s boon ?lectnd for the Nopoan unopposed, ntul Mr Pnrves is elected for tho Clarence unopposed Knte Kelly and bet brotlier, with Wo hor?Cs, left Molbomno to day pel bteaniQr Katoomba for Sydney, where the} in tend to exhibit themseheb as a sptcula tion Latest At the nomination for Wept feydney, to-day, the show of linnds was in f lvonr of Messrs White, Cimcron, O'Connor, and Abigail At Biilramn, Mr Garrard vpas elected At ilrdfern, tho lion J...

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Libel Action. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Libel Action. The libel action Hurley v. M Gibbon and another was commenced on Thurs-<*> day in the Supreme Court before his Honor the Chief Justice and a jury of four...? Damages wcro laid nt £2000. The allogni-}; libol appeared inilio " Pro .toataiifc'standard" of June 111 last. Mr. ,M. Jf. Staplu>n, Q.fj., ilf, Darjey, .Q.C., niid .Mr. I'ilciier (instructed" by MpsHrp.flattery and lloydon) appoarod for the plaintiffs j nnd Bir Georgo Lines (iostrncted by Messrs ygorannu for tho

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday THE cattle market is very dull. Beef is worth 12s to 13s. Sheep are unaltered Wethers are worth 8s.

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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, 1880. The Town Common. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, 1880. The Town Common. SINGLETON is favored above many other town in the colony in having a large area of reserves permananetly secured to it. But probably nowhere is less interest Bhswn/ ! ,in'' making, thosoreserves of prhctlcaV Value...'.'Vyei. I.oolt; in vain for Boiuoj Bi&n'of'nlilermnnic .irjterest in tltis lari'o. piirj)io?citato. '.'Tusar, after year , nt ternpWaf'jnuch' le'da' done,''towards/im proving tho .property so generously bo stowed 'oh. tho.fnhnhitants.',. A ramble tlfrdugVi ttijo;C6ti)inbn goes to show'tlitit, th 1 Q n maiti; of tliti,lands',is to grow tre'caj jvioHily Worthless, hhcl to starve n£6is t t.'i)o.Ihc'n'd'1 hc'n'd',of c^tilo',anil ''horses., Wer'A ttio pithto iii„ ilip bands of a private ovJrVe? with! anyoiiibrpriso, ho would soon puf ! lt 'in ! a.condition .to carry, sbtuc 46u!of 500 'h.emfof cattle.comfortably m season. Tliis?tatc rabntwiTl, 'probably bo, challenged, but WWinfe be proved, at ; tho ...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR NOVEMBER, 1882. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR NOVEMBER, 1882. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. : :-';.%} ..fill ~-i"r Ontw.ard.if ?i:k<>;.*> i< ???? ?n ?NoVodiber. " J 21st December, Inward. . ,'??,,'' ita?vaii'ondoii!:!, i>|:.i Arrive' Sydney, /? ? 22pdrNoyombcff. ?-.?:;? - ':?'?'??? ;.-f-,i'! fi.ii.)? :<',- I !.' '? '?? i.[ :,r : ? >..?'< ? QAl&B &.BRINDISJ. flat 'ft *"""* ??*' -f-1' .. i. i.* ? ???,?- ?? :? i - '??: ?'??biHftwli'j ??:'.-l: :-...n.; > Leave Bydnoy. I , .Amv,o LoijkJou, ... \ 10th. Novombor, I ' 23rd Dccombdr," ' SBaaTOTeiflboh t : Oth Jnnniiiji'lBBl.' Hiimi a li-'i"" , Unwardi ;?.??'! i --?: im'v.s ' toMO;jKimlop,: t. , ; >! i.Airlvoi^ydu^y,-?); tioplotdbcri .: . sth Novomber, ~ 'mbi, Odtobor. l!)th Novomfe.. ? '???-. ??'llfOlZ fI | "l ! i!" i . ;, l_Li.^-. 1 .?.?i>l:'i'.'." , VIi[!"BR'fBBA ! KE; l ' ; ' TORRES ' KTKAMS.' : ;' , Skw o\> lANDM3PINXIIBI.!- !.>-?'? r.i-;i 'Bftqewifob...

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