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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 26 November 1898

TO ??? COKKESPONDENTS. ' HorEPt'Lv. One.,1'— Send us'- along your- name, aa'.ii- guarantee, and we'will :pub'lib]i your sorebd,' 'The Coming UolidayB.' ' ..?''? ' ' ? .'? ' Enquirrh,' Coolac— Specific gra-. yity ia the weight of a solid or liquid eg'., the speeifio j-ravity of. gold . is 19.5, that is it weighs. 19j times its own bulk of #ate.r. : --nW'';' ? '???^--' ?'' Muddy Watkb?'— The*iNTed'.6 Gully' roeenoir will ba^fip'able :Xj#Hpfclilinj» li) ,000,000 gallonVt-f 'w'AterJf ' This would supply a population ?of 2000 for over two years, ea'cii Uliit copsuiu iug 15 gallono duily. \ ''??'.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIDGE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 26 November 1898

BRIDGE OPENING. 'Ihe iViinister for Works is unable to ace- pt the invitation extended by the residents of South Gundagai to open Fuller's Bridge. In reply to the invite the Minister writns : — '.I should be much pleased to visit South Gun dacai. but, the atata op nnblio. hiisinp.RR raakes it absolutely impossible that I can ab.-ent mjself from ? the House during the remainder of 'the present s.-si-ion.': Owing tq tho Estimates being now under' discussion,' Mr. Barnes and Mr. Donaldson, and sumo other member*, were also unable to accept an invitation to be present, al tho.ugU wishing the opening every suc cess. The replies n ere 'only received yesterday and a meeting of the com mittee is to bo hold to-night (Satur day) to cousider what will be done.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. W. CLARKE, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 26 November 1898

MR. W. CLARKE, P.M. ??. ???.-.? The Wyalong 'Argus' says: — ' Mr. W. Clarke, who has.oocupied the position of Police Magistrate, for some time past in Wynlong9 is to bo re moved from here afier Christmas, to take up the duties of P.M. at Ouota mundra. . We can ill aftord to lose such a townsman as Mr, Clarke. Dur ing his stay here he has oscupied his post with credit to himself, and- siitisr faction to almost every class in the community. While dealing with severity in some cases where harshness alone is necessary, he has beenlenir ent in meting out punishment to trie oppressed, or those who deserve cpn-_ sideration, but in all cases his. actions were oharacierised by the striot tes.t, Justice to all. ?..-.,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOMPSON'S ALARM CLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

THOMPSON'S ALARM CLOCKS. Thompson is tho name of a young man em ployed by a bioyclo concern.- His position is one of responsibility. Indeed, he handles tho cash — he alone has the combination to tho safe. Therefore, it is important that he should appear at the office early in' the morn ing. But thero are times whon he doesn't, and thereby hangs a tale. Thompson is a persistonf and industrious sleeper. He has the sleop habit. . Therefore he told his landlady to particularly wake him at six o'clock every morning. This would afford him ample timo to get down to thn office by oight. . The lirst morning in response to her knock ho leaped from his bod with tho ' new man's ' agility. The second and third morn ing he was a trille sluggish, and on the fourth he did not wake until ton o'clock. Thon there was trouble at the office when ho arrived. The safe had been unopened and customers and mails from all quarters of tho hemisphere had been kopt waiting. The truthful explanation Thompson made...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

Pith and Point. The first almanack wns printed In 1460. Modern needles came into use in 1545. The first iron steamship was built in mo. Newspapers were first printed in the yenr ' M9-1. ?llss'heci^in'lOSS. ' '- , Tho .first railroad In the United States was opened In 1820: If there is- anything- In a -young man the Itontffen ray should bring it out. According to superstition the chryso lite Is the stone which cures madness anil despair. In. the clays of Queen Elizabeth each guest at a 'dinner-party brought his own knife and spoon. ? .According1 to the lost census -report, the. proportion of the female._ wage-earn- ing population is 4,016,230: The bananas which find their way to England come almost entirely from 'Madeira and the Canary Isles. Barley soup Is one of the lightest of diets.- Tt is believed to be completely digested at the .end of an hour and a li'air: ' ' ,S ? A year-old:. baby recently- . died from nicotine poisoning. It had a pipe to play with for a short time, and mus...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FET WASP. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

f.- A irET WASP. * ' Perhops the stranjifst pot ever kept, ?by mun was a wai-p which Sir 'John Lubbock caught in the Pyrenoos nrid: esiilved to tiimo. IJo began; by touching it to take its me.il? on hi.s nanu, ana annougu in© iiuy cruuture was at Gret Bhy of g-ing thxi ugh its tublo d hote on. suvh an unu^ual Eof tive bdaid, in a v ry short opnee of time it gr. w to expect to.be fed in that way. Sir John pwt-ervi d this pi't w th the greatest tare. Tiuo, it stung him once, but iken it had every excuse for ding 1-0 Sir .!ohu n us cs umiuingit while c.n a railway journey and, the door being opened by a icket uollcctoi, lie unceremoniously stuffed 11 lUIiO U UUbblO, UUU W1O UUUH^CU S.-nniaid, not f. eling quite at home during the pruce.-s, tuvs dim a 'i.ntlo leminder as to' the pn pur wav to treat a gueat.-' Thn wacp was a ye, in every Ben e of- the wo d, and be came so fond of its owner that i ? al lowed itneif 10 be Btrokud. It enj- y d civilisation for jui-fc nine mon h's, when it f...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NOTED JOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

A NOTED JOCKEY. Tub mnn of tbo hour, observes tho ' Dai'y Mail,' is tho nT.dget Sloun, James Todhuntor — ^'commonly called ' Tod'' Sloun — ia an Americon jockey whose succpseea on tlie English turf aid fast ortating a etate of things similar to what exist d in the ArclieT era. rte came over a* an esperimeai/ last fall, bringing wi h him a style and method in 'the saddle which at first excited ridicule. Thoy had dote, the rame whon priictised over here by fotmor visitors, aud the notion of Sloan living down the ridicule was generally p o-poohed. Now on a re bmn visit, and in tho briet Epuce of a fortnight, he haa routf-d his critics and Bxto;minared hia censors Sloan is oiie of tho oddest, cleverest, most interesting atoms of humanity ever seen. Palo featured, with dark wavy hair, eyes thut nre ever on the ulert, and a face with acute ntelli gi nee stamped all over it, he might be anything hut wh it by profrsdon he is. Ili.rses do no' fill his cohvor n-iiion to the axclusi.m of every...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSING STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

AMUSING STORIcS A clergyman travelling in a work men's train was somewhat nhocked at tho strong lunguate of a fellow pas senger. Taking advantage of a mo mentary pause in the flow of rhetoric, thepaison mildly iuquind, ' My. good man, plcaso tell me wh re you learn tho lun«t-9ge you have just made usa off ? Learn it, guv'nor ?' replied tho man affably, as if to a would- bo dis ciple. 'You can't learuj it's a gift, that^s what it is.' There is on auiusiug story concern ing tho Bishop of London. When Dr. Oiightou had bron offered tho Bish op ic cf London a lady chanced to meot his daughtor in the streets of Peterborough, uud, being upon terms of intimacy which justified tho ques tion naked whether Dr. C oighton had aciopted, ' Well, I don't know,' the young lady replied, ' all I can saj- ia that papa io in tho study praying for guidance, and mamma is upstairs p.iolcinff the Ifiiiil:- ''

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
This is Distinctly Rnm. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

This is Distinctly Rnm. Very tew poople realise the enormouB rate at which ihey are swinging through space when they walk along the street. The earth upon which they are walking is a moving raoecourse like the one at the Empire, skimming along at the rate of a thousand miles an hour. Therefore, when a man is walking in the same direction as the earth is turning— that is, from weBt to east— in addition to the yard he takes by his own effort, good old Mother Earth helps him along at least another five hundred yards by her rotary motion. That is, supposing he is an ayerage walker and takes, say, one step a second. Just think of this, when you lift your left leg to take a step it has swung through space five hundred yards before you put it down again. Now think of the opposite movement when you happen io be walking from east to west. When you raise your leg to take a step the earth in reality switches you back five hundred yarda. That is supposing an object were stationary in space just...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

GRIFFIPUTffEGKSS *jS6IiTCIiF0R3*. AND COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS WIItflKIrJVI-jSU',, GUJSD/IG71I _! ? Reformed-^ ? &*-_ Dentistry. . aA- PA©!,'' D E J5 V I S V , ARTIFICIAL n.KriI, PER SfcT, . from i'l 10-. I'KhTH EXTRACTED ? 2s. Gel. EXT ACTION KVEIiY {«AT URDAV FREE 1?RO\I II A M. TO 12. Note Address — SPEMDflN JSTREBJF, GU. NDAGAI. _____ _____ o_(jai3JF0]_§0i?w'js'i't)j_, ' DEN TISTS, ~f- T»-» 5vV- TTff» -Q» , ? IV ILL ViSlI' ? G U N D A GA I ? FORTNIGHTLY, T-aud in'ny be o ?naultud at — ; 'R 0 YA L, ri 0 T E L ' - ' . ' itrr-' x ' Date- 'of 'Ne^Vii!^-. VVttl&lSSIJ^'VM'lURSOAY an. * '?-iCKID'a^feka, 2-lth and 25tJ \ ' -re*.- -.- * . P.;ANDS.' SOLOMON' DESIEE to thank the public of G-imdagai and sur rounding district for their generous support during the last two years, and to inform them that they have just purchased a Large Stock of Spring and Sum mer Gocds for Cash, thus saving a Large Discount. They are prepared to give their customers the bene fit of this Di...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Diminutive Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

Diminutive Cattle. One of the greatest curiosities among the domesticated animals in Ceylon is u breed of cattle known to the zoologists as the 'sacred running oxen.' They aro the dwarfs of the whole ox family, the largest specimen of the species never exceeding 30in. in height. One which is living, and is believed to be about ten years 01 uyw, m uiuy 66111. uigii mm weigha 109Jlb. In Oeylon they aro used for quick trips aoross the oountry with exproBa matter and other light loads, and it is said that four of them can pull a driver of a two-wheeled oart and a 2001b. load of miscellaneous matter 60 or 70 miles a day. They keep up a constant swinging trot or run, and have been known to travel 100 miles in a day and night without either food or water. No one knows anything con cerning the origin of this peculiar breed of miniature cattle. They have been known on the Island of Ceylon and in other Buddhists countries for more than 1.000 years.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

THE NATIONAL MU'lUAL I IFE OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. J stablishcd 1809. NOTICE; MR. n. T. TURNI.lt him been up pointed LOU.AL ^filf.Nl for the ABtficiulion at i-und'gni und District, Bv older of the 1'ioitd, IT. C. 15VANS, Ko'ideii' SrcieUry. New Bi^chery. -IMPORTANT KOTIOB Tn mmnifiAT TfCTTATSTT A NTS w..r mw WISHES to notify iho pub'io «'f O n dugui that he line purcliReccl the «-ellk'nw» Bulolicring Uusin ssmm Fry's Iloiel, GundhRRi, to liuig .md suuecssfully coin.uuted by Mr. A. W. Lynch, ami trusts tn icctini an txteuaion of Iho patronage mi liheiaily bi stowed iu the pibt upon the Founi r ottiior. Tho puh'ic-cin to'y upon receiving none but the b.ai if Meat, nnd tho ^miiil Goods ond other specialities will he of tilt: uon. Wo FrKASffl, WHOLKSALE & EKTA1L BUTO11EB, G U N D A G A 1 . _,0 STAND TIIK SEASON AT— Jones' Greek, near Gundagai, THE IJEAUGHT STALLION, flOMET in ,i brnu'iful Hiy IJor^n, ri-itiR \_^ 4 yeiri ijld, a unding over 10 buuds hich, wiih pploViliil bone and ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

r- ' A Tragedy. A young law student wrote a tragedy in five 'atts,- founded upon early English history, wJilch ' \ws perfowned wlt'Tiout much i siiccess. Shortly af terwardt, ho was at ii n evening party, where u young man of his ac(]iialiitance -lld .something whltih he considered' a bsurb. Strolling, nn fn ;lilm .lie kmIi! : . 'That act of yours has made you per fectly- ridiculous.' ' Kxiaise me,' returned his friend promptly, ' I r.ilher think it takes five acts to make a man rJdleulbus.' The courts of MIssojrl (ibctda'.thatv a teaoher has ? control ovoi' a ohlja from the time It loaves a par'nt Jo thf time of its leturnlnij, lncluillng ihd ilme to aria from bcIiqq). *C- ?»&' ?'' -._-?-? ? ?'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Greek Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

'u,'1.' iGreek Girls. ..'';- The. Groe.k girls of .families, pf high social; position make (heir debut at the ngeodlO, the occasion being a-cblldren's Oonrt'',ball. Jield by King* George and Qiiofcn Olga every 'year atslhe palace to wards the end 'of 'November. The young -ddbnftintcs dress «irt white,- and wear silk niitlen.s,- tihelr-dark .haJi1, nearly always curly,', hanging , down CJielr backs, but tied , together, willf rlblions. After the firs^appearance'thoy'gVrtb Ihe ball every 'year.^uiilll'they inarry or are too old for this festivity.'*; .Oh iperoiuigc ,',!« vory strict,- and, marriages are arranged very early,' most girls being married before they are 10. . . t , ,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Stumpy Great Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

Some Stumpy Great Men. Soorates was stumpy, also St. Paul and Alexander the Great, great only as a warrior. In Btature both he and hie far more intelligent father, Philip of Macedon, coarce reached middle height. In this regard we may rank them with the famous Spartan general, Agesilaua ; with Attila, the 'Scourge or woo — Droad- shouldered, thickset, sinewy, short; with Theodore II., King of the Goths, of whom OasBiodorus writes : ' He is rathor short than tall, somewhat stout, with shapely limba alike lithe and strong.' Actius, too,commander-in-chief of the Roman troops and prop of the tottering Roman Empire in the days of Valen tinian, was a man of low stature, therein resembling Timonr the Tartar, self-described as a 'puny, lame, decrepit little wight, though Lord of Asia- and Terror of. the World;' also the great Conde arid his pygmy contemporary, Marshal Luxembourg, nicknamed 'The Little ' by those who admired him for making Louis XIV. Louis the Great, who, by the bye, less hi...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Female Financier [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

: A 'Female Financier. An ex-Oangrowsmaai of Illinois has a .little d'fljiigihter who 'luiei.Uie mnkiing of a great flnancter in hec. One day lieiv father callod'HierjIo'liUn. 'My ?dear,' saiid he, 'a inan'filiis nioniing offered me this roam full of gold if I would sell li'ttle 'brobhor. Now .t'hrit' inwiuij gold oiiDugli to fill lihis room fwin wall to ?WUU.UUU iixjui iiuur m feinug. ii. i tsiiii llttlo 'brotiher for thlut sum I shall be able lo buy eveiytihlng In t'he 'world .you want. S'haJl I sell 'him ?' ''No,' papa,' amsweiwl Hie li HI o. girl promptly, a/iKtlj iliici), before 'her delighted father cauld enibra'ce 'hoi* for expressing * so much unselfish fifTeoldon,) slie went on, ' Keep 'hliin I ill 'he's bigger. IIo'll be «ioi.'t)li more thwi.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAID FOR THE JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

PAID FOR THE JOKE. A good many years ago tho Brigade-Major of Gibraltar, who was a strict ilinciplinarian, wns accustomed whenever ho could see any soldier under tlio influence of drink to ncribblo on apicco'of paper, ' I'lrase eonlino this man for drunkenness,'' put it in an cnvolope, and, accosting tlio inebriated per cnti flituirn liim t r\ rlittivn,* i lit* nfiln In t )ln commander of tho guard, with the lemilt that he would bo conlined under lock arid key, aud brought up beforo his commanding ofiiccr tho next day to receive punishment) On one occasion ho met an Irishman slightly intoxi cated, scribbled out tho usual note, nntlcfill ing to the man; requested him to deliver it to the nou commissioned oincer .'commanding the South Poit guard. Put took tho letter, turned down thu next street, and; meeting tho Brigade- Miijoi'j own groom, a strict teetotaller, asked him .as' a favour, as ho happened to ba going, in another direction, to give that note totho peison to whom it was add...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. An nnnonynioua -letter haa boon tho cause of a terrible tragedy near Tuu lon. A young man named Pollegrln was about to marry Madomoieilla Barbaroux, and everything whs ready for the wedding' ceremony, 'whon he roceived an unsifirned letter, tho writer of which gave his fiancea n terrible loputation. Pel'egrin nhoweJ the ac cusation lo Mademoisolla Barbarous, who indignantly denied tho charges made by her unknown and cowardly traduoer. Hor lover bettered her, but when ho was gone ohe liangod heiselt in a .'stable. Pellegrin, lienring the fntal news, took a. gun, went to- the place where l)i«* bctrnthid wna fub pended, .and shot hitn-olf. He hid pluced the muzzle of the gun under his chin, to aa to make death sure.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

RAILWAY TRAVELLING . Within three years a man will be able to uet into the train at Oste d and travel straight through io P rt Arthur. In live years a person w 11 be anle to tmvel from the Capn to Alexai dria. There ia yot at' irl ..-rpa . world line fiom ConBtintinoi-lp via Palestine, Pa oja, Tndia, and Burmah. to Horg Kovg. The importance ot. the^e three grant lines of comniu- ic tion cannot bo sufficiently dwelt upon, 'it can certainly not be exaggerated. With the Siberan r.-iilwuy we have nothing to do now ; with regard to the other two, this is to be noted — they both of thi m meet in Palestine. Palestine is the' great en ire. the inept. ing of the roads. W l-oever hoi « Palestine, oommands the gren1 linpc of communicaiion, iiot only bv land . but alao by sea.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
'I'M NOT A LIAR.' [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 30 November 1898

'I'M NOT A LIAR.' A boy once a plied fur a situation. ' We don1', like lazy boys lieiv,* sai'i the manager. ' Ar.- you fo*-d of work?' ' No, sir,' rrsp n 'ed the boy, lock ing the other etraigh' in the fiic. ' Ob, you're not iireiv't you ? Well, we wani a Doy tnac is. ' There ain't any,' said tho b :y douu^t'ly. 'Qh, yea there are. Wo have lia over half a dozen of th.it kind here this morning to lake the place we l.ave.' ' ETow do you know they arp?1' asked ihs bey. ' They fold me £0.' 'So could 'J. Bur I'm not al.:ar.' And t'te LmI naid it with such an'ajr1 of e3 viicing energy thit he ~ was engaged at onoe. Thp O- ivernmoni tnlk of ei'ab'ia' ing ? 1 nee oVui-ioiia, and nt the s»mo timv imp 8 f a»h iiixmioii :o nifO' full ns; revenue Srmo Tirrviiiona for the ngp(l poor is fer ainlv ju^t' ahln 'nil recaciry. hat iliis i a ('nmp'»heiifivo qncMi^n tbnt should V' r»f rro -o tbp coinin / Fnlcrnl ''o\ ei iimen* Tin ro tte ag d'poor ia-tlio whol«'--f.ilio cot ? nicf,-' iiiir' ilio irue de...

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