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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Homing STotss ( By " Broxzkwixc;.'") The Young Bird*" Champion. R ice of North Western' Homing Society was flown fvotr Bowdeu on Saturday last. The distance is about- 120 mil«3 air-line. The day was all that could be desired for homing, there being a light. wind behind thu birds. They were not released till 12.30— half au hour late. The iiuish was very dose, very little time elapsing between the placed birds. The ve'ocily was good, being 1,100 yards per iniuute. There was a handsome prize for the winiur, and Mr. Kendall is to be cm gratulated on bis performance. lie is an old member of the Society, and during his time has taken many prizes, especially xjh'impitn rac-.s. That is wh rj he seems to shine out most. The result of the race was ns follows Messrs. Kendall and Sons, 1; Mr. H* Wilkins, 2 ; Mr. P. Brimage, 3; with M^rtiniore close up. Mr. II. W. Wilkins says he is quite right in claiming the record for the long distance tly, and I believe lie is; but the distance has been cove...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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October 28. (Before Mr. A. A. Pearce, J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

. ' October 28. (Before Mr.-A. A. Pearce, J.P ) John Campbell ple.ided guilty, to a. charge of druukenness, and was " fined ; 53. : Monday, Octobku 31. (Bi-foro Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M ) 0 Eiickson had, to contribute os. to the revenue for getting drunk. Tuesday, November 1. (Bef rt Mr. J. I1. Stow. S.M ) Francis Hawker, M. Sejeton, Daniel Mwjmtj, Peter Miller, and Henry Shanahan were fined 5s. eauli for inebriety. The S.M. gave liis decisiou iu the case in which William John Player, licensee of the Central Hotel,was charged with having : his outeiand bar doors open. - The cise was dismissed without COStS. . ' ; 3 'i \ 5- ' 'H.; The ^following " was^ the S.M.'s ruling: —1. The charge of "having the doors open -is not proved,. except that a door was opened for just sufficient tiuie to let persons out of the hotel. 2. Tlie information should have stated tit it- the doors weie. not open for the admission of travellers or lodgers ' 3. It is n it proved, and tho iufor.iiati<>n ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Agricultural Burean. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

A meeting of the Pott. Pirie■■■; Agri cultural Bureau was held in the Council Chamber on October 25. There were present:—Messrs. E. J. Hector (Chairman), T- Gambrell, G. M. Wright, W. Smith, W. K Mallyon, and R. J. . Ferry. Mr. Hector apologised for Mr. Lawrie's i absence. Minutes of meeting held on August 30 read and confirmed. On September 27 tlicre was not a sufficient number of member* to form' a quorum,"eonseqiten" !y the meeting lapsed. Those who attended were Messrs. G. M. Wtight, E. Stephens. VV. Smith, and It. J. Ferry. Apologies were received from Messrs. J. '-LawrLs and Roberts an. Mr. W. Smith reported having attended field trial of implements with Mr. P. J. Spain, a report of which h »s been published. . A letter was..-received from (he Crystal Brook Branch asking if tin Port Pirie Branch would join the amalgamated branches in the holding of a trial of . reaping and winnowing machines. Mr. Wright proposed and Mr. Gambrellseconded thatwe should help the other branches in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Pwr Bum Tested and tried for 35 years in all parts of the world. Such is the testimony of Mrs. E. B. Chf|> peil, of Stawell,Victoria, Australia. She says: .fit is with .great pleasure that I record mv experience as a nnrse for thirty-Eve years vriUi the wonderful curative effects of AVER'S SarsqwHi an.i I>r. ATcr's Flits, Both of these I ha to tise»l in (USIerents jmrls ff tbe 'world, Inclutt i-ig AiMtrail.i. for myself and my patients, in c;»s*s ot nervous prostralion. poor X-Iotwl, sksit t!i<e-is*-*s ntnl aJf complaints man v.eak ness peculiar to women. I ir.ost heartily re commt'Si I tli«?sc preKirations to all sufferers from :wv of tbc «bove. named «!Istressing c«rcjpLiin'.s." Fnr constfMt'on lake rir. Avcr's fills. They ptnriirtif t?ll(ra sml ntwly enro- Tafca tl ctn with Dr. Aver*# Sarsapaillla: one aids the other.

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Sanitation and the Cause of Typhoid Fever. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Sanitation anil tis Causa of Typioid Feves. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—It appears from the result of the ratepayers' meeting last Thurs Jay even ing that there is 1*10 hope of having deep drainage, and as the heal ill of the people demands the first attention of the Council, is it not the duty of ratepayers to assist them to the utmost in improving the sanitati >n of the town ? To this end had there been tiuic at the late greeting, ii was my intention to move a request to the Mayor to cill a public meeting, say in the Banqueting-rooui, of gentlemen \to "discuss arid debate our sanitary condition, not with the idea in getting through in one evening's debate, but to adjourn from time to' time until the matter is thoroughly thivshed out. Such a move mii-ht be the uii ans of bringing ty light defects at present lost sight of. Of necessity the tiiue giveu' to this inittcr by. the I5o;ird of Bealth is limited, and in times of danger we should all try and' lenJ a helping hand- I hold strong opi...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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The Port Pirie Recorder. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

oUie ftoi't |Urie Pccorier. Wednesday,- November 2, 189S. Army* Excursion. —The Army folks will run an excursion down the river th's evening by the Florrie. ■ ; Tu Baroota Scheme.—It was the intention of the Department, we under stand, to connect the Port Pirie supply with Baroota last evening. Whim Races—Through aa unfortun ate mistake .several e.-rors liavj occurred in the advertisement annonnjing the pro gramme of the Whiai Eaces. Particulars of the various events will bs found in our sporting column. Cocrt of A I'VEau—Council sat as a Court of Appeal on Tuesday evening There were no appeals against the assess ment, and the considering of slaughtering lieences was adjournel till MonJay evening next. Breaking the Record.—On Monday last. -Mr. Geo. Hawkins, the agent of Hugo Wertheim here, received the fol lowing telegram.: — Broken Hill to Adelaide cycle record — F. T. Thom riding Efectra track racer fitted wi( h Excelsior tyres, arrived "."jO a.m.. took 33 hours 50 miri., thus low...

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Polies Court Port Pirie. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.M) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

PoliesOoart/^ort^irlo. Tuesday, November, 25 (Bvf..rc Mr. J. M ) Lin nil Iwjersoii, age~i 13. : 1 huhp Mackey, II, anil Rudolph ,1/etnuu, 12, wero charged «»n tlie inf<>riu-iti<m of Carl Ricliird Sjostroin with wilfully and maliciously damiging the sailing bn;it of. informant fc<> I lie extent <>f £o. f. Mr. D. C. Sc >tt-appeared f»r informant., Mr. J. 'Dune>u f'if Ingerson and Det'nar, and. Mr. M. G. Copinger for Mackey. :The boys pleaded not guilty. Cavl Richard - Sjostroin, fisherman, Port Pirie, siid -1 hive .a cutter ; last Saturday fort-night she was moored the nthec side of the river, opposite the StSathshi^X>o%pSuy'tf;WfiStr(';'' was work in Mr. Lcverington's store mending baskets; in coas.-queuce of what soine •ue told me 1 went fur a police constabla u:d took him to the Intercolonial Wharf, and showedr him what these -boys were <1 ; as far ai I could sue they were jumping ab >ut in the boat and thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Sc'i. oier newsboy, from Puget Sound. i353S§33 — CAPTAIN MOLLESTED will not be re sponsible fur any Debts contra :ted by bis Crew without his writ'ei ai thni'v. a so. wills & co., Aiients. F R E D GR El HAS ranch pleasure in informing his many friends ami the public generally that be has commenced bustiies1* as AUCTIONEER, commission AGENT. ACCOUNTANT, WHEAT-BUYER, land AGENT, MONEY LENDER, «Sc., &c-. Routs and Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated or purchased for Ca^h Auction Sales conducted any where in the Colony. Having a large amount of Capital at Command I am prepared to makt CASa advances on Bills of Sale Freehold or Leasehold Properties! Fnroi(are,-Ac. GHAUPEU OK COMMERCE CHARGES. A Call. Invited I* It E D GREY. Port Pirie. Bids Discountedjdaily. USEFUL BOOKS FOR EVERY H0M& Ruddock's Va fe Mscnm of Homoeopathy. "* Lady's Mamial of H«un0J0p3Uiy Gordon Stables* Sickness or Health. " " ■**■■■ Mother's Book of Healtb: ; Wi{(« Guide to Health ' and Ilappmes...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

VKSSELS TO AURIVE. Alcyone. Ger.nan 4-s»:isted barque, *2118 tonBrims, from Antwerp Sailed Oct iler 1. days out. Ash fey, steamer, 2-97 tons. Webber from Java. To sail. Arroyo, s.s.. 3,564 tons. Glenn, master, from London, via Fremaiitle. To sail. A a t'i a, steamer, 4203 tons, Newell, from Scnth Africa. To sail. A puna, steamer, 3H2 tons. Carr, from Sourabaya. To sail. Chelmsford. four-masted barque, 2197 tona." Thompson, from Hamburg. Sailed Oct. 15—18 days out. Mary Augusta, ship. 1,385 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. Juanita North. steamer. 3.503 tons. Ferry master/ from'Monte Video. To Bail. John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 tons, Maiden, ma iter, from Paget Sound, tailed Sept. 7—5*>days out. Jupiter. Da-iuIi ship, 16-31 tons, Fiinder. muter, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, GO da $ out. •f. B. Thomas. American ship, 18>7 tons, Lermond. master, from Hamburg. Sailed August 17/87 days out. J. C. Jnlitt3, Geiman barque, 107G tons. ; from Barry Dock. Sfailetl iugust...

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Koolunga. [From our own Correspondent.] October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Eooluaga. [From our own Correspondent.] ; October 27. Haymaking is the order of the day in this district. A much larger quantity is being cut than whs intended, owing to the bad eflects of the hot « e it her. Some of the crops have gone off very bad'y, others an* holding rut Wonderfully well. . A good downpour at present would make a great difference. There are some really fine crops in the neighbourhood, and it is very distressing to see them perishing for want of rain. A football scc:al was held in the Insti tute on Friday evening last, and p-issed off very successfully. At "a meeting of subscribers of the Institute, Messrs. Bu»g»yne, Sowden, and Russell were nominated for the vacancies on the Public Library B»ard. The Presbyterian Sunday School Anni versary has just been held ; the pastor, Rev. H. J. Lamheit, preaching three times on Sunday to good- congregations, despite the rough .weather. On Monday evening a concert was held, most of the itemson (he programme being contributed...

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Commercial Report. Recorder Office, November 2, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Commercial Import. Recorder Office, November 2, 1898. Wheat (Pt. Pine) per bushel ... u I o Do. (Crystal Brook) ... ... 0 2 6 Do. (Gladstone) ... 0 2 5 Do. (Georgetown&Laura)... 0 2 £1 Flour (Country) ... 8 i0 0 Do. (Roller) ... . ... 9 0 0 Bran, per bushel ... 0 0 8 Pollard, per bushel ... 0 0 9 Oats, per bushel... ... ... ... 0 3 0 Chaff, per ton ... ... ... ... 2 10 0 Hay, per ton ... ... 2 0 0 Butter (Pt Pirie factory) wholesale 0 9 (dairy) ... ... 0 0 7 Eggs, per dozen ... ... ... 0 0 9 Ham, per lb. ... ... 0 0 9 Bacon per lb. ... ... ... ... 0 0 9 Lard, per lb. ... ... 0 0 9 Cheese, per lb. ... ... ... . ... 0 0 f f Onions, per cwt.... ... ... ... 1 2 6 Potatoes, per ton. ... ... ... 12 0 0 Potatoes (new), pc.r ton ... ... 14 0 0

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Red Hill. (From our own Correspondent.) October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Bed mx. 'rum our own Correspondent.) October 25. This once pio?perous little (own is s'owly, but suraly, drifting down the gulf of Time, yet one »iau still has every confidence in the place, - and goes on improving ihe main street (or road, whatever it is). Well, it is to be Imped he can see something good ahead. Business is lookinp a litile blighter I than it has teen amoug the tradespeople, j One hotel i3 closed, but 1 am told it makes tr.;de veiy little better for the other. One chapel has also had to cl >se its doors, and the two congregation* are in future going to pray together; but there are several mads to heaven open yet. as there are four cliurchcs in this small place. When the heart of man gets so flinty, and will not patt, that will have ajgreat effect iij bunging about the union of churchcs. Hay-making is now on, and some really good crop3 are to be seen. Sheaiing is finished, and things, for about a month, will be improved. Monopoly lias killed this place. The Gover...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

tmtmsM LABOUR ONLY. njMIESE will be received by the a. undersigned np to SATURDAY, November 5, for TARRING the In tercolonial Wharf Paitieulais at my Office. FRED GREY. To Stand this Season at the Farm, 4;k miles from Port Pirie. The Thoroughbred Stallion .BE O R A N by Hagioscope (Eng) from Bonnie Rosette (imp.) KORAN was got in England and born at St. Albans. H« is a rich chestnut, stauding nearly 17 hands high. For particulars, see cards. Terms, &c., from T. MARSHALL, Manager. Town of Port Pirie. ON DECEMBER 1st NEXT, the Mayor, (Mr. G. F. Claridge), One Auditor, A. E. Brett, and the following Councillors, viz.— North Ward, \V. B. McDonald; South Ward, L. J. Wilcher; West Ward,,T. Kerri son; So'omontown Ward, T. P. Coles, will g-i out. of their several municipal offices, and the NOMINA TION of CANDIDATES, to fill such vacancies will take place in the Council Chamber on NOVEMBER 24 at noon. Letters of Nomination ob tainable from the Town Cleric, must be lodged in his offic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

rnTTl l-H Has Jast opened aboat O W\-l I I L#C New and Fashionable OO vdScb DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. - in Hi Hl>cfSE$S^ii' ii ■ COTTLE IS A DIRECT IMPORTER. Men's New Straw Hats at 6d, 9d, Is, Is 3d, and Is 6d at Cottle's. Boy'? Strawr Hats 4Jd, 6d, 9d^ Is, ]s 3d, np tu £slld at Cottle's. - Straw Hats, hundreds to select from, the very latest shapes, at bottle's. Men s Shirts (collars arid pnekets—light) Is lid each, worth 2s 9d, at Cottle's. Men's '1 weed Suits—real good wearers—15s lid, 17 s 6 d, and 2Is, all sizes, at Cottle's. Men's T weed Trousers, 3s lid, 4s lid, and 5s 6d, at Cottle's. Good wearers. A*en's Mole Trousers, 3s 6d, 3s lid, -Is Gd, good wreights and clinkers to wear at Cottle's. Men's Cotton Cords, all fizes. 2s 6d 2s lid, 3s lid pair at the Spot Cash [Draper's—Cottle's. Men's Undershirts and Pants, Is, Is 6dt Is lid, 2s lid, at CotJe's. Men's Cas-hmore Socks. 9d pair. Men's Merino Socks/44d. 6d. 9d, and Is at Cottle's. Cottle's for Scarfs and Braces, 6d, Pd, Is. ...

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Post Germein. November 1st. 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Post Grermsia. November 1st. 18?8. Last Friday's storm was about the heaviest experienced for a long time. A heavy gale prevailed throughout the day. with very fierce squalls eveiy now and! then. As the sea advanced shorewards with the rising of the tide during the afternoon the rolling breakers and heavy seas at tracted a good number of residents to the beach, and by evening the je":ty was be ins continually submerged by the wave?, while mountains of sprav were thrown upas the seas struck the jetty piles and decking. It looked as if we weregoing to be flooded with the encroaching sea. but after reaching to within twenty feet of "the Po?t Office and police station, aud other buildings along the sea frontage, the water began* to slowly recede, leaving great piles of seaweed along the roadway. Some little consternation was caused when we read your report and comments as to the supply of water available from the Baroota Creek for Port Pirie. but it was generally considered that the .tw...

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IS THE COLLINGWOOD "TOTE" A PERSONAL REMINISCENCE. BY ONE WHO WAS THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

IS THE COLLING WOOD " TOTE " A PERSONAL REMINISCENCE. ONE WHO WAS THERE. In outward appearance the place raided by the piilicc yesterday partakes more of tl-o character of a fntt w stockade (Inn •.f a gau«iug bouse. It h:ts been specially plumed and constructed with a view to preventing''anything in thu shape <>f ;» surprise Fivm outside, and securing the safety of those operating within. As is amply proved by yesterday's experience, it is capable ««f resisting a long-sustnincd assault, and is only to be taken by tin*; war-like uethods of breaches or so iling ladder.-f. There are scout?, sentries, l.-uk-eu's, ami d inger signals, and the place only faHs short of the conception of a military stronghold, inasmuch as there are no weapons of offence used frmn within The nearest approach to offcusive tactics is the presence of a nurn lK-r of savage d(ig3t tr.iine'l to attack ali s'rangers, and a quantity of blue n:e'a!. which in the past has been used on '.lie police by the...

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Riding a "Toto" Shop. EXCITING SCENE AT COLLINGWOOD. A SCRAMBLE FOB THE EXITS. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 2 November 1898

Sxidras a M Totj" Shop. exciting scene at colling wood. A SCRAMBLE FOB THE EXITS. (From the Aryt*.) uioat notorious "tote" shop ill ^ icturia was raidrd fay the poltcc yvstcr d»y afternoon. This establishment is siiuatt«i a* ColltnijarutNl, »here i; has bevn in operation for years, and where etionnoys success has attended it. Re peated attempts have beeu made by rasd-> and prosecutions, but the Crown Life Department has utterly failed to cope with the ingenuity and daring of the pro prietor, who#!- identity tney are uofc cveu able Jo establish. All that the p dice har« hct'ii able to da is to break into the premises w here the totalizator is " run.'" No uile is ever found, sis, by the const ruc tion ul the place, ail have been able to make govd their escape, and beyond pasting a constable iu charge for a week nothing is done or can bo done. The s»ta«e of the Liar on the subject of "anting renders the most carefully planned action *<f.the police altortive, and though th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

el.len-stk.eet', (Opposite Custom House. The WORST Cg,$prer in Port Pirie. Don't give him a trial, you're sure to eet taken in. . B5SBBBBBSH H. CHRIS'S INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. 4-D. PER PINT. As cool as an iceberg. Best brands of Spirits'and Wines always on hand. Superior Accommodation for the travelling public : Loose boxeSi good stabling, and; an-attentive ostler* BARRIER HOTEL, w h. WAtUGE. piibneitiroR^ Begs to notify to the Travelling Public that the house has been thoroughly HesOfated and Rffarntsh^d. - For Ooevealeeee & Accommed&tiOB aasirpassed lis S.A» JACKALS BEER ON DRAUGHT. " CONQUEROR I * r Dark Twist.and PIug_ I T O B A, .O O O . I STICKS, 3d and 4d. " PLUGS, 4d., 6d., Is J |' - : ^ ' ' ' I - •o\ PARKER & CO., | o|Fashionable Tailors:mi § jal- SMrt Macros, If . | . 63 King William-Street, ADELAIDE. j t ' j' -* ^ :°: . . o)! flew Seasons fiopdi————- $*, : Vs ! ; In all Departments, Sil i 1' - ~:o:~ ! Write fdr Samples fend Self-Measurement'Eorms. O J...

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 5 November 1898

Railway Time-table. passenger -tsaitrs raoit '-Poet Pibih t® i • AdE£A»*, . 4 ToAdeJaido, Tia.Petarsburg aHdTer#*ie Elian-Street Station a4 6.50 a.m.; Central Station a.m. ! - s To Adelaide,' "via \ Bly Ih -and Gladstone. Ellen-Street SfcafcionatlO.20 a.m.; Oanfcra station *t 10.3® ~ , \ j To Broken Hill, Yia' Petersburg and Terowie. , Eilen-Street Station at 4.40 p.m. ; Central Statien at 4.50 p.m. : - < To - Adelaide, via < Petersburg, from Central Station, only, mixed train at. 10.59 p.m. , - ARRIVALS. ; ■ From Adelaide, via Terewie and Peters ■burgt# Central Statienonly, mixed train: :at 4.40 a.m. . v Pram Broken" Hill, Rnd Tero'wle Tra :P§tersburg. Central Station at 19.4 a.m.; EllenrStr^ab Ststion&t 10J3 ;t i". ] Froja Adelaide Tia Bly th end Gladstone. jCenfral Station at 4.4? p.nr.; Ellen-street :S£atie:n.at4,55 p.m. ,, . j i:v F^in:Teromei.Petersl)ur5>.an3 Northern !Systemi ; Central Staticla atV.7I47 -pirn.; Ellen-street Station at 7^53 ^mi...

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