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HIS LAST SOCIAL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

HIS LAST SOCIAL FUNCTION. .Mueh at) ltd muy iipiirnclutd. the hourly Hcnri-cifT ho rooulvod, Sir Ooorgo Clnrlui before ho left muni Imvo grown noimiwhnt tiled of it all. Ono can Imagine, him saying as ho paces tho iliiok of llio innil Hlvmnor with Ludy Clnrko, 'TIiohii VluliirlmiH uvo u jolly duo people, my dour, but olio (Ioon get so tired of Ijelng iuoeHHniilly suld good bye to. And if ono could only Imvo u iirafeHmonnl haud-shaker what' a relief It would bo.' On Moiulny, nlffht (it tlm Town Hall the Lord Mayor olect gavo ?n furowi'll at homo to Sir Ooorgii and Tjiuly Olurl.n. It was not n 'hiiiuII nntl curly bill a largo and early,' I do rv t'ljplion lasting from II o'ulook to l(l-:m. Tho hall proHimled ti brilliant nppoaraneo, while a mipital imixinil iirogranune had linen arratiRod.' Thero In not a pin's point to cIicioho in IIu'hh funotloiiH belweeu Sir Maluolm M'Huu horn nnd Sir Hiuminl aillolt. They enuh 'do' Iholr guuHtH in proper stylo, Munduy night's timutloii whs a tilli...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. FAIRLY ON THE WAR PATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

OUlt MET.DOUI^J-I LETTER. From Our Own Corrospomlwil. FAIRLY ON THR WAR PATH. ? Our Kmloriil wiu-rior* urn now fiiit-lv on ? tlui wui-|iulli. On iMmiiluy (Uk Ex cellency will) all ilui! ceremony -Hhso1vi.i1 tho limt I'lulianient of t!u- ('oinmon wnllh or AiiHlrnliii. Until l!)lh December no one but Ministers will draw any inoio 1'nilimni'nlni'y imy. Tho latter will huve their snlnrieM-l bo(t pinion, rt.miiiu'i'iilioii-llin eon Htitutioli providing that u Minister muy hohl olliee niiiely ihiyts after I lie ilinHoliitilxi, even tlmiitfh lie. may not bit u iiihiiiIht ? of Parliament. Tl'ii,i in. of cour.se, n limitalion of tlio (line provided in the Slatn CoiiKlitntioii. TIioh.! ill .present, in the Held have up to thi! Ilril lloeenilier to deeiile whether ?they will nominate- after which (here will be lio (li'iiu'ii)),' bin'!;,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIR JOHN FORREST'S RETIREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

. sin John t'oiiiucsrw hktiue JIIONT. , Ponim-nplm liavu nppenreil to the bffeut tlmt. Sir John Korn-st eimlem pltltocl rotiriiig f1(lm polities at. an I'lWly date. Neither I he lYime Wininter nor the, Treasurer, I lie only Ministers RiH-ntlible, however, know uuylhiiiK about' it, .Sir (imiyio Tiinier, ' when upoliim to on the milijirl, expressed the opinion that there wan not nnieh ulianco of the Western knight ipiilliiif for Homu lim« to come, if nt all. 'He'd belter eome over her.! and taUe Ir vinos place,' added Sir (icoree., willi u merry Jltlle (wiiil.Ie in hi,i eye. This ih not tlio llrnt time, however,' Iliut we liavo heard of Sir John Forrest')) re tirement, but llii! rumom-H Imvo in vnviably vuninlictl into thin nir ami loft, tho burly knight behind.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GONE TO NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

,aONI3 TO NIBW (IUIN.HA, '!«?-) ol1 (lii'eo U'wiliK Imi'k i iuii|illou- ml tnab thero wmi n Illiullhood of a imrly bi'lnif mado up fur a trip to Now (Illlnnn, II uhnl I hear be ( i u I It- - it imI J Him no leutiiiii Io doubt ll— n voiihoI Wh oh olnnroil mil from HoIihuii'ii Hay u day or two idiiro initoniilbly ehnrlw I'll fill' a iilemiiire trip wiih really III' Icudcd for New (liiluen, The pnrly Ih fully ei|lilp|ied fur ailveuliire of uuy Kind, and In uildlllon, oiutIi'h lellei'Mof n ? iiinemliillnn and Inlroduclkui In llio Comiuonweallli Administrator In Uiohii pai'di, l''or (lie next few mollUifi the yiuiiiir adveuliirei'ii I'jipeot to linvu 'a jolly line time ollt,'

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

SAILING AWAY. , . On Tuwiiliiy Jri^l';.\oolloi«iy nud Thinly 1 Olarlie, with nil tlm prldo, pomp and cicri'inony iillnohliiir to Uiohii ciuouhIoiih, worn 'I'Hiiorlwl tn tlm Port, Mulliaiii-nii l»«i; wliorn Ihti final jfootl-byo wan Hiild, I horn worn IiiiiuIh piny Ing, flugn HVIjiffi {runs llrlng from Ihn Uuinnln, nnd n proi'osHlon lliroiigh llm prlliolpq J liviilH of (ho oily. If Kir Cliiorno ( lurkn ootild Imvo lieunl ono half ul llio o\|-i'i'niilotin'of I'oKfot at his do jmrliim lm would Imvo lioon nddltldn nlly griitillod, 'A mlghly Clovohior, and wo io worry Iio'h going,' xnltl ono hi llio inouii of worlunon In (JiiIIIiih wlroel, who had linooltetl olV for « f«w iiKimenlii Io neo (ho wivalondo go liy, ion, iiiiitl auolluir, 'Jhi'h omi of llm fow dhnpH who Imvo boon nt Clovoru moil I IIoiiho, who li»H hod n nwl hvi«- lmthy wlili tlm pooplo, ,1 hopo iWll oonio Intuit,' Anil so «ny-iiU of uh,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PREMIER CONTINUES THE LEADERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

THJJ l'HBMIBIl CONTiNUMS ,TJIM 1 tiKADIMlHiriJ', Hy this limn (ivory on« In ilui Hluto Iuiowh tint' Mr. Irvlno him dutildod to tulftln (lm louilumhlp, Tlm iiuwh wan JIniI conveyed (o llio oeimpantH of tho ? iniiuii'H uy mo nearty oiioers oinuunllng irom tho JllnlHloilal room, TIiohii who lmd boon prmlltitlng Iho bt'oaU-tlp of (ho Ministry, who with Mr, Androws, had 'boon doolurlng It iiiorlbuiiii' or 'n row of oxllnnt viiIciiiioiih' looked very blue, 'Nover mind,' mild ono member of tho Labour eorner (o anothor, 'It Won t bo umny inoutliH Imforo llioy will Imvo In face (ho I'otinti'y,' 'Yo«, wan ?tho mournful reiily, 'but wu oliall be In (hit iiuino ponltlDii, iind how do you know who's going to win?' Whon tho imrly euiiio (looking out of llio room Rj'Kllllwjtjon nhowed on ovory fnco, ''lids will bo goud iidwn (or tho.coun ir.Vi nnld one Nmlheni mmnljoi'/ Ohly jl day in' two sIiilmi I wiih Ihlnrvlowoil by n farmer .who wild It wan nol fall' to nuk (ho I'reinlor In eoulluuo In olllco...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHARITABLE APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

A CHARITABLE APPEAL. It is perhaps somewhat praunturo to talk about Christmas, Still old Tompus is always fugiting at such a rato that there Is little time to bo lost, especially where charity is con cerned, Lying in my dusk aro halfa dozon circulars from different chnrit «blo inHtitiitioim, asking mo to make an appeal to country people to con tribnto out of their coming fulness to the sufferers in Melbourne, They point out that Hovor.nl metropolitan institu tions aro not by any means restricted to local patiimtH, but that thoy como from all parts of the Slate. When mib HvriplloiiH aro asked for, money is not neceunarily meant. On the contrary, product! of nil kinds would bo hearlily welcomed. Tho Salvation Army, in particular, would gladly receive 'any thing (lint would assist them in giving their Christinas meals to tho poor, whom they gather out of tho lanci and bye-ways, Out of your Cliriillnu charily, therefore, country people, you might uparo a little.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLOSE OF THIS SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

CLOSE OF THIS SESSION. I have it on the bent authority that tho Premier has asked his nupjiortors to help him in panning tho ItcdiHtribu tion of Seals Hill, and cloNinir the ses sion before Christmas, Mr Morrison reckons that fivo or six monthii at least will be occupied in preparing tho (doctoral rolls and milmiitdttg -hem to tho revision courts. That will mean that tho election under the lleform Hill cannot take plnco till May or Juno, inoru especially as thero may bo hoiiio dolny in obtaining tho Vico-rogal nn so»it to tho Ucdislributioa of Seats liill.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REWARD OF FAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

THE H1SWAHI) OF FAME. Now and again siomo of our kerb stono merchaiitn in Colllns-stroot ? hnvo for sail.' noniii clever toy.'i. Ono of tho latest of these in a lifuliko prcHonlimml of Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, who in bv the aid of machinery in his 'iniiardrt*' made to strut a few paces along tho footpath. The High Prieut ol Pre ferential trade, in shown eye glnsii in eye dressed as Mr. Choinborlmn is de picted aa dressing and wearing tin.1 in iivitnblo orchid in his button-holo. You may buy ono of tliono toyn for a iihil ling, iind (ho enterprining merchiiul from whom I bought mine, told me that, ho had rapidly run out of hiii stock. In Pnriu for many years tho practice of presenting public men in this fashion had been ti common one, but it hna only recently boon introdu ced in England.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A COALITION MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

A COALITION MINISTRY. II wan umlisinpf to nni.« lwf»!» flw.i Premier's clecieion wan Icnown thu cajieriuti!) with which somo of thu mem bers formed a Coalition Ministry. Ono member who »iU on the Government wide, of the Mouse, but who has never been particularly noted for his loyalty to any Ministry or Party, hinted that hi! and others were not prepared Io keep the Premiership warm for Mr. Hhiels. His idea neemed to be a coali tion (iovernnient, which would includu Sir Alexander Vmcock nnd liimsolf. No one in, however, likely to step into till) Government (iIiooh 'juut yet awhile— none of them would most nsiuiredly iill tlm 1'rcniicr'n. Mr. Androwu accused thu (iovernnient party of being Hcrvile, to which Mr. Prendergust B»i-l, ditto, leaving liinmelf open to the Uuint of TradoH' Hall servility. In connection with the Old-Ago Peiinion Act An drews tall;ed impeachment. 'Why don't you try it?' asked the Premier. To which (ho member for Geulong iiiig wercd nothing. The Stnto political ...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETIREMENT OF POLICE OFFICERS AT THE GE OF GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

RIOT111I0MIONT OK I'OLICIO OJ.f. I''1(JIORS AT Til 10 AGIO OK (10, In the Annembly, thin nllcruoon, u lonil (IIiicummIiiii took place on a iiiotloii Hint police olllcelii nhould let ire at I ho age ol 11(1 yearn, Mr, Murray prolulned to coiwldor Ilui mallei',

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREVENTION OF BUSH FIRES. PREMIER PROMISES AID. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

I'liKVIONTION dl'1 Bl/SH li'IKIOS, J'UISMIIOIl '.PKOMIpHOS AID, Tliu I'l'Minler pi'iiiiilni'd aid, In order to prevent liunli llren, from (Im rcVeiUH1,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNUSED ROADS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

? UNUSIOD ROADS HILL, The Uuuneil Koiuln Hill Wan ennui dereil In ooiiililllliie

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

(lIIUVL'IOltN. I'ldia Our Own CorrenponiU'lit. A iireiit. (leal ol uncertainly cxIhIii ninoiiK the nil ? ii at Chllleru Valley No, '.!, TIim I rouble, If trouble there In, nlfeeln only I hone worlillilf III Hie mI.\ loot driven, -)nllo recently Him men refiined to work 111 the (III, driven and pay lor Ilieir own eaudleii, mill nald they would work under prolent, peiul lii|{ an I'M'eutlvo imitIIiu.; of the A, M, A., but tlio iiiilliiiijei' reflined lo rm'ii|- lllnn ivny illicit Ihliii;, At liny rale, the Irollble, which iieeiued lo be iialehed up by the company providing' tlio ciiudlen, loomii up ajralu, Tliu men wern (old Ihev would have lo buy Ilieir own eaudleii In the (III, driven, ami one nhift ol men reliiiii'il to nlaii, Peudlniv a Mcttlement they wrra placed in another (hive. So miyi- (I,,, ,-iiinour, and lionet (he unenxinivii. Humour alno miyn that the A.Jf.A, c.wcutivo in prc])ar'ed to uupport tho men alluded. A boy nmned Lculie Wili-on, seven yriu-H of nix?, Kon of Mr. Th...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKE NIGHT AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

SMOKE mm AT BI'INALLA, Mr. V. Dunno, tho new louuco ol tlio Alfaury Itefroiiliment liooinn, wnn ten diTtd a iimolio iii^hl at tlm Comnior cial Hotel, on Wedneudny eyoniiiK. Mr. T. Kviiny, aHointnnt utation . inuiiter, wan in tho chair. Tlio tonnt ol the JCInir beinc; honour ed, Mr. Kenny proponed tho health ol tlu; RueHt, which wan nupported by Mr. ten Brink, who npoke to tho health of the (jucHt, and noid ho wan Koinpr to Albury, the place ol hin (the npeaker'n) birth, and the beat town in Auatralin, Me-isrn. Daly and Bourko, for trnvel leru ; Mennrn. O'Neill and Cliudley, for civil iiervantn and railwayii ; Mcniini, O'llallornn and Darcy for townspeople, nuiinorlod tho toaiit, Tim toast, wan drunk with inimical honourn, and Mr. Dunne, on rininn;, [;ol a Ricat ovation, In n very hnjipy c|-'.'ccli ho thanked hin many friemln for tliin Kccond oxpremiion ol their re crnrdn. When they (rave him that very iuindoomo ban 'ml 'inokn ni);ht Iv.'o ypni'B ago, he thoujjlit, hin friendu had do...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GARDEN PARTY TO MEL. B. SPURR. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

A GA11D10N l'AUTY TO MEL. H. Sl'UltU. A gardim jiarty lo welcomo Mr, Mni, B. Spurr In the lovely groundu of tlm Church of England Grammar School proved ono of tlm inmit, nucceiinful fiiuu tloiin Hint linn taken placu In Mel loiirno for mmio linio, A largo part of the enlerlnlnimnit wan fiirnlHhed by Mr. Mel. H. Spnrr, who Kindly gavn hin nervlceii, The groat hall wan Tilled twice over by neparato audience.'*, who linteued (o Hie nlory of Hie Boyn at School, tlm IIIh hop' and (he Caterpillar, the Mill Wheel, and other favourite pleceii of hin repertoire. Sir Henry Wrlxon, who prenldod, pro milled Hie entertainer with all ivlhlim ol Mnlliourne view.', prefaced with Bomu vei'HMH by ('(moil Tuclier. They road ui followH i— Molbourne'H funny miUu you'vo tlultlucl, Sprighlly Mel, H, Spurr I She your JoIuim luui proved mid ploklud ' If you only luuiWi' When you'vo ' Bonn,' yen, gonu on iolll'K, li'ar removed mid rare, We nliall tell your jiiken nil ouivi, ' , Llltu tlm ' Ijo.vb nl iiuhool,...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

BOARD AND II1WIDI0NCI0, Under thin heading Knurl con Wordn Prepaid are ehiii|.ed SIXPIONCIO ! nix liiiieillonn l!/ll, ROOMS TO LIOT, with or wllhonl i board, Mm, Spencer, Towiuii'iid ill reel, ' ? SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, Under Ililn heading Fourteen Wonln Prepaid are eliar|',ed 1IIXPENC10 ; nix liinerllotin '.!/ll. ?»*/ ANTK.D, lininoillalcly, lOxperl VT enced Ilni ? Parlour MiiIiIk, W/ and I'J/ I Cookn and Lnuudreniii'n, holeln, In/, town mid eouiilry. Apply Klclil'ii, »»/'ANTED (Iniiil (leiieral Servnlil. »T Apiily, Mm. daeluion, Wyinnli TeiracM, (illvii'iili'i'iili ^C HERE'S A SFARFER 5J Tliu Hot Weather will remind you that it is about timo to go in for ono or mj' 25 MEN'S SILVER LUSTKE COATS, ... ? \l ; 5/0, 7/6, 0/0, These arc worth in tho regular way 10/0, 12/0,166/ Tlm TUSCAN STRAW HAT at a/0 is worth G/0 of any Fothcrs Sonti' hard cunli. ' . A Rcul Good Light; Wanhing Hat, in all uize.s, going ofT nt 1/0. ? . '.' A^lnrgo leal IMITATION KEAL l'ANAMA HAT, worth 3/0, wo ...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

WANTED AND CENEHAL. Under Hiiu heeding Sixteen Wordn I'l-enaid are charged ONE SHIL LING ; nix iiuicrtiuiiu d/0. AUCTION SALE, Thurfidny and 1'Vidny, DccTinber \\ and 1, on I)rcmiKC3, 'TowiiKciid-utrei't, whole of W. Kumlile'ii Slock-in-Trade. Jloiinc hold l''uniiture, fiuiiH, Cartrid(jcH, lie viilvern, Hvcrytliing; relini|iiiuliiiig ijuninc.'Jt). SjiOUND tho liesl place in Albury for 1 Joincr'ii Work, Upholstering mid all llepiiini. TOVJOY & Co.. Kiewa-fit, HjiOK SALH.-100 loim Ali..--iiaii 1: Oaten Hay, in iitnek, jyuarantced clean | would thrauh SO IiukIh-Ih. Ap ply A. 10, UiblioiiH, Walbundiie. W OOK out for Valvcrde Clirintnian Ji^ llampcrn thin year, they will nur primi you at 20/, :!()/ and .10/. Allmry and Ilimty. f' ADIES Contiiiueis for CliriHtmas U niiuli) to order, 21/0, 23/G, 27/0, yH/, in lfrunch Munlinn, Cambricti, Linen, and Fleoked Cranh, etc. This in n n])ecial olFer, nnd would advino an early iinlcction from tlio l.irRcHt n» oorlmcnt in Albury. .). I'1, ll...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

Congi'ogatioiml Cluii'ch. JlEOHANiaS' HALL, - TO-NIGHT I 'Jl'O-NiailT I VOOAL AND INSTHUHrlONTAL CON CEUT, TA13L13AUX, ETC. Adininiilou—dd ; children, lid. U. MANSiOLL, Sco, ™ — ^ __. Alteration ol1 Dato OK High School Concert. Owliiff .to tho EIVICCTIONH Vov tlm ?'? . COMMONWEALTH VA UI.1AM I'JNT Doing held on December 1(1, tlm ? A110V.E CONOIORT Will Im HUM) on llin Ulli, mid NOT (Im llllh DECU0M1JEH An originally Intended, MEL I). SPUMl l\lir,(IHAN.ICS'TNSTITUTK, MONDAY AND TUKSDAV NIOXT, NOVEMDER 30 AND DKUEMI1KH 1. Mv. Ilurhorl: Flcnunlng Will have I lie honour ol |ii'enimtlug MIOL. II. SI'llKR TIIK WORLD'S MKIi. II, SI'llllll (lltKATIOST MKI,. II, SIMIRIl StKMKTY MKI,, II. SI'URR lONTHIlTAINEU, MKI,, II, Sl'Ultlt NOW the RAtllO MKI.. M. SI'URU- of MKUUHIKNI'!, In hin lOiillrcly (lrl|;liinl, llumoroun, Drainalle ami Miinlcnl lOnlerlalnment, An ulvrn by him lor over 7000 1'er loriiinucen ut TIIK EUYl'TIAN HALL, LONDON. The Iliix Plan now open nt Illnlten', where neatn may bo boo...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903

Thanks. 'I' l)E(i to tender lo the IIvhUIoiiIh of ,' Wo .ngu, Albury, and Hurroundlng diHtridt, my bent thanliii for tholr kind Ilnlionage during tlm flvo ycni'H I hnvo been in iniHiiieun in Wodongiij mid so licit their pnlronngo for my uttocvMBor, Wr. 1). CnAWFOltD. STJOI'HICN CAltKICEK, Mnnngcr, Termlmm Holol.

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