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The Silent Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

The ? SIlet el?ltry. There le s slent nlol'ry That boe.. a light of book'or bell; Th.eyee nilalae ao'eaen ee,a A d Ie?ean' own language onll Mll. It heu no elatlt and nO fan, I Nn waiting crowd. no tuneftl ahlrl It ec're Itrm bedl of nprehlamn pl.r, rom iUp that aaeuleb braodl with Ire.' eohamIme of w~eneoad lo e wi ,,,ntwe , lN mirrhlp lr. un M im , _ 1 . Who helar.4 ah e t .OOtO lntanl low. Ttrough thi load prale olahll +': e t : ;m. The dtaunt'e rt ts. he p?aint eul. 'hat faet Illee nese'eat etle WI bemetlag lrtrad ? n?raoetul, ". lntent Itnlas llq.so olea a ,,e Th, maek who atiree every hear' From bhlrand tboea and ade?r? e.O ,, ,a Their arenest wect of frelt or flaw.r. T51hehtretl?bmlllty. The teampered . I tht b?'n to and.. tad bno.. Him oed thoaga tempe?eIw er. That owe she Iedmenla. it til red Arebat eWtdloel ollpow i'+, : el : 'That manl he on behb) nd tbhe- ' ', In5teeetolabeal. paer, Rd walt i Whatyere wind. blow loe or eed. • ... gore of t heebour. oron ae late l Like lt...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. SMART MILLINERY AND DAINTY GOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

THE LADIES' ,COLUMN. SMART MILLINERY AND DAINTY GOWNS. The question of the hour nto the feminine mind just now is, " What shall my summer has be?" It is a question of import saoe, for nothing adds to, or takes away from, a woman s appearance as the be comingneas or the unsuiability of her head gear. 'Gubelin blue, of course, ii a promi nest colour in the millinery shown. This favourite colnur is combined with cream In a bonnet of which the crown is formed of a cream silk aice handkerchief The brim is made of puffed gobelin velvet and upright loo a of gobelin ; pearl.edged satin ribbon and feathero of the same colour are in front Long gobelin net strings complete this charming bonnet. An example of the comn binatinn of gobelin and white is shown in another pretty bonnet. The crown is formed of a. white Iaose handkerchief, the brim of paffed gohelln velvet, and the trimming of gobrlin fuathere and grosgralo ribbon of the same colour. Rose vielle is a colour that is prophesied to' vie ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE LOVE OF THE SCOTS FOR SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

THE LOVE OF THE SC0OT FOR SCOTLAND. Bootland is indefoable; it bua no unty except upon the map. two j languages, many dialects, Innumerable forme. of plety, and uountlesr loos patriotiems and prejudins part us among outselves more widely tIbh hb erxtreme east and weas of shit gret oontiont of Amerino. Who.. I am at bome I itel a man from Glasgow to be somoetbli lake rival, a man from Bara to be molr ban hall a foreigner Yet let as meet eI some far eoonary, and, whether we hail from the braee of Manor or the braes of Ma, soea ready.madre fleotioon jins s on the insatea It l rot race. Look at os. One is Nors.. one Celilo, and another Baioo. It is os o.mmonity of tongue. We have II ot -among ooreelves; ind we have It almost So perfection, witb Eoglish, or Irish, ot -Amerioca. It ln no tie of faith, for we desest eaob olher's error.. And yet some where, deep down in the heart of each o*n of us, eomethlog yearns for the old land,and the old,. Indly people. Of all mysterles of the bmano h...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

C . J:: ti IA:i2 IN'rELLI(AiGCE" PRODUCE lREPIORTS. 1r Thiurday icoening. S :,. i.fr tmas vry qu ielt in the grain . Whe i? is'qulted ;at ? s oS1; iper i ! Oats ruling abuti 2s G?per bushel. s Williams and'd Co: report the as follownS:-Wheat, O"s 8}td per : :ats. 2s; 61 0.do:: ,llowing are the consignees l'now rthe Tatura railway station : " , and Co., Ilulkyardl- and 'On.,; I . ..... . .lunltr and Co., Chew Ping, W. 'lorrissey. Baldwin, Scott Bros.. -Darby, Spriggs. Moylan, Orover, .• ;.ore, Pedler, Heilernan. r'e.ks-straw, 2 trucks of stock, on S Cro0s ; 2 trucks of bnugies, or . of Laneley ;:one do. pigs, Mul. c -.;1 do. cattle, Mirboo. .. (Trtiofl dbtortgage.and Agency Com ( mtd.;) report having sold privately -: .week ending 17th Sopt., 1887, 3l51 f prodncc, viz:-WIheat, 3s 81d to Os 8?d ,: :8. to £10; oats, cape;:2s : d :7d white; 2s 9d to 8s ; barley, *. ?r 2d to Is 4d; malting, ..4s 6d peas, is 31 to Its 'ad; bran, Sdto Shanrd, 8d to 9d ; ryngrass, ts 9d to r•ocksfoot, 4d to...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

Trade Addressas. TI' OMAS ' BAZEZELE.Y' S (Late of loira) CRITERION HOTEL, .'(LateJ. TIERNEY'S), -; --tS.iAs, 'AC'COMODAT.ION.uremittingttention, and ev, r S BOAHDERs and the TRAVELLING PUBIIC. Ihoe lVin ad ispitlts' are ,i'eraonnaUy Sleicftetlfronm the , toeks of the best. Prodeicerin. BILLIARD.S t BILLIARDS !: BILLIARDS 1!! IORSES and BUGGIES always on IIIILE. Extensive and comfortable STABLING ACCOMM ODATI'ON. lHOGAN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, T A T UJ R A TIIOIAS flOGAN bdgn to intimate to the surrounding inhabitants and pullic genertally that Superior Accozmmodation and Moderate Charges are he speciality of this first-clas hotel. Al. l<Iq*ors of tite Beat Brind? and Pureset q:aluliy only" BILLIARDS I BILLIARDS ! BILLIARDS!! SUPERIOR STABLING and ACCOMMODATION PADDOOKS. Horses -aid Buggies, as well as Buggy Pairs always on Hire. FINI'S BUSH INN, CASEY-ST. TATURA. FIRST-OLASS ACCOMMO ODATION FOR TR AVE LLE RS Wilaes, Ales, and Spirits of the Best Brands. SPECIAL NOTICE! SPRIN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

actse for Oentemp]latie. The pollution of our breath Boasts the "erviee of death," Fell disease, when embraced. ,Proves the "first lord of waste " But the "Guardians of esalth" Reignl " Queen Monarch of Wealth," which I. ?Boura's DrsnrarzoraT. Every Rood honusewife keeps it for the pre. .ervatinn of the lives, health, and comfort of her householda It is the antidote of typhoid and ;l.l snob infectionu and deadly diseases.! It is now kept by very respectable chemist and grocer. Tins for nreery etc, Is. ;, for closet. and aeneral use. sold very cheaply in otlk., vie. 50lb. ne.. 1001b. 10. Agent. Samuel Lowe, 187 Collins street weeL.-(,ADv,)' The health of the German Emperor is im. proving marvellously at GO.tesh. He has re. oumed his walks on the Kaser Promenade, which he had not been able 'to do for two years. The KinR of Slam has anbed conoessione :for two rlaws, both to Eongliehmen. This may be regarded us co.lomivse proof that !ritish infl8enoe in that quarter il not on the declin...

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A Priest Beaten for Refering the Sacrament. (LONDON TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

A teet Deaoten tel IE?frtlm tshe Saoramet. (rco?(ox TIo enra.) A strange scene occurred on 9th June, in the nariah churoh of Clignannourt, one of the shady euburbs of Paris, beetknown by a song about it which figures in the moeic.hall re. pertory • of the favourite " comic lion" Paulue. Several little girls were kneeling near the altsr, preparing to make their frat communion, which waee being administered by the pariah priest. A the celebrant came up to one of the children he oddenlp etopped, and, regarding her attentivelr for a few seconds, passed on without giving her the sacrament. The girl's mother and aunt, two powerful fishwives of Clilnancourt. seeing what had taken place, instantly left their seate, and going up to the cnrd, helabonred 'nim most unmercifully with their umhrellas. Tbe priest; taken aback by the violence and suddennesse of the useult fled forsafety to the seaieity, or vestry, followed by the gor. geouos hedle of the ohurch, who tried to keep ihe excrted umbrel...

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A " Rachet" in the Coffin. (PALL MALL GAZETTS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

A " laoret" in the Comn. (PAIL? MAIL AZET?r.) A strange story comes bylast mail from America. James H. Dabney, a coloured undertaker at Philadelphia, was cealled, to bury the infant child of Samuel and Harriet Fry. Dabney had a certificate of dcath signed in the regular way, and got the ountomary burial permit from the, Health Of-lce.. With a aecfi he went to the Fry house, anA found the child toll appearances dead and wrapped in rage, lying peacefully In the bureau drawer. The undertaker placed the irfant in the eoffin and with it drove back to his shop, with the intention of burying the remains later in the cemetery. He left the coffin in the buggy while he went into the shop. His assistant soon came in and said excitedly, " There's a racket In that coffin." Dabney brought the coffin into the store, heard the noise from within it, opened it, auo found the Infant alive and kioklng He t,, k it back toits mother, but an hour or two la?'r it died and was burled. The Vlenna ' Fremdenbl...

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The Proposed Atlantic Balloon Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

The Proposed Atlarntio Ualoen Voyage. ' With reference to the intention of Captain Jos is, the well-known a.ironant, to brouss the Atlantic in October in a balloon specially prepared for, the venture, the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Tele raph" sae:-"? Captain Jovis considers" 'otober the most favourable mouth'in the year for an attempt of the kind, but he has not yet determined whether he will etart I from America or Europe. Captain Jovins' ultimate decision will depend upon one or two points that are still bring studied. I am also told on high authority that he hopes, If all goes welsB to make the voyage iU two days and a.h.lf. He will get into a favours able current and remain there as long as it etles, Instead of shifting interminably from one etmoebherrl stratum to.inother. The balloon in which the celebrated adronsau will make the journey is composed of materials hat have been three years in preparation. It is so conatructed that, when distended by the rays of the son, an...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. A NARROW ESCAPE. A TALE IN TWO PARTS. (THE BOY'S WORLD.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

THE YOUIvG-- FOLKS. A NARBO WESOAPE. D"(TO' sore.woLD.) PArt II:- =ADAefTATDrD Daco-SArs, 'At length when I had summoned courage 1 look' stain,' continued Frank, the was eated at the table, hastily turning- over the leaves of a medioal treatise. All tracesof his previous paseion had disappemred: ' Fle was seated there, as calm a usual,. 'Yet I could not look lat him without a fceling of indercribable terror. ' I tried to persuade myrelf that my nerves were not of order, and that I wanted rest. * This munh, however, I knew-he was in love with Madeline, and that I had unknow ingly errne.ed him. If I died, of crrurse my money would become his, according to the will of my father. ' What concleulon could I arrive at but that the nadden chanue in his behaviour to me was owing to the fact I have mentioned, and no doubt., if I did happen to die, the joy at coming into my fortune would far out. weigh his sorrow for me. who evideo'ly had become an object of aversion and an obstacle in his pat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

0 O N 8 U h P I I 0 N And sa DISKASES of the OCEST Saooeefully trated By PROFISSOB RADFOBD. 103 Collins ilret wret, nar Ipencer street. Years of Bright, Happy, and Vigorous Life I Have beo giren to Thousands ! who believed their health hopelessly gone 11 If you are ufflering from Inditetion. BUllomeNe. and Kiduey disordese I It ou bhave atthmatie Jymptomn , iflluonty of Brerthing, and Heart Palpitation I If you are broken down with 0outs Bhtumati m, or LumbKgo I If you are tortared with VIoltat Headaches. Blep te.e.e, and Neavou s Irrsabiltyl ll , Iryou are weak and ilaguld, and mnable to cope ithb your daily dutin Itll If you are glocmy and morose, mad eet that all the wlrld lt agalnot you You trouble ou be tosed. In the frattlNeta&i t LIVEB COMPLAINT. so prevnlnt In this country, afle tin aloet every. body to yreator Ie dgr. But do not lgiv r, for DUNSTONE'S COMPOUND ESOENOC oa DANDELION And LITEB PILLB WILL REBIORE OU to HEALTH As surely Ma mlt lldispelled by the nmoting ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

Artl?tlo Ga, Globes Mermer. Jobn Danhe s"d 8n, of 42 Btarts street wert, have as present h Ltheir abow rooms a very creditable display. of realt atlistio ag Iglobes. Their gualieso are asm ne ledgod by all to be the boss for atttleo dodp Igeneral Rood quality, and lownees of pr I'her Ecooomiaer bournl Ia now selmlng if ,oredibly Iarge quanlities, o much bee'? become a favorite, on a?count os It Imo qutlitire, both to increasing the light m lrePs?ing thbe gasL bills. Their ?ieply of baths ind e?liely wream well worth inspection to those who are bsa* ilo -[Anvr ] a vtig on save t oauloa useed youroet?leI Balm q Liquotoae. I ooidw It qy duly: to glt, my ustilmosy sii womsd'erfl seessy lo enouhe ed rcols with she Ilm o Iquteo?ot the has he.ne of u r trheUeeot a sld or ough. For roup o olldreo I never knew Itt el.*°" . 0. ? wsa. 1??-, a Drightos D OUh!5Ogl CORD lrD4O5LU i01 LIQIJOUOuI Ie. . ned M.d. per bgee th. ba 14 ebomsbh.-IAes.l t 1 t

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VARIATIONS IN HUMAN STATURE. (LA NATURE) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

VAilATIONS IN HUMIAN STATURE. ( .& ATUSO ) Considerable 'differences will be found to exist when we compare the statures of the various races of. mankind, and it is the exaggeration of this fact that has given rise tJ the legends of dwarf and" giant peoples. Individuale of the supposed dwarf races would appear quite large if compared witbh rest dwarfs. A dwarf much over Sit. high begins to lose interest as a dwarf ; if he reaches 4t. and more1 he ceases to be a dwarf, and becomes a ' little man " Among the smaller races are the Equirmaox, averaging 5ft. Sin.; the Laps-smen, 5ft. in. ; women, 4ft. 7n. ; the Akkae, seen bi Schweielur'h in Africa; the Negritos. of the Philippine and Andaman Islands and Malacca; the dwarf race of Madagascar; and the Bushmen. whose height ranges from 4ft. 5in. to 4ft. 61Sn. Among the large races may be mentioned the Norwegians, the Canadianr, the North American Inedians, the Caffres, the Patagoniane, and the Polyne etane, the average height of th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE WOMEN IN ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

THE WOMAN IN ICE. A strange story (snays "Sounlight")come from America. bearing edidence of the won. derful magnifying power of ice. It appears that a party of friends recently went sto the coal banks located about twenty miles from Trout Lake. Washington Territory. The third night out they camped near the famous Ice caves in that vicinity, and, not being pressed for time, the party resolved to ex. plore them. A half-mile distant from the caves is a large fissure through the basalt. One of the party, named Kennedy, said he had visited the spot last summer, at which time the fissure was in places filled with ice, and in others open .to an unfathomable deptO. Now comes an almost incredible phase of the party's exoloration. " Karly in the succeeding morning," to relate the adven. tore in the. language of a member of the party, Kennedy and I found the fisure so elaborately described by him the preceding evening, it be;ng completely filled with ice of singular clearness, presenting a sur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

i Professional: rcrAnJn DR. J3. IT' CARNEY. PH YS.I C.1AN, S.URO JON AND A CC OTUC6H TRU DR. CARNEY,.PO ublic Vnccinator for the district of Kyabran, Vaccinates overy Natur dlay morninrg, between the hours of 10 a.m. andt Noon. 7?t MEYERS, L R.COP, iLt?I: l i I.R. .:. ENa. .:*,;1E (Late Resideilt at tlhe Lontldo' Hospitl, antd Physician to the Metropolitai,~,l. ] =Disponsary, e Lndon), - May :be,;CONSUI TED;'DAILY. h? it lhise Surgery, " -Iau STniReT, lhuanwoaTii -' And willVisit' TATUURA: and District w ý =rhen rquired: ".. , Murchisoc, 11onit; 'Icext Taylor Broas. ; D . JI . L 0 R A'N,O E SHEPPARTON andl MOOROOPNA' Late Surgeon of the Melboourio May ibe ctnulcedl it. Bizeley's, Criterini Hotel, 'catucra -every 'IVlednesdlay froic 1J to 8 iru.n SPRING 18"8 A, & J' d- - OBiNSON'S - Magnifiacent Sihow now on. IMMENSEI - VARTETY p'5 ALL DEPARTM.ENT.., Suits to order by Special ditter Dressmaking on pr'emisee. BOOTS AND SiOE S. A. & J. DOBINSON, EflIUCA aild K 1YNETO1 D...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

The;en o of Bridget Mephan, who was ,found guilty of the murder of her sister, Anne Callow, at Wangaratta, and son tenced to death, came before the' Execu tive Council on' Monday for considera tion The jury recommended the pri soner to tthe merciful consideration of, 'th Governor in Council, and it was de cided at the CounciPs meeting to com mute the death' sentence to imoprison ident'for life... : . - ": The 'discovery of gold at MountuDar hbelk,ori th'e Manfred station, is causing 'great exciteinent in'the district(nccord ing to m, telegram -in the I Argue). SDiggeres aro.,'flocking< to iit frIom all 'quarteiss - Menindie is the iearet river station to <,the field. The, Fold was found by' an old digger. who wnas rabbit 'ing bn'the stationm IHIo was struck by :the formation. oif the country, and pro spected," and at a depth of little more than 10ft, came upon -igneous' rock -,heowing good: gld to naked cye.t)Ja? g

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Correspondence. MERRIGUM ROADS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

MERRIIGUM ROADS. TO THB .EDITOR. Sti,-Kindly permit me through your paper to draw the attention of our cotincillois to the bad state of the four roads approaching the Merrigumn Rail way Station. ,It is known that several of the codlncillors..have bcon spoken to privately on this subhject; then, with a profiiiea "that the matter shall be brought, up at next council meeting," biut the ithing is allowed to drop. The o6ads coming in from tile north-east and west badly .need repairing. The north road past the church anld'tate sclhol.is no doubt in a disgraceful Htate. Merri gum people *have nbt't~ I brn lieavy: in their demands on the council so far,'and they .thiik they areiurilfy. e~titled'to a few'repaire to their roads. i,- : ... A RATEPAYPR. IFerrigum, 21st Sept., 1887.

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

AGRICULTURAL NOT8I. The Farmers' Go-operative Boulneae As Mooiatlon, whoae omfes are at 81 Little Collins street west, have adopted a systemn'im' dis?oaing of the large stook of early potatoes that rieently paeed through their bhad-' that must commend itself to frmrarno genrerally. This compsny, it appears, act as agentsfor the sale of Mr. M. Landy's ped. greed potatoe., that grower's reesidene beinge at Briagolong, Gippeland. Mr. Landy has acquired great fame in the ooltivation of politoer, his splendid collection at the recent agrioultural ihow at lelbourne beiol thetheme of general converestion amongst the visitors who were interested in potato growing. The above namedassoeiation,havingtheadvantage o alarge roll of castomere, quickly disposed of thoibolk of Mr. Landy's potatoes, the early' varieties going off in small lotos, o that in this way they have been distributedi to all parts of the colony. In dis= posing of the early varietioe, we oder. stand that arsongements have been ...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. " Papa,' said a little boy the other night, after studying for some minutes an emgrav Ing of a human skeleton, "bow did Lbhi bun manage to keep in his dinner r isatter Tommyr i out walking with his mother. Seeing oloured man, . he si claimed, " Oh, wouldn't I like to be Ias black as that" I"What an idear "Yes,. beosare then I shouldn't have to bother about washing my face." i Clbertson : I believe I've killed the dog, F?in ! Finn (the gamekesper): (tive rourself no unayonee, aor. He always lies door phln a gintlemin miemse a'burred, jst toe alie the gdntlemin's feslln's. ser, be makkt' him tiak he's stot somethin.' , Georgiana : John Henry, wake up I There's somem ons In the house I Oh, what shall we dot John Henry : Huleh.hbh I I hear him; he's rummaging in the pantry now. Keep perfectly quiet, and he mwy eat some of that pie yon made yesterday. Then we'i ihave him. i " Do you know where I can get one of those opaque suueshade dwT' asked Cora. " Why." oxclamed Mam...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

SoRAPS. Canon Wilbertorte sayr it coste England oo to keep itre pauper thanbm is requlred for the army and nap. The Payll Society of Historic Studies ha. noffered prize of 1000 'franc. for the beet hbistoryO the French India Company fros it. foundation 'i ;Way 1719, to iit disappear. :nee in April, 1770' One of the oldest' wargons In itiiateoe is at Canty, Sileti. It 1a Napoleoo's travelling *wton, and -as .Ltaken after the battleo, Waterloo by Flield Malhal Blubcr? [ It is l curious' sientilo ifct, says a eoien t1ob. aouthrity, that all she elemente of e?l poieon found in ratheesnake se inherent in he oommcs Irish potato., QQueen Victoria he offered a considerable um :ior i a dletion. of lietter of the late obn.Brown,. written to a humble Scotch seguaial ano . I , r

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