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SPORTING. Table Cape Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 March 1891

SIMHtlliVQ, Wnltlo Cuiiu IlnciiiK' Clul». Tho following nro tlio nccoptnncou for tho Table Capo ltncos on Saturday next !— HU1IDM3 UAOIS, ' Bt, lb, Mr, J. M'Oliilclioy'ii Stony Soul ... 11 (I Jfr, Q, .Suitor's Hownllnn ? 10 I) Mr. J. JCciirnuy'H Wnnitnh ? 10 7 Jlr. T. IContlng's Battle Aliboy ... II 10 Mr. J. l'owull's Hlyth „.- ... II 7 Mr, A. dross' Wanderer ... .., .0 0 Mr, T, Dorodhroo's Fireworks ... II 0 Mr. if. M, Crawford's Oroya ... i- ?. 0 Mr. T. Boreohroo's Flowordalo ... II 0 Mr. 1). CouuhoI's Soduwator ... II 0 MAIDEN I'JjATB. Mr. T, Keuting's 1'iirtnor ' Mr. W. CHnlluHton'H lloll Mr. W. W. Qnrnor'R Fishermnn Jlr. A. A. Hodgott'sBayBoss Mr. W. 1'. MiU'gctt'B Lmly l''ovgU8 Mr. T. Borcchrco's Govomcss Mr. T. Borochroo's Flowurdalo Mr. B. CoudhoI'h Folly Mr. J. Aloxniulur, jun's., Wild Uoso . Mr. J[. It. Faulkner's Elba Mr. J. Jl'Olutchoy's Insect Mr. J. Jl'Clutchoy's Golden Pippin j ?\TVKVARD OOP. I ? . ' . Bt. 1U, Mr. J. Powell'* Jnckin the Green... 8 11 Sir. J. Powell's...

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 March 1891

lIUMlllUMM 3TOtl-!UM. , ]ted(lin«- mid Quilts. Everyone is wnklng up to the fact that Jl'KMX/JK'S BEDDING and SIUC.DOWN QUILTS Arc .Seldom Equalled, | Never Excelled. THOS. M'KENZIE, I Manufacturer, 103, York-street, Launeeston. J-lAJL T_A_ILSr, Fijian and Queensland -II A X A i\ A 8 T O Jfc 13 , ';?? st. john stiikkt, launoeston, Tasmania; llipe Bananas always on hand. Trodc only supplied. E. HOPKINS, House, Land, Estate and General Commission Agent. ? Kcmovcd from ' Quadrant to Australian Widows' Fund Chambers, St. John-street, LAUNOESTON. DAVID M011GAX, Soulptor and Monumental. Mason, Elizabeth-street, Princes Square, Luunccstou. MARBLE, Blucstone, ami Freestone Slonumciit*. Head Stones and Curb. Stones to order. Monumental Work repaired, lettered, and painted, in town and country, on the most reasonable terms, Memorial Hrasses, Door and Window Brass l'lato Engraver. Plans Supplied and Estimates Given. Electric Bells Supplied and Pitted up on application to .11. A. DAllGAVtLLE, L...

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Nothing Wasted. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 March 1891

IVotliin'' Wasted. After a steer goes into a Chicago slaughter house nowadays, the only thing that is wasted Is his dying breath j and if it were possible to find eoiuo use for that, no doubt it would bo caught and preserved. Nothing else is wasted, from the tip of tho tongue to the end of the tail. Tho blood is caught and sold to make albumen for sugar-refiners and other mriiiu facturers, one use oE it bolng tho cheap sub stitute for hard rubber nud other plastic material used in the manufacture of buttons. Next tho hide is tnkon off, nnd nftor tlio meat is dressed the contents of the stomach are removed nnd dried nnd haled for manure, and the stomneh Itself is prepared ns Iripe, The hide goes to tho tiiuuor, the head in skinned niid ...denuded of llosh for the snusngo-mnkort-tho horns nro knocked olfaiul go to the comb- maker, who knocks out the pith ami sells it' to tho glue nmmifnoturer, who Is over, ready to take all thu refuse from nny part pf tho steor. : i'lin. horny coverin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 March 1891

PRINTING' of BVE11Y DESCRIPTION EXECUTED AT TUB Wellington Tinies Office, NEATLY,' CHEAPLY AND AT. TUB SHORTEST NOl'IO E. Hotels. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, STANLEY. Mr. Joe Thompson, CljATE 01? IiAUNOESTON), ' liegs to inform Patrons of tho nbovo well known Hotel that ho keeps only tho BEST: BRANDS OV POPULAR DIUNKS In Stock, mul personally supervises tho - attention pnid. to Visitors mul l'ntrons of his Hotel. JOB THOMPSON, Proprietor, Commercial Travellers iAID VISITORS TO TUG 1' AMOVE MOUNT lilBOUOKP TIN MINE Are informed llmt tho Bait Accommodation is offered nt ALFOP'S BISCHOFF HOTEL. Where Every Attention is paid to visitors nnii their requirements BEST LIOJJOUS OiVLY IK STOCK. B. W. ALFOBD, Proprietor. Zi ? W A It AT All HOTEL, MOUNT BISCHOKF. L Visitors will find this Hotel replete with I evory comfort. ? Best Brands! of Wines and Smbits. K Terms Moderate. ? Tho first Hotel from the Railway Station. B Correspondence nnd Telegrams promptly ML . ? -attended'to; ? '*— ' ? Hk Large Snmp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 March 1891

Slieclul Artvui'tlNumuiifN. DEMPSTER AND PEA EC E. FURNITURE SUPPLIED for OASII, FURNITURE ? Or on thu - FURNITURE MOST LIUERAL TERM FURNITURE Ot our FURNITURE EXTENDED PAYMEN'l FURNITURE SYSTEM, FURNITURE Particulars of wliloli mil, FURNITURE bo obtained oil nppllaitloi FURNITURE nt our furniture furnishing ware furniture house, drawing-room, D1NINQ-U00M, BEDROOM, BREAKFAST, sruur, LIUUAHY, AND HALL Dining Tnbles Ohlflfonlun Dining Olmiin Iioo TnblcH Dlnnor Wagons Extension Tnbles, Overmantels . Walnut Butlers' Tmys Cane Suites Morocco Suites Chimney Glasses Haircloth Suites Bookcases Continonta Suitesl Fender Stoola Sideboards Pictures in endless vnrlety Bronze Umbrella Stands Walnut Inlaid Cabinets Gipsy Tables, Black and Gold, 8/0 cacli Music Stools Walnut Inlaid Whatnots, 10/« Card Tables, Rosewood or walnut (Ormiilu mounted) Occasional Tablo (cluster pillar) Q cm Rockers Office Tables Invalid Chairs Oouelios Sulvolnriums Hall ItackB Canterburies Lounges Ottomans Hall Chairs Do...

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Stanley Annual Races. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. STANLEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 18 March 1891

Stanley Annual IlncuM. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. STANLEY, Tuesday. The annual race meeting was held to-day, and passed off very successfully. The weather was splendid, and the attendance urge, fully 500 persons being present — visitors coming from all parts of the coast. The racing in the various events was good, and caused considerable interest. Com- plaints were made at the handicapper not sending weights until Sunday, and it was generally admitted that the handicapping was somewhat unsatisfactory. The Stanley Handicap fell through, owing to there being insufficient entries. The committee luncheon booth was presided over by Mrs. Parsons, and Mr. P. Breheney had the publican's booth. The totalisator was efficiently con- ducted by N. Walters. The various officers carried out their duties satisfactorily, not a hitch occurring to mar the day's proceed- ings. Jlr. Borrodalo was -the right man in the right place as secretary, and was most courteous to all inquirers. The following were the ...

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THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Royal Charter 1835). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA (Incorporated by Soynl Charter 18SB). CAPITAL PAID DP ? £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND ? £800,000. Branches in London and throughout tl o Australian Colonies. AGENTS ALL 07BH THE YVOIUD. Lnst half-year's Bnlnncc Sheet shows — Deposits and other Lia bilities ... ... £10,152,201 H 8 Coin Securities, Advances ami Premises ? £18,G70,B01 G 6 North West-Coast Branches — Sheffield Latrobo, Dovonport Ulverstono, Emu Bay,' and Table ('ape.

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Wynyard Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

Wynyanl Notes. (FJlOlt OUII 0W(f OOnitlSSPONDBNT.) A mooting of tlio council of tho Tnblo Onno Agricultural nnd Pastoral Booloty wns hold on Sntunlny evening la tho library. Present — Mr, O, J. Mackenzie, St.H.A. (in tho olialr) anil Messrs. Fonton, M.ILA,, Dunlam, dole. Aboil, Garner, Sliokloton, ami. tho secretary, G. North, Tho tender of D, Hayes for tho erection of necessary guard foncea nt 7/. per olintn wns nccopted. No tender for the orcctlou of thu seven gates required being received It was decided to leave thu mutter in the linuds of Mr. A. Shukletou to boo to tho currying out of tho necessary work. Tendoi's for n pub licans bojth, nnd also for rofrcshmaut and dinner booths are to be culled for. Sovoml gentlemen who bail boon appointed ns judges wrote accepting tho olllco. It was resolved to hold a 'working boo 'on Sntunlny, 4 Hi April, and a meeting of tho council nt night. Tho usual voto of thanks closed the mooting. Tho only topic of local interest is tho nppronching rnc...

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Anniversary Services. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

Anniversary Servim. Tlio public moollng fn connection with - tho nimivorsnry of the llurnlu Methodist Frou Ohuroli Kiiiulny School wns bold in tho i oluiroli on Wednesday evening. There war n full nttoiulnnco, nnd tho Itov. W. IF. Dowo - oconplcil the olmir. Apologies for 11011 nttandniico woi'c received from Revs. T, Kills nnil T. J. PlthoURO mill Mr. D. A. Oolo. A vory interesting programme, consisting of Hinging, reciting, rending, &a, was presented. Mr, h. l'urton, Hcorotnry, rend the nniiuiil report, which showed the numbor of noliolmv) to bo 80, boltift un .inuvcaso of 10 tor tho your. Tho nvomgo nttcnilimco lind boon good. Tliorp wns a decrease of one teacher, and an urgent nppcnl wnfl mmlo for voluu tooiw for tenching, eithor Indies orgontlemcn. Tim elmlrmnn gavo the treasurer's report, which showed tho funds to bo in iv vory healthy state. Tlio receipt*, Including balnnco from last year, nmouuted to £24, and current cxpcnscH to £10, leaving a work ing balance of abo...

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

Religions Services. The following services will bo held to morrow : — ; united jiethodibt p»EE'onnnon. Burnle-^Supply 11, B-CV. T. Ellis at 7 (farowcll). ' Romaincs, Creek — Supply nt 8. Penguin — Rev. T.Ellis at 8 (farewell). Stowport — Supply at 7. ' Pinowood— Rev. T. Ellis 11 (farewell). Wynynnl— Supply at 11 Rev. W. H. Bowo at 7. Cam Rond — Supply 8. Mount Hicks— Rev. W. H. Bowe nt 11. Flowcrdalo— Rev. W. H. Bowo at 8. The Largest Faum in the Wonro. — The largest farm in tho world Is in tho south west of tho State of Loulsinnn, mensuring 100 miles north and south, and 25 miles east nnd west. The 1,500,000 ncrcs of which it is made up wero purchased seven years ago from the State of Louisiana and from the United States Government by a syndicate of northern capitalists, by which it iB now farmed. At that time it was a vast grassing ground for tho cattle of tho dealers in the neighbourhood, there being 800,000 head of cnttle nnd horses upon it. This immenso tract is now divided int...

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Correspondence, Arithmetical Problem. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

Correspondence, Arithmetical Problem, (TO THE EDITOR.1) Sin, — If Mr. Royco did not mean to nddress his letter to mo as well as yourself (although my name wns not mentioned') then I ccr. tninly mndo n mistake by taking it up, bnt ns ho attacked tho rule by which tho problem was solved and the explanation of such rule, T could do nothing else but conclude that it was at mo he wrote. So far as abuse is con cerned, Mr. R. does not understand mo, or else ho would not imagine for ono moment that I would attempt to abuse him or any other person. Fat bo the thought. Had it not been that a great mnny who wero in terested in the discussion took Mr. Royco's word for granted that tho subtraction given by mo wnR incorrect, I should not hnve troubled nbout it ; but in view of such fact it wns tho only nltornntive. Then as to the false position I am supposed to have placed him in. Surely the tono nnd ilefinlto style of his letter was quite sufficient to warrant such conclusion. That I may hnve be...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) IMPORTANT JUDGMENT. LONDON, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [By Submarine Cabi.e.I (Per Renter's Agency.) IMPORTANT JUDGMENT. LONDON, MARCH 19. The Privy Council has given judgment in the case of Ah Foy v. tho Collector of Customs, of Victoria. Tho' Loril'Ohnneollor In delivering judgment said the colonies had power to exclude foreigners. The result of the decision is to uphold the appeal of the Victorian Government ngninst the decision of tho Full Court of that Colony which nwnrded Ah Foy l£150 damages and costs for being refused to lnnd in Victoria from tho steamer Afghan, from China in April, 1888.

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TASMANIAN NEWS. HOBART. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

TASMANIAN NEWS. [By Kleotrio Teleoraph.J 1IOUAUT. Friday Night. A 'Gnzetto Extraordinary ' wns issued Inst night directing the public offices in Hobart to bo closed on Saturday ns a mark of respect to the lntc Hon. Win Hodgson, M.L.C., Ifor Pembroke, who died yesterday through tho effects of a buggy accident on Wednesday. Deceased was 77 years of ngc. Cam Road.— A correspondent writes :— A complimentary concert to tho Rev. T. Ellis, wns given in tho State school here on Thursday evening. There was n lnrgo gathering of residents the building being quite full. Visitors were present from Wynyard, Mount Hicks, and Burnie. The Rov. W. H. Bowe occupied the chair nnd nn excellent programme of songs, recitations, pinuoforto duetts, -fas., was gone through, - tho following ladies and gentlemen taking part : — Mcsdamcs Bowe nnd Burncll, Misses Wilkinson (2), Kcrslake, Messrs. Hill, Holmes, G. Keralnke, nnd tho Rovs. W. H. Bowe nnd T. Ellis. The whole of the items were well rendered the applnu...

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SHIPPING CASUALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

SHIPPING CASUALTY. The steamer Utopia collided with H.M.S Rodney, oft Gibmltn, during a heavy gale. The former sank almost immediately and fully BOO immigrants wore drowned.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane. Friday. While the military, stationed at Capclla were nbscnt nt Springsurc yesterday n body of mounted unionists Bcourcd tho district mid committed a series of petty outrages at one station. Mattel's have .assumed n threatening ita» pect nt Bnrcnldinc, owing to the belief that free laborers nro being brought there still. There nrc strong possibilities of serious dis turbances at Peak Downs and Capclla.

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(Additional to Previous Telegrams). March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

(Additional to Previout TclearamtX March 17. 1' ivc English tourists have had nn extra ordinary run of good luck ntthe Monte Carlo gaming tables. Olio dny they won £700,000 nt one tnble, and followed up their fortune at other tables. The run of luck wns unpre cedented, tho fivo Englishmen, combinini; the money they had won, succeeded in break ing the bank three times in succession, nnd won nn enormous nmount. A disastrous fire has occurred in Syracuse, New York state.- Tho wholo of an enormous cigar factory, including 115 buildings, wns completely destroyed, the dnmnges being estimated nt £400,000. Public opinion throughout tho United States is furious at the acquittal of the Slci linn prisoners chnrged with the murder of a police officer named Hennessy, nt New Or leans. It is alleged that the juiy in the case wero corrupted by bribery. Mondny morning wns the commencement of tho long threatened strike, which it wns believed would commence on Mny Day, to secure the eight hours' princ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

COMMERCIAL. ? ^ ? Potatoes nt present nro not worth more than £2 per ton buyers finding the bags. Telegraphic advice was received yesterday from Sydney advising buyers not to operate for tho present. In Sydney yesterday Tns mnnian potatoes wero only worth £8/10/. nnd Wnrrnnmbools £2/5/. There has been a serious decline in price in Sydney during the post day or two owing to the largo stocks of Warrnainbool potatoes. The Herbert called at Stanley on Tuesday last on her way from Macquarie Harbour and took 1002 bags of potatoes to Launceston for transhipment to Sydney. The potatoes coming to hand here this season nro considered by experts to be the finest samples they have seen for many yenrs. This does not unfortunately apply , to tho tuber in the Sheffield, Latrobc, Castra, nad other eastern dirtricts where nlmost the reverscis the case. The Flora which left for Melbourne last night took from Devonport 1020 bags pota toes, 2i)l bags oats, 52 bags grass seed ; from Burnie — 209 bags po...

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ALI KHAN. AN ORIENTAL TALE. CHAPTER VIII. THE YOUNG CAPTAIN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

A LI K HA N. , AN ORIENTAL TALE, ? ' (By W. D.) OHAPl'ER VIII. T1IR YOUNO CAPTAIN'S VI81T, ' For eorno mlnutoa tlto old man scomod too much (ibnorl)ort in his modttatlons to nottoo tlioli1 arrival. As, howovor, thoy woro ap proaohing him, ho mot tliom, and obsorvlng Rory, snlili ' Maslmllah (praiso bo to Qod), yon nro tafoly arrived.' Tlion addroBsIng tho two young man :' Inshallnh (pleaso God), you avo hero, and froo from your onomios. Be it on my hoa-l to givo you woloomo.' ' Tlinnks, friend,' ropliod Harry. ' We would, howovor, but Book sholtor from you --at loaBt, till wo can prooood on our Jour ney.' 11 By my fathor's head you aro woloomo in your servant's small Iioubo, whotlior for a day or a moon. May it pleaBO the noble Agas to follow tholr sorvantf Tho gho laum,' ho added, as he pointed to tho boat man, ' will follow with thoir goods.' Tho building to whioh ho led thorn was the half-ropaired ruin of one of the anolent Armenian oluuolics, to whioh wo have be fore alludod as ...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [By Submarine Caulk.] (FROM OUR OWNi CORRESPONDENTS.) VICTORIA. Melbourne, Fridny! Mr. Toliln, gentleman, of Hawthorn, is insolvent. His debts amount to ovor £50,000, Cnuso ot insolvency, inability to rcnllso on real cstntu. Mr. Bennett, suoretnry of tho Trades Hall Gimnoll, giving evidence boforo tho Charities ' Commission to-day, ndvocntcd nn innnmn nnd property tnx for tho support of ohnrl. tnblo institutions. Incomes under £B00 to bo exempt. At n snle of racehorses to-day the follow ing prices wcru realised :— Littlo Shnmrook, 370 guineas, Query 100, Bronzawong 210. Mr. Boyle, thu well-known cricketor, ro« contly wrote to Lord Sheffield, asking if ho intended nccompnnying thu English team to Austrnlin, assuring him n hearty wclcomo; Boyle received n cable to-day—' Thanks for letter j wlint is Australian opinfon as to our coming.'

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SHIPPING. BURNIE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 21 March 1891

-SHIPPING. jtuisnrix!. ARRIVED. Unroll 18. — Flora, b,s., 1278 tons, J, V, Bontloy, from Melbourne Passengers— Mosdnmos Ponnyfnthor, Wisoman, Hague, Allen, Murray, Baker and infants (l!)| Misses Farroll, Sponcor, Boultreo, Aljoy, Broon, Downward, M'Kean, Murray, Messrs. AUon, Woodful, Hardy, Oartor. Donison, XJlllUJUl) QUmillUlUrilll^, JJIUWUUU, *lliaauil, Hague, Lnwson, Plosso, Oompton, Allan (2), Whily (2) { nnd 10 in tho stoorago. March 10. — Koonya, s.s., 80 tons, W, '- Matldau, from Lnuuccstou, March 10,— Wakollold, s.s., 80 tons, W, Tnit, f ram Launcoston nnd CoaBt ports. . March 20,— Wakollold, s,s., 58 tons, W. Tait, from Stanloy. March 20.— Flora, s.s., 1278 tons, J. V, Bontloy, from Devonport. SAILED. Mnrch 10. — Koonyn, b.s., !10 tons, W. Mnd don, for Mncqiiarlo Hnrbour, PnBsengersi Messrs. Root ami Lewis. SInroh 10.— Wakollold, s.s. 58 tons, W, Tnit, for Stanloy. Passengers : Miss Down ward nnd Mr. Ready. I March 20.— Wnkoilold, b.b., 58 tons, W. Tnit, forViiuinccston. M...

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