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DARING BANK ROBBERY AT ALBERT PARK. THE NATIONAL BANK PLUNDERED IN DAYLIGHT. THE MANAGER FIRED UPON. CAPTURE OF THE ROBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

s DARING BANK ROBBERY AT ALBERT PARK. s THE-NATIONAL BANK PLUN DERED IN .DAYLIGHT. t TE MANAGER FIRED UPON. CAPTURE OF THE ROBBERS. - Another audaeious attempt to rob a bank in broad daylight, and during a part of the day when the public a streets are generally filled with pedestrians, was made on Wednesday afternodoo~ at Albert Park. The cir I cumstances are sensational in the extreme, and the report upon reaching the city, which it did about 4 o'clock, caused profound excitement. It sounds almost incredible that a gang of ruffians would be found with suffi cient audacity to plan the plund r:ng of a bhank during the busiest part of the day. The fact that was attempted and carried out, in part with success, seems to point that crimminals hold our police cheaply. No doubt the ease with which the Simpson's-road bank robbery was executed some 18 months ago has shown enterprising thieves a new field of labor. The Albert Park branch of the National Bank, which was robbed, is placed in ch...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE EASTERN CRISIS. Vienna, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

THE EASTERN CRISIS. Vienna, Nov. 21. It is generally understood in official circ:es here that Russia will decline to negotiate for any settlement of the Bulgarian difficulty until the great European Powers shall have procured the resignation of the three Bulgarian Reg nts, and the dissoluti.n of the Grand Sobran.j, which recently assesn bled after the general elections. London, Nov. 22. General Kaulbars left Sofia very quietly, no notice being taken of his departure by the inhabitants. Germany, while undertaking to pro tect the interest of Itussian sulj ects in Bulgaria during the absence of the re presentatives of Russia, declines to be cohme responsible for the safety of per sons who are merely nominally Russian subjects,

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THE TEETULPA GOLDFIELDS. Adelaide, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

UJE TEETILP'. G'OLDFIELD.s Adelaide, Monday. he q`,"iatl cnorrpondent of the 1sd oAtr,,rlit R'gi.ter wires on a yV's diate:--"The tinder of the Lnugrgt ,ot an additional quantity "'urda, amounting to loz 12dwt., Sour of two buckets of dirt. Irungd fellows got a 15.dwt. nugget Wt 5ethPr pector claim, and SrIsuts in Brtd' s Gully are very SIt .,was r ported to nce on trust tauthority tha tut some very fdr 5'i Were ohtained in Strawhlridge's Sad pre)ious to Saturday, one .iePt? over 2oz of rough gold, Siro:n ldwt. up to 6dwt.pieces. ..tir l?an got about loz. These "s bare b1eenl tLiken from the S rod on the north side of the - Thi0s provd the opinion before '~aei that tthoe claims lying in the '' rse were not on the butt of an ir. Tne tindes are very san er i:td hIer results in the near fu Salnd beliepv tihat this gully will tr- 0Gt exceptionally "ood.:' T dre Sandhurst, Monday. itd' persons left Sandhurst on -sd to-clay for the Teetulpa c_ asrrlv all were practical *rc andr hil drawn ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

COMIMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Messrs Richard Gibson and Co. report: -Fat cattle--1700 yarded, and owing to extremely sultry weather market was dull, prices dropping 20s all round; there was a larger proportion of heavy weights forward than usual. We quote prime pens of bullocks, £12 to £13 10s. We sold 200. Fat sheep.-20,000 forward inferior sorts were difficult to quit at late low rates, but there was a fair demand for good qualities. We quote prime cross. bred weothers, ls to 12s; do merino, 9s Od to 11s. We sold 5200. Messrs King and Co. report:-Fat cattle.-1700 forward; large number youg steers and heifers. Best bullocks £11 to £12 10s, good £9 to £10. inferior youns steers £4 10a to £5 10s, best cows £7 t £8 10s. We sold 40 bullocks from Bois. dale £10 6s Sd, 20 for Mr Win. Little (Inverbroom) £8 15s 10d, and 02 others Messrs Pearson, Rowe and Co. (late Dal. Campbell and Co.) report --1700 forward; weather very hot and sales dull, especially for heavy weights, prices show. in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

Best Brmands of Tobacco and Cig rs to be had at A. If. KEesI?s's, Watchmaker and Jeweller.-AMv-r. Wanted. W ATNTED.-A Nurse Girl.-Apply Mrs. V J. 3I'Lean, Traralgon. .~TANTED to PURCHASE. - Cheap Horse Saddle, and Bridle, delivered at f3oe. Apply WHITNEY & BAIRD, Trnralgon W ANTED-. 50 Ladies and Gentle men to call at .L ,P'Farlane's, Hairdressing saloon, Franklin-street. Haircutting and Shaving Gd. ANTED.-Servant Girl. Apply 1Ms. JAS. CAMPBELL, Kaye-street West, Traralgon. TANTED.-Serub Cutters, 15s an acre given, W. TANNER, Callignee. WTANTED.-Two Brickmoulders, apply, Y T JAS. DUNBAII. Traralgon. W ANTED.-Gen. ral servant, able to milk, wages 12s. Also a ploughman and a married couple. Apply-WHITNEY & BAIRD, Traralgon. SIENDERS wa:ted for burning up all Sd ead wood on 102Iacres,all grubbed up by the roots. Tenders to bhe made by Wed nesday 8th December. C. COCHRANE. Traralgon. WATTLE BARK. 0' to C 0 TONS best WATTLE BARK ~ anted at Melbourine pces. Silver ditto bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

? R. WILKgES CO, AGRICULTURAL, LAND, ESTATE, - GENERAL COMMISSION Agents, Valuators, &c., TRARALGON. Sales effected and valuations male In any part of Gippsland. Trust ass, other MKoneys to lend, on Freebold and Leasehold $ecuritics, in large and anall sums, from 6 per cent. C. R. WILKES & CO. Have for private sale, in N. r;h and South Gippslan.d,everal first-clas (itneral :tores, lot l, IButcherlrg and other businesses, all of which are doing a really good trade. and capable of gr at extensen. Also Some grand township allotments. and first class farms with extensive river and creek frontages which may be purchased cheap andti upon easy terms. On?h assistance given to buyers. - JOHN HOPKINSS FAMILk .BUTCHER AND BAKER BOOLARA, ONLY THE BEST BEEF SOLD. Families waited on daily for onldes. SMALL GOODS of every description always on hand. IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'IO CONTRACTORS And all persons engagcd either in the BUILDING TRADE 'or who contemplate building, either places of ...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

I'ASSING NOTES. Br SL1PLErTO The English telegrams announce' the death by his own hand ofFred. Archer, the famous Engli-h jockey, and one of the most remarkable figures in the English turf. Archer was born in 1857, and when eleven years of age he was. apprenticed to 3fatthew Dawson, the celebrated trainer, who has charge-of Lord Falmouth's stud. Lord Falmouth himself took a fancy to the lad, who was always careful in the discharge of his duties, and was so satis fied with young Fred's riding in minor event- that he coon had the best mounts. His first success in an English Derby was in 1877, when Ie piloted to victory Lord Flamrnouth's Silvio. It is said that alto gether Archer has ridden about 2700 winners, and for some years past his income was supposed to reach £10,000 a year. That may be fairly regarded as success, I think. At no period of my career have I earned much more myself. To Lord Falmouth Archer is principally indebted for his emergence from the rock, and for mucht else....

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FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

FARM3 PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, M'Grath, Son and Co. report: Cheese :-Prime loaf, to 71d per lb.: medium, Gd to 7d per lb.; large size, Gd toT, per lb ; medium, Gd to l?d per lt. Fre)h Flit. ter.-l'rime dairies, to Is 2d per lb ; onlinare hIts. lid to Is per Ib; lumps, 7d to 91. pir lb; casks, fresh, to 9d per lb.; potted. gmei. old. to 9d per Ib ; med:um. to 71-1: infirio"r, 5d to tid per lb. Eggs, Is 2dtol Is3dperd Hlnms.-Prime factory cured, to 9d f.trm, to Sd per lb. Bacon.- 84d per lb; farm, to 8dp perk, 5d to usC pv lb* Ib; honey, bush, to den, todd perlb; fowls, 4s to as 6d per Gs per pair; peese, turkeys. I5s to 25s per 7s Cd per pair; pen f er pigeons, to 2s Cd per pair san ha to Is per pair. Wheat.--Prime, to per bushel; medium. to 4s Ild. Oats.-See, Tartarian, to 2s lid per bshel ; stout feed. to 3s per bushel; medium up to s 10d per bulshel. B srley.--Prime chevalier, to 4s per hub.:l medium malting. Ss to Cs Gd per ih:bi l; feed. 2s d to 2s ltd per bushel. 'c:a, to ?s ...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

DAIRY PRODUCE. tM'Caw, M'llwrick and Co. rcort:-We held our usual sale to-.lay an I rel.,rt as fol lows :-Cheese.-The supply of matured is small and in good demand at full le rates New scnsef's make l s coming fv.ward ircely, and the market rm:dins steady; prices ranged from 4d to.73,l per lb., withou, e f.r. orite dairy at a higher fignre. Pttedl l?tter. -There wo-as a large supply and the marlket was brisk, prices showing an upsard tn4den cy, although owing to the great Ih at many samples in this class, as also in frsh. arrirel in only moderate condition. Lines iq gol order ranged from &1 to lold prr b.; igfcrior at lower rates. Fresh ltutter.-Lit.s Oiptg, condition were in good denmld at full late ratei, ranging from Sd to 10ld cer lb; lo.ver qualities ranged from tdl to 7 1 cr 11I, Eggs. Is Id to is 2d per d.z.: turkeye. 7 to 22s per Ipair; geese, fs itd to So Id; ducks, is Gd to .s Id ; fowls, 3s I;d to Is Sd.

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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 24th Nov. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., and J. Peterkin and W. Whittakers, Esq., J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 24th Nov. (Before A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.3f., and J. Peterkin and W. Whittakers, Esq., .T.'sP.) Jane Deconoski, charged by the po lice with the larceny as a hailee of £11 17s 5fid, on an information sworn eI James Crilly, was remanded to the 1sG December, as the prosecuting witness was not in attendance. James Braden was charged by the police with being drunk and disorderly on 19th inst. Mount.d-Coinstahls 31'Kane stated that when he spoke to. accused and urged him to go home, lie was abusive, and tlueatened the cO;l stable with using his influenti.sl friends in town to tihe oficer's detrimelt, if brought before the court. The threat did not prevail, and James contributed 10s to the revenue of his co-:try. Thomas Walsh sued Char'es Stead man for £20 damages for ;: assault; 3Mr. Serjeant appeared for the prosecu tion and ".r. Wise for defence. The evidence was very conflicting, and after. a lengthy hearing the case was dis missed. Henry Bishop v. Mar...

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AFFAIRS IN BURMAH. Calcutta, Nov, 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

AFFAmS IN BURMAH. Calcutta, Nov, 22. General Sir Frederick Roberts V.C., the commander-in-chief in Upper Bur mah, has telegraplha to the Indian Government asking for tile immediate despatch of a considerable number of officers to replace those who have been killed or wounded during the recent skirmishes which have taken place bet Ween the British forces and the Da colDa

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BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

BA LL.4 RA T. (Front our own Correspondent) The nnil mIeeting of tie delegates 1t he neirghliuring municipalities Shel it ridllarnt on Thursday. Tt a very good meeting and to the shires were represented. t le conclusion of the business they entertainid by Mayor Thompson , his brother councillors. The lorticiulturl society held their l show of fruit flowers, and ..:tbles h at the Alred Hall last nal. annd Frirdy. The exhibits , 'th nuimeros i and excellent, Sattendantce, especially on Friday V,-cWi. vrv large. The puil 'of the Gynamium gave t, ir nal exhihition for the sea-on on -tRet. and the junior classes were S..-. with the niedals which they rIi erne during the year They ser~-rentril bly A. Anderson Esq., i,,: of the (Gnrnastic Associa ! ,a alwhm gre.t credit is due for t~aisThin. smate of this excellent ,n. The cl:ases were under :ticmnd of Vr. Shields, who oitoi hlin-f not only as a graceful Osn. but an etficient instructor. Tiss e:tienman will proalbly have full a.T tlre clas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

WAiIRIAGE, ORR, I AND COY. 1OTQCK AND ESTATE AGE(NS, HEAD OFFICE--TlIARALGQN-. GIV careful attention to all niness entrusted to them. Penriodical Iarkcts Traralgon, 3orwiell, Toongal.lie. .arracan. rlirb a Trafalgr. Landan, CClarinng Sales prnperl cnndueted. VAIT.UATIONt, male. O.OA'.S negotiated. anit Life an FI?ip I.: 6UR.4ýCE effevttd. ACER'IS FOR- yatiqnplof Newre?landFie nsurance Co COlo!i3ul 5tut.i' Fire?nd Life insurance Co. New York Life Insurance. C. 1ýeW Zeal.and Mercantile agency On. AUCTIONEER. : MT. JACKSON ORR. 3.1 Mn. CIES: SOM1IMERS. S Q T r C E YNEW WEEKLY JLUKET. ~TAfARIIAGE. ORRlt& CO. beg to acquaint .i the r constituent- aud thepublidgene ally that they lhafc erected a NEW MAItT. rlosa tq their oilices in Scymrar-:sreet. Tra raleen. fqr the lnrln.e of est.blishing a . weely pnlucec niarket tulaer held crvry Sat unla3 at II :ami. sharp. Fqanners and others rwishing tq seid in prldlnce. tc.. fsr tht'sa -tLh egs o .1. -? aqy day during.the week. (rnaln. veg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

Neville's Grand Junction l te Acknowledged to be the Leading Rotel in the disRiet. ýII"l·: t "ý"l~III It A) III " " 1ý"t,"·11 ýt·(· t I Itl tt1 l ýý1 1111 ' 11 t11 ittw1(1 It1· 11()11.1,wltlttt1· --------- V 13 ? i - "L " tF ý + - a e - c - ý Y ' m ' " v -. :WtVcdling and Excitlo, I'nrtles providtd for, S . Iot nnc Cold Ilatlh. IlIIIA)I)H (oIn of Alcock's liest.) . , for CCommercial iT~vc-.rs. Horses and Buggies alwars at hand. Te'e :m;ruy °:n-d to. Parties patronising the aboe hotel will receie Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Mloderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DATIIEL IYAN, Proprietor. -Q.. cIass accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wizes and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good S~blinr, Loose Boxes, and Paddock Accommodation. Hrses and Burgies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, HI- row e~Tablished its reputation as the LEA...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 26 November 1886

"MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published eve- Tuecs(Ly & Friday morn;ng.) FR DAY, NOVEIBER 2ti, 1186. FoR some considerable time past Mrs. J, Swinbourn has devoted her time and talents to the holding of Religious meetings with the Protestant females in the Melbourne Gaol, and a great success lhas attended her labors. Whilst conversing with the various char.tcters frolq time to time brought under her notice, she found many of them very desirous of being under her care on leaving prison. This led .Mas. SwIm nonR on the 20th January, 1885, to open temporary prenisesin Albion street, South Yarra, under the name of Elizabeth Fry Retreat. On the 17th. February, 1885, the first annunl meeting was held at the Friends' Meeting House, Russell-stre t, when an engquraging report was presented, and on an offer being made of more suitable premises in .Argo-street, the I subscribers present unanimously re- I solved to accept the offer, the Cost r being £1350. After some necessary i alterati...

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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 November 1886

TJ.IRALCOXi ACRICULTUIALL SOCIETY. Present-D-)gald Campbell, presi dent, (in the chair), -Miller, lTeed, Dr. Morrison. Wlrittakers, Chapman, Young, Pratt, Wiiddis, Cochrnre, Varnie, M1itchell, Drane, Firnnin and 'Breed. The secretary read the minutes of the previous meeting which :were read and ennfirmed. Moved by MIr. William Chapman, secnnded ir Mr. rWiddis that the pri e I e withdrawn from "'r. T.uxfordn because the grain he exhibited was not his own growing as stated in the rules of the society. Moved by 3Mr. .namnles Mitchell, seconded by Mr. C. WViddis, ,thlt- Mr. Sorenson lredelnarred from obtaining the prize for single bug?? horse nrs the preperty was not his own he entered. And that the special prize of of 'Mr. Hewett's le held over till next year. Tt was decided rby the committee that Mr. P. A Crowe lre awarded second prize for the double-seated huggy, and also the special prizu. This ar?se nut of a dispute between Mr. Price and "r Cr ,we through the name being altered on ...

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THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 November 1886

TIIE CIHURWIES. PREsnrBrrIAy CRrnCH. The Iter. T. G. Wilrn. prrrachwd on Snnday mnrninr t* a large cnnermatinn, from Acts TX +3-443-=Thra jmwclr said : There ns p'iw'cutinn nf.thl disdples :t at L ddb and `Jnpv where the gospel had been pretthed by Phillip and ntbms. The expressinn 'saint" is eqnivnlent to "disciple." People at the present time shrink from using the ternias though it were not fitting. It does not meat that we are free from sin, and fighting against it. It is just as applicable to christians as the disciples, and if it seems wrong to us, it is becanse we canunot enter into its meaning, which is "a living near to God and enjoying His favor. There should rath'r be a stimulation in it than a shrink ing from it. If being a christian mean? anythiing it is something to be enjoyed in our ever day life. The'e was sickness at Joptp; It is found everywhere-the penalty of sin-and no affliction seems joryott, but erievous, hul it only works out a more exceeding and eternal weigh...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 November 1886

WEiiLEv.1N CHvtiR. The rev%.T. A. Ahlay took his suldject of discourse from the I ith ch. of Ltark - "The heiling of Blind Bsrtina?ls." We nmay ather instrluction by those mirncles wrs ltht lsC: rist. Th,' afflitionof blindl ness is at any time a1 sad one;l we cal fLrm nio conleltionr of what it is to go through the world in the dark. Hearing the tumult, and that Jesus, the great Phy sicianl, whom no doubt hIe had waited an opp?,rtnuity of allpprching, was passin_, he at onlce threw away his coat and went to Hitm. If then it be true that physical Ilindhaliss is a sad alamit, it, t. its with sliritual blindniess. Men go thriongh lifte insensible to the danger which threitens on every handi to engulf the sinner, flr if we live in reliellion to (:*l n wo al we nust lie ntider ci?lllenination lv it. The spirit tally bhlind, like the phlyisdly blnlid, lose all the joys and Ilessings that w.itld make them lhappy; and tloe one great fiact that Christ suffered and diie to cure thenl. Blindn...

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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 November 1886

COJ/°JERC IA L. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Mesors. A. M'Lean and Co. report :-At Trnrnlion on Maoiday our yards were well supplied with all classes of cattle. We have to report an extremely brisk demand for rreally god wnorkino bullocks. We hLdI fivr teams fLrwnrd and sold every l.st at highly satisfaetory fiures. Mr. .T. S. Rnmerts' 2 teams sold from £13 17s Gd to £15 17s 64, making the high avera.? of £14 T17 G6. We sold fat Ihllhoks, £7 to £13 1:5s; cows. £ 2s Gd to £6 17s 6 : store blllclke to £5 14s; store rows, £3 10s, £4 17s 61; heifers. £3 to £4 ls : steers, draft of 70 at £3 19, other lots £3 10s to £4 1.s : milch cnws to £7 7se . Working l-ullonks.-Team (inferio.), £ 7s r6d; te'm. £11 Ts 1d; team. £12 2aGd; team, £13 17s Gd: team, £15 17s 61 waggon, £26. Fat Sheep.-Lans, 7s Gd; ews £1 OS Gd to £1 Is: these were extra good and in -the wrol.. Pies.--Suckers. 7s G?lt, 9s : stres, .s Gd to 12sGd : wv rkes., draft 25 at at £1 53 all rmn* d. We have to report selling for C. J. M'L...

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TRARALGON RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 30 November 1886

,3.iZIfA)' tIt,: CLUB. x",;,, in: the Kann; in the cnni .1 n"LId preoIIeICL to tiLC I.C. Nevillc of " "n m'. Tile shooting 1' t-p , ;a ihirthiiL-y, OZnd -. IL tIC L iI!!Ii .IZ ii1. x% we. 4;ielfrr. -Iv T' n ile nuvedd '1,h -. be *ie 1 , 1 215 - . .iI _. I; 1511 .I' ... .i -. I1 II, 1., 1'2 w-: tir h·s .LN O:!iLit, and11 non :, -:.tiro .h",ta a each toti r, ane d ý,~·*:;r ý" 101trltdiLji~ to fire on

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