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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY FRIDAY, 7.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

Latest Telegrams. SYDNE Y. (Friday, 7.30 p.m. ?VV ragged foreeasti'is : Haiti and south easterly squalls, with rain in the far norfch-east j -tendency-, to showery near,: the Victorian border and near the Queensland boundary. Else w here mostly line with cooler weather ap proaching from the west. The second test;, mat t:h. was : com- menced to day. The liest of A ustralia are. all out for '227-- Headman. c ICellv. b Jones, 4 ; Giller, o; lre-mle, b Jones, 13 j Trumpet1, b McLeod, -l(- ; L iver, o and b Jones, ; Gralran^ 0;Ti Uinbie, b McLeod, .10 j McKeitzie, b Truniblo!, 23 ; Cony, c Hill, b Noble, 8 ; Bady, b Jones, 3 ; Johns, tvainl it Howell, 17 ; McKibbin. b Howell, o f GilTen, n-n out, 57, The; Australian Eieven iiave one out fur 8 — Iredale, -j Ifi^dy. b Oilier, I . ?Jaines 1 larrington, one of the. vic tims of t he l.viaiidra shooting wist-.', died today. Tho proprietors of : Wolfo's: s»';hu ipps to-day obtained ai ? equ iby inj u i iction against Arthur Ric-kard for .-'alle...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

: Me Lord 'Dook stretched . out his hand ' ? : ' 1 -mce o*'ned a pug dog.' , - lie »aid, wit-h the wistful ties* of a tendei memory unexpecte ly - evoked, * May J look at yours i My heye !' fried Daddy it- i astonishment. 'Not me' ! ? I won't hurt the dog.' ? Yov oneet owned a pug dorg, did yer i Yer'd like to ?'own this one, I dessay. Yer may be Hy, Me Lord Dook, v but I warn't horned yesterday, neither.' Then was a general laugh ? of- applause. Me -Lord Dook ' got up ? ; ? It's a ca^e of Mahomet aud . the mountain,' 'he said ' ' No it ain't,' retorted Dad , \dy. 1 It's called Spruce.' ? What's called Spruce C [ ' This yer tike.' - Me Lord Dook nurricd to where Daddy sat. ' [f you won't let me: handle tho dog you can't object', to me looking at it/ he said. ' I only want to. read the name on the collar.' ' ,, | ' (lit,' replied Daddy Barnes. ' ' Lknow what you wants : to i give me away : to go the young I. lydy an' say : ' I kuow where , yer tike is give me 'a If a sov and I'll gui...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

BREA.D. — On and after Monday next, 13 th instant, the price of bread wilt ba 4d the 21b. loaf. E A. Luke, baker, . Hillston.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

IN MEMORIAM. LODGE. — In sad but loving remembrance of our dear son, William W. Lodge, who died 6th March, 1898, aged 30 years. In-   serted by his loving parents. PUBLISHED AT HILLSTON, N S.W Every Saturday Evening, SATURDAY, MAR. II, 1899.

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 11 March 1899

A. peculiar atmospheric efFecifc j was observed at Molong- last | week. High in the west and east the sky was laden, with a yeliow dust ; in the sooth : was tho sainu sort of dust., bat there it appeared to extend in; a sol id mass troLu the sky to the earth, SO: that the neighbouring hills wei-y completely hidden The sun resembled a plain sil- ' ver disc, and was absolutely ,, void of brightness. .Later on a brisk southerly wl in i sprang up which was followed bv a wes terly breeze at a. lower level, | and the peculiar spectacle was presented, of two 'currerits of dust travelling in opposite di rections. By 9 o'clock both wind and dust had cleared away and the night was beanti fully calm, with bright stars. ? ! O ' | Rudyard Kipling's medical atten- , dants consider that fclio distinguished novelist is now out of dav.ger. I The Pope has so far recovered taafc. lie is able to write epigrams chaffing his physicians. Ou .'the initiative of.. Lord Kiiiuaird, a strong debate tonk place ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

J ,b.&Sb1 UdHK ^8 WHO LAUGHS | itlie fortunate individual who & ?' p s jotidly, and for whqjn '4f;odd £ .gtsiion waits on appetite.' ft, i I /'Jft ! ^ s 'I Chcsrftj{ne».j, sound sleep and perfect. «. y are always attainable by « ^ dt inking \ I .WOLFE'S } j SCHNAPPS j \ If you have ' that tired feeling ' - j' about you that makes you depressed £ I and gloomy, caused probably by the J' % liver and kidneys being a little out. J, V of gear, try WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS f a pleasant tonic beverage. 3 | A&k for WOLFE'S find refuse cheap imitations. £& * ^ /wft flaDoaBMnalMMIMIgMnBMa-MW'inVSW) At the Bondi baths 011 Saturday. Lane defeated Bishop in the 100yds. invitation scratch race, mul at- the same' time lowered the Australian record for the distance:. I n a sculling match on i lie River Hunter on Saturday, Cnujse debated Mansfield by 10 lengths. SWALLOW and A Ri ELL'S v COMPRESSED / i nfn»iiiMmi»i»inirwrmv!finnimnnni ^VEGETABLES. umutuimmmmmniniiiummnnniuinmn ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

? Direct Anglo-Russian tie- j gotiations have resulted in the j Niuehwang loan difficulty being ended. The French Chamber has voted some £ 2 5 , 00 0 for the; re lief of sufferers' by the Toulon . explosion. Evidence given bv Mme. - Pavs' before the French Court ; i' - ? ? i ? ? ? : . I ot . Cassation, compromises j C-eneVcil de Boisdeffre and j other members ,of the staff, in j connection with the Dreyfus ] case,. * ' James Wray, the Australian | sculler, defeated W. Haines on ; Saturday by fully a length. The House of Commons ha« sanctioned proposals for the relief of distress caused by the hurricane' ;n the West Indies. Since the- outbreak of the plague in. India i t- has caused 200,000 deaths. Petitions against the passing of the Federal Bill are to be presented to the Legislative .Assembly when the measure is returned froni the Council, . Saturday's election in Queens land created very littJe excite ment : During- Saturday and Sun day '!.36pts of rain fell at Syd ney and 28 opt...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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ODDS & ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

ODDS & FNDS The longest lanLs in t.lio t world ? ft i'e s^;i--vv(-jc-!-l . One .j rropical \:-nety has hern kri(»\vr. to ,ryac*h GOO IV-.ot in lenotJA. lis GepuirUjy one man in I :-i ifoes to coil e^e : in Scotland. 'I'.' in 520: in the .United1. St -itos.. 'one in 2,000: and in ttnuland, one in o,000. Xi\ early- Anglo-Saxon cus tom- amotijn' newly -inai'vied ? ?ouplois was that of d.rinkiny : honey wine for thirty ? days' after marriage. Menee liie , word ' honeymoon.''' or 'honev- nioiith.' ^ Ther e is only one prophet left in Java, and he has been paid L80 a year for the last litteen years fop not predict ; iu.£ a tidal wave which will sweep clean over the island.' T.he credulous natives believe that he has the power to at tract a wave that ??will over whelm the country. The tip of the tongue is chietlv sensible t^ j-un^t;nt or acid tastes, the middle portion to f-weuc-s or bitter^, while tho hack ix con.iued to theHavrjm-s of i mints and fatty -ubstance^. It is customary...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

Liver& Kidneys Wron HEPATIC INDORATID;.: Dements Tonic Called \. IT CURED EVERY CASE. The Case of Mr. JAS. SMITH. (JfrtHU khh '? '-jytvifrpool l:it;r-.-!,iV ./ ttty -SV.J {BV 00 At Sl'ECiVvi. . KKTui:.! 'jOK.; ' ' , R Kto sci's .1:01) tin mil ! y con tit :.g 1,1 baud tp :n dilfereut '.{iiarvers as to M ?« ..must oxitfeptkmu! rooowry of ..Mr- Jas. Smith, ot Htgh-sfci «?%. Liverpool. from- e-mipli--tion of ? iisordei.s ? which would prove 'fatal '-0 'a man'- or . : 01 dhntry. ??.ounstitutioni-. .?'?:«? e )?«'? ?'?UK|U,5»'jos' '..on foot to get the tuitK- _ .A rcpi;es»JMftlivo aV.tb.is paper.fo; mi Xir.' .. fcjmithjn his , .s\iop ,» -a ' liim jf'thp current- reports of his case. were true. ? ' Yes.' replied Mr. Smith.' ?' aiid. as 1 think My Remarkable Case should httvfc full publicity iu the .causs of; humanity I will gives you an hour. _ . ilj' complaint; crept r.pon me in astiow. insidious manner, like a thief in ihf} nigh' ? .it uiaar have pr pressed for many months -below....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

IF YOU WAN! ? TO SAVE MONEY, BUY ALL FROM NALL & CO, Lale Villa lossi & fell. ? — A Largs Stock Just Arrived, OF Best Kerosene, Ms. (id. per ease. ON BAND:— CHAFF, BllAN, POLLARD, OATS, BAHLEY, ONIONS, . POTATOES, And FLOUR at Mill Prices. XTA-XjXj -Sc CO., HILLSTON EMPORIUM.

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An All-round Backblock's Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

Ail All-round Backblock's Letter- 1 ? ?*- | Sik, — Before 1 commence to chron Icle some important industrial obser vations, intended for the general edification of your numerous readers, allow me to.hcartilly congratulate the piucky and enterprising proprietor of the Hillston Spectator on the splendid manner in which ^you'r paper has been enlarged - and improved lately. The % lew, numbers' to hand, since the change eventuated, are indeed a credit to all concerned. The district, news is ample tjand well-written. The Farmers and Settlers' Association seem to be doing good work ; Mr. J . G-. Carroll, M.P., is energetic in the settlers' interests, and well to the front. (By the way, I notice 'Jimmy' has now been appointed Whip to the Protectionist party ; he ought to be able to round up legislators energetically on occasions of great pith and moment to the national cause.) Your short stories, printed on the ' red page,' are well selected and extremely interesting. Your Sydney letter is ...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

Government Ad vertisements. Roads Office, Hay. TY March 15:h, 1899 ENDERS ajHctjRped to tho Cier-i ot Petty Seasons a# Hafciand endorsed 44 Tender for Road wortf,/ will tta received up to noon on Thursday, ^Oth instant, for works on the following rokfls. Contract 19^98 9, Bilrau aid to WindomalLandfeir ; ^0/98-9, Wang anella o Yunga ; 31/98^9, B icli^al to Hillston ; and 22/9S d .pioya Farm Ro-td. All specifications ui«v qefaoen ar, the Court House, Hay. 19/98 9|fand 20/98 9 at the Court House, B*lra$ald ; 21/9S 9 at tl^ ^ourt House, Hillston ; aud 22/98 9 at tho Post-offices Whitton and Pleaeaut Valley. CHAS. COANE, Dep»r- incut ot Prieons*, Comptroller-General's Office, Sydney, Sr.h March, 1899. TPENDERS ate invhed for tbe SUPPLY I OF FIREWOOD to HILLdTQN GAOL for a \-epi6a of one year from l. April next ijforma'ioft as to tLe probabl quantity required, and as\ to the condition of contract can be ascertained at the G-iol lenders should show thefonce per lUOlhs . and will be reoeiv...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Twenty Million Doses [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

Twenty Million Doses' Startlinu figures n,ie w.}:ar. (!kj i - i I - : Beans Manufacturing Company deal ? in. This paper just gleans that last year the consumption of -Bile Beans in Australasia alone, 1 « n into the endr-5 rnous ligures uf two.ty million dos^s (we only give tigui'- for Austnilasia); In the face of the fnllowbig facts, it is to be wondered at that Vus.l ralian.s one and all. «liould iak-' thii w.nldV great : specihc ... . wurii . :uu o» :? bile ~ ;? Beans for Biliousness have,.. from thoi' origin, ?earned ??for th'-niise] yes l»y lh(-..ii - unequalled exce.lleiu e.: ;i -.v:ivpur«.|.i«in ? which places them to* lav, far1 in ;.u- ' Vance of any other similar. p(f-p'ia ? tiori. This specific is not a -cat «-.:e«i8ly ; prepare^l nostrum ; on t.h-? conir«ry, ii is the result of a l'ng and fhoi.ii;hft'ul ? lesp.wth -jn t,iie ptntoi ipiedu.'l iiwi* an American, who, .«fi- t yoais i«fstuiiv , discovere-i a natural iish- stance, which, after fui ilier stiiity, he ?. succeeded ...

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HILLSTON POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 14th, 18993 BEFORE MR. CHAS ROBERT ON, P.M. ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

HILLSTON POLIOS COURT. Tue.-day, Makch 14th, 1899. Before Mb. Chas Robert -on, P.M. ALLEGED LARCENY. Ah Gee, a Chinaman, appeared in answer to tbe information oi Ah Moy charging him with th3 larceny of a number of bags of rice the property of plaintiff, as partner with one Yet Fno. i Mr G. A. Bolton appeared for Ah Moy, and Mr. S. M. Raff for defendant, who pleaded cause to show. The folio wine evidence was taken : — A C. fa wtell deposed : I am a sergeant of police stationed at Hill«ton ; on Friday week, I went and saw the accuse^, Ah Gee; he was in High -street, and Mr. Bolton wa* pre? out; I heard Mr Bolton ak dbfeuds'it 'Why yoa takem riop?' Ho said ' Y*v Foo told me takem ' Hp »»id he hud sol'' II bau?s to Mr. Scott for £2 15/6 ; defendant said half tho rice belonged to Ah Moy.. aud the other half to Yet Foo ; he said Ah M»y told bin not to tuke the r.ice: Mr. Bol'oo asked where the rice was taken from ; de fendant s»id ' fmm the bick of Mr Stewart'.-, place, not from Yet Foo's...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ILLEGRAPHIC ITEMS SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

flLEGBAPHIC ITEMS r pom our /Special, Porrespondbnt SYDNEY, ' ? Friday. Mr. Wragge forecasts : Generally ? fine with stronp northerlies south from Smoky Capo, followed speedily by a shift to the west, with a cool southerly change ; some rain probable near the Victorian border. Flour, £6 15s. per ton; wheat, 2s 7d to 2s. 9d ; chickwheat, 2s 5d to 2s 6d ; bran and pollard 9d. At the stock sales yesterday, best weihers Drought lis. ; medium from 5s Gd ; ewes, prime, 8s. ; medium i! ?*- /» 1 ^ L- ? ? U.,11 ? A ? irom 4!S UU, ? UfSl UUIIUULVS, £8 7 s ; inferior from -£3 10s; cows, £2 10s to L5 6s. The Upper House further considered the Enabling Bill yesternight, and additional amendments were passed to to the effect that no Federation be en tered into unless two colonies includ ing Queensland voted for the Consti ttttion Bill. No further alteration was made in the schedules beyond a few verbal amendments, although a strong effort was made to fix the limit to the time the Federal Parliame...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Problem of The Unemployed. REPORT OF THE CITIZEN'S COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

Problem of Th.3 Unemployed . R.EPOBT Oi'1. THE OKIZEN's COMMITTFE. The Citizen's Cominiitee app tinted at a public meeting held in the Tonperauce Hall ] Sy n»*y, on November 28, 1898 have been j brougtit face to face with a condition ot thing's which is indeed deplorable. The ; .icuta distress of hundreds of unempljyed men, with hun-treds of others lependiotf 01 them, demanded the first and immediate ittention. Aud our efforts to fiud employ ment f»r these have been continuously car ried- on from tho beginniug. A suDeimmit tea of oar- number has been specially chars.''' wiib-tbd task — a 'ask as painful and diffi cult as it is urgent, ? But wo feel that this more temporary re lief was after all quite unsatisfactory. If a few weeks' work were found for the men 'Me situation remain«3d at' the expiration of that time just where it was. There was. 'no 'progress. We therefore ' devoted atteotion to fc*-« question, which if, it seemed' less ur rfenir, wns really more important, of fihdiui...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

LONDON, Thursday. Arrangements for the delimitation of the Soudanese regions was made between Great Britain and France, the former takes Darfur, Wadai, and Meshrerrek, and France retains Tain boura, whence the Nile is reached. The recent fighting in the Pasig river district lasted 7 hours. The Americans defeated 4000 insurgents with severe loss. The Bilipinos lost 400 killed and wounded, and 363 taken prisoners. The English newspapers commend the Australian cricket team as power ful in batting and fielding, and express some doubts in regard to bowling strength. Later. An American copper trust is being formed with immense capital The Cambridge University eight, in a trial spin over the champion course, did the distance in 18 min. 45 sees., being the fastest time or; record. Eight British, two American, and one German steamer, have not been heard of since the recent Atlantic gales, and it is feared they are all loso, with three hundred lives. j Friday. j lhe Canadian Governor-G-eneral...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

: OPEN COLUMN, Wis do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondent is Sm;-«-W e saw in your issue jpf lust wetili a letter signed ' Sympathy,5' in which tne writer, asking leave to J'exp^ess an opinion,1' proceeds to. make ' a. series of false and cowardly charges against; us. We answer them s-sra/ivn. He ' states ' It's a pitiful sight to see thetn (the coach horses) come in ; the poor brutes- earv ^hardly ' Stand when they arrive here.' This is clearly intended to convey to the 'piVolic ;*thafc j we starve our h^rses^ and in reply to this contemptible in sinuation we say that we have paid over £1000 for forage for our horses, -working .on the Hillston-Carrathool line during the past twelve, months, and fchau our horses are wirfifnllv ;i.nrl properly tended and looked after. We invite ' Sympathy ' and the Inspector of Police, or any reputable citizen, to inspect our teams, and we will foreit j^2o on proof that we under feed or in any way negle...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

Sillsttn News Agency, Tobacco and Stationery Depot. GompBefe Assortments in numerals Depart ments. Fresh Goqds, Good Goods. Cheap Goods. And goods suitable Jor every requirement of the Town and District . to ? ? S). TfN THANKING THE A PUBLIC for the liberal support which they continue to extend to him, would res pectfully draw attention to the special lines he is now offer ing in — Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Pipes, And all Smokers' Requisites, BICYCLE SUNDRIES No house in Hillston offers a better assortment, and at such moderate terms. The School Requisites Receive Special Attention and Include Brooke's New Readers, Spellers, etc. Angus and Robertson's Books, Atlases, Dictionaiy, History, Geo graphy, Grammar^ Euclid and Algebra Books, &c. EXER CISES from id, Copy and Drawing Books, Slates, Col oured Inks, Crayons, Erasers, Sponge Boxes. Large Variety Pens and Pencils. A lot of Boohs, lays, and Fancy Goods at greatly reduced prices to clear out the pre sent stock. The Hair-...

Publication Title: Hillston Spectator And Lachlan River Advertiser, The
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ONE-MILE BICYCLE, RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser — 18 March 1899

ONE- MILE BICYCLE,; RACE. v ,, G. Robertsoti ?,-i:. . sqr. A M«hiberg ... . ....... ?;-. sor. , C. L'W.; ? ? ? , m. PhiJltos .......... ............ - 30 yds, W. MacK ».y ? ? ? ; . . 30 ', , A iVtai-Kiy ? ? ? ? 50 „ J A«hlev.. .'.v. ..v..,.,.;. . 75., ,, J. Browi' ... .... . . . . 100 M A. Pnelau ? ? ? ? 100 -,, J N choi, ion ? ? ? .' 110' „ W P. Ritchie... ? ? ? ? 130 .T Paralow . ; . ...... . . ,130, J E{-«wihoro ....... .... ...... 130 ,', Mai-Fvcl'iDe . . . , 130' ,, T M^aig-i'nWvV.'v; ? 140 V^, ' -:A' Hraril^y.i .' - ? ? HI);-.1,, O. M. Thomas, ...... ......v... 160 ,

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