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FEDERAL ISSUES. Mr Fisher's Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

FEDERAL ISSUES. Mr Fishcr'n Campaign, In opening an rlod ioncring cam" tmij;n a labor leader is heavily hair licnpp-jd. Tlic jmlicy he has to an nounce is always ihat ol tlio Party i determined by t h»« wiro-iiullers of dio leagues in confert'tiCK assembled, and duly published for llin informa tion of friend anil foo alike. All then that Mr Fisher could do when on Monday he opened his platform campaign in th» Melbourne Town Hall, was t<> fliow exactly wh.it points in tim ollicial policy of the Opposition h» anil thoso in closest tcnch with liim i ut in I lo stress. Preference lo UiiioiiisIh in its > crudest, most extreme fonu, id to bo pushed to t ho front. Themis to he no truce with 'he wage earner, who deliberately remains oii'sido his Union. " M«n who are non-union ia!s arc mos'lv fucuka of Bociety." was Mr Fisher's uncompromising utterance, and his words give tbo independent, worker an idea of what he may expect if Labor secures another leoso of olfiee. Passing ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. I.O.O.F. The oaoal fortnightly meeting of the waTh'eld at thc^Meohin'Obf ^VbT&HiP'uii Monday evening Hro A Gray, Noble Grand, prodded over a fair attendance of members The principal bnaimea of tho evening iuoluded the report from tho Grand Lodgo representatives (Kro" A Hash, P.O. and W F CtrrBo, DD.O.M.) of the Grand Lodge Session hold in Melbonme recently. Tho report which wae reo*ived and adop ted, ebowed that tbe Order was making Rroat headway, both financially itnd in in orcaso of membership, Tho mnusRcmenl fund of tho Grand Lodge ebowod thai dur ing the luat I wcWo mouth* a deficit had been turned into a uubetantiiil credit balance, Siok pay amoantintf to £5 was passed for payment, and ono' proposition recoiyed for inemberrhip A letter was reoeived from Mr« Thom linaon thanking tho L id^e for auuitntioc ro faneral of tho late Bro Thomlie>;u Bro W I*1 Oarran having boon appointed Grand Lodge Oouductor, places anotbur honour to bis credit

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hints on Picking. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

Hints on Picking. According to Mr J. G. Turner, Chief Horticultural Ofliccr, tbe ex act time for picking pip fruits, sucb as applea and pears, can only bo tie fetwinetl by actual experience. In 8 general way, it may be stated that BUoh fruits are fit for export when the pips have changed from their original light tint to a brown colour, bnt this, in itself, is not always suf ficient. Tho fruit should be well developed, but not fully ripe. Some amount of colour Bbould be developed in red varieties of apples —such as tho Jonathan, for instance. Undersized fruits should bo left on the tree for home requirements, or Way be lett to develop for later ship ments. Fruit Hhould not bo picked unices dry. Gather it in the o;tiiy Pat t of the day before it gets warm by the heat of tho sun. Avoid all bruising, as bruised fruit is useless for export. For this purpose a li^ht-pointed ladder shaped something like an eluiigated letter A should be used. Do not Bhake or drug the fruit from Ibe tret a....

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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S[?]WELL HIGH SCHOOL. Umversity and Teacher's Exams [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

SUWELL HIGH SCHOOL. Univorsity and Teachor'a Exams Tim following pupils completed Junior Pubjio in Urn Supplomcntary e.vuns ■ — Uiilph Hibby, Kroncli and Geog raphy Leslie .Saunders, l'nmch. Katlilci'ii Mills, 10ii(<IibI) and his tory. lOdwird lulton, Uoomotry and historv. Ella Fleichcr, liintury and latin. Niiin.y Craqg, Uo.uuoiry and draw in,?; Harry Kox, Kri>no!i. Frio l.i Malinko, history. Alan Mitchell, Algebra and dis liuction in Ari linjctic. Ilia to do Liiin hi complete. The f.•Mowing hi.ve quulifieil for jtinioi I'-aolii'is 1). l^iloy, R, LSibby, 10. Hoitm.in, 15, Bryant, M. liullocU, A. Cr;u;i>, 10, LMetchor, K. Krencliam, !•'. Mahtilce, K. Mills, L Saiindt'iK. K. M'Coriville. Miiis 10. liryunt b .s boon appoin U><! to Gldiiomhy S. Sohool. The retuiliH :ir« yory creditable to the school.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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OUR FRUIT INDUSTRY. Facts and Figures. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

OUR FRUIT INDUSTRY Facts &ud Figures. The following tables show th° Pomonal fruit export figures for tbt: woek ending the 21st inst, and also the total shipments to date i— Cases Apples. Germany 1,370 London 807 Liverpool ' 50 Total 2,227 Total (including above) shipment to date Apples Tears. Germany... ... 10,165 — London 7,708 100 Liverpool 550 — Hull 150 — Bombay ... ... 150 — Grand total ... IS,713 100

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS. Crisp Clips from our Contempoaries. FARM HUUSE BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

NEWS OF OUR NEIGHBORS' Crisp Clips irom our Contempts arics FAUM IIUUS'E BURNT. Mia Bruolviiun, of Nypo. near Tlninbow, sustained a serious loss on Wi'iliu'sday owing 10 her residence and itri contents buing destroyed by liro. Tlie llimns buret out under the lloor ot the building, and beforo nuythinjj could be ilono to extinguish ilioni (he building was reduced to a mass of smouldering ruins. The buililinc; was insured in the Union Company f>r £'200, and the furniture for £o0. Tho origin of the fire is unknown.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE BANDSMEN ON THE TRAIN. And the Comments Theroon. The "News" Repiies. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

THE BflMDSWltN OH THE TRAIN, A ud tlie Comments Tlioroon. Tlio ''News" llepiios. Ill yesterday's itwie of our con temporary. » corn'sp'itidont why signs himself "Jus'icV comments upon tlic incident on (he special I,:,in from tho Ararat Charity t/ar nival—an tncidont (hat was (rented Btsomo lentj'Ii in Hiu previous issue of ilie "News", \Vn have no fault (o find witl ",)t!S'io>-V lotior \id to a certain point—-indeed, wo quite agree will 1,jm—but wo certainly lake excep tion to the concluding portion which runs : (Iccijilo 1'ioBiilnnt JJuw ean'ii ortvirliecmcn'- tot boj-n la j.iiu tlio liand. '-l'ho iMlitori-*! footnote, m tvliioh liu ootineeo i\lt linritcu ol bad hBicfind evi^n worar, in not appnchtnii by Mr Burrica'j many (riendp, wlv; lumw una (lpprcoioto liim un » moo ot honour," Wo p;iHs by 'ho extraordinary phrasing which relets to "President D.nvson," and then goes on tospenlc of "the editorial footnote in which 'ho' accuses. . . . by merely UBking: "Who, in the mime ot goo...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

Liirksa Btos mm BROS SALESMAN Lend, Finance and Commission Agent3, J. A. LARKAV (Auotioneer)^ Swoin Valuer under the Transfer of Lands St;uuio. Aov*Jioo f^n»n:any Part oi tba JUisirict • Loans Effected ah Lowist Rates. Large Sums noiu Available DIU'RUH' AUENL'S FOU Australian iluS'ul Provident Society. Curator foe tna K-nitJ3 of Deoeaaed Persons. Norwich Union Fire Oflio*?, Otdinary <*ud tf av Stack Riaki?. Viatoria InaurAuoe Company, BalUr&t Banking Compuiy The Trustees Executor aud An<?nay Coy Lti (the Oldest aod L^ri^R* lruiatec< Com pany tu tliw Oommonvvjilth"). Faitebaa* and Sooa I.X.L. Poison V&rt ! CUo°7n Separators T&e Anairahteiao Mercantile Land and JFi'iaoce l>'orap-»ny (WoM *od Gr&ii)) Ufimva Liaoellea Lra (ilotor Depart ure.) Mnsioa Nofci o Miss Lillie Lemia. L.T.CX Miss Nellie Lemin L.T.CL (Ctr tfied Teachers Trinity College of Maaic, London) Pianoforte, Organ, Harmony Etc. Tnllion teBomod Tuesday 29th...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

PUr.Lia THIS PLACE STANDS 8fIO{\rJT)ER TO I SHOULDER WITH YOUR V AJNTS. I WEJ BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL Flj^aE YOU. JT haa boon ftaknowbdgod tor ovnc yoarn by nil who htwo viiutod onr lTnotory and Show Roomd that whon an ttrtiolo o ' anasual moriO or oat of Clio - inary run ia wanted, fclia pUoo to pro^nro it is at SniRREITiT BROS. Should it bo 6 Vehiolo fo? baoinoas aso, or an Abbot ugtfy foe easo and aomfort, wo oaa aapply it. THE QUALITY 18 RIGHT ! THE PRICE KEA8QS4ABLE! AND THE DtSICH PERFECT I-lVURY Tlranch of Iho flunlucM lirlnR enperintondad by onr> of tho l'urtnom In nuffiolenb (iiiarnntoo th»k thn Ni"» Mnatgcmaftt w liiuiiitnin tho Rupul iulon lir.ld liy tho Firm fur Mia L VST FORTY VJiAIiti fur nitax'-OLASS WORK 4cd VKIZU EAKKUSat nil (.hu Slidu'si., tvrr« m>»', ••—, n* ttehv MODKKATE RATLJ3, : Duggies biia CUtibr Vehicles buih to orfiar. ^Mo1q3 >?,ogairod, Ro-palatod ftad'Ea-triaxaoi, SEOCEaS&KBS0®0 BBOS.. I? JR. EM 1. KB OO^CII FACTO JRT5T' EotnbliQhod 10...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

IMPORT HIT TO LADIES Lidios will Liudly note that tbo day of .ibo ues:t viait uf Mro J.). M, OlilYord, Huperinlondeot of tho Nntura HenlU] (,'a, Melbourne, to Stfiwell id buin^ altered to Wedncoday. lo'.b April, when who oiay ho oeen at tin1 Town lle.ll liotol from 10 n rn to 7.30 p ni, and tint fut.urn vi«■ ito will ukc; placa on tiio third Wo'iucsd*y of ovury raoDlh iooltad of third Tuoeday. Kp'.-eitilly note thn oha,ni>o to-duy to avoid iluapjioin' • iunnt. Mro Chlford will bu pli-ui^d i) nd vi'jc hidicu not enjoying fjood lumlth or wbu di!\y ar'P^roiH'y \tv denial tho blua-min vi raotborhco-1, how the* wonderful IIatura homo LrentriH'Lt, whifh linu rcDfjrnd thoU; Qodu of women i»ud giriu to purser iiua.il\ ctiu hu'lp lb..in. No chargo whatovor io inndo for oonouitQtiou'j or adviot;. Mutin whilo oond postayo foi-froo Health (luido on tbo uubjut to Dopt A.f Nataru ftollh Co W HHizT.bi.tb Btreoi, Melbourne, j

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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The Stawell News AND Pieasant Creek Chronicle THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

-Staiuelt Beros AND | feasant ®re«ii (yiwoaidr THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. Mb B S Dawson, J.P, presided at tbe looil oourt boose yesterday morning, wbeo one Borrr-looking inebrint-, woo had been arrested by Coustabla Taylor tbo previous evrLiag, constituted (be entire bu-tneaa, I As tbe aeoased, a young m&a, was a fl'tt offender, and bad Bpsofc (be nj,$ht io tbo not-ioo-oomfoit.\blo conUoea ot the watch bouse, bo waB discharged with a oaution 4joS tJ do it a^ain". An accident. wbiab luokily was not fl' tooded with vory serious recalls, oocarred at tbo Sloanes and Scotohmao's miae od Taeaday. A young man named B Walker, while at work at the 1000(1 levtl daring ibs afternoon shift, was struok by a £ma } fall of earth, wbioh knocked bim againoi ibe wail, ciusion several abrasions oa bu focp. Tbe sufferer was treated by Dr Fox, and afterwards removed io bis bocfip. No bones were brokc-o. It is expected tbat Walker will bs able lo resume work in a few daye. Mh B Douglass has snbmim...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

LARKAN btiJS- FORTHCOMING SALE Lirkao Bros, inptrDo'od by Mrs Cfttbor* ine Btoad, exeootrix, invito tenders, return* able Bt their oflioo on ToeBday, 7'b April, by -i p.m, for the parob&ee of tho whole , or any portiomt all that picoo of land OooUining about 217 acres 3 rouda 20 parotic, beine allotments 21 and 22, in the parish of Boroku, County of Boruog, Tbo proper'y ia Beouroiy fenced and enb» divided into oonvunient pnddooks and is psrmanontly w&tored by oreeka and dams, I Tbo land is well adopted for wheat grow ; ing, and portion is highly buitablo for ' potatoes. The improvements consist o! i-roomed 1 Dwelling House, KUbllng, Implement' •Shed, Dairy and other outbuildings. The agents ouu with ooolidonoo reoom mond this property to anyone desirous of going in for dairying or mixed farm ing, and will be pleased to arrango in spections Ae tho property is being oilorod for sale to wind op tho Estate of doomed, tho terms will bo cash in ii month from aooapUnco of o...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

Ooursmt? Tho mcmbern of llio Ktaweli Olub intend holding another horc dr.vo i Iliu lUornoo ilu'trict on Silurdny / will bo niido in C uneron'J paddock l-™' hurun nto snid to bo numerous) m" j'lni t:,;n of ibo Kupanyup u"d L,. rotulu, A nnmbor of enthuoiacia S^'J .» n«-y tiom St".we!I by motor nrtlv'°'Lj Omoron'o Paddock nbout 0 «,m, ™ __ tboy liupo to onoo moro moot ft .i, ber o£ district fcioada to bbbibI r* ^ driyo.'?

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS Croquet [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

SPORTING OTS Croquet The following nil! give tea tbil afternooo-Meadameo Fox, Dawharflt» For* ebaw, and (be Misses lflaplin, Uavlea lid Doylo. MRS AITKfclN'S TROPHY, A. DiviDioD. Third Round MIbb D MiCoboll boat Mies Kay Mias M Dayiofl boat Mies Daviea Final—Miae M DavioJ beat Mifii 0 Mitohell 2G—20 U Division. Third Round Mleo Mont boat Mrs Forabaw Miea BarDoo boat Mro Andoreoa Final—Mies Barnes boat Misb UodI HG—J 3

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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THE DIAMOND DRILL. Over 300ft Bored in the Magdala [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

THE DIAMOND DBILi. The Boulder C linpany's diamond drill, which is at present woikinqm, tlin Ma^ala-onm Moonlight IO.'iO ti levl, has hornd sinca ita cti'c. tion. Notwithstanding ilio hot tlllt thi> stone at prudent being prospector is of a haril natur.'. fairly thickly I voined with quartz, the drill is mil;. 1 ing .in average program of about 3|( I an hour. Thai noshing in the way of q hitch lias ooeurred speaks wtll (or th« can: bsatowsii by the meti in chargK. With tho object of securing a litthi information for thn uninitiated— a class to which ho himself belonged — the writer gladly accepted aa invitation to malto one of a party which visited the drill on TupsiUy evening, under the Ruidanae of Mr W. Conned, who >3 directing tin; operations of the maehin». Making ttio dusccmt by the Sloanej shaft, ihe visitorB, after a walk th« was half slip and half scramble, ciinm upon tho drill. Both the driver »ud his aeaiatant wet\s m "crib," but obligingly lost no tiun in coupling u...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Tonnis; [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

Tonnis; Oq the Victoria Park oourta oo day, ibo PtawclJ Ulnb will play a oombioi tion team from Ararat and Great WotlefD, tho poroomibl of whioh will bo j — McfW®* Taylor, Thor^ooci, SViutftovoi D'*''110# and U Kilpitriok, , Tbo looal o;qb will bo rcpre«mcd uy« Meooru Conoublo. Urquha't, Lanibj Mitobull, Obadwiok and . Eolrieo for thu KftBtr-r tonrofimoDt a • coming its woll, and ueurly aii ^r]P.P' pal towna in iho Wimraura will ba reP oent'd. Glvou One wenU»!f tho toDDja P"' lio ohuuld wilncua ooiur- firct—cIaos pnO«

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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CricKet. STAWELL ASSOCIATION V. JOEL JOEL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

uricKex. 6TAWELL ASSOCIATION V. JOBIi JOEL. On Baturday next at tbo Central F®" a match will bo played belweon tho luame. Tho match iacaoainfi a good del! of interest and &b tbo Joel Jool leatq iM fairly otroofi combination, ihey are Mr Imp to kivo a yood acoouoti of tborocelvee. looala will bo obooou from tbo following NoilsoD, Daracli (2), & Cooper, Vernon, Oakloy, M'Lay, Oaojybdi, Clarke, M'L«W Wbiuy, Lauder, b'orivojor, iiilbura sod Woodward. . Ab (hero oan bo uo p'ay after half-pM sis at tbo proeenl ticrto, it io doairod tbakM oarly a eUrt aa poaoiblo bo made for tbl mutob and players aro re«]ue?Ud to be on tbo ground not lator tbau 2.15. The la timed lo commence at 2.30 flbarp.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SENSATION IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

SENSA.TION IN COURT. A somewhat unusual and mildly sensational development took place at the Warrnambool Court oo Satur day mor"ing. A case agaiuat the licensee ol the Calodonian Hotel had just been disposed of and the Court was proceeding to deal with the tISQIUg (irusuuutiono, whan Sub inspector Beckman arose and stated that Sergeant M'Pherson had just called his attention to tbo conduct of a man in Court named Oscar Griilin, who had made statements redacting upcu the evidence given by the police in tbo hotel case. Griilin was brought forward, and Constable Rice swore that the man had crossed the floor of the Court and said he had come to ask him what he meant by telling — lies, and added that h>* ought to be struck dead for telling such — lies, and that Mies Walton was a fool to plead guilty. Griilin. on being asked what he did Bay, said. ''I don't know what bo's talking about. I only asked him what he had me up for." The P.M. (to Sergeant M'Pherson) : lake him out and arrest ...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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JETTY AT NATIMUK LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

JETTY AT NATIMUK LAKE. Preparations) arc being made for the erection of the proposed jetty at th« Natimuk lake. The redgum piles have arrived from the mill, and tho planks ato also-to hand. A start is to be made at onco by 8 working •' bee'' anil they will be continued every Wednesday and Saturday afternoons until the jetty is an ac complished fact: It is expected that tho swimming club will not experi ence any ditticul y in obtaining workors, Ml who indulge in swim ming should help. The erection of the jetty will not be accomplisd with out difficulty. The driving of the piles, without a " monkey" will be a laborious 'ask.

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 26 March 1914

Poblto Notion Public Notice. XT AMERENA, tto woll-koown Uil" V . BRELLA MAKER, will oali 0'i tho residontB of Btawell toe orders, with a largo atook ot silk and other materiil lor oov* ring, Umbrollio covered equal to now from 2a 6-1, Ml orders may he Mo at MrB Owon'd BoBrding House, Viotorw Street for »he oext two weeks Mr T, 19. JLec CHINESE HERBALIST (Lat* of Ballarat) ■'"'UOOEEBFULLY treata diseasoa (in— V> tcrnal and^t sternal) and all uilmeuts without operation. Eyo specialist. Practised extensively in Shanghai and China, haviniz been Intorod by hia anoea tors, wbo for three generations praotiued in Obino. Consnltstion free. All OhargeB Modc-rato. Uoora—10 a.m to 12 noon and 2 p.m to p.m. Addreaa— HTRRKFF BXBEifiT, STAWELL Waltaloo East, 19/12/13. '1 o Df T. D. iibe. This teclimooinl is to oectify that after gofferine lot a long time through 'constipation and bleeding pilep, and having tried etveral doorore without eucoeas, I was adviaad to consult Mr T D Leo and I d?d so, ...

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