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Blayney Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4. (Before Mr. D. H. McDonald, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Blayney Small Debts Court. ' Wednesday, January 4. (Before Mr. D. H. McDonald, J.P.) Tibbs and RosBiter v. Thomas Cooper ; goods sold, £2/1/5. -Verdict for amount and costs.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

A villngA do.-tor ti Ts an amusiog story. H-j hvi be'ctrt attending for some consi.ier.ib.e, p2cij ! ;» country parauii, ami, accordiug tin fasliio!) njw hccJming aiuiijuate.J, Ht tending him gr.itU. Wlicu ia duecoursi the pirsu.i ? lie, I, his widq.v wruto to ajiqtsir^ luw mua'.i tlis Jocior wo'uVl'allj.v lier:ior lh-4 «ie Jicuie butt es. -':?-.-_? ' \V.iy is a maa happier wi h t-yo »v:vai l!i -a * it'ii osie .' —Us miy be 'hip-pf. wiili ? ?iirj, 'out with tvvt) li'i: ii pr«s:.c/ SuVO'Stu bu i»-tu-p.«'Uj. '~&?-v .V.Jtjuotis »'a o li it iie'J in Rime, ''and we.e j'.ir th-j sties uf u.j! wry tftult «ia -:ig ' the i-Jltiii;. s. ? ? ?

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lyndhurst Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

i,ym!Imrst Races. The ever popular annual races at Lynd-' hurst werd hold on New Year's Day, iand^ were most successfully carried out, thanks : to the energetic secretary, Mr. C. U: T. Burko, and his committee. The -day was fine and beautifully cojl. Ttic attendance was not quilo so large as on former occasions but there was ii good sprinkling of the fair sex present. The late rains having laid tlie dust there was nothing to mako the day's outing an unpleasant one. Everything' went off smoothly, and each race was started punctually ttflifdvertised lime, the last race being run at 6.45 p.m., thus giving every oni) ample timo to go holno and have Uwii' |tea.,'and return later on to the ball wftieh' was held in Air. Mode-stay's Hull, and; which proved a great success. Following are the results of ilio various events : - - . ??-. Orasixa Handicap. J. E. Fogarty's Native Rosa, 73t 5lb ... 1 J. Benhan'a Blackimitli, 8;t 21b ? 2 O^ly tlio two started. A good nice, teiag won by half a lengt...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Clock That Lights the Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

A ClocSs: Tli at Wglits tiie Vive. One of th.; mo?t ingenious as wu'l as use ful contrivances ever invented is a clock with attachments that not only wake s. par son at aighf, but nlst strike a 1'ght in the rqjju aud.kiudlu a iire. Thu cloc-kis liie ia ventipnof Mr. Thomas \V, Ruat-j of-Miicsn,'. and is certain to becoms a household neco's sity. Jf a person wants to get up at 3.3J o cioc-K in tlie morn ng, ail tint n necessary u to set the alarm on lb-? clock for ; th.it hour and adjust -lh« light and rird attach mtsats. Pjrjinptiy -at 3.30 th«s . aiarm. wiii awake the sleeper, jight a cnmlio . .that i» attauheii, aud kindie a Uru iu' 'the'gr^fe. Tlie cluck works porfdctly (gay^ iho '.Ma-o« (Georgia) Telegraph^,' ai»d Sir. Hunt has already sold th« Stale right fjr thsir sale in a number of States.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carcoar Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Carcoar Jockey Club. The following are the nominations and weights for the two principal events to ba run at ths annual moating of tlie above Club, wluc'i tikes placo on, Wednesday next : — Coombisg Stakes. &t. 1b. S. RUrk«'» ell m Cir.^line, aged ? 9 7 J. Ycomiu's ch in Zillah, 5jn ... ... 8 1 H. Btiuson's li m Alica Huwthorno, aged ... S 0 J. Yeoun:i'« ch h Remamlier Ma, aged ... 7 11 J. M.ickiVn br li GoMS.ieh ? 7 9 J. Townseiid's It g John Bidd, aged ... 7 9 J. MauUiu's g g Turk, ased ? 7 8 T. B. Cbe«l)ar's Satuu ? 7 7 J. Crook''' Re I Kose ? 7 6 t*. Conner's cli $ Kuferee, ageJ ... ... 7 I J. Fogarty's b in Naiive Uose, uyra ... 7 0 G.- Morris'* l)lk g T!t« Dean ? .. G -?i2 R. Stinsna's li « Anything, %rs ? C 10 A. W. Whituoy'a g g Winter, Cyrs . . 0 7 Carcoak J.C. Handicap. *t. ll-. S. Clarke's lr g Portlnnil, 6yrs ? 9 5 K. Slinson's br in AJary Tecfc, ?yrs ... 8 4 J. YaomiiB'fl oh m ZilUli, 5jr« 4. ... 3- 0 G. Morris's li g Lieateuant ? 7 13 W. Greeoluilgli's I'ardan ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blackmailing Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Blackmailing Wotucsi. A correppomJent writes : Strange as it l'.ia^- seem, it is nevertheless true that letters containing £-2 2s continue to arrive at Nor thuin'berland Avouuo for tno' »is=i:ig man Mitciio)), who is alleged to havu uiade a system itic attempt to bliickmail 'woraea' in .all parts of the United Kingdom. Mitchell, it is sta'«?d, obtained a' list o£ woman w!io had procured medicina for. a cartain purpBfeo ana wro.e inr»'at,eni:igni«i.i wiiii criiinii-ti proceedings unlt'53 a t-e of £2 '2; was paid to him. -Xi'ticRi— must of Ihe'm containing £2 2i — aviived in shoals from the frijjhtencd woiuea. Tu-» !Jjol-la:id Yard authorities were on tJiu alert ; but Mitcliell managed to esc-np?, IIl1 did not, however, obtain one of tha lstteri cot-.ti-.ining money. All the missives have been opcued, and returned to the sender^-tbor' remittances amounting iu all to about £2000. As already stated, letters containing i'2 2a each continue to Arrive, although tho blackmailing scheme has ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

'J0PSRA.TIONS DISPEJifSSD WITH.' i Io Messrs. Coltmane aiul Sons, Coolarnundra. ? ? j DfiiU Sins, — I havp . usvd the Eucalypt j lixtraot which t got from you, and am iw« qaito out of it. Al.nc.6t cvrry possible coat plaint 1 use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, sore throats, colds, ciiilWaiiis, neuri'gi*, toothache, &a., &c.,. andldp not Jielieve there is «ay disease ~jt:iwiir*qti-ur« if pBrsBverod with. In.ulc^ ratfd sore thront or i^flaini'd Hjiroat it, is invalualjle, having hid ptrsiiiiil esperiiince of tho fact very recently, _ Whrre children or even ndults ore b.id\y BlEeded I usually erect a ttibd of small tent npair a fireplace, place a kettle on die lire'! and w'.»«u the water reaches boiling point,-- J pour a quantity of the i£tt«aiypie ExtM«t irtt'o the keUlc, and attach a long tube tiJWe spout of the kettle, nnd make toe steam piny about the patient in the. tent. TUe steiin owing to the distance it has to travul, wheilit reSchesthe patient...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

Fumalo frogs are voiceless ; it is the male5 that do all the talking. A litlle girl'a father had a round bald spot. Kissing him at bedtime not long ago, sha said — ' Stoop down, popsy ; I wanV to kiss the pi;i;e where (he lining shows.' SANDER auJ SONS' EUOALYPi1 EXrii.i j'V. — UuJei- tlie dibttnguisbed p«i t'juitga of liis Majesty tlie King of haiy, us per couitntiuicatiou made by the AJiuisler for l^oreiJii Alliirs, through the Contul Ganeral for Italy, at Motbourue, March 14, 1878. Awiiried diploma at the Amsterdam ttnlliibitiou, 1833. Aclinowle Iged by Medi cal clinics aad Universities ail over the Globe. 'f horo aro imitations of Eucalypti Extract iuiha market, products of s tuple distiilatiou foraii-ijj.cru:k', rastaous oils. Iu order tliai tlieso oniie alls taay H0fl)e taken for our pure Volatiiu ila^aiypti Extract, nruk-li is recJ^nisa.l b^, the Moilical Division of the Pl'Ussuh GoviiL-utncnt to be of perfectly pure orijio, as per iufortnatiou forwarded to uj t!iroa-jli the ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 7 January 1899

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Accident. — Word was brought to Blay ney on Thursday that a serious bicycle acci dent had occured on Fitzgerald Mount, on the Blaney-Bathurst road. Three young men — Bevan Smith (2)-~were riding from Forbes to Sydney on a pleasure trip. They had high gears and no brakes on their   machines, and while descending the Mount they lost control of the machines, with the   result that one ran into a fence and the other two were thrown heavily to the ground. Two of them were very seriously injured, being bruised about the body and sustaining several nasty cuts. Assistance came from the nearest farm house, to which place, the sufferers were removed, and a messenger sent to Blayney for medical assis   tance. They had.in i.ndet'd a miraculous escape from death. Mr.W. Clark, of Blayney,   brought the bicycles to town and will take charge of them until the owners recover.   A correspondent, ' ' Anti-Humbag ' &am...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Bis Cloilaes a Torture* A Glanville Resident Cured of Boils and Rheumatism by Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mr. J. H. Da vies, Carlisle-street, Glan- 1 ville (S.A.), is a thirty years' resident of Port Adelaide. He writes to state tiie' benefit . derived from using Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills/after doetors and medp oinea had all failed. ' For toff ' months I have suffered intensely from boils and rheumatism, which caused me so much pain tliat -wearing my clothes was a torture to m p. OF nnnrjiR. T tried rar* mun «7 different-. medicinos and consulted doctors, but my complaint seemed to be beyond them, as they (none of them) did me any good what-: ever. I was thoroughly' disheartened, and dreadod to think of the years of agony that seemed to lie before inc. Every new medi cine 1 heard of was tried, and not long ago Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills were being advertised as a blood purifier, and after reading one of the books, I resolved to give them a trial, but with very little hope,...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lord Rosebery on the Turf. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Lord Rossbsry oa tiie Tarf. When Lord Rosebery first interested him self in tuif matters, it was liis custom to make bets with a very free hand, aud as his ftce was positively childlike, there were certain aitute persons who wagged their heads and chortled, thinking th -v had found , a plump young duck to pluck. They soon discovered their mistake, however, for under j that smooth and placid exterior lay hidden 1 tho brains of England's future Premier. Lord llosebary has never allowel himself to be lei into gun tiling foliies, although from time to time he Ins stojd to win or lose enormous sums, and if ha had lost it might have baan called folly. As ho won he msro ly possessed the ourage to back his fancy upon good reason shown. ' CutTicisa Will Fosrait Talext,' is I an adaga too weli Itt'liwa to nsad dilating upon, especially as it is neceisary to speak of something which for ininy years his I defied adverse criticism. Hulloway's Pills and Ointment, as sterling remedies for all comp...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Adventure with a Shark. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Aa Adventure with a Slaarlc, I Mr Frank T. Bullen contributes an arti- | cde to 'The Spectator,' entitled ' A Plea for the Shark.' In its coarse he writes-; — ' One of the most firmly held beliefs con cerning sharks is that they prefer the flesh man to any other food. Now tho fact is that fhe shark family, with feic exceptions. are naturally eaters ot ona.1 — scavengers ot tbe sea. They are the only large fish'-' that perform this most useful function. As a ' rule, the duty of duty of devouring the in numerable dead things which would other wise pollute tha sea devolves upon the crus tacea. But the omnivorous Squalid^ with their enormous stomachs, abnormal powers of digestion, apparently insatiable appetites, patrol the waters for carrion that floats, thereby lightening the labors of the toiling workers at the bottom. In consequence of this prowling habit they are often near the surface where men may be unfortunate enough to fall in their way. Then, if the human animal be unskilful ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spanish Wooden Bullets. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Spanish Wooden Bullets. It is well known that Spanish soldiers in ptiba were poor m-trksmen,- but great sur prise Ins been expressed at the remark tble lack of execution which characterised their $i-4 an (J;i;nr rtnauio and Stmiagn, and an (iiH er of the United States gunboat Mout ,t . . ..f-.r l.j nl.t„ tn it,--,™ ? ? ? i- .I.l ... the m itter. Ffe tisited the Maria Teresa after ths destruction nf Cervera's fleet in search of souvenirs. He found a nuinbor of Mauser cirtridges in groups of five ready to go into th-; magazine of the guns, and, if tlirt entire Spanish army and navy were equipped with th-it kind of ammunition, l-oth C-svera, ivnd Toral w^re amply justified iu snrrender V-g when they did. Thw ou-tridges consisted of a metal shell lo ided -yith hair and a sprinkling «f powder. Tl\e bullet was of iieit'ipr brass nnr l-*ad, but woud. Some afuiy contractor had impose^ on the qrdin Hiic.r bureau of the, Spanish navy, but to what Px'rnt the wooden Mauser hi^ljets vere u*i-d w...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Apples as Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Apples as Hedicinc. Chemically, the apple is composed o£ vege table fibre, albumen, sugar, gum, chlora phyll, mallicacid, gallic acid, lime, aud much water. Furthermore, the applo contains a larger percentage of phosphorus than any pther fruit or vegetable. Thi 3 phosphorus is admirably adapted for renewing the essen tial nervous matter, letliicin, of the brain and spinal cord. It is, perhaps, for the Eatne reason, rudely u inters ood that the old Scandinavian tradi tions represent the apple as tho food of the gods, who, when they folt themselves to be growing feeble and in/irrn, resorted to this fruit for renewing their powers of mind and My. Also the acids of tho apple are of great use for men of sedentary habits whose livers I arp sluggish in actioil, thsse acids serving to eliminate from the body noxious matters which, if retaiued, would make tho brain hea-.-y and dull, or bring about jaundice or pki« eruptions an J other allied troubles. Some such experience must have led to ou...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Qommcrclal. J. ij. A 03. l^at Galtle.— l.TJ y ar Jed;. tye bulk baisg middlng fteih aailily. fiie^ies iane-i was « ooj, fy'if b J ,dic!! dolt. esc^pl fir ii0'lit-w-:i^l'.i cr.r.j, wi'ich sold jVLji. m.l.l,- Hi '-par ^IpOlia. Vi'e s — -'20 bullockg (or J, -and A. ijteplicn5J.i, Terr,i JJell ?, avfrat^ng £4 5j ; 22 cows .tor Sir A. J. Mc Donald, Narronine, averaging £3 Ji -, 34 bullocks ' and vows for Mr (J. IS.WelforibEu^cwra, to£l 11a V 25 bullock and c;wa for M irsli ltros , Uoolagong, pye.-f %!!-:{ i'-i 2s ; 12 casrs for Me. T. Fitjs-jcralJ to £& itis. Making * totil ol IIS head sold by us. J-\ it Sijoep. — liariet tla'1 ; prices lower. IVe .*ol 1 —220 w ..-tilers for ^pringii ;Id fnitjrrl Co. at £ 1,1; IdO wetiiars Jae He. 11. Filler, 8rjjk!y at '5s Id ; 10J tyai (or Mr F Paris'.), t j Si ; 62 mixed i-r Sir J. Curtain at 4s 0 1 to 5s. Storu .-dieoji. -70J3 yarded, chiefly age I ewes an! w -tliers in hv condition. Dj a'aiid wa s f-ii for aa v- thing gQ^ I. We sjlil 2J03 ew...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Gold Yield for 1898. AN INCREASE OF NEARLY 50,000 OUNCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

TIuTsoId Yield far *898. yLN tlfCi^-VSE OF NEARLY 50,000 OUNCES. ' The -Minister for SJinjfa j(Mr. Cook) has bad the gold returos |or^e year prepared, pud it gratified tq tint} Ifat a sulistantiaf in crease in the qualitjr apd yalue :.of the- gold won has taken place #s compared with the j ? previous year. Froip tjie lsjb^anuary to the j 30th Noveinibef 2^5,929|o5t. of a value of we^e obtained, aijtj during lie cember the return^ a-ifout).ted to ^8.732oz., of a value of jB141,S1^. I^ut there is to be a-ld«d to the year's output l^Ogloz,, of tbe value of £68,244 of gold worj iff. New South Wales, btjt g.ent tq the yictofian Mint for ' .treatment. This gives tl^o tptal yield for tho year aB 34l,722oi., -jf a value of £1,249,242, which shows an increase of 40,50502, of a value of £160,829 orer 1897. Mr. Cook thinks that this return of gold yield in^kt be taken as very satisfactory, when it is considered that the majority of our gold fWdd have sti&ered severely during tiie past ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

(SEOI^GS glliE, SOLICITOR, — AXD— (7pia-uis3idii8r f/r Affidavits, 81, A 'JiTEY. SJ OlfBY TO LEND on approved Securities.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

Against. New Women. The ' new woman,' with her aspirations and mannish mode and airs, can never be come a success, for the simple reason that Nature is against her. Woman is not con stituted Jike tuao. JJer internal organism stand less strain, and aseds a great deal mare attention titan does that of the male being. If any part of tho digestive of female organs becomes deranged, tho whole system becomes affected. Bile Beans for liilioo-ness are about the only real specific extant that absolutely keep the system clear of waste and impure matter, aud thus enable the various organs to perform their functions yritli regularity. Tho preserico of waste ^natter in the system is exceedingly detri mental to gojd health. A comparison (Uight bo mads with a most intricate engine qvliicli Ins b -come clogged and dirty through carelessness and neglect. One part becomes disabled, and affects other parts, and so on, until tho whole machine is disorganised and Unfit for use. When the livur, stomach, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

MQIPJgSS. p^uitca o! Exsland. — To-morrow service* wrill lie iini.r as f 'liows : -Biayney, 1 1 and 7.30 ; King's i'inias. 3— Rei-. \V. K Hoivcll. Hirry, 11 ; Moo lilila, 3 : Ne'vl-i-idge,'7.8|) Iter. -t. Onyous. PKF^BTiCiiUX — L'o'm iri'ow ^urvioes will hi ci.t jVuitel ils'/t'»l!o'wi:— Uliy ie/, 11 a*! 7 3J; fciy'a Vard', H — K-\ . J. Adam. \fjesLEVANT.— To-^ni»rro.v s-jr.-icu vill h- !i?!l as fo'lowK lilavn.y. 11 ; Netiile, 3: GaUjm'iiit, - ;{0— Kev. 'A. §, ' Norjon,'3; Blayijey, 7.3'D — Mj-bisn Duud'. Rqsnjf Oatiiolic — Sjnday, 1 5th January — Carcoar, 8.30 a ni. and 7.30 jj.iu. j I{ijiy ney, 1 1 a.iu. anj 7.^0 p in. ; Lvntlliarst i L a.m. ?. Advocate and JfTerald. measures; not men.' — o — ; SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, lS9g.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 14 January 1899

SA.NDER n»-l SONS' EUCALYPTI \ ESTliA.'J'l'. — Under tho distinguished pat ronage of his ilajasty the King of Italy, as pel- communication made by tlic fillister for Foreign Aif.iirs, through the Consul- j General for Italy, ut Melbourne, March 14, 1 1873. AtvarJed diploma fUliia Amsterdam lDfltiiUitioa, 18:33. AcliaowIoJgei by Medi cal clinics aui Uuiveioities u.l over the Globe. There aro imitations of Eucalypti Extract I in the marker, products of s tuple distillation forming crude, resinous oils. In order that ilies8 crude oils way not ba taken for our pure Volati u Eucalypti Extract, \vhi-h is recognised b_, tiio Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be oi' perfectly pare origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Uonsul at Me;l-oumo, March 2,- 1878, we state : — It is proved by tests made by the Mediea; Clinics of tiio Universities of Bou'n aud tfrtolswald (Prussia), uud leported- to by Dr. Sjliukz, Profeasor of Pharmacology -nt ilomi, and Professor Dr. Mo...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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