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Shoalhaven Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

f9h«:tBfja\ea IP«5sfe Court. Al tho Pohco Couit, held at Now i a on Tuesday Inst, boloioMossis 13ico, Blown, GIuiimIIo, and Moimghan, Js P , William Motoi wus fined 10s foi'indocont bohaviour at Now ia on tho night of tho l'Jlh instant.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

HOIXOWAY'S OlNTM ENT ; AND PlT.T.S;— Coughs, Iniluonza.— Tho soothing proportios of theso modioamonts ronelor thorn woll worthy of trial in all diseases of tho lungs, in common colds, anil inlluenza. Tho Pills tako internally and tho Ointinont rubbed oxtornally aro oxceoel ingly olficacious. Wlion inlluonza is opidomic this troatmont is oasio.st. sufast, and surost. liolloway's Pills anel Ointinont purify tho blood, rnmovo' all obstructions to its free circulation through tho lungs, rolioyo the ovorgorgod air tubes, and ronelor respiration froo without reduc ing tho strongth, irritating tlio nerves, tir do pressing tho spirits. Such aro tho roady moans of saving sufforing whon aluieted with oolds, coughs, bronchitis, and othor complaints by which so inanyaro soriously and pormanontly /afflicted inmost countrios. — Anv. ''No pent, up Utica contracts our powore ' may bo truly said of ono oi\tho nijjFsJ. invaluable preparation of modern tiniaa^forj^ts salos eiro not confined to any par...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

OOUllT OP BEQUESTS. At tbo Couit ot Boquosts, bold at Nowia on Tuesday last, befoioMesiis.ij G.I3ico,ii Blown, John'. Glunvillo, and John Monugban, JusticoH of 'l.ho Phiino.. in flin nnsn /? . TimlmnKfiirlixp :.T W. Day— a youth— to recover Um mim of £?! for gbods^ sold nnd delivered, tbo lio.icb gnvo a verdict for, pluinlilt for amount claimed and cosls,' the defendant, piotratiii'; Hint goods roprosoiiting a valuo of £l Ids bnd novel1 boon rocoivod by! him. .PlainlilY, bowovor, pioilnccd his book with tbo ontrv.— [Mr. Morion took birt so.al on tbo Boncb.'] — In tbo onsos 0. J. Payno -v. John 'M'Ncilly and M'Noilly v. Payno; iu 'tbo first cnso',10 ro'covor tbo sum of £2 (is duo as trespass foo jon six ciilllo and two horses which hnd trospassod in Payne's croon (win and planter's friend, and. in llio second caso to' rocovot1 Hho sum of Ms 10(1 illogal impounding1 'foes; it' wns ndiniitod lit tho ouUol that (ho enso hingod on llio quostion as to wbothor tbo foiioo wua a Hiiirioiont ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Oiling the Waves. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

©IBiuig- Uia Waves. Perhaps the following quotation from' the Nineteenth Century re Oiling tho Waves, may prove interesting to somo of our. readers :— -? 'Every lifeboat should be fitted with a: proper oil-tank, to be kopt always full, and so planned that tho crew should havo no trouble beyond that of turmng on a, tap at the moment of noed, when vie oil should urip ol its own accord. It is further urged that the Board of Trade should insist on a sufficient supply of oil, for this special pur pose, being put on board every ship, as a necessrry part of her outfit. There can be no doubt whatever that the adoption of these simple precautions would save many precious lives and valuable cargoes^ With regard to tho objection which naturally presents itself, that the well-filled oil-tank would add a con siderable item of dead weight to a boat, the answer is obvious, namely, that the labour — to say nothing of the dangor — of battling with tho waves would bo so enormously lessened that the m...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar for August. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Weekly Calendar for August. Phases ov tub Moon. Last quarter . . (ith, at 2. 18 ji.iti Now Moon .. Mth, at 7.13 a.m. Pirst quarter. . 22nd, at 11.0 a.m. Pull Moon. . . . 2S)th, at 7.23 p.m. ~ 1 , ? Sun-^ High water atShoul DATE. I fols0&- gota- linYQiiUoitdB. jr Jt n. sr. a. ji. r. st. 21 (i .JO 5 35 2 46 ,3 27 23 G 29 5 35 4 7 4 48 26 0 28 3 30 5 29 G 3 27 0 2G 5 37 G 30 7 4 28 G 25 5 37 7 32 7 55 29;: G 24 5 3S 8 17 S 40 30 6 23 5 39 9 3 i) 25

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Sllnwarra. Stesim Navigation Company. TBtB TABLE. ? ????n- n i fEvorv Tuesday, nnfl Friday From Sydnoy. | J lligllt-atU. From Groonwoll ( Monday, 7 a.m. ; Thursday, Point. I 8 a.m. FAKES: Cabin, 30s; BKctttni (Cabin), 30s; , ? Steerage, 12s «»-!. V E. MANNING, Manager. XQiiglisIi Stiottisla anil Australian . ? C'lBiu-tcrcil'JSniik. THE BUSINESS of this BANK will, fortho ? future lx- conducted in (ho NEW EKE MISESinlCiugborn-slTOotnoxllIicPrcsLylcriiii^ church. : .???-... KOBT. FINLAYSON. ??.;??. . Manager. : Nowra, 12tli Januaiy, 1S81. co3«E3vnissioisr . ? ?'?; ?'.? ?? :' ?' ' ' and ' PRODUCE AGENT, TASMAMANJAM Sf FRUIT DEI' OT, 02 SUSSEX-STWSET, Y D N 13 Y : BOBERT MEIKLEJOHM, ' (Lute Thome ami Meilirji-hii,J Commission Agent, SUSSEX STREET, Between King mid Market, Streets, ? /? . ' SYDNEY. JULWEES AND VANCE, Commission Agents, 103, Sussex Stiiukt, SYDNEY. ?'?'' ELLIS & GQHPABY, A117WAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, 7G.'5, Geovge-stroot, South Sydnoy. Cattle, Sliecp, nit«l EI«rf-...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Last, Friday wo gavo our readers the bonofit ,of a special roport showing tho success which /uttended our Railway deputation in Sydnoy ; / and in unothor column to-day we issuo tho snmo information for tho benefit of those whom our couriers did not reach last Friday or Saturday. Tho object of our movement has, so far, linon attained, and our first railway agita tion crowned with success. 'We cannot ask for tho construction of a railway until wo shall have first ascertained its cost. Having made ourselvos conversant with tho details of tho financial obstacles, wo shall thon bo in d position to urge our claims — on tho ground ot' the certainty of tho extension to Shoalhaven being a paying one. Haying that ond in viow, a very large and influ ential meeting affirmed that a trial survey should be made it/ the shortest and most practicable route to this dis trict. It will be tho duty of the local com . mittee to see that wo lose no advan tage in this respect; but it would bo impolitic to ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

TTo Our Subscribers. STJBSCriTIVERS to tliis journal not receiving tlioir pa por regularly, will oblige by promptly communicating tlic fact to tho pro ' priotor, at tlio oflico of this paw. Published every Xhuffiday Morning. THURSDAY, AUG^T 24, 1882.

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Essapist. A NEW SYSTEM OF PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

: ./li'^^jB^il^f':^;' A NEW SYSTEM OF PHILOSOPHY. One of the most interesting and important books treating of tho nervous system of man is that entitled' Tho Brain and its Functions,' by J. Luys, Physician tothe Hospital Saltpe triere, Paris. A now and ingenious method of studying the anatomy of the brain was devised and used by Dr. Luys, and through it he has been enabled to make many very important discoveries as to the histology of that organ, After hardening the brain by appropriate reagents, it was divided into thin horizontal sections, and each section was photographed. Vertical sections from before, behind, and others from side to side were then made, and the experimenter thus had before him exact pictures of every region of tho human brain. The microscope was thon brought to bear upon theso sections, from which many detail? of an atomy whioh havo hitherto eluded examina tion havo been ascertained. In the more min ute^ research into tho histology of partioular regions, sectio...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Is England Becoming Sober? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Is jSatg-Iniid ISeeoniBnig- SoBnee? It is not ten years ago since we drank our selves out of the financial difficulties in which we were involved by the Grenova Award. Compared with the difficulties accruing from the exploits of tho late administration in the Sea of Marmora, in Afghanistan, and in Zululand, the bill for the depredations of tho Alabama was a mere Nfieabite ; but, although the need is greater, xfrere 'has been no recourses' to the old remedy. So far from drinking ourselves out of our difficulties we have actually diminished our potations as our difficulties increased, until nt last, with an additional war expenditure of three millions a year, tho revenue from alcohol has actually fallen off by two and a half millions sterling per annum. Mr. Gladstono has stated the fact, and attributed it to tho 'gradual extension of saving habits among the pooplo.' But is this the ultimate case? Is n passion for thrift driving out the passion for drink, or is the development of the h...

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BRIC-A-BRAC. TWO PLANTATION SONGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

BEIC-A-BBAC. ' TWO PLANTATION 8ONOB. These characteristic and amusing songs are published in the last numbor of tho Century Magazino. Tho editor says : — [If those who havo heard, in concerts or else where, tho vocal gymnastics known as the ' Swiss Warble',' can imagine tho volumo as well as tho melody of that porformanco increased a thousand-fold, they will bo able to form sorao idea of the thrilling effect of tho italicized halloo m tho refrain stanzas of tho 'Hog-Feeder's Song,' herewith appended. Harbert, a hog-feeder on the Turner Planta tion, in Putnam County, Georgia, could make every inflection of his voico heard at a distance of three miles, but this was not even considered remarkable in a region whoro the dusky captain of the oorn-pilo was in tho habit of lifting his right hand 'to his car, antT conveying a moat musioal invitation to the hands on plantations five miles away.] . hoo-fekduk's song. Oh, riso up, my Indies ! Lisson unter 'me I Qieoop .'—Gvjoop I *Oec-wooj- !—G...

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Unpaid Magistracy. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Unpaid Mngis&racy. 'I arose from my table, null wentto tho Temple Court, nncl tlioro lit the Solicitor-General's chambers wo Tvero sworn Justices or the Peace of Middlesex, Essex, Kent, and Bouth nmpton: with much honour I did find mvself mijhtily pleased, thoush lam wholly ignorant of tho duties of a Justico of tlio Pawo.' The forogping'sentenco was written in Sep tember in 1660, and is quoted by the Daily Tclcarwpli (London) of the 3rd June last in an article upon the subject of;' the unpaid magistracy ; and, whilst the article to some extent contradicts tho almost universal notion that the unpaid magistracy as a body never give general satisfaction, it admits and is inclined to depore the fact that ' they are ? not always trustworty in dealing with certain ?case of offenders.' Still it predicts that there is a better time coming, and in sub stantiation of thisentertainedideatb-oiournal alluded to quotos from a speech made by Lord Derby at Liverpool. Ho (Lord Dorby) though...

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JOSH BILLINGS TO THE GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

V JOBII HILLINGS TO- TItK OIIILS Deaii girls, are you in search for a husband? That is a pumper, and you aro not requested , to say yes out loud, but are expekted tew throw yure eyes down on to tho earth as tho you was lookin for,a pin, and reply to the intorro- gatory with a kind of draulin Bigh. Not tow press so tender a theme until it bo kums a thorn in the flesh, wo will presume, to . avoid argument, that you are on tho look out for.somothing in tho malo line. Lot mo givo ? you' some small chunks of advico how to Bpot , your future husband. , 1.- Tho man who is jellus of ovory littlo at tonshun which you get from somo other feller, you will find after you are married to him ho . loves .himself more than ho does you; and ' what yu mistook for solissitude yuwill.dis cover has ohanged to indifference. Jellusy isn't a heart diseze ; it is a liver komplaint. , i '2.i A ;mustash is not indispensiblo ; it is onlyaiittlo moro hair, and is much liko moss and; other excrcssences — often d...

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humour. THE TRUTH ABOUT IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

j Ifoumour. T THK T11UTII A11OUT IT. . :' ; : A siionr time ago wo called upon a certain v : party and asked him why ho did not advor- f; ; tise. ? ' ' ??-:'?/;:'? ?';?:'-?. ' Oh,' ho answered, 'what's tho uso? No- ' ;^ body will over see it.' . . v .?..'- ' You're mistakon,' said we. ' Every paga ' -; ;; of our paper is read.' . '.;-;^ .;.'.? 'Nonsense,' ho replied. 'Even if peoplo :;:?:-: did read my advertisements, pooplo \would , -',:; - never think of it again. I don't want .16 ad- ;;V;. vortise. . \ ??;/;::f'-;. 'But—' ?-'..?{??{?'i-ft^-i ' No buts at all. I don't want to advqrtiso, A'.:-: ; . and don't bother mo .any moro. 'I'm1 b'Hsy.'N,i., ? And ho walked back into his store and strang- \ ; : led a poor little fly that was liolping itself ry-V.','. from a barrel of BUgar. -. ' :; . 1 ., !. Time passed,' and wo never again intimated .',' advertisement to him, though mooting him -.x daily. Yesterday tho gentleman called at our sanctum, looking a littlo uncertain as to how ';....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

i, Minima AgE-ie-'nsEiWEytl Atv-oeiation. |/ \ NNTJAL PLOUOlJi/fG ArATOUES vill XJl tuko placoju jy Acni'o T«J^T?irlilock, :. ' Gorrinpong, on^l/WlWlTW^TfMl S13P TESIBER, NESfl^- / V ' Particulars in fut/ne/ssuo ? JAMM SOMEnVITjLii, - . . / Pecioliry. ? : ? : ? . ? P ,: Mod-ice Att Q^wcaea'. ^/ I TTMIEItE is now u nmn'? at Wollomia, a Eod I J. BULLOOWv tAanldfaco, branded EG b on off rump. ~^\\\-- ^eino^od, it will bo mi ? pounded. 1 E S. ROWE, H 4^ Wollomia ™ a»nS-n-i; UflcctSuK it 53 i uu--,]itoii (Cfeel-.| A PUBLIC MEEj ING will bo hold in tho Court-Houso, Broughton Crook, on MONDAY, 28th«n- u*, at 7 30 p in , to (ako ' into oonsidoratio/ tl v ljast moins of locogmsmg J thoSorvicos of TfL )f MOCK, Esq , m connec K tion with tho' Co ipeiat^o Company. Tho M publio aro invited to ittond. ? JOHN OKAY, * Mayor. The GreenMIls Saw BffilL# P rf^HE undersigned deques to/ lntim ito to tho JL ? -Public of Shoiilln\cn, and tho ^otith Coast * Districts, that hafi nyjioctpd fiho no\\ STL YM SA...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. Below we give general quotations. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

CuMfiasmea'Cja! Ehilt.'S'ljgfejsiie. «E»eB'3liive C'oijaij.iiijj (&ij5iEte-3). SYDNEY MmUvIJ PjtlCL.3 Bolow tvo give gonoial quot itions £ t A X s d Butler, host, ]wr lb 0 1 10 to 0 2 0 Ditto, seconds ditto 0 10,, 019 1'arou, ditto ? 0 0 8,, 0 0 S] Dilio houvy arid rough 0 0 5,, 007 C1mip=o, poi- lb . . 0 0 0, 0010 1'igs ? Olo 0 „ 2 10 0 Oilves, ouch ... 000,, 1 ,~- 0 lliilos ? 0 10 0 „ 15 0 CilMciiis, each. .. 0 10 ,, 0 10 Tnllow, por ton . 'SO 0 0 „ 12 0 0 Mnizo.porbushcl.duU 0 0 0,, 052 Wheat, per bushol 0 5 h ,, 0 0 6 Barloy, (Englibh) 0 10 „ 0 u d Ditto, ((Jape) ditto 0 j 0 „ 0 10 Oats, ditto ? 0 3 « ,, 0 i -) Tluj (oaten) pox1 ton 0 0 0,, 900 Dilto(lucprno)ditto 7 0 0,, 0 0 o Potatoes ditto ... 1 o 0 ,, 550 Fowls, por pair . 0 10,, 050 DuckR, ditto ? 0 u G „ 0 0 0 Geco, ditto ? 0 0 0 ,, 0 S ( Turkeys, ditto ... 08 0 „ 016 0 Eggs, por dozen . 0 1 i „ 0 1 1 Commercial Stoics, Susiox-streot, Sydnov, August 22, 1SS2.

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Department of mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

BBISCEHiliAWEOUS. The Department of mines. Mnv Habhie Wood, tbo Undor-Socrotary for Minos, has issuod his annual roport for 1881, ?which is a most satisfactory documont as regards details rospocting ovory branch of tho industry at tho head or noxt to tho hoad of which stands Mr. Wood. Tho results of last year's mining show an incroaso on tho valuo of gold raised in 18S0 hy £395,317, tho valuo of gold jaised in 1881 boing 140,627oz, valued at £124,969 boing an incroaso of 31,020oz on tho gold raised in showing a docroaso for 1881 of £8852. Tho valuo of coal raisodin 1SS1 was £G03,428, boing an incroaso on tho output of 18S0 of 309,011 tons, but loss in valuo by'£l2,OS8. Quantity of shalo raised in 1S81, 27,894 tons, valued at £40,784, being an incroaso on that raised tho proceeding yoar by 8693 tons but loss in valuo by £3796. Tho quantity of tin raised was 8200 tons, valuo £724,003, boing an increaso of 2041 tons of tho valuo in favour of this year of £232,666, so that our tin indus...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Allil'HAOI'fil IIom nuo mid IX]iondi1uio of I }in ATuiik i]ifl J)i lint 0 1 Xomiii foi tho ^lunuipil hall -- I ended .lli,t July, 1882 Ilv] \m 1 £ s, d ToBalanco 1 ... 231 17 1 Licenses 1 ? 10 0 liocioition and Clirimon 112 18 10 School ot Ails antiLibiaiy. . 17, 1 9 EndoMinonts ? 1 . . ... 100 19 0 Rates A . . '78 ' 9 2 Contubutiona 1, ? ' 2 2 ° 1 ' X'010^8 7 EXM-JNniTUnE. t , i By Woilcs I 207 10 0 Law Costs I . . 2 2 0 Incidontils I . . 2 ,! i School ot Arts and I/biaiy 0 11 U S llanos .1 1(3 0 0 Roi loalion and Ccirlnon JO 1 - 0 Punting I- I j 1 ') 8 Valuation Iff 880 Contial Shoalha/or/ / 10 'o 0 Voiry Soltlomoift If 8 10 0 Cash in hand ,1 9 9 11 Bilunco in Bank I .. 27.J 11 1 I £010 8 7 I coilify the foiogonl!; to bo conoct, and to correspond with tho UooKs and Vouchois oi othoi JJoraiuaiits in tl o possobsion oi powoi of tho Municipal Couno of Nowia J GREEN, Mayoi Wo coitifj that 11 a Books of Account and Vouchois, oi othoi D- 'urnonts in suppoi t thoi o- of, m tho possession...

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I Prize Not the Flower. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

?;1 E'r5ae RI«£ -I»e Flower. I i'iiuk lint tho Honor, In it* bounty liriBliMiinins, Vor in lcnvci nil uiiilinllM, its mloma M) f.u'r ; As its ui ini'-on lips liicutliiiii;, at i;%ciun.,-'s declining, Tho micclcht of iKloinn, tho rirliOMtaiicl imi-. lE'cn UniH lovely voinnn, in bcmity cmlcnring, i Tlio' faiirat .mil loraliiMt, ntxiliiK the uyc; Thy \irtiio.Hiin(l(fr:icu Ihosuttl e\ei- chcciniir, Shol fniBninio, wlion nil her Wd hemty ilolh ilia. ir. 3lt; Nowni.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

jsnnscjESBjDjASfusaDCfei. . A TEltium,E tradgoily bus tukon placo nonr SI. Lconaid's, -North Sboro, wheio a wrelcbod wommn hnving murdorod — so it is prosumod — her husband committed suicido by bunging hor.solf. The* old talo again, llio losull of habitual intoiiiporanco. At tho Cninpbolltown Quarter Sessions on Thursday, ]5dwnrd .Tato who was committed from Moss Vulo for trial for sticking tip tbo mail conoli nonr liouortsou wns lined ill), tlio jury nppuiontly viowiug tho mutter mom in Ibo light of a practical joko tlinn n soi-ious ofi'onco. Tiik ^Filial Times of lust Suturday, says : — Mr. W. ftixon. of Bogu, drovo two horses in his buggy ? from Boga to Bombula, a distance of 30 inilus including nino milos of a mountain, in four hours and a half. Tho journey wns dono for a wager of £101), tho tiino spocifiod was fivo hours. The Latest Bptouii.— Tho publicnns sny that Mr. John Davios, O.M.G., only rosisnod tbo bench for tho moio important ollico of Post maslor-Gonoval. It is impos...

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