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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

Ftr i?jngfcnd direct. a ^^fTnHl£ new British-built Barque, s 2SK JL 'Mari A.NN,'' James -Jack, Xewn^iider, burthen 45O'tt-ns, ^ ^ M^tTS! 1 has all hec cargo engaged, stie will sail early m g January. 9 ior passage apply to tae Master --W beard, or * ROBfcRT PEARSE^ \ Launceston Wharf, 10th Nov. , « FOR SYDNEY. t -£5SL» fllO S AIL, positively, in ten days, i SS£ A 'the good Bwg ^Majw ak» tt«ABETHi' John Aldridge, commander. For Freight or Passage apply to j -TrTOUUM-S. i ? LauQce6ton, Nov. 14, 1831. I ^_______ ii — *— ~' **'' »»^— i^ — j _ ? ' ? ' ? ? s ? ^ ? 1ft LET, j FOR a Term of ???- $W* ' &** newly- 1 finished *wo-stor^Bt^H?«se, well adapted for a Boarding Scniidl,6it«ate at .the *ngk of St. Joim and *att*r*m :**£***££, *-risrns «$teht eood-stepd rooms, oo- -'.w'lon fsSby^ft^ith a g^djtCeMar, Kitchen, Store Pantrv. and a 4-*Statt Stable. Mr Further Particulars apply to the Proprietor, J. H, it&lB&Y, Willie Street. , wm*»- »»- - ;,;?::;??-;-:??? ?-/-'^ ? ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

TR£ ADVERTISER, * Th^ Chuiich.— f herV is a fereat division of dpinioa' among the p'eople genera llyr as to the ptesfnt conBtitullonof'theChbrcW estatilishinent iPftRKland ; -cne ibinking it hi^y' j^icidus, thp trb^ti^lay be ; and consequently our position is, that a very radical reform in the Church is re» atils^ and indiBpemabl'eVor theweif^r^orthe titfiM. What the flft^ure of 'that refori. is, We $)mll*»pre8eBt!y »paint ont; in ihe meaD time, eni fttf blished Church of the realm— and mis is sup^ fNplra bf the nationaPfesonrces, In the shape of — liwt*oldte*UiatIii^^HwWMiWr*^^ sift* i^«S ; a iu fli vHj Js af e # Sr^riat&lJ pl-^ grekt inefi. l^is-siate of tttln^s gives rUe.iavi rf of thecharch eSt^Whment.^ It^m^e^m, alUbefinatiootdjbei^tedta the extent ofijwg iy one-yenlW of ;^t ^ey po§sess (wV.ch t^tiig titHei^jCfliirchi.rat^^&c. will be. pretty /Oea% more than one half the people are members. [It is decidedly objectionable for churchmen to meidri And, lastly, it i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

Colonial Secretary V Office, ; : -v-^j-u 1.-i:l.3iaic: «*.. j,.-^v. JMl)1)53-^ ? ;?:; fMlHE Lieutenant Goverorif to directed -Jfc^tiiat the Go venrarent Notice of the Is! of May, 1827, shattyAe re-published, and as all convicts under a|||m¥ent are ^nvariatly to be 1 suppled, wtth_ji ifffrraft 4-fl^P&%lg&1ing« so mM?t the ^t^«1^^iS?«ftri*v?iw«ffe guinea, be? n :€olttnia I Secretary's Officp^ l7 MUCH inconvenience having*!***** botb'tdtjie r«f the Government Notice, of btll^i25tli .Mahr, ? * l{i W^WtfltVfift^t^&^rfi^ WTOsNMI thfet it BtoifflW 1ndtfftT#HhW «!- 'WfiWtfWF «&«-&- contain a reference to softie respectable resident in Hobaft Town, who will receive the men or wo men on the clay of -'their assignment, pay for their Mfa awd WrWa/d'tiiem ' 3 ft hoot delay to the place of their destination. All applications which have already been mad** . tp ; the iJrHicipa| Superintend eat of convicts, must be renewed with the reference required. . By His...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

v TO LEt, FOR « Term of Years^ that newiy^_ finished two-story Brack-House, well attapted for a Boacdingr School, situate (it the angle «f St. Joitp «bj| ?Pa(|eitspB Streets, «om prisufcj -3ght giadj»Si3aitti^^iiii^^iaie^H|^ti-ii {s^mbyl8a^wnfc^go»d dry Cellar, Kitchen, §*°J£j Pantry ^and a 4-staJOtabje. . j^j^i— ^ r~^orftfrtiier Particulars apply ii- tlm Proprietor, William Street. tiowrVZ, 14531. ? ^O~SAWYfiRS, SPLITTERS, BARKERS, &c. I&ereby ^»eitiwiany 1 JP^soa or Persons against catting down or barking Tim ^Jker^grftziug ^cattle, or otherwise trespassing on 1 500 acres of Lang, on the Rant bank of the Tamar, bounded on* the North By 14-mile Bridge Creek, by a Graot to Holiday, and by a Grant to Spence ; on the West by Spring Bay ; and on the South and East by crown land. A. BEVER1DGE. Latinceston, Not. 30th. MEJEUNO SHEEP. FOB ^SALE, ^t JM*. -L_'B^ Th©inasV near Launces ton, TOUR RAMS and TWO EWES, o! first-rate Merinos, from one of ? the most approved flocks io...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

. WBtTTEN TO ft Lawvof Ltbel.— The laws of a nation are the only criterion by which we are enabled to form any correct judgment of the nature of its Govern ment, as nothing can be more clear, than, that which is good cannot be productive of evil; nor ea the other hand, can that which is evil ever be made to produce that which is good -. that is, in other words, a good Government cannot make bad laws, nor a corrupt administration salutary ?ooes, The troth of this may be more fully exem plified by the mere consideration of the different laws of various nations. In doing this, refer to — what part -of-ihe^wofld-W4*^Baay, it is Jnsariafaly, -found that the laws partake of the character oJ — the CoveratBent from^whicliihej emanate, and by which they are administered. Indeed, it can. not be otherwise^ since the one is, as it were, the Voice, or rather the character of the other. The British Laws, as a code, are as good, nay, proba bly superior to those of any nation extant; they have eman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

TheiBreaiHor the Troops and Hospital, to be made of wheaten floar, . from which 20 percent; haslieen extracted, and that for the Male or Fe male Prisoners, in or oat of Bai racks, ihe Gaol, &c.\ from which 12 percent* has been extracted aiTbran Or pollard ; andHthe r^roop's anjpseveral convict establishments in ttie Interior, to be sup ?? -- jpfierf, the former with flour from which 20 per cent, and the latter Frooi which Vt per cent, has ? Ije7in~^tracted~airbran^jr pollard. In the -event of any article being rejected, the contractor, wihVire iraid responsible jto ^replace' the £anie immedrately, the- Commissariat to have thte bpfion' JfrMitchasiag -and charging tLgainst i)im) such' supplies a6 he may neglect tb furfiish. - The Readers must specify distinctly in faords at - length, : tfae pride per' pbundroLtlLeljiieatj Bread, Flour, Stret, Lard, Vegetables, &c, and the Milk at so touch pe.rjdiiart, and must also men tion some person of known stability, who will en ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

Twenty -five Guineas ' Reward* WHEREAS a red-and-wbjte POLLED fiULLOCK, branded :T.B:.qpined togethe?)Toii~the hip, and generally Ttnown as ?working in harness in the cart of the undersigned in Laoncestou, was missed Jroin kTbje Long 'Plain,* between the Perth Road, and Norfolk Plains, on 4he morning of the 24th UJtinio, and there being^ good jeason to suppose the animal » as feloniously 4riv^n;attay for the purpose- of slaughter, A REWARD OF TWENT Y-ttVB GUINBAS Is hereby oJF«» red to any person $?ing sffch^nfor matipn as may 4**ad to theconticiSori of the offend ers.— Shitu Id ihe Bu liock have stray ed . a Reward of O^E GUINEA will be paid to any person in orm^ng the owner where he may be found. THEODORE BAHTLEY. XauDceston, Dec. 7th, 1831. » - * . i ? ?. ? ... . Public Pouwjdu East, Division, Norfolk Plains, Dec. 13, 1831. * -*'' . IMPOUNDED x - BIT Mr- R- 'ytpai-'M; Norfolk Plains, head.- 1 S^ifaFthighi ^ white stride on ihigh^ BT on hip, R -in a circle) on off thigh, and a bra...

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EXTRACTS FROM COBEETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

EXTRACTS FROM COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY. As to using barley in the making of Beer, I have given -it u full and fair trial twice over ; and -4' would not recommend it to neither rich nor poor. The barley produces strength, though no thing like, the malt j but the .fceer is flat, even though you use half malt and half barley; and iftat met Iks heavy oi» the stomacij, and of course, besides the bad taste is 'unwholesome. To pay Asl 6d. tax upon every bushel of our. own barley turned into malt, when the. barley itself is not worth 35. a bushel, is a horrid thing; but as long as the owners of tlie land shall be «o dastard lyas to suffer themservesHo be;thus idepriyed of their estates *o favour the slave-drivers and pluo derers of tne Bast Indies, we must submit to the thing, incomprehensible : tov foreigtiers, and even to ourselves, as the; sub mission may be. : With regard to hops the quality is very various. Atttmfes when some sell tor 5s. a pound, pthers sell for sixpence. Provided th...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

PJLLCE OF GRAIN. . LAUNCESTON. ^ - «. d ?»?? a. ? Wheat, ? 4:3 to 4:6 ~ ^Barley, ? 4*6 — 0:0 ' Oats,' ...'..... ::.'... 5:0 — 0:0 'flour, (best) percwt. 18s.— 'Ditto (seconds) 15s. Meal, 12s. :^er cwt 'v H0BA.RT TO WN, - Wheat, ? 5:6 r^Btttfey, ? ...? ? 5 _.: 0 X)m, TV it,...'.. ........... V s :''«????

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

MISCELLANEA. A Specimen of Don Miguel's Government.— On the 14th, Miguel took his departure for Mafray twenty-four miles from Lisbon, to prevent solici tations for pardon; It is said that the Duke of Cadaval, on his knees, implored him to pardon or even respite them. Miguel left the room in a violent passion,. and said thev should suffer at the time appointed (Wednesday.) During the night ^f^uesda^a^Wtfora^as^re^edvl^^ei^uare^ _ iiij the middle of which was a post, apd a seat for the unhappy men to sit upon. The stage or plat form was* nine feet high, and underneath was placed a large iron grate filled with wood, pitch, and car ' barrel^ and other combnstibiles, for burning: the bodies. Barly in the morning a large body of troops, both horse arid' foot, were march ed to line all the streets £nd -avenues leading to the place of execution, which was not the usual place, but the Casa Sodra, a smalt square sur rounded on three sides by respectable houses and shops, anid the fotfrth side...

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"FAULTS ON BOTH SIDES." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

'* FAULTS QN BOTH SIDESi' ?' When ati elderly gentleman begins to be a tvaddle, we oall him an 4*^old womanV intend ing at-y thing rather than ft compliment bjrtbo appe 11a if ea : yet, after all, oJd women are in wet f great repute among as} they are our oraicles^«r~ and their commonest »» sayings** ~Becdme. ple»fftf- ~~ bial, while the erudite orations of the Lords of the creation pass Into oblivion; I am an adoairer iftjflpjd. 'women, but I abominate tbf1i!^ajrlnftk Wtieti once an1 old weman has '* sai3 her sat,1 * th*agh she may iiave«&id it vulgarly, and flip* pandlyj and foolisbly, the .chances are that her sayintf ^wili be handed down 16 bef chiidren'fl children. * * * * 1 am ibo* rottfrhly convinced that! was an exceedingly nice child : this conviction, I must confess, is not grounded upon any tradUfondrx^necfetetl^n the contrary, every old acquaintance of the fa mil/ has some story to prove that 1 was ugly, mis* chfevous, and unmanageable; I was always breaking ever...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

LAUNCESTON ADTERTISER. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 14, 1831, We cannot pass a Notice which appears in another column, signed G. M. Stephen, and announcing a criminal session of the Supreme Court, at Launceston, on the 12th proximo, without expressing our regret that the said Court does not also sit for the trial of civil cases. We have repeatedly com- plained of the great insecurity of merchants here, in consequence of there being no per- son here duly authorised io issue writs, without the loss of time attendant on sending to Hobart Town ; and this evil is greatly increased by compelling suitors to attend in Hobart Town, for the trial of civil cases. An instance has lately occurred of a person suffering judgment to go against him by de fault, in an action which might, if defended, have been set aside, rather than iticur the expense and lo^s of time which would have attended a j ;j-raey to Hobart Town, with, the necessary witnesses. This is only one instanc- out of many that might be cited, but...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1831

For England direct* ^BprMlHE^newHBritish.bulIt Barque, ? 3BBCT* ^MBf -fryN^gafires Jack, (Commander, burden. 450 $qjib. As this vessel lias all her cargo engaged* she will sail early in January. . ? ' tfor passage apply iM th£ Waster on board, or : V ItQB&RT PEARSE. . Laanceston Wharf, 10th Nov. FORTloNDON^ DIRECT. fcjjggLOTIO SAIL from Lauoceston with JeSSe* M- all possible dispatch, the fine new British built ghip, Pjunc ess Augusta, SamueL|la,vH«ns, Commander, expected here frpin. pofeart fowRaboutthe 10th instant. ? Xs this ship ; has most of f her Cargo engaged, ^arly application is necessary. She has the best arcpmTnpdatipns^fQr^jisseBgeT^, aod carrifffl a, Surgeon. ? Apply to Captain Ha^kinb, on board, or to JUunceBton, -Dec. 1, 1831. NOTICE. ?JfeBL fllHE fiQ9 ifastr^lKng lirig JB[iN2), 3B&/L .:jL of 200 Uns burthen is expected to arrive -here 4M»65^nef about the 1st Janwtry *ext, and will without delay, after discharging tier inward Cargo, proceed from Launce...

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EXTRACTS FROM COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

[?] I You begin ^y filling th^j^j^r^wltftSriiteV^ andr ^^fWWaW^ft^^raSerWir Yo^o ihen pbt; iiTto f he. ^^sh1n% t^fe water sufficient to stir up alfd^^l^ («-(e matt in. 'But, how let me say mfe^e* pWtrcufaf ly wtjat tbis mashing tub is. It is Vbn^o^Vr j* to contain sixty^gaHons r 1 1 is to be a ' littKf' bfii»aJa«r rat top ^Jhan at bottom, and not jjoife sft^ae^^ as it is wide across the bottom. In the ^mirftHe Of the bottom there is a hole about two' inclies over, to draw the wort off through. '! Into this hole goes a stick a foot or two longer jlran the tub 'I* Mgti. This stick is to be about: inches tirp wards, at the end that goes into the whole, Which at last it fills dp closely as a cork, upon th'-§ bole? before any thing else be put iu to the tub^ you lay a little bundle of fine birch (heatfc oV straw may do) about half the bulk of a birch bfooin^nd well tied at both _h»nds..._Thlsj being laid ovef thV hole (to keep back the grains as tbe wort goes out) you put the tapered end...

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NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

V N^POliEON BUONAPARTE* ; J Extract of a Letter witten bjr.Booaparte a^ Oijb - ( periodof the exeputio; ^^^^oeartJ from a work soppmssed at th^iiBie or its appear teta£ ? This was, in the strongest &g&*mtli [he^term/ to erase lits^aiiie^pm ^?^$W* iS«SSjtv+ -What, Mere^Pr^g^m^MAs: ^Wte I may rtsk my owoj^ Malesherbps, J*^ ^U -iSSe, ,&ltnf«l and devoted . mM^; ^tedito^o*^^ fealou^eKertioiis,^ wSt^ar^ing^ylieM. :*$fi#fS&:M ^^l?t scenes ^japiU 4*WsH^fl^^ .( - ? * ? ~? i . *? ?whatever ITies'e revolutionary maniacs may say, a* yiiafetj^iifoi^^ ?i'r^ir ttii^^thiAia^^^e^sKefliwd,' tot ins. ♦own temerity ; and were he tiot*^mb*l^db5^ttt^j ekp\r« vnMi tips eji? 1\s rptUraflfo.f €»1ea^i^ju3 g^-Jy ofjlfi^lfil^^ ^t^s^ov were^boBtMten — -fefe^-ronounce onnire^a*e4-^tefeiffviftttoiifl Swrfe^ .:«P-I studio JftkU^^ -very-hearts. It was by the excess, theiispoftafnc^ wardl y^^fa^^^i^WT^i of ttteii tvictwn 4--«kftd * bec.nhsai^fil -M «PW9«^«yte if bis 11 e ad does not ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, DECEMBER 21st, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. — LAUNCESTON, DE6EMBER 21st, 1831. ARRIVED. On Monday, the schooner Prince Regent, Hassell, master, from Hobart Town, 29th Not. *' Same day the Brig Brilliant, from Hobart Town, with^a^^eraJ-Gar^Oi^ ? .-— ^ ? Yesterday, the schooner Friendship, from Hobart Town, with sundries. Remaining— Barques, Mary Anne and Surrey; brigs— Brenda-Bpd-Brillttmt^ schooners Farewell , ? — ~ Friendship, and ^.Prince _Hegent» . BGBART^OWN^EC!J71J83L___ ? ~7 . ARRIVED. On Sunday the Uth iiiBtant, the barque Platinft, - 305 tonSj Capt W. K. Wilson r from London, 80lb SxAyy ivith igienferal cftr|to bfJmefrchatidi7e. * Pdtln-' to the Cape of Good Ho\-e. and gailed 31«t October/ Passehfrers-^ Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ballalnd child, M^ttrrtM^^ Chaijman ancl^bild , Mr. W*rd, Mr. -Marshall. ^Mr» f ai^nirilsbnr;' Ittr. Gray, Mr; Bh6erott,^rr\-ifei^; )ttr« Canv Mi'. Vpjohn, Mr. Braham- Mr. Clarlu ? ' V. ' On Sunday the 11th instant, H. M. S. Sulphur, Capt. . Dance, from .-Swan Riv.er-^Ll...

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SUPREME COURT, HOBART TOWN, DEC. 13. FERREDAY v. O'CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

SUPREME COURT, HOBART TOWN* Dec. 13. ? .._ ? FEttBEOAY- ** O'CONWOR. ? _ ? ?_ TWs War ^aii attiofi of Tdamages for defamation of the plaintiffs 'character, in a charge bf^er-1 jur^^rotoji^t^lailistJiln3_by the defendant, the damages were laid at £5000* Counsel for the plaintiff, Mr. Solicitor General Stepht-n; for, the defendant, Mr. Gellibrand. V^rd jet— For »he plaintiff on the 1st, 3rd, 5th, and ^-ikcbtrnt6^da mages ^200 ; and ftlgo for the plaintiff, ^ii nhe'2nd^ith, -6th; and 8th counts, bmHte6 ^Opt^tsoob the^lOth and 1 Uh counts, i Wnliitr ^ -j^.. ?-?* ? ? -. ? . ? if' Mr, GeHibrand moved for anew trial on the l^t, 3rd,^th,^afld 7th counts, on the grouodl that the verdict was against evidence*

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

mOM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, Dec. 17, 1831. ? 'FREE— James Eaton. Asia 1. Dec. 14th. 1831. ?REMOVAL. — Mr. David Williams, from the situation of Division Constable.. TICK ETS-OF-LE A VE.— James Thayne, Asia 3. cancelled for im proper conduct .

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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. Sib,— I beg to be informed whether it is a regu lar proceeding to prevent Boats from unloading at the wharf, for no other 'reason than the Go irerhftient' water tauicHpefog-qfong-side. — The- licetised boat William brought up on Thursday last a load of Bark, and having hauled along side the wharf, was about to unload, when the w liar linger ana cons^auies lnienerea, auu wuuiu not allow it because of the Government tank. On remonstrance being made, it was alleged, that Mr.?K-n worthy the Inspector of Works had given orders to that effect. The Bark was, therefore, obliged to be taken to a private wharf, iroin wl^eiijce it will now have to be. carted to the MARY Ann, by which ye66el it will be exported, s to tlig great injuny (and inconvenience of tne pro prietors,. I think* you will agree with me, that throwing surh diflicui ties as this in the way of pesr&pns end tavDuring to increase the exports of the Colony ib highly injurious,li...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1831

P.IUCE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTOJf. s. d. 8. d. Wheat, .. ? . ? .. 4:3 to 4 : G Barley, ? 4*6 — 0:0 Oats, ? 5:0 — 0:0 Flour, (best) per cwf. 18s,— Ditto (seconds) 15s. Meal, 12s. per cwt. HOBART TOWN, . _„, «. d. Wheat, ....-,„...., ? 5 : 6 Barley, ? 5. : 0 Oats, i ? s : 0

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