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Wheat aud Maize in Argentina. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Wheat and Maize iii Argen tina. . Argentina produces enormous quantities /o£ wheat and maize, as well as frozen meat, butter, and many otlior articles, in which she comes into competition with Australia The fact or har harvest coming just about the turns timo ae ouva makes tnia competition of D as cis direct character than would otherwise . ta .Vhe C£.Gd. Pcth countries are south of I: ? «: liae. Both ha?e immenBa resources, and ? sri&er t»i6 ysfc hail: developed. With the ijllov/ing ouv 2oad©EB an opportunity . C2 ecnpr.rhig tea two countries, we have con i' iiu iafcfc'eii&iag and exhaustive article TZrxs'ei/ published in tho ' London Times,' C? 'T^icL tlio foilcmng is part : — Lite': ^uocoujion of bad seasons and a Icn^-eouiiuued fight againafe the ravages of faezzuz, tiiis ya^i? Lus brought to Argentina p bafcpov lia?V9a'«, vmaafc, maiae, and linsasd rJl ylalduig gLov6 fcha p;rei'&g o in quantity T~ id quito eq?:&i ia quality to -&o c vop o...

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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

Progress Committee. TKo usual fortnightly meeting of tho Progress Committeo was held in' the Council Chambers, on Monday night, there being present: — Messrs. .W. P. Mitchell (in the chair), J. Poole, A. Wilkins, J. Collins, A. E. Hose, and J. Irving. There were also in attendance Messrs. 3?. Collins (Suntop and Ponto Union), and W. Stephenson and J. Philipson (Maryvale Union;. The payment of 7s Gd to Mr. Murphy was passed. THE SPARROW PEST. Mr. T. Collins (Suntop and Ponto Union), at tho invitation of the Committee, brought forward some matters 'in which his Union sought for tho coopera tion of tho Wellington Committee. The first was in reference to the sparrow pest, Mr. Collins explain ing that tho idea was to give tho question full publicity and bring it under the notice of tho mem bor for tho district. Mr. J. Pool'o moved — ' That in view of tho claim ing increase of the English sparrow in this district, and tho inevitable enormous loss to fruitgrowers, furmors, and othor produc...

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Fate of the First Silk Hat [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 21 September 1899

I Pate of the Silk Hat Inventors rarely get boomed to the extent that Mr. John Hetnerington did, wheu he somewhat boldly introduced the first silk hat to the public. Ke was implored by hig family not to vaature from the house iu hit new hat. He disregarded this advice, and ? the result ie to ha found in the followino report from a contemporary newspaper:— ' John Eetheriagton, haberdasher, of the Strand, was nrcaignad befora the Lord May or yesterday on a charge of breach of thg peace and inciting to riot, aad wab required to gi?3 bonds in the suai of £500. It was in evidence ths,t Mr. Hetherington, who is T7©11 connected, appeared upon the publio highway wearing upon hiB head what he called a silk hat (which was offered in evi dence), a tall structure having a shiny l'cptre, and calculated to frighten timid people. . 'Tho officers of the Crown stated that e37eval women fainted at the unusual sight, while children Bcfeained, dogs yelped, and a . young son of Cordwainer Thomas, who wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

COLEMANK^UCALYPTE EXTRACT.. ?—???'?? The purest Euoalypto on earth. Lord CorrinRton's friond in Infiuekza. ??' . Tho world's remody for chest complaints. ,1 '- Tho ' cold' cure of Earl Jersey's. 'But note well Eucalypti not EuoulypW. are Sole Agents in New South Wales and Queensland for Band & ©rchestfral By BOOSEY and CO., London; ' By BESSON and CO., London ; By COUESNON and CO., Paris. i PHLING & e©. have the Largest and Best Stock of Wind, String, and other Musical Instruments in Australia. LOWEST PRICES. EASY TERMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUES. fpP^pffl^HfeB (® Violins, Flutes, ? 3&$k§!$S£k fi Banjos, Mandolin*1 V»j^i\^^^^'''^wlHi Strings for every ^S^SSBK^: PIAN0S ^ a' the'-' |.:' ^^^^^^^^^^ \q Leading Makers. STEINWAY, BRINSMEAD, LIPP, FEURICH, VICTOR, && : 0RGHNS by ESTEY and CO. from £7. _ limited. SYDNEY. To Farmers and Producers, W~P 'VTTT'tf^ltrT^T T wh0 has carried on his GENERAL COMMISSION ??-*-? -'-»--*- ? ?- V^XX Hi LJ±J9 BUSINESS nex...

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THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

THE STORYTELLER. A BITTER PENITENCE. CH APTEK XII.— ('Continued /- ? IE you eay this merely because I have Annoyed you by expressing a wish that you should leave here,' ho was beginning, when ehe cut him ahorr. 'I do not. I say it because I feel the truth of every word I utter. I should Jjave xeit it just the same if you had not made me angry by your effort to coerce my will, which I acknowledge that you did,' Bhe add ed frankly, ? although I might not have been brave enough to say eo without that provocation. But I am glad — very glad — that it is said, and that it is over !' 'Are you in earnest?' he asked coldly, after a short pause. ' I am quite in earnest.' 'You Bay in so many words, that you deliberately break our engagement ?' ' Yee,' answered the girl, very quietly and firmly. 1 We are strangers, then, from this time?' 'Oh, no — not that! Not strangers, George. We need not be that because we are not lovers any longer. We may shake hands and be friends, although we say Good-by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Capstan biGABUTiES. — Capstan importod CiaAKBTTKS uro put up in both modiuin and mild strength, dro obtainable at all Tobacconista for 4d por packot of 10.* . The Government. has announcod that light rail' ways will be pushed forward in tho country. ? ' ' In every home whoreo'r you roam, 'Ti'b seen upon tlio shelf, A .'little friond to help and mond, ? 'lis made by Woods himaolf ; If lunge aro weak, the voico a squouk, Thon why, thoso ills- ondure, Whon at your hand a thing so grand, Tho Remedy, Poppormint Curo. _ TVT E W ? G 0 0 D S A *T IN SATOHBLL-S. ' Tho Old Muro's Foal ' (Nut Gould's latest sport ing novel), 2/- ; postod, 2/4. ' Rough JuBticc.'— Mies Bruddon— 2/- ; posted, BM ' History of tho Kelly Gung' (illustrated), ' 1/3 ; posted, 1/4. . . 'Dymook's Guido to Sydney '-(with maps, &c.)i: . ?,''?'.. : 1/- ; poatod, 1/4. . . '-'' Minnigroy ' . \ Smith's popular. 'Woman and Her Mastei '' '; Novels ' Will andtho Way ' ( 1/3 caob, ' 'Tomptation' ) posted 1/0. : 'Consult t...

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Mutual Improvement Society [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Mutual Improvement Society Unfortunately '.hero was not u largo attonuanco of members at tho usual weekly mooting of this socioty on Friday ovoning. After waiting somo time, Mr. 'Irving took tho chair, and the minutos wore read and confirmed. A -hearty voto of welcomo to Mr. Bergman on his return from Sydnoy was proposed ' by Mr. Broom, seconded by Mr. Tait, and carried by uflolumution. Mr. Bergman foolingly responded, and exproesod tho dcop intorest ho had always taken in tho socioty. nnd gavo alittlo idea of. his oxporioncoB in the metropolis. Tho arrango montsforihe mock banquet on Octobor Ctlrwcro then discussed und a programme prepared. ' Local wants.' will bo discussed next Friday, nnd members, a'rp particularly requested to attond, so as to kcop tho society, in good working order until tho oud of tho y oar, wheu a rest will bo takon for throe months. ' ? _____^

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Maryvale. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Maryvale. (From our own oorraepondonfc.) ? The Baptist Church had a gala day on Wednes day last. The occasion was on all-day public picnic, contribution dinner at noon, a tea meeting at 5 p.m., and a concert oE saorod and secular music at 7.30 p.m. Tho whole ' affair, was a vory great success, and thoro was a lurgo attendance. A sketch of the day b ovonta is as follows '— A gonoral assouibly of the church congregation, and friends from Bodau gora, Maryvalo, Wellington, (Jeurio, Ponto, and Spicor's Oroek, in timo for tho picnic dinner at noon —at whioh about 90 to 100 sat down. Tlio tables wore laid in Mr. A. Habbard's big shed,- which was docorated with greenory and flowers for tho occasion. Tho spread was a splendid one, and was dono ample justico to. Tlio aftornoon was da voted to games amongjt tho young folk. Photos woro takon of Hie Hubbard family, of tho ontire group of picnio iors and of visitors from Bodangoru, by Mr. Wnnless of Bodangoru — tho arranging of the groups doiug h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Ladies' Drapery Establishment. . ?' 'MRS. J. CONNELLY . ., &?'' ' ' '/- (LATE OF THE BOYAL), BEOS to inform tho public fcbafc Bhe hau eecured the services of a FIRST-CLASS MILLINER, and that all orderB entrusted to her will bo executed in a Competent manner. Her ? . .. ? 1TE3'W'_ STOCK: O.F1 SIFZR/IJSFG- GOODS.. know in, including MUSLINS, SILKS, TRIMMINGS of all DESCRIPTIONS, and LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HATS, &cT, &c. ...-, .?,.'? everything- new and of the latest and most fashionable STYLES. Wanted. WANTED, A STRONG- GIRL as COOK and LATJNDRE33. Apply MRS. 0. H. BARTON, . . . ? Commercial Bank. Lost, LOST at PONTO a SMALL OHESNUT MARE, branded' fJ; WJiito face! ? Fiador will be re warded 10a by returning to ?.????.'?,. rev. isaao bugg, ? ' O/o.'Mr. Joshua, Bodangora. ~ To Bee-Keepers, IJORSALB, Ohoop. botweon 30 and 40 EMPTY - ' 10-FRAWED HIVES, (Red Wood), nearly new ? also REVERSIBLE EXTRACTOR, LARGE HONEY TANK, HONE? TINS (60 lbs) in cases, and Sundries. ...

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Telegraphic News SYDNEY, Monday 3 p.m. Latest Market Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Telegraphic News ?? ? «. — . — (From our own Correspondent);:'. : , .-.. ';-SxD^ETi\.Mft'naay^3 pViiS,' ?? ?' '. '? IiateB-fc iftarket Prices. ? — -Wheat', 2«lbd to 2i-Ud; ehiokwkeat, 2k5d^2i. 7d;- floiir,£6 10a to £7; inai?e 2s' 9*.j eUaff; f2il6 to£3 16s j oaten ha f, £2 15s t-p'jE4.103.. : ; -;^ s'1' Barton Condemns. '; 'Mr. Barton condemns, theprinoiplp of opposing Miiiistera whori offering themselves for re-olection after accepting portfolios. ' j j ?? ' 'The:Age'at Work; .. ? -. According to Mr. Hogue, a base Bcheme haB been fomented by the Melbourne 'Age ' to dethrone Mr; ,G. II. Reid, iu order that Victoria might claim the ;Fcderal Premiership for Sir Goorgo Turner. The S.S. Medic. /' Eight . Iho'usand^persons viaitod . tho «teamer 1 'Modio ' yesterday. She is the largest veasniever iuJAHBtralian waters. The Shipwreck Relief Sooiety., benefited to the extont of £la8. .'' Another Broken Shaft. , . ? :. The steamer Qliucus, from Newcastle, to Mel-- bourne, broke her shaft duri...

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Death of Mrs. F. G. Lowe. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Death of Sirs. F. G. Lowe, At V p.m. on l-ruliiy last passed away Uw Lowe, wifo of Mr. I'1, a. Lowo, of ' GiHinE. hall,' Spicers' Crook. The deceased lady Waa tho eldest daughter of Mr. R. T. B. Gadcn 0£ Apaloy. Clio had boon in precarious health for a long timo and had been confined to her bed for tho last aix months. About six weoks ugo bIio w»3 brought to town to bo under closor medical atten tion, and at first lived in Warne-streot, but lately at ' Grassmere,' Gisborno-streot. Hero sho w«. attendod by Drs. Linton, Barkor, and Du Moulin of Dubbo, all of whonrworo untiring in their caro of the doceased lady, and did all that medical skill could doviso, but of no avail, as tho ' grim reapor ' had soouroly wound his folds, and reaped his viotira at tho timo abovo stated. Tho primary eauso of Mrs. Lowo's doath was rheumatic fever; butthis had lately dogonoratod into a complication of diaoasos which for days past forbade any possibility of recovory. Her last hours wero spent with her ...

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Wellington Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. (Before Messrs. J. F. Makinson, P.M., and R. Porter, J. Aarons, and H. Nancarrow, J's.P.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Wellijtisjf on Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. (Boforo Mossrs. J. F. Makinson, P.M., and R. Porter, J. Aarons, and U. Nancarrow, J's.P;) UNSOUND MIND. Eliz^ Mnnro was brought up on suspicion of being of unsound mind. ... Sonior-SorgbantfChiplin doposod that on Wednes day lass Mr. Pyn'o ciimo lo him rogarding Mrs. Muuro, v/]\o was then in the hospital, llo went there with Dr. Rygato, who gave him a certificate (producod). Sho wns in conaequonco romoved to the gaol, olio appeared to him ni a veiy woak Btato, but in no Tay dangei'i-U*;,' oithor to horsolf or anyono else. Had sont for Dr. Linton, who had attonded her... Had oscortiiinod sho was being looked aftor by her futhor. Mrs. Norris had said atic ' was willing to look- after Mi's. Muuro iE tlio Court discharged her. ? ?'?? ???-.??' ?Dr. Edward Linton, acting Medical Government Officer, had seen Mrs. Munro, who was very weak and suiToring from want of proper nursing and at tention. -Sho answered questions quito rationally. Ho-...

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Suntop and Ponto Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Suntop and Ponto Farmers' Union. The monthly.meoting was held at Mr. S. Jackson's, .Ponto, on Septomber 10th. Mr. Brummell being absent, Mr. T. Collins was voted to tho chair. ' The minutos of last meeting wero adoptod. The secretary gave notico that ho wi»hod to re sign. Proposed by Mr. J. E; Hoaro, seconded by Mr. Waring, that the secretary bo asked to recon sider his .'resignation. Mr. J. Jackson said ho had fully considered it, and wished to resign. Propoa'ed by Mr. T. Culliiis, seconded by Mr. Waring, that the resignation bo accepted. And that a vote of thanks bo accorded to tho retiring secret-; ary.— Carried by acclamation. ' ' Proposed by Mr. T. Collius, seconded by Mr. W Jackson, that Mr. J. O'Brien bo elected accrctaryV^— Carried. .?..-.; ? ' - ' .?- Proposedby Mr. J. T. O'Brien, and se'condod by Mr. Wm. Puyno, that any ? money owing to there-, tiring seoretary be paid out of the'' funds of tho Union.— Carried. ?' ' ? .. Pioposod by Mr.'J. E.. Hoare, and secondod by Mr. Wm...

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Warden's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Warden's Court. Tho following applicatons, under tho Mining on Private Lands Act, for nuthoritp to enter, wore dealt with: — Gustavus Fitte, for 10 acres,- portion 15, parish Tenandra; authority granted for 3 months, compensation £3, ront£l. ? ' Walter A. Miller, 1 acre, portion 5, parish Mum bil. — Authority granted for 3 months, compensation £1, rent 5s.

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Coursing at Maryvale. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Coursiug at Mary vale. On Wednesday last Mr. W. F. Scophenson hold a coursing meeting on his grounds at Maryvalo. As this was the initiatory meeting, tho entrioa were not large, only nine dogs, being entored, and at the earnest solicitation. of tho othor competitors, Mr, Stephonson coursod his dog Rose, although ho had previously no intontion of entering, and he won tho first prize. There was no charge for admission, as tho promoter wished to popularizo tho sport in tho district. Thore was an attendance of over 100 pooplo, who thoroughly enjoyed thoir day's outing Mr. Rotton acted as judge, and his decisions garo evory satisfaction. Mr. J. R. Eelk acted capably as slippor, and Mr. W. Gardner as socretary. The following was tko result ;— . Sweopstako of 10a for oaoh dog; prizes— 50 per cent, for first; 25 per cent for 2nd; 12i per confc, for 3rd and 4th. ...'. . W. F. Stephenson's Rose ,., . ... 1 , E. Manning's (Dubbo) Daily Telograph 2 1 ?/? '.. ?J. Luko's Havenhand ... ... 3' '. H...

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Small Debts Court. David White v. Catherine Porton — balanco goods; sold,. 18s 6d. Paid into court. . David Whito v. W. Burrell — goods sold and caah lent, £2 2s. Paid into court. William T. Hesliu v. E. King — goods sold, 9s 9d. Verdict for amount and costs. William T. Heslin v. John Thomas — goods sold, 5s Gd. Verdict for amount aud costs. Willium T. Heslin v. James Blackham — goods sold, 5s Gd. Vordict for amount and costs. William G. Roinhard v.T. A. 8impson and Hervoy — balanco of dishonored choque, £5 17s. Verdict for amount and costs. . -.?????? Stephen Mundy v. Georgo Hubbard — balance due on contract work, £10 17a 9d — £1 15s 9d pnid into court. Adjourned till 20th Novombor. Timothy Sayer v. Dutfield — balance duo for rent of waggon, £16 10s. No appearance, Btruck out.

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Rip Van Winkle. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

Rip Tan Winkle. The largest audience seen in a public hall in Wel lington for two years assembled in the Protestant Hall on Thursday night to hear Miss Emma Wan genheim and tho Princess Comic Opera Company, in Planquotte's romantio opera ' Rip Van Winkle.' Standing room only was tho notico that cheered, tlio heart of the manager, and gavo encouragement to tlio nnvfnrmnrfl. Evfli-vhorlv wnn lmnnv nnA flm audience appla'uded a'l the good pieces of the play. Tho story is an old one, and is ?' Struck Oil ' set to operatic muaic. Rip Van Winkle is a Dutch American — anoer-do-iveol,marricd to Gretchon, and they have a child, Alice. Thero is a villain in tho play, a lawyer, who has a mortgage over Kip's pro perty, and is about to foreclo8o, wheu Kip suddenly prodiicea the money in French guineas, which ho has found in the mountains. Tho lawyer accuses him of boing a French spy, and attempts to havo him arrested, but ho escapes to thaCastkill moun tains, where ho falls asleop, aud has some ...

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A Juvenile Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

A Juvenile Dance. The night utter tho great Hospital Bull a danco for the special benefit of the juvenile section of the community was held in tho Band Hall. Tho Bame ladies who had undertaken the arrangements in connection with the big affair, again lent their sor vices, and worked just as hard for its succoss as they did for tho othor. The same gentlemon acted. as M s.C, and tho aamo ladies and gentlemen gave the music. Thero was an immense muster of children, and some of the little girls looked oxtremely pretty,* with their dear little faces and handsome dresses. Sorao wero in fancy coBtumo, but tho majority were in ' evening dress.' And didn't thoso children just make the supper ' sit up !' There was an immense quantity of eatables loft ever from the previous night, and these daintily laid out on tho table, formed an appetizing attraction that drew the childron like a .magnet. There was not so much left over this time. Thoro was a fair, sprinkling of elders, and these helped rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

JAMES HAYNES, M.P.S. (BY EXAM.) 1 * Chemist and Druggist, Whiles to inform fclio residents of Wellington and District that ho lias PURCHASED tho BUSINESS -„ vhich ho lias conducted for Ml. OHAS. RYGATE during tho past six yours ; and liopos by strict at tention to his patrons' wants lo merit a continuanco of tho aamo liberal support which he has hitherto boon accorded. _ SPECIAL ATTENTION will be' devoted to the dieponsing of Physicians' Prescriptions, and country orders will bo SECURELY PACKED and PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. Tho Pharmacy will also be kept opon on SUNDAYS . ' atid HOLIDAYS for tho conduct of business. Jiangs fjaiwts, M.P.S. (BY' EXAM.) MEDICAL, HAU, NANIMA ORESCENT, WELLINGTON NOT ICE. Mr. E; P. SOLOMON DENTIST,/ HAS KEDTTCED ALL DENIAL FEESI; thereby enabling intending pitients of limited means to have their teeth at tended to in 'Wellington,- instead of going to Sydney. 1 A written GUARANTEE gijggn if desired. Front Sept. x to Nov. i (only) Extractions Is, Specialist in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times — 25 September 1899

S.11. J-AWSON, |( Licensed Surveyor, (Specially Licensed nnder the Real Pro perty A«t. IS prepared to nndeit&V« }jab-di vision Surveys of all kinds; taking of levels, J;; Ac. Address, Wellington. ? tak mu»efoH ilHI mim * Sherriff & McCormick, B WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FAMILY BUTCHERS. Th: Lee Street, Wellington. 'Tattersail's Hot4 ' One of the nmt comfortable, woll.ventilatedfSnd convenient hotels in town, is Btill under the . proprietorihip or E.FLETCHER, WCTO tttkos every oaro to give his customers the best of everything, including EDIBLES, BT BEDS, DBINK,*&c. ? «„,_.,, fttl(i others from the country will Gni a f ??mSL HoS a MOST COMFORTABLE At PLACE to put up at and every satisfaction is _ ^^iQOODSTABLINa.ETO.- . £ 153 FLBTOHEB, .PROPRIETOR, : COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL, me WELLINGTON. . ^ ? ' , ? . inl A. WILKINS has taken the abovo Hotel, and will K« provide the best accommodation and tho boat brands of WineB, Spirits, and Beers at tho lowest rates. ant St...

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