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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

PORT FAIRY. Messrs J. B. Iloklon and Co. report having completed the sale privately of the property known as the " Moyne Mills," having an extensive frontage to Gipps street, Port Fairy, and the Moyne river, on account of Mr. T. R. Aslnvorth, of Mel bourne, the purchaser being Mr. James Humphries, of Port Fairy. Private W. Fabian, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, was a brother of Mrs Hucklebridge, and was well kn >wn in Port Fairy. At the time he enlisted he was working in Melbourne. Sympathy is extended to the relatives of a brave young man, who nobly gave his life for his King and country. The nuptials of Miss Laura Perry and Mr. Heath, of Sheep Hills, were cele brated to-day. Large quantities of rabbits have been dispatched this month from the local rail way station. The rodents were caught principally in the Orford and Macarthur districts.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

Racing Notes. Hy "Flcminnton." Bnokors about Melbourne hnvo r<>. eeiitly lii'oi! MMirinn consistently* from tlio bookmakers, who utmost to tt lnnn report losses. . l''»rl.unntoly tho nn^ ns a body iH"fin;iti<;ini" enough to sliunl n knock, unit only in ruro cases h'.ive its iiioiiilu-! s Iktii compelled to "nsk for t inio." ** A small minority is feeling the strain, lint. generally ns said, the (ibligntions of i-t>o "books" nro beini; mot fairly if not cheerfully. Tlio mini ivlio ran lose money and smile tin. while is a rarity, whether it ho njuom; punters or lnyerw. If may have boon noticed that, in tho last fow weeks the nvorngo of fnvor il«w to win over jumps has been lather high. Some barkers db not like tho iden of seeing (heir money "up in tliu air," hut. figures ran lie quoted to show Ilia I- hy sticking exclusively to jumping events, the puntor Iihh n hot tor olinneo against "(lie enemy" than tho man who prefers llat rates, ns a medium of investme...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR. TURKISH TRANSPORTS SUNK. Athens, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

THE WAR. -*- \ TUllKISH TRANSPORTS SUNK. Atlious, Thursday. A Nritisli submaritio on Wednesday borpmlooil mid sunk throo Turkish transports beyond Nagaia, in tho Dar danelles. Tim greater parti of tho troops and crow woro drownod. Two gunboats wore escorting tlio troopships, Gnlicin continues to bo tlio nrona of tremondously heavy fighting. Tlio Cicrnians arc making great) sacrifices to gain tlin advantago. In both Northern Franco nod West ern Flanders tlio British forces nro en gaged in buttles which should havo important results. According to a neutrnl, tlio damage inflicted by the Allios' iiivmou on ICnrts ruho was considornklo. It is reported limb tlio barracks and a munitions factory woro destroyed. As the campaign is prolonged (ho lighting on tho Ttalo-Austrian frontier grown uioro dcs>perntn. A Ivoiuo com munique says-"Tlio coiubas have been favorable to us along tho wtinlo of tlin frontier." An Austrian ollicinl bulletin snys-"The Italians havo boen repulsed evnrywhoro." ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

General Summary. The note issue has reached the forty million mark. Japan has a law to prohibit any one under 20 years smoking. Sixty-five per cent, of the British soldiers at the front are married. Monday next, June 21, will be the shortest day of the year. The next couple of months will be a trying time for dairymen. A million patients pass through the London hospitals every year. Woman first tempted man to eat, but he took to drink of his own accord. A nephew of Mr. Bonar Law has been killed in action.at the Dardanelles. The woik of undergrounding the Koroit telephone lines is now proceeding. One hundred years ago on Friday last, the battle of Waterloo was fought. An agitation has been launched in Ben digo in favor of " made in Bendigo" pro ducts. Soaking rains have fallen in the coastal agricultural districts of West Australia. Prospects are bright. The amount paid into the Penny Savings Bank from Nhill school since November 12, 1912, totals £250 8s 2d. The comet, which is now a...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Arbor Day. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

Arbor Day. Arbor Day will bo celebrated in Itoroib on Friday next, when tho Koroit) Borough Council, Friendly Societies' Ooimuitteo, r.nd schools, will combine in treo planting at tho lake bank. Representatives of these bodii'S have mob in conference, and arrange ments havo been made for a supply of both CreoB and seed?, and a pleasurable and profitable day is being looked fur ward to. Auotlier meeting of tho bodies named will be held on Thursday evening to arrange final details for tho following day's work. Most of Uih planting will bo done on that) portion of tho lako bank whero the pumping station is situated, liut in addition a number of trees and seeds will also be planted on the enclosures on the road side around tho top of tho lako bank. All interested aro cordially invited to bo present. As an outcomo of the recent confercnce between the council's representatives and tho K.U.F.S. it is probable that) a bed 111 the local Hardens will bo sot) aparb for tho grow ing of young tr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KOROIT v. WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

KOltOIT v. AVAKRNAMBOOL. Tho Warrnambool team visited Ivo roit lust Saturday to moeb the local players iu connection with the district cmnpotiuon, this Wing the second mooting of these clubs this season. In the Orst match Warrnambool woo rathor easily by live goala. The locals, however, turned the tables on their opponents this time by winning a strenuously fought out game by seven points. Thoro was a good attendance oF spectators. Koroiti winning the toss took advantage of the wind, and soon had Warrnambool's back lino in troublo, Lindsay scoring first point for Ivoroit. Burleigh marked the kick off, Bnd passed to Wilson, who took the ball to the othor end with a fine run, but (ailed to score. Some uico play by Dunne, Terrott, and MoVicar gave Kelly the lirab goal for Koroiti, the quarter ending-Koroiti 1.3, Warr nambool nil, Tho second quarter was marred by the players crowding the ball. Warrnambool missed some easy chances but succeeded in scoring 2.3 before thB halt-timp bell ra...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Ailamsnn, Streltlc and Co., 300 liourke Si., Melbourne, report (his week's pig market as follows: 1720 yarded. Stores.-Owing to the presence of a couple of country buyers prices were a little higher. Best bacon stores 30s to 395, seconds 24s to 27s, inferior 9s to 14s, suckers 4s to 7s. Porkers.-Very few prime pigs were penned, and competition was very keen at slightly better prices. Prime heavy 48s to 53s, extra nice quality to 59s, prime medium 38s to 44s, prime light 32s to 35s. Bacon pigs.-The yarding was an excep tionally small one, consisting mostly of good quality pigs. There was a good attendance of both town and country buyers, and consequently the market was very firm at late rates. Prime heavy 87s to 97s, extra choice £5 to £6, which price we obtained for a small pen of nice quality Yorkshire pigs, on account of Jas. Morgan, of Kuginnie. Prime medium 73s to 82s, prime light 63s to 68s, half fat and inferior from 52s. Backfatters--Very few penned, hea...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. .THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 0}V>RIENBROS. tvil Soil by Publlo JD Auction ou above date, wbon thoy will offer CATTLE. 5 choice Dairy Cows, guaranteed S ,, ,, ,, " 10 gootl Store Cows t?HEEP 20 prime Crossbred Ewes 40 crossbred Wcanera 100 croa3hrod Ewes, in lamb to Llucoln rams PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES. Spocial Buyer for strong, well'grown STORES in attendanco Warrnambool Corporation Vards. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23. 0? ORIEN BROS, will Soil by Public JL) Auctiou, at tho Corporation Yards, on the above date the following CATTLE: 40 prime crossbred Ewes ',£5 ,, Lambs SHEEP. 3 fat Cows, from Grasmere S store Cows 12 Heifers, years, nice dairy sort-a HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JUNE 22. IT AT & STORE PIGS. FRIDAY, 25th JUNE. CLEARING SALE oy HORSES, CATTLE, FARMING IMPLE MENTS, FURNITURE, AND SUNDRIES, AT WARWILLAH, HAWKESDALE. 0} ORIEN BROS, and HIGGINS, X> DENTKY & CO., Geelong, (Agents tu conjunction) have been instructed by Mr. T. A. 1NGPEN to Sell by Public A...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

LIE TP) Furniture- for the Cottage or the Mansion. Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of tlie superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, I/IEBIG STREET WAfiftMMBOOL TUVIBERI.IVIER. CHANT, HIGH STREET, INVITES INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OF fjfHardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates, Troughs, Pickets, Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect* Before Purchasing Elsewhere Sole Agent for Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. The Best-The Cheapest SEWING MACHINES ARE SOLD PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Long Guarantee. EASY TEBHS. Tutfd &ad Found THE BEST. la uie all over thi Commonwealth. BY A LOCAL FIRM. Thi Contort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor thrill any other machines >n the market, aad you can't wear them out. Ward Bros. WARD) BROS ,, 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne "Almost" Won't do. You want the...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Boroit Sentinel AND Tower Bill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 19. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

THE |v0t'oit Jvcntinri AND PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 10. Current Topics. At a meeting of the Koroit branch A.W.N.L. on Thursday, it was decided on account of other meetings to alter the date of the picture entertainment from Thursday, June 24, to Thursday, July I. The president (Mrs. Lindsay) reported that tickets for the various art unions were rapidly being disposed of, and these will be drawn during the evening. Mem bers of the K.U.F.S. have agreed to super vise the drawing and attend to other matters. A vote of thanks was passed to Mr. Rundell (ICoroit), and Mrs. Emery (Warrnainbool), for allowing the articles to be shown in their windows, thereby helping the sale of tickets. It was decided that the annual meeting of the branch be held on Thursday, July 15. A meeting of the Red Cross Society will be held on Thursday afternoon next in the Mechanics hall. At present the Society is in need of knitted sox, and will be glad of donations of same. Anyone unable to ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Belgian Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

Belgian Relief Fund. The treasurer of the above has been able, since the inauguration of the local fund, to forward to the "Argus" £150 from Koroit-at the rate of £50 per month since the appeal was made, and another £50 will be sent at the end of this month. The fund now stands as follows: Previously acknowledged ... £207. 1. 6 Collected by Mrs Nairn ...£ 2. 2. 0 " Miss Maggie Finnigan (Killarney) ... £2. 16 . 0 " Miss Muriel Gillick (Killarney) ...£ 2. 2 .0 " Miss B.O'Keefe (Crossley) £ 0. 19. 6     £215. 1 . 0

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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OUR HEROES. MEMORIAL SERVICE AT KOROIT. LANCE-CORPORAL TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 19 June 1915

OUR HEROES. MEMORIAL SERVICE AT KOROIT. LANCE-CORPORAL TAYLOR. On Sunday evening last a memorial service was held at S. Paul's church, Koroit in connection with the death of Lance Corporal Taylor, who died on 28th May from wounds received at the Dardanelles. The sympathy felt by the residents was shown by the fact that the church was quite full. Deceased had been a member of the town band, and the members expressed a desire to assist ill the service to the memory of their late comrade. Twelve bandsmen were present, and the Lance Corporal's favorite hymns were played, " Lead Kindly Light" being played for the opening voluntary, and " Onward Chris tian Soldiers" for the closing voluntary. During the service the Rev. C. J. T. Mar tin commented 011 the kindly action of the bandsmen, and at the conclusion the " Dead March in Saul" was played by the organist, the congregation standing the while. The rev. gentleman took his text from 15th chapter of St. John and 13th verse " Greater love h...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

PORT FAIRY. Rabbits arc plentiful at Toolong, it is pleasing to state. Rabbit pies and stewed rabbits are now to be found daily on the bill of fare of every resident about here. And there are plenty of rabbits left to send to the metropolis to supply those who cannot afford to purchase meat at present high prices. Trappers are making good money by the sale of the bunnies. It is expected that about 20 local young men will submit themselves next month in Melbourne for examination for enlistment in Australian Expeditionary forces. There has been a very high tide pre vailing here this week, the limit being reached on Thursday morning, when the water was well over the rails of tile rail way line in the local steamship company's yard. The rough weather this week stopped dredging work. The local hospital is fortunate in getting a cheap supply of firewood, the tender of Mr. Hockley, at 6s 3d a ton, having been accepted by the committee. The other tenderers wanted 7s Gd and 8s 6d per ton res...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. KIRKSTALL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

I DISTRICT NEWS. KIRKSTALl. Arbor Day was celebrated on Friday, 18th June, at the Kirkstall State School. The parents and friends assembled at 1.30 p.m., and a number of trees and shrubs were planted. A lengthy and varied pro gramme was then gone through by the children, Mr. Bcaslcy, chairman of the school committee, occupied the chair. The programme consisted of the follow ing items:-Address, head teacher (Mr. Hatters); song, " There's a Land," pupils; song, " Her Bright Smile haunts me still," 3 girls; acrostic, "Arbor Day/' 8 boys; song, " Tipperary," 5 boys; song, "The Vacant Chair," Flossie Taylor; song, " Our Jack is fond ot Shooting," pupils; recitation, "Ovir Gum Trees," Gwcn Bence ; song, " Ta-ta," Eva Dyson ; reci tation, "Arbor Day," a children; song, "Wattle Bloom," Flossie Taylor; song, " A Soldier was saying Good-bye," pupils; recitation, " After the Battle," Jane Gow ; song, "Hearts and Homes/' Cyril Irving; song, "I parted myhair in the middle," , Leith Bence; recita...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

.v' Racing Notes. Uy "Flcmind'on." Vnrlv in tlic week it wan lexrnnil wiffi I, tlmt Uxbriilgo hid liTor^MC «o groat. damage in 'l''8 o),| accident. As mentioned in a pro imiH letter, Uxbridge was kicked at post in the llurdlo Kace. Tho ,i)uni| t),ns inflicted bled so freoly that \lr j while srrions conscquences tvero (!..red but fortunately n closer exam trUion showH *h»t *hc inj»r7 WA» "'|y slight. linll'iMta, it turns out, atso ?f,i *«ti> trouble on Saturday by Mont ,',,f a hurdle, but in thin easo also no ?r*«t harm has apparently born dono. Win-n Tinto inndo such a bold trhow ,.r in Saturday's steeplechase, ho was n.'rflllv <-110*011 as a candidal like)/ , do well in tho Grand National. Later ,«velopments lmvc, however, put a Mfier iiin*t'rcnt onmploxion on tho nrat ,r. Tinto Hub since his roco bcon lio'win" distinct lameness, nnd tho w may it least bo considered doubt nl at time of writing. Jt wna hard (o get Tinto so far through his rcparnfion, only in striJro tr...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

Football. The socond meeting of tlio Wnrr nanibool tenuis takes placo this after nooo in the Friendly Societies Park, and tha result will bo awaited with intorest. Pod Fairy will be at home to Koroic, and should put up n good gauio. Koraii'a oomiuosta this season hnve mostly been won by a very small mar gin, and on Saturday at Warrnombool thoy defeated Artillery by two point?, after a close aud exciting game, Tute, who had resigned tho position of cen tral umpire, was asked to re consider his decision, aud ho agreed tn continue, and gave satisfaction to all parties. Koroit had the advantage of the wind in the opening term, and scored two goals (Orowo and IColly) and two be hiutla to the home team's four behinds. The second quarter was also of an ov«n ualure, and when the bell rang for tlio interval thu scores were-Koroit 13.i). Artillery 1.7. Koroit led by three points at the comineuceuieut of the final stage of the game, when a keuvy shower of raiu made it difficult. <° ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamsoti, Slicltle and Co., 300 Uourkc St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows .. 2,500 yarded-the total number ponned by ourselves being 776. Stores.-The competition of a COUD try buyor greatly assisted the sale, aud pi'ioes for good sores were as;ain higher. Beat bacon stores 32s to 40s, seconds 263 to 29s, iuferior ]0s to 15s, suckers .Is to 7s. Porkers.-There was a large at&cn dauce of ]tbo trade, aad every[peu was keenly competed for ab prices about 3s ahead of last week. Prima heavy 5Is to 56s, extra quality to 63a, prime medium 41a to 47s, prime light 35s to 38s. Bacouers.-Tho yarding was con siderably Iarser, but as one of the loading curora who has nob operated for tho past fortnight) again compated, prices held firm at last week's rates. Prime heavy 87a to 97s, extra choieo £5 to £5 18s, prima modium 73s to 83s, primo light G3s to 68s, half fat and inferior from 55s. Backfattera.-A moderate supply quality generally hotter. Dem...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Electrical Matters. CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

Electrical Matters. CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL. A special meeting of tlio Ivoroiti borough council was hold on Wednes day evening to consider recommenda tions by tlio lighting committeo. Thorn wero present-Tho Mayor (Cr. Downey), Crs. Siminnnds, Skilbcck, DulTus, M. Uourke, UICCSOD, Sloven son and Wilkinson, WACIKS APPLICATION. Mr. JF. Prior, assistant at tho power house, rcc'jntly applied lor an increase in pay. Tho lighting committeo do cided thab "they could not rcoommend tho council to increase tho wages. After tho reosons [for refusing tho np plication had beon statod, tlio council Adopted tlio recommendation, on the motiou of Gr. Wilkinson and the mayor. EXTENDING THE rOWER HOUSE. Tho committeo recommended that tho powor house be extended to provide a covering for tho fuel, and the con tractor (Mr. Robt. Paton) submitted a price (£11) for the work. Cr. Boitrlte moved, and Cr. Wilkinson seconded that'Mr. Paton'a ofl'er bo acceptcd, and that the action of lha commitlco in purchasing ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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PRIVATE C. R. BALDWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

PRIVATE C. R. BALDWIN. C. R. Baldwin, a native of Wnrrong, who enlisted in New South Wales, has been killed in Gallipoli. Mr. Baldwin was well-known in Koroit a few years back, having taken a leading part in cycling and other athletic contests. He is ii brother of Mr. Uany Baldwin, now of South Portland*

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 25th JUNE. (Before Mr. E. E. Williams, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 26 June 1915

Koroit Petty Sessions. FKIDAY, 25tli JUNE. (before Mr.-E. E. Williams, P.M.) Alfred Stephens and Frederick Emery wore charged wiih having used obscene language in a railway carriage betwoen Port 'Fairy and Koroit on 12th Juuc. Souior-Constablo Matthews said ho was in the train on tho duy named, whou ho heard tho languago used by the two dofoDdants. Arrestod them in tho carriage. Emery gave llio wrong name. Froderiok Emory said lie gavo tho wrong name bocauso ha thought it was a joke as ho had uovorsoon Senior-Con stablo Matthews. Souio of tho others wore grinning and winking, and he thought they were puttiugup a juke on him. Each was lined 20a. O'er ult tliuiu hiiug Iho shadow of a fear, A kuusc of. iniBery Ilia vieugo haunted, Which tjuid an plain at) whisper in tho oar, Willi " flu" he's haunted. But f will not repine a little bit Wooda' Peppermint C'nro is wanted. He took some-now Iiu'b well and lit, Thu " llu" avaunted.

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