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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 22 May 1891

Postal Information. U tils close at Zeehan for Uobart and I.aun ccstou every Monday, Wednesday, bud Satuc day, at 1 p.m. Mails close at Zeehan for Dundas every Tuesday and Friday at 1 1 a.m. Mails close «t Dundas for Zeelian every Wednesday aud Saturday at 12 noon. Mails or rite at Zeehan from Uobart, Laun ceston, and other places every Suuday, Tues day, anil Friday At 10 a.m. Mails for places beyond Tasinanh are made up aud despatched by the 6rst mail leaving for liobart or Launcestou. ' There is a delivery aL the Zeehan Poet Office every Sundar from 12 noon to 1 p.m.

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

? Business Notices. JMPOBTER OF MEECHANDISE, MINING EXPLOSIVES AND MINING REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION The Pioneer Merchant of the West Coast. PRICli LISTS FORWARDED UPON APPLICATION. Prices aud Quality will compare favourably with any housr ? in the colony. ? ~FERGUSOlvr~& CO, MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS, 70 COLLINS, AND 1U MURRAY STREETS, HOBART. SOLE AGENTS FOR, Uslicra Special Roscrvo, aud 0. V. G. Whisli)-. Boynl Uleu'd Wliisky, Cnse ami Jeroboams. Glen Dim (Own Special Ulcndi Case mid Bulk. I E.& J. Hurkc's Irish Whisky, Case & Bulk. do. Dublin Stout. HcGnu's Edinburgh Globe Ale, do. Bass & Co's No. 4 Ale in Hli.fc, \ lUids, Kilderkins, and Firkins. Aitkeu's Folkirk Life Belt Ale. BJMjuit Dubouciic itCo's Urandr, Cflscanf? Bulk. Jj.hs liobin's Brandy, Cnseaml Balk. OfBsy Forrcslei's Genuine Port Wiuca. Forrester's Sherries. I,e;noa Han's W. Indian Rum. Board's Old Tom JaniRica Rum, etc. Holbrook'sSnuces end Pickles. Watson & McGill's Toba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Notices THK 'tJAKISIA CiOLl) MINING COJIPAXY, NO LIABILITY. (To be Reuistehcd). Incorporate. 1 under the Mining C ?miiinics Act. 18*1. CAPITAL: J3:,30O, Wvi.li d into 7.-1,00(1 sbnr- s of Ids each, of which 2.5.O0O will be ismod ns fully pnid ii]i.ainl a5,fmO paid tip to L's C-1 per ehare lo llicir present owners. Tho b:iloi:ce o( 25,000 public fur subscription on the llJIowinRtonns: -Is 3d per share on npplk-iilioii, nnd la :id per share on itllulment. Qho Tfho'o of (he iiroce-ils, K ss pre liminary cxprnics, lo be |-hiccil to the croilit o£ lho Cjinpany. Directors to be appointed at fust meeting of the Company. TROSPECTUS. Tliis Compiiny is being formed for the purpose of working six ndj-iiuinj- (en ncru sections taken up nnd njiplicd fur untlci lease from the Crown for gold. The pinpcrly is sitnnled in tho .Sivn»c River -listiici, on the West O'ast of Tas mania, and was taken np on the ivcom inendaliiin of Mr S. Goetzcl, milling au I niMalluiEicnl engineer, late uf the Uoynl Saxo...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Corrcsitontfencc. From our readers we invite correspondence en matters of general interest, which we wil 1 whenever practicable, insert in this column. Correspondents are requested to write on one tide »t tbo paper only. With the opinions cxpresstd in this column we do' not identify enrselves. The writer's name in all instance-' molt accompany contributions, not necessarily for publication.

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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Concert. A concert ami ball, to augment the' fund for the Imildiulr of an hospital at Zeclian, (ook place on Friday evening at Willinui»' llull, ZccliRn. The pnrpoio for which it wob erganited, as well as the goad programmo put forth, deserved a . modi larger attcnauncc, but probably ths . pauci^v of numbers was duo to the fact that our fellow citizens had not recovered from ilic election exoiteuient of the day. To soy that tho programme wa- as shoiee as that of a fim-claaa city concert would . be saying too much, hut considering the many' disadvantages under which we live 02 the field, the performanoowiis deserving or praise, and under more favorable circumstances we feel aBBurcd that most of the ladies and gentlemen who took part in it, would acquit themselves, bo as to deserve the very hightst praise. Tlio hall, in it* present unlinished state, is not conduoive to good ringing, and this of itaelf was sufficient to spoil the effect of any one's voice. With all the drawbacks, howev...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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YE CHRONICLES OF ZEEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

YE CHRONICLES OF ZBRBAX, And lo 1 Acre gathered in the highway n number of the people of Zeehan, and hearlicn ! Kin Hid speaketh, and his words fell like the rippling waters of Jam Tin Creek, snd lie said unto Bil Legal, 'Yea, thou earnest to this elty, and humped your drum, but verily the delvers of silver and lead made unto son riches, and now you are a bloomln' aristocrat.' And Bil Legal spake and cried, ' Hay, I am of (lie people of your city, and beho'd I hsve asUke.,' And Holl Land sooutered, for Dil Le;5al was sore vend. And Dig 1)1 lifted np his voice and cried, ' Heaken yc of the tribe of Zeehan, where are ye now!' AndDroo Hooks jeeredliim,sajlBj[, 'In the Brad.' And Dig Blln the bitterness of his spirit replied, 'do to, thou scrippw and nipper.' And Brooks go toed, And Kin Hlri sailed in,' nnd piled Dig Bl goading him even to lifting from the roadway a pobble-and the tribe of Uaslettus tremblet for Dig BI might have slain their henchman but he ataysd his hand and cried, ' ...

Publication Title: Zeehan And Dundas Herald
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BLACKMAIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

BLACKMAIL. TO the eiiitoi-. Sir, — Having carefully pir.ised yoor able leader re ' Blaekmail,' and also the leaderette, which appeared in your last week's issue, I which you hate taken in regard to this matter. In dealing so promptly with this subject, you readers tout you folly deserve their support and confidence, a confidence wliich Is certainly not misplaced as long as your paper eo truly recognises its vocation. It is not my intention here to enlarge upon tho itatements of Messrs Evans nnd Coleman. nor eren to bask them up. They undoubtedly must Bland on their own merits ; but at tbe same time I trust they were not I made without the parties concerned having itboroueh legal proofs in their liands to see them successfully through a law ea«. 1 was not present when these statements were made, bat from what I can understand, they were very vague, and therefore cast a bad reflection 'on all surveyors connected with this district. However this may be, I am at a, lou to understand the...

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THE Zeehan & Dundas Herald. MONDAY, MAY 25, 1891. THE CUMBERLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

'For the aw Uifttlack* uftl&taoce ror Van wrong that BftfiAi Tatai»uc« for the fatnn 1b tbe dUUnet AM tia fart that wt ceo do.H MONDAY, MAY 25, 1891. THE CUMBERLAND ELEC TION. Foe the first time in the history of our annals we have passed through the fire of an election contest ; the battle has been fought and wou. Though defeated, ths electors of the West Coast have shown their deter mination to possess o. representative of the mining industry ; they claim the right to be in touch with a man having the knowledge of the require ments of a mineral field. The healthy excitement, and interest taken in the fight indicate vigor and tnnii hood ; it is a nood onion of the time to come.* Our district has bven practically disenfranchised) and the renson as signed by our member for neglecting to secure noUing booths at Kemine and Dundiis demands a belter ex tilanation than the one afforded. Mi ijrowii asserts that lvlieii here, before the oinl of last year, the people at Dmnlns only u...

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EUROPEAN CABLES. LONDON, May 20. THE MANAPOUR DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

European Cables. TBy SUBMAR1NK OABLE.] (iT.OM OUH OVfS CORRESPONPEST.) IjOKDOn, Alny 20. Tlin JMAXAl'OUll DISASTElt. At (he trial of 'Jie .Miinaiioiir I'lUlcif, rlmrgnl with rt-Mlimi, Ilio man nho spi'mvil Gi'ilnwood'K hut. roufersol, riii! lias Iweli pcntolK'oil to (loath. ANOTUHR VICTOI1U C1O3?. i.i. 111. Urniit li.m l.rai r.'LMiiiini'ii-loil for the Vicliiria Cimfs il.roiation tor his gnllaiit ilpfoncc :unl iilii^iiiit; repulse of iii'i-rivlitfliiiing iiii.wili.'W ot ivh-ls »t Thoual. 'TltUTH' AlldliFphlNOE C WALES. 'Iruili,' 1111 tln- highlit nmhuriu, rnntrailict.4 iu previous statement tlml ihe -Jii«'ii ),'.ive money to the Prince of Wales. Suu-iucnt that Her Mnjesly takes «|i (iresent mortgage 011 ?Siunlriiig- liiini is also driiicil. T4SMANIAN FKUir. The liulk of ilic con-igiiiiieiit of Tns ln.aiii.iu iiji|iics by Ilic Mciiinrr'Orniux,' »ol.l from 8s to 10s prr cnte, n few rliaico ones realising limns. Napoleon j'pnrs sold nt 15s Oil per rasp. INFLUEN7.A. iW deaths lecurJed i...

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Zeehan Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Zeclian Hospital. The following letter, addressed to the chairman of tbe local committee, lias been banded to ui for publication : — rublio Works Office, Uobart. May 10. 1S01. Sir,— In reply to Jour letter of 30th lilt-., with reference to hospital at Zethan, I bej; to inform vou Mint if von will by return l-ost in dicate rongbl^ tbe accommodation required (i.e., number rn-I size of rooms) ami stvle of building proposed, tht Government Architect will yreuare a ,.!«„ for guidance of your com iniltee v.hi-n inviting tnnctcfu, which can be arranged for as soon ns contributions in hand or guarauteud amount lo lmlf (lie estimated cost. I have, etc, Ai.mr.il I-il.i.iNai-u, Minister of Lands and Works. Mr. li. 1'. Uvan-, Zeehan.

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Stock & Share Market. ZEEHAN STOCK EXCHANGE May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

iilock & Share Marltet. ZEF.HAN STOCK EXCHANGE Jfov S3. The Set rotary of tlie Zeeban Stock Ex cbange reports tbe following sales and quota tions on 'Change :-- Adelaldo Extended s 2s «d Bon Accord, s 45s liannercro^, b 2a Id, s 2a 2d Central llalilrup, b 2s Id, B 4a 3d, Bales 2-i-d Central Dundaa, s Ss 6d Maestrie's Broken Hill, b 21b, e 23s MaiHtrie'B Broken HUI No. 1, b Oil, s )? Melbourne Proprietary, a Cs 3d Meteor No. 1, b 2s Hd, a 2s 7d, sales £» 6d North Urubb, b la Till, « la «Jd Oceouti, b 7a 3d, e 7s 3Jd Fyrainid, b 2s 4d, » 2s (Id Savage Kiver, b ilO.siEll Queen, b £8 Ss, 8 £11 King, b £70, s £S5 Sacramento, o £7 2s Od Sylvester, s 7s 8d South Balstrup, b 2« H, s 2s 9d Evening. Adelaide Proprietary, b 7s Central Balstrup, b 2s Id, b 2b ii Melbourne Proprietary, b it 10d, a 6s Meteor No. I, b 2s lid, a 2s 10d, sties, 2s lOd Oceans, b 7b Bd, s 7s 7d, salef, Ji Od Savage ltiver, b±'10, b£10 10. Silver Queen Intended, b ]0i ad Byivefter, b Cs Od, s 7s 2d South Ualitr...

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

The Elections. The following are tbe completed returns as received by telegraph up to Saturday, Ci-Miimtt.A.vl). lirowu. Haslett. Kllendale ? 511 i Hamilton .. ... 2-i 11 Ouee ? i-9 3 Macouarle l'iains ... ' 20 3 Melton Mowbraj ... 8 5 Hotliwcll ... ... 53 11 ^trahau ... ... 3S 23 Zeehan ? M 224 Hob»rt ? 70 5 Total ? 437 267 Informal ... 14 Majority for Mr Brown 150 iiourii Hob.viit. Clark, lion . I, I. ? .^O Giblin, E. O. ... ... ... 4S2 Ilobson, II ? 428 Miles, K. T. ... ... ... 414 Messtt Ckrk and Gibliu elected. Wkst IIob*iit. Burgess, Hon W. II ? CG4 HidilleilonB,U. ... ... 516 Httgcrald, HouG. P ? 50) Messrs llurgcss and iiidJIestouo elected. NonTji Hoiiakt, Crisp, A. ... ... ... 714 St. Hill, Lieut-Col. W. U. ... 607 l'iesae, F. W ? 407 Cundy, \V. ... ... ... ais Gawne,U. U. ... ... ... 202 Messis Crisp and St Bill elected. Dillon, T, ... ... ... 873 MuglUton, H, B. ... ... 12:1 Jolitieoii, H. ? 31) Mr Dillon elected by a majority of 214. KlXCllIJltOLMill. Crowtlier, E. L., M...

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TASMANIA. HOBART, May 22. THE SANDY BAY TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

TASMANIA. iiir ELEcreic tbleskapxi (Fain Otn O«» Couispoisent). Uoiiur, May 22. IHB SANDY BAY TRM3BDY. Quamby, charged with the murder o£ Mrs Davidson at Sandy Uuy, has been further remanded. THE ELECTIONS. Excitement ran high to:day orer the _, elections. Business tras almost entirely suspended. The polling is osnected to be very heavy. During the day tbe utmost good litimor prevailed. May 23. AN EUS3TOK KILLED. A futnl accident occured at Evandale. When near DcddingtOD, two coach loada of voters were coming down a steep hill, when Hubert Coulsou slipped oil the back of the first coach, and bclore it wan pos sible to jpull up, tl.e wheels of the second passed orer him. lie was brought into Jivflii.JnJo for medical alteudaucc, but djed ?hoi-tly aficrwardt, EtECT/ON ITEMS, Mr K II, lturroivs hit eulcrcd a protest against Iha returu ol Mr J. Himilton, for Gienorchy, ou tlie ground of interference with the bnllot-lms. The oflicinl result of the eltctions was ?nade known to-day, when th...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Mixnri*. Messrs Fewcolake u I Tlmrniley reuort Iliul during tbc past week iliu Slock and Share Jlorket Jins continued ttcnilj-, nml large parcels in l he iu!loiving Mucks lnive changed huuds ut good |iricus : — AuBtruls, Occaunf, Central Jlilstrup, f-'civ 1'yrnmiii, Svlveeiere. bjiJ Westcrne. Good business lias also been douo u- Maesliiu's Uiokcii Hill. Banuercrosa, Fuuntleroys, Lord Dun das, South BuUlrups, Oouahs, West AdeluUc-B, Ai\c',»iJc Eitcufltd, and scvcml of Hit; Email priced stocks. Tlie enquiry lor Mian und Dundai Trams is siill maintained. 'ilic viosp:clore of tho Gnritu G.M. Compauy and n notice in reference to the Zedjsn Truuway Companj appmr else where.

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Intercolonial Cables. VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 21. CRAIGBURN WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Intercolonial Cables. [BY SUBMARINE CABLK] [lllOJI ODR 8W.N COimKBrOKDKKT.] VICTORIA. Mui.nounKE, Mur-21. CttiTQBaUN WllEQlv. This enquiry into the wreck of the Ciniguuni was continued to day. William Wilson, mastar ot the brig Kaglc, denied that liis vessel hod caused the Graigbun. to drug her anchor. There wns »a straiu on Uio hawser \vheu it J broke. During n parley lutweon him s=lf and Captain Korr, tho witnons said lu w.iuld like to hang the captain up by Uif heels, because he refused to allow the men to get the vessel out of danger. Meuiouune, May 22, SUSl'lOIOUS DHATH. Mrs Carlo*, n vridow, licensee of tho Railway Hi-to) nt Bnllen, died under suspicious circumstances, and in her dying depositions implicated a well known Melbuumc woman. CIUIGJIU1W WBEOK. The Cinighiirn inquiry was resumed U dnj-. Hubert Forbos, the second male, slato.i thai tlie captain did not iwsault tlw pilot, but merely placed his hands on the pilots shoulders, lie heard OapUin Kcrr give Iho order to Irt, ...

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[BY OUR SPECIAL MR. G. D. GIBSON.] ZEEHAN. THE AUSTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

|J3r Ovu Sfkoial, Uu Q. V. Gibson.; ZliEHAN. Tliero is no material chongeiu this mine since my last report. Tligtust crosteul off ili« soulli drive proves the lode to he 15ft nido in that direction, but it in doubt ful wlllitlllT tll6 tJU8 WCBtcm Wlltl llUB J«t becu found. SIrCrecr, the ne\Wj--/ippoinke mnnoger, lias nrrivcd,iind will tnko charge immci^mely. Mr Crecr avus formerly mnnngcr of the White Lend Proprietary ond other mines nl Drnkcn Hill, wlirre liuliolii n liiijh rppiifjition IHi: DESPATCH AND MI.VE11 gllERN SO. ]. These minuf, ncciiiiyiog «» '''oj1 -lo the lontmiiml imuiojlijlrly to Ilio nonh or the township, lmve lonji bin nlinoal doi niaul, but linviiii! roonntly become the pro |Crty nf ponclfill coill|lulliOT, tlio pre liminnrira for i:jK!itiitinj» penilniicnt workf me beins vigortMinly pushed nhrnil. Tho llcsnutcli, as everyone knows, woe pur ebred hy Mr Howes K-lly somo years ngo, anil' iloiiud us n priviilu compnny niimit Iho \ip);iiii\in«; «f ttie year. Tho Silve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Special Advertisements: (TrUIS ELECTORS OF CUMBER LAND. I wish to lender my very sincere and hearty thanks lo all those who voted ami worked for mo dnrinjr the late election. 1 have been defeat' il, it is tnw, but luivc to llinult my fikiuls mul supporters for giving me n good nmjoiiiy here, whore I n:n know'. The election is now over nml I hope there will be no ill feeling left behind, Vral that wo shall, one and all, both supporters and opponents, work together again for the advancement of the district and the good I hate the Jionoui to bo, ,1. M. HASLETT, nUMUERLASD KLECTION ALL CLAIMS against the HON. N. J. BROWN, in connection with Hie above Election, must be forwarded AT ONCE to ll-.e undersigned. A. L. BUTLER, Agsnt, Collins-street, Hobnrt. NOTICE. CUMBERLAND ELECTION. ALL LOCAL accounts against the Hon. Nicholas J. Brown's Committee are requested In be sent in before 8 p.m. tljis evening to the undersigned — CON. Hi*. CURTAIN, Cure Mulcahy's Hotel. Zschan. May B5lh. 1831. ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Conveyances TlAILY COACH nRTWKBK 1IKMINE -L' AND ZEKHAN. Conch Leaves Rctninc every TUESDAY. THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY, , Al 10 o'clock. « Ll-»VBS ZUEIIAS KVKIIY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FMDAY, At 10 o'clock. J1ROOKS AND FAULKIN'EK, Proprietors. * NDBKW BHOS. & KERR. Z1SEHAN AM) DUNDAS I, 1KB OF COACHES. s -r ? I.PAVE ZKE1IAN AT— 8-30 a.m. 2 p.m. T.MVI DtJXI.AI AT 10 a.m. 3.30 p.m. ZEEHAN LIVERY S1ABLF.S. p KENNEDY lirga to notify to Ilic Public Hint tic Iins opened a Lively ami liait Stable!) nnd liopcs liy strict nltinlion to business to mcriln fair shnrc of patronage All corain'.micalions promptly attended to. Orders received nt MULCAHY'S HOTEL, -* Commercinl Hotel. Zcclinn. Stock and Sharebrokers TASMAKIAN SILVER FIELDS. ADAMS and LAMB, STOCK AND SHAKEBItOKLRS, ZEEHAN AND DUNDAS Legal Managers, Mining and Commission Agents, Members Zecban and fiobart Stock Exchange. Sales of Properties negotiated. ?ROBINSON & P E A D Stock and Sliarcbrokcrs, Mining and General Commission ...

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Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

Postal Inform (i tion . Mails close at Zeclian for Hobnrt and l.iun cestou every Monday, WeducBdny, audSatur ^Sa'VcliS at Zeehsn for DunJaa every Tueidav aad Friday at 1 1 a.m. Mails dose nt Dnndas for Zeehan every Wednesday and Saturday at 12 noon. M»ilB arrive at Zecliiiu from Hobnrt, Laun cesti-ii. nud other places every Suuday, Tues day, «.'.i.l Friday at 111 a.m. jlaili for places beyond Tasmanu are made up and despatched by the Bret mail leaving for Hobart or Launccstou. There is a delivery al tue /tehan Post Oftice every Sunday from 12 noon to 1 p.m.

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SHIPPING. HOBART, May 23. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Zeehan and Dundas Herald — 25 May 1891

SKIPPING. IBV ELECTRIC TELEGHAl'H.] [?] Houaut, Moy 2-1. 0WI.BI. russonecrs :— ^nloon, Minos Sprini and » Hat. barn, Bletsrs Haf, lirolib, IliiraocB, \\A\amt, Lord, Mulalir, life, Tcnisirooil, Kourko, Cane, and 6 in aleenne.

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