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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 28 May 1914

Marriage. McCALLUM-TAIT.-On the 21st May, 21st, at the Manse, Hamilton, by the Rev. J. A. Barber, Charles George, son of Mr and Mrs C. McCallum, Caster- ton, to Thurza, second daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Tait, "Sunny Hills," Casterton.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Crossed the Bar. Mrs Eliza Guthridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 28 May 1914

' Crossed the Bo*. Mrs Elizn a uthridtge. o Yet sinor6the fthe earlcy pioneerof t the district passed away at her residence i near.Fdenhope on Tuesday night, in the person of Mrs Eliza Guthridge (wife of Mr:llirlardGnthridge, Eden hope), who Swas 7:1 years of age, and had lived for 018 years in various parts of this district, long the western border from Portland to Edenhope. oMrs GOuthridge, then d Miss Eliza Pitts, came with her parents to Portland by the ship Severn in 1840, and was later on married to Mr Rlich, t ard Guthridge, who had for fellow passengers in the ship which brought him also to Portland. Messrs Riehard Lewis ("Rittle Downs"), Morris Edwards. and Chris. Lamborn (the well known tr rainers), and also the race horses Gro Patrick and Groraner. Mr Guithridge was for some time in the employ of the SMessrs Ieinty at. Portland, bint Intele took ni) farming pursuits, and with Mrs SGuthridlge moved ilrst to .Mount Gam. bier, then to Kononwootong, hack to ' Portland. then t...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

Casterton :Post ·Office. Maflliaro alnanastl anurn dunul 11wll Caial,a-inaa *-I'ontOilLan as uuadar: - jar;laay--Cliiua 1 in lnnaniad lra, dna. la anali ,;aial SL. dJ'uiaiaa laig: lldiiralin,-; - ::;: Aarnai-alnaa avra'g ainanrliagl aai8 ,aaadldlO Thani: alna O.lin SfaaiWa ~nlnnid,Sa!L,iinsl~ai Ar~a- l~ail~l S..a la.an, i i,'r*. l1,alllana.-12ll ..~i-ianniniI itsl~lll aa~iii I' ii;ll( allan a: alil n7r~.\\l~a 7,a nll ,aral, aI.Dulaa 'l~aaa, liiiiii.. .-la a· 'iaai 1IIII.,1II 7. l .a a Ilan el ail alU 12 i~lulnlaaI-Clnunl nvu ai. lananiI L aIi) -iii 1.1 ''la i Salliar a a.II i.a lanaI aaual \Y nl IanIIglan(JI, Uaaa,. lalaoia.la 1I'·i'niin/i.,aliiga 11*k liia. iLaaaiwy'a 71aa Wailn li\nariiipaa,,..'i,,..i.i Urullan anll,,.,liinii~l:\ a V.i aa,,I 11, I ,aal-·i-,c i,,alr In..J i;a.al .1. I~aaIaIa'.., i..i·laa-l·.a 1XII ·aIIIniaja*; I-tI7,,.a, iii ~I~ aaa(aaia Ind ii,. a11 a111. Vinal1 ,,ialO, ai.11 11 l) lllr· ii,,i halll: -Lila-a-· ahina aaa)aIaI ig·~ 1III Xlai1 il all,,,.: *iall aa7.i...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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A.N.A. Half-Yearly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

I lit P ident. Mr '. Miiitin, prusiilid it oilpeiit1g of tllhe half yoarl.y I letiuig of tlhe Ciistlrtoli I raiicll ii; the -'A.NA. HIllI on 'Tuesday. 19i.h; ilt. Mir W. .J. F? i'liot ( H olad Tl'libherorthie COs tertii Stlte eScioolbo tIhe Bniilarat Br ilth ".,lwuis introducoid -uiil welcoinued-. :' . I.lie fihllowving, i iotiiiinatod itait lirovious iuieetinig, were declaied eleutedt :i-Psidelt Mr "T. Full ; Vie -Presidlet, Mr J. -A. Sey ilnitur; 'troituslror. ?lr A. McDon uld ;'Sticretlry,; Mi II. M; M otia; SA.ssistittll.-Su '1tilry : iiind Press Corriispoindet, Mr dJ. Mllitlyre; Auditors, Messi'S HI. Allen and .1. D)ori6iird Couinniiteel . Mlessrs. . Edri'ili, W' \V. Liltle, .iilnd C. W. .' Parit ii .or. ::: ; , Tlh retiriag Presidentl hav.ing histullcd hIls sccessor, Mi Patra illor, uti re|itetit oif .Itho inicomintg President, instnaled .ll ue loteur otliceris. ' MANAG:.iN?? FUND. On iimotiou of Messrsi HS. Mc .Benn, seconnled by the ex-Presi dent; Mr F. Martin. it was ngroed...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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At the Council Table. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

At the Council Table. Notes and Uomnlments. With minutes and accountsdis posed of on the previous Tihurs day, and a light list of corres iondence items to be dealt with. Councillors were in. lin, d on Thursday last to take things easy, and there was more t'lan the usual amount of discourne arroes the table on irrelevant subjects that cropped ip from timne to time inl course of discussion on matters before the chair. The ordinary buosios se su'= mitred( that was disposed of as reported in last issue) did not pro yoke much discussion, President and Councillors, though they dill not fail to give careful attention to the varions items of corres pondence and to questions raised in the Engineer's report, having their minds evidently bent more directly on the important issues assotiated with the inspection of roads and explanations of meth ods made by the members of the Country Roads Boards during the . two previous days. The one subject of active con troversy was as to whether "Jersey" or...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

°-= ~ToMeetIheTIOUR.-1amnow pnttlvt "-p my '~W uo7 PAinU.nllfi)tt Uc 1 ouch.'&ahma1 and flonchiti Morerr (rib a £Jhcumh.L rud j)rnKoIut fluin.a a bottle in ot'Ieu. II. 9t, and Ur per bottle Carterten. -. .... . .= -------C--- _-- --- .. .. . ?,,,-' , " FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELL BEING. "NATURES O THE ORIGINAL PLEASANT AND LAXATIVE" QGENUINE A delightful liquid laxative, and the only true remedy for habitual constipation and the many ills resulting fromn a wenk or sluggish conditiol of the kidneys. liver, and bowels. I'leasant to the taste; anld prompt, gentle, and thorougl ini action. SolJ throughout A.tlnrllA i. two 3lc,. I 3 n,4 i,ii. UELIMVEVSE OFV ANhIyI I'tl "." ur ei.;lu~ y little uy; UyDid, wna thrree I lzave givun Will CIhu..uiorluhi a Cough ureedy;' soyars MnC. A' Paxtlo,' Little Cheuater Strout,, New I'urm., Q "I have eed UI fr iallmyi chlldrezi uand hIave ouvrer known w iit, iit) r u. y nynighs',oulr two lii.!'., In ,vk beren buad with croul, hut~t our, muiii *in dh...

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Merino Rifle Club. List of Trophies Donated. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

Merino Rifle CIu1b. Last of Trophies Donlltedl. There was come obsciurity in report surpplied of list of trophies donated to the lbnh for compotition during the coming season that was given ill' a previ on0 issue. 'Thie amendlcld list rlns a follow :-.. 1rr.1. McIntyre, "Lnggan," gives a twn-guinen trophy for a match, eai'h conmpetitor to he nominateld by a lady. and t r .I. Cameron. "I)orhanooi," a guinea trophy as. seconn prize in this match. Mr I). W. H trnek gives a guinea ntrophy In lie competed for by junior metmbiers of the clih, while Capt". t)wyee., Mlesrs e . .1. ,rlan, nnd .1..1. For donated each n guiinea trophy to he anlotted at diclre. tion of the Cnnommitte.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

oIeb ethe' fi.-Rl .e" now im , sý upt ta ew) sum O £, i EU Vagsh. Asthma, md be onehl I. Dare (worth sr Vemlmt and Draglasn Getnem " bottle) to Dotting. 1.. ie, and 8. per bo the ) Vuterton. YOU OCIANOT FEEL (oon WheanlOutdIpBUoI ri n ltE I order. D1R. '110 N' DR IE TABUIES *.iet what you sit. thereby ouring' the omen. of your imtigeetlon. Price, 116 .n4 SAB. A Ilolk HAMPTON LADY OUf)RID OF INFLUENZA IY DR. SIFRfL DON'S NEW DISCOVERY. "I had a moat severe attack of Influ enza," writes Mrs E. A. Hurley, Kent. street, Rockhampton., Q. "My hienl otthed, mly throat was very sore, inaking swallowing very painlal. I seemed to have pains in every part of my body. My lege were often so weak I had to lie down. This lasted for some time, al. though I was continually taking 'cureo which did me no good. One lday I chllanced to see an advertlsment it the Bulleltin' and sent for a battle ol Dr. Sheldon'a New Discovery. Two days' treatment made a great Improvement in me, so I kept taking It, feeli...

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Casterton Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

CR ateetOi: ni acin : Ig A cnmmittee meeting nf the Cnsterton Racing, Chlub twa -held at the 'Bridge Inn hotel ori Saitrday. Plresent :' lesair .r Ii Gill (Clhnirmann) Ir P. A. Deravrin, .. Clancy,..E. Little,. K. 3. Matheon.o \: iA. Peihlern. P. QPinnell, . t1. Senlt andl W. Stoek. A statemeit in connection withi the recent rare meeting was cllinmitted, and showed that the rereipts totalled £t?ftl 29 d., an increase of £50 compared withi 1013 figurea,!whieh is nerounted :for by the stnkes bring increased front £8n0 tan 2tf400. The estimated profit on themeet. ing is £140, which was considered very satisfarlory. Acenunts amounting to £'1 19,t5 3 werre passned for payment.

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Awful Shipping Catastrophe. Collision in the St. Lawrence. Over 1000 Lives Lost. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

A )I vf Shipping Catastrophe. ,ICollilon in the St. Law S - ence. O;' ver T000 Lives Lost. On Friday night. news reached Quebeo (Canada) that the steamship Empresi of Ireland (14,11 tong)' had collided with the Norwegian collier Storstad'(tl,0n3 tons) off Father Point on the tirer St. Lawrence (which is 26 miles wide at this point), andt that the vessel had disappeared, while it was estimated that 60O liven hald been lost. [IlY WIRE.] S Melbourne, This Day. The losis of the, Empress of Ireland in thest. Lawrence River was second only to that of the Titanic as. the greatest disaster in shipping annals. 1387 passengers and crew were on board, ut only total of 356 were saved. )lr. inga fog the Narweginn collier Storstad collided with the liner, and stripped plates from amidships to stern. The liner sank within ten minutes, and hun. dreds of passengers who were asleep at the time of the collision were drowned in their enhins. The vessel now lies of' Father Point, with tops of her funnel...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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ROVERS v. CLIFTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

1iorr]19 C LTUfION~i hLL: ['Ire trnn In 'rcprejirenent Ilela PM9i in their mnteh niit Clifon 1 il1 on r ¶ 1Ved nresn3 is in Inllhwfin -1. n It Brai. "E. RnSmith, Clayton;P. i Preree PIlenrind, N.'losier, GCiooper t1 Iom' lii Irnwm,, C. Cizthrmlge, It ¶tiirrrll., J?nrnrgnrniir -.1rl. Lnrro II'hmnn .hi. Inhe Clifton Ilihl teant is an fllown (1. and Ww. Gill, f , O'tlenra .1. Itm'ile.· Ln. Trftfl, A. .lrnkion; I?: (rilIs, A.- Clothie, .1. Tihhlre, D. Canney, C. Rim, W.hMiller, H. Patterson, P. Nonancki . ft. Ihi;lmranal. I. Diwoll, C. Carrie, M., Owen. Enner. grenees-NV .I'crni, I'. N'rleln:O. Itnsvis, C. .lefferies, J. lcLennonii

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Closer Settlement. Meeting at Dunrobin. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

S.Cliffeeu. 8e1ttlement. IMleetlnR'itl, Deiiroblis. A4.s uggested in letter from Mr f. .T. tI. Canphbell, M,L.A., to the Dunrobin tirncll Closer Hettlement .hAsneintion, a meeting iorvelned by the branch hlon. eo'y..Mt ,I, Ilart, wa? hehld at the DTin rohin School on Frihday night to select representatirve to voice the grievances of settlelct wti ri'setrrton lhaisse (1 in re lition to the titles to their holdingos. Mr A. .lcCalman, President. of the branrh. oreenpied the chair. M.r Jf. Ilart spoke on the siihject of '?potted titles, ' and aflirmned that imreticltly not nie of the I)nnlrohin set. tiers, and certainly. not one ini the room. knew when taking ipi their'bloeks of the "spot" on the title against which they romplninedt. . It. was unanimonslv agreed oan the Iotion of 3lesrs fnrt aid. Halnyward, that representatirve lie appointed to place the views of settlers before the Rlovyl Connlnltainn at Castertolt on T'uesdlay. lune tith, and that the represe?tllive tie .Mlers .1. Har...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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District Association. CASTERTON ROVERS v. MERINO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

C.1TsT '. atroX- Isow.R 9S . ?t?.I(l No TIis lmhni h. plarved ni Merinn on Sat. nurdaI, ato lhaed Ia ery large numbler of ilnteresteld speltaonrs. TIh l iiting team wia riegrdla d s probabilly the. strongest teanl engaged in" the. competitions, aund irrntlienlly cerlnin of winninl on thlis nr~esinon, ml lit e erTetnltinn was realinel. :` :lin the flirst quarter. withi lthe wind in Illleir farmvr,'lhe risilnor plt on 2 goals I lehinl. to 2 hehindh scoredl by the IPriners, In the seonnd quanrter, 'lhe lnoers im-. praved their lpoition. cdditin anolther gadol andl i behind In their score, while theiri nltoenl s added I1 hehinds ln'theirs, gnm 'indridtiali play being exhiblied on hath aide,. ' :ih; half-t.iie 'sore Ihin :lntl: Inovier 1,i (In lit .):~nrmcrirs, It pointis. SInlihe.nevsl qiartler.i ploy watn tmore evet, iile For.ters' hlenli playing hard to ri.tetiver lot groinll, iand the IRover no hi?ttgifrovsly nloponing. 'The visitors 'lill lielil lhe adnilnltge, pulling on R phnintI ...

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Rainfall Records. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

Rainfall Recordsp. Inieesting. particulars of -rainfall at Casterton during lirst tiye months of the prevent, and five previous years, as re corded at the ollirial gange by MIr E. F. Tuglres, are as under: 1101 1910 1911 19112 19"1:?,191 Jan. 53 tni 4t 25 42 57 TFel. .15 45 581 I:0n 100 19 March 229 527 127 1.18. 22 120 April 322 11 153 226 148 22:1 M 'ay 3190 :116 21 93 118 191 Total 10.18 11.24 11.14 .1.22 7.30 11.1 In 1909 there wai at frost oni March 2s. Rainfall during May of each of the sir years referred to was as follows:- 190f, 3691; 1910, 39in: 191l, 2491; 1912, 93O 1919, 178; 1914. 1811. The figtlren quoted show that for the five months to yesterday, the rainfall has this year been less than in any of the previous five years, and the ~Ma rainfall below that of any others for the month except 1912 and last year. Rainfall recorded hy Mr W. T). I)avis at "The Gums," Carapook, raln to 1.71 in. for May. ending yesterday, as against 9.09 in, in the corresponding month last year...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

ASSOCIAT IO. Nnrlth NlelhuIn ur .1 IN [ent WllIinanmltnw .9Isendnn 9,8 heat_.Prhran- I-- - ----N BNrunewick I7.14 hent halnwthrn 8.11 Port lInihnorno 10.131 hent Btrighton 5 14 Fnntueray I1(.0 heat. North'nte 3.2

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Wedding Bells. Dunne—Black. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

Wedding Bells. Dunne -Blaek. The marriage of Mr William Croueh Dunne, eldest son of MCr and Mrs W. Dounne, BIallarat, to Miss Lilian fautle Black, second daughter of M"r and aMrs J. Binek, "Merton loutse," Cnsterlon, was celebrated at Scots Chureh, Caster. ton, on Wednesday last by the Rev. J. BDuhnn, Mierino, in the prescnte of n numerous conmpany of friends of the bride and bridegroom. t'ile interior of thle eturth hfd Ibeen Ienntiftlly ldeor. ated for the occasion, the dlecorations in. eluding n handsome floral wedding bell, and triue lover's knots worked out in white ribbon, while the initials of bride and bridegroom were alshown respeotirely on either side. The blrideuinnidl wat Miss. Snsal Black, sister of the bride, and the best man, Mril.: If -Measy. The bride was.-hnudsomely 'gowned in ivory merv silk. bodice trimmed with ninon and Irish crochet lnoe, :the skirt with elegant train, and slie wore- the customary bridal reil with wreath.-of orange blossoms. The bridesmaid wore...

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Football. Melbourne Matches. MELBOURNE, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

MITIBOrRN E. Snatrdany. \tatrhewo played' "today ,rpe;:ted ai rollira-; ~lf? Inr~:i~lsl I lo~zroy 6.-I I.eat floang 4 ' South Melbourne h5.1. ent EnseiIozi 5.10 -Rinhniond 16 lt.15 haul Iiniversity 5.6 SI. Kilda 12.19 bent. t'ollingwood 5t14 tarltt'n tRt.I t beat Nfltbeeirna 5.9

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

I;ALE E JB ROS. There's None of the k Spider & Fly Business about Us TheWei none of the "any-lle-to-getye.la " pelley with me, and tre'Is none of the "JollyIlad.to-get.out " foteele with roe. .N I ease you come in you're sorry tI go out and leave so many ot.. "geed Ihings behind you. And there'i always something frmher ,hre than the freshest elsewhere. And our preset figure ane aaple to alil ln the "At of LOW Prilag I You -may talk iabout other Motor Cycles, Yom maIIy argue front L I ornililg till Night, c'T-Uthoere's NO BETTER Motor Cycle titan Malee Bros' - pecial Three and a Half H.P. NOTE Mr Harold J.Tackson's overland ride to Central Queens land from Casterton, on this particular make of Motor Cycle. ' his long ride has brought out to view the good qualities in Motor, which speaks volumes for Motor and Rider, of Motors. M Idlee Bros' SPECIAL Motor, fitted with Precision or Jap Engines, £57 10s. Depot, Henty St., Casterton. Public Apology. HAROLD RFTCHFORD, CHEItI[[ST, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

Orient Line = Of Royal , Mall Steamers. F:or London, via Adelaide, Freomntlte (W.A.), Colombo (for India). Egypt, Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. t4:u.n,.rr: 7'un e. .llwarn,'. .\,lhchar . Otriahl 8,130 May 27 lMay 20 Otway 12.077 June Ju June 12 'OOtranto 12,124 June 24 June 26 Osterlcy 12,120 July 8 July 10 And fortnightly thereafter. e Th teutbers of the Orient Line are '.. -,.? Ftte~ ltth all m.oderuwnd Up.tu.dute ap-. `7^Y .ibplli0,?s' for .the :lafety and comfort of "' - .-'paseeger.en Passengers are carried .in ailllaees. Thirdclaea acconmmodation: -Sleeping rooms, dining rooms, deck acconrmnodation, and cuisine a aspecialty. Itound-the-World Rates, via Canadih, United Statei, Japan or Squth Africa, quoted ori application. Pleasuro pr business trips on the coast (to Freniantle, Adelaide, Sydney, or Brie. bane) quoted on application. .The Local Agents wilt aupply circular. of ftirther information on application. Paaaage from any port may be prepaid tihere ' . L. DOWDE...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

Merino. Arrangements for the Merino Pastoral. and Agricultural Show, to he held in De. ': emberr, are progressing well. A deputa lion waited on the Public Park Trustees last week asking that certain structures to he provided for this show, might he left standing for lse at later shows in the same line. 'The Trustees readily fell in with requIest of the Show Committee; and granted leave for the structures. stich as .pes, yards, sheids, etc. to re. main standing, provided they were not in the way ff other events likely to take place il the Park lach as sports, rifle shloot ia, ete. MFr W. Aishetl, of this town, who had the mlisfort ineto loose a leg some years bark, has proved himself n -man of conn siderahle energy. When the misfortnne overlook him he had but slender means and a large family to support. His case. seemed desperate indeed, hut "never say die" wasn his motto, and with the als. sistouie of a goodl managing wife,he de- ' termined to put hisi shoulder to the wheel. With th...

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