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LOST & WON. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

LOSTi: 1TON;` -i ' '; . w pushed o6n .iith e utiaist vis'or,mnd ile:shifts of mlen relieved each other" it "intieals ofs f our hoursi, for tie water way hiavy the groind tr'ieal - rotii "'and' diýiigerouis,-. 1il the titilriii-was in constant diimand to bear the lie ty strain.: 'Two men were in the' facer-tat isat tlic end of a drii e- knocking doniv wvashdirt irei aratory to a niew st beintg pui in. . Harry wais on. th surf.ice.liaving. the .timber sent lown whitent the nite onhthepllat at the.buttom if the shafi called out in: ai oice:of:terror:- " The witer is stoppcd in the drive' .Thtire -something wrong.l -. A-; rapid.ly na hd coiul Wilid eas lioi'ered lowni,'andl snttchling *a candle .ani pick iuslied nio the, dark cavernous drive,'follbiwed by ilite A.\ioui..sixy feet froi tlihe shaft.: tle drive a%`' 'ilbckled entirely ipll by mnhass6s'f'erth'nmid crsltied timber, while t s uind of 'cracking nid'endinng shois'ed cit the at' iork of destruc ion wis still going on. Ie'hbilt d...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21ST. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

BOROUGH COUNCIL. VEDNESDAY, MAY 21ST. i?Present-The Ma.iyor, (D. Mitchell,) 'Crs Johnson, Truman, Cleghorn, Burrows, Cuming; and Stephen. * The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed.' ' CORRFSPONDENCE. Letters. outward were read and confirmed add the followiig inward received. From the Secretary of Lands, refusing to ,proclaimas r. troid the: land at the rear of 'Meisis. Blyth, Irvine and Binney's as it would encroach on the embankment and channelpro tecting aid draining the West Mlelbourne Swamp. ' From the,Department of Lands and Survey, ,calling attdntion' to the following regulation and: requesting that it be regularly complied with:- "The maiigers'of every common shall within one month after the termination of each yearpitblish'ini a newspaper circulating in the district wherein the common, is situated, a certified account of their receipts'and expendi Board.'" LReceived. , The:borough have no common under'their control.- : From James Foden, Paisley street, as...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LOOKOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

THE LOOKOUT: r.; ~-i ;I sis gr-itified'the:: other day ,with?i sight of:a rewird -for .proficiency,, in learning- that lihad: been presented by the Williamstorin Eiglit- Hours .?onir nmittee,' to the proud iwinner of i the First prize in the "fourthiclass;-ifter a severe educational,.ecxamination . ;The iaedl' Svass of sileri and :would not buiarden the: wearer by its H ight, 5lichf was `:just a quarter of an ounce;, It was nearly as; large as a half-ienny; and might be worth eighteen pence at most. The workmlninslip ;was is modest.as the boy who wentin for it. The engrav ing as suppiosed to represent a buiilding of the same styleofarchitectureas is'commonly drawn by?little bqys on their slates in school. To make it complete: all that is wanted now is the 'winner to have his name engraved .at'his oin 'cost, and to match the rest of the design it should be scratched in w\ithi a blunt nail :In future it-would be wisdoinfor boys to go in for second or some lower, num bered prizes,as an...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

R;OUNDTHE.WORLD;!i It A ob00TSCRAMA ily the ,qiidrantine re'ulations -:vhich were atil' n act in, we werenot allowed to land at Alexandria as we hla hioped to do, but wre aken on' to Port Saidl anid from.there would i?vie to tak a' sihll postal boat, iwhich starts t midnig] t through tlic canal la fir is Isiailia' ind thence by rail toCairo.; tj; i i .. - On. the, arr v r: ofoursteaner.a. sicll ipart 'ni on boird with a great flouriih of trumpets' o. grert Generial Gordron' Oras hb'was now alled Gordon Iasha. Amongst the party was SirhEirlyn iWood,i .very fiussy and very pom ious'-with his 'riast literalli covered, with nedals and orders, his tiailing" sword :anil Egyptian fez imal him look qilte Eastern. With him were- a greatimniiiymi e of lesser dJ'rec. :ordonditd 'not'seem to c're for-ther'fiss ,and tired after afew wods' with tihemlaving iis saile-dteeamAi-.to, receive all, the honors. There ' was 'a special 'ste:m : lau'nch: for our :hitrieseio ero,' :iid" the whole' p'ty :ste...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

?INSURANCE :: ICTORIA -INSURANGE COMPANY, V.LIM IT.. ?: .,flL:,?.CAPITAL E. r;o.oooo : ? uChaurman, HIvon HENRYi MILLER!1 FIRE, MARINE, LIFE; ald GUARANTEE _ t '; , } - .? -"`r .J O S E P IIH C O LL 'IE ,S ecreta y . k ? (7':i+ OLONIAL?MUTUALi FIRE INSUR - ":-ANCE COMPEANY'!(Limited): ? ,,'; !Pf",ROFITS DIVIDED ?WITIIiTlIOSE INSURED'i 42:11 8q Collin s steetwcst, Mclbournc...ci '.FIRE,'r.I MARINE;, ?JE.IDELITY: ANeD GUAIiANTEE I'NSURANCES ACCEPTEDiAT i.o: <,; eS .Ct T Isirii.RATES 0i1,REccMU.I Pinf a -os cactuses, ormis o -proposal,: anrid other ,5 i ' !iilinormnation to olobtaindd;from l .;. Ic BARy l l t .-;.. SAgent for F11otScray-and Willianstown . , H' E C-iE"COLONIf. UT2; UAIl LIFE T!" ' A?: ?SSURANCE"SOCrETY." L'.SrirEoim '`T UTUiAL TiE'ASSURinA CE ENDOW: 2 NTS ANNUITIES.' ; :rtr P; ,t' <:` PRINCIi'OFFIcE: ? ."- :86 COLLINS ST! WEST,' Melbourie OtiFCFS ii LI. ru[E' COLONIES..i T, ?^ The:tlon. Sir:J. CoowreGLong M InnLC-L.Ce , irhH.Si hoa 'h .L.LD, K.,CLG...

Publication Title: Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

S..:=:i pecial -Advertisements BURC. E TC HRY BUSUIN ESS :MR. GREENHAM? begsito notify that he has opened a BeRAeclt Slii?' in 'Austin Street; lelgavia,; and trusts to receive a acontinuance of: the, suppcrt which the~atblic hai?ve hitherto awarded him". Note the Address.-AUSTIN STBEET.: " OYAIt; iALL,.' BARKLY, STREET. The above building is now vacant onany evening rforLectures,: Tea : Mnetngs s-~:all<; Socials; eC. The Lodge Roomi" up stairs is alsao.obehad-.at..a veryreasonhablc-gure. SFaufirtihe iinformaiion apply to i MARK and Co., Ioyaf l ?ildings, Darkly Street: T.-n U- ".T . -UPABLIC.-. KN OW - rt, I SUPPLi::ED +: :' I 1. M E-NTS" ". -' " +R A D . r.. :..i,?? :y: -.p 5i·.;othing sh h: .yij nn~Ir~ A3;·1hvL.~UU _ Harcourt AND Williams, -. The Wholesale -Retal Drap~ers; ERROL STREET, NORTiI MELOURNE, S -CHAPEL STREET, I.PAIIiRAN.. SiCountry orders receive spcial attention. NIL DESPi R"ANDUM Mf'BAKERY, " PURE-HOME MADE BREAD. • .WM GUILLOCK Begs - to? announce '.that....

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Grand Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

Grand ' oncert. -Lovers of gobd music had a rare trcat on : onday evening at the concert givSen in the * Royal Hall, for the:purpoe qf 'irducing the' 'debt incurred in th e.'ection of St.'Joln's' :. C rch of Englaid Parsonage.' The front : seats were fu!l, buttBiee'were not aiiinin:the back, and it was evident thatuiitoward:circum stances interered with the attendance. Mr. Heathcote, organist at .t. ,Joh'i's Church, a-ctied as conductor, an'd .must be congratulated Son 'the excellence of his management, not a single hitch.occuring to mar the evening's en joyment. The 'hole of the ladiesiand gentle .. men whose names were oin theprogramme put i pn an apearance,and their efforts vere greatly appreciated by th'e audi~ece. - Messrs Heath Scote and-Nott acted ias: accompanists and ann oveiture on the piano " Caliph of Bagdad":by Sthese two gentlemeniwas.-admiraily executed;: SMiss Alice Holland sang a pretty song, new toi most of the company, entitled "'Tit for Tat," :" 'for which': she ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

: o? .:?i:- irres p n de nce. c i: 1V:t'lst invitini' coonoiiiationns nd free cisi ndion on' -al: quest ionofpubicintorest or utility the poprie tore, will neither tidntif3y" nor, hold th.tiohmss. S responsllle for t h:cinions c.prTe- .d' Tchi e ba. i, fdc?ddr.s. of thr Writer min?t he.scti`et iti e?ch Iett, as a gtraette ofrgoodisillih; 'htthh:.dlitor ' : r'` ill e-rcc.? "theriiglhif otp ikitec ouo e : i-oJctioii. - 'ble:oi persoeal -iiirencc flr?irhn ito the qestiIn it;,:, .'i .ifi' A. DENIAl.?,.% i;..""' ''? ' TO TIhF.E '?t.O1Iit-1t!ID. El'intal N Tr. 'rail thait mofo tmpd;ii l hicaly eit ileo rit Iwo thci c C rchi r n nraille r nf Ir har b oy r To alkihcout othii thihrd tn 1h report inith ue : Swid't Ip :'ilcorrect: The c?aoeeno andls ,' given by'Cr; Johnsint.in refGrencei to' Mr :Hts ýlie? e th itep ayors!o d he wasot wiiind ill "l -ion likecwise ,ich i' M'rli clk?ia h :.rJ then' cal I that it ,wdou? i ? 'not ie " lung "hefor : thierL c litOi he'i'cht.ance at 'Vairavilte, anioI...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The "Advertiser" and Truth. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

The "Advertiser" and Truth. The following letters, which explain themselves have been handed to us for publication.. We understand that many of: the siggnatuies tod the requisition were obtained on the distinct under standing that .~r. Scott had stated his intention of not again contesting the seat: My. ,e4x M4 . t . rrc.. =5 t It s publicly stated in the Adurrtiser of this.date, that you have signified your 'intention to oppose me, should I determino again to contest my seat oni the Board of Advice, .which beoomn vacant by effluxion of time in July nett, Is this so? I am, my dear Mr. Mitchell, Yours very truly, HENRY F.- SCOTT. D. Mitchell, Esq, Footscray, May 23/84. Mv DEAR MR. ScoU1 IIR Ftply to yppr letter of iq:day, asking if it is my intention to pppose you on the BgErd o' :yice. I have to say that, when interviewed ot' the subject, I deelined to op pose you, statipg that you had yourself on more th tq one occasion asked me to become a member of the Board, and having declined,...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY DON'T THE WOMEN PROPOSE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

"1'iO TIRle ElITOI" ObrIIE.ir r'DEI'ErNEfT-F S*iR,=I-Iii cretjyto A'if Marrying lan," I wnold like to inform hini thlat there are' many reasoi 'ivwhy tliedies i o, onot take :the mien's ireroatlive, and :propose, marrige. 'One of Sthem, i-T-i- t the 'igils nare afraid;to let thie rinh k lnonhalt thie have c'aegai: for any, particular die' of itheni,1tlie minajority of the, men heimn~. tieahni.ciough to try to take aio ,.onfai:iradvnta?c of 'tlteni::" A ther is-That . te... Icn i'idle the it i st to. l.ugh at a w6man if she ere to rbpo seI:, ; :: iSir, yi woouild lie. the fir st tio; if aoun 'laiy -werr umm womiin)-ycitiougi io tell'y'oun how' .?he:adored. you, etc: Therre iee n?iiy iw?nimsotihmmwould,' rather, be old maids than'tirust tIhir.w lfareiii the hand ito?theli nidvittiitc:rallling thiemselis? men ;.ats.??i res. all gopl gi r p ;t altike -iti :that respect, and I mamsursememen are fops , in regard to' thei drisst anid; t)ttik'qtite as much about: it. asthes.women-tlo.?rCHop...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed : : .. CORREsPONDENCE. From V.. Alexander, applying for permis sion to keep pigs for slaughtering purposes. The applicatipn was refuspd From Jqhn Copkbill applying for the con sent of the Local -Board olhealth on the 13th of June, being one month from date of letter, to the establishment of an Artificial Manure Manufactory oio land owned by him, situated in Kensington road. He also submitted plans, and stated that he had advertised for one month in two newspapers, viz., the Dally. Telegrap+h and the Footseray Indcfprnden. It was unanimously decided to grant the requiest. . REPORiTS. From Dr. J. Cjarkec Mortop, Health Officer --'f I hayr thb honor to report for the infdilsatiaii of the Rbard of ealnth that I have this 'eek wseen 'fur ceseii of~ typhohl fever, three in Footscriy and =one, in in arraville. Those in Fo?jCiray are of a veryj mild type. One very slight case of scarlet fever appeared in Dona...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDINARY BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

ORDINARY BUSINEsS. The Mayor stated that he had been reques ted to obtain an expression of opinion from the Council as to whether they would object to the road scrapings being carted away to some brick factories.-The Council were un animous in deciding not to grant such a request. Cr. Burrows moved that some box drains be put across the footpath along a portion of the Swamp road. At present there were open channels about one foot deep, which were extremely dangerous. Agreed to. The Mayor stated that: his attention had been called to Austin strcet, which, was channelled on, both sides, down which the water poured, but as there was no out-let it flooded and injured the adjoining properties. The Surveyor was instructed to visit the place.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, MAY 22ND Before Messrs, W. Mitchell and W. B. Bowley, J'sP, A STRANGE DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

THURSDAY, MAY 22ND. - Before, Messrs. W. Mitchell and 1V. B. Bowley, J.'sP. A STRANGE DECISION. James Hickey, landlord of the Railway Hotel, was charged with supplying drink to others than bond ?de travellers. Inspector Toohey informed the Bench that numerous complaints had been made about the Sunday trading carried on at the defend. ant's hotel, and one gentleman had sent in a complaint to the Chief Commissioner. Senior Constable Rodgers, of Emerald Hill had there. fore been sent to try and detect him, with a view of suppressing the evil. Senior Constable Rodgers deposed that on Sunday evening, about seven o'clock, ie entered the defendant's hotel, in company with Constable Warne They were both in plain clothes. In the bar parlour they saw ihree young men sitting round a table, with glasses an front of them, which had contained spirits. The bar was lit up, and a young girl was behind the counter. Hickey said he was very sorry, but he had instructed one of his bar. maids not to serv...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, MAY 19TH. Before Messrs. D. Mitchell (Mayor,) H. Morris, W. Mitchell, and D. Newell, J's.P. THREE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

Justice or. Peace Court. MONDAY, MAY Igr9T. Blefore Messrs. D. Mitchell (Mayor,) It. Morris, V. Mitchell, and D. Newell, J.'sP' TIREE CHARGES. James Scott, a powerfully built man, was charged with insulting behaviour, unlawful assault, and obscene language. It appeared from the evidence given that the man came into Mr. Ilickey's Railway Hotel and without the slightest provocation assaulted the landlord, and used most insulting and obscene language. Constable Rushford hadl to be sent for and it was with'great-ilificulty that the man was conveyed to the Footscray watch-house. He was fined los. or three days imprison ment on each charge." A NEItGIItlOS QUARRF.t, DMrs.' Poland summoned Mrs. Smith for using'abusive language to her. There was also a cross summons, Smith v. Poland. Mr. Gillott appeared for Mrs. Poland, and Mir. W. II. Roberts for Mrs. Smith. Mr. Poiand was the first witness called. lie deposed that on Monday the 12th he was standing with his wife near Mrs. Smith's fence, w...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pleasant Chats for Winter Evenings. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

Pleasant Chats for Winter       Evenings. Under this title the Rev. H. F. Scott has announced a series of conversational lectures, to be given in the St. John's Church, during the winter months. The first of the course was delivered on Monday evening, in the pre- sence of about 250 people. The subject of the lecture was "Dancing," and Mr. Scott dealt with it in a very free and open manner, of course we are unable to give his remarks 'in extenso', and therefore will confine ourselves to his most important statements. He said-- In addition to the boisterous, exhilarating, and ex- citing pleasures of the cricket field, the football match, and the racecourse, there are happily other sources for pleasurable gratification and elevating intellectual cultivation-- Music, with its ravishing ecstacies ; Mechanics' Institutes, with their elevating tendency; Mutual Im- provement Societies with -heir wide field of usefulness ; Debating Classes, with their e...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

BIRTH. ROBERTS.-At Cecil Street, Williamstown, on 19th inst, the wife of W. H. Roberts, Esq., Solicitor, of a son. Both doing well.  

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

TO-DAY'S MATCHES.   The members of the Footscray Football Club proceed to Taradale this morning by the early train to try conclusions with the' local club. ROSE OF FOOTSCRAY V. HOTHAM EXCEL- SIOR.-At Royal Park. The following will represent the Rose, who are requested to proceed by the 2.5 train.- Blyth, Brophy,   Carter, Dunn, Frazer, Grant, Holland, Keegan, M'Mahon, M'Phee, Orr (2), Porter(4), Martin, Schoman (2), Quacko; emergencies - Wilson, Dagg, and Porter. ALIlERTS V.. LAUREL.-To be played on. the.ground of the latter, the following players are requested to proceed to North Melbourne by the 2 p.m. train.-Arthur, ,Brookman, Stone, Dawson. HIluggan, Hurst, Junner, 1M'Ewan M'IMaster, Ryan, Smith, Thomson, Hutiter, Greenwood,.Br.t-s:h, Brown, Com. ben (2), Warne, Austin, O'Halloran, Mitchell,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

Educational. B lLC'I'AVIA ;LADLEY "SCUOO ,s i Ytis 't'en .iir Miss s' rij\ONg~l - .1r ; i1 s rciL~itorecse 1".'upils zid Iie aiorir ~Seconid iiiiril ereoiiiiirctii on Liii 6ihi April. Music Lesions:giv gum.. 11 AND) DEl NI'._ Newc O cieir emnnuieiweiL on .Alrit;1 Sutseriptiyiiss 6d. pcrquizuiter. . "r,, :Classes fleet OCCIry Friday 7.30 Li ill: Drain Lungli inal iLLts branchis a ies iCasses sepa riat . yT IICOOTSCR AV LEC'ILANICS. N TsrrITU ir AND 'FR.EE IFADING uROOM .NDL) LLIKAR'u. M1DTL~iL'PI'sSsUttttiii'L'L' l j s 6iI (tt~ LRIRIc -op everii y ;reveninig froii 7 Liii til . Dailly' u muce Iiiudllustrsiei .Paper~s, cien" tific. oiurinals, iiiL M'iciues. oni tihe Table The lCinigiu luibrary con iuains woo eulun i SeL i:ou o gr vr Fri dayn emer Lri `_ ?` ý`ýLI.I \"l1P1 IL Sec: SI IIEA IIICOTE."" S(Or: ~iuii at Sth.Iu m s Ciiic ci, FoL t ocrsiui PIANOFORTE' AiD CALl'S! T OLRGANl Town-mraddress - Iiueufort i ouse . Dlruni monii-sirecti Nor'uil Cairiiou.nf' -Lon 'i iidress,'sr J. CC.;:S...

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Terrible Death. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 24 May 1884

TERRIBLE DEATH. One of those awfully sudden accidents that sheds gloom over the entire community oc- curred on Monday last about eleven o'clock. Mr. J. R. Blake, the well-known contractor, had just mounted his horse, a young and flighty animal, which was held by a boy   named Peacock. It is supposed that the flap- ping of his overcoat had caused the horse to   swerve, plunge and fall. Mr Blake came   heavily to the ground on his head, sustaining a severe concussion of the brain as well as other injuries. He never recovered conscious-   ness, but lingered till the next day when he   expired. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn the irreparable loss. An inquest was held on the body on Wednesday, which     appears under the circumstances to have been   quite unnecessary as the facts of the case were as fully known. Mr. Blake was a very highly respected member of the community ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. FOOTSCRAY v. TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 31 May 1884

Football. : FOOTSCRAY V. TARADAI.t. E Twenty:tlirec memlers of: the Footscras Football" Club 'proceeded to 'Tardale on" Saturday to tr ecorelusions:with the.l tal club. A start was niadle by' the early trait, whic?L left 'at 6.55,; and the Railway lI)elartiment havsin kept a compartment vacant the whnle team were able to: keep together and enjoy themselves in the: way which only footballers can, and still maintain the order for which Footscray teams are so noted.. The moining was somewhat cloudy and betokened rain, but JirpiterPtlutvis was on his best behaviour, and" by the time Kyneton was' reached, it was evident that pleasure seekers were not to have. their enjoyment marred by the proverbial Queens :Birthday weather.: Taradale ;was reached about half-past nine and we were'met by Mr. Tune, the Secretary, and one or two others and by then we were escorted to the Free Masons' Hotel, where. every attention was bestowed, on us by Mr. and Miss Goodall. Aftr ais "excellent breakfast; ?w...

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