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A Wail from Below. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

A. Wail from Below*. In our issue of the 28th ultimo, we had occasion, through misrepresentation being made in tbe columns of tbe ' West. Mac quarie' as to the sanitary condition of Blayney, to point out the utter ignorance of that journal in matters of municipal govern ment. J ust as we thought, p,ur remarks caused a bitter wail from that bright luminary, tor in its last weeit s issue there is a long article iu reference to the matter, which, if anything, goes a great way to prove what we asserted that the ignorance displayed by the paper in question on the subject of municipal government is. some thing pitiable. However, as they have only written in a shuffling and wriggling manner on the question, iustead of teplying to our accusation in a logical and straightforward way, we decline to take any particular notice of them until they do, only by re marking that the paper may rant and bubble as much as it likes, for like some small dogs it might create a big noise but there is very l...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

The Federal Capital* The Premier is rather amused at the: prominence which is being given to the fact that the Federal Parliament will neet for a little while in Melbourne. The idea that this will mean that the capital will be es tablished in that coiony, ho points out, n quite absurd. The agreement ' arrived at, and which will be included 'in the bill, pro vides that tbe tsdcral capital snail ue witnin the borders -of New South Wales — not may be, but distinctly and mandatory, it ' shall be.' Therefore, the mere fact that : the Parliament meets for a few sessions in Mel bourne will have no effect-, as tbe capital will be from the beginning within the borders of New South Wales, ; the centre of executive government will be within the borders of New South Wales, and as soon as suitable Parliament buildings can be erected the Parliament itself will- hasten to the centre of government. The Pretpier is npt prepared vet ta discuss the question of the site to be. chosen for the federal ca...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

Mandnrama. [r»OM ODE CORBEBPONDEHT.] A Sensational Runaway. — Mr. Bennett on Wednesday morning/ was engaged at tho railway goods shed delivering some empty coses, and while in the act of unloading the horse bolted and took its way along the railway line towards Carcoar. As the horse proceeded Mr. Bennett, along with the cases, was thrown out, fortunately without, receiving any injury. The horse was pro ceedingfsst toward* the bridge, and those who saw it made sure the horse and cart | would go over the bridge, a depth of 50 or CO feet, there being uo rails to prevent any thing from fulling over, fortunately how ever, Constable Greuagor was at the timo giving his horse a drinlt aud saw the whole | of tho occurrence. Ho jumped on his horse and galloped to the rail way fence, and was just in time to get on the line and turn the liorse, so what might have been a serious accident was happily averted through the praiseworthy act of the constable. Mr. Eissler,'of the Gallymont mine, has be...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Municipal Elections. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

Municipal Elections. : NOMINATION DAY. Tuesday last was nomination day for the municipality of Blayney. Between 40 aud 50 ratepayers were present. Punctually at noon thu Mayor (Alderman Russarl) wok the chair and opened the proceedings, by reading the advertisement, after which he read the nominations, as follows : — Micuakl Watson, hotel keeper, Ogilvy-striet ; nominated oy j . o Ji alley anil jr. Mailon. Roskrt AlblU'a AIausoen, grazier, Annandrle ; | Dominated' by J. Mellor, Jas. Matthews, .D. Beddir, A. Hcwiab Joux JjKidoman, carpenter, Burton strect ; uomi nate4 by J. Mellor, J. Joseplisou, D. Beilriie, A. Hcwiah. AHTtftTK Shakespeak, carpenter, Albiou-atrett ; niiiniuatod by Jno. Matthews, J. Jonca,^S. Hurst, J. Black, if. Jostrpliaou, A. Hcwub, Tlioli/.s Bemslkv, miner, Atuiun street ; noinibn. te-l by S. Hurst and I''. C liaison. The Mayor read a letter from Mr. T. Heuislcy, withdrawing from the contest. He also announced that a poll would be taken ou 10th instant, between t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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THE LATE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

THE LATE SOCIAL. ' A member of the aboro Society has (?eqcivad tho following in a letter from a friend at ffymage'cj in reference to the late social got up by tlie youug ttieu 1 read with feverieb interest the 'Adro- aite ' account of the Debating .Society's kick-up, ami 1 fiilt eJatpd at ibe glorious fact that tliclaiis eclipsed— uny, completely Qaginuaticated — the girls of liVvuCv, jiut. let me whianer it. a little Lirii informs me per letter that one individual 'hooked' ». p»t of hit siater'n home-raado jam, and foistod it upon the compaay as of masculine manufacture. Oh 1 Horrid treason ! Thus by the kleptomania of a man, the preatigu ot a world-famous Society baa received a blo w, irremcdiil and annihilating ; auu history will record this treachery as infiuitely warae in every aspect llian tbe apostucy of Ucorge Raid, regarding tiio federal Bill. L^t tbe name of tlie jam-steaiing youth be held up to ceaselesa lidicule, to the huoting of the multitude, au-l let his person be co...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Soda in the Kitchen. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

Soda in t lie Eitclieu, A correspondent writes : I\I my a house hold a I trie present uiomeiit ia suffering from | tlu too common practicn of Uiin^ washing 1 sola iu cooking vegtfl.ables. Tne efldct of a small pie.se oi soJ.i w'.ucli has Ijenn put into j th i saac 'p in vvii.li cabb.igs, spinacli, beans, or pais is to giv.s a du'l hcadaclic, with a feierisli ijngue and mouth v.-Jie.i v.itkitig, nml a fueling of gnnerai dspressioti ; it m jre is put in, the headache is move severe and a 1 feuliug of tiauioa aud giddiness comas on; and if siil! more is put in, tlia e'J'uct ii as if tt'i elastic had been administered, ' Vtnd an apparently severe bilious attack, with very often faiulnsss is brought on ; and it is a sad fact that hundreds of people in the palace, hall, and cottage are tulfering froni the constant usa of common washing soda in tlieir kitchens. It is used freely by cooks to save themselves trouble, as vegetables ar-i very often the neglected part of tiis cooking and are co...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blarney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. (Before Mr. H. Byunes, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

Blajney Police Court. Wednesday, February 8. (Before Mr. II. Byrnes, P.M.) F. Shearer and T. Black, for driving cart5 after dark without lights, were each lined 1/ and 0/6 costs. T. Armstrong, for using indacent language was lined £1 and costs. George Houghton, manager of the .'Blay ney refreshment rooms at tha railway station, was charged with conniving at gambling on the premises. Mr. Macdermott appeared tor tho prose cution, and Mr. Pile for tha defence. Constable Wheeler deposed : I know defendant; on tbe night of 24th January, at about 11.15, I was on duty at tbe railway station ; whilst standiug on the platform I h-Jarfl the sound of money jingling in tho refreshment room ; tried the doors ; two of them were locked,* the third one was opened about two inches ; I opened it about sis inches and looked in ; saw defendant behind the bar and two other men, uatnad Frank Mailon and Arthur Whittaker, on tho other side of tlie counter; saw Whittaker shaking a hat and heard coins jingli...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Modem Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

Modern Woman. The following anti-new woman gospel is taken from the 'Australian Nation' : — Who wautu to put the Lreevbes on ? Woman, tilly woman. Who'd min ilia jictticoats when gone ? Wounti, hdted woinau. Wiii) gets whatever she requires ; Wliii etery manly lissom tires ? Fur her man's labor never tire*, Wumaii, virtuous woman. Wko'i going on the deviuua track ? Wom«d, foolish woman. Vyin'll lopii dobire to tnrn hack? Woman, tlioasiilfiil woinnn. * «Vho wanU t j throw ott ikirt and blouse ; U'iiu'li uniy iuaii1a cuutompt arouse ; Who'll j iggle up nt end of rows? Woman, Lmz^n woiiaai). Who wautt to nit in I'arliaiiieut ? Wotnau, luveleai »otnun. Who heods not bow we'll pay tlie rent ? \\ oman, hzy uuinaii. Who'll -Irii'c her sous to iloir.g base ; Who'll ciirne fcer ilaughtui js' forced disgrace ; Wiio'll nsiike the !iume a tlreuiy piaue? Woiiwii, Miin, iibw womau. Who rears a child to bless olii nje ? \Yunnii, nol.lu wmnan. Whose jjrealiie.is shints on sveiy page ? Woman, inodck...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

POLLING DAY. Polling day in conneotion with the muni cipal elections, which came off yesterday, passed off vsrr quietly. After the announce ment made on Tuesday that ox -Alderman Hemsley had retired from the contest, all excitement seemed to die out, with tho ex ception as to who would top the poll. Had Mr. Hemsley remained in t»be contest, we are certain it would have been one of the keenest coutests that has ever been held in Blayney. As we went to press before the poll was declared ire must hold tho result oyer till next issue.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

A 'Japanese farmer who has as ruucli as tea acres of land is loolictl npon as a iuoi:o po'.ist. [Not so in N S.W.j ? The planets Veuns and .Mars most nearly resemble the earth in climatic conditions. The number of sheep in the world is esti mated to amount to 550,000,000. All refined gold is not alike. Australian cold, for instance, is distinctly redder than that from California. The Ural gold is the reddest found anywhere In many parts of Palestine grasshoppers still form a favourite article of food. Washing is done ill. Japan by getting into a boat and letting tho garments to be washed drag after, the boat by a long string. Scarlet fever is extremely rare both , in Asia and Africa. Soldiers in the Italian army aro allowed two hours in the middle of thd day for a nap. The Alaskans often have eating matches, at which great numbers of tho villagers compete. The one who eats tlie most is considered the biggest man. Tomatoes have been grafted upon potatoes by a French experimenter, who...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 11 February 1899

Tne minu'tclurc of fc jb.iejo in Italy is i Government monopoly, SANDSK auil SONS' EUCALYP'l? EXTlM'J'l'. — UdJerthe distinguished pat roiiuge of his Aiajesty tlie King uf Italy, r.; per c;im:nimicatinii made by the Kimsle1 i'n- Fordiga All tirs, through the Congiil G-e.ieril fur Italy, at Melbourne, March 14 187S. Art'arJed diploimi at the AtusterdaQ I3sf libitioii, 1SS3. Acknowiedgod ty iled, c,il clinics a'ii U uivei'oilies n:l uver tli G lobe. Thsro aro iuii'atioos of Eucaiypti Extmc | ia t'ia tu liter, pri I nets of s uiriiii'iitici forming cru it*, rusinuus oils. In urdtrtbit! tiicsy crude oils uiav not bu tnL'en fiir oir ! part* Voi.ui.e E:ualypti Extract, v.- hi, 1» i. j vsc Jguise.1 b, the Medical Divi*i.w of tl-. j Pr.iisiiiu GoviiMiuciH t-o he' of peife-it' '? pure origin, as per i^forui.nion forv.;trdfd U us through tile Oo.isul at Ma. bourne, Mnrci ii, lovd, ire -siato : — at is prove 1 by te.Uo tun iu by tho Medici Ciiiiiiss of tiia UiiiveivitLBs of Jioun a til J1v.2ts...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Kaiser and the Holy Places. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Kaiser and tbe Holy Places. It is known that the German Emperor, in )-is address to the Evangelical clergy at Bethlehem, expressed his disappointment at }tis itc p Missions in the Holy Land. The text of his speech is as follows : — ' To describe the impressions of the last few days, I must say that I am above all things very disappointed. I did not want to say that here. But as I have heard that others— for instance, my Court Chaplain — j felt the sam« thing, 1 will not tceep it from you. It may be that the unfavorable ap proach to the town of Jerusalem contributed to this. Hut when one sees the state of t hings at the holy places, and what goes on there, it cuts into one's heart. It was a gigantic fact indeed, on the scene of which we are Handing, the emanation of the lore of the O'oator. A ad how little does what] wo have suen correspond with it? I am, therefore, doubly glad to have received here, ia Bethlehem, my tint exalted impression in tho Holy Land, by the ceremony in your m...

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Medais for Valour. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Hcdais for Valour. At the preseat time something abuui ; famous med .U may lie of ir.fccrest. The isu.i famous of tiie worlds decora tions for brarery jtre tiie Victoria Cross of Britain, Ute Legion «f Honour of Frauce, the Irou Cress of Germany, aud the Medal of Honour of the United Suitts. The Victoria Cross of Great Britaia was instituted at the close of tha Critueaa' War in 3356 to reward soldier * and sailors for distingoishetl acts of personal bravery iutbe field. It was given only to those who per . \ ? form iu the presence of th# enemy some signal act uf Talour. It may be granted to Volunteers, as well as to Regulars, if tbe Volanteeri are serving against au sueuijr of Great Britain. The deeoration is a plain Maltese cross of bronze, having in the centre the ltoyal crowB, surmounted by the lion, and beneath tha crown a scroll, with the words 'For Valour.' On tbe reverse are inscribed the name ef the recipient and the deed for which the cross was won. The 'ribboa, which is at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Tiie Uawelcome Guest. WHERE HE C0ME3. HOW HS C0ME3. WHY HE COMES. DentH eases an unwelcome guest to all; yet many purple ujconsciously imita him. They arc t'ie people wiio u-glect thsmjalres ; wh» becoming iii, go ou day to day till disease overtakes them, mad death Ih at is praoiature bscosnss in evitable. Perhaps you are one of those peopjs, and yet are not aware of it You iiive something tu: matter with you, but, not having auy experience, treut ii lightly, while it gets worse aud worse, ultijiate'y destroying you. The wise mm wM at once pat liimnelf i.ito the witness box, und ask himself tba following qaeationa as will tha wise woman : — Dj I sleep bidly ; do I wake up in th9 mornihg, even when 2 appear to have slept all nijht, figgeii and jadel, with lack-lustre eyes aud an inclination only to (jo. to btd again 1 Do I eat bjdljr, or, wheu I do eat ' well,' dons my food agree with nnd nourish mc? l)o 1 go about my work dejectedly — do I suffer froai headaches, pxiaa ia either th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Suffered for Years. BILIOUS FITS ' KEU CONQUERED BY CLEMENTS TONIC (See Sydiuy ' Wurhcr' Ju'y OU -, ItiJS.J {MX SPECIAL INVKSTI«ATION.) Kcws of the lecovct y of Mr. Jo.'j.m D'rtft charj from a severe iuui^pc silum lutving reached our rep«r«rr, In ii UiMue** toobtaiunperhoua! iiitcrview. Our u-jimlcr saw him at hit itsiiiente, Ko. 30 lmrst street, Sydney. Mr. Ill.tm' -hunt is an Imperial pensioner, buying »cr e*l no Ks tliuti 25 yearn with jtrc:ii merit, in tisc Imperial Navy, a;nl li«»n l:;is Ikch in Government -c- vic.i in tfiid 0» o i»y. ?4 Vou are perfectly wuloinnr In ili«- plsvin truth ftbonl my Jji; E;tiil lo imr reporter, in iintwer to a «p:c&iion. ' 1 only wooJci that people coutiiuie to Suffcr from Biliousness aurl other liver troubles when - litre itt a remedy, us it wore, knocking at l!i ;ir v- ty doors, and 1 shull he tnly !-«' pieced fo Jti . thejn know how 1 was ciitcd.so llui' *J ey may obiuia the j'eJ'cf IhuL J did. 1 tutfyicil for years fiom indigestion and ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Mimcipillt/ u 3 airasy: ANSU L T^XD'SllS. ' ' TENBERS are in . i!f-,d for \nnual . Ten ? ders for ? Advertising,- Carting,, and, He moral, ol Nightsoilj.in connection , with thf. nbove.Muhicipality.: jT.ull, particulars to be obtaiqedatthepouncil ClhauiViara. , Tender^ , close jon^WEpffESp ?. March jiiest. ' ' ' T.rjsEASM iTii, , ; ???'?:. ...Acting Council Clerk. Council Chambers, ------- - . 16th Februarv, 189,9. , , A mfKlj ? . ; , OP .THE ' * Spalding Robins Disc Plough WILL B3 HELD IN Mr Rowlands' Field, Lynd- - hurst Station, . On Saturday ? Afternoon, Feb. 18 Hi A MA.8SEX-H ARRIS CULTIVATOR will also be tried. D. BEDDIE, Agent. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Maroh 22nd and 23rd, 1899. - Prize Schedule now Beady . 1800 Offered forCompetition ?- Hunters' Plate, £12- j Local Hunters, £5 5s- j PONT JUMPING. SIGH 1 JUMP. VALUABLE PRIZES For Dairy Cows, Farm Produce, Sbeep^Horsei, -fe° TORPEDO MACHINE, Value £12/12, presented by Messrs Beale usd. Co. fer collection sf Coekery. MOST ATTRAC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

I PUBL1 SHED^VE R Y ^ | SATURDAY- Willi 0 | And Circuiafces extensively jpirougfr tiie fol-| I lo\viLig' Tow# — I .Blayuey Canowiudra Millthorpc Newbridge Spring liill Luekaow Sydney Condcbolia Moioug Carcoar f Cowra 7; Orcagii |j. Goulbura Litbgov? I 'i'ueoa j j -Kewcastle Forbes . ij Forest ilsefs Batburst Ore ufe 11' ? Maudarama . Browii'e Greek Moant Maeqnarie I'ouug WollonjoDg Parlies Dujbo Files of tbo Hotkey Advocate can always ba sop at the principal Schools of Arts and Si c-chauics' Institutes throughout the whole o the Australian Ooloaios, and at the Offices of the various Agents. j ? ? — ir PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PaiSfJ'HO, IN EVERY 'VARIETY AH® ' STIJ.H. . ? . r ? Business Aniio^iiceni^^ Hand-bill^ Bill-heads on Plain or Jlided Paper , LADIES AWE) GE 1LEJV1£WS» VISITING CARDS BALL, COMCERT AND OTHER PROGRAMMES AGEKTS — Messrs Gordon & Gotch, fiyd:iey, Alelbource, and London ; Messrs Clarke, bou aud Plate, 85, Gracochurcii-streeli, London ; Messrs Mitchc 1 and C...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Orange Alive. TO THE GOOD OP ITS PEOPLE, AND GLAD TO BE SO. Whan you know a good thing, tell it. It will not lessen its gooduoss. But will do good to others. If you've been cured tell it - There's more misery just like it. Waiting to find out how. There are lots o£ lame backs in Orange. Its a busy place, and backs are used. There's urinary trouble to a large extent. Ever notice how many people over 4') complain? Seven out of ten . say colds affect . their kidneys. 1 ' - The kidneys are the cause, not the colds. I Keep them in shape and life is life. You can do it easily and pleasantly. j No -nauseating disturbances. , f No effect except ou the kidneys. . [ But that effect is quick and permanent. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills do perfccfe work. And Orange is full of tbeir praise. Read what follow'from Mr. Mat Stewart of Summer St., Orange. He informs us : — ' For years I have suffered from pains in my back and from urinary complaints — the results as I believe of. kidney troubles. I co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

JJ. - ? -m-SB— — ? ? I ? i.U CaEOI^GS glLiS, SOUC1TQR, —A.SD — \ (Jj-amissionQr f-r ASfciavits, ' SLA^NSy, ' MONEY TO LEND qn approved (Sepqritjfs,

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 18 February 1899

Episode in a greengrocer's ' . S lUte. I' ' * ' 'A~±R0V BLESOjl£|YJSIT^. 'I got rid of tbs tormsntor at list, but net before I had lost time, mo:iey and patience in tha endeavour, Daring my life I have never axperi eaced tach trouble aud torture #» during tiie la*t ?even years, it 13 just that time sioce.iudigeslioa, a truly troublejonie visitor, got a big grip of i»e. My name is ffm. Qandley; -and I live at 91 Harris street, Pyraiont. 1 should have tolal you,' con tinue! Mr. Handley to his interested listener, *' tkat I am a greeugrectr, and am out in all weat her*, and Used to have very little time for my meals. The co.uplaint came on gradually, ut first I didn't 1st it werry me ; but I was r«ry giou awakened. I got worse and worsr, in spits of various remedies which I tried. After -eating I would feel a most terrible pjin in tbe . lower part ?f ay chest, as if .some hundredweight of lead were there, and, though often hungry, I wauld refrain from eating, because I knew the result....

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