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LAUNCESTON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

liAUNOESTON PRODUCE MAUICKT. LAUNUUHroN, MonJay.— There haa boon sjuio niipiiiy fur new season's grain, which launvbomu quloklj- throd.ul, after 1111 ox. erpiloually fuvon.blu l.urveit, lluynis aro ollinitig.'i/iU foi new ivlient lu Iliu cuiintiy, und ll/ll to 1/ lu ihu elty, Otbur prices lu iiuilu the ai.i.io as thoau telegr.ipho I to Iho ?'Kmu Hay Times' 011 Krlil.i/.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

HOBAUT PllODUOU MAUKUT, Hnturday'a 'Morourv' reports tho follo» Inu ruling prlwa I — Wheat, nominal, 4/11 to tl IHour, Urn.', «lii tu £12/10/1 secomli, £10/10/ to £11. tihnrpa, £6 to £5/10/. Hrnn, Hi I new buy, £13 to £3/5/. Ohi.lt, £8/5/ to |i,l. OaU, vi ry .lull, !!/. t-'apo barloy, J/0- Oiiiy 1 euf, 11/. Tinea, DjU. llyu, 0,11, llnyi «;|[h/i nld, £I|1U/| wbeaten Btmw ohalf, J!a/IO/| oiiten slruw cl.alf, £2/16/ lo £ll| now cliair, £2/10/ lu £2/18/ 1 whoaluu Btraw, Wl. Hops, iiuiiiliial, Ij. Potatoca, now, (1/ t.i 7/ per owt, Onions, 11/ pur owt. Daily butler, lid to 10.1 i rupntivtur, 11.1 to 1/ | f..e inry, 1| tu 1/OJ 1 l.upiiiiud, Ud to 1/, i!e«t fietory oheuao, ulil ioli{d I 1'nrdoucliciiau lo T.I, Money, 111 lo Bd. Kgga.lld, IIitniB, (Id lo lOd, llacou, 81.1 lo HI, L.rd, 7d, Btraivbjrrlon, Id to fid per Ib | uptinuti, 7/ pur IjubIiuI I plunn, it/ to (1/ pur bushel | iiKpbotrleB, soaroe, I.I per lb| blaek ouiranta, UJd per In.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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INTERCOLONIAL MARKET REPORT. LATEST QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

INTKIICOLONIAI1 MAllKUT 1IKFOBT8. LATEST QUOTATIONS. SvDSiiv, S.itunlay.— Heuvy iloliverlea of wlm.it continue bv ri.il. Prices nr.) mi changed, itt !l/9 fur pinched lo 1/2 for prime, Jlill.H ridicule tho efforts ot fi.imera tu ca tubllsli a co-operative mill in Sydney lu com i.elltiun with them. Flour la steady ut £10/|y/ for lion-, and *II for old. Clilna niig.ir hiought to £19/10/. Currants realised fid ; eluiuca, n-d ; Bllllaiiaa, Oil. Further heavy salts of rum uru lepjltcd, covcllng IB bogtheads nnd 100 nunrleis at 2/11. Kern ceuu la dull nt 8S-1, IluBlnesa lu produce was rather slack. Mnliu easier at 8/1. O.its bioueht to 2/'-j barley— Capo to 0/1, English lo H/3| peas— blue B/ 1 grey to U/l) i bran, Bid | iiull.ii.l, 8)d! cbalf— imported £3/10/ to £11/16/, pilmeat £4, local £9 to £3/12/, prime £3/15/ lo £l/u/ j lucerne, £2 to £2/5/ ,- oaten bay, £3/16/ to £4 | Btraw, £2/5/ 1 pota toes—Circulars (best nvallable) £5/10/ to £fi local £3/10/ to £5|10/| onloni, nominally £5. Melb...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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General Information. POSTAL TELEGRAPHIC, AND MONEY ORDER REGULATIONS, ETC. RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

General Information. POSTAL, TBI.KOIUI'HIO, AND MONEY onnuu liicour.ATioNrj, kto. IUtkb or 1'obtauk. Inland l.olten— For oocli |oi or traction of ;o2. 2d, Town Lottcra— Knr cioli |oi or fraction of |o«, Id. I'aokots— For each 2,7. or fraollon (up to Dibs), Id, Hooks— Fur each loxor fraction (up to Dibs), Id. Tost Cards-U.oli, Id. Intercolonial Hatoa.—ToNowSoutli Wales, New ZuHhinil, Qnoensland, South Aualrnlln, Victoria, Western Australia, New Hebrides, Fill, and Ilrltliti Now Ouliiea s— Letters— For each (or or fraction, 3d, l'ackols-Kor each lot or fraotlon, Id. Hooks— Kor oach 4oi or fwotlon, Id, l'ust O.»rd»— Bach, Id, ttatei to United Kln^lom and Foreign nountrles,— l.oltcrs— For overy lo- or under, 2|d, Tost drd-Kadi, ljd, Iteply l'osl Card— Each, 3,1. Newspapers — Kscli of weight of 4ot, Id I each additional 2or., (d. Commercial t'apers— Not exceeding 2oi, !)d | 2,u und -or,, 3|,l | tot nnd Ooi, Id ; ftoz ami Bin, 4|d | 8oi and lOon, lid | IOoi nnd llios, 6il ) each additiona...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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The Worry of American Life. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

I lie Wurry of American A trained mine writing In 'TI o llrupltid' says:— The. chief rcaion why America I-. so Intimately n-suclated In most minds with 'icst-curc' la thnt thu condition to which tho'notvcs' of the Americana have been brought by hurry and rush has necessitated tho pcrfcotion nnd elaboration of an anti dote In tho shape of rest-cure. One lini only to live for a few weeks in an American cily to be able thoroughly to realise why rent-euro la a national necessity. For all celebrations ot a mercantile, social and patri otic natuto are honored by noise. Guns flro ' crnckcH ' and every nonndproduo ing kind ot ammunition Is let oil reck, Ictsly during lar«c and small town and vil lage rejoicings, and them Is no question that overy true-born American would dearly lovo to eclobrato nit tho blrthdayi, weddings, and ohilsicnlngs occurring In bis particular district by the Bring of 81-ton and Qatllng guns, were these not somewhat nro and expensive playthings, Unquestionably all t...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Big Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

in* turn. Hells of any sUo do not appear* lo havo been enst pi lor In the thirteenth century, aud ' big ' on™ mndn their dubut Iu tlm foutteoiith (nays 'All Iho Year Hound') A uiomtcr bell 111 Us day was '? Jiici|iiollnti of Purls,' A'D, H00. Itwdgliol 15 tbuuc and pound*, then deemed ' prodigious,' Another bell, cast tn 1173, exceeded Jac queline In wtlght by 10 thousand pounds. Yet there tvera mrro toys In comparlion with modain bells, 'Per exeroplc,' Ihe big bell of Notiu Damo weighs between 12 nml 13 Ions, that at Ithelms between 10 nnd 11, and ono at Hens aa much a) If tons. Among the big bolls uf KuiiUnd, ' Great Tom,' at Lincoln, weighs llvo tons and a half | 'Or cat Fetor,' nt Yolk Minster, 10 tons and thrce.quattcrs ; ' Htg Hen,1' at Wrstmliutcr, 13 ton; an* a halt | while » Cheat raul,' rit the' HcTropollUn Oa'thc dral, weighs over 10 lona— Iho actual quan tity Is 111 tons Hcwt 2qr 101b. The last* nnmcil, It will be rcon, takes no mean rank among modem bells, being. In fac...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. MEN RETURNING TO WORK. London, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

THE KNOINEKUS' STRIKE, MEN RETURNING. TO WORK. Tbo onglncerH who wero on Blrlko In Qlaagow nud Sholuehl nro returning to work, hating accepted tho masters' term.,

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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MR GLADSTONE. HIS HEALTH IMPROVING. London, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

JIR OLADSTONE, HIS HEALTH IMPROVING. London. January Stl, Tho slnlo of health ot Mr W. E, Qlnd stone has been occasioning Borao dlequlotii do for tho paat fow days, He waa lu a week nnd depressed condition, and Buffering severely from fnolnl neuralgia.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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PARTING OF THE VEIL. CHAPTER XV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

:s^m ? w^&Wflf/SSRsMKMr CllAITJSIl XV.— ComiMUKt. Conrad rang the doll vloloutly and when the little dimity timid r.nm» In, nil Oxc11d raent, he tuld bor to briiiR In wal«r and wine, 'and hurry It up, tool' And no ouo knows the amount -?( speculation this nrdor atuaed In and about the kitchen, riimln took Amv drauglitsi ot the water, but scarce ly tastnl the wlno— which nt onoo elevntod him In Conrad's eitlnmllon. And thPn herontinuedl 'I board a scrap* lug In the ohlmiioy- bolo, and I got up nud put my band In, nml it tourbnd soinotlilng like an old sluw, und tho moliuiut I toucllNl It It was taken away. Ho I dodsiHl down having hoard Hint aomotlmoH robliors camo ?own chlmneji. And thin I saw tbe whllo Iml to all black with sool, and I wns afraid that Mrn. North wouldn't liku It.' 'Yb, yos,' said North, n«nlu getting Im. patient. 'Ho I— I— I almost forgot— It waa so lone ago! I think I tluuuht II, ut snmo om- wns trying to in«al, ond then you might think it ? wa.m., Boltsoo...

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THE DREYFUS INCIDENT. M. ZOLA HAS RUSSIAN SYMPATHY. London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

THE DREYFUS INCIDENT, M, HOLA HAS RUSSIAN SYMPATHY. London, Jmiu/trr 80, Russian new»pnpers sympathise with M. Kmllo Zulu In hla crusadn on behalf of Cap lain Dreyfus, and tho ' Novojtl ' censures tho Fr.nch Oovernmcnt for unlnginlstlo action.

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MINING. London, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

M1NINU. London, January 211, Tbo Mount Lyull (Tnaniaiiln) Proprloinry Mines Company, with n cnpilnl of iJBOO.OOU, n few dayn Mncc laaucd £luO,UOO to tbu pub lic. Tho whole ot tbo amount has been al lotted:.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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KLONOYKE. RAILWAY COMMUNICATION. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

KLONDVKE. RAILWAY COMMUNICATION. London,, Innuary 50. Tho Canadian Oovcrnmenl has annctioued Iho couatiucllou ot 11 inllwny lino on Iho lnud crnnt system which In to establish cam immlcntlon with tho Klondykc coldnVlil.. The lino will start from Uloiiora, on Iho mickcon River, nnd terminate at Tcatln Lake, It Is to bj complcteil by September next. This will supply a rottto to tha gold-flold, running entirely through Canadian terri tory. [Tho Silclceeu Rlvir la In thenorthern por tion of llrllld, Colunibii, and runa into tho Kortb Paclllo. Oli-nora is a town a ounldi1 able distance from Ita mouth, nud no doubt tho liver Is navigable to that point, Tesllti Lnkc, tho terminus, of tho pro|.o«d lino, con nects with ttoKlnndyki! region by 1111 cxlun slvo river system.]

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FIRES IN AMERICA. SERIOUS LOSS OF LIFE. FIFTY PERSONS PERISHED. GREAT DESTRUCTION OF GRAIN. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

FIRF.S IN AMERICA. SE1U0U3 LOSd OF LIFE, FIFTY PERSON'S I'EIUSIIED. 3IIKAT DKSrnUCTION OF GRAIN. London, January 8. Tho city of Kpokimc.lu llieKtato of Wosh Ingtou, baa becu I ho secuo of a terrible cuTamliy by Are, by rrblch it 1) believed CO lives have been lost. Tbo lire occurred In a Imufo ot aix sturloi, which contained in nil 100 readouts, a largo number of whom wero binned to death In Many ot the occupants, In their frantic endeavors to escape from Ihu burning build lug, nvido desperatu leaps from Ihu windows of thu hlghur Hours, In moat casts with fatal At present, tbo exact number of Iho.o who lost their llvca la not known, but it Is estimated nt fully ono-htilt ot tho occu pants. A report has been rfcclved from St. Loilis nt the destruction by tiro ot n grain elevator, I'lintAlntng, 11,000,001) bushels of grain. Elghty-llvo railway cars, laden with grain, wcro also burned. Tlu total loss U estimated ut 1,000,000 dollars.

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WYNYARD V. ROMAINE [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

WVNYAHO V. ROMAIKK A mnlob was nliyud nt Wvnynrilun Hulur. day l.-»l lHilw.cn Wynyui-.l anil llamnliia touui', wl.cii thn hoinu ti'im beat tho vlsliors un Ihu llr.-t IniiliiKi by IS inns. Mr M. Mnrlili was cnidnllt of Ibo Wynyald cloven, und l'J. Hoiton of Ib.! lIuiuuliKi. rho toss was won by tho vhlluia wlio font their uppo uonta llrst lo tho wlokot. Furgus hi, Olmigb, mid Martin batted .v. II n,'d the scoto of Ihu lou.il olevou tan up to '.IT For lloiuaiiw II10 butlliiKof Summots (.27) and Fawaul (111) was good, bit ib-i Heurn only lotallod 81, li-nvlng thu viutoiy for 1I11 Wyuyard team. For llomaliie A. lleunott took I wlokelH for. L'ii nin» 1,1. Mniiiiiiulf, il for 2? I nnd K Morion, 2 for 13. For Wynyard, n. Rogers l.n.li f, ivk'kol» r..r 111) runs ,- J. I,, Fergus ;», I for 21 1 J.Hnith, 1 for lo.; M. Marilll, 2 f.jr 7. Following nto the scares i— Wvnvaiiu. — First iniiliius. fl. Oiling!!, b A. lleniiclt ? 13 T. llereol.leo, b A. llenuett ? 0 II. U-uel8,1) A lleunutt ? IU M, M...

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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CAM V. BURNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

CAM V. DURNIE. Teams from Oim nnd Dnrnlo clubs met on Saturday on Cam ground, when Ihu former scored a win by bIx run., only ono inning, being pl.iyod, Cam batting first mado 41, Macfarlauo H nnd Lc. Oowol 11 biing tho only dotiblii flgura contributors. Ohutwln bowled bcBt for Ilurnlc, scouring I) wlokola for 7 rims 1 ICvuns 2 for U, and Wntsin 2 for 17 nlso bowled well. Ilnrnlo FCoredllB, Evnns nnd Clnrke with U one!), MnsouS, anil ,11, Jouca !1, being tha only batsmen to bcoio ngnliiht tho Cam bowling. Webb 7 for 7, II. Cowull 3 for 18, woro vory deadly, thi. laat ,oven wlrdtots tailing without liny nildltlon to thu score. Oam, A. Clark, enndb Watsou ? 1 Mnefollane, b Ohntwlu ? M II, Molllnon, Bt MaHnn, b EvanB ... ... I E. Ling, o tlatkerb Watson ? 0 L, Oowell.oand b Obntwln ? II F, Cooper, tiChatwIn ? ... 0 J. Webb, 0 Chatwln, b Evana ? a J, RoBtrii, b Oliatwlu ? 5 II. Ilrown, b Chatwln ? 0 A.llnrloot, notmit ? 1 II. Oowoll, bOliatwIn ? 0 Sundries ? 0 Total ? IT Iloivling.— ICrm...

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News From Abroad. British and Foreign. LOSS OF NEW NEALAND STEAMER BOAT LOAD OF PEOPLE SAVED. London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

i\c\vs From Abninil. HrlflMli mill Vwrolifii. LO3S OF NI5W ZEALANU STEAMER IIOAT LOAD OF PEOPLE SAVED. London, January 30. Noivs bns been received of Ibo picking up of n bunt coulalnlng lr, |h:ih,mih, some of the iias^oogfrs nnd ciew ot tlioHtcamcr Mataura. Tlio Maluura was tolully hiat iu Magellan Strait, and tbo boat picked up icpoits that olhil- boats U'H snfoly away from tlio vessel. It la considered prob,iblu tin,', others will bo icwcuo I, Tbu Mataura wont ashore at Hoalcra' Oivo on Iho 12th lust,, nud llm captain, doctor, Ibreu paBsong.-rs, and 10 of tbo cruvv have arrived nt Samly 1'iilin. Il Is bell .veil ill it. ill wo lu llm rcmnlnlnx Tlio Maiaui'a, cniM ntcamer, U,H88 tonp, which belonged to Iho Nnw Ziuhind Co,, lull London on December 21 tor Wellington, Shu did tut carry many pa-aongora.

Publication Title: Emu Bay Times And North West And West Coast Advocate
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Mining Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

Miniii-*' Jlcvtin»s. Rooky Hivisii.— A lurgoly allonded and oiiihusiaHllo ticneMl meeting ot shandioideis wi.s held on Tiiuimlay I.iat at Mcnzles' Hotel, Mulbuitriio, MrLaTiobu l!,i«ley prnlillng. Thu chaliiuau muted tint tlio prudfetioua mado at tlio htfct balf-yuarly meeting had boon niou Ihau (ul.'lil.d in iln m.igniUccnC developmenta that bud taken place. (Ap plmiae.) They bud 10 contend iviih guftt dilllcullles In opuuluK up the mine, bin now it was ono lefluctlng credit on Tnsmnutn. Thin wns the contends of oplnloo of 111 my experta, who 11 u.lo inilcueudeut csaiidu nitons. Ouo ot tlio ij[ior:s bad repotted that they hnil tho beat copper mlno in tho world. Tlwy Iuul found copper at Iho deep cat point pri.vcil in Tnsuiauia, viz, GHUtt bolow 1I10 outciop and ilOft below tho river level, Kxi.erls said that tlio deepur they Hunt tbn richer would become the ore, and this bud been tho ca-.o so far In their winkings. Homo 010 recently Inkcll in dlncriiuiuatily from Ibo bottom ot Ihu ...

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THE WOOL SALES. London, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

THE WOOL HALIW, London, Jnnuary 2U, At tho wool Bnk« yesterday afternoon thero waa keen competition tor nil tbo better clnssof Morlnoes nnd cros.breils, nnd pilco, were very linn.

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PREPARATION FOR WAR. LORD ROBERTS ON THE SITUATION. London, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

PREPARATION FOR WAR, LORD R0IIEIIT3 ON THE, (SITUATION. * London. January ilO, Lord Roberta, Conini-nuler-la-Clilcl of Ilia mmy In Ireland, In replying to tho loait of 'Tlio Army ' at a binquet In Dublin, spoke, very atroni-ly nn tho nnoofslty of Great ililt nin buing prcpaioil for war, Ho depleted in alioii;. color* ibo torriblo risulta ot unpte paK.'Inet.i in tlu uvcnt (it ta ?, maiuu bclnj; Mliblcnly called upon lo facu n poweiful ii'lvcwuiy.

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Cricket. Fourth Test Match. AUSTRALIA SCORES 323. UNPRECEDENTED HEAT. SPLENDID BATTING BY HILL. ENGLAND MAKES [?] AND FOLLOWS ON. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Emu Bay Times and North West and West Coast Advocate — 1 February 1898

Ciiclu'l. ?roil .'III 'Ki-M MtlU'll. AUaTRALlA HUOniCH IliiH. UNl'lUiOEUKN'l'Ell HEAT, HPI.END1D 11ATTINU 1IY HILL, ENOLAND MAKES 171 AND FOLLOWS ON, Mi'.l.lioUHNti, Monday. Thu fniulh li'Bl mnlch was commenced on Hiturday In nliuost unbearably hot weather, tin leiiipernluiolu the Ibo sum Mn|t UiO tk'itrocn. Tho Auatrallani won Ihu loss and M'Lund nnd Dulliin nn.noil thu limlims. The widiuis Ml In tiiilnk buocoshIou nud tho fnatftitc of jubilation which was cxpoilnnceil wlii'll Trott won Ihu lou was obaliijed to onu of Inlcni'J ouiwli-rinilliin. Tim four best lintu ?nun in AuhIimUi rctlrul for an averajju ot thron ruiiaonali, Orrg«ry mil Irmlnlu m-k- lug 0 and M'Lool 1. lliil nuido i, jplmlld Blnn.l, mirvlnu bin bit for nu iinllnlsbed scorn of 1H2. Afior lunch Trumblu Joined 1IIII ami played i, ciulul painu for in, Ho win Hn-ui-nlal by Kelly,, nnd when tbu stump* wero drawn suvcu wlcki-U had fallen foi 275 runs. Play was returned this morning. Hill w;n uauulit by Htodil.irt nnd loil...

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