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THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. - LANGUAGE. S a lhot Childs was charged with nl avg'-imade use of obscene lan age; iil. Chapel-street on thc pre vious iiglit., Evidence for the prosecution was ,given by Messrs. George Cresswell and Edward Lam.b, who stated that the language used by defendant was terrible. .Defendant was fined £5, in default one month, with 14/4 costs.

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bowling. LAST SATURDAY'S PLAY. BY BOWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Bowling. t LAST SATURDAY'S PLAY. By Bowi ER. c On Saturday my fellow bowlers .gain resumed play in connection with the premiership matches, whenI the first round wvas: completed. The afternoon ~was a pretty good one as regards atmospheric conditions, and complaints vwere few about any fickleness the win: T ight 'have dis plaied. f North Fitzroy (last year's pre- t niers). and. Richmond _hUnion (run ers- uphada o md when lthe I ntumbers wveiituip it ivas foiid thait F tin "Union had gaitn d ti iitiplper haiid i by 7 pointiit. Froiii start to finish a c buzz '1e citemcit peimeated theia ani e and Iichinond cunion had S many li'indsh1akeas the result of thir success ' n icmond Union, 90; North litzroy 83;., . '~Melbotfrnis"(122): gave I itzrooy aiid .Last Melbourne a ruii for their noiiey the latte scorfing 91 Mel Bourne waton top every time, their xkips being the. three Pascoes and G. W: Sims: ,: In iieeting Arnaidale, Prahran ran up against a tough proposition. Wax- 1 moan (A.) score...

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MALVERN v. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

MAT VER Cv\W ]3.v: RUhNSWICK. Thc : e team oms Coinmcnced a mnatch at -rJnswmck o S iaturday' last; the former team hi aving one of their .best men ai'bsnt, -Rogers, .who is aiway oni holidiays:. ib Thomaje team hbattcil first adl madc 178 inns their highlicst scrcre being thicr : ci taiI fLhemiizim (of football faine),; who puit together 47, in i veir vi gorous stylc. Hiis:'score ihcnided two 6"s and five 4's M. Be atti wais in great imrni i ith the ball-' catirinig" five wickets fior?39 rims E Page secured twvo for 9 .4 Mla ri nlost tthleew ic kets - for 87 rtiins before dr iving of stummps, Bc ittie Ifollowin upJ hIis success with the lbiill ,by niaking 42 riitis. A. Dolahnmore also made 25 not out. . -

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CRICKET. VICTORIA v. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

uRICKET VICTORIA v. NEW ZEALAND. The New Zealanders were no match for the, Victorians in the game that was concluded on the Mel bourne Cricket Ground on Saturday last, suffering idefeat by io less than an innings and 110 runs The M.aoril. iders-.. tedn;included B J uckw~e 1T; on. ccak roihx h inciber oL th. St KildL aud4Mel loionru tmi.s iinsud ,C:`-Boxhl~ll .theii icket-keeper who played with the Brighton club hercmany years agol New Zealan2dscored 141 in the first nsid 88 ii t ecod ail although 'Ree.ce= Ilickinott 'lnTckwell .mnd: Sneddoni' batted`'fairy;"_ well, for their° respective scores, -the :formi showvn takei all round low inter State tu rd :Victoria: made -43runs and ,in i very short space of time, too Wherea ini tlie receit games agaiist South Australia- ad Ne South Wales they had pottcred about for their runs, in this game [luy scored at a great. rate;, which .onl goes to show v the: iliffercnte class of bowling= the3 had to nuet::.cather 65, McDonmald 64 atus63 iot out...

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. Before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Smithwick, Rowan and Levi, J's.P. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

ST. KILD&A ?URT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. Before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Smithwick, Rowan and Levi, J's.P. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. Chas. Kingzell was charged with having assaulted .Detective Arm strong on January 1. The detective stated that he first saw accused, outside the Royal Hotel, Defendant said to two men, "Why didn't you come to my. assistance." Witness walked away .toward Luna Park, and as he was standing next to a jinker, defendant came up and said, "What are you doing with my jinkcr?"-" and without any further warning struck witness over the eye. He knew defendant to be a decent man. W... Price, commercial traveller, also gave evidence... Mr Brockett, for the defence, stated that defendant, himself had been assaulted at the hotel. It was then that he rushed out, and in the excitement, struck the deteptive. A fine of £2 was imposed, with £2/2/10 costs. Mr. Rowan, J.P., said he thought the punishment too severe, seeing that the complainant did not wish to pre...

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KENNEDY—CAMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

kLNN '\i (A PBFLL \tStDl ittlicw' ~Churcli [ 'rahiraso oil i Decebi I i. c nti er i 0 Kcinaedy It ilmore, c formel 0 i'i raiyran, : mnirried tof Miss 'Ciristin i Caitn1pbll; eldest daughteri i \ : \rchii siAd C itimblle o inilinor. itlL peremoale took ii Ia St: M:tthew'l _ Ghiurcli, Pralii iand the: Vic . "I C Storri, M.A., was Ihi ofliciting intiniettiA Tlie wed ,dingy. its.i quietly .;celebrated,; 0on13 iiiiiiilitc = friends:bcng present. liic hribidesaids were :-Misscs i heth Maggie-, anid s Elsii Jane; iamlielln Constable 1 .=Monteith cficiated-' - besit i mahii, Nuiffero s :preitsents, wvere= received; one to the,'r idegrooi hbeiing a baud some tra ellin ronling bg tihe n mcmbters of h li. Imlinore ricket :l~irinb his ~i siduice iii 1 rabran, Mr enied3 -made a number, of .innm' fnienlds-unoiigst- the citiiensii~ _3 rm-reiso ndt ozf his'"courteous-; I earing iii;rlecogniiicsed orthli and; both Ie ,ndc AMrs. Keiit edyi; will1 ei wishe1 d ill iapines in tiheirfuniture carer .

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Weddings. DONALD—CARMICHAEL. A HIGHLAND CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Weddings,. DONA\LD C RMICHTAEL'. ; \ HI.AND CER"EMON Sn intiresting-wedding carricd out vi,-'Scotttsh:.lilies, to-ok p-laice on-Dc' ter hcing rth I ci: Gco: £it; 'when rint ?tfi vitnlessthe ceremony?' lds o -of= Mrs.`udi'-Mrs 'Cha ile ', o ialds oi udhurslli;- In'leisstr-ct itiil oi w is -nvrr~icd- to- s-M-irj (1oll})-eC 1 ichlihel 'secion d-iguvhter otf Mir ni n Mr'si -oin ariichraieln 01 ofrtihto-stree .Sichiorid: .- h rner f'vi ldre- s ttend iic or i ri'ds-so'n toh xeitu's wsthe cereitwotis' - I outr p~ei in- "full^ -Highil-nii.dcos tisc m:er oth riide;idlridegroom were frccked i.gst white edibro deied st; -precetiig. them down the chnrcl 'ale.. p3aycd phem outn to tlie aidoto uti-r in xxest uiai" a -Ir-iideol9y{ 1 r otneil ti ib i whlitd as- groomsmany gl~ci crepe te ci'itie the dbride l ios gia n 'ua i3lby ein liirf tl a er t Iri tniiugs of: iler .:-heatd, intld "silk: > Icic -grive ,a Birct wffe ctii d the. coutrt train fci Siof <-.iitas oriaiacuitedr it. --loxer...

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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 12. Before Messrs. Martin (chairman), Bangs, and Curwen-Walker, J's.P. ALLEGED ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

SPAHRRAN COURT. MONDlAY, JANUARY 12. iefor.Measrs.'. artin (chairman), 3 Bangs and Curwe n-'Waiker, \s).'LLLGED ASSAULI y ilith haviiit- assaulted Lily 1homup :' .N igatiior .oinplaian t' Complainant stated that shlt hid norked at Morris aiid Lad ig' On Deccber' 3 defendant watd - fo her i' tlhl streeta dld said I helel you arc wanting to fight ' Witness .repliedl'No*sucih thing ' Deftn d inltl thtii struck lieran andlso struck 'Gtorg '-'Hoanlim alid dward iHiiuniini also ga.icevideice. Tht. bencif after adnonislhiiigde ciidaintfiied hier ;£2 iii default on mniont 4i NEIGHBORS" . os Hol rd,: a residen t of Chliat hani-street -was'hargedwitI having madec use" df iinsulting laiiguagc iiia a MiM Nig iappTarIed fo deefenida Mrs I lyni ? Kciidlali _ a iieiglior of deftiida s gave cvidence that 'de lendant, o;nFriday nighit, would not allolw.: h'r (n itiless.s)i iisbanid .to e'nter is gatct. ?. .: iiMrr Nigan: II i-iae yrou iiot .made sneering remarks .aboutdefeniant? 'No"' - Conatablts C...

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Should Men and Women Bathe Together? TWO LORD MAYORS ON MIXED BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Should Men.and Women Bathe Together? TWO LORD MA\YORS ON? MIXED )BATHING. With tle su uiii at its iei lt the; ict rolpolita tiei spapers arc, uural; discussing veryf 1reelyszthe question of iiixed bathing ie on biotli sides arc cxpressed by scores of i.coirespondents --ia ii I:Everylaidy's=; .J ournal'. has. been to tiie troiiuble of collecting tihcideas of sin~ Iinotabkc.' jicof Ic. 'iS the'"Lord MtIyors 'of -Sydiic -nd Melboutirii., \rchbisl 01 Maiiiiix a'and Canon i-uli Conmmissioin e Y of P'olie==ind%`a lamdsdoctor; th Annseri can, 1'reiich anid *GJ aiffi_'Cu~s,'us;ad Mr. Smsowy' Baker the famous surf: uchaiipion The nmaj oriyo eopeased re plied in or of mixed bathing within reasona ble-iniits. The °i ord Mayor of 'Melbounrie"thinks `that;"the, eaisg qutc big'4 cough f'or b6othi mnen: anmd woiiieii to sipn iii ie and ims syin4 those who 'd t iZ.iidz bathig provi(ilcdl-tiey- _do -imoL ovcrstci .the 1houndaries f mnodermtmon-:- ý - Th;Le oNl orofS dii o prlactume?--of. sur lithm i...

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Swimming. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Swimming. Much liis been said and writtei of late on the need there is of all boys and girls, as well as adults, tbeing taught to. swim. Thle nuitmbcr of people who are rcegular lathers 'at our leaches. and yet are uniable to swim. is far and away more than one would ilmaginle. Whilcg L dip lin tche salt water is invigorating an*d .a healthful pastime, the time spent in the watcr would be putt tc mich bet ter use in learning to sswiou than iin ;implly splashing th.Pe water. The generous offer iade 1by; the RioyIal Life Saving Society. through its lion. secretary, Mr. Arnoltl LP New eyC to teach ipeople how to swim anid save lives from drowninug; should Le largely availed of. The work done hi} the society in thue plait is par ticularly menritorious. anli they should receive all tihe practical help : pos ible. The lion. secretiry of the soiciety is an enthlisiast ini his work. and will ie pleased to give all. in= formation to anyone desiring it.

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The Chapel Street Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

The Chapel Street Fire. The recent fire in Chapel-street has emphasised the need which exists, as we advocated in these columns some timne ago, for every one of our large cusiness" houses to li:ive the male iiniibers of their staffs traiied so as to kniov h;at to o iii cases iof fie, until the arrivil of th bligade Iortu iitely; in Prahrain i ;;outbreakl liB ever occurrIed i i na ot the latge busintese premises -duriing seal tin.e but liouli -such avcrýrisr-e the pianic alone hliich would insue, let alohn tie dtger Troni lire, would ic disastrous. Tlle eguippiin of; s lc stia could ie effictid lprctiically without expense; Tfor-all'- that \ ould" he required would bIe several lengithsl of hose; anid trained ind williiig assistants. .rriangeients, we shiould imaginlle could easily be made with thie Fire I3rigades B1oard to allow one of their staff to tra inthe -assijtantts in the different houses -t niitbiile din'es l dutr tg the wiek v hen huiisnes wouldlic slack Thle result of this...

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St. Kilda Foreshore. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

St. Kilda Foreshore. Mr. MIcCutchlieo has 4een` inter=r view ui i Mi-isters ini regard to ii itters coicernuitig thie rinanaguiemet thc St Kilda foresliore. In regard' t ti. thel tuIls. ite Da.isc, lr. I MIcCutcheon states that he has s en thie PremieK;if.M Watt; 'the Chicf -Secrctari. IMr Murray. aid. Mr'. La -toti on tliie qurestioni of having' 'th cinartier or thcie St, Iifla I b"oreshiore I sut so altered ::that rin-ftiturnrre tie trust shaill pot be able to grant i riiaiiPti.tiois for ary ainuscrirent sites uinless. for* a"certain timei pririor to Siealin- wirith ucih ipplictitoi-s they ;tause irst ricen submiittced to arid appror ed 1)3 tihe St. Kilda-. council:l dMr. McCutcheon added that ithis idea -iiets w itih thie general approvai of tic threei Miriistcrs iamedC, and that ithey also think it would ie desirablec ito alter the constitutioil of the St. Kilda ioreshore Irust.. They-lha: agreed to.look into and adjust the matter as -oil as the lecCtions are over. The est St. K...

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AMUSEMENTS PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS PARADISE. Paradise. on the Esplanade. is as full of attractions as ever, and is enjoying large houses. THE-.-LYRI C.; At th. Lyric, Chapel-street, very large audicites hliave gicti-- red to witness tie thine progirlmmte put he fore them by the management. 1Tie star for tlhis wcck sas "East is East," a story of Jidiat foutnded ont Rudy:rd t Kipling's " EaLst tland West." Comedy was wecll rcpresented int "Good-ntight, Nurse. Pinple as Ivanhoe," atnd "ubbles, Ditinitsher, while "H-ighland d A\iiial Studies' provided an educational andd especil ally beautiful scena. Views of tlhe Colosseum lire were'. also shioiwni:. ' THE EMPRESS. The Mysterious loivwards u-nder special engageinllctIt to the Empress Theatre, Chapel street ,has proved a big draw, while the lady bbanjoist was greatly appreciatcd, herquaint m plan tationi medicys, arces and rag tune pieccs beiing -loudi applauded and enjoyed. Sonme. f pictures were also scrcened. THE ENGLISH PIERkOTS All the week the pronouncte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

A USEFUL REMNWEIR : The man who does not Ad vertise will soon need Advertising for. The merchant (to applicant for office-boy's job)-Have you been carefully brought up, boy ? The boy-No, sir, I 'avent. In fact, I think you've got the most careless lift-boy I've ever come across. Mother-Come, Jimmy, aren't you ready to go out ? Jimmy-Yes, mother. But must I put my gloves on, or must I wash my hands? 'LIN8EE9 OpMPOttI'N .for aughs and col s. provean em~oieney fcr chest complaints. a, OAnU LINE ' mos KLNXN 'TENASITIN E. Oements for br`ak ges", mane f[tu , purpose' &c; A Warranted Core for all acquired or Constitutional Discharges from the Urinary CLARKF'S Organs in either Pex. These Famous Pills also cure Gravel. | 41 Pains in the Back. and all Kidoey Disorders. Free from PILLS mercury. Forty years' suc cess. Bold by all Chemists and Storekeepers throughout the World. "LINSEED CO APOU -ID" of 40 years proven efficacy for onugbs, colds, bron ohitis, &c. Smith-Do you thin...

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Prahran Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Pirahran Rifle Club. Thc "ist Tilley," consisting of 14 shlots at 200 yards, was fircd at Port Melbournei on Saturday h1ast under fair conditionis as to weafher though' iiot too fa ora-ble to high scoring, -the wind at - times biie j"fishyj C R. BrookesL proved the ?winner with 67 (6); anid inext wiere J Alexander, 6 (4) I Gilmour, 66 (2) C II >Cand3 65: (1) 'A- C'iin hellh64 (scr) - ,-Is Dob bs a hard working man ? I gues you ' an call him that. Any kind of w rk seems hard to him. Stella-I hear you had a terrible experience. Bella-Yes. I was rescued from drowning by another girl.

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HANDLING ANIMALS. HOW VARIOUS BEASTS SHOULD BE LIFTED. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

HANDLING ANIMALS. HOW VARIOUS BEASTS SHOULD BE LIFTED. Nearly every animal of a size cap able of being lifted by human agency requires a different method of treatment if it is to be dealt with safely and skilfully. This arti cle is intended to show the tyro in which of several ways he should treat the various wild and domestic animals with whom it may at dif ferent times be his lot to have to deal. Protably dogs will prove the com monest animals which the averagr man will have to lift in the same way. Puppies should never be lift ed by the fore-legs or shoulders, de cause this tends to make them grow out-at-elbows. They should le takien up by the scruff of the neck, though with greyhounds, if it be desired to ascertain what good they will he in after life, it is permissable at the age of a week o: so to lift them by th tail, when, if they bring their front paws above their ears, they may he safely estimated to have a turn of speed at maturity. Otherwise it is not advisable to take u...

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GOOD FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

GOOD FRIDAY. The Sunday School teacher was ad dressing the juvenile class. "'Now, boys," she said, "can any of you tell hie anything about Good Friday ?" "Yes, ma'am, I can," cried one bright-eyed yb'ngster. " He was the feller that don all the housework for Robinson Crusoe." Tommy :*'Pop, what is ob'lition?" Pop: ",Getting married to- a famous ?'oman, my son." I . •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Fraser &, Iv Morphet tor Good Printing GIOBE DYEWORKS. \5Save the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. e I iLadies' Costumes Cleaned fr-m ...-. 5/. THE LOBE Ladies' Costume Dyed from ... .. 5/6 Ladies' Blouses. Cleaned - I from ... ... 1/3 • ?_d??fr?,ome ... ... 5/6 Gentlemen's 3uits Cleined from ... ... 4/ Gentlemen's Suits Dyed I/from ....5/6; Gloves Cleaned Odorless 3d pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings Cleaned and Dyed, FURS REMODELLED Ostrich Feashers Cleaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable Shades. RECEIVINO OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Station; 156 OREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall: TOORAK ROAD, two doors south Yarra Station: OLENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WI 'DSOR?, I door from c'hapel St. TEL. 1706 WINSDOh. Works-4o, 42, 44 Ells St., S. Yarra, oflChapel St. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET; WINDSOR, Opp, FALLON's, Drapers, Chapel Street. Wm. Marsh & Sons BUILDERS and ...

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PICTURES ON PEACHES. THE FASHIONABLE FAD OF FRUIT PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

PICTURES ON PEACHES. THE L'ASHIONABLE FAD OF FRUIT- PHOTOGRAPHY. -Since somn-ei-inven'tiegeiigielsa few years ago- conceived -the idea of zmaking a pnri nt -on ripeiiiiig tfrit 1, tacirhing thereto-a-filn-- iinegic this - iove 1branch'l.{ f -th phioto graphici art is jde ;;eloping intbo ad - =I:, er li ?ijis'm it s' :greaitest t!recomn?i ieiimii., Ld tionis ?-it. clihrniig siiplii ity: I-rk- i-ooms' corro asi a- cids ain initi ihe phioshpio? e , tifruit pho j)C icli or nipl tree- liiits ripen ,g'ri'iit'i?-' tencil Poi'ta'it niiad Ii fom i liiii piper; aiil nd indiseislen sii ?nodicuiii of that rare -ad re iresbing sunshiiie SDrii? - thie. last i'ew seaisons pic tiori l fruit -has beii ono sale in in cresijibi' 'i;iuntitie~" ait cc tamii- ash ioiable -fruiterers'- shops- in:. tlhe West -Fid :of L'.oondon"i ;:Even while i.c I. lat ie: ;King Fd rd was upon the TJ'hrone, .-apples : bearing a pho togrnipic portrait of our popular Mon iich were sold at Covent Gar den at prices raiiging- f...

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INFLUENZA: ITS CURE AND PREVENTION. SOME PRACTICAL ADVICE BY AN M.D. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

INFLUENZA: ITS CURE AND PREVENTION. SOME PRACTICAL ADVICE BY AN M.D. Don't treat influenza lightly. That is the first important point to lie Sborne in mind by those who do not Sdesire the prolonged breakdown in health often suffered by people who disregard the dangers of influenza. When you feel the symptoms-that feverish cold in the head, severe ach ing in the eyeballs, pain in the back and limbs, with a feeling of sore nss, as if the body had been bruised: and of prostration which deprives you of almost every ounce of energy-go to bed, call the doctor in, and stick to his advice. Do not get up in three or four days because you feel much better, if your medical man ad vises rest. Otherwise, the chances are that you will either have a re lease and be forced to go back to I:cd again, or suffer weeks of dis tressing convalescence. '.he earlier the treatment is begun. thle better chance you will have of c'ca nih lightly. Your doctor will in,? ?os . to nip_ the mischief in the i.ud , I'...

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