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The V.R.A. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

The V.I.A. Anuall Meeting. -:0: Ar.Tssocca the weather conditions of wind and light were not the most favorable for rifle shooting, the open ing of the Victorian Rifle Association meeting on Tuesday was distinguished by remark:able good scoring. Five maches comprised the day's work, and in every case the shooting was of a high standard, and no fewer than seven possible scores were made. Four of these were scored in one match alone, the Nursery, for those who have never won a prize over £1 at a V.R.A. meet ing. The ties are Private Lawson, B Cosmpany abunted Rifles; Gunner Sarsfield, IlHasor Trust Battery; M r. HI. R. Hermuu, Fern Tree Gully Rifle Club; and 3lr. II. Gover, Melbourne Rifle Club. Teo possibles of 35 head-du the Junior aMhtcl for those who have nit won more 'than £3 at a V.R.A. meeting, the ,tes being Sergeant-Major Bourke, of tie permanent staff, and Lieutenant Wilkinson of the Engineers. In neither match did averages of centres come tear prizes. Major Umni phelby, of ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spring Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Spring Valley.. [FRO MOUR OWN CORRESPONDlNT.] A vERY selious accident happened last thursday to a man named .1[cFagan, who was engaged by Mr. l)ohery, the contractor for the metalltng of tle Big Flat. M3cFagen w.~s undermining a. bank, in order to tol ow up a gravel. seam, when about a couple of tonls of earth feil and butied him. \\ith dilli culty he was got out, and was found to. be much bruised and crushed. lie was. then removed via Yea to the Alexandra IIospital where he is said to be imrprov ig.as well as could be expected. .\ very singular but painful o:currence happened over at Muddy Creek one day last week. A man named Welsh was drir-. ing a horse and trap towards Yea, when he encounted a lot ot bees. which com menced to swarm. on. his horse's head. \Welsh then got down and brushed thi bees off the horse's head wi.h the result. that they swarmed on.his oun and in fiuited sone terrible s:inug. ,\ Mlr. 'I urnbull. !who hipors 5o lire 1:l-e to the road, saw the imant in this pl...

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Church of England Home Mission Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Ch urchl of Engtaut!t fto:ne 3Hisioen Fi;9td. O.o Friday evening only a meidiam. number of persons gathered at St. Matthew's. Church to listen to an address by MIr. Marsh, the Secretary of the Bishop of Meibourne's Fund. but those who (lid were well rewarded for their trouble. After a brief service had been conducted by the Incumbent, the Rev. II. Braddock, Mr. Marsh delivered a stirring ani elcquent ad dress, in which he graphically pictured the arduous duties and trying circum stances under which som0n of the ministers and. readers of the church we.o uncomplainingly working in some of the more remo e parts of the colony. Mr. Marsh, at some length, corrected a misaplprehension under which somea persons, lie was sorry to say, were laboring regarding the Bilhou of Mel bourne's Fund, which was o(,t for the benefit.of the Bishop. On the contrary the Bishop, who was well provided for by a fund inaugurated by the friends of the church in England, had last year donated some £22(00 til the...

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IT DID HAVE A SERIOUS LOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

IT 11I HAVE A SEIIOUS LOD i TIll:lIs; w. onie :a hinwho lad a woodell leg. The im:i was aIiotllier in the Union army. Ile haI lost hi leg at Sh:tarpsbury. Ell, the woolen Ig. ;ts such a goold oiie that its iowner .nill j.-nsul for a biped, even inion t-otne of his ititunate friends. One day a rinaa neIe._r, , oiintrabandl, etrollel inlu rampll, alii the ellicer engagled him ar his body 'elrlt. Alter liokilsk loi llou tihe wine otn ightl at it little iner, tihe ollicer eause home to his teat. ln called his contrab:ld to help him lilll oflii? boots. "now, Sarten. hmceaid, "he careful. One of there booees li glt, and it mostk pulls iIy leg out to gnct ri ol. Iesides, I feel rallther flimsy." " 'see tltls leit fl, hIow," replied Saln. anid lie careflsy reinoved lhe lir-t boot. When the contraiband began to pull at the other boot tn oliicer looented llthn straps of the Iooden le a little. Sa:u pulled hard and things care with a rush. "There ! °'hi!ju I told you to be aretul," shoutited I...

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Cricket. BROADFORD V. SEYMOUR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Cricket. BROADFORD V. SEYMOUR RAIL WAYS. Os Saturday last the above teams met on the ground of the former. The weather was all that could to desired and the wicket was in fair lorder. MacDougall captained the locals and won the toss from Shea (Seymour), and sent the visitors in to bat. The innings was an uninteresting one and closed for 4? runs; Graham (2o), and Hayes tlo) being the highest scorers. The locals then took command, and a lively innings closed for it4 runs; Iloban (241, Reid 1221 Sheppard (12), and Temple (13) not out, doing the lions share of the scaring. The Seymour ites then went in for their second innings, and at the call of time had lost five wickets for 45 runs, Ilockiss (not out :4) and \Vil. mott (not out II) being the only batsman who reached double figures. For the home team Trezise in the first innir.s secured six wickets for fourteen runs, and in the sesond innings Fothergill captured three for eighteen. [Hughes was the smost successful trundler for the vis...

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FOR HER SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Tit lottinnitin has, iU evety walk in life, a lierce tindtrav-ett pride which uai-es himo to abhor th" idea of medicine and s rgety, and to con-itOt the loss of ai limb at terrible as that of:life it,-lf. He. I.e, become accistdotoc the idea that only beggars are s0 di- tiurtd, and believes that no iece--ity sh.ld constraill him to rlch h,.-s. Diuring the I..' oTutki-h campaignt of 8I 77nmnv ltooulni :Iin sohlieIs werewounded, and Queen Elzahthi, "' 'amene| Silva," Woho conitoantly vibirti the hoepitols, fotuol that some of the litietrt ldied bIecauose- hey chose dleath rait ier thian i-igurimnt.it It occrred to her lhat, if onl yielded, others would follow, ani one td:t:,iwihe the urgeon was turning .orrowfull oatty from an obstinate patient who could be saved only by an opeittiit, she alpptlched and added her owni it I e;ltie Still thie ehlier eiterited that, if his le;g werer amptatted, le slhould only be taken for a m.ndicint, likb the iwretched otena-ts of the Calptdhiaio. I "1...

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Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

listerestinsi Items. :o: Among the musioal instruments in the exhibition at the \Wesetminster Aolm ri it are a pair of flutes :ound at Kubun, and bso.tved to data front 110) B.C. When she sings in Traviata, Masdase atti wears £5l),e0)t worth o'f oiamnods. Sheem. ploys four private detec'ives to take chare of theem "'hen she is on tour. rThe London Society of Compositors has recentr adlmitted a wolman as a metoer Mrs. Pyne, who theu leads the way fot the sex, isemployed as a compositor at the Kelmscott Press, lanltrterseomih. The amount of capitol which the raiway componies of tihe United Kingdom ere authorised to raise for the purpose of os ir untierlakings was at lhe end of lost year. ter £l1,000,0(100,000, and the asiout aesusadly pid op was nearly £lt)90,000,0l0.)O. A great crowd of musically mi.nded per ns thronbed the Aquarium recently to enjoy? e .4 hband pianoforte recital. It was hfli geatest thing of the kind there has ho this country, and was an unqualified s. . The elfect...

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Reedy Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Reedy Creek. [FP.OsI OUR OWN CORRE. FNODENT.] Sinsc the l!ate-heavy rains the weather has been warm and oppressive. 'The Crown claim is still lying idle. I took advantage of the holiday last wecek, and with, a. few friends paid a visit to the Tonstall I)yde mines. \Ve found M1essrs. Liddell and Baren engaged sinking a shaft close to where they got the good gold.. l.lclanus and Johnson crushed some very good pros pects from stone obtained from the. lonstall Dyke No. I claim. MIessrs.. Palmer and Pfundt showed us some very nice specimens, and I daresay they have about 1: tons of stone raised for crushing. Messrs. l.iddell and 3ilaini, like our. selves, had taken advantage of the holiday. Since then, however, I hear li al ry I.iddcll has struck the gutter once more. I can't say just yet if his fini will be of much importance, but I trust it may be for the sake of the dtstrict. As Miss \\'angmann and Miss Trezise. were taking an esening con'titutional recently Mlss \Vangmnann almost tro...

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Orchard Prunings. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Crchard 'rt-rs s,* Better one beird etan a tII'OJtl is f ,rm. A good toele i t a I ,f IliO Foil, such LS fraqluot, U aow cultitieiisr DrU id,. Biettor Lea tiLt iZirir: Iruit, cn.i 'age. tables to the hogsa t o sd th ,u to mtarket. t Efany a vit ,roun, a:oiliul teco ewres iin t.aitcOco to a mulch in Beta-en, whena it wail floauty a!lays attrcts, and it isa ot die. hoecet to a:nil clean, bria-nat h rriets aol trcits to marenr. A fanmer at our acquaintance has atoned orne o1 he loge Maud, bentauc the cornet into tihe gardeln to much. Whon , yoouno man propores and is accepted has rings the n-irl's hand. if be is relfuscd be arinog hi oewe hand. The dieinootiona or oas or trcdnctoae heatfed Ian modern times by the improrvo meats carried out in procat- on manneaotnar is wouderbeC. Thee, a cross of steel pens which are today told at llianoinghrm for 4d, Ccraanriy canL C; to paadodue. This iedustry is ao ionooctaut iliac u risotto monnaeatory at She01 ony n wekly sends to Birmingham twenty...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

l m1the leg non Nat iet en icro Mitnr ( fr'n tik,,too steZ~c Thie Itoreyd young nicoc cc thicr itec i-,Icompleti turned I Yhien ii:'y :ilCt at.:bar in LoIn on u eoity, hy being taLnc up andi pem:'d hy pret women ) tccs?Is they ar:i: good lootling, e art ad I amueine, and they then got the on that their Lie is to bhe one long career oa act~e?es, and that any proley women on clc tpI cy teey caro to levish the' valueshle arie whiceh they arse pklc.,:ed to eut thr u:cetyne, must neesaonrity fall a victim to thS( ipcssiound dicvotions of a?h rm no?b..fcmntland prh'ee.: crestures as theslebe.tt As tiy itlrn ?row ondcr, E do tlidei rCei.leeeCPo ErA oe in crePe, a?nd Ihcy soon come to : tateof amind tin whii they think thau is itis t ri::h anod prpIr teinp to try ed Iced uc n the strairht pote any pircaty oneg marriedwo~n n whvm Ithey admire, and wio, they thith, wceld d::d I to the dignity ?rld imporknces theeir val. Iole snens hy hoeine ucr nme :nupted witu them. AnOc at the ,sent tih. , ...

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LADIES COLUMN The [?] Keeper. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

No Pscntnc r an . ' ,qer t; The iittlls'Fi .C 4 Ax"': naci :w r:., uOCt \i'it ' "3 ac: l't : I.! · Bye -.w.v, s;la7 fo:" "r3 And oii i t Ih;. Thcre iiitla !:arch, e", ,ao onceB Are i'c-tec upon t'n oce Whellre L L't > C:I:II::i,, 1 7 :1 3r~ WrL' now tiv'rp i.11p No more wint ::.:t y !.: be cldor' In merry. c Nn mcre w!!- tvr. }L. bent:.thin In cocCtI! L32Ins se'li r:: ti)c :ti' iii ''-''ccr Th~e c'.. ,. f:: ." , 1 6i r .ctil a Oar ::I:t r::.c. . An , :..,:.'".:_.in Ttatp'-eev :r .e".1o eat t 'I'atp!cenhr~!J, -3!.di t. Ii's d

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Crurnl:'e.-.Taket q a rrom the bread dough wry tarly in the l: tun;, itbat three franh cg;ye', ?!'in?ig thn ydls from the whites, and whip them caict ot, froth. Mix them with the tdouh, l, l t.r ypI, with luke warm water, un.til y+t or lI .aitter, which iet to rie n t'tlt .tst titib Bake in tin rings on V. hot gri "iMa. PMasld Pi ar:n iit .--l'ii he parsnips untii tender, ti:en !i r.l? !i . ta!t them very fine. Warm in a t.w a, little milk, a good piece oi L,!'. . i..v. salt; when warns pit in t .:. i!! n t ! c are going to be ierv '. e' : .o: tv: itp itoly, brush over with '. :i L c anil pltli: hotoOven to t trawn. t Ap'Ie tudtding.-f,;re td, quarter riap t; t : ! e them is deep dish, S ,idin a lii;!o :.,tcr; :n it:: r s. t as you I would for birc::it; roll a-b ,t :inch thick. I Pl.ee over t!:e apples ani o r.:n hour. I Srve with ourt ma:i, of v.. ':lird butter, I two-third ar17rnt, ftirral to ac Iread Frittet:.-Cat t.i. ;oud sliche I brett!, butt r thliea v i it, spread wtbr jam a...

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CHAPTER XX. ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

CHIAPTEE XX. o? THE FIiAR. When Slheridlan nad Armytage arrived at the faire they found matters in a very In catifaetory clstat. The hand., not having a head to .iidei them. hadl laken things prettly iuch as they 1leai'd. The'y had the oplo.r t mity to "loaf." and tlhey took advantage of it. Sheridan. who was still in the toilh of his cornpaion. was in no humor to attendI to tie rtotine of farm wosrk.li and Armylage profes o1d entire inoL nee of suelh duties. Ilut thie presence of the master iinfused a little more activity into the men, and the work sooniim- proved. 'l,1, farmn was a fairly comfortable one. With the frequeInt additions made to it. the area noiwe ompricsed ito aresr, aln about I03 acres of thalt was cleared and ultivated. The soil in the valleys was rich and pro nluced prolitie crtp.?f 1otatoes,oats or wheat, while the wh,le of the land was suitable for grazing purposes. The lneiteladl wa: a substantial and com fortable one. The first owner, who built it, had the goo...

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Articles found in an Etruscan Tomb. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Articles found in an Etrascan Tomb. A fine glass trae, just discovered in an Etruecan tomb at Bologna, is of a sea?oreau color, like asoda water bottle, thick and of a unique form, with two handles. It is nine inchea high and i:bhout ornsme?ntotiou. There is noo a single defect, flaw, crack, or obhip about it. With it was found an ivory chair, made alter the Itshion of a mod.rn camp stool, having all it3 screws and tive:.j still in :pelfect coadition, and a email ca-:_t containing beada and some very elcgnot articles in bronze. n? aRrticles are Eurppowei to date from the fibh l ntdry. The tom'r in which they Were found was c:o-d ast the :op by an enormous globcasr mash3 of stone sn fresh as if i. ha-d anlybeen fashioned yest:r. day. The baker pays hot employnu good wags and pays thcm regrsrly, and yet same of them knead bread, "See here, waiter, how is it that I find trousers button in this salad 1" "Dat am a part ob do dressin', nabh." "Too much ab3orbedin his business" rva the com...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

US cciCU.:.1Cu . Tnt foll?winle lines. sa?n the o ' News, are attribuhte to rne to the ,i:?. humorous speakers in the HoIuse of Co-t. Ten Liberal Unionists kicking lp a shine, One went to L'um'ey, and then there were I:ei nine, Nine little Unionists, weeping o'er hin late, Another went to ltJeslon, and then there were eight. Tight little Unionists,tresting still in HIeaven, Fought a fight in Cornwall, and then there were seven. Seven little Unionists, still up to tricks, lHad alling atfSpahrtiri, and then tibrje r?rO Ei-. Six little Uniomsts. frthl and all alive, Sent a man to Cuoeentry, anwd ell thece were five. Five little Uioniists. valiant ns ibefell, Tried their lack at Gi.e:,a.e, neal then thi:re ne four. Fourlittle Unionists, hntll:rtio lla could h., Had a shot at sIrtihrisi , and then tL!see w?re three, Threa little Unionists, letking rath, r ilaci, Thomas I:nuTeil It thrm, ad then tixrc rc:e Two little lnihaists, feetling rati' , me, Joe cut a sn,ersuRlt andn toln there ws ...

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THE FUNERAL WAS POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

TIE FIUNERAL WAS POSTPONED). As an example of unlrewajrdtd, eccentric thrift an ane?dote i< worth recedting. Some time ago a Mo.eachusetts wie lay in her bed apparently dying with eonllsaiption. As the family livcd four miles from the unIder laker and I?I.tur, and an tho roads were badly blocked with snow, tie husband, when called to the village on butsiness oan Tueaay, decidcl-thoughtful man--to avo an extra journey in that bittei weather by engaging the minisecr and undertaker at once, and appointing the fune..d for FIriday. In some way on \'ednesday the sick woman heard of this, and arousing laurclf finom her s'auppoeddyingcondition, de'clred, "There'll be nofuneral in this house ths week !" The funeral was lpostponed. Las Fridncy it. took place-forty years after it wisr originally set. The husband is still liviurnat the age of eighty. \\ITrlt:K ale going, with htirying feet, Forms that are passing to-day in the street? Face allt bunny, and faces ,i rl?d! Hearts that a...

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THE REASON ANNEXED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

TIlE REASON ANNLXE\ . AT the club the other eveninig somebody sloke of l'aterion in very eulogistic terms, and wuiluly coommended his plobity and integrity, in the hearing of young l1'Brief, the lawyer. " 'ater.on !" ejaculhtted the limb of the law, with eonsiderable warmth, " why. I wouldn't believe the fellow if he was under oath. I had him in the witness-box the ither day ihbout that gas exll. ion cuae which occurred next door to wheret he lives, and after admittine thatt he had had g}eat trouble with leaks on his own pramuises, and that he had several times been left in total darkness for nights ioLgethc.r yet, after all, the fellow actually uworo that lhe had no prejudice against the gaos comlauumy. What, opinjiori can you have of a manu like that ?" " Keep your hair on, Mae, old man," said a friend who wasstlandinglhy, with aumn a -ed smile. " Are you not aware that Iater.on is one of the rincipal lshareh?hlors in the ga. COlmpany?, `.

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A KISS FOR CHARITY SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

A KISS FORl. IIAIIITY SAKE. AT it Icecourl?e ill N?alitoitldy itOtte Eng?hlihmen were atlmiricig the picturesque and hli-torlic co-lllr of the wo?len lit the countrlty. Scverold tI I thee ;n l e juckeys, lighltly ectited by the gt,r thing.i of their lbrelkfiltt, elcite- lthered toigetler in it knot, thntirintg tot only the cotumtte hit the rnpt ivattig fnlrs of the te wet of Ntor manI: y. loe be ltuty s hetighten.ed by the piquilt uriginmlity ot their lofty heatl These eplottltmien ?tere uttering their cmmnlnnt tnl the ill'pa.ers by in it loud tone of votice, when atttetiot was arre-tet by the exotrorlditly hea;tiy of a y ,oung womaeln, evtlently just iartietl, who at that momtent poe-ed by. She wos wtlkitti in tIhe mid-I of ia group of cotttty Ilds a?dil i?-e? it their f silk die,-es iand hlg-tailed hrtr.wistited ihlk coat-, .nod in ctuiompany might Ie seent tihe black casoock of the cmllt tiul vicoar of the parish. 44" Whilttll a eli ," etilhim?tc l otne of theil eporti?len. "On l...

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WORTH AND WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

WOItTI AND IVNALrIL. Dons WeSroS was a reputed heiress and Lawyer Raneome's ward ; it was natural that with beaty and money she should be much sought after. Two rich younllg mIen, Dr. Fisher and Paul Ashforth, were very mtuch in love with her, but, with :t woman's perversitvy, he preferred Julian Brent, a youngl minister. He was in too huutble circumstiances to propotese to her lest he should be conllidered a fortune-hunlter. One day she was skating with Paul Ashforth, and i merry party. Ou the path arouind the pond walked .Tuliun r Ient, watehint g her lie loved so well as she tliltd like a bird here andi there among her c. lpiiiioncsoi; watching, tlo , wihl jeahlous eyes, l'aulAshforth, who seemed to him to circle alnout like a hawk, roeily to Ipoune on the tien 3, fluttering dove, and earlry it a1ay. l'elrhal Iorictln aw.Islian as t d lu.i.e' hi, unhappit: iness lt. seeing his rival s?, near.. At all events she turnled atwy, allsl wilth blsl, swift sitrokes stped lacroms the isti...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. CHAPTER XIX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

SaLe nRaIS nEtnERPVEID. The Fatal Treasure. A STORY OF THE BLACK FOREST. IV,,AN DEXTER CITIAITERi XIX.-ConrTNUEm. The nIte-ecomer itazd like ourn fascinated at the .i:lht uld, as Iump after ltop of the pr:.hious metl: was taken out of the box and tr:iof-rrl tio IIiltoui' pockekts, the eyes of Armytag, seemeal to ntinost buhnt into the "By hevenC" lie Imuttereld, "that old fellow Ir:i di."ol-.-rdll the treasure we are rtwel:in... I witmler wholi lihe ist If he wern tlh devil himself," he illed fiercely, "I ilmt htvae Lh.t pilnl.T?r.' W'ith a ds1ililied epresittoin till his evil face, he wirtched ilhlitop n empty lhe boxl ilalLt then break it ul llnt l set. it're to it. "l,_ klolt. Ithe gild is siolencit anyi raite," was his comi!l ?t, as hlie s?riW the rix plred int the fire. WlVhen tie wnircr rniio inside the but dr?w tlhe stol to the fire iiiand lrsinite lrovy, lihe itchelir set hia lips togel hr ondl for some time appealreld to debate with hlimself what lie shouldl do. i 'lie is o...

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