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A WONDERFUL MULE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

A WONDElIFUL MI ULE. " Speaking about mules'," remtr r:ed a six-footer in Arkansas, as, he cracked his whip at market," I've got a mlie at hiome which knows as tuclh as 1 do, and I want to hear somebody say I'm half a fool. No one said so, and he vwent on. " I've stood aromlnd here and heard men blow about kicking mrles till I got disgusted. When you Conic (lown to kicking, I want to bet on mny mhle. A fliend came along and took dinner with ilte one day, and, as he seemed a little down-hearted, I took hinm along to see Thomas Jell'erson, ily) chamlpion uIllle. I was telling the good man howa that nlile would flop his feet around, alnl he said he would like to see a little fun. Hle'd l;as;.ed his whole life ill the South, but hIll never seen a nule lay his whole soutl into a big time at kicking. "W \ell," lie said, after borrowing some toba\ccO, "i I took 'l'homll; out of the sta ble, backed him up agin a hill, gin him a cuffton the ear, and we stood by to see the antisement. o " It ...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHARACTER OF A HAPPY WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

i11ARACATE1P 0 A 1fAP2 Sihe was a phanton'of delight When first she gleamed tllpon mLy olihts A lovely apparition, scnt STo be a momIert't ornament: llor eyes as stare of twilight fof t Like twilight, too, her dusky hat~lr iut all things eOlc about her draltil, From Maytlnme and the cheerful dota 0 A dancing shape, an imago gay, To haunt, to startle, and wayloy. I saw her, upon nearer view, A spirit, yet a woman too I Iler household motions light andt !tga And steps of virgin liberty; A countenance in which did s?l?3 tweet records, promises asn swov t A creature not too bright or good For human naturo'o daily food; For transiont sorrows, simple willb, Praise, blame, love, hitnec, tears, et emiles. And now I see with eye serene The very pulse of the machine: A being breathing thoughttful treatt, A traveller betwixt life and death ; The reason firm, the temperate will, Endurance, foresight, strength, and shill, A perfecot woman, nobly planned, To warn, to comfort, and commrand; And ye...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LITTLE STAMP-COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

THILE LITTLE TiA 'AM -COl' Three months eg, eo did not 1how~i his lessons in gleoirablhy ; T'hough he could sp?l and rula r quitd well, And cipher too, he could not tell 'The least thing in topotgrophy. But what a change! Hlow pas?hin strange I This stanmpcolleting pasnion lian rouned his real for w?se or ~(1, And jirts of name? he nov0 cann rev Off, in aminzing; fashion. J hear hintl 0 ea:k of Mainihbiquo, lIeligolIand, lgmainti, Cashmere, Japan, Tibet, lou(dahI, funiatra, I;pain, Waldeck, Kohani,. lKhaloon, Siam, lhlin;rris,- .. Suchlswl\igholohtein (oh I hoy tof mnh1% Genihs without a tC?ah~d~ I), W\alesl, Panama, Scindo, Iloiurlvr Jelalaba nd and Kandahar, Cabul, Deccan,, Ileiveti,. And now lio loign fon molre Hlono. Iongs, A Itamnpour, a Mauritiu,, Greece, Ilorn?o, Eltlndo Po,- And how much elee no oye call cnot,; IBut be, kind tat?a, propitiot3 I -St. Nicholas.,

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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A STORY WITH A MORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

A STORY Wl'TH A MORAL, Old Grimes, as he was called by his fellow townsilunC, was an eccentric llan who minded his own business strictly, and dressed in a fashion; to suit his taste, and in garments somewhat ;untiquated. lie did not please the eye of tii toa,.)!. people. Ifhe had opinions ditflriong ftro others, he kept them to himself f. Il paid l is debts, and went about qluietly ;md soberly, But in some way or othear Ir~ 'judice sprang up against nliu, People called himn mlean, and It evolj got vaguely whispered abroad that he was a dangerouis man. The boys felt at liberty to make faces and mimic his ungainly motions. He said nothing, paid no heed to neg. Icct or taunts, but wcut his way and lived his own life. IBut one cold winter, in the dead of night, a fire broke out in tie town, and swept away nearly all the busincess, portion before morning. There were a great many homeless persons needing aid. A subscril)tion was set agoinlg on their b, half, and what was the surprise of t...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
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TRAVELLING BY PNEUMATIC TUBE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

TRAVELLING BY PNEUIMATIO TUBE. A company has been formed at HIam'n'rg for the purpose of putting into practice and working an idea for the conveyance of pae. sengers by pneumatic tubes; in the u 'ne way as letters and tolegrams are for\%wrdud in several countries. It Is intended to commence by eoneotl utoing a line, or tube, between Hanlburg nrnd ilno. hen, a distance of 15 miles, anil the journey will be performed in less than eluvein miniu too, or an average speed of between 85 and 0 miles e'an hour. This rate will be concid erably increased as time goes on and thinbe get into working order, The passengero, three in number, will take their seats in a cylinder about 43 inches in diameter and CG fsot long, which will be lighted electrically by a small inaendonoont lamp, and will be properly supplied with fresh air stored in a special reservoir. The iron tubes are being constructod by a special process ; and the maximum speed will be reaohed in throe seconds. In spite of the great sp...

Publication Title: Sandringham Southern Cross
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROPOSED ELECTRIC TRAMS. RATEPAYERS' VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

RA'I'EPAY IS' ViS. P. M. londry writes :---Sir,--1 was very nmuch surprised at. the di(scusslon that took pl'. at I the lawst councili meeting. "aiv ('r. I'uliui, or any other (con(lli)or, movingt the adoption of plans that art not cmpllcte. "Blay ;treet" was riill nlyl adopIteid iv a mtjority of nine to two. 11i seould not onl",, "think" ('n such important matters. 0.t worthy T'l'on C.erk thought the so-catlel nmain line t 'was to ho conl structed first, ] maintain "lBay st," is the maint line. No tre caln dispute tihe fact tuhat jlay strect hasii Iorei the matin street ill lBighton fior thoe last 5tl years. omllle .xpertl, opilnions are lthit a, sooti as the traims enter hrighton, thi, p,)per couIrs0 to tlake is to lmake for the first, lprincipall stat tion, viz., "lay strelet." .It, is there youl look for youtl'r 'V\ e. .For the life of ut?, I can't udlerstand iany council thinking of constructing a line without net lines, I maintain that rat 'ea'il'rs are the first considlc' ati...

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A LIFE DRAMA OF A LODGING HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

A LIFE DRAMi 01OF A LODGING HOUSE. It is dfliculo t to inaginllo any professiona' man raising himneolf again after drifthing u low as the common loUding~{l-houso; yet An1 acqulitedll with Imanly ins?tanc1 i, which the Clat has eeoo accolmplikhed. James Arnold ese a dlool.r, 1io was a physician who formerly had ia mplendid practioe in a well-known town in the \Vesl of lEngland. lie married a very beautiful girl, the d(ughter of oneo of hi principal patients, i?nd everything promiseui fairly flo a long, happy, and honourailo career fot him in a noble profession. Un fortunately after a year of happy mar'ried life, hie young wife died suddenly under very tragic oiroumnstances, Diltracted with griefo, Dr. Arnold rushed for relief to that fatal remedy for care and anxioty---alcohol. 'The inovitable ruin anine, and, like most of the wreooage of provincial town s anld coulmntr. pllacee, Arnold, degraded and muined in hin profession, drifted at last to london to uwoll the ranku of the great ...

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VANQUISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

VANQUISIllD. Dl MWu. M. L. l?'m2?, itnoetlhitig unusual was going on 1n the groat houseo which so lataly had opened its doozs to a rush of the madding crowd, and the halls that but a oew nights before echoed the dancers' foot and thi blare of music, wael now oppreouivoly still. Yet a mnore distinguishlod guost than any enter. tained there had just croused the portalo, tho angel with theo amaranthine wroath, tnd his shadow lay heavy on the hounehold1 For the prince of thil houeo of fortune had laid aside his temporary pomp and splen dour, and was lying there on tho low bed of pain, oalling out with blanched, fever. dawn lips one word thalt rung pitifully ;hroulgh the ltspacious rooms, "'Time I time I tinte l" lIe had ?lpln forty years of his Innhllood in acquiring the brioavbraoe of life, in giv. Ing hlil family a home in which he had no place, in acunmultaling land and ihohoos, bonds and deeds, and of it all he had nothing more than a closet, a narrow room whore he kept his ledgers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

EDUCATIONAL. ]O ?ltEl(CON, (,lLS' CRll.t0.All S('II00, aud 1KI N I)El AIR'l'TEN. NO1RTH It)A1), NUl ll llI1tl('1TON 6 lilluteCs fronti ( arlenale Station, )10 inlU tes from l lectlri Train. Lna'ge gL'roullll ex xcellent accOlulnodlht tiou for 1Boarders. Pupils Prepared for Unit ersity, I'rintry, Julior, and eniior ,ximinhat liou r, -Also for Inl\oiersityi 1.octal ExKtmini tions ill Music, Priu.uimpal- MI1,N TISIAI,I, AND) S11188 tN)TSIAN'l TlI1?)AI,,, IM.A. Class Sinigiulg niul lPhysuical Culture have al\\su s forneidu plart of the lurl t iculuimt, nlueaingl?' 1111(1 lSplcil Plhysicil (.iul tlure I,ssous fare peon to Nin-Pup1iils. Throo Terims for 1914 1Beghi-, February 10th, . Juno 2nd. Septombor 1ith, Pupils may bo Enrolled any, time pro rata, "NORIFOL( " GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KiORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIG11TON BEACH, SEC:tINI)AtIY, I'ItlMlARY, 8 -111"'1 1)I \ltY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or TraIn. 'heo school is boautifully situated, with exceptional accommuodation for boarders. Pupil...

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SLEEPING ON THE WING. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

ULEEPING ON THll' WING. A learned profeaoor of natural history hasi madte the dieoo rry that certain birds may uleep on the wihig. Birda of prey, and somie others, he says, can look togeother the perle of the wing holdinll the extended feathers? " The aotion of the air on the whin in thin condition extends the elbow, which is pro vented from opening too far by cartilageo, and the winge may keep thin poeltion for an indefinite length of time, with no museular aotion whatever on the part of the bird." Without exerticn a bird may thus be ear. tied far by a horiciontal ourrent, and might ,tily go to alaep. oitizo n (to tramp)--" Say, do you want a ob ?" Tramp (haughtily)--" Do you know Rho I am, air I" It ia better to by nothing at all than to go oe into an agonizing effort to say eomru (M o#n ingla

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BEAUMARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 3 October 1914

BEAUMARIS. The Beaumaris Red Cross Society,           of which Miss. A. Neighbour, of Cromer road, is secretary, have forwarded as a first instalment 250 garments, including 70 flannel shirts. The mem- bers are contributing towards a fund weekly, so that supplies of clothing may be maintained from the district.  

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A HAPPY SEQUEL TO A SAD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

A HAPPY SEQUEL, TO A SAD STORY, The following is from the " Bradford Observer Budget." At the Cential Criminal Court before ,Mr. Justice Grantham, William Stock, aged 22, was indicted for attempting to mutrder Mary Anne Capper by cutting cer throat The prosecutrix was a ,oung woman about the same age as he prisoner, who, with a brother aml tister, lodged in the same house as the :irl and her parents. The parties be. :ame attached to each other, and the |risoner proposed to marry her, but the lirl suddenly left the house, and wentt .to ive with a relative. She was walkiing n Green Ianes with her father and ,rotlher, when they met the p isoner, .nd all of them went into a public house When they came out, the prisoner urged he young woman to return to thie house wher e he lived, and declared that he would put up the banns at once. To this the young woman demllurred, and tile Drisoner, drawing a razor from his locket, cut her throat, afterwards at. emrpting to cut hIis own They both, ow...

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TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

'rolnmatoes foirm an t imcportalnt crop ait this tiim of the! yeah', and w\hen the ;rower is iprett.y lIfe frin, frost, the sooner tihey ari, ot out, thl hot ter. Thi earliest touiillto o to fruit will he found to Ih the p1111it ( grownl [roum endttingi lalst aumiiiln, adl pro tteld (in'hill lthe wilcer. 'T'hc'se will comn into ieioinjg elat.r. than any winter, lnld tlthis ? n le i he ih' iii(to c'ittiings, ct.cli in w\\her tly alre to 1ro'w, water'cl , and, tiheni if left 'l; tl]en'1xlvets they will nmostiy grov Some .li\rowerl's do not lik lt l( 11tih laln ure( for tonint(oes, land think that healict ltalnui'ini i;l often the Clitll,! of a lot of clis?on fo 1om which toIl tol,otes stillfr. ]letter Iuse groniil whichl 1'H tf1ieei tilntiillidl for si" m olther ro1ol o ', ul(di whelin lpossilbl always find it noew lie eliach yeir' for the toat( l lllatchi, 'l'he1re i it good dieal to he nid in fv'itour of growiiir tlhese pliit oln tatll'i or trillis?s, aind if this 1 intellnded., it....

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BRIGHTON TENNIS CLUB TOURNAMENT. Draw for This Afternoon. 2 o' Clock. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

I3RI(T)1iiTON rTNNIS CLUB TOUR NAMENT. Draw.for This Afternoon, 2 o'Clock, Miss Alsop and N, Jeffery v, Miss Calvert and Vance, Mrs, McCowan v, Mrs. Owen. Mali v, Ulradbury (handicap), " 3 o'Clock, Mil:n Partridge; and FylTo v. Mrs. Aylwin and ,Aylwin. lisns Sharpe v, Mrts, McCorniack. iuxton v, Warnock (champicnshiip) 4 o'Clock. fMrs, McLeanu v. Miss Watson, M!iss Calvart v, Minss Creator, McCowan v, N. ,Jeffcry (handicap)~: B; o'(lock. Buxton v. Fyfflo (handicap). Vance v. Carsron (handicap). Bradbury v. 'Dr. McLean (chain pionship), Othoer atches to be played during the week following to-day if pos sible :-.. Dr. McLean v. Brock, Tadgell v, II. Jeffery, Barbour v. Bird. Curtis v, ,P. J, Aylwvln, Mrs, Nelson v, Mins Partridgo, Ivory v. Vance (championship). Mirs. Laby and Mrs. Aylwin v. Misses Alsop 11nd1 'Partridge, White v. E. Ivory. All winners to post up results be fore leaving pavilion,

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Electric Trams. BRIGHTON EXTENSIONS IN JEOPARDY. TRUST FACED WITH INCREASED WORKING EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

RIGHT'ION EXTENSIONSF IN JEOPARDY. TRUST FACED) WITH INCREAISEI) WORIKING EXPENSES. All anlluncooutnt of importance to the residlets of Brighton and ~(aud ringhaim, who are ilteressted in the pro posals to link up tho districts; with other sul burbs by lmeans of electrio trains was mad at the Caulfield Counl oil meotinlg on Tuesday by Cr. King, reprefsentative on the 'rust. TIll Trust forwarded a return sahow ing that the Caulfield extensions wore returning 91d per car mile and the Truslt line; Is 21d. Cr, King said that it was advisable to explain to the Coun. cil what was likely to hiappon during the next year TIhrough the rates of interest having increased and also the Arbitration Court having awarded the men moro wages, it had been found that the operating exponses had also inlcreltsel. At oce period tho cost of workingl a line amounted to 1i per eat' mile, but it had grown to oi lid, and thero was a probability that it would increase to 1n 21d or ?n 3d. Such a state of affaira ...

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Poultry. MARKETING EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

Poultry0 l'Iti~i EC.(iS. ;th re re Ci CCI Icihseiiwp iC thCe1 COCI lloitiCt , of (!),IN i oil f ilt' other Ilrc)nlc of thel IpomltCv iCi(i'!istC. IlC the 1jr.st py~lr'', t(gUI; thCiitl(I, he latli Iloi VOl tha' i t dC y CI d !!toCed .I a CiOICC IOOC1CIC IC, Ci it pIlac wvhere t here is al eo OI teuperatoC'e. 0111 Icc't I the C'gf0; cn rI'coudli nsweet and C!LCC, 1h bol thaot are siIed ihould he! Washed by applC ying warm water with it IClish, nod dried with n Cloth, SIZE ANJ) (OLJURt. It d aCl'i'C'j\IIC llli IICIICC1 1 1 ht a Ih ' d y t;rrivt' i; fat' shiplaenly C (10CC' paviCVtJCC iCC Cl$1t' slIICIiCICCt till' :holdd hi' allowed)Ol for the liwv c6'tlt orlt iCCOi tlcC'e, wihieli is IIICC to collect oCC h'10C,11 to CIv) oW' SmICC all, CIOuin l 'ed, CO' CCII ilCC 11cC 4lg·i 1 ' CIIIs l )1 dIscardd lilt welloi:; a. dot \·e-volhcd and thil CIICIll (11 OCII'. Uni CIforCiCty CCII to site CndcoII CCII cC CIloIcC lild OIcgs C ht acfteC, Chd i I Cite CICCI liark ICCIIl Ciggs 1hoiCCCC is' IIC...

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Progress Leagues BRIGHTON NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

BRIIGIITON NORTJI WARD, The monthldy meeting of the Brighton North WaMrd Progress Association was Iold on Wednesday, at the Murphy st. hall, and was well attended, the presi (entL, Mri. 11. M. Jones, being in the chair. A welcomo was given to repre sentatives of the lirightoni and Garden.. valo Associations. Th'le Train Service. The Gardenvalo Association invit4ed the co-operation of the Association in waiting upon1 the Railway Commission ors to urge that anl incroeaed train ser vico should h1o provided, that the fares shouhld 1)b reduced, and that the obso loto carriages in use on the line should beo roloeld. Messrs. Sevior lland Butler were ap poiinted delegates. A Danger Spot. Mr. Lewis 'referred' t)o t danlger which existed inl St, Kihld ,,treet, The trams stopped at the intersectibn of Esplanald avenue, and St. Kilda street, so that the conductors could OlpOrato the clockls when they wero about to outer the Brighton sectiol. On Sun dlay, when one of the tramnl was stand ing at,...

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Model Playgrounds. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE BRIGHTON COUNCIL. NORTH WARD RESIDENTS MAKE A START. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

AN OP'PORT'UNITY FOl T Il E 1B11IGI1TON COUNCIL. NOI.t'I'H. WAR lD IRL.t)EN''TS MAKE A STIA'ARTI'. After a strnlllOlls light, the residents of South Elstornwikel ,su(:cessfully o}p pIo;sed the movement of the three dis trict councils in eveetinii a tdestructor lon re tserve adjoining the .llAsternwick State school, and the a rea hasl since been trainsferred to the E]ducation DI)e partinent for school purposes. The lat tor information wats conveyed to the luomtbers of the North Ward Progress Assoc(iation at their monthly lmeeting on Wednesday by Mi,'. O. I. Snowball, ML, .A. Correspondence was anlo received from Cr, «V, J. W, Strong, enclosing .1l Is, and stating that ho was the only o0110 in the 6oun1il who protested against the priolose(d crection of the destructor on the reserve, but ]1l was always outvoted, Cr, J, lhu'rowa noti lied that; ho was in accord with any miovemnnt to beautify the school ground and also the school buildings, Mr. Gates, Chief I?nspector of the Education D...

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District News. BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

Distrct News SBRIIItIlTON. At the committee meeting of the Brighton District Brass Bland on Tuesday evening, with Mr. J. Passe in the chair, it was decided to.form a beginners clas~, All parents desir of having their boys taught, and are willing to provide instrumlents, are requested to comlmunicate with the hon, secretary, Mr.. H.. J. Thorns, 44 Middle crescent, During the week the schohlrs at the Wilson Street State School muado a collection of eggs for the Walnen's Hospital, with the result that Major Waters, headmaster, was able to for ward 128 dozen to the institution, Weekly contributions to the Patrio tic fund now amount to £17, whilst largo quantities of goods have been sent towards the St ate. Schools ,fund, The Wanderers' Lacrosse Club are holding their annual ball this even ing, but linstead of having an invita tfon dance they are holding a sub scription dance, the proceeds to go towards the Mayor of Brighton's idnd. It will be held in the All Saltt's ITall, St. Killda, a...

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A RARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 10 October 1914

A ICA1UTY. F'onikiueton wvnan't (Chnrcly IRO rts b 0I, Chalkslnlr. INl had p~otte e l towut d in flanndlH ý and it blazer for* two seasoni, and fourteen wn!~ tho biggest inuietin of rines placed algaint hiri pan1)1 in the ehib ieolc4)boOlC. At laht. by i c i0,nll tioUt o1 wild JwijLw 1111(1 goodt Ilichc on hit ide, and pifling bowling allied with had fielding on that of the o01)1Wit ho), he 010(dC1 it fifty, li jnwoggered roonul th0 feld V5 thouph'l he'd huit. "'oif!'' liinfr over the rnaviio(1 "iC timaeu in euceewtuion. "Ili, tnittc'r 1" sluonted ono of the sp'yatntor nd I"' etter keep it un der lock (and hey '1. You '11d, htraihrht.' "Iah ? Keep o wlxuot Mu01er lock and1 hey " queried P'onlin{ton. 'That filty of youru, of cour:e," cLanoL thlec j!1CW. "IThuer'I 0tlwaye a l ot 0t ehapl' from 1111011u o o I ku for opportuuitiei to jiet onº to rant Ic('3 i

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