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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

TUB DREADFUL AL TERNATIVE, 'There Hie many \vho_havp'..not hadI the opportunity- of personally:' - satisfying themselves ds t.o l||e value of Mo-license anil who fire confused by the conflicting- stater ments.on the subject, and in(l;iey to the'belief that, it is "b; '.er (c> live with the devil, you '.j.'PW" To such wc say the value of No licinse is settled conclusively by two indisputable facts. First, aft-r five years of No-license in Cl.ulha, N.'Z.,-. both .the adjoining" electorates—Sfatura and Bruc'c-r1 ;• '•with fui!cr.:kiro\vledce than any ••• other. place, carriccl- No-licensc! Tiie second fact is that no area under No-.ticVnse in New Zealand . has. ever voted" Jjack the bars. If, however, you'are. still in doubt ■ as to ;|io\v to \n1; look at flic, dreadful alternative. A vote for. continuance, guarantees' ioo,gpo convictions for drunkenness' in the next three years. |t guarantees as in times' pasf . to.-' keep the corone'r busy,' the jaj(Sj hospitals and 'asylums' "ful...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORMS. The Children's Enemy. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

WORMS. - The* Children's Ehsmy; • Undoubtedly there is no great er enemy to the Health, Happi- . ness, and Comfort of Children than the presence _pf Worms • Parents should be on their guarci if a child shows anv of-, the marked symptoms, such as dis turbed Sleep', Grinding of the Teeth, Restlessness; Irritation, and picking the • riose,1 to ascer tain for .certain if the child is af flicted with these parasites, and if they are to at once administer Com stock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets according to directions. They are asafe, sure, and re liable remedy, prepared in the f-.rm of a lolly, and children tak< them without any hesitation. Cdmstock's "Dead Shot"- Worm Pellets area purely vegetable, preparation for the eradication of' ■Worms • in children and adults. For sale by all chemists and storekeepers, price 2/9 per packet, or will be sent- post' paid at' Die same price bv the W, H. Comstock Co., Ltd., .23. Lang- • Street", Church Hill. Sidney, : :

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Denlliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

Dcnlllquln, Farmers arc now busy stripping their wheat. The yield promises to be verv good. Mrs. Ann M'Lean wife of Mr. Neil M'Lean, a resident of Bal ranald district for 40 years, died 011 Sunday morninp. aged 67. Deceased leaves a family of five children. The first load of wheat for the season was put over the Matlioura weighbridge 011 Wednesday. The consignment, which consisted of 65 bags, camc from Mr. Robert Anderson's farm, Bunaloo, and was purchased by Mr. D. Glenn. .The weather during November lias been unusually cool, but a chan7e to warm temperatures has taken placc (his week. Dust,v and windy davs have been frequent. .The strong gales last \vc:k did a considerable amount of damage to wheat crops in some parts of the district. Wc regret to record the deadi of Mrs. Rose,, wife of Mr. T. E. Rose, which occurred on Sunday morning at her -residence in H'eriry-street. The deceased had been-in ill health for about 12 months. -The remains were in terred in the local; cemetery 011...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

COBRAM. Mr. G. F. Cox, manager of the local branch of the National Bank, received v.ord on Tuesday of his appointment to the charge of the branch at Kerang, though no date is yet given for his de parture from this town. His successor, we are informed; is Mr. Burstall, from Traralgon. Now that all preliminaries have been settled in connection with the flotation of a loan of £30oo for the electric lighting of Cob ram, it is likelv that the specifi cations for the scheme, or nl least some details will lie sub mitted ac Mondav's meeting of the Tunpamah Council. At 1 lie annual meeting of the local branch of the A.N.A. the election of otlicers resulted as follows—President Mr. J. J. O'Connor ; vice-president, Mr. R. M. Harris ; secretary, Mr. L. B. C. Morehouse f re-elected); treasurer and assistant secretary, Mr. Campbell Smith; general committee, Messrs. L. Wyatt, J. C. Harris, R. Wightman, P. A. Conway, and S. Bee; auditors, Messrs. T. .Hamilton - and C. Tuck. We have been _asked l j ...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Momalong. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

Momalong. C:\lcJi arc jucv al'jut. iicail cv-.yjnc suffering moic 01 ic:-s fn'.ra tlic malady ol late. Pc.mission has been gi anted to ■change the name of the local . i|iv>l /r'.mi "MoiiKt'onj; l'tt 1 >1 ■ to "ttj/oia Public, \ia Jei ilderie." The change wa- n very necessary one owing in'ilir in ror 1 .''-pi'inl^nrr; iii:i ;isi inc.l -I (Villfliwl with .M'JIJI :•!(i]i;f Sii'.tiiin. .xia 15eri i'0':iii. Electors aro hereby adivscd that the poll (locally^ will he at the Nyora Public School, which will be used as a polling booth oil December 6. [Our correspond ent no doubt infers that the Momalong nolling nlacc will be the school. The Nowranie doII will be taken at Pineleigh—Ed.] An accidcnt occurred to .Mi*. J. Gain recently, when a horse at tacbr;:' l < a vehicle became un nip.'Mgr.abl:. and bulled; (he occupant in jumping i ut of the vehicle fi ll, and rcccive'd injuries, to'!.--Hi aukk.s and- feet, besides receiving a good shakin ■ up. It ■is f.nivd In will be inca...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Jerilderle. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

Jerilderle. Mr. G. D.* Theakstone, of Corcc South, lias brought into the 'Jcvilcferic "Herald" office a small sheaf of the canarv seed plant, of which he has"a fair sized plot grown on his holding. There is ro doubt of its yielding qual ities, if t-here were only a market for the seed. The sheaf mav-be seen at the office mentioned. As there seems to be 110 likcli 'hoc-^bf a midsummer day's rac ing li jrc on Boxin" Day—the first time it has lapsed for a score of vcr.i.s—ft might be suggested to hold an aquatic carnival on Box ing Day. There is a fine supply of water a; the swimming "lace, and we feel sure there would be good entries in " 'lie various events.. The sport in the after noon and an entertainment at nighi, in aid of" some charitable institution, would be well patron ised. The residents penerally look for some amusement at Christmas time. Grasshoppers are still plentiful in ■ the districts around, and arc now gelling 011 the wing. Their enemy, the ibis are also round in tho...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

Election returns will bo screened at the Pavilion ae they are received on Saturday night, Terrible Headaches,—"! aw ,1 bootmaker,;"'writes Mr. Frederick Millot", • (ireat King-street, North Dunedin, N.%. "and fur many years suffered-from terrible heati aclies and • irregularity of the bowels duo to my scdentarv life. After taking one box of Cham berlain's Tablets I was greatly benefitted and they soon efteetcd m v cure. Upon the .< slightest symptoms uf constipation I lake two or'three tablets which always, sei we right." ' Sold bv J. G.; -Wilson, ■ Toeumwal, Millar and (irowr, Kioley, and all dealers in. medicines. A company is now l'ii course of formation for establishing the business of ostrich fanning in Victoria on an extensive l^asis. The prospectus' explains that the objcct of the' company is>, (o purchase 840 acres of Jd'Hl ami 28-; ' o.slriches ncar ^c.lmca, and tlu: extent of business may be guaged from I ho fact that the purchase money is .£23,087. It is est...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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STATE ELECTIONS. Mr. Tomkins at Tocumwal. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

STATE ELECTIONS. Mr. Tomklns nlTooumwal. Mr. \V. If. Toinkins, who is the selected Labor candidate for the Corowa electorate,.* addressed a meeting in Hillson's Hall on Saturday evening Inst. The visit of the candidate had nol been ad vertised, and the eonsecniciic: y?as that comparitivelv..few knew ol the meeting, which was not largely attended. No farmers were, present (cxceoi Mr. M. Loonr.y, wlio oceunied a seat on the platform) but the candidate's spi;:_ch was, (or (he must part, d.iiv ci-_.d i') lanners. Mr. 1). T. PatU.ison (President Tocumwal P.L.L.) nr.'.-sidcd, and introduced Mr. Toinkins, who said h .'..-had pleasure in at last ap pearing before a Toc.unnval aud'ence,.explaining that he had bo.cn prevented on a previous oc casion by an attack of illness. After dealing with his personal qualifications .for tire position he was that evening ,in, of being, the chosen candidate for the Labor Party, Mr. Toinkins went on to a lengthy .^'criticism of Mr. Ball, the .selected'- F-....

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

BILIOUS ATTACK8. Jrroble to Work, but Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills brought In stant Relief. Probably there is 110 complaint 50 common as. Bilious Attacks. Men, women and children are iiibjcct to them.^a'tld while tliev last life is made miserable. They ire accompanied bv sick liead tches. Tlic liver is not doing its Juty> That is the cause, and as soon as tlic liver receives the Proper assistance, the digestive . organs move alone smoothly again. For this complaint' Dr. , worse's Indian Root Pills are un rivalled. They »et at the cause, which' is the liver. "I have fre quently suffered from severe Bil otis Attacks," writes Miss Sybil 31ingsby, 70 Abcrcrombie-street, ^edfern, "and violent headaches, .vhicli incapacitated mc from vork. I found, however, 011 -taking a dose of Dr. Morse's In dian Root Pills 011 retiring ut light, that I would be -uitc well :he next day. • J willingly recom •.tiend them to others. You may jsc this if you desire." The programme for Saturday's •uctu.re...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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RIVAL CONSTITUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

RIVAL CONSTITUTIONS. Mr. Tomkins stated cm Satur day night (and Senator Russell also made the same accusation), that the Liberals have no policy. We have Riven it denial before to-day, but for general inform,-i linn again publish the platform of the Liberal Party. conv of it can be obtained from tlie Liber-, al Association. It is worded as follows :— Liberal Platform. —Constitutional.— 1. The sovereignity o£ the States and Commonwealth in their rcspectivr spheres. • 2. Adjustment of relations with Commonwealth, to pre serve financial stability of ' Stales. 3. State control of Industrial Matters. 4. Reform of the Legislative Council. . Citizen rights for women. . A free Press. —Land Question.— 7. Progressive Policy of Closer Settlement. 8. All Crown Land to be thrown open for settlement. : g. New Railways into new —..country. 10. Freehold Tenure and Living Areas. •J 1. Lands'Department to be Ad ministered by Commission. 12. Tenant's Ripht to Improve ments on all land. ^ 13. Water Con...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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DISTRICT NEWS. From our Exchanges. BERRICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

DISTRICT n¥V/S; Prom our Ex6hangos. BERRICAN. We regret to learn that Mrs. Clancy, who for years was - a resident of Berrigan, is seriously ill at Yarrawonga. . The old lady is nearly 90 years of age. Tlie first load of new season's wheat arrived at the local railway' station on Tuesday last, being a good sample, of 35 bags, from the farm of Mr. J. R. RatclifFe. The recently erected telephone line between Mulwata and Saver nake is now open for business. The fee charged for a . three minute conversation between Yarrawonga and Savernake is now threepence. In a number of cases the har vesters were put into operation -this week, and henceforth stripping will • become general. Samples we have seen show excellent quality. The , first e ceived by Mr. Pyle weighed 62 lbs. Quite a number of itien around Berrigan who in the past have undertaken a lot of contract" work in the matter cst'ooking. hay making and wheat stacking are not at all pleased with the con ditions of the Rural Workers' Unio...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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INTERSTATE NEWS & NOTES. IDEAL CITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 5 December 1913

INTERSTATE MEWS & MOTES, — IDKAL OITIUB. Captain (.». A. Taylor, Secretary ol the AuutralnMan InHtltuto of I.oca' Ooverulnent ttngineerH, lately unbur detml hinmcU no lo tho crying need which existed in Aimtralip for the ox ctcIko of adequate town planning. Captain Taylor foarcd that the Mum evila of the old world would »«r repeated here if nclence and humnn't were not applied to the planning of towns in their infancy. Me deplored tho awful hell of human degradation which eilfited in sonic parts of Hyd nej—the reclaimed Sydney Hocks areaH in particular—irjd fuircd that. damn nrcrin in Melbourne were not j much hotter. Krenh air and sunlight i Hhoiild, and—if adequate menn* wre taken—would be hro'jRh* into th<* liomcH of the workers. AUHTHAUA VKH8U8 ASIA. Hy denying the right of entry and eitizennhlp to the coloured raecw, Australia-ban virtual!) declared war npainut AMa, nnd by doing t o has alienated, a country with whom t»he deulrcn to trade. Thin in a regret ta...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

No Xmas without music can be "A .MERRY XMAS" in the truest sense of the word, and »ot only at ' Xmas, but throughout all the year, every family realises that the home' without a niano is bound to be lonesome. Fortunately, with the stupenduous reductions in prices at MAPLES, SOUTH MELBOURNE no family has any excuse for being without a Piano. Our Showrooms contain hundreds of beautiful Models by the world's most famous makers—new, part used, manufacturers' sample instruments, and others in discon tinued case patterns that can be bought at a fraction of their original cost or actual worth. And not onlv have you the chance of effecting this big Saving in Price, but MAPLES' FAMOUS EASY TERMS of repayment from 2/6 weekly payable weekly, monthly, quarterly or half-yearly will make the payments so easy you. will never realise that you are paying at all. £60 ROSENER £27 10s This is a splendid example of the extra values we offer. It has had some little use at 'concerts etc., but it is in eve...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

. .»«, is^p ,bwm:b9 . (I,.VTK OF CUI,CAIRN.) TQlvGS to ziolify the residents of the town and district tlinl he litis purchased the business hitherto carried o;i by Mr. G. Haydon as Hairdresser and Tobacconist, In Deiiillquin-street, Tocuoiwal, and trusts to meiit a share of public - patronage. The Stock will be Improved and considerably ' . ■ added to. Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, eigarettes, Fancy Goods, and Sundries os the Best ©uality. First-class Billiard S.tloou, well light.-d. UMic l-Iairdres-ing Saloon will .be under capable niausgement Local Agent for the Fiulcy 'Mail." ' S. W. DUKK, Tocumwal. inn; p mar ax Who is Now Opening a Grc.it Display of the Catest kJ' aJLli t Spring and Sum Fashions. At extra Low, Vafues in Dainty Dross Goods, consisting of Piquo Cords, Rich Foulards, Crepe, Poplins,.. Silks, Washing De laines, Light and Daik Cambrick Prints. A large Now Stock of Gents' Lad ic's and . Children's Soots and Gli oes.. Paints. Oils, Galvanised Iron, Wire Netting, Fencing Wir...

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A WEEK WITH LIONS. ON A RHODESIAN FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

'; A WEEK WITH LIONS. ON A RHODESIAN FAIIM. | Only think of it 1 wo have bad a most .exciting '.wcfck ':Vith lions. I .thrill at tlio mere thought. Wc were comly seated at breakfast—just no anyone mij.ht bo in a pretty little country house in England, except for the Mack , atti-n Joint—'when excitcd voices oUtsl.de caught our attention. : Then Shilling burst into the room, and informed us there were Hojis at ! M'Oombi's Kra*l, three miles away, and they had kitted three oxen during the ni-rht. "J.ions !*' „.I cried ..eagerly—"real, live lion;? Oh! how Htl-.nUd !" My greed of scma'icns ro.-e speedily. "I ho*e they aic coming thiu way," I fn'rh <]. "I hojpp tlrcy have, Mlkd rcn:c..pno else's o.~id," was the Lord and Mas . ter's. icommcnt.'•• •' As ^"happened. they liad ; "but wc both had our wiyh, bccause the nsxt night the lions killed two pigs a : mile ;-flearer jn_ o'i:r ;direction. 1 t" ls • not too much to say, that, that'day I listened continually for the roar, and ga...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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CORRECTING THE ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

CORRECTING. THB .ERROR. A country doctor arrived in town the other' duy, accompanied by his groom, and went to purchase a horse. The dealer, however, failed to per suade him to buy the animal. Ag ho returned homo the doctor said "Ah, Thomas, that man tried to take me in ; but I am not such a fool as X look, el)7" "No, sir," replied the groom, 'that yoli, are not." . . v • The doctor looked round rather sus piciously, Thomas felt'ho had eaid: something not quito right, and, touching his bat, a^ded "Bej; .pardon, olr, X mean you hadn't need to be." ".What was.the happiest moment of your life ?" asked the owcet girl; : "The happiest moment of my life," ansv.TiTd the old bachelor, "was when the jeivcller tpolc back an engage ment rinj; -"imil gave me slcevc-llnka in cicliango." The story goes that an ocuto old Scotsman . sent in some original ver6C3 to an Australian journal, which commented upon them in a voin of red-hot sarcasm, and of course rejected them. Nothing daunt ed, the old po...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

Denllfquln. The appointment of Mr. M. Wyse as soecial steward at the Morango New Year's Day races has been approved by the Aus tralian Jockey Club. Permission has been given by the Attorney-General for the Boxing Day Sports Club to con , duct a guessing cormetition on I Boxing Day. The prize will be a bicycle. At the meeting of the P.P. Board last week. Mr. Inspector Weir reported that the stock movements for the month of No vember totalled 217.160 shec'-> and 4904 cattle, making a grand total of over 500,000 for the past two months. Master J. C. Fitznead (son of Mr. A. C. Fitznead. of Denili quin), has won an exhibition valued at forty Guineas per annum at. Geeloncr Grammar School. We join with Mr. Fitz nead's friends in heartily con gratulating his son iiDon his suc cess. Mr. A. S.N French aijd Mr. C. Learmonth, officers of (he Works Department, have beeiSjn Deriili | quin for the oast fort^nieht ob taining details in regard to the Row of water in the Edward river. The informat...

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HOW TO IMPROVE THE EYESIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

HOW TO IMPROVE THE EYE SIGHT. Most men's eyesight can stand im- | provcmcnt at any age, and for out- i door work there are few who can- ! not with practice incrcass their range of vision and power of easily defining distant objects. 1h3 method to be adopted 'is .afi follows. Tafce up your position cu the side or summit of a h 11 from which a fair exratise of co ntry is visible, and have with you a pair of moderately good field-glasses. The ordinary sort is preferable to those of the prism variety, since magnify ing power is of less importance than clearness of definition. First pick out with the naked eye the most distant object that you can see without being able to recognise what it is. It may be a mere speck of white to your vision, whether it is a cow, or a ro&k, or the white washed wall of cottage, you can not tell. Having exhausted effort and conjecture in trying to recognise the object and" failed, apply the field glasses, which will at once show.you its character. Ta...

Publication Title: Tocumwal Guardian And Riverina Echo
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COBRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

COBflAM. The tnst load of this season's whe^t was brought into the local station on Tuesday from Mr. M. O'Brien's farm, and was purchas ed by Mr. II. Anderson at 3/2 ner bushel. The grain was large, clean, and bright'in color, and of the Buiiyip varietv. A large number of acres have already been harvested in the district, and the- yields ore very satisfac tory. The Yarroweyah Hospital Ball balancc-sheet showing the re ceipts and expenditu e has been handed to us for nublicntion, as follows :—Donations. A' 13/2/3 ; sale of tickets, £-15/15/ ; lofal receipts, ^28/1 ;/}. "Expenditure —Music, minting, etc., £3/14/6; surplus, £25/2/9. A draft for this amount was sent to the secretary of the Mooroopna hospital 011 Tuesday- The net result of ths ball is highly credit able to the President (Mrs. II. R. Dickson), ihe hon secretaries (Misses A. Parker and M. Til ton), and the ladies and gentle men who worked so well for the cause. ". ■ In the Redistribution of Seats Bill now before the. , Vic...

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BOTTLED APPAREL. [Newspaper Article] — Tocumwal Guardian and Riverina Echo — 12 December 1913

BOTTLED APPAREL. "See here," ezclalmed the Customs Officer an r?Iy, "you na id that these trr.ril s , onioned uoth n». but wear ing a:>ra:el \ lut do you call these Loi t i-' e of h u' y ?" "\.c 1, you sec," replied the la'ly vhb a •• n'-vcr at a loss /or wordy, "ih -c arc my hisband's nigUtcapo." ' - r: -n in a Q3W froVc that b o :n isn't satisfed until th3 h li.es best and tli? .woman 'i'.cs least have seen it. "Should bachelors be taxed?" n^-i: a contemporary, Well, most un married nun yay tbo.t it le worth it.

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