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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

Melbourne Cup, 1882. SCONSULTATION-500 Shares at 10s. First Horse... .2100 Third Horse .......... .......... 40 Third Horse . 4 Starters .......................... 30 Non-starters .................... 20 Address, enclosing stamp for reply and exchange added on cheques, to" EXILE," care of L. A. BERNDT. lairnsdale., MELBOURNE (. UL, 1882. Peeping Tom's Seance. 500 Members at10Osa each. First Horse...:................. £100 Second Horse ................... 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters divide .................. 30 Non-starters ..................... 20 . ..Less 10 per cent. commission..~e Address, by letter only, enclosing stamps or P.O. orders, or if cheques with exchange "?s?dMd, to "Peeping Tom," care of W. H. Rayner, Main-street, Bairnsdale. . leibourne Cup Consulita tIon, 't2. OO MEMBERS at £1 each. 20S Prizes. First horse, £1500; second horse. £6,00 ; third parse, £300 ; other starters (divided). £1000; non-starters (di-. vided), £1400; SA prizes, £115 each; to...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, September 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNeLO. Bairsudale. Saturday, September 2, 1882. THIS - morning the half-yearly general meeting of shareholders in the Bairns dale Steam Navigation Company will be held at Payne's Main hotel, and the business to be transacted being of more special interest and of greater import ance than is usually brought under the consideration of shareholders at these periodical meetings, we invite the atten tion of all having an interest in the company to the desirability of the subjects introduced by the directors receiving the calm and earnest delibera tion of the shareholders generally. After the directors' report and balance sheet have been submitted, the question of the advisability or otherwise of wind ing up the company will be brought forward for discussion. There can be no doubt but that from the outset the energies of the directors have not met with that general support of the public of this district which they should have...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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NOTES FROM THE TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

NOTES FROM TIlIE 'ARIIIO. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Therehasbeenlittle of imnportancetowrite about since my last. The now steamer Tambo made her trial trip up the river last week, and, although she did not reach her advertised destination, the trip was eon sidered in every way a success. A consider able number of tho people of Bruthen as sembled at the Mossinace landing for the purpose of welcoming the new steamer, but were disappointed, owing to her not being able to reach so far up the river in time to return to Bairnsdale. She stopped at Swan Reach, and a number of those on board adjourned to Mr. O'Brion's, while quite a number of the local inhabitants gathered round the new arrival and criti cised her in every possible way, and they seemed to be unaniinous in the opinion that she is just the boat for the Tambo trade. The suaggiug party gave a grand recep tion to their Tambo friends on Friday even ing, the 25th inst., and among the many enjoyable entertainments held at Swan R...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

W ANTD, astrog acionLAD as ani ,tnlo. jTN rD n~ Apptrintice. Apply.toW. MYouinft*Liiee Q. I. Co., no ilaitl~ily. Delt">t'o ti. 1m lr nd uo tie capital of tie ii..utr tan' .ind payi abi. to the aumagnr. tat ýal~isst ati twest, \tiillottrtn, ot. \CV.i a.eaday. tie lath dlay of Sea'telar,air S. 'VO\SKI hntaa'r. r1h 'S DI IS ara aequirnvl for IS chinats at Tposrt sani rail kFeningt statingt irice fot tawoe mtit3ait ttspeciir'lý. Applnc at ollies of \\' it. Thomason, sollaitor, tlaltaaslsla, IlO 81fIpD this season at LInr:fvow, tl e i .ifolltob wiii tihor?oghbred horse WINNER OF 7TE MELBO i cn 66F, i871. Wollomai, b.h., got by Au of Ciloh oll?of Fleur, do .Lts '!hyl uggr, ;imp,'t (Soo VViotoroafl Stifde'iok A Ae of Olh byu Stockwnll, out of frish Qu'eoio bH orioaway ;out of Emily by Pantaloon. 'Ao of Ch' .was elro?f King of thei Ring, who got First ;K(f b', tsow Soandal, Tho Ace, Irish King nad King of 0lh61 in fgot, for the timh' ho lied, 'hb got more firsto'aaos. horses than any sir...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

ANNUAL PLOUGHIN[G MATCH. The annual ploughing match under the auspices of the Bairnsdale Pastoral and Agricultural Society was held on Thursday last in Mr. J. A. Taylor's paddock at Broad lands. We cannot truthfully state that the affair was the success which might hare been anticipated, and this is the more un fortunate, for with a delightful and warm spring day to induce a large attendance, had the list of competitors been more nu marous, there can be no doubt but that the match of Thursday would have ranked as the best and most succesful one yet held. For class A there were five competitors. only three ploughmen, however, threw down the gauntlet in class B, while for class C only one youth nominated, and not a single entry was received for clases D-double furrow ploughs The why and the where fore for this comparative failure will be subjects for future consideration, but we mustexonorate the ploughing match com. mittee from blame, for they worked hard, held frequent meetings, and...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

a. i ncnrtlthur & Co., "OC1AT1TLE SALESMEN, Government Auctioneers, Valnutors and Arbitrators, Mining and Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COM3IMISSION AGENTS. A UCTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, 11";,. PRODUCE, LAND, &e., held every _. 7I'TRDAY at our Yards in M'Millan-street. BAIRNSDALE, at BGuvat?N the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, MAIFFRA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid orer immediately sales are conecluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar. Isibald. * IAXIR t.DALE ANNUAL Horse Parade. UR ANNUAL HORSE PARADE of Blood andl Draught Entires, Brood Sltares, and the Progeny of same, will be hcld at oar Sale Yards in Rialrnsdale on Saturday, 2nd Septelnber, At 11 a.m. sharp. Owners will please forward to our office the names, ages. piedigrees, and districts in which the'stallions are to serve, in order that a correct 'list may be prepared .before the show day. S. . A. MACARTHUR & CO., S Auctioneers and Cattl...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDIALE. . HIS superior Hotel affords superior T accommodation for Tourists. Commer Scial gentlemen and T?amilies. Visitors to th' Lakes can obe sure of every convenience * and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Samplo Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. S Good Stabling. :" :'.?.Wines and Spirits, best quality. ; Conveyances meet iall the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor .(Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveysnce. COBB AND CO.'S SRoyal Mail Coaches. r ,EAVE Duggan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for j lJ Sale at 10 a m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 15s. T. DUGGAN, Agent. IROBERITSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's TelegraphLine of Coaches, Rulnsing is connection with Cobb lJ Co., LEAVE the booking office, Batt's Hotel. BAIUNSDALE. for IIRUTIHEN and in termediate places ldaily, Saturdays and Sun-i. days excepted, at S p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale.' On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare; 5s; return, 8s. - The above line lea...

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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, August 30. W1ILLI.s .ADAMSO. lnds Co. report: Cheese.-The high rates riling are checking the consumption, andt the market has n? easier tendeoucy. Prime Western sorts brought lid to Is 0(d ; medium togood, O0d to 10td, and inferior qualities at lower rates. Potted Butter.-Only a few casks to hand. Primne brought Is sd to is St. Inferior and pastry sorts 10d to Is 3d. Fresh Butter.-Supplies are now coming forward freely, and pneces were easier to.day. Our best private dairies realised from Is 9s to is 11d. Storekeepers' and collectors' mor. eels ranged from Is ad to Is ;td, accordting to quality. We woul draw the attention of collectors to the importance of packing their butter carefully, a want of attention to this often snking a difference of Id to 2d in the price. Eggs.-Guaranteed lots were in demand at 113d to Is Old. Bacon (country cured), realised 4d1 to 74d, according to quality. t-fns.-W\ quote Old to 9d. Honey.-None coning forwardt. Prices...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. - Wednesday, August 30. THE AUSTRALIAN GRAIN AND PRODUCE COMIPANY report : Breadstuffs.-Since our last report wheat has maintained its price, and we have sold at Tasto T7s ld; and we quote holders reserves at Id to lid above this figure. At 7s 2Id we are prepared to sell and close for 4300 sacks. Flour is finnrm at fi14 to £14 Ifs, according to country and city millers' quotations. Oats.-We appear from the metropolitan press reports to have reduced p.iees con siderably, nevertheless, in opposition to their quotations of 3s td, in bond, we have sold prime oats ex 3'Culloch's bond, at Its Sid : and this fact does not bear out tht statement of the Age, of 3s Gd. Prime Victorian we have sold, this day, at 4s 3d : and we have under offer prime New Zealand milling in bond, at 3s 10d. Marley is in poor demand. W'chavesold to the malisters guood English at ,s 2d ; and for feed purposes we have sold some extensive lines within the past two days at Is Old, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 2 September 1882

Death. CAHILL.-On the 28th ult., at the Melbournoe Hospital, of pneumonia, John Cahill. aged 38 years, eldest son of John Cahill, of Mornington, and dearly beloved husband of Margaret Cahill. of Bairnsdale. Much respected and deeply regretted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

l4Ir Iof4 Itu MNuFIIIle. SI D Nll D tti will be etolvewd untilt nocn of to 'lh Ilurday, Iiho 7th day of Sopotlnlor, . Addhlitions to linmgword?tl aod (loon Nuno ommolllln yntl'd. 2. lraolh tlendar for works i. Dooloy's 11111, \\'y Y'ng roald, lonlo1s and plltorlooitian o no o ho 0 eotn ot tho Hl?iro ollice. .1 lopolst of 10 per oont. In coasl or nmrkell ohl, lllu l rnOu lloonpay reclt t, ,u?r. If. MI ~NOTl, Shire Secretary. . 11111mim! Wt 111 11'u NIh ellllW . CItlttAR'Tt TISN ItIlSt will ho rotivedl 5 until Noon ol TIIItuntnA, the 7th day of Solitomber, for 1. ''h prlivilego of lgrazin sthak on tho lingleo Potit Iteorention leservlo for the 12 monoths, conmlanloing the 7llh dy of Hopitolm. hG? Il, ?1x . i. T'Ihe plvllogo of gratillng stock on tIhe Itolrlndtllu Ilntantlcil hnordonl llosorvo fort ho snore pertod. A olso itdpolst eqtitnl to stx tmontlltch rnlt milst accompany each tlender. Speclellntionllo slhow\llg Il cotllditionl undr wllich thl gral. Ilf rights will Io lot, cla bho...

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OMEO POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. (Before Messrs. Easton and Chauncy, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

OY[E# I'POLICE COIPUIIT, FRIDAY, SIeTEMIeI 1, (lefore Messrs. Easton and Chaunncy, J's.P.) Police v. W. Condon.-- Theo accused (a boy about 11 years of ago) was charged with feloniously stealing and carrying away a bridle, valued at 10s, the property of W. G. Coughlan, grazier, of Hilnnomunjie. William Condon ap peared for his son as nearest friend, and Senior.constablo Sharpe conducted the prosecoution.-W. G. Coughlan de posed : Am a graier residing at Ilinno munjine, anl remenmber Thursday, the 17th August. (On that evening II led a horse to one of my paddocks a mile and a half from mny residence. On returning with the bridle in mny hand, I observed thont a fence around the haystack hadl oino lpanel broken, anlld, havilng no other .Ianiis at hand to mannd it, I tied it up with the bridle quite secuorel. The fence separates my paddock from the Condlons'. There is no thoroughfare thlre, aunt no one but the Condons and my) people havo a right there, On the Sunday following, I went to...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, September 5, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EEnRY TUESDAY. TIIURSD.Y AND SATURDAY MOIuNICG. Bairsdatle; ~ltesdaty, September 5. 1852. tWe are now entering upon another par liamentary week, and we "shall watch anxiously to see if Sir Bryan O'Loghlen males any attempt' to redeem his oft repated pledge of bringing in a measure providing for the necessary works for the permaneunt opening of the Lakes, or whether:lei uillfallw the week to close, and Parliament brought so much nearer its expiration, without the long-looked for bill being introduced. , We have been so discouraged and disgusted with the fast and loose manner in which the Pre mier ias -treated this district and its repreesntntives in the matter, that were it not for the vital importance the carrying ou't of the work is to the whole of Gipps land, and we might say the colony at large, we would allow the question to go by default and trust to a .change of Ministry taking place at an early date, and that the incoming Cabinet would be more consid...

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LEAVES FROM A JOURNALIST'S DIARY. The Stolen Will. CHAPTER IV. THE RACES.—A PAMALIAR FACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

LEAVS'ENI FOIti At J4IOIIXLTS'IT'S DIAlRY. lThe Stololn Will. (JBy ARCHMEDES.) OIIAPTER IV. THlE nAOIOS.-A PAMAIIAII tAOE. The morning of the -- raco moot ing broke bright and glorious, and with the first gleam of the rising sun Walter Pon!lergast was astir, to personally suporintond the grooming and foedinag of Starlight Bess. The lad set his hoeart upon winning the Hluntors' Cup; ho had won it time previous year, and to win it two yoars in succession would obe a feat never accomplished by any one. It was late whoen Lionel emerged from his raoom, and very difl'erent was his appear snco to Walter's. The spring sun, the glorious day, tho ollchirping of tlhe birds, and tile bnustl and oxeitmeont in tihe stable and yards appeared to have no charms for 1him or to aronso any enthnu silosn in his naturo. ]o moved about more lilko a man in a reverie than oone about to rido in thle most imnportant local race of the yoar, and whon his hand stableman, Robin Peacoek, informed him that Thio Abb...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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PROPOSED PONTOON BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

PRblOPOi?EDI PI TI'Otl N I II BRI E. Last week meetings were held at Roder's Wy Yung hotel and at Iogrgy Creek, to agitate for a bridge beiom plnood over thu Mitchell river at Scottvy' hillg,Wy YIug, At both of thesa meet ings it was ducided to menmorialisae the council to eroet n pollntoo bridge, which would aerve'tha douthlo object of provid. ilg umeans for trafllo naroa the Mit chell, not onlly for the,, rsitlelts of the largu district of Wy YTung, hilt a de Salhtlte naeoutlouadltion f very tllll ny of the iunaholnlllta?te lf Ihirlstule. A nuume rouusly iganed lmttoriol will donhtlleuss e ptlaetlutd by s dellpttllton to til- connlell at their turehlg on 'Ilouraday, anti It is to he hoped tlhat the subject wiii he wfaurltly' ulterltaired by olur nulolplal terlaenltatlves, A paointaon hridice pns. aulsses aunsty lhatcltr w hch ero eseoulnlated to eonunoa?t It for apptrwnl,. Whlil pIlh~ll n hq adrljate uIuea fur trttlle, it WhOtl hei? u ll chattl'atel d to open l? in t the ctnl'el t...

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THROUGH WEAL AND THROUGH WOE. CHAPTER VI. TWO YEARS AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

THROUGH . WEAL AND THROUGH WOE. By G. E. C. CIEAPTER VI. TWO YEARS AFTER. (Continued.) It was the day before they were to start for the boarding-school, and Pickles entering her cousins' room, said, gray' ly, "Granny says that we are to go and bid Mrs. Merrel and Miss Di' good-bye." "To-day ?" asked her cousins. "Yes, this afternoon." Lucy looked black and stitched her lace filshu with pouting lips. I hate Mother Di' and Mrs. M. is so terribly slow." " Oh, Lucy," gently remonstrated Edith. "After all her kindness to us --enn reinelner, Isiama loved her,' " Oh, Edith, bhe quiet; I hanto being lectured." Edith sighed. Lucy had sadly changed since her mother's death. It was a lovely afternoon and tlheo girls started early. Leaving the main road they turned off into a narrow winding path, which, leaving tile open country a.t the back, plunged into a thick forest of oaks. The walk was very pretty, for after about ton minutes, they came upon a little brook gurgling with diminutive waterfa...

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BAIRNSDALE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

IBAIINSIJALE RI'IAI .AVIGA 'ION COMPANY. The half-yearly general meeting of shareholders in theoabove company was appointed to be held at Payne's Main Hotel on Saturday morning, but the necessary quorum (20 shareholders) not being present, the chairman, MIr. 0. Swan, at the suggestion of those present, adjourned the meeting till half-past two o'clock at the Commer cial Hotel. -At the appointed time be tween tw\enty and thirty sliarehold!i'a were present, and Mr. Swan having taken the chnii',the minutes of the pre vious half-yearly, meeting were read and confirmed. The directors' report dealt with the attempts of the,direce torate to: purchase a steamer, and the difficulties against which they met at all- points. The directors regret fully referred :t ithe little support the movement had received at the hands of the general public, and suggested the advisability of winding the company up. The report having been adopted, Mr. Swan briefly referred to the exer tions of the directors, an...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

Melbourne Cup, 1882. CONSULTATION-500 Shares at 10s. First Horse ..................... 100 Second Horse..................... 00 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters ......................... 30 Non-starters ..................... ,20 . Address, enclosing stamp for reply and exchange added on cheques, to "EX1LE,? care of L. A. BERNDT. Bairnsdale. -MELBOURNE CU1, 1882. Peeping Tom's Seance. 500 Members at 10s. each. First Horse ....................... .£100 Second Torse ..................... 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 2 Starters divido .................. 30 Non-starters ..................... 20 Less 10 per cent. commission. . Address, by letter only, enclosing stamps or P.O. orders, or if cheques with exchange added, to " Peeping Tom," care of W. II. ~oyner. Main-street, Bairnedain. .Telbourne Cup COnsnIllta tion, 'S2. 6000 % 01EMIERS" at £1 each. 208 S Prizes. First horse, £1100; second horse. £(000; third horse, £00; other starters (divided), £1000; non-starters...

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BAIRNSDALE HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

IAIIINSIlALE HOIISEI PARAIll E, The annual parade of thoroughbred and draught horses, conducted by Messrs. A. Macarthur Co., was held on Saturday, and the turn out of the stud horses of the district was a most credit able one, and bore testimony to the great amount of attention paid hero to the horse-rearing industry. The day at first was dull and cloudy, but mild, and as there were evident signs of the weather proving flue throughout, a very large number of persons from the out lying districts came into town, and by the timea the animals were paraded, the scene in the vicinity of Messrs. A. Mac arthur and Co.'s premises was a very lively and interesting one. Twenty seven horses put in an appearance, and shortly after eleven o'clock the string headed by huis Lordship, the rear being brought up by Shetland pony Commo dore Nutt, went up the street, thence down Main-street, along Service and Nicholson-streets, and by way of Bailey street to the starting point. Great dis, satisfaction w...

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Notice to Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 5 September 1882

Notico to Subcrtbora, \ o or natal thiat am- All-~rlwi' foIl Irimimt~ltlyd t (Juugh Ihu I'u )r1 or loft ~11, Iho)l tiloto( I otluo lit o1ll r that t ho t IiJYilnk 1 nm\ bu Inooud null cp'utlily wwtinod.~

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