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THE GROTTO OF ADELSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

THE GROTTO OF ADELSBURG. The entrance to the caverns is about a mile fromAdelsborg. It is under the charge of die municipality, who fix a regular tariff for guides and iUumination, and keep the grottoes in pro per order. Three men accompanied us, carry ing two candles apiece, while the others went on some distance in front to prepare aad light op tbe principal grottoes. These are four in nnrnitftr- and the nranortions of each were fairly displayed by more than a hundred candles taste fully arranged, which were, however, com pletely thrown into the shade by the bright clear light of the magnesium woe we had taken tbe precaution of bringing with us from Trieste. Tbe efiert of this, more especially in the numerous unilluminated grottoes, was startling and lovely in the extreme. The entrance to the caves is a little way up on the side of a lunestonemomitain, whose strata dip at an angle of about forty-five. Immediately below, the Poite a good-sized stream, enters a low cavern, and reapp...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEW AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

NEW AMERICA. Br Wbujam Hbfwobtu Dhow. Two You. Loaooa: Hobbtasd Bucxm. MrlKxoo has written a very interesting and amasiag book. His style is not £surtleas, aad his idhctioas «re not over profound, bat he is never dull, and we have aoaompanied him through the two voluatfi* of his adven tures without feefiag the caad either long or tedious. The first part of the work is devoted to aa afiooant of the journey to Salt Lake, aad «? reeommend anyone who still retains the laaat fifth in the noble savage, -the atoie of the woods,* to read die aeoarate description of his manners and customs which Mr Dizon has panaatL We learn for the first time of a peculiar we to which he pats his wife. When a prisoner u to be aiercUesftly tortured he is handed over to the squaws, who tear oat bis n*il% break his finger-joints, and pot fire under his feet with a spirit and per severance to which the men of the tribe confess themselves unequal. Bat we regard these preliminary chapters much in the light of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

? Public Notices, ? m VICTOR HARBOR, PORT ELLIOT, AxM GOOLWA TRAMWAY. 11 Chief Secretary's Offioa, Ariilaajj aeptomber5,1866. \'M TTIB EzaeUanoy the GoveBwr-i»-Cbiaf Mafl and Qoolwa Tramway. m ByaojaattaJL - ? ?_? ? ??? -M ? mJ ? bcalb op chabobs. - 1 fPhw ri :fir H i * p is 1 oaoooeooe^r' feteperBtfas ?M 1 ' MaAotafrOiotj&atjga, «Mrisgs «?!*;?* . indttduglshlV 111 »» ma ?»?*»»?»?*£? sin! ajasilBjM ©©©***.*.©--»«?*.*.©?. 525r'JV iH HM M MUOJROav ' jBJ w«i*a»oiaoaDa»ooQ)o-ost. 1 milns ' tB Fort EDksV m oB©a»*s»MMat»»M**woa» 7 miles. 9 ? -— ?-- rSSsis:! o«ooso-a»e-wtaM-a»a»ek&. 12 miles, am ? m 0DAi»-_w£a*aa*ttoiet«B*»Qf). _i«JtaaT^ 9 _ VKtorHarsar M OD©aoflDos»»©o»o»aooD»c.R, 8 miles. 9 ooooio-o-0-ta»»o-oiM-i PortEUiotto 9 VictorHarsor M otaoiMMHuoaoicuofti 5 milgg, -M The above charges include wharfage, loading, Wai unloading. J Efarbtpene* per ton allowed off sbe «$? general rates to persons leading or ualoadugajH own goods at their nsaeetive stores or pmhiH busines...

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A SHARK STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

? ? ? - A SHARK STORY. ♦Good gracious what's that?' This last exclamation of mine was caused by my noticing that something very Urge and very dark was immediately below me in the water, possessing a movement just perceptible by the phosphoric ripple. * It's a horrid, great ground shark,' said my companion, with a shudder, 'look at his fin/ There sure enough was his fin, just raising above the water at that moment, and then his whole hideous outline was made out dearly, the immense head, pointed nose, and huge waring pectoral fins. ' Ugh 1 what a brute ?- was my exclamation, followed up by the apropos reflection, ' and we've been bath* ing here, too/ * Let's have the shark hook up,' said my friend, 'and we may catch him/ We accordingly had it up, and duly baited ready for putting over. But we had passed the word down the gunroom and berth of what had happened, and the sending for the shark hook was enough warning to the blue-jackets as had not gone to bed, so that we soon had a goodl...

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BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

BUSHEANG1NG IN NEW SOUTH Abort 6 o'clock ob Friday morning, twor»en,of wi^n^isUtUeoriiod^btaiatoiiewtbebu6li. ran«r CammiDga, snd the other John Poran, entered J^ W of ifaE/tock's publichouse. at Dirty 8wamp. Cummings asked for a glass of PWtwin^ and. was Swd fefMr Lock, who left the taeakfcrt taUe so attend unon them. Cummings then asked Foraa fh!?heruidtave.aadl«v^. 'Port wine, atofc- Mr Lock turned to serve him, and m an --»£»* found himself covered with revolvers, Fonn holding one in each band, and Cummings presenting one at ?.-_ itk». «k«n n^Unut him to throw up his arms mm* a B*wv »ii'»t vm ? - — — ? - m — or they would shewt him, Cummings remaining ou «m*rd. Foran went to the door of tbe dining-room, ind ordered every one at the toble to come out Then were present three travellers, besides Mr Ridge and Mr Inglesole, who were all compelled to go outside tbe house, where they wen bailed up against a fence. CummtDga then ordered Mr Locke to come out from behind tie bar, saying, ...

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A DIVER'S TOILET. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

A DIVEE'S TOILET. The Times gives the following account of the manner in which the direr performed his toilet in the Regent's Park on the occasion of the breaking of the ice in January last, when so many lives were lost : — ' MThe diver first removed his shoes, and then drew on two pairs of long white woollen stockings reaching nearly to his hips, and pulled a thick shirt of corresponding material over his shoulders and all his Pidi nary clothes. Flannel knee-breeches kept the other garments comfortably together; and the addition of a red nightcap doubled com pleted the likeness to one of the white-jacketed sailors that figure largely in Dutch sea pieces. The diving dress proper was next assumed. Take two of the stoutest waterproof capes, and sow a sheet of india-rubber between — that is the material ; draw it on like a sack for running races in, sare that each leg has its own separate pouch to fit into, instead of one common Back for both feet — and that is the shape. Heavy boots, ...

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LUNCHEON TO CAPTAIN EASTON AT PORT VICTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

LUNCHEON ; TO^MTON-BiSTON ESaU M *,*** * «* rift* tfcp**«* to Ei dotted «t; ** ***** JP ?*?**»* t™. ««* «A«HW**t: «J fort Vie***** ti-. Ejllng fatwsMf *& P«* «f *»? awttb. , W»*tt h£ eoa^UnaaM «r twogtarthmeft onnium fetaly emmets* wKhtbe eoearaereiaj ^eveltpneftt irtbtPKt T^rrhftidBaMyvMeHodk the r%$fc Mbitity of pfoAdinji »'lvptt^.to (^uemolwttk tht {rant, erf.W^eh\to/mi^ve/^t^;;ni* iwaioa But* viA: f»iohenb%T», we» specially rite*. The i««ttrtiw»v eaMraeto. «*of or., tne idiDS- {ahftMteatr «T Mm and Port Klltot, unbaring abort GO, or inore. The luncheon to rved up in the wheat store 'known as Clark and rim's, and presented ft gay arid imposing, effiot m the pisntHW display of green foliage and iwen whieb traoefelly ?domed the interior of the lilding. The tables were tastefully arranged, -sad ? vianda reflected the greatest credit on tho fair Atren, in whose pniat »t would: to difficult to cak too bighif* The chair wiu occupied by 6. F. ittrie, Sife.&Mf *» wboae »g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

THE SOUTHERN AR6U8 AW StrathalbyB, WWfcUguM, Metes*, Laug taaft Creek, Wooaeh ester, MjatttBatasfrtehuBga, mBBvBle, TMki^Dkk Rapid Bay* v*f*~ fit fit1 EssovBtoriay* YBntorHarsar, FertEttst, MuUav Urn, Canseey Ornk, Ooe»w*7aW RIVER MURRAY AfWElCTISER, ? Weakly Journal or Km, fiatftfas. Mi Utasatafa. Haa» OBsfcoasi FBEELINO-STREBi; ftpRT ELLIOT. Its*, or /j'%gg|fcfr «? ?M-H Per Quarter,' 4*ft yev BMnsslRaSj Ss, j pifllMHi 16*.; orp«rMijjUa-inr,4a- 1 n\ 1 — : iti ? ADyEBTIfINO flKARaSS, W Orten tat Advertisements, SBbteriptloat, or lob Prating wffl be received by say of tb« Local Agents, or at tbs &s*lUm 4rfw Oftees, Fretting ?Met, Ityt^Wot The Seal, of Charges for advertising la the Striker* ArguM Is u follows:— For ibeffrstafB twee .1 ... 64. par Has For every additional lins ... 4d. ' V Whew Woodcuts ays ased, or Aitirtbwti an DbjAsvaa fa Faaey Tv|si, In lisa of At ?tor* rates, spaes wfll bo charged rsrttras :— For tbs first inch ... ... ... St. For .very additional Jack ......

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CORRESPONDENCE. CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SOUTHERN ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. CAYALRr VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOB OF THE SMCTHEKX AKGTS. Sir — In a recent number of the i-o.ttneru A.igu* I noticed a letter signed 'A VoW.uteer,' and pur porting to bo written by a private in Captain Kanfcme's Troop of Cava'ry, in which that t-f5cjr is charged with having disobeyed th-. orders of Major HigJio?, Iks superior officer, 1 have ea dcavored to -iiseover the author cf this letter nit'i tl.c intention (if he ia a member of the v.'lantcer force) of rec^miDendiiiff bis dismissal from tl:e force for making false accusations agrin-t his fiupcri'ir, aud I should not have Uken any other s -.-p* in tu-s mat'er had I not seen in au article liT.ded ** C*va!ry Drill' in your la»t wsue, an allusion made to the saws snhjtct, which I tliink calls fjr s Kue remark* from me. Captaiu Eankiue, on tbe cccas-un rAerr A to, acted in accordance with my instrust'ons and disobeyed no order of bis snpvrior. It n-st* ti st:i the Colonel commanding the 'forse and n-4 with the offic...

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LAW COURTS. GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. FULL JURISDICTION. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. [Before Mr B. F. Laurie, S.M., Dr. Taylor, J.P., and Major T. W. Higgins, J.P.] CUMMING T. LODER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 May 1867

LAW COURTS GOOLWA LOCAL COURT. FL'M. JUKlSXMCrlOM. [Before Mr B. F. 1-aurie, S.M., Dr. Taylor, J.P.,and Major T. W. Higgins, J.P.] CUMMIKQ V. LoDEB. This was a charge for assault, and defendant pleaded guilty, but stated the plaintiff |had abused him and had been telling tales agaiust him to his master. Tho Bench inflicted a fine of 10s., aud coats 20s., remarking tbat he had no right to take the law into bis own hand?, but had a remedy by bringing an action for blinder. Rickabt v. Dove. This was a case under the Masters' and Servants' Act, thi plaintiff chnvgiug the defendant with neglect of duty and absence from service uader a written agreement for 12 months. — 'Rickaby being swim 'deposed tbat he engaged defendant aa a fartn servant, but he found be knew litile about general farm work. He was very idle. On one occasion, when plaintiff was working in 'be same field, defendant weut over ou the other E-ido of the - hill aud Had a f pelt, keeping the bulic-ks and driver at a standst...

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MACCLLSFIELD. MONDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

MACCLESFIELD. Moxbav, May 6. Present— Messrs Graham. Barker, and Austin. Account rendered by T. Cho&t for repairs, Bugle Kanges (£1 IUs). Passed for payment. Chairman reported that work done by J. Abbott ami J. Atkiueon, in tlie Long- Valley, not done satisfactorily. i'onndkeeper to be requested to inform the Council what course he intends to pursue in reference to Ranger's fees, as ihe Hanger lias refused to act under existing circumstances. 1'- C'Jiicorau applied for £10, on account of con tract at Aastin's Jiridge. Amouut of £5 to be paid if the Inspector approves of it. All arrears of rates to be sued for immediately.

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PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA. SATURDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA, *-ATfKDAY, May 4. Present — All the members. A certificate was received from Mr Hamilton for £109 is. expended on repairs of Laurie's Hill. The Clerk was desired to forward the same to the Crown Lauds Office, and request that credit may he allowed for tbe amouut out of tbe Parliamentary vote of £250. Mr M. Moore's tender was accepted for the new ferry boat at £15, the work to be dune to the satis faction of Mr Dutton and the ferryman. Letter read from Mr Jolly, complaining of tbe uiunage aone to tne windows ot the school premises, during his absence. Tlie Council resolved to offer £2 reward for the detection of the offenders. It was also further resolved that Mr Trigg be requested to repair the loof of the building. Letter received from Thomas Laugbton calling attention to the very had state of the road between Mr Harvey's Sections, on the l-'iimlss, leading- to the new bridge near View Bank. The Clerk was desired to communicate with the Central lioad Board. ...

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STRATHALBYN. FRIDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

STRATHALUYN. Finn ay, May 10. Present — All the members. Grant in aid received from the Government in aid of rates and private subscriptions, £423 2s. Cd. Clerk to apply to Kondopariuga District Council for anwunt promised by them on new bridge at Springs. Mr Gardner wrote suggesting repairs of road lead ing to Giies's Flat. Mr Nutt to fence approaches to North Parade Bridge. Receipts, £4e4 11s. 10d.; disbursements, £U7 17s. Od.

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NOARLUNGA. MONDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

NOATtLUNGA. Monday, I Mat I:). Present — Mr \V. Oliver (Chairman), Messrs G. Yates, J. Jarred, and P. Luml). Cferk reported rates received, £7 10s. Letter from Mr W. Martin, stating that he had no objection to tbe Druid meetings being held iu his schoalroom. Letter from Crown Lands Office respecting the appointment of Dr. Smaies as medical attendant to destitute sick. The Clerk to reply, explaining the circumstances. Memorial received from a number of ratcpavers. asking for the opening of roads between Sections 1 102 and 112. The Clerk to give Mr Gribble diio j notice to open the road in question. - Letter from Mr Hall, calling attention io the need of repairs ou valleys on schoolroom roof. The Clerk to attend to the matter. Messrs Galloway and Clark applied to Lave wattles spread on sandhill, north side of jetty. Dimensions to be obtained beiore next meeting.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. ENCOUNTER BAY. MONDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. ENCOUNTER BAY. Mokday, May 6 Tbe Chairman stated he had an interview with ihe Surveyor, and hoped survey and notices for deviation of road through Section I2G would be completed that day. The Chairman and Mr Allen were reguested to point out trees to be removed from road passing Sec tion 177; also, watercourse and spoon-drain on same rofld, aud the Clerk to call for tenders. Foot bridge, Section 130G, Waitpinga, completed. The Clerk iiad served legal notices for rates. If not paid he was ordered to take further lesal steps. Mr Polkinghorne was requested to arrange for certain repairs c? road, near Victoria Bridge,l-uck- nest Gully, aud Ken-land. Hill, to prevent damage to \ road by water-wash. ] Mr Maslin reported Mr Nettle's contract for two | culverts and catch drain on road through Section 125 completed ; also, that Mr D. Evan's contract for approaches to bridge near Mx A'tenborough's was completed. Approved. Mr Masliu wm i .-quested to expand about £3 to ii» p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

Government Advertisements. SALE OF CKOWN LANDS, Thursday, Mat 30, 1867. Crown Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide, April 23, 1867. NOTICE is hereby given that the Lease of One Square Mile, being the north-east portion of the Reserve at Ral Ral, River Murray, as per plan to be seen in office of the Surveyor-General, at Adelaide, will be offered for salo by public auction, immediately after the Land Sale to be held at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 30th day of May, 1867. The lessee will be required, under penalty of forfeiture of lease, to erect upon the land, withiu six months from the commencement of term, a house suitable for the accommodatiou of travellers, and no lease will be issued until such house has been so erected and certified by the Surveyor-General, or an officer deputed by him, to be fit and proper for the purpose intended. All improvements on the land to be kept and delivered at the expiry of the term in good repair. No right to purchase the land will b...

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BUILDING MATERIALS. RETAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

BUILDING MATERIALS. BETA1L. £ s. d Deals, 9X3 ? 0 0 ?} Do, sawn, extra each cut ? 0 0 it'h Do, 11 X 3, solid ? 0 0 H.J Do, do, sawn each cut ? 0 0 0J Battens, 7 X 3, solid ? 0 0 5 Do, do, each cut ? 0 0 O.J Cedar Board, per foot super ? 0 0 8i Flooring Boards, T & G, G X 1 fc — 0 0 2§ Stringy Bark, 3 X 2, lid, ^ 1UU ... 0 10 0 Do., 4~X 2, q» 100 ...' ? 0 14 0 Do, 4 X 3 ? 0 17 0 Do, 6 X I, l£d ? 0 12 0 Zinc^cwt ? 2 10 0 Galvanized Iron, ^ cwt, ... 30s to 2 2 0 Spouting, half round, q^ foot, iid to 0 0 G Do, OG, ^ foot, ? 7d to 0 0 8 Lime ^ bushel at the kiln ? 0 10 Do, do delivered ? 0 10 Palings, 5 feet, Launceston ... ... 1 5 0 Do do, Hobarton ? I 3 0 Laths, 3 feet, \y 1,000 ? 110 Do, 3 feet G inches, do ? 14 0 Cement, Portland ? 35s to 2 2 0 Slates, 24 X 12,^1,000 ? 17 0 0 Bricks, per 1,000 at ibe kiln ? 2 10 0

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CAVALRY DRILL.—No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

CAVALRY DRILL.— No. 3. In the dialogue which proceeded this paper occasion was taken to hint {en badinage as the best monitor) at various prevailing blemishes in wba* pertains to the troop, its accoutrements, and field equipage ; to remark by way of episode upon cert-' in matters almost partaking of slight towards it by junior appointments made over it ; to anticipate the review by seasonable bints oa topics calculated to keep us up to the mark when on the field, and men ami horses in heart and condition ou their way thither; to create esprit de corps, which shall give us one and all firm resolution to compete with diiigeuce and animation for such a share in the honors of the coining day as may maintain our title to be No. 1 Troop, not only by seniority of enrolment, but in efficiency on duty. The last paper was rather incidental than sys tematic ; but I now must endeavor seriously to put on the filial polish. Woe then to the trooper who, as the divisions pass at exact distances and...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. It is reported that a terrible railway accident occurred near the Nikitino station on the Moscow line. In turning a shert curve a part of the train ran off the rails, and eight carriages were precipi tated down an embankment 50 feet high. About 30 persons were killed, and more than 100 received serious injuries. The Rein York Times states that on the explosion of a boiler in the passenger boat David White, on the Mississinni. nn the 18th Fubruarv. near Columbia, 225 miles south of Memphis, many of the passengers and crew were blown 100 feet into the air. The clerk of the boat reports 65 passengers killed. An affecting ceremony took place a few days back at the military school of St. Cyr, on the occasion of the burial cf a pupil, a young Pole named Boguski, aged only 20, who had died from the effects of a wound received three Years back in the Polish insur rection, in which he 'took part. At the battle of Kasialck he fell, struck with a sabre cut, a lance thrust, and t...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 May 1867

MONTHLY CALENDAR. Phases of the Moox. New Moon — Saturday, May 4, 4 55 p.m. First Quarter— Saturday, May 11, 7.19 a.m. Full Moon — Saturday, May 18. 11.7 p.m. Last Quarter — Monday, May 27, 2.37 a.m. MAY. Sck. Moos. I 2 Days of the ^ £-*;. | Rises. Sets. C Week. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. 12 Sunday ? 6 50 5 i 1 38 0 17 13 Monday ? G 50 5 3 ; 2 14 1 18 14 Tuesday .... G 51 5 2 2 49 2 IS 15 Wednesday G 52 5 1 3 23 3 16 16 Thursday... G 52 5 0 3 57 4 13 17 Friday ? 6 53 5 0 4 32 5 9 18 Saturday .. 6 54 4 59 5 10 6 5 18 Sunday ? 6 54 4 5S 5 50 6 59 20 Monday ? G 55 4 57 G 32 7 51 21 Tuesday.... 6 56 4 50 7 18 8 42 22 Wednesday 6 57 4 55 8 7 9 29 23 Thursday... G 57 4 55 8 58 10 14 24 Friday ? G5S 4 54 9 50 10 55 25 Saturday... G 59 4 53 10 45 1134 26 Sunday ? 7 0 4 52 11 41 p.m. 27 Monday ? 7 0 4 52 a.m. 0 46 28 Tuesday .... 7 1 4 51 0 39 1 22 --9 Wednesday. 7 2 4 50 1 39 1 57 3d Thursday.'.. 7 2 4 50 2 41 2 35 31 Friday ? 7 3 4 49 3 4C 3 16 JUNE. 1 Saturday ... 7 4 4 49 4 53 4 1 2 Sunday'.......

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