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PRUNING HYDRANGEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

PRUN'ING HYDRANGEA8. There are two very distinot species of the hydrangea in cultivation, sad they require different treatment in t rder to secure blooms. The older of the two is known as the " Garden Hydrangea," (H. horteasis) and is a half haray, lot~growmig shrub with very large, oval-shapea leaves and large head'et pnmk,-white, or bluish flowers. These are produced mainly from the terminal buds of-the previousiseason's growth, and if these are pruned away the plants will rarely blcom. The other and more recently introduced species comes from Japan under the name of H. pati culata grandifora .lt is a large, tall-growing shrub and quite hardy, with the white flowers in immense panicled racemes, and these are always produced on the young growth --of-the season toonsequentlysee-ere spring pruning insures vigorous growth and plenty of flowers the latter part of summer.

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FARM AND GARDEN. HOW TURPENTINE IS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

FARM AND GARDEN. HOW TUBPENTINE IS MADE. d Throughout the entire long-leaved pine region of the Southern States of America, the work of gathering turpentine affords a means of livelihood for a considerable por tion of the population. Beginning in the epring the trees are "boxed," which a operation consists in making an incision in the trunk, at about three feet from the ground, of sufficient capacity to hold a E quart or more of the oil. Just above the box a slight portion of the bark is re moved to expose the surface of the wood, this scoring being in V-shape with the point down toward the box so that.the exudations will drip into that. As many tie a are thus prepared as the operator can attend to through the season and are then h fr for the oil to gather-. At the end of a week, if the weather has been good-the exndations being much more rapid in warm I weather than when it is cool-it will be necessary to remove another strip of bark and so expose a fresh surface. The work of the s...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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TASMANIA. The Garden Isle. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

TASMANIA. The Garden Isle. As each recurrent year brings round the scorching days of midsummer, the mind of the average Australian who is blessed with a sufficiency of this world's goods to be able to enjoy an annual holiday, turns to thoughts of where that holiday shall be spent. Foremost amongst the localities that invite his attention alike for facility of access, moderate cost of transit, and picturesque beauty, stands the lovely island hanging like a jewelled pendant` from the breast of the Australian continent, fair, fairest, exquisite Tasmania ! Crossing Over. Thanks to the splendid service providedc for the travelling public by the Union Steamship Company with its fleet of nearly I sixty fine boats, the tourist is enabled to t 'visit this southern psradise at a minimum t !of cost ani a maximum of comfort, and I trifling, indeed, is the time deduced from the sum total of his holiday by the actual passage across Bass's Strait. He leaves the Queen's Wharf, Melbourne, say by tha...

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WINNING A WIFE IN AUSTRALIA. A ROMANCE OF TO-DAY. Published by special arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock and Bowden, Limited. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER. I. HOW IMPRESSIONS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

WhIII A WFF IN AUSTRALIA, A ROMIANCE OF TO-DAY. s BY A. DONNISON. *1 Published by special arrangement with Messrs. Ward, Lock and Bowden, Limited.' [ALL BIGHTB BEEIBVED.]1 CHAPTER I. HOW IMPRESSIONS ARE MADE. Go, Messenger of mine, and tell¬ How empty is alt Lite until soft Love Comes gently in the heart to dwell, To calm its yearnings, till is reigns above. For unstill'd longing ever grows, Filling the soul with wishful dream that lives In strange, sweet Hope, which comes and goes, t Full of the promise that fulfilment gives. Yet, wake not now her unstirr'd soul, For all too soon Love's kindly touch draws t near O'ershadowing womanhood-the goal Of that sweet maidenhood I hoed so dear. -A. DoNNIsoN. Just as the time approached for the North 8hore steamer to leave the Circular Quay, one of those light evening showers-so comn- I mon in Sydney-began to fall, and tended to hasten the steps of passengers. Among them was a gtntleman, Arthur Oglivy 4y 9 name, who had arrived at teat age wh...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

M _ ýte _ I; - Madit al:. AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM A WELL-MOWN SPECIALIST, DR. LLEWELLTN, who is duly Qualitied andd Reg-lstered, is aware that by diepartin :rrom the suan! routine practice and de s oting hims-ii elxlusi iiy t a special branch, which ho nag co e for somne time, ae is not strictly following the paths of }ro.i-i-eical eticuette, but, as a considerable body cf the profis ion a-e still deposed to stand coldly- al o frim anyrins of their numnber who acquires p ipul..iiy in thel treat ment of certain ailments an:d is r-i e a Medical Specialist, ho does not he-ilcae to r<o- t to schat he conlS dere legiti:nmate mearnas: ir -the pur ou 'of d-aeas ltg cynical criticism, and of securi:, as far as he is aIle the confidence of tt.e I-n-l c. It is assuredly better to seek assisarce- fro:t the qualified practitioner In preference to toe quace. The true desiynation of quarciery belongs to those ehamelees adveitureis who, w-i:hout. a particle of medi.cal knowledge or a...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

NEWS AND NOTES. HELD OvR.-COurrespondence and other items from Digger's Rest. OuR FOURTH PAas.-Notes on farm ing will be found on our fourth page. RETIREMENT OF MR WEATIIEIIALL. Much surprise was expressed by the townspeople when the news spread that Mr Weatherall, station master, had tendered his resignation to the Railway Department, after 24 years' service. Mr Weatherall during his sojourn here, extending over twelve months by his obliging and unassuming manner won the esteem and appreciation of the general public. It is his intention, we learn, to remove to the Lilydale district, where he will take up land, and intends to go in for farming. Mr Weatherall left the department on Tuesday, and Mr Molomby of the Railway staff, is in charge. CRICKET ACCIDN ST.-A young ellow, named G. Farrelly, of Lancefield Juinc tion, met with a nasty aecident on Foundation Day while alking part in a match at Sunbury' against'the Juniors. He was fielding and tuirning sharply to snap a ball passing im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

WANTED. J LDERLY AtAN wants situation. Gardener, able to milk, and generally tiseful ; References ; Tools. 5s per week, Apply, A. BUTLER. AX N T L L, t, buy n good second hand DOG GART. Must be ciheap.-Apply News Office, Sunbury. 1) NOT encourage town travellers f r Prulning orders, but support the 10cl whffi t. whiuh spends irs mouey in tur ing . hie town ilon mereiv ianrt your nioney witiiuut hIelping yo-r disatki. Public Notiecs. LYNCH MERRY REVELLERS. To Niour ! ToNIGHT! I SVa ried and Attrartivn Programme by the OLD AVoiUoT::s. Dance to follow. Admnission-C ,cert, Is; Single (con cert and ball), 1is Ei; lDouole do, ?. 61. NOTI C E. A PPLICATIONS are Invited li the Trustees of the Sunbury Cemetery Trust, up to 3 o'clock p.m. ot Monday, the 5th prox. ( fehruary), from persins dcsirous to act as Caretaker. Personal refere ces indispensable. ljor particulars, apply to :li CLu it soN, or to the undersigned,. front whsiin furors of application may be obtetned. Any application not nec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

Business. ALFAED BUTLER, PRACTICAL Boot aiil Shoe Maker, (Lae Foreman, F. Qural7s London). O'SIHANASST STRisiýT, SUN 3RY. rep ars eatily c recidid Chargesmodernk. W. CLAYTON, Painter, Paprhag2' -:1 r L.`ii _1.v Al tmde materials kept on hand at 111LEhOURLE PRICE, o St&TIMATE.S GI :Eii O'Sli anassy Street, SUNBUýY. .T R. BEARI)ALL, .aUILDEnR _ CONTRACTOR, CARPE FTER &8 JOiNER. Estiuiatesgivei for all kinds of work. Orders promptly attended to. BROOK BSTREET, ;ýU sBVTRY Chaar les Daniel, CCRDtAL MANUFACTURER, ;UýLi;S T14. SURROUfIDING DISTRIGt He t-iATED WATERS OF THE BEST QUpftliTY. a.le)O: )E, Gius nGr--LE, SODA--WTICR. 1FACTUORY,-OAKLANDS ROAD, B Ui I A. " Fo!Iow thei Footsteps of the Wise," And S VE MONR.Y h:buy ine your Clothing 'to ýsseasure-or Ready-made,and UIOTS &SHOES Iron LINCOLN. STUART & CO. Ltd., -233 FLIN DERS ST., MELBOURNE. We nimke Our Suit"at Capital Suits, to: 3leasure, from .:4 is made from b st All-wool Trous i .D 's. . Materials, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

;"":~i , 1Jesari tiara-(4·s JOB. PRINTI:NG EXECUTED CAR-EFULLY AND WITH DISPATCU. Business. SUPPORT LOCAL TRADESMEN WHEN YOU CAN. ~I% ný· - r .?---------...-....-................ ./r- ........ ^r ~ k C)ý2 A I Published every Saturday . 1 I It> is the leading advertising Medithumnof , SSURROUNDING DISTRICT LARGELY OIRCULATED IN THE ELECTORATE i * . . t.::::: ::r~·l: The Proprietors OILICIT the patronage of the -Districts-thrcuogh which the e -~ -. , ' . - IRPCULATES, and bg to in %J . timate that all orcersfo TRINTING entrusted to Us are r executed in good. style, at ooderate rates, and with despatch. TANDY andA Plain Printing i F all Colors of Paper Lind Ink. CUCTION Bills & Posters in all Colors of the Rainbow. ARTISTIC Work in1 Gold, 4 Silver or Bronze. ¾H B Only Local Advertising YIJYledium in the District. E ask for a trial, and respect fully submit that you car not help ygur dlistrict's progress better than by supporting its locally estab · Jished Press. Increase the...

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PAPER CAR WHEELS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

PAPER CAR WHEELS IN AMERIGA. On all the first-classe passenger cars paper wheels are used. The paper wheel consists of a paper core, or centre, between two steel plates one-fourtb inch thick, bolted together through one flange on the iron hub and another on the steel tire, the flanges being on opposite sides of the wheel, so that the core cannot get out of place. The paper used consists of good straw board. The sheets of millboard are laid on table in piles, and have their upper surfaces pasted by boys, with ordinary flour paste. They are piled in lots of thirteen, and an unpasted sheet is put between the lots, so that the mass of paper readily falls apart into slabs a quarter of an inch thick in the drying room after coming from the hydraulic press. - Several of the slabs are then pasted together, put under hydraulic pressure of 2,000 pounds to the square inch and dried for a week or so at a temperature of about 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This is repeated untilthe resulting blocks con...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

THE LADIES' COLUMN. The Halford Toilet is a very stylish out door morning toilet, which represents one of the newest modes in coats and skirts. £he skirt is of serge, cut in five gores and made quite plain, the only aecoratiun being rows of machine stitchming above the hem and at each seam. The coat is made of tancy plid coth associated with veuvet of the deepest shade in the plaid, and silk of the lightest shade. The coat is made with pleats below the waist at the back, and the fronts, which are rounded ol aelow the waist, are turned bach with huge velvet revers faced with silk opening upon a short pointed vest front surmounted by a roll velvet collar. The sleteves are cut very wide on the shoulders and draped irom tnence to the elbows, from which to the wrist the sleeves are tight-fitting. The New hedingote Toiet.-One of the newest styles for out-door wear is in diagonal cloth, velvet, and astraohan com bined. The edlrngote is cut according to the princess style, and opens with sh...

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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of subscribers and the general public was held immedi ately aficr the conmuittee meeting, and Mr P. Eadie was voted to the chair. There were only 16 present. The minutes were read and con firmed. BALANCE SHEET. The hon. secretary (Mr HI. C. Just) submitted the balance for the year ending 1893. The receipts included a credit balance from 1892, of £91 3s; (iovernment grant, £27 5s 7d; subscrip tions, £14 14s : hire of hall, &c,, £48 5s ; net proceeds of entertainment, £16. The principal items of expenditure were, purchase of books, £39 12s 7d, and canretaker's salary, £24. The magnifi cent credit balance of £117 Gs 7d has been brought forward to 1894. The balance sheet was unanimously adopted, on the motion of Messrs Kurrle and Mounsey. AUDITORS. An unanimous vote of thanks was passed to the auditors (Messrs Dunn and Maconochic) for the satisfactory manner in which they carried out their duties, on the motion of Messrs Just and Starkie. Mr Mo...

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ARIVERSIDE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

A RIVERSIDE vill ROMANCE. ver and Lying at the foot of the Berkshire hea downs there is a village which, a few doc years ago, was still unspoiled by the roo river tourist, unsought by the searching roe eye of the camera. Now and then a skiff full of men from Oxford, very clo young and very partially clothed, would eome swinging down the river. They am would put up for the night at the pretty little rose-colored inn facing the lauding mc stage, or would erect a most uncomfort- th( able-looking tent on the island by the gel old mill ; but pleasure boats were comrn- ev paratively few then in those waters, and the house-boats were practically ntknown. So it happened one sunny morning in sit June that the most of the idle inhabi- th, tants of the village were assembled on ho the long, picturesque wooden bridge to toj watch the house-boat, called the Meadow la( Sweet, towed to her mooring just below as the weir. Kow, a house-boat has many ea advantages, but no one can plead for it th that...

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FREE HOLDINVESTMENT AND BANKING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

FREE11O1DINVESTMENTANTý i RANKINGi COMPANY, . There was a lively meeting at the Atheruenm Hall, Melbourne, on Mon day afternoon, when, in pursuance of an order made by Mr Justice Holroyd, the depositors and other creditors of the Freehold Investment and Banking Com pany (in liquidation) were called upon to decide whether they would agree to a proposed compromise with Mr Janmes Balfour, M.L.C., a former director of the company. Mr Balfour was the only one of the late directors who is able to financiatlly respond to the claims of the company for the recovery of dividends alleged to have been improperly paid out of capital. and negotiations led to an offer by Mr Balfour to pay £5000 in instalments, extending over nearly ten years. This offer the liquidators advised the creditors to accept. and the advice was backed up at the meeting on Mon day by Sir Frederick Sarzood, Rev. Alex. Hardie. Mr Andrew Harper. and others. A large number of those present were, however, hostile to the comprom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

IMPORTANT NOTICE. C OTO I ST 30 PER CENT, off Present Prices, tis.: 8 New List. Old List. .r~~ e . d. A e. d. COOKING STOVES. No. ... ... 2 9 0 3 10 0 No. 2... ... 3 8 0 4 10 0 WHY PAY MORE when you can get No. 3 ... ... 3 17 0 5 10 0 METTIRS' OVENS No 3 ... ... 6 19 0 8 10 0 No.4 ... ... 7 0 0 10 0 0 No. 5 ...... 7 7 0 1010 0 No. 6 ...... 8 1 0 11100 METTERS BROS. beg to inform the pub lio that owing to unscrupulous pirating of their ovens they believe many intending purchbasers have had other and inferior makes supplied to them. To stop this we have de cided to supply the public at LEdB THAN WHOLESALE PBICE FOR CASH, and have REDUCED our PRICES 30 PER CENT,, as above. METTERS BROS., IMPROVED OVEN. 269 PosE OFFICE PLACE, MELBOURNE. THaE MYSTERIES OF A LUMP OF CoAL. For years no oe hatS supposed t bat a lump of soft coal, dog from its mine or bed in th. earth, possessed any other purpose than that of fnet. It was uext found that it would afford a gas that was combustible. Cnemical a...

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1894. (Before Messrs Clarkson and M'Mahon, J's.P.,) LARCENY AS A BAILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

SUNBURY. POLICE COURrT. FRIDAY, Ea1RLAtY 2, 1894. (Before Messrs Clarkson and M'Mahon, J's.P.,) LARCENY AS A BAILEE. G, Peterson was charge 1, on remand, wii h. the larceny of the proceeds of the sale cf 11 turkeys, the property of Martin O'Brien, farmer, of Digger's Rest. The evidence adduced by Martin O'Brien andl Mary O'Brien went to show that tie prisoner was given 13 pair of turkeys to take to Melbourne. One pair was to be left at Mrs Urie's, Wellington Street, Fiemington, for Mr McPhail, and the balance to be taken to Grey Bros'. auction rooms to be sold. He was to receive is per pair for taking them down. His instructions were to receive no money for the sale, but to ?et a sale note, and request Grey Bros., o forward on the amount of the sale by eheqie, to Martin O'Brien. The turkeys were to be sold at 12s per pair. Prisoner did not carry out the instruc tions given him, but took the 11 pairs ýf turkeys to Barrow Bros'. auction rooms, had them sold, and retained the money. Pr...

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DEATH OF MRS SNODGRASS. MEMORIAL SERVICE AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 3 February 1894

DEATH OF MRS SNOD GRASS. MARY'S CHURCH. An unuisually large congaregation was   present at St Marys Church of England   Sunburyon Sunday evening last,     a memorial service was conducted by the Rev. W . C.Ford. Several appro   priate hym'nsn were renered by the choir, aand the Death March (Saul) was played by the organist, the congreation stand     ing during its rendition. The church was trastfully draped in black. The     Rev W.C Ford preached the following   eloquent and impressive sermon,taking     for his text. St Matt XXNI 42 Thy   Will be done. There are two kinds of resignation. One is the Stoical. It is the calm, recognition and acceptance of the inevitable. All has been done to anticipate or to wiard off the dr-'aded evert. But at'last it has coiue.. There was no way of averting it. There was no wayi of co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 February 1894

N. WIMBLE, Late Secrtary for Landa and Bogistrar of Land Tax), V lner, Lend, Estatea, fnanolal, and Seleotor? ' ~ent, 311 COLLINS UTBE T, EIBLBOUBNEB. Crow TOenanta' and Appellants Busineas Promptly Atteondod to. Trust MoneyL TO LEND t?itlarge %ad small gams from £100 to A£20,000 q- approved was amd iatlui gild ar1di.uktalb faa= LX2~ li2. kwlli'~~za it,~·~l~_,4ti EC~~~p 0 IN,yV - TO B B IATdiNTS . oQtainedgin Coloatis sdleluwhere toil,. p:'oTd methods or appliances, tolu, &a oUS sany de criptioln. .. . Fuil inforartiot, Costay to, moat on appl?, cation to A. o. SAOHSE( .& L "WOZLD;" Patats and Trade :1[auS Omea Coxins OOLLL ra WILLIAa S?Qt' 71 USE ONLY PLORID.x WATER FLUD Y IATNE tites at

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THE BEAUTY OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 February 1894

THE BEAUTY OF IT. Some men never grow tired of admiring their .wives, and one of these whose wife was a handsome girl, was recently showing a friend of his a new house they had just moved into. "I can't say I admire the house," said the friend candidly, as they looked at it from the front gate. ," Well, there's one beauty about it," said the owner. " Where P" "On the inside." " Wlhat is it P" ," My wife," and after that it seemed to the friend that the whole place was beauti ful.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BENDIGO TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 10 February 1894

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. -DEYDIGO TO MIELBOURrE. ___ I F%; I ml 1r~ m' I ir SJn'deo 6.101.2.0 3.15 7.20 Golden Square 6. t12.3 -3.15 7.23 Kniroo- Flat 6.712.7 .270 ¶ kmaveinswoodl .. i 12 " lLbýcourt. .. .50 12.4 3 Catre.nc 7.0 .5 1. S Cute )deli 7.5 12. 1.~10' 8.10 Chluwrton -..7 14 2 ]lJhinstone 7.241 1.1 p 3i2 ¶ ainlae ... 7.4 1.25 1 41 8.47 Madrnshusry . 43 1.35 '-.52 8.57 Redesdile Junu .. Ql ¶ ¶ Isya0-on.7 I' art . . 1 5 9.12 Grarlsuhe 6.8 ... .1 .).0 " " Woucude tO . 80 222 5.38 9.42 Macedon i S.0 3.40 *)0 23 Giisborne 7.24 2.41 5.55 9.57 Riddell's Creek 7.36'... 2 .5t.6 .07 Laucefiid Jun 75 3 3.i17) Sunhbr S.10 9.10 3.1. 6/.32 0.30 Digger's Rest ...¶ Scvdmuhur n 'F ` '.. F I St. Albas 8.n414 . 3.4t .5610.48 Brav(-,O uk Jun 8. ." . F1it. 'ravV e8: 5 iSf ... R r ¶ 'Ui~ldleF'tstrav ¶ 'F M Melbourne 9.G' 9461 4-. 7.11 11 \ l l ourne h 10!9.50} 4,S 7.25111.15 ¶ Stops >.. when trecqwtul -? MELBOURN{E °T BUE JIJGO. A1. '1,111., }ý-11 }ýt i j·lll Mllelbourne fi 0 2. 51t ) 7.15 ý\T."·....

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