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Public Meetings. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

Public ' lcetings. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) Stn;-I- untderstand hino of our law mr./tera know no much nbonut the lawn they helped to pas las t seOsirn that tthey are under the iinpreesion'tliatuelocthil meetiings cannot bn held it hotels. Sitth1 is not the aseo. Theso snpient' legislntors ought to know that It was tnerely nttemptdd to introduco clauses into the Piblibhouio or Electorol Acts to provout tmeetiugo being held it hotels, they wore, however, very properly thrown' out. " So much for our law muake?r I rLIEN.-'

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CRICKET. PORTLAND v. WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

CRICKET. PORTLAND v. WARRtNAMBOOL. Seldom hals a cricket match created' morb interest on the Portland around theat that played between the above clubs yesterday; and towards the conclusion such excitement prevailed as became at times actually painful to players as well as spectators. Tile previous night's storm had left behind it tinpleasant pass. int squalls, and as the hour for pitching tire stumps arrived it looked very ominous for the oucceea of the game, but as time day advanced the clouds cleared away, and the afternoon was everythling that could be desired ; the result wae a good attendance of tie public, the ladies turring out well as they invariably do when a good match is arrancod for their entertainment; for the first time g small trifle was charged for admission, and we must congratulate the club on the im provement of the reserve, arnd although much has been done, still more is required. to make it what it should be, the cricket ground of the prettiest watering place of...

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THE DUNDAS AND VILLIERS RAILWAY ASSOCIATION. BELFAST, 9th Feb. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

TuE? DUNDAS AND VILLIERS' RAILWAY ASSOCIATION. LBY ELECTRIC TELEGRApH.] (reoe oeV ow'n COexnSPO?DlNT.) BELFAST, 9th Feb. The meeting of the Dundas and Villiers Railway Association was in every way a great success. It took place at noon in the Mechnics' Institute. Councillor Webb, of Blelfast, was in the chair. The following delegates were present: - Warrnambool Boronch-Cramer, mayor, Councillors King and O'Brien, and Read, town clerk; Warr. n-smbool Shire--Ifod, president, Councillors iBrmnfield and Lildsay, and Davis, aecretary; Belfast Boroush-Counclllrs Bruce ard Webb, Mandeville, town clerk; Belfast Shire -Meagher, president, and flowes, secretary; Koroit Blorough-Councillors flood and BIruce; 'Mount Rouse Shire-Councillors Alexander ,and Mtackilhso, and Campbell, secretary; )undas Shire-Walpole, secre lary; Ilamilton Borounh--Bree, mayor and Councillor Jacoby; Port Fairy Railway Leagne-Messrs Ilaynes and Woods; Hatril ton Railway League - Geo. Mott. An apology was made for the ...

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MESSRS. JOHN OAKEY & SONS' WELLINGTON MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

I MESSES. JOHN OAKEY & SONS WELLINGTON MILLS. In few branches of activity is British pre-eminence so unmistakably maintained as in that of the manufacture of, emery in the numerous forms adeptse to industrial and domestic applicstion. This is greatly due to the enterprise and business capacity of one of those firms, whose energy and judg.eot have done so much td gain for our country its high reputa tiion, c A glance at the premises-known as the ", Wetllogton Mills," one of the many magnificent buildings that now adorn our metropolls-occeupied by Messrs. Oakey alone suffices to show how large-must be the bssluess they tansacst. Situated in the Westminster.Bridge Readr the whole of the buildinlgs cover an area of 38;800 square feet, and is admirably planned in the form of a hollow square, The offices and warehouse front to the matin thoroughfare, while, in the remaining three aides, stretching towards the rear, are carried on the.diverse manolacturing processes of the firm. in...

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A RESULT OF THE LABORS OF MOODY AND SANKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

A RESULT OF TIlE LABORS OF MOODY AND SANKEY. A great rnhb' ry of the Adonis Bxpress Company at tile little Ohio town of. Akron, a yoar ago, will be romemlnbered. Sail Jose lrenloer, a telegraph operator, was tried for tie crime aild acqulited. Hoe then left Akron nud weut to Chieago, where tie fell under the inflience of Moody and Sankey's powerful appeals, and confessed that he it Ians who hlll robbed the xproess Company of the 10,000 dol. ile returned to Akron, where" lie surrendered limIself. to the nutholrities ju't in time to prevent the poselllc (onvictilon of two omen named R'ayior, who were undler indictoent for blruilry. The flolle Is told by tihe Aron leacon, lf 'rilday. As Ilrenizer Illt been acquitted by a jury on the charge of burglary heo coill only be nrralpned on i chllarge of perjury in falsely swearing io his innocence, amil o0 at five milntites to i o'clock he camno ito tile Coin nmll I'len Coulrt room, neecompanied by Proseculor Poulson, Judge Boynton, alwho was ...

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THE DISEASES THAT KILL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

THE DISEASES, THAT KILL. The Registrar.Ge?erai shows in the report whiche he has issued on the year 1874"~that two-thirde ut the de'ths in Eugland occurred trum oineur uther of 15, canses : Bsoochitls heads the lists; it caused 58,022 deaths, a larger number than in almost any of the preceding 15 years. SNext conmas phthisis, or .consumption, which cot shoet 49.379. lives, a smaller number thnu in a.Unuat any of the pre ceding 15 years. Atropay and debility "account for 30,995 deatlhs, chieflyr of yoOu? t:g biren. aOl ge' whaih hhould be.highest on the list of cau?siotdeathfis fvurth, and to it 28,004 de'ths are r., irred; the list includes 12,495 men -and 10,109 women, all over. 65 years: old, and eome centen ariane. *Heart disease ?ribic:cnontinues to in oreaee, aceueote fur 2n,513 deaths ; and convilaiond cadnted 27,189, almost all of? them deaths of children. Pneutuonie, more' fetal than for some few yesrs,.ocoaaloned 25,9027 denthr.. Eigbh onu.the.liat stands scarlet fever, to ...

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REPRESENTATION OF PORTLAND. MR. T. COPE AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

REPRESENTATION OF PORTLAND. ,11i1. T. COPE AT THE TOWN IIALT. '.Mr. Copers meeting of electlrs, announced ,by placard for elghl o'clock on W\Velnelisday .Inlghtat thoe Town lall, through some mIistake did not take, plnce till half-past. When the ,,hall was lighted sip, and the doors opened, there was ia regular rush for places, and the ......hall was crowded. Mr. Cope, on coming for :ward, was clterale loudly. Prior to the pelnilng of the businless of the meeting, AMr. Jamess Traunghmtr, Mayo!r, gave , an explanation of the reason the hall was eot lighted tip and opened at the proper tinme. Tile Town Clerk was unablo to be at hise office through illness, and the persons inter Sested in- getting sII i the mieeting hlld nlot taken the necessary steps to see that all was In readiness before the time the meeting was announced. (Applasuse.) Mr. J. Marriott was called on to occupy * the chair. The cliairman , In opening, said Iso. would rather some one else shlould be in the position, but...

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COUNTY COURT. THURSDAY, FEB. 15. (Judge Skinner on the Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

SCOUNTY COURT. THcnURAY, FEB. 15. ( Judge Skinner on the Bench.) The undefended cases were first taken Cnd disposed of us follows: Clapham v. Hickey, £2, goods. The amount 'owas paid. Order fox £114s costs. Badnall v. Reynolds. f£ Os 8d. goods sold. 'Order for amounlt, and costs 4s. Badnnll v. Cross, £2 13s 8d. Order for amount, nud costs £1 Os. '*"Badnall v. Hlamilton, £1 13s fi, goods. Order for costs, £1 10s; the amount paid. Dusting and others v. Robinson and , Lilly, £40 damages, done moorings in the bay. On let , Decemher the Julia Percy steamer. inbackiug away from the north ,jetty, ran upon one of the lighter buoys, which was subsequently scen floating towards Schofieldh' Point. Tile action 'was to recover the value of the chainaanod S oear lost through the alleged collision. Hentry French and George Itosevear swore t'o the fact of the runnting downl of the buoy by the steamer, ald William loRuse year, actting harbormanis er, iroved that the lighternv, n of the port had unth...

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STATE SCHOOL ELOCUTION. SIGNS AND SOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

STATE SCIIOOL ELOCUTION. SIGNS AND SOUNDS. " Visblo Sgns nulnd Auditblo Slnds" formed the subject on which Mr. T. I'. Hill lectured at tile educational It.tlittint, In Spriln street, on Saturdy. Tio Ie ethod of teaching little people " their letters " on the old I1o1Otttnou 0111 1 It v" systeIm, was deprecottoil ust ulphihlosphical, nnd fin oplnsed to the teclhini of lnl;ture. ?aln hall, fronl tillme to tillle. ontrn nlll cntedl alnd tr .tq. Ititted to society the itlprecsione ttmade uponl his perceptive facultlie, i.e., the senss--(1) li tnlellhtitlo cries t (2) by ixpresoive looks nud sgnilclt nt gesture; (:1) ly picturero and sytinbi s: (4) By that grealtest allnd hnppiest ot ull discoveries, tile written rord. iBut the tatter, lite the pictulres nolnd synlhbols which It npelrseded, never preceded the object for whichl it stood, tt.tt shulhtl, ttherefore never prect'de It in ilty system l of tenthintg. A vtri ty of ilisttr tlol tit villcttiolt of thllt arulllltttt worelo gienl. O...

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DEATH OF LUCY TAYLOR, FORMERLY THE SLAVE OF LAWRENCE WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

DEATH OF LUCY TAYLOR, FOR MERLY TIlE SLAVE OF LAW RENCE WASHINGTON.. A Special despatch from Washington says: " Tlero are sonme remarkabiie ittstatneeq of longovity among the colored people residing in and about Washington. A couple of moutihs ago there died in this city t centent arino by more thin fifteen years. lit fait, Rile ihad lived n quarter of ai century wlen tilo war fiFr independence broke out. It is nolt lwalys safe, hoIwever, .to rely on tlhe statements of these ancient colored relies of a century ago, sice mlFost of them hatve a very indeflnite ronception of the flight of time, ennI measure it only by retmrkablel eplas les in thieir lives surl tsn their rale to differenlt mitasters, lle beginninfg ted close of tihe great rebellion, tile attassitiltion of M lnassa LittkillFm,' &u.. An undoubted cell tonarlnt, umirmed Luty T'aylor, di d in this citY on M.onday evninig inst. Lucy first saw tit light ttf day withlin eright or ten miles of Frederlicksburg, Virgintli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

I'THOMAS GAUNT, The only watch manufacturer in tire Australian colonies? S.. , ....d silver medals and reports of the London, Melbourne and Sydney Exhibitions. . ( Silver watches for youths from £3. BestiEnglish Leser Nfrom #A8 10s. Ladies'rold watcheb Gentlemen'a gold S Lvers from 5 1 .Racing stop -matches, all price : ALL OUtAR- TED. 14 BOURK E.STREET EAST. (opRneR OF raw ROYAL AtCABE) ...MELBOUt RNE. TIIHREE PRIZE;MEDALS RECEIVED' AT T5I GREAT E" HIBEITION, PHILA DELPHIA. AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES FOR AUSTRALIA. TVALTIIA3I WATCHES are strongly .Vf..recommended for use in Australia. "ti s amre made with special referenee to riability and will stand'all'ordinary or even hard usage without injury, at the same time . never.faiL as rehiabletimekeepers. In case ntfacidental.injury they can be repaired more ecpnonllcaly than any othe, as any wheel, sre sprfing, in fact any part of the watch" can- be supplied AT oscE from the Geieral Office or by Watchmakers who keep thewatches for sale. ...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

TABLE TALK* R~oovL,---We regret to learn that Mr. ??,ge Cavenach. Portland. mlnaeger of the blak of Austrula*li. after a resditcd of 13 years. is about to rentm e aitib his family to Melb urleeilsj suuec?act, Mr. Xellicar. h?aving already arrivd;.: Thes 9moval ,f MIr. uot Mrs. Cavalh d well leave a blank in musical circles Here that will not be readily supplied. irraCava negh ha., dnring id resideuce, takes pert ino more'emaleur conertst for benevolesnt objects than amr other Mon in ,icrtlaand, and we can only wnis him no squally a-tiue aml useful career in the futrre sain the past. (YOur cricketers will cl.e lone in MIr Cavanagh areefficleuf b owler.and ne I whon for manly years. hiey taken' e active interest ire nearly every matchl tat .was placed...The law of change can lordly be! ciemplitneofed ini the removal of Mr. Caronagh.- as he carrfes wth . him qualities and aecompllelments tlis at this time our swmll commuaity canrillaffof'd to' Ibse: -Tts ht"tereos StejrrToa"vO THE "Aat...

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THE BENEFIT OF LAUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

THE BE NEFIT OF LAUGIHING. The saying of an old. school.tencher hat "when children were laughing, heoir minds were expanding," is forcibly called to mind on retading the following excellent comnments on laugh ing, by Dr. Greene, in uIs ,...... - health. Thoer is not t he remotest corner or little inlet of the minute blood vessels of the human body thiat does not feel some, wavelet from theo convoleion occasioned by good, hearty " inuglter. Tihe life principle, or the central man, is shaken to its innermost depths, sending now tides of life a~nd strength to the surface, thus materiaily toni;lug to' insure good health to the Iporsons who indulgo therein. The I blood moves more rapidly, and conveys, a different impression to all the organs of the body, as it visits them on that particular mystic journey when the man is laughing, from what It does at other times. For this reason eovery good, hearty laugh ini which a person indulges, tends to lengthen his life. conveying, as it does, new...

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LINDA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

LINDA. She was at one of tile Union school houses half an hour before sch,"I' opened. She had " T.ir.a. - with her. She was n ,cni woman forty years old, with a jaw showing great determina. tion, and Linda was sixteen, and rather shly and good looking. 'The mother said she hadn't been in the City long, and that it was her duty to get Linda into school and see that she was properly educated.. When the teacher came she boldly inquired: 'You know enough to teach do you ?' , * I think I do,' replied the teacher blushing deeply. ' And you fool competent to govern the scholhrs do you?' SYes, 'm. ' Do you pound 'em with. a ferule, or lick 'em with a whip ?' 'We seldom resort to punishment here,' replied the embarrassed teacher. 'That's better yet,' continued the mother, '.I know that if Lindiashould come home all pounded up, ['d feel like killing some one.. I suppose you are of a respectable character ain't you ?' ' Why-aheni-wly-' stammered the teacher; growing- white and then red. !I exp...

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THE NOVELIST. MINNETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

STHE NOVELIST.: MINNETTE. As this, poor young girl lived on the fifth floor of a Now York tenement house; working night and day to earn t enough to keep soul and body together, and a roof, to shelter her. Her large groy eyes looked wistful and eager out of a pale flee and masses of dark brown hair.. She, seemed to haveo but one friend in the world, an old opera singer, whose sincing. days were long since past, who came one evening each week and took tea with her. And silo carried her work to and from tihe shop, she caught glimpses of tlie great world, and it fascinated her. Oh! if she could only be somebody not a poor dull atom, that people's eyes passed over, as if.shlo were space, but somebody, the very sight of whom slhquld make the beholder's face look glad; somebody whose very name should cause all hearts to thrill with a pleasant emotion! But it was only a faraway, impossible dream, for, with neither time nor money, what could silh become different to what site was -a slop-sho...

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POETRY. GREY HAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

POETRY. GREY HAIRS. it cannot bet Hold up the light Closer-the other way) Yes, child, your laughing guess was right My hair Is turning grey. Amonlg,toso tresses, long my pride, A thread of silversalheen .IIas dared audelously to hide Their rippling waves between. Ah me! when youth and lchildhood seenm Scarce to hive passed away, 'Tls hard to startle from one's dream, And feel one's hair is grey. I know the fire burns in my heart, Or ffihes from my eye. - r As fiercely an it used io start I sdeur el, I ,lovwe ate, As keenlyas aef yorei I had not deemed it was aso late Chil age stood at the door. Life's hourseems more than ever full, And joy crowns every day; Yet o'er their current comes a oll? My hair is turning grey. SYou offer comfort, darling-say The silver lies alone; Companionless it will not stay re mannyn montlhs have flown. Grey hairs you think a circlet bright ' To crown a regal head; - One used to praise their raven light' In halcyon evening fled; But, ahl that voice is sil...

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SHIPPING PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

SHIPPING. PORT OF PORThLAN~b. ARRIVED. February 14- wy, steamer, 446 tons, Caotain Thompson, from Melbourne, vio Belfast and Warrnmbool. W. P. ederso agent. e February l1-Lobs,, stemer, ant · I. Iapthorne,from Melbourne, ta Warrosal ,;,o and Belfast. P. W. Shevrill, agent. OAMJLD. February 16-Otway, steamer, 444. tons, Captalo ThomploO, for Melbour'Je, era Belfast and Warrnmboul W.P . aljdersao February 15--Nltb, schooner, Captain J. Irving, for Melbourne, W. T. Pile, agent. . IMPOErS. Per Otway. sir., from Mxbunre-'511 pkges Overend and Rtobb. 1 do Adano,.(,67 do Anderson, I do Artillery Detacmenets, 1 do Bank of Victoria, 9 do Bondm?2 do 'druce, 7 do Campbell and Son, 1 do Carruthers, 3 do ' Clarke, 3 do Colonial Bank, I do Cooper, I do Davidson. I do Fawthrop, I do Fitz Cerald, 4 do Fletcher, 21 do Jarrett, 6. do Jeftreys, 8 do Jelboart Bros., I do Jennings, 46 dr, Johnson, . 2 do Josephs 28 do McKay, 4 do Kean, 4d, Keller and Co., I do Layley, 2 d.o Lesor and n Co, I do Lewis, 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

i?~arrnambool Steam.Packet Company. STEAM TO MELBOURNE via BEL- E FAST and WA IRNAMBOOL.,-, 'T TNTIL ,further notice ii'ej.en, 'ol* ore *w-? tb'tIr nftot the Compaby'i boats, O TWAY, JL A PERCY, ROB ROY, Will sail regularly from MLELBOUIRNE FOR PORTLAND Tesaday d Friday Afternoons, a . And from. P PORTLAND FOR MELBOURNE a Saes'uoday and friday tornings a early (weather permitting). ... FARE S. SaloOn" ... £1 5 0 Return !S '.0 0 ;-Fore7Cablld .0 10 '0 ,,' 0 156 0 ,:t : Children under 13 years, hal fares. Return Tclkets available for One Month by ' "" : : either steamer. '"li gseiigers are' respcetfully reiuested to obtain their tickets at thisoifco,anld shippers 'i6 make early application for space. B'? oit in attendance to convey passengers Sfredebf charge. Not responsible for passoagers'' luggage _' unless entered as forgo. No claims'against the Company will be entertaiced unless made within three (3) da s aifter vessel's arrival. eight at current rates. al S W. P. ANDERSON, t. Age...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1877. LATEST TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, THIS DAY! [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

T- W CtTeWiOcr IF INRoo?rOntaDen" Te .e RTonLAiD 'ElpRRAs. "' Tot Protect oar:Rtightn - A ot to Infriege S pon'those oof Othero. FRIAX? FEBRUlI RY l10.187i7: LATEST: 'TEiEGTRAMS. (Pn"no?I?O OWN: CORIIESPONDENTS.) VI TORIA;. . : S,MELBOURNE, Truas Dirl It1etlng' of 'Council held in Trinity College, preoided overt by. the Bliehop, re solved -that exertion be made to raise twenty thonesnd pounds for enlarging-the (ollege. Q uetion of the site of'the future iAiligeaun-Ustlhfrnal'de~afted" whether St. James ,or. Trinily : Clhuroeir gound con* sidered most:suitablo, . Boy 141Walter Love, presentsd end fited postaul t, the-lead' ot- Walter Akustes Jenkins- it;: notk supposing. Iti eifectiie. Bullet lodged "in Jenkins brain ; vedlict thet'Lene-ihad?ilrounds for believing the platol cutof'repnit uinl hlarmlesse Two ipplications grinted for registttilon of tradejn!aks. under.thbe" ainttyer's aci Innpoiteataliscovery of new riho reef(in the Prizie Pitrickkelaim, Slnerelil. Sover~l persons ;dro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 16 February 1877

TEMPERANCE BOARDING. HOUSE. J. -=E OROI€ Jrar D GAWLER STREET. TERIM S. MODERATE: UST RECEIVED and FOR SALE. at the Guardianm Offere: The Engineer for December (English). Ilinesar Lost Tribes of the House of I Israel, identified with. the English nation. R. 0C. Prayer Books. 2ercer'a Psalter and, Hymnsr, with Appendix.. Chatterboxr for 18706 Boys' Annual. British 'Workrwoman Irish National 1 2, , 45, 6 Books. Nelson's Royal Readers. Wesley's Hymns-new edition. Church Services. JUST RECEIVE Iand BO FIAEAIat tfr J Guardian Office- Anstraliian elodist- , Colonial ' Musical Magaziner (Christmas Number. Workshop Companion Australian Musical Magazine School Bibles (cheap) Sankey's Hymne (enlarged editon)> . Sunshine Little Folks ''' " ; Envelopes,.black bordered, broad,. middle narrow And an assortment of thoe newest novel,. including:- . ' Star of the Sluth" lunted to Death. Black Angel . ' The-Diamond Cross Rodney Bay Dissolution of Partnership. TIHE partnership a the Portand Guardia...

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