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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 October 1863

Itofices to CflrrespnJieirfs. NOTICEL—AU commumcations to b* €tddressed to the Editor of thb Bgotxp, Gawxer. Oliver Twist.— The Election of Mayor takes place on the 1st of December next. As a Brother we think youhave a cnancej although a poor one. Wait till the 1st of April. Dusxx Bob. — -You axe ^uite right. We hare heard that it was the Intention of the Estate to stick to tiie floor, and give Old Noholes the sadk Whjuahsxowx.— We cannot insert yours as they attack individuals — a tiring we endeavour carefully to avoid. Bcrra Bcrra.— -Our worti^carreapondent will see that we nave been compelled to consider soms portion of Ma communication, but we trust to receive another next moatii nxna the same pen. Pax Sawxt. — The Spiritual Controversy or Mutual Convention: was too late forour present number. Hibtobxcits.— Bequirea remodelling. Okab.— Not admissible. Boz.cs akd VounnsKSt Uhxeosxs,— Too late for ♦h'' mmifli, Government Lakd Fuhd.— We will make en quiries rejecting the immigrants...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 October 1863

Mr. JOHN McEWEN, Proprietor, This House has been lately renovated, and is -»e«EiJieiBOstbcBiw»^ous Hotels in GOOD l3OJ0©ltS,- -SOOD BEDS, AND GOOD STABLING. ' Wholesale! and 5p*#| and rf paces that will * t- . '?-.; 3efy^-»mpetition. ~ y . ----- ?? ? . & K,~JDAJi^i5JilJNiJJaAJil ' -'' ' WHOLESAIIE £ BETAIL XUBRAX STREET, QLWLER. mimmum MUBBAT^STBaEET, GAWLEB. *' A lai^' assortnabeotjof Saddles, Bridle*, Whips, £pur%x ^^ Jwmsfcmtly oa hand; coLiiA^s carefully FiraBD ''''?'?' ??'''' poii'thbib ' .'_???;' PRIZE RBAPiBS. seat in as EABLY as PO^rSS/ OppoeiTsilR- W, Bambt'$ Murray -street, trawkr. EXPLORER'S SAUCE. MAj^ACTDBED BY TO BE HlLPiOT^I5JB PBJJTCtPAL 8I0SE ZEEPEES Iff GAWLEE. AUCTION GAWLER MmTsiLE Iffi. ^TBtXS DAY, ^rJeroBEB 3,; ttes. SADDLE & HAENESS HOBSES, ? B¥tLQGKS^fc MAYS. 1IIXHWWU ST£Efi&f AT CATTLE, It &| rarosnd &^j&Il pardasiJiaarmg Stock orTtmplements to ^|mpjS6 of at these Sale^wfech take place 4he«ret^ATlJR DAY in eaeh...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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GAWLER HUMBUG SOCIETY'S RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 October 1863

GAWLER HUMBUG SOCIETY'S RULES. The first number of the Bunyip being all sold, we have been requested to re-publish the celebrated Rules of the Society, RULES. 1. The object of this Association is the open advocacy of humbug, in contradistinction to its secret practice in most other Societies. 2. The common Humbug of titular distinction badges, degrees, and black-balls, will be rigidly maintained by this Society.   3. The Society shall be presided over by three Officers, the chief of whom shall be entitled 'Arch Flam,',, the second 'Bouncible Bam, , and the third 'Surprising Sham.,, 4. The titles of Members shall be respectively — 'Ordinary Humbug,' 'Extraordinary Hum-   bug,, and 'Unsurpassable Humbug.'   5. Any one who may have been black-balled by any other Society shall be considered as having established a claim to admission into this Society. 6. Fine.— Any Member having pursued any other Member with the terrors of the law, and neglected to...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 October 1863

Local Intelligence There have been but few events of moment to record for Gawler, during the past month— -such as they are,' we present them to our readers. The Building Committee of St. George's Church, has received favorable news from: England in the -shape of a grant from the     Church Aid Society, of £80, and a letter 'from Colonel Gawler stating that he had been in com munication with Miss Burdett Coutts and that she had appointed a day for an interview with him,- respecting the matter—a ' very favourable   prospect for the committee. - We also under- : stand that the committee have been enabled to raise a thousand pounds upon very easy terms, upon' the' joint bond of several of its members. ' The Bible Society held their annual meeting In the Odd-fellows 'Hall, on Tuesday, Sept' 22nd, when the report was read and several addresses given. A subscription amounting to nearly £50 has been collected in Gawler. ' The Lectures at the Wesleyan C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 October 1863

A GRAJfD LODGE 'II TILL be held at Brother Johnsotfs, Wfllas YV ton Hotel, on Wednesday nex% Oct. 7tii at 8 o'clock, pan, when some important busil ness, relative toTthe prosperity of the order, will be discussed. Brothers will be punctual 5 a sup per will be provided. . '?'.,,?. - . JOSEPH RATION, Arch Flam. ANEW Lodge of tiie above society will be^ ' opened at the Willaston Hotel, on Wed nesday the 14th insi, at 9 o'clodt This society haying been formed solely 'far ^the, purpose of improving the morals of Hie brothers, 'ati persons interested in advancing '?:? Such' principals; * are' requested to attend. ? -.,-?????- ? ?-;—.- — -? . -? j: l:..- Bt Ordered the ? ' ; ?..-:- -? -?- JnEOHTB. ??' -+;' i TO BE LIT, FOB A TERM OE IEABS, SECTIONS 571, 573, 573, and 574, COCKATOO TALLEY, containing in all 285 Acres of Land adapted for Farm or Dairy purposes. Hnnning Water al] the year rouncL Known as the residence of the late Captain Lawson. Apply to F. P; TURNER, Solicitor, Gawler; or JO...

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Original Poetry. THE CORDWAINER'S TEAR. (DEDICATED WITHOUT PERMISSION TO OLIVER TWIST.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 October 1863

Original Poetry. THE CORDWAINER'S TEAR, (DECICATED WITHOUT PERMISSION TO OLIVER TWIST.) Behind the house he turned, And took an upward look, At the chimney and the blacksmith's shop Complained of by the cook. He listened to the bellows' sound, So familiar to his ear, And it cut his uppers from his sole As he tried to pump a tear. Beside the kitchen grate, A girl was on her knees ; She held aloft a dirty cloth As sooty as you please.     She something said to him, He couldn't exactly hear; But it seemed a deep-mouthed blessing, For the blacksmith's forge so near. He turned and left the spot; Ah, do not deem him weak ! For as black sorrow dimmed his heart, ; So smut did soil his cheek. Go search each dingy room, From shop to kitchen floor,—   You'll find on every resting place, A peck of soot or more ! THE BOY JONES, From Buckingham Palace. The Bunyip. GAWLER, SATURDAY, OCT. 3, 1863.

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TO THE EDITOR OF BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF BUNYIP. Sir — I have been requested to write something, no matter what, for your de lightfully ' Humbugging paper.' Mind, when I say ' Humbugging paper,** I mean do offence, but praise, rather. For as you profess to be a supporter of op?n undis guised humbug, and as your journal is intended (so you say, whether I believe Lt or not is another question,) for the open advocacy of humbug principles, I need hardly say I admire your plan, and hope it may succeed to your heart's content, for should it do so, and should all man and- woman-kind (in South Australia at least — the turn of the other colonies will come by-and-bye,) become converts to the principles of the Gawler Humbug So ciety, and not only advocate, but fear lessly, constantly, and openly practice them — it will be a happy day for South Australia, basking, as her sons and daughters then will, surely, in the pros perity, and happiness, and sound and uiwu weugrv wjucu sucu principles put into practice are sure t...

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THE CONTINENT CROSSED; OR THE REVELATION OF STEVORTIA, THE CENTURION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

THE CONTINENT CROSSED; 0B THE REVELATION OF STEVOBTIA, THE CEKTUBICHfc ChvB ear, oh ye inhabitants of Addtehiead;' and to people of the Gully— uplift your voices in adoration, oh ye daughters of Barossa, and time tout hearts to the praises of the deserving j for behold the uttermost parts of the earth shall waft sweet incense of praise to the explorers of the wilderness ! and to ye, young men, I say, behold I am among you as a star of glory — a ray of bright light which maketh your darkness more obscure, but you will say unto me, la ! our vision is dark so that we' cannot discern. En lighten us we beseech thee, even shed-the light of day over the dark place in- our minds v and;we will arise and rend' our garments and teat our hair, and' prostrate otfr necks in thy path; '? for we are a generation of Idolaters, and thy coun tenance is the source of our deepest veneration ! Behold I say unto you,' great is your faith'and blessed are ye in welcoming instruction^ for my honor arose on t...

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Correspondence. EDITOR OF BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

Cflmsjjoi&tfite. EIHTOR OF BUNYIP. Sir, Being a great admirer of that giant of the south, Mr- Strangways, and a constant reader of his speeches and quiddities, usually ending with ' if not whv Tint.?' I was siimrisfttl tn £r\t\ itxritk one so fluent in his mother-tongue that he should fly to that jargon, ealled a dead language What did he mean, as reported in that luminary the Register of Oct. 23rd, by vtrbum sat sapientit I sav with Queen Katherine in King- Henry VIII '( 0 my good Lord ! No Latin. I am not such a truant since mv coming- (to Australia,) As not to know the ianguage I iave lived in. Pray speak English.' Yours, BELINDA. as we can set as much as we want by professing humbug principles.' And then too, how will humbug principles affect the social and domestic sphere when they're brought into open play ? Take mat rimony, for instance Bow will it affect that — the dearest relation in which two souls can stand to each other? With such a mirror implanted in every one'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

ftotices to CorrespottkntSi NOTICE. — All communications to be addressed to' the Editor or the Bmreny Gawuer. Pretty Cocky. — We have not received Oliver Twist's address- to the Electors. Perhaps it will appear in tune for the next Bunny. As you- are the most popular man- of the two, in your estimation, -we would advise you -to con test the election; An Elector.— The Candidates we have heard' mentioned are Br. Rayson, Old Noholes,, Twist, and Pretty Cocky— of the two latter gentlemen you can enquire yourself, but we ' should 'net-like to purchase them at their own priee. Foung Man1 from the Countryi— He must be a Brother of the G.H.S: We distinctly recol lect-initiating a junior professional from the north,- embellished with -specs. «t OMNohoW board of green cloth'.' S&taruby-yo^ wisher to' be informed if Mr. Strangways-received an University Education, and whether attained the degree of wrangler? To the first query we cannot give a positive reply; to the second, we can conf...

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TO THE EDITOR OF BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF BUNflP. Sir— Can you inform me and the other ixnembers of the Gawler Institute, bow it ed in the Advertiser of November 4th, so much contorted, and distorted, in compar ison to the Reiti*ter of same date? I also observe the report in Advertiser says the total -income -for the past year, «was £182 14 3, which with the balance last year of £9 17 4, amounts to £192 14 7. Now, this is quite at variance with the balance sheet read at the meeting, and 'the copies furnished to the reporters. 'Instead of the foregoing amounts being for the past year, they are only for the ? dast six months. ? ; Yours truly, = INSTITUTE. :fThe Bwnyip believes the -mistake arose from -the absence of the Tizerys reporter, from beth the Annual Meeting and the Anniversary. ^Perhaps no ticket iras forwarded for the latter— the Bunyip did not receive one either, although *we =felt bound to be present.— JSoJ -

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CROSS QUESTIONS AND CROOKED ANSWERS FOR YOUNG BUNNYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

CROSS QUESTIONS AND CROOKED ANSWERS FOR YOUNG BUNNYS. Pent.- Is it correct that Skye terriers were first^roduced in a heavy shower of cats and WTOifJ^WAKEv— Might not the Tyler in some of the~Setlret Humbug Societies be more politely expressed Hxttter — friend Leaver for example. Recruit.— Are not all Volunteers at Ball prcrcuvY? ureu unu MMepwi-cr9 9 aco^ uuvL- Inter kers too— when they hit. Drum Major. - Oxd Maid. — Is an Oddfellow a Bachelor?; Not always ; some are married,, and we know a Bdt&dor a married man ! - Crocodile. — Is the Editor of the Bwmp ever visible ?- No4 Why ?. Because he's iVbf— that's all;. Yoitkg. — If' a Publican wants % barmaid, does be, use a Bar~mt t» procure one?

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Advertisements. TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF GAWLER; (MODERN ATHENS) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

^btxtiscnunts. TO THE INDEPENBENT ELEC T-JKS OP GAWLER; (34OBEBN ATHENS) -Committee Room, Pig's Bead. jjrKNTS, ^ Many admirers of my clear (?) -voice and parrot-like diction, having soli cited me to put myself forward (an effort for which I nave ever been, and still am; all there!) as Mavor at the aubroachine* .election, and knowing that I have .ever been»eonsistent in -my endeavours to play first fiddle in any, and all movements to .benefit the Town, (keeping in lull view; No. 1,) I yield (of eourse) 'reluctantly to your wishes, and at once proclaim myself 'your man Friday, to keep your house ?twy,** and if elected, pledge myself, to take care of myself in every measure brought forward. I am an ardent conser vative for the preservation of all natural * deposits of sand, have an affection for ?all nuisances, public «r private; in short, ram fond of meddKng, to quote any .favorite author, 'Whatever King may reigxu jFllbetheVicarofBrajJ^ : : lam, Genta, ^ : ; Yours, Pretty Cockeyv 4

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Local Intelligence. GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

%ml Jnteiligme. GAWLER INSTITUTE. Tubs jsjxth Aanirefsary of the Instate *w?n celebrated in the Odd-fell&vrs' HalJ, Gawler, oa Tuesday, Ckst. S7jjh, when a concept - Qf . jacre^ and ? njiscellaneous music 'wis ^iy^n by* Ox© Onbirs' bt St. 'Piuts 'Chorea, iin!tf.t|by& Pi^e street 'Qftap^l, wbo^Kndiy gave theiir seiriees for th& occaaon. The Concert, consisted of t9m parts, the first sacred, and' the s6cbnd mispella neous. -Mr. K. Jiowe conducted the jperfomJaace aud_Mr.,E. Cordlsh presided at tteHartbooiilm. ;An old favorite iniSaVler,' Jfrs; Snipt; Momy sang a 8olo,in each r»art^ while trios, qiikrie'tetpp, [ana choruses all' adnlirably rendered, Tilled hp tne remanung portion. At tne commencfemoit of. the second part the annual; address of ihe .Institute was given by Pr. $oti, theyice^iar^si fOsot; and after its conclusion the ReV. Ca^on Coomba in an excellent speech, in -which le :djS33lt upon the pleasinj^lpflaences of mtf^c, ajnd jescpressed a wishihWcSfl...

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A MIRACLE MONEY RETURNED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

A. MIRACLE -MOtfEY RETURNED* TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYUfc. Dear Si a; Snowing your fotred' of all secret' Humbug, will you giro me your opinion- ! of the following' Ittle specimen thereof. My children attend Mrs. Murphy's school, and at their request I gave them a few penee- to- contribute- towards a little voluntary school paadl for the auxiliary Gawler Branch of the Bible Society. This, with others; Mrs; Murphy forwarded to the committee through Mr* Mold, an4; she -was arach sirprised at its not being included in the 1st of donations, read over, on the occasion bf the meeting'. She was afterwaidr inftnned- that through the kind instnmmality of another teacher in the town, tbi donation had been return ned to Mr. M^ld- for fear it should injure her with the Educational Board) at her next application for a license. I need not ? state Mrs. Murphy's astonishment, or the feeling she expressed, lest some of her pupils-should think- their money had not£ been- forwarced'in proper course. ^...

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MEND YOUR WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

MEND YOUft WAYS. Thb printer wants Mi iarride^ the editor ^fe « salgeat; *e Jtungip is in, a fix^ theParlijtoent, tlieCorpora&bns, eyaa the Humbug Society itself, re&ses to to -»iar ^t^I^sdy^to^jri^iculoiiS proceed^ ings ; so 'yrhsA tan the poor Bwnyip do ? Itistrae there, js: the Hpoata TmsineK j pwi^it,© .wrappea in ; sucu iuipwuewai«w mjg«6ry? «nd its YsriouS ? weak points are 80 carefuUy deiencbd by the dallies,, and fa? |Ib--iita:share-holder& ,'in. ^bpthHoiiise^ that possibly any shaft levelled truly, and hitting iairly, mjght offend some , of then* ^whip|^.^ us to more* terrible penalties than, those with which we are threatened by W. Home PophaBi, Esq., M.D. of Aberdeen, and proprietor of the Self-Supporting Hospital, Gawler ! Keaily, with all these terrors . ot the law hanging over U3, we must seriously think of mending amr ways. Mending our ways! There it is! We have stumbled upon it at last; the Jiunyip, is pyA of the fix; the editor .no longer wft...

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GOODMAN, KEEP YOUR TIN! DEDICATED TO THE LAWD-KNOWS-WHO. Air.—Woodman, spare that Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

£QO$m IS, jCftBP £0#fc ?JN ! i Air.~Woodme^ spare tiuagtee. : foUowyig lives, which ;we jnuVdOjit ,£* grati tudes u . .OhiGoodma«,kQeP5rP»uf,iyiPf / '? , Give not* single cipwBi -£h§y say',--(but take joujjn,/- r . - 3?Lgr isan pi^t fl»e ai3Wgrap' =|to}nip It Vap 3^ur;pfi?iflJT^*« $o C^wian* let j* P4*^* .- ? : ' 15iei»wcanh^no?it not. . - , SFhoJw' j$ory ,3^ r^Swn . ? .' -* * 'Is ^readingrtas*, y?»u ^ee ; ' ' Phi^WittJ?»y*ik4 '? ; MaaeoiaT^ tlMit'srefc fn^gh^&W-tHla-)foild, ? tY^'^n its page appears * ' - 1frbft6y«frrpei-yeaw. OneiaayiisBitfcere, A£oihe¥$*6s35ts&&ul; — ? UoteBsfc theAwitfewt fear, JSailJfiwi© a SHBbfcag etaads. |Iy heju-t-strings to tb^ -cling - -Clos^a^.tQeiak,niy fr^nd: You stUl sfiaBpiavie yw*- $?S lyiulejfye a bob. to spend. Swtmff the *t«ff n\ still hraye I Though Gaocfcaaan ;like ttiee ^°*r~^ 'Whilst tire a haaj to* jsave' TTou shan't be hurt a jojt! 4l REGULAR HUMBW3.

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To the Worthy Independent Electors of East Ward. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

h the !fa% lalepeadeat Electors^ East WroL Gekixkmkn & Ladies, - ? Ten days of intense suspense, have I -waited for a requisitiomto be presented to me, asking me to stand as a Candidate for your Ward, and my reply theseto has been equally long pre pared, in which, (of eourse) I reluctantly yield t-- your Irishes. IFinding, however, I have. cal- culated my chickens before they were 'hatched I can remain no longer without avowing myself to be in the field. J stake my chance of suc cess on the fact well known to many of you, that I can gesticulate, cough, ha! ha! shake my head and frame, talk louder and aspirate my h'« bet ter than most among you ; 1 have a correct eye for a line of fence; can see more clearly than most, if sand be taken from a public street in a Mayor's cart ora tin-dish ; can at a short notice make any amount of fuss, and splutter, however small the occasion ; have a high notion-of myself and my opinions, and daafly I am « brother Humbug. ; Elect me ana do ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

AND SIXPENCE, -, X'- TV^IWK AND COUNTRY DIBBiVylOKX n A^Sn^E^Q S6U#H AUSTttAUA fl 'p-\W iggi „. ? . ? ?? — 1 BH KteS 2S Servants Aet^MpwBJj^jj. Sons. Lists of Ministers, Churches, Chapels, &c, 1 -— =wtw^'£=^ r - MaoOK^ Smms .mtfn&a* 'B»™. '»a V I— PRINTER, BOOKSEHtEB, 4 STATHHtEBl 1 . OAWLEH. ? __j tT&Til martin ATiB KOW I FOR THEIR 1 PRilB REAPERS. i tt All ORB1RS are requested *o be jeat in «s EARLY ^POSSIBLE. T.&KMA&TIN, Oppositb Mb. W. Bahhbt's 1 Pbintbr & Statiokbk, |V. Murray4treet, Gawler.] , ' i , — ? — — — — ? iriiiripFiir Ir. JOHN McBWEN, Proprietor, d^y competition. ^ a A Mh tt flh 4t tflk tin' i^^k W31UAM KSHMBAR SADOLERi HWKSS .fMB MUERAT-^TEEET, GAWLER Just iinpacked, aConsignmaat of NE GOODS, per *? «*» °°SSt& p LADIES' SADDLES & BBIDLB GENTS do., also a large as^rtmBBt WHIPS, and SPURS, and other arfae connected with tbe trade. COLLABS CABKPUttY KTTI HARNESS MADE TO OftDE AUCTION. llttVLEIt 1ONTBLY M \m ...

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OUR YOUNG EXPLORERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

OUR YOUNG EXPLORERS. Ye gentlemen of Adelaide who live at home at ease. How little do ye think upon the dangers of the —     "Seas," we were going to add, but Stuart   and McKinlay tell us there are none— land won't rhyme— and fleas, though quite   colonial and plentiful enough, no doubt, on the overland route, would be slightly inappropriate; so, like many another   brother Humbug, who commences a song, without finishing it, we condescend for once to break down in a quotation, letting it stand, however, to show what we would have done, if we could. We, the Bunyipt haxe « word or two to say to our young men. We believe you to be of the right stock-*-whenerer need fill you show plenty of pluck, energy* per severance, and determination ; but we think for all that, you sadly lack *w*tAm; and we intend to lay in a stock of cape and ~ bells to crown you with as a reward for your folly. For instance, scone of you have Just t...

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