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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

NOTICE ■1 RRA\GE\IE\TS. THE FIRST PIG SALE in ii.o NEW YEAR will bo held cn WEDNESDAY. 14th JANUARY. DALGETY and COi. LTD. N0RR1S, TOYNE and SCOWN. HORNE and PALMER. TERANG. Monday, January 10. 1911. Cattle, Sheep, Horses, &c Sale of Dairy Cattle at-12.30 o'Clock Sharp. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to'Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will Soli (ihroujrii thc:r Auc tioneer) in their Yards, Ti?rang, oil the above date:— FAT CATTLE. 10 Prime Fat Cows from TCeayaiiR. 10 Prime Fat Cows from Glenormis ton. 10 Pr int' Fat Cows from Garvoc. 10 Prime Fat Cows from Noorat. S Fat Cows from Tlio Sisters. DAIRY CATTLE. 20 Autumn Heifers, 21. and 3 vrs. old. STORE CATTLE. lo Good Youni; Store Cows. 10 Fleshy Cows. YOUNG CATTLI2. 20 Heifers, 2 vrs. old. 10 Heifers. 2 vrs. old. SHEEP. 12 Prime Fat Lambs. 10 Crossbred W eth. rso DALGETY and CO. LTD.. Terang. TERANG. WEDNESDAY", 14th JANUARY, 1914. —At Twelve o'Clock.— P l"G S. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe,...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

SUKl'MiKKD AGONY Yvi;il IIEAD AUUES. "I highly recommend Chamberlain's Tabk'i,-; in anyone who 'sudors from beadaehe.s." .vays }:i\s. .M. K. Berry, Marlborough itoail, Victoria Valley, Tasmania. "1 suffered agony with headaches. and tried almost everything. Nothing did mo any good until a i'rioiul reeumneiided Chamberlain's Tablets, ami they kooji put me right again. Now 1 would not lie without a box of Cham berlain's Tablets in the house.'1 Sold by Ji. Bennett, Chemist, Terang. Ti uas liy tho Pivsidi-ni of ihe Uriiish (>r A'-in'ruli tm\ Mr. ">V. li mi ;i'ii 1 \. ivrenlly thai t! r.. n i;tll li'.'hl ii';; iiw.'Vt'HH'Ut w:i:; liKiuji--;. Tiii'iv wcro imsai;<Ji'.M 1 applicants lor ].'J I,()!)!• 'I'll- real di/lic-ulfy. lie explained, whs a 'vuiipiy of land t^ood onou^li, and clu-ap enough."

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PIG INDUSTRY. VALUE OF BERKSHIRES. EXPERIENCE OF MR. JAMES HAMILTON, NOORAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

PIG INDUSTRY. VALUE OF BERKSli I1JE3. oe .mii. ja^ies 11A .\ i i i j'1' U , a 0 0 K AT, For a loii!4 time Berks.iir© pigs held s-,vav as iho most; proiitabio breed. ior Y.ciorian chiiryinen and larmers. Dur ing nci'iit years tile Yorkshire Has come in Li) prominence, and many ia\or a judicious crossing of the two. Some prefer ilie Yorkshire, and luivo dis carded ti.e Berkshire altogether^ Vary ing opinion.-: are held regarding tne morjts oi each breed. Mr. Jas. iiamil i.011, 01' Nuorat, ;n iho \\e_-:cr:i .District, is <i:i.■ v.i' the mo.-t experienced^ and . uecos.si'ul p;g breed-i's 1:1 tile Stale. Without disparaging till* undoubted qital.t es oi Yorks.iire pig-', Mr. Hamil ton is of opinion that tlio Berkshire breed will show t!:e best results over a number ol year.>. lie has liandled both itl a largo Way. Tito Berkshire is .said !).• te.e harder animal. and wi'.en propt riy maeagol is equally a.s proliiic as ;!ie Yorkshire. There is_ an :m pr-.-.eei! ih:.&l...

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MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET Monday, 12th January, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

MARKETS. ' * TEIIANG STOCK MAIiKE'l I Monday, 12th January. 1914 5-10 cattle ;uul 930 sheep yarded. F Cattle.—105 forward. Except for a: prinio heavy catile, which ruled ski m favor of buyers, the market •. brisk ami values very urni. prime fat cows atul heifer.s. C7 lo JL'S 11/; prime fat cows and lienor;, to 1U; : good, ;t0 to cL'tj 15;; b: weights from £o; lleshy cows iro:i: Ill/' to JC5; bullocks from .CO 1-3, •V ; bulls to £9 10/. Dairy Catu-/ A good market and values ruled r. ; Autumn, heifers. 3 years old, .13 1.: £0 0/ to .C7 10/; ho.fors, 2A yr.... u'.!; 10/ to JCo 5/; forward sprmyeri uy '*V 0/ : milkers, .L'5 10./. Store l'u;:.v.- . • brisk demand at fully late rates, i -i ward store cows, £3 10/ to £4: o!-i inferior from £2. Young CattV Values unaltered. Heifers, 11 yeari ■10/. Sheep.—A very good luari Extra prime fat lambs, woolly, lo. . 17/(J; extra prime fat lambs, jjioro.. •{ to 15; 1; store shorn lamus, 11.1: wethers in wool, -Jo;; fat crosl: •*,; wetiiers, l(J/y; s...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECRETS OF VICTORIAN COURT ROOMS. LITTLE WEAKNESSES OF JUDGES. BARRISTERS WAIT WHILE JUSTICE NOUS ON BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

LITTLE WEAKNESSES OF JUDGES. BARRISTERS WAI'!' WHILE JUS TICE NOUS ON BENCH. Supremo and County Court judges in Victoria and members of tho Bar are worthy representatives of ju*tic<» but, liko other human beings, they havo their liltlo jok'.s and peculiarities, and .sometimes tho driest ease is livened by a witty remark <,r a reminiscence. Justice in the abstract is .said never to sleep, but there is at least one au thenticated instnu.e whero a justice of tho Supreme Court dd sleep while on tiie Bench. 'IV:o authentication was by tho justice himself, who frankly admit ted having slept through a long legal argument. It was near the end of the year, and the day was hot and tho Court stuffy. Counsel occupied two 'hours in legal argument, but without being awaro that the occupant of tho Bench was mentally absent. Nex'fc day, when tho case had proceeded for .sonic timo, a pu:«led look eanie over tiie judge's faco, and, slopping counsel, ho addressed him something l'...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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PORT FAIRY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

Tiio Port Fairy ra.-es wt'i'Li held on Saturday last, The weather w';ls lino, and the attendance very satisfactory. Following are the results:— Hurdle Pace. Two miles. 1'. ilea zlewood s lir g Wasseca, by General Symon—Hellene, aged, 9.10 (A. Wil ton) 1; G. J. Officer's cli g Kieocliet, ■1 yrs., 9.10 (P. Perrott), 2; J'as. D.ck I .soil's 'or g Ludwig, aged, 10-0 (P. Cos grove). 3. Only three started. Bet ting: Kven money Wasscea, 2 to L agst. Ricochet, 3 to 1. Ludwig. Won by half it bead, Ludwig lour lengths away third. Time: 4.2. Trial Handicap. S'x furlongs.—J. F. Scott's I) g Emeraldale, by Falkirk Lady Sto.-kdale. 5 yrs., 8.2 (.11. J. Arm strong). 1; .J. Mahony's eh m Bright Kirk, o yrs., 8.3 (P. Perrott), 2; \Y. OBnen's eh m Banaroo, aged, 7.0. car ried 7.5 (S. A. Pence), 3. Other start ers: Erin's Hope, 8.0. claimed 5 lbs., earr.ed 7.(J; Ornate, 7.12; Haymow, 7.7. Uetting: Evens Emeraldaie, 3 to I 1 Bright Jvirk, -1 to 1 Erin's Hope, o to 1 Ornate, 10 to 1 the others. Won easi...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAMPERDOWN TURF CLUB. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

GAMPERBOWN TURF CLUB. Til K NOMINATIONS. The following entries were received last night for the annual meeting ot the Canipcrdown Turf Club, to be held on .Monday, January 26:— Trial Stakes.—Jlncme, Taur Exeter, Sports Ciirl, Wambigal, Ornate. King K.rk, Nat Kirk, Tweedside. Olympic, Ctanyard, Bitllarook, .Miss June, Malva [ ceoiis, Dowling Forset. Le l''auciieur, | Cudgee, Embrasene. | Hurdle -Race.—Lady Alva, .Ricochet, 1 Fulcrum, Kyluna. Calabash. Rose of 'Falkirk. Eiueraldalo, M ilkabali, Xure, Recoiled, Autumna, Brown Bird, and , Canvasser. Bracelet Stakes.—Taur Iixeter, Wiri | Wiri, Sjiorts Girl, Fulcrum, King Kirk, Sea Warrior. Kaze, Dalesman, -Saltan1. Autumna Ma Gosse, Kirk Brae. Jack Crusoe, Boulogne and Tourney. | Canipcrdown Cup.—Mirene, White | Water, Ka/.e, Obi. Widden, Roseview Uki, Bouinore, Patriotic', Kirk Brae, Gladwyn, Glenboli. Prizefighter, Atora. j Wiiigarara. Little Slam Napkarb. The j il.ajc.stic Nui, Pouter. Boulogne, Gal j viston, Bobind.e, Sylvanmore, Dis...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

-TAKE CARE OF YOUR. PROPERTY, AND IT WILL TAKE— CARE OF YOU. Us -v C- . Worth-Whlle " Paint. In a _ Painting Job, Labor costs morothan tho Paint; therefore USe H Genuine and Durable Paint, and yomvill Save Labor.; A tO iil IS TJIE BEST OX THE MARKET. It is Sold in a Croat Variety of Suitable Shades for Houses and Implements by Tapani Bismol Oa-aperetiva Society, Limited

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DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. The publican's booth for the summer meeting of tli0 W'arruambool Kacmg Club wero submitted at auction on Thursday by -Messrs. Chas. .Mc.Meokin and Co. The bidding was brisk. The. successful purchaso- was jlr. I'. F. Ilogan. of Prahran, who secured ' the i privilege at ;Cao and the hill booth a i £y. The prices realised last year wore: Lawn, £31; llill £5. j Messrs. A. Thomson and W. Oman, ' J\>.1\, attended at xho Lismoro Police Court oil Wednesday and heard tho de tails <11 a sprue in which John -Uinogue was alleged to have been assaulted and robbed by George .Harrington. Tile ineii were strangers to each other until they mei at tae kou-1 on_ Wednesday last", and they remained drinking toge ther until the Friday nigiit. The com plainant deposed thai he, Harrington, and .some otuers .spent ihe night in tho lovse-box of tiio hotel .stables, and that Harr.ngton ordered iiini to givo up a •■iiver'' that he had in lu.s possess.on. lie refused, and Harrington...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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TENNIS. TERANG v. COBDEX. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

❖ " TERAX'f; v. COBDEX. Torang met Cobden on Saturday lust in tho Alumnie Chip Competition, at Camperdown. The last time these teams mot Terang won by a small mar gin. but since then the C'aniperdown and Cobden delegates have met and re hand capped Terang, so that 011 Satur day Terang were giving" cohdeu 15 in every game, which was an impossible task. Terang are still leading in thu A section, having only been defeated once. Scores :—• Thompson and Hoggio (Cobden) beat Waring and Alain (Terang). G—1. 6—3. Dr. Drew and Thompson (Cobden) bear Dr. 'Weir and Tregea (Terang), G—3, 0-3. Dr. Drew and Thompson beat "Waring ami Main, G—0. G—0. ) Dr. 'Weir and Tregea beat Thompson and Jfeugio, G—o G—1. ! ' :

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POLO. COLAC v. CAMPERDOWN [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

POLO. COLAC v. CAJIPERDOAVN A polo match was played 011 The Hill ground 011 Saturday last between Colac and Caiuperdown. The teams were:— Colac: Iveitk Calvert, i\eil Calvert, Alan Calvert and K. A. Kamsay. Caiu lK'fdowii: C. 15. Palmer, J'1. J. Stans niore, Stansmore and A. Heid. Camperdown set to work early in the game, and at the end of the nr.st chukka tliey had two goals to one. 'J'ho game remained even.-and at the start for the final chukka Camperdowji had a lead of one goal. Keith Calvert, early in this term, hit his fourth goal, bringing the scores to s;.\ all. A great- struggle en sued for the winning shot, and the best play of thu afternoon was witnessed. -M. Stansmore and Kamsay put in goon work but 110 further goals were added, the iinal scores being:— Colac: G goals 10 hehinds. Camperdown : C goals C behind,s.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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WARRNAMBOOL RACES. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

Till-: WEIGHTS. Appended arc the* weights for tlic abovo ra-os, to bo held on Saturday next:— Trial Handicap.—Tioga. King lsir'f, 9.0; Olympic, S./3; Pirateer, ijouque tiiv, Wynne. 7.LJ; Ciulgee, 7.1'.?; .Mneiiie. '7.10; Ornate. Erin's Hope. 7.;"); Silt. 7."2: "Wambigal. 7.0. Hurdle 1a aw.— Kmenndale, 11.3: Fiilcnim. 11.0 : Lady Alva. 1().">; Kun>, 10.;5; Kvluna, 10.0: "Wassoea. 9.1*2: Chatter Boy. 9.10; ll.cochct, 9.9; Lud wig. Calabash, 9.5; Pose Falkirk, 9..'5; Lord Evans, 9.0. Stunnier Handicap.—.Motoa, 9.0; IMirene, 8.1*2; Whare, Major Eight, 8.10; Ivagi. 8.3: Darlington, Tioga, (>. 11?; Wambigal. 0.7. Steeplechase.—Arion, li.0; Kyappa, 10.o; Harossa, Expiation. 10.0; .Mono rail, 9.9; Pax>ki 9.5; Storm, Cuach, 9.0. Pony Pace.—May Coil, 10.o: Rohnna 9.3; Lady Arden. 7.10; Fairy Port, 0reedy. Gulden Pay. 7.1; Kolor South, 0. 7. Flying Handicap.—iMoloa 9.11: !Mac C'ulloch, 9.9: iMa.-'sev .Major Eight, 9.J: Grai'tondale. S.Gj'Wiri Wiri. 7.1*2; •la arc. Xat Kirk. 7. i : ...

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NATURE'S GENTLEMAN THE CULTURE OF THE SPANISH PEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

NATURE'S GEHTLE8SAN THE CULTI'TIE OF THE SPAXISFj PEASANT. Spriin is one of tIio most illiterate j coantriea in the eiviii.-cd world, yet also or.e of (ha be;:fc cdueatcd, unices cdrcalion b? •,nc-rely that mass ol undiyjcsUd and '.-aaaaaonly :iii-ap;dicd information ah. or) ul within four wails. Few nvn have a n-.orc exact knowledge, a more aolid fouling on j tho everyday uxi-ift dn.n I he pca-'aiit. ilu h'honrjr, the ur.Mivr of tjyain. Cm does i'.o'c :n.trv«.l r-:!y at the (hxru. ptr..".::':- >, > i 'l: •" .• ra'a.mau ca! Iait;:u;!.v <>i :. u:.-: i. M liv.vs, !>;■,; a; ' : a. ■ ra i.' v.i.: do;n iiia! a'aa;a ">• .a :1 i h: ;r e . scntcn;?. If ir \i' 1 ■•..cy iUni a j thera ■.i; ■ ad •.a :a . • '! a;.; I.ito ; fcKtcr.'n rol c. i aa ; i • n co.n; cn -a' ian ;h:y l»p.v? a ill of vocr.';«I:;ry ;.n 1 a f '1 : inadi- | ('Ay d:r.' n ' a • r-«r.;;- :iaai ::::-ny j dn;r:- a a' a a. ? .!>_• co'.r. ; : o .diny cla'S j ;y■ u a- a ' !;;i:d-'. It i:; (a til' "1 . ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

re* mm carni val. TERAXG RACECOURSE. S A T U II D A Y, —1-lth FEH., 1914. i-lth FROCRA.M.UK AXi) ORDER OF RUNNING OF EVENTS. 1. MAIDEN FONT RACE. Four fur longs. I-i.la.u. ilinimum weight, 10.(J. First prize, trophy value 42/; second prize, trophy value 10/G. Nomination, ~/G. 2. MAIDF.X TROT (u:ir<.yis>U'red). Ouo iu;k* ami t'uvo i'urionys. For horses ihat have never won a first prizo (»iunv nil;; included). Minimum wo fiiir. 10s:. prize, trophy va.uo t>0, : second prize, trophy value 10,. Nomination, l!. G. :j. MA.i-llX HACK HACK. Five fur loii.,s. NL i i; 1;: i i i i 1 i woijiili, lOsfc. First pmt>, iropiiy value ou/; second piv/.u ,iiop:iv vaiue 10 . Nomination i. fak;:s' noiis;-: ;;ack. sevou • u. ii>; j;.. : !••>! i-.r.-t- yal !• p : >iir !»kII itaii a ion; wh.'ii tiio lca-in!^ iior.so yuiioys, all gallop. Aliin-.niuti weight, lOsfc. prize, irophy value uU/; second prize, irupliy va:uo 10, . Nomina tion -,(j. •">. OPKN HACK. Four fur longs. I S. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

SKIN DISEASES, N / Including Eczcma, Pimples, Hashes, Boils, Chilblains, Ringworm, Shingle?;, Ulcers, Old Soros, lnvvo thoir cure in Rcxona, tho Rapid Healer. Sold in triangular pots at I/O and 3/. Obtain able at H. P. Bennett, Ohemiat..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH AND BRON CHITIS. little girl si;!*";<kred for SKVKN A [ON! US. ''My I.ttle K'i'l. atwo years, liacl \Yeooplny Cough and Bronchitis fcr i-t vcti months;/' wv:U's .dr.>. L'\ Liuvsou 3 \V:iU-r Sirivt. Campcrdown. N.S.^V. •"Sometimes she-»as k> bad she, wo.lid fall (town with weakness. J\[any a i to I have picked her up. ih.nking the '■> :>s dead. She would hold her breath. and I would have to smack her on the back as to help her to breathe again. I gave Iter a number of cough remedies, and 1 was always taking her to the doctors, ar.d they gave her many coiitrh remedies, but nothing had any effect, wha over. One day a lady rccommonded me to try Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery II nd fp.id it was very good for Whooping Cough. so I got. a botile and gave her three and sometimes iivo doses a day. and it seemed to relievp her almost at onee. and in a week's time you would not know her: .she did "nt look the same child. She rs much fatter and lias never cough...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

In Memorism. j RYAN.—In loving memory of my dear mother., who died on ]2tli January, 1913, K.I.P. | Inserted by her loving daughter, Onie.  

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WHAT PEOPLE DO. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

WHAT PEOPLE DO. By Walt Mason. "I used to insist that this is the best of all possible worlds," remarked the druggist, "but the moro I read tho newspapers the more I find that be lief slipping. There is so much ingra titude in tho world that a man can't shake a stick at it. I was reading a hideous story in the newspaper this morning. "An old woman in a 6mall Wisconsin town was taken to the poorliouse the other day, and tho journey broke her heart. In her better days, when she was ablo to work and earn money, that woman made a business of adopting children and giving them a chance in life. Sho reared three girls, and all of them married well and Tire in comfort ablo homes at this hour. And not one of the three would lift a finger to keep the old woman from tho poorliouse. Such a story as that makc3 a man won der whether human natnro isn't a rem nant counter affair." "Before a man makes up his mind to condemn tho human race because of such a story," said the village patri arch, "ho sh...

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THE INDUSTRIOUS MOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

THE INDUSTRIOUS MOU8E. Many years ago a studious Scotsman named David Hutton proved that stores of the profitable energy were go ing to waste among thoso tiny but active folk, the ordinary domestic mica. In the summer of 1812 I had occa sion (ho wrote) to bo in Perth. "Whilo inspecting the toys and trinkets that were manufactured by the French pris oners in the depot there, my attention was attracted by a littlo toy house with a. -wheel in tho gable tliat was running rapidly round, impelled liy the activ ity of a common mouse. For one shil ling I purchased the house, tho mouse and tho wheel. But how to apply half-ounce power, which is the woight of a mouse, to a useful purpose was the difficulty. At length the manufacture of sowing thrend seemed the most practicable. The investigator found that an ordin ary niouso would run on the average ten and a-half miles a day; ho had one mouse that ran tho remarkable distance of eighteen miles in that time. A half penny's worth of oatmeal was ...

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MORTICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

MORTICIANS. Long ago, wlien man departed from this carfch to face his Maker, then his loved ones, broken-hearted, called the village undertaker; now when man's in that condition, dead as death can over mako him, people summon the morti cian to embalm and undertake him. When my beard begins to harbor wrens and robins, great and lesser, T consult the nearest barber, not tonsorial pro fessor. TVhen I liavosomo news that orter printed be. to stir men's wonder, I ring up a good reporter—not a jour nalist, by thunder! When tho sur geon and physician do their worst and leave me dying I will murmur: "No mortician round my carcase shall come prying! "When I'm carried to God's acre, see the doings.are condueted^by a good old undertaker on old-fashioned lines constructed!" How I hate these fancy handles men adopt, to sootlio their vitals; they are but dull-witted vandals "who reject time-honored titles. He is safest, sanest, smartest, who es chews all sounding lingo; do not claim to bo an "art...

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