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TIps[?] [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

- (f Tips SHO^)SPIKK.,, The old* hero, Tom Collins, on ,thc a4 'tarda, and^Cr'AVerry i »nKffip.-'l sani.ef mark; ai^iir^li£^^)^f;ftS; raci *pref^ronde.tOA_ ?. vt'k'&. i r' I^thdQuartpr-inile; I think ' | ,.^„*3M0imssEy|-'r i on tlie 's&atcn;Ais»;npt ashea. .to give too much start. to th03diin front'^pf .him, And for once I expect, !the,.spratch nian..to win. The traek' is about the fastest quarter in I the coloiiies,andjMovij.3ocyr^^U,no doubt, do, good time' ^ ij M

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NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

NEWCASTLE SHEFFIELD. Tho following aro tho anooptances for Mr. W. Sidnoy 's Ilandioap and Quarter-mile, to jo rim on January 13, !?'. and 17. Tho evonts ire croatiii' a jrood'doal of interest 111 theeit.v if cnal and smoko, aud some of tho host, rim l'irs will attend ? , . Newcaotm: Gband IIandicat-. A Trinder. 5V ! Ti'Liddle. E. Sutton, E. mu'vard, 8: .T. 'Moody, .T \V. Price, M. V., Morr saev. 0 ; II. Bailey, M. J. bolomon. 0', ;j T Kowaii, AV. B. Solb% 10 , P. Monaprhan,! 10,\ ? J. Brewer. HMBueIioII, ?' .T. L-jran, J. Morris, 11 : T. Ellem, 115; ; J. AV. Byrnos, G.l A.. Studdart, P. Blyth, J. Ingram. 12 ; J3. ba/.-vriis, P. AV. Soniors.lU!,' -. E. Penno, 11.) W Turner, J.' Eice?;T,;nSi.ttOn, 13; ,J.F.j Lovcdav. P. Doylo,- 13J : T. Goddos, A._Bav Sett T. Fisher, J. C'onn.'B. Cronintonv G.-Gard-. nor,H. Canipboll, P.Calhighaii, S. J. 131non,H.' v Masiiov. B.' If. Bliixhind; ' M.'l edder, C.j Worry ? E. AValkor ('a)j T. Collins, 14 j J. R.; AVest, IT. Gil^ph.C. Thp'.nas, 141 ; B. S...

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[?] YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

? YACHT CLUB. Ppiadron took placo tho clip, valued at y thoir commodore, | -s were — Waitangi, -1 tons, A. G. jsiiison, scratch; Sirocco, 10 tons, E. 'W. Knox, Omin; ; Guinovoeo, 10 tons, S. A. Want,*12min.*. Sao, 0 tons, JJr. Milf«rd, lfimin.,- Assegai, G tons, G. F. Mjiimiii. IGmiii.; ' Carina, 0 tons. Major' Gascoigno, ISlnin.: and Pleiades. S tons, 22min. Course, from lini betivcou starter's lioat and French bnn' -i .Ventral Bay. down round boat off Lon.r round Fort Denison lightship, Sow ? 1 Pics, Shark Island, and back to flagli.v'.c ofr Fort Macqnarie. The elub addod a'se -'- 1 pi i7.e of Xl'- and a third, tlie amount ?ofcti':'' uiee fees. Tho wind was from cast. 'co'mPtTKn a litilo souf-herly and at others somewhat northerly of that point, and just enough of it tomako thing's comfortable. All tlio boats entered turned up, and very pretty they looked crulsinc about beforo the start. All of them-furried jibhoador'; except Sao, which had: a sqnarohoadcr aloft. As tho 1 o'clock ...

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SYDNEY AMATEUR SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

SYDNEY AMATEUR SAIUNG ' cms. . , (Br 'Backstay.') Tlie Sydney Amatonr Sailing Clnb s hnrry seurry race came oft' on Saturday afternoon. The course was from a flying start botweon lCirribilli Point and starter's boat and round lightship and Sow and Pigs, round fla£boat off Fort I-lacqnarie, roimd -Shark Islana. and back to flagboat. Tho conditions were, main sail and jib or jib and foresail, no booming jib out allowed. Jioats nnaer i- nanus ; iiOft. to 23ft., 5 hands; over 23ft., G hands. The following wero tho entries and handicaps Lotus, scratch ; Guinevore, -Eesetta, Triton, lmin. ; J. S. Poyon, jun., 2mm. ; Genesta and Pomona, 3uiin.; Buttercup and PI .met, IHinin. Lottie and Sea Breo'ze,' amin.; Petrol, Smin.; iscd for 3.15 p.m., tho tide being 1, and tho wind coming in from t rather light. After tho flag 0 first boats across tho lino woro ton and Bosotto, tho rest following itii tho exception of Lotus, who lit seven minutes late, and Planet ;es Into, but started after tho 1 wor...

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AQUATICS. BALMAIN SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

IQUATICS. ''' A\ BALMAiN SAILING CLUB. . . . , By Backstay. : Tho soeond raeo of tho season in connootioii with tlio lialmain Sailing Club, camo off on Saturday afternoon, and was well contested throughout. -It was for a trophy presented by Commodore Fitzhnrdingo. Tho boats took hp thoir positions as follows: — Daisy, Sophia,' Gortio,. and Our Hoys, the courso heins* from moorings off Wliitohorsij Point, round Goat Island, round boat off 'irou.Cpvp Brid^o. round uoat isanu, and oacK to nagooat oil yyuwii liorao. Alittlo aftor'Jp'.m., tha timoadvortiscd -for starting, the, ileot wpnt off, the Our Bpysi taking tho load, olo'scly prossod by Sophia.;' Tho way tlio moorihjja . v,' -ere . laid till) Our Boys', (-fo,urth. .;p, option . -turned . out to bo' -a windivard' ono;r . iOl ''stood to wards Cockatoo -and then ' aoross, nnd worked down tlio,. Balmain , shore, except Gortie. wlio-^Htood over to'Grochwich, and worked short Iq^s a-long. that shore. Paasin? Long'nosd'* Poiht; Olir Boys'...

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GLADSTONE HANDICAP. H. Ackerman Wins. Second Day. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

GLADSTONE HANDICAP. ' H.;Ac3csrinan Wins. Second Day. Tho Horond day of tho first round vras.run on Thnrndaj'. Tho sittondmuio v/as not lar^o, not more than three hundred * ooplo being pre Ho'nt. A numhor of tho runnors enterod ?wore not present, r-nd the thirteenth and eijfhtbanfch lioatn fell through for-*»vant of ntarters. .Mr. A. Farroll suoco.^sful with tlio pistol, whilo Mr. F. Wilhin.-on was jurl^o and tirno koopcr. S. Smith ran tho quickest heat, and jtforriHsey and JM'Garri^al won very nicely. ' ». r, ' ' First Konnd. Vv ^ rovuTr.nxTii II. Gv^ak, lGydM.,1. ! Tiuxo, '13sec. ' E:' Xaziirua. 7yibi., ytartod. ?'Won by- two .yaris. .. ? ? ? ??«*'''' 1 . FiwnnNTTT nnAT.— S. Smith, ? 17yds..' l.- tTimn, 12?sec.' 'C.' Leonard, 1-iyVla.; utartod. Won by two amlalmlf yai\la.: - ? ? ? / .. t ?? {' . SL^SBNTir iiEAT.^P; Marfciiiocr, lQvds:; 1.'. Tiino,' WJsec. ? J. Fryer,- lOyda., and 1®. -James, 9yds.;' Btarted^'Wo'n'by.tvoyhr.lfl.. j ' 4r,. . ' ?, SEVKNTKBirni' irLAT.— F. Tiovoday. l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

Mr. Walter Sidney's fourth Shoffiold comirences to-morrow, and ontries for the Bega Handicap are required on |tho same day. Entries for Queabeyan and New England races must be mado to-morrow.

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BEGA RACES. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

BEGA RACES. (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Tho first day of tho Bega racos took placo yosterday, with tho following rosults : — Trial Stakes. — Tlio Scamp, Romony Rinnio, Woodlands. Beqa Cup. — Tho Soamp, Adam, Patoh. Tiir.o, 3min. llsec. The Bracelet. — Bega, Masher. District Purse, — Glonduart, Progress, Kamoruka. . | Members' Pubse. — Romony Rianio, First King. All the jockeys wore crape in momory of Teddy M'Grado, who was brought np in this looality. ? ?

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A Night in the Central. "HIDOKOO KARWAKI MASU." [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

A Nigjit ii the Cteiitrftl.; ' Hidokoo Karwaki Masu.' This is a Japanese motto which means ' I am very thirBty.' The gratification of the thirst to any great extent with fluid stronger than' what tho Good Templar washes in results, as a rule, with tho poorer class of mortals, in a night in tho colls, to answer in the morhing to a half awake magistrate, instructed by a gingor whiskored policeman, and show cause why the elected should not be sent up tor seven days. Thero is more fun to bo got out of a day in tho watchhouso than a night in tho cemetery, but tho average man who has only tho one experience to draw upon cannot say whether the dead who die in the Lord aro not more happy than tho unfortunate who, overcome by the juice of the red grape, turns it up in the street and hands his card to tho nearest policeman. Tho modus operandi of a run in, with its attendant circumstances of a night in the cells, a morning in the court, and a sojourn of soven days in Darlinghurst, are collecte...

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VICTOR HUGO AND THE BEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

VICTOR HUGO AND THE BEARS. ' I remember that seven or eight years ago, 'says a narrative of Victor Hugo from which we translate, ' I went to Claye, a few leagues from Paris. I returned from there on fbot ; I started tolerably early, and towards noon tlio beautiful trees of the forefit of Boudy tempting mo at a placo where tho road turns abruptly, I sat down with my back against an oak tree on a grassy slope, hung my feet over a ditch, and began to write in my green-book. As ?I was finishing my fourth line, I raised my eyes vaguely, and perceived on tho other side of the ditch, on the edge of the rock, a few steps in front of me, a bear, who was gazing fixedly at jc°. _ fcJ Ld,' vl ierht one dpps not hay^h6^:nightmare, one can- 1 ii. not be duped by an '.appearance, | m V. deformed rock, or an absurdJT triinE^SWr1 TttSr^-^oX^Sy^KIi^n, one does not havo hallucinations. 'It was indeed a bear, a live bear, a true bear, perfectly hideous, moreover. ,Ho was gravely seated on his haunches,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

Sporting. , ' YORKSHIRE MAN' Commenced the NEW YEAR In a BRILLIANT MA'NNEI, Aa he sent WILLIAM TELL and ALL GOLD For tho STANDISH and BAGOT HANDICAPS, Thus sending the winners of the first double of tho season. He followed it up by giving all his clients KITAWA For the CARRINGTON STAKES On Monday, and Bont Keith (second) as vory hard to beat, frequently through tho News. This is a magnificent commencement, and he ojepects to havo another WILLIAM TELL For tho NEWMARKET HANDICAP, And a real good* thing (both specially . kept) for ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. The yearly subscription for 1887 now 1 commences, and is Worth Ten Times the Fee TO BACKERS. Terms and list of winners sent on applica tion (encloso stamp). YORKSHIREMAN. For many years tho meet successful sporting writer in the Sydney Press. ' Y 0 It K SHIR E M A N,' Box 8G2, G. P.O., Sydney. /k.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

. ? Sporting. ? 'JjlOLEY'S. GYMNASIUM THE NOBLE ABT OF -.SELF DEFENCE. LESSONS GIVEN DAILY . At . 'FOLEY'S ATHLETIC EALL, By PROFESSOR JACKSON, Tho present Champion of Australia, and pupil of Lauronco Foley's) / ThegPopular SATURDAY NIGHTS' ENTERTAIN MENTS are the ;best iNjrowN. ? Always A. SPLENDID BILL on SATURDAY NIGHT. boll up NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT. FOLEY'S ATHLETIC HALL, White H.rae Hotel, G-B ? It GE- STREET ' . m 0 TACHTIN G and BOATING GENTL EMEN* 'Go to E. W. PETTIGEEW'S Sail, Tent, Flaff, and TAEFAULIN FACTOEY, 221 CLAEENCE-STBEET, For bOBt^YACHT iopls' BL°0KS' For MAHQUlLs.FOr ^ STEEI' W1EE For MARQUEES. For TENTS. I ? ? Por TENTS. Estimates {rivonl for COMPLETE EQUIP ' MENT ol J-AOHTS, BOATS, * 'With Newel's atent Improved Steel Wiro. E. 'W.SPETTIGREW'S Sail, Tont, Flomand Tarpaulin Faotory, 221, CLAfe OE-STEBET. Jjto. DUDLEY, Manager. ; - - - \\: r- :? E.ff C A s!t L.E b'a C E3 (Bboi9tbbxd|« FEBRUARY 24 and 20, 1887. Under tho Management of tho Committee * of tho NEWCASTL...

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THE FIFTY YARDS RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

'THE'-nPTY-TARBS KECOHD. 1 Since. Hutclions made known his inten tion ot'breakmg the 50yds. record, which attempt is to take place oh 'Wednesday at G o'cloolc in !tli6' cvdning, ' there li:i3 been 'somoidiscussioii as- tb the best established record; -'K'*' has1 'boon stated that the 'Anioncaii;' Johnson did' tho distance in ?5}3etv- The re'cord is -doiibted'ovon in the lana or stara ana- stripes, nn'.uaugnea ao in Bngla'nd/'Jolinson is said; by the Ainorieau -Pre3S.tp'bfe'incnpa'bio; of doing lOsec: for '100ydsi;' andsifc''iiJ ' altogether improbable thafc'''hb'rcould-'do'.* tho 50yds. in the time stated:' If- afforded ^a llying start he may havo ' donte it-, ^bnt/ tlieni it - would be no record.-' Myers is said £o 'liavo' dono 5i3ec., but as he is- notoriously slow for the first 100 'or 'nioro -yards1 this is altogether dis crodite-l. \ThQ diatanco of 50yds.' is a very uhcomnioii;6nor arid^vc^y seldom run, and thereforo few iittempcs have been made to j fixircCPrds;;i-'Hiitcliens ...

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ATHLETICS. ANOTHER AUSTRALIAM RECORD BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

[?] C li ;; .-mt; SHOISl'IKE.) .. . ANOTHER AUSTB/lilAIT S.HGOBD ' ' BROKEN.. At tho Horsham Athletic Oluh's sports on Boxing Day, Bl. Conn, of Ballarat, walked the one-mile in Gmin. 27.1 see., beat ing^tho (iinin. 40sec. of Fred AVuodliouse, an artist now practising in Melbourne at his profession. It is now a good many years since Woodliouse, who was the best ?man of Ivis day in Australia, made hi»' ?record, and the public have not been' so ?interested in this branch of sport of late years. J. 'White, who walked at Botany some months ago; received 10yds. start and camo in third, while the second man, AV. Brnlall, had .116yds. starts ?? : .The i following testimony is- given as to tho accuraicy of. tlio. performance-:— ! ? 'I, James' Wallis,' secretary of tlio Hor sham ?' Athletic Club, hordby certify that M: .Oonn eqmpeted Jin - the Olio-mile: Walk ing Match-' in -e.onnoction with* tho' aniiual i.sport3'- of. tho, abovoi club, ;'on tho 23th .'?Decemba'ri 'lSSG.i; and -walkeditlie, ...

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[?]DNEY ENTERPRISE SWIM MING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

IDimsX BNTEBPaiSE SWIM MING CLUB. Jbatnrday afternoon, at Eobinson's bath's, pal heat of tlio 100yds. haiulioap^-wus led for a silver trophy prosonted by tho iy iionterpriso Swimming Club. Tlio appeared to causo much cxcitomont r tho spectators, who took great intorost from start to finish. Carloton, tlio er ot tlio first iioat, did not put in an aranoo, so tho remaining- competitors ? a off for tho prize, tho rosult boiiijr as , ws ! — P. Cliirko (17sec.) ... ? j .! P. lonpr (usee.) ? 2 . W. H. Marks (Ssoo.) ? 3 : irko dashod off in a very oxoitoii mannor I ; 1 tho stavtor gave tho word ta go, and at ' : ind of tho first length was loading Lonir ? 2yds., Marks boing a very short distanec ' nd tlio lattor. hon within liulf way of tho winning post : ; sluckoned his paco considerably, seeing pponsnt so far ahead ; and Clarko, doing ' est all tho way, camo in an oasy winnor. picket club has been formed by tho C'S| employed in the Lands Office. As ^ine exponents of tho game nre aged in ...

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A HASH STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

A RASE STATSUI231TT. A. writer in an evening paper in Sydney, speaking of Malone's Gladstone Handicap, says: — 'The officials and othei-3 con sidered that Carniody never tried a yard.' The same writer then goes on to sing the death-knell of pedostriahism. If, as lie states, tho 'officials considered that Carniody did not try to win and was a: strong public ' favourite, why was not action taken in the matter ? The fact is that the writer in question is the only person that Hits sucli a bad opinion of the ; young Queen3landdr, who did-' alt 'lie know to win. Carinod3' had a good start in the Carrhigtoii — 21 yards— and after a trial his' chances were not considered good enough to warrant his accepting the posi tion' allotted to him. His performances jnstified his getting the start allotted in the i Gladstone. 'It is Carmody's first attempt , in a Sheffield, and if ho hud not been put ; back for false starting the chances are, that ho would have won. j . The veteran Dick Stevens was pr...

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TISMANIAN TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

? TiSMANlAN TURF CLUB i Tho . Mowing entries were rocoivod on iWodnosdjy for tho Summer Meeting, to bo, hold on Fbrnaiy 16;iind 17 : — i- ?-.???? :? i ' LAUNCESTON CUI',' ' ' - Of 250soy. ; sooond, 20 ssvs. ; third, 10 sovs. ! Qio milo and throo-qnartors ? ? : - ?? i i (Melbourno entries.) - i i . Essioi Iroquois ' ? I Gardeiia Menotti ? ? i j FishoSilvor ? Duration ' : * 1 Harvotor Western ; Honey Boo Salvo ,, I TASlTiNIAN TVIIV CLUB HANDICAP, pf 100 sov . ; second, 10 sovs. Ono milo and i a-holf. ? ' ? ? ? (Molbourno ontries.) , f Essio ((foiiJroqnois ! Gardo ia '?^ouotti : } Fish o Silver Duration ? t Harvotor WeBteni ; HonoyBoe. . ' , 1' j . STEEPLECHASE, GlOO sovs. ; soeond, 20 so vs. About two I. miles and a-half. , | (Melbourne ontries.) i Gilderoy Monarch.

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TASMANIA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

: I TASMANIA RACING CLUB. Tho following entrios wore rocoivod on Woduosd.ay for tho Summer Moeting, to bo . hold|at Hobart on tlio '9th, 10th, und 11th of Fobruary : — hobart cur, . ? Of 300 soys'. ; second, 35 rovs. ; third, 15 sovs. ? ' Ono mile and a half. I (Molbourno Entries.) . Irequois Honeybee ' Fish-o' Silver Cestus , ? ; Essio Menotti Salvo ' I duration Gardenia Wpstern Harvostor i WILSON MEMORIAL STAKES. .' Of 120 sovs. ; second, 15 sovs. \ third, 5 soys. . .. Once round and n. (I: Blanco. '?» iU^ll'AnirnoTln tries.) Irouois Harvester ? ' Fii o' Silver Honeyhoo . Es o Menotti P..! ? Duration Ga lenia Western TAE ANIAN RACING CLUB HANDICAP, Of 110 ivs. ; second, 10 rovs. Ono milo and' a quarter; ? (Molbourno Entries.) Irouois Hpaoybeo ? ? ? Fisljo' Silver Menotti 'EsfraV Duration '?? Gar-fnia Western ? ? ?- ??'''? Har^stor : . . -./ij.

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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. FLYING STAKES. Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. j FLYING ^STAKES. Six furlomrs. ? 1 Dagobort, ' Spocnlation, Astroea, Tristnn, Glon lllcin, Bluko, Allison, Howlong, Upper Cut, ' Poarl Biiy, Exbanlc, Euroolydon, Glad stone Maid, Leuinoah, Slotli, Buttercup, Wollar, I.a V^lliore, Paladin, Figtreo, Vic tory, Pinkio, Mazoppa, Sir Garnot, Tho Pri mato, Recruit. Spoilt Child, Toronto, Alma J'RINTE OP WALKS' STAKES. Seven furlongs. Lady Jrarion, Sundial. Kainbow, Prince Regent, Toronto, Basil. Cvnrie, Rebellion, Indignation, First Demon, Nepieallfnu, Mistral, JaekK-n, Explorer. THE PARK STAKES. \ Six furlongs. Irish Queen, Coroban, Orange Blossom, Thir Mule, Seattcrfield, Alma, Stitch-in-Tiine, Once Again, Gladstone- Maid, Atlas, Hopeful. Figleal', Lady Marion, La Valliero, Bluo Blood, Abydqs. Rossiville, L0110 Star, Home Rule, Aurelia, Seclusion, Ceriso and Gold., THE CiUTEUIlUUY HANDICAP. One milo. Dagobort, Porella, Ellington, Rebellion.. Bluo Blood, Victory, 'Resolve, Lord of the: Lake, Soldier Boy. Sir Garnet...

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LAWRENCE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Referee — 13 January 1887

E LAWRENCE RACES. : i'Tlio following nominations havo teen made ft- tho LiiYVTonuo (Grafton)' races, to take Pico on January 26 : — , . | MAIDEN PLATE. 2; Injjislcillon Atalarta J, Agato Omagli fl Gladiator Arcanus ; Sentenco Miss Wolcome ? ' ? f Leopold Navigator. i LAWRENCE HANDICAP. bmiskilloQ Leopold [ Ramorino: ' Azalia ' ' ' ^Zillali ' . : Enoid : Agato, : Aroanus. ' :-ii; , Knight Errant Uproarious'. , Lopoz ' Imvi' Sentonoe. ? . ,

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