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Australian Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Australian Wool. A Woolgrowers' Convention has been held at SaltLake City, U.S.A., to con. sider advisability of co-operation of American wool producers, in competition with the incoming Australian wool, that is being imported into the United States in large quantities owing the re moval of the duty hitherto imposed. The infinite superiority of Australian to American wool, which is causing that demand for the former in the United States, that is so disturbing American growers, is largely attributed to,,the careful attention of flockmasters in this country to the constant improvement of their flocks. Australian breeders do not hesitate to pay anything from 100 to 1000 gnineas each for rams to im. prove the quality of their stals, and through them that of their general flocks, whereas American breeders con. tent themselves with cheaper and in ferior stud rams. Hence a difference in the quality of the wools, in which Australha has apart from this a natural advantage in the special adap...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Patrick's Day Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

St. Patrick's Day Races. A general meeting of the St. Patriok's Day icnio Race Club was hold at the Glenelg Hotel on Monday evening the 19th, the following being present:--Reva Fatler Lowham and Father ifenehan, Messrs W. J. Gavan, D. Daley, John Murphy, .T. M. O'Rourke, W. R. Ifeath, G. Malee, J. Glancy, M. O'Donnell, II. V. MacLeod, P. Neeson, G. O'Meara, J. Gunther and C. V. Hardy. It was decided to hold a picnic meet ing on the Castorton Course on Wednes. day, March 18th, the proceeds to be in aid of the Casterton Convent. The following olfice bearers were ap pointed: President, Rev. Fr. Lowhain. Vice Presidents, Messrs K. M. Matheson and J. Olancy. Stewards, Mesnra. J. Olancy. J. Little. K. M. Matheson, N. A. Peebles, W. Stock, and P. Q. Pinnell. Hon. Judge, Mr M. O'Donnell. Hon. Starter. Mr J. Little. Hon. Handicappers, Mesara J. Glancy and K. M. Matheaon. Hon.Clerk of Scales, Mr J. Glancy. Ron. Clerk of Course, Mr A. H. Bilston. Hon. Surgeons. Dra O. H. Skinner, F. A. Deravin...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Honored. Senior-Constable Seanian. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Honored. * -4-- I Se or-Constable lleanlan. At the Court House this morning, there was a gathering of the Justices of the Peace of the Casterton Branch to do honor to SeniorConstable E; J. Bcanlan, who retired on Thursday last after 12 ' "yJelrsnervlie e in charte of the Castertoh R oliebiDistft t: Mr 'f. .Hughes, the sl? ior Justice, presided;, and there were also present Cr J. Boss (President of the • :lenel Shire), Messrs T. Somerville, J. W. Murrell, A. E. Smith, and G. K. t.Vtah J's.P., while apologies for ab. senoe were received from Messrs W. D. Davis and R. C. Miller J's.1'., the latter stating in his letter of apology that he fully endorsed the complimentary refer-. escees.made to the Semor.Constable by the "Casterton News" in a sub.leader published in list issue. I The Chairman (Mr Hughes) referring tp,the object of the gathering said the Jiastices had met to shoi their apprecia. "tien 0f the good service Senior-Constable B;anlan had done during his 12 years term in charge...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lawn Tennis. Casterton v Survey Camp. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Lawn Tennis. Csaterton v Survey Cauip. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent at the Island Park courts yesterday by a large snmber off ospectators, in w'itnes. saing a match between teams represent ing the Geological Survey Camp and the Casterton Club, which resulted in a win for the latter by 910 games to 61, or 12 sets to 6. The ladies of the Casterton Cltb provided afternoon tea. Results of the games were: Towl and Stillwell (S.C.) lost to Dn. ravin and Silvester (C), 0-5, 3-0. Ifoindley and Lister (S.0) tied with Breen and Peebles (C), 6--4, 4--0. Thompson andc Collyer (S.C) lost to Cornoy and Cornoy (C), 1--, 1-6. Thompson anid Collyer (S.0) lost to Breen and Peebles (C), 0--0, 2-6. Ioadnley and Lister (S.C) lost to De. ravin and Silvester (C), 4--, 2--6. Thompson and Collyer (S.0C) lost to Dorarin anl Silvester (0), 0--0, 1--6. Towl and Stillwsell (S.C) lost to Cor. ney and Corney (C), 6-5, 2-0. Hoadley and Lister (S.C) beat Corney and Cornoey (C), 5--6, 6-t. " Towl and Stillwe...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good and Bad Roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Good and Bad. Roads. If many more people come along with complimentary reference to our district roads, we shall be ldft without "a leg to stand upon," "a feather to fly with," or even a peg left on which to hang com plaint with reference to Shire thor oughfares. "What capital roads you havero," was the quite spontaneous re mark on Tuesday last of the Rev. R. E. Iooper, of the Methodist HIome Missionoary Sooiety, who, later on that evening, described to an audience his painful experience of travelling over roajinpalong roads, when a bolt-nut of the coach framework caught him hard on the ear, and only a tight grip of the back of the seat saved him from being shot up into space as the vehicle dropped into a deep rut, or struck a particularly obstrusire stump or boulder. Of course, our visitors don't get much experience, if any, of our own back roads, especially in winter time, and therefore do not qniterrealise the reasonableness of com plaint about individual spots that make it at ti...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Sunnay School Picnic. The annual picnic outIng for the young ople attending Christ Church Bunday ohool was, hby kind permission of Mosesr *athenon Dros held yesterday at "Garnboola". The Superintendent, Mr R. Bnlton and teachers with the Hen. Sec. Miss M. Tythorleigh had evidence of a bhay time in prep.tration in the ohnr dance of good thilnga provided in the waY of creature cmnfort., that vere done full jultice to hby old and you nnl one those present. The R.La . i. . Chanlheren and several memherr of (Chrirst Church braoch of the Churh of Foghland M loos Society. gave as.titance to the talchlern in prepar atlon ot th? phnlicin rool(d antd the conducot of the athletic conetets, in which wore inclldledl old hniffrar. C.T.7.R. O.F.S., and married women's races for ednllle ands n rml r of rares for the children, while teunas and oricket mathce and other exhlilnratinlg gamee served to entertal nmany of those present. A cordlally wrelcomed visitor wne the Rev. hI. O. James forrmearly Vi...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ballarat Stock Market [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Ballarat Stock Mar~ket Cattle.-10io hed penned, list week's hlhest values being htalnttined. Quo. taliams-Prime pea- bulloeks to 9£1, extra to 413 17 1ltd, good to £10 10,, usefl'to $£9s. pnme cow 'to 58 17n Sd, good to £7el?s, usefl' to £?; Ave rage -Messrs 8tork Bros., Caamais, Band! -lord, 91 bullooks to £10" o ed; Miss Heaty, Merino- Downs, Henty, 7 bul. looks £9 18., 4 cows. 86 11s 4d Mr Thomas W.Iah, Sandford, 6 bullocks £8 1., eases 14 11, 1 cow £5 17s ed. Calase;--Only 16 yarded, for which aapetition raled brisk. Beat to 90s. -Bhaeep.--889 to hand. Iste high rates being well maintainad for top lote, whilt for.-othe seorts aLLhtly eier polo baid, to bsoopted. Quotations : crossbred with 19 to 19s ad, 'lt4p89d o, ood to 179, useful to li, psix * ewes 1o 1 8d, extra to 1so goo to ,da d.9ld usefu o fl to s *! witmiers to 18s 10s, good s a -to.l ie, mtlwio 'ewes ts iUaW. .&w.ege..-Mesrae Lusr. Li hlyv Uidfed. 78 crossbred e Litbd Very "little. I?'sy. sltw uiai.tt.", ýeles...

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Landlord and Tenant. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Landlord and Tenant. In the Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday: John Jeffreys, Bahgnalnla Road, proceeded to recover front Williamn Bull the sum of as Pd, paid by con-i plainant in shire rates on property ownedL by him, but occupied for a time tby, defendant under lease or contract, in which it was specified that rates should be paid by the tenant. Mrl Watt appeared for complainant and 1Mr It. Bolton for defendant. Complainant, after stating that de fendant refused to pay the rates, which witness had paid to the Shire, but claimed under conditions of the con ditions of the contract, said in oross examination that defendant had not asked him to pay the rates of the Shire, and that the property was rated in his (complainant's) name. The whole property was rated at lis per annum and es 9d was proportion of rates paid in respect to it for the period of de. fendant's tenancy. Proper notice of surrender of tenancy lihad been given. All rent due had been paid, and com plainant had received...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

To E thiMnea leMmuem. a .,J.us ihmmar 3. Li NJYLLU V.ugh. Aghm I -h-. wte Udea ths C bemlut md DtongIe Gulnea a battle) In Dottlee Ia, U, mad Se e, bottle. t eetarton. Optical Defect. .-.--.4-- Have you ever stopped to consider the results of defective vision? It may mean thesuccess or failure of your and your childrsn' work in life. Mr Abotomey, the well.known'sigllt specialist, invite you to consult him regarding your eyes. He will tell you their true condition, and if they require gasses he will supply you with what is required. Mr Abotomsy will visit Mt. Gambler on Friday and Saturday. February 6th and 7th, also an the following Friday and Saturday, February 13th and 14th. and may he con eulted at Jona's Hotel, Coleraine willi he visited on Monday F?-ruary 9, at Carter' Hotel Hamllton, Tuesday and Wednesday. February lOand 11 at Victor ia Hotel, and Caterton on Thursday, February. 2 at Nlcholl'a Hotel, lall day. n. & G. HARRIS, CASTERTON. ::A GENUINE Clearing Sale OF DRA...

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State School Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

State School Imnprove tlents. Good progress is being made by fMr W..I. Peden with his contract for im provement of the Casterton State School premises. A large quantity of the tilling.in material for the levelling of the surface of the play grounds, 260 cubic yards, of which are provided for, has been carted, most of this being sand, which is to have a top covering of firmer nmaterial, that will solidify, The old wooden room, between the two brick bnildings has been removed, The. double gate in Jackson St. for wheeled I traflic will' be done away with, and a similar gate placed in tile new fence on tile Ttuckett St. side, a much more con venient arrangement, as firewood, etc., that has to be carted, is nall wanted; on that sidd of the building,iidtl tliere is no I necessity for carting over, the girounds on the Jackson St. frontage. This change in the position of the double gate will make unnecessary 'a bridge across the Jackson St. drain, which it was decided at last meeting of the...

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Proposed Railways. To South Australian Ports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Proposed Railways. To South Australian Ports. Members of the Railways Standing' Committee of South Australia passed through Casterton on Tuesday forenoon, on the way to Portland, and spent last night at the Casterton Hotel on their re turn, leaving this morning to continue their journey od Adelaide, inspecting en route the, country west of Ponola and Narracoorte: The. visitors infliided the Honea T. Hasggntois (chairman), and A. Von iDolassa..'l'p1.L.C., %lesrs IH. Clie,. son, W. Hague, and H. .Jackson' [M's.ltA., and Mrr J. Sineock (secretary.) The comimittee is engaged in making investigation into probable revenue that would accrue froa construction of eertain railwaly. askled fot by district residents to serve one or both of the ports at Boeechport on Itiroli Biy, and Iolbe on Guichen Day, and the back country in each case, with special regard to possi bilities of profit for Freezing Works pro. poisd to |ir erected at Rohe. After takiig evidence at Lucindnle,. !ftlliceht, Bechpor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Seldom T' run i''- aai'3ns such as we .t= are ofr erir Here are ' few of the striking values that S are bringing the crowd into our Store: Our Six-Guinea New Western Star Cycles, Complete, Ready for the Road. The Material for these Cycles is carefully selected by experienced Mechanics, and Brazing js Guaranteed Five- Yearn. We Dealy Competition in Priceso in this particular line. Inspection of thoseo Cycles meane.to purchnse at once. reiover, ' Motor Cycls Western Rover, Star, Aro supplied byals for Cash or Terms. Motor and Cycle Sundrl6s o?td at Pt rces Not Heard of Elsewhere. AT MALEE BROS.' MOTOR and Cycle Depot, Henty-st., New Pre" ", adjolning C e pH. & O. Harris. SHEEP 500 Sheep Cured of "White Eye." for 5s. RETCH FORD'S BLIGHT SPECIFIC. 1TA Boat :3g seat. CIIETWYND, 20/12/13. ear SIr,--A well known Sheep Man told me you have a very good preparation for" White Eye" in bheep, and I want you to send me some of It by Monday morning's coach. Yours etc., BLIGHT. The Speciti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

-OPlent Line of '-vw us` steamem. For London, ?i? Adelaide. Fremantle (W.L), Colomb (for India). Egypt, llapla, 'oulon, Oibraltar. and Plymouth. Laee Arrln ",. flfroeHe 'Tear Mrtloctw. LOtcOo tro?nti ,02 Jan. 7 "eb.:14 Orvritd 12180 Jan. 21l" .b. 28 Omrih 8.130 Feb. 4 Mar. 14 Otway 12.017 Feb. 8s' Mar. 28 Otranto 11,124 Mar. 4 ',Apl. 11 And fortnlghtly thereafter. The' Steamers of. the Orient Line are fitted with all modern and up.to.date ap pluanod, for the safety-and comfort of pamNeage.i Pauintera'ýare carried In all eLae. Third-lam abccommodation: - l n;room'- di rooms, deck '-iafo .evd oa etesd,,pealty.. giMa.'i a.t? 8outh A ofrica, quoted on e o?plAatton. Pleamed or boenead tripe on the coast (to iretmatla, Adelaide, Sydney, or Bris bane) onuoed - application. The Local Agute will supply otreulare or furtr Information on application. Pidageg from any port may be prepaid here. D. L. DOWIDOLL, Branch Manager, 311 Cellin Stfreet, Melbourne. Local Agents YOt7Ni' 6tOLS, Casterton. ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Printed MONDAY'& THURSDAY EVENINOS THIURSDAY, ".IANUAI2Y 22, 1914l "ToJoin the Navy Illegal use of Horse." "Public Holidays," Fishing in the Glen. el," "Australian Timber;" "Game .og . Snake Island, and a a great variety of other news items will be foundon page 4 in this Issue. The Secretary of the Casterton Hoe. pital begs to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of the fllowlg;-Mears Cameron Bros. 211; Dora Sickinl, ./O: F. Farrell, 1. Rodgors, C. Baugh J. Baugh, 2/6 each, Roy Orinbam, 2/: A. Gould 1/: Total £1/18/6. Authur Cooper, Narracoorte, put up a very gold performantce at Narracoote ln Saturday week, with his "A. O. II." bicycle, winning three Races-two miles; mile, and hIlf a mile events-and gain ing two seconds in the beet previous South Australian record in the half mile. Tie performance wasthe more credit able, as Cooper had never hofots riddern in a Bicycle roc. He was much pleased with his A.O.DB. mnachine which wasmade at Casterton, by Mr A. O. Berkefeld, and w...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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A Strike That Failed. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

A Strike That Failed. The strike organlsing agitator, who landed in a mess those unfortunate fellows whose experience in the Willaura strike camp were recently reported is in this district just now, which probably accounts for the fact that there was an abortive outbreak of strike fever among the hands engaged in connection with Mr Mr H. Tuffnell's new thrashing machine. The machine was at work on Tuesday at Mr H. V. MacLeod's Barnoolut Farm at Nangeela, when the men struck for the new log rate of is per hout. Other men were promptly put on, and the machine was at work again within a quarter of an hour of declaration of the strike, while the strikers had to go elsewhere to seek employment. There is a suspicion that a few men are going about the dise triot with no other intent than to create trouble of this kind wherever they go. They are apparently of tie class of un employed who go "looking for work," but "praying that they may not find it" since they and work don't agree with each...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

IPHiENIX ASSURANCE CO. LTD., E8TD. 1783 FIRE. AOOIDENT. EMPLOYERS LIAmILITY. (Ms8S PAID EXCEED £85,omsm ew b BUSM Fitl nU by LIUITMUI m rmd" soee by 1 this smnr. AGENTS WANTED. v!,is, 461 TO 471 BURKE ST., Em· " MELeOURm. ALSITlY A O. LTD.. AISTS. KAISER'S CASTLES FOR SALE COST TOO MUCH FOR UPKEEP The Kaiser, who has completely re covered from his recent Indisposltlon, Is reported by several of the Berlin news papers to-day to be planning to sell a number of his castles (says the Berlin correspondent of the "Daily IExpress"' of November 25). The reason for this step Is that he finds their maintenance too great a drain on his purse. The expenses of the Imperial Court are increasing every • year, and it is impossible for him to obtain any further Increase in his civil llst, which was fixod at £1,000,000 In S1910. Including shooting boxes, the Kaiser owns about sixty residences in Ger many. and. despite the strenuous life he leads, ha'only manages to visit about fifteen each year, and ...

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Waterside Workers' Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Waterside Workers' Trouble. The Sydney Wharf Laborers' Union has set at defoance the authority, and re. jected the advice of its riceredited repre sentatives, the Council of the Waterside Lyorkers' Federation, by creating a chaotic situation and thoroughly dis. organising the export wheat tralffie. The Council is negotatiing for a conference with the Conimonwealth 8]?ipownerv' Association with respect to tho increasee of pay demanded in terms of the recently formulated log. Meantime, the Sydney wharf workers are defying the Council, anid against the urgent advice of the ac credited representatives. while con tinuing to work during ordinary hours td 6 p.m., decline to work overtime, and have therefore made it impossible to deal with reasohable expedition with the uniloading of trucks and loading of vessels, which h'if to be done promptly to avoid a block in handling the big volume of grain for export that r'aches Darling Harbor daily during the busiest periods of the grain season. As...

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ST. CLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

ST. CLEMENT St. Clement, whose festival was ob served yesterday at the numerous London churches of this dedication,. is associated with two widely different classes of mankind, choirboys and blacksmlths. Formerly the choris ters of Ripon used to go abhot the -Minster after service on St. Clement's Day, and offer an apple with a sprig oft box In It to everybody present for which they expected a "tip." Blacksmiths, not content with St. Dun stan. also claimed St. Clement. Miss harlotte Yongo has recorded that '. 'she used to beo disturbled when writ SInlg her novels. nrst at Otterbourno and afterwards at Huroley. by the blacksmiths exploding gunpowder on their anvils In honor of St Clement's Day.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

Labour Saving Devices in the house are becoming very necessary now it is so hard to get servants of any kind. But it has been left to Hludson's, the Extract people, to in troduce something to do away with the hard work of washing day. Ex periencg has taught that the steamy atmosphere of a laundry has undoubt edly been the main factor in making the weekly wash the most tiring and nerve-racking of all the household duties. However, with the aid of Rinso, the washing can be done with comparatively little trouble, and, greatest boon of all, without a copper fire. Clothes washed with Rinso do not require boiling. Soak the clothes in cold water and Rinso, rinse, and the washing is done. Rinso has been sold in England for three or four years, and its popularity there is enormous. It is an economical, easy and safe clothes washer, and every one without, or with, a servant should buy a packet and give it a trial next washing day. 07 vwi

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SPORTING. Cricket. Merino A.N.A. v Butter Factory [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914

.SPORTING. Crlcket. lterino A.;A. i tter Faetory The first niatch betw~-6ei lIri'io A.N.A anid the Factory teams for, the medals took place at Merino on Wed. nesday and was won by the former with q majority of 24 runs. For the A.N.A., Dr Morton played good cricket for 12, and Ranson also by very neat play scored 10. For the Factory P. Cfonin's score of 14 (which incluled two boundary hits) stood out prominently amidst the duck eggs. The bowling of MoAlpine and II. Davis was very deadly, as will be seen below. Scores: A.N.A. M'Alpine, c L. Enscoe, b B. Enscoe 7 Fox, o Hughes, bi M'Guinneis ... King, o Ward, b M'Guinneds .. Ranson, b Gull ... . 10 Dr Morton, b Gull ... ... 12 Livingstone, c L. Enscoe, b B. ElP. soe . .. Buckley, b L. Enocoo.. ... 3 Thompson, a L. Enscoe, b Gull .. Hollard, Is Gull ... H. Davis, not out ... W. Davis, c B. Enasoe, b Gull ... Sundries ... ,., Total . . 61 Bowling:-Gull, 3 wkts for 10 runs; M?Guinness, 2 for 11; L. Enscoe, 1 for 3; B. Enscoe, 2 for 22. BU...

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