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B. D. Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

. D. Eisteddfod The following is tKe balance-sheet of tlie Berrima Disirict Eisteddfod, which > was recently held at Bowral— RECEIPTS.. Demotions' Tukings:at Door: £•18' i' r 20 18 0 £78" 2... -If expenditure.. Jl.ink"Fees,- Choijue Book, and' iExchanges 13' 1' j Secretary's-Petty Oash 3 17 'l J i-.Printing and Advertising" • . - .-Prize Monies...... U 0 .•84 15' 0' j! ",'SmaIl Aooount.1 1 jr. '3 .I Hire of Piano 2 2 0 .' ' Hrin. Seb.'s. Honorariunr . '. • 1 11 G'. •,; J. B: llill 1* ■7 a ' - ■ 19 3 i: School oE Arts... .. ■1 16' 6' ■ .Altering' Stage... 17" o Calico Signs . .. . : • 2 ■7 6 Cheque- to-HoRpital 20> 0> 0* Balance to-Hospital .... . . X' 13 8! 78 2. a Audited and found Auditor; ■ DAVID - morgan; . Hon. Treasurer, correct:—J:- Mi- Christie,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

The beat medicine known is SANDER <6 SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTHACT,. Test its eminent powers ful elTects in coughs, cclds, influenza, the relief is instantaneous; In serious oases, and accidents of all kinds, be they-wounds, burns, soaldmgs, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy—no swelling—no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in croup; dijjtlieria. bronchitis, inffammtition.of lungs, swelling; Ac., diarrhusa, dysentery, diseases- of ' kid neys' and nrinary orgnnsi WANDER AND1 SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is in use at hospitals and' medical clinics all over the globs; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medals and diplomas at International' Exhibition,- Amster dam.. Trust in this approved article and reject all others;- •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

' ONE 1 TO BE READY, TWO ! ! TO BE STEADY, THREE!!! TO BE OH— TO BOWRAL Full Consignment's-, of WINTER STOCIC are to hand, and. now selling rapidly; La'dics' Beaver Clotli Jackets; Girls1'Jackets and'Cloaks;;' Children's-Pfclisses. and. Warm' Coats; FLANNELETTES-tHe best'range and the soundest value we have ever been able to offer; FtANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, N; Zealand Greys, &c; SHEETINGS -and!CALICOES Ladies' Cravenette1 -Mackintoshes';! Double-breasted.. New Umbrellas;.' Fur Necklets- in 6' different- kindsand' prices. DRESS; STUFFSj. all' at; reduced' • figures to' make a1 genuine clear ■ ance.- : . ■ ■ Hoodfe- and' Bonnets';'- Gloves' and Gaiters.. Jack Frost will bo witE us directly; Better Buy your: warm"- tHihgs and- be ready for- him and for tH# cold winds; HORSE .RtJGSL. COW RUGS. BLANKEIS<a'speciality, from-7./,- to 30/,- per pair: Men's Jerseys, Boys'Jerseys, Crimean SHirts: , D. RUTHERFORD, ARGYLE HOUSE,, ^BOWRAL •TOBfc. CRAWFORD,, Dentist, AY' BE CONSUL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

Sair© W@ia© y I BUY OF HAIG & CO. The Cash Traders^ NEW WINTER GOODS NO® ON SALE;. . . FULL STOCK, . . Special Purchases; Large Display, In Furs, Jackets, Capes, Waterproofs; Dress Goods,. Plushes, Silks,. Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc.,. and the balance of the, direct consignment of Linen Goods. VERY SPECIAL.—Three sizes in Bordered and Fringed Table Cloths—the largest;-' size is only 3/9. These are cheap at double the money—absolutely til© - best value in .Ajustralia. • Don't miss these. We-would. ■ like to see every house in this district supplied with'x>ne or more of these cloth's,-.. because they are the best valne we have seen during our 25 years' exped - ience of the trade.- -Price only 3s. 9(1. Also on sale from the same works, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs,..Loom Damask Sideboard Covers,-DvOyJeys, etc. Splendid .'value, and'at prices: that cannot .be beaten in Australia; 1 Ifforrxi THE ADDKBSS = an The Cash Traders, G L EN MO RE HOUS...

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News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

News; Items. ■\l The Memorial Service of Sergeant- Hop son will; be conducted^ in'the Odd fellows' Hall;,BbvmI,.on Sunday next, at 7p.m;. To-morrow willipositively bo the»last dhy: for obtaining-' the Eight-Hour- Art Uuion< Tickets; l/; each'.. Onsale at' this office; -• The censna lately taken sliows ..the popu lation of Sydney and^snburbs tobe'48S,0G8, ,an increase of 101,037. over the'census of 1801. MrsrM'ai'y Little, of Foroafc ■ Lodse;. died last week at the age of 82. Slio was bnrtu on the 12th February, 1819, anil 'had" thus lived in live reigns.. We have received! congratulations- from Bathnrst and Goulbnrn on the improvo.ini;ni • (if tlie Bowral and Riibarfcsou Free Press,-" andievery luek is-wished us. The Rbv:.M; MaildWrn was-nnahlo'to ful fil his pulpit' appointments last Sunday owing to au1 attackof indisposition, com bin i ed with the very, unpi'opiiious slate of< the i | weather,. - .•:! Messrs Kidd: (Slate1 Minister^ for Mines and Agriculture),...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

James Reed Injured^ •' Mr. Jamas Rood, struck hia leg against a calto of 'ice in sueli a manner as'to'brtfiso it- Revorely. It' became very much swollen and pained liim so badly that lie conid'not walk without th<; aid of orutclios; fla was treated by7physioians, also used several kinds of liniment and two and a halt eallona of ! whisky in' bathing' it, but nothing Rave any'-'reliefuntil he began using' Chamberlsih'sPain Balm. This brought1 almost a com'plete.cure in a week's time and ho believep that, had he not used this remedy liis leg; would have had' to! bo amputated. Mr. Reed is one of the leading: merchants 'bfl Cliny- Court House, W. ATa; Pain f Balm.is unequalled for sprains; bruises and rheuma tism. For sale by Mr.. D.. Morgan,, Chemist.. Bowral.- ... At the Federal Convention elections there ■ were 49 candidates for ten Beats, and 2700'' informal votes.. At tlio- recent Senatorali electiohs there were 50 candidates for sis seats, with 88,074 informal votes. On ...

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Wednesday, April 24, 1901 FISHY BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

Bowral £ Robertson Free* Pjoss. Wednesday, April! 24; 19011 FISHY BUTTER.. The.practical dairyman wants- to know liovvto improve his.make- of. butter,, and' :the man:of1 science investigates the causes >ofdeteriorationi.and. offers* a. recommen dation.- The practical.man*, will ponder the feasibility, of.the new ■ step,and' the ■ rather, prefer that his- neighbour should' take it first.. There'is-a' hesitancy- about ithe agricultural mind; that produces^ a* ■make-haste-slowly method; ofc procedure' •that: strikes-, the onlooker, asr being; par ticularly. slow but when the Government; .comes to the-rescue and finds the money,: 'then the alertness of the farmer is.beyond; -record.. In>the Agricultural Gazette the 'man of'science relates- at. fulk length* the .working.of his mind in arriving at avcon iclusion. For instance,.Mr. O'-Callaghan, ctlie Government* Butter. Expert,: in' the | March issue,'lias an. article; ons " Fishy Flavored Butter.'.' -There are butters and butters-i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

House-Painting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. Picture Frames of every descrip tion made to order;. All, Workmanship Guaranteed.. A. E. LEES (Opposite W. Murray's), J^ong Bong Street, govpral. Many Pounds a year saved, by Buying, at Haig and. Co's.. Colin Ferguson, VIOLINIST.. VISITS BOWBAL every TUESDAY, and FIUDAY.. For Terras, 16c., apply Mr.. Ebb. Davis,, Bong Bong-street.. ' 270 NEW WINTER GOODS.. LADIES' FashionabJa Jackets, and. Capes;. W SPLENEID LOT BOYS' SUITS, NEWEST Mackintoshes, and Rainproof Cldaks, fop all,, at. qualities, and - prices to suit all. pockets . — Maxstoxi's . . . OPPOSITE RICE'S HOTEL, BOWRAL. HOW TO GIVE* THE BISCUlTri.' FOR VKRY YOUNG CHILDREN, rub t!ti> biscuits very lightly on a clean nutmeg prater, or crush very Hue and sieve through a sie*e, mix; caivfuJly- wiihi bbii n* water; stirring well, » ul give through iir'-'d bottle or by spoon. Ar there is milk in them, is not advisable to add it. In the case of yotu»t» and delicate children, it is better ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

RETURN THANKS. MRS. WILLIAM HOPSON and FAMILY de-     sire to return their sincere thanks to their many kind friends for the beautiful wreaths, cards,   and letters of sympathy in connection with their late sad bereavement. 774 TO-MORROW positively LAST DAY for obtain- EIGHT-HOUR ART UNION TICKETS.   1/- each. On Sale at this Office. LOST, on Friday evening, between School of       Arts and " Mount Gladstone," Bowral, a SONG and a RED FAN. Finder please return at   once to MISS MAY CLARK, Mount Gladstone. 776 THE MEMORIAL SERVICE of SERGEANT   HOPSON will be conducted in the Oddfellows'   Hall, Bowral, on SUNDAY, 28th April, at 7 p.m. 775       POTATO ONIONS, 4/- ¼ cwt., TRAIN PAID. Tree Onion Tops, 3d lb. Onion and Cabbage     Seed, &c. — A. LANSDOWNE & CO., Goulburn. 773 SE...

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Burrawang. DEATH OF MISS MUMBERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 24 April 1901

Burrawang. DEATH OF MISS MUMBERSON.     It is our sad duty in this issue to have to record the death of Miss Louisa Mumberson, at the early age of 20 years, which took place at Burrawang on Thursday night last at half past seven. The deceased, who was a step-daughter of Mr. W. Redman, was a victim to consumption, which the skill of the doctor and the careful and loving attention of loved ones failed to battle against. Miss Johnston,   who up to within six months of her death had enjoyed the best of health, was much beloved in the town in which she lived, and her bright and happy ways will be   greatly missed. We beg to express our sympathy with the relatives in their bereavement. The funeral took place on Saturday, a large number following the remains to their last resting place in the Church of England portion of the General Cemetery. The Rev. D. T. Smith conducted the burial service, and made a few touching remarks in reference t...

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Bowral Fire Board. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Bowral Fire Hoard. A JtRETrso of lltn nbnve Board was hold on Monday, April 15 tli. Tile Mayor (Alderman J.-M.-Christie)1 presided. Corrcfipontlence. ' From tho Undewritew' Association, statin? that in view of tho recent disastrous firo at Ne'weaRtlu, when tho local firo.brigndo wcra away nt a demon stration at Goulbnrn, thoy could only subsidise tlioso brigades who would give an undei taking to tho fol lowing^offed: —(1) That not moro tbau ono half tho enrolled firomon abull nt any time luavfl the town to attond fire brigade competitions elsewhere. (2) Also that none of the fire brigade plant shall bo taken away by firemen to nny shah demonstration. A letter was received from tho secretary of tho Firo Brigado asking if tbo Board could- supply fiva suits of uniform ; ulso asking if the Board could grant tho Brigade a snbsidy. The secretary reported a fire which occurrod on property lately occupied by Ilap Sing. A new hoae and branch was neoded,. A letter was roccivad from Fireman F....

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P. M. Church, Bowral. LADIES' SEWING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

P. M. Church, Bowral. LADIES' SEWING- MEETING. TnE annual meeting of the Ladies' Sowing Class connected with the above oburoh wbb held in the Sohoolrooro on Wednesday afternoon last, when the secretary. Miss May Ft'oat.vead the following balance sheet for the year 1900-1, which was adopted,;—. • income.' • , £ b d' Balance in Hand . .. 1 1 5 ProceedB of Social SOtli Juno .. 2 0 0 „ Oetobcr .. 2' 7 9':. „• Bazaar in December. .. 20 11 0 Afternoon tea reoeipts (48 meetings held) • G 4 1 Goods sold and work done .. . . 10 11 Hi expendituhe: •12 10 2J Materials for Sewing Meetings 15 ,0- G ■ Painting Schoolroom and fcdcd .. 5: M 0'-: Paid to Trust Fund .. .. ; ' : 19 2 0 Balance in hand .. .. ... 2 19 8£ . £l'i 1G 24 Tlie eloction of officers was then proceeded with, and resulted as followsPresident, Mrs. T. S. PiKgott; Vice-President, JlrB. B. Jackson ; treasurer, M>s, W. Beer secretary, Miss May Frost. The liiichosR of Cornwall and York's jewels are insured for £75,000

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The " Scarlet Runner." [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

XJie; a,Scarlet ISmsister, 'A W. Ueeh, bicycle dealer, Freo Press office. Ins jn^t purchased a first-class, up-to-.'Irito Dent's " Scarlet Runner " Bic.yclo. The machine is fitted up throughout with the very bestB.S.A. parts. It is almoBt new, and iKormifihly reliable ill every res pect. The latest unrt best Morrow Free Wheel lias •junt been added n.t an extra cost oE nearly £3. thus malting the bicycle the beat machine in the Bcrrima District. It was made to order last year, the whole sale cost heinH nearly £20—minus liio Frco Wheel. IlnviiiR purchased the bike at a considerable reduc tion the owner is prepared to, sell it complete ut' the ridiculously low cash price of £15 15/.;- Inspeo tion .invitedr A number of cheaper machines vary ing in price from £3 10/to £11 ate also on hand for Fn'e or him. A splendid lady's machinc is n£ferod for .£•! 10/.. A complete assortment of cycle ' accessories ltept in stock, including an excellent line of JDunlop Pneumatic Tyres at 27/6 per pair....

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THE SYDNEY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

THE SYDNEY CELEBRATIONS. The Governor-Ganoral has arranged the following prograrmno for the Dulto's visit to this atata :— Monday, 27 Way.—Afternoon : Arrival in Sydney, procession. Evening: Dinner at Government House. Tuesday, 28th May.—Morning: Lay foundation etono ot Now South Wales Wing of Prince Alfred - HoBpital, and visit University.' Evening: Recep tion at Government House. Wednesday, 20th May.—Morning.:—Levee, pre sentation of addresses. Evening: Dinner with his Excelloncy the Lieutenant-Governor. Thursday, 30th May.—Morning : .Inspection, eto., of Garden Island. Afternoon: Official party at Ad miralty House, naval display.- Evening: Beception at Government House. ■ Friday, 31st May.-^Morning: Hbvibw: Evening : Conceit, given by Mayor and Council. Saturday, 1st June.—Morning : Free for excur sion nnharbor. Evening: Dinner at Government House. ' Monday, 3rd June. — Afternoon: Proceed' up country for shonti • Tuesday. 4ih .Tune.—Mornintc: Shoot. Wednesday, 5lh June.—Morning :...

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THE VICTORIAN PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

THE VICTORIAN PROGRAMME. The following, according to the Melbourno " Argus," is the programme of functions to bo car ried out in Victoria during tho visit of tbo Duko and the Duchess of Cornwall and York :— Monday, May fi.—Day: Arrival in Melbonmo; procession through city ; guests of'theStato of Vic toria to view procession from grand stands in Spring street and from Parliament Houso, where "at homo " will bo bold from 2 tiji 5. Evening : Din ner at Government House; illuminations of the city, witli'bands playing in tho streets. Tuesday, May 7.—Day: Levee at Government Houso; addresses. Evening: Dinner at Govern ment House; conversazione for guests of the Go vernment at Exhibition Building at 8 p.m. ; march of fire brigades by torchlight, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 8.—Day: Deception by the State at Parliament Houso, 3 to '6.30. Evening: Official reoeption at Government Houso; firoworks display, Albert Park, 7.30 to 9.30. in connection with illuminations by the Albert Park Yacht Club. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

vgui-jljljull-~-irj .House-Pain ting, PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. picture Frames of every descrip-. tion made to order. All Workmanship Guaranteed,.,. A. E. LEES (Opposite w. Murray's)^ Bong Bong Street, I^bwral. * kqo Many Pounds a year saved- by Buying-at Haig and Co's. Colin Ferguson), "vjolinist.; VISITS BOWRAIr every TUESDAY una FBIDAY. . For Terms, &o.,. apply Mr, Ebb., Davia, Bong Bong-street.. 276 NEW WINTER GOODS. LADIES* Fashionable.: Jackets.; and * Capes?.. «T SPLENEID LOT BOYS' SUITS. NEWEST Mackintoshes and! Rainproof; Cloaks, for?.' all, at qualities- and prices to suit all pockets. IHlarston's ..opposite: rice'S; hotel;, bowral. THIS;CHILD WAS BROUGHT UP ON HOW T0 < GIVE : THE BISCUITS ; FOR VERY YOUNG -QHILDRKN, rub the '♦.Biscuits, very lightly on a olean- nutmeg grater, or crush very /me and sieve through a sie\e, mix carefully with boif n« water, stirring well, a id give through It rr"-'i» bottle or by spoon. As there is milk in them. is not adv...

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W.C.T.U. Alcohol as a Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

W.C.T.U. Alcohol as . a. Medicine. " Dr. Higginbottom was probably an ab stainer many years before the birth of the movement for abandoning of alcohol as a medicine. In a letter to a friend Dr. Hig ginbottom says—' I consider I shall do more in i curing disease and preventing disease in one year by prescribing total abstinence than I could do in the ordinary course of an extensive practice of a hun dred years. I have already seen diseases cur&d.by total abstinence that would, not have been cured by any other means. If all stimulating drinks and tobacco were banished from the earth it would be a real blessing to society, and in a few .weeks they would never be missed, not jeven as a medicine.' ' " Dr.- Henry Munroe at a great medical meeting in Exeter Hall, England, said : —' I don't like to talk of myself, but I can tell,you that I have had twenty attacks of ?gout during the last-twenty, years; if that doesn't make a man wiser I; don't know What will. During the first ten ye...

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ACCOMMODATION IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

I ACCOMMODATION IN MELBOURNE.' Kooms at noarly nil tho large hotels in Melbonrno bavo been engager! for tho week of festivities. With a few exceptions, tho charges fot accommodation will bo raised, but not to tho cxtont certain sensa tional stories would load one to bolieve. The two loading hotels aro charging from 25s to £2 per day, and most of tho other well-known houses ara asking from £1 to 30s. Thero are, of courso, somo " fanoy prices, and one hotel is apking £38 per woelt for a suite of thrco rooms overlooking tho route of tho prooossunn. Prices at the coffeo palaces and restaur ants aro to bo raiscd'but slightly.- Forinstanco, bods that wero previously 2s Gd per night will bo 3s, and those places which ordinarily charge 2a aro asking 2s Gd. It remains to bo seen what chargo will bo made for meals at tea and rcfroshmont rooms, but it is unlikely that any material change will bo mado from tho ordinary tariff. From present indications, thereforo, it is probablo that tho intendi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

In the Sydney District Court-on Monday ii ver diot of £50 was Riven againgt.a dentist for bungling, the work .bo-did fov a client." It was contended that tbe unskillful.work o£4he dentist bad caused cancer "ous growth. ; . .. . . .. i Before there is any reduction of members in the State Parliament, Mr. 1 ee states that the question must be thoroughly investigated. [Established 5 Years.] PLAIN & DECORATIVE PAINTERS : paperkangers, &c. WOODBINE STREET, BOWRAL Estimates Furnished for Work in any part of the District. Only Skilled Tradesmen-employed. Letters promptly attended to. . .236 ORDKliS CAUSED . FOIL AMD/ VU ACTUALLY'. ' ATTENDED TOi ■; 700 fill fad seUUtfli ROSE R T S ON;. The Loading Hotel in .Town.. Only Best'Brands of Winesand. Spirits*-kept; ••SOPEHIOR ACCOMMODATION at runsonalle ratcs. . . First-dnss BILLIARD T.A ULK.' Good Stabling,. Grass Paddocks, and Cattle Vnrds. •f —• I«'KliD.. OIIAIIAM, 7G2: Jb'rogrietoi'..

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Road Deviation. MITTAGONG TO GLENQUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 27 April 1901

Road Deviation. M1TTAG0NG, T.O-r GLENQUARRY. /The Hon. W, McCourt, M.P., has courteously supplied us with the following for publication Eublio. Works Department, Sydney, 28th March, 1901. Sir,—With reference to the lettor ol the Gth December last presented by you from Mr. H. G. Fraser, of Roberton, Park, Glenquarry; also the petition presented by you in December last from Messrs. H. D. McDonnell, Joel Willis, William Pig goit, and other residents of-" Roberton Park*. Glen quarry, and distriot, respecting a deviation of the road from Mittagong to Glenquarry, near the butter factory, Glenquarry, I have the honor to inform you that a deviation at this place is now being consider ed by the Department of Lands, and that depart ment has recently been asked to expedite action in tjje matter. J am, &o., J. DAVIS, Under-Secretary. The Hon. W. MoCourt, Esq., M.P.

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