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RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

RESULTS OF ADVER TISING. i;FORIE ! AF\TER! The tifit time a man looks at an ulver tiih~iint he does not see it. The second time he dots not notice it. The third time he is conscious of its existence. The fourth time he fiintly remembers having seen it before. The fifth time he reads it. The sixth time he turns up his nose at it. The seventh time he resls it through and says, " Oh ! bother." The eighth time he says, "Here's that confounded thing again." The ninth time he wonders ifitamounts to ailything. The tenth time lie thinks he will zsk his neighbor if he has tried it. The eleventh time he wonders how the advertiser makes it pay. The twelfth tirie lie thinks perhaps it smay he worth something. The thirteenth time le thinks it must be a good thing. , The fourteenth time he rememberstlht lie has wanted such i. thing for a long tim e. . .i The fifteenth time he thinlks he will buy itsome dtha? The sixteenth time he makes a memo randimn of it. - ' The seventeenth time he is tantalis...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. LICE?SES .AUlROVED. F. and Anno B innerhasset, BenIg wordcn South ; J. Cahill, J. Quigley, jun., Vinnar ; Thos. Cameron, Koorool ; J. Draffin, Callignee ; T. Henrick, A. Junier, Traralgon ; P. Lyons, Glengm?aggie ; 3L Mooney, Willung ; T. O'Connor, Wulla Wullock; J. Slavon and T. Slaven, Strat ford; G. Warner, Wonga Wonga; Elizabeth Barr, Orbost; T. B. Knight. LICEsSES REVOKED, CANCELLED, OR DE CARED VOID. . Michael J. Maher, 320a, John Drohan, .30a, Thomas M. Roche, 282a, Carnrjung; F. A. Jarrett, 100a, Maneroo; Thomas Watson, loOa Traralgon. IJCENSES APPROVED. Maria C. Warren, Qoagmanugie; Mary E. Braid, Cobungra ; William Wright, Frederick Scott, Wonga Wonga; W. B. Smith, Alberton West; Christian Loogelko, Callignee; Robert Lamb, James Thomp son, Tangil. TRANSFERS REGISTERED. Thomas Rnweley, Tinamba to John Macftrlane, Glenmagie; Delnnis 'lielan, Moomnrng, to Victorian Railway Com missioners. MAIL CONTRACTr ACCEITED. Conveyance of mails to and from the post ni...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

TRARALGON DISPENSARY .PAU L: KLEEESATTEL, Chemist, Druggist, and Dentist Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Victoria. Physicians Prescriptions and.Family Recipes most carefully dispensed The exact copy of every Prescription is registered for future reference. Medicines forwarded promptly to all townships of the district, on application Teeth carefully stopped and extracted, only the newest style of instruments used. The large Stock includes, amongst numerous other articles : Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes of Kent'. manufacture, eaery Lbur guranteed Piesse and Luhin's, Gosnell's, Rimmel's, etc., Perfumery. Lavender Water, several brands, Is, 2s, and 3s per bottle. Highly perfumed Hair Oil, scented with Otto de Rose, and Orange Flower Is per bottle Medicated Lozenges, of everv description Markian Ink, genuine indelible, is per bottle Superior Seidlitz Powders, made of pure chemicals and full weight, Is 3d Disinfecting Powder, for checking the spread of contagious diseases Mustard P...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

Tho foregoing bjo-lan aĆ½vas `allov& ed nd ionfirind by the Ceintrl Bonrl of.Icalth. iii axid for the Coloiy; ofVictoiria (it having been lsirt certified that notice of the intention to apply for such colfirmaI tion had been given inl the shire for which the same hlL been made in the manner required by law) this twenty-sixlth day of February, in the year of our Lonl One Thous~ald Eight Hlundred and Eighty By order of the Central Board. (s?Ar,) J. W. COLVILLE, Secretary.

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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PASSENGER TRAINS. MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

PASSENGER TRAINS. -o--- . DOWN. MlAIN LINE. LeaveC-S-?alc "55 m. 55 anm d 442 l.m.; TnA : IALGON, 8 4 a.m. and 5 51 p.m.; Mor .well, 821; a.m. and 6;13 p.m.. Arrives-3e!lbourne, 1"5 p.m. and 10.51 p.m. UP Lcavcs-r lbourne. G'42' nm.a nd 4"32 pm.; ?Morwell, 11 2'5 a.I; nl d'; l' 1I p.m.; S I I -.LLGON, 11"48 al.. and 9'31 p.m. Arrives-Sale, 12.58 p.m. and;10"44 p.m. DOWN. 1HEYFIELD LINE. Leaves-Tmralgon, 1253 p.m. ond 9050 p.m.; Glengarry, 12"27 p.m. and 1012 p m.; Tuongnlbie, 12"43 p.m. and 10828 p.m.; Cowvwarr, 12.59 p.m. and 10"44 p.m.; Glenmaggic, 1I' p.m. and 10 56 p.m. Arrivs HeyliLeld 1.23 p.m. and 118 p.m. UP. Lceavs--Heyicd, G530 n.m. and 4"2 p.m.; .Glnmaggic, G 42 a.m. and 4"14. p.m.; Cowwarr. l. an.m. nild 42i p.m.; T'oongabbic 110 na:m. and 442 p.m. ; GClengarry, 7"2d n.m. nid 4.3S p.m Arrives I i:a?AL;ON, 7.18 ai. nd a 5"20 p.m. SDOWN. . ,; I RIBOO LINE. Learves- orwell 11435 a.m.; Yinnar, 12.10 p.m.'; liola.a, 12 25 li.m. Arnivs Dariimurla 12"45 p.m. UP. * " , , Lcav?s ...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

Notices. CHEAP PRINTING! WE have imported from Mes?rs Cooke & CA.Flinders Lane. and R. F. 3Mitchison Queen-street. a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW ,ob frintitng Ia AND MACHINERY, Including a very fastgoing "A.AB" T.READLE, Which now enables it to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING AND BOOKK IINDING. I.ITIIOGRAPIIIC WORK &c. At strictly Molbourno Prices We ask the people of Trarnlgon and neighb.rhlool to give us a trial. "THE RECORD" IS NOW Publishedl every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Sd. REDUCED TO id. ore PER QUIARTER (in advance) ... d . (if booked) .. Gs. ,, (in alance. if looted) (;i , . (if booked) ... ... s. Orders for delivery left at the office will be attended to. F. S. A'E.LE j CO., Proprietor,. TIIE G XATEST WOiXTh Rr MO.DERN TIMESI LO., experience haO.(Oe Id Che'c dmogeO'OmediOS tn bl t0 sghec hs opho , .h.', r ooisloy in - ioloal the l ohk r.t c [ETer T iso e ldsino i tIC t.-sonl dores, thes heo will goor thle 5:tOI0 ono:-c oh s and Oinon.t. sri .an...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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PLACES OF BUSINESS. (As advertised in our columns. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

'L.ACES OF IIUSI.ESS. (As advertised n our calumna. I h, mnat and I)entict.-P. Kleesnttel. Aurtineer;a. -Mlarriaz. Orr, &: :u. and A. al'I.ean & C+;.. T';an!lum; an; d i .all ,li--h, Little,. a ,.:; It. iutdr.l;e and , Iu.; C. 31 nt, sh, ad T. W. utcliffe and Co., a. Sdale, who visit .t stated 1perims. General st, rkrepler".-G. 11. Scott. J. oanda, J. Pcterkin ard Cu., aid John S. 3lMligan. CG.mnmis-iun .Cent.-C. R. Wilkes and Co A. Whitney. agent fur Olddlld and loore. Tai:n--Il. Lautuat. Funliture warehlule-B-. Wallia. ]ake .--A. 1.. (albratth, and Mr HIenty Ili liner, llr;r;.er, rte.-M-I s Ilorne. itStianerand Newsp;aper A:ent.--l. E IlReden and J. i'et?kian. Sa. dleta-F. Smnith, T. 1. Bycers, .llutcher.-J. Ilthling . ilutel,-R. .lih's Club' Hlutl, T. 3Ii' cl ell'. Trnalpngn t o'el. :C. N?ville's G alnt Junrtioun Family hotel, 1':. Erlly'; Cum at erclal Hale, -. Kaytr t:~i Ilit. a. and N. tntr.uilyl ' lI:oyl Ex'halage Itul, at tc.en of which vbiilorn are ianv.riah...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. MR. GLADSTONE'S IRISH POLICY. London, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (Frotm Melbouro pae.rs) 1M . GLADStOME S lRIS[l PI'OLICY. Londoun, April 8. In nccordas cc wsih the tIInuLe prt viossly gve lu i the House of Coim moui, air uladutono to-day explaiued the proposals of his Govrtnmoent f. r dealing i.n thlllhish quess?o. 'lthese Comprise tl.iu tabissu?,aLn us au Jrideli '.ur.iautent, cous,stlLg of two Ordrdo (Lords and Conmunasa), whinch will sit ai Dubi?ll, and elljoy utiit L.ugisI.Ivu auld a ullisultratCiv lu?ctionds. Mr Ulads.oue further propoaed an tqutaub.e parsuion o; Iolnperlal ourdulls, aid reasonable safoguaids in tie tm ter, te of toe P'otestallt nlllllOrty. SIlelad ll witcease to stulld ropreea tatives to ,he imperial lahitament, wimch will Coutittnu to Ihveo ?luprelmie couutil over Cu-stoms and iExcias. OYATI N 10 Oun. ?LA?Sroxv. Loedun, Apr I 8. The hoisa of oCommonls was crowded frosn the olipeiug"hour this Iuornsig by smembers asd dictinga.sellI strau g. rs anxious .o hear Mr Gladotl ne's expo-itunl of hs proposed Ir...

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TOWN DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. Tn.nar.coy-' inetl--, vI mles from i.lb:.nrne,.2n the main (Gippjtld line. as the jonlion of the Itlfield li:le. Shtre C.nniel.--P.rscidll J. Peterkin F.oq., C.uneillmn, lr?rs G. Fiino'n 1) C:lmplhll. II. Bre d. Itodycromh. Kell.hler. Fotsvth, Md1i, and Varnle: Shire Sereretrv and ingineer, hMr Janme (ampbell: Rate Cnlle:*or, Works onslwcr r, Sr., F. MKin 1-]lti; Tre,,urer.J. I. Heed. manafer of I Ik of Austnlra in: He:dth tli. e. Dr Montgomery Insp ct,.r oft Nu san es. Dn0table I)..nohull -; the Council also art as I.a Lod loard of Health. and meet for buhine-s on theseconl W~I eoday in the month at II IL m. Lnw.-Polieo .Magistrate, A. W. lowitt, Fsq , who hold' courts on the fourth Thu s. A.,y in every month. the Juatioea of the Pearce pesiding on the second Thurslay, at 10a.m. ; TJerk of Court. and aloe hlr.total Rlegistrar. Mr 'harieo D1 )Ye ; Ju.Ttiees a the Paoae, M3elsrsl . P'e;erkin, Dr Mo.rison I). Young. W. Whitake s, b. Mackay, and J. Skhes. Soliciton.-1- ...

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SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

SMOKING. At a recent debate on smroking among thle mendtl.ers of the rlitis Asoociation. Profes.or liux'ey. tlh eminenlt ocientis', told the est ry of bii struggles in a Way whlih atterly put the anti-tobueconists to coniusion, 'Foe torry years ot my life," he said, " tobncro had beeni a deadly poirn to tme. (Laud cheers fro: the anti tobacconists). li tay youth, a, a medical student, I tride to smoke. In vain ! At, every fresh attermpt ILy ,nsidious foe stretched me I roarrate cu the floor. (Repeated choier). I entered the navy. Again I trioal to smoke, and again tao t w trh a defeat. I hated,tobaoce.. I touhld alo-t haoe lent my sappo,1 to taly ilrtiutliio which had for its object thei pulttii tobacco smokers to deat'. (Vocifroa cheering). 'A few days ag.t I wat in Brirtnny with sorme Ieinrs. Weoseot t' an inn.. Troy began to smoke and looked very happy, and outbide it cao very wet and dismail. I tluolht I wolnid try a cigar. (Muraurs). I did en. (Great expcctrtiuon). I smoked tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

Wanted. XAT.N''l'-ED-A OY' as Apprelice toLthe V rinting. Apply at This Ollice. W ANTTED-,- Smart Lad to drive W Bullocks. Apply Railway Hotel, Glengarry. Tenders. lENCING.--Teners are invited lip to . i nime on Tl'hrsday, the Ith pror., for the erection of lo chlnils (more or less) of log Fencing. nt per chain. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Par ticulars to be obtained from IE. A. COAIIES, Traralgon. rIENDElRS.-Wantet for 3,000 lied nl m I Sleepers,)9 a I x 4. Apply tatiog Price and Station delivered to. JtIIN ROBIl, Collins-street West, Melbourne. S Loeetings. A MIl1'TINI of tie Traralgon Ilace A Clab will be held at the Court house, on Friday lith. at 8 o'clock. All accounlts slould be selt to the secretary on or before that date. W31. NELSON, lion. See. Traralgon, i I 4 0 8t. .\ EETING .will be held on Tuesday, A April 13th, at the Court-huse, for the lrorle of formintg a itBrass lhal. Al are cordially we.cotmed. C. T. NEWTON, See. "Pro tern." For Sale or,To ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

Auctions. MARRIAGE; ORR, & CO., AUCTIONEERS, SIOCK AND LAND AGENTS, 1 OLD SALES OF LIVE STOCK in their yanrs at TRARALGON ' FORTNIGIITLY OIIWELL f AI T'IONGAllI lE TRAFALGAR 3O.xTmLY NA.IIIACA.N I Per uur 31t0IltU0 Advertisements CL.EA.IIIN OUT nld other SALES 1pr perly put through. IG0;15 FORn Natinal of New Zealand, Fire In?srance Co C(,lonial Mutual Firnanld Life ljusuanee Co. New York Life Insnranee. Co. i'r Zealaoln Mercantile Agency Co. LOANS tnegtiated. and VALUATIONS m.ale. 1 EAD OFFICE-TRARALG N. NARRACAN, WED. APRIL 11. \i-AIRRI AGE. ll(11. and CO.. will sell at 1 their vnare. near MJr. Powell's tore. o.t the atvhe date at t lil O 'Gltk- 1l;0 Slhcp (mixeol). grol condition In Mlilkcr and Springers 310 4 and 5 yr old bullocks (I fat) At Ycnrlitigs (miked) Fat cows 2h0 2 and 3 yr old Ieifers 4I' Steet, 1o s.'eful lIorses, Pigs, hc. 1MOE F'IDAY,1IGTI APRIL, 1S86. CLEAIl'ING SALE. I RR.AGE. lllR. and CO.. (in conjune 1 tion wih Hlyde tllnd Howardnl aro favrred with ini...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1886. THE RAILWAY TO YARRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

"IMODERATE., UT PROGRESsrYE." (Published every Tursday & Friday morning.) TUEiSDAY, APRIL 13, ISS6. TIHE RAILWAY TO YAlRAM: TaE deultation, from Traralgon which waited iipouii Ir GilrLrEs on Wedinesday last, had every reason to be satisfied with the reception given by the Premier; at the same time nothing more than was justly due to those whom the deputation repre sented, was promised. The plublic meet ing by.which thcdeplutation wasappointed was a Large roud thoroughly representative one. It teas not a mere clique of lpersnus residing in Tiualgo, who met, but the mlechalics' haill was crowded, and fuilly a thirdl of the persons who attended, are re sidents of Loy Yang, Flynn's Creek, \ ill!?lg C illig!lee, ani otther places througlh whi it is I)proposedl to ftake the lile of railway. These Ipeople, and es iwcially those living in Wonron and Yarn-mun, wanit a line of railway, aid whlein the Rosedale residents made a m1ove for one, thi people of the soiuthljoiuel heartily wit...

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SHIRE OF TRARALGON. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

SHIRE OF TRARALGON. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTII. Keepin7 free from noisome mattller yards, ?tlbtes. ant, places used fcr or neos tra:les. slaugh'crynrds,c?. ; Jor reu 'atlg m, anage ment of ear:h-closets, pri'ecr, Sc., doinflet iag and deodorising nightsord a.d other ojffensie matter, anld or regulatinyt its renmoval and Jfinal deposit.-" Government Gazetllte," 4th .lharch, 188d,Jbl. 1100. The Local Board of HIealth in and for the Shire of T'ualgon, in the colony of Victoria, bcilig the Municipal Council thereof, by virtue of the powers con tained in the " Public Health Amend mennt Statute 1883," and every other power enabhling tile said local boeard in this behalf, and for the lipurpose of carrying the said Act into execution within the jurisdiction of the said local board, doth hereb make the following bye-law, being Bye-law No. 2 of the said Local Boardl of Ilealth, that is to say: 1. All former bye-laws on the matter m.nd tl:igs hereafter provided for are hereby repealed excepting as...

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OVERDUESUBSCRIPTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

OVERDUES UBSCRIPTIONS It iq said that among tihe inmates of the Kew Lunatic Asylum, there is a ithite-headed old gentlemltan ho spendis the greater part of his time in beseeehiun tilhe other patients to. pay uin their arrears. \i in you come to inqure into hishistory, you tlarn that hie was alionce at pr. perout printer and publisher, who ventured anmon, other enterprises, to brting onta first-clas.s magazine which obtained a laege cir culation throunzhiut the whole of the Austratnsian colonies, iatl prollised to become al property of the highlest value. BUt, in course of tine, I!o nIlad tihe painitfil discovery that it was Inxt to imipossib'e to collect the sutbscrip tion.s. As timtte were on, the t"ltil slltnl dire to him on this account aniollntdll f-onl hllundreds to thonanads of pounds. Not that his debtors couttld not or woull not p.iy. They sitply did tint. They watn not dislloneat ianld they were not poor. They were merely neglectful and iltlitffernit. Their indivititnl ind-...

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ALLEGED MURDER OF A WIFE. "ARGUS" TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

ALLEGED .lkURDER OF A .WIFE.:; ' " ARGl's" TELEGoe M. Staivell, Tuesi?y. An elderly man inasied George 'ii, was charged before o Mr ;. L. llutchies, police ni'gistrate, yesterdav,' with Ladi; wilfully murdered his iwife, Elizale Gilinore, who died atGreenes Creek l Sunday last from the efttects of the i~ treatment she had received at his hLk's The prisoner was remanded for eih: days. The district coroner held an inquest 01 the body of the deceased at Green's Ct? Hotel yesterday. Only Drs. 1. . .Jhe and 11. H. Flemini, wereexsamined. The stated that they hld mude a "lcst-or' teni" examination of the body oflcc.eod and found that the immediate nurse death, was syniope of the hlert, dith pneumonia of the luogs. Dr. Jack, wSk attended the deceased when she was fi: suffering fromm the injuries on the lk:h March, deposed that she told him tear she Lad been ill-treated by her hlslx?lu On examination lie found that she' ld severe bruises tinder 'ccli cey, on the hill over her liver, and on ...

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TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

TYPHOID FEVER. Its cuse and prevention, withll inlstl'u.i.us for its lini entla elle t ill thie absence of medil aidll, issuid unier the d.rection otf The C ot-al II sri of litalth. "Tole grand fact is cl. r that the o-currcmce of ty phoid fever pIi its unleqilioceally ts de'cetive removal of ex:reti, and tlhat it is a disease altogeth, eii d easily :plevent ab e." Dr Parkes. Typhoid F. ver is called by various naltieS, such as Enteric Fervr, Low Fever, Colonial 'Fever, lnfsuinle IRmit.: tent Fever, etc., but the diseast is one aid the'saws. A iislemadin Hulnae i1 a grave mis.take, as it puts p-rogle off their guard, and often leads to -fatal results. When a person is sick with what is called 'ioloni,l or Gast ie Fever, danger is seare!lyapprcihetded, whereas, if the friends really knew that these were merely other namhes for Typhoid-- moust deceptive, iufee t;ous, and frequently fatal fever-thel y would behlive io the risc both to tihe patient and others. The greaot mortahty Ifrean...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 13 April 1886

BIRTH. HANSON.-O0n the 9th inst., at Brougham Cottage, Brougham-place. Geelong, the wife of Alfred Hanson, Esq. a daughter.

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SO THEY HAD. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

80 THEY IIAD. Say," shouted 'a boy in front of the City Hall the other afternoon. Something like fifty men came to, a demd hIlt. "Say! your wife said I was to tell you not to forget to bring home tea !" continued the boy, in a louder voice. Forty-five men wheeled, slapped their legs, and grunted out: SHfanged if I hadn't forgotten all about

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 16 April 1886

MELBOURNE MARKETS. EASTEI HOLIDAYs.-As the Railway Department will not undertake Stock Tratic on-Easter Monday, the sheep market will be held on Wednesday. 25th. instead of Tuesday 27th inst. Cattle will be sold on snme day. Owing to requirements of passenger traffic, the number of cattle tracks available for both 20th 20th and 27th will be somewhat limited

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