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NEW ASSOCIATION FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

NEW ASSOCIATION FORMED At a mieeting held in the: School of Arts, Belry, on Wedniesday '1light' o last week, Hockey C'lub` , eepie sentatives fioin Albion 'Park, Kiami, Gerringong, " Kangaroo Valley"" and' Nowra, decided upon0 the foxniation of:: a Hockey Association, to be known as t he Shoalhaven Hockey Association, to: contiol the coming conmpetitions, and to further the in terests of hoclkey. o; the Souitlh Coast generally. It is anticipated that ten teams will be registered,'. to play in the comipetition for a troiphy to 'be de cided upon at the ..end of the season,. For the benefit of the newly formed clubs, a special.hockey cainival has been set down for May 18, at Berry's hockey groufid, comencing at 1.30, tb be'. run on similar lines to the suc cessful carnival held last year at Kangaroo Valley. ''First matches in the Shoalhaven. Hockey Association's competition will.start on May 24. The office-beamers elected -.for the new association were as follows: President Mrs. Newtoi...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

HOCKEY ,. .. :'ý ~ ~ ~~'; al ,.{ _,,?, ;? , j~, . i , .d ;',,ý '1 At a vell ,riepiesented mnetingL held oni Thuisday nightl ast, ,it was de ided to oiim a 6' Hockey Clul in Ki aa and' u'the 'ollowing 9DliceD s .were elected: Pati ons: Ms daldes B ' A Stephen and M. Cranna. Presidet: s, L Martin Vice-P esident:' Miss D Irvine,. C Secretary: Miss J. Knight. Trlieasuri'e Miss D .'Davis SiiDelegates Misses ., Ma tin :ti and Knight.' Thit.e' mnie bership'i fee was fixedc at 2/6 a yeai and, is not open only to playing inembeis but subscriptions ionm eveiybody would be appseciated to assist the activities ot the Club. Inquhiies' are now being iuade for the' purchase of, equipment which will be purchased as soon as suffic ieIt fLunds are : available' Triaining is o to take. place two nights a week at 7 o'clock on" thf Showgiound and it is to be hoped very shortly to arrange guames, with neigl?hboui ing clubs The enthusiasm of those piesent at "the 'meetiingV augurs' well for the successiul ...

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TENNIS DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

?,T ENNiS `DRAW .' ~e r . .. . ., ' ,7 l o ". • l '' C a't Tlic ollowlng i theodiw io uni the Kiania K .lsit ict Tenn Assocla Matches 1vrll{ e played on g th. c Sut ot th mirtentlojid club MENS S OPTTO am, hellhabl::;:ainbeu'L'r Jnbe Io .V Dn Jameioit II :v Saeioo zour II umo0rnoe Ii v Gerringoiing , iath olic v Dunmore" o May'C: i' ria1ao Sh i ellrbourI mhiinbe6e '' v D nGe.i.igongI 'tDun in znbio oA;Giiign" 1I. y ;Catholic;';; hel Shellbo arbIour.',- ?; Dunmoi e II., June 14: maina ero v. Jainbeio Jaibeieoo .I v: Geiningon i;1 Ger hringongI v Si"hellhai bol i II,;o Se11 - haiboui I v; "OCtholoc nniored .': liwmore II June 2S Kiama v: Geiiingong II Shellliatboui, Ilv 'rJa.beroo I, GeriGr ringong I v. Dunmore 'II .DuCnmoie I: 'v. Shellhahrbour I; Caitholicv. :Jam- beroo Il July 12 Dunmore II v:' iiania; Jamberoo 1: . vDmeuiore 1, Geirin gong v ,Catholic;h Jainiberoo I v. Sbellhar:IboIur I Shellhai boui :l ?. gCeriinggong II July'26 I Shellhai boui II y,. 1iama; Catfolcv Jaun ir e io...

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TENNIS LADIES COMPETITION KIAMA v. GERRINGONG [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

TENNIS LADIES COMPETITION. KIAMA v. GERRINGONG Mesdames Neall and Warren (Ki ama) v. Nedric, and Parsons (Ger ringong) 5-6; v. Young .and Watson 6-1; v. Bailey and Miller 6-0. Mesdames McDonald and O'Neill v. 'Young and Watson 3-6; v. Bailey and Miller 6-3; v. Nedric and lPar sons 4-6. Mesdames Barrett and Kendall v. Bailey and Miller 6-5; v. Nedric and Par?ons" 1-6; v. Young and Watson 2-6., Totals-Gerringong 5 sets 39 games, Kiama 4 sets 39 games. GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong Club is competing in the Kiama District Tennis Associa tion's . Mixed Competition which commences-to-day (Saturday). The following teams have been selected: No I to play Shellharbour I at Gerringong: K. Boxsell, D. Stewart, L. Watson, W. Lumsden and Mes dames L. Watson and A. Parsons. No II to play Jamberoo II at Jam bIeroo':-R. Wiggins, E. Moulds, J. Boyd, J. McNamara and Mesdames R. Niddrie and G. Young. Prfnted and Published 'by A. J. wveston, for the Proprietors, Weston & Co., Shoalhaven Street, Kia...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

tsorry 'to, lovaf tlmt :Sg't;Jy1N;±Iafwke'y, leaye *1Aiti lDew, 'ot tho ..Kiaui ;ý oie ;had' medt d u ties ai'ter ` taking ,his annual' leave ' '' ,*:"

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SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

* ý* SCHOOL NOTES BY "PREFECT" Empire Day, 23rd May, will be celebrated this year by a Food for Britain collection, as a practical way of showing our loyalty to the mother country of the Empire. Complete equipmelit for science has now arrived, and' students, will be able to chose either a Genieral Science Course or a course of Phys ics and Chemistry. Courses at this Central School have now been integrated with those of Wollongong, High School, and pupils may proceed from here 'to the fourth and fifth years and cventualy to matriculation for the University if they so desire. Sub jects offered in 4th Year are .Eng lish, Maths I and II or General Maths Elementary Science or Physics or Chemistry, History, Geography, Economics, Physiology, Technical Drawing or Needlecraft, etc. No provision can be made here foi stu dents wishing to take languages,, and these are advised to conmmence their first year at a High School. For a pass in the Leavng Gertifi cate, it is necessary for' the candi.d...

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BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

BOWLS The final of the Club Fours Champ Eship ,wvill be played to-day (Satur lay) between teams led by Rev. M. Irish and P. J. Davies respectively. At the annual meeting held on Tuesday last the following were elected as -the new Games and Sel ection Committee:--Messrs. A. Jones, R. Henderson; J. N. King, T. Jari'rett and T. Tongue. Players in the 3rd round of. the Singles Championship are asked to play, their matches as early as pos sible. -The draw is R. Fryer, v. Dr. Cranna and J. Swan v. J. Jarrett.

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RESIGNATION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

RESIGNATION At the.last. meeting of the Gerrin gong Council,: Mr. C. Johnson, the Health Inspector, tendered his resig nation. Mr. Johnsoh .thanked the Alderi mien for their co-operation and help during his short term of office at Gerringong. The .Mayor said they wer sorry to see'Mr. Johnson leaving the district but wished he and dhis family all the best in the future. Ald. H. G. Miller seconded the motion. Mr. Johnson had carried out -his duties in a cheerful manner and -they would all be sorry to see him leave.:

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

FOOTBALL The Jamberoo Recreation Giound will be the venue of a very import ant fixture this." (Saturday,)' after noon When the Country Week Elim ination fixture between South Coast and Illawarra Leagues will be play ed. This match gives . players in the ' Group 7 area their first oppor tunity of :impressing the selectors pri6or to the selection of the Combined Country side. At the cbnclusion of to-day's match the Group 7 team to play Groups 6-8 next week-end will be chosen. The. Coast side trained together at Kiama on Wednesday night and are' keen to 'do well. The match corn-', menices at 3 p.m. and will be refereed by A. Jones, of Wollongong. - Kiama's team' to meet Jamberoo in the curtain raiser tomorrow (Sat urday) is as follows: J. Blanch, A. Gannon, H. George, R': White, N. Burton, A. Pepper, J. McDonald, Jim Gannon, B. Andrews, A. James, Jack Gannon, J. Creighton, A. Millar. Replacements M. Laye and J. Laye. The bus will leave at 12.45 p.m. sharp.

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C. W. A. At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 May 1947

C.W.A. At Gerringong :nuThe April meeting of the": G rrhl"'" gong Branch of tihe .p0Wi. A was held in the ,School f A ts: i ecently whein the Pi'esident;; (MrSrT', W. Johubon) presided over; a'good attendandce 'of mnembers. Apologies ':for unavoidable absence were r ?eceived' "fronti' eMeas G. I J. Milloeri? W !7 N ,Noblei ,'Molo land;', G. Johnston 0 G Shaipe aId II 0 Whalan and Misses ,E. Clittickl and M. Love Thle 'meeting opened with thei National Anthem 'and 11the0 0C W A motto. It was reported that the flist food paicel had beeii sent by, the branch ton faneedy ianily in jBritain. It was decided to send a layette of bapy wear to the Kianma District hospital once a year. Owing to ill health, Mms. Molony, of Nowra, will be unable to open the' handicrafts exhibilion in May and' it was decided to invite Mrs Hatfield of Wollongong, to peirorin the cere mony: tribe President reported that trnit and flowers had ,been sent to Mes dames, . R Gallegos C, II. Gillard and W. Y Mitchell du...

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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

'"IOUINDABOUTr BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET" .Saw; the South African Soccer players at Wollongong. last week. A very skilful game Soccer, but give me League. More thrills in five, miin_ ufLtus of League than a full game of Socceri. 'One thing I did like wasI the continuity of play. :No ' hold ups for scrums etc.-at it all the time. If some of those fellows don't have headaches, then they .are very tough in the skull. The headwork of the Africans wvas amazing., Noddin' 'em heire and noddi,' 'em there without even a shake 'of, the -,scone' after, wairds. Offside" rule's. are tricky. In fact a League ireferee would "chuck a sixer" if playbrs under his charge got mixed up like these fellows do'! Co01in Raison (a local) was.'amazed when. the ref failed to order' a "five yaids scirumi' a few times whilst Harold Canham (anothelr local) 'ex pected, a few twenty five drop outs! So did I as aminatter ,of fact. South African goal'keeper Brink ,,'could kick the ball. so far 'that I'm T uie' "Happy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

::i:, K IA M A .... ..... "' 4J" 1 , + 1 : r " + . 1 ' I,+ r , ., y zi RADIOSERViCE PHONE: Kiama 67. WHITE ANTS COCKROACHES: BORERS FUMIGATIONS ETC. Consult H.W.-POWEL & Co72 PITT ,ST., .SYDNEY H. W. POWELL & Co. LICENSED FUMIGATORS ESTIMATES FREE - - AL L WORK 'GUARANTEED? Regular Inspections Arranged IDistrict Representative: ---- ----- "-- .--- ?----------I,"?:'.'}: ,, , e .e.....G. MORTON, 215 Crown Street, Wollongong, Phone: 1068 FARMS WANTED Of All Descriptions URGENT FOR CASH BUYERS SUBMIT PARTICULARS IMMEDIATELY. USUAL CHARGES NO -SALE-NO COMMISSION BASIS Send for Questionnaire .Form Sydney's .Farm Specialists Pty. Ltd. 28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY PHONE B 1188, after hours FU 5950 'INTERNATIONAL TU CKS INTERNAT INTERNATIONAL THE full range: includes utilities, light, medium, and heavy-duty Internationals in capacities from half ton to ten tons. Ask us NOW . for full information. See your local International Harvester Co. Agent J. N. King and Sons Pty. Ltd. i AMA ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

R.S.S.A.I.L.A. SKiama S -branch ALTE!RATI q OF DATE OF SPEC L MEETING THE Special MeetingoH ft1iaSub bjra•lh-wi1Tlbe hel on THURS DAY; 15th MAY (this eek) instead of the 22nd as previo sly advertised. Note the date-15h May. C. D. FUL ER, President W. G. DAWES, Hon. Sec. A.L.P. J BEROO A meetings-'Itm ]rioo A.L.P. will be held i the School of Arts on THURSD Y, 15th MAY, at S p.m. C. G. McGL CORJY, Hon. Sec. ...... AN AGENCY 0 OF THE 0 COMMONWEALTH * SAVINGS BANK OF AUSTRALIA will be open for business ,at MR. THOMAS KERR'S STORE - OAK FLATS . ON THE * 5ti "MAY, 1947 .. Meetiig &o the 2 D Janibei o0 w'fl be Bold, nhe School of Ai t;oii FPHURSP AY' 22nd ;MAY,, at 8'j,;ni. M~ F, M td .li-WiH-glve an re ~ary dhihomeeting' of 'his :tiiip overseas. All .aie, o cor'd call- invit ied " o .a1 e d WARIY Pieisdent C;:'. McGLIN HEY, Seciretary', AJ. STE ART Terralon' treet KIjA CHILDRE 'S HA4TSr A NICE RANGE S. I'S . BO ? _? OMA4/8 S" ?L FELTS 9/6 ,.OT.HER STYLES FOR. IDS. 9/6 TO 1?4/9 LA...

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Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

3o'wls Rink Gaines- ?J, Cope, C.. Cooper, S. Popplewell 21 v T. Tongue, R. Wilson, J. Jarrett 18 L. Fredericks, F, Palin, P. Tarbert 20 v. J. kelaheii, H. Childs, HI Gould 18,. Singles Chainipioniship-Dri CiCanna 31 defeated R. Fryeir 16.'l J S J. 'Jairett defeated J. Swan: :. Ghampionship Fouis--J. Pike, H. Parisons, D'. Stephen, Rev. M. Irishli 27 v. J. King, W. Dawes, C. Brown, P. J. Davies 26: The following 'games are set down for Saturday next, 17th May:-' Sinigle Chlamiionship Semni-fiial J. Jarrett v. H. Gould. Paii's Chamniionship-J, P ike and A. Jones v. P. Davies and P. Tai beit; Dr. Stephen and". C Brown v., S. Warinock and J. 'Swan : In the' Pairs Championship pairs are allowed' one' substitute:

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Golf [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

Golf Kiama Club finalised the Knight Cup on Saturday last which result ed as follows: S. Boyd .. .. .. .. .. 66. (i5 .131 K. Pearce .. 65 8 133 B.' Moore .. ../.... . 70 66 136 In conjunction.an '18 holes Stroke competition wvas held which result C. S. Boyd .. .. .. .. . 81 14 67 B. Moore .. . .. 102 34 68 H. Pearce .. .. ... 96 24 72 w. Peck ........ .. 78 8 70 E. Evans .... .. ....94 24 70 S. Boyd . .. . ...... 100 27 73 A. Boyd ... 101 28 73 Following is the draw for the 1S hole Pat Competition *to be held on Saturday next foi the Brown Trophy. K. Pearce v. A. Boyd, S. Boyd v. G. Alkin, Rev. Irish v. W. Walker, W. Peck y. M. Briggs, C. Boyd v. G. Corn, B. Moore v. E. Evans, F. Curry v. J. Richardson, H. Brown v.. C. Mosckos, G. Bloomfield v. K. Jarratt, J. Davies v. M. Evers, F. Sullivan v. another. For the 12, hole Stroke competition to 'be held oni Sunday next, the draw is as follows:- . - Miss J. Moore v. Miss D. Oates; Miss J. Knight v. Mrs. Peck;` Miss Philipot v. Miss M. Jo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

HEATEN, OATEN, LUCERNE NEWPRO DAIRY MEAL, CRUSHED OATS, LUCERNE HAY, SEED OATS (Algeria, Mulga, Belah, Sunrise and Fulgrahum) IN STOCK- .. . . 'Thermax Copper. Sani-Lid Outfit WUDAGLOSS JELLY' SOAP' & WUNDAGLOSS ODOURLESS L..IQUID SOAP for cleansing of all dairy utensils. WUNDAGLOSS EUCALYPTUS SOAP for; cleansing cow ibails. WUNDAGLOSS:CARBOLIC CLEANER for painters ,and mech-, anics. WUNDAGLOSS POLISHING CREAM FOR CARS AND FURNITUDE N. So W. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street - Kiama RING & "ORDER NOW-KIAMA 210 Agents for:-NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS FOR VALUE AND SATISFACTION * 0 . WE OFFER POTTERY VASES from 10/8 each BAKELITE SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS: ( 2/- pr. : SAluminium PIE DISHES from 2/- each . FOR GROCERY, HARDWARE AND : rSMALLGOODS PHONE 138 J. DAVIES e - GENERAL STORE, NORTH KIAMA THE , FACTORIES' VETERINARY SERVICE VETERINARY OFFICER: PHONE KIAMA 221 THE FARMERS OWN ORGANISATION Bringing skilled Veterinary Service to Stockowner...

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MIXED COMPETITION DUNMORE I v. SHELLHARBOUR II [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

MIXED COMPETITION''; DUNMORE I v SHELLHAARBOUR iI J?. Ryan"'and C' Ilobtbs (D), v :. Beasley aid S HzIiveltoni (S) 6-1 v. 1. Ilackey and li A. B` ;s: 6"0. L Salvestrni tid C. Ap)perley ;vK i-locie and A a? vag;- .r" . : Bea3iley rind' S 'Hazelton 6-3.' Mir W Williainn1s and Mrs C rd wvelli v Mis Sanderison :i nd Miss hIockey b6. 0 C lobbs anld 1Mis, WilliaiS, v. A': Ba iig ?,fi rs Saide rson 6-1 J. 1': ti.A ,n and Mis?; Cavi'dwell v A, Boasleyf "d{n Miss Hockey G-; GC Apldeiley 'aid Ms.' Williaumsv. S.r Ha~izelton and Mis.w Sandceirson a 1 Satlve6stin .,a Mrs. COrdwell r Iv Hockey Ind Miss Hockey r 6 1 Dunmoe I. wona9 sets 54 gaMmes to S games. CATHOLIC v. DUNMORE I 0. Martin and IIH. Caihami () v. W. Carson and J. Mu1mrpliy (D) 6 0; v. J. Williams and G. Radfomrd 6,-0; W. Longbottom and KI Young v. J Willia'ims and G. Radford 6-2; v' W. Carson and J. Murphy 6-2; Mrs. War ren and Mrs. Carnage v. Mi's. Wood and Miss B.. Waters 6-1; 0. Martin and Mrs. Carnage, v. J. Murphy and Miss B....

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PRE-WEDDING PARTIES At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

PRE-WEDDING PARTIES VAt Gerringong There was a large gathering in the Geriingong School of ýArts recently whn Miss Nona Sharpe was enter 'tafmed prior to iei mariag to Mr.Htr Howletto The evenin passed: pleasantly with games; dclanc . ing- and competitions,: after `i which supiper. was'! served"' '., '' .The, Mie iayori (AidG.i E Cliittick') iii makina g the : ?reseitationi. of a' wallet: of- notes to Miss Sharpe, spolke of ier,; excellenit qualities and ,, of, hei work for district oirganisations. On: behalf: of the citizens "'bf t'he dis trict 'he' wished.' her th best for future happiness". , The Deputy Maypri' (Aid. H. G'. Miller) spoke of` N'oifa's work for. the Good Templars Lodge and spoke of her fance'sservices fori his coun tiry in the. recelint :conflict., Mr. J. R. M. Millei' said that as a neighbouri' of the Sharpe family 'he had many happy associations with Nona and he 'realise'dd her woi'th' in the home. He also knew the %H-ow lett family and could testify to :the good...

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Church of England v. Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

Church of England v. Jamberoo Miss A.? Murphly and Mrs. Boxsell (Janibei'oo) v. Mrs. Robb and Miss Weir (C. of E.) 6-1; v. Mrs. Palin and Mrs. LLaye 6-4; v. Mrs. Spinks and Miss R. Alexander 6-1. Mrs. Marks and Mrs. Bolton v. Mrs. Palin and Mrs. Laye 1-6; v. Mrs. SI)inks and Miss R. Alexander 6-1; v. Mrs. Robb and Miss Weir 6-5. Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Jones v. Mrs. Spinks and Miss R. Alexander 6-3; v. Mrs. Robli and Miss Weir 4-6; v. Mrs. Paldin and Mrs. Laye 6-5. Jamberoo 7 sets 47. gamnes to Church of En land 2 sets 31 games. At Gerringong on Saturday Shell harbour I defeated Gerringong I by 5 sets to 4.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The nienmbers of the Congregation al Church gathered in the School Hall recently to give a pre-wedding tea party in honour of Miss Nona Sharpe The' catering was in the hands of the ladies of 'the Church and a very .,iexcellen't' r epast was provided. ' With Nona at the table of honour, were' her parents Mr,. and Mrs: "0 Sharpe, and Cyril, her brother, also the Rev. and Mis. H, . E. Lawson and the' "Churhh Secretary,' Mr. W. A. Sharps. .After 'itea 'lthe Rev. H E. Lawson said theyhad gathered, to 'honour Miss Nona Sharpe on', th occasion of "her, ddinig i, ith,, Mii Hector Howlett: ?'He sai1d he knew of several other'' speaiers ,;and !, called r oni, Mr. 1- M': Miller (deacon). Mr. Mil ler sadi he. was glad of the;,oppoTup ity :of speaking in ,respect to Nona. He h+ta'dý'l `won",+li~e t, Rnfily mfOr' miany *yga s,',being.neighbiyrs, and .Nna had grown up' with his children. and ls ooked ' upon as a' sister b the 1members of his' family,. They were honouring a ve...

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