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MR TELFORD AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

MIR'TELFORtD AT WODQNGA.J. Mr W. Telford addreosseod tile electors at the Prince of Wales' Hall on Saturday" evoning at the conolusioinof Mr O'Connor ' speech. Mr W.V : L. I Furrier, . ,.P., occupied the chair. MIr Tolford,, who was well recoivoed, re-,. ferred to the fact ?of .his. clicilij to theo intereost of the mining community, in con sequence of having expended so. much money and time in the floating of several large companies in? : the NorthiEastdi? District, In .one company alone, over £100,000 had been laid out since 1856. As a Boechworth residoict ]he had, striven to' show every onesrgy, and ..nd. been deeply interested in the :railway to' the' North-Eastern District. He was one of -its early movers, and was:proud.to say that it was one of the most' payableo.lines. in the colony. Politically, he was a 'Con stitutionalist. 11e meant, he. was',not a Ridical nor a stern Conservative. i6 was orip?seel to a large amount of.thle gpovorn? ment debontures being..hold by abson- 2 ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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MR TUTHILL AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

MR TUTHILL AT WODONGA. About 200 persons assembled' in the Prince of Wales' Hall on Moniddy evdning last to hear Mir F. H. Tuthill exproess his views. Or E. Dibloy occupied the chair. 'Mr Tuthill, who was cordially received, said thiat during the five 'wooks' ho hlid Lbeen a representative of 'the district he had not had a opportunityi of taking his 'seat inParliannment, and had aixmply peon a dummy. The. position, however, gave hism theo advantage of not being;obliged.to apologise to 'thnm" for any laches: ' The electors ;rduld soethatho had not been idle during the short period. he had had the 'honor of representing'theni. ' 'Hd had in terviowed the Commissidiiers over the railway freighlts ''question. He liad promised to have this injustice romovoe., and hl'was' glad to say thait lhe had" miet with some success, and that -a bye-law. would be signed byi Mr Speight,' on; 'his' return from Sydney, under which.a draw back equal to the differenlco ofLthiTfreight between Ohiltern. and ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. (Fmost A COltRESPONDENT.) I am in receipt weekly of nearly all of whlt we may almost call our locals, but scarcely over find anything of any in terest trnm this immediate locality, with the exception of a few letters respecting the erection of a Murray bridge. Your own and other cUrrespondellnts east or north-east of the loutoug llngos sesem to hib too lazy to pick up any matter .l public interest, or fail, for reasons tf their own, to cotuiuluniiato it to the outside world. Of course, we are usually a very quiet counuulnity, gradually developing our -great resources; but still I think the knowledge of our gradual progress would probably assist and stimulate our exer tions, and outside interest would likely bring us earlier to a higher standard of appreooiation and civilisation. The Upper Murray this side the liuotong Ranges is not recognised as a very intelligent and advancing community, because it is oeg looted by the press. Tallangatta is about the boundary w...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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MR FERGUSON AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

* MR ;ERGUSON. AT -WODONG?A. Mr Forguson addressed a meeting of the electors -on Tuesday evening,- at. the Prince of Wales' Hall. Mr: W. .L. Fur rier, J.P., occupied the chair,,and briefly introduced the candidate. , SMr Forguson, on rising,' was received wvith,applause, and coinuenbed by criti cising ;the measures passed by the late ,Government. Ho, denounced. the new. Land Bill, which, was one of tha woisrt measures ever placed on the Statute book, 'Undert, the old Act thero was free soloc tion before survey, but it was not so now. The evil consequences of the new Act would- bd'soon apparent. Young moin would seek fresh fields" away from the 'colony instead of remaining in it. Thle railway freight question wasean important one. to the residents of Wodongai and district. Everyone hero was'awaro to their sorrow of theo difference lbetiveen the rates on the south side of the Murray. to those oii the north of it. The freights should be equalised, and goods brought to Wo donga at the s...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

ryIst, CO. WILL MAKE THRIlR FIRST SIIOW OF AIJTUMN AND:: 'WINTER DRAPER Y R Wecnescay Next, .3rd March, 1886. Early iuspection invitred to secure first choice of the new. and .beautiful goods which LATEST. EUROPEAN NOVELTIES MANTLES Just Arrived ex MILLINERY .?s. Australasian, DRESS GOODS Bengal, LACES, HOSIERY, &c. Austral. Every, Line Marked at Moderate Prices. ,. Hf. MATE. AND CQ." I .12 ..... ft ' E R 8, -LJBt JRY. EDMONDSON, PARKER, & CO. ,ARE OFFERING G.REJAT A LE.GAJ2-S All Departments, / 1'1OR TO ST OC K TAKINT G. ,REIMNAN'IS QOI! EVERY DESCRIPTION. Ics;,is,4.,Luces., Ribbonis, Calicoes, &c. 4a sllndd! lot of :i'!A i ju 4: LLY unLj1 al 1 onnots, Corsoto, Undrlorlohing, &o. ".TAILE Ewand il) LNEf,,CP RPETS, LINOLEUMS, Mi ?: Llin's d YutIhs' lothing and Hats. $plenidid H in Boots aind .Shoes. ....... .....'......... t ~4OgS 30 R d. Cen1 ucder Maklers'- rices. . . , E aen.!,, amilrli[rgs r -" " - -·4 , ,·'j.' ,V ,lu' u v w i h ' rq io : ," ' ST. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

JOHN G. WIGG. HIGH STtTET, WODONCA, Wholesale and Retail BU T C H E R. The oldest-established Butchery in Wodonga. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. International Family Hotel, VICTORIA STREET, MELBOURNE, (Close to Cab and 'Bus route). ALEXANDER GALLETLY (LZE oF WODONOA), BEGS to inform h'i Friends and the Public that he Il~ taken the above hotel (late Henningham's) where Boarders and Visitors will And the attention paid them of a comfortable home. HIGH-CLASS WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, &0. Terms Reasonable. Bathrooms,telephone, andeveryconvenience. GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN Eegeto thank his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why? Because they are shod according to art and suitable to nat ire. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BETHANGA. > OLBERT ES Sstinti htbdhe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

GE O.. LE GG: H TON B EGS to inform the inhabitants of Wodonga and surrounding district, and also his old friends of cothanga, Granya, sandy Creek, and Mitta Mitts, thaf le is now. carrying on business opposite thie Post-oflice, Wodonga, as FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, IRONMONGER, and GALVANISED IRON and WIRE MERCHANT. CHAFF, OATS, and PRODUCE STQRE. The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected; and the Whole of the Groceries are of the Best Well-known, Brands. Crockeryware of all .Descriptions. LARGE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING TO BE SACRIFICED,-being the balance of the stock of the late A. Fullarton and Co. GENT'S CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. LARGE STOCK OF. NEVW SEASON'S PRINTS FROM 3s Gd A DOZEN YARDS. BUYERS OF ALL LOCAL" PRODUCE, Hides and Skins of all Descriptions, at HIGHEST MARKET VALUE. AGENT for LIGHTBOUND'S SAW MILLS, GEORGE'S CREEK. STANLEY AND MUIR,i Wodonga, Albury, N.S.W., & 30 King Street, Melbourne. Railway, Shipping, Custom House ...

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THE OVENS ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

- TFIE OVENS ELECTION. S!O.TIIo n EDITOR Or. TIMI Sig'INFr.T. Sin,-I'leairn that one' of the cahdidates is circulating a report'to the l ofbct that I have said,",'That farmo's are iot fit for. Parliament, and that thoiy j ould stop at home and ,mind their pigs. '. L, hivo never mado any such statemnent. On the bontrary. there. is no body, of nmen for wheon I have a higher respoct or a greoiter admiration than the farmors of the Ovons. My advice to the eleolors is to l?llish all slanderers Aid bick-biteuis by" 'striking their names' bout of tho' ballot-papera onr the polling-da,.-Yours, &c., - F . I TUTrILL.

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KOETONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

KOETONG RACES.   The above meeting came off on Friday last. The attendance was not large, though the racing was good. No doubt the warm weather had the effect of de-   terring many who would otherwise have attended. A good sprinkling of visitors from Tallahgatth were present. The course is a poor one, but about the best to be obtained, as the county is moun- tainous, and it is to be wondered that a piece of ground sufficiently large for the purpose wouold be obtained at all. But in   spite of all idsadvantages, the meeting passed off well, thanks to the efforts of Mr Osmond, the secretary. Mr W. Sullivan (Tallangatta), who acted as judge, gave every satisfaction by his decisions. The different events were well contested and of course, there was the usual excite- ment common with race meetings during the progess, and especially towards the finish of each race. The following were   the winners of the several events:- Maiden Plate. - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

T ?ho vwelitiLo in the Upper Murray die tricthie sot'in whrim, although (iherb ii plenty of-liqieture in thie grould, aqi ltheo grass? rs quite grben. .No buieh flire of any importanoo have ocourrod, though at tine time of theo yonr the frmor nre6 in great dread of the flory eloment, 'IF you want a nice cool drink, now that the heat is' so intense, call at ALLEN'S TERMin .lE HOTEL, Wodonga. The proprietor is daily in receipt of a supply of ice, and hopes to see his old, and make new, friends.-[ADvT.] W ANTED, a BOY, to make himbelf generally useful. Apply C, G. S. Gordon, Torranceville, Wodtonga. W ANTED, a young MAN (single), for general store. Must be ablo to drive horses. Apply 'nE SENTINEL Office. O : BRICKLAYERS AND CAR. PENTERS. Separate TENI)ERS are invited for Athemunim Building, ?hume , street, Wo:: donga.I " SGORDON anid GORDON, Architects and Surveyors, Wodonga. " O0R SALE or to LET, that splendid F' FARM (one of thelbest in the district), and known. as Mrs Picking's, Wod...

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A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- I am a martyr, to your printer's devil, or he has a down on me, for in your last issue he makes me say, " But what the miners have to do with election matters beats me." It should read " What   the mines have," &c., &c. Please correct this at once to save my neck. YOUR BETHANGA CORRESPONDENT.    

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ELECTIONEERING INTELLIGENCE. BENAMBRA ELECTION. MR A. A. BILLSON AT TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

ELEC'TIONEERING INTELLI-         GENCE. BENAMBRA ELECTION. MR A. A. BILLSON AT TALLAN- GATTA. Mr Billson addressed a large meeting of the electors at the court-house, Tallan- gatta, on Saturday evening. Mr W. Carkeek. occupied the chair. The Chairman, before introducing the candidate, made a very forcible speech, touching the requirements of the dis- trict, and expressed it as his opinion that a change in the represrntation of the district was necessary, as the sitting member, though in every resplect a most estimable gentleman, had failed to make himself felt in the House. Mr' Billsol, wlld,;'ul rising, was re ceived "with treinendous 'rbouinds. f ap. plause, "said that lie felt" hd 'dwid 'no apology to the hlecto?s for hiucomilpg for w~nrd 'lopposition to'the presenli ' mein ber, as he liid been requested ;to fr.o so by numerous friends, but, irrespedtivd- of that, he was ambitious of securing a seat in Parliament,' and, -having ...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 , 1886.   The contests- for the Ovens and for Benambra still assume large proportiohs in our generally peaceful district, and this day week we will-be in the throes of a most exciting election. The Ovens cer   tainly does not suffer for want of a big bevy of candidates, and even the retire ment of one or two would scarcely make a ripple on the surface of the contest. Messrs -Tanswell, O'Connor,- Telford, Tuthill, Ferguson, and Zincke have already enunciated their views; while Mr F. Allen will face the electors of Wodonga to-night, and Mr G. V.Smith and Mr Tanswsell will speak here on Thursday evening. So far, the several aspirants for Parliament have all obtained good   hearings, and each seems confident of victory on the day of polling. The ab sence, of any burning question compels each to travel over the same old ground, and not one of them goes out of the groove. They are all working hard amongst the "free and independent...

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MR G. V. SMITH AT BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

MiR G. V. SMITH AT BARN.4 WAlTHA. Mr G. V. Smith, one of the camdidxats for the Ovens electorate, addressed a very large and influential auliance a?the Public Hall, I rnawartha. no Wedienoalay even ing. Mr Smith's remarks wera to a groat extent It retrospeob of the past, lie thought tlhat the prosnt, Ministiry, with the power at ther, -bank wiu,-?, thl/v pm.? eauiud, UItl1i r1avo givJ Il blAtter: oums.sf of''themselves. Ho iregarded ituporia! federation ns:ao far Imore importanced thans. Australiasi'foderatiost, but hoe Ionoisd Mr Sevice in his viewsi on rthis subjei, aind thloughit that le sliooed;a true pIatriotisiii in advancisng a n.olieone which would behof more credit t. those whio ?l'iio ftor him than of himlself. 110 siould like to see jurisdiction itn the federation whlichI would stop i mai who litowned snoney in our .colony going over thte boler and laughing at his creditors. He held that the iluprovonliotse il the railways and civil service were good, but hle thought Iore...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

"p]OR 'SALE or to L5ET; that splendid. 1 FARM (one of the best in the district), and known as Mrs Pickoring's, WVodonga YWest, Murray Flats, Possession given, if 'required, on Ist April.: For furtlher. par. ticulars apply W\. C. M'FARLANE, Wodonga. PUBLIC N;OTICE. POISON laid in nly PADDOCK fronting thie main Chiltern road. WV. 0. M'FAtRLANIE. - '/l PIItN, experienced Allviti\ ' ,l 111 intends shortly to RESIDE in \Vodonga. ' Meanwhill,, any- letters ad. dressed to Wodloga or.Buthlang P.O.Uvill receive prompt attezition. FA E ,V small mobs of fat CATTLE will be taken into my paddocks this sea non at ld per head per night. JOIN MORRISON, Wodonga. N . TP I C E. All GOATS found TRESPASSING on Dougharty, Son,. and Parker's Paddocks after this date will be destroyed. PETER P. "WILSON. Woldonga, 19th February, 1886. Application for Transfer of Pub lican's License, J JOHN MILDREN, of Wodongan in the colony of Victoria, Licensee of the Border HIotel, High street, WVo~lnga, In Ilereby APPLY ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

TO TI EDIITOR OF TIHE ENTINEL. Six,--?Ar I)..M. O'Connor, who is a cctdidt, fotr the Ovens, i uan American I ra subject.. Will Mr O'Connor kindly informll tls through your columns if ho has b~on naturalised ? If loe Ihas not, Ihe is dis. qualified from contesting the election, and it gives somin color.to Ioth rulllor thalt, ho is not, running for the cat., sbut in the in trdost of It c:adi;llate lwho is desiroius of 1' it?ing big o0g 'klll ll vltoE(;.-si;t, hi'., ENI;ilO?tE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

F' ." - }CI%"L MLAKJ;'I'1 L'PiEin 'II 'S'!! SNOW QF /. Wd-IE tay Next, 2rcl M [arclh, 1886, 3;d yiiýS : r'= el- o -cucifeiiqbt Ohoeu, o)f thB. cewv and beainutiful goods which will be eslibitedl, LmALTEIST .EUUROPEAN" NOVELTIES iMNNT~E~4r(Just Arri vedl ex iiM LLINIER J s.s.A$.ustra.1asiim, REbSS GO S O} : ,Bengal, LA!ºCES, 1-iOS IDi1 , S~c. ý austral. Every Lind Marked pL Modorato Pp ices, T, ]... ! vI fFE AND CO(, 1. ) t 1 '' H . IU A I `+ )P[fl~ ~nGREIT AN -aU Departm.ent s, t'RT1)It 11(1, STO.O KTAKI G0 A N RE1INANT1S 01" f:'tI1J. py ESO.L{1T P'1'V)N. E'rý,cLvn~,4' Ri hboim, Calicoes, . &e. ,A £j7~i i~t~eitrti'In- i_ i Ftn9L!lt^a1:;I~ .IIWuutA, Co-et' U',,ch ioIt lung, &"c, .Gait!,, II R1f1) IN ii\L, UARP I' 14 INOT( UM$,-c t·~pieudr;id ~2 ·~;Lie iii Boo)~ts and~1 ShoCCS PIAhNOS,~ ~3O Per C'n.r!,, Lrler I'Mak(ers' Pr·ices (.c fIlfhitiL~ iiun i:H'l ~ ld DIII( V I li ii' i..Jll 1I d.l~lllcl ET~l) M·oN D 8tO.N, AHNEHANIi'() '. .,ENihmi Xiri~ B A Ii 1L Of V ICTo"R.IA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, IIOn STREET, \WODO(;NA, S ,Wholeale and Retail BU 'T C 11 i R. The oldestiestablished Butchery in Wodoniga. Al IMEATS of BEST QUALITY ,i Always on hand., Small Goods of every description. IIIDES'hid SKINS PURCHASED. International Family Hotel, VICTORIA STREET, MELBOURNE, (Close to Cab and 'Bus route). ALEXANDER GALLETLY (iLAL )F WODOO?A), " EGS to inform his Friends and the .ý ` Public that he hoi taken the above liotel (late Heuningham't) where Boarders, and Visitors will flid thei attention l laid theni of a cotnfortable home. HGII.H-LASS WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, &c. Terms Reawonable. Bathrooms, telephone, and every convenle.ice.. G ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), * Wododga. " J. LAMBOURN .. liegs to thank his inmerous customers for past favors, and hopels to still mierit it continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMP'IEMENTS REPAIRED. IIORSESIIOEING A SPECIALITY. Why? Ileemius they are shod according to'art and slitable to nat Ire. COMMER...

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BENAMBRA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

lIESN A t3RA ELECTOLN. 3Mr A. A. lBillIoul addressed l t very largeo iIIeting at the l?uthiaiga hall oii Thursday evening: lir R. U. Cole bein., votued to the chair. Mr Billson deliverlt a very forcible speechl l. at limes com pletely carried his audience away, heing frequontly, inltrruptld by their inthu siasmo. H l a (our correslondenlt adds) a fluent speaker, and sceims to have studied, not only what, to say, but holv to say it. Politic:ally, he says lo belongsa it the Deakiil fillowing, and his p~ogramnme, which has already been publilshed in these roluimins, ippCared to give great ratisfei· tinn. But iothlanga is seldom satisfied with a baire speecli, and iMr Billson hadi to ftlce a sriIiIius colsl?-quetionlinog, (llt ol which lie came with credit. Mr Kevan proposed, and Mr IH. Johnson seconded, i vtote of confidtence, which was eTnjrill by arclameation. The usual vote of tluhal:s to lhe chairman clsed the lleoting. O!io Ilethantga ccrrespondelit writes: "()O Friday evening ita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

G E O. L EI G IH T ON pEGS to inform tih inhabitantit of Wodil nga and surrounding dittict," and b'alo his, old friends of Btlhanga, Gi'anya, Sandy Creek, and Milha Bitta, that Ihe is now cirryillg oil busillsom opposita the Fosttolffice, Woidongs, as FAMILY GROCER,, DRAPER, IRONMONGER, and GCALVANISED IRON, and JI. . ,Il MERCHANT. . CHAFF, OATS, and PRODUCE STORE. The TEA.S supplied are Specially . Selected, and' the Whole of the Groceries are.of:the Best W~ ll-known Brands. Crockeryware of: all Descriptions. LARG ' STOCK ,OF READT-MADE CLOTIING.' O BE SACRIFICED, boing tho balance of the steek of the itej A. Filllrton and 'o; G4ENT'S CLOTHING MADE 'TO ORDER. LARGE -STOCK OF PATTERNS 'TO CHOOSE FROM.' LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS ]FROM 3s' Gd A DOZEN YARbS. lUY'lRS OP ALL LOCAL PRODUCE, Hides and Skins: of :,ll Desctiptions, at HIGHIEilST1tMA1RKht V.ALUIl. AGENT for LIGHTBOUND'S -SAW MILLS, G`OkrGE'S 'REEI. . .."STANLEY AND MU1i?", -" Wodonga, Albury, N.S.W., & 30 Kif...

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