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ANSWERS. [Inquirers must forward with their questions their names and addresses. Replies specifically relating to the Turf, Wireless, Poultrybreeding, cattle queries, and household recipes are published in the columns devoted to those subjects, unless special request is made that they be answered here.] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ANSWERS. [Inquirers must forward with their questions their names and addresses. Replies specifically relating to the Turf, Wireless, Poultry breeding, cattle queries, and   household recipes are published in the columns devoted to those subjects, unless special request is made that they be answered here.] "ANXIOUS TO KNOW" (Beaudesert). —Unless you had a statement in writing, you would have little chance of succeeding. R.S. (South Brisbane).—Your letter is libellous ; in any circumstances it is a matter for the police, not for a newspaper. "HAIG ROAD."—Mr. A. Russell, care of Mr. A. J. Sinclair, 377 Queen Street, is a representative of the company you mention. "TENNIS" (Wooroolin).—Colfix. while   making an excellent permanent court, is not considered to be as satisfactory from a playing stand- point as ordinary ant bed. Still many clubs have used colfix in Bris- bane with great success.   "ARGUMENT" (West End).—Mr. P. F. Warner had been appoi...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FARMING, PASTORAL PROPERTIES. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion: each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (18 lines). A.—He landed here with thirty "bob"   From a city on the Tyne,   He quickly got himself a job. And thought this country fine! He worked and saved, and BOUGHT a Farm. (He lacked not grit nor dash), And then last week he sold right out For twice four hundred CASH. In the "Courier" of 22/8/33 appears an account of how a young migrant landed here with 30/. and who last week sold a farm for £800 cash! C. D. Edwards. Union Bank, for Farms. A.—After this, don't say you've never had a chance! Beautiful Buderim (Queens- land's loveliest spot), 15 acres freehold, mostly red scrub soil, perm, water, easterly slope, 30,000 pines, mostly young, splen- did fruit showing (won prizes at Bris- bane Exhibition), 60 navels and mandarins, passions. papaws, tomatoes, plenty more land suitable, large residence in- sured for £350, all necessary imp...

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Most Debated Book. In a sermon dedicated to a discussion of the Bible the Rev. Ivan S. Stebbins said at the Valley Methodist Church yesterday morning that it was the most dearly loved and the most fiercely debated of all literatures. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Most Debated Book. In a sermon dedicated to a dis- cussion of the Bible the Rev. Ivan S. Stebbins said at the Valley Methodist Church yesterday morn- ing that it was the most dearly loved and the most fiercely de- bated of all literatures. In lower criticism all known copies from all countries and from Ancient times had been collated, indexed, and their relative values understood. In higher criti- cism the origin, date, and literary composition had been the all-en- grossing subjects. Yet, in spite of all those search- ing trials, it re- mained the most challenging book in the world. It was unique, im- pressive, and final. Next to Its Messianic objec- tive and prophetic The Rev. I. S. Stebbins. literature was its analysis of char- acter in deference to divine ethical standards. The Book of Ruth, the pastoral idyll of ancient Israel, gave an illustration of that. Never could one forget Ruth's great pledge of friendship to Naomi, who, sad and dispirited, called herself Mara (bitter). "...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

A Large stock of Ace Brand (Q'land) cement, bricks, lime, drain pipes, sew- age connections and traps, sand, gravel, metal, famous Rogers' ready-mixed paint. Calzig roof cooling compositions. Hoskin & Co., Creek St. 'phone B1941. A. DAVIDSON, 365 Ann Street, opp. Fire Station, Builder and Shopfltter, job- bing punctually attended to. Estimates given. 'Phone B5145. ALUMINIUM Mendrite applied like putty, sets like solder. Stops leaks, 1/7, posted. Preston Co., Albert Street. AT Exton's, 339 Queen Street.—Duco, lacquers, and enamels, half-pints, 3/9; pints, 6/8; quarter gallons, 12/9. BUILDERS, I can supply all classes of sawn and dressed hardwood, delivered on job, town or suburbs. Well seasoned red floorings on hand. M. Zanow, saw- miller. Caboolture. 'Phone 9. DIAMOND paint at Exton's, 339 Queen   Street, all colours and white, 12/6   gall., 6/9 half-gall., 3/6 quart. EXTON'S modern shopfronts and show- cases at greatly reduced prices, mean better b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

DOUGHTY & Grayson.—Modern tiled concrete bungalow, min. tram, select suburb, N.E. aspect, lounge and living rooms, three bedrooms, with sleep-out & dressing-room, modern bathroom, laundry under main roof, sewered, nice gardens and lawns. Honestly worth £2000, but country owner will sacrifice for £1350. De- posit, £500. DOUGHTY & Grayson.—Ideal home, in first-class surroundings, 3min. tram, modern in every detail, 3 bedrooms, with   sleep-out, lounge and dining-rooms pan- elled, kitchen, gas stove, enamel bath and   basin, laundry, s.i. copper and tubs. The home has been recently painted internally, and is surrounded by nice gardens and lawns, with concrete paths. First genuine buyer for a real home will snap this at the sacrifice price, £795, dep. £100. Terms easy. DOUGHTY & Grayson.—An investment you must not miss, situated at popu- lar tram terminus, double-fronted shop, built only 4 years, leased to good tenant, showing ov...

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Happy Childhood.— —All-day Free, Kindergarten. "Three essentials of happy childhood—natural surroundings, happy atmosphere, and good care"—are provided by the day nurseries in Sydney, according to Lady Game, who paid this tribute to the Day Nursery Association at its annual meeting a few days ago. There are six of these day nurseries, accommodating more than 42,000 children, in Sydney. How many such institutions exist in Brisbane? [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Happy Childhood. -All-day Free, Kindergarten* "Three essentials of happy childhood - natural sur- roundings, happy atmosphere, and good care"-are pro- vided by the day nurseries in Sydney, according to Lady Game, who paid this tribute to the Day Nursery Associa-" tion at its annual meeting a few days ago. There are six of these day nurseries, accommodating more than 42,000 children, in Sydney. How many such institutions exist in Brisbane? To care for the little babies of work- i ing mothers there are the creches, under the control of the Creche and Kindergarten Association, but except in one district there is no provision for the all-day care of the toddler, who, as all mothers know, requires more care and watchfulness than the small baby who has not reached the mischievous stage. The one exception is the All-Day I "Look, Teacher!" Every child loves pictures, and they arc even more interesting when teacher explains them, as at the All-day Free Ktndgarten at Spring Hill. Free Kinderg...

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SERMONS FROM THE PULPITS OF BRISBANE. Reunion After Death? Preaching at St. John's Cathedral last night, Canon Oakeley said that unless there was some touch of reunion and recognition in the next life it would almost seem that God had organised into life an incurable sorrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SERMONS FROM THE PULPITS OF BRISBANE. Reunion After Death? Preaching: at St. John's Cathe- dral last night. Canon Oakeley said that unless there was some touch of reunion and recognition in the next life it would almost seem that God had organised Into life an incurable sorrow. Canon Oakeley took as his text: "For we that are in this tabernacle do groan, being burdened, not that   we would be un- clothed but clothed upon." A tent or tabernacle, he said, was a fre- quent image of human life in the Bible, and it was so in more ways than one. It might easily be taken down, and with life it was the same. The taking down of the tabernacle was an image of death. Secondly, St. Paul would have them believe that the soul with- out a body would not be complete in the next world any more than in this. This state would be called by Sir Oliver Lodge: "Some vehicle of manifesta- tion suited to a new environment." and it opened up the whole question   of the possibility o...

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SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SOUTHPORT. Sir Edward Macartney 1b spending a brief holiday at the Grand Hotel. Miss Margaret Lawrance, who Is visit- ing her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Lawrance, at the Southport School, will leave on Wednesday for Bris- bane, where sho will spend a few days before returning to Sydney. Miss Olga Maclean (Charleville) Is the guest of Mrs. W. H. Chandler and Misa D Reid at Durncss, Esplanade. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mackay (Melbourne) will arrive on Wednesdoy, and will occupy Huntingdon, Esplanade, for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Oowing and MibS L Oowing (Sydney) aro spending a holi- day at the Pacific Hotel. Mrs. A M'Tlernan will return to' Bris- bane to-day, after spending a fortnight with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. H. Watson, at the Grand Hotel. Mrs. P. J. Symes will arrive shortly, and will stay at Ruwala, Esplanade. The Rev. and Mrs. W. Stanley Bath ara the guests of the Rev. and Mrs. E. O. Hall at the parsonage, Scarborough Street. Mr. a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ELANDA House, cool, comfortable rooms, electric light, overlooking water, £2/10/ week. Prop., Mrs. R. W. Ferguson. 'Phone 21. MARTIN'S Hotel, facing water, cool bal. rooms, fish, poultry daily, earl morn., 11 o'clock, afternoon tea, e.l., septic, tennis, hot, cold baths, wireless. £2/17/6 week. Free bus surf. V. B. Cardel. prop. 'Phone 3. TOOWOOMBA. Inland Mountain Resort. "MARANOA," top Tollbar, radio, e. light, septic, tennis, hot baths, garage, bus ser- vice, own cows, poultry. 'Ph. 278. "MARTOCK," Ruthven St., opp. Convent,   large, airy rooms, excellent table, tennis, radio. 'Phone 190. Mrs. Tilbury. RUTLAND'S Guest House, Range side, bus passes door, all conveniences, hot,   cold water, inside sanitation, excellent cuisine, garages. Sabaria Thompson. 'Phone 916.   TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN. Fern Groves and Palm Jungle. BONA Vista Guest House, Eagle Heights, two best places to stay—Here and   Home. Abundance fruit, milk, cream, and p...

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MUSICAL MATINEE. To Aid Floral Festival. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

MUSICAL MATINEE. To Aid Floral Festival. Childish laughter resounded through the City Hall on Saturday afternoon, when, to aid the funds of the lavender stall at the coming floral festival for the Creche and Kindergarten, a musical matinee was organised by the convener, Mrs. Mervyn Bunting. A varied programme, which was evidently to the taste of the children who com-   posed the greater part of the audi-   ence, was presented by Misses Jean Trundle, Jean Rigby, Marjory Martin, and Mr. J. P. Wallis, pupils from the Thelma Bobertson-Brenda M'Cullough School of Dancing, and the Rahilly Brown entertainers, Mr. H. G-. V, Edmonds and a mouth organ band, Mr. Young and his orchestra, and several representatives of broadcasting sta- tions. Mesdames Bedford Elwell (chairwoman of the Creche and Kindergarten Association) and H. G. Peak (vice-preident) were the guests of the committee. The committee members who assist- ed Mrs. Bunting comprised Mesdames W. C. Poulsen (p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

RESORTS. Where to Spend Your Holidays. BEECHMONT. "BON Vue" Guest House, elec. light, ten- nis, billiards, riding, trips Natural Bridge, Springbrook, Mt. Hobwee, 4000ft. Coomera Gorge. 'Pho. 17. M. E. Garrett, prop, BRIBIE. SHIRLEY, comfortable Cottages, special reduced rentals, both beaches. Shirley, 'Phone 8 BURLEIGH HEADS. Scenic, Surf, Fishing Resort. HOTEL Burleigh, close surf, fishing, scenic views, hot, cold water, septic, tennis, e. light. Red bus meets trains, Southport, moderate tariff. L. Sheahan. 'Phone 3.   HOTEL Burleigh.—Glorious surf, ideal fishing, wondrous scenic views, Red bus meets all trains Southport. Tennis, free garages, modem conv., moderate tariff. 'Phone 3. L. Sheahan, prop. CARCAROODA.—Furnished flats, ac- commodate seven, every convenience, £2/2/; room 2 cars. Justin's. 'Phone 9. OCEAN Beach House, double-storied, spacious verandas, facing surf, gar- age, moderate tariff; electric light. Mrs.   Finnimore. 'Phone 8. TO let, furni...

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CHURCH FETES [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CHURCH FETES The attractive grounds surrounding Robeth, the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren, Victoria Avenue, Chelmer, formed the setting for a garden party arranged by the Graceville and Chelmer workers for the Sherwood Presbyterian Spring Fair to be held next month for the funds of the church. Mrs. J. S. Strachan (con- vener of the refreshment stall) assisted Mr. and Mrs. Warren in receiving the guests, and Mrs. J. Edgar Young also was associated with the two hostesses. Cables bearing gay flags were arranged across the lawns by Mr. J. A. Beal.   Croquet competitions were in charge of Mesdames A. Moodie, F. W. Craig, and W. Ewart, and were won by Miss Jones and Miss Dorothy Warren (gymkhana) and Mrs. J. B. Cramb (golf). A treasure hunt was won by Mrs. A. Mizen, Misses D. Allen, A. Wilson, and A. Gordon. The Rev. Brian Cavanough, who was accompanied by Mrs. Cavanough, expressed the thanks of the fete workers to Mr. and Mrs. War- ren for the use of their grounds. Stalls w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

PROPERTY EXCHANGE. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 yvords 1/ rjer insertion: each additional 6 yvords dd. Limit 108 yvords (l8 lines). A .-We have client with 192 ac. virgin ?". vine scrub, splendid deep chocolate soil, best banana, dairying, land procur- able, handy rall, lew miles Brisbane, value about £900; accept country hotel or solid city property or business same value, bal- ance arranged. Recommended, Greaves le M'Kee. Strand Bldgs. B4924._ A.-rechange or sell, lbU-acre dairy farm. North Coast, all Improved, ori- ginally vine scrub, subdivided 7 paddocks, 45 ac. cultivation, perm, water, new house, 6 rooms, all new outbuildings, 6 bails, cemented dalry, 30 milkers, grade Jersey, young stock, horses, implements, on main bitumen road, handy school, price £1500, dep. £600, or yvUl nccopt house, city, part payment, or rural land, Imp-oved or other- wise, handy city, wonderful opportunity. Greavs & McKee, Strand Bldgs. B4924. C.-Jixcnanges, some ona wants your property but li it'...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BRISBANE to SYDNEY By AIR MAIL 'PLANE IN 5 HOURS. A modern "Magic Carpet" for your convenience and pleasure. REDUCED RETURN FARES. BRISBANE to SYDNEY, single £7. BRISBANE to SYDNEY, return £13. LISMORE to SYDNEY, single £6. LISMORE to SYDNEY, return £11. BRISBANE to LISMORE, single £2. DAILY SERVICE Each way (Sundays excepted), TIME-TABLE: Leave BRISBANE (Archerfield) 8 a.m. Leave SYDNEY (Mascot) 8 a.m. Cars leave 140 Adelaide Street,   Brisbane, and Martin Place, opp. G.P.O., Sydney, at 7.30 a.m., for       the Aerodromes. GRAFTON.—As the Aerodrome at   GRAFTON is now licensed calls will be made there to pick up or set down passengers as required. Landings made at COFF'S HAR- BOUR and OLD BAR also (as re- quired). Descriptive time-table and Book- ings at NEW ENGLAND MOTOR CO., 140 ADELAIDE STREET, BRISBANE (Opp. Finney Isles ) 'Phone B1981. SYDNEY OFFICE: New England Airways, 14 Martin Place (Third Floor). 'Phone B377...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

PIANOS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.   Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d.   Limit 108 words (18 lines). A Sensational offer of superior Bell Piano, in new condition, for £58/10/, Easy terms, Whitehouses. A.—Three beautiful Beale Pianos, all   equal to new, £49, £54, and £56.   Easy terms. Whitehouses, Geo. St. A Magnificent Boudoir Model Broadwood Piano, hardly been played, £80. World's best make. Whitehouses. A Gloriously toned Endymion Piano, quite indistinguishable from new,   £58. A real snap. Whitehouses. AN up-to-date Ronisch Piano, £200 model, guaranteed like new, £95.   Whitehouses, opp. Treasury Bldgs., Geo. St. A.—Beale piano player, glorious tone, £5 deposit, 10/ per week, this is a real bargain, wonderful value, also Regina play- er, £3/10/ deposit, 9/ per week, splendid value and wonderful tone. The Globe, Stanley St., Newtown, South Brisbane. We allow on your ...

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NOT FOR SYDNEY FUTURE OF ABERDARE. "My boat is to remain in the fleet of the Brisbane 18-Footer Club, and will race in Brisbane this season with Mr. V. Vaughan as helmsman," said Mr. F. Hart, the owner of Aberdare. He was referring to an announcement in the Sydney Press that he contemplated racing with the Sydney Flying Squadron. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

NOT FOR SYDNEY FUTURE OP ABERDARE. "My boat Is to remain in the fleet of the Brisbane 18-Footcr Club, and will race in Brisbane this season with Mr. V. Vaughan as helmsman," said Mr. F. Hart, the owner of Aberdare. Ile was referring to an announcement in the Sydney Press that he contem- plated racing with the Sydney Flying Squadron. The Sydney rumour caused a stir In Biisbane sailing circles over the wcek Aberdarc. end. Aberdare is looked upon as a future national champion, for its suc- cess with Vic. Vaughan at the helm .was a feature of the Queensland sail ing season. After winning the State championship and the Brisbane club title the new craft was hailed as a distinct possibility in the Australian event, but sailing conditions-light weather-were adverse, and Aberdare gained only third place to the Sydney boats, Arrawatta and Australian, which finished in that order.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FLATS, ROOMS TO LET. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (18 lines). "AVALON," Brunswick St., N. Farm,     modn. brick flats, furn., elec. equip-   ped, hot water. B4607, or Public Curator. ATTRACTIVE, furnished front flat, op- posite Musgrave Park, suit married couple, 30/. "Moseley," 31 Edmonstone Street. South Brisbane. AVAILABLE, cosy s.c. furnished flat, everything provided, very reasonable. "Wilberforce," 442 St. Paul's Terrace, 3min, Valley. B7680. ASCOT, beautifully furnished, lounge, grand piano, bedrooms, dining, etc, moderate permanent. 159 Lancaster Road, inspection any time. AT New Farm, self-contained, unfur- nished flat, large lounge room, pap- ered walls, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, gas, elec- tric light, all latest finishings, bathroom, geyser, sleep-out verandah, garage. Mrs. A. McDermott, Moreton Street, New Farm. 'Phone B8754. A Furnished flat, new modern furniture, no childre...

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NO BULL TAX. DAIRYMEN DECIDE. NORTHERN PROTESTS. ATHERTON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

NO BULL TAX. DAIRYMEN DECIDE. NORTHERN PROTESTS. ATHERTON, August 27. A decision to pay no further bull tax was reached by Millaa Millaa dairymen at a large public meeting, which discussed the Dalry Cattle Im- provement B1U, as it related to the registration of bulls. The meeting resolved to protest against the interference of the Government with the fanners' liberty, and to point out that it was the duty of the Government to find markets for our already over-produced dairy products. The resolution added:-"Fur- ther, that we pay no further bull tax, seeing that the proposition was never brought up at the last election, and did not come from the farmers, who aTâ ?JonP in the best'position to Judge whether any measure would be bene- ficial or otherwise-to them." .

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Tor its delicate loveliness It was the society women of London, In search of the ideal face powder, who first chose Atkinson's No 24 " They found it 60 perfect-so smoothly dinging -the shades so warm and natural-that its fame soon spread, and * No 24" is now used by women of fine taste all over the world The perfect skin tones of * No 24 ' are Rachel, Rachel No 2 Rose, Natural Suntan, Ochre White Brunette The new large box, 1/6 at all chemists and stores Write for FREE SAMPLE of "No. 24" Face Powder to J. & E. ATKINSON (Australia) LTD., Box 1578V, BRISBANE Follow the Lead / of Ali Good Cooke SlMOaOM Flour, 9 RAISING Take the first step to better baking results - choose SIMPSON S Self Raising- FLOURI A/[ESSRS. LENNONS HOTEL has pleasure In announcing the open- ing of an UP-TO-DATE BEAUTY SALON, under the supervision of MADAM VERNAIS, of King Street. Sydney, specialising in latest Contin- ental method of permanent waving. Ladies, book your appointments now. f¿. A PROFESSION Ne...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

MACHINERY, METALS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d.   Limit 108 words (18 lines).   A Necessity on the farm, 24 to 32 volt   lighting plants, new, second-hand, to   drive off your existing engine, also direct coupled, including engine. We stock 32- volt motors and cheap lighting batteries. Norman Bell & Co., Ltd., Brisbane. ALTERNATING current motors, up to   100 h.p., for sale, cash, terms, also for   hire, free maintenance, equal new. Prices keen. Norman Bell & Co., Ltd., Brisbane. ABRAHAMS & Williams, late Australian Iron and Steel Building, Montague   Road, Sth. Brisbane, cash buyers and sellers all kinds of machinery, brass, copper, lead, and zinc, boilers, all engines, 'Phone J1541. ALTERNATING current motors, up to 10 h.p. for sale, cash or terms, also for hire, with free maintenance. All machines thoroughly reconditione...

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