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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE FIRE BRIGADES' DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE FIRE BRIGADES' DISPUTE. SIr,-As a subscriber to your paper I cannot but admit that I was very much surprised on reading your article of the 26th ult. upon the above subject, at the severe criticism upon Mr. Stein's conduct as a fireman, both before and since his arrival in Melbourne I have always given your paper the credit of being impartial in its criticism on any local mattero that seriously affected the district, without at the same time being neutral, but in the present instance youroremark are on the "straight antagonistic," anil therefore I ask you to kindly grant me theapportunity of endeavouring to explain away some of the wrong impressions you hold regarding Mr. Stein. Although you state he was a firoman in the London brigade from 1873 to 1888, hot one single word of stress is laid upon this experience, which in itself, if no other, is quite sufficient to justify any man8's ability to he consideredl a compotent fire. mno, amd it certainly. speaks...

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THE PULPIT. CHRIST CHURCH, ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

THE PULPIT. CIRIST CHURCHII, ST. KILDA. The annual parochial meeting of the above church was held on Tuesday evening, 29th ult., the vicar (the liev. J. Stanley Low) being in the chair. The following gentlemen were elected churchwardens, viz., Mr. F. Grey Smith and Mr. Jolhn Wilks, vestrymen, Messrs. S. J. Payne, J. J. Kelly, Dr. Iredell, IR Molesworth, J. W. Colville, and Captain J. Stanley, G.A. The vicar nominated as his representatives, as warden, Mr. D. Moore, and as vestrymen, Sir Arthur Nicolsol adl Mr. It. S. Bradley. Mileer. F. IHolt andl I. l'achkenham Deospard were re-ulected by the electing S honorary auditors. The chairman then gave a brief statement of the progress of the churchll during the year, from which it appeared that there had been an increased attend ance of the congregation, and that the number of the commnicantts had been augmented and accessions made to thestaff of both district visitors aad Sunday-echool teachers, and that much good had accrued from the pa...

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ANOTHER INJUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

ANOTHIER INJUSTIOE. 8?11,-Are our worthy councillors alive to the fact that a number of the shop. keepuer il Chalueltstreet, South Yarra,have bcc: the victims of a Iost dieglsting and damaging nuisance 1 I allude to the miser blIle pace which the coltract for the woul paving, &c., in Chapel-street is belug ccrried out. For fully two months blfore aln since Clhrtman (the busiest time in the year) we were and are still caged in like animals, and the offensolvo mell arising from thle gultter(which is torl up) is enough to bring typloldl to any human Iin ug; and, judging by npperounces, 'twill Ie another month before our portilon alone is filished. I have been calcalting the length of time-it will take, at the present rtIe of progress, to finish the whole of Chapel-stret-- should relly think about three yearn. Is it fair we should be treated in this manrcer? Hloping this will have the desired effect of altLring existlgarracngemenuts, and trusting yon will inoert tith ii your val...

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THE PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

TILE PILESENTATION. A very pleasing ceremony was performed at St. Matthew's Church last Friday night. when the rev. gentlemnl was melc the recipient of a well-lille:l purse of sovereigns by his many admirers, on the occasion of hris leaving St. Mattlhew's to take p the work of a new parishll at Eat Kew. Hie was enticed to the preentation by an invite to attend a service of song entitled " The Ruler's Daughter," the read ing of which he was asked to conduct, and then, during an interval, the advantage vwas taken posicesion of by Canon Langley to make a, presentation of a purse of sovereigns, which hIe did in a few remarks, in which Ie referred to .Mr. Mercer's usefulne?s whlile in this parish for thelaet 18 months, during which ltime Mr. Mercer had been connected wilh all the various works of the church, adll ecded by tvithinglhimt increased usefulness in the new sphere of labour to which lie was re moving. Mi. Mercer, who was completely taken aback by the presentation, replied in i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

ýbuse-furnishers, etc. THE EVENT of the OENTENNIAL YEAR II --WW. J. GREEN, St, remorod into hI NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, At the Corne of EAPEL AND EARL STREETS, WINDSOR. W sooho I. Oelong ond Immenos and Wollosortd Stock t GI EAT?l EIIDUCEI) PRIICES. SGREAT BARGAINS re being Offored, tho like of which ar not 'CU ENTENNIAL YAhu r s Tbup bliooooAdsmdta TAiE THE FLOOD AT ITS TIDE. SW. J. GREEN, FURNISHING WAREOIIUSE, Comeoo of CHAPEL AND EARL STREETS, WINDSOR. 2? ? c ?,nt. Tullo h & Co., EU cnAE 16 anE 20 Cs aEsTsErsT, 25 pr cent. . ,S p , sOUTH YARRA, educotiou Fire doors from mtcn.road. CARPETS, 2per cnt. BEDSTEADS, CARPETS, Reduction BHEDDING, &c. BEDSTEADS, 5 pr cent, Stock mUStbeReduced to mako Reduction room for arershipmnt ofI BEDDING, ENGLISH au4 AMERICAN 25 per cet. FURNITUE., N Io lauiding x " sRydnhnere,' Rduction -i 'nfredl ' Scottish Locbs." WARDROBES, ' .25 per cent. Those about to Marry do not mis thisopplortumity. Reduction o o ' - PAIUS, Berent, C*ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

" "Banking Institutions; I'110 NATIONAL DNK 0 S Coilol S.. ,,.,,.IbI OF AA S. 1 CO.I Sl-,,l,. £1,0£1,200,60 1o'n..S-F., d1,011,0000 ll.;nlrvc Funds, .'L~ia,000. Ilas£150 LI .13110 of Slsllrrl,.iolk,, £,I A00,(00 PR A SlA N 11 hA '1 II OTFrREDSr AJI:,OWED ON D00£OS1' IS I)ndtlx i.-d onu Englolill, Ireland, S i .1, '. 1.lll ,Ill.Ralk's Bl£ncL,5 wlAn g c i. ths,,. h ,~l tho World. tl - R. H. EN. LAND1 2d16051.'. T10I, NATIONALiANKi F FAISTIALASIA. I'nid-a. £1,000000. ' llcservn tinuls, £6;i0.000. llaEIF I.Inldlity f ShNl0holders, 0"L1,500,000. rT. NI1.DA IBIANCII. 0, ,..'r 0.8651.'-strecet anld \l'sIlit l 'you-stmt.t CuIrrenOI g.s,,r IS-lt alIow.. u N, Olroy Drnlls Issltv1 o,. I1Iglnnd, Irelanld. 8:6£166,1, ilml the UBxuks Inrlll·h1' awl 11 rggnsif!a'thllmllbhloll l:O . ION 11. AREdn. 11nlho.Wrlr. Pj1OAE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS. I TIlALASIA, Caopitol Ily 1 SI J, l. -20,000.0 Ilccclrnn l Fondlll £0.70,0'0.r Reterrm Lfnlllity of Sllarclulden, £1,]500,£001 DALACLAVA BRlANCH, Clilo Street. IN...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. Tifs Jounvd is published oit 'Wed. day and S'tunlrl mornings, and may be obtained from all news vo "hors. 'he subscription is one penny per copy--seven shillings per mmum-nine shilngs posted. To isnslre their insertion, and to admit of proper cLlrsiflotion, advertisement shouldreach this o111ce by sit o'clock p.m. on Mondays and Tl"ludnyn. Special advertisements recaiov1 up to flre p.m. on Tuesdays ani Fridays. Subscribers who may receive the raper latce or irrcmglarly, are requested to notify sam aý this .ina in order that the inconvenince maybe t meditd. Advertisers are reminded that all instruc. tious rcferring to tho withdrawal of advertise recrs, etc., must be in writing, as verbal notices -nnot be attended to. Letters and other communaictions intended for insertion in the news columns should be addressed to The Editor. No notice ar be taken ofanonymnous com mumications. Every letter ntost be nrcomlpmie by the name sad address of the writer, not ne...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

Births. ALEXANDERGI.--O:, the filth alt., at Bans louct, Vortll-atreot, Prahmnn the wife of A. Alexander of a dnghter. W1LL3101t5.--On thle 42ad ut., at Dunlop vtlla, Tivoli road. S.,uth Th., the wife of hairy Will'..". of u sea Deaths. SAYLEY.--0, :!,'I Fie.ba,. ,sePorcyo.,.,t. 1',,i,,, Ma.rtia, Si,,, on, y d.trly beloved ddaaghtor of Willnlam and 3nrtlma nnyuy, aged g1 year.. safe inl the .Rlla of Jeans. RAVEN.-0.n t5, iind February,, .hdnly,. at Ros.hy, Ks,,ml1.sol. Caul el, Jane. ..sp to. Rvron, widowr of tlw lat. C. 11. Pnreca, aiud daughter of the Into Mrs. Powell, of South T.m.

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A POPULAR PARSON. THE REV. HARRY STANLEY MERCER, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

A POPULAR PARSON. -4-- THE REV. IIARRtY STANLEY AMERCER, M1.A. TuiE REV. HAlBY STANLEY MoEICERI, M.A., the subject of the accompanying photograph, was born in the historic city oi Coventry on the 5th April, 1856, and vas reared amidst the historic associations of that city of Lady Godivn celebrity, and •acth places an Warwick, Kenilworth, eond the birthplace of the immortal William, Stratford.on-Avon. He received his pre paratory education at the Coventry Goan nar School, where hcsueceeded in carrying off a valuable exhibition, upon which he proceedCsl to the Cacmbridge University in October, 1875, and became a resident at 'embroke College, where lie obtained a nathematical scholarship, and where dur ing the usual three years' cornie he made a special study of mathematica,ýtheology, nnd mnental science. He obtained the degeeof Bachelor of Arts in January, 1879, and hat of Master of Arts three years nlater. )uring thie winter of 1879, Mr. Mfercer ravelled inl Egypt and Palestine, whe...

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ST. KILDA TRADESMEN'S CLUB. FIFTH ANNUAL MARINE EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

ST. KILDA TRADESMEN'S CLUB. FIFTH ANNUAL MARINE EXCURI SION. The above marine trilp, under the patro. oge of the mayor and councillor of tile borough of St. Kihlo, tbake place to-mor row, which has bien gazettc ail bank TIloli day for St. Kilda ialld lulaelava. The superb new steamer " Coogee" starts from the Saudridge pier at 1.30 a.m., when Mr. Pre.sident Jeans, Mr. Secretary tPunshon atild the active executive will, we are cer tain, witnless the con,ummatiuon of their most devout wishe--nnmely,a large, repre sentative, and brilliant gathering. After the gay aLn festive assemblage leave tile piIr and are fairly atloat on tile smooth, shimmering bosom of thie by, tile lirt class hbad which accompnllies tile teamer will issuc forth inviting strains as inducive to the votarita of Terpsichore to commence opcrtioni. Others not given to the mazy eolutions will spend tile time in variou, pleasant ways, clattlaf, smoking, quoit. ilauying, reclining on tile taufruil and in alliig flte reno...

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. KILDA BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, 4th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS.. ST. KILDA BOROUGH COUNCIL. •MONDAY, 4th FenRUARY. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Jeans), Crs. Comlihbere, Sundercombe, O'Donnell, Jen. nings, Pilley, Richardson, and Turner. HEALTHt OFFICER'oS REPORT.-ThC re. port of Dr.. A'Beckeott was received, com. menting on the sanitary state of the borough, which he considered satisfactory. Typhoid had again been prevalent, but up to the present only one death from it had resulted in the borough. The mortality had been higher during the last three months than for a previous period of fifteen years. He considered thatthe main cause of the high death rate was the result of excessive heat, which has a depressing effect on young and old. He approved of the intention to erect fever camps in con nection with the hospitals, and considered them the best means of combatting typhoid.' He also reported that sinee the removal of the abattoirs the sea breeze was allowed to reach St. Kikla without infection. The work in connection with thetreclamat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

Wily a0 FUIITII{ILnr CantnnTea Com mny 110A, Ch~nllol~litnvet. TI brne, "CIt tilok t Now. 8wl oi'o 10Lt s.I"Nt~l. ad., Is. 0d. mod 2s. eII doe, s .hsat sgrqtly reducdl " KEATIttO's POWDEnR" deltroys Bugs, IFlea, .?oths, lleetles, and all other insects, owhilnt quite harmless to doumcstie animals. Il exterminating tecctles the success of this powder is extraonrinary. It is rr fectly cleatInin ptpllication. See thOeoti0lea you purchase is I.lEATIoNG'," as ioitationu are noxious and ineffectual. Sold in Tius --.id., In., ndl 28. idl. each, by all chemists. JIollou?ny's Pills.- Nervolnsness and want of energy.-When t iort the lcrves feel uostrung, alnd listlet-.ej hupplant Icr'gy, it is the right tiooe to take soime ltentotiva o Ilotwtoay'o PIlls to prevent disorder rumning into tdiease. These excel lent Pills correct all Irrenlarities and wenknoesse. iy le t nsto kitlly, yet oo eoergetitally on the flunctolltn of di?g?tioll sato assimilation that the whole oIxly is revived, the blolod ...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

AS WE .GO TO PRESS. Owing to the steadily increasing demand upon our advertising space, we have to an nounce that on anudafter Saturday next, the Saturday's issue of this journal will consiset of six pages, of lifty-four columns, The Wednesday's issue will likewise consist of six pages, according to the exigencies of the case. This will enable us to give a larger amount of reading matter, and afford yet another example of our progression. A general meeting of the 'rahnan Tnades men'c Club will be lehi to-night at Jack. son's Hotel to arrange matter in connec tion with the annual picile. It has been decided to celebrate the event t aBeacons field-au, idea that does ionu give general satisfaction. However, it is prutlena to reverie the decision arrived at at last meet ing, the majority being in favour of the iay excursion. " W. Gowliug's" and "' Presto's" letters, together with a quantity of other matter, are unavoidably held over. The mistake made by the National Aeno ciation oni Mon...

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SOCIETY MEETINGS. THIS column is placed at the disposal of secretaries of local societies, etc., from whom PITHY reports will be gladly accepted. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

SOCIETY MEETINGS. TutS mieon is pltoecl t the tispoml of socre tarea or loeal societies, etc., from whom PITmY eports will be gloilly cepttl. MUTUAL IMPIIOVEMENT SOCIETY. The usual weekly meeting of the Mount Erien Wecloyan Mutual Improvement So ciety was held in the school-room last Thulenty night. Mr. Abraham (vice-presl d;ent) occupied the chair. Mr. A. E. Carey gave the " Muster Roll," pathetically des. criptive of a battlefield scene that occurred during the American civil war. Ir. iGeorge gave, with good effect, it poem of Tom Ilood's, entitled "The Bridge of Sighs." The meeting to-morrow night l?ingdcevoted to esays, it wasn decided to call for a few short contributions on anly subject, for which four membcrs gave inl their nlamles as willing to contribute. All interested are corlially invited to be present at a8 p.m. I?n the cbhool-moom, where they may be sure of t welcome.

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. MR. R. MURRAY SMITH A PROBABLE CANDIDATE FOR SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

THE PARLIAM?NTARY' ELECTIONS. THE LATEST PARTICULARS. -4--- M. I. MURRAY SMITH A PROBABLE CANDIDATE FOIL SOUTH YARRA. In cti t of the cletoumte quaietne-ss reigns supremer The interest now ccotres in rs n ail South Yrra, anod there rena to be a likelihood of an exciting con. ¢:t in etch of tlhes electorates. Mr. 8. Chapman sternly coafronts Mr. Harris a the latter electoratc, whilst Mr. Robert array Smith is also spokent of as a robable cumdidate. We are in a position to state that that gentleman is, however, undecided in regard to the matter. Ile is willing to offer himself for a city or suburb.n electorate, but .from personal considenttion towants candidlates already announced, he filnds the grolnlds occupied, and he hise some dilticulty in deciding. In the event of Mr. Harris declining to. contest South Yarm, it is almost certain that hr.Murray Smith will enter thle field.: As we said last week, the glllle oatinue to be mcrely one of " I py l." However, a it is time now the minds...

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AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mears. Iooker ntld Son announce to mnorrow, at a p.m., n 0 ymean' la?m of :alualho oitjlding shR at Hmot M hlboorne. This ile ottoro rareI tucluentltUl to in te toto. Mr. H. Rofe will sell on Saturday next,at 9 p.m., a W.I. cottage and land 37 x 147, In t)ougls-street, SMouth Yorm.. This pot ierty Is wcll titoatcd and forms a desirable Mr. G. Vale . Tnton will roll this nay at 4 o'rhuk p.m., on tho Ipremics ttrtttnlng-ttrcer, St. IKilMl, clhto to tram terminlut, three now W.IIt. villas, ertch con t?nr flee itomlls, nati fonning most le?slmble invomttnoclli. Meerr. Stittt t and Williams will oell to. morrow, at l n.tm. ot the gminitnl, Union otroct, ?tYlmsor, n choice building sitt, U1P*. a MOft.

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. By O. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

SPORTS COLUMN. Iyv O. ,. T'ice StXiihi I t .le Ia t hly. | ngniiolt l o apital niat of the M.C.C'. nl tllu former hlae ninde i oal ihow, thanks to P. G. .3lcSlhmece,Wnlic, .UurtIon, WilNI, In'I Olnonlsuoo, who credc .'i, 22 inot out, Il, ITnldoo 14 n-pcctivcly. T'li: ?I..UC. litve loet e foru (, McInh:le lroS I.. Khoeoh L't till ol c w oikct Elall. The 11.C.. Iclon ve lllnc of. eeiue to dloy. The gnee will be 'c intere?tig one fcnllio h?e?ilploict '1, ,i. lli ceH go.1 cie i0o 'ricket iLy afl" be nticip:ted. lThe Irilll:i l|?tll n ,och i:le i ?it IauIi oy ?ww tllat bt?lee?l thle eIivk-blcllcl In Wlll trllt cn? ,rickct Lhlull, fi.r tlicei pcrlT li)el' t mio ticc trophi' . i i . Iccc ,h wi, ,c the toc.,. fmm Wl l J{.],.ohnllml andU eloeted t4o |it, [?. Iltl-h Iatd reemntl. as' u.ual. pe)llg. tuot Huah only -e wed :I when h e wa's l?ad ill the slips. 1-3--7. W. Iltilje o et e next. and the scorle \tt added to slowly, nltil IRohert' 'bot ooe p:tt Freeman. - 1. Campenll ttook up the rtlui...

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 4th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

POLICE NEWS. 1'RAHRAN COURT. -4----· MONDAY, 4th FFnRUAnr. Before Dr. Fetherston (chairman), IMesrs. Sykes, Hornblower, Michell and Dixon, J.'sP. LAOCENY OF A TRAVELITN. STOCK I.TRAuE.-R-obert Shaw, on remand, was charged with steraling a horse and cart, harrne and stock, valued at £700, the pro perty of Samouel Stanlcy, of Caulfield, on the 20th ulnit. Stanley, who is a hawker, del~ol that hle greed to employ prisoner to all pictures, hut had to turn him out Ind subsequeutly horsewhip him for itsult ilg a cutomer. Prisomer followed, and owhile Stanley was out of the cart for a few •mintorjumpcd in atd drove off. Stanley tprsuul, but could not catch him, but he pmCreeded to his house in tlendigo-street, Irahran, the day following omnl recoereovered some of his property, which had all been rcturned with the exception of a silver watch alu pair of ivory-handled carvers. Constable Kiouehurg deposed to having arrtedt primmer on r25th alt., and searched thchouse, wheno Ie found the jewel...

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[MR. CHAPMAN'S REPLY.] Her Majesty's Hotel, South Yarra, 4th February, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

[a.?.'t ttA.leS'r Rrte,c.] Her Majsty' Hotel, South Yurm. 4th February, 188ttt. To the Gentlemen t lcquisitionet ists. (icltlectte,- . In reply to your kind requisition of to-da, 1 otllotlbemoth:ppy to repne.nt yoo not the othor electors of the South arm Eectoom at the coontio I'nrliamocn. tary R ctirtht, oato int thtnktigi 'you fo? your lqllgot, hog to 'tato that, should you do me the honuur of roturoiug Ioe 3u0r, morltber ti (tho toiu. of A?.inuboh, I ohill to y utot to rerro your ntr ttsandto od thoso of the count'y at lorge... , i .I rnSpain, Gaectlemcn .1 "to?tr;t n"t onllloutly, S S. L. LOCRa MAPN.

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OUR TELLYFONE (WITH APOLOGIES TO MR. WINTER). [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889

OUR TELLYFONE (WITI APOLOGIE. TO MR. WINTERt). -4 Aye, is JIr. Sam Willis there! Yes you bet. Well, MIr. Willis, whatt do you think of the PIehral electorate now ?--Think, why look-n-here, I'm as safe as eggs. Dou't you think you ought To bin earlier in giving your views i-Now, look-a-here Mr. I'ralratn l'Telgraphp, if you think I'm going to trot out tro months before polling-day, 1d pump moyself out, you'reo mistaken. A eekur light will pull me through. lint. )Ir. Willis, surely you lave some cieos to--[nul here we have to regret ae fortunate smash with thile machine ID.]

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