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REPORT OF HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

TCEPOliT' 'OP 'lIEALTlI OFFICER. The following is the report made by Dr. llaig for tlio year 1868, liiuV wliich was read ill; the .meoting of- tlio. Council on Monday?:- v... . < I liavo tho honor to submit tlic following ;ro port, for the past; year. ???,.' , ... .», ? s 5: Tlio number of buildings in the district is as "followsT-AVo'od; "10Gl "briek7"G84. ;' iron; 91 ; stone, 20 ; Total 2750;-'"Buildings in courso of orection, _ aro^ not included in the abovo state nieiitl^.SE * IR .. ® '4ft : : The niftin'-'drainnge1 of tlio' town-Ms into the swamps; but a large quantity is absorbed by tlio surrounding low-lying lands. The. eastern drum, though recommended by the Government some two;years since, is not, .1 regret to say,.yet com pleted to the Yurra;. and its noncompletion has caused much disappointment, to the inhabitants of this district. At 'that part of the drain, (near the Sanclrid^eS rail way,) xwliei'O tlio stone chan nelling terminates, the, stagnant water, ;and...

Publication Title: Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND AND ABOUT THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

ROUND AND ABOTJT THE"IIILL. SiZtilHTi .. i. . - 9&T THE somewhat lamentable > truiBm as to " Boys being Boys" is brought unpleasantly home to ub ..ontjhe Hill by the.destructive character of these youths." Empty houses seem more especially the objeets.'.of;th.-ir. attentions, and hardly can the furniture van-get,away with the household stuff of a tenant than they commence their work of destruction-j^and, unless the next occupant is smart in« getting in, the entiro premises will require re glazing. I have heard that, the' polico object to this practice, more especially about the. Station, .and have made some mild attempts to put a stop Jo.it, but the '' boy will be.boy" theory, comes, in .the'way of anything of an active character, and so the glazier has the best of it; a smart fine for this kind of. wanton. damage mighl,,Sinot atop it, "ihitigat'e its'severity. ' 1 " ' - Going from empty houses to full ones, I desire to make honorable mention of the architectural ?improve...

Publication Title: Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. DEATHS.   COOKSOX.-On the 21st ult., at Ferrers-street, Emerald Hill, the infant son of John and Annie Cookson, aged five months, VOSS.-On the 27th ult., at his residence, Moray-street, Emerald Hill, of epilepsy, Mr. T. Voss, furrier, aged forty-five.   BORTHWICK.-On the 2nd inst, John William, son of Mr. Alexander Borthwick, of Emerald Hill, aged nine years and three months.   RAINE.-On the 2nd inst., at 36 Park-street, Emerald Hill, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of John M. Raine, after a long illness borne with   Christian resignation, in the forty-eighth year of her age.    

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The Record. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1869. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 4 February 1869

THUJiSDAY, FJimiUAlir m, 1869. I® 'is a very generally accepted' theory that the condition of the colony ciui only be improved by the importation of' more population ; there can bo no doubt that this view is right in the main, and that a constant; stream - of; .immigration oi' the right description is one of the elements of progression for this colony, and as such, our Government should allow no un necessary, delay to occur in establishing a system by which the land may bo peo pled and settled upon1-and .with our pre sent liberal, and proposed' to bo still further liberalised Land laws, each may soon literally sit imder his own vine if lie possesses common energy, industry and frugality. Tho only fear ? thai; wc have, is?; .tliafc in seeking i;o carry out the extension, of co lonization, we may fall into another ex treme in neglecting due precaution, in selecting our future colonists, and, as was too much the ease m the early days of immigration, bo fobbed -oft',with die pauper surp...

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Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway. TIME TABLE. ST. KILDA FOR MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Molisoumb aad R HOIJSOII'S Say Railw. TABLE. ' ST. KIL3>X~:F0Ii StELBOXJKKE. ;7.'1-0, .8.0*, 8.20*, 8.40*, 9.0*,. 0.20*, 0.40*. 10.0' '10.15,10.45,(11.15*} 11.45. ii.m. .12.15*. li« I.15, i;45* 2.15*,'2.45;'3.15* 3.45, '1.0, IS 4.40, 5.0*; 6.20, 5.40, 0.0,'G.ly, 0.45, 7.15*, t£ 8.15,' 8.'45, 0.45, ;lp.4G*!i),in.' 1 ' ' iiMEiiAiD nn.L<;i?bit ? iiELDoraxr. 7.45, 8.5, 8.25,8:45; 0.5, 0.20,: 9&5, 10.5, lftS 10.50; 11.20, 11.50 u.111. ,12.20, 12.50, 1.20,1.5: 2.20,'.2.50,.3:20, 3.50, .4,5, .4,25, 4,45, 5.5, &S 6 20, 5 50, 7.20,7.50, 8.20, 8.50, 9.3i , ' ItEXiBOUEKE VOn EJlEItALD DIM. 8.0», 8.20, 8.40, 9:0. 9.20,-9.40*,' 10.0,10.30,1IA II.30,'12 0 11111 1.J 30,11.0*,; 1.30, 2.0", 2.30.3.'-1 3.30, ,4.0*, 4 20S 4 10* 5.0*;. 5.20*, 5.'#, 6 6.15*, 0.30, 7.0, 7.30*, 8.0, 8.30, 9.31s, 10.34' 11.44* j> in . , EMEBALD HILL FOB ST. KltlH. 8.4, 8.24, 8.44,'9.4,'9.2i;r9;44, 10.4, 10.31, 1U 11.34 a.m. ' 12.4,12.3.1.; 1.4,1.34, 2.1, 2.94, 3 3.34,4.4, 4,24,: 4,44, 5.4, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Bank Notices. The 'National Bank of Australasia. /"'. ; -1""' CAPITAL-£1,000,000. ' THE EMERALD HILL: BRANCH Has been REMOVED to the Kew Premises, " . ' ' COVENTRY STREET]' < . J". M.'CAMPBELL; ' , . . ... . : '' Manager.' " Bmernld H£U; ?rfl -..... Slat'1868.. The Land Mortgage Bank of Victoria, [LIMITED] ' For Deposits and Lows - on Freeholds. Incorporated under "The Companies Statute, ]SfM." AUTHORISED CAPITA Ii, £500,000.3 OrPICES: .. ,18. .Coliiks STEEET EAST, MEiBOPBJfr. '' ' ? Directors Hon. C. J. Jbk.veb, M.L.C., Chairman. HOK. JOHN M'CKAE, M.L.C., Vice-Chairman. Bobset Byeke, Esq., J.P., M.L.A. WiiMAit Dethold, Esq., Collins-street East. JoHlr Spekcb OGILVX, Esq., Queen Street. GEO. Whamos, Esq., J.P., 24 Collins-st. West. - Accountant WaiilAM SlNCOCK, Esq. Manager WlLLLA.il PATEBSON Mujb, Esq. Deposit Receipts are issued, and Interest is allowed at the following rates: - On Deposits for 18 months (fixed) 6 per cent, per annum. .. . ..'.Do... Cmonths 5 do. . do. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Miscellaneous. , C. SHU1TLE. L -HOTEL J;J ; VINE & SPIRIT STORE, . CoKJfUIl 01? CliAKESDOK & COVENTRY STREETS, EUERAtt)' Hlli, .. AY lulu .respectfully thanking his numerous friends and the public generally for the liberal shave'of patvouago winch has been extended to him, has 'tlio'hbnor to anhounco that ho has commcnced business at the above Hotel, and takes.this oppor ? fcunity of calling their attention tolris well selected s'sfookot Wines, Spirits,-Ales; Porfor.'&o/"-1 '?> -All goods guaranteed as imported.'' - C\ S. dcsmis to submit tlio following list of .prices - ' Hennessy's Brandy, No: 1 ... per bottle 4 6 , No. 2 ' ;> " 3 9 Old 'ioni. " ... ... " 3 6 . Geneia, J.D.K.Z:, lnrgeijottles 1 .1 C ., " .small sizo ... " 3 6 r :Yellow.seal ~ .o'",?At 6 Bnmilia's AYhiskey 1 ... ' ...' " " "' 3 ' 0 Kirkliston and Stoivnrt's do., genuino3.0. KVNV.P.iHuin (this is. really, line), . . . 3 Champagne-MoselloiNo. 2,<quarts ?> i, ? ,7 6 " . ... ...

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CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

r-rrr. iPITLBILLI. {. . » ' ;JU I NIL JFJ {«* } 7 CHAPTER 1. St. Radigimd's^Vbbey,) situated in (lie eastern ...part. .of.. Ivent, -..a, fin c... old remnant of. the monastic age had, long prior to tlic-.dat$. of. our ,talq-r-thanks to ihc ruthlessly destroying hand ol the bluff King , liarry/ been despoiled; and degenerated into ;"<T" substantial and capacious family residence, with but little of ats * pristmeMeature save the name; and;somc7remnants.qf~quamt -old architecture in 'buttress^vdoor-way-/ lan cet-headed windows* or " corbells earyed grotesque and grim,v'viiet,quite obliterated by the innovations of mo dern alteration to render it suitable for the more domiciliary;purposes to which it had1 beeivfor - years' appli6d-; the grounds were spacious and well laid out; ? the iglebe .flandsv belonging, to the institution had been formed into a little farm, which was, known, as 3New ., l?iu chase j<.> within r: half-a-dozen >,,miles -jof 'Dover, Saiidwi...

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PRINCE ALFRED'S VISIT. "Extract from the Cruise of H.M.S. "Galatea." [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

' J ? 1 PRINCE ALFRED'S VISIT. "Extract from the Cruise of IT.Af.S. " Galatea." Ar Sandridge Pier . on.,landing the ^Go\ cnior and General Clmtc, Coni jn mder-in-Chief of the Forces sta tioned in Australia^ met tlic''Prince, land the Mayor of Sandridge presented iddress, * The three miles between ^Ssmdridgc and Melboiirnc,. form. one. Continuous succession of hoiises and J'-hops, with the exception of'a'small « pice near the Bridge across the Yarra; lira. The procession now started, -nlit Municipal authorities of iSandridge i; prucding, the Duke's'suite, the' exe-, cutivc, and Members of the Reception Committee following the' : Duke's15 car nage, -which contained the Governor J ind General Chute. The escort, con i Msted of Volunteer Cavalry and J mounted police, and all along the road, I volunteers on foot kept the line. Too | much praise cannot be''given for the admirable manner'in 'which all these bodies did their duty -under the tre mendous excitement and pressure on the occasion...

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Home at Last; A TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES. INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

TALE OF BOTH HEMISPHERES'.' BT " KELP INTRODUCTION. .do not know thafcithere^is/Tnuich/tin F'anamc," as.applied to a tale, and, as I general rule' !n'amcsc:tbr ^this-purpose teem. tO'ibc .^sclectccl Jioni a Uncus (Anon Uuccndo i principle^- b.ecause. thc;ruamc has no possible context with the tale, iind'' though'' tliis" may 'applyko ' soiiie Extent in this instance) yet it 'is suffici ently' .comprehensive:,to tco,ver all.*.y, tj ? jr I The : sceflc 'of' -tHe<l story-'1 is v 1 aid " in England, the Coloii^s| aiid ;oii'th'e :sea', and is generallyirfounded yupoii.ifact. the tale will be continued in each-issue "of tHc''RKc6B^Ain^litS'-jco^leti6ii./^.

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Garden Operations for the Month. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Garden Operations for the Month, FEBRUARY. . This is always regarded as the dryest month in | tlio year. But little rcliaucc can bo placcd upon ! I crops from seed sown during this mouth.. Water- J ing will bo required, and this should bo applied not at the necks of the plants merely but beyond the extremities of the roots. A cool moist posi tion of the roots is just the life of them, nnd ought to bo particularly attended to at this season. Amateurs often wonder how it is that many plants which are lively enough in »pring die away at this season, the reason is obvious, through the above directions not being attended to. FLOWER GARDEN.-Any vacancies left in the borders or beds may be filled up with plants. Continue thinning, tying up the plants, clearing away dead, stems and saving seeds. Fuchsias gone to rest may liaTe branches pruned and thin ned to any choice form. When liquid manure is plentiful apply a little occasionally to the roses, j or where tin's is not convenient, mulch t...

Publication Title: Record
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REPORT OF HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

BEPOllT OF HEALTH OFFICER. "vri)ho'following is the report mado by Dr. Haig for-' the year 1868, - and which was rend at tho mcetingof tho Council on Monday ' i have the honor to submitj thejfollowing rc port, for the past, year. ' jM'ho number of buildings m the district is as follows:-Wood, 19fil;; brick,' 684; iron, 91; stone, 20; Total 275(i. Jhuldings in course of oreetion, aro Juot included m the . above state lnenti' >v. .' The'uittin* driunftgo of tlio , town is into the swamps; but a largo quantity is absorbed by. the surrounding low-lying lands. The eastern drain, though recommended by tho Government some two years since, is not, I regret to say, yet com pleted to the Yurra; and its noncoinjilction has caused much disappointment to tho inhabitants of, this district. At that part of the drain, (near tho Sntulridgo railway,) where the stone chan nelling terminates, tho stagnant water, and the debris from tho upper portion of the drain, hav ing no outlet to the Yarra, have...

Publication Title: Record
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A MONSTER NUGGET. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

A MONSTEll NUGGET.' A .wisJicoMK Mi-anger in the shape of' a' SlOlbs:, nugget . -.was unearthed . on Tuesday near Dunolly, and singularly enough only some few inches under the surface. 'The specimen, for it ap pears that ibhad:some little quartz in tegrated .witli.. it yielded hut: a very small -percentage of dross on smelting or breaking up, and allowing it* to be only 2500 ounces 'of gold, is worth to the; fortunate: finders something like. £9,700. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

ENLARGEMENT OP Ctlf jjtarft. The proprietor of the Record having made the neccssary mechauical arrange ments lias determined upon permanently enlarging the EECOBD to doublo its pre vious size, on and after this date. It is to be hoped that the patronage of those communities in whose interest the HE COED appears, will increase in a corres ponding ratio. The proprietor of the RECOHD at the conclusion of the first half-year of its existence tendors his thanks for the support accorded to the paper, promises an unabated vigilance to the interests of the Borough, and begs to inform them that lie has made ar rangements with one of the most popular Colonial authors to write an original novel, which will be continued each week. He, therefore, hopes for a continuance, and even an increase of countenance and confidence. FjUiDKRIC SciIAJfEJ!j the AVC'll-knOWIl | German traveller, attempted to commit i suicide this morning, at the Argus I hotel,.. Collins-street, where he was I living at the',ex...

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DOWN BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

DO WN B Y THE SB A. '? "\VjtEXK*j?R.. 1. take my walks abroad .1 generally see some improvements -the Railway Stations-that is, the refreshment-. .: department, are : being much-improved-;; in the Town Station there are-some acresof plate glass put up, so that passengers may not only indulge1 their" bibulous ?'??'propensities; 1 but > may. rectify. the; ;disordemicnt of-1 traycl'.by the-aid of one of the- largest i glasses in Melbourne or probably in the' Southern hemisphere. At - the Sandridge terminus great increased accommodation is;being,provided, and persons having to wait for their friends' arrival, or seeing 'them oft', will have ' seme shelter and abiding place from the heat or weather. - I am glad to'scc that the: spirited proprietor of the rooms-is a coon (Golui! this is a goak, Mr ."Editor) who has " «o«A'/'and sees :thiit, in consulting, the ^convenience, of the public, he is studying his, own interest. . I liave hopes; of-a day's boat-racing * a t"' Sandridge yet,: a...

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Wednesday, February 10, 1869. (Before Messrs. Finalay and Nimmo.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Wednesday, .February, 10, 1869... (Before, Messrs. ;Fmluyaiul..ISiimiio,), ?Dismissed.-Mary, iorbes ,v.u Jane Faykner Cump"boll, abusive language. No' appearance of: complainant;1 Dis missed with'' iSOs.:-costs against ? com plainant. > 1 " ? / Obsti Mc<jo».l-r'Charlcs,-Diko- for ob sti acting the public thouroughfarc was 01 dei cd to pay ' a fine of 10s;, with !?S. (id. Costa. Abusive ;Lan<niatje.-2 ane Mahcr. summoned Anne. Bell, for making use ;obsccnc, and .abusive language towards her: After, .hearing the eviceiicc,- the bench inflicted .jijfaie, of 20s. with 40s. costs. - 'A woman manicd-, Helen Cou ncil on going, ojitside . the , court com menced to abuse Mrs. Mahcr in a nis graceful manner, and . Mr.: Finlay or dered :thc police : to . apprehend her., Sheiwas. and. brought inside/ and for? her little indulgence Avas mulcted m Buni.,of.o@0s... witliiv.the. alternative of three!days imprisonment...... : ; Assault.-A" Mrs. Sherman.! was; summoned'ilolin...

Publication Title: Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

.,'Bprpigrlx of. Emerald,' NOTICE.-The COLLECTOR- attends 'at liis ? ilOffipc* Borough Council Chambers E^KT; MORNEJTQ-,1 from; ,9 till 11, to. receive payments ofRdtcs^ ' ' AVlf/LMI^TOPE;', Bate Collector. V, ? i.? mtviiiiiofii/; .'' '.Bor buffi.' of Emorald' Hill. : ?? ? li/! Ji >.yit ' order/' ?\rbxiCE TS HEREBY GIVEN;' thai' the' i_>' Council will; at the ' ordinary meeting 'to' he held'on Monday, 1st March pros., Confirm (the Special;Order made on. Monday, ;lst l^cbruary J inBt" for the Kcpoal 'of Bve-liiw" Jfo.'l7. v' , - ?? ? i ? -iyi r-'!.-> ,-o j.i:i.;! , - , i Br order, r , . itil { yir, 'f.iti ; ? i-j/r»11 j JAMES EVILLJ'V . ' .' ,;rv .i':',1'''!VTbWClcrE*!;; Emerald Hill,1'' . : rntwiK .tuiJ .!.( m: 3nd February; 18G9.' iiol.i 01 Hill I ai:d -ji iiri rfoj. .u-jjfr/j ; iBorough, -of,? Emei>ld:, Hill. jjh -;H 'Jfij ... ii J > I.'.'ji- .. )>nsin7 " ? : ji '..Mi;} -j.> rf5!!?8^^*jW.i .'fc-C-itih,. THE. Inspector will -proceed against all persons ' -who h...

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EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 6, 1869. (Before Messrs. Martin, Nimmo, Iffia, Finlay, and Mouat.) [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

EMERALD HILL POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 6, IStjy. (Before Messrs. Martin, Isimmo, Iffia, ' Finlay, and Mouat.) Obscene ' Language.-Wm. Dillon, landlord of the Silver-gate Hotel, was charged with using obscene language in the hearing of the public. Defendant expressed his regret at having used the language complained of, and stated his willingness to put 20s. into the poor box. He was discharged upon doing so. License Refused.-Henry Ferguson applied for a license for a hotel situated in Millswyn-street, South Yarra. The bench refused to hear the application as the house was within the jurisdic tion of the City magistrates to whom Ferguson had appliedand beenrefuscd. A number of: debt cases were also disposed; of.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Sales.by, Auction. ^ -v , SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13 At Half-past Four o'clock. ;i Selo of Tiro-roomed Cottage and Laud, ofiv Tliu; tletlrwaite-Btrrct; also, a One-roomed1 Cottage in Thistlethwaite-strect. To Sloohanics, Mariners, Workingmch;aud'othcrs. W- P. BUCKHURSX lias. 1-eceivcd. ins true-.. . tions from the Proprietor to Sell by Auction, on the premises, as. abovo, his now two roomed C'O T T A G- E" :A N'D;;;;Iii'?'l)-r Situated olT Thistlethwaite-strecfc, quite new; also, a noat One-roomed Cottage ,aud>Laud, . Thistlethwaite-street, baling 20ft. frontage' to Thistlcthwaitc-street, by a, depth of 100ft., nearly new. A handy little place for a work ing-man, near the Wharf, or convenient to Sandridgc. Buckltursfc, Auctioneer and Insurance Agent.- . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, At Four o'clock. Ct 0 -V E BKMEST ALLO THE K.T, .' West of the Railway. ? ?. To Speculators and others. . > . T. J»OBLE is instructed,to Sell by Auction. . on. the ground, on Saturday next, at Four o'clock, Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Record — 11 February 1869

Business Addresses, &c. 17w. MITCHENER & CO., Manufacturers of every description of WINDOW BLINDS, 118 CLARENDON STREET, ASI) . 10 JOHiS" STREET, EMERALD HILL. Old Blinds ic-paiutcd, lapcil, &c. . Ovdccs by post punctually attended fo." ? " 1 ,T. COLCLOUGH & CO., Wholesale ana Family Grocers, "TTiae, Spirit, and Produce Merchants, 1D5 & 1G7 CLARENDON' STREET; :P.mehahvaiia. >;<.. >.' All orders pmcCiiattij attended, la. B. TYLER'S Hair-cuttine, Shaving, andShampooing Saloon, : Id5 CLAREXDOX STREET, ' XEXT THE BATES. ' ' llair-euUing, Gd. Sharing, 3d. Shampooing, Is. . Boys' Hair-cutting, /IcL Ilaiors, Knives, anil Scissots gruiiml and acl. . . THOMAS DO-WSIB, PA2TCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKEK, 191 CLARENDON STREET, EUMtAI® HILt, Bread, delivered in all purls ofihe Hill dailji. T. X01I02, Auctioneer, Valuator, Land and Estate1 Agent, CLARENDON;.STREET,,EMERALD HILL; AVp; AT/ ? - Beach JTouset Sonth, Hoadj Brhjldou Heaclt\ r ...

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