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Lord Ranfurly Interrogated. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

Lord Kaifiirly Interrogated. 0 ~-- I Last week our reporter waylaid the Earl of linfurly alul said he wanted to ask him a lot of questions about his affairs. The attack was not unlooked for, as our rcpresentative has come to be regarded as a sort of two-legged interro gation point, and his lordship cheerfully assenlitcd at once rather thaln ha:ve the trouble of arguing a)outt it. The examiliatioll wclnt right il : What aire your impressios of Miildura. Ilowi that til havI-e seeni l that there is to seec I find it, exactly as I expectedi to toin it. I am1 not dlisappointied. nor a1 1 suir prised. -Mr Mornington. one of the earliest investors here, senlt llmea accoul nt of Mlillura prior to my leavinig homie andl I find his descripltion of the place waOs ;i iiost acculate Oln. You like it well enough to invest here I do like it. anl the best proof of that is that Mr Ayliner arnd myself havi'e taken up our full limnit. and we niea toll go Oil with it. We have also provisionally re serv...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

M ILDURA 1N GINEERING TTTORKS. ILDURA JNGINEERING ORKS. 0 The above establishment being now in Full Working Order, all kinds of Engineering, Blacksmithing, and Boilermaking Work can be executed On the Premises. Steamboats Repaired and Overhauled. Every description of Agricultural and Irrigation Implements and Machinery made to order. "M'I:ILDTUITA" IlVMPIMROVEID :IRABBIT-POISOTN' DISTR1IBE/UTOI?. The greatest boon yet devised for-the relief of Settlers in infested districts. t It saves inoney, time and profanity, and is the Cheapest and Deadliest Machine ever Introduced. SS SEND FOR PARTICULARS AS TO PRICE AND MIODE OF WORKING. b Wheelwrighting and Carpentry Department. Buggies, Drays, and every variety of Boneshaker (from the majestic German Waggon to the unpretentious Buckboard) Made, Repaired, or Ruined as required. Is in-course of Erection, and on its completion orders for every kind of BRASS and IRON FOUNDING will receive prompt attention. All descriptions of Casting, from-the ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

Protected by It.,yal IJ.tter. IPatent, and GUAILtATEI) ABSOLUTELY I'PUE. WV I L L I A 3I[ S .Aiustralian YEAST POWDER Is ab.olultcly witolullt rival for producilng Light Bread, Rolls, Tea Cakes, Pastry, Biscuits, &c. Should tie veMlor, when you ask for WILLIAMS' AUSTRALIAN YEAST I'OWDEIR, Try to Ipa:, off some worthlerss .subotitute with the view of securing to himself a greater profit, INSIST UPON ]HAVING WILLIAMS.' ,S" Sohl in Tins (,lb) at SIXPENCE. RECO.3LIE.NDEI) BY PIHYSICLANS. A MILD! AN EFFICIENT ! AND A A SAFE ! ! ! IREMEDY FOlt INI)ICESTION, ACIDITY of the STOMIACII, NERVOUS HIEADACIIE, BILIOUSNESS, &c., &c., IS FOUND IN KR USE' S FL UID MAGNESIA. Tie Best lperient for Infants and Invalids. Unrivalled as a Mineral Water. A Sure Preventive of (Gout and Gravel. At the Calcutta Exhihtion of 1S83, Open to all the World, KRUSE'S FLUID MAGNESIA Was awarded TIHE ONLY GOLD M3EDAL. In bottles at is. 3d., 2s. 6d., and 3s. 6d. each. rirntet and Itllhlishrt for...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Analysis of Soil. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

A -hort time ;igi two irrigat:ioni<t in Spected ai piece of !lain IiItCiitrit ,on the Lank;t of the .Lodtion that appeared it htie tilitl}V sall\y. :aLt l sm:Itplels. werel tIbl nitted, to the Ihn. the .liniiterfi I.n:Is, ,who lbltalill ed II :a llalci' . Onle :ump:l le wa's lctaken fronm the nid.li. of ai " pi face " platnt ndllll the other friII :i hIllnt pot just beyon l the plant. The re-ult. a' reporlted by f3" .\. e. ei' on. wi :is follow : f n ('t, eit. . etI i .. .. . .li .l 1'hlllril .. . .112 .117: f trll to comII lltiii salt.. .:i t .nIt27 .\c ord linu io a in !inlih .,c t?ul'ld. a tiol soil s?l)u1l cont)il tof :- i ni' f it f ili in'l l it Iie , th ian .i l t ',Ih ' ri' I.. .. "" ' .. . _, I.inle .. .,.nl II will he seen hy romrnil:ri-,on wilh this -tamlanl that lhath of the. bho'e oil enc' fairly wcell suppliei wilih uitrten. :iue pol.c in phophorie ?cid. cvery ric'h in p' t siti:h, ip'ci ill lill. ulll a ('II:i I I s:il to il injur'ious extent. The S:11 w\\a...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Cultivator. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

The Cultivator. PUIISIIEI) EVERY THUQRSDAIY. TO CuIImVEPONDENTS. TIIE CuI.v.b'lbIL bs kvbbted to tbbh i tcMrct of irrin~tio illll l illl ~c b c ltb rb. It con lb ll, bIb slweial ?nibbrnu i lb Intiolll, in b s b~ubbbtib arebl ,onl blll invited to maik enqubkiries lllttbb I bbbbllbb111111tTbil: sbbbirctb a'lllll culiCuric)1) should he I l l u Ill to Tilt, ElIIITI I *bb Tim. CIjib.rI .vrotIb , bib', bbb bbbbbb atIilltibbl alm adolre,',of te writeri, fb thle &b, ibtiihn b tibe i:bbiTrbbb. ('bubnbbbbbbbllbb i$ arc jlt ububd lb w\.rite an lle slle DIbby'b tte lbrial n l, bilbhllt cabbbb inb Juertudc n'hib., u hbc:Iubnt ryllueIIIF Woe~re Onle u Clucki, Il.m., on W'llledn)ys. ('or_ýInolntxam lon n~.,uhlefor the Itjro etr ill ntto ~retrnet. Thito tnle Mill to.allereol t oo rot orooto tottnto ore tetoriot tokl, kol rt o their -ii tteorcatiou1.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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TABLE OF DISTANCES FOR PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

TIA IUE 01. DIIITANOIE' 11,011 Aro ..fcct . e part Apples ... PLANT! ... 2') C hrijes ..... I 0)iulu rrics I ie Scet;~rillce ) ra e Ci Ii .. liv Ca1ecc :111.1 ii le ao. I I lee s I t.. iStlicil thu fotr iic i I It does %%-I 'ecll thle Ihtliielc ' 1ecolueu c c,tah-1 li=Led : 1II1 you' e gut to sink moneyLC' in the Mart.-I't1)L1T.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Ploughing Matches. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

I'loughiult; IIatflles. JULY. 1IS-Kyabhrl.u I:r-I tnnl: nrllll:;II ýla AXUGUST. 1-Ararinlt nir.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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THE HOUSEHOLD. To all Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

THE HOUSEHOLD. Ever a t.ll ": '.ousi ekee i :, o. III, ED ! -i: CIe;)~f~ '.1:::11 '= :11 A i iii: 1 t'..r . I::··'iit~~,. (~ tý:," , ifi::. · r. : - e : ... . . . .. . ..... . , ,,, ,. . . . . .. .I . .

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USEFUL HINTS. RECIPES. BOSTON PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

m.iN ' 'l.iii Il jIn: , llh , iof I..' rulr nt , 1- ,,1" of. ... ,I1 [l ig,:m:,rl hI*' : I;.I G ,' ,. '11,r: .-. ,1 t -o, nfu - O f vin W rtaI lli. :I li i:'l I" i ilt i ".i : l it1 i' tf i n. : p :Il. :I i ' I i :Ill I i` ; t'l ' :lll' 'iittIti'I'il with it t-till! 1 'tI - 1 "t, li"mill. I ,, i :. l Ii , 'ili ?It 11.ill a 11'1 Iti 1, 1 i'S 1:1 lIlt' rlvii l i'i' llt' h. IIIll ""I MCI, ao tio,, vi'l .. .7'', A it 4; "tilh I .- ll tu ' tlin llt , :a l l hller. i h :it,, :ln. \fltlln l l l tci-' i i,-, li.htly I ll- Il . l -tal'i I ,l i 1 Inix ill :i liir .:I.1v tlh t tu.1i all. S ;1 t ill.-. Itr il ll i t'" i a 'll I, ti t''i l'liw lh wh,, , -,r A-, t,,nr. N pp-r I: I: n ir i:z . n .: - clu, 11::, cl' k . 'ppu? ? ip. lh,:il :1', f, r It 1- il't ;w e lifting :1Y1.1 athou 11 1 Ta i p,, il , ,1 ,:li ... . ,, l , ,: i

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Fibre-producing Plants. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

Fibre-producing Plants. ----4 - Mr Noble h1as addressed a further letter to us on this subject in which lihe writes :- - You will notice that in the evidence given before lIoyal Couunmission, I did not take into consideration fibre crops grown upon irrigated land; because at that time irrigation was not cou sidlerel by tile generality of people in Australia to be of sv great an assistance to the crops. I alyt here mentlin that some oftc thie rye I have tu for paler neiking wans goi'iVi n elI laud, the iveruige height f tlhe croIp was TtI, ind this in an Elkuiiih limiate viellin,. ailomlt .I Ions per 'ere ,f rye (itt tihre), s I leave you to ahller from this \\what; sort of return mi..hit l iv ohbtainel here with this elliute alml itrriultin. \Ample muoisture is essential for pro tilable tlibre-growing., crnitl il n with thick snnwing; earinig in ininii tlt thick sowing ensures along tfhlres. ind not only clc;allis thl lu;hn \ shilling weeds, -c.; tut ait msaile litte prevetite the g...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

Special .tvricuci. F 1 1 1 ~1:I~CI 10,11111) TUNS 10,000 Wanted.To he ct. cartd. tlelver'et 14 MILES 14 I IVE-WI 111 : V ENCLNU. E Ifi l~l AN~i)- I~ lUcciA-PIcIO "?d \l111.52 I ENCI. Ii. I. LE.1 I1INi 111011 A('IIEO 111(110. Illie . \ii 88 .81 lt i ('1.1 1l':8 11ii:c.. 1,181 Ieel. I'IEEI.IMINAI11Y -N.IIIE. If 8118 888nt FIti II1. VEEIfI:I.8I1fl. OREI88. Or if Putt w18h for .l8I~eute111c to hile 1111ab1ut1,o lix VIII) 111. lit! ha, left Wen:tworthl mtl lha8 cliii TI) E111 1. Li.I!U P cALoON L: il8118 881:,- of181tion1. 1I1I1 8IK ITTILE ALI'.Ly Will III is rea.IiIIIs 111111881 immeiatfely~1I An GRO 111EIN wi 1 188 L 0p08188 1. the 18111118 118 8.1111 as 11h8 II. I. SMITh., 1.118111 1881 .888ve18e. .I.\IES FIY L " CO. (LIITEI)i have ·lllfden*llCt ill IrCeon dInllll il" their Xant - fac.xu'es to all Agrieulturaliist* ;l behing ' .ri. In:ul itera td . :rd very iahl ,lte. Mlanure.. .\ trial will eertfinly estahliqlh r in I ntliti ft vur, at ? hett -ueriort | :lylhing yt tiffcred tll the F...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Orcharding for Profit. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

Orchar ?ing for Prolit. ^-:0:- An orchard for protit .1tout not c'.I tain more than two varictics of fruit, if less than 20 acres inl extent. but one kind woul be ene n better. There are several reasons for this. One is that the fruit all ripenls at once. anldt thus gives btut one feast for the binls andtl Ie bugs. If the time is extended, the binrs and bugs get just so much more fruit. If there is but one variety, what they take from an orchard will never be missal. Again, with but one or two kinds. the small grower has eollllgh of ealch to pay to Shandle, either hl (dryintg, contracting to a caunery or shilpping i c:arload lots to the eastern market. He makes but one job of icdking, and is soon over with his harvest work. With a dozen kinds he is of ai:\ onie lot to marlct Ipnerle.'' a probably has several varieties of fruit that are not profitable. T'e apricot, almond, pear, prune and peach. all pay well, each on its proper soil a:n location: anl the farmer who ch,ooes the one fr...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

THE AUSTUA LIAN IRRIGATION COLONIES. CHAFFEY BROS., Ltd. ý OFFT2ICEý l~A - - - - Vic: niji. i18 - S Collijs Streef;t WO7csl I II ENM\fl K - - - - Soulth Australia AnmLAiuE - CavendishI Cha:il el's, CreithIcl Stlret. .1. L+. iiI::tle«e Vinceint, (( hid 'Coinl ENoLA ND - missour) o::: Boii:' -,, Q uee Victoria Street, Loidilon, E.U. CHAFFED''~LI BROSS,, IZir itited jmJOl11IS, SANIIL DSI) IttI I~T., STOCK ADiJ STATION A & E N T S, [lUIll A. Tihe Bllr is a0 II geg centrl:lI )ilslit for Southli AIItrLili:; ias well :1s aIlireet imarket for New SioutIh \Voles. :1111 tile fEcilities offered for thle dlls1posl oll Stock miakes this Mlarket tile Illolst favou11rablle one ill South1 Allstralia, 1101d at whichl: I::r 1o nullrllserof Slheepl d10 ilislposed of at ealcll MIolltlylV Ma lrlki4, 1s ca1n ihe eenll frolml tile t'ir111's Cireillars whlich ire scnt IltrlnlgI 10111 tIle Coloinies. STOCK ANtD STIATION AGECT, SWAN, [[ILL. Sales (of Sheelpi elll lrtl/li I flu/cu Town :and Slllhaiall...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Plant Food and Its Supply. (CULTIVATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

P alant Food anlld Its Supply. --.:: ('U.nvTIvoT l.) It is interesting to note the different effelcts plll l I:illl f dlill'efr lt natural ai ll artifliial growths or cropl, and the disp si tion of thent ea regards the conlitioin ie. scribed by the terml? "ferlile" and "ex ltiustnl." I I a l??g-colnltin-I fore ,t gowthl there i the anmonal fail of leaves and ;t Conltitlllld deey of brauche, and fal lel trees, -o that there is graduilly returned to tihe soil tilhe smine stibstaineis dlii-i front it hy the growth of the tr'eei. Itiilde this there ii an ii ee unnlttion of plant food iIon the surce of th i sail frolli othier soirets. The arbonic naid land nitrole? which the trees have cllected from the atm-ohere, directly and indirectly, are colntribulllei t the-e surface amblitiomn, oilnd the long, deep roots bring i iiIt triment frontm the sub-oil, which is also leht on the surface in the form of decayingi veg.itable matterl. The inineral ileli?itte t of piiut fouid aire min intlained...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Horse Parades. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

Horse Parades. AUGUST. 6--lt II, ttt,,c C.w1'hdlcl ll~ ~l City Ilt,rta 16 SETEM-. BR. SEI'TEMIIEIt. 4.-Sc;;tS allllre

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Raisin Fair in Cape Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

1 R:aisini Fair in Cape Towin. -----d,.-t -- the Aur intehtina) was held in Capeys Town on lthl May last, which might with advantage he copied in the Ans tralian colonies. The exhibition con sisted of what is locally known as a raisin fair, which was open to competi tors from all parts of the colony. The prizes were given by tle Goverrunent andl by the Societyfor the Pronuotion of Agri culture. The show of fruit was fairly roli, there being 1015 I.ioxes Cxhillited, containhinu about 22 ton. of raisins. Tlihe nI tsIhiel, of o'llll tii tor. ; \t : s tlisalller than waI s ant'illatle I; i ;hl consid, ring the qu:ltity of fruit each cm-ptitor hal to lriig formald, there was not itth to toilplain of ion that sre:i'. :For the best 11 11 box.es f loo, raisins each mintllllnl 5(01ts, the i hrst prize the .\ "rih iu I'il Society's ' lliti Iedal. The scllci prize was ti 20r . iVee nrt hl fhe tovemineto t. and the s ocieti's silver niuial. 'i'hre was also a cltss for lall hloxs of loose raisin...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forthcoming Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

I:ortlconillg Agricultural Thle secretaries of the tvarilts Ilhrticrlttttl nuil \grictlt tr l Soeieties are rnestedl to frwardl toI tle Editor of tIe CUttTItATOIt tile date. nUce h'ich their resipctive exhfthitioLS sill ie held, ed opies of the prize schedules as seoon :s pub lihedl. JULY. 4. 5-Wentwlerth, N.S.W. 12 - liay '. ait A AX .eci tioe. 1 t t 2t.-N.S.W. Poultry, Pigeon, Cantary, andl Dotg Society. l,.-lDnciliqlllt 1'. anll A. Society. AUGUST. 2e Narantlera. N.S.W. S. 9.--Corwa -\ rireulturel Slciety. 8. 9 -- It..1.S. if Q11vollt lad'] , t '[wt1 . l,-- Itahn f At. ttlll'. tSociety o S23.-Northernt Agricultual aet ociation, Sit gIete, Nll?.?.'I. I --%lllUto A. and . Soetlety. :2S--ltllliallll A).. lIn iI. So+-iety. II to Sept h Nttiti'tic:te S t . 1. -eti teo t .e g ricu ltu rt l S o , I-. lstrliallt ShIeeihreeders' A<ociatiot, at -, 5 --iStatell lnD \intterntDsltrit t P. ael A. ,-tr-- ) g Diltrict P. ntld A. Society. 5lt, I.--ot;llu ]. a;ll A.Soietv. 5, .--rtiTrut...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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THE VINEYARD. CULTIVATING THE VINE. PREPARING THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

THE VINEYARD. CULTIVATIVATING TIIE VINE. PREPARtING TIIE GROUND. The method of preparing the ground for planting vines adopted on the Ben digo vineyanls may be described as a compromlise between anll-trenching anll plough-trenching. While in some dis tricts the nature of the subsoil is such that vines will grow very well without trenching of any kind, an ordinary ploughing being sullicient, quite a dif ferent condition of things exist ill the lBenligo vineyards. The subsoil is a stiff reddish clay, so hard and close that when cellars are excavated no built walls are required. Experience has fully proved that this clay must be broken to enable the vine roots to penetrate it. Some small patches were hand-trenched in the early days, and the mistake was manne of turning up the subsoil to the top. The vineyards are enlarged by small addi tional pieces at i time, so that trench ploughing has not been generally adopted. ibut the soil is prepared inl a way which, without involving the use o...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Farms. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

Small Farms. -0 Can one ( a11 e living on five acres of uald ' The albove question is often asked. Seeing so iany acres divided into live andl ten-acre tracts brinlgs out the qlery : Whilt can a person do on the same to gain a livelihood' In Tulare, as well as other towns, there is, as a rule, one-half of the population working for salaries rangillg froml , 10 to .l£20 per month. or £120 to .~210 per year, barring no lost time. We are. as a rule. slaves to t certain extent ; toil froilm onle monthl to allothler, witlih rest. If :a vacation is takilen we hal;ve to toil tie harder to make it tup. I claim tihat onle who owns live acres of good landl call, ill four years' time, he indelpendent. all be making more imoney than if he were cashier of a tIbak. I have 11o pre ference inl the Itifferellt varieties of fruits, nullts, an.l berries. There is lnot ne variety of good fruit but what is profit able, and a person ownling five acres of the saume will make more money than one ownling la...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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IRRIGATION. ITS ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 5 July 1888

IRRIGATION. Mr Maurice Wetton, of Ilobart. 'ra mania, has been hl:unm.rin. away iat the farmers in the tight littlleilatuln thesub cctof irrigation. ll.th Ithrouglhtl:e mediiim iof the lpressai tlon tile Ipuilic platform lihe keeps the subject well befmc the p1lblic. tol it will not be long before :t national schelle will be brIo uiht iunllder osCidera tion. We clip the followincg frot one of Mr Weston'. letters. whidct recently ap Ieared in the Launceston Daily ";,l. On irrigated farmsn large areas are not lcquisite to the pireluiicion of large quatities, aul thut all the additional expense and wear aMc teare of cultivating the dry soil of a lrgeancd extensive tract, over that expndced on a few irrigated aeres. lcltiratad under lthe favouring conditions of a soil well and easily worked. is very apparent in redutcin tlh ultimate proflit on the large quantity grown on the dry farm. 'lhits oin a dry farm this condition of large aggregate quantity is only oitaiiiale by a corres pordlin...

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