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THE BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

,_ ' _ '?' TIIE BAND, ,.t'noii what wo could gather at tho mooting of tho Baud committee and supporters held on Friday ovouing last, affiuiB in connection with tbo Baud are much mixed, and, iw our opinion, things in the past have 'been managed in a very slip-shod way. it -is easily seen inat there exists between tho majoiity of bandsmen and the eondactor-a'vQry wide breach, and while that exists theie is no hopo of ever establishing a decont Baud in town. IVo think that every Bands man should have put in an appear ance at Fnd.iy's mooting and tho. disputo could have been .properly' thrashed out thoii, If they aio die Bati.-iiecl with the conductor it is their uuty to inrorm tue comimttoo of tho fuot, and, if they are iu majority, then tho men constituting the governing body must give way. There ia no doubt the commiiteu has not kept itself properly in touch with the men — if U hud no Hastiness would have cropped up. To tho mon now standing out fiorn tho band being formed we would s-...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIFFICULT TO INFLICT PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

luiFi'IbUIiT TO INFjuLCT ? PAIN. ? $ ? The doctor smoked »lo*ly on his' cigar. It was plain that ho had some thing to say, ' f 'was thirking of my early college davs,' he said, ' and of a very peculiar incident that happened very soon after I began my studies. The pro fessor waa instructing the class one day on the corpusoles of tbe blood. In order to get some fresh blood for microscopical examination, each stu dent was ordered to tie a rag r.iund his forefinger and strike the top of the finder suddenly with a needle with sufficient force to draw blood. Seems easy, doesn't it ? Do you know, there wasn't a man in the class that did i'. at the first attempt. It was funny to watch some of these embryo surgeons poise the needl-3 with a determined air and launch it to within a hair space of the flesh and' there stop dead ; othew tri..'d to force the ntedle in slow ly, but paused very shortly, with an expteseioii - of pain comme/isurate to that of an amputation. I myself gave it up as a b...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TOWN CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

THE TOWN CLOCK. L.ABH weak the t'wn clock was 'somewhat erratic, aud on Monday last' housekeepers bustled round when they hoard -the boll loll one -o'clock, af though the time was only oleven oaiocK.. J.'rom what wo can 'gather' the Government used to pay for keep ing tha .clock in order and allow a little for attention to it, but now, since the glories of retrenchment hnvo spread o'er the land, the town-.pooplo have to pay to keep the clock in re pair, whilst it is attended to gratui tously by a local gontleman. We think if' the Government was ap pioiched, thiough the moinber for tho district, that n, small grant could bo secured for the 'purpose of having proper atteu tion bestowed on the clock, and our Councillors— as guardians of the townsfolk's rights— should make' a move in tho direction indicated. ' If wo dpr't ask for a thing- it's d cer tainty tho Government will i ot chase us with it, and even if o refusal is~ ?given to 'the .request no harm will ba done.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

Bo You Think The Independent is worthy of support ? If so become a subscriber and boom it. AHD COMMISSIONERS.. FOR -AFFIDAVITS viiiijiEitii-jsip., enjsDflG/n. .. G-rjNDAGai.- Kdiled, rrin'ed and published by Patrick and James Sullivan, sole proprietors, at tho office, Sheridan Street. FARMERS, 'PLEASE NOTE. 'i™-' ?? nnHE following Firms ha /ing ' %.^ JL appointed us their Agents, ^ ' ^fi_ y°u can re^ on' staining ^^^M^^^^^^A BEST HARVESTING at MANUFACTURERS' P-RICES and TERMS .— James Martin & Go., Gawler, South Australia. The Johnston Harvester Co., IJ.S.,A. Hugh Lennon Plow and Machine Go., Victoria. Braybrook Implement Co., Ltd., Victoria. ?Eitchie Brothers, Auburn, H.S.W. *JMIW¥ TWIJSE.S, 0II&.ETC, ETC.* To prevent disappointment call and inspect and book your orders at once. Several varieties to choose from. M. ?'S:MACHEN& SON, THE CLUB HOUSE, (THE P0PUXAS GXmDAG-AX HOSTELRY) UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT OF The Best Wines, Beers and Spir...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

MINING .Mn. SicunniE, who is, president of Iho A.5LU., at the Gibraltar mine, and took tho lead ia the late strike, was told by Mr, Eissler, on Tuesday last, that he would pet no more work on tho Gib. mine under that company. We feel that Mr. Skurrie is paying the penalty of being a sincere and earnest leader. Tho managers of tho Gib atrilio havo tho honor of having con ducted the quietest strike on record, aud. wo think the company could have 1st all party feeling of a personal naturo drop, However, Mr. Skurrio tolls us Ihat he would not humiliate hirasblf to the Oov. bv nsltinc for em ployment, and is considering an idta of starting iu business here. — ' Tumut Times.' Tub wet flat on the Crown lands on the Avoca River, near Am|Dhitheatrp, Victoria, carries fio'.d, and 70 minors have stnt in a petition to the mining board, urging that tho lands bo thrown open for individual minarB, nnd that an officer of the department bo Bent up to inspect, and compel porsona in il legal occupatio...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

POLITICAL PIPS. - — A GEORrdtrs victory J Toiir, 090 ; Syd., 658. ? '- - ' ; Bauton ia io lead an attack' on the Government fortress thiaweek. Ekib quitejpiigilistio. H^isays he is ready for Barton and Lyrie toget her. ? Fuemier Reid : ' 'When the tem porary glitter of triumph disappears Mr. Barton frill be remembered as one of those rare individuals in our politi cal history who aspired to lead a great party iu Parliament, and yet could. not open tbo door for his own entrance by his own personal exertions. This I fall a humiliating entrance into Par liament, and one has to go back many years to find a parallel.' Yah ! ' Thb electors]' of Macleay have vindicated the character of the com munity for good sense and public spirit.5' — Wke on Barton's return. JiMiry Ashton, member for Goul burn, is a journalist by profession, and at oue time ran a paper in Hay, and later on in Narandera. When he first entered Parliament— per medium of Hay electorate — he was only a second rate speaker, b...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE 'SOLDIERS' SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

THE SOLDIERS' SOCIAL. Hie ladies of Gundagai, at o meet ing on Friday afternoon last, decided to alter the price of admission to the military ball to be .held nest week, double tickets being put down at 7/6 sinprlo 5s. JMosdumes. Gi-iffin t' Cornett, Egan, Blivorthy, and Misses. Carbery, Slater, Fry, Quigley, and Marshal!, ivere appointed an oxreutife committee, and the work of collecting for the ball was entrusted to Misses! Carbery, Slater, and Quigley.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

? POLICE COURT. ,' , At the Court yesterday (Tuesday), before Messrs O. L. Kendall nnd W. Matchi tt, J's.P., Joseph Mahbn, on remand, was charged with being of unsound mind. !Evid(-nr.e wiih n-ivon hy Drs. O. L. Gabriel and Jus. J. O'Dvvyer, both gentlemou recommen ding his removal to an aHylum for tho ineano at Gladesville. The Bench ac cerdingly made an order for hia ad mission to the institution.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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HE CAME TO GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

HE CAME TO GRIEF.! : A. weli,-knu«n town identity essayed a foolish feat on Saturday afternoon. He visited the building in course of erection- by Contractor Waibrick in Sheridan-street, and whilst ' watchin« the employees ascending the ladder with the hods of brick?, thought he could go more than one better. Ac cordingly he Bnavelled a hod and stacked something l;kr- SO brieka therein. 'After some difficulty he got the hod on his shoulder and staggered along with his heavy burthen; ° Tlio first three runga of the ladder were negotiated iu safety, and though the -spirit ' was willing the flesh was too ?weak to go any further. He. made a game attempt, however,' to rench the fourth r-ung-, but he overbalanced and came down a cropper on tho ground below, with tho bricks all round him. Strange io relate be escaped without the sign of a scratch 'or bruise.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANGLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

ANGLING. The genial, sunny weather which prevailed on Sunday induced a good few townsfolk, old and young, to visit the Murrumbidgto in tho hope of hook ing a lish or two. But Ikey Walton's devotees Avere not verv suenpasfni «-, tho finny denizens refused to ' bite :- as well as one would wish. Among the heterogeneous collection of piscatorial istslined along, the river ; banks: we noticed some 'of Eve's:; ??'?'., winsonie daughters making great fendeayckurs to hook some of the inhabitantBYqifS the deep. .- -:-. s. ':-\'-'-y::'y,?i'i'\'- -

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOCTORS SHOULD SHAVE CLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

DOCTORS SHOULD SHAVE CLEAN. 'It may be claimed by some,' says an eminent doctor,1' that the beard iti provided with nature and should be allowed to remain. So it may be with the layman, but when with tho faculty it might prove a serious means of con tagion, it wore better tnat no cuancea should be taken. . 'In listening io the action of the heart, or in making other examina tions, the face of tlie examiner must necessarily come into d.rect contaot with the person or clothing of the patient, and a bearded f.»ce would be much more liable to be effected there by than the cleanly shaven skin. Many physicians affirm that disease has often been conveyc d by this means, and hold that the less the face is encumbered the better it will be for both the doctor and patient.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SWIFT FLIGHT OF INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

HS'SWXF.T -FiuiGiil' OF' insects: ?....' ? ? : — « ? - .; Science says that many insects can fly faster than birds. The common hi, use-fly can ordinar.ly fly twenty-tive it-.et a second, but when it ia alarmed it has been found that it can increase its r.ite of -Hpeed to over one hundred and. sixty feet ptr second. If it could continue such, r.ipid flight for a mile in a straight line, it ?would cover that distance in exactly thirty-three seconds; A swallow is considered on of tbe swiftest of flying birds, and it was thnught until reoint'y that no insect could escape it. A naturalist tells «f an excitting chase he saw between a swallow and a dragon fly, which is among the swiftest of insects. The insect flew with incredible speed, and wheeled and dodged with E-uch ease that the . swallow, despite its utmost (fforta, oompletly failed to overtake and capture it.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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THE MOST CONTENTED NATION IN THE WORLD. AND PERHAPS THE WORST OFF [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

THE MOST CONTENTED NATION IN THE ' WORLD. AND PERFIAPd THE WORST OFF Jf you want to find one of the most contented people on earth, you should go to a country that has been pro claimed far and wide as the land of despotism and oppression, to a coup try that we have been told is owned by and coverned for a few at the exuense of the many, and that is actuully to day the only civilised nation on earth whose Government is an absolute monarchy, whose ruler is a deBpot. pure and simple, This country is Kussia, and the people upoken of arc the working people of Russiu, — ' the common people.1' If you will go to Russia and spend your time, not in going round in ot. Ptvterubu!g visiting palaces and parks, but in travelling far into Russia, vi.-iting places that. Englishmen have never even seen before, and living as tho Russians live, you will learn how little yoxi knew of this huge empire before you went. Probably nothing will surprise you as much as to eee how thoioughly contented and happy...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIG RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

PIG RAISING The rapid, extent- ion of the bacon export trade from Donnf.rk to .Lon don is described in a rrfcent Foreign '' Ofh'co i»| ort as largely /due to the co operative .'system of forking on the one hand, aii.d .'on t|ie other to the .adoption or tUfv .'autoj-cure mtcnoti oy which, wo^k^JWiftt)i'i^jr'a)orJ^pccuiiicrl' €ii-i}rJii a.'js', can 'now be' «Wfc3n an ' v inany h-..ui8, whilethe cure-Thj\k{it is - giejtly superior in- quality, owing to '? the rotei lion of the, nutritive juices. Q'he co-operative system is thus re ferred to : 'Tho farmers of a certain disuict form Ihornselves a guarantee fu- d, and on tie strength of this V.H 'guarantee tho bank advances them ' tho £4000. or su.h other, sum as may bo requin d, for the construction of a bacon curing factory for' the district in-.questiop. The bank also. advancis a further £500 lor the pnymeut of the preliminary working ctpnees. Tho factory is then constructed, replete ?with all the latest auto-oure methods in machinery...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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BACK FROM KLONDYKE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

'-, C*'. r'dOVl KLOSDYXS Tho tales .which American papers/ Cauadi'in ai'd United Shite-', tell of ?tlio richness of Kk.nclyke and of the fortunes made .tluie give one side, and that the life i'a the gold-fields of tbo'North- western teiritory of Canada. 'Very li tie is heard ot those vino re turn' to ti eir homes d if appointed und disttii'tid at thii touniin;,' of the Ltldrf, and still less is told— unless u pntostropho bus to' be olironicled, -ivheie fcotes meet' their death in an iu-lo.nl— of tho many ivUo lose their lives on ilie Held itself, or in a vain attempt to rench it. Of the disap pointed und disgusted class nboul a do?en rt turned to Sydney on Weilno. -i:.f l«Rt in the sleanv r Aorai'gi. Two of' tl em. Mr T. Char 1 ton and Mr. Robert, l.elo: ging to tliiT.ront par ties li id experiences to tell which nre'typioal of nil tho others. Both are expeiienced miners, having been on many fields on th«e colonies, and are, therefore, competent to judgo of ?what they saw. . . Mr. C...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

Goveniment Advertisement. Notice to Carriers. rpiflNl)r'RS ndi'i-Sbed to* the- Cldk of JL P ttv Sppsious .it Ti mul, and on ilc rstd 'Tendei for Calling Tunbci,' vml lip leoeived up In noon on Monciuy, SieUrfi Ocieibcr nc\t,' foi Comiact No 15 93 9, 1 umnti D.stnet B.ie'.go Ke pms tons sting ot carting abenit 32 Tous ^unber from tJuneLj/ai toTiimut.^'14 All Spec (ii ii ions may bo seen at tho Oouit 11 uses, rJ\unnl and Gundigai. A. ADAJI, i . _, ?- Kottd 8npei inlondent. EoueU OOice, Tumut, 21 9 93. ' , ' ' ? £ ? M NOTICE. «?'. ^ O'N^and'ofti OetoVr 1st. 1S0S, tie PHlCrWi1 BKEAD wi.l be 3il. the 2 b. Loi.f. ' ' ' W.-TIIBO. i - ' CORMJ1T P.ROS. Sept. 20th, '98. 1st Australian Horse. &7i * GROT)* (PItPIjy /I^I- B/ij\'OF) IN AW OV THIS SPORTd CLUH in tONNi.onoN wi'iir tub GUNUAGAI TKOOP ? WILL TA1CI! 1'I.AOE IN ? Fry's Assembly Hall FRIDAY, 7th_OCTOBER. T1CKKTS :— DOUIJLR, 7s On ; SINGLK, 3a. All incuibcn of tjit; Troop must appear in full un.for.iri. . *-. , ?JV.T. CORN UTT, '...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BUCCANEER'S WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

-THE .BUCCANEER'S WAGER. ? The JJoiies havo o tradition or a bq'd Bea rover, the bu. cuheer VonVod, who eluded the pursuit of his rnemies lor years, aud i;eing finally captured by treachery, offerod hia gaoler a bat i\;iio i\:uad hid neck, Th« day for tie oxecution had' approached, when tho turnkeys, one morning, found their prisonor dead and wondered how and when he had contrived to procure the requisite poison. His wife the next day got permission to re'iove the body, and. ouly a week after, indisputable evidence proved thnt tho supposed corpse hud rpjoii od his crew of des pe ridoes in a Sweedish seaport. He h -d onco passed a year with a gang of Greek bandits', who taught him a chemical trick or two, and bis wager was founded, on the possession of a drug that had tho strange tffectof suspending the1 tppreeiaiive signs of animation for about twenty-four hours.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAN DE HALL'S FRIGHTFUL LEAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

JAN DE HALL'S FRIGHTFUL «g*w ?-??-.'? leap. The cicerones of Nimvvogan Castle still point out the spot where Jan de Hall, tho son of a political outlaw, leaped over the river ramparts and disappeared under a volley of bullets ? v\ bother mortally wounded or witn suicidal intent, the marksmen were for thu moment unable to say. He had been confiuod in a' basement cell of the old fort for a month, and waited ia vain tor a cliance to communicate with his friends, till t1o*dfy contrived to smuggle in a volunteer prisoner, and sent him a message from ono of tho upper tiers of cells. The letter de tailed a scheme of escape, but endeu with the words: 'The winter rivns have set in ; wait till the riVe'r rises. '' Thiit week a he'avy rainstorm flooded the low lands, and tha nest day Jan de -I-Ml-^vftiled himself of the privi lege of joining his fellow-prisonera in their noonday outing on the terrace of 'ho ravelin. i ' Isn't it gatfng quite chilly,' re marked ono of the gaolbirds. ' Chilly !'...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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DARING ASUARES FROM MIGHTY STRONGHOLDS. A PRISONER DIVED FIFTY FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

','?' HOLBS. A PRISONER DIVED FIFTY FEET. Like the science ot t.jrtitication, gaol building has been per feel ed from century to century ; still expeiience has thus fur confirmed tho assertion th-.it there is no such tiling as u man proof cage. ' It 18-alwaya oimcuii b:i thwart the purposi n of n.en wli» con .c-ntrute all their raiugies on one object,' sa^s an 'author, and there is almoafriolim'tt to the shifts of a cun ningpriapner wiinee mind d wellw on the I h. ught of fi e-'fioin night und day. ' Fr, dr c Trends, tbe- Admiral Crich ton'ot 'the Prussian nrmj, had incurred tho ill-will of his King, and had bfen delivered into the Jinncla ot nix per son;tl enemy, n vindctive nnd \ig:lant old martinet, who made the strict ronulfttions of his fortress stricter to obviate the possibility of his prisoner's rescue. Strangers who applied for the ?privilege of au interview with, the tx-favorite of the great King were searched like pickpockets, and watched by a sergeant of the guard while ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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THE WEEPING TREE OF THE CANARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 28 September 1898

^^.weepikg tree of ?;'.*^:.}the canaries. '?ThV weeping tree of the Canary «-' Islands' ,Jb ono of the wonders of plant v-jife. Itiaof the laurel family, aiid I xruin» down -a copious ohower of wator ?'^im its tufted fulinge. This wator r' soften collected at the foot of tho ?p?e*tv and forms a kind of pool, from .;f{§hicli;inhubitaut3 ot tuo noignDour ?^?'jiobd ; cun supply thoniBolvos with a vfcbbverage that is absolutely fresh aud, ^vjjsijir'o'.. . .S^ffU'o ''water comes out of tho tree ^ftlcR!* ?through, innumerable little ?V' Sfjb's situated at tho margin of tho ^iu%-ves.-vlt itisucs from the plant as f'W^pour.duriug the daytime, when the i.'?feat.issuiHoiently groat to preserve ^ 'it in that condition; |*;'ip.tha,*9v6uing, however, when the ?f& temp;Wn.-uve liaa lowered^ very njuch, ^a.corVBidorable quantity of vipoiir ia |j. iosiide'tl 'i'i lliOloim of liquid ^dropa f* that' '.qiiuVct' tear- tho.JfjiJgq&'-of- the |S» lenvds, ?' iiutil. these fiJl'nih'er^tj^jg ...

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