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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

1VAXTED. TO LET, FOR SALE, ETC. _p0,: SALE.—Xewly calved cow. Ap ply, E. McDonald, 'Harcouri. IJOl'SE TO LET. situated Wlieeler sweet. Ap.ply, 31e,C?eery and K.u'klas. iMarket -Square. < ]l:AXOS WANTED.—Wanted to buy' "overai second-hand pianos, vfrXo for college or kindergarten pi: "oodeii or iron frames Apply. C.P.O., Melbourne. - ' T>1~S1XS3S ■XOTICES. ^XX j?:ewart Watson, chanipion iiern :X;:-e dancer el Australia at Gala Triumph motorcycle, 3 speed trs. perfect condition, at -Har "•;ou's. Terms arranged'; your biey X. paymen ^;.XXXX- .'liLLIXERY now showing. l\:roi\;Ily selected stock of ladies' ,-h:idrcn's hats, neckwear, etc. In invited. Miss -Cleaves, Bar i: ' s.reet. TXX i i Ol'SK Wil-V.ES LAMEXT—( of vegetables. We have " :-'-;ti=bIcs already cooked. i:i tins ; fresh. Try a tin of French ~r.-t--:?:!r:'.g;:s or ."in;ii :-:rs- Butler, Hark or -street. (\);IXS.—Saunders" Electric Corn and W.-irr Cure, removes without ps.;;'- r"l:-a .1 . Saunder's Pile Cure, I - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 13 October 1917

Juvenile AT Hayes & Harris JUST OPENED UP A LAK(.'E .ISSOItTJKE.VL1 OF Vv'AS HlffU -SUITS AT ITT FINE P1UCES. HAYES AX I) HAKIMS' The House.for Quality and Solid Value. Phone 100. If You Ha^e £ or more vo invest, you can get :i Liberty Loan (Bond 'by applying til rough any Hawk, Sink' Savings Hank, or -Honey Order Post Ofllee or your Locai War Savings Coman'ttee will see that you get what you warn. Get a Prospectus from any of the above, or from your (Stockbroker, send it in with your cheque Through any of 'these sources. You can have bearer Bonds or Inscribed Stock, as you prefer. INTEREST (IS iPAl'D WITHOUT .INCOME TAX DEDUCTION'S. Money is a Good Soldier-buy War Loan U Bonds Commonweal:,!) 'Bank of Australia. r 1 War having® Oertstieates Obtainable at nil Banks. Savings Ganks. or Money Order Post Offices 17 S will purchase a, Certificate for £1 £*?■ / G 3j *5 £5 £8 15 O „ SJ £10 £4-3 15 O „ „ £50 £S7 10 O „ „ £100 £375 0 O „ s, £1000 Payable 3 years from date of purchase....

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THE LIBERTY LOAN SMALL SUBSCRIPTIONS TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

THE LIBERTY LOAN T. iSmijL, SUBSCRlUP-T10X3 TELL. "iHow can my £10 assist in a -twenty ■million loan?" ds the query of the small subscriber. "It is only a drop in the ibucket." Let us 'lose sight of the 'twenty million, however, and look at the ten pounds, itf -a thousand people ■can subscribe ten pounds each, chat .means ten thousand pounds, and a ■hundred thousand ten -pound 'bonds is a million pounds. iHow many hundred thousand people in a wealthy, prosper ous community like 'Australia can not ■only ifind ten pounds, 'but 'fifty or a hun dred pounds each, and 'that will mean many millions towards the twenty ask ed for. One soldier hoy may not be mush in •an army, 'but an army is made up of a ■number of units of one soldier con tributed 'by families throughout the country. Why should not each ten •pounds 'b3 such a unit, and help build up an Army of Finance to make a use ces.slul loan?

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

FREE. ' £*-ery woman whose health is caus-; Ing her anxiety is invitea to write for a copy of our new bookie: of valuable information, which should b3 in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 327 Collins street, Melbourne.

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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

f; ' • MALDOX. iln' the 'North British -mine at Os wald's 'Gold Klines they are breaking' stone at the SOOft. level G to Sft. wide, worth 4 to odwts., while tlie stopes -at £>00ft, are of similar value. The dia mond drill at 1450ft. lias .holed east •to 200ft., and a flow cf water was cut at. •125ft. in all -blue. 'At 900ft. an angle liole is toeing .'bored below the crosscut to cry and 'locate rhe lost spur reef. In driving 'north in the North British shaft at 90ft. level leaders are -making .in 'the end, and in -the north tunnel the stone in the south drive is 2ft. •wide, a good wall, carrying- traces of gold. For the 'fortnight 351 'tons -were crushed .for llOozs. Sdwts. gold. The Teef in the 1750ft. main level of the iSouth German is 6ft. wide, of a seamy nature, wokIi o ;o 4d\vts., w'hile the north stopes carry values from 5 to 0 dwts., while the intermediate stopes are w-orth lidwis. Derby United 'have completed un watering the Xew Chum shaft to the 540ft. level, and the va...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

■■■■beiMfliBtlMMNHMMCaiHB MINING INTELLIGENCE * •Tiie .two .bucket dredges at Camp •fcell's .Creek worked ifull time for the week for the joint return of 48oz. 2 'chvts.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

.^TED, TO LET, for SALE, ETC. -r^E9^_-\Voir.;ui. ;\>r washing, if" Ttiesdav or U odaeSiUy. Apply, v. !c:-er, lU\. c o l'o*t Oliice. T cSr_I'iir.<o coiHtiiuih^ money, Sun Ji ,iav marni:.':;'. .Rowan!. Apply, Bouen. U.iruravos street. •viivD Til LU*Y.—Second hand .. ;n»:i PP«t >"•"-! :I; a-lso churn. Apply, A.J., .Mail Oiiice. «TiI.L person v.-iij :ook irrey f?ihat frsmi H:>1! on v;i»rJay nr.^iil and re '••:ve Iiis o>v;!. Apply. Ol.iil Ohioo. VOl'XP.—of n:.'HOv. Owner cat! i v>ve I.v ap-pjyin^ C. Reck :a;$3le, Tetanies:: .street. or 'VoV.co. ? flOl'SK TO LiCT. situated Y."hc?!er 'J stw;. Apply. McL'reery and ;.'03S:r.?. .Marker -Souare. Ll,v: " yjSIXESS -NOTICES. rvn7.\Triuinpli uioiorcycie, 3 spaed -^""ccars. perfect condition, at llar .. >r.-sr Terms arranged; your bicy ^Ha'part payment. puniXG MILLINERY now showing. k-'~ C:irefTilly selected stock of ladies' children's liars, neckwear, etc. In ~^tion invited. Miss Cleaves, Bar street. A'El.V machine-sli...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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CASTLEMAINE MUNITION WORKER MR ALBERT MARTIN. AIR RAID EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

CASTLEftlAINH MUNITION WORKER f MR AUEEilT -MARTI.X. A'l-K RAID EXiPE'RJEXCE. ■•Cr. T. Margin's son Albert .is a muni tion worker in -England, and resides at -Kamsgare. In a leuer received from him 'last week, lie speaks of the cold and -wet weather. ''Since ] last wrote we ,have had a no till or air raid, ma kin# two since 1 have been "here. 1 am thankful you are so far away from all rlvis. 1 saw two German machines brought down nor far away 'from where 1 am work ing;. [ have got a bit of It, and a piece of 'their shrapnel as mementoes. You can guess what the two dirty Huns looked like when they came down, lit was lovely ro see t,:icm coming down from a heigh; of 1.2,000if. Our guns do pepper them. We get pleiriy of warn ing about them coming-, ami we 'have to make for cover. Talk about 'being i:i war. Why, y:j<j get used to it, as the Kolifiors say. <i;iily Beaton has just landed. The ;>o:u. he was on took 17 weeks to come over. They were full up to the hi...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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METHODIST CHURCH SIXTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

SIXTY-THIRD 1: This ce-!Dbra;:'or, :::•: __ ■ cay, who;; three se:v::«~z -cd. Seine d:;app:::n oa a: 111c- afternoon , ji-i'- oy '.: ? ■' ho had promiso:: ;e in Ii-n: of :he :-\~ar.-: e.::h fieioo;:::; - elusion -.ho raL; :r.ce-;:.'j " n-sht. ..voseiltsnt:; "" | ; seir. Han over. ^v. H. 1 :h V.' — -\i :1 i : very in:r r . "The ;f hnreh and I : if:n p. •••//' He ; once of Ch:i peoph ; i'oea ."or ;ae coca o: -•= '\ , '"ow ;he D:v;::e hand lni; ■ tory. The figures o: '•- ■ , :he ch;;:v;i :;■> :j;e C^sn:;:T;: ■ the :::ne of 'he rirs: set;'::; . over lO'i years ago. wore c:;e:i to prove •::-v-v ::;.-".i c:'vi;;s.K;o:i had nurcioi^i with the ex:ended «s?.~ ' church. The spiri: e: ■ Oil by :he soUiiers a: ri . big percentage of etuir^"-* then:. proved that isrn ,?:'ow side by sido. sr. . mer to a sturdy &•<, capable of the airiest ; ism to preserve :he ' p>5opk\ and :'ie per?«os»: ai righteousness. | The musical par: '.v3-J^ dor.' A contused ciio;rJi street and Cam...

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THE ARGENTINE. GERMAN VESSELS TO BE USED. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

THE ARfi-EXTIXE. G.EHM AX VESSELS TO !J3E USED. (Reiner.) A message from iBuenos Ayrcs states that, :<he BraxMian Government will utilise captured German steamers for international steams'h>p lines flying the iBrazi.Iian flag, and for the use of the Allies,

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HON. J. COOK VISIT TO CASTLEMAINE. MINISTER ATTENDS GALA. INTERESTING ADDRESS. AUSTRALIAN HOSPITALS. MEDICAL WORK AT THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

! HON. J. COOK + I I VISIT TO CASTLEMAIXE. MINISTER ATTENDS GALA. I'XTEEE'STJXG ADDRESS. AUSTRALIAN HOSPITALS. MEDICAL WORK AT TI-iE FRONT. U is customary for a .prominent pua iic man to be invited to oliicinlh' one; the Hospital Gala Tne Prtme -Mm ister had accepted the invitation UV: year, but a fortnight ago asked to o i excused, owing to ill-heaitn. He an a.: i ced with the Hon. J. Cook. Minister o the Xavy, to take his place, a fid tn« visit ot Mr Cook was looked forward with interest. He arrived hy_ note car at noon on 'Saturday, cut hisie.u oL' the official receptioji.-behrg held the Town Hall a? -waS tmdersjood. Cook was taken direct to hie rlo-p^ai and was entertained at dinner alo.u ; with the visiting bandsmen. l;i< | Mayor (Cr. Freeman), on behalf of tin i citizens, extended a welcome to M ' Cook, and the president (Mr Area i call) 'thanked him for coming ro C.i? j tlemaine to assist tae Hospital. M | Cook, in his reply, referred elor.uenri; ; to the part take...

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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS KILLED IN ACTION. PRIVATE ROY IRELAND. THREE MALDON BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

CA8TLEMAINE DISTRICT SOLDIERS ? KILLED !1N ACTION. PRIVATE HOY IRELAND. TiBR'EE .MADDON BOYS. Oa Friday, Mr i\V. Ireland, of Flet cher street, was officially informed that Ins eldest son., Private George 'Ireland, had been wounded in action on 27th Sept., and 'was in Hospital in London. Much more painful news was commu nicated to him on Saturday by Rev. F. A. Hagenauer. It was that ;his second son, ,'Private Roy Ireland, had 'been killed in action on 23rd September. Very much sympathy will be felt for ■the sorrowing parents in the loss of such a fine son. ,The deceased was a little over ,20 years cA age, a splendidly built, strapping, young man, and prior to enlistment, he was an apprentice in the moulding shop at Thoni pson's Foundry. 'In company with lvis bro ther, lie enlisted about. 'IS months ago, and after only three or 'four weeks' training in England, they were drafted to :l'he French 'front. Three IMaldon soldiers have been killed in action in France, viz., Privates 'Charle...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOSPITAL GALA SPLENDID SUCCESS. GRATIFYING FINANCIAL RESULT. (EXCELLENT PROCESSION. SPORTS LARGELY PATRONISED. TOWN HALL CONCERT CROWDED. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

THE HOSPITAL GALA + SPLEXDiBD .SUCCESS. CTiATIiJV.IXG IXXAXC'JAb RESULT. (EXOEL'LEXT 'PROCESSION*. •SPORTS DA'RGELY PATRO.X'ISED. TOWN" H'A'LL COXCERT CROWDED. ■For the .first lime for several months the week-end was line, at least it was till Saturday night, 'when light rain fell. The wea'cher favored the Hospital ^ala, and a very gratifying financial success was the result. The procession on Saturday was one of 'the best we have had -hero, 'the attendance a1. the sports on the -Camp -Reserve was large, and the Town Hall was crowded in j every part at tho .concert at night. It 1 was a very successful gala, as it deser-j ved to ibe. The committees had been J working at high speed for weeks to ensure success, •particularly the gene ral secretaries, Messrs. Baker and •Tolstrup, and .the ladies' secretary. .Mrs Lancashire. The ladies entered • into the movement with characteristic enthusiasm, and through their efforts ■in running booths, etc., on the ground the receipts wore very much ...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE 4 GUIL'DFOIfcD. A year or two ago any person who possessed a small herd of cows would give away a bull calf for nothing, and would let a buyer have the pick of the calves for about half-a-crown, but this year calves an calves, and are treas ured like gold dust. It is astonishing; what a lar<!T? number of cattle have been bough: and raknn away by vari ous cattle buyers 'from this district, but there is still a'fair number aboux. judging by the herds which roam 'the streets and lanes. One 'buyer, Mr Tho mas. of Drummond, has taken away over 1000 heiul within 'twelve months, disposing; of them mainly ;it Kyiuuon market, but he continues to arrive at intervals, and leaves with a few more. Small poddies at the high figure of £."> and ;hcse over twelve 'months old rvt '10/ will give- some idea of the high prices obtained. The local guardian of the peace, Cj 11 stable Gill, lias returned to the township this week, having; been on duty in 'Melbourne dur...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED CROSS SOCIETY. HARCOURT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

RED GROSS SOCIETY. ? HARCOURT 13 RAX OH. The following goods were sent from ■Barker's 'Crock to the Lady Mayoress: —Ill flannel shirts, '1 scarf, 7 -pairs j socks, and ibooks. i iProm A.X.A. Hall, .-Harcourt, to Lady .'Mayoress :—,17 'flannel shirts, 1 scar.f, 1 iflavmel, 1 cake of soa.p, and eig'lit pairs socks, also 7-5 dozen egg's to YJM.iC.A., .St. Kilda Road. The visi't of Mrs 1-Iarwson, the aion. ihranch organiser of the Lady 'Mayor ess's League, has been postponed -from (Wednesday next 'to a date to 'he 'fixed. '! '

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

O.IA i.'DOX'. •Mr rHug-hes, the Prime i.Ministor, who ■ivp.s unable ;o give the address at Hie .Maldon .Haspiial •Sunday gathering 011 tin; instant. ,has arranged witill Sena-:or Po.iree. 'Minister :'or Defence,, u take his place. Under the will of the hue .Mrs D. R. Oswald bcr>uciv,s of .L'-SO each have been made to the Maldon Hospital and the .Susicnfai'.ou Fund of the .Maldon bra01' :he F.-M.E.A. i.M" X. i.U(i.Millan, who recently lost the Kl.ght or o:ie eye ,by an accident ;at Oswald's -Xorth 'British gold mine last. June, has received tlie -sum of ;£13S in settlement, under the Workers' Com pensation 'Act. •A'i a, L-ocial lield in connection with '.he .Maldon •Congregational Church, it I was reported that, a profit of JMOO had been made from the recent, fair held, and the president -(iMrs D. "Morgan) and secretary (Mrs A. G. Williams) vrere presented with -tokens of esteem .for their splendid work, and a silver fruit dis'h was presented to'Mr and Mrs :S. 'IBlackmore as a wed...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS ST. MARY'S QUEEN COMPETITION. PICTURE SHOW—ROYAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

ENTERTAINMENTS -4 ST. .MARY'S QUE'IDX .COMPETITION. IPICTUKE SHOW—JROYvVL 'HALL. A queen competition is being conduc ted in aid of 'St. .Mary's c!hurch fund, and the queens and their supporters are now ihard at work. The Queen of Castlemaine (Miss ©afey (Muirhead) is first in the field with a picture show in the Royal .H-all 011 'Wednesday evening next. A special picture :has 'been pro cured i'or 'the occasion, in order to at tract a crowded house. It is a magni ficent Metro masterpiece, featuring the incomparable Olga Petrova, entitled Waiting Soul. It is a 'touching story, beautifully staged. It''tells of a young •wife who falls in love with a married man, and a divorce follows. She leaves for'England with her lover. The usu al ending conies, and she is deserted. After a struggle., she .becomes a nurse in a hospital, and loves the profession. She nurses a rich young American, and 'they fall 'in love witih each other, and they .marry. Subsequent event? are powerful in their 'intere...

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Russia GERMAN FLEET IN THE BALTIC. ISLANDS CAPTURED AND OCCUPIED. RUSSIA'S POSITION MENACED. THE GOVERNMENT'S DECISION. POLITICS SACRIFICED TO DEFENCE. (Reuter.) [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

geittux fleet in the baltic. islands captured and occu PIED. RUSSIA'S POSITION MENACED. THE G0 YERN3IENT'S DECISION. POLITICS SACRIFICED TO DEFENCE. (Reuter.) A "Russian communique says :—The enemy landed in one or two divisions on the islands of Oesel and 'Dago, at the -mouth of the Gulf of Higa. The debarkation was carried out. with ex traordinary rapidity. The capture of these islands will deprive us of our hitherto predominant position in 'the Gulf of -Riga, and indicates 'that A'resh enemy operations are being prepared in t'he direction of-Hapsal. These ev ents may have reference to ihe situa tion in t'hc i.egewold region, where a change of front, will be necessary, bringing w. nearer to AVenden-Falk line. The Government has decided to pur aside all political and domestic affairs, and concentrate all its strength in the defence of the country.

Publication Title: Castlemaine Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

IT 2-XE- iDOTOL'fo'tj O-O ,*fco \V. F. Newham's ^ jsa-sFg?© SL2.-2.el. "Vs&:s?:iL©cL „£i, £3 Si ©3?tl£l ©S2-"ti OF UP-TO-DATE GOODS. hlRISmS PRE SOTS FOll THE BOYS AT THE FRONT AT ! ONCE. LUEST X0VEL3 ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST MAGAZINES AXD WEEKLY PAPERS. 4% JIILES >'OX-ST0P RUN—WORLD'S RECORD. tedster Touring Car Uil,0.L !Il!;iM»i{iCEl> CAR FEATURES, ALL INCLUDED FOB & 2do. ;fi.Lini£ Aal) etery REFINEMENT OF CAfcw SELL AT T'iVICE ITS PRICE. llie man Tvitli the iiirht on Inb W-lzine. v"',lle §ai'«« of lubrieut 9V,£'P «i JiMizuse, i:rxs ARKAX. -'iii-: biters. i l''ec£ric 'up. (dear Wider front and rear seaf?. Aiumhiiuni transmission lio::sii:£. 2hin(!soi*ie roiiiuled radiator <t hood. Robe rail, "ivith bade or front i^cat leather covered. J;si covered running: Gourds and lloorbonrds. tHMak' oii fransre. reaped, {"sfp.J sU'cJ firroiitrhom' Easy rhtia:: avid ]);arvei3ens flexibil ity. Unusual jiov.cr on bills and in sand. Ability to hold the I'oad at spe...

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MINES OFF THE COAST ENEMY ACTIVITY LOSS OF THE CUMBERLAND. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Castlemaine Mail — 15 October 1917

MINES OFF THE COAST ^ EXE MY A€Til'Y:lTY. ■LOSS" OF THE <CU MBERLAXD. SYDNEY, Sr. unlay. That tile Cumberland disaster was j due to a mine of enemy origin, and no'. io an internal explosion, is a view J which is supported by tiie discovery of I the mine in t-he track of the regular j coasters. When the 'Cumberland met j with disaster i: was on its way to .Mel-j bourne, and the explosion occurred i when the vessel was oft Gabo Island. It.blew a hole in the vessel's side. The; steamer had to be beached, and even tually became a total loss. According to 'the announcement by .Mr J. Cook. Minister for the X.ivy. mine sweepers 'gathered up the mine close to the spot where the Cumber la.nd's explosion took place. That vessel was on its usual course, and1 was followed by many other ships. Apparently there was only one dan-i •jrer spot, and these vessels passed! through 'it. Whether the Cumberland c:ra,-k a mine or not. has never been i oilicialiy stated, but in evidence given' be...

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