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CANDIDATES FOR MUNICIPAL HONOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

p4yrjDTOAs IoOu JNTO19 41TklfONcunS. We re vinformod that g. pujbInj mseting vill be held oti Tuosday.cvoning, fir Ith purposeo of solcotilg .cetlenen,e : and requestilng that they w?ill all~,w. themsolves to be nominated for the enasuilg eled tio,. ,' ,I+: . . '+ +-r..? _ +?? : t •

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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SYDNEY SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

SYDNK? 8?lI(0OIl OF ATtS. h'ehave to'ankncolwlge the receipt of the aunial report of the Sydneoy Mechanics' School of Arts for the year cndimg, 173. .1 i a vory. nleatly· isited mphlet of tweslty palgae issued from the 'i .ihii..tu'i Prialtlna o0liec. .' The .report stttes _ h2:inett;t?af'is n a. very jiosl·eous etate, Ad'the inhmembers on the.bohoks at the lose of the ear numeredl 140(, to whonm 58,4(00 volumes weze ued.. In referring to thuinc|reased progress of institute every year, the report utates that the nucleus of it was formed by a baud of Scotch migrasnt mechanics, who, on arriveal at the port .detumned_ upon qontinuing a course of mutual qstruetion ougased la oi Use voyage, .... • ? S r ..- Ac ENTt.h TO dMI. T?et1NU.1.... - c(jte5luLrcid out of danger by+ Dr. Schrader (wlin has bVun uniimxuitti ix inl, Il ttuetiti.txsu ce liMi i ididst),li asd is inI t very.fair way- towards recovery. ]-i received Cl'y severo sholncJk to his systw'IrLy the Sll,-ajnd ! t wjhl be s.olne ti...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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NEW SAW MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

* ±EUW'UW MILL. Y e are informlod .tlia '.. a n opl otsition R.w mjl is abbout to be atartod at T'lckh1ole, nlear Mr. Steel'i .noted,mill, by a company of auovral gentlemenl, who have been induced to expont).a litile capital, con viuacod that they will do wuell, from the great timber tratio thatb ia done in thi dlatriect,

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HUME AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

]IiTMlI AOMiN. 1t transpiredl in thu Legislative ,Assemnily oa Tues lday rigitthat; the Government havo done znothin as yet in regard to litting out~t parrty to Lo to th resoue of OlasaRn; the all]eged surviv-or of Le;ch :harldt's party. ''heo Minister for Lauds totally dis beleves Hurnme's' story, .but he intends to briiig the niatter lIueore thl, Ciovernmnent; and when it has beeIl cLns:drel d,;rianswer will-bo given to HIume .a to whether the G?overnmenwiiI seund him ba.k tuo nake a firthler sRteruh fir the Leiluhlardt irelics r" not. .bl.antime, accor lung to a stitereent of :iMr. Jo,|l ItobLi.t?son, tbire a, e nman,l- purns wno Iheteve in liino'se stolry, -*ud who are willing t. .:u~Isc:ri,u tow;rds ftittiug out a earch party, and there are many young men suitable for the dutyl who are willing to accomlJaey Hiumu in his scarch.

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AN UNWELCOME VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 21 March 1874

ANs UNWEcLCoMEr VJHITOI(: ..: Oja 'Ilu I.daur ,y af?te'wuoi, as ti( pinople were gather 'ig hor thU futii~rl ol LtoIert' Usald.'s childl a Idlauk niake, 4 f.lt 1nrg, made its u?tipa'ranau on,.the to1p of th~e houLle aund hL.ving :enu'sccu' by .I. hJawald't-dlatiglter, 1 who c?lled' to hter father, lut dis'patcediBt .with one of the rice iron, 'tihe only vailale weapona abt hiajtd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

RBobaa.'ad Au.O~ojted, In -bulk or daupo'a! U1UM-Lowndeu' and Lenirin Haib'., 21lap..: OLD) JAMAICA, in L c:ii&S art'.,i in bulk or ~a r *G3NEVA,-Koy or L; D. K. ~?, ~Lago'hn'd mall i contenrts '2 ,SCHNAFI'S-Wui~lul'a Bla~nk~rhdoinr aodpi2~olt' Apoma·tic (clijidalr, OLD ·rOM-iir It. Biarnott'n Rta~io 'r~i!azrcua Co., and Lowudeso' ~ WINMtS-j'ort arid Sherry. Tatanu quaplit~iisf Ditto-Auarattljan, Carwlicba4.'l'a l'oz1byryj WIp4d barn's Daiweood, arid Doyle'. Kalouadab~~ ~ Ditto-Chayi~pgne, Piper. ad Vcrrir'h' A~LUM-Marriana, Joale'. and :uerry~'aI lnrlwgs. band. . , ltto-MY. B. Foster and Son'a, Ifeqn~p)'a4,Bam'a;: ~Doveniar ant Allaip'., in tnittlo Dltto--Caatlcmalrt Bravetry. XXIO 'ddArn~b~i': ~I'OR1'Mlt-Ditto, ·w, In bulk` and .bottle~'l -i' Ditto BIood. BIyaa's. Onninue', andd Plyi )zaL, In bottla TBA -bal-hctaandboxes. SUGAIIs-wbite, Cryatal, Yellow', andh~LiitkbrirS: .COIVBU-Ra aP~ nd Oroand. rl,.; 2-~~ .Y. 2.. TOBACCO--Caycridish, balvoy. .tcrraI~g goh(l( .Sa Icka~t p...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

WIT A'IND HUMOUR An old gentleman in Virginia bhoght, him°. self a residence near the burying-ground,; " so as to have Quiet neighbours who'd mind their oun blusineus." SJosh Billings says; " I have often been told fiat tise bett way is to take a bull by the horns; but I think in many instances I should prefer she tail hold." " 'Papa, are you growing taller allI the tihed' "No, my child; why do you atk 1" ' 'Caise the top of your head is poking uip throigh you hair." Happy is the country thast bha no history, as the schoolboy said, on being flogged' the third time for not knowinug the m?ideusinamg of George Washingtoun'u wife........ & German writing from Philadelphia to an Amrican friend who w?s in Girmaunuyon a yi;it; concluded his'letter thuse: " If 1 tis till I dies, tell my frienuds at homen that I shall visit mein faterland pofore I leaves" Phit d·lphla." Little Tommy thinks he got :the inside track of the railway guard the othsr:' day, when he took a train without any...

Publication Title: Miners' Advocate And Northumberland Recorder
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TO OUR SUBSCRIBES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

S.. D OU1 I SUBCORIBIS. i b4cribera? 6ailng top,,tec?aiva their :copieys wil or to any of our Agults, whoe utnames are , ,otitied orpage4.. . i I lORTIIUMBERLA ND RECORDER. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 25, 1874.

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BURWOOD IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

BI DURWOOD MPROVMNT sv1~ o DI~io ~IPT . , a rt. :, • oOCIPTY. Tm following s continuation o~ the article lpublished in our last' -- . ,: (,To, he ?EdiLtor of She Stare of Hlope.). Sa,- In my. last I gve a tiefldeeriptiop-o of how the ,klartley Kerosrea...b ale -swme into inotice? anhdihow itwas afterwardsdie? covered: to :beerying: in a regular soeam-. shall nbo endeavour to give a:descriptiou of. how. it it s uhined.& But, :ibefore .proe*ed to 'this,,,I .must. inform you that after.: being satisfed a. to the ozimience of. eeum, we soughtt the ]oweit lovel i posiiblle in. order to get:at the'ehale.by tunnelling. Conequsnatly we started a tuinnel,; whiok afterwards proved td us..beyonid doubS, that: we had chosen the bdet place for.:it for here we feoundl .gentle rise fromnthe creek right under the monatain;. w-hich wree sufficient to drain the seam. Well, after, finding theseam here,,the. mzt.question was, :how to reaodrve ,it. ...We :could asthe, blucks before.us'withitheli...

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THE GRAND [?]EMONSTRATION OF MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

THE GRAND i / i iMONESrRATIoN Or MIINE?t. i ?o?meltime past the proposed demon9, ration to celebrate thoe agreement entered tobetween the coal proprietors and the ailminers of? this district has been the pre diling t.pic,,and.these who looked forward it as something to far exceed any previous nmbnotraioh', lt.te" minersc' bave beei ghly 'gftifdd ide'd, for withiout a doubt was the grdndbst spectacle tlhat has been n i'n N oaest1le; nd every-'ne&iho'wit ,a.?ssed it must have been struck with admir in. to :see the .stalwart, respectably ossed ?.ie anmarch from- the rendezvous to' teplaoce of: ieeting. : The object for which itgw dggesicalled w'ias iii itselfa. noble i, iniasmuch as it sa)owsto the, .world thliat, jworking men, they are prepared to give . aise 1top, ! e e :plmasters wlo . assisted; in rkiang an agreemeut whlereby. dispultes mnay. a settled otherwise thie' by. strikes. It iquires no argumention our part to show ,at strikqs pro rwinous alike :.to capital and 'bou...

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THE COST OF COAL. THE EFFECT OF THE MINERS' STRIKE ON THE COAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

'TLUE COST OF COAL. THlE EFFECT OF. TIE MINERS' STRIKE ON .THE COAL MARIKE. (Fiom tiL'Ni'w YorL Iereald, Janf 19) TIIE .neWs Oif.' the great niiilrs' strike in the Wilk?adtrre, Sugar Notch, 1ai'tford, aiid Plynmoutli 'disitits, ptililshed in the Hierild firom 'dlajr "diy, has. eixcited a griat "deal of interest amniing the coal comipanies iti thidi 'city, particularly aimong toiise who belong to the 'famrued '" comibifnation.n" . A HeCrald rie? porter colverised, with theo pisidents and othdr o'flicis 'of tleo leading coimpanies oi Satutirday, and eliciitedi fais anild hiiits wlicii' are i;f grean 'intnrest in view of thie ,o?v?rfil " comrblla tlion" which has beeni formed'for tire ostensi ible puirpo?ie o liiimitiibg the prdilutioin of. an thracite coal anrid :maintaining its price at a litirig? 'rg e:~, ' . ..:. . . '' . Mr. $loan, the Piresident of the' Seranton' Coal Company, at th,. ecirner of Willihm street aiid Exchlange jiace, gate his 'Views 'ea ily. R Rporter: What will be...

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PRELIMINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

e PRELIMINARY. fter the arrival of the train from: Wall end .(as preicii2y arrangfed') tlo- Delegates lda mei e-tiig a"Mr. Ow~eri'si Hotel, Honey sukle Point. Presenit: Messrs. Thomas Alnick,"'Digtrict Chairmian; John Wood, Gi.neral Secretary; Enoch Davies, District Cliairman; Price, "Borehole; J. Morgan, ?Whllsend.; .Winterbottom, Waratah; J. M'iWilliams: 'Lambton.-" J : Hrdy, ' :New Lamubton; and J. Summers, Co-operative. SMr. A LNswxaK presided, and said their busi iness was to 'arrange'forrmal' matters and 'to decide the order of the specakers.,. He believed the vursons colliery nianagers would be pre 's.ent that day; and he was pleased to inform them that three gentlemen'were ;there from 1y~dney, viz., Mr. Wiundon, Chairman of the Eight'hour Conference; Mr. Millar,. Chair ainn of the Trades and Labour Council ;.and MC. Garrard, a Delegate from the Ironworkers Adsociation. He felt °proud of tlhe visit o these gentlemenn, which showed that they had not forgotten them, and he than...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

f' RI4YK'ET. ON'Saturday last::a Cticket matclihtook place ,n tihe Wh|lsend'd cricket 'ground': betweeni elovni 'of thd Rose inh'ilThistl'Olub and- an' equal, number of 'the, Lancers'Olub,· hich're'' 'sulteil iln a victory for the' former:': . .' '. , .. . ' r Rone AMfD TH &'- ' . , Wv Andre~s, b,. J .' . houns...;.... ...;., R. Strattleld, eT Abol, b J. Thomas...; ,'3 . J. evonr .b..' beJ; Thoma. , .. r : 'A' Xnl l'gle'b.T ~tliell' " . "' '''~"2 E .?1Andrw, nutout.o '... ... . ' ,JlFlejeher, )iJ. Tihomnas... 7Kg W ila'ns, iu'n cuht...' "- ".:?..,-0 " " * W. Galtdh run out.. .. O ,. ¢.) ; . .. . . , . . Vial, b.'J. Thom ae'.. ,... ' ..... '3 A &i, Laughlin,.b IT. Abell....:...... - • o-.?i .. .*diM~u tiir i':bl~.i ;':.o"..'?... • ..·l-: timi- g 09 1 , ootal.. *..l. .* 8 , . 'R&'Siratfield i), '. A b~ll:..'l l "I... : '2-,:? i:' -. '. A drcws 'ru o ..t ..". .. ... ?..'ingie, 13 T.'Aih ... ...... .. ... ]7 , :1tWilliam l , 'J.'lThoninii a '? ., ,.. 112 -Jg, Dev...

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ORDER OF THE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

ORDER OF THE PROCESSION. B~ thistime (1 m i&.n i the special: trains from the various colliery townships. had arrived, accompanied by the different bands provided, and the great crowd commenced, at once to form into procession with admirable arrangement, each lodge being shepherded by' six marshals, who were appointed tb direct "the wholoe3iroceedipgs. ' The Borehole miners' led the van, with the Hr?dilton brass band in front; the Wallsend and Co-operative came next, with the Wallsend band (who appeared for the first time in their new uniforn's, admirably made by Mr. Geo. Edmonds, ot _NecastIef"anhd certainly' does, him credit) Lamlton and WVar;iitah followed, they having between them engaiged the LambtonIGermana band; while the New Lambton and Anvil Creek and Greta men brought up the rear, with 'the 'Lambton 'band. . ... 3 The managers of the various collieries joined the procession' opposite. Tatteresall's Hotel, and walked alongside to the ground. Those we noticed were Me...

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THE BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

THE BU 8 H-RANC . BY HAL. WALSTAB., . -': r CHAPTn VIII. (Contlinued.) ;"' Bhl wmas all I had to care for;;.aild I:thin: I loved this silesnt, reserved woman perhap,. : evea'bettor than if she had been a gyer, asu., . brighter, eompanion, the more so, perhaps,' that I kinew she had no one else to love heur but mylsulf, the more, too, perhaps, that my dream of friondship had faded away in dis-; appoitnoeat; for Huntley neorver wrote as he Spruamied, and nine. months passed, ,anud' 1 hear. nothing of him, and we .:led lour old dreary life together." ,.,i, The sick man took John Cardwell's, hand;: othe poio&wasted lips, quivered.i1. i ..: -.: ,! " My kiud friend, do you wonder that ,1 alinost cured the God who made me, when, oue eveung, upon my roturn from basinase, 'the serant, .with rather a SRcared> face, put into my hand a note to her mistressa, she said, had -left for me; and, opeuing'.it, I fuind that.the only relation I had in the world, the only ono that remained to ...

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CONFERENCE OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

CoNFE1hiLFiNoF OFEEG A'rS " 'After the proceeidiniigrs abLove :reportedl.ae meetifig of :.the .iDele'ates of. the Ivu.ious dollierios; nild Messrs:\Vindon, Millar, and 'fariard,' ,took pllco i ata Mr. Alhx; Wttitts Hliitel,: to.,considcir,. mutters :pertaining . to tihl sro.dde ,-andi '.L.abbur i?.ouimtnl at of ONew. 1t8 ith, Vales;annd ttpiepratc.idabilty of form 'iiua' hraniIuch ;.iir .Newcnasti e; - Mr. Windoei. oc'cupied thledchalir,. and .briefly stated. at faew "hteiLesting 'lcts respectingJ the .rrade:and. Labour ouncil.., ..... .: . . '; !Mr.W0xl?'HaWlnwanOTTO lssaid. ihe.i.: had: .bledt: a ,inotioin fat the'd)elegfiate nieetiig. tfhe.oither,. diti oni this , subj ldt itnd,: he:r be teved all tlhe loleg'tes wouild do whet the31. olldtutd ttr.widrd any. novraldiit"df thism kindt did hle iuped a briiohl ,wodild.be formied in. "Nhw~edti tle.r-,.v,, .,i il;, ai in,,is i a+,, ,;..':W.+ t?t"V oouo thoulih-t tltdit a oomununity..ol i,]orttance, like llNewcamstle, ashould have a: ":...

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POETRY. KATE OF BALLYSHANNY. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

P O E T'R Y KATE OF BALLYSHANNY. Seek up ad down, both fair and brown, We've putarty lasese many, O; - But brown or fair, one girl most rare, The Flow'r o' Ballyshanny O. 'ai straight is she au poplar tree, S(Thio' not as amisy shaken O), And welks so proud among the crowd, - or queen she might he taken O. From top to too, whero'er you gq,. S - The loveliest girl of any - S Ochone ! your mind I find unkind, - Sweet Kate o' Ballyahanny, O! SOne summer day, the beaks were gay, T" e Brue in sntshine glancin' there, SThe big eanoade its meusic playel, And st the salmuon dancin' there. Aloag the green my Joy wee seen; . home goh ent bright I thought her there The bis hem, too, awam i o e to view : : Her image in the water there . From top to too, wh,,re'er you go,' The lovlijt girl of any 0.--. - S Oc;one ! your mind I find nukind, Sweet Kate o' nallyshanny, O My dear, give ear l-the river's near, a- Al if yea think I'm shamnmnin' now, To ened my grief I'll seek relief ' " Amoag the trou...

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NEWCASTLE SHIPPING. VESSELS LOADING AND TO LOAD. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

VI SSULS * -O. AA4^ l | TBssaLs 1.6AerNG AND TO obA1' 'waU, ship, 1190, ClO. e i' to lodlrWallsend : ., ranild, ship, 1Is;llBrkine; to load VWaIli'end .i KR?id, Awericau ship, 1400, Crowell; to load Wallsond at Castle, ship, 100S, Culbert; to load Co.-opea tiv tar, Amarican ship, 1279, auraloy ; to loand Walluend.. :'lmaudr. MAwiricanahip, I55 ; Wilooimb ; to load Whllad " .... - -d :armuir, ship, i0C4, Maxted ; loading NYew Lawolitim" saaise, Ireneh harque, Grmi ai riua,.bartne, 417, Windsdor; t loul A. A. Co. s-14, .rench barque, 3S60, Brtand ; to load Lernbton - vert, barque, 420, Martir; to loaulA. A. Co. i" Trles Augu.te, Frieich barque, 761, CJarel; to ;lead New L.ambton , "barque, 41S, Irrine Ihkagar, bariquo, 4614, Kelly ; to load Co-opera ate, bsarue, 789, lD)ujhty ; to load New Lamb aiurngtou, ship, 599, Multro ; to load Wallsendm g, barque, 446.-Fielding; loading Co-operative' as Rovar, blarque, Joes; to load Wallsend ssel Castle, barquu, »316,M'Intjre 1 5 elle, brig, 260...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

BTBAM TO. SYDNEIY ~an u: ..... !Y X l M' ' -A'"?' I '" U 8T-EAM SR · NB~~ O. Buon, Commander, . r_.. 8,tamerz' Wharf every TUEUSD41. .W., ED" NESDAY; THUIL?SI)AY'Y,- FRIDAY, "nid' SATURDALY 'NIGHTS, irl;': · ~-`' To N~vaStle every TUESDAY.- W'EDNESDAY, THURSDAY,. FRIDAY, . and :SA.TURDA-Y. BoaTNflIGS, ast , i.., hi tiig2AEs (Single Ticket)* d as : Fo . .U.iI , l . c"i " .. d k 7: 6 .. . yAfrn, Tic;keb: (available!for: 14Dayus). . !. Sa·loon. ,... ... .... .08."... .,. .Od., .. rVixsetteb:/t g 'Pm:ipatian y '& - Uie~e R.cw ' BENRy'7PILE, -id swli: .r;... r..... A.....O.. IgI. xA~ .OrO . 5 ,3 , ,L . .Paten1i .har.Syny. Goo~i~vomen for E~er O~apita~uiets A. I-TB-ROOMRD COI'AGEII FOR S.LEl.in Ea4 rhr " .e ,l Wter One s oI.. -J*w : I O'S :hSO!E ItIed. Jd A' .OOD OUR.ROOAICD O¶?'or tihith~d? "d *tiheoiornor.of How?o?and More?. dia treeting: hmtapoaf Apply to- p tq-, F : TowakiY frtf.hrrge. . . : ... M ' ...I & o ' fi) r ,?thca :.. Or~eawto alOntAI7AUT~Adik at:nyzdaee dotsa...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Miners' Advocate and Northumberland Recorder — 25 March 1874

rrespondents ,ra.re~eauetod .to. adhero. to the Sfollqo wing ugIestionel to ensure ilnertion : 'To Wito?ly ou one side of the paper. to wrtilri i cleair and distinct Eharacntecrs, and to avoid all scurrility or offensire personali:ty. IEae?!'i w'riter will belurquired to forward hiu?s or' i her ·same: nor nece.sarily for publication, but? asia guarintnsdrtgaod faith.

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