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"QUIET AND CHEERFUL"? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

" QUIET AND CHEERFUL " f Tho doctor had told Mrs. Clack tha' fier husband was to be " kept quiet atu alu'erful," but on making his next cat iic* didn't appear to bo altogether satis lied. *' Ydur husband doesn't seem so wel this morning, Mrs. Clack," ho observed ' Ho seems to be somewhat low-spirib t>d. I'm rather surprised." " An' so am I,M ejaculated tho lady " Remembering what you said, I did 1115 liest, an' I'm sure he'd nothing but th< best o' quiet company yesterday. 01 course, nobody can't bo cheerful with Dut a bit o' company " "Just so," interrupted tho doctor "May I ask who called?" ** Well, there was old Mrs, Grim wot's buried three 'unhands an' is ver\ consoling. She chat tod to him for haM an hour or so. Then Lawyer Smart called to see if 'o thought about mak ing a will, which, as I soz, it's about time 'o did. " Aftor that old Skinnor, the under taker, wot ain't spoko to Clack for years, called to sortor make friends wi "im afore it wor too late. A3 I sai...

Underground. MODERN NEW YORK LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Underground. ? -f : wonr.HN nf.w voruc J.jkr. In an illustrated article in the popular '"Mechanics Maga/ine," Mr. Leo ];. Holding-, states that from a million nnd n half to a million and 1 hrco-quarhTS of U»«? iv»dd«»nts of Xmv York spend a portion uf 'each d«y underground, and many thousands comn to Iho surface so rarely that (.ho light, of day ItlindK them when th^y rendi it, !>i>cu;:s ing this phase of modern city Uf'-, Mr. Redding continues :-So accus tomed hn.s N>w York Ikvoiiio to t.hc idea of living underground th.it only a feu dnys ago a public cole* bra? ion wns hold when a new under ground passageway was opened. This newest, tunnel, costing mnny thousands <>f dollars, w\ir dug lo give tho people who livo near tho Hudson Ki\cr and in the neiyh bourhood of 1 1 st Street an op portunity lo pass beneath the hilla from their home to the subway, by which moans tiny travel to tho Jou'fT cm! of Manhattan Islam!, to iVooklyn, by means of a transfer, to New .J...

Why We are Losing Our Touch. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Why We are Losing Our Touch. Tho s^nso ut t<uu-U is voty likely In a 1<»M art. A thousand Ia!tf)"r sn .. in.^ dr\ i<vs now I akc t lv» I lace t»f motions which formerly ro ijiijrcfl (hftnoss and .skill, Mannnl «H\lcr*ity is i% it 1 pla«C to men tal £ and one of lh<* nmst poiont factors in t h*» upbuilding of, ri v j 1 jolt is l>ein£ abandoned. The efloct of this has ]n-cn made clear l.y the n»st Irs^iM'ss of Mtsiie^s men nnd thr> absence of any <.O release t heir nervous energy. N'rrvoii:; (Mi'r;'y is misapplied nil loss I here in soui" nctunt uhvsicalj out Id. Tho nervous em-rirv ot' rn/i'e [ finds its rt'lir] in stamping of flic font or in pounding the table with one's 1st ; thi» ner\ous iMi'Tcy of griet finds r»'!ui: si<>n in tears; (ho nervous onerg\ of suspense show's ilsep in a lewiish pacing to and fro ; th" nervous energy oj* joy jn <(uie rlu I hmic movement s, ' for, as tho phrase goes, "w...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Miss 1L W. P ATI SON, COWFECTIOWER A&D FRUITERER, MAIN STREET. DROUIN. tKUiiS IN SEASON, SUMMER UK INKS AND BEST BRANDS CONFCTIONERY REGULARLY KEPT IN STOCK. | MOTHER'S FKIEND Pedic Pomade for the Head, Strikes Infesting Vermin 1>CU<1. One application ileBtroye vermin. kills nits, lic:ils sores, cures ringworm, ;>ud makeB the hair grow thick, strong .ami curly. Also for Vermin on l'igj, Poultry, Cattle and Horses. A. It. Henderson, Tim Quality Store, sella Peilic, Is, it, 3s Gil, sunl pack with Nit Comb 6d more. ed THE BEST !N THE WORLD tiie] . I London Directory (Published Annually.) Enables trailers throughout the World t.i communicate with English RInntif;t< fui't;i'K Dealers in ench class of goods. Resides being » complete commercial guide to London and i its suburbs, the directory contains li ta of K\lH)i't iUercliaiils with lite Goods they ship, add tito Colonial I and I'm dun Mtrkets I hey supply j Sl<'uiu»liiji I.tins u.-ranged ...

LACE INDUSTRY FOR QUEBEC. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

.ACM INIHiSTHV T-'OI! qrKliEC. To tin.* many flourishing indust ries of the Province of Quubec, Canada, it is possible that the manufacture I of )ii<v, nnd lace-making machinery, | may soon be added. Two loading J Uritish hire manufacf urers, Mr. P. J. .Innline, M.P., and Mr. ).). djw djne, who employ some lioon work pi-s in Not.t in^ham. have recently | paid a visit to Canada for th'1 ex j press purpose of ascj-rt aining who j I her 11n* tinw is i*ip*» for the c.stab | lishment t>f tins industry in the . Canadian nonunion. It, is thought. : that tlio tnriiT »t pn-sent in force. is scarcely high enough to warrant | fs'ich nu undertaking without .some ! (lo\erune'iit concession, but hopes i ar«» ontert ainrd that such n con I c^sion may he secured as to «n j sure t lie founding of a lace indus try in the Province of (Quebec on a pro "table basis. The magnificent water powers of this prnvine* great ly fa -our manufacturing* e»Urpri*e.

Dr. A. R. Wallace. DEATH OF A FAMOUS SCIENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Dr. A. R. Wallace. DEATH <>K A KA.MorS S<M KNTI ST. Pr. Alfred Kussell Wallace, * ho I associate of Parwin, Spencer, and1 Huxley as a pioneer of t he t heorv, of evolution, died at. his home, ul<l( Orrhor«l. Pro-Mist OMP, Wimborne, Dorsetshire, in bis i>12nH yi'jir. Pr. Alfred 1I uss' I Wallace war tha son of a J.nndon lawyer. His fath'T, whose means won? not sufli cient. to provide for t ho upkeep of a larpv fn mily in J,<mdon, moved to j the town of VsU. in Monmouthshire, and here the man who, along- with Charles Darwin, was to startle the whole thinking world first, saw the light. Wallace re: eivrU his early pdnrati on at Hereford (irammnr School. t "THE SURVIVAL OF TIIIO FITTEST." "In ISol he left. Britain, and,, travelling east\«.ards, nrrivod ai ? Singapore, wh<-re he was to he$;in ' his eight years' wanderings nmongst. i the islands of the Malay Archipela- I go, an account of which is rocordcd ! in his most popular ...

POST FOR EVERYONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

TOST FOR I:\ I:uvi Most blind anil deal people an not noarly so sensitive about th'ii alPictions as we think they are. Tin ' lV;if Times,' for instance, tells this story. The raihvav chairman was explain inijf his re-orpanlsation of the start, unci came to Sprigs. The chief shareholder gasped "Sprigs ! What on earth can h< do? Why, ho i* so deaf that ht can't hear thunder ! What post have you given him ?" "1 think you will agree." returner l.ho .I'hairnian, stillly, "th;it the di thoroughly. Mr. Sprites will at tend each (Jay and hear all com* plaints from passengers " "I've K<'t a poem," he said. \\ her lie had secured tlie attention of tlu cnitor. "Sly dear sir, that pigeon-hole is filled with poems awaiting ptiblica tion." "Hut this describes tin- virtues ol the Ache IVstroyer. and 1 "ill pa\ five shillings a line to have it printed," said 1 lie author. "Ah, charming ! I'm f;lad to set you turn your attention to verse. 1 wish all had your Kift." To prevent t...

Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Rainfall. f lowing is the rainfall reis * Kumbad.-." Jindivick for t i hof Feb.. '914: - 06 11 "otal ... 17 Rainfall since 1st January, 3.35. The following rainfall was re at the Drouin Post Offic- fur the month of Feb. s ... ... ... '3 9 ... ... ... no 1 -ml ... ... 0 22 Rainfall since 1st January 1.1 . Trt.ii! for Feb., 1913-2.03.

A DOSE OF LAUDANUM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

A DOSE OF L/J'UAXU.M. Sir Conan Doyle, on being usk«'d wh\ ? W: gave lip the practice of nuuicin', replied that it was too hard v.oik, :i,.j related a story. The doctori uv*t cm \ took place on a cold January mid night : - The jangle of the door-h,»!I nvke Tom a sound bleep, and, shivering uj.u van ning, I put my head out of the wiii low and said : "Who's there?" "Doctor/' .said a voice, "ran y«>u oMio to IVter Smiths hou>e at or.cn ? .{is youngest girl has took u d«.->e i.i ;u:danum by mistake l'or paiv^one, ind we're afraid she'll die." "All right, I'll come.*' I .-aid. I dressed and tramped three milos .firoiifrli iho c«>M »wt io Smith's. \ wns \\alf aiT hour 'tiudVtik^ -. : 1 reached Smith's. The house was danc -shutters all closcd-not a ligut. 1 I ang the hell. No answer. At last a I read stuck itself gingerly out of the vindow in the third story. .. I>o you Dr. Doyle."' it said. '. Yes, lot me in." " OH, no need to come m, doctor, -aid tlio head. 41 Child's all ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

A REMARKABLE CURE S What Clements Tonic can do in ^ restoring the nerves t;> heal.hy power and making llic weakened system strong. P|j A letter in poinl which is worth reading. jij No. 6 Post Office Place, ,1 South Mclb.. 2/7/11. | CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., ij " Vour tonic is one of the quickest ij nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kifuis of doctors' medicares, and got ?sj no relief as I have from your tunic. 2 I could not stand anyone talking to jVl me, or the noise of the town tratlie. 1 lost appetite and weight. I was that $ weak at times & child could push me over. I had to give up work. I lay !l' hour after hour awake, now I can .J go to bed and ilniost sleep at once. 'A My case was one of the worst I ercr ?jjj heard of. I thought I would never V] g*-"* well. I can hardly believe the relief I have got from Clements Totiic. M Nearly all those symptoms I told- you ?A of have left me, and two or three more b:>tlies will make me strong, ij Before this I was going tw...

Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Phases ot the Moon. March- Frst quarte- 5th, 3.3 p 111 , Fiill tii'xin l"2ih, 2.IS p in ; lust quarter 1 Dili, 3.39 a in ; new men 27lli, 4.9 u 111. April-First quarter -till, 5 11a ill ; full in""ii loth, 11.28 p ill ; last quar ter 17tli, 5 02 p in : now union L!5tli, !> 2 1 p in. May -First quarter 3rd, 1.29 p til ; full nio hi 10th, 7.30 a in ; last quarter 1> m. ^ J" ' "'U June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 n ill . filli iiHiun 8 li, 3.18 p ill ; Ifi-i "quarter l(>th, l'l 20 a tn ; new uio>>n llili, 1.33 a m. ?Inly--Fir:'t quarter 1st, 5 21 a ill : full uiiinu 7tl), 11.59 p in : last quarter 15th, 5.31 p mi ; new in > MI 23rd, 12.38 p ni ; first quarter 30ih, 9 51 a in. :\ ii mist-Full tnimii 6th, 10.40 a in; last quarter lltli, 10.5(> a in , new niuMi 21st, 10.2G p in ; first quart r iMili, 2.52 p in. Septetnli r - Full in mil 5th, l'J 2 am; last quarter 13th, 3.18 a ill ; new nvioli 20il). J.S'.l am; first qu.-.iter 2(!th, 10.3 p in. October-Full inonti tth, 3....

Council Meetings, 1914. BULN B[?]LN SHIRE, [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Council Meetings, 1914. ?BULN B! LN SLIIRE, March April M-.y J nne July August . K >eplpml>er N.iVl'lllllGI' N- voinbor Diceinlicr

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Church News. On Sunday last the Harvest Thanksgiving services of the Drouin Presbyterian Church were conducted by the Rev. H. E Hunt, who preached sermons appropriate to tho occasion, the address in the morning being founded on Joshua V., 12, "and tho manna ceased on the morrow after they had eaten ot the old corn of tho land," and his re marks in the evening being based on Galatians VI., 7, "Bo not deceived ; God is not mocked ; for whatevor a man sov, oth, that shall he also reap." Harvest hymns were sung at both services. The church was prettily and tastefully decroated with corn, flowers and evergreens. Conspicuous amongst the display of fruits and vegetables were a large loaf of bread j (designed as a sheaf of wheat) and a cornucopia. There were large 3ongre- | gations. The gifts have been for- 1 warded to the Prosbyterhn Neglected i Children's Homo in Melbourne. I The local Methodist Church was l prettily decorated with harvest ( emblems for the Thanksgiving sor- i vice on Sun...

RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONGWARRY [?]H V. ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONGWARUY SI'H V. ATHLON E. Longwarry South met Athlone on their ground, ;m<l after a most oxcit inggame Longwarry South succeeded in scoring a win. Afternoon tea was served to t)ie visitors. Scores : ^ ^ AiliUmn AUchin ... ... IL Trc.tii w I'll ... ... 11 Glover .. . ... 8 , not out .17 Fuz^rnld Duncan Koliy KunK'inatin Forrest \V(l«.dK buudiivs 0 2 3 0 0 1 9 j Total ... * ... 100 j Bowling- K. Downio 1 for 31, N. I CluMtiliani 0 for 13. G. Downia 0 for 18, j II. Nuil 2 f:»r 18, F. Jt-nkie 4 for 11, II. I Jiirniiin 2 f..r 1. i Lunmvarrv South H. NimI K. Dmviiio G. Dnwiiiu, not out H. Jarmnii N. Cheeiham, not out 19 36 12 20 t> 23 Sundries Totul, 3 wickata for ... 110 Bowling -G. Trendirull 0 for 47, J. D.etv 1 for 33, Julian 2 for 23. The following is a complete list of nil the miucht-s for 1 hu lent. <-f the season. Mntche.i lo In- played on ihe ground i f first-named team : March 7 Lirdner v Longtvarry Sth ISth Poowonc >' Athlono ...

LONGWARRY V. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

LONOWARRY V. WARRAGUL. The above teams finished this match at Warragul on Saturday- last which terminated in a victory for Longwarry. Scores Longwarry Chappell, c Clarke b Brooker 1G Walsh, b Brooker 0 Paternoster, lbw, b Welch 50 Freeman, lbw, b Brooker 25 lioggan, lbw, b Clarke 9 Chisliolm, b Clarke 1 Giddins, st, b Dunn 31 Jamieson, c Clarke b Brooker C Edney, b Stevenson 5 Selk, b Stevenson 11 Steinholdt, not out 2 Sundries 27 Total 1S3 Bowling-Brooker 4 for 31, Clarko 2 for 28. Stevenson 2 for 35, Dunn 1 fo: 23, Welch 1 for 38. Second Innings Chappell, c, b Clarke G Freeman, not out 54 Hoggan, c, b Hollingsworth 37 Giddins,_e, b Clarke 10 Jamieson, b Clarke 21 Edney, b Brooker 0 Sundries 17 Total, 5 wickets for 145 Bowling-Clarke 3 for 30, Brooker 1 for 10, Hollingsworth 1 for 12, Stevenson 0 for 10, Welch 0 for 5, Small 0 for 8, Gallagher 0 for 23, Appleton 0 for 18, Dunn 0 for 12. Warragul Appleton, c, b Selk 26 Small, b Giddins 0 Brooker, b Chappoll 31 Welch, b Paternoster 0...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The Gippsland and Northern Co jpixutive Selling Co., Lt3., report under date of 19th February : Butter- here was a good demand for choicest butter again this week. We quote:-Choicest sold Is, choice 11 Ad to llj^d, good to prime lOMd, seconds lOHd. The price for separa tors and d liries remains unchanged selling at 9>d to 10d, and 7}-<>d to 8d respectively. Cheese-The demand is good for prime new cheese, loaf fetching 6d, mediums to (id, ofT lots less, semi-matured Gd to.fij.Jjd, matured 8d to 8Ad. Fgga-We note that the high price ruling lately has affected sales, but the market remains 'jnchanged. Storekeepers lots selling at lid to Is, private lines Is Id, specials up to Is 3d. Bacon-Prima light Hides lOd to lOAd, medium weights 9}-'id. heavier lower, middles lOJ^d to lid, hams Is to Is Id. Lard- Bulk 6d to GAd, packet 7d. Tuesday, 24th February. Wheat-F.AQ. 3s 9Ad, medium and inferior according to quality. Oats-Milling Is 1 Od to Is lOJ-^d, fee...

Market Reports. WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Market Reports. WARRAGCJL MARKET. Skewo, Hunter and Co. report hiving livid their usual weekly into at thoir Warrant yards on Thurad.iy, 20th Fob. when llirtro wab a epJefidid yarding at pt^s pur.icuUrly Ijhcdu sort*, pricea for same being about oipnl to lute quoiati.»ns, Moasrs Hu'ton and Co. securing 115 p. inn* btconern ; also n uond yarding of aheep which wt-ro all cloarod, and a fair supply of cattle wis aNo forward, good 9-ulX oellini; eximnidy wull, I'aey qu-*te : Piif*-Suckers 14*, 15« *.» 16* Gd, slips 20s, 25.h to 28>» eui -'fl 30i, 33B to 35s, b-«cnii Htorus 40a to 50#, p rk»*r« 40a, 45* tn G2« CJ, baconera 57*« G0<t 05*, 70a to 80.. Shoop - Prime oro9*brfd owea 18* to ; 18s 2d, prima hunt" 14 < 2d, good ditto i 12s 6.1, ntore ditto'lOs G 1, Cattle-Fat cowa £5 12s to £5 ITM, I forward ditto £4 to £4 12«, s*oro dit'o 1 £3 7d G<1 to £3 12s fid, oth«*rn from £3. aired and inferior lower ; bulls £3, £3 ! 10a to £4 10* ; milkers and springem...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stephen, G. V. 2 Winters, J. J. .» Oolqulmun, C. 4 Mori NV. II 5 Buitur Eictory (i Hayes' Family Hotel 7 Casey, D. I'. 8 Heuduracm, A. It. '.) Pease and Sims 10 Hamilton, Lanlner Road 11 Backhouse, Ski' ner and Hamilton 12 Shire Hall. Drouin (W. Youiifi, secretary) l'T Fuhniiann, W C. Communication following places ; Melbourne la 1-foni'vvarry 2d Ciai (ield ad Pakonhmn *1(1 Natrewairen Gd D.uidcuony Sd ?Ti ariilgofi 8i Y»irr:«Hon 2d m^m' '-is1, Tuurpdnlu liil SVullmlla 81 Rokiiby 2.1 Iiuln l'.tiln 2d 'Neerim -1<1 Nuerim Sill 4>] Ni-urim N. Gel I j I > p u r Momidarra 8 J C:,»alvitlu IJ.i Btrra 4d Darmim 2d Jf/na 2d may bo had with thu Are you ambitious to do more business. Then advertise in "The Gippfdand Inde pendent.' It penetiates into (he home of the settler and the farmer, men who will ypeua their money, if you can offer hoin i good article sit a reasonable price. Accordions, new stock at P. Fara gher's Drouin, at town prices, freig...

A BOON TO ATHLETES. FOUND COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT MOST EFFECTIVE FOR STRAINED MUSCLEL AND BRUISES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

A BOON TO ATHLETES. FOUND COMSTOC'K'S x !?: HV !.: AND BONE LINIMENT MOST EFFECTIVE FOR ST U AINU I) MUSCLEL AND BRUISES. The powerful, penetrating qualities of Coiii-tnek's No.ivo and 15 >p.e Lini ment make it invaluable f ir a .?trained muse'e or bruise. Applied according to direction--, it very soon icduces a swelling fr 'in whatever cause. '? Being unfortunate at various timvv' writes Mr E. A Lun/, of "'Oxford," \V"ll'in;ftm»n>iid, ArnclifT", "lo meet vri111 several bruises tn i overstrain of nuncio, sufficient to render me inca'.i ible of fulfilling my ordinary dmies (villi Satisfaction, I used only one bottle of n N"rve ,,,,<1 "Rono Lini.nn:,t on each occasion, ana was aoie i«» con tinue work very quickly afterwards. On ono imp >rtant occisioti I was kicked by a h>r.«e in the thigh, and though the bruise was very painful, c..using n .-light lameness, only half a b'ltlio of Liniment was necessary to give relief, and ill a few days I was well again. As a l...

Liberal Solidarity. SELECTING SENATE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 March 1914

Liberal Solidarity. SELECTING SENATE CANDI DATES. There ia every indication that the great political battle is at hand. The last iBsue of the "Worker," which is the most in fluential of all the Labor organs, con tainedlittL-of any consequence save repeated calls to arraa. Again and again, on this page and on that, it warned members of the Labor Party that (hey must be in tlieir places ready to fisht, deter mined to win. There is little doubt that the reply will be prompt; the Party has its first line, four hundred thousand adult unionists, who may bo regarded as regularr, and behind them it has its volunteers. Happily it is likely thai solid arity will be secured in the Liberal camp. The three Liberal Leagues have united to select candidates for the six Senate seatB which will be vacant when the double dissolution comes. The .arrangements made for the selec tion of the six are necessary under the party system forced on , Australia by Labor. Each of the three Leagues - the Women's Na...

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