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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Sales by Anetion. Saturday, Febrna.y 16 —3. O. Morris 4 Co., at HowM, at 2 p.m., on account M'. H. -?? Muming, fumunre, vehicles, eto. The Staff if Life.— Ruthorford'e flhiail.. AdrertUementi of not more than 21 trordi are chtrgnl at the rate of Is, cash.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Arnott's Living PictMres. [?] INSTRUCTIONS HowbiRixe tT I HE HISUOIT3. 'El FOR VERY VOUNiiClUL 1IKBN, rub the I iscuils vny lightly on i cl. an nutu c^ grater, nr crunh very fine aud Bii-vu tl.roufh a sieve, mil carefull) with lioilmg water, alirring well, aud give through frediug bottle or by sj;o m. As th« ro is inilk in them, it is not advisable lo edd it. In the case of joung and dt-licaUi children, it is letltr to give only f lwut half a biscuit every two hours thmi a larger quantity hsn often. FUlt OLDER CHILDREN, pour boiling water on biioulls ns they ►re. and give by spoon. A good 'i!uporbaB:n in which the biscuits are placed to soak, uulil they Sffell out, leaving no water. lAler on children can have then either whole or waked, at honie (9#Mttchool. Tiicj will be found a far*pin,j, strergl bciling diet for \Jong a.d -iU. ERIC HlLLIARDi^\ Jr ? Aged IS months. Son of Mr. C. H. HiNi^t, 23 Filzroia^^^—p^ Street, North Sydney. Smm^^~ Ji^^^tmM BimiU. These biaoniia ean bo felveo ...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Found by Accident, —L ? — . . ? ? I THE GEIP OF LA GRIPPS. The Expulsion of the Enemy. Th» Caee of -- Mr. ALEXANDER IIISLOP. » On? of the best known chcfi in New Siuih Wales is Mr Alexander Hislup, residing at No. 31 Burton-street, Darling hiirat. 'That gentleman haa been enungeil us chief cook id some of the leading holrls and restaurants in Sydney, anil alBO in ?tve.nl important country towns in the mother colony. 11 U populirity w»i account able for our representative hearing of a viaiutlon of illness whilst at business in Albury, the details of which were supplied In the course of the following interview :— ' A few years ago,' began Mr. Hislop, 'I was at work on the Albury railway station, and whilst there I had a very severe attack ot influenza.. It came on like an ordinuy cola, and I troatcd it lightly for some time; but it eventually got me down ..... .altogether. ' The first indications wens a tingling, dry sense of fullness in the nose, . and, I ii.erf tosiuei* nearly th« w...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

General Ncwo. During the pant five years the in surance offices .in New Zealand liave paiflawny £250,000 for losses by fire. The Bo^n Gat-o railway station was broken info on Snnrlav nio-lit.. the aife being blown opfin and about £8 taken. At Orenfnll nn Monday, William Heron Wuorifnll was committed (or trial in connection with the robbery of £4000 from the Union B-mk. It is authoritatively stated, after due investigation, that tie Bupposed case of plague at Lismoro ia a ' false alarm.' Tlie probability of a water famine is being seriously discussed at Broken hill, the supply being inadequate for requirements. Owing to the bad water tho Government is being askrd to stop its use in the puhlic schools unless boiled. Eleven fresh cases of plague have broken cub at Cnpetown. The uuiiinriLieis mere are mpiaiy aestroyin the ratu. A largo number of Imrsea have I eeri purchased at Qucanheyan for South Africa, at prices ranging from XI 0 to £12. The Opliir, .with the Duke and Duchess of York...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Plenty of It. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 15 February 1901

Plenty i f It. Lots a'On; p;o -f like the following ?»i.d it's hI: from NSW people. . . ' Th« pi'O'-f of tliH pu'lding is in the »Htini{ of it..' If any ..-onuti v in the word liua burticieirt proof upon tliB follu« ing mbj-ct it ih.N S W. Bv«ry iowii turniilicB lib l'8i oF cured. The' following cate is one tuk.D froui thoa Mrs. E.l«in Tomlyii, 143 Grorcnst , Erskinvi'le, Sydney, says :— ' For n nunilir-r of v«'ura 1 hnd l-eeu a victim to l-ud hcahli lluuugli the kidneys he ing disordert-J. At tiisl I did pot know what wns wio:g with rue. I «as alwaja fueling cast down aud d« IjiliUU-d and Ihu secretio.s wern lliiuk Hnd of clmiigirif,- color. I took nil lciutls of ri'inedies (principally for (be liver) and of curse they did me no goad. My liluVs ached u great deal and I whs always worn out with weariness. I would liave to keep tlie children liOmo from acboo! to liel|i iuo about Ilic Iiouko. A still gravi'r trouble was llie fuct tlmt I used to iij r _.. _, ? ' _i ? . _« .i. . ? *i_ u...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

TO THE DE*F._A rich la.ly. enrtfl «f . lirr T)enfnt-si *rd Noisei in the Head toy, Dr. Nicholaon's ArtlfimM Gnr Drum', Rive £6000 to his In°tltnfe, no that de»f people , unshlo to procure the E»r Drums may. fc»v« them freo. AAAnm No. S09D,Tns '-S&hnl:: nn Instil utr, Ixmgoott, OunnorBbury, ton-', don, *X. ?'?-? -^l ? ' ? ' ^ ' ' ' j-v ^';^i Ejjfli**i|i MUll'lh 4(ifl per :Xe3s yflpex cjfii^ discount ^^P'own Uid^|uTifp'iwi!' ^»s for Flffeen^ears. a^^HphtlynlBh un|»jpeath, J;|^^ffii?Morso's Indian Root '.^IgifflKpect a Complete Cure. 'Mi^B^i'iotli Smith, whose home ^SiBHBpStrpet, R=d Hill, B.is *»ne'.'^^*i-ery reason to Iw a thank ^Wmffi** sho l'»s to' «ctunlly rB^S^^lthe brink of tlie grave HaMffli||lrd such niports, we docided .to'itnw^ffl jfestignte, so duspatched our repl)k^K?o'itiiin tliefac'f, which we Slyl^^Kfc. Smith's words:— 'For .theajjSgSJEijirt^im or Gfteen years I llai^^^Kd eevcrely, from my liver «'n'd!fief§&tion, and two months ago ?^Sffi7 bad turn » tli...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

General News. L'.dics' Rii.l Gcnu.' Footwear. The best mikes anJ quiratitced -|iinliiy. No p\per leather boots kept. -Rulhcrfor.Vn, Rowrol. . It is officially stated thai Melbourne, and not Sydney, will bn th« first port of call of th« Royal visitors. The Duke and [)u-:liess of Cornwall and* York n.re due to nrrive iu llel'journe on May C Over £25,000,000 were subscribed for the £1-1,000,000 3 per cent. Ex chequer bonds issued by the Imperial Government. Out of 30,000 applications in Lon don for inclusion in Iuspeoior-GnneraU B»deri Poyii'.'s __ constabulary,:. 2600 iaTC-bEenaccRpJed, ? ^Jf.-..- -— ^j Tlie plague ia committing great ravage3 at Khirgiz, in the Steppes of Western Siberia^ and parts of Russia/ Thousands have died. The Russian: Government his dispatched flyinp inndical co'umns (o the plngue infested districts, and has purchased wbeit for the sufferers. Mr. O'Sullivan has told a Heputa tion that he will not let any furniture com f ids unless white Ubor was em p'oyed. The...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Accident near Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Hafln-ny Accident near Sydney. A terrible railway disaster occurred between Sydenhani and T«-mpe stations on Fiiduy evrning, many persons bq-. ing killed and injured. The 5 56 p.m. : lliroucli trHi'ii from Sydney to Hurfit ville r.u- ofl' the rni's just after passing; Sydimlmm .station. After the train left tho mils it ran for about 100. ynrds oft' the line, then doubled back, down nn cmbinkm^nt, and ran into a street. All I.I lose killed were in the: lirst enninge, which was eiinpljr. snm-liid like no mtich matebwood The C'iusr of the inilnay disaster JB inexplicn.l)l^ and the Railway CoS missioners are at a loss to account toy. it. The engine, ns fur as the Commis sioners 4tnew, w«s perfectly sound,' and of the cluss generally used for suburban (mffie. As a result of the .tccidnnt seven persons were killed mid 2C were injured.

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Thanksgiving Service at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Thanksgiving Service »t Bowral. On Sunday lust a thnukBgiving ser vice was held in St. Jude's Church, Bowral, to give thanks for the safe return of soldiers from South Africa. Prior to the service the Bowral and Mittagong tronpers who hod served in the war marched in procession from the Orderly Room to the Church, headed by the Association Brass Band and accompanied by H Co., 2nd Infantry Regiment. . The service was well attended. There were present the Speaker, the Hon. Win, M'Court, M.L.A., the Mayor of Mittagong, the Mayor and Aldermen of Bowral, the returned troopers, and the members of H Co The service opened with the National Anthem in which the choir nd congregation were led by the band. The Rector, Rev. Stanley Wilkinson, conducted the service, and in his ser mon based his remarks on the words ' Owe no man anything but to love ' (Rom. xiii, 8). At the conclusion the Te Deuni was sung. The collection, which amounted to £3 8s 9d, was de voted to the funds of the Gen' ial Cemet...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Berrima District Farm Dairy Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Tho BciTima District Fjiini anSi Dairy Co., Ltd. e'.'M Creamery butter, 9d. :'\ Kueuiiy butter. Oil to 0s 6JJ 1 Separator button 7-l 108J , ' Dairy bulter, 0- OJ to Os OJ. Tastry butter, OJ lo 0s 01. ,_ Han.l-cuicd bacon, 6J 1 to 7d M&ch'ne-cured bacon, 0J to Od. ? '-.-' Mains (huiid-uurcd). 7d t-- 9.1. MiiMU-s (hand-cured), 7.1 to 741. RoIIb (hand-cured), 0J t.-0-l. : Urd, 4J1 U- Sd. „ Bulk. 3 1 to 3J.1. 'i riioesc, 4J.1 to 6.1. Cheese (MMnni! qiflily) O I to O.i Kj-gi., Is 01 lo 1» 4.1 Turkey (.:ocks), 9a 0J to 18s 01 Turkeys ibeus) 5s 0 Uo 7s 6 I. fip.si-, 3-.01 loCOJ. Ducks, 2-CJ to 4- 01. Fowls, 2s flu to 4s O.i. I'otutow. £1 10s to £0 10j p?r ton. lli.loe, 1JI 'u31 [wrlb - . CnU.skiii- I.hO! to'JsC! cacll I H,,iify, 2.1 M 4 1 per 1b. -*. Butl. r -Tlie niiirkot still contianea (inn, nllJiough regular BliipniRnts for' nxport have conscd Bhoii — Prime qiulily in good de mand ; inferior sci ts tv.oving slowly at reduced ptir.i»s. Cheese; — D.^umnd steady. Eggs — Prices irr...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dan Barry Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

San Barry Dramatic Company. Mr. Dan Barry, supported byahis talented dramatic. rnmpn'nT. Till, ff — nesday) Febrnary 20. The play chosi-n for to-morrow night is the highly suc cessful Adelphi Lane drama, ' A Gilded Sin.' This play las been pro. duced by Mr. Barry with great success in Melbonrne, Sydney, and Adelek),.. Commenting on tho play of ' A GildiH Sin,' we quote some extracts from the 'Melbourne Age': — 'Tbe perform ance of ' A Gilded Sin,' was witnessed by a warmly enthusiastic and apprrri atire audience. The elaging wan v i y cflective, the various characters bi i: y well represented, and the play as a whole ran with commendable smoo! li- nen. There was not a hitch to i.i :i cato that it was a firit night, atj generally the company played as If they wore producing one of the mobl familiar as well as the roost popular of pieces in their repertoire. It is a wtll constructed drama ; it lias infini-.o'y superior dialogue and coherent MLd interesting plot. As melodramas go ' A G...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

I - BOILER MftKERS. CM AND REFfiifiERATING ENGINEERS. |j ! _ — : ? *^^- ? |i \ REFMGERfiTfBG &7ACHIKSESY lor ICE MAKING, j \ Holler J'Vlorcs, Breweries, Cool sioi-jige. i j ' ? ~ ,J ' , ? I'*~~Wi ' Alfa-LaYal ' I jMt CREAM SEPARATORS, 'j ^^if CltffmJ io^Fthe World I Owr 200,000 iM j ;$% ^OCTTfirft Pjazes ^^ I in ilnily use J;?, .JM& J ALL Sl&lfflX STOCK. \\ ^__^~'L HASU SEPAyWfT- - ? 10 t« 100 fiallous per bur jj \ TTTT^^w STEJjyBIl!fflXESBW1CnW5SjijJ««0 „ „ J I c.eln'sr^rat.^'^roffEysEPinATOBS^TOyiio „ „ 1 1 I j 1011 (iallons per hour, rngiiif.s / Boilers y/ i Electric Lighting I 5 p ? £/!' l'limpng Tlairtv IrrigatiiufTlants | __ Flaiils I 1 !??«-' *,*./. on Engi,lfS j i iimiiiffi ijjmw*r'1 ! II (sl=s==^--**' Bwc Bills V mining lachinery \ FasUnrizing Plants 1 t\'l\ — 'n.''^ Dairy taSry Maehintrj Wls UorBntttrKMtories The Largest .Stock of STEAM ENGINES & BOILER in I ho ColonicM WAUGH & JOSEPHSOM sn^msiissEX-sT., svujey And Dairymen's Exchang...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Reception to Returned Lancers. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Beception U- Returned Lancers. JUBpubliumccling held in toe Robert son School of Arts, on Thursday eveaiDE] lut, it «m deptded to entertain thti retained Lancers at ft complimentary aooiil in the local School of Art* on an early date, and to present each memb:r with a gold i medal in recognition of the aervioes he ran I dered to his country and his Queen in oon. nection with the South African war. I The following committee were appointed I to arrange details in connection with tho I movement :— Mestn. W. B. Bindmarsb. 1 if,?,. R- '? Ferguson. IV. B. Keeble, Dr. Wilson, H. Litcbfield, Cant M'Kvilly, J. ' D. Wood, J. T. H.ytor, R° W. Mo'^' A. K. Dnks-Yonge, Thou. Seery, Ju. Alcorn, VV. KirkLnd. P. Diggins, IV. F. Brenning and J. L. Smiih. * - Mr. H. Litcl.field was appointed hon. I secretary, and the meeting then adjourned Ml' Thnradny afternoon next. 21st inst.. at I 330, when the committee will meet in the I Roboruon School of Art.. ^ ? li

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Church Fete. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

The Church Fete. To m» KbiniB. Sir,— In your DoUce of tbe chnrch feta an omission wai made of the attendanoa of Mr. j Kyigdon.wlio with bis ieUow-ohurchwarden fUr. Tiaber) was present with «fas rector at j the ..(^nli.g mremony. - The JtWrfl warden, I Mr. Ucoige, bad chnree of -tl» gates.' JU «hu'ih leu withput the prewmes ol *he I oHi'-ials elecled by the parish would have j been an anomaly.— Voui», ftc, '? j ? T. B. KTOGPOK. j The Staff of i.ife.-Kqthcrford's Bjread. - «

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Auction Sales. j Balance of Stock of Gene ral Store, Carts, &c. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, AT 2 O'CLOCK. J. G. MORRIS & CO HAVK ruceivil in»l.r unions rium Messrs JONES M CO., HouT.it, to sell liy iuotio.i, on abivf date, tlie halarjcc of their 3rocerv, Tr'tmiiaigrry. Ur.ip.-ry j in'lu'ling Baking l'owolr, (J.llJl^B. liiSm- IVoB M-»K -naps7l'i-k\L-j. S»ni«, Sal,..l ai.il C.-i.,r i ill ' Luitw TTl ii II ii llnwnia, TinvcAij^imZl- .,| Di/iHS,-' Shov--, FailESTin«'ii,i:ull-ry, '.'.kri'Uoite lUiie, IJnamjIltd l^int, ijlDorJ^oths, Ui-igl, Numerous Tools, IWnt /injicinci, tc. \ These are Jfew of tho; many,1 lines tltft ivill be soldhithont reserve. * Everything nust bu cleaTed, as the proprietors have iumded to rcanduiBh business. 1 Set Arey's Butter Scales 1 Set Platform Scales (Avery's) 1 Show Oa»e 3 Oil Drams (with taps). 1 Light Orocer'B Gatt 1 Spring Call. NOTE 1IME OF SALE : 2 O'CLOCK. FOlAtflTURE & HFEOp fVED fESDAYjFEBUUAltY ^7, AT 2 O'CLOCK. j J. .. MORtttN &a...

Publication Title: Southern Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Federal Politics. Mr. John Norton the other night said that he would sooner trust the interests of New South Wales in the bandBof Mr. Reid limn Mr. IWlnn Sir William Lyne is belicvi-d to be politically weakening himself by hang ing on to the Stnte Premiership. Speaking at Cuwra last week, Mr. Reid Slid t!mt Mr. Bar.on *-as re markable for 'making long speeches without saying anything.' The Prime lliuisler delivered an address at Melbourne last week, bui' g received wilh great enthusiasm. Mr. Barton stated that the defence policy announced by Mr. Keid at Cowra was enunciated by him 24 hours previously. ' Our policy,' said Mr.. Btrton,' 'ib consistent with our Federal pas\\and I f^k^jfcjg. 'J:.TEltij}B,i»,'l^f^ate foV'ihe ' VSenate,' coromencod Am /tttrinpugb at Bindwick.last week. ' He received a good hearing and iiis remarks were frequently applauded. At the close an unanimous vote of confidence in the candidate wns carried. Thus Mr. Royle : Up to within tho last six years the State...

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The Coming of Christ the AntiChrist and the Millennium. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

Tho Coming or Christ the .4nli Christ and the Millennium To the Editor. Sir,— 1 wish to correot whit is evi dently a slip of your roporter'6 pnn. You state that iuy exposition differs from the commonly: accepted ' His toric '. school bat still more.widi-ly from the newer . ' Futurist ' view. Your reporter mnnnt still more widely from the the 'Post Millennial ' view. My exposition is 'Futurist,' as n glance at the chart will immediately reveal. In fact my expositiou is en tirely and exactly Futurist io scope and I clnioj for it a complete harmon ising of the Futurist view with Scrip ture on all points, whereas the Futur ist view, 'as generally Unghr, is on many points contradicted by Scripture teaching. The fact th.it tho intrepre tation of Scripture prophecy as given io my charts is . niade clear to any hearer or reader who can test tliein by the Holy Scriptures themsalvea uhonld cause mote interest to bo Ukcn in these lectures. The lecture on Tuesday will have reference to the cast...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

' tiivte, do not loose your liuen, but use The Sun Marking- Ink, PRICE 6d. ^ Will not wash out, no heating required, turns jet blank, and '-. w;n save you pounds' worth ot linen, D. MORGAN, Chemist, Bowral Ageut. WAR! WAR!! WAR!! The atmosphere is full of it 1 First we prepare for France, then we settle the Soudan, aud now we are busy in the Transvaal. War— tearful and horrible— is on everyone s lips We liavo, declared war against Indigestion, and :ire lmwared to Itelit to the bitter end. Nor shot, nor shell, nor gatling guns do we require. Our Ammunition consists of one 2s bottle of our Indigestion Mixture ' First three shots the enemy wavers, next three in full retreat Twentyfour shots— or one bottle— absolute destruction. JNo capitulation. D. MORGAN, mSI'I WIMi * fflflWfFACTttniilG CHEMIST Sj B&y RAL, ? The to SwSOor Linen ISO ?UI(^ITI|JT4r4i.- USED Ml*. This Gloss is in reality an ufrenjien, oKjjIiat will surprise you The Gloss will enable you.^fSt of all, to iron in hal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Southern Mail — 19 February 1901

THE M^pi HC)USE OF :i«^LIA.' GBO. SHIRLEY ft.00,-.':;.J^;:|.^,;jrt;» Pitt Street, Sydney. ColoniaLSugar -^^^s Pfiosphates Manures fdr Potatoes, Qr'char-:t^P^i^tables. Tomatoes, Cereals. wbw micB liIts ^gpyihum, PIant!rj^Fr;iif^fj:f urnips. Tod Dressing Hav now ready/ ^s\n , A ~ .- '.????i^K1 ? ~~ — ? — ? s-^ Melons, Pasture^jpFIowers, Lawns, etc, etc. Siiperpl^at^onejbt, PhospliatMi, Potash, itaonia, Goano, iVipJio, Kainit, etc GEO. SHIRLEY &CO/8SUPERPHO3PjM»kRTIL18Eft8are diffused in a!f directions through the soil, so that when applied to the land th^^g)e readily taken up by the growing plant. THESE FERTILISERS START PLANfsggfc AT FIRST.providing all that is necessary to give healthy growth, affording the needed nouri^fiS^^or a fully-developed crop. « ' . ? ?' ?.-£&?0mK&- ? ' ' ' '' ;.?' .. .' 8E flfcO||S^ AN t» COMPLICATED COMPi|t!NT||Mp **~ ** ._£iS5in nnrfiiT to 'cure u; OnUnur Oaoplalot. Btioold jJnqulrtm«il)»l &E?.! 52S5»S? Sr^Snm iwiv. It-Sid ...

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