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Court of Petty Sessions. LEONGATHA, 24TH MARCH. (Before Messrs Cohen, P.M., and Edney, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

Court of Petty Sessions. LEONGATHA, 24TH MARCH. : (Before Messrs Cohei, P.M., arid Edney, J.P' .) Gooley v. Dike-A case:'listed for re-hearing from a previous court. It was adjourned uitil the 7th of July. Jos. Dean v. Geo. Hendrick. Charge of travelling in a first class carriage on the railways while holding only a second-class ticket. Fined 20s and 15s costs, in default distress. ALLEGED INSULTING LANGUAGE. Rd. Little v. N. B. Fraser. Using insulting language,whereby a breach of the peace might'be occasioned. Mr Sutherland, for defendant, took objection to tie itiformiation, aswit disclosed no offence, and the: summons was aniendedl by the words " likely to" being substi tuted for" might.". Riobard Little deposed that he I was a barrister and solicitbr re- I siding. in Leongatha. On 6th 1 Februaryshe came .ut of his office I in McCOrtiii street at about 5 p.m., and proceeded homeward.. He had got about 12 yards $away from his office when hi heard a loud shout. He turned, :ihd saw ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

THE TJP-TO-DATE BOOT MAN E. W. ROBINSON. -The Bargain. Centre of Leongatha For W:;..: · · I Ladies', Gentlemen's & Children's -'-. Boots and Shoes. -:-'<.l ]And at Prices Lower than Else where. *W- And at Prices Lower than Else :,.:-, I where. We understand our Business, and know when we are giving :.g--I good Value. Come and inspect the Stock which is New and Up Ito-date, all the Latest Designs, and bought from the Leading Manufacturers, We guarantee you S every eatisfaction at the Noted Bargain Centre.-E. W, RosssoH, :... Bair atreet, Leongatha. COMING! COMING! THE. STAGPOOLE FAMILY. Tuesdayl March 3Ist. - EVERYTHING NEW. ' DANTOMIIME Music Teacher, the L Wonderful Pianist, and Jacko, the Funny Monkey; Alexander and Ed ward in songs and Patter; Casey and Mickey Rooney; Ruby_ Cox in- new songs. - - New Costumes. New Songe. •OUR FIRE BRIGADE WITH ELECTRIC NOVELTY; Mladge, in her great comic song,- "Do They Go to See the Sea"; something to laugh at. The Stagpooles'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

Pioneer Saddlery. W,? FIELD Desires to announce that he has I urchased the SADDLERY BUSINESS carried on by MB G. A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predecessor. The proprietor has been employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a com petent tradesman in all branches. All Saddlery requisites kept in stock Repairs a Specialty. Horsehair bought in any quantity. Highesat price given. .. IF .. OUT OF GEAR 9 & ,, n WOLFE'S.SCHNAPPS Spells Perfection iln Liquor. it I a: Popular Tonro:io. Please :Di"umbalk Stores, WOORAYL. E. SEERSt General Storekeeper and Provision Merchant.:. A FIRST-CLASS Stock ofi: Groceries, Drapery,' Ioi. moegery, Boots and Shoes; c:. on hand. Suits to Measure a Speciality, Paten Medicines of all Descriptions. Agent for Cuming: Smith's Manures, Buckeye. Harvester Co.,United Insurance Co., "Age" Argus, ' and all Weekly Papers, BRIGHTON GRAMMAR 5,ClOOL B. EA...

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Sports at Meeniyan. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

Sports at Meeniyan. ? Office-bearers :-Horseracing. Judge, Mr W. B. Hughes ; starter, Mr B. McKitterick stewards, Messrs L: ees, :Reeder, F. 'Healy~; and B.McKitterick. Wood chopsi -Judge, Mr H. 'A. Dickson; stewards, Messrs Ahern 'and Hellicar. Foot-running.-Judges;, Messrs H; Pearson and. A. J. Hughes; stewards, Messrs Wels ford, Aminde,: and Druinmond. Hoii. secretaries, Messrs R. K. McLean and C. J. Gribbin. TheQlnual sports at Meeniyarn were successfully . -conducted- onn Wednesday afternoon last in the presenice of a goodgathering of people. .The tastes of.. all were catered: for by the com mittee; for inoluded: on :the programme, .besides the cus tomary athletic events, were chdpping contests and pIony and hdrse events, which created a eood deal:- of interest. The officials mentioned above worked -well together, and as each had his own work allotted, the list was carriied but in' acreditable manner. The hen. secretaries, Messrs R. K. McLean and C. J. Gribbin, were most active...

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A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS DANGEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS - DAN. . GEROUS:. .? -. '.Ought .ter be: ducked i? the ,'oi·se •card, he ought l" declared an aggrivedl dairyman.one eveningto the company iiP-thoparlorir bf-the Blue Cow.- "WVho ought?" enquired the landlord.. "That there chap as was.lecturin' at tlie institute last mnight, replied th, milkmian savagely. "What good ddes 'e think 'e's dom' people by advisin' themhto keep goats, h ?'?"-"He'sdone me a bit of good any'ow," said an old man sitting in the corner of the room; '"I've sold seven of my goats this after iion to people wat are anxious ter get oheap milk.'. - " :"lf. you're goin' to supply all ?t?e parish with goats, I. may as. well shut up shop, that's alll" ..the milkinan growled.-"Yer'll laugh yersdlf:'silly .er-morrow, " said the dealer: in ;goats. "Well; anyhow," sonarled: tlih= -niilk-: min; "six o my best customer ??-sent word they won't' want any tritro:,niilli o' mornin's. So ybu ll be sellihn more goats; maybe. ;::-"- : ·--.. Ie:Th: goat-dealer' ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

ý`SMOKE DDRIFT.'i A ydney T7o cases of butter were shipped to England.:' :Sir iJobhn.i anid: Lady. Madden sailed or 'England bn4 Tuesday. -Municipal abattoirs iare to be opened at Ballarait on 1st April.:. - A 't:; Camden, ini N.S.W.,. they have had 1033 inches of rain:in7 days. SScattered buit (beneficial rains are ieported 'from wide areas of the State.. SThe Soloimon Islands could- at once absorb 30 000 laborersif they were available; .-Mr Roosevelt's hunting exlpedi tion has lost all its baggage in the Amazbn rapids. The leading merchants regard the new standprd fixed for export, chaff is too high:.:. .: Municipali valuations in Vic toria show an increase of a million in the last two years. ' Dr Cave says Outtrim's future is secure-it will be one of Vic toria's health resorts. . - .Only Queensland and N.S.W. are now shipping butter in any quantity to England. '. - The A .NA. conference is sitting at Wahgaratta.,: Nothing of dis TincuveivnDeresu so iar," . ; ;;-* . *5Mr A. M Tayl...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

M: ??artin & Coj Leongatha. - Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, SStock, Station, Land, & Financial' Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914 . : .Leongatha. Koruinmb'ra. * - -Thurfs - Friday.? - March 19 - .. 13 27 April ... 2 16 30 :: 24 May 14 28 .. 22 . June ... 11 25 -... 19 July ... 9 23 . : 3 17 31 August- :.. 6" 20 : 14 28-: SSeptember ... 3 .17 11 25 October ..; 1"-15 29 - 9 23. SNovember ... 12- 26 - . 6 20 __ 'December ...10 24. 4 18 S Denotes First Sale. Agents for Sun lire Office; Colonial Mutual Life;. National Trustees, Execu Stars and Agency Co. 'Head office, Leongatha,; Branch office Korumburra. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY, 2ND APRIL Executor's Sale. House & Land, LEONGATHA. Thursday, April 2nd, 1914, At 12.30 p.m. IcCARTIN & CO. have re ceived instructions from the UNION TRUSTEES CO.. of Aus tralia, Ltd., trustees in the estate of the late J. W. Grieve, to sell by. 'public auction at the Commercial Hotel, Leongatha, on...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

FI RE~ I)!: FIRE ' CRAIG'S NEWSi AGENCY LNELLSBILIES .-:./?Two r Doors Fomni Old Corner;: - :-. EW Stock Stationery, Con : febtionery andSchool Books : to hand, together wih hour usual supplyof Newspapers and Maga zines. STickets for Eight Hours and' Druids' Art Unions . Do. You Want Good Value: For Your Money? : : PRICES RIGHT; . : - : r IF SO, CALL ON Ya T. H. COCHRAN, . Years~with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE , R. H. BIMON, "PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHA, I'OR.the Following Lines .I--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and all Iron . Work in- connection with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and erected. Dairy Utensils manufactured on the premises. Cycles new and second: hand), Cash or Terms. Sundries kept in stock; good assortment.: Repairs of al : descriptions promptly executed. Brazing (Cast Iron and Other Metals) donie Sewing Machines repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. - HOT and COLD WATER, GAS, STEAM, REFRIGERATING, and .* SEWARAG...

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District News. FAIRBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

District News. FAIRBANK. . It 'has been arranged to hold the next ladies' night in conneo tio;fi :with the Debating S6ciety: on- EFriday evnig 3rd ApriiI The titie ise'o be:ibpent' in dano ing, and the enjoymentobf every body has been catered for in the usual manner; and a good all round time is expected. The prices have' been- considerably lowered in antioipation of a' big attendance, and ~erybody.?: will be made welcomeI ; .-;

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

LIBERALISM should score off the speeches which Mr. Fisher,, as Leader of the Opposition, is: de livering -.in the course of his four-thousand mile tour. These speeches show that, in spite of certain bellicose harangues of the rank and file, official Labor.has no stomach for • early\ battle. "There must .be no double dis solution," explains Mr. Fisher, and he denounces the prpposed'appeal to the Governor-General as a ridiculous . impertinence. Mr. Fisher _gives his reasons for assuming that, when approached by Mr Cook, the Governor will decline to send Senators to the country. The two test Bills which the Senate declined to: pass last session, and which will be sub mitted to it at a cotrparatively early date are, Mr Fisher con tends, too trivial to justify a double _dissolution. With. Mr Hughes he jtosses them con temptuously aside ais having no practical bearing in any live issue, and as being mere test measures introduced for party piurposes in, what Mr Cook has called, a battle of...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 27 March 1914

Leongatha Telephone   Exchange. - Following are the numbers and   names of subscribers :-. 1. Shire of Woorayl Offices.   2. Butter Factory, and manager's residence.     3. Co-operative Society's Store. 4. W. G. Walker, storekeeper. 5. Peck & Sons, auctioneers. 6. J. M. Molloy chemist 7. P. Johnson; butcher. 8. Dr Howden, physician; 9. Nurse Morris, private hospital 10. Lardner & Co., ironmongers. 11. Colvin & Co., drapers.   12. A. E..Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter &: Co., STAR Office. 14.- Pearce & Jarratt butchers   15. S.I Maddern, Commercial Hotel 16. Neal Bros., storekeepers.   17. R .Bair, Otago Hotel. 18. E Manders,: agent. 19. Nurse Good, private hospital. 20. Rev: P. J. Coyne, Presbytery. 21. J.W. Rumpf,.priyate residence 22. J. McFarlane, coach builder. 23 E. McNamara, baker. 24. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno. Lardner,private res...

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Pea Ridge Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Pea Ridge Polities. SSpeaker Clay is very popular through! out his district, except in one small pre dcinct in what is mknown as Pea Ridge, where the people are very poor, and, beinr isdolted, do not keep up with the outvste world, says the Atlanta JournaL To them the Georgia Legislature is the Sgreatest law-giviug and most powerful body of men on earth. In this section Speaker Olay, when he ran for the Legislature the first time, received only eight votes. He thoughi he could at least double his votes there in his last race, and went over'to the Ridge to make a speech. While he was talking away to the constituents of Pea Ridge abdut what he had done in the Legislature a rough farnier came close 'to the stand and shouted: "Say, mister, don't yer know et yer'ud er done yer dooty en the last Legislaty us farmers wouldn't er had this yer baggin' trust ter fight.eorgin." The audience cheered the questioner as if he had put a socdollager to the speaker, and although Mr. Clay tried to exp...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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NOTES and JOTTINGS. At a Dinner Given by Thackeray [?] Old Delmonico's. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

NOTES and JO.QTTINGS kt a Dinner Given by Thackeray 1t Old;Delniokico's. : - - Thaceray was in high; spirits, and 'whe'ithe cigars were lighted he said that there should be no speech-making, but that everybody, according to th old rule of festivity, should sing a son or tell a story. Lester Wallack'. father, James Wallack, was one of th gents, and after a kind of shyness; which was unexpected but very agree. able in a veteran actor, he pleade4 earnestly that he could not sing and knew no story. But with friendly per; sistence, which yet was not immoderate; Thackeray declared that no excuse could be allowed, because it would be a manifest injustice to every other modest man at the table, and put a summary end to the hilarity. It was tobe a gon, eral sacrifice, a round-table of magna nimity. "Now, Wallack," he oontinued; "we all know you to be a truthful man. You can, of course, since you say so neither sing nor tell a story. But I te you what you can do, and what every soul at this t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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District News. FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Di strict News. .FOSTER. - council the secretary read a state menit giving the financial position of each riding to:date, which was as follow.s -West riding. debit £727, centre riding .£841., east ri~ing.l'575. -Besides' this there was about £500 on -the-pay sheet that day. He also.: stated that with all the rates paid up at the end of the year it would. leave £1000 overdraft. A team of cricketers: from Tarwin: Lower are negotiating arrangements. with :Yarram ire playing a match 'during Eaiter week and intend leaving .on their tour on Good Friday: In con nection 'with this trip a letter has been received by the secretiary of the Foster club from Mr G. M. Black with a "view of playihg a match at Foster. The matter has been discussed by several: mem bers of the club and it has been decided to entertain the challernge to fit in abbut'the 16thi or 18th of April.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Church of England, Meeniyan. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Church of England,: Meeniyan. The .following is. a'- :Opy bf the report to be presented atthe forth coming annual meeting- of; St. John's Church of England, Meeni 'yan: We have pleasure in presenting the report and balance-sheet for the year 1913. It has, ;we think; been in a small measure a year of progress, the most encouraging feature being a substantial reduc tion of the Parsonage debt.:- We offer our .sincere thanks' to 'the members of the Ladies' Guild; since the improved financial posi tion is largely due to their efforts. Two flower shows were held dur ing the year, both of.whi6hwwere most successfulL They resuilted Sin a clear profit of £38 :8s 1d.: It is with the deepest regret that we report the. loss through death of our esteemiied secretary, Mr C. W. Faulkner, who was a conisistent supporter of and energetic .worker for our c.hurch.- e regret alsb the departure from the .district of -Mr and i MrL .. Black, bo6th of : whom were active workers for the chuirch;; Our latest...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

KO0ROOMAN EAST PICNIC IHE ANNUAL KOOROOMAN EAST - CP10NIC wilT be held :on WED NESDAY, 8th April. .,-'~DANOE TO FOLLOW. F . F. -HULLS,: S·--: : , Secretary. LieOngatha and District Easter Chrit Sportsi Juanbled- all~ Ini aid of listriot Relief Fund arid · .Purchaee of an Ambulance. EASTER ,MONDAY -;i 9I4 Recreation Reseirve, Leongatha. A SPLENDID -PROGRAMME, Including Sheffield Handicap,130y'ds.-First 30ss second 15s. Enxtry 2s. 440yds Handicap.-First 20s, second 10s. Entry 2s. 220yds- Handicap.-First 20s second 10s. 'Entry 2e. , :: Tug-of-War, limit 60 stone, five men aside.--First £2 10e, second 15s. . \ Numerous Post Entry Events, . For Full Particulars See Posters. Entries for Sheffield, 440yds, and 220yds Handicaps close April 4th. Heaps of Laughterand Fun,: Adniission ls. Member's'Ticket (admit ting gentleman and lady) 2sd. id. CGrand Concert At Night; SJ. O'TOOLE) Joint S A. MESLEY I Seces.' B.uffalo. Picnic Sports Wednesday, April 15th; ENTRIES close on 4th April for Sheffie...

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Leongatha Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

iLeongatha Telephone . 'Exchange. ·.-4 Following are the numbers and names.of subscribers : 1. Shire of Woorayl Offices. 2. Butter Factory, and manager's residence. 3. Co-operative Society's Store. 4 W. G. Walker; storekeeper. S. Peck & Sons, auctioneers. 6. J. M. Molldy; chemist 7. P. Johnson, butcher. 8. Dr Howden, physician. 9. Nurse Morris, private hospital 10. Lardner & Co...ironmongers. 11. Colvin & Co., drapers. 12. A. E. Edney, storekeeper 13. Rossiter & Co., STAR Office. 14. Pearce & Jarratt, butchers. 15. S. Maddern,Commercial Hotel. ,16. Neal Bros;, .storekeepers. S17. R.Bair, Otago'Hofel. 18. IE Manderp;-agent. . GNurse Good, private hospital;: 20. Rev; P. J. Coyne, Presbytery; : z21. J. W. Rumpf, private residence 22. J. McFarlane, coachbuilder. 23.JE ..McNamara, baker. 21. H. Kelly, undertaker. 25. Jno. Lardner,private residene' 26. Dr Pern, physician. S27. .E. A. Cole, auction:mart. . 28. McCartin & Co., auctioneers. 29....

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

Mall Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DES. PATCHEDIFROM !LEONGATHA SClosing Hour. To Mellbourne & - - - Korumburra '7 am & 8.45p.m Altlstations to Port Albert 1. 10.45 a.m Leongathat Soith- Moni Wed. &F 1ri 4 1 am Mirloo North Tues Thur Sat. 1 am.m Mardan Tues., Thuri., Saht-,irSa 1 a.m. -McKiinoni's R.O.- :: : Tues., Thurs;, Sat.. 11 a.m: SWheelan'sl RS.O.- ::Tues, Thurs., Sat, : 11 a.m Kooo Kornoman East- /; .'-;:. :;Tues.; Thurs., Sat, li a:.- ; 'Mardan South-- .:..: :. . 'Tues , Thuirsi Sati.. ;-2 p.mi Wobreeii. R.O. ;;Toes., Thurs. Sat. 11-40 a.m. Francome'sR : , T: .Tues, Thurs. Sat.' 11.40 ai.m Hogan's R.O. :.:Tes.; Thur., Sat. ; 11.40 a.m; -:.nount Eccles :-: Tues. & Saturday..:. 12.30 p.m. Harper . : TuesE :&. Saturday 12.30 p.m. Trn: toTarwih Lower,o" ind Casbi s. loose.bag Tues., Thur iSat. 12'noon St -ony., Creek, .to Dollar,::"': Fidge's -R.O. Scott's .O. & Mirbo Sth. SMon.,Wed. r Frii :12.30 p.m. Meeniyan to. Dumialk Nerrena E...

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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

'MELBOUR.jEv PI~G ~MA~RK(E A-d ainso ,i Srettle & Co. report: Stores-Best- bacon stores. 38sto A3s,secdnds from: 30s, slips 23s, to to 26s, suckers is to 14s.: Porkers -Prime :heavy 39s to 45s,-a few extra choice, to 48s; prime light 32s to 371s, inferioy at store prices. B?acon pigs-Prime heavy 73s to 79s. odd .pens to 83s, prime medium 66s. to 75s, prime light 58s to 64s, half fat pigs wereagain dull of salei and only realised store prices. Baclkfatters-Extra heavy sows £5 15s to £7, prime weighty £4 10s.s to £5 7s 6d, rough and staggy sorts :from 55s:

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Mirboo Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 31 March 1914

MirbhooShire counibl. Th :h engineer repodrted at: lat meeting of :the council ais follows: --Country Roads Board7Work Thfe tender for 1 Mirboo Soluth de f'iation i:has bien aBpproved:by the Board, and'the~: iontractor ,adv!sed acicordingly; QOn 28th February a special meeting was held forthe purpose of discussing and ar ranging this matter :O ri Thursdayy 5t'h March,- plans and specifica tions for.aprovral for .;the.foll6oi ing works were subnifitted to.:: the: Public Works ;DIe partment:. 12~2 chains of metail iig on Nichol's road ; 77 chains boxing, sandinig and extension c[ dulvert at Leishman's: 89I/chadins of forniing, clearing, grading, dul vorts,. &.,. Mardan road, near Thomas'-; 14 chains of grading, &o., near.. McQueen's gate;,grad. ing, clearing, culverts, &c. through Smith's and Riohard son's. . :SECRETARY'S. REPORT. SDay Labor for month---Niohbiol's Road, £105 13s 5d; Foster, £30 15s ld';.Perrin's Hill, £26 9s; Malrdan £25 16s8d ; Leongatha, 4s 6...

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