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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

yrrAL statistics; : ; Tjie report of Mr. Gleland, Eegistrar Generai.iof Births, Deaths, and Marriages, which appears in the Gazette, is as usual an instructive and interesting document. Elaborate tables are given showing the number of births and deaths registered in the1 months of December 1862-7 ; in the -quarters ending at the same time; and for tlie: same years ; and in the five years embraced in -this period. Diseases are classified as I..; — ^Zymotic, including Mias matic, dietic, and parasitic ; II. —Consti- tutional, including diathetic and tuber cular ; DEL— Local, including diseases of the nervous system, of the organs of circulation, of the respiratory, digestive, locomotive, and other organs.., and of the integumentary system ; IY.— Develop- mental, including diseases of children, adults, old people, and the diseases of nutrition ; V.— Violent deaths, . includ ing those from accident and suicides, The births in 1862 were 6,,075 to a. popu lation of 130,627 y in 1867 they ...

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Literature, Science, and Art. "I DWELL AMONG MINE OWN PEOPLED." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

$ iterate, $tkmf w^ J|rf; ? . - — — — ^m^— — - ? - « I DSSgEtL AMONG 3833511! OH™ peopled : [?] Those who 113,70' a happy home -will be most likely .tb r-ea3iie $1ms 'yast &-iapre- hensiveness of tliis stat6nifeiit. The com posed dignity audcpiiteiitment with which the Shunainite intimates to the propKet thit there was nothing more he .. iiappiness,,. Indicates ^at condition.; of 'mindjpi^^--b&*':*Sa:vied7 yet least likely to be realised on earth. Few amongst us have much, 'without: requiring more ; in the heart ijfthib highest, as the lowest, there is mosfly some 'Naboth's vine yard' that prevents our being perfectly liappy and cbmfeBJOted. ' ; ? This state is ^ot: promised iis Here,; yet the Shunanute was one of ourselves, and even lacked tlie .common,- but inestimable blessing of chiidren.: But^she was content — 7-she: ' dwelt; am&ng ler own people.!' Moreover, she w^«agacious and thought- ; -ful, and l^d' observed .the ways-jof- the : prophet, preparing f...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

METEOROLOGiqAL. The weather during the first half of the jnontUlof January was of a very extraor dinary and exceptional nature, and, we believe, without1 precedent in the memory of the oldest colonists. We have certainly had heavier falls of rain during the month of January, reckoning from tne year 1839. For instance, in wat month, 1850, a fall of four inches was recorded at Adelaide by the Hon. Gr. S. Kingston ; but we do not think any record can be found 6f such 'a continuance of cold un seasonable weather as. we .experienced during the, first fortnight or three weeks of the present month. . There seems to be something ridiculous in the idea of South Australians walking about in the month of January wrapped in Inverness capes, and. muffled to the throat to protect them selves from wind and rain, but persons so attired have been common sights in .our streets until just -lately. Our ideas of January in this colony are generally asso ciated with scorching winds, blinding dust, and th...

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THE ROOK AND HIS DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

THE 0^6^ Arf ims DdlNGS. Alttbugh I by, Up means class 'bid John.Crow' in the same category; withthe. mole or rats, and mice, yet he is often convicted; of doing much damage on our farms. ' : He ':%8- a mpBt? audacious fellow ; he cares very ^ .little.fpr the *' scare-crbw,'': butpiiirsues his depredations, with Jgreat courage and. jimpuniiy upon the newly sown grain, and in spite of the ; ? .crow boy' and his *.*. Talloway ! yalloway ! birds and crows, come no more till barley grows,' «$5C. Indeed, his impudence is astonishing^ almost, amounting to intelli gence. ?? If ;yiou-are unarmed, he will permit you to epmewithin a very short; distance of Mm, but tf you display » gun or. a stout '..' walking-stick he is off in a ^winkling v Whole flights of these ^ rooks will quickly take their departure from the scene of their sppils upon observij^any one creeping or bending low,' as if secretly approaching them. ._ This is one of the best ways of'-alarmjng a flock of rooks from a distance,...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN 1867. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN 1867. At the commencement of the pre fien*i .JJ?3E_-35L jnade_ application to various . Goyernpiefit . deparlimenTB for'' i the 'progress of the ieolony ' :'.-laf ; 1867, and. the actual position.vQf piiblic' ;_ affairs at the close of that year. ; T^e i -iid «' so, because Mr Boothby's elaborate and - -; raluable ;bobk of statistical tables takes, ''?;. of necessity, a iongVtime to prepare ; iuid ;£: because the , public are interested in obr , taining early information, even though but approximate in accuracy, and limited in details. '[ ^ForbusinesSpuippsesj many of the returns that appear in the annual volume of statistics come too' late to be of practical value, and the -3overaament have t^refore,^ Tiisualiy sanctioned the departments ia supplying early informa- - tion to ite press. We;Have also to express our acknowledgments to., the . principal . - departmental officers for the readiness, and : courtesy with which iliey have responded to oiir . applications....

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THE LATEST NEW PET AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS: THE WALRUS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

THE LATEST NEW. PET AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS : THE WALRUS. There is generally spme novelty for people to run to look at in London ; and the 'wonder' of the present season is 'ihfe Walras. Growds jgo to' see it, so that thjB uncouth iboMng animal is proving a mine of wealth to jfef oirtunate owners. . AH the papers have something to . say '; about it, and there are photographs and. wood cute innumerable! '\ As we are very un jkely ;«ver; to see. a : live . Walrus: here, spme ^Ib'i^l .accpunlt. of the one : now in tondan may be acceptable. : ?r: The animal, although probably not a year old, is eight 'feet : long, and weighs about ;^p and; a half cwt-i and the sym gi^en f or, it is. saidto .have^been £300: ' It was captured by :paptain JEl. Wells of. the. steam i whaler ; Arcticy the .property : of '. fMesfes. Alex; .Stephen ;& Go. i of Dundee,! !in':P^ns?s.Straitij bn'lhe 28th of' August, 3^C^&iv^$: $00 or 300 :walru|es^ was met with, ;and a feniale killed, aiid aa it...

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OUR KEW RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

OUR NEW RAILWAYS. We have received from the office of the Commissioner of Public Works a copy of the Engineer-in-Chief 's report of the pro gress making with our several new fines of railway, and of the surveys of other lines id contemplation. The substance of the report is as follows : — . Port Wakefield and Hoyle's Plains Line. — There are three contracts let on this line, No. 1 is 8 miles 30 chains long. The earthworks, masonry, and fencing are completed in a satisfactory manner, the Bleepers and ballast are let by tender, and will be delivered within three months. Contract No. 2 is 7 miles 20 chainslong, and the earthworks are nearly completed. The culverts have only just been commenced, but the\ are small, and will not take very long to' finish. Ballast for about four miles of the way is stacked, ready for spreading, and the delivery of the fencing material has begun. All the sleepers are let by tender, and will be delivered within four months. No. 3 contract is about seven mil...

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ORIGIN ALAND SELECTED POETRY. ON THE DEPARTURE OF CANON BUSSELL FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

ORIGtNALAND SELECTED POETRY. _ ON THE DEPARTURE OF CANON BUSSELL FOB ENGLAND. Farewell, O gallant Darra ! O thou gallant : bark, adieu- !? . God 'speed thee o'er the waters; and o'er the oceanUae - * ???-'... And yet ftis that sad at heart we say farewell to'thee, -: ?;??.?'???' For 'thou dost bear away from tt» a precious ' freieht with thee-^ '?.-???? For, thou dost bear across the deep, o'er the un certain brine, ???'.'????' A pastor whom we loved so well- so loving and ^ so kind. - ' ? ?-_??'?: On ! how.we loved him, and the warmth that in our hearts did dwell, What rweighty- words can e'er express, what : glowing tpng^ie. can tell,? Or where'a the 'flowing pen. that can the many : -acjbs record, ..' :. Of kindness done by hiin who was a follower of, theXord? ? 'BeJdvedialifceijy rich: and poor, no enemies had he, And tears by tender hearts are Bhed since he must cross the sea. We will upon his goodness think when thousand miles away, For distance I then will only add- the loye ...

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Trillrs of Wit and [?] [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

Stifles rf -Mr! anir Jpiunow . . ? .- . ? . w ... A Good Place fob Early Bibds.— The cityof Worms. , Why is a lighted candle like an extinct fire ? — It burns no ionger. An Irishman says he can see - no earthly . 'reason why women should be allowed to become medical men. Why is a vain young lady like a confirmed drunkard? — Because neither is satisfied with, a moderate use of the glass. : - -(I wonder what causes my eyes to be so weak?' said a fop to a gentleman. ' They are in a weak place,' replied the latter. How could you make a thin child fat? — Well, just pitch him out of the window, and he will comedown 'plump.' - , : ' My name,' said a gentleman, 'is composed of seven letters ; but take the first two' away and there will remain eight.' His natre was Speight. Bumper is the corruption of 'bon pere,' good father, i.e., the Pope, whose health, was always drunk by the monks after dinner in a full glass.. With four metallic qualifications a man may be pretty sure of success. These ...

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"SOME CONSOLATION." [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

'SOME CONSOLATION,' Tho' hunger wi' his glow^ria' een, an': mickle banes an' bare, ? '...'.- Should gloom into my vera face, cleeket wi'. :. beldam care, - ? Pd sing: awa' wi' cteerfn' voice an* deave their dfeadfu'.ears^ - 'As reapers sing at harvest names - in unco prosperous years, ? * ? ? .'?.'?? 'Tho' 'Fortune's sun, that shone Bae bright, '?'-' '? has in ihe ocean seti - ' : ' ? ' . ? ^e've always got oor meat and claes, and we'll . always get them yet.' ;; ?' '??'?'- .- /We;;lLa',iia siiter:. by .'us., noo^three' pennies .' ':'-,-. ;we'j3e.got— ; ...^., ' ' ' / [/ , ' ' \ ' :';'_; An' yet I'm unco proud to s^y we're 'tented in y ; oor lot. 1 ??.....' My wearing claes are no the best ; I wear iny .,.:,-? Sabbath hat, . . : : . . ; My Sabbath claes are in the draw'rs— there's Providence in that ; ' ' An1 still Fll sing 'Tho' Fortune's swabSnin : :i -the ocean set, ,-. -?-?:. ., ' W,e've.ialways got oor meat and claes, and -well i. '.'.'; always get them yet.' '. ?'.'. ... ?My -...

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THE AFRICAN COVULSIONNAIRES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

THE AFRICAN COVULSIONNAIRES. : - By the invitation of Mr. Fred. Maccabe, I attended, at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, a private exhibition of the troupe of . Arab Con vulsipnnaire's that have lately been _ attracting some considerable attention at Paris. After a few woids of introduction, 'the troupe walked round the : somewhat limited stage or raised platform, beating large tambourines, which, aided hy-theit wailing chant, produced aweirdanddemoniacalkindof music. They then seated themselves on the ground, snd the music, if such it may be called, ikipved to a quicker mea sure. Suddenly one of the performers, a handsome, intelligent-looking -Arab, leaped up with a, yell, and, dashing off the cap that confined his long hair, danced hunself apparently into a kind' of delirious ecstasy, which appeared to be an essential pre lude to every performance. Two large leaf like branches of the cactus, or prickly pear, were then brought forward, which he snapped at -and devout ed like a famish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

'KTO THING is more Befeesliing XH than SIMMERS EXTRACT OFLtMS JUICE and GLYCERINE, which cleanses and cookihe head, and gives the hair a beautiful gloss, without greasing it - ??'-'.: : BIMMEL'S TOUiET VESEGAR . mil also be found a perfect luxury in India as an adjunct to the toilet and bath, and a re viving perfume. .'.?'. BIMMEL'S PERFUME FOUNTAIN, an elegant ornament for the drawing-room, ball room, dining table, &c Price from £1 10s. Bimmel's Book of Perfumes, with 250 illustra tions, 5s. ?RTTf^kM K RTnTMTgT.j . . . ?'?? . Perfumer by appointment to H.E.H. the Prin cess of Wales. 96, Strand ; 128, S^gent-street ; and 24, Corn till t London. ?-' . . Sold by all Perfamery Dealers in the world. mxo EX T filC T OE BREWERS' YfiAST----Harper Twelvetrees' 'Yeast- tine' is superior to Brewers' Yeast or Baking Powder for making Iflght, Sweet, and 'Whole- eome Bread,! t is always ready and sure to act, and the most ignorant cannot mistake in using it. Sold in ' mail packets and ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

^gL^ OPEOIAL NOTICE.— JjBKjlvfcJ^ During the Wool Season, and «3KnHS^ tail farther notice, -the Steamers LUBRA aad BQYAX, SHEPHERD will make 'WEEKLY TRIES between PORT ADE LAIDB and PORT AUGUSTA, leaving JPort Adelaide every Saturday and Port Augusta every Friday. ? J. DARWENT. GrenfeH-street, October 28, 1867. xc FELIX IcLAEI N,' AUCTIONEER AND COMMESSrON AGENT;' Murray-street, Gawler (between the Old Spot «ad the Post-Office). Goods Sold on Commission. Properties Valued, and Sales attended in any ^art of $he country. Prompt- settlements may be depended on.' Gawler, February 21, 1866. xc LOUTS LEY, Licensed Subvetob, Lahd ass Cqbbdb sxok Agent, Agencies at Auburn, Clare, andP^verton. N.B. — Architectural Designs Prepared. Money to Lend «n Freehold Security, ace POST WAKEFIBLD. ? TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. R& WHEAT BGUGHTonOommisBion,Shij»ped, ^Stored, *rdisposed.of acrording^o instructions. , i0:\ Bags Lent to Farmers. Up-country Stores promptly forwarded from Port Adelaide. xq...

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ENGLAND TO THE EQUATOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

ENGLAND TO THE EQUATOR. TO THE EDITOB. Sir — In answer to Foretop s first question, I beg to tell him that the passage from Liverpool to the Equator in 10 days by a sailing vessel is simply impossible, though it may be done by a first-class steamer. The difference of latitude alone is over 3,500 English miles, which would necessitate tbe ship's speed for the 10 days more than 15 miles' per hour. Though there are ships that can go lo miles per nour, yet lor a ship to keep it up for 10 days, in that part of the globe more particularly, is impossible. I have before me over 400 abstracts of the logs of ships that left England and America (New York and England being the same distance: from the Equator), and the average passage^ from New York to tbe Equator is 31 tiays alL the year round, and the quickest passage was - accomplished by the Flying Cloud in 17 days.. I have only 68 abstracts of vessels fromj England, and they give an average of 36- days to the Equator, and tne quickest recor...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BENEFIT SOCIETY. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BENEFIT SOCIETY. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETIN&. The Annual District Meeting of the South Australian Benefit Society was held in St. ? Francis Xavier's TTa.11, on Monday evening, January 27, at 8 o'clock. Present— Mr. P. Hogan (Chairman), Mr. T. Ferrestall (Vice Chairman), J. Kemp Penney (Corresponding Secretary), and the following Delegates : — _j Parent Society, Mr. P. Bennett, Mr. Magaghran, Mr. T. Regan; Gawler Branch, Rev. C. A. Reynolds, Mr. M O'Shea ; Kooringa Branch, Mr, J. J. . Cronin. Kapunda Branch excused ; Clare Branch fined for not appointing Dele gates. The Secretary read the balance-sheet for the past half year, which showed the funds to be as follows : — Receipts — Balance last half-year, . £206 3s. 3d. ; levies, Parent Society, £69 Is. 2d. ; Kapunda Branch, £25 4s. 3d. ; Clare Branch, £8 10s. 2d. ; Kooringa Branch, £2 18s. 8d. ; Gawler Branch, £25 2s. 5d. ; interest, £3 5s. Expenditure— District and Trustees meeting, £1 12s. 6d. ; Widow and Orphan...

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THE ROCHDALE CO-OPERATORS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

THE ROCHDALE -CO-OPERATORS. i The Kochdale Equitable Pioneers' Society (limited) — so famous throughout the world for the significance of their name and the success of their enterprise-^-have been erecting a new central storehouse, which has cost' them more ?than £10,000. ; The proximate completion of it was' celebrated by a large tea-party, followed by a public - meeting and ball. ' The meeting was held -in -the Theatre Royal, and was attended bvMr. Hughes, M.P., Mr. W. Morrison. M.P.. Mr. E. Vansittart Neale, Mr. . H. Pitman^ Mr. G-.- J.. Holyoake, and a number of the most in fljrehtial residerits. ?-.-??-?.?;?. ??'.? ???-?. . A repbrt-'was read at-the commpneementof the proceedings which stated : —It is'r now 23 years -since the Society, of which we are to-day celebrated the 'opening of 'iie'w' central stores, icommenced business as their own grocers. There were then 28: members, with a subscribed capital of£28.? There ^are but 12bf the original 'members living, and some ten or m...

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MARINE BOARD. MONDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

? MARlirai BOARD. ;; ??: Monday, Janoaby ,27. Present— Gaptain J.; W. Siuith (in the chair), -Messrs. C H. ?£. -Connor- arid J. M. linklater. The SECpETABY reported that since he had ''called1, the attention of the Board to the fact that1 the clause' in tbe Marine Board Act, authorising the col lectioii of ''harbor pilotage v dues had been repesiJed by the Amendment Act of last session, the- agents— of the ship- Hiruodo had refused to pay the dues. He. had consequently tele graphed to the Treasurer' bn the matter, anil received 'a reply to' the effect that the agents could pay the charges under protest, as the initter was under the consideration of the Mi nistry.1 A Treasury letter was -read informing the Board that there was no objection to at once advertising for tenders for the deepening opera tions at the inner bar. With ? respect tb pro curing a new dredge, the 8th section of the Act 26 of .1866-7. rendered it necessary for the Trea surer to submit a proposition for a necessary...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

; mfMfft&Lil' 6oti^pit4Ti6Sr. :;;; ' - , ..,,... r. 1 MospAYi: JUotabt 27.: ? ??? :? ??..'?? ?:? Presentr-rrHjs Worship rthe-Jttaypr /Mr.. Ji. K. Fuller, ? I&P,}, XJpuncillbra ,Pulsfbrdi -rJBiindeyj T^iuter, Wright, Hill, juntos,' .audBartels^the' 'CitySurveyprjTand: ToTf^Clerk. : /.;?' r. a; :- '?'??: .?[}?.-;? .-...jSAlTP ilCENCEST ???:?,., .i ...-;. ?: ? - Tifr. .-. HniL enquire?! during what hours sand ilicehces were;issued, because he had heard com plaints that they r could not, be ^procured early inrt'ae morning and late au the evening^. ;; ,. ; .,.? '' 51ie TOTKN OEEBK;repliedthat the lipurs were hot statedrin the: instructions given tto the officer whose duty it was .to issue ;Sand licences. .?!.'? His IW9B8HIP intimated ,that.'the . duties of Jhe Corporation' officers would be .taken into consideration ina few.:^ayfl,,,land the hours nj|ght'then be inserted ia the instructions.. , :' ? '-'?- I ,-'-,-VJ.,||C»BT- OV; JIAKIlf &.. ^ST^EETS. ..„ .'. , . -...

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WANTED TO KNOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

?'-i : ^..'CWAI^D^vkNOiT^t;.'^ ' ^:[ ?r;: TOTHBEDHOB. ,.,-„ :??;.- 8irrr?W*ll yp;j or, any^of k ypur^readersrkindlyi inf brni me whjztnerJif iis.^bssiblie-Tor a' Bhiji to' cp^e'^ni jijlferooortb' the isiiUatrarinllO djiysij 'jc^'l fiaye'Oeen- ix^opioei^y a-!friend.bf;I'hiineV that the ship hej^tejoutin J^S'dia^^n'thHt; lame? ' ' Also/3MoT^'mkiiy -s^fiare' inches' of gold'-' ittakesib^weKjiaiibn? f- J;'T. **?? -'?'?- ': : '' , .-; ' ' 'rl'''-\^^'--;^ '?- /' j . {foretop.:,:

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ARITHMETICAL PUZZLES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

; ?;? iBITHMETleAIi PUZZLES. . ' '-''?' : . : ' ' ! '-? X ', 'TO THE 'EDITOR. ' . ' J . ? ''- :-:Stt^W;pe,heaa^ff£;^sVis-mpheslbng, hii b®k' ^lpng^&'^^heya; anS^aifas lorig'as his ; 1 tail, anai,|As''*iMtil^to' Jliotig;5a.? liis .head and 'back ':' ;jjut tbgethjg^. V|iat: ^iU be* tlie ^tot^length'pif ; ^vIjefevr^erra!ee^:NoWh^dela^^ To ^''^ ..^{Answers to the foregoing must be-^-hand; npjt;later:thani.Wed^aesdayi-trEjb.-]{rro*+rr: -yz.i o7

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