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PIGS IN PASTURE AND SOILING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

PIGS IN PASTURE AND SOILING. A pig former rosulvcd to keep his pigs in tho most approvod and econ omical way will provide green food oarjy in tho year. fctoino highly rated pasturo plants are hot available bofore warm weather, although they may then bo,tho chief resource u>r grazing: there fore earlier substitutes should bo pro vided. "It is well to allot tho land ;and provido it the nson before it is wanted. Conoh gm>.s and lucerne are naturally nmong the best for early pasture. j.ucernc is ready for feed ing early and late, it ono has land near | tho homestead suitable for it. ltye [ corn (sown early in tho autumn) makes exceliont feed for pigs and all other stock in tho early spring. For ft quick growing crop sown in tho spring, rape will generally bo accordcd first place, as pigs may bo turned into it when it is a foot high, which will bo within a few weeks from sowing. A mixed crop may be used to good ad van tago for early pasture, viz., a sow ing of equal ports of wheat,...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Gunbower Hospital Sunday. A LARCE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

Gunbower Hospital Sunday. A LAROR GATUMRING. Hie hospital demonstration at Gunbower 011 Sunday was a great 'Hid Unqualified success from every point of view. The gathering it 80 ?. which took place nt Stony Crsssiug ? n shady and secluded spot just across the Gunbower C.ici-k fioin the township-was one of the lnigest that has ever locally graced such an occasion, and pro bably numbered not less than SOU. lepieseiitins- all parts of a wide district, from Cohtiua to l-chiica. Immediately around the motor which reived as a platform was quartered the admirable federal Baud, of Kchuca; beyond these were numerous 'encircling seats, improvised, from floor boards and cases; these were backed by a large and scattered standing audience; whilst behind these again was a good acre of clustered vehicles. The collections amounted to Z50, which was also rather larger than the sum taken up last year. Of this twenty-five per cent, goes bv arrangement to the Kchuca District Hospital, the remaining 75 ...

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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. Friday, March 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

ECITUCA STOCK .MARKHT. .Friday,",'March 20th. Shackell, White.&Co. report Cattle.-A small number yarded for to-day's sale, including a few pens, of extra good quality trade cattle. The attendance of buyers was well up to the average, and prime cattle elicited very keen com-, petition, to prices fully 10s per . head in advance of late rates. Stores were somewhat hard to quit, .but good young dairy cows close - to calving were inquired for. We sold:-Fat bullocks, prime and theavyt to jCli 12s; fat bullocks, good, £s to £s 15s; fat steers, small, £5 9s; fat cows, prime, to £9 17s; fat cows, good light, £5 15s; fat heifers small, £\ 7s; springing cows, close to profit, £5 4s. Sheep.-890 head yarded for to day's sale, including several pens of good'merino wethers. Com patition tor fat sheep was somewhat irregular, but ju ices about equal to late rates. Stores were not in as good request as of late. We sold :-merino wethers prime, to 18s fid; merino wethers, good light, 1,5s Id; c...

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PYRAMID HILL. ST. PATRICK'S CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

PYRAMID HILL,. ST. PATRICK'S CELEBRATION. St Patrick's Day at Pyramid HiU was celebrated on Wednesday of last week by a sports gathering in the local Show Grounds. The at tendance was moderate. Results: -Boys' race under 14 years: A. Bramley 1; R. Jameson 2. Girls' Race, tinder 14 years: G. Ladson 1: K. Ottery 2. Step Dancing Irish Jig: Miss E. Martin 1: Miss H. Hampson 2. Highland Fling: Miss li. Martin I; Miss H. Hamp son 2. Irish Reel : Miss lu Mar tin 1; Miss M. Ksposito 2. Sailors Hornpipe: Miss U. Martin J; Misses Hampson and Esposito 2. Sheffield Handicap, 130yds, final: J. Godfrey 12/4yds, 1; J. Dreghorn HJ-jyds2; R. B. Drew 13yds 3. Time 12secs. Time Test Trot (un registered): A. Wakeman's Tom boy time 2.49 ; M. Cassidy'a Brownie, 2.55^2 2. 75yds sprint, final: K. Carter. 3Kyds 1; J. Dreghorn 5J^yds 2, time, 7 l-5sec. High Jump (horses): A. Gibbins' Rose 1; F. Bromley's Long Tom 2; 5ft 2in. Hunters' competition for horses within a radius of 25 miles: A. Gibbins' Res 1; F. B...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. 19th March. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

BENDIGO PIC MARKET. 19th March. ' Mason Bros report: A full yarding of pigs penned for to-day's sale.: Baconers were scat tered throughout the penning^ the majority well Rrown stores of nice quality. There was a full attend ance of local traders, also a number of outside men. Quotations; Best bnconers. -£4 6s to £-1 30s; medium do. £3 9s to £3 14s; light do.'£3 to £,3 7s; porkers £2 JOs to £2 17s; stores £l 5s to £l 17s; suckers and slips, 14s to 18s.

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday, March 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

COMMERCIAL. 'KERAXG STOCK MARKET. ?Friday, March 2.0th. AnclrcwS. Muir & Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale at tueir yards on the above date,; for which only a: small iyardinjf'ofr cattle came.forward:-" All »classcs of cattle were in good ?de niatid and prices obtained were equal to best late rates. We yarded 34 cattle, which sold as fol lows:-Vealers £l 18s Gd, cows and vealers .65 5s, store cows £2, and 6 pairs of working bullocks, aged, at £l5 7s 6d per pair. Privately, since last report, we have sold 400 crossbred wethers, 342 merino wethers, - 348 crossbred, weaners, 28 heifers, 301 merino ewes, 342 merino ewes, 200 cross bred weaners, 59 merino ewes and lambs.

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, March 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

TUB Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, March 27, 1914. A THOROUGHBRED Cor.r. During his recent visit to Mel bourne Mr H. T. Rust attended Yuille's Thorougnbre<l Yearling sales at Newmarket, and secured a very highly-bred and promising bay colt. The yearling is by the well-known horse Bobadil from Askuaton, by Harmonist from Nestling by Koval Artillery. Mr Rust intends the colt for stud pur poses. STATE ORCHARD COMPKTITXOX. -The judges of the competition under the auspices of the Water Supply Commission for the lxrst 5 acre orchard in the irrigated are:is, completed their inspections at Mer beiti, Cohnna, Rochester, Tongala and Shepparton last Saturday. They were Messrs J. Carmady (senior orchard inspector of ihe Agricultural Department), T. Cronin (director of the Melbourne Botanical Gardens), and II. H. Davey (editor of "The Fruit World," Melbourne). The party travelled by motor. The judges expressed themselves extremely well pleased with the progress made at Merbeiu and Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

Auctioneers. Shackell, White and Co. (Established 1864.) STOCK and LAND AGENTS. liCHUCA, GUNBOWIiR, BAR HAM AND KYABRAM. Echuca Sale -Every Saturday. Gunbower Sale-First Mon day in month. « Trust moneys to lend at lowest rates. Farms for sale or to let in Coulburu Valley, lichuca and Riveriiin districts. Store Sheep and Cattle always for Sale. Particulars .on application to Shackcll, White and Co., Auctioneers, Echuca. William Wallace and Co. Auctioneers and Special Land Salesmen, KERANG. Head Office-Bull-street, Bendigo. Sales conducted Kjjrano-Sheep and Cattle, al ternate Fridays; Pigs and sundries . alternate Fridays.1 " ~ Lake CHARM-£irst Wednesday in the month. GUNBOWER-Third Monday in the month. COHUNA-Last Tuesday in the tnonth. AndrewS. Muir & Co. (Andrew S. Muir) STOCK & STATION AGENTS | Head Office KERANG Branches Cohuna, Lake Boga j and Swan Hill Kerangr sheep and cattle sales) every second Friday. [ PiK sales every alternate | Friday. Cohuna Stock Sale. L...

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CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

CATCH CROPS-THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. A "catch/1 or "stolen" crop is one tlutt> is grown between tho regular an* una) crops 01 tho rotation, and winch is not eoiistdoiod tho main wop of tlio .year. 1'ho oliiol crop of tho year oc cupies tho ground timing tho Mirnmor months, whilo tho .'eaten" or "inter poluieti ' nop has its active period of growth in iiiu autumn, aim perhaps also m the spring. Jn market, gnru euiiig. tiio pnu-i ico of growing mtorpo iOnd imps is quae common, lmt> ill ordinary agr.ouhuio n< is restricted nt cold ami Uwijwrulo climates, ami is only oxu-n.MVoly practised nt wanii countries Mich as Italy, where numerous hw«nd« ary crops aro Miceessfofly grown alter iIio ordinary corn i»arve<i. in Great. Jtiuam ihe practico is most Widely lol 1mv«<1 in tho .Sunthorn parts of i'lng l.iinl, where tho wintois aro short, tno autumns nu'd, ami tIio spring early. In iiio north ot' Kngiand, and m Scotland, vvliore tIio cluiute is nioro ...

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District News. (From our Correspondents.) KERANG. KERANG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

District News. (From our Correspondents.) ' KKRANO. KKRANG TtfRF Cf.UB KACK.1. The annual meeting of the Ker. ang Turf Club was lidd on Satur day, and proved an umiualified suc cess. The weather was perfect, and a large nunilicr of visitors availed themselves of the S[>ecial train from Bendigo, and theordin ary railway services from Swan Hill and Koondrook. The Rate takings established a record for some years. The racing proved in teresting, and some close finishes resulted. Mr J. Twomey, of Mel bourne! acted as starter, nnd got his fields away in fine order. Re sults : Trial Handicap, five furlongs. L. Holmes' Admiral Dawn, 8.13,1; M'Kniry's Kilmana, 7.0 2; E. G. Gray's Spcewa, 7.3 3. Five started. Betting 6 to 4 on the winner. Won by half a neck. Time, lmin 3 1-5 sees. Ladies Bracelet, six furlongs. Mrs T. H. Barwick's Jaygay, 10.3 1; Mrs J. Reinkeltier's Indefinite, 10.0 2; Miss William's Gharinland, 10.10 3. Five started. Betting 5 to 2 on the winner. Time, 1 min 19 3-5th see...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our ftpccinl Correspondent). . i'hovo is a huge scheme lor tlio hoaulilication of a long stretch of tho lunik* of «ho Yurra. It involves tho expouduuro ot' an immense muu» hut that. is regarded li^ht-lio;«itvrtllv by tho any people whoso Alpha and Omega »> tii.* hudding up of tho city, regard less oi iho vital need lor tU.» develop tu <l llit* countrv. In connection ,'n this i>t«o'.inis scheme for providing i,; hi urhgot i ul tli ivos and y.*rtloii!» | . mo do\'r-«ati*»M of city people, while ; ;>-o who on* doing tho veal work «i <Muiv. op tho pro-j--ruy of the Siato » uniwui-iv lmii\l kvi pjicil through ma<N, tho Public \w.j-!.s I> !>:«11Iit< lit hits made »'» ,|i.nWf. It has l.-.ll limill inai .ii" Mini^vy. under a very old uth\ i.to eouipulsonly inquire l'u' i;>. arc needed. Tho laud i o nwr. extending from hi*It a lu" . .v. i>\o mi!*.'> on oill»« r Mdo, H ln»'d hv tho o\vluits on .such te«...

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Investigating the Alkali Trouble. THE PREMIER AT MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

Investigating the Alkali Trouble. THK I'RKMIKR AT MKAD. In accordance with the published arrangements Mr Watt paid his promised visit to Mead and Cohuna on Wednesday for the purpose of enquiring into the salt trouble, and making himself personally ac quainted with the difficulties of the settlers by observation 011 the spot. The premier, who was accompanied by the Minister of Agriculture and Water Supply (Mr Ilutchinton), and the Minister of Lauds (Mr Lawson), Mr. Cattanack and Mr. Kreutzer, was met 011 the-arrival of the 10.30 p.m. train at Kerang on Tuesday night by the president (Cr Radcliffe), and other members and officers of the Kerang Shire Coun cil, whose guests the Parliamen tary party were, and escorted to the Commercial Hotel, where they passed the night. THK INSPECTION. At about 0 o'clock 011 Wednes day morning the party, in half a dozen capacious motor cars, set out for Mead. The Ministers were ac companied by Mr II. Angus, M.L.A., for Gunbower, and by the Shire Preside...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 March 1914

Personal. Mr H. Angus, M.I,.A. for Gun bower, has been appointed a mem ber of the Royal Commission to 'enquire into Closer Settlement. - The announcement was made by Mr Watt on Wednesday at Mead, and it evoked much applause. We have regretfully to record the death of Mr R. Ewbank, a well known closer settler of Mead, who passed away in his sleep on Tues day night, after a protracted illness. The late Mr Ewbank was greatly respected by all who knew him, and the brave and manly way in which he bore his affliction evoked much sympathy and ad miration. He leaves a wife and a child. Mr. Hnzelwood, blacksmith, of Bnrhain, was fatally stricken with paralysis last week. He died in the Bewligo Hospital, whither he was immediately taken. . Mr. Donald Henderson, of Bar liam has been united in marriage to Miss Alice Dwyer. daughter of Mr. C. Dwyer, of Kooudrook. The newly-married pair were the recipients of many handsome and costly presents. Mr. Frank Bailey one of the pio neers of the Koondroo...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flomingfcon,") Talking Nulla warm's prospects in Murium). II. Harriet)!!, who piopatcl tlii* gelding lor all his Australian on gngemeuis, considers that llnllawarra will soon adapt him>eH to tho changed coiidunm> of jumping m the oKl Intnl. llnniMin states that Builawairu is >nch an intelligent animal that ho en)) be depended upon to quickly acquire a knmv ledge to what is expected ol him in Knglaud. Tho obstacles to whuii ho is unac«:ustoui> d will, in his former train . r'* opinion, became as easy t*' him as piatn Australian timber, oiteo ho i* ijivto a h-.vsou or two over thorn. Prize money f*t»r cmpotuion ;.t Kaml wick k<vj»H mounting up. Another Mih-:antinl increase in tho stakes pto lor important < vmi;. muk r tho A..I.C. Hup. was agreed u. tins »cek. 111.' oluh h so wealthy that there is no t.lliug whole this onward march "ill end. Only a sueci^siou of had til- A .I .e. authorities foitlv. Innlllll;; iiojii Ji:s ii.notion. O...

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ONLY LACKED MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

I ONLY LACKED MATERIAL. j Elizabeth's father was taking hor for her fin;t walk in her now homo in | a mountainous fseetjon, lie said: "JukI think, Elizabeth, God made nil tho&> beautiful mountuins; isn't it wondor* ; lul?" ; Kiiy.iiboth, who was aged five, prompt- I 1-r replied, "H'ml I could, too, if I tad tho dirt."

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER t (I'roui our Spioial OoiTospomUut). I The huge undertaking which is to h;i<;^ ai»am iho conversion ol tho su 'mii I";»i railways trotu steam t*» uleot i «'H.v is making Mvady progress, but iho rate ol t|uu progress does not in -pne much hope that tlu» lirst lint* to .»?» brought under tho now system . ..i« between fcundringham and Urond meadows-will b- ready for operation ju \i year as promised. Most of tho j.iatu- has uo<vssarily to be made at oversea factories, hut tho contract, for . lu1 condensing p.aut, pumps and pbwer | nation accessor,e> was cour<d by a Mel- i 'H'uriio firm. Tho structure* for carry- 1 mg tho overhead lines will ho obtained lure, and will In- erected hy tho deport- ; mom. About- llW nun liavo bwn i engaged lor w»ni» on tho sito of th« , power .station jit .Newport, with which r.'j'd progress litis boon tnado. Tho huiiomn w d! hi« of steel, with reinforc ed ? oiureto waiU, and from tho arehi i.uaial point n...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (Hv "Rusticus.") It in good to have u on iho autin f li.v "l the 5?uporintend--in of Kxports that there has been a great twpans'.mi in i!im i»xui»rt of pioduro. Air. Crowd's figures '.how that tho total value produce sntpp.-d for tho eight month* of tho current liuanein! Year, from \< .1 niy to l'J>th I'Ylu nary, was t.'MWte. <Mtiipaivd wuh £-1. lli$,5Sl t\.r tho Mini'1 period of tho previous yiar. " Tho <ii .»as,. amounts to over Jte per .'--m., and is aeeounud for chiotly by trade in meat and who.it. In dairv prod -ice there was 11:1 iticrca.sc ol £1/1.571. or marly Jit per cent. Of this gain 1 tit - tvr accounts tor la 153,273. or 111 \*r cent. in advance of tho figures for 'he previous year. Tuo tnulo in <1( ol m:ik hxs neatly doubled, ivliilo bu^i-i ^ in oh.10*0, to quote tho words tit tho .superintendent, has "mukipl-od .lia nt tu.-lvetnld." IVuhry shows an ad vance ol over 50 per cent. With meat til., growth i* ...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS..! (Hv "A UllllOMIlO . (>:.<. oi I in* la'.r-i i>:t T. models t.iki-s tho I'l.n ot a fvr/n.My jj.u plateau. Tni* is lir»t 1>. in di-wnward^, to envelop the eroW n oi iilf head. and i* l hi'lt allowed if spr.ng upuauix, like uu mvoned How V'j-}».iskv i, wmle it proves more be* coming to a ,\o;ing una pre'iy I ho tn. il< i ean, nowevor, hardly !>o eiiarJti-U r.sed as Hal as tho Daily Yai den or coo!to plateau, which achiewd Mich popularity in th.ir tune. A pirn '?Miii amount i>i tumming ma^si^l (>n the erou 11 »;ivi s a Ju-liiious height, the Miitaco b i^g eovor.d uitli miumt'raMe ciumps n; n.timaJ-l.H'kmg th.-.wrs. An other >|i|-jnjr lasliioa u;iieh will make Us appearance i * Jut of th- toque v:\: i\ y composed *»f Mowers. Tik-m« eimnning oais, masked wuh n-ses «>r with crocuses, hya»*jo(us, and with pnnsies ai.»l anenuMio.H, j,avv a Joioy appeaiaiav, -urh th, brilliant blue Mediterranean us a setting, In »hi! (MM1 (if ...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, April 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

TUK Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, April 3, 1914. THE MVOI.A MIXSTKEI. CON CERT.-The public are reminded of the Mvola Minstrel Troupe enter tainment which comes off at the Rechabite Hall, Colmna, on SaUir day'iiight. The skill of this troupe is now too well rccognised to call for any special mention, ami the concert, which includes Mr. C. A. Schier's dramatic sketch, "All Irrigation Idyll", and various no velties will lie given the troup's best style. Mr. M. 'J.'Garner is the hon.sec. CLOSER SETTLEMENT.--On Mon tlie State lixecutive approved of the royal commission on closer settle ment. The members will be: Messrs.' J. G...Johnstone/ M.L.A. (chairman). F. W. Brawn, K. G. Clarke, R. B. Rees. M's.L.C.; H. Angus, J. Chatham, J. Gordon, D. S. Oman andW. Plain, M's.L.'A. Mr, A. A. Peverill. of the Lands department, will act as secretary. The commission has been appointed to inquire into and re[>ort 011 the working of the Closer Settlement Acts in the irrigable and 11011 iriigable di...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER IX. ANOTHER APPEAL. "Of To-day—and the day to come after." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

'^Terribly bKlt.Ali STORY ANNABEL GRAY. OUAIMKU IX. ANOlUiOlt AlTKAL. '01 io-Uat - aiul tuo any to coino after." Everything jspparenUy went on "vol- ! vet." at tho JaMgo. Leonard was tacitly ra'«»«c/io:t unli Lem>ro, and her iuiugiuuuvo I ;U'v( i 1 Hvi wei'O MICH that »no p.euueu tlu; imi^r siuto of Ins miuil wuii ilu- s.iu>i,H\oiy glow that youi.ii ihum* ovei a Moved one's thoughts.. . Tin.'. \a;:,.!;.-io> .sitd luve had conquer ed her, uud yvt >\ v110 Unas when fcho wished slur had u<.v»r e.nue to Myrtle Lo -go, but had m.irrk\i JL'hiiip out oi hand, ami ^urna u-ed to cook ing, baking. and Mvubmiig, as a poor muu's wilV. bho might have sU;mbrrtd on them ir Utior iguot amv oi p,..^.on'.s delirium aud »U'<\ pled till.' i. mliT likiulsnip o marriage «>'.h i'nd.p r.s the h«,^. thin known lu bet lint, l'io i>. riite. inahiul ami J.-art imviaM, I).;il no |u \>\ r lu io; raoo lu-r , >i.. Vs . .ti'ai.jvN, (I. jac^-vOU, a va^k tenor i;i ioiiiJt...

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