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TWO PARTNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

W PARTNERS. JBr THBjPjJQllIGAL.i ? -_. On the .whole-it would, have been better for » them both had their wandering feet led them elsewhere than the Brigalow. sheds that shearing. ^hey_w.er£_a jaomapUccouple, to either of whom a city life, crampedjmd^onfinecL jus it is, would have been a hell. They liked to see the sky open ing abovo thein, to43reathe-the-pure_air__Qf the open country, to work when they pleased and where they pleased and slave for no man.' They were known as prospectors and quartz-reefers on the Northern fields, as^irover£ along the western jrtock routes, elsewhere **s shearers, fencers, norsebreakers, in short dli-round 'Tiandy men ' who could not easily be misplaced in any phase of back-block labour, ^Fhey-iold-jains of their experiences/ on the goldfields of three continents— a happy Bohemian pair of 'ne'er do weeia.'' Ikey. Brown with, his shaggy hair and long beard black as ink, strong as ac^t'sandLgio^Byas thatof a woman ^ with his -«moQth taimed lace, his big...

Publication Title: Worker
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FACTORIES AUD WORKSHOPS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS ACT. Tiik Shop Assistants ^)f Brisbane are 'setting in motion the following petition, which will be circulated, through the A.Ij.F. and non-affiliated unions, all.over tlie country. They will try hard— to l »ro ve to the legislators of Queensland — ^^flmfcJh*^MU4^iate to regulate 1- victories and Workshops of whatso ever description, to protect teuiale- and child lalxnir and to dual witli the closing of all shops at an hour not later than 0 p.m. are matters of vital, importance to a very large' section of the population of this' colony. -.____. We beg respectfully to remind your Honour able House that t«i»»tod promises have been^ niade to introduce a measure dealing with these questions, but that, so far, we arenotawamjbhat ^.uy attempts have yet ^bjjcnjnBdb-to-fultil Mud\ ? promises, though nie evils resulting from the diKgraceful conditions under which so many of . our young people and adult females have to labour have not decreased in the least. Your Honou...

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LUCINDA SHARPE IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

tothMarphh Jmtf~ I did intend to have something to say this time about woman's wagev but I've had several letters which metaphorically pull my gn*y hairs amH™»l nw overthecyals - jo^daaing to \ wfeach the heresy diluted_wjthiny lastoratipn._^I utiglit ^a^e1aKn!!^£:^ say T ex _. '?»? 1j .,.11 -1. 1 ?—?_ ..7l — J — iiectenit. xou can:t expect to please every poay when you insinuate that after all housework is drudgery and that we women are sawnie not to see.it that wa.^. T~ V S^ Here, is one of these protests, one from mine own familiar friend who professes to be advanced anflTwouia nearly go into hysterics if-imybody suggested that she was afraid of rats. 'She goes for me, she does, as if I, JLucinda Sharpe, cared for nothing but money snaking and wanted to make the .whoia world into a horrible factory built on the match^Kix. pattern, bo run after in Brisbane. And -here i is, just how she does it — 1 omit the protestations of love and all that; we're aU specially complimentary when w...

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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

_ — ? — ^qsarrmcsr . Australian - 'Labour Federation. — Brisbane. Maritime-Hall, Alternate Tuesdays; May 18 and 27. jSejByJklhert Hiuchcliffe, Q.T.A. Booms. - Building^rades Council -Q.T.A. Rooms, Bris bane. Alternate Fridays; May 16^ ? ~ — ?- — aueensland Typographical Association.— Q.T.A^JEtoom, Rent's Buildings, AdelaTae^street, Brisbane. Board meeting, second Saturday in months May 10. Sec, Albert HinchcMe. Too woomba BraneJH-gec.,J. R. Nolan. Maryborough Branch: Sec, Robt. Gardner. Rockhampton Branch : Sec, PjJl. M'L'achlan. Charters Towers Branch: Sec, W. G. Bowden. _ ??*, t— — Q.U,B.L.P. Society.— Q.T.A. Rooms, Brisbane. Every Monday; -General Labourers* Union*— Brisbane^Mari^— time Ha.ll. Alternate Mondays ; May 12, 26. Acting Gen.Sec~.,TVJ. Bevan. Trades Hall Board of Management.— Bi is bane. Q.T.A. Room. Alternate Tuesdays ; May 6, 20. - ?-'-?--; Painters' Socioty. Bi4stener^^fcrttoiim~^~ teurate Tuesdays ; Mjay- 18, 27. Plumbers1 and Gasfittors' Society.— Brisbane. Q.T.A....

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PLAIN THOUGHTS FOR PLAIN THINKERS. III.—Government Life Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

PLAIN TIIdllUHTOOR^POT TfflWERST III.— Government Ufe Insurance. v The enormous amount of money involved, as well as the mental quietude at stake, in the pro posed -scheme of insuring the railway men should induce the Government to start an insurance de partment of its own-and thus avoidthe enormous' entanglements, risks, divided interests and see saw commissioiiismg which surround the various schemes suggested and submitted, by tlio-public companies. These schemes, no doubt, are all founded on shrewd business luwis and would amply repay those offices which had the carrying out of them and would, in all reasonable proba iiility^Teturn gpiifg value ^tori;heinoney4uwsted^ Still, the very idea of such an enormous annual revenue of £30,000 and that from one organised class of workmen alone, going with a golden ttiud into company coffers should at least causeany thinking person to wonder why the GoVernlnWrtiiasBrt ^alreadv^scooiJed the idea^jf becoming profitably interested in the wel^be...

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

_ — ^~ _ Chapter VI. „ ? 'Dr. Lwte ceased /speaking and^t^emainod ^ ^*ilt»ut, emleavouring to foitn sonio genelul con- ^ tjeption of the changes in the arrangement of soqBty;im|)liBdJ in .'the tremendous revolution which he had described. Finally I said, 'The idea of such an exten sion of the functions of government is, to say the least, rather overwhelming.' 'Extension !' he repeated} ' where is the ex tension?' . ; . „ 'In my day,' I replied, 'it was considered that the proper functions of government, strictly speaHmj^JKepe4imited-krlceeping the jMsace and 'deie^o^g tTie lieppleHftgainst the public enemy, that is^ to the military and police powers.' - ' And in heaven's name, who 'are the public enemies?' exclaimed Dr. Leete. ' Are wiey France, England, Germany, or hunger, cold and nakedness? In yaw day govftrnmftritfi wnrft an- — . — -onstomed, pn the sligiitest international mis understanding, tosejze_jipgn- tlie bodies of ^tif^ns^rad~ofeliveF them over by hundreds of thousands t...

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THE WORKER WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

LZClLWnCERMfitlJ. JQueenlland Lahouiyrfi^JTniongjvliQ mayVraceive bundles t of Workers are informed that the~ papers are sent under instructions from their secretaries for free distribution, toamemhers ~&f~lKe union only. - ? r - , The Queensland squatters associations are federating with the now-forming Australasian ISmployers' Federation. ^The ^Queensland, Vic toiia^z^pth_iAustraiiair^nd NvB.^. —Em ployers' Associations are all in it. ' — ~v ' The Graziers Butchering. Company, of Brisbane, has always been bigotedly and unrea sonably anti-union.' It is the greatest and richest ol all the Queensland, meat-supplying firms and yet it is the only Brisbane butchering 'firm wijlch :1s standing outT-fthe ThursdayHhialf r holiday/ Every other firm, without exception, is .in the ohsiwf, yet the Graziery for pure cussedness, is keeping open and trying to make a song of closing every clay in the week, except Saturdays, at 5 instead of 8. This is on a par with the Grazier plan of openi...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

Ohapteb V. When in the course of the_ evening the ladies retired, leaving Dr. Leete and myself alone, he -sounded me as to my disposition to sleep, saying that if 1 felt like it my bed was ready for me. . . Whenever 1 wanted to ^o to bed he would give me a dose wliich wouH~msure me-a wound nightV slceo without taiL Mext morning-r^io-doubt. P ^vouldjKa*ke_Mith tlie feeling of an old citizeiii 'Before I acquire that,' I replied, 'I must know a little more about the Boston I have come back to. You told me when we were upon the housetop that though a century only had elapsed since I fell asleep, it had been marked bygreater~ changes in- the conditions of humanity-- than many a previous millenium. With the «ity be fore melcould well belietye that, but I am very curious \aj kuuw whuiL euui« uf i-ue changes have been. To make a beginning somewhere, for the subject is doubtless a lairge^ne^wiiat solution,, if anyf have you found for theiabour question T ttr was the Sphinx's riddle of the ni...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

— * CHAPTER IV I Tnin not faint, but the effort to realise my position made mo vory giddy and-I-^remember^ that my companion had to give me a strong awn as he conducted me from the roof to a roomy apartment on the^pper floor of the house, where he insisted on my drinking a glass or two of good wine and partaking of a light repast. ? ' ? ' I think you are going to be all right now,' — ho aaid cheerily. . — * — .— - ? ? ? __ — _4iXf_you-had told me^-J- replied, profoundly— awed* ' that a thousand years instead of a hun dred had elapsed since jlast looked on-this city, I should now belieye you.' ? 'Only a century has' paased^-hc answered, — ?'*'hiitrma«y^--imHpmiim--fo^6i» world *s history ? has seen changes less extraordinary.' 'And now,' he added, extending his hand with an air-rf irresistible cordiality, 'let me . give you. a hearty welcome t^4he Boston of the ' twentieth century and to this house. My name is Leete |Dr. Lee to they call ma*' . . . ',* . Alter Dr. Leete/ had responde...

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THE WORKER" MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

Mil 111- . ? -^^ ^ ai^ — — — — — — M^^M 4?kogbess in THE-Busa— The oH't standard by which we lionised a man aeeording tb^the -quantity of whiskey he consumed or the' ability mm which he manipulated the 'JE^ter^o^jfae ' Kipp' ^as vanished. ?« * . . Tjaniblihg^ was parried oii to a frightful excess and theiBxchang worse, was the only innocent -?) pastime of the worker of an^vening, Sunjiays included, ^fol lowed, when the shed was cut out, t-y orgies, the nature of -which beggars description. If men have now gained an- appreciable sense of higher possibilities what have we to thank but, the influence of that Union which has' been de rided and condemned by many employers, of ' labour. _Tiuie^J^ereJa_yjet_niiicji _ to—ho dosijedy but we' have beguivto think ihsteli^of^uffering with apathy; Hope takes jthe place^~Or -Despair. . . . . 'The advent of1, the Worker then, looking upon it as we do, as a friend of . the family, speaking as we spBal^ and thinking as we think* is regarded with fee...

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THE EDITORIAL MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

I«E^ITflRIAlMlit May Day, .this is May Day, the by-gone jubi lation of our forefathers for the reconquering by the bright sunshine of the bitter Northern winter, the new-born celebration of- tha passing of the.workers' winter of discontent. In' Ger many, in Austria, in Belgium, in France, all — thwtfgh^ur^pe^^n^e^^itGdJEin^aom-an€[4n the great English speaking ^-epublie aefess the Pacific, millions of workers are gathering at this '^imn^^oiee^he-demanda_of^ Labour fciTtair conditions^^abGtmng.~^mBr^m^^ was there such an awakening. Never before have men^ of the kindred white nations joined so solidiyin asserting the duties of governments and the rights of man. Never was the world so hear to better things as at this time when the mur murs of organised ^nillions come like rumbling thunder to thouars of trembling rulers. - What will be the doings in the hear future none can tell. If this May day passes quietly it inay stilL . be that Revolution will soon imr it^Hgiant __8trBngfth in Eur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

I Advertisement Leases. I In consequence of repeated applications from I would-be aavertiser&; who RVii^^f.jy fl.piiftyiq.fo I the phenomenal circulation of the WORkBK, the I Itoard of ^Trustees has decided, if sufficient in I duoements offer, to put on a coloured coyer and I Jgagg it for advertising purposes, — J^r-fceRns-artd- I aU otiu* information address the -Secretary, I Wobkeu Office, WJiarf-street, Brisbane.' Ten I ders for fu]U_j3ages (with right to sub-lease) I To Members of Co-operating Unions. I . Your papers are forwarded promptly to your I secretary unless other instructions- are received I through him. Any member of any co-ot-erating I Union desiring his WOfiKEB sent direct will please I forward his private address. through his secre I U'ry' ~~ - — ? : I ? Tojtteinfrarg of the Q.R.E.A. I By special arrangement with Mr, James Wil ? kinson, secretary of the Queensland Railway I Kini4oyes; Association, the Worker wilHre sent I direct at the co-operating ratajo^j^...

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PRESS CRITICS ON THE "WORKER." [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

'W-BST!RiTffiS^IN^HE^ifflRKtRr— The -. Endeavour- Tfrms thinks the Wokkeu: * ' ~~;_ ? Should boom alpng^ ~ ? ? l^RKjliivawwood-Minimj Sour/tud't). .sbjc — — We have uo doubt iOt continues as it .has- com .: ? inoncod, ^It-will 'he~of serviiecito' thg^counliry in. endea vouring to keep the scale balanced between capital'' ancT labour. ? - The North Qwendaiid Chrom&e^efa^&t- the kernel when it remarks that the Woekeu is :?'? Evidently independent of pecuniary support other than that from labour associations. On these iincs it is bound to have a large circulation. Thk Lockycr Star sees the- sore point of :._ the industrial question but-does not seem to -sefe = ? . jihBtrt.h-VWottKMn' iu tiding lu do the veryHEning ' it thinks should be done when it says : — No doubt the new journal may benefit the working ~ classes by assisting their rights, Imt if tfie Worker could benefit those who are unable to obtain work^or -.-. find a solution of the question now fcioublinglhe Leg...

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SMOKE-HO. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

- ? ? ,-- ? 'The Maritime Council of New. Zealand represents ljy-50_ workers, namely :— zCoal ^miners, 3000 ; seamen, 3000 ; wharf 'labourers, 3500; whaTf cartersp800^ marine officers, 300;. ^stewaTds^nitl cooks, 450. The New: Zealand Go vernmenjb tumbles thairthis body is a force -and-is-going t&liaiye -a peaceful conference with 4.t4his-month-to discuss various Jahourjnatters. - ' Chief Railway Commissioner Mathie=_ son came— ^o --Queensland-, straight- from the general managership of the Glasgow and South Western line, Scotland. This company tried its level best to break up the Amalgamated Soeiety ©£ Railway^Seryantsfor Scotland ^anxLonce went so far as to issue a circular notifying that no union man would be allowed to work on its system;. .*?'.??' Organiser Casey (A.IJ.F.) has visited Bundaberg and Maryborough and is now in Rockhampton. He finds a strong federation feeling-and expects that ' districts ' covering the entire coast will soon be in working orderT Afteg-list...

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Eight-Hour Anniversary Union-1890-Balance Sheet. Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

Eight-Hour Anniversary Union— 1890— Balance Sheet. Receipts. 'm ' £ s. d. £ rs. d. : To Government pavings Bank j last balaiice .. .. .. 239 7 .6 I Q.N. BankJast balance ? - . . 211 19 --9 | _, ? Gash in Treasurer's hands .. 9 0 8 Guarantee Money ? . . . . H 0 0 Donations— Cash . . Ill 11 0 — „ ' Trophies . . . . 369 U 6 ? Tickets^for-iJtft distribution -^--jatS-^© Tickets at Gates, 1st March . . . 120 18 10 Sale of Refreshment Booths 98 12 0 Entrance fees to Races .. 28 17 0 Labour Federation re Ex penses incurred by Demon stration, 10th Aug. . . .. 115 i; l -__J3hopA8s°i8tants' ditto ;.fllj| f _. ' ' ? : ? — 2 5 10 Interest on Deposit, Goyciui inenrspings Bank .... 8 5 11 ? Discountjon Bills .. ... ? :J-— . 3 10 10 InsurancfeoireottageTefunded 12 0 Hertzbefflr ^fc — Millingen — re-— — — '-?- funded1 ion Prizes .. ..186 ? ? ' | ? ' ' ~—. ? 2 5 6 . I ' _. . ? ^LJL-JL Ti|e| Eight-Hour Anniversary Union (Brisbane) is now able to^seraside a substantial sum fqr the proposed Traces Hall,...

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BOOKS WELL WORTH READING. How Queensland Workers Can Get Them. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

ilDi%ijow ffisonic; How Queensland Workers Can Get Them. ? £T is hardly^good 'enough to know that such and such a bookls good if you can't get hold of it not even though within a few hundred miles it* is selling for a shilling ^ind you jiaye several of™ them to spare. ? . ? -,— ^-- Co-operation on sound business lines will solve ^tEeBifficulty], It is Jiot possible just yet for the workers to getrup for themselves the 'travelling freej library ' which the -Boomerang is always urging the Government to start, but they can chip in their sixpences and shillings on la ' Book Eundi' ]to be in vested jtieheapand popular books, - these^ be supplie^l^^atln&Qimy^df^saipfflfl- receiptof thecost price as announced in the - Wobkeb. By such an n&rrangement it would speedily be possible to send ' Looking Back ward, '..' Co-operative t3o^monwealth,' George's books, ' Story of an African Farm ' and innu merable other^soundr fascinating and elevating Ijooks to the Flinders or the Mara...

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THE WORKER'S MONTHLY LEADER. May, 1890. THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

THE WORKER'S MONTHLY LEADER. ^-^H8fif-0HttHEVlt - HfeNOEANGE^s ^l^iroolOoflj^ ^vUf^eHaltndr doddering ignorance that cannot see a foot ahead, that cannot understand why sometimes it is right to endure and why at other times it is right to shake things; the [self -satisfied jgnor nmoe-that looks upon the wtjuld-afh-a frog mights from the bottom of a welTj/^ie' pathetic Ignorr . ance that believes it is knowledge ; the childish ignorance which will tear to-morrow that which it treasures to-day. It is because we workers have beenvignpraht tha£_-J5^«uffer from social wrongs. It is because we~are^stHi - ignorant that we cannot cure these wrongs instantaneously and permanently by thejsupreme^xwer that . lies in ^thepopula^wtltr ^^fever-iBtr-tts^fbrg^t-tijiSi-in^ our combat against ^vil, in our fighting for the collective good, The workers are their own jworst enemies— because they -are ignorant, be-__ cause they do not know. # #? .*//.? ' , It is true that Capitalism is heartless and ~bru...

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THE ADJOURNED CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

THK AlMOUBNKl) C0XKBhKNTl|.L - ._.' The conference resumed its sitting at 111 o'clock on Saturday morning, 17tli instant. [The1 hon. E. B. Forrest again took thejchair. TBib follow ingnfepresentatives from the Darlikig Downs Pastoralists Association were present s — Messrs. J. T. Ma|cmichaer (secretary), G, G. Cory, and (r. R. Gore. The labour delegates were the same &** tl^l!r«yi°us sitting^ ^Messrs. 'James Muliro and *f. E. Leresclie represented .the B.I. an(l Q.A. Company, and 'there were also present jjeBSfgrtTaineH Fot'Kyf.h fB»cn%^«lp-ai^d-r}ol), O. Gmy, C. Lumley Hill, W- U. Barnes (M«re^ head and Co.), T. A. Blackham, J. GR)ujbie, M. LuA^aud J. Feiiwiekr :._ : ? ^ ? '— ~~iAx* Hpencis again fully, explained tli^ -fmiut at JMile as heing Holfttynfllft r%%ffiJ£5£j&jctit-xi. tt\ n w\\H hine, which right had been interfered with by tWactianof the Darling Downs Fastoiul Abso ciatkm^^ThigJbeingjo audthe^AtBmptJy) crusJL_ umoTn^nT^gimy0nl^~one of mauy^in the same dir...

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THE RAILWAY EMPLOYEES INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

jIja ^ji^wjmMwiet £ THEjQupensland Railway Employes; Associa tion, although hardly a year old, is one of the best organised and consolidated xinionsiirthe country, including about 95 pter cejitof ^he-men on the lines .where it has branches. . It was ~Wroi^Jili^r4«femt^i^iiisation Ifliat the rail* way men were omitted f rom thB^imiversally execrated superannuation clausesof the Civil Ser- : vice Act ^ since that time they ha ve been expecting .the promulgation of an .insurance scheme de signed for their special department and have discussed the matter much -among .themselves. The climax of this discussion is now - agitating the railway \vorld to its centre. -{- ' k ( On the comparative merits of insurance plans there was, of course, diversity of opinion. Many advocated the formation of an insurance fund in ? their own hands ; others favoured it being left optional to every man where he insured pro- . vided~berlid insure ; others again? were-eittim* siastie4eri3tieki!Sg~ together and ...

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THE SHIPPING OFFICE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Worker — 1 May 1890

THE SHIPPING OFFICE CONFERENCE. : Thk arranged conierence between tsquatters in terested in the Jondaryan wool, delegates from the labour organisations, and tlitTlocal. managers of the 'B.I. and Q.A. Company, Limited, was.Jield fflrMonday inorniiag^^tlxiiistrrHln^iie^offiees-of— the B.I. and Q.A. Company, Mary-street. There were present — Hons. E. B.! Forrest and J. G. Smyth ; Messrs. -J.--T. Bell andlCMrHan nineton^— representing the Darling Downs and Western-Land Company ; H. l)onkin^i0ueens land Mercantile and Agency Company ; Charles Williams, manager Jondaryan Station : A. P. Walsh, Union Mortgage and° Agency Company j- -W£. — -^ TW.H i*si r^p^-^sft*! ti ng Messrs— Rr't).Y Morehead and Co. ; J. M'Donald, New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company;— Hudson, Mercantile Bank of Sydney; Jas. Crombie, M.L.A., J. Fenwick, C LumleyJHill, F. West, Jas. Forsyth, representing Messrs; Burns, tHulp and Co. ; Jas. Munro.and J. E, Leresche, representing the B.I. aud, Q.A.'Com pany ; A. H...

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