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SEED WHEAT DEMANDS ON THE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

KRF.n WHEAT DEMANDS ON.THE DEPARTMENT. • During the recent conference of de partmental, officers; discussion took place on . the' increasing demand for the De partment's seed : wheat . 'It was stated by. the> Superint«ndanl 'of ' Agriculture that it is becoming: increas ingly 'difficult to satisfy, the demand of "growers for seed, wheat, and hi) sugges ted that farmers in'.the true wheat belt should ."be urged toi grow, their own seed from smaller quantities purchased each year from the experiment farms. In the meantime it was not in the interests 'of-the industry as* a whole 'to'actually Iimit-'ithe quantity to'be sold to individ uals,, but the time. Vas coming when iho maximum-; of a bag or two would have ,to bo fixed, and ib was desirable >to post pone that contingency in order to give farmers time to adapt themselves to the production of their 'own seed -wheat. During the discussion it was pointed out/that what the Department is now Belling- is something more than seed ivh...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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SETTLERS LEAVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

_ SETTLERS' LEAVING. ' It is a matterf. far .regret that so many ol our settlers in Bamawm and Naun eella, are leaving their holdings. During the past few months, many houses on' the settlements have; become va'cant, and, although the blocfis are .eagerly! snapped up, .there is very little /satisfaction to be ■ derived from., that, because in all nrrljdji.'.t; every settler who leaves his holding js leaving because he cannot carry on any longer. It is so /iii xhe. majority of instances, and therefore every vacant block or departure, mean's some unfortunate settler gone. to. the wall, or • at least suffering under a iheavy-loss. It is' Hot-iso in all. casesi however, and. in -a' number of instances it is because- the occupant had little if -anything to lose, and also because the. work. proved harder thaii^ he anticipated The mistake made in the first place was that, the prospects' were made too rosy by Government agents and-others and a-large proportion of those who came overseas tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

* *J) ? Commonwealthd%|§ Bank of Hustratta Brnnchos are open for the transaction of General Banking; BuoinoQ6 throughout Australia m unricr ifow South Wafoa—Sydney and Oaniiorra Victoria—Melbourne. Quconetand—Urislmnc and Townsvillc. South Australia ■ Adelaide Wo'etom Australia-IViih Tasmania— Ilobart. And at Ksypt House, New tJro.td Street, London Gable remittances made to, and draft-* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign Bills negotiated and •Olitcted. Letters of Credit ami Circular Notes isauM to a«v i>art of the world. Uills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Kankin? and Kxchimge Husinc* of ?vcr,v cle-r-riptioti transacted within (he Commonwealth United Kingdom and foreign count) fa*. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Agtncio* arc open in practically all Post Offices which issue Money Orders in the Australian Commonwealth and Papua. Withdrawals on domand may be effected for sums uptoXlOat any Ollice within the Commonwealth i/ Minimum Deposit Rate of Interest on Jf? *Si (FT) O/o...

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114 APPLICANTS FOR 2 BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

114' APPLICANTS FOR 2 BLOCKS. That. the. hunger for/land, which the Government : deigns to " make/ available from time-to time has not been .appeased, was sufficiently • demonstrated again at vie ' silting :o£ the Albury- land boar.d when there were no fewer than' 114 ' applicants for two blocks. The! result of the ballot' S- was -.Edward Cody —(first chbice"Jef:"H.'S'.F:"1\To:''l'42>;-l-;".:faliirJ. Leon. Post,; jr, (only< choice -No. 142), 2; Patrick Conway (first choice, No. 143),' 3; John' Conway (first choice,. No. -143) • There were six"'applicants for subur ban holding; 135 -acres, Parish of Jin dera, S.H.'area;. No.' 20,1. Three were '.'disqualified before ballot,., and Adolpli Emil Raschke was. successful. ■ .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

Urana Pastures Prbteo tion Board BQJIUSES ON ' FOX . SKINS. "V! OTICE is hereby given that tilt -Ll above Board will nay tha following bonuses on Foxes killed within, the Urana' Pastures Protection. District, for a period of throcl months, as from tha First day of May, 1913:— For the scalps of every full-grom. Fox, 2s Gd. . For the scalp of every Cub Fox, Is. . For Crows, dd per head. For Eaglclia\vks, 2s Gd por head. Deliverers must deliver the scalps to the receivers attached to the skins, which will be returned to the deliverers after the receivers have feeun tho scalpa ^removed. J. WISE, ■ Secretary. ■/ ••Urana, March 21st, 1913. FOR SALE. CLEAN WIIEAlEiT CHAIT C II McCULLOCII, *• , Orange Giove. i.tWltmcnt- oi Public Works, iN.b.W,, •Sgferv-, Cootamundra Office, P Tr March, 8t!i, 1913. ■-TENDERS addressed to tho Clerk of -COOlAMUNDllA and endorsed " Tender :for : Urana Post Office, Repairs' to U.G. lanlc, mil be received up to noon, on 1UESDAY, the,25th day of MARCH, 19lis,.for...

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LEETON TOWN LOTS. ASTOUNDING VALUATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

T.RRTON TOWN LOTS. ASTOUNDING VALUATIONS. Town allotments in tho irrigation vil lage o£ Leeton. and Yanco -have been made available for application on and "after March 31st; and on Wednesday, 2nd A]>ril, 42 business sites and 95 residential sites at Leeton,t and 13 busi ness sites and 11 residential sites at , ■Yanco are to be submitted to public auction; that is to say, the perpetual leases of the sites will be submitted to public competition, with certain re- ! strictions. and conditions. The 42 siies •at Xeetoii comprise a, total area of 10 acres 2 roods 6J; perches, which are estimated to return a ground rent of £530 per annum.for* tho first 25 years^' The blocks' vary .in size from 31 per. to l rood:23^>f>erJ and the centals from £10 -to £24 per annum. 1 The unim proved capital value is forty times the annual rental; hence -these blocks, ap proximating 'a. quarter of ati acre, are "valued by the' Crown' at from £-100 to £960 ;eacli; or from £1,600. to £3,041 per ac...

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, MARCH 21st, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. DIGEST OF ADVTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

.• ° - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. ■ . , TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, MARCH 21st. 1913. . LOCAL AND GENERAL. •DIGEST OF. ADVTS. : ' '•Mr/ J. Wise lias for sale by public .^auction: on : Tuesday, 25th inst., 20,000 ; feet- of sawn Murray Pino, account ol s-.'UIessrs.^Manson and sons, al' Mucra. Kir.-; Boree Creek Races—The full pro ^gramme.'of the first meeting of the Boreo ; Creek, Amateur Picrnc Race Club to £U'ei held on Wednesday, April 2nd, will Sb"e':: found in our advt. columns. A ' -splendid programme has been adopted, ifand^'gobd.prizes offered. ■■ MnPherson, Thom and Co., announce >=cleanng sale at Oaklands, on iac(-Mr. ;.0:- J. Olson, on Wednesday, 2nd April. :.A, large nuniber: ot horses, cuttle and ■ •sheep, together-with farm: 6undr.es, will • ht!*-<ofl!ered. v mv .Tenders invited for repairs to under-": : •-ground tank at Urana I'ost, Office..:t > 'i Eight Hours Art Union ticket3 are s^Hiw-ion-.;saIe.—Local agoat;;::W. 'A. Yates -• Dentistry.—Mr.-- J. U. ...

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LOCAL LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

LOCAL LAND BOARDS. A circular ■ was recently, issued by tlio "Lands Dopartment to lay members ol land boards. It read as follows:—"I am directed by the lion, the Minister for Lands to inform, yon that, as rit is considered most undesirable that mem bers or local land boards should hold positions o.n shire councils, P.P. boards, or aldermen of municipalities, it is- tlie settled policy of the department noli to appoint to land hoards gentlemen who occupy any of the positions mentioned. In the circumstances, Mr. Trefle desires that you will be so good as 'to staitjo at an early dalci what course of ,action you intend to take," The reason of this circular appears to be that ii< isomci districts lay (members are shire councillors, members of P.P. Boards, sometimes both. When public matters crop up afloctinp'cither o£ these bodies, the lay members cannot sit, resulting in the Board being without a quorum. The circular is not ilikelylJo affect (tho lay members of tho iTJrana Di...

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BOREE CREEK FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

BOREli ClllSEK. FARMERS' UNION. The crdiiiiiiy monthly meeting ol the -jUiuoii was - held' oa Monday, • 10th inst., , lint" oivuig • to;;Minf.avoral)lo weather con-' i ditions:the, attendance wasi not so large as . usual. The, President (Mr. H. Grcin er) being absent through illness, the chair ; was taken by; Mr. A. Moffat. After , the confirmation of the minutes and approval of outward correspondence a large amount of inward, correspondence .was dealt with. The following ■ wero the most important. The Secretary was directed to furnish to the Estate Dojit of Railways all the information required by them on the matter of the application of Mr. .Cummins Emu Plains; for a railway crossing. The Secretary was instructed to write urging the various departments to ex pedite action in the following! matters.,. Lands Dept.—Gazeltal of Recreation Reserve and Trustees. Water Supply Dept.—Survey of dis trict with rogard to water supply of Boree Creek. Lands Dept.—Gazettal of Trustees for School...

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URANA LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

: "5 URANA LAND. BOARD.. A meeting -of the local . lmd hoard for the: Land Districl! of •Urana, will:lie held in the Court House, Urana oni25th; March, at 2 p.m., when (he following cases will, he considered:— Tuesday, 25th March. Consideration. , Conflicting applications for Homestead Farm, Parish of Uran'a, H.F.-Area 139. • Wednesday, 26th March. ■ • Section 5, Act 1908. Smith, Christopher, 0;C.1\ 11/13, 1174 Smith, Christopher, C.L. .11/1, 288 acres./ ■' Section- 31; Act 1.908. Mickelson/. Alfred A.; IIS. 01/12; .* Ashwin, William, Il.S. 98/62, 1003 acres. . ■ ;;..., Ashwin, William, C.P. 11/(5, 512 • aiv Ashwin, Martha, U.S. 97/15, 708-at;. Section 8, Act 1899. ■ Verdon, James, A.C.E. 05/J, 527 ac Tyack, Thomas, C.P.- 06/2, 1(30 acres. Section 26, Act 1903. ■Webster, Joseph, Sett. L, 1563, 2011 acres. ■ ■ — , Section 33, Act 1903. . Collrell, James, U.S. 11/7, 140 acres Section -35 C.S. Act 1904. •Livingstone, Thomas II., Set. Pur. 11/1 864J- acres. Sec. 29. C.S. Act 1901. Livin...

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Daysdale A Daysdale correspondent writes:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

A Davsilale cji'rosinmileni. wrUcs:— The Secretaries of llie Farmers - Union ami Women's Liberal League at Days dale, are inviting Mr. Falkiner lo 6peak there on 10(tU April. Grand rains have fallen all through this part of the country. Farmers tippoar jubilant at the prospects of tl'« season, and say that if money was not eo tight~'tlungs would Ijp O.K.

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National Progressive League PROPOSED PLATFORM. Mr. Beeby announced the platform on the National Progressive League as follows:- FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

National Progressive League PROPOSED PLATFORII. Mr. Beeby announced the platform o» the National Progressive Leaguei as fol lows :— FEDERAL. 1. Encouragement of national develop ment, irrespective of State boundaries. 2. The summoning of a national con vention, elected on the Federal, franchise, for the purpose of considering the re arrangement of the Federal compact, and reporting to Parliament jas. to amend ments of the Constitution. 3. Effective voting; adoption of the initiative, and extension of the referen. dum. STATE. 1. Constitutional and Parliamentary Reform. (a) abolition of machine politics, and modification of the system, ttf party gov ernment, - (b Electoral reform in the direction of more effective voting, and adoption of the initiative and referendum. fc) Elective Ministries. (d) Amendment of parliamentary Stan ding Orders, with a view of removal of rules of debate, that lend themselves to obstruction, and restoring right of free discussion on all important matters wi...

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RAINFALL. The following is the record of be rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

^ —• J2A1 jWAIili. •The following is the record ol bo ■rainfall at Urana since 1870:— Year. Incliel. 1870 30.03 1871 21.08 • 1872> ■ 28.78 <■ - 1873 1830 1874 • . 17.56 • 1875 24 57 .1876 ..N . .... • 1124 1877 . . ' >.15.07 1878 19 08 18C 1809 1880 .. ' ... 15 75 1881 - 14 45 1882: ... " r.. 16 44 1883 ' 13.25 ld84 , 1W4 - 1885 ' 13 87 18P6 !. ;'13 95 18'7 >> •::! 28 34 18j8 -' i -V 10 54 1889 .T .... . 28 81 1890.-/ I "• - 17 93 - 1891 * j ... ... ~ 22 50 . 1892 - 19.77 1893 ' ct 17.61 . 1894 2t,29 1895 13.14 1896 14.90 . 1897 , 9.48 1 1898 . ' ... . , -8.56 1899 .. - 1 - 11.11 j 1900 v ,2015 1901 .. ' 1412 ' 1902 , ^ ... -I ... 10.48 1903 ...^ ' ... 1819s 1901 ...* 11491 - 1905 13'42 — 190G ■ - 2185 1907 * 1185 1908 t •13 48 1909 ' -f ' 16 14 . 1910 N 1911 ..r .., 15 60 15.98 19iS ' 1892 1913 (to da'e) .. 4:0b Average for 39 years^-17 .inches. . • Wiityiowa records for the ■ four years precedum are tin. folloSvs:-i-r j ~ ••••,• • ..1800 ... 1 17.91 > . 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

iVjiiKilbiiiniiiiiiiiiiiif.iiiiiiii;})' ^<p--^ThPOATS ,«iiiiiii]niiiiii •:? Hearne^s BrosicMtls Core . Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid Coaling power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asjima, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the client, " experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Coldo on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows ia Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor- Consumption to develop. Consumption is not blown where Coughs" have, on their first appearance, -been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken, at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, Ond a complete cure is certain. . a Sold by ap Chemists and Medicine Vendors. ■ For Cbo^ipation, Bitiotisnessj Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. DeSigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

' URANA SPOUTS CLUB. President, Dr. Macknight; lion. Sec., J. Trainor; Hon. Treasurer, J. Wise, Committee of 12. GOLF CLUB. President, Dr. Macknight; Secretary, J. Wise. '£ If- By Motcf Take II IS mils A Serviceable Stimuli ar&l Well Boring. c3>e>i}ald . taUp ConUneta for Buring a,^Oakland* . a )d surround 15 . . . ' " I'm p Tiicul.H'. apply 10 . .. vr" _ » X Warren -Forwardiug! & .General -Carry ' iug &. Commission Agent.. . JRANA. ,r„o ti,e dispiitclr or iieliv IL WAY^ STATWN' nt'reason^ ■ r Goods addressed care vo prompt and careful i UBAM Blaeksmithing and Carriage Works. W. R. H. DALLISTON, ANNOUNCES that ho has recommen "cod Business in new promises specially erected, in. William Street, opposite the Commercial Hotel, and will there carry on as hitherto. 1 FARMING MACHINERY. MOTOR CAR. \ AND GENERAL REPAIRS, attonded to at shortest notice. HORSE SHOF.ING A PSECIALTY. Vehicles of all descriptions built,to Order. Old Vehicles renovated and .made as ...

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Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

' i, L ;■ '*y< Tirana Directory URANA (NiS.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern side o£. Urana CreoK, at the junc ,:on of live stock routes, equidistant from Narrandera and Corowa, atK' , Wagaa and Deniliqum^ otatc Electorate of Corowa, Fedoral Electorate o£ Riverina, distant 70 miles from Albury, 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourno. A daily train serves Urana, connccting with* the main Southern lino at The Rock. Coach to and from Corowa via Oaklanda. There is a daily mail from both Sydney and Melbourno. The chief industry _ is are .farming and grazing. Population of tow'n, 400; district, 2500. ' Urana is the central office of the Urana Land District, and the Land Board meets here periodically. It >s also an important post oflico telephone exchange centre, with '11 subscribers, all the surrounding stations and principal farmers being connected, it is also con with Lockhart and Jerilderie. Urana is noted fo: the splendid gravel deposita i...

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The Press and the Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

. The Press and tlie Electors. New South Wales, country press i re presentatives are to .meet in special conference' in Sydney on Saturday (to morrow) to consider what shall be done in view of the restrictions jthat ha ve .been, imposed upon newspaper proprietors by tlie Commonwealth Electoral Act. --In] Victoria it has been agreed to charge at the rate 08 Is per inch for Ireports." of all meetings and/ to place the word "Advertisement" as a head-line to such reports, whilst in Queensland tlw. charge has 5been fixed at 9s per inch.' / The general feeling of the New South Wales country pressmen is tot fall in linetwitli the other States. If adopted by con ference, we will accept such rates as may be appointed. Tlierei is a principle involved, and it is 'only by united action on the part of tho press that restrictions above referred to may be removed. •; Mr. E. Vincent, of Shopparton, has received a letter from a comrade who is farming in Canada (reports a con temporary). He states th...

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Urana P. P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

Urana P. P. Board. The monthly meeting oE Hie Directors of the above Board was hold at tho '• Board room on Friday last There were vtesent:—Directors W. McGeoch lacbjig chairman), N. C. Clapperton, W, Weedon, J- M Carroll, and R1. D. Cujley, and Mr. Stock inspectors Gibson, Mr. Inspector 3 Hoban, and Mr. J. Wiso (secretary.) ' The minutes of last meeting were *"iead. . CORRESPONDENCE. From 0. Stickles, Bowral, enquiring re rates payable on his properly At Lockhart. He had returned his land as 'grazing land, but as a matter or fact 700 acres of the holding jras used for cropping, and ho inquired Jl he 'was entitled to a lower rave in respect of this area. Mr. Carroll enquired upon this, it half rates had been allowed in respect bf agricultural land within a group, as was the case with grazing land. The Secretary said it had been done It was decided tc> ask Mr. Stickles to make a fresh return,, ns he n'as entitled to the lower rate. Agricultural, was ratable at a carrying capacity ...

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Boree Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

Boree Creek. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ifeBoreo Creek is tho homo of sportsmen. On Saturday laBt the tennis oourt was crowded with players, and thore were soilio exciting contests. At tho ritlo butts somo very., good Bhooting is being done. Tho boys are in lino form for the coming match with Be thungm Park (holders of tho Wostmaoot shield) on Easter Monday. Tho condi -ions are—8 shots at 200 and 300 yurds, ton men a-sidu best 8 to count. Shoot ing will start at 2 sharp. Thero are eight horBes doing good solid work on tlio now rncecourso. Stan Williamson has Larynx. J. -Rose's Ladder Act is a shapely looking customer that should make a name shortly, W. Turner has.Freneh Lady looking vory well, hut apparently ho wont let hor out till 'he strips her for tho Bracolet on 2nd April. J. Pooley on Joybell, and J. Mollit on Boree Joe had a willing sot-to 'over three-quarters of a luilo. Joybell squeezed homo by u baio head. They ato two fino weiyht-carriers, and these two ridors will tak...

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A Successful Singer. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913

A Successful Singer. The .^iftpd:: young lyric . soprano. -Miaa lima Elliott, of- 'the--Garcia School of 'Music,', Sydney, signifies her'intent ion of :mahin|> a tour of:the Southern ,line during: April.: She;has engagements . rnnHo nt the • vnriouB large towna on the line, alBo nt Gren fell, Younj:, Oiirowa, anil other places, .and expects to reach Wngga ..and ■ Luclihart aboul t lie - ond, of month— •dato to be arranged. Mine: Elliott has' been. singularly succesBful Bince her debut in 10 LI, anil; the Sydney; pre»B have been .un animous in lier pniiso. At a concert given- in Goneonliii liall leeently there vvpre pri-sent Lord and Lady Chelmsford, MesdanKB McGowen, i'rt fle, -Gorman, Hughex,-Mr nnd Mrs Or Gi Wtide, Miss Clarke (then Ijiuiy Mayoress), 1 lm Mayoresses of North Sydnfiy und- Willoughby, Liiidy. Jlay,, rl/ira Connp.lly, Mrs and Mi»a Ruse, : M ra;.;Macltellnr. , and many - other .notablea ;■ Mrs, Wadi- and Mias ltoBe '.acting.as lion- H'cu.'of the organising committe...

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