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LATE COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE WOOL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

? The Nw Agency Coy., >? iutá.i ^revorit ' :^M^^^l?^- -¿ office yadvises" t^'Mbtb-oui'^ uty^.:0&eifé^\éxtíéííéyif!selection bales. : America: .,ana ^ Jap .ïïonaë':tt^ quiet. J^11 bu" . , very .?ctótáest^íigbtly .weaker.' .dm pared.., ourilast;s¥îes;prices pareto; 5 per 'c¿t lower. , ^ Securédl/sëàsôri's/':recW.d ^;BIel?b^ö;l^e;V;32^d.).::r.;_..;;?í ?Mooramong.' ' -12C bales* ,dveragedJ37dil ^.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Shortage. SIR ARTHUR GOLDFINCH'S STATEMENT. SHORTAGE OF 500,000,000[?]b. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

WapJ Shortáró/ ; ,. - --- : o : -Ul ; * SIR ARTHUlf GOLDFINCH'S STATE SHORTAGE OF 500;000,0001b; ; " - ' " LONDON, Thursday.' - ou-...Artiiur; ;tjoianncti; writing.ion thëi'sub jëct of the Fédération of British industries says it may-he stated, .with cóhfldence/that > the consumpton of Australia, : Ñ.ew-^ Zèalahd andi Argentine wools. during thè year "end, ea Septemher, 1922, iexcèededTth'e ; clips that 'aré;available this yéarltíy at least;5J)0,Öjop; ^ OÔO' lb\r There is no surplus' of. ottiet: - wool* - supplies from other' countries z ' and J -no , . stock is available to meet"the shorn ex- cept'.90 0;0 00 bales, of. Bawr£v,w.jjôi 'which is mostly- crossb:réà/j>^ A^éfc that/ is; used .up the world niust"be. content to consume; 500, 000/00.0 lb; less wool yearly than was -passed ; through '. the " machinery ' during the- year/ '..feridedaSèntëmbér ;iast/;,v'- 'j.;-* ''-:< V"

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Victorian Tragedy. ALLEGED MURDER AND SUICIDE. GIRL AND YOUTH SHOT. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

^ 'GIRL. AND YOUTH SHOT.. ~ ?. WJiile Mary and Kathleen Sisley were ( riding to.,the Nyah* Railway Station in* a \ .jinker a youth "named Wilfred Foley rode - upN on horseback and after fatally shoot- ing Mary, blew his own head oft*. " It " is stated .^that the girl .would n bf "reciprocate / "the youth's attentions.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE OAKLEIGH. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

' 'ft^C: .. :7>^:TE. OAKLEIGH, y ' . '. ;^IEiyBÖURN^; .-Thursday. ' - '?*'-h*P§st^Ptatióhs'r are ; as^f ol :-Four' . ^^^^IPWA^Béyens Rosina .and^Sunbut^t/'. . tenspWeeaah^apd Attadale? ,. -.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sun Power. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

? v'. The-stbrnî7'oh; 'thé^sífn which, recently //upsets our '.cables and- telegraphs Is onlyra, . / feeble/ indication of the most wonderful' ?? fact1 concerning the sun, namely, the enorm--:' ous^amount of light and heat which it: is ". ^.'continually giving off. Sunlight is to moon- .?. . light as 600,000 is to 1, and its intensity . Is 150 times-as bright as the calcium light. - It has been computed by a "Morning P^pst" ? . - contributor that if the * sun were ^encased . ' v- in a shell of ice 64 feet deep its'heat would -. ; - v jnelt. the shell in one minute A ; Or, : if a ' bridge of ice could' be formed* from the . Earth to the .sun, :2i . mile's square in sec . tion/and -93. millions pf miles'long, and the entire-'solar,, radiation concentrated upon . . hV in one- second the: lce*/would. be. melted, - andi- in..i,seven rmorè.it wouldr: be' fdissipatedv.s - into vapour. . - - . -,

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Luck. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

JTñick. - - . A yotmg fellow¿,-.who tmly-a" f ew-months" ago decided'*:to try^is : luck'as - an owner* . and has < been .tracings a couple - .of horses - since, had'* an . expei'Jénce .at Kedron* Park /-.races last week.!-; He had a- mare - running *-" . . in ran eventf-ttand^proceeded ;to.- the totev to :r take^thçee ~*.¿5 tickets,,on ' her. He asked~ ' for . the -tickets - on. the .number the mare - ^ cai'ried on-. her 'saddlecloth, secui'ed them¡-< v and~hurne<J-- off* to watch : the . race.- ? His-3 mare failed/to5 secure a< place,; and on tak-ir: ? .? ing=ther.tote-tickets to destroy them. he-'dis"- Í covered ; to. his astonishment that he ; had; v'\ beén given tickets on the winner, : who Te-: ;:. turned a dividend of £3/8/6 _for-reaphrlQ/<»;^: .invested. He hade the pleasure of collecting-; .-.cover- -£1.02 instead of losing £ 15-:as: he;jhad . thoght when he saw his own : mare-beaten ? out of a place.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

AERAT^ .. . . M A-.N V ï' ACH' KER S. .. . WISH to notify "the Retail Trader.-, and y Hotelkeepers of Longreach and District, that'they can supply Cordial? and1 Special lines of Aerated Waters of the very best: ' quality.. Try the following.- ? - LEMON SQX'ASH. ./ - . . . CHILLI PUNCH. ???{?' RASPBERRY. " / SARSAPARILLA; ; . . And 'all other lines of^Cordials, ji-Nlp Tonic >Water,i Dry- Gir/ger Ale,. ?> Soda' ¿ ¿Water watid, Sarsa.-: - You caa procure .from .';yöur "Merchant CL* %vrite diract. ' .... .-. . . : .:? ? . Be sure<you gcf HATllRUP. L,. C. Wooldridge & Co., j % ^ Limited. ' . j Stock and Station Agents, j ^ \ IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS ! . LONGREACH. ; *' ' , - ». - . ' I 'V.'. i' ^ Spécial Agents foi*- ^ I - Queensland .Primary Producers Co-Operative 'I Agency Ltd., Wool and Produce. Brokers. j Agencies-^- ; ? » {....: Queensland Trustees Limited. ' 'j- ' j Northern Assurance Company. * ¡ Jj* |- A. H . Me N ICOL, electrical Engineer, f f ; j^. (Cer...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SBANE NOTES From our own Correspondent). THE UNITED PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

^HÏSBANE NOTES rHTFrom our-Qwn Correspondent).,- - --- ; THE UNITED PARTY. t Few. political movements in Queensland lmv.e -raised" more interested ? speculation than, the . possible, "outcome o£' th©/ Rook hampton Conference has done. '.The', specu ,v latiipris are not about the merits of '.. the resolutions passed .at the Conference; sq . much as about their ultimate/ ßuccess. Everybody is in favour of unity, that is'so fár ;as Brisbane is concerned ; but" every- body is not certain by any means what will happen in the end. It is said that some members, of. the Country Party have growri very hostile and may refuse to meet any morjB to discuss the, allocation 'pí .'peats, while some members of ths Party say they .Jare ¿convinced that the bulk of the Coun- try Party organisations will accept the new: f. ôrhçverâmt, leaving only a very small reiri \ nant- pt the Party outside the movement; } Generally it appears to be admitted that ) thejonly way to deal with the recalcitrants ' will ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ROCKHAMPTON BY-ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

THE 3 ROGKHÂ'MPyON BY^ELECTIONi" > t Ordinary ~by'^ v J in a city constituency; db not attract, ^uch ^.attention in the^T city ; bute' in this Instance : ? the flght at Rockhamptonis; being. wafrohje;dp; ^, with ïh'e greatest .fintérist^ -vTírfsrtó -d^||j^| \'|thë fact-'that Labour, must' lwin-:'theOT|ft|^ sor be beaten in the«,House/ while .the (|mf|à fSociaJists realiserthat if they- can. wírífííí)|y^; can force the Government -to go to]t|;'tne >V countryj much, earlier than Mr.. Theodore'?. would like to, dp; The Labour machine in Brisbane, is, working at -high -;pitc"h>:oh''be-/ t'^ialf of.;. the Labour candidate, arranging ~ f for speakers and for campaign literature^; f and the United ^"Party organisation .tías vite-,;, ijmembers in . the 'districts The' concern of 'the United Party ls to -get à big vote. Its .leaders-believe that with a big vote therê ' jÊjà jL gaôd prospect of winning ¿he . seat. It i^s understood that :Mr. Theodore "will 'leave for the scene of act...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Here and There. Rathere Larger Sheep.—Merino Origin Discussed. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

Here and There. -o : -=- - , , r . jBather Xavger Sheep.-Merino Origin! Dis- ? v ^ ; *«" s ' , cussed.- ~ , "' " tho middlë^iagres, ::thë/Spanish sheep', wasche ' "churro,',.' a- small ¡animal, with :; reddish -brown wool of straight staple, says ;:ÏVtr. David Hann ay, an authority "on Span ? ish^inattèrs, .in the "Edinburgh Review." ?.Thè^oyigin .and the name of the merino, -Tiay^'ilieen"'. accounted'' for with confidence, . but ;with a lack of historical evidence. . Popular etymology, guessing in its fan- tastic -way, has derived the name from ' ' ."marina,''-of or belonging to the sea, as suming that the ancestors of the flocks { were brought to Spain from England- at . the -time of marziages between the two ? royal, houses. Another supposition is that' ^ the sheep were ^'merinos" because they ^vrerft under the peculiar care of the royal judges, who also were so called by con-, /traotipn from "majorinus." Dr. Julius Klein, of Harvard, shows in his two books, on "The Mesta," an ol...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.—The 18ft. tyrannosaurus which roamed the wilds millions of years ago. It was probably the most     ferocious animal that ever inhabited the earth. The nice girl in       the picture aids in a comparison of the relative sizes of a human being and this fearsome monster of a bygone age.           WHICH DO YOU THINK THE MORE GRACEFUL—EURYTHMICS—?         I ' '* \ :- \ : ' . '?? ;.? " ' ? ". . ? .- .'? —OR LEAPFRON?                   BLACK PRIDE OF CAND ACRAIG.—Sir Richard Cooper's Aberdeen Angus heifer, a notable prize- winner at the recent Smithfield (Eng.) fat stock show.     A. DARKTOWN BANQUET.   AMPHIBIOUS TANK ON LAND.—An amphi...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SAMES. 7^v ... The Australian Estates wired the fpüów-v \7-,fi^ ? lng report on 'the above sales - .-Sheep- fe I 6300. .Market Arm at;last "we'ek's rates I best wether mutton 5d., good", wether, mut- I ton 4d. to;4id. ' Cattier-1450; Market,for J ^f¡i I good."..quality showed, improvement'on^^tl^^ fl sale, oiher descriptions , dull of sale. Primey-^ I bullock beef 20/- to 22/6. ; Prime- cow beef ^Ç%> I lSZ-.to'lS/- per lOOlbs. Borthwick's oper- '^í- I ating and purchasing 360 head. - We - sold 'fl 65 head account various owners. ' '. :;J^'';"*' fl "'. * Messrs Wihchcombe Carson, report .fi-X. fl .6300 sheep yarded. Prime mutton ' 4äd to *\'_^'">.f. |fl Cid per lb. 1460 cattle, good . trade 'and ¡V^Mj^ prime bullocks 22/- to-25/.-, best cows 18/-.' '''MW* -i to 20/- per 100 lbs. ' .'.:' ' ' Jff|t ty

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial. LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

CÖmflriercial, ? ,.; : -r~T-:o:.--^ ?' . ... ? . " LONDON WÖOIi-ÖAXiES. . The. Longreach :offlce .pf the-New Zea . land -Loan. arid- .Mercantile ;^Àgéncy Coy., v. Ltd., ^advise having rreceiye& Wire 'from, their ."don, 9 tn.'. February." - Sales ' closed .- to-day . v fairly firm tone.-, Compared, Jast-sales clos- ing rates higher par. 5 , per cent greasy and scoured super, Ym eri n od.' 6 ;;per, Centí merino ' . .lam'bs: lower par to 5 per cent- medium and 'inferior .merino. . America ^buying suitable ' 'lots 'mèrinbV' U ;.V '^V-Y-A.-.? ? .The New Zealand Lóanyand Mercantile . Agency Co., Ltd., Longreach, -report hay. lng- received th« fpllówlng'wir*-.' frorií their Sydney office. :-r'4Bydney,\. Í 2th February. Good competition at to^nAy's «ale on Japan- ese ' and American account! Compared with last week's rates prices'show rio ««quotable change, but the tendency: ls in favour of the'buyer, especially In topmaklng wools." -, Messrs Dalgety and Company Ltd., Rock- hampton, ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

IN MEMORIAM. WHELAN.-In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Philip Whelan       who was accidentally killed -near   Withywine, Longreach, on the 18th       February 1919.           Dear, husband and father is gone,but not; forgotten.           By loving, ones he left hbehind.     Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger-       Around our darling father's grave.   Inserted by his loving wife and family.   6Í . IN MEMORIAM.       FARQUHAR .-~In loving m emory of. our         dear mother who died at Brishane,. Fèbru—   ary 21st, 1922.     &amp...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

Geô. B. Shakespeare, SURGEON »ISTIST. HAS commenced practlce in Longreach, and " ?may be consulted" : at his office- in-Eagle? ...-et-reet .Xnèxt'Com&eviCial Hotel)1. t 1 ;' V -'. S';: ? , PHONE 304. S ' . '"'r îi. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHPRCffc : ^ ' .i ROCKHAMPTON" '^Jc^éplv Kenna,-. i^^iîcirpld Fi Jones, A.C.P.'A.,,.A.F;l:A. v * v ;«*? ???? - - > - . ?? ,^"*v.'. », ... .|We have:? tiièV pie^âûre 3:in^^ariinpunçïpg . tlitit we ^iaye'admlttea as^ajjparíriéir:'!in^i«j^ . ? business," Mr. Frederick^ó^^^^^t']^^^,:S. ?vhainptön, foi;mexly .puyÑcHie;f,^c,lérIcí:fNMr.í,. :H|)pping^is. an Ássóciatei,pf % the'U A^strä-j; ; lasinn' Corporation of Public' Accountants y/afjid.pf ^ .;> ':firShe name pf ;,tlie ^rmJ^ilV 'be..^' Joseph 'Kerina & Co. as,herptpfpr'e^';^ . TTiOiigreach., ; Branch Oi«ce--Sclioplt. ": of/'. : ' A?ts Building.- .Ertglo^Stijpct.^^;.,?. ' Y ?/:.?"*'?' ,;/.' pPhone 202. ' ' ' P. O. Box il Bi - '.'''/' _? " .'../ ¿Local Manager : CoiroaÊ B^ust, ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

Kràegi. 'î^^è^r^''- ..... .-^..,*;as-s&? "S'-^'-í " -:- - 'oüt oT ^-OJftsV'-' i ^r'-'-* ' "'7''. for Electrical Installations :7 and Repairs. . A skilled Electrical Mechanic is 4it ^your service to give you practical -advice on everything Electrical. If we do the job it will 5 be a thorough Job-r : completed by Experts. - -with your satisfac ;. tiott in mind alt through the proceedings. .. Maintenance of your Electrical Equipments is- : a speciality of ours. We have a reputation 1 for honest workmanship to maintaio^so don't be afraid to give us your Electrical Repair Jobs or Instal- lations; On enquiry we shall be pleased to go into details. Edison Electric Iron with thumb rest and attached stand. - AH classes of .Household Electrical Utilities Supplied and installed, OOQOO -OOQOt >O00: Edwards, Martin, Ltd., BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, LONGREACH. ?SppEP. SHEARING MACHINÉS " " . and WÍJPUCÁXÉSe£Ñ£!*&& Hi |; SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS IN PRICEfÄ ;;.ySgf ftgâ'Llâï...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To[?]Day's Proceedings. CASE ADJOURNED TO MONDAY[?]NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

<rf CASE ADJOURNED TO MONDAY 'NEXT., |¿ f-*Ät~ thè' Longreach Police Court ;thisjihöVn-f W^^tig ¿before Messrs. G^ Meacham lipEv^ertho, JJ.P.,;¿ Alexander John.- Bulkéléy' ÍG^vin appeared oh ä charge htat on Jánu . /fíiT^*^^?-^^'-"'-'1'-923t;vat Longreach," he stole { 'a .. pl -^cheque for £2i/lD/- drawn on ..the Gpm y^^^ércívil Baxi^lné Co., of Sydney," Ltd.', ^Longreach, the property of one; Patrick ;vSVÍ5K$ílS.¿.''-'SuhrIhsl>ector .' Farrel prosecuted .¿r/.¿ind Mf: R. Peterson (Cannan & Peterson) - ^Appeared for the defendant.. ;. - .'VActirig-Sergeant Fahey, sworn, ^stated : . '?'^1 knowAlexander John Bulkeley ?..Öav'ib,''.» '.' "¿cbinm in the firm of Gavin and :'j!"¿-í8ons., .auctioneers and comhiission agents ¿^^¿gie'rstreet, Longreach. At 6.30 p.m.; on ..y.'^hö-ittth Februni*y. accompanied by Con '^¿r^stabie" M'Creath, I saw accused in" Eagle-' ¿g^jstxeétvnear. his office; I had a convérsîi fe|t3bn;;vrith;-. him',"'' after which I accompanied V^f^in"v¿in...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. ST. GEORGES' ORPHAN HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

ÉSÂBiiiiiillIili £..' .. ^-.'..-"l.v- - V fío.;.' , - » n ; - ? !- .:--i-; ^o i")" ;tsT; .GEORGES' ORPHAN HOLIES.* - . fç-'-fy^$CTb.?thV Editoi* "Longreach' 'Leader;;',) .';"? v /Sir.-:May I ask for the valuable] ässist J'/v//an£e of your paper on behalf of St. Georges'. . .; "JcOÍphan Homes, "Parkhurst. Very nearly /v.;r>;l;-.ÍBvfery'child! itt" the Central district, 'that ftbril;/ " one cause or another is iii want of" a home is^forought to Rockhampton./ /The Homes?, alf Parkhurst,-"five- miles from'tire-. city£bn: i^/ltlijr.Nqrth Coast Line, are-ipr/any . child :;;í'.';.iñ^nee<i of a home. . "* ~y . - '?¿."' ll ; -;;:!From subscriptions that we haye received . fröm all over the Central . district for,-the. f 'b/Üildink of the first home it is evident^at;' / 'the scHeme. has the approval of: all-right ¿ hiinded) people.' «-.^ :;'./. ?. o^'^'-^fe ':. tThe number .of^'oWldreft /itt each/?home / is-limitfed to 25, .**.»/ ' / v/>\;/:-/; //// /Any child in need , of â/...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Alleged Stealing of a Cheque. A NOVEL COURT SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

...^ íVi'rC'. pf the cell in which "A.J j. B. Gayiri.-: who J ^^had- been :. arrested ;eai*lier oh a "charge, of I - : stealin g - a ch eque, was confined. >.. Tho I .K¿i';^mir;"''"wás 7 constituted of. Messrs. R.: Bow f v:>C^;ánd ! J. E. Clegg¿ JJ.P. Mr. Petersen " (of I ; "Cannan &. ' Peterson) stated that ..lie ap m peared for and on - behalf of the ' prisoner ? V-iwhb was charged with! stealing. He in ? jj-;,formed.the court,that he had notified Sub\ ^ iv'inspector Farrel just, after; dinner that' he Äv;'- had-been instructed to apply for bail on.be y half of the prisoner^ and he had asked thé "sub-inspector to arrange that the prisoner Wt ;.. should bc broughtHjefore a Court of Petty Sessions for that .purpose, but-the Sub-ih I v ."" spector refused to comply with; the request. I; V Mr. " Peterson then went' on to say that he ?..í^had"! again seen theSub-inspector just foe Wp.'¿;? fore the holding. of the. court,-- informing; him;-that the court would be held, but...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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"PEACE AND WAR." (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

^¿.Sift^ respondents "have dealt with, th^ ybu'-say "Out of wars cometh warsVl.ís.;:art iVV< . axioih which has deÈtji of ' meaning/rthan'.;.." :/< surface, indicates. As long as * the y wqrló?.'V moves ;on its axis and mah exists war will - .toe. It is a primal instinct " thta the cen ¿türies will not wipe-out as .long as customs ". that have been-remain. Many causes can. . toe assigned for. war-National patriotisji ; arid sentiment which carries a de£ weight, avarice, covetousness, .. trial unrestr Money is thj -in all classes-and ii and strife the root -:,--hp matter whetl "'bf theocracy, three , hi .suit, oj 1 vV-i'-'r.-T-""' ?'.."'^ "i-vi '< ?'i*-'* yr:" 'i,*;^" ..V.?» '!

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