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CHRISTMAS HILLS V. CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

CHRISTMNAS LII,,LS T. CALRDOSLMA. Played! at Christmnu Hills on the 24tvhlost. a nd: resultod. in a sin for Caledonia by 28 ruse. Following are the scores .r- CALSIDOSlA~.. First Innings, Jltch,, hIt Corserhand... ..,. 0 Heuae, hb.Cusnbtrlaod , 10 Gleooonr lI Dohnlb ... 2I Goodson, h.Cnoberland; '. 2 Iartley, b Comberland, .... 0 lsh'knh run out 0 Duell, a. bDohat .. .... 5 T1. Sosith, I It w, I Cumberland ' Wright,.h Coolsberlanld .... 0 Brockb Cumaberland ,... 0 Jrantls,. sot out ... .... 0.. DwigA~nnlysiS. fowling ýrun I nwtiwkh eCunberland .., 24 l 7Z a,.Lovo ... 12' 12 0 A, Dohoik ... - 42 20 2' Second Innigs.. Dlwell,.b Dobut .. 0 hPascke, b.Cl C berland ... 17' ]korcl, b Lore*. - .. ... 3 Glisononi e,.h Cuvnberlaod% .... 0. Goodson. t Wllson ,... ... 20 Ilsre, b l)ntnb ..« 11) Hinhib, b.Cuisberblnt .. 8. Ftlbs a end b Cesnberlsnd,.. 12' WOII4J, b Culmberland. .... 0 lolrck, b Oumlinrland It Hlisltey .notout .... ... 1 Sundries. ... 80. BowJitsg A'nolyals. balls I.ruons With D...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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LITERARY MALAPROPISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

LITERARY MALAPROPISMS. The Ildrrplol " Dully lo'u-t " i ,olin fnor lIIe truth of Lh foIlluwlig lilelraiy 'nla. prn Iin n,. 'lT hey IIo Ill n11 in l to hI, , th itl.h of bliolo i ii L l u 1 fi i for i i IuiIII .io0'll, i Iord r1. Moiiaioi who waniid " Ilog MyrlL arnd Il'at' " IIiknil for " lioyl, It ll c , ' n l I'ral." " Vrondl, Ago«i1a " wr 4 decribhol iIs ", |l tllt i ld liil'l I IIi' ii,,,'? ' Luii hl illll i' s " ulld n i' 0 i iIretlll t.," ,i h'ro' I 'l "louy Heino of Wa11lngn1111ow " 11t11ud fur SIIiy I1111" by W'ilshl? l I low. 'il'h Iook. 1 In 1 who l w h %.'II ,+ i 'I he IllInd wIll h " 1 1111, Hinl e I' nNIe?, h d l111rle " l1sIth tllll a lhoop ht en' t ly wa lt l " AIIII , I(I'IIn It 11 0 111 N =11'« ('0. " w111N 1111 11111 e ln tive 111 o" A11ro I 1 II ? h ll li'inli l' I 'l1h1i ho h,, ,lhlor Nhi 1 1 11 1, l l¥ 1i vi '" i llll' Altlul llulw Ih llll . h11 III 1llY 1 111 a ilIlln "11' l I11 I11 II hn Ill II 1 11i 1 Illll 1 1111111ia l 1,1111 0ll i y It lli ' ll t Ioue h ll...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE CAMERON TROPHY. ORDER OF PLAY. SECOND ROUND February 7 and 14 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

TUeN CAUBMfON TROPHY. "ORDER WP PLY.. SK.COCDU lKovn F~ebruury I~anid14 Kangaroo Gruund . IsJing ake P Pnton luill v Christnuts. Hill Caledonia a bye February 21 and 2do o 4 ·Caleonla r Rnngarao Grnwua Kinglake v Christmas. 1ill1 Panton 11111 a bye. March 7 and 14. Celedonla ,Klnglakce Fenton. Hill a Kitigarno." Ground Christmas i llaa bye * Mfatches to he played[ on the teousi of the .lubs drat-Huiiimed.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ELTHAM RACES. ENTRIES AND WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

E LTRAM : RACES, -0 ENTItIES AND WEIGHIT8, . Following wo. give the 'entries aid weights in connectioni with the rdcies to Ihe run at Elthlim to-morrow (Satur. day) afternoon :- I]untDLn RACK at lb Dolphin . .. 11 Athn 11 0 Tlintnntu ... lt 12 " Plokton(lateaolten Ray) 10 to Srlvevter .. 0 l lotqnthl ... 10 10 Marathorn . .. 10 B Blinker. . tt 0O Thle Pal .. 0 0 PoNY" RAC.,4 1.1 A.U. ast lb Templar 8 7 Seaapell ... ... 8 7 First Pop ... 4 Ityal .Mal ... 8 2 Olga ... 8,0 Clielnt '. .. " °i..." "?8 0 ? Sonrter ... ... 8 0 Oakwooda.l ..-8 0 Energy ...... 7 10 Fancy .7 6 M? s Ltndt a ... 7'. S ELTIIAM PARK, HANDICAP, at Ib Butcher ... . 10 Tointon ... .. 10 0 Stuff.;. ... ... " 8 lRomse ...y 8 10 Leo ..... ... 8 4 Itylvester . .. 8 4 Iolanthe ... ... . 8 0 Ilias LJndac... ,.... L,7.10 * FLYING HANDIOAP.. at lb Athon ' . 10, O :Evelyn .. :... 9 7 Romsey . ... 8 8 " Plckton (ateGolden Ray)8 8 ionmbehell ... .. 8 7 Muriel ... ... 8 7 Stuti ... ..... 8 68 Leo... ...... 8 5 Mlarathon ... ......

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Dyspepsia For Six Years. BILE BEANS AGAIN PROMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

.Dyspepsia For Six Years. BILE IIEAN3 AGAIN PROMINENT. The predisposing causes of dyspepsia are impure blood and dersnUgaIent of the nervous system, but a disordered liver is invariably the rout of the evil. No use attempting to treat the case locally, the root of the trouble must be reached if a pertmait?nt cure is to be gained, and for this purpose Bile Beans ae uanequalled, as witness the remark. able case of lre Annie Rohbertson, of Market Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne. This laily says :-" No one knows how I have suffered froum DyLpepalia, and suffered all the more because I had begun to look upon it as incurable. For niesrly six years it affioted toe, and latterly was getting worse. It reduced me almost to a skeleton,'aid "ismade me so nervous that 1 w's, so to speak. frightened of my own shadow. I had palpitation of the heart so bad, that at times I thought I would die. No kind of food agreed with toe, for the little I ate fermented and caused flitulence. Seeing tile notices in p...

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"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

" STIOKINn TOOaRTRn IN ALL owRTe o WreATtlan."-The friendship between mllll and man which enables them to tllkl to. gether In all sorte of weather Is a frlenshlip worth having. In times of prosperity some of as reu hardly dilstinguish a friend of this klltl from one of the other sor,. lint let the lterm elnuds gather and we moon know who the true frIend in. And when the clouds of ilckneas gather shout on we turn unturally and tIn llnetll ely in ilollnwavy's I'lls and? Ointment, They are the only frlaends w?ho frlendalip Is worth a rap at such litmes. We know It, aidl wn Irn to themin, ntlenn t In the knowledge tIht they will restoire o to health. At thei lildllll e 1'Iic, (limiiirlt on Frie liny, I tlll' , Iefore llit ,. i h,K o lt, P1' ., J*1tes illerty and W alter Richardson, ytng ll an ll, viwere charged bl y Al i 'l'hil) n I ralnt, If Iltingwood, with ateeliig 77 frrn tires frlnt hi lllroerllty At, M7llnit ihi lk, it sho lr d iino t fro?i the I t lanorillt intttui taini s, 'l'hi...

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THE OVERDOING OF TOWSER II. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

THE OVERDOING OF TOWSER II. This is a true story, because the'romal: . of the hen are still in circulatiof. When the golf epidemic captured Wheat ley the victims scoured the country far and wide to lind ground suitable for links. )li Hiaock's pasture was selected as being the site, and negotiations were entered into wit h Mr. Hacoek with a view to leasing, and eventually purchasing the land. Hi was wary. For some time hle held oft. He could not understand why a crowd of people wonted to acquire so much ground " jea' to play shinney on." To the most casual reader it must be evident that Hi had never indulged in golf. Finally, after he had been talked to by the Mayor, both bankers, and the school super intendent, and other leading citizens, all golafics, he consented and gave the lecae desired. Immediately the old pasture became a famous resort. The Wheatley Golf Ulub, its friends and friends' friends, flocked the ,. Business in the town of Wheatley was para lysed. No one had any time...

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A HAUNTED HAMLET. THE EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCE OF A STROLLING ENGLISH PLAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

A HAUNTED HAMLET. THE EXTRAORDINARTY XP?BIENCE OF A STROLLING ENOLISH PLAYER. I was the leading man. We had been " barn storming " through the provinces for some months, and the season was drawing to a close. o, too, was the time for a certain note I had drawn when the season began. Not having money enough to purchase my stage dresses, I had borrowed from a London Shylock, telling him that as leading man my salary was princely. My bill was already overdue, when, by some unlucky chance, my sharp croditor heard of the smallness of my salary. He wrote fiercely to demand the amount of the bill I had given him, or threatened immediate proceedings. I put him off as well as I could, hoping for somne thing to turn up that might enable me to satisfy his demandls. Three nights before we closed, my beneilt was to come olf. I had put up " Hamlet " and " The ltoad to Rain." My nnluuncing the former of these much annoyed the man ager, who had not sufficient confidence in my experience to trust me...

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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XXV. THE MAN IN THE DARK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

COPYRIOlGT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. 1MONK FOSTER. CHAPTER XXV. TIlE MlAN IN THE DARK. "G eotrey! Oh, Gcoffrey. what can y n mean P . Those words were wrung from the girl's lips by the nature or her lover's totally unexpected declaration, and the sweet uplifted face and wide, question. ing eyes mirrored the wonder she felt. " I mean exactly what I say, Doris, dearest! To save me from myself-to save us both, there is nothing but an Imlmediate marriage. That is what I mean," They were still standing near the tall iron railings of the public park, and with n gentle hand he drew her nearer them and deeper into the shadow of thile trees. Tihe road was deserted; not a footfall was to be heard along its length: across the way in the middle distance some of tihe lower windows of the villas shone out duskily, and beyond them--around, was the peaceful silence and darkness of the nightfall. " But think of the talk-the sensa tion-the trouble to yourself such a course will create!" she cried ...

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RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

RANDOM SHOTS. P Ji ajtiBoe d Jlfmrkosmrtn.rk p :.There `you `.reswrg, aild our imp F;ifosus toan giegrcioua' fool the lthee: lay,:io 'ie shtipa of a free and iniepeicdenit voter. Yoo' iunay go furtherP back lil order't6o get at the ,root of th' evil. Universal suffrage is :at the: bottoui:of ii. Palavering stump orato:i are the .product of the hallot b'i under your:present system. Tren t `withs ire senot it~o Parlia~rent and Treiwiths turn out their parliamentary handy'wok iii lIegislation of: 'he stampp of the' RailBay Trust Act. You expect legislative tinkers to turn out llrst-class pliaibiig work. ,.Oi, yes, you expect to gather grapes and .,-ako wine from thornls sod thistles and noxious weeds. You put pearls i 'lthe snouts of awine ; you set eockstrice eggs and expect fat 'turkeys for Xicas. .Youu have heard, good 'master--rl-the -imp continued-of the Ihawyer, who, when consulted on a teau-gutina case, .wrote an opinioln ic handwriting that, the ordinary piublic ioutelr'itird f...

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A GOOD DOG STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

A COOD DO STORY. The best dog story that has reached us for a long time is related inc the Nashville "lBanner." The narrator of this anecdote wasn driving with a friend who had a very sagacious dog. To show the anim gl's cleverness the owner got out of the carriage, held his.pocket-book to the dog's nose, and then ta.king out a half-crown piece, hid it under a large rock. 'They then drove on for a half mile, and the dog was com mcanded to fetch the coin. The anicmal, without the least. hesi tation, started back on a run, and the owner of the dog explained that as the rock was hecavy, the dog ,would be unable to turn it over, so would. hare to scratch under it to reach "the money, and it woluld take hini sone time. It 'did, for he had not atppeared when we retired, about ten o'clock. a Ealjy next morning we heard a sharp. hark' at the door. When the dooc was oliened, 'hi rushed the dog, Idrcggiiig'with him a pair of trousers which he dropped on the floor. 1Of course we were mystified...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

•A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy And Nights Miserable. The Oese of MvrS. .FORTINTON' (By a aLe? ? Rslr,) "Without any other end than to per form my .duty to the public," said dlr. Samuel Fortington, of No. 485 ltath down.etreet, Carlton, to our reporter, "I will try to help them by answering your questions." 'I believe you have often spoken about a remarkable escape you had souto years ago. Do you mind telling me all about it?" With characteristio kindliness dIr. Fortington answered: "You shall hoar evoryUtiug that happened to me.' To begin with, it is as well that you should know something about the hours I have to work, for I consider this a matter of great importance. I work a number of hours on one shift at night, and then I have to do a similar period during the day time, so that, you see. my meals are taken very irregularly. I stood it all right till a few years back, when my diglstive organs commencod to play up with me. A feeling o ofppression in the chest appeared direc...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

J; T, MACKEY, JUiR,, Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, Royal Pln1c (n81 Swan-street), RIOHMOND. 18 years mauufav'iseing for Hall. and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S. H. W. Pither (Late of Jfelbuorune lMarket ). The ealty legitmate Produce Merchants in the I)istrict. STARGE supplies always on baud of'the S J following : Bone Dust Baperphusphate(Cumming, Rmith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed , Tarrarian, Algerian, Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshilre Hlero Peas and Strata. gem, less than MIelbourne prices . Chaff. ayr. Brat. Pollard. litraw . BEarley itlce Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt Seed Maize, Garden Heeds. lverything in the T.' ER ONLY kept in stock. AGENT for he colebrated USBlvltti. A oall swill.covion e everybody. S.[H. W. PITHER,. .IL.'.YDAo.E.. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) ' s?i"JL 1"X P AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DHVILO, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by poet receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implements,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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GREATING NEW WHEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

CREATING NEW WHEATS. Some of the important principles and facts to be observed in experi mental work for the improvement of plants will be of interest to the gar dener, as well as :.to the country farmer. The individual plant . produced from a seed is.:the most important unit in plant breeding.? Th?e' bud unit," thdingh of 'inicli' onseiuence in case of. maritel bud vuariation, is usually of. ,iior.ir iniortarice. Here-. dily, centriiietal-lik; , ?iiblei us .tbo produce fron? certain choice plants many descendants lwhich, on an av 'rage, quite" resemble theilr parenits. V'r.iations, ient-riipetail-like I causes the poduiction" anmoig 'the tlesci.yla ants, wiLth manyv aveirago' plants, of a fuew very 'good lidilIduals andc a few : very poor ones. ? iy selecting those :best plants which tipon t?ial produce ?iuperior pirogenyt :theu whiole vari ety'iiay. be slightly oi' coiisilder-' ably 'improved. Since the plants of each: suicceeding :'genieration ' also - sty .by" 'reupeatedly~' Jch...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

Copygh(Cait.) IBLAeKMAILERS. ,it tirrin lRomance of EngIanb alt Lustralia. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "The Thirlstones of London," "Hleaping the Whirlwind," &c. SUMMAILY of Opening CIIAlPT"LItS. Mailcolni l'iazer, the owner of a 'cLattl. station, is standing at the hut, ill the wilds of Westerin Austral lit, wý'heli his mate, .1 im Connop, re tfuins: fronlm the neiwest scttlemlent withll'lletciis aidl pi?cers. -"irotm tihe Inatte' they letirli that fItnds areo be iog rithed i Melboliurt ieand Sydliey 'forl' an expledition 'to Cseirch IIfor Sli Juli \allt'nliger and his coniipallioti,? w?ho have been lost while explol'ing?.i Whi!le they are lisclussing the qulllest lou, i' trlangerl, hatl ess and bootless and ll ii rugs staggercs up to the hilut anld iappIeal for helpl. ie is Charlcs Tr'l'avers, one of Sir Johnl's cocnpan lonlls. Of the sixtecn who fori'ied the expeldition, all butil Sir John, 'l''rav iS in.CL Yorke, tlhe scient ist, have iperished. Sir' John, is lying a...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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LILYDALE AND WARBURTON RAILWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

LILYDALE AND WARBIURTON RAILWAY TRUST. The ordinary nieeting of this trust was held in the Lilydale Council OChamber onThursday, 15th inst. .There were present :'[ The chairman (Com.. R Kilpatriok), and Cons. Oleak, Ryan, Kins,' Wildman, Smith, Janson, Brisbane, Rouget, Wallace andd Jeeves; Mr J. H. M'Comb, secretary, and Mir W. H. Lewis, solicitor to the trust. CnnRRESPONDENCIE. From D. W. lurst,'stating that h' had been placed in the wrong division of rating. The secretary said that he had rel,lied to the letter.-Approved. From EEngineer'ini-Ohief, re tempo. rary use itt connection with claim No. 54. P W. Ryan.-Received. Fromt same, re temporary use inl connection with claim' No. 55, T. E. Ryan.--Receited. From J. C. Wildman, re rates. Agreed on the motion of Coma. Bris bhate;and Ryan tlia' Mr Wildman be informed that at present the trust caannot alter the ruiing, out if he pays the amount due the truet will consider •-the, dvljbli o m ing ,roelund if From Com. A. B. Taylir and Mi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 30 January 1903

INCOME TAX.' SCHEDULES hy ADE UP ; reasonable charge. Letters promoptly atreuded to. WxILLI.\A. ()LDIA.AM, Anderson's Creek, Warranudyto. DIAMOND CREEK. I-Drapery, -Clothing, etc. .,ER offers a large S ' stock of goods at greatly reduced prices. COME AND SEE. Medical Notice. O DR 0GORDON PHILLIPS, L.: R.C.P.,Lond.,M .I.C.S., Fug., L.S.A..Lond Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May he ConFulted Every Wednesday, Eltbnm, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Kangaroo Ground (if instructed at Hel delberg before II a.m.) Every Friday 3reensborough, 1,30 to 2 p.m. Dimnond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON,' Of Heidelberg, S ISITS-. El.TIIu, Tuesdays, 12 noon. Genomoanonouonl, 'l'iuesdayo, 2.30 p.m n DIlAonu Canux, Fridays, 3 p.m. OR, J. T, CHAPMAN or YARRA GLEN ISITS KANGAROO GROUND Every Meonday, 1 to 3 p.m. QUEKLNSTOWN Alternate Thursdays, I to 3 p,m. 0. F. GMIELIN, MID. SCAN he consulted ]EVERY DAY at C LII.YI)AI.E in hia new resileuce between Wilson's and Mr. Burlon'a Coach building Factory. DR. A. E. SYME, I1.R....

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ONE OF THE THORN [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

ON[ OF THE THORN;, lei 111 . Lullull'r l W hy, uoff 1 4111 · 4,1 11l I11:111111d1 wIU'11 Alr, (i lly cX ull". Ifilll'y I'm 141,1-111.1 hoII will Iluvllr nslll you to blw11111( 11' Mil.1 11' 1,111 4.11rrl, llcll 11!11111111(,l(ne I Iu uuur llw o I ()1, ilnu'11 111' aluLl LIII 11111111111 i, I.. ·I I~lit, 1 A )111111uu IM Iiol nlllhul lift alloo. tieu',

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A CONVENTIONAL BEAUTY [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

A CONVENTIONAL DIAUIY. Ilur iiurke t ore lhik the i nrn i Lou pirllue III1'I. I melon.11 IIs r ll IM Ilki it ii h1111u -. A nurlluuu oll luh, bothuhh

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IT PURSUED HIM [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 6 February 1903

IT PURSUED HIM. Illre IrnF* nud1 ('0ltnll tllem nd II IIIIIIIIH Ily Irekkind frnnItIrIer to 1wi 'Irrnnuh 'll o II i f luna 11ll r i d I " 11'ell, llc rululrn l tll Irig I uuO wi In llifom n Innnu r It owirn Ill no nounrI ,1Wolf? N o, Inriuni (lolu I

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