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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

RAILWAY TIME TABLE, MELBOURNE TOUWILLIAMlSTOWN. P.m .-5 47, 553, 612, (616, 6(31, 6 13c, 0"49f, 6i$55"+,6s7, 7 18c, , 7 0, 7 c, 8 25c, 8 48, 1 Oc, 9 3Ic, 9 55c, 10 2 c, 10 58c, 11 28c, A.M--12 Oc, 12 18c, 12 27, 12 1I2, 1 5c, 1 25c, 1 41c, 2 Sc, 2 30, 2 47, 3 2, 3 ;3c, 1 lc, 1 30c, 440, 5 5, 5620', 5 19, 5 31, 51 , 5 52, 6 2, 6 10, 6 27, 6 39, 6 51, 727. 7 54, 8 2~, 9 ,0, i 34, 9 57, 10 12f, 10 29i, 10 57, 11 23, 11 .10, 1155 Saturdays A.M.-5 47, 5 53, 62, 6 10, ( 31', 6(i3ti', 6s42°, 6 5Mc, 7 1Sc, 7 40, 7 58c, S 21c, 8 18S, 0 Oc, 9 3tc, 0 55c, 10 2 Ic, 10 49,10 S c, 11 17c, 11 43c. r,~at.-12 6c, 12 15, 12 26c, 12 11, 1 3c, 1 11, 1 32, 1 44', 1 59c, 2 20, 2 35,S 8 c, 3 35c, 4 4c, 4 30, 41,52, 5 5, 5 30, 5 52, 6 16, 6 37, 6 43, 6 5!, 7 26, 7 56, 8 2S, 9 5, 9 31, 9 57, 10 12, 10 21, 10 3S, 10 46, 10 55, 111 , 11 23, 11 40, 11 55. Sundayo A. t.-10 20, 10 40, P.?a.-12 55, 1 10, 1 23, 1 35, 1 52c, 2 15c, 2 37c, 2 57c, 315c, 3 15c, 4 15, 4 45, 5 15, 5 31, 5 45, 6 15, 6 415, 7 15, 7 30, 7 ...

Publication Title: Williamstown Advertiser
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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. PICTURE SCREEN TRANSFERRED. STAGE USED FOR SEATING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

MICIIHANICS' INSTITUTIi, PIO'UIltE 01fi1IEEN TRANSP'ICtItED, STAGE USED lFOR SEATING, Ar the suggestion of the secretary of the Mechanics' Institute, the picture screen has been transferred from the stage to the olpposite end of the hall, By this means, the stage is used as a balcony for viewing the pictures. The lantern is now worked from above the stage, The new arrangement was in spected by members of the Institute committee on Thursday evening and pictures were specially screened for the purpose, The innovation was pro nounced a decided success, Tho position was more comfor?able, the ventilation better, and the view of the screen much more elffective. Prior to the inslpoetion, a discussion arose at the committee mleeting as to the price to be charged, The entertainment committee sug gested 9d, Messrs Phillips, Grieve and II, Ilick suggested that reserved seats be one shilling. This .tarriff was accepted by Mr, Coleman, and agreed to.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 16 May 1914

Death: NEAL.—On the 14th inst., at his parents residence, Douglas parade, New- port, Henry Walter, the second beloved son of Councillor H. J. and Jessie Neal. Aged 19 years.     In Memoriam. WILLIS.—In sad but loving remem- brance of my dear sister, Flossie, who fell asleep on the 14th May, 1910, at 25 Dover street, North Williamstown. I mourn for you dear Flossie, But not with outward show, For those who mourn sincerely, Mourn silently and low. Deeply regretted. —Inserted by her loving Sister   & Brother-in-law, Mrs W. Smith. WILLIS.--In affectionate remembran- ce of my dear sister Flossie, who de- parted this life, May 14th, 1910.   Age 21 years and 10 months. Here cheerful smiles and loving ways Are pleasant to recall. She had a kindly wold for each And died beloved by all. 21 years and 10 months. —Inserted by her loving sister   Mabel.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

WILLIAM8TOWN rO PODT MELBOU RNE. WINTER TIME TABLE. -Weather and other circumstances permitting. On and after April 14th, the Servioe will be run as follows tc From Gem Pier Wiliiamstown Week days.--- M.-6,d5 8.35, 9.35, 10,85, 11.85, 12.85. pM,-1.35, 2.85, 3.35, 4 r25.k5.10, 5D50. Saturdays as usual till 10 35, thNE 11O25, 1210, 12.50, 1.W5, Thence hourly till 5 35. Sundays-Hourly from 1 35 pCo, till 5,35, pht, Fromu Port Melbournw Week days.-ERA -7.0, 9.0, 100 11W0, 12.0. vrE.-.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, Saturdaye,-11.0, 11.45, 12.30, 1.15, and 2, thence Itourly till 6. Sundiiyo.-H-ourly from 2 p.m., to 9 p~m. FARES-WVilliamnstowns to Port Melbourne, 3d, single; Gd. return Children Halfprice. Wreeky Tickets, 1/P Monthly Tickets, 6/. MELBOURNE FERRIES Pey, Ltdi i Collins I-ouse, Melbourtie, The North Williacestown Cornr Stores, TimnbDE and Firewood Yards. torn ir F ergunon trotand ivt c ailway place t ag o Riolway Siding, FOR BUILDING MATERIAL of every description, Hsrdwood, Jarrab Paliigs,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

f ilnicipui l. pO\WN OF WILLIAMStTOWN. TICNDI??llS will bo rooived up tlo L , 'l., Tuiladay, 9thi Julno, for (I) Unlsltruction of P'iltteuj ulrout (15 ehlair,). (2) CUolutraliotll of llubuo u irot:l (40 eh:ini), tlanlli anll Sp)ooll~elthion lmlay he ill I)oet(od at thio Town Survtyor'u ilico, IfInIfoP lolo troot, Williitulltown, TIOS.. L1 FIAE(rI , TOWn tittLViuror. Coulnuil ChIatmib<3 tJ, Witllilmltown, 2lutit MaIy, 1911' r oOWN OlF WILLI.AMBT?VOWN JL IA'TL'EPAYIfIli ROlbL, Noutlco ii lluruby givul that no piorauon will bo ontitod to b ouirolled in rt'aflltlo ot anly propeloty wvithin tlit Municipolit y of Williiatoilowni utlilolts ull or bclo o ltho 10th daly of Juiio, 1lOl4, iIl silllu Illayibl it iroupcet yf rtlo imade on thlio 11th daly uof Novuthbur, 1011, liavo Ieon plaid, Ily order, If, J. OIIDI(N, Town Ulorkl, uouncil Cliiiiobori, W\Villiaiutowi. MRly 22id, 1914, ,ttulelo ll, TIllS DAY, ATUIlDAY, MAY 0:idJ, 11)14. At 2 o'cl.ol, Oii t1h11 P10omlltto, NIENNIK &...

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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

BILLIARDS, Iun ltho Bowling Chlub', billiart'd tJuriU iont Williamstown mont Elmiiuigto oiii 7odmmomday ovonmiug Inhot ind wolr do catd bIy 92 ioiitl m, theo rte i'm bmilln- lOlliilligtnm , 5(7 ; Williimm itlown, Athiii iou 150, IRyan 241, Hohh ue 111ill, lultiim 'I, ''mtmil .175. Willh lutl owit l .lu ' uuoxt ouigi-omoil li ii, vith Miioonoo L',oidu ou Juiio 3, iat Mlooieo 0oudo.

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE. BRIGHT VARIED PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

WILLIAMISTOWN TIHEATRE. IRIGIIIT VARIEID PRORlAMMIES, A bright prcgratmo of pioturoas and varloty artiuta wat shown at tho thlatro during the wcok, Lo WVittio, a clover roller skator ploaoed with his outcrtain ing feata on whoolo, Maro~n ttnd lloronoo, strong man and woman, por forneod difticult fonts with a skill that was nastonishing, Tho ploturoe was varioed and admirably seolootod to plcnso all. For to-night'u proigranno, IRosio lillo and Co., a ieonuational oexportr sharp shooting Iperformore will appoar; also Brooklyn and Beuah, advertlnOed as Eng lannd'l proILr omedy tly /acroba(utll On |th slpring table, Tho ploturou to-night inoltdo hanton'on Lastt Fling, a t\wo par't Edinton drmmats, hAs Yo Biaw, a Bolax drama of interest. Tho comeody stbjecets aro lotty in a Lionus Dou, by tho Vitagraph Coy,, Travollintg Weodding and many other. IFor Monday night two now star dramau will bo aorouoned, via Theo Iron Mani, a dotoetivo story and Tho Masqitoradors, by tho Kaloem Coy, On Wedne...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

o 0URSING.1 ELtricf cloao lo-iight at U o'clock at tho Yaoht Club iutotl for Ill' 1. 1)oig'hi trophy, Thr rect)nt riiu'i h)uld a :i o the grounlld ill good order for cour uinig, nd conulcqu l:utly a largo utlry it uo pectcd.

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

WVILLIAMlSTOWVN RIACES, Mli, Orr and hIis committcoee were favored with lovely weather for their Autumn meeting, and notwithstandiing the counter attraction in tile shape of footblall, the fixture was largely atten ded. The track was in splendid order, and the racing was highly interesting, Proceedings opened with the Hurdle race, for which Aticer went out a hot favourite at a shade of odds on, Patey, who was the only otlhr candidate to receive solid support, went out at 5 to 2, May Angle made the running for the greater Ipart of the journey when the jockey (Edwards) pulled her up owing to part of the gear breaking, From thiis out tile favorite and D)ust Cloud had the race to themselves and the latter, staying the longer, won comfortably, with Chess a poor third, There were nine sltarters for tihe Maiden Plate for which event Ilentick went oct a decided favorite, Chica made the running till after rounding the turn, when Iloutick ranged along side and eventually won easily. The local...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

BASEBALL. .L" tumn v. Prahran on tho lucal grouoid at Sturdaiy aIud 'roultd i in will for filliaum town Iby 0 rulmn to , To-diay this toam play ?olliugwood aut lolling wood, "'" Team v. ESiondon at ltioumdou laut itorday and was won by Willirmiantown y 13 rumo to 11, To-day thlis to3n pilays -ollilgwood ton h loosl orickot ground. "O" Team v. Nortlh Molb nurni at N.M, n S.turday last, whun tho looalu pirovcd Ilogethor too utrong for the Nor'thcrLorL thon Town ran 22 to .1, To-day this oteam playu M,O.O. atl tho laIrdoe' rosorvo,

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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. TWO NORTH AND YOUTHS. CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

COMMITT'W FOR TIRALI TWO NOIRTII END YOUIITIU. OIIARGID Wili11 ASSAULT AND itOItIiiY, l.,ODElIotl \cKlzioii, omployed an a driver by Mr Ei. Davies. D)ouglaa paraldo, 51-d lReginrld Matthlews, laborer, apor ered tforfo Monfra Orr, WVymark ant BIuunott on Tno'eday charged with unlawfulivy and folon. ofulIy aunaulting Jon.opi RowO and robbinlg him of a watch valued at £1/2/6 a1n 2/ti iu moneoy on Friday May tlth. Sub-inopector Shaw )inruOcuted aid M.r EI. 11, II ick rlcaro d for Mc iKoniizio. Joupoh Rowo, boilorrnako?r, ruardiding at it l)avia itrot, Newport, gave ovidence that oin Friday night, May 8, he canmeo out of Prince Albert hotel, Douglar paradeo, at twenty live ninutca trast cloven in company with Jack DawLRon and Roubon Lawson, whom they had maot. They atood at the corner for about ten minuteo. When oni tlhe point of sayingl good night the two accused came along and Reubon Ilawson upoho to theom, Witnesa walked along holniowlardt with the two nceusecd, McKenzio being on the ...

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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

JA1 CU OSSE. Tho "''A" oam was succoeaful againut (ow on Hraturday, throwintE 11 gioals to 1, Ilwitvit (1 goallu) and Da~vil (2 tgoahl) tain di ided th e ftoaore fward, xvhilu bitrgo (-1 goala) srhoweld IjucI imo provul otOU, i~wivan plyOd Vwoll aI it contio hrouglhout, and I.ojoatetl hit u~cteu[tsIul ettics of thu proviouea tHaturday. Thu ,tck nmin all pltyod we l, each ema doint hatt whal t was required of hiint inl Irtt lasr astylo. Il. lliok and , KIuig woro a-rtitlarly tffotivo on the dfonco sings? Iviitgd,~ Tlio ''A" team playn MI,0, to-tlday it LlIort (round and tho playoriO ai o to latoh 1,52 train. Toeam-Murtin, llick 2), Kig (2), lilior, Ilowanla, D).vit, 'orgo, Woato, Turtion, IIowitt., Enor ?noy-L, Davir, Thelo "H" tolnudefo+otd Ma:lvern after 01 ovoely clontoateud g:ullo by 15 goailt I ,t 2, Tlhto goalh woro thrown Iby I)roW , i:,lgor 4, Jool 2, Trlorit 3, DIvit, ojr. llilll?)llmpn, Murray and Ogmior woreo very ffetoivo ill defonoo, whilo Orr played ,oll at cootro. Thu ...

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JUBILEE OF GROCERY FIRM. MR. GREEN'S EARLY EXPERIENCES. STUCK UP BY OUTLAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

JUBILEE OF CROCEYV FIRU . Me, OIEE?N'S EA.RLIY EI.PEIRIENCISt ,. STUOKI UP IlY OUTLAWO. leloRIE the special meeting of tile Council on Tuesday evening, the Mayor and Councillors visited Mr J. V. Green at his residence, Cecil street, to congratulate him upon the fact that his firm had been sixty years in busi ness and that he had completed forty seven years connection with it. The health of Mr Green was pro posed Iy tile Mayor and responded to Iy Mr Green, Amongst the company was ex Mayor Clhalis, who was one of the first employes of the butchlering business in which Mr Green's father was interested, the firmn of WVilsmore, Box, Fyfe and Green, The firm was establlished in 1854t by the late Mr J. B, McIndee, who was suceeoded by IMr Crawford lindsey, with whomn Mr Green joined in the early seventies. Upon Mr Iindscy's death, Mr Green continued the lpartner ship with Mr Iindscy's sister fourteen years, becoluing sole proprietor four years ago. Mr Green was born at Lauiceston in 18.16 ...

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INJURED BY STEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

INJUIRED BY ST~AM, "lIClIAli, Barry, a Harbor ''Trult cl plye, rcsidig, at le rguson street, was ;admitted to tIihe lomocopatlhic lhosital5 during the wtki suffering ftiio bIIIns caust.d by thie cxhalust oi d hi1ppetr baIrge on which he was ii eiployed lhis face, head and hands were extensively scalded.

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WITH THE JUNIORS. [BY WHISTLE]. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

WITII THE JUNIOIY, [ly WtIImL:], Towni Juniors, 5 goals 15 bIlitris .15 P?, 1ootsclray 3 goal: S bccinds 26 pts. Ftourth match. Third victory; played at lto,,cray. The Juniors, as a wholo, playcd nice open football, and in e.\ccllent spirit, Juniors' Goual -lkickers -'cpe, Pancll, Marawn, Punshlon aInd lIuttcerfitll, G, lmaraunt ha:? rcccicd his clca'anlc. fromt Rlcdfern (S.A ) Jiuniors to the T'own luniors, To-day. Juniort v. Yarrav\ile. On the local cricket groundtl, Yarraville have beaten both North Melb, and .Foolscray by a point, so a good gante is expected, Tite Juniors' teanm will be clto:sen ftoi Ilthe followving::-lunshon (2), Case, DIeanu, Dunln, Maloncy, (;unn, Jamniiu.on (·), Smtythe, Matthews, lFlcegg, 'l'Thoml:pson, laodwig, IcI.ounghllin, luttecrfield, l'anull, iGrcenaway, \VWalkor, Woods:;, larattun and Tucliker, Players are requested to be on thte ground at 2,30 p1),11, tMornilng Stars obtained a wallkover from Fitzroy United last Satnurday, Mornting S;tars v Wallab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

Ex, S ., "AFRIO," Atlllluu & Wi ter Dress Tweeds A GRAND ASSORTMENT. All Shades and Designs, 7/6 the Dress. Black & Whito Chocks. NAVY BLUE COSTUME OLO'THS, I/11, 5/11, 6/6, 6/11 per yard, LADIES' lHEA\VY OVERCOATS, RAGLAN WATERPROOF8 All Shades and Stylos. Black Pur Stolos, 511, i6/11, 8/6, Special 8oalotto Sets, 8/6, You havo not soon the latest unloes you have eson ours. 1000 Pattornle to Choose from, ENGLIISH TWEED AND RAGLAN COATS., 'Phone 89 for a selection on approv.1, 0T t (Ue ! c 1H7 FRncuVon !TU S DraporS, ?Ifoet'8s, &C, 233 NELSON 'PLACE, WILLIAYIVSTOWN, Soll it for LESS8 booniso they sell for CASH. DRAPERY, We aro stocking Ladies' Undorolothlng in good qualitioes at Low P'rioes, Singlots, largo vnarioty, in Ootton and also Wool, 1/- to 311/6, Corsets, 1/11 to 8/11, Glovoes, 6d. to 1/11. Umbrollas, 1/l11 to 7/6, Ladioa' Hosiory, cotton, 6id.; easihtcro, 1/- to 2/0. Also good rango of Fancy Houiory for ovening wear, 8ilk anklo, 1/11, Gauzo Lielo, ol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, Steampacket Hotel, COLE STREET, J. DAVIS, Pro~Gprieor, Late of Christchurch New Zealand, Begs to announce that'ho has taken over this oldland well established commercial house and wiehoes to inti mato bhe iatonds running it on first-class lines. Only Boet Brand, of Wines and Bpirito in Stock, F- irst-clasu Billiard Room containing Two Alcock's Best Tables. Caurlton on Tap, DINNEIR from 12 till 2 pI.m. Superior Accommodation, Good ?t?abling, Phone 93 Williamutown, Within 1 Miunuto BLat, Train and Benach, SA MUEL SPR Y'S SH~OE STORES. R. J. WATERMdAN [Popri8etor S Nelson Place, Williamstown. (Noar Yacht Olub Hotel,) looos' of Pairs of BOOTS and SHOES to choose from Every Pair Guaranteed at 5/" in the { less than any shop in Melbourne, We stake our reputation with every pair, Think what a saving this means to you, ,,? .?. .Don't go Elsewhere. - ... ,-Come and Inspect Our Windows. Small profits and quick roeturns mesa a saving to Purchasers. GOAL. GOAL. GOAL NEWCAS...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

Conotablo Smith has boon ongagod in compiling the Commonwoalth Parliamon tary folls for the south divieaou of Williamstown and Constablo Miles has boon engaged in the North, The work will be completed next wook, Only thoao onrolled within thirty days of the dissolution will be outitled to voto, The printing of tho rolls will bo proceeded with immediately upon receipt of the liits for use at the olootiona to be hold within the next two or throo montls. On Tuesday the Couatablou called at the torpodo depot and found that 801 aoameo from the Molbourno, Yarra, Warrogo and other ahipa claimed their right to voto, Somo of thoe applicanta volunteered the information that they woro all Laboritoa, Tho two topioa dicuuasod by Mr Goorgo Moir at tho half-yoarly mooting of tho A.N.A. on Monday voening woro dry dock aooommodation and the logallation of the totalisator, lIo said the depth of water at the hoadu and in tho bay oihaltnol waU the only thing that pro. vented tho advent of liners of the...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

IO O 'I'BA L. 4 --- -- [BY UouNDAY,, , Footscray ...1o goals6 bIlehillsd --66 poilts \Villiasustown u7 goals II buehit dis 3 poi nts Williamstown's Goal-kickers -Cameron -, E. tusbridge i, O'Ilalloran, Iloey, Schadle, Sixth day, 'To\wn v. 'Scray. Tthe visitors win. A large attendance on the W,C C, The turfed portion of thie groull was in excellent order, but aplproachiig the boun.1 daries the going was rather hcavy, The absence of four men to a :ide is a great handicap, but whell one col:nsitders that 'Iowal's abscentees; consisted of the relialble Rcitmant, the resourceful Alley, the ubiqui tous Gills and the clusive Mitclhecll, theI extcnt of the loss may be gitaged, It is true that capable :isublstitutes wcre fond, anld, admitting thlat tlhey tdidl remark ably well, it is only reasonablle to thini ii that hadl the above four regulars: been able to play tile result might have been different, It was a vecry fillo contest, anld although at times strceltollo there was nolthing that o...

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FOOTBALL BARRACKER. FINED FOR BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Advertiser — 23 May 1914

FOOTBALLI BAIUIACIMR. FINED FOlt 1IAD LANGIUAIl Ernest Singer, a resident from Bruns wick, wrote from Gippsland that he would be unable to alpplear before the Court of Petty Sessions yesterday to answer a charge of bad lalnguage on the \Villiamnstown ground doting the foot ball matchl against Brunswick. John Graham, builder, 1s4 W\Villiami street, Newport, uobjected to thle lan. guage ad as Shinger bIccanme offensive he drew the attention of Clharles Turner, of Bllphin street, Newport, to the Ihuig lage A fnne of 40/- with 5/- costs, was imposed

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