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DISTRICT NEWS. MURRUMBURRAH. June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

DISTRICT NEWS. ARilJMBTJRBAH. ' COB3^SPOi?i)ENT. ) . . . June 25. It is rather strange to many persons that. the daily mail to this place frpm Sydney is not continued on to Wagga/ from which town .there is, I believe, a daiW mail to the border. I beljeve the matter hatf b^n represented to thfe' f postal }, authorities / without success, though' therft, can be little doubt that on the coirmletion of the line to your town the de sired facility will take place, much to the convenience of the public around this locality and elsewhere. ... The past week has been excessively wintry, with dry weather and heavy frosts. To-day the clouds have a threatening aspect for; rain which is v again much wanted to aid the grass now springing up. On one of the, stations I have visited I had the opportunity of seeing some 400 or 500 winter lambs, and, consi dering the condition of their dams, they were m tolerable condition., I was informed that they were of imported pedigree, and the increase in the va...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Herald
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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

p'j » v. f X- V. ? ? - 1 - 'l'' I * ' ' 1 '' I . ? !. * . 1 1 _ . I - . L l l . I vENGLISH NEWS BY CABLE. . [FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.] ? /ah-v.!; *\ London,- June 21. .. Eight. Busang batteries haye commenced _ tflse Iqrtis at Kars. ?'I'.1.,'!, ? wing is marching towards, ]^up^si-lii^r Erzeroum. The Turks\are\ retreating towards ' ^.D^Ubata,. in^Armeriia, where they will receive reinforcements! . .June 22. ' 1 ' The j Turks, have 'jbeett*: defeated at ' JI)elibata,' anct have jBeen/ Qompelled to fall back on Erzerpuml 7 - 'Cpnsqls are falling in consequence of a ; 'repart :to ..the effect that the - government intends to ask for additional credit for armament. tiL. . 4 v . The Eluss|m left^|ng' alined a victory at Delibataj^n/ Ajroenia. ' ^Ehe Turkish killed .are reported to number 1000, and «\MM lav-e'been made prisoner^.'- ' ' : * The Rtissians are about to cross the Danube. An important battle is hourly expected. - ' f ; The ' Turkish forces ; composing the )-j right%ing of the ^ar...

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JOTTINGS FROM GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

JOTTINGS PROM GOULBURN. By Cousin Will. The weather is but a continuance of frosty nights and beautifully . fine days. The frosts , are considerably more; severe than hitherto. We have lately had mild weather, Wednes day excepted, when, 'at intervals the wind was strong and intensely cold. At present Goulburn is sorely distressed in consequence of sickness, accidents, and deaths* Very few families have escaped one or others Mtiny are indeed sorrowful' cases, ,l } ! tyiM VttA ^ i t ' \ jf wl' U \* r 'v1 j-f f ! '? Toung Lloyd's death at the railway station was certainly a terrible instance of the short- | ness and uncertainty of htiman Hfe. And ! scarcely less so were the closes of several young women who succumbed to gastric J fever. * A- successful' benefit entertainment was given last night in aid of two afflicted widows, i

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BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

BURROWA. (' Correspondent Freeman's Journal.) One of those farcial performances in con nexion with the working of the Lands Act, known as, a 'Lands Court of ^Inquiry;' took place here last week. The court was presided over by Mr. Commissioner Clarke ; and Mr. Street, the inspector of conditional purchases, was present to giye evidence. Several persons were summoned to appear to show cause, &c., &c. ; but in cases where the service of summons consisted in nailing the formidable document to the ' hut door,' the parties concerned seemed to have been affected with an attack of shortsightedness, and forgot to put in an appearance. It is lamentable to find on what paltry excuses persons are drawn away long distances from their business and homes to answer to a few unimportant inquiries in this periodical farce. Little wonder M'Elhone is wroth on the land inspectors. : ? Por some time -past it has been* publicly i announced that the plant, &c., of, the Sur rowa News...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I AdvAnce Cootamtjotra.— Our local build-1 ers have their hands pretty full justriWa The completion of another public-hou® in* ^arker-stre^t is ju^fc abdut :1w!CODap]islied,l besides which three other public-houses are! being built (one of these nearly finished) inl the neighbourhood of the terminus, --makinel a total of eleven hotels' for Cootamundra,® The natural conclusion jnust be that the .dis-B ' ciples of Bacchus must be nmnerouft^f neighbourhood!. The'' Messrs. Bamea^B 1 erecting a large store and ? showroom the shop in which their business is . traT^^fe ^ aoted ; and at the Star Hot6l and at the Jm bion Hotel it ; has beenyf ound necessary 19b make additional accommodation. The woiffl of erecting the railway buildings is.; jusH' commenced ; arid the contract for the erection! of the police barraqks hal been let, and i work will shortl^ Be^mnienced; Lastly, all faetory.for the making and repairing of our W understandings is ih courke of construction, |1 T...

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APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE , , , .. . .. . . . .LEASES. , It is-notified that the claims of the - under- mentioned parties to leases -if Crown land adjoining their respective freeholds have been approved. The leases to occupy Crown lands ? within the limits indicated, or so mnch there of as may be open to and not already under lease by pre-emptive right, and may not be exempted from conditional purchase in vir tue oi improvements or notmed as a reserve. The rent will be for the period from 1st Jan uary, to 31st December, 1877, and must in each case be paid in full before the lease will have effect. Credit will be allowed for the amounts already paid on deposit of the ap plications. The leases will be renewable on the ordinary terms by .-payment of the rent for the ensuing year between 1st ./and 30th September. gundagai district. , . George Fuller, Muttama Reef, 360a, rent £1/2/6, c . Harden, p. Cucximbla. Phillip Coggan, Jugiong, 690a, rent £3, c. Buceleuch, p. CMdowla. James Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— § Unfailing Restoratives.— When climate, age, - j or hardship has undermined the health, skin ,/ 1 diseases are prone to arise and augment the existing weakness. Holloway's medicaments : I daily prove most serviceable, even under the ! most untoward circumstances. His well known and highly esteemed Unguent pos sesses the finest balsamic virtues, wnioh soothe and heal without inflaming or irritat ing the most tender skin or most sensitive sore. Holloway's Ointment and Pills are infallible for curing bad legs, varicose veins, swelled ankles, and erysipelas. They have long been famed for their power of subduing glandular inflamations, local ' irritations, eczema, prickley heat, and that annoying eruption which frequently springs from ne glecting outdoor exercise. ? ' t (i / ~ 1 ' u t v v i ?s-i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

'V:.- . -i ?AUCTIONEER, Stock*' Station, md General s Commission/ Agent, OOOTAjtaNnpAi , ' ( ! . . ' Sale-yards onpoafte JLfofcn Hotel. , : ; Office m.Afbi-p. Brael. , I 1 O ALES' of stock M^d biiLer property held | . O : EVERY SATURDAY at 2 p.m. I ' . Thosb havihg stock for salb mil please; , I - enter ^ame at the office , as. early as possible | ' before day of sale. . j ? ? ? ? . | ? For Sale; YALUABLE CORNER; ALLOTMENTS opposite Mr.^Gragoin's, in . the ; main street leading to^wjarTCTminus, i also in ; Coopers-street ; axJi Awo^nice allotments pointing to the !rafcreition-ground, : suitable for private resicrenc^ i in For particulars apply to - [Sh- . W. A.' BYRNE, 3 ij ... t ? I ' ] Auctioneer and Commission Agent, j - To Squatters, Stockowers, | and Others. THE undersigned d^ounce that, paving. secured^^rJfa^/tS^posite ;the i H Albion Hotel, he is j^f wepa/ed to receive i;, stock, or any desci^tio^L of jroperty FOR I i SALE; and begs to ass^ro. his . cons^itiuents' I | that,t ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. ' Feeding Poultry.— In Rising poultry it is not sufficient merely to provide proper food ; but the food must be properly given. Some persons have an idea that, ilyfchey throw down a heap of corn once or twieo a day, that is all that is required ; but no jlan is so extravagant or so injurious as ttis. The corn and other food should be scattered as ? far and wide as possible, that the birds may be longer employed m finding it, to thepene fit of their health ; and that they maj not accomplish in a few minutes that TOuch should occupy them for hours. It is the na ture of fowls to take a grain at a time, ai\d to pick grass and dirt with it, which assists . digestion ; but if, contrary to this, they are enabled to eat corn by mouthfuls, their _ crops are soon overfilled, and they seek relief m excessive draughts of water. Nothing is , more injurious than this ; and the inactivity , that attends the discomfort caused by it lays the foundation for many disorders. , , ' Treatm...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

; ' Impounded at Murrumbuhrah:,' on 22nd JuiiGj fromr Nubba, by Mr. W.' Sinclair:— Bban horse,: P near shoulder, ^ over * over !z- off shoulder, off hip down broken-in. To be sold on 12th July. . Impounded at;North GtjndAgai, on the 23rd June, from the Gundagai Flat.by Mr. ' P. Lynch ; damages and driving, 1/6 each :— Strawberry steer, Mij near- rum, near ear marked; strawberry steer, -g; in circle near rump, bit cut out of front near ear. ? To be : sold on 26th day of July. ? Impounded at Jugiong; on 23rd June, - from Redbank, by order of Superintended : -—20 head af mixed sheep,1- tai- : brand— some ^ i TX5, some T and D, some M, Bomb T ; fire ? brarid-^some line down nose, some half ? ; ! circle on nose, ? some no brand visible. To be Sold on 19th July. ? ? ? ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. Established 1869. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. PRINCIPAL OFEICE, 247, GEORGE-STREET, 1 SYDNEY. DIRECTORS The Hon. S/ D. Gordon, M.L.O., Chairman; the/Hon. G. W. Allen, M.L.A., Deputy-chairman; H. G. Alleyne, Esq., M.Dft /Ihrf Payifis, Esq;, M.L.A. ; S. . Pell, 3000 Policies in F$rce ioj . . £950,000 Annual Premium Income . . . . 32,000 Total Claims Paid ? 23,000 Invested. Funds upwards of . . 1 60,000 The first office in these colonies to free life assurance from harassing restrictions. Agent at Cootamundra : — FRANK MOORE, from whom all information can be obtained. By order of the Board, J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary The Goulburn Herald AND The Goulburn Chronicle ARE now amalgamated, and printed by steam. Published twice a week; double size on Saturday. The paper has a larg - circulation amongst mercantile men, paflfco: ajists, agriculturists, and stock-dealers. L, Goulburn commeifci L article on Saturday with all local itemj Ad prices cor...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZ. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE ENfiLISH MAIL VIA STTEZ. /[from the s. m. herald.] ./' GENERAL SUMMARY. London, May 11. /The Queen is at Windsor, in good / health. Her Majesty left Osborne / on the 21st April, and held two Drawing-rooms in town last week. On 'Wednesday Her Majesty was present at a grand review at Al dershot. The Princess of 'Wales is still at Athens. Thfe Duchess of Edin % burgh is visifing the Queen, and will shortly proceed to Eussia for a lengthened; $ajy. American engineers have reached St. Petersbfigh, ito enter the Kus sion service! Russian Subjects in Turkey are placed under German protection ; * Turkish subjects in Eussia, under English protection. A Polish legion is being formed in Turkey. A Eussian Commissary has been summarily shot at Odessa, for tampering with provisions. On the 26th May an amend ment of Lord Granville on the Burial Bill, authorising the cele bration of any Christian rites at interments in Church of England cemeteries, was defeated by 141 to 102. It was ...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

';^^$oirAL TIME-TABLE. ? , ? j .. ; ' . Sydney Mail. The S^totey mail, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, ' : : ' Arrives at Murrumburrah at 4.30 a.m. 'Leaves, Murrumburrah at 4.40 a.m. tlieaves.Wallbndbeen at 7 a.m. A^ves at Cootamundra at 8.15 a.m. . Leaves! Cootamundra at 8.45 a.m. j 1 :. ~ ?.-?r. Cungegong at 10 a.m. . ~ — - Bethungra at 11.45 a.m. \'.y -r-— Junee at 3.15 p.m. ' Wallaceton at 5 p.m. . ?* ' ^^,,,.Airi]?ing at Wagga at 7 p.m. ? ' ? us ;- . Wagga Mail. ; 'i Wagga mail, on Monday, Wednesday, 'JJ ' .a^P^nday, ' ' ' . 'i ' ; -i . . Lewes Waggp, at 6 a.m. : 1 '-Uv' at 10 a.m. - Bethungra at 19.30 a.m. Cvuigegong at 1 p.m. . - ir: -Arrives at Cootamundra at 3 p.m. ' Leaves Cootamimdra at 3.30 p.m. , t : . ...r ,, , - Wallendbeen at 5 p.m. , , ; Arrives at Murrumburrah at 8.30 p.m. ? ? -r 'Leaves Murrumb^ah. at 8.40 p.m. . f : . . , . . ; MuI^Bia Mail. - ! ^Leaves on Monday, alflilfciday at 4 a.m. : Arrives on Monday^i^hursday, .7.30 p;m. , ? ' ; . Temora Mail. ? ^ Leav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 3 July 1877

SAW MILL8, lionise. THE undersign^ beg to inform.' tlie iii ; .habitants Cootamundra, and. sur rounding districts that they arenow pre pared to execute orders. to any amount. . „ ; ' N.B.— A TIMBEE-YAED win be, kept at Barneys Albion Hotel, where timber of all dimensions may be had. ? ; OCf* Orders- left with Messrs. 'Barnes or, Mr. Tebav -will receive, prompt attention. ' ' T. TEBAY /' G. WILLITS.. WalleiidbeenAgency. . ME. Irwin Smith, juri.,' is the authorised Agent for the Cootamundra Herald\i.ov Wallendbeen and surrounding1 district , whose receipt will be sufficient for moneys paid on our behalf. : BROWN & PINKSTONE, Proprietors/ HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Impurity of the Blood.— Enfeebled Existence. THIS medicine embraces every attribute . required m|a general and domestic re medy : it oyertui^LS^the foundation of disease laid by defective)|f-|pd and impure air.^ . In obstructions or Congestions of the liyer, ; lungs, bowels, or any other organs, these . Pills are especially s...

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POSTAL TIME-TABLE. SYDNEY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 10 July 1877

POSTAL TIME-TABLE. Sydney Mail. The Sydney mail, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, . Arrives at Murrumburrah. at 4.30 a.m. Leaves Milrrumburrah at 4.40 a.m. Leaves Wallendbeen at' 7 a.m. Arrives at Cootamundra at 8.15 a.m. Leaves Cootamundra at 8.45 a.m. ? Cungegong at 10 a.m. ? Betliungra at 11.45 a.m. — : Junee at 3.15 p.rau v i — :r— — WaUaceton at 5 p.m. , Axxiving , at 'Wagga at 7 p.m. . . ' . ? t Wagga MAil. The Wagga mail, on Monday, Wednesday, andFriday, Leaves Waggp. at 6 a.m. ? — r— rr Wiallaceton at 8 a.m. : - — rrrr Junee at 10 a.m. . — — - Bethungra at I9.3O a.m. — 7— — Cua&gegong at 1 p.m. Arrives at Cootamundra at 3 p.m. Leaves Cootamundra at 3.30 p.m. ? : Wallendbeen at 5 p.m. Arrives at Murrumburrah at 8.30 p.m. . Leaves Murrumburrah at 8.40 p.m. . ? Muttam^£ail. Leaves on Monday and Friday at 4 a.m^ Arrives on Monday and Thursday, 7.30 p.m. Temora Mail. Leaves Cootamundra on Tuesday at 9 a.m. Arrives, at Temora on Tuesday at 10 p.m. Leaves Temora on Thulf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 10 July 1877

Holloway's Pills. — The most popular medicine for the cure of female complaints. After many years' experience it is incontes tibly proved that there is no medicine equal to Holloway's Pills for the cure of diseases incidental to females, and for the subjection of the many ailments to which the young and delicate are liable. The invigorating and purifying properties of Holloway's me dicines render it invaluable. They may be taken by females of all ages for any dis organisation or irregularity of the system, speedily remove the cause, and thus restore the sufferer to robust health. As a family medicine they are -unequalled, and may be taken by old and young, renewing health and energy after all other means have proved unsuccessful. He was sitting silently by her side one chilly evening last autumn, thinking of some thing to say. Finally he remarked : ' How sad it is ; the frost has come, and it will kill everything green.' Thereupon the young lady extended her hand and in a sympatheti...

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A RUSSIAN ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 10 July 1877

A RUSSIAN ROMANCE. (Washington Chronicle.) It has often been said that the inventions of the liveliest imagination of romance-writers are always surpassed by the reality. The following is a new and curious proof of this saying. An officer of the engineer corps, who has just arrived here (Odessa) from Kischeneff, the head-quarters of the Rus -* 11 n ? J-|_ ? Ilin nnm sian Army ot cne oouin, ivmwa m mo language this curious little history - There is nothing talked of down there at Kischeneff but of a most romantic incident. Two years ago, at a masked ball in St. Petersburg, a black domino accosted Prince D., an officer of the Ataminski regiment of Cossacks, in these terms:— 'I love you. Prince ; will you love me ?' ' ' Why not ? But, first, I should like to see what that sombre domino covers.' ' Not so _fast ; consent first to answer my question. 'What! iove you without knowing whether you are pretty or ugly, young or old ?' ^ ' Yes !' Prince D., broke out into a laugh, which was not ...

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NARROW ESCAPE OF HOBART PASHA. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 10 July 1877

NARROW ESCAPE OF HOBART PASHA. The account of Hobart Pasha's defianco of the Russians on tho Danube makes a thrill ing story. It is stated that while his vessel was lying near Rustchuk, the Turkish au thorities received intelligence of the arrival of the Russians at Gaiatz, and that they were placing torpedoes in the river. Hobart Pasha was advised to leave his steamer in the Danube and return to Constantinople, via Yarna, but disdaining all such council, he declared that he would rather blow up his ship than desert, her. Night approach ing, he made everything ready for running into the Black Sea, in opposition to all Russian hostile intentions, having clear fires under the boilers of his craft in order to avoid smoke from her funnel, and making other arrangements. The Rethymo, be it said, is a very fast boat, capable of steaming at the ' rate of fifteen knots an hour. When Hobart Pasha started on his daring expedi tion, the Danube current was running swiftly, being estimated at ful...

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THE FARM. A GALLOWAY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 10 July 1877

THE FARM. A GALLOWAY FARM. ( The Leader.) It is generally admitted that agricultural operations are nowhere better conducted than in the south of Scotland. Til'age in combination with stock raising and fattening ; the working of the land ac cording to best approved rotations ; the application of fertilisers in such manner as science teaches to be most effective. taking into account the sort of soil being dealt with, and the kind, of ( grass, root, or grain that formed the last crop — all these matters are treated on such ad vanced principles that many of the farms form first-class educational establish ments for agricultural pupils. Such an establishment is Chapelton Farm, near Dalbeattie, in Galloway, in the occupa tion of Mr. Biggar, of which an account is given in the Dumfries Herald. Al though only two hundred acres in extent the soil is worked to such perfection that the annual amount of produce in the shape of grain, root crops, and hay sounds to a Victorian's ear as something...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR.—JULY. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Herald — 10 July 1877

MONTHLY CALENDAR.— July. PHASES 'hF' THE MOON. ; Last Quarter .. 4th, 7 '6 a.m. , New Moon .. . . ... 11th, 8*11 a.m. First Quarter '.. 17th, 11*17 p.m. , Full Moon ... .. 25tli, 5 *24, p.m.' . Sun Days. ' Memoranda. . ~7 ~7— ' K* ' . i O ' ' . CO w IS. Fifth after Trinity 7* 7 5*0 2 M ? SirRobt. Peel died, 1850, 7' 7 5* 0 3 T. ^ ,'^U: 7- 7 5-1 4 W. Am-. Independence, 1776'' 7' 7 5* !l 5 Th., ? / ? ? 7 ? 7 5* '2 6 F. ' ' ' ' '7* 7 5* :2 7 S. ; Gold; disc, at Clunes,\'51 7; 7 5' 13 8 S. Six-faa After Trinity 7* 6 5* 3 9 M. , r \ K''' 7- 6 5* 4 10 T.. ' ' ' %,t . : , 7* 6 5- :4 11 W. . 7' 6 5* 5 12 Th. Battle of the Boyne,. 1690 7* 5 5' 5 13 F. - ? 7- 5 5* 6 14 S. 7* 5 5* 7 15 Si; ?? Seventh after' Trinity 7i 4 5* 7 16 M. A ? . ; 7- 4 5- 8 17 T. ? - 7* 3 5* 8 18 :W. ' S.W. 4t. Aust'l. disi 162$ i' 3 5* 9 19 Th. . ... ...... 7: 2 5*10 20 F. ? 7-2 5-10 21 S. Robert, Burns died,- ,1796 ?. 7* 1 5*11 22 Si Eighth after Trinity -. 7 *1 5*12 23 M. V k' : ' 7* 0 5*12 24 t. ? ^ ; - 7-.o 5-13 2...

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