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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 December 1859

December.15 3 lack Stcan, ate. from Lanues ton.' - Dec tuber 16--Missionary, barque, -from Lady Bay ; Dove, !chr. from .,ircular-Head.; T.- WV . : ac s; ahbil 500 tons , Drew, from New York 14th August ; Firefly;brig. 187 tons. Kirby, from Ball} .2nd November ; Andador harqune, 2'0 tons, .on hampnsen from. aparaiso' 25th Seop ember; City of .Sydney, str.e Moodbie:. from Sydney; IMalta, rt.K1 e.s.,: 1 810 tons:,'l)own; from Sydney. : December 17-Pamnlla, ship,'70tons, Gutteries Sfrom M?Iaca" 14th October ; ('esar and Helene, brig, from Hainmbnrg; -William Watson, barque, from' Adelaide ;-Mary, barque, from Foo-Chow-Foo St September; Rosetta b rque, from New YorkI'5tli September; Commodore e .bque, Ioss. from Newn York August 2t,; Phsaimno ship, from London Seop tember 14; 'Eliza Goddard, brig, from' 'ewcastle; Marg-ret Thompson" brig," fiom Newcastle ; Free. b??dge,.aschr from Po'oit Frdii erick ?iMargaret Chea-. sell, schr., from Port Frederick ; Windhover, brig, from Port'Louis No-...

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The Williamstown Chronicle. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, December 24th, 1859 CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 December 1859

IVILL I tSTO s ia;'tisrday Dee , 1859 -,.CHRISTAS· ro-a onnow will be Christmas-day, fes= ival which of all' others is' the most ob-t ' erved in our fatherland, and one which thee >eople of this country:have .never failed to elebrate: with holiday -and '-mirth-makin'g 3hristma+-day, however, falling upon the sab )ath this year, renders it necessiry that the' ovial scenes which usially present themselves in that occasion should be deferired, to the ollowing day, and we find various announce nents'to that effect, the first and foremost of vhich are those connected with the Williams owin -Races:. These amusements, if we may dge from the progrimme which appears in mr advertising columns, and fronii.the prepa? rations' which our townspeople, have: tbeen nakiuig, for several weeks past, will h of no. irdinary character ; nd wvill no doubt attracet - large:numberof visitors from Willianistown sod Melbourne, andii the surrounding neigh bourhood.:- Other enitertainments of a festive kind ...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Monday, December 19th, 1859 Present—The Chiaiman (Thos. Stewart, Esq. J.P.) and Crs. Moxham, Courtis, Mason, La Roche, Verdon and Freyer. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 December 1859

WiIIIamstown :Munnicpal Council.   M0niday-December19, 1859 Present--The Chairman (Thoa. Stewart, Eq. :JP ) and Crs: Moxhiam, Courtis Mason, La Roche, Verdoon and Freyer The miiutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters, addressed to the Chairman, were read as follow - 1. From the Surveyor-General, in reply, re- lative to permanent posts being placed at the corners and intersections of streets at North and South iWilliamstown. 2. From the - Central Board of Health, re- questing to be furnished with the local reports of the sanitary condition of this town. 3. From the hon. the Chief Secretary, in reply stating that the amended-Bye-law No. 44, ".To regulate the landing of goods on the Stevedore-street wharf, had been confirmed; 4.: From W.H .Litchfield,- Esq., with eight     copies of petition to the Government relating to the Leasing the Goods Traffic on the public railway. The members of the Counicil, having s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 December 1859

Public Works Office Melbourne,   20th December, 1859 TENDERS WILL be received until Twelve o'clock, on Wed- nesday, 28th December, for repairs to the   Lightship at Swan Spit. Full particulars at the office of the Chief Harbour- master, Williamstown. JAS G. FRANCIS, Commissioner of Public Works.           Public Works Office, Melbourne, 19th December, 1859. TENDERS   WILL be received until Twelve o'clock on Wednesday, the 28th instant for Repairs to the Lightship J W. Dare. Full particulars at the office of the Chief Harbour Master, Williamstown. JAS G. FRANCIS, Commissioner of Public Works. Government Railways.   THE Parliamentary Committee appointed to IN- VESTIGATE the WORKING of the RAIL-     WAY CONTRACTS on both Lines, invite persons   having COMPLAINTS to make either in relation to the Contractors or the Railway Department...

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 24 December 1859

WILLIAMSTOWN RACES.   The following horses have been entered at the Marine Hotel, for the races which are to come off next Mondayi TOWN PLATE. Mr. W. C. Yuille's b g Flying Buck, 3yrs. MAIDEN PLATE. ' Mr. Coleman's b g Defence, 4 yrs. A . M'Culla's b m Nell Gwynne, aged - .-Yeend's bg Dick Turpin, aged W. P. Simons' names g g Sheet Anchor aged   ' J Hunter's b.g Rattlesnake, 5 yrs :' - J'.Bathe'sb Banjo, 3 yrs ' J Garden's hg Yankee, 5 yrs W. P. Simons' b f Lapwing, 3 yrs W. P. Simons' bg Surprise, 5 yrs W. H. Powell's b r m Oh Mv, 3 yrs. RAILWAY PLATE.         e r: . 'H milttod'b1, Cceiyman; aged ; '-c._ J.- Girden's ib e Dauntlesa, yr : i ? Hs:?unter'sb m Couquette, aged - ? J;Hunter names Birdswing, aged. WILLIAMSOWN HANDICAP.     M- E-r.:' Coleman's g Gaffer Grey, aged : Duppa's ch in Phmb, 5yrs -.. -.D ppa's bg:Wildrake, 4 yrs .: :;- . C Yuille's b g Orphan, aged W. P. Simons...

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ENGLISH MAIL ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

EN..... GLISH lAIL ROUE Tan follouring brief abstract of the time table of P. & 0. Company, as fiually ratified by the govern. bment _-ill be found convenient for reference : - OUTWARD ROUTE FROM EMNGLAND. mon and to reach Alexandria on the 2th or 26th. .-ails via Marseilles to leave London on the 18th, and reacl Alexandria on the 26th or 27th. Pas sengers and mails to arrive in Melbourne on the 5th of the second calendar month succeeding, with the exception of those leaving in July, September, and December, to arrive respectively on the 4th Sep tember, the 6th November, and 3rd February. Steamer to leave Melbourne same day, and arrive SSothampton, 57 days ; ma Marseilles, 51. HOMEWARD ROUTE. A vessel to leave Sydney on the 14th, and Mel bourne.on the 17th of every month. Mails, via' Marseilles,'td arrive in London on the 4th, and mails and,passengers, via Gibraltar,,.to arrive in Southanipton on the.10th of the second calendar month succeeding. "Time as in outward route."

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Williamstown Post-Office. List of Unclaimed Letters, in the week ending 29th Decr., 1859. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

SWilliamstown Pst-offlce List of UTndained Letere, in the week ending 20th Deer., 1859. - Brot TEs.: Bardick, James; Brown. Charles W. ;.Boaes Mr. ; Brown, Wm.; lHalley, .?: ; Elfrerso?? Anne :Fitzpatrick. Martin': Grave, Burtoh;-?ain, Henry'; Pnllin. Richd. ; Robertson, A. ; Smith, Mrs. G . .; Thompson, Jno. ; Wat son, Chnas S me-Wlam Watson. . Letters Detained for Postage. "S. Buckingham. (2) Sydney. Gd.; Mrs. B. Dye,. Melbourne, 4d.; Gibbs; Ronald ani Co., Geelong, 4d. ;Jas. Loftus,-Indigo, 4d ; Miss 1I. Worrell; Melbourne, 2d. ' SRicsnvD PrPEz, Postmaster.

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Williamstown Police Court. Monday, 26th December, 1859. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

ililHitartniu tio l:ouige .ourt. 1M Nionday, 26t0 .December, 1859. (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M.) Thiomas O'Brien, a middlenaged man,; was brought" up, charged with assaulting a boy, named William Burke, on the previous Satur day;ni glt, by kicking. the lad and :otherwise ill-usin? him. -The prisoner wvs also charged withi ,habittual" drunkenness .andi asaiitiring Constable Stone. while-iii the performaice of his.duty,.and tearing his uniform jacket..-.. The.prisonerwas remanded till th6 follow ing day, for furtherievidence. Rokert GordonS"a middle- ged seaman, was char~ed, on.'warrant, with- deserting his wife and ffamily being about to take his departure for Sydney, ?i com~any with another woman: This case was also 0remanded till the. follow in" day.

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Original Correspondence. UNOCCUPIED BUILDINGS. [To the Editor of the WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE.] [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

. iignit (Qorglerspoiencdcel c 7N0OCCTPIED BUILDINGS:. [To ie Edilor of thle WuLAMuOstow Cmio'xexus] Si I , percietietlitan attept is he in made in a ?ieighb6uring muriicipality to :re lease fromtiaxation all @iiccupiedbuildib? " withiin tie district': Tliiisi a reisonable and sensible suggestion, and La I:usurprisa tint the question has neverbeeniiitroduced into our o iwn` Council The, matter -could-,not liave been enitirely ovrlooked hy the members, s tlihe majority,.if fiot .the ii hole, of the' Coucil ire house-ownaers, and have. felt ;the icdonvenience of hhaving"to pay rates upon property which does not..bring- them in a pen~n.?? Their sileiice I attribute -t their modesty ;but if a numerously-signed petition were presented aIdkins the" Council to knbck: of ithe rates from untenanted buildings, I think-it would be done:' The idea'of taxing a tman for his empty house is monstrously absird:andd unjust; anmd-iust be apparent to ill who will take'- the trouble toI lok at the quest...

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Friday, 30th December, 1859. (Before Lieut Crawford, P.M., and Thomas Mason, Esq., J. P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

riday,; 30 December, ;1859 .. . (Before Lieut. Crawford, P.M., and Thomas Mason, Esq, :J.- P;) AesaULT. William Jorda p eare&i on eiiummons, to answer thd ?dmplamt of Ralph Clarec, whao sought compensation for-an assault committed ipon him by defendant :Vothe' 27th inst. : Complainant, sworn:?Iast;. Tueeday I left a summons at defe~nat.'A l?"nse? reuiring his iattendinice at tlnU -iifst aih casne I then left, and had- pio edabout 400 yds. homewards when my wife,who was behind me, called out to me to "take care ;" as I was in the act of'? in infi'd 's seized b? defen dant, who struck me in the face' no words passed between us?;I took refuge in a house: to get outof'his way' upon my: leaving :the house' he aain followed me,:iand? seizing me bythe collar thrust me against a fence; this was near Rattenbury's baker's shop in Dover place. This statement was corroborated by 'coni plainant's wife. Defendant admitted havingm run after the complainantandL takin hiold of hiimLitt de ne...

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LABOURERS' AND CONTRACTORS LIEN BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

r LIEN-BILLS. tjh Ov-readers wrill learn withst slatisfaction:tha legislative action h?s 'been' take'wiith a view of securing. workmein agajnsit'the& default .of.cohitratiors. The'waint of some legal pro vision by-which the .workmen's bard-earned money would be rendereid. safe. has.. lon, ;rent felt- in 'the' Colony, agid ih~.agit tjidn whose finits are now-beforaus in the shape of two bills, was~g~rieral and sustained. The au thors of the measures are, Mr. Barton and Mr. verard inuh on ease, ad·iSteheni and Mr. Heales in the other '''As to their respec tivn ierits.itJwould scarcely ?o-becoming..in us to speak authoritatively; ;there is no prin ciple involved--ro "question -o ri'ht anid wrong; all are agreed that the thing should be done,:whichtthe bills aim at effecting, and the only :questions :re, would either effect the iibi ject in 'vie, or .would both; iand: if- both; which would do ;so in: the way that. would prove advantageous to the class. poposed to be benefited. ....

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

By the arrival of the tommoowealth tr are lIaced in possession of San Francisco paper3 to the 20r ult; Seneral Scott arrived in that city o'" the lhth and. left for San Jman on the follov:in- dvw A public demonstration, in which some 30,00 persons participated,took lla:ceto welcoy4e the visit oit the gallant American general. ' . In reference to'the Indian troiiti coa itted nion overland ; immi?int partie? the Porllaind Tl2mes of 8th O-ctober sa-s :T- " * ",The rimoiirc reiorteiL tO the i? --?o-;?i ' 6th October, to'the effe.t that: hostilities haa.heen resumed by the Indir s near Gtranle Ronlnde that tnhey had anssacr?t1,an iimmigrant train, etc., trn .ut to he unnfoi .deei .The express that broau; these rumonura s'i.ught a letter from Captaiin .W a: len in 6-o - mmi id of the Salt :Lake expdition, dated at Grand' lRonde,: 15th, October, in. which he states hi~. arrivalat that point-a di&stance of sixty three '-iilfrom the Umatilla-intwenty-fonrdays... froii th-feier? on.Be...

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THE CROPS AT WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

TrriCnorbs'or WAi eenmAatrior.-The'past few hot-days hmve done much to ripen the crops, and as we have previously stated, the harvest will be much earlier this year than usual. We h.ar that through the district-more especially near Voodford, the crops have suffered severelyv .from the effects of the grub, in several insto.aces the grain being completely destroyed.. This past visits the district every year, but ir. no previous s?ason hias it done so much damag. ;7e suppose the richness of the crops and the late winter have contributed to its increase.--?inrrrnaumrool Ecamr ENGLISA PRONUNCIATION. - Frenchman : Ah, my good friend, Ihav?j mietwith one difficulty -one very. strange word. How do you call h-o-u--hi ? Tutor : H: Iff Frenchman :" Tres hion, huff ; and snr.ff you spell s-n-o-u-g-h. ha ! Tutor : 0 no, snuff is a-n-u-f. The fact is, words enting hi o-u- - - are a little irregular. French man : Ah, very goor 'tis beautiful language. H-o-u-g-h'is h uff I will remember and c-o-u-g...

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PRESENTATION OF MEDALS TO THE BROTHERS M'BEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

PRLESEN(TATIOX -OP MEDALS TO THE Toe Qnectisclilfe_ Volunteer Artillery: was =p? 'ircunstanfes whica will e best understood from the following statement made by Francis M'Bean " to'or (Herao)eorrespondeiit at Queenscliffe' --. t -We left the Bluff about two. p.m. on the 1t t of April; the? wind blowing pretty stiff from the south west, with' a very highi sea running in shore; we pulled down towards Point Lonsdale to put B Pilot Caught on board the pilot schooner AnonoFia a which appeared to be . coming inside the rip. " Seeing, however, that the schoonerwas not coming ts in, we put the hoat's head around and began to r return.,when in keeping too close in shore we got -amongst the breakers in Point Lonsdale Bight. b A hea?y'sea tumbling in the boat on the weather side, and shli immediately filled and turned over. Two of the men got hold of the oars and the mast which enabled'them to reach the, shore.. Win. M\lorgan, the mani who was lost, was adrift from the point, when John 31'Bean...

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

WI~VLLIAMSTOWN. R ACES. The second annual races of this toin tookl place, accordin? to ainiouncerieiit, obi Monday last, in'the presence of. an" immense body -of people.? The grounds, as might, be expected, presented a most. cheerful and animated ap pearance, and the utmost -enthusiasm. in the sports was evinced by those in. attendance. As it is unnecessary for us at this time to give a full description of the day's proceedings, which upon the whole: reflected credit upon thb gentlemen on whom the management de volved, we shall confine ourselves to the pro gramme and the result of the several contests, which are as follow: TOWN" PLATE. Of Fifty soverigns ; entrance1 three sovereigns; two miles, weight for age. " . Mr. W. C, Ynuille's b g Flying Brick, 3yrs. - Walked over. MAIDEN PLATE. Of Forty Sovereigns ; entrance, three sovereigns one mile and a distance,. for all horses that have never won an advertised prize, weight forage? Mr. Coleman's b g Defence, 4 yrs (Morrison)::. 1 :A. M...

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THE OLD PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

: '.THE OLDP2RINTER: - A printer steod athis "ease" one night (And a very: ;'hard case" was his'n), A-And his weary sight was dim as the light Of the lampi in -hiddstrison;?? The wintry winds were howling withoint °'And-the snow was fal:ing fast,-:: But the Printer, I trow, shook his loeks of snow, And laughed.at the shrieking blas; He watched the'hanids as the clock crept round, K-- Keeping time with its snail-like tick,. As he gathered the type with aweary click, In his old rust-eaten .sticlk. His hairs were as white s the falling snow- -,-Aid silently day by day, .e-'; He beheld them with grief, like the natumnleaf, Oe...q by.one .' passing away;, . Timne ?ald cu?t?-it hliis plough furrows deep in is brow, .: His cheek was fevered and thin, ,And his long"' roman" nose coild almost repos" -- Itshead on the grey-beardedchin ; And i ith fingers long aisthe hours stole on 'Keeping time with the clock's dull tick,;- " " - , eo olt -eatn " stt ' .?:".:, . " - F or.many lou? years, thro...

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Joual and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

-ogail and ictgral aI m;, .in aidunlgent)" public for -the support we have received' during the.. Last'twel months. Of all the. pipers whic hi were in existence five years ago; within ten iiiles of :Melbourne, .the OCnoICrs. is the only survivor, and at the present:tim:weare the.sehior of more .than-three-fourths' of tTie journals of the: Colony" Considerible iml piovemienti:h;ve beei effected in-this-journal within .the last half year involving`' large outlay of capital, which improvements we be lieve' hbaveybeen' duily apipreciated' and' if ou s is niot the best of the- "local journals," it will at, any, rate bearconmparison withanyiy of them, ,and `is: by far the. cheapest. ?As regadsthie maiiiininer in which "-this p iper hais been coinducted, we have slwaiys spoken'oiit what we believed, to "be trnie, Te"ardless lof whonm it might please or offend. In sbme instiniles whereignorance ind 'prejudice iave darkenied the iinderstand, an enemy his risen' p ,but the veryi act.which bhi...

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Tuesday, 26th December, 1859. (Before Lieut Crawford, R.M., and Thos. Mason, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

S ' TuZcesday, 26td, Decemlber, 1859. (Before Lieut. Crawford,; RlM.,;and Thos. Mfison, Esq J.,PJ..) Thomas 0 'Br, weni as brouight up, on remand from the i previous day charged with- assault ingjWinm. Burke; lad'aboiut1.4 years of ase; on the previous Saturday night; ilso with habitual drunkenness, havingbeen seven times convicted, -and, ?assailting Constable. Stone,-" and tearin his coat onbst' unmercifully ;the p-soner .Ls runk and very: disorderly, 'and offered such re sistence to theconstable that it was faiund:ne ce;ssaryto procure assis tance ito take lins to the watch'-house, in ddoini which he tore the constible's coat. SThi Bench fined .the prisoner O0s.efor the first ie-nce, andg 10 s.t compensation .to the constable,:or one moith's iprisonnrmnt .: For being drunk and disdIderly othis :bldoffender was seiteiiceid 'to two rionths i'mprison?6i nt and hard labour. c Dsa ine Als DcoO5iDLsYtV Terence Hagert:hwas charedi with drtuOilnk enness and -riotous- conduct attheot'illia...

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INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

FATAL-ACCwvENT Ar Si UBURY: =The City. ` ordner held-an inquest on Saturday, at the-'iel? icurne Hospital; on the bodly o FiFdricek Stauding workman employed on the railway at. Sunbury: tain the evidence of a labourer named Charles' lrooks, it appeared that on Thursday last at?bout ; iwoo'clock in the afternoon; two boys-iere on thi ;p of the bank of the cutting in which he was atr aork, employed in throwing down ironhark .os e i o the carpenters. He heard the.lads-called-out "loo: :out'.Ras they .threw. the timberoi into the cut ing.: Deceasedl w:- at work,'lalthough it" w' is dinner hour. -He saw him pickiu?phis thinCgs to liave for dinner wihen the boys called out. He, shduted to hhi, but deceased instead of remaining here he was, ranii out,.when one of thi posts fell directlyoii hie head and knocked him senseless to the ground." He was taken up and a medical man nubsequently sawhim.= Eventually he was removed: to the Melbourne Hospital. The. occurrence was aceidental, neither of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 31 December 1859

' VILIjIA. MS'I'Oý N OFFICE, M ý ANN STREET. RDINTING of every description executed at I the office of the Williamstown Chronicle, In the best manner, and on the shortest notice. Bill-heads Cards, Circulars, Posters, Hand-bills, Pamphlets, Cheque-bookl, Prospectuses, Cata logues; Forms of Agrcement, Conditions of Sale, Law Plorms, &c., on the most reasonable terms. Books and Stationery. Chronicle Office, Ann Street, Williamstown J B. -STEPHENS has on SALE, at Mel bourne prices, an Assortment of Books and Stationery, consisting of Cash B oo. Slinute Books Memorandum Books Pais`Books i Do: Forrell claspel -Indexes brookese Soderal o Atlase Ofildren's Spelling-bbooks' , '.' ' :' Foolseap Paper, plin and u .Letter-paper do ' . , -',T·-r+'-+?: "?,?+?%,+m+ Alteration in Rates of Interest ~~TAL BANK CORPO~R:ATIQNý_ (Incorporated lr Roefai Ctia'er) - Paid-up Capitahl,£1 260 000 O ieserre Funderc25"000 jj0ROM andl aft r this da~te I'TErEr is ALL011W ED C- On the D lLY B LIltCE of cu ...

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