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ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 September 1883

ROUND THE WORLD.'; --4---·~:- -::: A" 3 F ,OOp c RAVA'. PoRrLso. whtich is the lIusitss'e tre' of Maine. iossesicd itore iht}crest for me ioan any othedrnpt ,I thg O pion.e fof a thoulgh St ailtng from j'fptop), ?, (Int clatmtpg to lit IspF ? ayan,' it wag tn 'lpg' jclcurgsqn? ph pI, first sqw the light. ::"4lthlg h !thh p oultlp is llpder 40,too, itis rcko,,qCedand I think justly so ona of hA tinmst cities in the tatos,' deserving the title of the:," city, of forests." Like other places it has5 It?e vsited by the fire king, and It) ift6 a largm portlont of tl i business centre wts conmlstlety de~troyed by fire, tie loss being estitum i at ý";ooeo,0jb, 'ltll City Ialll Ji an elahorate ?iling, with a hantldsote donte tdo feet high. It is built of olive-culred freestone, whilel the lc ustim House, its rival in point of drnatn feMr atl?,ts bitilt .of granite, nod cost half a-millidn dldlars. "'trtdindl looks 'more likF rie n !tttbtfa l:rge city,' .s .nflar all the streeths vft ta fow f...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. Before Messrs D. Mitchell (Mayor,) H. Morris, and W. Mitchell, J. P. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 September 1883

Mi .0daiAhYi SEPrEMllER 20;i.$3. Before Messrs D Mitchell (Mayor,).H 1 Ioiris, andi \\Mtitchell, J. P. :. 1". . ASSAULT. Albert' fropkifiistd acliargedAviili atsulalt. J. -M'Clelland.iT !Z l 1 A , "b.' T"iL .` SThere ws a cross-summons of Hopkins . MriRblieris ipear d for Clelland fanIt Mr Gilloti-for I-Iopkins :'iThe two'ecaisesfere taken to Nether?: °`Thflfiieiner. ftaer briefly opening-the es-cse. calleds hIflttrom:iii, as. "i:,..: ce =x;= J. MI'Clellaid the coinplainant iwihodeposed that he was loading his dray on the day of the assault, aid had .whiat te, consideied qu.i.e noir on for any hor Tlihe ilefenant's stlho estieit on himi to oIod his drlysiis that his Sief ol lie g that certain stumtiS o red mititm~er must.o g1.jlekHtfiGliilaiiftd)t satid ie had sufficient on, Hopkins then pitt one of the sumlis' on the drashtvhichthilnoceked off. Hopkins then got Us?p piece of woqdaboutift. -tong, :.nil1 ihimmoee ,the" e'e 'with it.-:: (tre; thiaed he, ?in'i hIse e,wchici evidencly h...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Justice of Peace Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1883. Before Mr. Shuter, P.M. DAMAGING PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 September 1883

`Justice of' Peaice CourtAl l pii ?' ad'ý ,EPTEMInEI S, .;:1iAMAGING PROI'ERT'IY. "'' Georg Vcst We was icidrged wit wilfully `daning. liilliailrt cue the, o ipert} of , ustiin Dohety? wn u?I?t prosecu tor, stated that hd 'was in the itliarroon- with? E Vit ýh.wihatii l tte iifltid lihhii ,utl kih wmanted to'pti .' h e was: iinder ttie inllu, ":! inc.ia t ely ft...?.',Iit d.€i?:l ;i-h.erl'ar! ;? s.ai,i ;and., .turing round w We twith tie hrokei.cue in.: his handit iflier hen";i{ei51t a ind'btd ntd himi ail about it S T~'tY:ci' MrI Doherty nformd ttie ench dia thi ia d no desire to rtie'". tid " get . " lyt' i l-ied tim tg1ec autiond! ahe thalathree e"eltir.kei ,ithin a ery shr tii As West htid be ns inggaa?tl.inc' Sitturdli night, anid there ?v?as soime it as ti tothe iro erty hiting becn .witliftullydt dclttte wa sisosed. t;, puital dtfiiA '~t, wa iiisteulrmO;) rt Il l l E :>" `.;.7"; , A ,A NUISANCF. " "- , Inspector of Nuisiine hr. Charles' Parry, for causing offensive niatter...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateur Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 September 1883

' Amateuir ' Parliament. On Mondayevening the debate on tile Naval Defences Bill, iniiroducedl byMr :Coliiis,.was continuied by, MIr' ae Johnstone, who asserited thait the nmeasure was a great inritoviditent on that before the' Assehilbly. He thought A2o,0oo was a small trifle to expend in, maintaining a serv ice that woild lia hve to protect the wealth of the colony. The: Naval Reserie is a.a'lxxdy that 'aliy country inighti well ibe proud :of, and he thought that clisses for mtilitary instruction should be: organised for the i.members:. 1 1e deprecalted the wholesale aippoiitniitn t of- ina perial' officers' and considered the positions shoild :?c open to all classes of the Reserve.. lie further thought th:t 32S ien were not'suf ficieit, and .would like to, see, it increased to 6oo, even shoulil the eitra nten be taklen from the land forces, ias the Reservew ice ere fi for scr vice on land tl well'as on sea, while :the 'anit could not be said of laind forces.- The T various clause...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 September 1883

.VITAL STATist is.'-LFiie: 'birthlis iiii t1io deaths iwere ieristcred in ' the Iborough.. durifig the vecek ending September.Stb . ~ There ,wer, 158 births'i*nd 6 ,-deiths ihn thccity 'nid suburbs 'in the samed peiilf the o later'twenty thre'e 1ere infahts underi'ne yeari - .i ' I ,'i • MiUtD Ot l-Sixty-fqur'thota'n two hunlrdl, cubicO y-ds rd cfsilt dilpo'ited by the iHarbor Trust inth:i bay'dqri~rgnlh' tepadfiibimnilt"This wouild go. some'way towards filling-iip the' swamp at: the ý.olld"-o'li~-ert agt- zih? which' hasibeen so longI promiiied. ' When will this is tuleful folly Ie stoppcd ?irv-r :-.s ?.44 NNIVERSARY. The 6:Di?w of Freedom. Lobge I. O.G.T., will celebate ite anniversary of their lodge.onTuesday eveninig, Septemberp '25tli,: by:i .tek-niccting'and: concert.::, For the: lattCr anexcellent lirogranmmcihasleen arranged,. which; includLes the -cofic eleitent to a'yery large degree. The chir .'will be taken by A. Geddes, sq., G.W.C.T A', LOCAL WORK.--On the platform of: ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lecture by the Rev. Charles Strong. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 September 1883

Lecture byi the Re: Charles Strong. , - Tlc Idovnplour of rain .on Vedniesday had ih?eclffLctof kceping numlbers away who other wisc ,auld e tave'avniled thenselves'of the op Slistcning4ibothlucnarefhlly thought nri?a~nd Ielbitent lecture dclivered by the Rev. Chaes rohg.on Dcan Stanley. As it was, only about two hundred, of whom a fair pro "portion were ladies, put in an appearance. Mir WV,M.I Clark, Ml.P., occupied the chair, and .in initrodutcing the rev.gecntleman, rec ntis"led that it was an occasion wwhl n one might ewdLLbe.pardoned fororgctting.the, pleasure.of the eveningh , -and referring personally toi the talented lecturer, seeing that it was his first ap pearance in Footsc-ay, and that the colony was about to lose his servces, as in a limited .cont-. miuity they could ill iffird tio lose such a one. tie would, hiowever, content himself Iy con giratulaiting: thee.;meting one Mlr Strong' prc sence;,'andl ssuring himil of the hearty s?ileome they allexstended., l thought th...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 22 September 1883

Mr ,'ladstone. is; to interdicw tdfciar of-. arns the mnurdcrcr-i wtill I "e cxecuc at trgrat on Tiicslay next', w: an Government protest ai ii h argexation bf the New Ilcbrides.' :. Celestial .'at> rfaiyl0orougi vwas. ilmpaled Sthehirm n the spikes of a hay cart. -The }Amitttirr:Parliamient wvill debatei the _Fic1ration itestien o ik nday ecveiiing: i~~d . ri ara ctihall s sccnt deb ii SliMrd.James.r ark hris ia - of rVil -1'k=,inhgeSo "in LnElanad for .his poor Liird Alcester has approved of tihe dlefcnce schemeni s of Sir \uelfu is an- major neral" Scr: itchl ey . c - v..) V i l.. Thl hont}r barrges no'w lain' ciinstructed in •Engldnhl :for/the I1u adLrll.¢rus.--? a bl str{ -)in ;tieneil for hi se0 in ase of war. s ' ?jLord rioscllrry arid his lad)y; ao la~ghtit r of tlie otlsclh lds" ; ~l n r tsraliaiand aril "q;%pected here at 6up line. " r .- Ir'hcSl atiop Arminy v 1ih o parchasicrthe lTnce? i rThealf?a . Sandlturso? e owindredrn6f the ground willl noper1tieit5the a c.?, . ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

r OJND}1THE', WORLD . 1 IPh rc.; I i ki) S? V'IsiI , called. the G ilen, ofl tlhe ,Gulf, though so rich in -all 'tha nlature can give, is a poor place, it stiffers frodi the samone' complint- 'that -trdtibls :Irrelanl, a.:sent Inndlordis.: It was handedc overas a gift to the Royal f'oiturtes asout the tine the P'rinte of Orange came ont i'r; trhicnstrensricontiolinaly ibeing dravsn out of thee country). The jtpolc too have los? 'i!'good dscal if their energy as t.e place has been ,settled;for many years. It is rentarked,'not only heri, but all over America, that the first gencrations take most..advanta e of thegoods the gods give them; and the succeed;: ing generations, have not thB enrrgy ant 'go in' thlmn their fathers had'.;. :"ilt'nt' ji' Gencratlly tie fhriti 6rlhtiBtlistlcad has Le in tirchased and improved by thl original .c li a'nt;.?,ithile' his grand': ciihti'cd lihrve' :allw.l' ie place to go to'ruin. Willthis be the case in A ui s tr a l ia ? ' ' ., ' i'"> ' i" , tIav...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

Business Addreseea v_6 I. S'Of i iEi.zAiii STiREE.i ' :Has opeti " - , I:a ich '" tblis" ntt in ' COLLINS STR:,E E -T,'. .Near tlhe S1pelicer: Street Isail'y.' Staiio.f S mall ood ry fvscriIticrlonalways-o'nhIant U . . .. : .' (L ' icoll the Tailor). .Address-loS lLIZABLETI STREET, J M., BARR, ^AUOCT I:ON EER ; ' - FINANCE AGENTI J. I. B. having made arrangements with the Proprietory of thq Inlepeident, is' . now in a positioni to inform .the. - Public that In order to offer every facility for )otli . Sllers and Buiyers, ANY PI'ROP'ERTIES, PLACEDr IN illS AND TIHE UTMOST S PUBLICIT'Y GIVIEN. "No Charge being -made for ADVERTISING, nor Offering for Sale, unless a Sale is effected, Sales of Furniture, Produce, antid 'Stock conducted in any pai t of the District. AGENT FOR THE b Colonial Mutual Fire, lland Mariner " AGENT FOR T SHE .,LL , I, Colonial Mutual Life and . -: TAnnuity Society. IST, Insurd partiipate in the rofits. or A IR iALMER E ost-office Store StOfepin street, Yarravill...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

" -- :Edle casstiona. F OOTSCRAX: CHtOOL or ARTS} Subscriptionss 6dd per quirr q STITUTE AND £REE READING R.-i:,"ROOM AND LIBRARY. :,:, McwicSurnsceirTio n as 6`Oct oQbaerCth Diily, Weekly and Illustrated Pp ers Scien Schoo? lof Design every Friday.- : a' S OUTH IELBOURNE OLLEGE BANK STRI ET, E MR A liLDINl PERINcnAL :THOMAS :I PALMER B.A. IIonorman of Melbourne University, Ionor-. man and Tmlined IlTeachcra of -PEduication Department, late Semor Master of Carlten The buildng:l :isr acdmirably situatiel, ibeing : not .niore- than twvo minutes walk trem the Emerld :lill ,'Railway Station, and only twent) minutes ..walk from Siencer StreLt. The rooms are large land ithoroughly enitilated,' aid the blayi:ground is laige and Sell laid.out It sill be the aim" of the princilmal to give pupils a thoroughly SOUND ENGLIS:IL EDUCATION, and at the same time to" pre pare them for the University Examinations and for other Mercantile Pursuits. A MtATRICULATION CLASS is at work ftr the OMING DECEM...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. YARRAVILLE V. NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

YARRAVILLE v. NORTI'ERN.. The Yarraville Club commenced the season last Saturday,'by having some excellent practice in bowling and fielding. Their opponents were the Northern, aclub, which last season earned a very good name in.the cricket field, and judg ing by their performatices on Saturday. possess batsmen of no mean calibre. .The Northern winning the toss, elected to bat, and so .well dlid they perform, thatt atall of time, the score stood at 147 for 4 wickets only. This" large score was mainly due to the wretched fielding of the Yarraville, who must look to this depart ment of the game if they wish to be success-' fill. The bowling on the whole was very good, Corby C. and White especially performing well, but no one but a bowler himself knows'how discouraging it is to have catch after catch niissed biy careless fielders. -. Appended are the scores: SNORTHERN. SPercy, oeI ndbC. C sorb ... . ... Brown, e Nichols, b C. Corby -, :"... 7: . Edmond., ,h Cl Corby . .. ':. ''-.i..'l"....

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

.Th final football match of the season was to have bedtn ilayed- last: Saturday, betwseen the Footscray and Excelsior :clubs, -but:. owingg( to the pierverse and unifootball-like conduct of the latter the game ilid not take' place. ," Some in formation may be gleaned from :;the following facts :At the .beginning?of the season, the S.cretaryof the Footscray arranged two matches against twenty-three of the LExcelsior. i ,The first of these wis -plyed .some time ago, and resultecd in ?i ,vin for the *senior club; 'mho kicked a goals 23 behinds to 3 behinds. The. second of these two matches was to have been played last Satuiday, and; icaused no' 'little. excitement.. It was however generally :consid eretl that, the outcome of the match would be. the same as the forimer one,. lus a' few 'more goals iandtl itis-'soeveral behinds: -So thait un?ler these circumstances ,ri?tl from having seen both teams playing, a good number,; lioth of players mnd boutsiders; had heen induced' to back the F...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

Speon;alNoticesr'." `A= 1ATKlUiR._ NTEI5COLONIALl S= SULLING IATCH Ml WOO Foote ' MIR-D GREEN of Ade , - TIIS DAY 't tta' 29tl SEETEMBER, -t ,:;t? On ti'w??ower: .;ar : i . e :.::=; :.i-- . Sfollow thel race- It will leae the Que'e s !FOOTSCRAY i F OTO CRIAY C I(ETI CLUB. GIFT DISTRIBUTION In aid of the aibove, wiill be held in the RoIyal Hall on:MONDAY and .TUESDAY NEXT,i October- ist anil :id. A splendid iirriay: of ta:lent' h??l h en ile ecnred; including ithie nanic o:ii.:; ss iLucisNDti li.AciA tiA'an d Miss Sec Programme:. -i.H :"'E ELOV.ETT: , -Ion Sec. ': p "I \O.TI .. Parties ilio hiveFutriniture orother Mloveable Effects for sale a ? requriestd to iring themi to . the New Action Roonms, Indlafenl?d Office, so that they may be .talogued and exhiliited previois to the auction sales. .: M .BARR, Auctionedr. F ANCYI' BAZAAR will he opened IyI Ifis : f'X- A Worship the Mayor in the ROYAL HIIALL on the 9"ri of OCTOBER, for the par= pose of Paying otl the Debt on the RoMAN CATIiO...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

.The-iScutinga?:. . i fMtch for: £o sde biet-weni MIr' D. Gicrn of Southi Australia, and Mr T.; Wood conies offthis afternooin the course being: from a point "at IIumnibg Reach'; to Messrs Johnson and Co s Tyine Foundryia distaice of twro miles. fBoth athletes are reported to be in' forii; i and work with. such equal skill anid speed thaita vey close contest tis anticiliated.' with a finislin favor of the 'Demon Stroke.''. The steinmer Rescuhe will follow the race, arid leaves the Queen's Whhrf, Melliourne; at'3 .3 for that purpose.

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Independent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1883 Local Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

"ON\WARD) AND UPWARD.". FOOTSCRAY, SATUfi?AY, Sv TES'i"MiRR 29, ISS3 Local Building Society Ix a letter which appears in another column, attention ,is directed :to "the' splendid opening there is in our district for a local: Building Socity,- andl to some of the advantages ahich would be' reaped by: the particil)ators iii the scheme. No "doubt .exists 'that the greater: portionof .:the workiig classes,` anid a large inumiber of the middle class, ire not in the position to Lbecome the oiners of?'their hoiies'by phurchase, in volving the payment of a considerable. sum ofi moneyin cah, and sif they had been coiimpelled t- pay: rent for their d-wellings, it : would. have tended still further to prevent: their. attaining the ownership, But by the aid of .the various societies, they have been enabled at.a small increase on the sum required as rent, to be steadily yet,. surely pur chasing. thie. freehold, 'aiid becoming their own landlords. Of course in doing$ this on 'the time-paymrieinit...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

S por t n g` Cecrct wies of Cricket nd Fotbllul Cloiw are m n sted. to snd their reports of past Saturday's ottchesnot. t.later : than -Tuistayc cving ino orctr to _ sui r 'insertion. LComitngtioturnsothill berscovnditiptill 1Vodorosdayoevening.::' I ;.::::;:-:

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Harbor Trust Bill and Eight Hours' Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

Harbor Trust :Bill :and Eight ft:. Hours Movement. .?ib;;' ' lI'L-w orking men of the;colony may, w eli be congratulated' on th e': material; adv?iinta'gs gained fori themi by.:" thie nembernflor.Foot scray, -n obtainng thei insertion ofthelight hours principle in pass ed thle assembly d The new clause which h suficeeded in lavingiaddedto6 the Bill is as folloiss ; Every contract= ihen?`for. executimgro k's of. 'improve ment in the'port of Melbourne "shall, contain r? condition that the contractor: for such wsorks s ll -not employ any wiorkmfin or 1ilabourer for a longer time tfianit eight hours in each working' day. Provided "ilso that no worknman or lbouirer. eiployed by the Coinmmission ers sh?il. be required to work more than eight hours each day, except in cases of accidenit or emergency, and in all such cas?es the oyertime shall be paid.for as follows: Tlime and a quarter for the first two hours; time and a half for any period in ekcess of two hours; double time for.all Sunday...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Volunteering at the Cape. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

Volunteering at the Cape. - BY ZULU. InL thie" tucker " arrangements, whlat caused moust grumbling, was, the fact of our having coffee bcans served out instead of ground coffee: Therefoie,;in'order to obtain a drink 6f that most refreshing beverage, which is to the inhabitants of South Africa, what tea is: to an Australian, it was necessary, first, to roast, and then to grind the berries, the utensils used for this culinary operation, being a pannikin, and two stones., We left off "ringing in" the horses now, and turned "them out to play at feeding, the guard, (alwajs on foot), sometimes driving them as far as a mile from camp.- The .corporal also drove the guard, Who, certiinly' were fari?less docile, and required infinitely inore watching than their four legged charges, these being, swing to the knee haltering process, unable to stray any very great distance quickly.. Hob bling, is to my mind, far preferable. tok,knee haltering as a means of keeping horses uhder control, altho' th...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

Ourselves.. i WEV; have now complileted our first half year, with'last week's issue, and the in fant venture has felt its feet, and passed through the limost, critical,' period of a newspaper's existence' ahd has gained strength'-and -vigotir as time rolled: on. Thanks to the generous support which the public have given to the Ifdependent, it is nowi placed beyoiid dispute;that the district is quite able and willing to sup port a piurely local paper. It is in no egotistical 'spirit' that. we presume to think that the tone of the articles and letterpress have been calculated to bear' out the promises made at the opening, and that the name---7The Independent" -has -not been a misnomer, but fully appropriate to the manner in which public?i matteis have ljee?i? dealt with. Oiir existence hlas inot 'bealtogether un chequered; ;or?:without inpleasantness, but such is the experience; of all lives, whether of inidividuials o6r" newspapers, and ie do not anticipate any exemption from the: co...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 29 September 1883

"OUR HARRY." A TALE OF THEI DIGGINGS. BY J. iM. B. CtIArPrIct xvtII. "Alas!. hi. hears yodu notL?. His i ar is stopped with earth."' TnI. poor woman now gave way3 to the tide o grief which she" had so powerfully, repressed during the last moments of her husband's-lifc, and her wail was pitiful to li.ten to as she lamented her loss with a voice-broken by sobs. ' "'Resquiesa! in pace,' my darlinig ! The heavens be your bed, for yourself was the -lov? ing husband to me, 'evcr since the day you took tiee from my father-s door. Azn' was it for. this that 've crossed the salt sea to'conme to this land of gohl ?-to a place where never a priest comes to bless is, or a doctor can be had. Was ii to bei'vbrking underground like a modicwort, and be crushed like a worm undler the earth, liat'ye left ould Ireland ? Sorrow for the day when it Was ever said to ye to come to Aus tralia, imy Bonnie James. And what shall \ve say to the por old motlter, too-that her eldest son was crushed to de-ath, an...

Publication Title: Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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