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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

LOCAL ANb GENERAL. j Thl Dubbo kil-bs aie lived £or the 2u'l ami 3itl May uciit. j A M0VJ.MLM' is on font b» f-l.ut .i huc-nitl paper in j Th;u-gonunda.l-. with ovory ;vp)j:ueut prospect of success. iSKXUiR-Sergecmt Eilwar.l Augustus \Vd»b has been appointed DUtiiot Inspectoi, vice Byrne, under tue Licensing Act, tor tins district. Mil J. Steers, the icoently appointed Stock j Inspector for the \Vauiuu~iiig sheep district, passed | through during the week for the place named. The following conditional purchases on ie&nnic-l ? ureas iu. thib district are Gazetted as forfeited : — Sir John O'Shaiiassy. Francis M'Xelly. j)onald Davidson, Richard Maley. Ov Wednesday Iau»t tlie steamer Muudoo arii\eii from South Australia with a, general cargo for Messrs. K. Rich and Co. , of thi*- town. The Aland left for Brewarrina ou TiiurscUj'. Wis recently stited that it wab mure than pro' hdiile a yomig ladies seminary would shortly be opened iii Bouike by the lli&aes Bucklaud. Tlii...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

Thh very full ?speech' delivered by Mr. Wadoell upon the second reading of the Land Bill, and wliich we published in our last issue, is at least evidence that our senior member is fully alive, to the importance of amending the land laws. That he is fully ^iezed with the working of the present and past Acts is not to be wondered at seeing that much of his knowledge has been gaiued in a practical school, — knowledge that should serve both him aiid his constituents in good stead just now. There was a ring of solid truth about the opening utterances that must of necessity commend them to all but those too utterly steeped in party animosity to permit of such an abstract question as the ?welfare of the State from influencing them. .Mr. Waddeh. only. expressed the opinion of nine of every ten electors when he said that ' there never was a time when any question deserved* such consideration- as does the (Land) BiU now before tlie House,' and that ' if ever there was a time when it was de si...

Publication Title: Western Herald
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

MUNICIPAL COtrNCiL, The ordinary meeting of tiie above was held at the Coil ucU Chambers on Wednesday last, the following being present;:-— The Mayor, Aldermen Cray, Bloxham, Ponohoe, Hardwick, Colless, Macfarlane and Morrison. The' Mayor welcomed Aldermen Macfarlane and Monisou to the CoonciL The previous minutes haiiini' been confirmed, correspondence was read, tiie principal portion of which Lad relation to unimportant routine -work. ? A letter froui Alderman Beadford tendering his re signation was accepted. '??????' ? The Finance Committee recommended the pay ment of various accounts amounting to £184 7s 4d, of which £107 18s fid was for wages for the three weeks ending March 3rd. The report -was adopted.' A letter was read from the Special Auditors ^offering to draw oat and open a set of books suit able for the Council, and on the jnofion of Alder inan Collcss, seconded by Aldennari Donohoe, they were requested to furnish tlie Council with a draft of the .same. Aldcnnau Donohoe...

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IMPENDING NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

IMPENDING NOTICES OF MOTION The follow inif notices ha\ e 1 ijen given in the Assembly : — i ^ TlTIISDAV, ilAUUIl 2'J. ^Ali-. Hutehinson to move for leave to bring in a bill, enabling Parliamentary electors iu their various districts to vote all liquor licenses Ti'£-r-AV, ApkUj '27. - 111-. Copeland to ino\ v - J . That, in the ojnnion r/t tms iioufae mom-rate import autics ou aucli agricultural productiojis as -can be grown in the colony, anil on all ai tides which can be locally lnanufactuied, would tend to bring financial pros penty to the colony, and give profitable employ ment to many of our present uneiuploycd mechanics and the working cUs6.«& generally. -2. That the above resolution be communicated by address Ut his Excellency the t Governor.

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BYROCK JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

BYROCK J0CKEY_CLUB RACES The. following are the eutnes for the two principal events to Ikj ruu at the above meeting ou the 19th mS ' OPENINU HANDICAP. -j. McCulloch's ... .. R-ichisc ? Ruby F. Uoherty's ... ... Monte W. Oliver's ? Parnell If. GiHctfs ? Agent S. Burton's ? Corouga, J. Hackett'fi ... ... Laay Pitsfoid J. M.clutosli's ... ... Liiiwoo4 T. Bcahau'6 .. ... Driuiuncr ? Flip IT. Wray's .. ... Kingfisher. ' ' BYROCK JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. F. Doherty's ... ... Monte W. Oliver's ? Parnell S. Burton's ? Corouga H. Gillett's ... ... .. Agent G. A/Power's ? Doctor J. ffackett's ? Lady Piteford J Mclntosh's ? Lin wood T. Beahau''s -'.'-„.- ...» Flip ?F. Way's .i. ... Kingfisher.

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THE BOHEMIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

THE BOHEMIANS. ~' ~~ . Thj: membci* of die Bohemian Musical Comedy Company continued to play at Deignan's Hall on Wednesday, and Thursday, pres. anting High Jinks ou the lirat ni-rht, aud that jjiece coupled with Trial by Jury on Thursday. Of thehe, Trial by Jury appeared to be must appreciated, but we must certainly expie&s surprise that the support accorded a company possessed of undoubted talent was not greater than was actually the case. The Bohemians leave to-morrow for .Sydney aud the northern districts, playing o.i route at the larger intermediate places.

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LAND COURT APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

LAND COITET A VPEALS. Thi: following apjiails against the decision of the liourkedisttict'Land 15o;u-d wercconsi 'ii-edatthe i-ccent Laud Court held by the Ministc . Wilfred Hall, against the decision «f tlie Bre warrina Land iioiu'd that he should pa , to Henry Kn^lish the sum of £22 3s Id, as ou' 'ialf of the value of a boundary. fence.-*. . Appeal «us ined . iv .v antic Hall, against taiedeci -ion of die BrcwaiTuia Laud Board that they sho dd wxy to I »auicl L. Willis die man df £135 Os 3d,'bciug hatf tlie value of, aioundary,, fence.. rToe-difiii-ence was adjusted t by- Mlo wpag jS30^per C niile; Ithe amoniit asked tor l-eing f35, with extras. ' The api«al Of William Patrick Madden, agauist me reconiDicu-«afcion of the - Laud Boar-l that the forfeiture of his conditional purchase at Cobar be uot reversed,_has J-een dismissed.

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SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

SPKCl,»L-MBKTfi«';. A sjiv.-ial inectiug of the Council was hold on .iVi.l.vy. ffttMie purpose of consi-lering the applica tions for the various appointments now vacaut. J-'i-om over SO ajiplications for tjie position of Tu« li Clerk that of Mr. H. Allison, of Wjlcaunia, was accepted. Tlie cousideratiou of tlie remaining appointmeuis mi6 'deferred till Monday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

BAKER & eONFEGtiONER, etc:, MITCHELL-SC BOURKE, -XEAR THE POST OFFICE:) ALL orders promptly executed! Bread supplied regularly of first-class quality. Picnic, Wed ding and other parties catered for at shortest notice. Young liaise Seiiiary. THIS Misses BiKikLufd wlio1 wUl arrive in iBoui'ke next week will commence duties at the above fit an early .date of whiiili due notice will ha given. Terms and all particulars upon application LEDKNAPPEK~5()TE& ENNGONIA^REWAREIMA fiOAD. TE ? AyJSLLEES and. others juuI die general ;. |-u b lic will find every convenience, both for them selves and horses, at the above well-kuow'u hotel. Attached to the hotel is a store 'containing a com plete assortment of ail ^ajuisitesf or the road. Hood secure paddock icilli abundance of i/rax$ -L- icuicr. UTouc buttheJjestof liq'iorsiu thc'li r. . H. TURNER. . ; .,,?.??'' ?.,-?,?,.?,:??,?,. i;-; ?? ??;?;? '? ?/,,..::...j.V.\:;J^oprietor-j.i'!- ? ? NANCA^Rbw:) ?^;-yBA^TIiETT^ One Blood Steeplech...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

OFFlCKaoUDKES. The office held i-y the kidneys is ic of im portiince. They act'as nature's sluice-M .y to carry off tlie extra liquids nom the system, tud with tliem the impurities, Iwth those that atv tken iuto the stomach and those tliat are formed i 1 '^le blood. Any clogging or inaction of'tthese/brg.i'.'f is there fore impoi-tant. Dni Belx,'s 'Brrf ers a : nature's eflicieiiti assistaiit iu keephig-iiieiladnefi in good working order, etirengtJjening them, an I inducing healthy. acttdii-CvIf iybii would get well and keep well, take Da. Begl's Bittebs. TE jrfDERS WANTED. EOR Buil.ling a SHOP and DWELLING HOUSE attached.- Forjparticuhxrs of phiii 'etc. JOSEPH COLLESS. AT 2 30 Vjt Rankenonid Sloxfwm. WILL 'sell' aVlireiiT'y1irds''ftacir of the Royal lIotel^ppiafecpuntofi^Kpus b\\Tiei-s aJ first class lot of hoi'ses, comprisuig, Draughts (some ot them extra lieavy) Light Hariiess Hackneys , ? , . also Vehicles, Harness/ &c, ''.,'' AT 2,30P.M.'' WILL sell on account of owner ...

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CHALLIS MEMORIAL. Sydney, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 10 March 1888

CHALLIS MEMORIAL.   Sydney, March 9.           The University Senate intends to erect a marble statue to the memory of the late Mr. Challis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

_ .«* inittTSiiS : .-he oiwimrmniAHW sdooess; OF THE AGE VO medicine ^^^%gSt^l^ L\ met «i«h. the success *'^ cnrAt!^ BrrxER.s. It *»«te '^yjSnSos renown is not article in the woij U\ ^ «™£££ed. It h famous by reason of its uihereiit virtues. ?'? 1 « obiimal for it B is ti*1 most |»o«^r ? JP^ wl directive Asent Uuow? for f «. ' ''''ft. ^ ^?iUutod ,^m,a».lSenei-al£L.mly mechcu.c. 01}l.lr7s^tt'.i»«-«dl-lJJSG- , lleU a Haters .Manufacturing C*^^1}™^ . have 1h»ii .. Miflwei for ^«»te? V''^ work mkr effect «if a «nl.l 1 ciHltniCtB* wlllk aI,' f r^l ground. I lrave t.ia.1 almost creryt hmg^Ij a,c alan Imku to several doctors awl hf^J1^ ^ Ti^ auv Insoefit. *t times I am aljte » * « ^ & * l *^ « weeks then get bad and for » ^» '^, confined to the house. I ff* » 'ft ,- «^,i', Bitters last week from Or-vnge, W tork ^ ™' | a week. foi-c«a-v time the c»»gl» »'!ISjU™bJ^dv 1 wok a little.' a«.l am «bd tj. «y? «? « W- improved, for I «n able to do a littl« nuiiing Oyh'u- Diggiugp, */'«: Ofa...

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THE OBIT OF THE COUNTRY EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

THE OBIT OF THE COXJNTftY EDITOR He is goue. He sleeps that long, last sleep from which there is no awakening in this life. Hib eara will never hearken again to the musical voice of the ' devii' when he yells the magical word, ' Copy.'' 2fever mora will those, honest lips claim fifteen ' * hundred for the Footer. lie is gone. His ' i place ia the sinctum is vacant. The wvarj '* g ^» .w-ay worn shears i'ust in idleness. The '4itidn ££& sours in the pot, and the cockroaches dHHwaBRjr flirouah to devour it. The well-worn ?.W^'~ Railway pass rests in peace side by side with -'^\ iiie circus ' comp.' The eounlry exchange '\ \ lies in its wrapper ^it also lies when not in £ '% its wrapper). The delinquent subscriber i ,?k receives no more duo. The big pumpkin f- * rots in the sanctum, and the farmer who \, \ brought it gets no puff. The Tooter is in '^Ij^-jnourniDg. Its creditors also mourn. The ^sE^Kjolumn rules are inverted. The office towel wjy. is tied on to the door. The ' de...

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TELEGRAMS. CRICKET. Sydney, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

TEi5K^RA:M8; '. CRICKET. . %dncy, Jlarch 1:3. ? Lily white's team kppt Jhc. wickets all day, .?aid Ikivc scoivxl 367 for eight wickets. Shrewsbury 1S3, not out - ... .. ^. ... , ? . ? ...: -...,., .,,,... _,? ? .. .... .Later. ? ,, Liiywliite's 'tciiui compiled -103 runs iu (fclieir .second iiiuiug&, iSlu'cwsbuiy »conU-i buliug 20G, caught out. AustmlL'w Eleven, s-;cond innuigs— - Blacjcbaui.1, Alcljoiiiiell .2$, Trott 13, Lypus nil, Turner 17. Five wnckets down for 11G ?iiniiB.v'., ?'?- .?' ?.. .''? .?;. ':.:-.-?', ? ;, .-'??..: ??'.-.?' '? ' ??-.??' '. ? -?'- ?-„? ? ? -? -?? LOITERING. ; Sydney, March 13* ?-?-.--&? ?4iuui|)ej' of bookinakei's liave been summoned for loitering opposite Tattei'saH'e -&&.;:.: ?;..:- ?;:..?-??-??:-.';.?? ,.!.-'.r. ???--:.???.?--?? ? ? ??-? ,% LQCOMpTIVES. ''-tr-.i.' ?' ^ Syaiiey, SLimh 13. .?/'?/Tli^ ;« :-^)!uiuij«^ocal;^S^his^^iay5p;'decided'ta-' reject the .offer .uf the Goveaiuient for tlie. ?^nsia-iictibrtof :-locpn...

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OFFICEHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

-IVK!-JKir--I.l)Kli.S. The oflicc held by tlie kidneys is one of im portance. Tliey act as nature'*, sluice-way to carry off the esclra liquids /i-oui the systeiii, and with them the imjiurities, botli those tliat are taken into .die stomach and thos^that ure formed in the blood. Any clogging' or inaction ..f these orguns is there fore important Dil Bell's Hittkks are naturc:s efficient assistant in keeping the kidneys in good working order, sUeugtiiening tlieui, iiud iuducin-' healthv action. If vou would «?«%«?. wn\\ .,,,,i i. ? f! well, take I)K-liwj.?6»BiTriiKs. -. ? To-day is the Hliiig day for Central -Juinl-cr- land. #-:.y-,\\. '?'? - : ??.?' '??%'?? ^^ '??? ? ' ''-'' ''?'' ' ' ;':' ' ? '?''? ? '' The Bank of Austr.ilusia lias declared a di\'idend of 12;per jo-ent.; aud carried forward £12,800. A man named Evans received six mouths in the Cootauiiuidia ga«lior passing spurious notes on the racecourse. ??- ... ' '? ?; '- -y . '} ;?? ??-? j«.tjp-ai(»).\ .corns: ?;?- ? '? ? ??? ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

poor ondent 3 dead . wituin rrespon blis-sfuily :»ei%b' boiiifs ji The Act --?s that no body . c.-riain iiievilab'e fiily ignoivil and i-r.*kvn. »'i uuSluie of the svsstem Jt-r --iie gru.it London h»s M'* in TO-inv. A'' l» idv is !'?» who die. and wh -ss bodies J b«jp fricmi-5 ar.j all s.-»t to tui.l ajf.'ani, a* much n-* £-5 ;n ' », ;«Ilo\Cea fo.- ii. Ail p;ini-u*;irs -I^pw''lit'1 *s tJierl * put in pickle' .dliTnej^wed. 'Tins may be in a iveek(/)a mojitli, i|fim year, -accord ui» to (:'-«' ticmand. -'''r Wh'en a call -is uiatie for a body i» is fished out of the pickle, and taken Jo - Me dissect ins-room. Here it is app-irii.m -«i aii-in ; the x'aritfUS applying sl«fl«!it- at certain fixed . .^ prii-es for different fjir;-s. One wants a '''^ - fare-arm, another a fuot5 hand, -£-:. 'I 'he pr?'~ j, -\vjjole bod3r is sold in tin's way, the parts \ * ' ^SJfiiF ^sected ' otf as require'). E*ch -, '„ ^^j^rauetot has a locker in which h« keep* his H-jjgrtioiij a, keavy penally attaching ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

?: ... I ? ?? ????:i. ??: 'GiiSiom House, r & ^ fyy~i miming ?.??ia/icf-^rWfarJ(/%-^»^-.;: . ' / ' ? ' ? : ?'? ' . . ,- ? . ' m': ?;'? '.lS'xoraicjs'.'STKiEET,;'1,, ;?.?„;,:?*,: ,y:*,'{i .^iv/'S ... ? j bond ??fli*8hip'« suUaiiafi.marae-1 Jirecttp^Upaite, ?, ,-:.,{ , ..^AWEN^Kiw'V'^l^MJKiE ;,.rceeivcil::.ior st^-i^«,^ f shipment or deliver^ ; ' ?'? '?' '' ??', '*'?'' , ,-'-''? '?' ?'''' Wo-'- iw.J other yj-o ;*«-*; j-eccivcl for delivery hi till -w slii jimcrit 'to ; any part of wie -roi lit- v I Insokanckh cffcctcJ when required;, ,_, f AGKXCIES .'; ^'i-Hntoir;'^™^',^'''^^^' ffil7;« | '..??? ??????i';'-' ??-*'ay/,;.qwrf',-»?/,,lrt-;.,,-?ofo»';gii-, ,,,., ;,;.; ,/,;, -„.,,; ,'?'?','?'. \ ' '' '?'?? '?''' ' ???-'?':?'.'''? ^j;j- ?'??''? '!;? :???'??'. ?.'.??.'?. ,;?...,,.????,,?..,?!? ? j ? : ' GEIfiBRMi ? '^£OD]!JC^f:SB!pKERI%; 1 ? I . ? ? ??? ?????? ,????? -vjjjy 'iiJB-^f^SEOEBR,' iv- ';if I.:,'! ' |j[ Tallow, I^tuMviM^rSupiiu-skiiis. &c. ; I ?; 'S '. --? ?'?; ?'?;?...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

IjOCAL ANb .'CflBSfiftAL:^! Rrtiikt-n :»ii'l Bloxliain l-yva-lvertiseaiSip;^iunte the «tciiti4»u of conti-actore, teamsters, and'otlicrs to t'loirstle t»-morrowof -lraiglit horses, tip carts^* harness, clc ..,. . ;. .. At the Police Court on 'Mou'divy last A. 1-. F. Alicnn.ui »vf-»s clianjed witli -defr^udiiiK tlie aSavijjgs . iJaiik oflNcw SouthWulesi and *-emalj|le-l fo %d nev for ?trial.--' . .-. , ?; . . . ?'.;, ........ . . .?'?'' r«ESii teiuiers ai-e called, hi oui- tulvertisui^ coliinum for Uie supply of Voragc byU\e Municipal. Opiitieil for l!ic cun-cut year. Tenders to l-e in not latcj- t)i;il) tlie 21st iu&L (. .:?,. .£ . .^ - , - - .liiuiikcn alhriJlo'xliwi'i iiotify 'tliat 'tficy will 'offer in Uicir^ai-ils on .'Jatuidoy-uext a liuuilter of liea--y. xlniujglit Ihhscs at Isdninr^ncy wilflie fu the yaiils fin- . iiuijteclioii l-y nooii, Aljont iiiidiiijjlitoii. Saturday last a roWjtry took place At .Mclyiu^lilin'a li()tel, wjipu ;i silver wutdi, pdftiiVitiitciuV, ;...

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ON HIGHWAY AND BYEWAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

fOU ; HIG a WAY AND BYE WAY : Hv Tjik Hi-;hw.\.tman. How much longer/are we to linger on without* seeing any signs of progress towards completion of our very second rate post and telegraph builtUiigs. Month after mouth has gone by since the original contractor retired' from the scene of his labors to those of a more laborious yet less payable kind ? for. himself. Public lneefcings have heeii held in a more orV-ss perfruetovy way, with the usual rcply from headquarters and tlie usual 'result. We have been lc-) to l-elieve that loug ere now we sliould have the buildings completed in; one fashion or another, but everything remains exactly in tlie -same position as. before, :«» far,as the public- axe; awiiiv.. Another public meeting, more indignant speeches, our members requested to move in JIJio' matter, they move accordingly, and all to what «nd 1 ?VIinister ^f j^rksSwnk^^owingly afettie Cf-lbnia1 'Architect, and places his fore-fiufter alougiriile his nasal organ, sighs, makes mjiiti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Herald — 14 March 1888

JAMjSS IJStGLIS, MITCHELL STREET. B O U R K E . OPPOSITE THE PARK.) Wholesale and Retail Fruiterer an Produce Merchant. -TAMES INGLES is constantly in receipt «f Frebli O istookn of every «lescriptiou of Fruit ami Pro duce, Bacon and Cheese of undoubted quality. Dealers, Hawkers, and Stations supplied promptly and at liberal prices T. DUN A', BAKER & CONFECTIONER (NSAB, -VEYMARR''S STOJIC) MITOHLLL STREET, BOURKS. piCXJ.CS Jt WEUDEN*) PARTIES provided for J. on the shortest notice. Caterer for all public amusements. Hotels liberally dealt -with. Bread delivered regularly ercry morning. P. AIATHEWS,J-roprleLor, AT the above well-known establishment, visitors to Louth may rely upon getting Comfortable Accommodation, Liberal Table, First-Glass Liquors, Good Stabling1, Civility and Attention AT MOD E 11 A T E TERM S . VGIDEA CAMP' HOTEL, TWELVE MILES FROJf BOURKE, OX THE BARRINGUN & aUEENSLAND ROAD J, M'KItfNON, PROPRIETOR. /1OUTTORTAE1.E Accommodation for Travellers, \J...

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