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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ¥i . — , ? #^ ? Via SffEEp.— On Tuesday last Messrs, Tucker Brothers, butchers; had on view at their establishment one of the Guest sheep wfr have seen for Borne time. It was literally owe solid mass bf fat, wan nf immense fr.-i.me- and weighed whew killed 13211s. It was 18 months old, and was bred by Mr. T. R. Icoly at Coombing. Poiicb Oocet.— The business at the police office on Tuesday last was of little importance. One vugnuit (Samnel Parr) was sent to Ba^ thnrst gaol for a month. Mr. E. S. W. North presented & requisition from the shareholders of the Academy of Music, requesting that the Court-fiouao be disatioweii for entertainments as a hall was available in the town. The sitting magistrates (the P.M. and Mr. Warner) decided tn leave the consideratinn of this mutter to a full bench. They, however, expressed their opinions that the Court-house should not in future be let. We may be allowed to express oar opinion too that the Court-house should b...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

?? ... ? — ^-n ? » ? r— =1= AlfOTHEr. SVPNEY WILL C*BE.— A VVlA j f»',l ior some one is now in tbe market, and | it is surmised that food for tbe lawyers flimi- j h ? to (he celebrated Hancook will case will ; be supplied. The readere of this journal will { remember that when Judge Obeeke died some ', v. ars back. he. contrary to the expectationi j of his next of kin, willed all hiB property**} , J Mrs. Mary Ann Critehley, who up to Sun- [ fay lwt wus living at Darling Point in great ^ ]u enriance. Oil SuudHy evening she BlmfBed - ofl her inortal coil, and the -iy*tor of intes- i Ufa pgttttaais now in posuwwion of her wealth, j which is estimated at £30, 800.— E. News, j { If those who: are stricken with disease ony knew what was good for them, the rank* of tlu medical profession would soon be deci miLted. As it is, the army of physicians sluuld be reduced, and the only effeotiwj m'ABs of shjitting its Constantly increasing re'iuits ts for -patients to ftmiliarise them eelfes, froin...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY Wednesday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

TELEiM* I'tflC INTELLIGENCE. QriAilt A. I.VKCH, ESQ.) SYDNEY WWnesdav 1 1 a.m. The c Ornate of £4000 for a new Court-house for CiircoRr wa? carried by a .hir^e mnjoiity. There was great excitement and much qipot-it.ion. Fiiday Evening. To (Vp 'ABSeniUy IhbI irstlil ox goins; into £n|i|ily,- .Mr, McJillicn*' »trtiu uttucked Sir Mtriir'y PmkPB »ud Mv. M--Cull-n:li. Atten tiou whs Hgniu culled to tlit- jjiusitiice of stran gftl'S. The BHtitimtt'S for (lie Railwny Dn|iai'l Tm^ut Pilii svviikintc vxjiei s 'B on ('.KiKtinj; !Uies «b wpII aa inr tlin PoHtiiiaKter-Oniiei-al and th« l).^-mtnieut of Mjim'r, were pHssed. A ciinvtloil lufteting w«s Jtieid in the Hhswuo HhII^ in reftjiwice toJ tlie' yoiitlia condemned to «l«iiith. Lnt|prH of BynifMtliy were read fruiu the Bitjliu)) of Sydney, Kah'l'i Djivis, miJ iin'iiim-oufl cl.lior clurgynien and gentlemen, otnid fin tlmsiiietio cheering. [A ivsolnti'in w s crirriud 1ni}-loi-ing *^the Lii;u tBnnui-Gjvcr -or to --x«iviiKe' liis in-oro^iitive of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

COMPANIES ? Australian Mutual Fin Society. Capital, £100,000, With Power to increase to £1,000,000. Bouubob— 20 per cent, each for 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th yean. ^ Directors— Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P., Chairman ; Manuel F, Josephsou, Esq. ? Wil liam 3. Day, Esq. ; John Wetherill, Esq. t William HeriettTEsq. Manager : WALTER CHUECH. C\NLY MUTUAL FIBE SOCIETY giving ) POLICY HOLDERS PROFITS every year. PoMey holders are perfectly free by law from all liability. Prompt and liberal settlements for fires. Damage by Lightning and Explosions by Gas paid. Fins Insurances at LOWEST KATES. J. O. DODD, Agent for Carcearand District. Agent for Blayney, G. HAWlfE, Jon. Ageut for Cowra, T. RIGAUT. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Established 1809. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. Principal Omen : GEORGE AND WYNYARD STREETS, SYDNEY. BONUS YEAR, 1878-9. SPECIAL NOTICE The Second Quinquennium will close on the 30ih June, 1879, wheu the Profits will be ascertained and divided among the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

iEaport&ai Notice toi VpHK Undersigned is a CASH I i M 1 LICE ASE R of WHE ^T an n.iiy Quantity, at the Highest Market Price. ? John $T. Corry. ^he Cnitunc jCEteoittclc & BLAYNEY ft CO WIU. GAZETTE. ; SATURDAY. MAY 24, 1879. FOKTIIBINJURIT OP NINE, JOSTflB GOOD ok ALL.

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THE LATE CASE OF RAPE SODWALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

THE LATE CASE OF RAPE AT SODWALLS. Most of our readers will have heard of the outrage   committed on a young girl at the above place by two young men named respectively Wilkinson and Met- calfe. The facts of the case are these. The girl in question was a servant in the employment of some person living at the Sodwalls. These two young men   whose ages are 17 and 21— were also fellow servants of the girl and they deliberately planned to way- lay and ravish her. It was part of the girl's duty to go some distance into the bush to fetch cows home, and it was while performing this duty that the crime was committed. They asked a third party to join them but he refused telling them of the fear- fulness of the crime they were about to commit.     The girl, however, is thrown down, and one holds her while the other commits the capital crime, aad that over be held the girl while the second man commits the offences. These are the facts as elic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 May 1879

MAY24TH, 1879. GRAND ATHLETIC SPORTS WILL TAKE PLACE t)N The Cricket Ground, OARCOAR, ON THE ABOVE DAY. Judge i T. Hilliar, Esq Handicapfers : Mjsses. Kenwohthj, West, & T. Fits PATEICK. Btabter: Mb. J. Fitzpatrick. Working Committee: Mesbbs. West, MoFadden, & Boyle. PROGRAMME: 1st EVBNT-MAIDEN PLATE of £1 10a, for All who have never won an udver tilted prise ; 'distance 100 Yards; 2nd )-iizp, UK ZyjE\Ktn— BOYS' RACE of 60-Ynrds, list |«iBH, 15m ; 2nd piim, 5h. For boya iiniler 13. 3m' Event -QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HANDICAP of tliwe events, n» ,*ctiv«)y 100, 150, find 200 Yards ; 1st |iriz-v» Watch --nd Cimin, with £5 milled. Entrance as. with a sweep of fy eiioli lu go 1-- Kec'ind man. 4 i-i ,t fBvEOT-RUNNING HIGH JUiMP : Istrniz', £2 ; 2ml priz-, l«s. 5ri Ta-est-VAULTINO MATCH (n lloys under 13; 1st priz*, 15»J 2.i-i iirigf, 5s. Cxn -EvraT-HAIF-MILE HANDICAP WALKING MATCH; In* i'lize, £1 KM'; 2'nldo, 10a. 7t;: EvENT-Seconil Even? of tlie Queen'* biulnl»y Himdic^i. 150 Ya...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

,5 U«l«i'l)iient of Lands, 1 Hyiiney, 4th April, 1S79. I'DULlO'li ATI'S. ?\fOTJiCS; it uei-ehj1 gi™n ttjnt Ifiililio Out™, as horeniulur dcseriboiVliave been applied for under the .L\ provisions of the Act 30 Virtiiria No. 1Q, ami ail |-erM-nu Inlvrustt'il ore invited to fttate within thirty day» from this date', thtir oliieutiims, it any, to the granting of such np]ilica.ti-mH. * ,-_,r_ -.- ? . ' ? JAMES HOSKINS. ? ;.. GMeKo.j B, S gyp. - -A;nilii:ifnt. 1 ' IVsniiiition. ? ' 614 \. 1 '3 'i,-)24 | A. taiuibuii -Jate (not less than II loot 'wiilc) on thu luml from (iojapie u. LoiKliwonr], at fence near the -south-wesl noriinr of A. (Jaincrnu'K ti0 acres C.I1., portion No. 103, parish of of Milieu, county ol *, tieoigiana* &13 ,, | |ju | Gate' (not lttBB than 11 feet wide), on the road dividing A. | j ' Caniurou's C.l'V. No. 18 of 40 nuros, nml No. i!l of 40£ iicriw, | | near the iiorth-cnnt corner of the latter portiou, parish ol j I HUlas, county of Gcorgiana. OF ilOLLOWAYS ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

LOCAL, AND GENERAL NBWS. i ? m — Poupb CounT.— On Tuesday last, boforo Iho Police Magistrate and Air. Warnar, the only case set down for hearing was one of trespass, Lomax v Mayburry. Tlie trespass was proven and the defendant fined in, tb,e sum of £1, pro fessional and court costs. Similar charges were wade against W. Mayburry and 0. McKen z;e, but weru withdrawn on payment of costs. Mr. Dodd for plaintiff. Pcb-Empi-ivb Lbases.— The fallowing claims to pre-emptive leasfti have been approved, ac cording to a not'Scation in the ' Governmeu Gjzetuj ' of May 23 : — George ElHott, Mount Macquaiie, 24.0 ,acros parish of Neville. Atexandor RoberUon, Corcoar, 300 acres parish of Julong. . Chr;sl;an Wall, Caixsoar, ISO aores, parish of Somers. William H. Wi^ht, Tr^nkoy Creelt, 300 acres, parish of Ckoveland. Henry Carr, Binda, 60Q aoros, parish of Ju long. Do. do. 800 acres parish do. Thomas McQuiness, Caruoar, 300 acres, parish YewrangniTa. Miohoel O'Brien, Onrooar, COO acres, parish of So...

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NATURAL HISTORY OP THE BABY [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

NATURAL HISTORY OP THE BABY ' What animal is this V ' This is a baby. He is now about three yems old, and the wickedest poiut of his earthly cureer.' 'jWlmt countries does tbe baby most in habit '(' ' - ? 'I ' He can be found in every inhabited coun try on tlio globe, the same as, mosquitoes and boils.' 'Can they be tamed f ' Yes'; quite easily.} Atter a little judicious' djcipline they cease to struggle and become subservient to the will of man.' ' Does the- baby eat grass V * Yes, «i anything else. They swallow pocket-knives, tb.im.oles, bottous, spoons or any other object a little smaller than it tea cup. If offered milk they seldom refaBO it.' ' Do they grow during th» «fey, or only & night T .0 1 They are si ways grazing, paying not thy least heed to hour. If not actually .eatinjr they generally give utterance to a peculuff cry. Strong men often jump out of bed -\ midnight, in the coldest weather when hear ing this cry' ' What meaning is attached to this cry V ' Men of ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

MUNICIPAL CODICIL, Tub usual fortnightly meeting of the borough Council was held on Tuesday evening last, when tliere were present his Worship Uio Mayor in the chair, Aldermen Anderson and Clarke. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were rend and adopted. OOItrOUATION SEAL, The Town Ci.bhk intimated that he hail nut yet received the seal. It ouuht to have been hare on the 22nd instant but lie had, that day, again written for it and in nil probability it would bo here during the week. ktubet lamp*. Alderman Aif pEitsaK said that it was very ne cessary that lamps should be erected at the corners of the principal thoroughfares and es pecially on tho bridge. The Mayok thmiulit il would be better if this matter were allowed to stand over for a short time. APPEAL DAY. Alderman Akdeiwon proposed that the dAte for hearing appeals be left tu the Mayor.' Se conded by Alderman Clarke and carried. ALIGNING TUB STREETS. The Mavou proposed— ' That tho Town Clerk be empowered to write to ...

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QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. On Saturday last, pursuant to advertisement, athletic sports were Leld on the Qarcoar C iefcet Qround. The weather waB beauti fully fine, but tbe attendance was very meagre. Thii may be accounted Tor in two ways ; in the first nlaoe the 60th anniver sary gof the birth of her Most Gracious Majesty fell this year on Saturday, and many of tbe business people of tlie town wore unable to, attend ; and secondly, most of the country people were busy ploughing. A Blight hitch had occurred between the Sports Committee and the Guarantors of the Oickot Ground, owing to the aciiou of the latter in keeping possession of the gutes and handing hut half the proceeds over to the former, mid much dissatisfaction wits ex pressed also at the manner in which this was mside known to the Sports Committee, viz., not until a late hour on Friday afternoon. However, this difliculy wax obviated liy tlie Committee accepting the situation, and it whs iletm mined to entry out the programm...

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WHAT THE COURT HOUSE SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

V WHAT THE COURT HOUSE SAYS. Tuk appearance of Caruoar at tliu present inn. inent is anything but attractive, Tho little mount is one mass of snow, while the big mount is mercifully hidden from human eyes iu a dense cloud to prevent the unhappy inhabitants of this inclement clime from dying of fright at the awful appearance of it. iho sports held on the cricket ground in honour of her Majesty's birthday were of a doleful description, very few persons being present owing to tlie bad we.-ulier. Concerts are all tho rage here I wonder a fancy dress ball is not initiated. £ am sure it would Ue well patronised and would be a change from always concerts. I hope tho Corporation go to work soon as the streets are almost impassable. In front of the new post office a good imitation of the river Styx is flowing which would require Fagan's steeplechaser to clear it. I hear that an elderly lady was bogged there one night last week aud had to be sparechaincd out with the loss of one of her golosh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

SALE OF CHUBCH AND SCHOOL LANDS AT BLAYNE5T. Notice ia given in the ''Government Gazette' that the following ) ots of Laud, forming port of the Church and School J state, will be offered for' sale by auction, at the un cimenticmd place at Twelve o'clock noon on the day »j coined, at the upset price . affixed to each lot respecnrcly. (Deposit 28 per cent.) On Wednesday, 4th of June, 1879. TOWN LOT& Lota A. B 0 D B. of section 1, each containing 1 rood SS perches in each, county of Buthurst, parishes of Lindsay and Village of Blayney ; situated be tween Farm, Adelaide, Maria and Hill Streets' Upset price, £80. Lots F G H I J, of section 2, containing lr 38p. It 81p, 8r., 2r. 6p. and 8r respectively, county of Batintnt, parish of Lindsay, situated between Farm, Adelaide, Maria, and Ogilvy Streets, and Railway Beserm. Upset price— Lot F£60 ; G £55 : H £30 ; I £84 s J:£80. Lots K L M N 0 P of section 16, containing 2r 8p. S. lOJp., 2r 8 p., 2r 6p., 2r 6Jp., and 2r 5Jp, county of ...

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EXECUTIONS IN THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

EXECUTIONS IN THE AUSTBALIAN COLONIES. In the ' Town and Country ,'Qaraal ' this week ap peal's an article on the question of capital punish ment, aud the following table is given therein with respect to the decade frcm 1864 to 1871. It will lie seen that three-fourths of those condemned to death received commutations of their sentences : — Tasmania : Sontenced to death, 32 ; hnti^ed C ; reprieved 26. Victoria: Seniei- .-.d to death 96; hanged 38; reprieved 58. Queensland: ficntanced to death 21 ; hanged 18 ; reprieved 3. New South tValcs ; Sentenced to death 141 ; banged -£ ; repricned 106. South Australia: Soi}teue2i to death. 13; banged 4 ; reprieved 9. New Zealand : Sentenced to death 160 ; hanged 22 ; reprieved 128.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SIDNEY Friday, 2.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SIDNEY Friday, 2.?Q p.m. TufiHouBe lant night was mainly engaged on tlie Laud Bill. MesRis. Copeland, Baiv bour, and McElhone moved nunietpua' am endments all ef which were negatived. The Bill w«a re|»rted with amendments the adoption of which was made an order of the day fbr Tuesday next. The steamship Monaro has been totally wrecked on the puBtaye froin Sydnoy to Twofold Buy, ten miles south of Moruya. Crow and pavsen^ers saved. Much excifcBmen^ ejdsls about tho boat race to-inotro^, Butting ulighily favours Victoria. Sheep have improved. Qond wetheis during the week advanced Is -jd, b--t to-day owing to heavy arrivals again fell GJ. GO-lb wethers, 11s -5J. Cattle niaiketi «lso sliows slight impro vement. Alt»ndanpe large, competition keen. Qyotations touch 16s per hundred pounds. Piesley an J Israel hu^i been found guilty of attempting to defmuu. lonpon, May 2G. In Uie House of Coniiuons, Sir Stifford Northcote announced, oujiehalf of the Go veriunont, f...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

©j)«tt; -&p« limn. We w'ih it to be J:s-Mu:t'y naierctau I tlinfc we do not i;t'j-.'. !?.'?' \'y uii'lnrdu tlio .jjiiiu.i i e.\ ivciLed byoori.'v.o.'.iMiMueiiist. V/riiri XiilJNKEY BETCTIV'JU. /\ TO THE EDITOR. Sis, — Since iny lasKJpmnvnnicjttion to tlie ' Chronicle ' I was in hopes that the won derful and unsurpassed abilities of this public officer would have been brought Wore the notice of the Assembly, and that his peculiar Client would have been brought to bear upon the notorious Kelly gang. It is a most la mentable state of things when such talenfr is allowed to be crippled by being confined to catching a horso-sw^ater, looking after the pound keeper and a'niuinlmiaiice roan upon tbe public roads. It is true lie stopped a bonifaco 'torn getting a license to sell stringy at a bush races and a few woie minor acts. Since I recorded in brief a few of his doings in this once lively village, I have hud a trip to the Kelly stronghold. A'ter mixing up with the people of the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

Important JTotice to -. .w?(BlfiK tfwdersigned is a CASH l_ PURCHASER of WHEAT K ;-^gmy Quantify, &t the Highest *? 'r ^jPiSnto.t Price. Joto IT, Oorry. ®ttfiaiCOiU Chnmidc A^H^SM? A COWIIA GAZETTE. ? &8XUBDA?, MA¥ 31. 1S79. ^tMMWMppHtfaakrAr-irfiNC, «« Tint noon oimu..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

? V ] \ 0 0 iff AW/ US, . ; AuBtafcliaa Kiitaal Fire Society ,., , ,:... , . .,CapHa,l, £^0,000, ., .- ? : WithPo,wcri(ibmc):?,a?otoC),OGO,000. iJonyaes— 20,pcrccnt., p.ich- Jior 3ud, 3rd, 4th and t years, fiiltnorlnnil, Tan., M.P., . . wuurnwn-v Manuel F. vtnsephstm, Erc,. ; Wil liam J. Day, Esq. i Jobii''.\Vctborj*J1 Esq. s . . jiVilliam Jiezlett,,Ksi),' ? .. ,; ? ? Manager :\VA I A-ER OHUlir)]**. ONLY MCTOtM.. '? f'UM* VbOCIUTIV giving POLICY HOLl-lSli-- VBOTITSlnvery year. Policy.tioW.ers are perfectly free by law from nil liability. Prompt and liberal settlements fon fires. j)nmapr liy LiuhthiiiK ivnd HxploRinns by ft/is' paid. Vint tnsuraiieewat LOWEST 11ATE&' 1 '? ? . , ,,'i .r,rf). uodd. ;! , ' ' -Agftut for Careonr and District. ' Ajjiiut for ilSUytioy, 1 -'.???? O. HA.WKE, Jus. ' ' ' ??' ' ' ? ? Agent tor Cowra,' . -?? . . ?;-' . ?..; T.-UJGAUT. mutualT lbfe association ?- !. -, vStaUi4hpa 18(59, ?. - ijucorJiorated^A'dt of 't&iliauient.. . BBfNciftfcc. Owi...

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THE CONDEMNED CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 31 May 1879

TSS COKDEltNEO CBIMINAT \ ^^| Those present then foimed themselves into a ^^H meeting to consider the cose of t'.ie p.isoners \Vi'T ^^L Mason and Metcalfe, now lying under sentence of ^^^L. death for the crime of rape at Bathusst. ^^g The Mayor, who occupied the chair, said that ^^H he expected to see a much forger number of thu ;ii ^^K habitants pie%nt to get up a petition for tbese un ^^H_. fortunate youths. He felt cominccd that these ^^^T* Jads did not jmdersfcmd the an Xul portion in which ^V they were in, nor did they comprehend the enormity ^F of the crime they had eonnn'ttjd. (Ilepv, hepr.) K It 'was a ciime that should Vi Eeverely dealt ?with hot in the present cas- tliere were extenuating cir' famuUDces. No violence was used and had it not been for a third parly it was possible nothing would have been said about it. He was glad to tlrnk that there was no sympathy v.;tb the crime for there was nothing that would sooner rouse their bpirils as men than anything which reflecte...

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