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DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

DELEGATE. The anniversary of tho Star of Delegate Lodge was hold on Box ing Day, and took the form of a fancy dress procession, picnic and ball. The procession, which was headed by tho Bombala. brass band of l'l players, was the first of its kind hold in Delegate, and was a groat success, their being a number of fane}' and advertisement dresses. ?Visitors were present from Bom bala, Bega and Cooma, and' all thoroughly enjoyed the day's sport. The programme was a liberal one, and the management is to be com plimented on the brisk way in which the events were' ran off. The tug-of-war between teams from Oraigie and Delegate provided all the exciting elements of a country football match. The Craigio team ivon after a long pull. Tho tension ;vas too much for the nerves of some of the onlookers and parti sans, and a free fight was soon in progress. Men - fought, women wept, and umbrellas were freely -.lsed ' in the- scrimmage. In the evening good will to men and wo men prevailed onco more...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pambula Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

Pambula Annual Races, Tun Pamhuln annual races were rhielly remarkable for the fii.st till) o.s recorded. The previous re cord (2.12) for the Cup (l^miles), placed by tlio Future, wns cut uuivii by riUllinii by ono-lmii or a second. Lady Thespian won the Opening Handicap in 1.10 4-5 and nibbed out Curnv Lynn's record of 1.17 -1-5. In the Town Plate sho reduced the previous record of 1.51)4 (put up by Ratafia, Huret Kose and Actor 11.) to 1.50 1-5. Eight of the ten acceptors for the Cup went to tho' barrier. Tin Town Plato only induced three starters, and after a fine race be tween Uullian and Lady Thespian, the latter won by a neck. Fifty yards from home the race appeared to be all over, Rullinn leading by a long neck, but a momentarily re liwcalion of MacFarlaue's efforts allowed tho roan to (lag and before he could be got going again Lady Thespian had snatched the race from him. Following are the' results of tho two day's racing: — Fihst Day. Opening Handicap, of 20 sovs., 0 furlo...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

ADVERTISING. SIXGLK COLUMN— l'ivst Inch ISh, every sneo'cding Inch Is. (id. DOTJni'.K COLUMX— First Innli, Ch, every tiiiuireudin^ Inch 2s. (ill. jSSS-Sl'ECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR - STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS. Adjjiiess : OH U KCH - ST. , B E O A. I' ? = ? '—^ ? I.'. THE NEWSPAPER ~\ —of — - i . ; THE SOUTH. '?'': M.VK I.K.VDIXC; AUTIfMv!, ' '-' TOVK'AI. PAH.Will.U.'ilf-, JXTKii-msTisicr n i:\vs. . Attractively Wriitea a.-iJ Printed. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

sir for theIraces'' ARE SHOWING IT-TO-DfTE GOODS ^T FOR LADIES' 'AND SUITS' WEAR. FOE LADIES— . ,ff : : stylish milliner^ %' pi: etty pa rachutes^. novelties in necjkwear. UP-TO-DATE BELTS|^t; LATEST SHAPE SHO^ES.'i; FOR GENTS— ?$£ \ \: COOL SUMMER HATS, COMFORTABLE SHIRTS for HOT DAYS LATEST in COLLAltS'ahd TIES,' TAILOR-MADE SUITS that FIT, '?? ? SUMMER SUITS for the.HEAT, - THE NEWEST in Black or Tan BOOTS. ABB at out1 Famous' Low Prices. The Cheapest Store|in Town ! W. BOAlHin^N, ALL CLASSES :o:^M|^^||e. . s^^^MtesBiRTd;' ? ??:: ? ' ' LINOLEUMS, STOVES, SUITES AND CHAIRS. CAN FURNISH A HOUSE THROUGHOUT, Wm~ FEDERAL ARCADE. Solo Agents for James Ward's PRIZE STOVES. HE WILL GIVE YOU A FIT I A BOOTMAKER. William dr'gan Una opened a SHOP IN GIPPS STREET vOi-posite Bryilon's Store). BOOTS mid Slioca niiulo to measure. Only the bust mnturiul used, llmul Stiti-hinj;. Hepnirs ncntlyand quickly .executed, mul mcxlunitc pi-icos clmriicil. ? CilVK ITlM A TlllAt.. ? The Leading Boarding- H...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

SPORTING. T ? The Now Zealand footballers on Saturday defeated Newport by 6 points to 3. The racing at Pambula this week was excellent all round, a couple of records being broken. The JNow ftealanclers nave only three matches to play, including tho games against Franco and Great Britain. . At Pelega,to;on_ Boxing Poy^ E: JiryaritvivoD.tho'SheflJeld'Hit&dioii^ 'and A. Bartley' the mile bicycle race. 'The racehorse Medallist will be offered at auction by Mr. Pell at the Central saleyards on Monday next. No reserve. The Tanja Sports Club met on Wednesday night to draft a pro gramme for the January meeting. At tho conclusion of thti Tathra Sports programme on Boxing Day, a sweepstake was run off and won by A. Crummer, Hammond second. The Cup weights printed this week include the following penal ties: Ruffian 141bs, Cyrano lib., Racket 71bs. Up to tho present the New Zealanders have played 30 matches and wore once ' defeated. The total points scored were 816 as against 28. Racing...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bega Gaslight Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

Bega Gaslight Handicap. The following tire the nominations and starts for Mcsikcr and Clark's Gaslight Handicap, to bo run .at the Central Running' Grounds, Carp-strcct, on race night, 1st January. All Bega runners except where othertviso stated. Scratch.— Rodd the Mercer, Sharp the Hairdresser, J. Brew, .1. Coffey, H. 11. Bcrtraml, Dead Bird, P. Sharp, II. Pearce, C. Wynne, II. Alexander. 8 yards.— -T. Hayes (Eden), A. 0. Manns (Candclo). S'/ yards. — S. Petrie (Wohimla) Go Soon (Candclo). 8# yards.— S Kilkelly (Moruj'a) Tl. R. Johnson (Cooma), A. Carter, (a), (Wallaga), W. Rogers (Bom bala). 8 V\ yards. — T. Simpson (Can delo), J. Bollaway (a), (Wallaga.) 9 yards. — J. Britten. 9^ yards.-1— J. Hammond (Rocky Han).' 9ji[ yards. — A. V. Mudie (Bem boku), H. Davidson (Moruya), A. Crummer (Wolumla). 10 yards. — W. Woods (New castle), C. Green (a), (Wallaga), . H. Elliott. 10^ yards.— W. Gilmorc (New castle), F. Tapper (Caudolo), F. Knight (Moruya). \0'/t yards. — R. Phceney (Wo lumla)...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

MISCELLANEOUS r; The last remaining member pf tho little band of 12 who founded the Y.M.C.A.. in London, overisSO years ago, is Mr. William Cresse, of Teddington, England, who ;-is. still in stood health at Hhe. ajrc--6f 85. Mr. Cresse was the associa tion's first treasurer, and was; 'a life-long friend of Sir George Williams. ?',?,'? A Townsvillo lawyer recalls j'n pleasing little incident in connec tion witli the late liishop Stanton's first visit to him in Cooktown in 1879. The lawyer was working in his shirt sleeves when tho Bishop walked in. Noticing his eniCmrT rassment, Dr. Stanton at once removed his own coat and set his host at ease. It was a -small; action, the lawyer lias often sJTice remarked, but it was typical' : of, those simple qualities of heart so attractive to North Queensland. Flannel petticoats are quite out of place in a modern trousseau?. Now that tho matter has under gone public investigation the fact is revealed that every selfrespect ing woman replaces them...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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Inter-District Summary [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

Inter-District Summary There is a great demand at Eden 1'f this season for furnished cottages yj or rooms, but few are available. '-,'; A fanner at Sp'orUmmnV Creek, / near Grafton, cleared £370 this i. season iroin nine acres ol potatoes. At Ulvcrstonc (Launcoslon) a ''; boat wi Hi two men, two women, and a child in arms was capsized. Tho infant was drowned. '?? Mrs. K. Jamieson, son., of Bern- . ?' bokn is in a very weak state of '?; health, suffering from the effects of ;; influenza. About seven tons of peas were ; sent from Bowral on Thursday to meet the Christmas trade in Syd- '£ ney. .-: About seven tons of peas were \ dispatched from Bowral one day ^j last week to ?meet the Christinas ' i trade. High temperatures were recor ded inland on Tuesday: Narrnln-i ?; US, Wyalong 10S, Araluen 105, Moreo 114, Gunnodah 112. Other places also topped the century. So rapid has been the 'growth of Lismore during the last ?decade that it is anticipated in another ten years the main street wi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FODDER FOR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

FODDER FOR COWS. Mr. It. Wright, a Victorian far mer and dairyman, speaking re cently on the subject of the relative values of certain root crops as food for dairy cows, expressed himself irt 41*A nUn_l 41. _1 T-_1 ? ! ? J. iu uiu uncut mail x-uigian carrois are superior to sugar beet or pota toes for producing not only anin creased flow, but also for adding to the butter-fat, and he says this, notwithstanding the arguments that have taken place on this ques tion, and the contention of many scientific and practical men that while it was impossible to increase the volume of milk the percentage of butter-fat is ' not altered. He lately conducted experiments in feeding on sugar-beet, potatoes, and white or Belgian carrots, mak ing each of these the principal food' for a given time to a section of his herd that was set apart for investi gation purposes. He found that whereas sugar-beet or potatoes were almost equal in value and about 10 per cent, better still, hotliiiii re spect to volu...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boxing Day at Tathra. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

Boxing Day at Tathra. Notwithstanding the bin counter attraction offered to holiday-makers by the Pambula Jockey Club on Boxing Day, the attendance at Bega's popular summer1 resort did not seem to have been nnnroninblv reduced. Indeed, regular visitors to Tathra at this time of the year estimated the attendance as a re cord. From 4 o'clock in the morn ing travellers, in order to escape the dust of the late-comers, were on the. road ;, and at 8 the traffic was tremendous, buggies, bikes, coaches, waggonettes, and horsemen all cast ward bound for the cooling breath of the Pacific', and the still cooler lotion, Rixon'? 'Tathra blend.' Up till noon visitors continued to arrive and oiitspan. Along the beaches and headlands wreaths of smoke from merry picnic parties curled upwards through the ti-trec and shrubberies, while away in the distance the surf bathers disported themselves, and were roinvigorated after tho 'Merry Christmas' fes tivals and a hot drive to the coast. Others again, wi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

AFTER CHRISTMAS. w ~ Ciiiiistmas has ]-nsscd, the drunks have been treated leniently, all.tho spare cash has been spent, and the stock of 'goodwill'— appa- rently inexhaustible on Xmas Eve —has run out. And throughout the period of good cheer 'trade' was king all the time, and boodle hunting predominated everywhere. In the course of interviews with leading business people, when the dominant question, was how does this Xinns compare with previous years the following replies were given to a ? Sydney newspaper':— ' Never knew such a Christmas ; it's the best we ever had,' said a high ollicial in one of the leading houses. 'The country trade has been splendid,' said another business 111,111 in a lanrn'wav : :'I am nor fectly satisfied with it all round.' 'Very much better in every way than last Christinas; we have been bery busy all the week, ?'doing a steady, solid trade,' was a third tradesman s answer, ana lie aciucu, 'The country buyers have been more numerous and better supplied wi...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bega District Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACKS. 1ST AND 2ND JANUARY, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

Bega District Jockey Club. ' AXXUAL HACKS. ?1st and 2.s-i- JANUARY, 1000. KniiiiOU'iNa is alist of the acceptances (or Jji'gii Cup ami Town I'lute and the weights for the other events: — Ijucsa Cup of 110 8ovo,:l& mile. st lb ?I. McI.cllan'H ch m Bonnie Blink liyra, 0 7 A. J. fitewnrt'a br h Go Soon, 4 yrs, !) 7 1). Untismuio's rn h Itiifliun, Oyrs, !) 8 ,T. .Coffuy'H br li Previous, -lyrs, 8 !- A. G. DeLauret's ch n.Cvraiio, n 8 '- \V. Ilibbnid's br g Allaiiti-aii.n, 8 2 P. II. Soiillicrn'w -:h 'g Conn .Lynn; (iyra, 7 12 A. Davis' ch li Youmliorra, (iyra, 7 12 A. llukiiis' 1) in lJni-.ki.-t, .'iyra, ' 0 11. Umlerliill'a i-h p .liii«urn, n, « 10 J.Coffuy'aL-lig Mi-ilallial, Uyrs, (i 7 Town 1'i-at'k of TSao'va, 1 mile, 110yds. st lb ,T. Jlcr.etiiian'scli in IVmniu Blink, liyis, !) 8 A. J. Stewart's brhlici Sunn, ??»-?'?« '?- S I). IJuiiKiiuiru'a rn li Ivull'mn, liyra,' K 4 .1. Cuffc-y's br h I'lt-vioua, 4yrs, 8 4 ? V. V-. I'UllillHi:!1 n V^ll ^ \JJ 1 .11,,.', «l, .' ' W. IIib...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[BY CABLE.] LONDON, Thursday. MOSCOW IN A SAD PLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

[ByCabi.e.J Lo.vdo.v, Thursday. MOSCOW IN A SAD PLIGHT. Tho city of Moscow has the ap pearance of a besoiged city. Pa triots search all pedestrians in the streets, and instantly shoot down any who resist. The city is without lights, and after 0 o'clock the cannonading continues till after midnight. The pillaging cE shops is increasing, and ono band of rebels holds the Mos cow station, and is trying to re capture the Nicollai terminus. A second band of 1,000, tho roughly armed, hold numerous barricades in tho streets and make attacks at every opportunity. - The Lhird and most numerous band is operating in tho vicinity of Brest station. The women at the barri cades display conspicuous bravery. It is feared, in somo quarters that tho city is in flames. Tho fighting continues with great losjs on both sides. Grave disorders arc reported from the Kaharkoff district. The troops have surrounded a factory whero iiftcen revolutionaries arc conferring. After fifty-six rebels had been killed an...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARELESS USE OF FIRE. THE PENALTIES OF THE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

CARELESS USE- OF FIRE, THE PENALTIES OF THE LAW; 7-\. ' ' ? In ? connection with tho careless use of fire' during the summer mouths, concerning which there have been: 'several complaints lately, it is interesting to note, tho provisions of the law upon the sub ject. The statute in question is the Careless Use of Fire Act, No. 25 of 1901. Section 2 provides:— 'Who- soever ignites or uses or carries when ignited an inflammable material within 20 yards of any growing crops or stacks of corn, pulse, or hay, or within 3 yards of any stubble field or grass land, whereby the property of any per son is injured or destroyed, shall, for every such offence, he liable to a penalty not exceeding ;£50, or to be imprisoned with or without hard labour for any period not exceed ing three months.' Section 3 provides :— 'Whoso- ever leaves any fire' which he has lighted or used in the open-air be fore the same is thoroughly extin guished shall, for every such of fence, be liable to a penalty not excee...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M.A.N. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

M.A.N. ????? To his most intimate personal chums he is Monty. To his friends he is Alf . To the vast barracking brigade that yells -with delight or derision, as the fancy takes them, he is Mary Ann, the toughest prob lem in Australian cricket when his back is to the wall. The youngestof an athletic family of brothers, Fonty used to get a good deal of fun out of cycling; favors beach cricket and bathing on the sands of Maroubra. He is mu sical — sings well. 'Is a cricketing star, permanent, yet bright as me teor. Like the celebrated Victor' Trumper, his ability as player was first fostered at Crown-street Su perior Public School. He became a member of the Double Bay Club, upon whose concrete wicket he was a Leviathan, for runs came from his bat with pea-shelling ease. ?Monty first played senior cricket with the famous old Carlton Club a few years before Local cricket was introduced. Though to-day an elo quent advocate of the existing sys tem, Monty was not one of its pioneers, as tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As You Like It. "I must have liberty Withal, as large a charter as the wind, To blow on whom I please."—As You Like It." (Act II., se.7). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

As You Like It. '1 must have UliLTly Wltlinl, as large a clinrccr us the ii-lnil, To blow on whom I plraso.' - -' As You i.lkc u.' (Act II.. sc. 7). During Christmas time one -now and again gets a sample of that sublime charity which the season is supposed lo'ineulcate. And in the constant turmoil of business these bright examples of himiaiu tarianism conic as a relief from the sordid -8011181111088 of the period. The Budget is aware that there are many instances of private charity which are known only to the par ticipators in tho bounty and the donors. And there is 'no .charity like the quiet and unostentatious variety. At the samu lime tliere are some noble actions 'which can not 'be done in any but a .public way. Such a one was Mr. llarry ?Rickards' great dinner given to 1000 guests at the Sydney Town Hall on Christmas Day. There nwn 1H fnlilnc (until 1 '2(5 ft. in length. The provisions included SOOllw. boef, three lambs, 40 bus hels of beans, 44Slks. potatoes, 200 quarts jelly,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"W.H.B." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

llW,H.B.' W.H.B.' in. yesterday's issue of the 'Slanclar.l' is annoyed because the Budget said people were emi grating from frcetrade England to protectionist America and Canada, and then proceeds to try and bol ster up his end of the fiscal log by comparing Victoria and Vb.W . Poor old 'W.II.T5.' evidently hasn't got out of the rut of JO years ajrn and doesn't know that we have now frcetrade and one tariff for the Commonwealth or bo would not write like this : A protectionist system has not pre vented N.S.W. from' leaving the trans Murrny colony behind in population and niuiuriitl progress'; yet. it is not quite honest to say that Protection alone has driven so many ' Victorian' farmers to seek betterment on this side of the river. And comparing N.S.W. with Victoria is very much like saying that Kameruka carries more stock than a forty-aero selection. The area of N.S.W. is 1 !)S,S-lS,000 acres, Victoria 06,2-15,760, and yet tho population of the southern State is (Coghlan 1903-1) 1...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
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THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

k THEY SAY: That the good old Christmas card convoying appropriate greet ings in prose. and verso was this year superseded by the. pictoral postcard. That the seamy side of city life is only properly exposed at Christ mas time when the lists arc issued of the number of people fed by the cliari table. organisations; and That from time to time .figures are published'. 'disclosing thd num ber of unemployed in Sydney, which, though probably true, gives' no idea of the want and poverty existing — the union unemployed ''worker' never readies the starva tion stage if a deputation can by any means obtain Government re lief. That Meakor and Clark's gaslight handicap to be run off on Mondiiy should prove to be one of the big gest things of the kind ever held in Bega; and . That there should be a great ar ray of bookmakers and punturs should be. offered the best available odds. ? That at the seaside the other day a girl was overheard complaining to her boy about the irregular plac ing of the l...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. rivnNKY Friday. Eggs, sioulh S;--d to i)d, butter choice lid, prime \)y£d to lOJ^d ptibtry 9d to rtj^d. bacon (3d to 7-4d hams Sj/Jtl to ll.#, choose -Jd to iiyi-\, hons 2s to 2s S)d, young roosters 4s to 5s. J- ATAIj SU UIs.1 AUUlLMiiS 1. At Sofala, while driving in a sulky with her daughter the horse bolted and Mrs. Colma/i was thrown out and killed. Her daughter, aged 13 years, was seriously in jured. LABOR CONFERENCE. A circular letter has boon issued to all the Labour Councils suggest ing that a conference be held in Melbourne to discuss tho trades union label. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. In the International cricket match Victoria v. N.S.W. the for mer made 1S5 in the second in nings, N.S.W. thus winning by an innings and 253 runs. RAILWAY EARNINGS A RE Tho railway earnings last week were £98,000, which is a record, while for the half-year tho increase is over ,£200,000. . The grain traf fic promises to bo very heavy. THE IMMIGRATION RESTRIC TION ACT ONCE MORE. An...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Polly's Story. A SERIAL STORY. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 30 December 1905

Polly's Stopy. A SERIAL STORY. PART I. ' ' 'Certainly,' said Miss Priscilln; 'I quite think us you do about it, Mr. Darroll. Comp, Polly.' 'And may I come 0116 day soon to pay my respects to Lady Doro thea and yourself? Would you see me to-morrow?' 'We shall be pleased to see you, sir,' said Priscilla, after a few, seconds' hesitation. 'I wish you a good morning, 'sir.' He bowed very low and she made her little curtsy, as befitted a gentlewoman, with her head held quite straight; and I made mine, as I'd been taught to consider re spectful, with my head bent and my eyes cast on the ground, and then we walked away through the shrubbery to the left of us; as wo wont, we heard Wild Darrell and Devilskin go back the way /they came — and I must confess I felt very much disappointed. 'Miss Priscilla! Miss Priscilla! He's not going over!' I whis pered. 'Yes, he is,' she said, turning round and stopping. 'I think he has gone back, for the run. It's too high and the road too hard for a standi...

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