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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

P.. GHOLDSMITH, BARER and CONFECTIONE, BENTINCK STREET, , POa .*awD. £1 Reward. Ao L OST in the Tyreudarra Forest, a B.T - FILLY broudsl R near shoulder. 'e above reword will bo paid on delivery of to above at Wm. Cain's, Tyrendarra, or to ae owner, GEORGE RATTRAY, Telegerph Repairer, PoaPdortland, Edptember 28. CONTRACT N'O 2. To mlason/and Carpenters. IrENDERS oa invited for iREPAIRI? S l thel RO STORE PILEMISES, Peroy. atreet, PortlI . The tended are to be delivered at the Fl otice of Tho Mllut, Esq., by two oclak o SAI'UI?tA TTIIE 14Tl INhTANT. , Plan a at ypecilications to be soon at rr o0tcu, t ro4 lail, Portlanld. " ''hb o at or any tender hot noeossarii Ra aco~pted. I .... , r " `DANIEL NICHOLSON, rPortlan,, ;th Oeto~br, 1870. r , Notice of Removal. H F. HOLAMES'S Inookoelling, Station' L'. cry and Fanoy lepository businoss remosfd to theo promtueo ' lately occupiod by Mr. A. t. Rickard, Percy.etreat. October; 1870. VICTORIA HOUSE' TYEIS STEET'I'II'F. PORTLAND.M RS.. RADNALL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

;1t0 .7 ; .- rA t Ji j, t's non, t :ý2mt ': .,,"I P~ f1c,.tj ýTI _,1::J .TU it' NaI. ';d er(w SIaa hr ti pSailting D-,1, + 'N 0 .. Rftte itp!I . aa IJpg;P;IYl'r. E ,TUJRIAY, ULIA PERCY algro, Port r. 2r ei Iandat 7aelhrtm.an gld , t: ýr 1Valtlrttli nhltlnati - o'l .IralSa mi IJ i . ,.,.: I~rry "TU R YAT 'EOJI ROY I: {,: Bslipn, lrl:·'Yrvti CAI' ", r .j vr I lIDAY I·I~ JULIA PERCYIi ' '.eulliorr romn Puri Y.1 1 ..} ,- ·r.,land,at 7 a.m. , ir td p' 'f to tI tea :'ro'tim b0o "k Wgt'peldt Rjtiitr : tctbbC leitad' 'Iriltible' !°r~either Vet2d ie M Wavwambtoi .rIkt. .: pýK13R,'8ý0l'T ten CO'' `, "HEAES:MLBRNE ! s'ýºassa7 1.silbdbi, setIi i ·.I.Llid; 6112 il BA ILING'-:.".... T. iitdreI . 111::t 13 70013ý ." !aflg .. ire t aoir"Zý ie 4E cbS. ,,t I '' Tetti011 .i/ lio f.0 nri . ~ .i,( 0.3 1:' Children h5A W shaflt ,, .btalt t~fLl1 I~RBQUS t th. I)IeladUGiSTppe frogS IM&J CATT .III il ?M-~tared~. °d~Me 1 o , iýý t d !!·c'0I~~: ~ S ~~: t I 'c a nta ·lef sbi::. YY. r"c/ 010 r i ai; ~',...

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WRECK AT PORT MACDONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

WRECK AT PORT MAC : DONNELL. SiThe Border Watch of the 30th nit. re ports:-A painful feeling was ocoaesioned here yesterday morning by the news that another vessel had come ashore at Port 'Macdonnell during the night. Toquiry showed that it was the barque St. Moro that had met this untoward fate. Aheavy sea was running on Thursday. and the bay became'so rough during the day that the 'boats had to knock off work.- .Similer weather, without any wind to 'speak of, 'prevailed during the night, and about mid night the St. Marc parted from the Govern merit moorings. Despite the prompt efforts to work her out to seea asi drifted ashore, She now lies there a total wreck.- The following is the first telegram of tihe die. aster which came to hand :-" Maddonnell Bay, 29th 'September.-St. Marc parted moorings midnight; now total wreck on reef. Crew all saved this morning by life boat. Vesael breaking up; .manta gone." The following., additional partioulars reached Messrs. Must and, Co. here by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

-1 llerk'key Srel 1R(.-(1r llItivm., I fr It a duly I owe to ylou, to xprr." llly trat tt1u( for tte rirrllenrthltl hIVI tnr deriv by tkig ' Nurlto'tq C olItto 1'Ittu.' I upptllrI to jo I agent, Mr. Ilolt, Ilerklty, forI- hn tv,.nnn , I'tn, I l wtitd to Itir he umrt,, Ifron wthit 1Ifr I rx ru llllnl ItnII for n 1,9101 % Iin, hr li"rtlir trirtl tirurty mivy jruemi lirerilhttu, lilt wltluuit ilrrtnlitg it I lt lrit thrrefotrl. Aftir Inking to l:it tle of your vnlitnitlr lilt I w qunt n treotrrit to iloy u~nit I lIit irItltli. thIrutmo Itho thub putttrttlr fur t' brotllt of thain.ho lu ny thu. r ohrjollo&- * mm, Iir. yoirn truly, Ilra'mr At.rumi;--'i lrioprlrtlumn -of Pfiitornm OuAiuutrsau trive 1Aruolr,) IATEFUL-?- OM FORTING. E PS'S CdCOA. BREAKFAST. (6 Y a thorough knowledge of tile natural Jaws which govern the op tion of digcation aid nutrition, and by careful application.Lf the line pro pe o( wll-selec:ted ctcoa, Mr Eppe ias rovided jor breakfast tablen with a dately flav...

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HARROW. 3rd October, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

HARROW. (reox o0va Owl OesanPownur.) S3rd October, 1976. T.e concert held in tihe Shire Hall co Friday evening was very suecessful, the room being crowded to excess. The committee, however, had anticipated this sad caused a large toot to be erected ln front of the building cape le of holdior two hundred people; thin aso was pretty fll. The door ens window sashes in front of the building were taken out in order to enable those in the tent to se end hear as much as possible. The *rt event on the programme was the " Battle March," a pianoforte solo by Miss Edgar which was execoted in good style; soi the next a song by Mr. C. M'Lean-"The Union Jack of Old England." This was followe I by "The Liquid Gem," by Mir M'Keozie, who, in answer to a em?eseo gave" Mill May ;" nd then eames *nel Army and Navy,"a duet by Mesrs P. J. Smitb and C. M'ALe. Mrs. G(. A. Broughton followed with " angA Yet," and, beilng encored, gave the beS verse agano. The Dext wes Uoa1Mo the Cellarer" by Mr. Cughtbla; s...

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THE NOVELIST. SELLING FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

'8E LING? fLOg WERS. (FROM TIE ARGOSY.). -On a certain day in the frst. week in ApHil, 1867, tlhere stood a man l theil wali that bounils ths irths dr of'thd Re t'K Pa'rk+ Id oaithat p.artlearl?l poS, for ,the.cruel .nbth.Eit. '"intd was keens and"ihsrp, cutting its*t l?"itW dbltcate' A??tikts The man looked like a countryman, Inasmuch as he wore what country people call the asmok.ft?;t he w tai. ll, dark-haired ia?labbtt Ibrt 'lflve, powerfully made, but very thin,with a pale and patient fa?ae;?,etingoeolth ground by his side was a high, round hampet-o?a;sth~ ea lled.|,:*ARkips. containing roots of fowers i blossom, primrdees chiefly, a few violets, ad gsm twsepiag paats N*m..... The man was not .a countryman by habit now: he had become acclimatised to London. He had been up by day light that morial4g, tnd. ? his way to 'the woods, mle 'diftant~, ~i earchof theme gowe ek-: tdug up the roots SearelAslynaty enveiop?l them in ýe ' =ooi ys ,4ni Jtround with stripe of long dried grass. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

il Ii Ii Lw~~- n,~ -r .)r -~1 crwu ·1 ·zi' *r1 7-75 3.r;z:.:. . 7o 4~, .i., .1o,+ a 19u. J~a 4 LLIWLr- ,, rji, .IY:7 i~wttt ELLýBA PICKLES. '.:' -- --' L.-1, A9 c d e: as.Qartand PMit bGttlne P Dta Tit 3: '" t.:"'i T .r'..1 ýýtabY FINTJELL:T, e~dofae}' TýABLE-DELICA(J1ES~ "'1r 's - an'Austraiia and, Iawwriasland .Every g-unea arsdecs L"led .o ! Yo yor to ta- BORI 1>c3 rrSQ Pf3E( 'aO $ t W.;-': ` - tC ALEA -e PEI'.klEn' WOIWES TLB $HL:5UC ---··- . · 07 F r-BEALTIH FOR ALL. r hOLLOWAY'S rILT~s AcD :OLNTMB T' TEimPILLS Pae3ý :i. Er.ma4, enevet js£CrtK ci f , th Itr.d, .'..hiaacn, Y-'-esp., , weltwtI reia A is sal ass e.. THE OINTMXET tfor eo ily Anin~ weasdny lee 1Pad try;t re) Womnd4 tires: isi- VleveL. -'j Yr. 5'1h 4herylbe7fý' r~r~,rrý rr ^!I;~~b; OlL Trd .1 AO~rd r7"f S~tfide I £ereet;Lie: o, T wgurBxoraama, Lmano, harmn the e~kasavc sisprly ol this unrivalled C~ows: finwife eouznr..cson with say . other Cocos fo'r P-ricy-fine Aromaa - Sanative Nutritive and Sustaining Pur~er On...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

TABLE TALK. ACCIDENT.-One day this week, Frederick Housen, a lighterman dis- charging the Rob Roy, had the fingers of the right hand crushed in the cog wheels of the jetty crane. Dr. Brewer dressed the hand, but whether he will finally lose one or two of the fingers is not yet certain. LECTURE. -G. D. M'Cartney. L.L.D., from the Grand Lodge of Victoria, will deliver a lecture at St. Stephen's school room, Percy Street, on Thursdar next, at 8 p m.. in connection with the Independent order of Good Templars. The Rev. W. Tranter will take the chair. Admission free. POLICE COURT.-At the Court on Wed- nesday last there was only one case. The Inspector of Nuisances, Sergeant Dempster, charged William Johnston, boarding-house keeper, with allowing   filth to accumulate on his premises. The Inspector proved the existence of the nuiusance, and the Bench, considerlng the offence proved, fined defendant 5s and 5s costs of court. The amount was at once paid, Mr. J. Lee Archer was th...

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DARTMOOR. October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

DARTMOOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) October 3. I promised in my last to give you some account of the homeopathic cure made here under the care of Mr. Varley in the absence of a medical man, and will endevour to do so, but first I would state that our Presby- terian mission is now in thorough working order, and Mr. Varley has plenty to do. He preaches twice every Sabbath, and has five preaching stations in addition to which he has successfully started a weekly meeting at Dartmoor and Drik Drik and intends starting another in the Dairy district. The Dart- moor weekly meeting, which is held in the Church of England building, has taken the form of a Bible class, and is very well attended, the average during the time it has been held being 20. These meetings are exceedingly instructive and interesting. Mr. Varley has also been doing good work with his homeopathic medicine chests, having effected rapid cures, —two cases of erysipelas, two of scarlet fever, and numerous minor complaints...

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THE WAURN PONDS OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 6 October 1876

THE WAURN PONDS OUTRAGE. (FROM OUR GEELONG CORRESPONDENT.)   At the Geelong Police Court yesterday morning, the two prisoners charged with the outrage at Waurn Ponds, Thomas Bartrop and John Todd, were again brought up, the former being charged with committing a rape on Mrs. Hyatt, and the latter with aiding and abetting. Fully 400 persons were in and around the court when the magistrates decided to hear the case with closed doors. The evidence of the prosecutrix went to show that she was dragged out of Lilley's waggon by the prisoners, whom she did   not know by name, but fully identified, and beat about unmercifully. She stated that Bartrop committed the capital   offence whilst Todd held her down by the throat, her mouth being full of blood. She screamed and struggled, but could not get away from the men, until Todd said to Hartrop, "Come away, Tom,   we've done enough." The evidence of the tollgate-keeeper's wife, Mrs. Powell, ...

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PORTLAND POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

PQSr4&1NJ POStltOFFIQE'' '1'M9, MAILS AU1tVKYB ftoM Meelbourne, Geelong,'. 1N1arat,, Araua Ilamillon, Condab, Dranxholip,, Heywood Iyanmyn, (daily, ai f pm., (on. Monday Oaeterion,, Sandford, Coleralae, Merina. Dieby, iotsapur, HIeywod, Tpquday, Thura. day and Saturday at £ p.m. iteifaat, .~Varrsnabool, NArrawoni, PYan., buks. Tyrendarra, St. Unelean, Monday aad -Friday at 5.30 p.m.m Unfncgnwi We eoesda, ai 3 p.at53 MAILtS CLOSLI Foa- , Melbourne, Gerleng. l·aUn , Arara,; lUarltoa, Dranahame,.. Caadab. .Haywood. Mramvn. .d117, dLtndaya eeeptsd. a. 8.15 ( w ntxee,' lDlgb~, iMerlnot Cole. mine, Sandlord, I ~utertun, ~umaday, fThen.I elfsad Saturday, at 7.15 I p.m.. at VadrrnamboolNarral)ptS, yamboL, TyrendanraSt. Izta.Muodayuand Prlday.ý :rdg wabr, Tueaday at 7.45 p.m. 5 , IL S.avMKLT,... ________2esmuaaIr.

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

PORT. PHiRLLIP. BEADS. V ARIVED. 9 t. 9-Gannet, ac.' Western Fort Francis Gertrude, scbh, Western Port. 10-City of fMelburne, str, Sydney. Rosina, seb., Pugent Sound." e .que. unknown. . iNigbtintale, eeb., Newcastle. Wrw etl Castle, bque., Newesstle. Wild Ware, brig, Coast. Brig outside. Qpt. 9-Argyle, st, (. ar Head. Wetworth, str., Sydney. 10'-Ni. "... .

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

11ELBOUR\E CUP. Toa following are the acceptances: st. 1b.1 woohmal 8 13 1'ie 3,e 8 10 Inmpellal 8 10 JI.,b2q lionS ' 8 101 SLII u - 8 SourLlo Cross 8 j Sterlioe 8 1t.pid lJa 8 31 Mlelbourne . 8.2 Cdllto. -8 0 Seani flfg' 7 131 SpeeC ttiou 1 1j AT. 7'121 1)ilke 7101 M1,untain'ee 7 9, lleriultn ' 1 Fatnulatkrnt 7 81 Inpuleace 7 7 Valentin 7 Light o!Day ' 0' Feu l'Artiliee 7 S Jalnior 7 4, NcwmhlLter 7 4 lurgundy 7 4 Canterbury 7 4 The paintcr 7 2 'rimothy 7 (3 Brenko' Day 6 17 Spark 6 12 Loquacity 6 12' Supertliion 6 12 Ventsl ti Nauglgty Boy 6 1i nlyx 6 10 Chrywllte colt ' 10 Macgregor 6 10 Nuny)kklrt 6 8 Coontn lIgh 6 8 -t. Ib, 3 Torclhllgt 6 8 SlBellA 6 8 Vain Hope 6 8 Fishlerma:n 6 8 R2ingwood 6 8 Irish Stew 6 8 Strop 6 7 3 Mtcor 6 1 I .i,:vllight 6 7' Kismet 6 6 lanker 6' 6 SMendaclous 6 6 Nemesis 6 4 Terlirngl 6 4 SThe Deer 6 4 1GImomm : 6 4 IPride of IIslls 6 4 I ?rlneig 6 4 Ur. Kingston 6 3 ' Ginger 6 2 , Sibyl G6 Lord Lytton 6 0 SVolo 6 0 4"Aldinga 6 O 4ý Florin 6 ( 21E3 Mor...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

1 ) iISCELLA,'EOUS. -wo Chinamen have been stuck up by na ives at Port Darwin one was speared in th oe'e, and-is not exrpecteod to lire. It t confidentl¢ stated that Mr. Chatnrle ten, J.P., hoodato?;, the popular preri de of the Bendiio -Agricultural ,hcrietv, Sstand as a candidate at the next election of 6 member of the.Assembly for .Mandu ra,.. Mr. Yeo waa a-antidate on aformer ociqsion, and although defeated, he received a tficiently large amount of support to jutify his coming forward again. a man named Rodger Thompson, aged forbr-seven years, reniding in Cardigan-street, Caeton, was working at M'Pherson's foundry on Monday, when a piece of ma chhiery fell upon him, severely Injuring one of his legs. He-was removed to the Mel borne HIospital, where he is now progress Ing favorably. - - At the Victorian Itailnway shed on Monday morning, a man named Laurence Quin, thirty years of ngr, residing in Erskinc-street, Ilothnm, was "larking" with another man in the timber yard, and teing...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. PARTY WARFARE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

WIZT WrICHf s I~ .'ov ATED THE ' POas.Tasw zxpaset" To Protect our night--iNot to Infringe Upon toret of Others. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. PARTY WARFARE. BUaxa, or some great political autho. rity has said that "Party is the " madness of many for the gain of a few," and all experience of partyism in this colonyas in otherand older countries goes to confirm the validity of the aphorism. Let any person take a candid view of party warfare as now practised amongst Melbourne and country journals, that is, those country journals which follow in the track of the great Melbourne thunderers, ani then say candidly whether partyism does not distor the history of current events in such way as to make cor. rect judgment at a distance next to impossible. 'o latest instance of this partizan zeal if caricaturing or dis torting curren events to serveo party purposes may found in the Argus and Age ace nt of a banquet at Rushwortl on Friday last, the 6th inst., to memb s of the late Ministry, Messrs. BERa ...

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WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. OUR contemporary, the Varnam bool Slcndard, has taken up the oudgels on behalf of the employes of the neighbouring town with a view to aiding them in an effort to sdoure a few hours' adlitional allowance for healthy reoreation during the week. We are glad to follow suit in a like direction for Portland, and revive a disonesion that year by year has of late been carried on though without nay other result than that of exeiting hopee, the destruotion of which was severely felt by many. Some years ago a weekly half.holiday was the role in the town, and we never heard that employers lost anything by it; while it is only reasonable to auppose that.the employes benefited to an extent likely to norease their alacority, and ensure a more active regard for their masters' interests. A half-holiday on a Satur day would be a manifest inconvenienoe to both town and coontry people, but one on Wednesday or Thursday would not;and we cannot believe the least inconvenlene would be...

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PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

PRESENTATION TO CAPTAIN WALKEIR (Fr6m: thoeSydneJ Morning Herald, October 3.) A large number of. gentlemen con n'ectedswith mercantile and marine intereats In this city assembled on 'Chanlgo yesterday"Aifternioon to witness a presentation to Captain W~alker, of the barque Albert Williamn . OCptain Iix-. son, IR:N.. addreasir'Craptfirln 'Walker, aid :-" I habe been requested by a number of my fellow.citizenas to present you -with a purse of suvereigua in ackrtnwledgeoaent of tlhe brave and noble part which you played in the late sad nccident which visited our shores. You know that I refer to thie Ilcss ofthe Dan. detlong. Idbn?t thlnk'fhat I have been called to do this in my ollicial capacity as president of tIle Marine Board, because I, in cornmau with those around me, know nothing muor of tho matter than what we have seetn ilt the newspapers. -We know you have been subjected to some hostile criticism, though probably those who have criticised you would have taken a different view o...

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SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAND. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

SHIPPING. PORT OF PORTLAN . - OF pt.6 aEpart. Pel., Melbourne. Octnobher y=- Rob'' Roy. -ateamer. : As93 tuna. Ciitain. A rbton, from Melboirne. oia Varroiambool and "Belfat. '- Paorin- Mr, S m pfrR, Mfss Hfrberteon, Messrs. C. V. . Robinson, NrTllsn, Blnstock, Hill, Norris, J; c MGr p?r, McKean, J. Mitchell, Yorke, J. t(hel Master Leon, and 11 In the steerage; Croaker, Scott and Co., agents. aAulrD. Oct.,10-Rob Roy, str., Mlfelbourne. * IroRT. Per Rob Roy; steamer, from Meltiourne 13 pkca IV. P. Anderson, 1.do ..!homas Adam?in, 2 do' J. D. Broughton and Son, 2 do'B nnam, 88 do Croaker, Scott and Co., 460 do Cunmmlins 9 do Campbell and e.. Sop.AdAi . Cran te; t.: do o Canphhin a do ( 'PCoo--e, I do Gunrdian.2 do Caridthien, I n do Canen'Sf do tDrunimondo;il do A,.:. Ei dn,'I do' R. Prencfi,.l do Finni¢n, I do Grant, 8 do _Hageastton{.1 • do. H Hayward --- dmit. h romebrtfon, s. 1. Henty. I do T.; Jeffries,4l:dd..iii tt-Brtc.., 4 do Kohn and Samphell, 4 do Kean, 3 do Lllie, 2 do Lore...

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PORT OF BELFAST. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

rPOBT.1O PO BELFAST:' 10--Rob Roy. str, Portla2d. s*aILD.

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FORT OF WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 10 October 1876

r PORT OF WARRN AMBQOL. c9uNi?. - PtPi PoL E)..Lourla, ih. or Pine.~

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