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MORETON MILL DIRECTORS INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

MORETON .MILL. | DIRKCrORS INSPECTION. On} Monliaji last Messrs, B. Koi-lh (clialjinani f}. Li Hury, and V. M. Murtjaii. iif!«i^mpa;iled by MemN. C. i.rciljift.'xl jifyinagei-). and Mr. O. V. Scritt5(wi|e.tiiry), niadii a tour of In specljm to'pjtrlt! Creek, and later on t» Cr{.liirn. The Urst stop wan mnfff at Mij. John I'crri-o'rf, where tramwiy work' Is t'rf'ceeilJnK. Tho rather d.inpcloiis ijurvo at- thin point ha« been elirnlrjited by imaklnK a cutting a little, ilistarl-e (iwhyjfrom the old line. Wlin tli* sjrno ohjit.:'. tin: line at Bycrofl'i Hill, .^mi con.4iiler-itJua Is particularly (tivcm |o formtng an easy grnilo. TW» hill bi|th on ontwartl and Inward Jour neys |i.is lj-!i!-i hn impediment, more especially la th-: cnitlilng season. Th» ijf'Od *ork wirlch tjv; Mill ha» umler t.tk:n';H a factor vihieh will make for more ipld trohslf ^ the future. The rail* | 'te't hoyx rhlse works are belntf utli!s« I fur ihn othfj- extensions on thn river, »ml In 'th»;irj place more .iul...

Publication Title: Nambour Chronicle And North Coast Advertiser
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REVIEW OF PROGRESS. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

REVIEW OF PROGRESS. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEET1NQ. The annual meeting of the Nambour Chamber of Commerce took place in Messrs. Thornton and Murtagii'n rooms onTuesday evening1 last. Mr. W. Whalley (president) occupied the rhair. and the followicg yentlemen were present: Messrs. A. W. Thynne (nctlng- secretary). T. Ghcctham (treasurer), W. Lanham, E. 0. Perkins. A. II. Bushncll. H. E. Lowe. V. Clark. H. W. -f. Steele. E. B. Fox, G. H. Thron ton. li. Whltecross, P. . Kearns, V. Nash, A. J. Williams, E. Wells, A. A. and C. McKadden. F. M. Murtagli, and Ht-v. Father Wright. Apologies were received from Messrs. W. j. Cronin, I.. Cusaek (per Rev. Father Wright), S. J. Hobson. and F. Bendlxen. Tlie minutes of the previous ordin ary meeting were read and confirmed on motion by Messrs. H. E. Lowe and A. H. Bushncll. Business Out of Minutes. Paynter's Ck. Bridge Road: Mr. V. Clark reported on the work. A length of road. 16 ft. wide, and } of a mile in length, had been cieared of roots an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Coolant Pioneer St- are -p. MORRISON! wishes it knowji that * he ha* opened pernMnentiy li »U1 lines of ^torcRepplntr. Dealln* for C\SH ONXY he wUl continue supi tyliW !h.» Best PoswiWn Goods at tho L w*»t I'osxibio Pricea. J SUNSHINE CAFfej IN NEW BUILDINGS. Opposite Port omo», WA»BO« I*. LIGHT LUNCHEONS I a Spe«taUtr- ? Morning * AfUmoon Tmu. i SODA POUSTAIN DRINKS. ? I EMON 3QUASH. ? MILK SH. SS9. and DELICIOUS ICSS. Hoi Pies, Fruit and Lollies. ; Din. U. MK88I0N, f»roprl«Ur The New Cash Store COTTON TREE. MAROOCHYDORL The Premises ;iro now open tot business, ami all requirement* It ilujS ia« ' i QROCGai«3, FRUIT * W8QSTA! L^S, ICED FOUNTAIN DRINKS \ I Also. WIMMBRS DRINKS \ . FI3HINO TACXLS, Ac. ; aro stocKod. :iml will bo sold iC NAMuorn t-mci?.s for c.\sii i n%y. TENTS EHECTKD. i And all CAIvriNU OF WOOD, fclfc ?JAriB. GOODS AND FUHNITfUl ? .feo. to any p;.rt of Manioc tiydoro «?? t Uoas««nat)K- Pricus. . i TENT POLKS SUPPLIED. ? | M. P. EVANS, j LIME In loosening acd *wootonl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

:B^g-Proit Cows; ? ij HERD of bi(«- profit cows S S Ai mean* pa^ng a four-figure Jj ?* #? pride, or thjp slow method of g| B wafinK white y- u build a herd. ? g It'.* far easier ti get a big profit ? Syieilini} Separut- r. Oneisneces- 3 sari with u hiH: -class herd, but B JJ the* Ie3scr-[-rot]t herds need one 9 ? toe? otherwise i he poorer-profit ? g becomes poorer .? ill 1 . ? ^ Mcpla-jin^ his i Id type machine 5 U iVi-|i a new 'jnc, J Ir. F. J. Somner, a ? Tiajo, saya.^'Scf irator very satis- ? 5 factory indcVd. ! t is a real good 5 5 omV' : S g 'fhe 'BAlTio'/i3 the Big-Value H 2 Semrato^ ; ; it fields unrivalled B O promts. ; : b ? a ''jaltic putt scst ruornm m S I BALfTIG i 5 S|pai*at(A* Co. Ltd. 5 ,S ICRomiaSf . Brisbane 5 : BinaatfaBSieBiiiiaHaiSBiBiMe?' i I J. | Blfielow! Nambour. I PE|TEFisEK'S Fit V IT m 'ffr^ t^~^ u*'^ t~*\ M«fke ^Jontly for You. Prtthra'i fii.;-)u- Kuraby Hurt»rr I* «ot«* for lit vfil,.r;Jfl eicau. luaUby. tseltnailwJ t'««. JS'^h that you son deptjitl iim...

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CRICKET. North Coast v. Gympie. WIN FOR GYMPIE BY 32 RUNS ON THE FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

CRICKET. North Coast 7. Gympie. WIN FOR OYISPIE BY 32 RUNS ON THE FIRST INNINGS. A team of cricketers from the North Coast Cricket Association Journeyed to Gympie on Saturday last where they met a rep. team from the various clubs of the goMlleld. The play opened on Saturday afternoon at Queen's Part, and was resumed on the following day. DuriDg the stay In Gympie the visitors were hospitably entertained, and the president of the Gympie Association (Sir. Walsh) as well as other officials and members of the team, succeeded in providing an enjoyable lime for the trippers. Rain fell shortly after arri val, delaying the starting of play. THE PLAY. GympiP winning the toss.il. BJmb llng and R. Goldworthy opened, Milliner and Nash trundling with a greasy ball. In the second over Nash beat Bambling with the score at 22. Quick cbanges were made in the bowling. The bats men played cautiously, and tne rate cf scoring was very slow, the sixth wick et having fallen for 50 runs. The seventh wicket...

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NAMBOUR TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

NAMBOUR TOWN BAMD. \ eommitlee meetins of tl;e N.imbonr Town Rand was held on Starch it a! at 10.:?0 a.m. It was decided to pur chase a silver plated Cl;-ss A Boosey tenor horn from .Messrs. \V. II. Palin »4 Co.,, and the secretary was instruct ed to write for this immediately. Cir culars wore ordered to be sent out to the business people in the town, onil the secretary read a draft circular, whicli was adopted. Sir. B. It. SI'Fad den was appointed to fill the dual office of deputy conductor and band sergeant.

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Manpleton. AMBULANCE BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

|Maj3letpin. . J ,i uu i,.\5i( :k pi;sKW. A wipirfrt an-1 -Iiiik-i- r.KMil »p:Frldny tin: !-Ji ?*(. I, -1 ortf,-; ,\r,;ib)ihinci! proved v -y siiiT'^Mfui-imd i|.4:a le suit Hi. m. t,f t^:i/i(v/%vas rWwari! -'d to l!i .uiil.iiliincc. ? L\ prft'^ij.imme of vimm! . rd inttr'inientjii Itemij, redid- I tiom iM.i 1 Hki-tr*vi lasft-il till |0 p.m., ! when mi; .--i- v.'i I srTvf'l and NlnncinK ermlimn'. liii ll-ij srnaQ. h:-iinl (if the nioriiiru'. j?T!ii- cr|«r:imin-' np'iifA With .-horn* i,t\ I-.'- I:tt«- plrliln 'TtierB 70tl ;iri! '':--n.': !''T ius'or b-ivn ^ivijn monl | . ? n » 1 1 - i 1 - ii- j cderinij of ?'rVr l.ltili! Nig ^'.-r lli.y- ! Mi..', .-j-lli.- .j.fff* Iniln^ U.». f,:,rl u' V.\ bnf e j.Mr. I»J I. vAit\-: -!e- li-'llN-.l !:i- .'Kl.iJ.ff.. with ,.tMi ,,t hit v-ry Un° mil»-r--jnrid r'^pon'ljil tl a n-i:ili :\',l ' S'i'ikj of .-Vfii'iy. ' K H'lund t-' ^'-nii.r :rl- .-ijiir.-ireifi tu i'-'ant.«ne in 'MUh |.I:ilir.'U^ «i-fi».«.l.' fiArchtf JufTs r. ? |! '! h-S Wr-.t-.(f Si-l«J o...

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SACRED HEART CHURCH, COOROY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

SACRED HEART CHURCH, COOROY. The following is a list of donors am! gifts to the above ehnreb: — Memorial window of Sacred He-art rresented by Mr. S. Mahon^v, in m^m ??ry ---f his grandchild: choice, prtt sent«d by Mrs. Hodg-rs: white vest menu, presented by Father McLai:-rh!in '-oncreaeh; altar cloth, by Miss Carroll: communion cloth hr Mrs. Wright, sen.; set of candlesticks by Mrs. S. SlaUonft-y; ?tltar charts by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon: ?randtes presented by Wand-rmindi famtty. The donations included £10 /10/- from nU Gras* the Archbishop. Father Wright £10. the Jesuit Fathers iToowoa?} £2/2.'-. Father Leo HayM Ce. Father English £1/1/-, Mr. A. F.' Wright £2/2/-, Mr. Cavanagh farcM- i tect) £3/3/-. i !

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Football. NAMBOUR FOOTBALL CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Football. NAMBOUR FOOTBALL CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. The Nambour Club held its ann\!;l meeting on Tuesday evening last .'it lhc Club Hotel. In the absence c-l the president; Mr. Oliver. Co1~n-O, srr. X. Brake occupied the chair. Some thirty members i-nd supporters were present. Minutes of last annual meet ing were read and confirmed. Tlie re formation of the club was decided up on, the colours to be the same as last season, viz. light blue. The members fee was fixed at 2 '6. The secretary was directed to seek permission for the use of the Show Grounds by the Club. It was agreed to form two grades {A. and B.) from the C!u!\ each grade having power to conlroi Us own financial affairs, and elect its .separate officers. The election of officers was as follows: Parton Mr. W. Whalley: president, Mr. O. Collins: \\ri presidents. Miss Ashfoy, Drs. Short an. I Penny, Messrs. F. Walsh. E. B. Fox, A Williams \V. Hobson, BeMe. O. Donald son, Father Wright, F. Wimmer, J. J. j Wilkinson. A. Crofts J. ...

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Glass House Mountains [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Glass House Mountains The scheme of distribution organised i-y the United Fruitgrowers* Associa tion has been found to be of great assistance to the grower. The origin of it came about by reason of a num ber of pineapple growers, realising rn.'i: if some special organisation, other than ordinary marketing, was not pursued, the difficulty of dealing with tne ever Increasing surplus, would become acute A circular Setter was drafted to various fruit vendors in the towns of toe Slat.\ r.nd the result has shown that some 200 cases have been despatched. Ips wich is taking 220 cases a week, jiu! Mt. Morgan 50. The representative appointed by this live-wire associat'on, and who is working the western Iin-;. has booked 200 cases so far, and other country districts are averaging ?0 cases per day. The secretary poiils out that orders for pines outside Bris bane can be accepted, only at the rile of 5/ f.o.r. Glasshouse Mountains, eim to be returned; freight must be paid tn destination. -

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Soccer. OPENING OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Soccer. OPENING OF SEASON. Groat promise seems evident for tti success of soccer this season. The M.ipleton Club held their meet ing last Tuesday evening, at which 1 there was a good attendance of play ers. Uection of officers resulted: — President. \V. Bratten: secretary, ,r. C. Simpson: committee. Messrs. Simp.=on, Bradlei. Itae. Bruhn Miller, and M'- Donald. nelesaies were appointed to atlenl the North Coast Association meeting to be held in Oeildes' Cafe at 7 p.m. on Saturday evening next. A meetin? lo discuss the formation of a club for Nambour. was held a* the Commercial Hotel on Tuesday ??\eninc. The attendance was sm.ill. and the meeting was ailjourned till next Wednesday evening, at the same place. Mr. Gosling (Commercial Hotel: tins offered to donate a soccer b.ilt. Ar rangements will be made, to acquire Mr. Donaldson's paddock for prat tle-.

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Cricket. NAMBOUR v. TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Cricket. NAMBOUR v. TRAMWAYS. The following players will represent Nambour against the Brisbane Tram way Association's team to piay on tne Show Ground, Xambour, next Sunday, commencing at 10 a.rn. sharp: — Me3*i- W. Milliner, V. Gaylard. V. White, X. Brake, W. Perren, B. M'Fadden, W. B. Smith, WNash, A. E. Sweetnam, C. PU t''r, E. Pcrren. Emergency: M. Haley. A. Slade. (Sporting contlnueiio n Page Six.)

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Maleny. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Maleny. At th* monthly meetinfr of th« MaCeny Co-opentlve Oalrr Company on Tuemlay of last week, it wm decided to advance 1/3 on February MippUe* The following deferred payment* were also decided: October (tomJoo sur plus '- 3J'i.; NoTember (Queensland Butter Pool) fi: £)«eember (stoek) ?-i; malting- the total iflf per U-.

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Producers' Association. LANDER'S SHOOT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Producers' Association. LANDER'8 8HOOT BRANCH. 'rtie. uKiiai monthly meotlnK took pUicn l.inl Saturday, ,'{rd Inxtant, In tho Hchoolroom. Th«ri! wua a moderatu atli:nd»n-:M. with Mr. W. Colllnffs in the chair. Considerable illftoiiHslon toolc place re. Ktinrantuelng »Iz« of bun anii* inarK(!H!ij. it wu» pointed out that If nine was .strictly adhered to much Koorl fruit would bn excluded, stay .'-i incheit ion*, though eireumfnr enc? may b« over thn maximum allowed ror fruli -- inches long. It wiu» ile d-b:'i to Instruct tiie representative to Urin*? tin: matter up at n«xt District Council ineetinK. Much iliHH.-itJHfnctlon wnit rncpresseel at Kur tuations In weight* and tents of cre.irn returneel by factorlen; al»o at tho Illtreatment of creurn c.ani* uftcr being placed in railway ghedn. It wa» thought thin eould be avoided. Olher ,-iHnyl.itlonH affected are imimii to give ex/femion r,t opinion on these nublecU).

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THE FOURTH "FREE DAY." [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

THE FOURTH -PRMM D*Y.»» The evident »ucces» o/ prnvlou* 'Pr»e Daj»' inaugurated by Messrs, Collins & Co., have Induced the launch ing of ihe fourth. A wider »eop-j is provided by taltJng In olhtt depart ments not formerly provided for, ami the 'Stunt' cover* a longer period Full particulars as. to the date of clo» In^. and the drawing Tor the lue*y day. appear in our advertJalng' column*. V .

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Cooroy. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Cooroy. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. A meeting of parents was held in U;e ; School of Arts on Thursday night, also j members or llie existing committe*1. A j report and balance sheet were pro- ! senteJ and adopted. Mr. \V. Nugent j who' presided announced that the pnn- ; cipal business was to elect a new com- i mittee and officials for the ensuing; term of three years. Those appoint- i ed were : — Chairman, \V Nugent, h'i:. ] sec. R. C. Gumming, hon. treas. H. M. j Born; also Messrs. J. Lamont, A. J.j Bate. A. Taylor, an-l S. Fisher. A I hearty vote of thanks was accorded j the retiring committee. j FRUIT DESPATCHES. | By tlii* week's special fruit tfAin I a total of 370 cases of bananas were j consigned from this centre to southern ! m?r!ceU. j RETURNED SOLDIERS MEETING ; At the recent meeting of Use l&c?! j branch of the R. S. and S. I. League 1 there was only a moderate attendance, i Mr. W. R. Archdall. presiding. Tlie request from the Cooroy Sports Club that She proposed Memorial H...

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Beerburrum. CONSECRATION OF NEW MASONIC LODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

Beerburrum. ™.\SKCIUT10N OF NEW MASONIC LODGES. The Most NVor. Bro. Sturnm, K.C., Grand Master of the Masonic Order of Queensland, accompanied by Ownd Lodge onicers, visited Beerburrum on Monday for the Consecration and in Ql.ill.itlnn rerpmnnv of the newly-fomi-. ed lodge in that town. Several breth ren from towns along the north coast railway were present, and from vari ous parts of Queensland. The follow- I ing officers were installed : — \V. M- ] Bro. E. J. Cornish ; I.P.M., Wor. 3ro. ; M Aberdeen, Junr; S.W.Bro. T. n. Moorcroft; .T.W., Bro. A. B. Flnney; chaplain, Bro. H. A. Slaughter; trea surer, Bro J. L. Hayles; secretary, Bro. II. V. Bower; D.C.. Wor. Bro. II. V. Gol iling. P. M.; S.D., Bro. D. Donovan; J.D., Bro. J. 0. Williams; organist. Bro. D. F. Scott; I.G. Bro. \V. H. Evans -.S.. Bro. R. Murphy; 3. S. Bro. F. C Robson: tyler, Bro G. Fenn. The banquet was held In the School of Arls, when the usual masonic toa.'-l' were submitted.

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AUCTION SALES. TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

? AUCTION SALES. , ' : TO-DAY. March 16. — Pig Sale at Yandina by ? L. B. Hunter. j ? TO-MORROW. .March 1'. — Furnitare Sale at Mont ville by W. Tapper. FUTURE DATES. March 20. — Maleny Cattle Sale by P. E. Moodie. ' -? ? March 24.— Burrell's Subdivision by Thornton & Murtagh. March 24. — Large Iron Shed and : Draught Horses by Thornton & Murtagh. March 24. — Caboolture bred ponies by J. J. Wilkinson. March 24. — Horse Sale at Maleny by P. E. Moodie. ') March 31. — Fruit Farm at Buderim by I Thornton and Murtash. April 5. — Jersey Herd at Hlghworth by Thornton & Murtagh.

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The Turf. LANDSBOROUGH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

The Turf. LANOSBOROUOH RACES. The Landshorouch meetinc held las; Saturday afternoon in good weather was successful. The fields were good, and five bookmakers shouted their odds.. The results were: — Flying Handicap of £5, second horse 10/ from prize. About 5 furlonc?. Alford's Lady Fisher 9.12 (Clark) 1, Otiymer's Gold Tips 7.0 (Guymer) 1; Betting: Even money. Pony and Galloway of £3. second horse 10/ from prize. About i furlongs. Jocumscn's Fighting Queen (Clark) 11.0, 1, Launder'* I Wonder 7.0 2. Landsborouirh Handicap of £S. sec ond horse 30/ from prize, about 6 furlongs. Alford's Lady Fisher 9.3. (Thompson) 1. .Tocumsen's Flghtinc Queen 8.0 (Clark) 2. Betting: Even money. Second Class Hack of £3, second horse 10/ from prize, about 1 fur loncs. Guymer's Veneer 9.8 (Guymer) 1. Orepor's Tommy Burns 8.1 (Sum mers) '2. Betting: 2 to 1 on. Handicap Trot of £t. Young's King Patch, (120 bhd.) 1, Jocumsen's Pink ee (scr.) 2. Belling: 2 lo t on. Third Class Hack of £3. Wcndfs Ranger 8.0 (...

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SPORTING. Tennis. Nambour Lawn Tennis Association. SINGLE CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser — 16 March 1923

SPORTING. Tennis. Naabanr Lawn Tennis Association. SINGLE CHAMPIONSHIPS. Games continued last Saturday in flu: Nambour Lawn Tennis Association's Single Championship resulted as fol lows : GENTS. J. Randall beat Edgar Perren on a for feit, owing to Perren being unable to continue the set. L. Day beat H. Smith 6-1, 6-4. J. Parker beat Dr. Short 6-1.6-0. S. Stormonth beat J. Perren 6-2, n-2 On Wednesday afternoon J. Rand-ill beat J. Parker 6-4, 6-4. LADIES. Miss D. Tucker beat Miss Roberts G-0, 6-2. Miss Edmonston beat Mrs. Whitecross 6-1, 6-1 . Mrs. Edmonston beat Miss G. Smith 6-2, 3-6, 6-0. Miss Martha Perrcn beat .Miss M.i? Perren, C-2, 10-8 .

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