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SOCIAL EVENINGS. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

SOCIAL EVENINGS. council OF KNO'KAND.' . j Very unse tied weather prevailed on. Tuesday evening last when a social evening, in counecLion. with the l.ical Church of Kngland, was held. Dancing and other forms of ..'amusement svero provided for those in attendance, and i judging by tho numbers who ventured 1 out in order to bo present , there is overy prospect of theao plo isant monthly social evenings being a decided succoss.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Special Stock Sale at Charlton [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Special Stock Sale at Charlton John Wiilsnn an I Co rep>rt having eoudu-ted a ino-t successful slock adoiit Charlton on l'n'.lay last, 17th inst., when th y yarded J2-500 .-Sheep and 50 heal oi cuttle. The qualUy of the sheep was very good, and included about; -1000 /;ood young crossbred owes showing very woll ill lauib, wethers wero very seai\e, only . two pons of ine»ino< beinu yarded. Thi | attendance was wry go-jd, buyers eon;. I i g from MnnslieM, Serpontini\ Uri'go. ! water, Uooil, Wyehepr* of, I>albin*t, ft. Aiimud, Kluure and su rounding dis tricts Wo-boM 02o5 sheep at prices about equal to laic i at« s in ilie.se districts - Ci Of-sbr. <J owes, 1 and 0 tcoth, showing well in lamb, from 20s 6d to 22a Ud; crossbred owes, -l, l> and 8 tooth, 21s ; aged 'merino < tves with 1)0 percent. Ir.nbs, l(j>; crossbred \\cinors fair I'omUliou, on KMiall site, from Ms Jul to Ms fid ; better oris, io 15$ 8d ; merino wethers, JlU 8:1; intnino « w...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

L L S gnaw ntcc'l, M WlTAC'ITHr.n KltOM M'LCIALIA" Si LECl'ISD MAMMAL ANU ll'!TJ:i) WITH BPST QUALITY BLADDERS. ,irtiCKE«3 ' White drill, 2/6, S/-. ' '/J-, IHun .'./-. v . Dtimjaroo,-•»/-. * • JCKSEYS, Woollen, all colors. Pl/un Colors or Hoop*, from Jl/ti «!V-' ^n«lwd or V 'r, from A{- oudiu • .Vertical Stripes, from 4/- oartli. STOCKINGS— All colors and designs. • Youths' Sizes, !/«'. • Mim's Sizes, 1/6. : 'r;' caps. . >: Plum Colors .or Quartwra, (ul., • an.l- V-.." . * ■. ' ..Smpud, J/•!. FOOTBALL' BOOTS. -Box Cull, Block To«s, in/(K, -. jivC:!' Bally M.,-with or without: beyl^l^/tr ; Box Bloulc Togs, with -Ankle . btrapv 15/G. */ •s iCbrojuo- Soccci, 11/0. • ' rOOTBALL STOPS. •' leather, with StiYCTrt,> ttdyUoz; n- Ijtfathor with Nails, Gd. doz.. f .=^'imps^/fl, -.a/v 2/«t :»Ai- .anOA;v -A D APTEItS, 'for^ouvcrtinff 'Cycle ;Pump to .Football Pump, 4(1.s T7M PIKE'S WHISTLES, J/v 1/3,: ■'and J/«. AXKIjIij STKAP8, J/-, J/(5, : J/Il,':. • 2/-, ami 2/(5. : TRAINING OlTvUti., J...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Chinkapook. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Ch'inkapook. . .(j-'RoilOUI\ OWN UOJmCsi'ONDKN l.) rUBLIC MI'ETING. Resident* of Chinkapook Imvo felt llio. tU'Cossiiybf h bmk for s«>mu ctmsidot.-il) e ttn-c ax i'- was licit nlway.s convenient for litem to make periodical trip* to Chilliii gollaU and cUwwherc lolrautnct business. With, this it:ul in view a 'public meeting, convened by Mi" O'^hannassy, wan held at f'hiiilifipook on Saturday, 11th inst. Mr 13. Joyce was appointed eh-iir-naii, and Mr J. Sutherland S*crotnry. Tlio chairman, after explaining the ohjocts of the m-.-eting, said that ho wished it to he distinctly understood thai ho was no pavtUm t»f any puvticutav hunk? Hiw business as chairman wan lo co duct the meeting, and wiuitovor was decided <m b>* the mujoriiy of thuso presont ho would willingly u^ivo t>. It was ttioved by Air Wi/son, secon ded by Mr W. Thorn, and carried by 19 votes—That the bond ollico of the Vicloiiu Bank bo asked to opuii a branch at Chinkapook. An HiiieiidmonJ, moved by Mr ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

sV j . - - - - . ^ ; A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. ] ' How Some Sccurcd Success. VBecomo-A Patentee," .1. \ CJiiliiynIt* ami perfect your; ideas;! .'as - to impniviMiionts- and ,, inventions.J , .'The • worldr is ehger lor; something new, which. howenjr sim- " l>r»; it niay be, will Nave 'labor, or«ex-j pimae," or \div tilings better. Lct.;it bo ' more n»uvenient, or promote ■ pleasure or safely, ■ or - do, away with faults, or \ reduce waste. Tito person whogcts' public opinion ;of such an invention is 011 fin* . road' to wouitii.. tfe >viII «?o:iho'\ to be n servant;; 1m? becomes; si . proprietor,. •. : ;•/ ' ;;'j People who handle. tilings' in every- 'I day use are the natural inventors oC j better thin#*, and the natural capital-} lists of to-morrow.... ^ ! Study.the., subject of patenting. j *Ih';td:..the spioinlid advice tliut Edison gives..Learn .thivproceduri! sis to. pa touting . in . tliti clilel: countrips,—-then sefhire; '<yom\^ vour ri»bts-tbv bocomiJJg^a pa...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Our Daily Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Our Daily Train Service. Periodically complaints havo been j made by travellers on this line con- j corning the slow and erratic train service provided by the Commis sioners, hut notwithstanding theso complaints nothing had been done to etleob nn improvement. About a fortnight ago, howover, a letter ap psaiel in both Metropolitan daiies, writc.-n by tho Sec. of the Ultima progress association (Mr N. O'Con nor) which brought tho following reply from the authorities" In drawing up the time table allowance had to be undo for the] maximum time taken at each station in shunt ing operations. It frequently hap pened that shunting was eompletid at iv station in a fosvj minutes, but the train coul l not bo scut ou until the scheduled t'mj hid expired. .Travellers naturally looked upon this as unnecessary delay, but the depart ment could not despatch trains bo foro the time set out in the printed time tables. If this were done tho passenger tiallic at wayside stations j would be interrupted, ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Mnnuliiotuivrs ot 'K-iils, Tarpnulms, itiek Covers. Tlu^, fir. Alno, :ilJ «' tlir" above <K;n\ Im lnuj on 1 Tin*. Vornn <]ith ond "Window Blinds n SpociftHy. Importers of Cnnvas, Duck, Twiuo, Hunting, ct<5. JX>TJ7I>YIX« VOUil J)RKSS. STO'DV YOU I!. POCKET TOO 1 ! Don i. P.iy Hijjlior Prices for Suit* no Holler 'than MinoJ I «ionl -strict); for Cas)/, /jon xequontly I have no bad d«'l»ls jor .which you hnro to pay. | .import all my .materials' direct : . - t'roni the nuuinfaoturer, * and/'• V ' inako nil . Suits on niy;oH*n ■■ ■ ■■■> premises. I can .. give you a large • ; assortment". of shades t o chooso from iu fancy designs ami the. very latest Indigo , O y o A largo assort ment of Over coatings to eliooac limn • at tln\ .sairio pnoo. Patterns, Taps and S.J1. Form sent to any ad dress, Post W. II. 'I'llH PEOPLE'S TAILOR, 150 HOURKK-ST., MELBOURNE SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN CUKE —: . . .tubbrcujia.il JOINTS. I'OIK ONTSD SO...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Chillingollah. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

Chillingollah. (from a Corrcspondonl). SCHOOL COMMITTEE. A meeting of the nowly* Appointed school ^committee was recently hold at Chillujgollah for the purpose .of olucting ofHco-hcarorfl. There were pro.Honl: ; Messrs Sketvos, K. Irving, \V. I ole, P. i Cm-ran, and Mesdutnen, Curran and i O'Connor . Tt was moved byJMr Skowcs, I seconded by Mr Irring, and carried, that I Mr 1'ole bo appomtod Ulmirmun,'iind wi th© nwt.'o i f>( Messrs Skowo.4 unci Jfvinir, that Mr Curran bo appointed a* Cor res-pondt nt. Curried. BRIGHT ritOSPKCl'S. : On Monday evening steady r.n.i coin. incnccd, and continued, throughout tlio greater part of tins night. This will do an immense amount of good;; and'start the crops, which in most cases have already boon Mown. A supply of winlu food in imw asourod, and cl.uus throughout the district havo also boon lopleni ii 1 The prospect of, a good harvest is now very bright.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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TO SAY FAREWELL TO OLD IDENTITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

TO SAY FAREWELL ' to.old identities. Unanimity prevailed in a fitting farewell and presentation to a ' district pioneer in the person of Mr W-, P. Barnes, as well as to Mrs Barnes an'! family in the Quambatook Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday evening, 14th inst. Not withstanding the fact that simi " - lar functions have been ri.'e of late locally, the large gathering ■ manifested unbounded enthusi asm. Cr. Cameron presided, and proceedings opened with a round ■of dances in the main hall, after which an adjournment was made to the stage, where a nice repast was laid out, about 50 ladies and gentlemen sitting down to the first relay. The Chairman had on his right the guests of the evening, with Cr. Cojghlan on his left, among others i n promi nent positions being Messrs F. Dsyle, J. T. Harvey and Rogers. Apologies were read from' Rev. Father Waldron and Messrs T. Dunphy and Tuohey. After the loyal toast had been duly honored, . The Chairman nroptsei "Oar Guests." He felt sur: a I would be s...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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NEW PROGRESS LEAGUE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

■NEW PROGRESS LEAGUE FORMED. About 30 district fiuiners assembled together at Mr b'ictcli« r's lofroshmont rooms at Chinkapook on .Saturday, the 12th jnst. Tin object of tho gathering was 10 resuscitato tho progress luagiiu, which hnd become a defunct body at Eureka. Mr K. Joyce, on being culled on, ex plained the objects of tho meeting, and this gentleman also referred to tho various good work done in tho past by the Into progress league at Kureka. I It was then decided by those present, I to form u new league at Ohinkap-ok, and I tho following gentlemen v/oro duly ulcc I ted as office-bearers Prosident, Mr K. ! Joyce; Secretary mid Treasurer, Mr J. j Sutherland ; Vico-Presidents, Messrs W, ; j-Neilson, T. Jones, and J. O. Amos. I Moved by Mr Thomas Wilson, 4ucoii I ded by J. Tompleton—That tho atnmal I aubscr 'ption bj Is. An amendciont, moved by Messrs Amos , and J. Halt, that tho subscription bo" *2s j (hi whs negatived, and the motion carried. I Tho meeting thon adjourned until...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

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Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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NOVEL ANTI-DRINK REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

NOVEL ANTI-DRINK REMEDY. CSirt~James Sauycr, the cmiocnt physician',"7' proposes a. very simpto preparation to allay the drink crav oik : of • dipsomaniacs. He says :— Take of black pepper, in fine powder, Ifloz. ; rectltled spirit a -sufficiency. Pack the pepper tightly in n perco lator^ -anti, pour over it carefully half 'a pint of .spirit. At the expiration 61 two: hours add more spirit, ami let: it percolate slowly until one pint of'-".the-.-tincture bas been collected. Pose mm. Ucsichs tlie ufc ii» -'drink' craving, he suggests that this tincture mav find frequent and ftU cious; employment when stomachic, .carminative, stimulant, and diges tive^ effects are desircu. An Irish cabdriver went up to tlut tlcket-xnndow oi the railway station and asked when tbo nest train came in. He was told, and be said thank you and wont away. In a'-out iivo minutes he appeared back with tbo Fame question. "I told you not move than live minutes ago," said the ucki?t-oilici> clerk. "I know it," ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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The Ultima Star & Chlilinoollah Express Friday, April 24. Welcome Rain. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

"Che Gltima Star . & CbUlinaolhb Gxprcss Friday. April 24. Welcome Rain, i The splendid soaking rarn which set in Jon Monday last will:-.be*.of. mcalculahlo benefit to farming and pastoral districts. ' In >.11 quarters the downpour has caused much jubilation, particularly in thes^ dis tricts. where the prolonged spell of ary weaiuur nau caused a shortage of water, and retarded the growth of grass*. At Ultima 32G point? of rain fell up till Tuesday. Light showers fell the following day, which made up another f> points, and cn Thursday 1(5 more points fell, making a total of 148 points. ■ Theft, at Chillingpilah. V' . ; A visitor to Chillingollah named 0. Hare was brought before Messrs R. Grey and II. Cuttle, J'sP., oil Thursday last, charged, on. the in* formation of Constable W. BuckUy, : with stealing a suit of clothes 'and la pair of leggings valued at itd.5o from Chris. Currie, railway ganger, of Chillingollah. The. accused, who shed tears throughout, pleaded guilty...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

k v-jr' Ult'ma Siocli Sale " NEXf SALE Tuesday, May 5. 'Ihop, Morrow and Go. A"\E much pleasure in announciug to the public that they have now leaded to hold Fortnightly Sales, and that Mr R. 1'. Vurcoll, Auctioneer, will »e stationed at Ultima, and wil conduct oles throughout the district. The Grm • <opc-s bv strict attention to business, to norjt the patronage of the public gene rally. OFFICE—BROOKS' HOTEL Ultima Stock Sale. • q-HOMAS MOJtltOW ar.d CO. wil .< X oiler .-»t their Yarda— 2TUHSDAY, MAY 0 1* uriher entries invited. 'THOS. MORROW St CO., Auctioneers. Ultimo. LALBERT Saturday, April 25,'14 THOS. MORROW & CO ^1"\ESIUE to announce that at there quest of numerous clion nand ro eldeutK of. tue.distriet they have derided j > hold : J 1 REGULAR SALES OF STOCK '''iii'I^lbertT tho next of such eales fo bo. V' fund; on above date at ihe hotel yardu,, when they will otfer — j Sheep Cattle Horses Entrlfs invited, to be sei>t to our local J repres...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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BOORT The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

BOORT I —The Weather.— A pleasant Change in the weather lias been experienced this week. While other districts ^liave been favored with heavy rains—too. heavy iti some instances-this area has received nothing of importance, only a few points being recorded—not sufficient to lay the dust. On Monday night heavy rain set in, and next' morning 132 points had been registered. On Wednesday morning 12 points were added to the total, and a fur ther addition of 22 points was re corded this (Tlnirsday) mornirg. The rainfall appears to have been general all over the State. Many farmers have already sown their fallow, and this will soon be spring ing up. Plowing operations ar in full swing, and a splendid start has been made for next year's harvest. —Agricultural Society.'— The annual meeting of members of the Boort Agricultural Society will be lield in the Mechanics' Hall on Saturday afternoon. As there is a lot of important business to do a full attendance is required. Lighting boort with Ele...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

UHCOMMKXDS THKM TO HIS CUSTOM KKS. " Km* sunn? time I sutlored with indigo* lion caused by disordered livir and stomach," suya MM». M. Harvcv, < !y|»um :«ticci. Krtilwuy Town, ltniUcn liill, N.SAV. " i ll'- only tiling that gnw me relief was Chamberlain's Tablet^, and I consider Uumii unequal fur disorder* of the liver and »!omaeh. 1 Htoel; thetn in my shop and rceimuucnd them to all of my easterners; in fact 1 cannot s^eah too highly of 0 mmbcrlaiu'H Tablets." IKUHillT A HOTTUS. ." I hnd p irns in nn>' le^s whiih ihc doe tor paid was rheuniaiism, ' wilt •* Mr Kobt. Cochrane, ^builder, Waimilm, \\Z. "His lotion did mo no good an 1 I htiHVrcd misery. 1 wiw a friend using .-muo liniment which ho told me wuh Chamberlain's 1'ain iialm and offered me his bottle to try it. It did mo ao much good that I bought a bottle I myself and was nxm free of ull pain;.''

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CRICKET. BOORT v. KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

CRICKET. * I300KT v. KBHANG. A team from Boort association played a mutch at Kerang on Good Friday and Saturday against Iverang association. In their first innings Boort wore disposed of for the very poor score of 34. W. Mason (io) was the only one to secure a two ligure tally. Kerang responded, with ]GO. In thei.* second attempt Boort knocked up 182. J. Baines made 51 (throe sixes), J. R. O'Donr nell 4-1, W. O'Donneil 25 and W. Mason 2u. Kerang won easily, losing four for 81 in their second, innings. The scores were:— . | BOORT.—First Inuings. J. R. O'Donneil, b Jamieson ... 8 F Smith, b Addison ... .0 W. Smith, b Jamieson ... ... 0 J. Baincs, stpd Scott, b Addison ... ' •l'; A Mole, stpd Scott, b Janncson ... . 0 G. Fellows, b Addison ... ... 1 W. O'Donneil, e and b Addisson 2 G. Guy, b Jamieson ... ... > 0 W. Mason, stpd Scott, b Addison:.. '15 L. Baincs, not out ... ... 2 W. Reid, b Addison ... ... 1 Sundries... t ... ... :v4 / • Total ... ... .... 34 Second Innings. • . .v. ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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ENGINE POWER ON THE FARM. WHICH IS THE BETTER SYSTEM —OIL OR PETROL. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

ENGINE POWER ON THE FARM. .WHICH IS TUB MCITERVsVtJTioii'. —on, on I'loraoL. .. ^"At a rocont jnoctmg.of tbo Coorabio 'farancli i'ofi.tlio South Australian Agii cultuial liuroiu, an mtoi citing paper on* "Engine • power on tbo farm" was ;ro«<M)y Air. 0. lies; ;ln tho opinion -.'of■•Mr. lies, the small farm ongino m without doubt otic or tho most^ useful machines in which a farmor win invest; and ho'states that in South Australia it has qiiifco replaced the okl-fashioncd system of homo works and hand ma nhinery. ; Mr. lle.s\etiumcrated a' low o? its many spheres of usefulness:—It emi bo taken into tho paddocks una ivjil drivo tha winnower; used with tho circular saw> it will out lip tho fire wood ;. it wiLl 'drive the cbnffcutter, coin-mill; and, in fact,.jittv machinery • oil tb- larin, and that much quicker «.ik! with less labor-than by other me thods. . Of all tho kinds of engine power, Mr. ]lcs favors that drivon by oil and petrol. Thcro are "two typos n'f both tlie...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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INDIAN CATTLE CANE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

INDIAN CATTLE CANE. In tho Illavrarra^Iistriot, Now South Wales, an experiment with Indian corn ! has been carried out at Gorringong by Mr. Thos. JLiurko. Thu ioddor lias liitborto been thought bnly «• tiit-ablc for 1 warm ami humid clinmUvs, .such as the North Coast. In November, 1010, Mr. Burke obtained .sufficient cuttings for a plot CO x HO toe}-, aud planted in drills i) inches deep, 4 feet apart. The cut titles u-tro planted in pairs il foot apart on tho drills. Sineo plantiug two out-. .ting* have been tnk'en, aud anothor is iiuw ready. Ho found tho cane LwsL where /.;ro\<th. was conccrnod -.eight montlw alter planting, and e.qunlly good ntter eacJpsuceosfuVo' cutting. . .Tbfv one planting is suppoatd to give n<>od results tor five yeavfa.'From observations Mr Hurko has found cattlo improve .m oon-v ditfon when fed on ;it. and tnltc< to mi readily, though its milk producing qua litujH nro not equal to maize or lucorno. Pigs nafc tho italics...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 24 April 1914

a I'uui'. [ i CORK MERCHANTS, AND StU'i'T.Y HOUSE FOU— I Brewers, ! Aerated Water Manufacturers, | Hotel Keepers, I ^Bakers, . •» i and Refreshment Rooms. I Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the abavo trades. Note Address— <9 304 FLINDERS STREET, 0 MELBOURNE. j

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