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INVERELL. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

INVICRELL. Alfred Farraiul reports having held 11 most successful clearance sale for Mr. Hugh T0111 linson, of East Turrawarrn, 011 Wednesday last; a good attendance of buyers present, and bidding was good ; all sheep being sold at satisfactory value, at from 5/0 to 9/7. Machinery, furniture and working plant also brought good prices. He sold 011 behalf of other owners, horses u)- to £23. One very nice line of poddies for ?Mr. Hamilton, Gravel Pit, Delungra, at 18/, 300 late shorn mixed weaners 011 account Mr. Tonkin, a' nice lot, in' forward condition nt 7/0 : also cattle and machinery on account of various owners. ~ A brisk demand still exists for' all good classes of sheep, and cattle. During this week he reports having sold -1000 sheep, l'liere is also an, improved inquiry for, pro pert:es, and at a date to lie advertised later 011 he will submit to public auction some very tine properties and farms of various sizes in t.he lnverell district.

Publication Title: Tamworth Observer And Northern Advertiser
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BREEZA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

BREEZA NEWS. (Kruin our Correspondent.) Wo ;;re having one of the finest seasons on record. Hardlv a week passes witlumfc ram with the result that the Plains look like ono Jiuijq wheat held. AVe are now assured of a snlcndid spring. The season has been the nuldest over known, hardly a^frost tlie ?wliolo winter. AVlnlo tho rain means plenty of pastures, it has delayed ^cttini; in the, wheat crops, and there are a good many Into eown crops th:s vear. Lost wheat season t.'ie late, sown erons turned out very well! nud ibus to be ho^ed it will he the same this i 30 ir j ? 'I ho area under crop this year will he I (liuto.as great as last year, hut the erons are I not as forward and do not require feeding, -ofi' -:o much as provious years. ! ? fIho Hrceza branch of the Farmers , and j hotllers' Association are amtatinjj; for the, erection of a «rrain shed to hold 000 bajr.s of wheat and thov have had an interview with onu of the railway officials as to the site, wlnoh, I understand, has be...

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FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. A heavy supply of varied produce, amount ing to GO consignments, was submitted at auction to-day before a largo attendance of buyers. Compotition was animated, anil all, commodities maintained tlio values ruling at tho end of last week, with tho exception of chaff, which increased by 5/ per ton. Choice quality chaff wont under the hammer at -*/0 to -1/9, prime 3/8 to' -1/2, medium to good 3/ to 3/8, inferior and damaged 2/2 to 2/0. Choice lucerne chaff brought -1/3, and me dium 3/2. Oaten hay wa.s neglected, while 2/0 was accepted for good quiilitv oaten der rick straw. Medium chickwheat changed hapds at 3/1. Prime Swede turnips went at 3/,' inferior to 2/1. Prime potatoes were dis ?poscd of a 7/ to 7./0, good 5/9 to 0/0, medium 5/0 to 5/3. Current quotations were: — Maize.— -Northern river, prime dry yellow 2/8, good 2/7 ; white, 2/0 to 2/7 per bushel. Barley. — Victorian: Cape, 2/0 to 3/ per bushel. lVts. — Tasnianian: Blue, 5./0 to ojt) ; g...

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MOONBI NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

MOONBI NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) A very pleasant .social was held at Mr. S. Mayill's residence on Saturday nieht last, lieiii^ iu lienor of their youug friend, Mr. Jliirtin Purcell. About 00 wero present. At midnight the usual ulass wa.s handed round, nnd one and all w'slied their vonm; friend nver.v prosperity Uiroue;h life. The ton; t was accompanied by musical honors. Uaiicin^ was then resumed, and later hulit ^ refreshments were partaken i ' » - .Son jjs and recitations were niven '?y Miss E. Vernint! and Mr. J.. .Speccliley. alusie wa.s supplied bv Messrs. AV. Koche and M. Puree'!, and Mr. W. .Ma-ill acted as M.C. -'anciiii; was kept up merrily unt:l the wee mmrs of the murniim, and u very pleasant time was sjent.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

SYDNEY.. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., report :: — A cable message received by Dalgety and Co., Ltd., from their London house, states that the fourth scries of -Homo wool sales, ii'hicli opened 011 July '12th, closed iirmly 011 the 20th. :- The position of prices at the end of the sales as compared with those. at tho close of the previous series was as follows: — jUcrino and line crossbrcds (with the ex ception of short faulty scoureds, prices for which were irregular, and 5 per cent, to 10 per cent, lower;, unchanged. Greasy me dium and coarse crossbrcds unchanged. S-'oured medium and coarse crossbrcds 5 pol ecat. lower. Tho total net quantity available for sale was 159,000 bales, out of which 85,000 bales were sold for Yorkshire, and -12,000 for the enntinent, leaving 32,000 bales (inclusive of 22,000 balei of New Zealand wools) to be .:arricd over to tho Jifth series fixed- to open oil September 27th. It may be mentioned that tlife total quan tity carried ovor includes 21,000 bales not ...

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FOOTBALL FLASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

FOOTBALL FLASHES. (By 'Critic.') i 'f 11,0 0v,!I! «'-- Ntmdlo Mil.-. I'1)'.™ ,« sanio with n combination » ' ViSv !'K ? Northern Union. uhil,l)'''l ° Ji],mvurtl-- pl»iV(l for Niiudle, « li i lo tlio tunny loam continued some smm- glaciers, . 1 ivil '?'U1 w'l,s 'I'''; ami reminded one ni' n l,aino ot marbles when tho Uo.vk aro lint plnv T-vidently tho minworth tonni thought themselves 'too good' for tlie visitors, mid ns n consequence plural in « leisurely, easy manner. Tho bene'lits from . tho fciuiie were ml. If lannvorth could have ? taught Nundle anything (which is not gener ally admitted) , they made no effort to do .so. Ono idea, at joust, of inter-Union engngo monts and all 'big'' footlmll is to lilnv seri ously, and if jxissiblo, learn something. If vimit uuiiii] I'Jltlll L|j(- 011101*'— (*«) II ljJjiy bettor football— then one should become Die teacher and the oilier tho student, as it wore. Of course, tho .social side should not ho overlooked, hut there is plenty of room fo...

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East v. Our Boys. DISGRACEFUL TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

East v. Our Boys. . DISGRACEFUL TACTICS. (Bv Hallcv.) .1 ho last round of tho second-grade com petition was advanced a stare further on Saturday last, when East .journeyed to Moon lit, and met Our Boys. After a strenuously contested and exciting game in which there weio some brilliant flashes of play, tlie match losulted in a draw, the scores ticing six all. * * * * * ? A 'bus and other vehicles with 'ba rraek- ors' accompanied tlie visiting team, and al though there wero several amongst this foi lowing, whom it is always a pleasure to meet — who are genuine sports — ami doubtless made tho trip to encourage their favorites, still the majority may he best described as '/moan sports'* as their behaviour at a later stago will show. Our Boys who were without tho services of Lj e, . Gill and Patterson, #were skippered u„v u. onus. ? ? * * * * ? ? ? Godbold acted in a similar capacity for the East reps., and as they filed 011 to tho neid they wero seen to be a heavier com bination than us...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. TAMWORTH v. QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

RIFLE SHOOTING. TAMWOHTII Ql'I HINDI. A team of %10 riHenien journeyed fimn (amwortl^ to Quirindi on .Saturday for a practice, and lired a match against. 10 Qniiindi jnun over HOO yards range, m .shots tho match resulting in a win ror Quirindi ' liie scores are as fallows: — 4 1 ?. Quirindi.' . II. C. Coulchor ...... .-ri Uowland , . , . ? : ' ' si ? W. Carter « I'. Ijailg .. V '- '-''rji Douglas .. V- r.i Hailow .. . . *|8 ?Hixon, junr. ... .v . . i|(i ''n.iorpe ..... . ? jf; ? Hixon, senior... ., ., .. ,|r llayment ? '.'..'.I j ?' . lotal . . . . . . .jog 1 . ? . _ _ , ' Tamworth ~ ?' ^ ;T. Smith ? 6i - T. I)orrmu;ton . . ^v v^ 'v^ 48' ' Ji.- Do.m - 1 li: - AV. Thomas .. .* 7.' ' |{- 1 J. Hnloy ? ? h'.., 'T ' ' .pi . .10.' Kellv .. . j ? V' '''?''v'-A j'i q. Kabie. ? r.:~:r~*r -J-j G. Oimiiii, 40IH.'..* ... ill ?- I. Sextv . . , , |(i .1 G. Collier . . ? .v.--.iv 38 Total .'. .. ... .; ... . . ,|;)8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

, , ' ? KIDiMSV DISH A SIC ' , ''J B''ed complaints have their prompt and effectual euro in Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills C rn *inc «'? V'onieI:fu'-v sl;i''''l.v manner. Oive them a trial. Price, I/O and 2/ti. Ob tainable at all stores and Pullman's Phar macy.* . This elder brother 'evidently knows^ knows aboat f Pectoral. H13 mother told - 'IS (/[ mother told — ^/?fl SI her, and hor / m j ll\ j -1 !// grandmoth- I 'friX^A fir's mother I I UroAt told her ujl |\ mother. It's ^8^ JOlU tho one stand- . 1 ard cough medicino for children. -ii(er's ^herrif 9eetoral is entirely free from narcotics or poison of any kind. It is the great remedy the world over, for colds, ?coughs, croup, whooping-cough, influenza, la grippe, and 'all bron chial complaints. ? ? Accept no substitute or cheap and worthless imitation. Be sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Put up in large and small bottles.. ? J. C.* Ajr*r & Off.* U-0- A* - On^SS ®raTerSf.- P',t,chess Chests M.T. ashstaiids, Side Boards, Chair...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] THE REV. JAMES COLWELL AND THE "OBSERVER." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

CORRESPONDENCE. fWc do not ncccsKUily endorse the opinions of our convspoudeuU.] L HE' REV. JAMES COLWELL AND THE 'OBSERVER.' , (To tlio Editor.) Sir, — I did not intend to refer again to your report of a portion of my address, and I would not do; so. now i f it were not lor this fact: I 11111 told that my note, of last week conveys tho impression that .vour report was not reliable..' 1 did not wish to convoy that unprctsioii. Your rcoort was substantially correct, save [or a few grammatical errors.' Tho only fault I have to find with the report is this: It gave great prominence to what was after all only 1111 unimportant part of inv address. I spoke for 30 m:nutes mil your report covered from three to livi- minutes of my address. As to your further explanation why yot did not publish my letter 1111 Temperance Re. form, you simply go from bad to worse. Tho letter to, which I replied was also written over ?1 110111-dc-plume, and yon publ-'shed tlint. My letter was over a nom-de-plume...

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AN HONEST REMEDY FOR COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

AN HONEST REMKDY FOR' C'OLDP. ?Any druggist can oiler you the choice of a dozen or more cough 'syrups.'' Hut it bijioves you to use some circumspection in selecting a lucdiciiic to put into your stom ach, as a cure for vour disease. Remember thnt'you require, for the real cure of a dan gerous disease something more than a mere soothing syrup. This -is why it will be best for you to lake Dr. Sheldonfs New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It is a carefully made, and perfected scientific, curative me dicine, prepared with the idea not merely of rel'eving a cough, but of curing the disease which brings 011 the cough. It is an holiest medit'inc which will honestly cure any disease of throat or lnngs; or if the result is honest ly unsatisfactory to you, vour money will honestly be returned. Try it. Obtainable at all stores and Pullman's Pharmacy,*

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BENDEMEER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

BENDEMEER NEWS. — — 0:0 — — (b'roni our Correspondent). Social. — A social was held hero on 2'Jtli, in aid of the ISendenicer Tennis Club, and was well patrcuised. Mr. M. .Rowland supplied lirst-class music, while Mr. J. Doring carried out tho task of M.C. in a .successful man ner. Tennis. — A tennis match was played on tho 30th between the Bondonieer team and Glengarry, which resulted in nil easy win lor tlio latter by 12 games. I-Iaro Drive. — A haro drive was hold on Mr. G. Parke', 11111 on Saturday, 3()tli, and (:!) hares and' a -number of wallabies were d's nosed ot. Land Court. — A Land Court was held 011 (he 27th, in our local office, and a good deal ef business was transacted. Mr. Hogarth of Arniidale was acting chairman. Recovering. — Air. Albert Eislier, who is ill tho Taniworlh Hospital, and underwent a serious operation, is, I 11111 pleased to state, progressing favorably. Miscellaneous. — The old bridge at West brook's Gully has been patched up again, niul we may get. t...

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MR. LORD AT MOONBI [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

MR. LORD AT MOONBI Our correspondent writes that Mr. J. J. Lord, tho selected Labor candidate, address jd the electors at Moonbi, in Hyson's Hall, ?in Tuesday night. s There was a wellattend ed meeting, and M.r. Lord was. attentively listened to for nearly two hours. Ho was very .severe 011 Mr. Wade and Irs . Coercion Act, and also vci'»' rough 011 iMr. Levien. He .'s carrying, with him a list of the number jf divisions taken during tho term of tlic present' Government-, and says Mi1? Levien is about tlio lowest in -the list. He does not liko the way tho railways are managed: Hi remarks it is a bad 'syec' going in for lamb growing for the £-ydiiey lnarUot, because ivhen you liavo them ready and order truckr you cannot get them until yqur lambs arc old sheep. When asked if Jie was in favor of tho Lands Act being administered by com-, liiissio'i, he said he thought he would, but tho Railway Commissioners would be a very bad example to go by. He gave a detailed account of bis own life ...

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

GUNNEDAH. Messrs. Hawke anil Treloar, Ltd., of G1111 ucdalt, report the prices realised nt their market, sales on 29th .July, ns under: — Eggs, 1/3, 1/-I1 per doz. Fowls, 2/, 3/0. ' ? ? Ducks, 4/10, 0 1 per pnir. Butter, 1/-, 1/1 per lb. „ ? Lemons, 1/10. Ornnges,cl/7, 2/9 per case. ;? Cahbnges, 3/-, 0/- per doz. -v.; Pumpkins, 3/-, 5/-,. «or. doz. -.v : Fish, 1/3. Wine, 1./- per bottle. .

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. ^ . T. Calleott and Co. report last Fri day s sale as under: — Butter, 1/0J to 1/2J per lb. ,, Eggs, l/o to I/O per do/.en. Do., duck, 1/1 10 l/f- ner dozen. Dripping, 2d to -Id per' lb. Cabbage Plants, Id i-er bunch. Bacon, 7ld per lb. Honey, 12/ pel' (iOlb till. Do., 1/3 per -lib tin. Do., 2/ to 2/3 per 71b tin. Tea, I/!) por 51b tin. * Brooms, 1/ to I/O each. Apples, I./ to !)/3 per ease. Oranges, !)/( i to -1/ per 1-caso. Do., 1 1 to 2/3 per J-caso. Lemons, -l/ti per j-ense. Do., 1/3 to 2/ per J-cnso. Mandarins, 1/ to 3/0 per 1-caso. Turnips, 1/ to^l/!) per J-cwt. Do., (id to 1/ per dozen bunches. Cnblinges, -I/O to 3/0 per dozen. Cauliflowers, 1/3 to fi/ii per dozen. Carrots, 1/ to 1/0 lier dozen bunches. Parsnips, 3/0 per dozen bundles. Lettuce, 2d per dozen. Pie melons, 1/0 to 0/ per dozen. Pumpkins, 1/3 to ?'-/() per dozen. Esehnllots, !)d to lOd per dozen, Grammas. 1/ each. Celery, 2/0 --i-r dozen bunches. licet root, I/O to 2/. Fowls, roosters, 3/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

When You Drink medicine said a. . beverage ai the saonel time you s^re consum ing ^WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS its section on tlie secret - ive - organs is at once stim.ula.tive e*. curs.,tive. TXT' . J'. (Lato of Sj'diiev), IN CON J UNCTrON AVITH St. -O-eore-e, SURGEON D13NTISTS OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE, PEEL-STHE1CT Hours: 9 to 5. ? BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. LIVERPOOL PLAINS AUXILIARY. Depot ...... GREEN & CO.'S., ^ PEEL-STREET. BI^n^; TESTAM?NTS ana PORTIONS in H '^ngn»gn--«nd .tylw .t Qoit Pril Cream Can Perfection ! j Where can you set ®!!! Wif a Can better tlian liM avc supply you Avith, Ave'. know just ex- Mlli'HIiilllllllilM actly Avliere the j|i|mTp^^ strengtli is required irMJlMM and we do it, there by giving our Cans a longer life than ' — impracticable goods. You can have any style or make of lid you wish, but. we may honestly say,' no better value exists than is to be had in our Can. Butler and Co., HARDWARE SPECIALISm TAMWOIITH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

|The falin3 ; ' Piano I | Just thel I Fiano: for i | tli© cottage* I *? I tiome ; line I I' tos^©, good I j toucH and I I ejsc elSent I j valiae. J | The Paling H !1 Piano is Ot- I 4ed with O 4 pedals. ' I Old Pianos li-' £ in eschan-' '{ . ! -*e.«olorf«oo tr»-o ^ ^*1 S- Sola Scllera [ ' I Pc&llMgf S' j fsj 336 GoorjJq St. | i 60 Sydney 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 2 August 1910

Ifyoa ftindle you/ lm stqck output UM.W1SELY, r I If Yoil '(^rASicTn blefyJi mm ? Qel' ' I JqY THE SALE OF THKSEASON: ^Tthon^Horderns' ?? ; fintDay^f,. BIG ^ ^Last Day : Moaday/^ -?GArNsi i$atiirday ? ' »«,? mnIN ? every il f^^dl,iroa3r' &A-TiQ' \'j department. ' Aug, 20/10. . ?' ?; -J) Thousands^ oI^Bargatns ate set out in TherSnIe Catalogue. ^01i / a c-Vy-;Posted ftec on application, and reap the futy fcenefit foi those marvellous '^money savers, ANTHONY ? HORPERNS' FAMOUS ; S\LE /PRICES. rn*BMiWMMUUMWm WlWBBBBMaiMMWBMMMai '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

? ? THE GREAT. COUGH- CURE. ' : „,f;!,,!,' -;''V 1,,t?,.,l (,r cho1,;,isl »s'1 f','' 'f. ,'IM NO- l,t' l-«-'*'mh'-l lo lake nnv ??JUST AS GOOD' mixture, U r.t .\ I .S I1. there is nothing oij tho market t-; Hut in 'iii .I ns good as 1*1! L' NO. REMEMBER! Fill' NO IS AX ABSOLUTE .CUllli FOR COUGHS, CO I, I IS, INFLUENZA, AM) AM, OTHER CUI!ABI,E CHEST TllOUBLHS. , li'« REALLY MAKVKM.OUS HOW QUIU.KI.Y- AND COM1M.BTKIA* PllUNO conquers those troubles. MOTHERS! Always «et PRUXO f„r voi.r B ibv's ,,,M HV ..h«,l„L.U. free from all poisonous mutter (this is 11 vor.v important item for your baby's future welfare). IL is verv iilcnsaiil to hike and iVill eiire baby's 'cold oiiickor than you Can nut, SO DON'T UK PUT OKI1', ask for P.lt UNO AND INSIST ON GUTTING- IT. ' ' u '' ''''cU' llM' ''''''S clso PllUNO is wild by nil Stores mul Chemists throughout this district ill !/(- and 2/0 per bottle. If your Storekeener has none in sl'-ck I will 'end ' vnn ?. b,.Hl,. for iya-or 2/8. YOUR ST OREKEEPE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 August 1910

Biliousness and Indiges tion for 6 Years. A GUATlb'UNG BILE BEAN CUIUS. Miss Maud Luecli, of Albert Road, Albert Park, Melbourne, ,Vu\, says:— 'For sis .^ears 1 was a gi eat sufferer from biliousness I'tl.-iml jmibtiou, accompanied by severe pains in llio liead. At times these pnins were very (listi ossiii;;, e.sneciiillr u'lieu neeoinminied Ki nasty, , muispous bMious feelings. In „iy eii dcnvoi-ii to yet rid of my illness, I tried' 'many M)-en'ed reined ios/ but nil. in vain. I did' noV doiivo the .sliglite.st.heiie/il from any of them. .1' mully a fiiend .recommended 1110 to try i'llo 15,„ins. ,f did so, nnd nfter the fust few (lilies fell so nmeh .belter Ihal I decided to [,n;o tlium a fair trin I and undergo n thorough ionise. Bile Beans soon caused the liend ac'ies to eea.se, and llie attacks of biliousness ^radufilly becnnio less nnd lesb severe until tliey finiijly disappeared ?' nltojietirur. I „or .seveicd^ith Hilo JJeniis until. I inis coniplete ly enied No« my health is ...

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