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Newspaper Law. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to Co~TINVu their subscriptions. -2. If Subscribers order the discontin nance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until AEREABS are paid. , '- 3. If subbcribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are `directed, they are R]ESPONSIBLE until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals so be discontinued. S4.If subscribers remove to 'other.places without informing the- publishers, and the papers are- sent to -their .former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5, Iftsubscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to . give .NoTICE-to -the.-publisher, at- the end -of the time; that,they do not wish to con= tinuetaking it, otherwise the publisher -is authorised to send ohn and the subecri. bei will be responsible unless- a eiroess note,'andpayment'of arrears.- : ,

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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CARRUM v ST. BARTHOLMEW. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

CARRPU1 v ST. BARTHOLM1EW. A m ,st enjoyable game was played on the Carrum oval on Saturday last, between the above clubs. It is very seldom twvo teams are so well matched. The visitors won the toss and decided to take the field. Their bowling was deadly at first, which prevented the home team scoring. However, the innings closed for 72. Tile principal feature of the match was the hitting of Foster, who scored 36, which in cluded one 6 and several 4's. The visitorsclosed their innings with 86, thus winning by 14 runs. Scores. /CArtRU1M. H Steel. b Raeby ... 3 T Bethune, b Middleton 5 A Bethune, c Gates, b Middleton 0 C Rigby, b Lewis ... ... 14 A Rilby, b Middleton _ . ..15 Catamore,8b Lewis ... ... 1 G Byers, b Lewis ... ... 14 A Forsyth, b Middleton... .. 8 A Drummond, not out ... ... 4 H B.rsyth, b Lewis ... ... 1 W Forsyth, run out 1 Sundries. ..... 6 Total "... ...... 72 Bowling-Middleton 4 for 12, Lewis 4 for 19, Rae6y 1 for 4, Wheatley 0 for 17, Gilbert 0 for 14. - ST. II?ATI...

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

SUMMER. TIME TABLE FOPN MORNGTON G PENINSULA. MELBOURNE TO FRAFR NKS T T ELBOURN,. am a.m. n,m. pS. pSt. Sap.mte. p.m. p.m .. p.m Frankston, dep. 7.12 8.30.12.17 2.8 3.8 3.8. 5.40 8.20 Carrum 7,23 841-12.28 2.d2 314 3,19 651' 881' Melbourne, arr. ' 8.32 0.48 1.837 8.42 4.25 4,80 7,2 0.42 to to to o C4 coa m 00 0 .0 03 toBii " m M toB ~~%Q~~O Scq:'.CR H l A . ,t 1' ,T o ? . . Pa a t Lo (D toI hOIO to 0 2.ti t.- t L% Ot. to Pm * 0. z to cz l a''apa a a to t a ko in t b. N § P to o x 000 o§i H 4 t- Lg. .0 0 L + * 10 L* :I *^*i .* zss -a .-44 . "" " § g ^ ^ r^ N N s I *; s ' - »*''*'- M44o*si'~g 0 ~ c; C.4 AN. . q I0 I 00 N tem a 4 I" 0 * ..h.I,. S Nm 10 m a~~Lt' ~ O W~~ -i 0 t %.t aq i11 *ribj d s t1-1i^i i al - ; - C E - 4 + N co t 44 OD pl,~ 0 0 0Z 0 0 0 0o 0 0 Op + + 00 A'd '4 rr( 1 rl r-I q r4 0 m 4, CO' ;q~ 04~ N A 0qHNW . l' i It Ui~l I . t- s Piia.dm 4( a I a :^ i l l i lll f ll ' i' i 53 ID10 *1 ! o| |1 ! | || 1 a~r oh ;3 ton.>&; to ci 00 a -.S ~fl a n'a »0 -6--4 N N...

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The Standard. SATURDAY, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

SATURDAY; APRIL 3. CORRESPONoDENCE, council news, and other items are held over till next issue. Several reports, etc. redeirv-:l too late. RAit*INLL observations at Mornington for 1909.-January 1 87 points; February, 1.50; March, 1.40. AT Flinders on Easter Saturday an important auction sale of desirable blocks and buildings will be held. Particulars are advertised. .CoNss.t:L: Holland, who has been doing duty at IM ::'ngton for the past 3 months, has returned to Russell Streetl Melbourne, on transfer. We are pleased.to notice that, after a very severe illness, M1r C. P. Stanway, the well-known tailor, is out and about again, and after business with his wonted energy and enterprise. Messes Alex Scott and L. Wilding advertise a large clearing sale at Cape Schanck on Wednesday, April 21st, when the whole of Mr Jas. Patterson's.houses, cattle; vehicles, implements, furniture, etc., will be sold without reserve. O. WVednesday,. April 14th, alarge un reaorvedaelearing sale.will..be held...

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Mornington Football Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

flornington Football Club. - ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Morningtou Football Club was held in thelodge room of the Mechanics' Institute on Monday night last, over 40 members being pre sent. Mr H. Menck occupied the chair, and briefly explained the object of the meeting. The annual report and balance sheet proved most satisfactory, showing a credit balance of £5 13; 111d. Mr Slater, in moving its adoption, made a fine logical speech, in which he referred to what could be done with a little energy. They had increased their finance, and it was their intention also to incre-se their position on the football field, for they had the " metal" to do it with and would do it, so long as unity existed. He also im pressed upon the players the necessity of havingabit of practice prior to the first match, as many new players had joined their rqnks. - - ` : - -I.t. hoen, who so suceessfully car ried out his duties as secretary and trea surer, was again elected to those positions, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

- Ar INVITAT FioN FOR: 1909.= Cordially Invite you to call, when next in Melbourne at their Salesroom, 66 Elizabeth St., For a few minutes rest and a refreshing Cup of Tea (gratis). Also, if not alreacdy using them, WRITE AT ONCE for FREE TESTING SAMPLES Of th-_ir delicious TEAS,. - COFFEES, - & - CCOOAS Please Warehouse and Factory: mention this 30 Flinders-street. Paper. Salesroom: 66 Elizabeth-street. Alcock & Co. Prop. Ltd. -SLAZENGER'S New Shipments of Tennis every Three Wo rths. Renshawv ... Ixs Demon ... 218 E.G.M ..- 35s AYRE'S Match 2 ... 816 Covered Balls, 16s 6d doz. 3 ... 6 Uncovered, Ios,- is doz. ,, "5 ... 12/6 155 & 157 ELIZABBTRI-ST., MELBOURNE. C. P. Stanway, TAILOR ROTHSCHILD CHAMBERS, 360 COLLINS ST., - - - ' Melbourne. TIHE BEST QUALITY GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. FIT, STYLE, QUALITY, AND PRICE my Motto. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. C.P.S. visits Frankston regularly, and may be seen at Gregory's HoteL Orders from all parts of the Peninsula attende...

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Tyabb Race Club. INITIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

S Tyabb .Race Club. -' INITIAL MEETING. President, Mr J. D. Grant; Vice-Presidents. Messrs C. Gray and 1V. Murray; Trea surer. Mr Chas. Unthank; Committee:- Messrs J. Haddock, H. Unthank, R. Maclaurren, R. VW.Slocombe, E. Robert son, C. Unthank, J. Sage, A. White, F. J. Mills, L. Connell, A. Co nell, W. Long. muir, J. Clarke. W. Pile and 0. Van Handicappers, Messrs H. Downward, J. Haddock, and F. Unthank-; Judges, Messrs S. Sherlock and W. Noble;. Starter, Mr J. Connell; Measurer of Ponies, Messrs A. White and G. Keast ; Clerk of Scales. Mr F. Mills; Clerk of Course, Mr C. Van ; Patrons :-Wm. Noble Esq., E. Foster Esq., G. Thornell Esq., J. Scott Esq., K. A. Martin Esq., J. Latchford Esq., J. Hodgins Esq.. P. Van suylen Esq., T. Williams Esq, G. Keast Esq., 1V. Longmuir. Esq., W. S. Cook Esq., A. K. Warner Esq C Tle above club held a very success ful meeting on Friday,--March 26th. The attendance was very good, and the entries numerous for an initial meet ing, there being forty-eigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Chamberlain's Tablets have proved re markably successful in curing stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation. One man was cured of a bad stomach trouble by these tablets after having spent -many pounds for medicines and treatment, with out any permanent benefit In cases of constipation they are mild and gentle in their action, and they leavelthe bowels. in a' natural and-rhealthy condition. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. Try them. You will'find them far superior to pills. For sale by all storekeepers. Send ;youri .printing orders to the STaSDisi Offce. A succession of'olds or a protracted cold is almost certain to end in chronic catarrh: from which few persons .ever : wholly rel cover. -Give every cold the attention it. de serves and you may-avoid this disagreeable. -disease. How'can you curea cold ? :Why not try Chlamrberlain's Cough Remedy ? It is highly .recommended. For sale by all storekeepers.. (gIi 'Mrs J. Carter, Gingell-street Castlemaine, Victora: says ...

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Councillors at Cricket. MOORABBIN v. FRANKSTON & HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Councillors at7Cricket. MOORABBIN v. "TRANK TON & HASTINGS. The Moorabbin councillors and offi cials arrived at Frankston in strong force on Monday iast. the occasion of the annual cricket match against the Frankston and Hastiugs shire coun cillois. Unfortunately, the weather in the morning was .very unpleasant for an enjoyable game of cricket, but the rain cleared off in the afternoon, and the ground dried considerably. The respective presidents (Crs. Baxter and Scudds) were the skippers, and the "conditions" of the match were as formerly, viz., each player to bowl two overs in turn,' and batsmen on reaching 25 to retire. The latter was only necessary in two instances, both on the. Moorabbin side, who proved winners of the game by 88 runs. Engineer Smith and Cr. Barnett opened for Moorabbin, the Engineer blowing clouds of thick smoke in the air as he contemplated the intricacies of the job. He saw the work fairly started and .left. with 4 againsi his name, but his pattiier ...

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Flinders Show. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Flinders Show. .'The fourth annual show of the Flinders A. and H. Society was held-in the sparcious grounds on Wednesday last, everything passing off splendidly. Entries were numer ons, the class-all-round good, and competi tion in the majorit- of sections very.- keen. The weather was rather cold aind threaten ing, and though the rain-held -off; -the at tendance was doubtless, smaller than it would have been with a nice bright day. We are unable to publish a full report this issue, and have deferred same till next, as an abridged account would not do the show justice.

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Formation of a Racing Club at Mornington. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Formation of a Racing Club at Mornington. An influential meeting of gentlemen desirous of forming a Racing Club was held in the lodge room of the Mle chanics' Institute, Mornington, on Saturday night last There was a splendid attendance, and Mr L Har rison (sen.) was voted to the chair, .Mr H. Downward officiating as secre tary pro tem. - After the chairman had exp'lained the object of the meeting, it was de cided to hold a Race Meeting. A good deal of discussion took place as to, whether the meeting should be run under t.heV.R.C. rules (which neces irs dcide the.c'lub was' jnst: its infancy, not to run the first meet ing under V.R C. rules. Mr Grice kindly gave permission for the use of the " Grange " for the race course, which action was greatly ap preciated by all present, it being one of the most picturesque sites that could be obtained in the district, as from every point a splendid view of the rac ing can be obtained. The following were appointed office bearers: President-Dr. ...

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The Kananook Creek. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. A FAVOURABLE RECEPTION. (SPECIAL REPORT.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

The Kananook Creek. -a----~- -I DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. A FAVOURABLE RECEPTION. (SPECI*L REPORT.) Frankston's bugbear-the state of the Kanauook Creek - was brought forcibly under the notice of the Min ister of Public Works (Hon. Mr Bailleau) on Wednesday morning, by a numerous and most influential de putation. The gentlemen present com prised Sir John Madden (Chief Jus tice), Mr A. Downward, M.L.A., Crs Baxter (Shire President), Sherlock, Cole, Messrs Pleydell (Shire Engineer), Rowa:n, Hart, Wootten, Burton, =Hogarth, Green, Freer, Brody, Hey mansen, Piercedale, Schultz, Sheridan, McKenzie, Bates, Stephens, Dixon, Wilson, Taylor, Reisch,! McNally, Biessel, Anderson, McDonald, and St-ack. Mr Downward i, formed the Minis ter that the deputation was waiting upon him in reference to the Kananook 1 Creek, at Frankston, which in its pre sent state was a menace to the health of the residents, and obnoxious to visitors who in summer time fl,cked to I _ grea numibers. They de "sired to g...

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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, MARCH 27TH, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Flindeis. and Kangerong Shire Council. SATURDAY, hMARCt 27TMr, 1909. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held at Dromana on Saturday, when there were present Crs Buckley (President), Davies, Stan ley, Shaw,, Chapman, Sharp, Marsden, Cain, and Clark. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. FINANCE. The financial committee recom mended the payment of accounts to talling £203 19s 6d.--This was adop ted. TENDERS. The following tenders were accepted: -E Byrne, metalling Flinders coach road; H Davies, culvert on Bittirfi road, near Davies, £19 10s; P. Van Suy!en, metal 120 yds fBittern road, at Gs 9d peryd ; J. Clydesl-' ., 250 yds metal, rocks th White bridge, 4s 3d per yd ; D. Jones, 250 yds blue metal, White bridge to Hearn's bridge, Gs per yd; G. Byrne, 160 yds from Bryne's quarry, Ss 3d per yd; Dayman, Centre Riding,; A. Clydesdale, 7s per day; Dayman, East Riding, H. Davies, Gs 6d per day, 10s horse and dray per day; Treacey and Co.'s, tender for sear...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

Tanti Monthly Market. MONDAY, .5TH APRIL. Alex. Scott &- Co. W ILL hold their usual Monthly Sale as above, at 1 o'clock sharp, when they will offer 8 Milkers 12 Springers * 11 Prime Fat Cows and Bullocks 20 Backward Cows 20 1 to 2-yr. old Heifers 13 1 to 2-yr. old Steers 10 Store Cows Account Mr John Cain 30 2 to 31-yr. old Steers and Heif ers, in fair store condition, and a few dry Cows. Alex. Scott & Co., Auctioneers, Dan denong and Korumburra. Special Advertisements FOR SALE.-Market WAGGON.-H. CAMEsoN, Frankston. F?ERRETS.-Five Good Working Does S For S.le at 10s each. L. G. COLE, Some, ville. IOR. SALE.-Mallee JINKER, Har ness and Cob. Cheap. CUTIII1EIT, Frankston. .nx ,a " r O',o -B. 0' (rL A DY,- Teacher of . I usic, has vacancy for Two Pupils, Mechanics" Institute, Frankston. TENDERS wanted for GRUBBING and CLEARING Two Acres of Land. For particulars apply J. HlAD IocKi, Hastings. W-ANTED.-Intelligent L1I. for Print ing Trade. Apply Sr.\atarn. Ollice - HENS th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

For Season's Trade C. DALMAN, Fankstoln BU!ni sTinFI , Is prepared to Fill All Seasonable Requirements. Every Customer Well Served. PRICES=RIGHT. GOOD GOODS SAND SHOES, ROPE SANDALS, For the Beach. LADIE S AND GENT8.' IGHT BOOTS & SHOES In Splendid Ad;ortment. QOOTS and SHOES MADE to ODES,. .Moderate Terms. BAY:ST.,:FRAN KSTON . T. RITCHIE AND CO. FRANKSTON ;Chaff and Grain Store. All kinds of Produce" n Stock. ? A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders.......... Prime Meat Only Kept. .............. Small Goods of Every. Description Fresh Daily. Rides and Skinq Bought............. Headache, Indigestion, Consiipation and Biliousness. -0 The immense number of orders for Fro-tuaids, sent by pi,?L direct to t..e Pro Pub:ie appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. ,.- .ua ble t'an.ii erdfmiiypent they r:mo:Lc from tale blood, tissues, and int..rn:.l or. r.ns, waste poisonous matter tha't is cl:' :: taie n:ud cuhok...

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FOOTBALL. CLUB FORMED AT CARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 3 April 1909

FOOTBALL. CLUB FORMED AT CARRUM.   A number of football enthusiasts met at Mr McCauley's on Saturday last. When it was decided to form a football club. R. W. Jones Esq. was appointed president, Messrs McCauley and A. Rigby, vice-presidents; with Mr Jas. Thomas secretary. A comn mittee was also appointed to arrange matches, etc. It was decided to leave the selection of a captain until first match, .which is expected to be played on Saturday May 1st.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909

GiRAND HOTEL, MORNINGTON. (Close to Railway Station). LOUIS HARRISON, Proprietor. Lord Byron says:.-"If a min won't let us know he is alive, he is dead, or should be.' WHISKIES :-SCOTCH-Bcchanan's (per bottle), 4s Sd ; Ubher's Special 4e Sd Walker's, 4s 3d and 2s 6d ; Walker's Special, 4s 8d and 2s 9d ; Watson's No. 10.4s Sd Deewar's Imp.'Liquer, 4s 9d; Bulloch Lade, 4s 3; Beggs' 4s Ed'; Dewar's Bulk Specially s'elected, mild, mellow, and finely matured Strathcona blend, 43 btle; 5s 9d qf, and 21s, 6d gallon; Flasks, large 2s 6d, small is Gd. [luSH :-Mitchell's Crown Proof Imp quart, 63 ; pints, 3s; Peacock, quarts, 5s 3d. RUMS :-Fine Old Jamaica, per bottle, 4s; Best Fine Old Pale,3s; do, gallon, BRANDIES:-Hennessy's 1 Star. Cs bottle; do 3 Star, 7s;: Iartell's 1 Star, Cs; do 3 Star, 7s; Hans Irvine-3 Star pure grape, equal to Rest French Cognac, very pure and malured spirit, 5s Cd; Bulk Brandy, special quality, 4s Cd; gallon, 20s Flasks, large 2s Cd, small, is 6d. d o pint., Cd : ...

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A Little Common Sense. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909

A Little Common Sense. In using any kind of medicine a little common sense is always neces sary. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are compounded to meet the. general requirements of man, woman, and child, both weak and strong, and in prescribing the doses of from one to four pills, the actual number neces sary in each case must be determined according to the age and condition- of the patient. .A dose however, should be sufficient to move the bowels at least twice, and although relief may be obtained at once, jit is always ad visable to take a pill or two -on- the following night. In some instances the first dose may causeataTittle piatinaz 854ckness ;iwhich will not recur subsequently - The cause is due to the large flow of -bile into the intestines, which the Pills have let loose. by opening .the con gested ducts which have been: clogged up, perhaps, for month's. Do -not blame the- Pills if under these con ditions you feel. sick. You will feel better afterwards, and if you adopt Dr Mo...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909

Sir,-As it has been inferred that some of the townspeople are against assisting in the mnaintenance of " The Frankston Girls' Cot" in the Chil dren's Hospital, because it takes the money out of the town, we beg to state that during the short time we have had the cot-seven children from our district have derived the benefit of it, as well as bhying a fortnight at the Convalescent Cottage, after leaving the Hospital. Every one's little assist ance adds very materially to the fund, which is one that every town should support as far as lies in its power, it not being like money that has gone out of the town for buildings, etc., and we hope that this impression will be removed and that the people of our district and town will join in helping to maintain " The Cot."-Yours, etc., on behalf of the committee, MIRS M. GREGORY, President. MRS CONNAL-DEANE, Hon.Sec.

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Sporting Items. CRICKET. CARRUM v. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 10 April 1909

.Sporting Items. CBICK3W CARRUM v. RAILWAYS. A match was played on the Carrum ground on Saturday last between the above teams. The visitors either un derrated Carrum or brought a very weak team, because they were ignomi niously defeated. The visitors haviug won the toss decided to bat, and ere long were disposes of for 21 runs. The home team when time was called had 143 for 7 wickets. The scores are as follows. RAILWAYS.. Scarlett, b Steel ... ....... 3 Fitzoatrick b Steel ... 3 Blaccman, b Steel ... 1 Cobain, b A Bethune ... . 1 McCrae, b A Bethune .. ... 0 Abbey b Steel ... ... ... 0 Ryan, not out ... ... 4 WVintle. stpd., b Steel i... ... 0 Donaldson, b A Bethune 6 Downs, b A Bethune ... ... 0 Crook, b Steel ... ... 3 Total ... ... ... as Bowling-Steel 6 for 10, A Bethune 4 CARRUfM. Forsyth, c and b Fitzpatrick ... 10 Drummond, I b w, b Donaldson 3 ".J.Bethuno b. Donldaon-,-..., H Steel, ; 40 CRigby, ,,. ,,-.. 7 Byers. b Downs . . ... 18 T Bethune, sipd., b McCrae ... 20 A Rigby,...

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