NviIIKin addii ins jurare lr\ verba maestri.
Being bound lo swear lo the l)o|ma< if no Master.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. October 9. 191}
II H. DI l'i t. II.
Eon I m I't in ir i i'ii
OFFICE > ii MARKET -TIM! 'i
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r. ii Boi h.
II i day, Vednei i 11
tiuf)I* copj ... J.I.
lav linn -.l.ii .i ml S..I'
s 11 I i ... I !
Weeklv ... ... 4Jil
Monthly < |d
I'xvvn IN IDVA!
\ i pi
f. .i i
tin seconil ii'
in < 'in .I erlh'ii-
\.l\ Til 1 p.
II!!'. -!1 I> M V M UK
< IP FRL'I IS
V I'.. I), P. II.
ii' of ill
i lv.il -i,j
hr.iltliv, hi live sh is \
use ul fni'. ! nlmosl
aui In ii 11 .' .\ ho I'll Ii iu-
ii fruitarian ; la id avoid Fl< sh
tan l\ di-\' j .: ii ii I low
run plfxioil iimi
,'iiMi ing ni'M' i .i : 1 !
II .' till i en !'
Anemia ha* been '
treated hya fiuil dirt, I If A i
ford, nfPnt t" R rela'i the<
' 11 ; i
i...i,ihtn Ii i I
f illi'ii In less ilian .i quai ter ol the
urn in ii. In i i i ee mnuihs mi ,i liel
isting ol I ill- thi* i liild
fl health, and ihe liem
lobin ii se lo the n irmal. I i
i'i tui acquainted irh
I lltlll" nils Sllllll II | KM*, .Mill Wil".
compelled lo i.....Iud> 111 >t anim il
I le h i- i">t nei e sai y for ilia
pmvision nl pure blond and s< mnd
pliy icnl health:
Drinking two to fuui glasses of
lemon water daily j an excellenl
means of reducing weight, provide
. il um alto cuta down hit ra i ions
and engages in a reasonable
amount of physical exertion.
Children whose tastes have not
bet ii nn guided and pen ei led
enjoy fruit. Il i 'lie rwd
i i' her than lb* butch r's shop that
the small boj is likely to visit.
He pisses the meat shop without
|iution lint when he s>
display ol b ml iful, lu
I' ii it, ins.....uili begi ns to
l is no better f' id foi rhil-
\ I ihe 'in d in" '
it I.ii.ii I ..I undantl) in
I 'i. Burnev Yen ret ommend;
M' l certain fot ins "I
11 ir catai i li as w ill as f,,r
ition combined with
lion of the liver, I
Is m iv be taken daily, Phe
grnpe-cuie is helpful in the case 'I
hemorrhoids and certain heart
a i, la congestion ( lh<
11 organs, a
i often bi i
i 11 t' i 11 ill constant ut
the i iiarian diet is one i'I ihe
lir-t preventives thai e i
i\ iIn' irtvas on nl
i i in lint means a | re,
t, ..ii" tii ii is 11 i ii mi
li rtful ingredients.
the I i ndon I 'Met nf ihe
lit Pnn incial Repoi ler'
I. IVI RS' DliAl M COMPA( T.
.IL Peltrowitz, j gradu ite of
P >n I Iniversi iv, i ged ^.', and
Ins h 1 I 'i merlj Mi-- Ackermnn,
1 liei affi ctii 11 1
ai I ti >levt' 'oil. New le ihen
1I1 epl y ol a 'la-s of v
1 onl.......ig I" IjIoi l'i'' of mercury,
tinctured with grape juice. H>th
a 11' epot led 10 be a waiting 11
at Englewoud Hospital, and their
ambition, lo die together, witl
|.i 1 il ''K Iv gratified, because by
1 lie t nne the surge ins had usi il the
stomai li pump*, the pois n I> < I
is< 'I bed into the s\ stem, nd
the di struct ion of t he vital 01 gnna
The il tuble If iged) is B sequel,
rding lo Ihe husband, <>f ihe
f.n lure on his part to induce Ins
fathei to approve nf the man
withthere>ull thai tli" f ungcouple
fou I themeselves i onfronted
witl 11 painful an I unexpected pros
pect ol earning theii own livelihood
by hard work, l\heir marriage ro
mance was happy enough for two
weeks, by which tim their i
chiefly expended on honey-moon
expenses, were exhausted I lie
bride groom then nought Ins lather
and ex pi aided ihe situation, but
was unable to enlist Ins symp ithy
for the marriage, of which he diw
Asked why they took bichlot
of Mercury, the m iri replied: "Why,
everybody's doing it now. We
in the newsp ipers how a banker in
. ind we thought we
might follow his example. It is a
N rrible tbing for a young m in to
be disc i ited by his p irent and loste
Ins allowance. One's relations
should think well before leavi Ig 1
follow 'to the mercy of a pitil
w 01 Id I low ever, tent to
die, and all we ask is to die together
a 1.1 be buried togethi r.
IGNORANCE OF MOTHERS.
The Domestic Sciences Section of
the S.mit.'it> Congres al I ci ter,
". hich n ere a mposed of lad
on Thursday last under lb
, Mayoress (Mrs, II. W,
Miss Anderson, of Gr
of the belief prevalent in
some parts of Scotland that sulphr
ami whiskey weie very goo i i ure
for measles, (LaughterJ One mo.
stated thai as her boy did n t
like the mixtureshe put it in Ins te i
Miss Con way Henderson cited
as an instance of improper feed-
1 he 1 nt 11 li of a mothi r
1 nine 'he death of her
ii-.liv. "I cannot think why the babj
died," she laid to another woman.
'di was such a good little thing,
sh" would e it anything-bacon
11 I chips and al\"As an example
ol superstition she told of the sun
prise of a visitor to Somerset, who
was told that a neighbour wanted
to catch a live frog to put in the
baby's mouth to cure an attack of
thrush. In Manchester she said
girls frequently told her that the
j's nails must no' be cut bul
bil ten c mse cutting i
jit li ul luck to the baby.
TOR CLAIMS HE CAN
Woman lives for 35 minutes after
Dr.Pioin liiin.a Paris iurgeon,makes
tue on fourth p igej
1 II V TRIG U NE
Thursday, October 9, 19l>
VVe are glad to sec in yester-
day's issue of the "Nassau Guar
dian" an article on the Homi
Rule Question from the "Times'
(>ur readers may remember
that when the present Home
Rule Bill was inti wJuced, and
5 tveral times si rice then, we have
insisted that some form of Home
Rule for Ireland was both i
dient and inevitable. \\ e have
'! I- 'I .ill along thai eventually
1 ompromise would settle the
question, and although on tin
surfai e a settlement bj conseni
I ^ks unlikely at present, wi
think that under the surfai 1
are at work which ma) bi ing
aboul thisdesirable result.
I hose leading Unionist dail-
ies, the "Times" mid the "Dailj
telegraph" and the weeklj
'Observer" have all admitted
that Unionist policj .is regards
this question has become.....difi-
Pd. 11 should not be fi rgottcn
ich of these papi rs is un
der separate management. Lord
Burnham practically owns the
"Telegraph" and his kinsman
Mr. II. I.. VV. I awaon, M. P.
manages it. Mr. Lftwson was
Unionist in 1886, I iladstonian
II me Ruler in 1803 ..ml Union
i-t from ,,,,, onward. It is time
for him to turn 11..me Ruler
again. The rimes" (like the
"I'ailv toail") is cwiii,,,||L.,1 by
Lord Northcliffe, and the "Ob
server" ,s financed bv Mr. W.
Astor and edited bv Mr. J. I..
Garvin who has split from Lord
Northrliffe and is opposed to
him now on l"isr;d policy. It is
lignifficant that these journals
representing three distinct forces
i'i Unionism, should speak with
" a voice ontfcis subject. Lord
Grey speaks more definitcB on
the problem ihau do the three
".''''" ......|v| I1'pets named
nbove. He is for a Federal solu-
tion mainly on the lines of t ie
1 "dian Confederation. He
r>s hod at the plan of the
Government Bill, bui in the
main he really means the same
cluding Scotland, Wales and
1 rland in the schema at the
same time that Ireland is de ill
with, and giving North-I
J Ister separate treatment. The
Liberal plan is to federalist1
piecemeal, taking Ireland first.
on the democratic principle that
Ireland is ripe for it fust, and
!>\ an overwhelming majoritj
demands it. The other < ounti es
would he dealt with separate ly
and any needed readjustments
could l>e made when the whole
scheme was brought intoo] era-
t f ,ii-
The Liberal view is that in
the best interests of Ireland it is
not advisable to divide Ulster or
any part ol it In 'in the rest of
In land. Tin- [
ter t iuardian"suggests that Ul- |
ster be given ront'ol of lai
education, and pi dice within her |
ow n borders, ;md l:o''s on to sav
-li might noi siiisl\ Ulster, but
then I Ister has nn right, hoi
only ti 1 1 eject 11- >me Rule hir it
self, but to f,,i bid hi,, ilie n si
ItOUght not lo be left out ,,f
account that the Government |
has a great tactical advantage
in that it has passed its Bill
twice through the Commons,
,ind app are to be strong enough
to convert it unto an Act of
Parliament next sumnn r. A
cool-headed man like Mr. As
quith is not likel) to forget tins
d it should come to -t 11 k 111 ^ a
bargain with tin- otliei side, 111 1
can he forget thai nol onlv \.i
tionalists hut Radicnlsni'd Lab-
ourists are ardent I Inme Rulers
and w uid not tolerate a betray
al of the cans .
If however, no compromise
could be ellecled, and if (which
is unlikely^, the Government
were to be thrown nut in fi
they could pass the.r Mill, and of 1913 nl Toronto, returned
if a Tory Government were to Tuesday's steamer looking re-
come into power, Ireland would arkably fresh after his anlu-
get Home Rule frm the fWii ",|s labours. He made go "I use
MR HOWARD N. CHIfMAN
Mr. II N. Chipman the Cus-
todian of our exhibit at I*hc
Can nbaii National L\hibition
his ,w llting tin e
in some shape, though it migln "
receive a different name. The V'ork by t iking a trip to Bermu
"Daily Telegraph" truly sa\s da which h enjoyed irery much,
that the man is ,, very short and was astonifhed by the veil<
sighted Unionist who thinks "' irist travel there in
that no change is nectssarx in I summer lime.
the government of Ireland. It 1 ^( ;' viewed Mr. Chipmau
quite clear that change there with reference to tin exhibition,
must be, to whichever side the ;n"' rortowfngare his imprest
victory in the present contest onsol and observations upon the
Admiral Grinnell, Retired In-
tor of the Japanese Navy,
who has spent several months in
"in city leaves for New York
to morrow. Mis (irinnell, his
walks Benches by the thou*
sand 11' sc itteied in profusion
all ovei toai c mho I ite the si jdit
seers, Ban Is of unsurpassc I ex-
in dispense music to the
[crowds from morning lo night,
sui li iids is the Irish Guards
1 d C 11 is all w 01 Id famous
I li es ii the Main entrance
open al a in. and then Starts
a sti,, |y stream of humanity
poming in until late -it night.
In the first week the total num-
ber oi 1 nilies at gate numbered
over 1 1 I.500 and before the end
of ch ism 1 week (he long de
siied million mark' had been
.passed, and the greatest annual
grral fair, at which the Balm 1 Exhibition had come to a close
mas rn idea decidedl) creditable \ Wlt|, everv exnactatiun fulfilled.
11 'I e iram e, w hich we 11 usl will j
had up 10 profitable hnsiin-ssj OnC.,fthe largest and most
relations. ;pretentious buildings was the
Kirst let me try and describe'Government building siutated
the en irm uis spue Covered bvj.it the main entrance to the
the pretentious buildings, the 1 grounds, and as luck would
genial wife, will accompany grounds cover an area of over! have it, the Bahamas secured
him. The" Tribune" wishes them
bon voyage, and hopes that ere
long it will have the pleasure of
welcoming the n to our shores
}00o acres laid out in beautiful
streets and avenues. Mowers
and palms of ever} description
fill iii the green spaces between
I the various hand stands and
the finest position in the entire
building, 1 me on entering by
the Grand stairway would be
met by the Bahamas Court, re-
splendent with trophies of the
K I B I N I
son ;ind I;iikI, and its large coal
of nr n-. emblazoned on .1 ba k-
gmuud ..I darV biii k, lordly
palms hi' the tropics |>nt colour
10 the display. I lie court was
besie . I ritli Bight seers in
serried hosts and the questions
aske I and answered were le
1 n Next to mil section came
British Gui ma with her run.
rice and su<;ar, tins display
made me think <>f elections
won and lost. Following (iui-
ana 1 nne Trinidad, St. I.n ia,
St. Vincent, Barbadwea and la**!
but not leasi Jamai a il eked in
her bi's', displaying her w
attracted fair crouds 4o her ex
dibit \.< 1 11c say Mr. Editor,
the Bahamas, ihouch small in
itself com pi ted ith her large
neighbours and if the prai*
the m issescount, outsh ne them.
Let us 11 >t relax our efforts I 1
ever b.....11s Isle of |ierpetual
summer to the fore as .1 greai
tourist centre. Nature h is en
dowed us u nli her shifts in plen
ty, and it is up to us ;.s a pro-
gressive i.i' < to ever I"- ir in
mind Uwl advertising, and ad
vertising alone mil be the
means f bringing us in the limp
" I he Ktrombus" was a
send I' ir I had absolute!) n
other fiteraiure, cxcei : 1 small
number of la*! year* cirru tars ol
Messrs Saw vei \ Co News|
men pr n'sed I'lieStrombus and
many others pronounced it ex-
cellent. \s theother islands were
distributing their literature
free, I distiibuted "I lie Strom
bus" free, and consider d it well
woi th its pmt. in f icl cheap, as
on advertising medium for the
Loloni W e must advei 1 ise.
Need I *aj. follow Bermu la.
nuke thai vour slogan, Bahfl
mi.in. .111,1 1 .11-w th other B
n iih.id si. .-nil prosperity
awaits you. Bermuda, at the
pH sen! lime, is filled with Am
in mid Canadian tourists I
I speak i> .hi eye u itn s- ; two'
weeks ago I visaed Bermu la '
and saw Conditions for 111 wll
The S. S. "Bermuda"',the stea 11
it that I sailed from Ne \ "> .11.
on, had milv tqi fire| cabin
tourists for l ini'id.i. i,i the
middle of September. Wake up
Bahamas, you have the charms,
but the world knows \ mi rjol.
\li Chipmati inform* us that
there is a strong disposition in
Canada to extend and en-
large the scope of the exhibition
and to obtain the participation
of foreign powers by govern-
Inasmuch as we hive made our the husband dies, leaving his
mail; at this last exhibition, it wife and young daughter penni-
would be well In us to follow less. Margaret, a voung woman
up the success l\v continuing to whose only family is a son,
ex ibit, and improving our ex- Paul, takes her in and cares for
hilnt. her. Paul and Virginia grow up
1 together. They are childho id
We are pleased to learn from 1 sweethearts. As they grow to
Mr. Chip-nan that Messrs Adams manhood and womanhood the
and O'Neil of New York are ties strengthen. The aunt of tie
making pi osals for the estab- mother of Virginia write, that,
lishm nt of a pennanent Baha- as sin fears death and that she
miaii exibit of lo-ii store .is an dreads the possibility of her es-
t ise men t of the Colony, tati to Btraugers, sin- will
I Ilis is such an excellent pro- educate and provide for Virgi-
1 I ive think, thai every effort nia if she be sent to France.
should be made foi its adoption, The governor arranges for her
Frances F..* l<-ft Miami this After Virginia has sailed for
noon with .m passengers and 16 France the mother of Paul, not-
bags mail for Nassau. Due to,iMK hj8 melancholy mood, in
arrive here early to-morrow. :is |,j HSt0 t|,e circumstan-
..., ,. * ... ., "Ibis birth, which she tells
I p Mail Steamer Vigilan ,,,,, preclude the possibility of
irnved this morning from his marrving Virginia. In France
1 A."'' ' V) pin4-rs \'irgi....., ,.,;.,.,, , mP arms of
transit to New York. greataunt. She is told thai
is to be a countess. As a
p b nin ir\ she is sen) t-> a eon-
vent t be educated. While she
is there ill the letters that come
fro n M irtinique for Virginia
I tear Kditor :
What h is become of tl '
water waggon ? Stir u 1 Civil
Engineer and lei us nave a
square lirh ish deal.
It is with mu ii resjrel "1 it
1 ml the death of Lucinda,
the w ife i-l oui friend Mr.Jas \
l 11 idf ley and WC offer the bereav-
ed husband our sincere svmna-
.. ., ,' an intercepted l>v her great
us. \h\ ti idfrev gave birth tn u ,, ,,- ,.
.-, **, 1 aunt. a ick in the Island the
an 111 i. 1 nt at .( 11 clink yesterd iy
afternoon, and passed awav at
'I'le- babv Is rtotrrg well.
The funeral will take placi il
I: jo 1 Ii is afternoon. Interment
in I'.benr/ei Ccan tai v.
T ie Imperial The itre will
present to morrow evening the
play "Paul and Virginia" from
the greatest work ->f the note I
I iich author Bernardiii de
|ii, straight diam 1, and seri
mu-.. I'h >re is 'i com dy in it.
[t is a st n>- of e ill*" Franc . th
, -in- illg to the Island of
Martinique, the > t" France
ag lin. a id hac to Martinique
Th setlin.'- of latter see ns
Kho v considerable c ire, beirg
mother and friends ol the girl
in France cannot understand
her sil.-n <. Virginia is annoved
by the attentions of a dissolute
nobleman. She refuses to have
,\iw thing to do with him. As a
1 dt her greataunt disowns
her Virginia sends word to the
isl rid that she is coming horn .
and sails A storm sweeps the
roast as the vessel bearing Vir-
1 in ars the coast. The vil-
I igeis ire all watchins for the
ship. As the craft founders Paul
1- an ineffectual alter pt to
save Vir ,'inia. The body of \'ir-
gmia is found on the b lacll in
I ie in uning. It is 1 atil who
discovers it. riiere is -. s demn
funeral. It is attended bv the 1
soldiers, by sisters, by all the,
neighbors and the natives. The|
next morning Paul goes down
tutiful 2 Reel Feature
Paul and Virginia
Adapted from St. Pierrie'i
OTHER INTERESTING REK1S
COME AND SEE
MnRANCES K." sails for
F Harbour Island
Saturday night, Oc to be r
1 ith, at 11 o'clock. Leaves
Harbour Island, 4 p.m. Sun-
Ten Shillings Round Trip.
Particulars and Tickets.
Office FRANCES K.
Oct. 8, 1913. ______
ACOMPKTBN r M \\\ to
, ire for, and dove, a team
of Ni ii Ie-.
I. s. JOHNSON CO.
0 toVi 6th, 1913. _____
HOUSE FOR RALE
IN (Jnod condition
" The Shamrock"
Pi 1 \ S| IC't ( "il V.
, .... iicai iinniini. 1 out r> **' 11
inhige degrt-e primitive. I he n|| the beach, to the spot where
interiors in the I'm, I, scn.es he aud V,rBinia bad spent so
have be-'it laid wiln due atten-
tion t-i lnsioin al hi curacy. The
i.istumes are (if the period.
There is a wide variety of tint-
ing, winch materially adds to
the eli mu "f the picture.
The Btorv, which is in two
parts, opens with a secret wed-
ding, A young woman, of aris-
tocratic lineage, marries De la
Tour, a young nobleman. The
relatives of the bride cast In 1
out, the young couple go to
Martinique, where s year I iter
many h ippy hours. It is here
lhat the mother of Paul finds
bun beyond the reach of further
NO I K I'.
F'REeH FRUI I Just Receiv H
per S. *, "Segur mca" Selling
nt Reasonable Prices vis
IAS L. SUNDKR-s. ft. CO
I) t. 8th 1913-
October o,th 1913.
Piedras Negras, 7.After
breaking through the relief
hues at Peyotes today the van
guard of the federal army to-
night is reported within strik-
ing distance of this oity, provi
Bional capital of the rebels.
Boston, 7 -The steamer City
of Atlanta tonight arrived here
from Savannah bringing to |h**
the ciew of the schooner Frank
Ii. \\ 1 herbee, wliich bad cap-
night after collision with the
Panama. 7. -The Village of
Tomosi, in the western repub-
lic, according to a report as > et
unconfirmed was totally de-
stroyed by an earthquake on
I II K T R I H II M-.
THERE ARE REASONS
why good housewives
It is guaranteed absolute!)
pure, and therefore will n >t
injure the clothes. It works
for you, and at the same time
saves you money. It is the
best soap that skill and monev
can produce. (Jive it a trial
and you will be convinced of
LEVF.R RROTIIKRS LIfrtlTKI).
PORT MMKiiir, hnulanu.
IT 7H would iform all who appreciate i.....d Smoke thai we now
VV have on h .nd an extensive Stock of 11 W \\ \ CIGARS. VV
guarantee our hrand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Filler* throughout.
I!,, i re manufactured .mi oui pn skilled workmen
and gn pains are taken to produce an article o( supenoi quality,
flu- success w,' have met with in the past l< i ntlytttexpect
the D '.....WB.
1 |. L SAI NDI RS A Co.
tin- remarkable claim that y
ii ol an operation lie succeeded
i itoi ing 10 life for thii ty-five
niinuti s i woman \\ bo had died
ton minutes earlier.
He explained to the Academyof
nee that the woman had been
run ever by a motor car, which
! -. i tier chest, tlie I<-ft part
ol the heart bavirg burst, the
wound being nearly three inches
The surgeon sewed ii up afl lin,
injected << serum and massaged the
heart. A minut< wards the
: beat again, ;> d the woman'?
pulse was clearly perceptible, bui
35 minutes later the woman
I lie result of tli;~ wonderful
o| ii ion, tt< cl ires Dr. Bouchon,
i* \......f that in the case "f bu Iden
death from a knife wound, or any
cle i Form of traum itisni of the
hem i, it would 1 t possible lo
bin >y i dead person t'i life again
ami keep him alive, pro^ ided the
npi r;itioo be perfi >i n ed immedi-
ST W'hAkl) OIL CO'S
I >i ums no (iallons.
11 vered Wharf .1. P. Sands
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
Cash on Delb
C. I'. SW.\M RS.
-r| teml t i m .
HOUSES, Business Places and
and Chun hi I, Con-
is taken foe anv large Iniilding,
I lectric Motors, Fans, Magnetos,
skillful Automobile and Mot i
F.ngine i e| ailing.
A Chauffeur if required ty any
\l chanical Pipe Fitting, etc.
All work satisfactorily done in
inner ti --ait the mosl critic '.
Address Ii. H. I. M \SON,
P. O. Boa I ,
or 'Tribune' Office,
"T*MIS is In remind the Public
| of the Old Stand N. S. Elliot's
l,.m,., Shop) Enal Bay Street,
which is now under the Manage,
I Wll'.s \. EVANS
CONTR ICTOR AND JOINER
11 ind made Coffins of every iles.
cription, I "ii I1" pared i" bivi
\,,'\ excellent wmk Beet "f r<
Foi luriiin ,see us. A'-
miee lo satisf) you and ir,
i nnlid.'nt that \\a i an suit
Best N'o. i lie arl 510. Cyp
Shingli 1.60 per lliou-
I lia 1 unts on lots ni 1 >ver
also on ; gradesalso
5111. ; a1 <-7- per=""/>
thou bundles. This
pi; ible by a very
Fn k arriving evei
C C SAUNDERS.
11 1-1 Bay -in t, it
1 ; itpied by I'. P.
Sim 11 p ess 11 n gn 11; isi.
. |i| vl\ Id,
1 EK K. MCX IRI
THE WORLD'S JUDGMENT
1 ful the ii.iuii'
T^HIS is to 1 nt-r 11 my P itrom
I and the Public in (lew al
tint l |i ive opened my Public
I'.l.i- K S null Shop; arid am how
. to do anything in the line "I
(ieueial repair ni new woi k 11
shoeinc *ueciaHy. All work done
P. A. Ployler,
., n IJ -t"" I rS< fWh ill
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION SEED"! from I'enenfl
and all nthet V'e retable. *< e 1
A I 10 ITE'H
1 ,, Bay tot* 1
Lloyd \i shows tins
; of the majority.
1 oi the Slaw lard
guarantee is the Stan-
dar 1 M ["] Construe-
tiou 1 .171 Pint ^t.,
Jersey City, N. -I-
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, N. P.
Agt ni for the Bahamas.
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, JvjsI Received;
till SHOF.M W
lame 1 I he line,
ncan l'i 1
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