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f) ping on the west const of America is demoralized. A Japanese squadron of eight ships is Hearing the scene. Santiago Chili.:—No news has yet been received of tiie Goodhopc Glasgow, Otranto, Leipsig or Bremen. None of them have entered any Chilian port. The Scharnhorst, Gneisennu and Nurnberg were at Valparaiso for one day only. Paris:— No change in battle situation, but German attacks at Ypres and Arras were repulsed. Great Russian victories have occurred in Gallicia and East Prussia. Special to the Nassau Guardian Received on Sunday New Vork, Nov. 8th. The Russians have thrust the Germans back. The latter battle furiously to keep (be Russians from crossing the Wrath River. The Germans have dug trenches twenty miles to the rear of their right wing for retrea-. The Kaiser is hastening 150,000 troops to the assistance of the shattered right wing. The German losses have been terrible. November 9th 1914 GOVERNMENT PRESS London r—The Russians have dnyen the Austrian* back into Galirirrand establish themselves on the East Prussian frontier. The Germans arreported to be moving large bodies of troops who have been fighting in Poland to oppose the Allies in Belgium and France which means that they be lievs a smaller force can keep the Russians from entering Silesia. Both sides have reinforced and attacks and counter-attacks occur without advantage to either. 'I he Russians are bombarding Turkish ports and several Turkish transports are reported sunk. The British are engaged with the foe in Asiatic Turkey. The Anglo-Japanese fleet that bombarded Tiring Tau, it is believed, will now hunt down the German warship* in the Pacific. The Germans destroyed all their war vessels and merchant ships at Tsingtau. Lima, Peru: —Have the Japanese captured the German ships? A rumour to that effect is current, but not confirmed, and in felicitaiionsexchanged by both Britishand Japanese Admiralties over the fall of Tsingtau no mention is made of the capture of the Scharnost and Gneisenau. Washington :— Villa will respect and makrrespected the laws of the Mexicaw people and declares that General Guiterez the new provisional president is in accordance with the will of the people. It is |reported that Cirranzi meditates an attack on the Ameri. can troops at Vera Cruz and m.-ft. THE TIGER is one of the most destructive of animals, and is a source of much danger to life. SUNLIGHT SOAP preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but it is a source of destruction to all dirt and uncleanliness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger in a single night, cannot be compared to the amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP is an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. TRY IT. USB te r s are being closely watched by the American government. Valparaiso : —,\ Chillian steamer has left Valparaiso Hying the Red Cross flag, presumably looking for the British en iser Monmouth which is reported being ashore. Washington : — Cotton product* have lost $450,000,000 this yeai owing to the war and presen. prices are the lowest in i6*years. Washinton:—Th tedeial |C eminent hasialled on tne assistance of state officials in the fight t 1 eiadicate the cattle disease present in ten states. All cattle from the stock yards for the past 60 days are being traced and destroyed. Washington :—The big cotton loan is not a violation ol the federal anti trust laws according to the opinion of the Attorney General. PICKED UP November yth 1914. The G'rmans are now on the defensive both on the Russian and French Belgium battle lines. Their defeat at the bands of the Russians has been crushing. Berlin is alarmed at the rapid advance of the Russian*, The Allies on Sunday were successful along the line, smashing their way through the Germans near Vailly and advancing in many places. The Germans were only MCCtS-a ful at one point west of Argonne, where they succeeded in taking an important position near Vieene. It it expected that Greece will declare war on Turkey. The merchants of Vera Cruz have signed a petition asking Americans to leave that city. Mexicans killed three Americans near Chihuahua Sunday. The Americans were bound fora |MCh when mounted Mexicans fired on them. The Americans from behind a wagon kept the Mexicans at bay until their ammunition gave out then the Mexicans charged and overcame th m. They were tortured before kibed. November qth 1914 GOVKHNMKNT I'UKSS London : —.The Germans are now on the defensive say the Allies. I hat Russia will he crushed is the assertion made by Germany. She says tint there are three nnlli00 Germans 00 the fighting line from Thorn to Cracow and the Russian army will be allowed to advance to tiie frontier where they will be crushed. I here can he no doubt of the coming battlasay the Germans. It was neccessary, they bold, to Bllow them to advance to the frontier to prevent their making good their retreat after being defeated. The German casualties last week were 57,000. The cruiser "Geier" has been ordered interned by the United States government -it Honolulu. To the westward the Germans have given up the atfmpt to bieak the Allies line and in the •ast they have f.,||en back over their border linein East Prussia and in Poland, while the Russian cavalry have penetrated Silesia to the north of llaliez and cut the road. The French have retaken all positions l"st by them during the week, not iblv in the Aisne Valley. The roads in Russia are hardening with frost and the armies '•in move rapidly. Nothing important has occurred in the near east. New York: Guitcrrez, the new President of Mexico is reported to have been seized and confined by General Villa because he refused to be dominated by Villa. It is reported that the new president had j^iudtated the acts of the Caircntas conven tion. 1 1 Valpariso: Noconvfmation of a naval battle of the cpast of Peru and Chile is had here. Chilean vessels fail to find even wreckage. New York /Henry Siege! the department store king goes to trial at Geneva, New Vork, on 14 indictments growing out of the failure of the Siege! Depart ment Stores and Banks. Miami: This city was visited yesterday by the heaviest down pour of rain for the present year Iall the streets being Hooded. Notice W F would call the attention of our friends in Nassau and on the OUT ISLANDS to the following prices on lumber which will go into effect from to-day. Alt ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft. 6/3 per 100. All DRESSED lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100. All ROUGH and DRESSED to 16ft. 10/5 per 100. ANYTHING over 16 ft. IJ/6 per 100. (above up to 8 ins. wide| ,^ These prices are fc^fCASH absolutely and boin^ WAR prices are made to help the public and are subject to change without notice The Baha mas Timber Co. Ltd. COCOANUTS BAHAMA ISLANDS I r is now possible for owners of land with fully bearing trees to prove its value and ob tain rents. For further particulars \pplv to J. THEO. FAR RING TON Nassau. N. P. Agent for Bahamas ProdVot Marketing Company 139 Cvptkall lloutt Coptkatl Avenue 3. Mo London, B. C Notice T HIS is to inform my Patrons t and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Dlack Smith Shop; and am now leady to do anything in l :, e luje ol General repair or new w rk ALuse Shoeing Specially. All 1 ork vine 1 Mechanically. P. A. HUYLER. Buy East St. f Wharf/



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V) 0) o 0) +-> ci) ft, a S < Nulllua addicius |urare in verbs, me.ni*tri. Being bound to awear to the Do|mu %  >{ no M&ater. VOL.X. N&aaau. N. P., Bahatnaa, Monday. November 9.1914 L. OILP.KRT DUI'UCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICK: :-44 MAKKKT STREET %  %  > '^u,N. P., Bahamas •P1IOXK 2B0. p. o. BOX m. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday-rsingle copy IJ Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday— sin-le copy t(] Herkly ,,. jrf :.M.Jd Quarterly s fl.iIf Yearly... '" £ Year| y i 6s. PAYABLE IN ADVANCK Advertising Ratal:Six pence per line f"r first insertion; three pence per line fa second taatrtioo : aadooe penny per line foraubaquent inaattiona \ lvertfcemotundei eight lines*!* Publication began at 4 p.m. • Motor "France £.** left Miami this morning (exact time not radiograrned) with 7 paaasngefa 31 bays mails, an.I supply "\'. V. Heralds" ..ml "Miami Heralds." — :o:— IN THE SUPREME COURT N')v.iili, u)n. The C>urt met at 10.3') a, m. Present, His Honour Daniel Tudor K. C,Chief Justice, The Acting Registrar, H. 0. Malcolm, Esq. K. C W. E. S. Calender, Esq Barrister at Law, Thad.le .s A. Toote, Esq., Barrister at Law The only case on Civil Docket was th a of G. L. Bad? ea II. B.M. Johnson, for Broach >f Contract Mr, Malcolm for the Plaintiff, Mr. Ca I lender and Mr. Toote for Defendants. Mr. Mai olm moved that a day be fhted for thefial, when Wednesday 11.'xt at 10.30 a.m. was fixed by court Jury discharged until that day. I he l ourt adjourned to Wednesday next the nth inst. :o: — GOVERNMENT NOTICES Up to Nov. 3, 1914 and in elusive of Oct. -Vjth 101 |. H F. Armbrtster, Esq to be Acting Private Secretary ind Clerk to the Executive Council Until further notice. So. 233 1 asaa RoJerick S. Sims to be Art.,'. Commissioner at Rum Cay. Cattle Act. 1909 extend*?.! to Moore's Island and Sandy Point, Abaco. &f Quarantine on Cuba raisedSamuel Roberts appointed District Constable at Moore's Island. H. N. Bufnside Esq., Commissioner 3rd Division is placed in chatge of Wat lings Island District. Abraham L. Store appointed District Constable for Little Fortune Hill Big Fortune Hill, and Fa-quharson, Watling's Island. George Ferguson for Victoria Hill, North. The Rev. M. M. J. Cooler is appointed Commissioner of the Public Board of Works at \\ atling's Island. E. V. Solomon, Esq. Temporary Member of the B wrd of Works for the Island of New Providence during the absence from the Colony of L. G. Brice, Esq. W. C. B. Johnson, Esq. during the absence from the Colony of R. II. Curry, Esq., Elijah Young appointed Local Constable at Batinerinati Town, Eleuthcra. Miss Kathleen Bannister appointed Acting Assistant Clerk in Post Office. .?. M. Rae granted vacation leave of absence from the 5th inst to 15th December next. ,A. K. Solomon appointed Actg, Stipendiary and Circuit Magistrate during the absence of J. M. Rae. P. C, C. Lighthoum granted four weeks vacation leave of absence. The Honourable T. V. Matthews 1. S. O., appointed a member of the Visiting Committee Nassau Prison to 31st March 1915, T. M. K. Moulder, t<> he Snh Censor, and Frank Holmes, to he Junior Censor in connection with the Defense.Scheme of the Colony, with effect from the 9th inst. Latest War News RADIOGRAMS November 8th 1914. London November 7th 1914. Governor, Nassau. November 7th, following from Press Bureau: linemysattacks are less Vigorous and the process of pressing them back progresses slowly but steadily. Our advance is most marked south of Dixmude awd toward Gheleweldt. The-fall of Tsintau has been officially confirmed. In the Pacifcc engagement the Goodhope, Monmouth and Glasgow engaged the Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Leipzig and Dresden. The action lasted one hour. A serious explosion caused the Goodhope to founder. The Monmouth hauled off making water badly. The Glasgow who had fought the Leipzig and Dresden during the whole action accompanied her. The enemy attacked the Men* mouth again and the lesult is not definitely known. The Glasgow is not extensively damaged. Neither the Canohusnor Otranto was engaged. The action was most gallantly contested but the enemys preponderance of force was consideral ie. French reports state that the battle in the north is as violent as ever. Our offensive continued east and south of Ypies. There is heavy fighting in Argonne. A great Russian victor) is announced in Galtcia, details of which have not yet been reieived. (Signed) HARCOCRT. November 8th 1914 London.—Battle ships and battle cruisers are searching the North Sea for a German squadron of four ships of each class that have slipped out for a raid on the English' coast. This change in naval policy indicat.sa fight for control and pleases England, The allies bombardment has partly destroyed the strongest fort orr the Hellespont. The Admiralty says it has no news of a sea fight off Valparaiso, The public is indignant that la.ger ships were not sent. British ship


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VOL.X.
N&aaau. N. P., Bahatnaa, Monday. November 9.1914
L. OILP.KRT DUI'UCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICK: :-44 MAKKKT STREET
'>'^u,N. P., Bahamas
P1IOXK 2B0. p. o. box m.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday-r-
single copy......... ij
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
sin-le copy......... t(]
Herkly ......... ,,.
jrf ..........:.M.Jd
Quarterly ...... .s
fl.iIf Yearly... '"
Year|y ............i6s.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCK
Advertising Ratal:- Six pence per line
f"r first insertion; three pence per line
fa second taatrtioo: aadooe penny per
line foraubaquent inaattiona
\ lvertfcemotundei eight lines*!*
Publication began at 4
p.m.
Motor "France .** left Miami
this morning (exact time not
radiograrned) with 7 paaasngefa 31
bays mails, an.I supply "\'. V.
Heralds" ..ml "Miami Heralds."
:o:
IN THE SUPREME COURT
N')v.iili, u)n.
The C>urt met at 10.3') a, m.
Present, His Honour Daniel Tudor
K. C,Chief Justice, The Acting
Registrar, H. 0. Malcolm, Esq.
K. C W. E. S. Calender, Esq ,
Barrister at Law, Thad.le .s A.
Toote, Esq., Barrister at Law
The only case on Civil Docket
was th a of G. L. Bad? ea II. B.M.
Johnson, for Broach >f Contract
Mr, Malcolm for the Plaintiff,
Mr. Ca I lender and Mr. Toote for
Defendants.
Mr. Mai olm moved that a day be
fhted for thefial, when Wednesday
11.'xt at 10.30 a.m. was fixed by
court Jury discharged until that
day.
I he l ourt adjourned to
Wednesday next the nth inst.
- :o:
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Up to Nov. 3, 1914 and in
elusive of Oct. -Vjth 101 |.
H F. Armbrtster, Esq to be
Acting Private Secretary ind
Clerk to the Executive Council
Until further notice.
So. 233
1.....asaa
RoJerick S. Sims to be Art.,'.
Commissioner at Rum Cay.
Cattle Act. 1909 extend*?.! to
Moore's Island and Sandy Point,
Abaco.
?
Quarantine on Cuba raised-
Samuel Roberts appointed
District Constable at Moore's
Island.
H. N. Bufnside Esq., Commis-
sioner 3rd Division is placed in
chatge of Wat lings Island Dis-
trict.
Abraham L. Store appointed
District Constable for Little
Fortune Hill Big Fortune Hill,
and Fa-quharson, Watling's Is-
land.
George Ferguson for Victoria
Hill, North.
The Rev. M. M. J. Cooler is
appointed Commissioner of the
Public Board of Works at \\ at-
ling's Island.
E. V. Solomon, Esq. Tempo-
rary Member of the B wrd of
Works for the Island of New
Providence during the absence
from the Colony of L. G. Brice,
Esq.
W. C. B. Johnson, Esq. during
the absence from the Colony of
R. II. Curry, Esq.,
Elijah Young appointed Local
Constable at Batinerinati Town,
Eleuthcra.
Miss Kathleen Bannister ap-
pointed Acting Assistant Clerk
in Post Office.
.?. M. Rae granted vacation leave
of absence from the 5th inst to 15th
December next.
,A. K. Solomon appointed Actg,
Stipendiary and Circuit Magistrate
during the absence of J. M. Rae.
P. C, C. Lighthoum granted
four weeks vacation leave of
absence.
The Honourable T. V. Mat-
thews 1. S. O., appointed a member
of the Visiting Committee Nassau
Prison to 31st March 1915,
T. M. K. Moulder, t<> he Snh
Censor, and Frank Holmes, to he
Junior Censor in connection with
the Defense.Scheme of the Colony,
with effect from the 9th inst.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAMS
November 8th 1914.
London November 7th 1914.
Governor,
Nassau.
November 7th, following from
Press Bureau: linemysattacks are
less Vigorous and the process of
pressing them back progresses slow-
ly but steadily. Our advance is
most marked south of Dixmude
awd toward Gheleweldt.
The-fall of Tsintau has been
officially confirmed. In the Pacifcc
engagement the Goodhope, Mon-
mouth and Glasgow engaged the
Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Leipzig
and Dresden. The action lasted
one hour. A serious explosion
caused the Goodhope to founder.
The Monmouth hauled off making
water badly. The Glasgow who
had fought the Leipzig and Dres-
den during the whole action ac-
companied her.
The enemy attacked the Men*
mouth again and the lesult is not
definitely known.
The Glasgow is not extensively
damaged. Neither the Canohusnor
Otranto was engaged. The action
was most gallantly contested but
the enemys preponderance of force
was consideral ie.
French reports state that the
battle in the north is as violent as
ever. Our offensive continued east
and south of Ypies. There is heavy
fighting in Argonne.
A great Russian victor) is an-
nounced in Galtcia, details of
which have not yet been reieived.
(Signed)
HARCOCRT.
November 8th 1914
London.Battle ships and bat-
tle cruisers are searching the North
Sea for a German squadron of four
ships of each class that have slip-
ped out for a raid on the English'
coast. This change in naval policy
indicat.sa fight for control and
pleases England,
The allies bombardment has part-
ly destroyed the strongest fort orr
the Hellespont.
The Admiralty says it has no
news of a sea fight off Valparaiso,
The public is indignant that la.ger
ships were not sent. British ship-


f)
ping on the west const of America
is demoralized. A Japanese squa-
dron of eight ships is Hearing the
scene.
Santiago Chili.:No news has
yet been received of tiie Goodhopc
Glasgow, Otranto, Leipsig or Bre-
men. None of them have entered
any Chilian port. The Scharnhorst,
Gneisennu and Nurnberg were at
Valparaiso for one day only.
Paris: No change in battle
situation, but German attacks at
Ypres and Arras were repulsed.
Great Russian victories have oc-
curred in Gallicia and East Prus-
sia.
Special to the Nassau Guardian
Received on Sunday
New Vork, Nov. 8th.
The Russians have thrust the Ger-
mans back. The latter battle furi-
ously to keep (be Russians from
crossing the Wrath River.
The Germans have dug trenches
twenty miles to the rear of their
right wing for retrea-.
The Kaiser is hastening 150,000
troops to the assistance of the
shattered right wing. The German
losses have been terrible.
November 9th 1914
GOVERNMENT PRESS
London rThe Russians have
dnyen the Austrian* back into
Galirirrand establish themselves on
the East Prussian frontier.
The Germans ar- reported to be
moving large bodies of troops who
have been fighting in Poland to op-
pose the Allies in Belgium and
France which means that they be
lievs a smaller force can keep the
Russians from entering Silesia.
Both sides have reinforced and at-
tacks and counter-attacks occur
without advantage to either.
'I he Russians are bombarding
Turkish ports and several Turkish
transports are reported sunk.
The British are engaged with
the foe in Asiatic Turkey.
The Anglo-Japanese fleet that
bombarded Tiring Tau, it is believ-
ed, will now hunt down the Ger-
man warship* in the Pacific.
The Germans destroyed all their
war vessels and merchant ships at
Tsingtau.
Lima, Peru: Have the Japa-
nese captured the German ships?
A rumour to that effect is current,
but not confirmed, and in felicita-
iionsexchanged by both Britishand
Japanese Admiralties over the
fall of Tsingtau no mention is made
of the capture of the Scharnost and
Gneisenau.
Washington :Villa will respect
and makrrespected the laws of the
Mexicaw people and declares that
General Guiterez the new provi-
sional president is in accordance
with the will of the people.
It is |reported that Cirranzi
meditates an attack on the Ameri.
can troops at Vera Cruz and m.-ft.
THE TIGER
is one of the most destructive of animals, and is
a source of much danger to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
liness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
USB
ters are being closely watched by
the American government.
Valparaiso : ,\ Chillian steam-
er has left Valparaiso Hying the
Red Cross flag, presumably look-
ing for the British en iser Mon-
mouth which is reported being
ashore.
Washington : Cotton product*
have lost $450,000,000 this yeai
owing to the war and presen.
prices are the lowest in i6*years.
Washinton:Th tedeial |C
eminent hasialled on tne assistance
of state officials in the fight t 1
eiadicate the cattle disease present
in ten states. All cattle from the
stock yards for the past 60 days are
being traced and destroyed.
Washington :The big cotton
loan is not a violation ol the fede-
ral anti trust laws according to the
opinion of the Attorney General.
PICKED UP
November yth 1914.
The G'rmans are now on the de-
fensive both on the Russian and
French Belgium battle lines.
Their defeat at the bands of the
Russians has been crushing. Berlin
is alarmed at the rapid advance of
the Russian*,
The Allies on Sunday were
successful along the line, smashing
their way through the Germans
near Vailly and advancing in many
places.
The Germans were only MCCtS-a
ful at one point west of Argonne,
where they succeeded in taking an
important position near Vieene. It
it expected that Greece will de-
clare war on Turkey.
The merchants of Vera Cruz
have signed a petition asking
Americans to leave that city.
Mexicans killed three Americans
near Chihuahua Sunday. The
Americans were bound fora |MCh
when mounted Mexicans fired on
them. The Americans from behind
a wagon kept the Mexicans at bay
until their ammunition gave out
then the Mexicans charged and
overcame th m. They were tortured
before kibed.
November qth 1914
GOVKHNMKNT I'UKSS
London : .The Germans are now
on the defensive say the Allies.
I hat Russia will he crushed is
the assertion made by Germany.
She says tint there are three nnlli-
00 Germans 00 the fighting line
from Thorn to Cracow and the
Russian army will be allowed to
advance to tiie frontier where they
will be crushed.
I here can he no doubt of the
coming battlasay the Germans.
It was neccessary, they bold, to
Bllow them to advance to the fron-
tier to prevent their making good
their retreat after being defeated.
The German casualties last week
were 57,000.
The cruiser "Geier" has been
ordered interned by the United
States government -it Honolulu.
To the westward the Germans
have given up the atfmpt to
bieak the Allies line and in the
ast they have f.,||en back over
their border line- in East Prussia
and in Poland, while the Russian
cavalry have penetrated Silesia to
the north of llaliez and cut the
road.
The French have retaken all
positions l"st by them during the
week, not iblv in the Aisne Valley.
The roads in Russia are hard-
ening with frost and the armies
'in move rapidly. Nothing im-
portant has occurred in the near
east.
New York: Guitcrrez, the new
President of Mexico is reported
to have been seized and con-
fined by General Villa because
he refused to be dominated by
Villa. It is reported that the new
president had j^iudtated the
acts of the Caircntas conven
tion. 1 1
Valpariso: Noconvfmation of
a naval battle of the cpast of
Peru and Chile is had here.
Chilean vessels fail to find even
wreckage.
New York /Henry Siege! the
department store king goes to
trial at Geneva, New Vork, on
14 indictments growing out of
the failure of the Siege! Depart
ment Stores and Banks.
Miami: This city was visited
yesterday by the heaviest down
pour of rain for the present year
Iall the streets being Hooded.
Notice
WF would call the atten-
tion of our friends in Nas-
sau and on the OUT ISLANDS
to the following prices on lum-
ber which will go into effect
from to-day.
Alt ROUGH lumber up to 8 ft.
6/3 per 100. All DRESSED
lumber up to 8 ft. 8/4 per 100.
All ROUGH and DRESSED to
16ft. 10/5 per 100. ANYTHING
over 16 ft. ij/6 per 100. (above
up to 8 ins. wide| ,^
These prices are fc^fCASH
absolutely and boin^ WAR
prices are made to help the pub-
lic and are subject to change
without notice
The Bahamas Timber Co. Ltd.
COCOANUTS
BAHAMA ISLANDS
Ir is now possible for owners
of land with fully bearing
trees to prove its value and ob
tain rents.
For further particulars
\pplv to
J. THEO. FAR RING TON
Nassau. N. P.
Agent for
Bahamas ProdVot Marketing
Company
139 Cvptkall lloutt
Coptkatl Avenue
3. Mo London, B. C
Notice
THIS is to inform my Patrons t!
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Dlack Smith Shop; and am now
leady to do anything in l:,e luje ol
General repair or new w rk ALuse
Shoeing Specially. All 1 ork vine1
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYLER.
Buy East St. f Wharf/


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