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VICTOEIA JOCKEY CLUB SPEING MEETING. FIRST DAY, THURSDAY,OCTOBER. 25. [By Electric Telegraph.] GHAND STAND STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

VICTOEIA JOCKEY CLUB SPEING MEETING. FIUST DAY, THUIISD IT, OOIOUBU. 25. [.By Electric Telegraph.] GHAND STAND STAKES. Buzrard. 1 Wlklrake. 3 Sl'KINO SAPLING-, Medora. 1 Professor...... 2 Secundus.» 3 VIOTORIA,JOCKEY Oura Dweiir. ? . Flying Colours. 1 CorkOlr..*.. 2 ( ' ' FitEB HANDICAP. lucy Gitters.Í.. 1 btonny Petrel .1. 2 Attila. . Seventeen horses started.' Won hy a length. . HTJUDLB RAOB. Modesty. 1 Fred. 2 Birthday. S Clinker fell at the last fence. v SECOND DAY, PUIDAY, OCTOHEU 26. , MAIDEN PIATB. Colonel.,...'. 1 Kclndccr..*. 2 JooKiir Oivn SWKBPBTAKEB. Othello. 1 Wllunka.,._. 2 i McTOoroMTAN HANDICAP. Gaffer Grey. 1 Flying Jib.,. 2 SELLING STAKES. ' Haphazard..-;.-;.;. I"*" Yonkco .". 2 COUINTHIAN HtruDiiB BAOS. Modesty. 1 Birthday. 8

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

BYDNEY BÖRSE MARKET.' Mn. CHARLES MARTYS Reporta-The Horse Market has'beon well supplied during the past week and tho salea heavy, at prices fully equal to former quotations. 28 head of horses (hrokcn In,) bred by the A. A. Co. adld on Thursday, produced spirited competition, the prices they rcnliscd being the beat obtained in Sydney for soino time. A draft of .19 Colts and Fillies at the Cattle Market on Wed- nesday, sold remarkably veil, they were however of alight descrip- tion, and the demand for hem y Colts therefore remains unabated. The Importation of 20 line woolled Saxon Merino Rams from the'celobra tcd flock of Adolph Slclgcr, Leute« Uz and Lothayn, wera disposed of on Tuesday, at prices ranging up to £31 10a, a portion of them wero purchased for New Zealand, ana tho remainder by residents jin tho Colony. i ' MESSRS Bum & Co., report a fair attendanceatthclr sales through- out the week. Fresh Young Horses hnve sold readily and veil. Light Harness Teams giving from ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

POLICE. Ouït RxiuYnoxs WITH FRANCE.-Generally speaking flint Homoeopathic Eostablishmont, tho .Water Police Court, is remarkable only for tho extremo humidity of tho coses .submit!ed to Dr. North and his assistant San grndus. Monday last was, howovor, completely tin'jour de fete for the habitués of tho templo of No'ptuno, and tho amphibious policemen who ofllcinto "in thb briny sanctuary. Everybody and everything about 'tho placo woro nu air of mystery nnd romance' whioh plainly be- tokened that something stupendous was about to engago the mental energies of tho ussomblcd Justices. Prooisoly at lOh. 15m. a.m., tho whispers in which tho audience had previously indulged woro hushed, und every eye turned ' w¡til an anxious ga¿o towards the receptacle of human frailty-tho dock, into whioh two lovely and weeping creatures of night wero courteously handed by Inspector Cowell, who also prevailed upon a very, distinguished looking peräonngo namod William Bruce Edgar to occupy a placo besido...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

FUANCB.-Three criminals of tho darkest dyo-named Joannon, Deschamps, and Chretien-woro guillotined at Lyona, on Tuesday last, for a series of murdors. The ouriosity to soo them oxecuted was intense. Por several nights Wore tho fatal event carno off, crowds of peoplo encamped from sunset to sunriso upon tho place of execu- tion. When at last tho direful morning carno, a singular accident occurred. A man who had passed the night on the branch of a walnut tree overlooking the scaf- fold had fallon off to Bleep, Uko Lord Tomnoddy, just as tho prisonors wore marching out of the prison to their deaths. In falling from the troo ho seriously injured threo or four peoplo, and was droadfully hurt himself. Tho brother of ono of tho culprits (Joannon) claimed the head from the oxecutionor tho moment after it was out off, and tit once wrapped it up in a handkerchief to baffle tho curiosity of the crowd. The body was given to him shortly afterwards for interment without funeral rites.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. XEorsTjATivü FUN.-Tlio fun in tho Houso of Lords on Wednesday evening was truly "fast and furious." Thoir lordships -nero in their merriest mood, and brilliant, in- deed, wore the coruscating scintillations of wit and humour which lighted up this elegant templo of Momus. Foremost amongst those who distuiguished themselves by the piquancy of tkoir sallies was Lord Bourne Russell, the "great consorvnlivo," vi ho kopt thoir lordships hi such a state of convulsivo morrinieut, that it was found" actually necossary, in order to prevont sorious ncoitlents, to appeal several times to his lordship for morey. Nothing could bo moro felicitous and irrcsisliblo thnu the point, pungency, nnd purpoio of his jocoso remarks upon tliat inexhaustible themo of mirth, the " constitution" of their lordships' house. His dclighfod henrors wore perfectly electrified ; but when his lordship rcforrrd to tho " un- bending obstinacy" of cerium uoblu. lords, n. pin might, have been heard to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

FREDERICK ALGAR, COLONIAL NEWSPAPER, AND COMMISSION AGENT. THE colonial Press supplied with NowBpapors, Books, Typo, Ink, Presses Paper, Correspondent's Lotto«, and any lüuropenn goods, on London terms. Colonial Newspapers received nt tliis omeo aro rcgu- ' lnvly fded for the inspection of Advertisers and the public. 11, Cloment's Lane, Lombnrd-Btreot London. SYDNEY OPHTHALMIC INSTITUTION for the euro of Disooscs of tho Eye, Patron-Sir "W. Denison ; Surgeon, Dr Bcrncnstlo. Apply to Dr Beni castle, No. 229, Mncquario-stroct, opposito the Legisla- tivo Council, from 9 to 11. 715 NOW PUBLISHED, by the Proprietary of "BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY." Exclusively Authorised by THE AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY OLUB. THE BULES AND REGULATIONS Of the AUSTRALIAN JOCK EY CLUB, As RBVISBD AND CONFIRMED. MESSRS PICKERING and NICHOLS only m authorised to publish thoso Rules. No other pub- lication can be relied on. (Signed) S. C. BURT Hon. Sec. A. J. C. Orders from Stowards of Races and Country Agents will receive ...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

MISCELLANEOUS WB CAN BEMEVB A GOOD DBAII-But-Ono day this week the collector of assessed taxes in Chesterton had occasion to leave a " tax-paper" with a gentloman who luis a small, whito bulldog; the paper being, in fact, a notice to tax that animal. 'No ono was at home, but tho collector thrust the paper under tho door. Glancing at the window, ho saw the dog looking steadfastly ut him. Dogs uro proverbial for their great instinct, and thorofore who can affirm that this dog did not know the tax-collector, and tho naturo of tho document, which boded no good to him, thus thrust under his very' noso ? for he deliberately took tho paper in his mouth, placed his foot upon tho fondor, and tlirust tho objectionable tax-paper into a low Aro, mid perse\ eringly held it bo tweon the bars of the grato till it was consumed. The collector rattled al tho window, and made a noise to in- duce tho dog to bark, tlmt tho paper might drop from his mouth ; but to no purpose. We have the statement from t...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ?REMITTANCES ÍIECEIVKD from Murruruudl and Heydonton race»; J. A. Mci A.. Queensland; A. 1-'. \V., Ilockhampton ¡ P. S., Khroud ; and lunn Sofala, Goonoo O oonoo, and Mudge-* AueinU. H. B. B.. LIVEHPOOL.-Si. Cd. - , KUB.-The.tNoMr.Derb)-cour»o'ls exactly » milo »Bd a half, and somewhat in the form of au horse shoe, the laft half mile belog straight.'-» ?'- ? CONARGO.-.The Champion Race Waa run In Omin. Inc. / < . T. L..-Declined; Ubelloii». s , ï *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION SWEEP- STAKES of £100 each, with Ono Thousand Guineas added, opon to all horses in tho Australian, New Zealand, ana Tasmanian colonies ; 3 Milos, ono event, over the Ipswich Course, to bo run for on WED- NESDAY, tho 29th MAY, 1881. Tho socond horso to rcceivo £200, tho third horse to eave lu's entrance, tho winner to pay £200 towards tho oxpenscs. Tho Bules of tho North Australian Jockey Club to bo Btrictly adhered to. Further particulars as to weights, entrances, Aft, to appear within 14 days front this date. By order of the Stewards of the North Australian Jockey Club, O.L. ».FATTORINI, Honorary Secretary October 15th, 1860._ 1144 HE VICTORIAN JOCKEY CLUB TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, (OPKN TO AM THE WOJIU>), A Sweopstakes of 100 BOTS each, half forfeit, with 600 BOTS added. Distance, two miles and s quarter ; for three-yr-olds and upwards. Weights : threo yr«, 7st j four yrs, 8st 81b t five yrs, 9st 101b ¡ six and aged, lOst lib j mar...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 27, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYJOirjlT, OCTOBER 27, i860._ A CHANGE, a wondrous 'change has recently manifested itself in the pioceedings of the Legis- lative Assembly. Honorable gentlemen have,' for some inexplicable reason, cast aside the su pineness and indifference by wliiohthey have been so long distinguished, and devoted themselves, as jt were COM AMORV, to the task of amending the laws, rooting out veteran abuses, and giving us the benefits of practical legislation. This un- locked for display of activity on the part of our representatives is quite as surprising as it is gratifying ; and creates no small wonder in the minds of those who have long since ceased to in- dulge the hope of such a .consummation. Whilst sharing in the general astonishment at this Par- liamentary " revival" we confess that our expe- rience of the past will not allow us to divest our- selves of a very strong impression that these sym toms of senatorial improvement are " too good to last." At the same, time w...

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AQUATICS AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

AftïïATICS AT GEELOHÓ.' Tlio oponmg match of'the season, under the auspices of tho Goolong Yacht Club, took place in Corio waters on Saturday last,'before a large concourse of spectators, who ,ono and all appeared much interested in the result of the contest. Tho morning openod with a fresh breozo from itho K.E., which lulled towards noon ; and on tho boats coining to tho starting post, between ano and two, thore was but a light air from the Ji-, with a prospect of a reef ¡broczo beforo tho raco wouhL.be over. Tho Southorn .Cross was tho favourite at evens, whilst the Psyohe was packed pretty freely at 3 and 4 to 1, ond the Gauntlet at about 5 to 1. At two o'clock a capital start was offeotod, under thu ablo management of tho club's commodore ((Captuin Ogilvio, and on the gun being fired, tho lot got well away, tho small fry leading round the fairway buoy. Tho course thence lay dead to windward, and with a slightly freshening breeze thoy lay down to thoir ¡work. Tho Kelpio soon conu...

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A FISK STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

A FISH STORY. I'll just tell you of a fishing scrape me and Joe Bus-*   church had last week. Wal, me and Joo, wo got together and concluded to go down to White River in the evenin, and take a night's fishin' spree ; and then wo got a jug filled with whukoy and started. Now, mo and doe were both temperance mon, but we thought we'd jest take along tho whiskey to koep off tho damp air. Wal, wo started, and purty soon it got mortal dark, for it was cloudy, and thero wern't ennoy moon. And soon arter it got dark it got chilly, and then mo and Joe concluded to drink ono another's health, and wo done hit. It wont jam up, and as wo still felt a little agerish we concluded to try another nip, and we done hit. Thon we thought we'd better bito it off agin, and sa wo did. Wo hadn't moro'n got down the last swallor afore it got darker 'an over, and wo lost tbo path. Joo said it mudo no difibronce, for ho know'd ever}' inch of tho ground in that locality, and could woods it to tho r...

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. This day.--Denison v. Albert .On the Domain ground. Nov.3.-Continuation of match, Albion 16 v. Albert 11 ... ... ... ... ... ... ...Domain. Nov. 10.-Warwick v. Albert.Domain. Nov. 30. National v. Albert.Domain. We are happy to find that there is considerable stir   among some of our leading clubs, among which the Albert certainly shows out in strong colors. Though no match has been played since our last, it is satisfactory to see that arrangements are being made for keeping the Domain ground well engaged throughout the season. Now is the time for young and unknown players to come out, for, as we said before we shall want all our available strength in the " Inter-colonial." We have to acknowledge with thanks the kindness of the Secretary of the Alberts, in furnishing us with parti- culars of the doing of his club ; and we regret we can- not, as yet, extend our acknowledgments to other gentle- men similarly situated. ' CRICKETERS' ASSOCIATION-.-O...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

JMATCJt ron THIS AVTKBNOON.-A sporting match wil* bo run over AsliOeld Course this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, '. between "Poor Jinn's Friend" and " Black Tommy ;" tho conditions being to rim one mila for £50u-side. Though not of tim class usually called "Kacara," both nuga aie said to possess a good dash of "foot," and with Dick Snell and Johnny Driscoll up, wo naturally may expect some- thing worth seeing. . CHAMPION SWJBJSPSTAKKS.-Tho stownrda of tho North Australian Jockey Club hnvo now mado a definite an- nouncement Y.itU regard to the proposed Champion Baco, which is fixed to come off on tho 2t)th of Moy next year. Tho stakes aro £100 each, with ono thousand guineas added, and are open to all horses in tho Australian, New Zealand, und Tasmanian colonies ; the second lioreo to reçoive £200, the tliird lo save his entrance, and the winner lo pay £200 ton nrds tho exponses ; distance, three miles, ono ovont. Tho bait is certainly very attrac- tive, and wo expect to seo somo really g...

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QUEANBEYAN SPRING RACES. (From the Golden Age, October 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

. QUEANBEYAN SPRING*- RACES. fSrom the Ooldea Age, October 20.J i> ; This season, racing has made a very fair sturt, and al- though other meetings in tho district huro boen moro numerously attonded, there nppo.ir to have hiäm~nono which have given greater satisfaction, or be'on HO little | marred by any of those untou-nrd accidents and distur- bances which too frequently are tho characteristics of the ruco-coursc. .'<>'. '-' ,l'" ' ExnsT DAY,1 Tunatfvr. «-i-1'-' First Baco-Tlio "VOLUNTBEHI'STAKKS of £80, for nil horses, throe miles, one event ; entrance^ £í ; weight ! for nge. , > - i. i \ , ¡ Two only nppeared to contost this race :- \ Mr, W. Hauen'« 1) g Lorimer ... ... ... , ... 1 1 J. Julni'n lit- Why Not. ... ' ... 2 ) This was but a tame affair, Loriraor being hard hold tho whole of the distance, and eventually coming in "an easy >\ inner. 'Second Kaeo-The MAIDEN PIATH ^of £10, for all horses that never won an advertised prize ; ono milo heats ; outrance...

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QUEENSLAND (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

aUEENSLAim {From our own Correspondent.) This is a dull little city, Mr. Bell, as over you Baw in your lifo. ' If you can limey a very -wild now straggling yillago, in somo out of the way recently improved placo at home, it gives you a good idea of our city of Brisbane Tho govornor has a carnage, a vory poor turn out, to bo sure, and so has Mr. Patrick Mayno, tho butcher, only it is a good now one, with a nico pair of greys ¡ and those aro the only two carriages in the place, and as they seldom drive together, wo only seo them ono at a timo. 'However, God bo praised thcro is a good timo coming ; and when Captain Mochosk discovers tho gold, and Mr. Coote sets tramways and stanmere going, wo shall becomo a great people, and havo a great citv, and who knows, but even a "Brisbnno BelPs Ztfe" Thcro is ono thing greatly in our favour ; ns far as wo can, wo aro thoroughly olivo to sport, and it is is intendod to got up a Great Cbampion Race, open to tho wholo world, at Ips- wich, next May....

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. "Naturally does every Englishman in his heart revolt against taking the lifu of his fellow ; and on this ground alone might we honor those who "hold extreme opinions against capital punishments. ~We think them mistaken, however, in most if not alh points of their arguments as far as regards the crime of murder, for we have a very strong feeling that by the shedding of blood shall the shedding of man's blood be punished. We shall be met with the oft repeated truism that '" prevention is better than cure" ; that the punishment awarded' to the murderer should not only be exemplary, but such as to deter others, the moat hardened, from following in his steps ; and that such is not the punishment of death. We shall be told that those are to be found, who would court the gal- lows as a means of notoriety ; though they Would quail before the vision of a lonely cell, whose heavy portal should open for them only at the ter- mination of long years of misery. The impiety of ...

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ROGUES AND ROGHERY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. (To the Editor of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

ÉOGUES AITD BOGHJEBY, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. (To the Editor of the Argus.) SlB-In passing through Flindors-lnno a few days ago I eaw a miserblo looking man steal a box of tobacco, wliioh was too temptingly oxposod at the door of a store, when two men, who liad been watching the bait, darted out of tho store and seized the thief with as much appa- rient satisfaction as they would havo felt in hooking the shark that had just swallowed their aunt, A. policeman (»ho I imagino was also on the watch) quickly presented liimseäf, his face all ovor grins, at the immédiat o prospect ofboing serviceable to society, and dragged tho thief, tobacco and all, amidst a pitiless crowd, to the " lock-up ;" there, I suppose to await tho formal preliminaries to his com moncing lessons in " drawing" on tho roads, without fees, for a yonr or two. i The foregoing little every day incident awoTsonod a host of uncomfortablo reflections in my mind on tho incongru- ities and anomalies of justice hi this queer w...

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BREACH OF PROMISE AT WOLLONGrONG, (From the Illawrra Mercary,Oct.16th.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

BREACH OF PE0H38E AT WOLLONGrONG, ÍFrem- ii» Illawarra Mercmry, Oct. ISth.J This was an action for breach of promue of marriage, brought by Misa Emma TJtlov agaiust Mr Samuel Out chor. The damages -wore laid at £200. i The plaintiff's ease was conducted by Mr Percy Owen. Mr Blake conduoted the dofeuce. Tho following jury having been impannellod, AU : Messrs. J". Cauley, John Brown, M. Casoy, and I. Coops, Mr. Owen -opened tho caso, ne said that no doubt both the plaintiff and dofendant woro woll known to tho jury. The plaintiff boro an irreproocliablo character : nothing in fact had been alleged against hor ¡ and as tho jury would find when she -was put into tho witness box, that she is possessed of very considerable intelligence Hor acquaintance with the defendant commenced about five or six years ago ; but it was not till about throo and a half years ago that ho boeamo particular in his at- tentions, It would bo provecí that the defendant had offered his client marriage, and that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

"BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY." ADVERTISEMENTS rocoived up to 7 pm. on FRIDAYS Instructions to withdraw advertise- ments must reach tho offico not later than 6pm on WEDNESDAYS -220, Castlereagh street. TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS. FIVE or SIX HUNDRED POUNDS second-hand BREVIER To bo sold cheap for CASH. Apply at tho office of tlus pnpor ^^^^ OrF TO THE SNOWY! OFF TO THE SNOWY' Dady Coach to Cooma ! No Night Travelling 1 THE AMERICAN COVERED COACHES will run from und to Sydney and Cooma dadv ; and from Cooma to Now Providoneo and Russell's three tunes a week, after 1st October noxt BOOKING OFriCES - Sydney-Mr John Holman, White Horse, Gcorgo st. J Goulburn-Mr John J Roberts, Rojal Hotel Qucunboj an-Mrs Sheen, narp Inn Cooma;-Mr John Curtis, LoielBnglan Inn Now Providence-Mr Robert», Masons' Inn 1019_JOHN J ROBERTS KIANDRA GOLD hIELDS,-COLONIAL TO BACCO DEl'OT-On SALE, by the under signed, a few 1 egs of tho above lobucco, including the (olcbrntcd 888, Non its mid Kolijo brands) cqiud to inoit of...

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