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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

QUEENSLAND. We Lave advlcea from Brisbane to the 8rd November, and from Bockhampton to the 23th October. The Govebkob.—His Eroellency the Go vernor and Lady Bovren left Brisbane on the 31st nit for Ipswich, and other places in the sooth-westero district. Waster* Downs Election.—Mr. J. Watts has been elected without opposition as a member for the Western Downs district, in tbe place of the late Hon. T. De Lacy Moffatt. PbesbtteriakStkod.—'The Briibane Courier, Blinding to the proooedinsa of the Synod ef the Presbyterian Church ot Queensland, con gratulates its Presbyterian friends " that their divisions are at an end, and that a fine field for extensive tuefalneas is open before them." Immigration.—Observing that another im migrant vessel bas arrived in Moretou Bay, we would seriously urge on tbe Government tbe propriety of lorwardiug a considerable number of the new arrivals direct to Ipesrich, where the demand for labonr now is very great. Not only in the town, and along the railwa...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, NOV. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GENE RAL ASSEMBLY. THtnuviT, Nov. 8. The mem ben of the assembly met at eleven o'clock, riui the communion service was celebrated. An adjournment for a short time then took place, and the baainea* of the aa eernWj commenced at one o'clock, when the rolls were celled over, and the minutes read and confirmed. TRANS POBTAITO1C TO australia. The Bev. J. BALLANTVKii moved— "TliAt a petition be addressed by the assembly to Her Maisety the (jseen egilnst die tonspottuloo ot convicts to Western Autua is." The Bev. J. Anderson seconded the mo tion, which was pot by the Hoderetor, and carried without remark. ' TBS EIAMNING BOARD. The Bev. W. FraEBR brought up the tepirt of theKiamlnlug Board, on the couridura tlun of which some dtscusaion took place as to whether the report to the assembly should be s gent-rsl one, the details being referred to the presbyteries. A bontrary couree, It was cried, might tend to prejudice young men exbmlnedby the board, in esse of failure on. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRE ON [?] OLD WHARF. (FROM THE [?] OCT. 31.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

KIBE ON TE OLD WKAUF. i (rftou the alsrttskb, oct. 31.) One or tbc moetUenaive fires which has taken place in this W for some years, broke out on the Old Wh* on Sunday morning about one o'clock. Da proceeding in the direction of tba flags, a sight presented itself which may new again be witnessed. The flames, which bihla time were disc> verefl to be issuingtnm Patterson's and Hawkin's hay, com, a) produce stores, in dose proximity to Ur.llse's dwelling honse -and large stores, ware (Iperoible from almost ovary portion of the two. In less time thab it takes to write ta, Patterson's stqre, with its contents, was u mass of raging flames, which soon extUsd to Hawkins's extensive hay and com she, which by this time, owing to the verwarge number of persons actively assisting I remove the bay, lite., was almost cleared oflls contents, and three, were heaped in a reordered jnnnper ~nk>hg die wharf. The fimendous tlsime and peat which Ute fire dw caused, soiin rpade it almost certain t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, NOV. 4. COMPILATION OF THE HTMNBOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Friday, Nov. 4. COMPILATION OF THE HTMNBOOK. The return8 from presbyteries sua sessions on the compilation of hymns were read by the clerk of the assembly. The Rev. W. Fbasbb read (he report of the committee on the compilation of the hymn book. The committee was appointed in 1863, by the general eesBion, and they now laid the draft copy of their compilation before the meeting. The enmmittee repoited the prin ciple which had guided them in the execution of their lark, which was limited to the selec tion of 160 hymns. They considered that if they limited themselves to the nnmber pre scribed there would be no room for elimina tion or ejection, and they, had, therefore, left a ii areni for criticism. If, however, the Assembly were to strike ont every hymn ob jected to, there would be only nifty-four hymns left for the terries. The Bev. A- Bobbbtson moved, Bnd the Bev. 6 Mackie seconded, the acceptation of the report, and also a vote of thanks to the Bev. Mr. Fraser, the convener of the ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROWN LANDS SALES. TOWN LOTS. NORTH MELBORNE (CARLTON). County of Bourke, parish of Jika Jika, situated in Grattan, Pelham, Batudowne, and Drommond streets. Upset price, /c=m/800 per [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

CROWN LANDS SALES. TOWN LOTS. KOBTH ItUMOlHC (OlBlMB), . County of Bonrite, parish of JiknJUu, situ ated in (irattan. nlham, iUtndoirne, nod Drommond streets. UtnrtpritwtdBOOperkom. Lot £264 ibo lot KDuckett. . ' Loti—'Wtthrtrewn. Xot«—lr., £X8thelot Carolinet>. Fon M 1-lr.. *600 the lot TSontMO^nMly. 3l0BttitL0d|* \ Oofantjr of Boarkti, parith m Vordi&tloc, >i Mtu»ted ip SjuklyHBreet end tiotthtifjtho' )'' . ' 1 VjeitiSof.*8petecw. ' ; ' '•vL#| k-|^0r. aSm ClO the'tof UWOb ' Or.'aap, h Bfcifnien.' '' -■•'■■- "*■'■-'■ i » j 8Xo» m* « He. 4h» JokuJL, e«-3 TJ ,wi:fax wii; ■ uJwt. O.t-1*. <k. Mm *10 16*.' the^:«. *f BatatiSprAj Uftofodiln EwtBefk*, wd qSSSw ^iutdUntnedla^ly t^9l|toj|w[w«yr | Upett urica.£8 petecr*.;;;.-,'.'^,, KM**? A'fee let * "" "" ' twilMMK A' Kwlti w geJShefetusCjj iWfiifty WttWtdfcrtoiij; tjpdtfu&ioitdltm^L awOBlffci,)} ;r. i-kjir. /iauoi 1|«.J a« . -. ...... Jo iijiij Iffwili ,*$* <hu trnVi t*rl| ^OM^iaf'tbe Sandhurst a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE GAZETTE, Ptmuo Holiday.—In accordance with the provisions ol theOivil Servioe Act, Wednes day, the 9th day of November lost., being the anniversary of the birthday of His Boyal Highness the Piisoe of Wales,-' is appointed a pontic holiday. Gold EscoBTa.—A gold esooit oill, in foture. In every third- week, leave Stawell on Thursdays, at six ».m., coll at Ararat at nine an., .and arrive at Beaufort the same day before sundown; leave Beaufort on the suc ceeding day (Friday) at six a.m., and arrive at Bellarat by noon. .The return escort will leave Ballarot on the next day (Saturday) at elx a.m., call at Beaufort and Ararat, and arrive -at Stawell by sunlight on the seme day. A three-weekly escort will also travel between Landebo rough and Ararat. Tax Mabtboboooh Hospital.—This insti tution Js Incorporated under the Hospitals { ami Charitable Instit hstitutiong Act. Wzights and Miasdbeb.—The borough of Ararat and tbesbirearf Ararat are proclaimed ] a * Union" for the purposes of the...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

TO WW NEWS. The next Civil Bervloe examination will b«, held, «t the University, to the eecond week of | December. GandMeteemustopad.lu their nxmee, *nd the .futyecte,(elected by then, on j or before the let of December. - A notice has been Issued by the Minister of Customs, as chalrman of the board appointed to consider the claims for rewards or pre miums out of the vote of £5.009 frit the pro motion of new manufactures and Industries, that the boetd will receive applications Up to and Including the 80tb inBt.; and that the applications will be considered ion the 1st December. The building in the Royal Park kaowa as j " the powder mngutne " Is being ntted up for, tbc temporary receptionoftpal, lunatics;and a proclamation In the Gopernment Gazette, of last evening, declares the building to bs a gaol within the meaning of the acts for the better control and disposal of offenders. A woman who gave the mme of Emma Martin was takm Into the hospital a little afterinine o'clock on Friday ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUSPICIOUS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

SUSPICIOUS DEATH. Dr. Ton) held an Inquest on Monday, at the Melbourne Hospital, npon the body of a sailor named Andrew M'Bride, who was taken Into the hospital on Sunday, abont noon, and died there in an. hoar afterwards, from injuries which, from the statements of de ceared and from their appearance, then was reason to believe wen the results of ill-osage. The evidence taken showed that de ceased was carpenter and second officer to the brig Wolverine, now lying in the Yarra. He was thirty-two years of | age, and was unmarried. On Friday even ing he drew £2 on account of wages due to bin>, and went ashore, in compmy with Charles D. Lankenan, steward of the vessel. He had before this been drinking, bat war Eobrr when be left the vessel. Ltnkenau States that deceased accompanied him in a cab to his house in Fitaiuy, where they arrived at abont eight o'clock. They got a bottle of rum on the way, audtook it with ; them to the hoose.; Here they drank some of j the ram, and sat talkin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, NOV. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Tcisdat. Nov. 8. The liev. A. hobeetbon, on behalf of the rretbytiry of Cartlcmaiue, applied for leave to take Llr. W. F, Main on trial fqr licence. The nppluation was granted. VISITATION or PA8TOBAI. DISTRICTS. The Ktv. T. M. Foazek brought up the repoit of the committee on the visitation of the pastoral districts during the season of sheep-shearing. Three visitors had gone forth to various parts of the country, but the ministers showed an evident rcluc.anco to leave Ibc ir own charges for the length of time which wonld be necessary. It was im possible to iDdnoe ministers to take part in the work to anything like the extent merited by the cari* , aud he would move tuat tiao committee be discharged. After some discussion, it was resolved to re appoint the committee, the Rev. A. Simpson being nominated as convener. SABBATH DBSECKATIpK. The Rev. l)r. Cairns brought up the report of the cctumiihe on the observance of the Sabbath in Victoria. He regretted thai the Sunday t xcuision trai...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

NEWS OF THE WEEK. A volunteer arsembly ball U spoken of, to take place at the Exhibition building about Christmas time. As jet, no definite arrange meet* bava been nude. The Beodlgo Bifict wilt, to all appearance, oome into nide collision with the council of the Victorian Rifle Association, la the matter, of the Challenge Cap. It appear* that the corps heartily disapprove* of the altera tion* made by the council -in the oondl tiona of the match. Not only this, but Urn members maintain that, aa the holders of the trophy, Ahny might to have hem consulted before the change* were made, and, standing upon ' thla privilege they have agreed, In meeting assembled, to decline aborting -for too en pat the preeent AmocSattop matches. bat to retain possession of it Tbe council annoanpe toe cup for competition, and ao the matter stand* Cap tain Taylor, of toe Eaglebawk oontiogent of the B.V.B C. faaa oordially endorsed the line of action Alia oorp# baa .taken. The local, newspapers, ton, have ta...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDEX TO THE AUSTRALASIAN OF THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

INDEX TO THE AUSTRALASIAN OF THIS DAY. Paqb I ADTEMTSKMESTS .. .. .. .. 1 aud It j lMPOVhPIROS 16 1 LTTMlATF**— Enoch Arden—Second Notice - Austnliu Sketches 2 Poetry 2 Literary Notes 2 ART AJkb Science 2 Ents&tainmentb . 2 lilSCELLANT 2 HOL'fcEKEErKK*' 00R5» 2 femur or ths Pebss— Traus-porUtian 3 The War in New Zealand Ptioeaff Money iu England 3 ; Certifimte* lor Bonded Gowk .. „ 3 The Ejections 3 Border Customs—Renews] of Hostilities .. 3 \ SOMAS— Tillage 4 Steam Cultivation 4 Supply of Water in the Basin of the Murray 4 NeatifootOil .. .. ..4 The Honey Harvest . 4 How to 1 real Peach Trees 13 The Vineyard 13 GoMtBEFOsnsatat— febeep-Urming and Corn-growing .. IS Fine or Ooarvt Wool 13 SroRnxo— Spoiling Head-quarters 5 sybeerver " on the Melbourne ] Provincial Turf 5 Aqrancfc— The Melbourne Regatta 3 Stoats axn Pastimes— Billiards, l^ioiu, kc. .. ,, 3 Cricket 3 Acclimatisation 6 Transportation 6 TBI OOCXTS— Supreme Court .. .. 3 Insolvent Court and List 6 Police Court 3 Th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VICTORIAN TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE VICTORIAN TEAM. Sergeant-Armourer Cole, of tho Emerald hill Rifle Corps, is an indefatigable rifleman. As a steady shot Ida name has become ' "familiar as a household word/* Is always safe for a first-class total, and, in fact, ranks as the surest scorer of the team. His weak point is at 300 yards; at the longer distances ! he invariably makes a good, and generally a ] brilliant, performance. Has been a first prise J taker at the Rifle Club matches, and has fired ' in both the Intercolonial events. On the first occasion he obtained 161, and on the second he headed the Victorians with the fine score of 194. Has well-nigh surpassed him self at the recent competitions, as the list of I averages awards him the highest place of j merit He shoots with a Whitworth. lieutenant F. T. Saegood, of the St. Kilda j Artillery Corps, is the most brilliant shot in the team. He is a scientific rifleman—one who devotes time and care to the pursuit, lias had the great advantage of competing nt Wim...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

ADVERTISEWEHTS. TO ADVERTISERS. [Tlie advertisement. appearing in tlii. part of the paper haTing been eent in too late for classification, have not the advantage of the country circulation.] Amusements. m H E A T B E ROYAL. X Sol© L©»ee and Manager, Barry Sullivan. IWPOBTANT NOTICE. Change of lime.—On and after this date the doors mill open at 7.30. and the performance will commence al $ o cJock lirodsriy. Positively LAST TWELVK NIGHTS I Of the Farewell Engagement of the Celebrated American Comedian ) Ma JOSEPH JEFFERSON, i (Previous to bU departure for Europe,) Who will appear this evening, Arid Every Evening until Further Notice, In Two of His Groat Characters. VU.—as CALEB P L C M M E R, lu the Celebrated Drama of THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. And as TOBIAS SHORTCUT, In the Screamiug Farce of THE SPITFIRE. The ereniug'i entertainments will com (nonce (at 8 prtci&eir) with the celebrated Dramatic Illustra tion, In three acta, of Charles Dickens'* CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. With t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VOLUNTEERS. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE CHAMPION TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE VOLUNTEERS. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. ] THE CHAMPION TEAMS. In keen suspense one and all of tho members of the Volunteer foroo arc now awaiting the imue of ,010 oontcet in which foeinon will con tend worthy of oecli other's steel. A " tip" we cannot giro—tho fflalut is not upon us. Tliis, however, we propose to do—to give a nolioe of the several competitors, that it may be seen into whose and into what hands the sister colonies have confided the keeping of tlioir honour. Courtesy demands that first place be given to our visitors. THE SYDNEY TEAM. Mr. Eaiheb, who has had the honour of I representing his colony in all the intercolonial | contests she has engaged in, has proved him self a rifleman of extraordinary merit. From the time of his joining in the Volunteer move ment of 1861 he has been prominently before tho public as a successful marksman, lie I made top score in the musketry instruction of I 1862; won the All-comers' Match at Bandwick [ the same year; shot in the fir...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

intercolonial. NEW SOUTH WALES. Detest or th* Govaamuqrr —The d*b»le on tbe addles of the Legislative Assembly in reply wtheGovemtw'aopetaiBgaptietih—upon ! which Mr. Cooper had moved en amendment expressing went of confidence—UrmlnsUd ehoitly before one o'clock on Thursday morn ing in the defeat of the Mertio Ministry. Tbe amendment moved by Mb Oowporwaseanled by thtrty-Blx Votes, tbenunibersantho Minis terial side belngtwentynlue. 'Mr.Martin en-, nonnced that be would, on 'TbMcUy next, etate tbe coutao the Government intended to ., pursue in ooneeqnenoe of this adreuevpte. At the oommenoement of the <dehete, Mr. Maitln kteted that, In the event of the Ministry being dMsated.they. wqfild advise the Governor.to dlaaolve the Hbhse, Bret ask- - log of Parliament a vote ofciedltto meet the requirements of the pnbllo eervioe for the In terval nntil the new Aasembly.aouIdbeoaUdd.. together. ■■ > MiNisTimiL Tactics.—fn the lAgttlatlva' Assembly, on Friday, the Speaker took t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA. (FROM THE HOBART TOWN MARCURT, NOV. 4) BIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

TASMANIA. (raox raBBOBAxr tow* msccsr, no*. 4.) EIFLE MATCH. Tbe retorn rifle match between twenty fire of (be Citr Guard* and a like number of the Flirt Hi flee was proceeded with on Monday: and, as will be seen by the score appended, was not concluded. Toe match ban been an exceedingly cloee one through out, and op to the firing of the last squad at the 400 yardi range ft was difficult to decide who were to be the oonquenys, and at fhfl present time Jt .is atlll more aocertaln. llis .mntrh stands thus—the First Klflw ere. thirty-throo point* ahead of their opponent*, -who hare one man (Volunteer Lndcjmrst) to fire, wblcb he w&l doathalf- . part fire o'clock tble morning. Appended is the eoore:— Tisar aire**. leeut. Martden 31 Sergeant Greig... ... ... 68 ' Vol Furlong , ! „ BobKn ... ... 39 ■ Wffiw ... ... ;.. 88 „ Pearce ... 89' „ Harnett ... 39 „ C. E.BmHh ... .... 19 CufponlHairu... ... . ... .39 Sergeant NeiUon ... ... 'SJ ' V«L OmUowaj ... ' 95 i -■ Drum-Major Warner ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LIGHT HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE LIGHT HORSE. Tbe present appointments in the metropg. 11 tan troop of the Prince of Walea V, V. Idgfat Hone do not eeem to be regarded with Dm moat unmixed eatiefactlon by eotne of the j on lor aspirants to distinction in that dath ing oorps, and the heart-burning htr chiefly arisen from the result of the late volonteer examinations. At the time of the encamp ment at Banbury, Mr. H. Dyer, the captain commanding the troop, finding it necMNiy to bare offices to carry on operations at ths camp, appointed Messrs. Pntchaa and Eobk lidge lieutenants, and Mem. Anderson, C. Dyer, Davis, and Wilton, noncomtnto slonodcffioeisfor that purpose. These officers have rctaiurd their several appointments em since, and have discharged their fonctkml tl> the satisfaction of tbe captain Commanding, and with credit to themselves and the troop. Stnce the date of the encampment, however, the volunteer examinations have been held, and at these, two members of the troop—Messrs. A. Porchas and M. Mill...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE CHALLENGE CUP. The rifle match between OtrnnersOrlm. wood and 11'Hutchison, ot the Volunteer Artillery, lor the poeeceelon of OolonclAnden eonh challenge cap. which had already hew won by Orlmwood In two took place on the 7tb,«t the Bandrldge BatU, and terminated in faronr of M'Hntchbon, the ecore belng-M'Hafchlwn, fifty-three; Grlmwood, thirty eight. A protest egalntt U'Hntchleon'e right and title to shoot war made by tirimwood. The day area nafavont' able for ebootlug, the wind blowing right across the range.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, NOV. 8. (Before Wrinthesley Baptist Noel, Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) FIRST AND ONLY MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Tobsdat, Nor. 8. (Before Wiirthwlej Btptiat Noel, R«]., Chief Commissioner of Inaolvrnt ICatAtoa.) Fibbt amd Only Mebtisos. Meeting* were held in the estate* or U»». sou Ri d Heaps, ilon-Uoe pern, of Moliazul; Jno. Uorlnse. miner, nl Daylesford: Jno. Wil liaunon. curled hair manufaoturei, of Brum wick ; Thomas Ellis, miner, of Kryentown ; Henrj Gailick, eiorekcepjr. of Blue Moun tain ; Joseph Tatham, storekeeper, of Daylee ford ; John Cur tie, storekeeper, of Williams tnwn : and George Painting, minet^of Sand hurst ; but they closed without anything being done. ts nn wv. M'cAsrar. The insolvent had been a publican in Mel bourne. and was not present One debt was ad mitted ; and the meetiug war adjourned till the 29ita iiwt. Adjourned Cbrtiticaw McErnras. in rb JAMES iThahok The insolvent was a labourer at Hotham. Sir Geo. Stephen appeared fur an opposing creditor; and, after a brief czaminatlou of the ineolveut, the meeting was adjourned tilt the I8ih inst. IN Bt O. J. AND B. ORB. Th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. SATEkDAT, NoVKMUAtt 5. Cbabgb or Steaukq pboh a Baxe.—John J E. Bar.}-, k fount: man of rerpectade appear iDn*. a clerk In the Oriental Bunk, Mel bourne. nan dnqpil. on warrant, with ffteal ii.ft £460 fa-m the Orien'al Bank. No par- , llculi.ru of tbe vaae were given, and, a remand I being applied for, prisoner was remanded Gil Thursday next. Ball was granted in two ►nifties of £260 each, and prisoner's own in cm.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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