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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

WILLIAM DAVIES & CO., . WINTER DRESS MATERIALS, zr ALL THE NEWE 'SHADES AND STYLES. SCOSTUME & MANTL TRIMMINGS, / - O CORDS, TASSElLS, PLUSI , VELVETS, FRINGES, &c. / 0 SMANTLE DEPAURTIE ILT. O r\ ~ DOLM1ANS, LONG JI KlB'NS, &O, BrACK AND COLOREI C. L TADIES' & CHIL RE 'S ULSTERS. NOVELTIES IN F /SHION.:jBLE STYLES AND SHADES. Q WINTER MIL NER . O LATEST MODELS 1W PLUSH, BEAVER, SEA , &c. ~ O CHENilLEAD -iUSH FLOWERS, n PLUSH RIBBONS, CORDS, ORNAMENTS, &o. k FANCY W60OL WRAPS & FISCHUS, s Z JERSEY GLOVES, CHENILLE IIES, SCARFS, &o., &c. Z US -'l UL)N LT ORE 0U) [ S. A-US 11 LlAN STOREU3S. ANOT ER PARCEL J ST OPENED oF WINTE DRAPERY, THE OR.I 1NAL CASH STORE, Save EToni y! Save 0oney! BY PLIRCIIASING YOUR \NINT R DRAPERY At Wom ey's Cash Store. W BITE BL.Y NKETS, Gs lid er pair at Wombey's Cash Store. White Blaukets, S lid pair at Wombey's Cash Store' Super. White Blan ets, 10s 6d pai.. . : : at Womlney s...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

,: . : T .R EbVELYAN. • -r-He considered the idea of going back to 'Pencoed,. and procuring assistance and effecting the rescue by force, but he discarded it: speedily. Such a course would only provoke a gossip and scandal, which, to say the least, would be highly injudicious, the more especially as the Earl of Hampton and the Marquis of Trevelyan had already arrived in the neighbourhood, and were now at Hamptonwold. :i-He thought of waiting till morning, and going to the house disguised as a peddler, but clearly he would gain nothing by that. No peddler could, of course, gain access to the captives. '.,No, it was plain that he must move quickly, and on this very night. In a brief space he had thought out a course of action. :,-TBittly had sunk down: into a sort of drowsi ness, : quite oblivious of his interlocutor. LoidiGrosvenor touched him with his :fobt, partially arousing him. ... ;:. .. m '.Seeihere, my man,' he exclaiined;' .wI wint to imake; a' 'temporary exchange withi you:...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

:Important to the Vublic; FURTEER REDUOTIONS in the PRICE of TIMIBER? BY A. J. PAG E. 1 INCH PINE BOARDS, 22s peer 100ft. 4 Inch Pine Boards, 20s. per 10Oft. 1 Inch T. & G., 6 x 1, 25s. per 100ft SInch T.' G.,8 x ,:2o0s:. per 100 Origan Pine Scantling, lId.-and 2c r and all other Pines and Cedrt epest Ratei? dr.. pn Pine Dodres, ?6ft. Gin. x2ft.: Gin. l'0s 6 each, nd al other sizes at equally low price . Window Sashes, all sizes, and ma to or . Paints, Mixed (any colour), 9d. pr lb. Oilse` White Lead, best quality id eapest in Goulburn. Locke, Screws, Hinges, and Nails, from 2d. per lb. Glass (all sizes and patterns), cut to any size. Turnery of all descriptions. Safe Legs and Table Logs 4s. per set.' , , NOTE THE ADDRESS :- A. 'J. P AsGE, MONTAGUE - STREET' GOUiLBURN Opposite Mr. Sand's Sale-yards... i :: To Advertisers. •' -?ONSTITUENTS are informed thatAD R TISEMENTS intended for insertion.in the EVENING PENNY POST should be sent in not later~than 11 a.m. on the days of p...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

[REUTER'S TILEGRAM5.] LONDON, FRIDAY. TiR Queen was desirous that the funeral of Earl Beaooanlield should he of a public character, but lear niug the vishes of deceased lier liajety "has deler ed her wish for the interment to take place at Hughenden, on Tuesday. 5 The city of Candahar is completely evacuated. An engagement tosk place betveen the 'Turks and Albanians in Turkish Macedonia, resulting in the defeat of the Albanians with considerable loss. A convention of about 1000 members of the Land League has been held for the purpose of considering the Irish Land Bill; the measure was severely cri'icised, and the provision declared isad.quate to the exigencies of the situation. The meeting tinally decided to refuse the measure as a solution of the existiog difficulty unless amended in the important points. The total reserve of the Bank of England is £15,500,000.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

Telegraphijo Intelligence [FROMa OR. CORRESPONDFNTIS.] SYDNEY, FRIDAY. TE? .Randwick races to dey were well attended tlie results'of thi' ricing is 'is follows : T'wo Year.oldPlate.--Mistletoe 1, Stilton 2, Rebecca 3. All'Aged Stakes.--Eti 1i, Rapid Bay 2, Wel. lington 3. . . 'Welter Handicap.-Black Swan 1, Zulu 2, Billy Nutts 3. Substitute Stakes.-Somerset 1, Wheatear 2, The Gem 3. Cumberland Stakes.-Progress 1, Orent 2. (Only two started). *City Handicap.-Tattoo 1, Pontiff 2, SATURDAY. Rous Handicap.-Canary 1, Zulu 2, Partner 3. Randwck Stakes.-Weollington 1, Black Swan 2, Greyhound 3. The Sydney Country Bank was registered yes. terday under the Companies Act. The weather continuee beautiful, The attend. anc at the races is only moderate, Tbere is nothing definite yet arranged as regards the sculing-match between Rush and Laycok. '.The Premier proceeded to Melbourne yesternight. I:he layor has convened a meeting for Thursday ns't tolconsider the OChinese question. A: habody of a m...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

A. Scri. toN elegira dated February 27, says :---The'Catholic Orphanage in HydePark, Scfaitonil, 'Califoriia, wias bUtirned eearly this evei?g.0 Setitfeen cihildren;wiere burned i:4 b??s"inidi'3'gi'ls.y The buildingi was the St. Patrick's a Orphain "Asylumri;' situated ? t the dcorner of Jacksori-street aidLihncoln: aveniue abuiit a mi'ile from the centrei of the city. It is occupied b? a?'number of Sisters of Charity, arid u?idei their charge ivere 40 children from 6 to 12'years of age. The boys and girls occupied separate dormitories on the third floorb'iAt 8.3o o'clock a sister took them to their rooms and locked the doors.. Descend in? lthe stairs she discovered: sinoke issuing from a rboom on the seconid story. Opening the dboor she was driven ba-k by a:clud 'of smbk'e. ::Fire was ~.ruinnlingalon'g: the! ceiling, making its- wayto the upper floor. .-The sister diirted uip the astirs ,and fbund the girls ro'drh full of smoke. She. ran to the lower' ilflooi arid" started back i t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

FOR erm of years, A RMI with Cot go d' dStable, within a few iles of Gourn. Appl to D. J. ME LEOD. IY sted. NERAL SE ANT. Applyto Is. A AYNOR, Victoria ster Saloon. IVa s e .. AI? ER and Whitekasher for Country iao, I BOY. Apply, 'LOPEIR ANDSON, next evan's Store, Auburne.treet South. : : SI: ltedl, AGANERAL\SERVANT. ~ply /o Mns. G. F. D VIDSON, Sloan treet, ext 'or to Mr. Rogers'..\ p I'ae ed, -CLASS TAILO in aor, at., lors. USIMAN'S Tailor Establiahnieiit. ° . .. " .. . iet~f ll I n?:' ""?r? ? N:ih' ACTIVE GiRL to assist as :ee Ftler" vant. MuGs. CHARLISGILL 1 Auburnstreet. #Yairated, T Gillespia's Boot Factory, SIX or E - BOYS.? . CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goullr. Wanuted. "5O0 "BAGS f "GOOD SEED aiid': F U OATS-the highest price given. L'tAT'1'l, Auburn-stroect. .... . . . i ant r.edl, lI-GHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as Ap4 tices, at ~-V ood & Co's Boot Factory. p WOOD &iCO'S., Auburn.street. - WANTE TO BUY, SEED AND FEED O~ TI, in any quantity. S".s'* - *" - ..:NI.C. :PRaTT,...

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AT THE LAND OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD, On Wednesday, 11th May. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

AT THE LND OFFICE BRAID OOD n Wedneda, i?Eh MRA'yOO " Country Lots.- i Lot A, 36 acres, county St Vincent, parish Bettowynd, adjoining tle north boundary.of James Hylantd's conditional purchase portion No.- 127-of 40 acres.' Exclusively, of a road I chain ·ivide. 1 Lot B, 3' acres, county StVincent/ parish Braidwqod" on the road from Braidwood to Mon'garlowe River, adjoining the ;south bouin dary nf>Joseph Grenville's conditional pur chase portion No. 69 of 40 acres:::. Lot C, 40 acres, county St Vincent, parish Meangora; adjoiningithe: east boundaryof H. Henry's coniditionial purchase porti6n-No.,53 of 4o' acres; and Brice IHIenrys conditional purchiase ijortio.n No .68 of 50 a'cres. .Lapsed conditional purchase of Thos. Byrnes; :- .:. Lots D and E, 40' acres each, county Mur ray,, parish vLarbert;i' lying about .6 chains easterly.:: frorm:;portion INo. i I6;. of:40. acres. Forfeited conditiohal purcliase. of: :,Thomias Hartneady. .: - , c ' - Upset price i . s' per are.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

TO CONNOISSIEURS OF WI TRY FALLON'S PORT. To be lMcENOROE'S. Sole Agent for .0's Vsines. i\ .: . uilders.. : rlp AR (abich mn at be issoc or befor Yy h instetC) are vited for ERECO0 OF G LLERY, &c., W , sleyan Church, I burn ',Ab nRowe Eq., rchitect Pl~s Specificati ns at y office. WI lAM DAVIES. Tenders equired FOR the. EREOTIO OF TWO .COT. 1st 0-Eeavatio, 5 asc ry, and Brickw 2cnd.ci ing Trades Or vole in one tender. . , Plahns cd e?ti etion to bosae at the addrs of the underne whom enderare te o bndereoh vered bhthe - th Aprit, 1881. * ' Jt. IMERTON. v Sloane.street LAGGAll 2VHILL and STORE T HE un ersigoed bogs most respectfully to sinforms the inhabitants of LAGGAN and the differ ut surrounding districts that ie la RENTE oN LEASE TE MILL AND STOR' and. re ets very much the iseonvesiencs to $ho public ca through the Mlill being :olos; fo neces ry re lirs at this season of the year as n exn e has been spared in thoruughly over. ban n'o Machinery, with. some new added, to ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

DIED, ON 17th instant, at his parents' residence, Bradley- street, GEORGE HENRY, the only beloved son   of GEORGE and ANNIE DONALDSON, aged 11 months. "Safe in the arms of Jesus." FUNERAL. THE friends of the late MR. ANTHONY   KELLY, of Tarlo, are requested to attend   his FUNERAL which will take place on MON-   DAY, at three o'clock, in Goulburn   The procession will move from his late residence   at Tarlo at ten o'clock on Monday morning. JOHN KELLY, Undertaker.

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NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

NOTES FROM GININDERRA, . . ,BY THE' WIZARD. i ON Easter Monday about a dozen gentlemen (including our veteran .sportsman, Mr. G. Harcourt, and two. friends of his-Messrs. Bradley alnd Parce --from Sydney) went out for a'day's shooiing among'the wallabies. About eleven o'clock tlhe party started from the residence of Mr. John Gillespie, of Horse Park, ~ivhidh had beenf appointed as the meet irngp!lacei; ard after a ride of' about half-ani hour arrivid'it;i the sdene of operation-a thick scrub-ini ivhich the marsupials abound in large numbers.? There were five guns amongst the. party, the remainder acting as beaters. No time was lost in commencing thes work of slaughter, which was carried on vigorously until about two o'clock, wvhen the party camped for-about an hour tb partake of an excellent cold lunch, kindly provided for all present. by Mr. Harcourt. After lunch the onslaught was renewed until the rays of the setting sun warned the party that it was time to start for home. I did n...

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BREADALBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

BREADALBANE. (Frome a Cor'espos!,est. J THE annual Church.. of England Sabbath school tea-meeting in connection with St. Silas' Church, Breadalbane, took place (as (arranged) on Easter Monday. The day was fine and mild, and the children mustered strongly. The affair was well patronised by the male proportion ot Breadalbane and the surrounding localities, with a fair attendance of the fair sex. The managing committee had arranged a lengthy programme of athletic sports, some of which were exclusively for the boys and girls of the Sunday-school. The events consisted of running, jumping, three legged race, hurdle race, New Zealand pigo hunt,'&c. The prizes for the girls cdnsisted of beautiful work-boxes, albums, scrap' books, &c., and morney for the boys and all comers. The arranggments for the successful carrying out of the programme were compdilete, and reflected much credit on the committee who worked so energetically, and in some cases disinterestedly. Some of the ra...

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LIFT HIM UP. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

LI~FT HIMI UP. BY IMARY E. TUCKER. If you saw a brother sinking down into a waters grave, Would you not lend a helping hand to pluck him from the wave ? Or would you stand in mute despair upon the river's brink And, all unaided by a friend, lot the poor creature sink ? Would you not help him out ? Would you pass a fallen work-horse lying prostrate on the stones, While your heart grew only harder at his patient, painful moans? Sure you would not unheeding hear the driver's pleading call: " Lend a helping hand, my masters; 'twas the wet stones made him fall Lend a hand to lift him up." If you saw a wild-wood floweret in the city's muddy street, Could you have the heart to crush it sternly down beneath your feet? No; your life, however bitter, has a ray of tender. ness; You would surely stoop to reach it, and with a half caress You would lift the floweret up. Then do not be unmerciful in daily walks of life How can you know the struggles, or the bitter silent strife Of each poor earthh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

TRADE MARK, WALTHAM, MASs.-The AMERJCAN WATCH COMPANY, Of \Iralt m, Massachusetts, U.S.A., hereby give fotice that their Trade Mark, "Waltham ass.," is now registered in the Australian /Cpies of Victoria, New South Wales, a ew Zealand. Proceedings will be talii against any person copying or imitating s me, or any vendors selling or offeiing for s le watches bearing colorable' imitations or in any way infringing our rights. - American atch Company, Waltham, Mass. AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH ere awarded the Only Two First P ze the Melbourne International Exhibit ?fSo-, being Higher Award than any oth Exhibitor of watches received. Wanted. 500 BAGS OF OATS-all kinds. C. PRATT, Auburn.street Goulbr. It atnted, A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Ms. BA OLLOWAY, Auburn.,treet. Wasnted, 'A?'. TNTELLIGENT YOUT'FI to colleaond 't- deliver olrders; must be accustond to horses: :Apply J. G. BOLLOWAY, E Store, Auburn.street. : W Wan led. A DY GIRL to aossi. with the Fon/ework, .Li [?ee. H. LiROWN, A..urn..tre...

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PARKESBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

PARKESB OURNE. (From a correspondent.) GENERAL NoTEs.--Farming operations are rather at a standstill for lack of the needful rair; however, prospects are not so dreary as. to excite comment.-The worst parts of the Parkesbourne end of the main road to Goulburn have lately been repaired by the inhabitants, as no money is voted for the road. Some portions of it last winter were almost impassable.-The Public School pro perty is undergoing thorough repair; the buildings are being whitewashed, painted, &c. Primitive Methodist Chapel Anniversary. For some years Good Friday has been the day set apart for celebrating this anniversary. I understand that the chapel has been erected about fifteen years. Its ancient and primitive appearance would lead a stranger to believe that its age was much greater. It needs re pair, and the interior fittings, being altogether destitute of comfort, need remodelling. No doubt something will now be done towards the remedying of these defects. Notwith s...

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TREVELYAN. CHAPTER LI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

TREVELYAN. CHAPTER LI. A marked improvement-as great as sud den-has taken place in the physical condition of Negwyn, he who had played his part as Haskins. On the morning of the day previous to that on which occurred Giralda's escape fromi her latest prison, a pleasant picture was presented at the cottage on the Burnt Downs. In the inner room of the dwelling, on a neat, white-draped bed. Negwyn was lying. His couch was drawn up to one of the win dows, so that he could look at will over the wide expanse of waving gorse, and at the flocks of sheep feeding upon it. The room was scrupulously neat and clean. The niedi cine bottles were carefully put away from sight, and a few hardly April flowers were gathered into a blue pitcher and set upon a wooden shelf at the bed's foot. The doctor from Dalton had just gone. The sick man had watched him out of sight, and now he turned restlessly dn his pillow, his gaze seeking the outer room. .,He could hear Peggy \Villsey's light step, as shebusied...

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Goulburn Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

S Goulburn Football Club, TIlH annual meeting of the Goulburn Foot ball Club was held at Dickson's Comnlercial Hotel last Friday evening; Mr. Jas. Jessep occupied the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Moon was then called upon by the Chairman to read the annual report; which was as follows : In submitting for your. approval their annual report, your committco desire to congratulate you on the brilliant results of the past season, which has been without exception the most successful yet experienced in this town. During the pass seasoon the number of members stoeadily increased, and nos amobioat to 46. The finathis of the club are iun a atisfactory condition, notwithstanding the uonuenally heavy expenses incurred. The number of matches played by your club was eleven, ten of which were won and one drawn. The large number of 10 goals and 25 touches down were scared by your club, whilst 2 goals only and 5 touchbes down were scored against them. Un doubte...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

ST elegraphjic Intelligence .'.:-[FROM OUR CObRRESPONDF?NTS.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE hiring of the' Italian immigrants. was proceeded "with .yesterday with considerable sUiccess: :Several fiunilies finding einployment chiefly::in :the .cbuntry:distrcts...... :. .: 'Amovemnenth is started amongst the officers of theLslhips no\t ing in Port, Jackson, for the' fotindatioh? of a society having, for its objeittJ mutu'I , tprotectionc to support and harmonise ithe various"coniflicting interests recentl,?ygown'uprin: the'profession. A pre liminhry meetingwas held yesternight,to frame a code of ruiles. :. . "Shortly;after:.seven o'clock yesternight, a firebrolke' ouit!in :ia kitln adjoining Harpers' riiills): ;Bathistfstrsteet, threatening destruction to' tha aiid Vi'cars'Tweed Factory, but through the' xertions ;of' the firemen the fire was ,?orinedto th$ building where it broke out. Con'sideiible' danmage was done to the ma chlinery, .and the adjoining factory suffered damage. .. Iost encou...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

GOULBLRN ITEIS. OUR readers will be glad to learn that Mr. W. Horace Robertson, who for nearly two years occupied the position of sub-editor and reporter of the Goulburn Herald, has re ceived an appointment on the parliamentary staff .of the Hobart Mercury, Ta.mania. Mr. Robertson left Goulburn to join the Kyneton Observer, Victoria, as editor, which position he resigned on receiving the above appointment. : Thomas Tew, of Norwood, near Goulburn, laborer, has surrendered his estate. Liabili ties, £52 I3s; assets, /?4. Mr. Lyons, official assignee. On Saturday evening last the Holloway Dramatic Company gave their sixth and final entertainment befdre a large and delighted audience, the Mechanics' Hall being well filled in its several parts. The main piece of the evening was that well-known and ever* admired .drama-" The Sea of Ice," which was performed throughout with remarkably good effect; the scenery and mechanical effects by far surpassing anything of the kind that we have seen pr...

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CABLE MESSAGES. CONSTANTINOPLE, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

CABLE sMESSAGES. -(.Fron udnpey Daell Papers. i '2 S. ;. .: '..- CONSTANTINOPLE, April 23. . MucH excitement has been caused in cdnse quence of conifessibons wlich have beei~ made by fouu.palace domestics, to the effect that hey were co6nderied in the death of' th'late Sultan,,Abdul-Aziz, who, after his deposition in May, 1876; :died suddenly,.and was be lieved to have. committed suicide-by inflicting: an incision in the arm with a pair of scissors· Theifouir mei? in qeti??tio nduv declre thalit the Suiltain was mirurd?eil.'d The conifession tends:, to imiplicate mai?y .of; the h"ighest officials: at cotiurt at the time the crime was comimiiitted. ' . - ATHENS, April 24. Thlie Miiisteir :ofWa ini tlhe Coumouii'dou ros Mini'stry tendered his resignatioin to the Kiing of- Greece to-day, in' consequenice of a disagreement wih the aciio-n of ':'s col leagues in recently accepting the terms oft settlemeniit proposed by'Tuirkey and supiorteid by the Powers. · Voltinos has been appointed t...

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