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Cobargo Jockey Club Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Cobargo Jockey Glob Annual . Races. The following are the nominations and weigtits for the different events at the Cobargo District Jockey Club's annual meeting' on the 29th January: — OPENING HANDICAP, 6 fur longs. st 1b Dozy ... ... .'.-.' 9 5 R n Ilia n ? 9 5 Iluretta ... ... ... 8 10 Caesar ... ... ... 8 0 Icicle ... ... ... ???. 7 10 Woodrose ... ... ... 7 10 Rapid River ... ... 76 Zetwell ... ? 6 10 J.A. '?'? ... ... ... Ii '.) COBARGO HANDICAP, about 1 mile. Ruffian ... ... ... 9 5 ? Atlantean... ... ... 9 ,.o' Future' ... ... ... 8' o Huretta ... ... . , ... 7 ? !) Ecicle ... ...' ... 7; 3 Cordite ... ... ... 7 0 Zetwell ... ... ??..; 6 9 J.A ? 6 .7 HANDICAP TROT 1 # .mi leg. Creamy ... .. ... ... scr Great Scott ? scr ' sues, blul Huon Bess ... ... ..: ? » Austral Boy ... ... ... J5 Numbugga ...... ... 20 N.M.' ? -jo Rebel Maud ? 25 . Toronto ' ... ... ... 35 FLYING HANDICAP 7 furlongs. Ruffian ..*. ... ... 9 5 Huretta ? 8 .7. Previous ? ... 8 5 Icicle ? 77 Cordite ... ... ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sore-headed "Ma" State. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

The Sore-headed 'Ma' State, The following pertinent letter ap peared in Saturday's 'D.T.' under the same of 'Scotchman.' Paro chialists should road it carefully and think hard, and if they are not then ashame-J of their 'spoilt kid' behavior there's no shame left in them: — Sir, — Will you allow me to ad dress a few remarks through your columns to the gentlemen who propose to protest against the 'wrongs of New South Wales' at the Town-hall on the (last Wed nesday)? I only know the names of one or two, therefore I have a difficulty about addressing them liRrRonnllv. The thines I desire to say to them are those: — (1) Don't tell your audience that Dalgety was selected as the Federal capital because it is* nearer Melbourne than Sydney. Dalgety is closer in a straight line to Syd ney than Melbourne, and much closer by the nearest practicable' railway route. The thinir is not worth straining the immortal truth about. (2). Don't dig up again the old assertion that New South Wales wouldn't...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Polly's Story. A SERIAL STORY. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Polly's Stony. A SERIAL STORY. . PART I. 'Oh, but what would John think? Don't bring him in, ploase, Miss Priscilla,' cried I, in a fever, for John was to marry me byand bye. 'Very well; theu you mustn't let them see what you're doing.' 'I sha'n't,' said I, boldly. 'Trust me, Miss Priscilla.' 'One minute. Suppose the door's bolted inside when we come back — what then?' 'I don't know, I'm sure,' said I, helplessly. We looked at each other and sighed. 'If it comes to that,' she said, 'I could easily get in at my win dow, and so could you easily enough; I've often done it years ago. The chcrry-trcc is as handy as possible; you might unhitch the window. No, no. no!' cried she, stamping her foot passionately as I was preparing to obey her. .'What fl W'\r\rtiA tliinif T mti Hi-.]}.. I AIT!... Ifwotildn't do such a tiling to save my life! How could I think of it? Shut it tight down, and, if the door is bolted, I'll run up to the front door and ring. Why, I shall have done what I wanted by ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT AND SOCIAL. In the evening a complimentary concert was tendered the' visiting brethren by the Evening Star Lodge. There was a good atten dance. Bro. W. M. Boardman pre sided, and prior to tho opening number ho took occasion to thank those present for their attendance. He said that the entertainment had been organised in honor of the an nual visit of representatives and officers of the Order from outside centres, and in an endeavour to make their stay . a pleasant one. Unfortunately, some of the breth ren had been unable to stay and had'departed immediately tho an nual meeting was over that after noon. As there was to bo a dance afterwards, he would not take , up anymore time than was necessary in getting through the programme. The concert opened with a piano forte solo by Mr. Tidd, an item that was deservedly applauded. Following is the programme as Miss Bewickc ; comic song, Mr. J. Dogenhardt 'Got to Cat;h a Train' ; address by Bro. J. M. Lee (as printed below...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Annual Meeting G.U.O.O.F,Bega District. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Annual Meeting G.U.O.O.F. Bega District The annual meeting of the Dis trict officers and representatives of 'tho Lodges comprising the Bega District was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday afternoon. The District includes the follow ing iJUUgCO . X/Ggcl, HI VUlllll^ tjblll , Candelo, 'Rising Star'; Wolumla, 'Star of Wolumla' ; Bemboka, 'Star of Bemboka' : Cathcart, 'Star of Cathcart' ; and from the present meeting, the Prince Alfred Lodge, Bombala, with a member ship of about 160, which lately se ceded from the Braidwood District. Following are the representatives of the Lodges who were present : Bros. A. B. Jones (Bcga), C. F. Boiler (Candelo), P. F. Curran (Wolumla), S. P. Wilton (Bem boka )LChas. Solomon (Cathcart). District officers present : District Master Bro. W. M. Boardman, D. D.M. Bro. S. M. Rodd, Dis. Trea surer, Bros. Jas. Pike, Dis. Secre tary, J. M. Lee, Dis. Trustees, Bros. T. J. Preston, M. J. Condon, F. J. Ryan. Bro. W. A. Boardman pre sided. m The minutes of th...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN BUSHRANGING. THE EARLY DAYS. CHAPTER V.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

AUSTRALIAN BU3HRANGING. TI3IE1 ZEJ-A-IR/ULTZ- 3DJL'5TS. By CHARLES WHITE. Chafier V.— Continued. The other man is about 26 years of age, and about 5ft. 6in. high, light hair and whiskers, and small light moustache, sallow com plexion. A reward of j£20 is of -^cu iui uuruinur a apprencnsion, and £50 will be paid by the Go vernment to any person who may, within six months from the present date, give such information as shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the said John Pies ley, and £50 will be paid for the apprehension and conviction 6f each of'the other offenders. But leaving Gardiner for a time, we must turn aside to the history and exploits of the man whom Hosie declared to bo the chief in strument in his rescue from cus tody. JACK PIESLEY. From the very first of Gardiner's road adventures in the West he was' associated in the police and press reports with another noto rious criminal namedPiesley, who was also an old Cockatoo hand. Piesley had been sent to Cockatoo for...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Policeman's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

A Policeman's Troubles. The new Liquor Act has in some instances, caused considerable fric- . tion between the police and some people who have been pulled up short unrlftr it« iirmiicinna a«,i :* is no use trying to deny that in some cases the' Act works very harshly and unduly interferes with ihat freedom which every Britisher loves. But the 'Budget' is not if those who would blame the solice for doing their duty under ;he new conditions, for they are )nly instruments of the law. and :annot be blamed if our legislators turned out an Act which works lardship instead of remedying an ''.'? ..'.-'«- juuugus says this much beoause it has been'asked to 'deal' with the polico in one or two instances where they have simply done their duty, This paper will always be found on the side of order and a strict obser vance of the county's laws, Therp is no doubt that wherever the Liquor Act is manifestly unfair to the individual tho admir,] itrators will find a way to relieve ; thp tension, and i...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Clifford Lowe* Cetol8/^.] SHIP BRAND /6SV Corn Flour /-/ Is the only / £«^ / Treble-E«finedCOENFLOUE / ^^/ I Two Packets of ^|^tf Nutritious, and SHIP BRAND WHfSWy . eminently wited CORNFLOUR IP^^ will go as far J^S^W' ?_ ? as three .. / ^^^ ? r©DI© 0 pack:Jsof /»/ * Refined any other / A-» / make 7,^/CORN FLOUR JK / SO /r9 ranked by Medical authorises and / / ^Kr / Food Experts as the Highest-class ' / ^^ /COEN FLOUB in the World. It is free / /JS!) Aom Oil, Potatoe Starch, and ewytorm of / Xfi^ / Adulteration. ^ /CLIFFORD LOYE & COMPY, *^/ 77 Clarence Street, SYDNEY, I MANY MENI I Are Treated by *-,_ ' *jMm*^r_ -* I I Other Methods I SEiSN^ '^JMIK ?fell ? Without Beneflt- ^^N£sSff%3B BHI I Our Treatment ^^lUHl I by Electricity Cures. W ^Bl ? Lr5raB ^'^MTMUMnure, applied the . fw. ^)Ai.^SH B T,,wayi 2nd Men who have allowed the \ 7*1 i^8ttJ«M 9 v™»Uty to fade from their bodies, and those I f\Y I fflWWl IB who suffer from Weakness, Nbrvousness, d !\l\\ I / /SHHbF*1H B Lame B...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APOLOGISTS EOR THE RABBIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

APOLOGISTS EOR THE RABBIT, Monday's 'Daily Telegraph' draws attention to the attitude of the Melbourne Trades Hall regarding the proposal of pastoralists to intro duce a disease for the wholesale destruction of rabbits. This' matter was also dealt with in last issue of the 'Budget.' The ' D.T ' says :— It is remarkable to find a body of thinkers in conclave assembled solemnly protesting against the ex termination of the rabbits in New South JWales on the ground that the operation of trapping them gives employment to a large num ber of men. To destroy the rabbit pest entirely is, in the opinion of the Melbourne Trades-hall Council, equivalent to killing the goose that lays the golden eggs. If all the rabbits are destroyed, obviously the occupation of the rabbit destroyer, like that of Othello, will bo gone. And presumably the men who kill rabbits for a living must do it with discretion, taking care always to leave sufficient on any given area to securo the speedy reproduction oi me p...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
As You Like It. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

As You Like It. ' 1 must have liberty Wlthnl, as lnruo a dinner as the wind, To blow on whom I please.' — ' As You Lite it.' (Act II., 5C. 7). With a view to instruction in the art of letter-writing, schoolteachers in the United States are endeavor ing to arrange for an exchange of letters between their pupils and those in other countries. The Vic torian Deputy Postmaster General recently received about 20 letters from an American schoolmaster. These letters have been sent on to the Education Department, with a request that they be distributed among the local scholars desirous of undertaking the coirespondence. The idea is a praiseworthy one, but in Australia the necessity for dis couraging letter writing is being seriously considered by the heads of families, especially since the postcard craze has become fashion able. If the postcard mania mi crobe were introduced into the Rrntptl nnrl flmlri«liorl «e if. rli-inc i»i this country, there would be no necessity to encourage outward c...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sydney Exhibition Job. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

The Sydney Exhibition Job. Ox more than one occasion the Budget has drawn attention to the persistent efforts of the city press to force before public notice the question of holding a mammoth exhibition 111 Sydney. feo far, apparently, the hints have fallen on unsympathetic ears and even 'Pro bono publico' and 'Progress' have not written to the papers approving the suggestion. That the papers have not written some such letters to themselves is a matter for surprise, for . they are never backward in playiag this old trick for all it is worth. These papers are not in the least daunted by the lukewarmness of the people, and the 'Sunday Times,' last week came up smiling for the eleventh time with its little pro posal under its pink arm. In referring to the recent A.N.A. ex hibition and condemning the way the affair was managed, the pink Sydney 6heet used the occasion to get off the following plea for an exhibition to be held at its back yard: And this brings up the oft-mentioned questio...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PASSENGER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

THE PASSENGER US?. The following were passengers per steamer Eden on Wednesday last: — From Eden, Misses Dean, Richardson, Kraushaar, Messrs. Parker, Barlow, Master Parkes; from Merimbula, Miss Savage, Mr. Thompson; from Tathra. Mosdames Macdonald, Boag, Monk, M'Kern, Murphy, Beveridge, Misses Hicks, Tims, Murphy, Newtown, Alder, Linden. Parker. Vicerkine. O'Brien. Wright, Kelly, Boag, (2), Hunt, Degeuhardt (2), Messrs, Hibburd, Farraher, Macdouald, M'Lellan, Monk, Boag, Wilson, Britten, Spring, Master, Murphy; from Bermagui, Mesdmnes Priestly,* Percival, Caffin, Misses Bailey, Crawford, Hill, Lewis, O'Brien, Percival, Messrs. Smith, Caffiu, Perry, Inskip; and five in the steer age. Passengers per steamer Bega, which left- Sydney on Thursday for Bermagui — Messrs. Livingstone, Nicholls, Hobbs, Kaiser (3), Mas ters Hockey and Richardson, Mr. Low, Misses Allen and Milne, For Tathra — Messrs. Cunningham, Campbell, Ritchie, Sullivan, Lynch, Francis, W. Coady, Heery, Martell, Sharpe, Cor...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Live Stock and Other Sales. Auctioneers Reports. \\ . Kixon reports a large number of stock forward on Tuesday. Lambs 12s; fat pigs 27s 6d to 32s 3d, slips 9s, stores 16s 3d to 19s; fat cows £5 12s, springers £5, poddies 11s 6d to 27s 6d, 18-months heifers £2 to £2 4s 6d, store cows £1 10s to £2 12s 6d, 18-months steers 38s Gd; horses £5 5s to £10 10s. W. C. Allan and Co. report as follows re Tuesday's sale: — Fat bullocks £9 10s, heifers £1 10s to £1 15s. poddies 20s; ewes 11s, wethers 13s 6d, sow and litter£3 15s; also privately 100 steers 12 to 15 months, and 35 steers Ij4 to 2 years. E. I. Pell reports having sold at the Bega yards last Tuesday; — Fat cows to £5 5s, store cows to £3, steers (18 months) to £1 7 6, poddies to j9s 3, pony turnout £18, buggy horse £25 10s. William Rixon notifies : On Saturday, 27th January, at Mudie's Hotel yards, Bemboka, 40 young cattle, 15 stoie cows. On Tuesday, 23rd January, at the central saleyards, 20 pigs, 6 fat cattle, 15 forward-conditione...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

LATEST TELEGRAMS. Sydney. Friday. .Potatoes .£2. 10s to £1, turkey hens 6s to 7s, gobblers 12s to 18s, oaten hay £4, butter choice llj^d, prime lOd to lid, pastry d}4 to 9 J$d, cheese 4d to 5%, eggs Sd to 9d, hens 2s to 2/9, young roosters 4s to 5s, ducks 3s to 4s, maize 4s to 4/4. A HUMAN FRIEND. A man at Balranald was fined £2 and costs for cruelty to a horse. He knocked the animal's eyes out with a gun barrel and then worked it in a dray next day. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. Sir William Lyno says that N.S. Wales is greatly to blame for the trouble which has arisen with re spect to the selection of the Capital site.. It was all due to the apathy of the State' politicians. ALL ABOUT A CHINAMAN. A Chinaman has been arrested at Singapore on a charge of being implicated in the disappearance of Mee Sing, whose body was lound in Sydney harbor in November last. DEATH FROM LOCKJAW. Miss Jean Sutherland, of Ben digo, died yesterday from lockjaw as a result of a rusty nail piercing the sole o...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Mr. G. D. Clark at a meeting of the Prohibitionist Party on Satur day had a rap at those Police Ma gistrates who from the Bench cri ticised the law they were paid to administer, especially the new Liquor Act. He said that if the Liquor Act were faithfully ad ministered it would mean protec tion to thousands of young men. No good would come of any Act, he added, if those responsible for en forcing its provisions were going to apologise for doing so, as had happened recently. Always fake Mother's Advice —AND— RS —BUY AT— B RYDON'S. Absolutely the Cheapest House all-round in Bega, A VISIT to THIS HOUSE BP' WILL CONVINCE YOU OF THE 'W EXCEPTIONAL VALUES ALWAYS TO BE OBTAINED THERE. . ? ;o; ? ? ? ? ~^-_A. PRICE LIST.-T' BLOUSES v*—'''. — Black Sateen, tucked, trimmed with lace, 4/11 White Tucked Muslin, 3/11 White Lawn, embroidered yoke and neck, 4/11 Fancy Blue and White Figured, 4/11 Beautiful line in White Japan Silk, 12/6 COSTUME SKIRTS^3pft^ Flared Crash (Our Special), 3/11 ? White ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Postal Printing. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Federal Postal Printing, Tin-: proposal of the Fcdoral Post OfKce authorities to have all the postage stamps, postal notes, etc., required for tho Commonwealth printed ut the General Post Office, Adelaide, instead of in each State according to local requirements, formed llic suoject of a deputation to the Postmaster-General to-day, when the Sydney Labor Council put forward an emphatic protest against the New South Wales Government Printing Office being deprived of the work which it had been customary to have done there. After several of the deputation had spoken the Postmaster-General replied as follows : — He did not think any harm had been done by the delay which had occurred in him meeting this de [luuuiuii ami auuougn provision naci been made for an outlay of ,£1300 on machinery in Adelaide, no steps had yet been taken towards buying it. Tho desire of the Go vernment was only to do what was right to the whole of the Common wealth. He wished it however to be distinctly understood...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

SPORTING, Nominations for Wnllagoot re gatta close to-day. ^ Milton announces a show race meeting on February 23. Prize money .£50. The Jel.nt Jellat hand, under the leadership of Bandmaster .Russell, will play at Wallagoot regatta. In the second innings of N.S.W. in the Kelly benefit match, Cotter secured 6 wickets for 163. St. John's Institute cricketers play Kameruka on the latter's wicket to-day. A rifle match will be conducted by the A.L.H squadron at Tarra gandah to-day. The Bega rifle club will commence a shoot next Wednesday. Results of Delegate races (first day Wednesday) : Opening Handi cap, Narrana ; Trial Weltur, Gar field ; Handicap, Corra Lynn ; Flying Handicap, Bower Queen. Nominations for the Tanja Wapengo race club sports, to take place on 26th January, close to day, with the secretary. Jlr. W. Taylor, Tlin ...r.ll 1. .»»..... W T A 1 ? 1 ? me ivuji-iwiuH ii s,-),i\. linn ijccn sold through the ' agency of Kiss and Sons, Sydney, to go to India. His purchaser has hop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

W. C. Allan & Co. 12 Head Prime Fat Cows, fattened on Monaro. 50 HEAD FAT SHEEP, 50 HEAD MIXED CATTLE. At the Central Saleyards, Bega, WC. ALLAN and CO. havo ro ? ceived instructions to sell, by public auction, as above. W. C. ALLAN and CO., Auctioneers, Brokers, &c. LAND VALUATION A SPECIALITY. f&~ Sales conducted In any part of the District. ADVANCES MADE ON ACCOUNT. Account Kales rendered immediately after sale.

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Concert at Brogo. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

Concert at Brogo. A SUCCESSFUL concert in aid of the Presbyterian stipend fund was held in the Union Church on Wednesday night. There was large attendance, and visitors were present from Bega, Quanma, Co- bargo and Tilba. The Rev. John Muir presided. The programme was long and varied, and every item was appreciated and almost without exception encored. Fol- lowing is the complete programme : Overture Castinets Mrs. D. McGregor Song "Sleep and Forget" Mr. A Richards. Song "His Little Wife was with Him all the Time" Mr. H. Braine. Song "Sing Me to Sleep" Mrs. Rey- nolds, Song "Bonnie Mary of Argyle" Mr. D. McGregor. Song "Kate O'Shane" Miss M.Otton. Song "Bid Me to Love" Miss Smith. Song "The Good Kind Husband" Mr. A. Lawson. Violin Solo Mr. J. Blanchard. Song "I'll Be Your Sweetheart" Miss Florrie McLeod. Song "Idle Words" Miss Spence. Song "Mary" Mr. Reynolds.   Song "I Wont Go Out with Riley any More" Mr. A. Richards. Song "Banks of Allan Water" Miss M. Otton. Song "Bl...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 20 January 1906

CANDELO. The weather still continues warm in the day time, with cool nights. Rain is again wanted to freshen the grass and corn. At the local Police Court on Monday Mrs, Hunt was much in evidence, but she retired beaten every time. Her cases consisted of two small debts cases, and two assault cases : Mary Hunt v Edgar Hannnond, board and residence and washing fees, claim £3; 5s paid into court by defendant. Verdict for amount paid into court with 5s costs. Edgar Evans v Mary Hunt, claim £6 1s 11d, money lent. De fendant admitted ' the claim and asked for time, through her solici tor Mr Cunningham, but the P M refused time and gave a verdict for amount claimed with 5s expenses, 5s costs. Mary Hunt v Wm Shick. Two cases of assault both dismissed. George Mackell v Chas-Whitlock.   Trespass. Defendant fined 1s 12s 6d,   expenses 6s and costs. 'As a sequel to the assault 'Billy'.' was evicted by Mrs Hunt, on Wednesday morning, all his gather ing being bundled in...

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