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CAREER OF A NEW CHUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

OARKJ3R OF A NSW GHthKTT— 1 The exertions of the police in truc'iug the atitn cedents of a Swede named Erick Otto Higeien lioiirp, who was arrested on Boxing-day under Jfeas- picious circumstances, on the premises of Mr John Fry, of Lousdule-street east, and rominaod for further inquiry by the .city bench, ou Wedueaday last, have been rewarded, by the recovery of tue valunbles stolen from Jne /Rev. Mr ', Hand field's residencp, ib i^ovemrierjask, aiid in . tbe'&i^cbviery/.-of the proceeds of'sEVeral r/ee'eht bnrgLirie's'.. ? ';';r0a) tpe person ijf the pri(iprie.r ^rSf'o found a deposjltire'ceipt from : Metals Dalgely in hisfavor, for, , £62, iaud numerous aUelptbu keys ; arid through tbe posses sion of the latter objects the police, have been enabled to trace the depreciations of this person since his arrival in the colony by the. 'Great Britain, in Sppteruber last. The Great Britain arrived ;in the B-y on the 21-st September, and on/the 23rd !of that month Higelonbourg cas...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIEW ON THE RIVER GLENELG, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

VIEW ON THJS RIVER GLENELG, SOUTH ' AUSTRALIA. The river Glenelg, named after a nobleman who was at one time Secretary of State for the Colonies, flows from the Grampians, between the Victorian ranees, and divides the Wimmera district from Dundas. It is fed by innumerable tributaries, the principal of which are the Rivers Chetwynd, 'YVando, Wunnon, Stokes and Crawford. It forms the boundnry between Kollett on the west, and Dundas and Normanby on the east, and empties itself into Dis covery Bay, between CapeB Northumberland and .UridgewatLT. ;?? Though irregular in ita course, it is, very uniform in ita width, which is about lie yards at;' the greatest ; ita mean ilepth for 60 miles from the aea is about three fathoms, but, unfortunately for navigation, the bar is shallow, and as there is but iittlo tide on that coast, the greatest rise iu the flow of the river, judging by the floating weeds, does not exceed a foot. The accompanying view is taken from ? he vicinity of a hill, the sum...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMITTAL OF A SEAMAN FOR WILFUL MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

COMMITTAL- OF -A SEAMAN FOR WILFUL MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS. Henry Riwlins, au articled seaman on bonrd the ship Salamander, tvas, at the \V lliamstowh police oourt, was charged with the wilful murder of James Brown, a shipmate, by stabbing him with a knife, ou the 9:h nit., a few hours after the vessel hud left Auckland for this port. Captain James Clnrk deposed : The Salamander left Auckland about three o'clock on the afternoon of the 9th December, and arrived Iu Hobson'sBuy on tbe 28tb. Prior to the sailing of the ship, the owner of some cattle on board gave the crew a quantity of drink, unknown to roe. He also gave each cf tbe men a glass of grog. AVe continued our course till between ten and eleven o'clock, when, the chief officer came to my cabin and stated there had been a dlsturbanco in the forecastle, und that one of the men had been stabbed. Being unwell myself and nnnble to walk, I sent tbe chief mate and ateward to ihe forecastle to make inquiries. They shortly returned, ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DROUGHT—SEE PAGE 13. THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE DEO U G H T— see page 13. THE DROUGHT. Oar last month's issue contained some account of the sufferings. from thirst which were endured by a family in the hash, and which resulted in the death of all the children. The account was furnished by a correspondent of the Pastoral Times, writing from Wentworth, South Australia, fuller particulars of the ghastly tragedy are supplied in the following extract from the South Aus tralian Advertiser, 7th December: — ' The weather up the Darling has been frightfully hot, and the country is dry and barren in the extreme. Should the drought continue twelve .months longer, there will scarcely be a living head of stock left. There has. been a sad occurrence up the Darling, which happened as fol lows:— A man named John Hide, his wife, and five children, aged from seven years to seven months, started from the Murray, traveling with a horse and cart up the anabranch, and thence to the Darling, looking for employment. In travel ling up the anabranch, ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FIRE ON MOUNT WARRENHEIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE FIRE ON MOUNT WARRENHBIP. I Fit' M THE BALLAA.UAT STAR, JAKUABY 8] Bush tires — tho usuul attendants ou an Australian summer — have, for a few week*, been prevaloat in the district aronud Billaarat, bat, although several very extensive conflagrations have occurred in our immediate neighborhood, up to the present time little or no damage has been caused to any desorip tion of private property. So far, therefore, there is reason for congratulation ; but how long private property in some of the outlying districts will main tain its present comparative immunity is a mutter. that tioie alone will allow. Bush fires can generally be traced to carelessness, although the person or persons guilty thereof may remain; unknown. It be ' hoveu those resident in the outlying districts — where, in the event of a tire springing up, not only their own property, but the property of others for miles round maybe endangered, to bo exceedingly careful in the uao of fire during the summer mouths, and on...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. THE POLLING FOR THE FIRST SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE ELECTIONS. THE POLLING FOR THE FIRST SERIES. . A partial appeal has been made to the country for its judgment upon the policy of the Government. The ' motion of . Mr Greeyes, just prior to the dissolution of. Parliament 'afforded' an op portunity to test tbo strerigth of the opposi tion tho Ministry, had to encounter in tnb mitting the issue to tho constituencies. Twenty - aix members recorded thoir votes' against tho con duct of the Government, as not calou ated to bring the affitirs of the country to \ 'a speedy aud fatio factory conclusion, notwithstanding the Govern ment had annoanood their' intention to remit the queBtioh to the' arbitrament of' the' people; 'Of the t wenty-sis members 'forming the' minority,''; eight were remitted to ' their constituenciea : in the first batch of elections, which took place on the 23rd ult. For the fifteen cohstituenoies contested (Wimmera making the sistoeiitli, being a walk over) there were tho folio iving candidates. Those baring an ''a...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RACE HORSE TARRAGON. THE RAGE HORSE TARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

,f ^:S,':'p;^ *9:t .''-$ 9 ^^^ 7 * n'ft $ ft 9 N-»?r nw, ^4, r THE RACE HORSE TARRAGON. . Tarragon, whose likeness is given in our present im pression, is an aged horse, by New Warrior,: - dam Ludia. Ho is of a uniform bay color, with' a' deep girth, a powerful shoulder or forearm, and- a showy profile generally; but, when viewed- from behind, is!nbt of equally attractive make.- He has started in ? nine toon races, and won eleven. As a four-year '? old, carrying 9 st 6 lb, he beat .several celebrated colonial horses ; and, next ' year, he went threq niilea in. ii min. 55 sec;, beating another good Cold. He also, in the same year, with 9 st 7 lb on his back, ran second to Regus by. half a length, in a- two-mile racejwhich was. won in 3 min. 46 sec. At sis-years old ho beat Volunteer, who ran second, with 20 ib in hia favor,1 for another three miles, and six others, in 5 min. 57 sec.; and iri the samo year ho accomplished two; miles in 3 min. 50 sec, and was again a winner. ; In 1864 ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

AG E (D A I L Y ) ; Agent for, in -London, Mr F. ALG3SR, 11 Clement's lane. Lombard street. rn h HT il H a d a. k JL A Journal of news,- politics, literature, and art, is published every Saturday morning, at 65, Elizabeth street, Melbourne. The Leader is liberal, in politics, and the intelligence supplied through its' columns will bo found to be accurate and complete.' The subscription to the Leaser is Six Shillings and Sixpence per quarter, payable in advanoe; or Seven' Shil lings and Sixpence, postage paid. The quarter maj commence at any time. Present circulation of, the Leader is 12,000 copies weekly, and it is, in fact, the., largest and most extensively circulated paper in the Australian colonies. ': , Office 67 Elizabeth streeot, Melbourne. Agent, in London, Mr F. Alqeb, Clement's lane Lombard street. ~ ENLARGEMENT ', ' .'??'?'? op ?'??'' THE WEEKLY AGE, AND ITS; „ AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' JOURNAL. The Fakmers' Jouunal, after a long and pros porous careor as an independ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GERMAN TURNVEREIN ASSOCIATION GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE GERMAN TURNVEREIN ASSOCIATION GATHERING. The German Gymnastic Association held their annual fete at the Survey paddock on Monday. This reunion is always looked forward to with consider able interest, and no expense is spared to mnke it what it really lays claim to, the jtiouio par excellence of the season. Everything is conceived on a gigantic scale, and with a becoming' regard to the multitude accustomed to attend these gatherings. The true German is too cosmopolitan in his sentiments to verge upon tbe clannish, and it is not the least pleasant feature of this annual gathering to find all classes of colonists are eqnally invited to participate in tbe enjoyment. The gymnastic enter tainment of tho Turnverein is one of the great at tractions of this fete, and no mean rival of the Leotard and Lenton troupe, the former of whom were engaged at the Forresters' gathering. Some part singing, for which tho Germans are justly . celebrated, ; is another great feature of the picnic, and -s...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE RACES. An inquest was held at the Jcnotiim H-vel, Fimts oray, 2nd ih*t., before Dr. D. P. Maclean, coroner for the district, on the body of u Iftd, named Robert Barklv Roberts, aged eight years and five months, who mat his doath on the Flemington raoe-conrae tho day previous. Mr Robert Roberts deposed : t am the father of deceased. He was with me on tbe raee-ooursB ou Monday. We had started towards home about five. o'clock, and were abont fifty y«td» from the leap neair the Saltwater River. Futr horses came up together; one of them. 'fell. Tho boy slipped fiom my side, and went behind me. Other three horses were going to jump over the one that had fallen. I turned round to look for the deceased, but did not see him. Stwtwo other horses come up, and a boy knooked down. He wa3 on the course. 1 -crvamed out 'There is some body's boy killed,' and run towards him with another man. When I first picked the deceased up I did not know it was iny son. Saw the blooil runn...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW YEAR'S FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE NEW YEAR'S FESTIVITIES. The pleasure seeking portion of our population make New Year's Day one of special enjoyment. We are fast gliding into the habit of our Gaelic colonists in making it the day of general festivity,* when it is no sin to manifest a proneness to in dulgence, and absolution fer any sins of omission or commission is freely accorded. Christmas Day partakes too much of a sewi-roligious festival to chime with the disposition of the general public, whilst the advent of the new year is the carnival of our indulgence after the solemn reflections which the expiring year' is calculated to evoke. The day was observed as a close holiday, the great attraction being the Melbourne race-course, _ to which tens, of thousands wended their way, where they found as good a bill of fare as the most insatiable turfite gourmand could digest. But all Melbourne was not on tbe Flemington race-course. Some thousands were assembled in the Zoological Gardens and took part in the Forosters'...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GERMAN PICNIC AT THE BOTANICAL RESERVE [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE GERMAN PICNIC AT THE BOTANICAL RESERVE ' A large number of the members of tho Gorman Association spent their New Year's Day holiday in the Botanical Reserve, . where they indulged in the usual out-door games. A band of music was in attendance, and to itti strains, the more youthful portion of the holiday-makers tripped it on the light 'fan tastic toe. For those so inclined, swings and other means of active exorcise were provided Some wiled away their lime by athletic sports, such as running, jumping, Sea., whilst others devoted themselves to the morn pleasant pastime of k'ss in the ring. The refreshments provided by the asso ciation were done ample justice to, and, altogether a most pleasant and agreeable day was spent.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE DECEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

SHiPPIiVG FOR THE MONTH. .VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MEL BOUUNE SINCE THE DEPAliXUHE OF THE DECEMBER JVlAtL. Decesiueb. . ??;-..'?? 'I'd. Java, Swedish barque, 650 tons, I». E. Alengren, from Geile. Wilahin and Leigbton, agents. 25. Nil Desperandum, brig, 276 tuns, H. M. Downing, from Hong Kong. Wilkipson Brothers and Co., agents. 25. Sum Ceurhs, ship, -White Star Line, 1422 tons, John Chambers, from Liverpool. Lorimer, Mar wood and Rouib, agents. 2G. Australia, Swedish bhip, 830 tons, F. A. Carlson, from Gefle. it. nnd P. Turnbull, agents. . , 26. Mediator, ship, 1069 tons, Macuuley, from London. Do Puss Brothers and Co:, ngents. ? , ' 28. Othello, barque, 842 tons, JohnWiritivill, from San Fiaucisco, ? via Sydney. 3. House and Co., agouta. ? ; ' ? 28. Sarah, brig, 233 tons, J. Cntto, from Mauritius, 23rd nit. Joshua Brothers, ngents. 29. Eoyul Btandard, s., White SUr Line, 2017 tons, Edwnrd Whinergy, from Liverpool. 29. Eurynome, ship, 1103 tons,\ Willium Trick, from ?Liverpoo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHOLESALE STICKING-UP AT FOX-LOW STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

WHOLESALE STrCK ING-UP AT FOX LOW STATION. [TnOK'^THB-. QTJEANBEY.IK ?-.. ? AQE.T ? ;'l '?!? ; :', Another.' sticking - up - soene,! oil a1 gigantic' scale, ' ' - : . ? ' ? has been- enacted.- ? 'The extensive Foxlow station, the establishment of Mr John HosMnoi of Sydney, was BtU( k-up oh last -Friday night,' 5th January, by a large party of -armed men' with' ':th.*eir*fa'cesreither masked or paii tedwitttsoot, VaniT. their figures enveloped a la f'oncSo, with cloth 'of 'almost every color. Shortly be orenine o'clock Mr'' Vallance was surprised by the suddt n dppning of the/door of his sitting room and tho appearance of two' men — one of- them a very tall, strong man with'-a black mask ? and -black cloak or something from his; shoulders to his' top .boots; :the other was rather under' the middle height, but .strong and active in make, and disguised'witb. a kerchief tied roundhis face from 'the eyes downwards; he. wore a monkey '. jaoketand white moleskin trqugers. . For a moment Mr...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LYTTELTON, PORT COOPER, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

LYTT-BLTON,- PORT COOPER, NEW Zfi A- J LAND. . :» f1 ?' The fertile province : of : Canterbury/ New Zealand,' is upp'ronched by the noble', harbor of Port Cooper, lying, to the north ? of : Batik's peninsuliu ' {For ?miles off ' the const good anchorage is fonnd, and hero a, land-locked boy . opens. ' wiih u width of two' miles', lind vitris inland eight miles with HufFicR-iil ileiitti of -witter ' for vessels ..of tlif liugont. tonniiye'to iide in 'sutety, and without ?n.har.ur.slioal in its n'juin hil'siii. At tlie ' bend of the ijavj(;nbie?part: a small bay. oh , the north side was'sfclfcc.te.d a'sthe siteT of the .capital .of u the Canterbury . settlement and .named' after ; ?? Lofdi , Ly ttelton, a chief promoter ' ? of the undertaking. Being completely surrounded by the sea on one side and. lofty . mountains on the other, the settlers had .to scale a height of .1200 feet, and make a correspond ing descent on the .other side to reach the Heathcote from which point the plains st...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLAARAT DISTRICT HOSPITAL. LAYING OF THE MEMORIAL STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

BALLAARAT DISTRICT HOSPITAL. LAYING OP THE MEMORIAL STONE. The ceremony of laying tho memorial stene at Ihe Btillaarat district botpital, on tbe occasion of the erection of the south wing to the building, took place on New Year's day, aiid was attended with every success. As has been already slated, and is, no doubt, well known, the bottle containing tbe , nsnal memorials, which was deposited beneath the , foundation stone when the main pare of the buildirg i was first orectid, was afterwards abstracted diarii g, the time some alrerations were being made, and '. in order that tbe hospital should not bo wonting in the possession beneath its walls of something com-* memorative of its early history, it was deemed ad visable, as the erection of the south wing would com plete tbe original design of the building, to lay a memorial stone. The committee having arrived at that determination, inude arrangements to carry out tho movement with that success which the occasion demanded, and the v...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH.—SEE PAGE 8. INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. FIRST DAY.—TUESDAY, 26TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

/JIU JMWKJOJjUNJAlrf umclvj/i' HWUH-tobb WW h INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. ; */i tFiEST Day. — Tuesday, 26th Decemdek. ' ' After a lapse of two yearB, the intercolonial cricket jniatches, broken off through an unhappy and paltry squabble,- have .again been resumed. Time, the tjroat healer, has adjusted differences, and soothed the wounded feelings of both sides ; and once more twenty-two representatives of New South Wales ?and Victoria meet together in friendly rivalry .pflj* ,the, sward. „ $ince the time of the ?great VJoneBV disturbance at Sydney, inany changes have token place in the personnel jojf/ both eie^eis.. Some of the veterans of the ?bat! have put off their flannel, it would seem, for good— thus wVin Victoria have lost the services of XJ'ebrge Marshall, of Haddlestone, of Bryont, of ijammersley, and of J., B. Thompson. As a- compensation, however, there has been a jjtrbng','* infusion '''-of new men, ; who seem both able and willing to fill the places of thoso we have lo...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

THE MONTH. Christmas, the most joyous of festival?, has again brought a brief respite from the prosaio troubles of life, and appears to have been a week of gennine en joyment. 'The great intercolonial cricket match wns to* important an event to be included among the ordinary Christmas pastimes. 'Without exaggeration, it excited the hopes and fears of many thousands of Che most' intelligent 'and' respectable classes in the two ' colonies ; and in no circle of cricketers would 'ith'aVe' been safe to speak of it as having less than: national importance. There can be no doubt whatever that it was one. of the finest exhibitions of this manly sport ever witnessed on this side of the globe; and the viotery of the Viotorion eleven* amply compensates for that defeat of our champions ' ' in ' the intercolonial trifle .match. New Year's day always comes like a second Christ-, ? maw, before^ the festive: spirit has '-quite- evaporate*-, and, if it laoks the solemn and sentimental associa tions ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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ST. FRANCIS'S ANNUAL PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

ST. FRANCIS'S ANNUAL PIC-NIC. Tho firflt annual public gathering, in connection with St. Francis's charitable institutions, look place 26ih ult., at the Botanical Rokci-vo. Early in tho forenoon, cara and other vehicles, ludeu with liviutr freights and hampers of good things, .wcro to bs Been hurrying towards tho floono of tho day's fes tivities, whero numerous tonts hud boon erected, For tbo accommodation of tho vinilors swiugB were {luaghng iu ovary direction from (ho moro Htaiuty treed ; and ganios of nil duMcriptions, snub bb running, jumping, louping, &«,, wcro irapruvismi for ihoso who»Q (.union led tlinm in that diruminn, Thcro wara (iltft ii vuriuiy of sports, uueli ua aunt bully, lieovipR tbo (jtono, nnd pjerry-gQ-rouwlH, 'l-'tio /(iiimlu purtion of tho attundimuu wore nooom uiotliitod with iwiiusnmonte traitod to their tastes, amongGt which dancing and Wasing in tho ring wore (he uiost oxteninyojy patronised,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENT TO THE A. S. N. COMPANY'S S. S. BOOMERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 20 January 1866

ACCIDENT TO THE A. S. N. COMPANY'S S. S. BOOMERANG. '?-?-, [FROM THE ROCKHAMPTON BULLETIN, DEuEMBEH 26.] News of the occurrence of an accident to the A;S.N.' Cq.'s s. s. Boomerang, 445 tons, ? arrived, -inji town Von-. Thursday afternoon, and, as might be expected, created much surprise. Tlie, news 'was toV the effect: that she. had struck upon tho bank just below. Rooky Point, and in the absence -of more detailed information, rumor soon had it that there 'were severalholesinher'bbt tom ; that aho was fixed bowon to'the'rocks, arid at the following tide would breakher back, or as others had it, go to pieces, i The cargo was; of conrse, said to be to tally destroyed. The Bosmerang lef L the lower wharf, for Sydney, shortly before eleven o'clock on Wednesday morning, Mr A.; D. Smith,, assistaut-bilot, being in charge until the arrival of the vessel in Keppel Bay. To show to what extent the reports prevalent in town might be^elied on, via append the following extract, taken from that p...

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