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FRIGHTENING A SEA-SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

FRIGHTENING A SEA.SERPENT. " I could have had a good look at a s marpilit once," said an old tar, " but foe one thing.' " Ay, ar," said hi ml.e mte, " what was that ?" " Well, the sarpint came up straight ahead, d'ye se. " At, ay .' And we were goingo straight for him." " A, ay." But he Ju looked as us and turned tall and went of like a flash, and we never saw a hair of hi-l freor. W. scared him." "I thought earpints weren't afraid of ships." said ono of the crew. "Neither they are," said thers. later of the story. "Then what scared him bl " Our ship was called the Si. Patrick, and there was a habmrock painted on her bow."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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IT PROBABLY WAS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

IT PROBABLY WAS. "Yes, my hands are soft," said a dudish and conceised young fellow the other night in a small company, as he admiringly looks at thoe seeeless appendaees that had never done a day's work. " Do you know how I do it?' he exclaimed, proudly. "I weas glovee on my hands evers night to sleep in." Do you sleep with . ..r bat on r, asked a pert yoong woman. And the young fellow replied in the negstive,'and looked wonde it1ag because the company smiled.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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WANDERINGS IN ASIA. CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

WANDKiINGS ,IN ?ASIA. BY ran Bo." JAmIs CAOIaBU., CALCUTTA.. It I. a singular fact that 'th establish mnent of the British Empire In dia is in some considerable degree due to the pro. fessional services of a couple of doctors. At Sirat on the west; and Hooghly. on the east, the oncesions of trading privi.' legUs were granted in return for oures affeated in. the rulers' families, and from Sthose twostations the territory of the British extended itself They were tb handfuls of earth in which was planted'the tree of British dominion that has since over. shadowed all the land. And yet that tree was nearly uprooted. "In 1687.8 the Company's servants, broken In spirit by the oppression of the native Viceroy, determined to abandon their factories in Bengal. In 1688, Captain Heath, of the Resolution, embarked all the C?ompany's servants and goods, sailed down the Hughli, and anchored off Balasor, on the t?assa coast. They were, however, soon Invited to return by the Emperor, who granted the...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

FRAGMEN t'S OF FUN. An act to amend-Sewing on a button. When yon are nailing down carpets and pound our finger, it's time to try a new lack. A milk waegon, beariong the sugeestive in. scription, " Cold Spring Dairy" on its side, has been seen moving about our streets at an early hour. The other milk dealers are thinking strongly of calling on the owner to nrge him to either sell out or change the name of the brand,. A Soosthman, having hired himself to a farmer, had a cheese set down before bim that he mighthelp himself. His master slJ to him, "Sandy. you take a long time to breakfast." " In truth, master," answered he, " a cheese o' this size iet.as ae sooneatea es e may think,. "I thought yon were born on thelsto April," said a Senedietto his lovely wife. who had mentioned the 21st as her birthday. " Meet people would think so from theehoio Imade of a husband." she replied. " You say the murdered man was leaning againost the fence when the prisoner hacked him ro pieces," cross.eea...

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THE DYNAMITE PARTY, PAST AND PRESENT. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

THE DYNAMITE PARTY, PAST AND PRESENT. The story of the dynamitard is by no means of merely historical interest. The party ise n existence at this moment, and Its aclivit may break out again If evente Seem to demand or favour it. But there t some thing reassurilng in the demonstration that the criminals who act-whatever may be the cae with tho" who meely plot-do not woik with impunity; that some thirty-two ae in peal servitude; and that two, literally hoist with their own petard, lie dead at the bottom of the Thamas. It is tothe case o these lat two me that we ill first refer. At a quarter to 0 on the evening of 13th December. 1884. an exploelon ook place under one of the arches of London Bridge. The shock was tremendous, bu the bridge was esarcely injured. Investigations were made, and many explanations were .iv; one, which was generally believed at "rst, being that the dynamite had been let yown by a string from the railing, end fired by a tlme-foe. Ina few days, however an inspect...

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A PROFESSIONAL CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

A PROFESSIONAL CONFESSION. Theb following artiale, from the r' Demoorat and Chroniole," of Rochester, N.Y., is of so striking a nature, and eminatee from so re. liable a source, that it i hemrewith re-publishbed antire. In additi' to the valuable matter it cootains. It will be found exceedingly interest. log. To the Editor of the " Democrat and Chronicle." Sir,-My motives for the publication of the mout onusnal tatremeote which follow, are. firt, gratitude for thebs fot that I have been sared from a most horrible death, and secondly, a desire to warn all who real this statement against some of the moot deceptive influenoes by which they have ever been sur. roounded. It iea fact, that to daythonuendson peop'e are within a foot of the grave, and they do not know it. To tell how I was cageab away from just this position, and to warn others against nearing it, are my objects in this oommnoloation. Oo the first day of J.ne, 1881, I lay at my ,estdeuoe in this City aurrounded by my rieods...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreams a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER VI.—THE SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

THE GULDEN HO PE.e A ROMANCh OF THE DEEP, 'I dreamt a dram that was not all a dream. Author of ?f' nsee,' 'The Wreck of the Otoereuor,'" aadoI'sBwethertra,,' ate.. CHar&aE VI.-T-a SKrrcH. 'Mr. Forteecue awoke at 7 o'clock in the morning, the hour he punctually rose at, and the instant that cornciousness became fully alive, the memory of his dream pi,aseseed him, and for some minutes he lay thinking of it, with a sense of exhaustion and urief so strong that it was impossible for hil not to perceive how violent must have been his die trees during the night. Be saidl to himself : It is but a dream i But there was no comfort to he got from that reflection. Nay, it heightened the emotionot terror, which the recollection of the vision brought with it, to reflect that the scenes he bhd beheld, painted up in the darkness of his sealed eyes, and upon the sable canvas of sleep, the blue sky, the flashing sun, the burning ship, the storm of lightning, mingled with moonlight, the lonely...

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FIGURE FOUR.—PARTNERS JOIN HANDS TO PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

Frousa Fooa?-PsaxrnasRJoIE HAxes ro Pr.Aas. Leo was not allowed to enjoy his cigar many minutes in peace. There came a rap aý his door, and in responseto his 'Come ino,' Saunders entered. i'm sorry to ditourb you, sir,' he said, ' but ulot as I was going to bed Lord Exmoor'e valet came down to me, end said that my lord had been aised with a sadden attack of goat, and would be glad to know ii ther were sar acetlo acid in she hosne.' 'Gout? What a brilliant ideal I admire his inuity I cried Leo. Sir r saidSunders. 'Oh, you most o to Sir Peter for the sold,' Leo resumed. He always keeps a few bottles handy in his own room. I daresay he's in his first sweet sleep, and you'll get something thrown at your bhed, but that ron't matter much.' But Sir Peter was a good way off his first sweet sleep. He was stilt standing over his fire, staring at the note he held in hie hand, snd Istenint to the eout wind which moaned in his chimney. The demand for aetic aiod at his door brought an Idea In its...

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CUPID'S COUNTRY DANCE. And folke who ne'er have dauotd before, Can dance in Cupid's Ailey. AUSTIN DOSSOM. FIGURE ONE.—LEADING COUPLES ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

CUPID'B COUNTRY DANOC. Br C. L. PIRKIS, in 'ALL TSaYEAI ROUsa.' Lad lolks who e'er have daseod ba fore, 1.?,.o, ai - .. Erldp' alley, -Aosv Doses. Fiarur Oax-L ADllo CoorLea AnVANOr. 'It's alnouinrg-very. Dificult tq under. Istuad--tarber,' said Sir Peter Wmtoey. :Here he shuflled together a small packet of letters that the morning'a potl had brught him every one of which contained a refusal of his polirte invitation to spend a weelk'or ten days at Witnrey.hall. 'But, after all,' hb added after a moment's pause, 'it'e their loes, not mine. Don'tryousgreewith me, Miess Miles Three days previously, when Sir Peter wae sending out his invitations, this lady had had a somewhat different remark addressed to her. 'lThen it had been: 'it's a happy tbought of mine to give my houoeewaermlng at Easter, when everybody's glad to, can away for a few days into the couttry. Don't you agree with me, Miss Miles r To which question Miss Miles had replied then, an now: 'Exactly, Sir Peter; I was ast go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

Haovir on save.ato:oaionae umd. your Cordial Helm of Liquorloo,;I oonlder it my duty to give hny testimony to its.woodetful etl·eay for.couthle ad colds. With the Balm of Llquorceli the lhoutianbno cl us fear the effoot of a cold or cough.. Fqr croup In children I never knew it fat ." J. C. ~Lari, South Brghbtoo. DUNSTO0hB8 CORDIAL. BaLY OF LIQUORICE, 1. o0. and It. Cd. par Blottle. Of al ohemtisl- [ADVT ] SR. A. 3 T O WN.8Mw '. 1 ks'N D, 124 COLLINa BRR?t? 'ESP. SUPPORT ,I INDUo RV.--FoTy' pc cn, ent. 1 usved In blln0 IPEf?li", , - . RLOSEIkAL", . "; ," EORIOIItAUM Rod uldAR PIPE MaNAUFAIC; UaRER, I "'Oolltna shteet seat, oralth door toem Elizabeth strest. iPp. not sweetsrmonklr' or olour. Ing ISXOtAt?OD.. Rirepair f pipre wa king Meok., fetns, and comb., ict, eupedltumlv nesouted,. Th. bolt brands of Tobacco and CIgrl. nod at kinds of emuoklg articles on stock. Illustrative estalo.tuea o demand. Please trots tho ddele : -8A Cotiebln lIe an., lourth door erom E?Iloebeth street. " U...

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WITH THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

WITH THE HOUSE OF COMIMONS ON BUNDAY. Br A LooEur.ox. tee, the House of Commons assembled on Sunday : and although " strangers" were rigoronuly excluded from all other perte of the sleace of Parliament-even the " lobby.list', wae eespended-reprseentatives of the Press "looked on," as usual, from the gallery heove theSpeaker's chair. It wI, perhape, in the formal as well as in the informal meaning of the word, an extra.ordinary meeting ; and every one present wa poe asewed by a pleasant an. piquant sense of novelty. The House had met,upon the invi tation of the Speaker, to proceed to St. Margaret's Church. to there " commemorate' by participation in a "pecial service" " the fiftieth year of the reign of Her Majesty QursenVictorie." Thecards of invitation, by the w?y, are regarded by many of their boldera u artistic prises. It must be as. knowledged that while wholesomely srggee sire of the pledie-carde issued by Bends of Hope the ticket is prettily designed, richly coloured, and alto...

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The Ambition King of Hawail. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

The Ambitioune Xin oHRawail. It Il probhbly not generally known that King Kailkaira, ol the Hlawrlin eleands, has an ambilion so be at the head of aSomth Sea tiland Confederation w h shall em. brce between its patenal grasp the whole of the iilads of (he South Pacifi "Baet the fIc is to, ond (says the oorreepoadeatof the ' Sidney Mornil Herald' ta Apis) he ha ot late beeu givin evidence tbhat II &e opportonlsyever comrne he will ndeavour t carry them into effe?t. At present be ? mblasadorn at he court of inog Mialitoe who have, it is tated, been endeavouroig to induce his Malsesy to neda the ' kingdom'to his master, and a rumour w actllalp curre t to the ffect that they had Mooes plished their object; but so far theb s no .sign mong the natives of such a change. although the ambassadore still remain hben and seem very omfortable, Only bhe other day, howver, aHaIwaiian man-of-war arived, and as this Is probably the longest oruise ihe bh yet made under her present flag at any ...

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ALL LIGHT THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

ALL LIGHT THs BE. Children are happy couneslors I They areo to our hard, pretial, eyerday lives what the stars are to the heavens, or the flower and birds to the earth. ' Ah I what would the world be to u If the obtldre were n moen We should dread the deert behind us Wares thea deik hbears. There is a family in this city who are dependent at this moment upon a little child for all the present eunehine of their lives. A few weeks no the young wife and mother was stricken down to die. It was so sudden, so dreadful when the taave family physician called them together in the parlour, and in his solemn professional way intimated to them the truth-there was no hope lI Then the question aroes among them, who would tell her. Not the doctor ! It would be cruel to lt the man of science go to their dear one on each an errand. Not the aged mother, who ws to be left childless and alone ! Nor the young husband, who war walking the floor with clenched hands and rebellious heart. Not-there was only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

Trade Addresses TH OMA S BAZELEY''S : (Late of MoirS) CRITERION HOTEL, (Late J. TIERNEY'S), . . IRST-CLASBs ACCOMMODATION, inremitting attention and e r-y o-obtaipa ,tioo=trared d to' The Wines and ap?rit are Wersoalm?a leeeSitdroem tiip 5 *toelsi of tlie "best rrorrcea. BILLIARDS BILLIARDS lt BILLIARDS I . HORSES and BUGGIES always on HIRE. Extensive and comfortable STABLING ACOO-MMODATION. HOGAN'S COMMERCIAL "i HOTEL, .T::A ,T U R A' TUOMAS HOGAN bege to intimate to the surrounding inhabitants and public generally :that Superior Accommodation and Moderate Oharges are he speciality of this flrBt-lass hotel... . All lquor ? f the Uet Brands and rurest Qusaity ontlyI ;BI'dliADS! BIIJARDS ! Bt BILLIARDS! ! b '? SUPERIOR STABLING. and ACCOMMODATION PADDOCKS: Horses and Buggies, as well as Buggy Pairs always on Iiire. FINN'S BUSH INN, CASEY-ST.• TATUA:RA. rIRST LASS ACCOMMODATION t T L S FOR ,V. EL,LERS. Wliin'e ;I,'?' ad Spiriits; of the Be st Brn ds. ENORMOUS CLEARING SALE WINTEiR, DR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

; Wanted. DISTRICT AGENTS WAN TED. D. Lfot tie SPUNIX- FIRE lOFPICE ot LONDON ,> Establishedd 1782 over'. One Huiidred yea?-a " ?Losoes paid over *li,000, 000o ;, Acc.1nlatcd funds exceed £1, 000,000;' :, Annual Incone. ...... over fR00; 000, Lovwest rates Pronipt and Libraiisottlemec; n of cipims - Victorian rainch 0 Marirket Ruildings : - . , .... .".William-stret, MIelbourne, .It MANFIELD TAYLOiI: n' S w. I... AGENT' T7AIRTHCORNE'S 'Eye Lotion, fore _.U- Sandy Blight, Fly Blight 'Inflain niiation of the Eyes, Weakness, and Dirtiness of Vision: Piice, FaI~?d. FAI?RTHORNE,. Chemnist, K1CYaniAni `id Eotuuab. ,,Holloway's Pills . can be co ldontly ren cemmended as a doinestic remedy for 'th,,r ailments of all classes- rnh cod ctions of pedie." Yohng hndold bf- both sei?s may. tarlie this te iuedicitib ,witih the'. eritinfyi of deriving beneflt from its use, whend ihorde?r br diisens is inaiing th?blniisernbJe; Ilollo in:'s'Pills are unrivallepfor their, piuifr iy; trient ?' arid :...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

.1Tervtl1tlogm5 I hbw cbthihg itt to ike ntcenl station. Whbeat Is quotgal at froth tsl Id to3sf?d.l; n.brlee dr1lwhCilhto hIlnd? ' mnrkhet as folljows h:?W .eat, .' ii i.' Thttfhl i nlowsnT ' ore the cosigttecn .nbht ":l S it thll. ,Tatoira rnilwaty 'stntjo: '.:L7.ea der. Ba ldin F. Williams, T.' Iy'rne, . llulkyfard. n rey, ' heehau, Woottlon, Hone. Bray. Mnakelln,nbn, rWard; T an'sestdi, fllbb, Crotlers, Hunter anl Dalplish,'John. "nfn and Iargo, O'Brien,, J S Smith; .WY w:yer, Richarla, Ii, Ryan,Daly, .Vogodyatt imal. Co, tird. Yeomanry,;" Case?rofh; O'.thnineissy. "P?rcedls -M'slht.il-. Keedlell, liciks,k Ball, denzcS, t"ce?y,? iiernald?.?w. Shlin CinmlisRt IReddrop, ONll, T ne, ie Wilson, Aiidderson, 'Cook: -.?.; '9 frucks of chaff. I do. pigs, 1 do sheep;: 3 do.'grniu, I do. lour, ;1 do.-lollard-',. The Nationml Nlortgnge indt t~r cy. Cormn 'p?any, (hltd.,) repott havint° sold prtrvately? dluriig week endltlig 16th July, 1887, 2498 bags of, prodite, 'viz. :-Wheatl3s lo.bd to ...

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The Agabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. JULY 22, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

PUBLISHED EVIIY FRIDAY. ,.; .FRIDAY. trJULY 22,. 1887. A;imeeting of the lad?i fap iinted to further tho. interest of tlie Chu'rh of England iet in the churcli on Thursday afterinoon. 'Mr. Smith was. duly elected as secretary.and:treasurer, and theladies could not have conferred a greater.honot on that gentleman. Mecsdames Lock wood and Hefferian were appointed' canJ vassers for Taturi ; Mesdames Wootton and Bazeley for Rushworth; Mesdames Fuzzard and relatives for', Toolamba., The books iveri' haidd out and it ',was' decided to hold the bazaar in February. Befdre the meeting closed it was resolved tlht!a sewing classe be hold.twicd.a:week befoie the bazaar. - - OnM~rdday everiing, next; 25th July, the .theatre going public will have one of the greatest dramatie success of the 196th- century <placed upon the board'of our local Mechanics' Hall for represen 'ation by Mr. C. . H. Taylor's " Called Back" Company. Called Back, a drnmiatisation of the late Hugh Con way's' famou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

Notices. Messrs 1Kiight Bros., SEEDSIEN, NURSERYMENN, & FLORISTS, SANDHURST. H AVE opened, their branch estab lislunent in Shopparton, near the Mlechanics' Institute, Vyndllam.street, with a. large and varied assortment of Nurserystock.. specially selected for this district. r' ' FRUIT TREES, FRUIT TREeSS" 12a per dos., £'- pci 1000. Large reduction .for.greater quantity. 20,000, 20,000, 20,000 to select from, VINSES, VINES, VINES,.VINES, VINES 60,000, 50,000, 00,000 two-year old to select from. Special cheap rates. Our trees and Vines have proveed their superiority over all others un the district. The highest recommendation. Oranges nnd I-emons, good tstrong trees 188 per dozen; £610s per 100; £~5 per 1000 Speciallty-Oralnmdntail trees antd shrubs florist flowers very cheap. Send for price list and other information. 0-tBuy of the grower and you'll be better servedl. TJ ILFIRTy,; AND GOURLAY, L. PRODUCEBSALESMIEN"' ' GENERAL COMMISION AGENTS, Roun's BUILDINUa, 34 KiNs SnTEE...

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RODNEY SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

RODNEY. SHIRE. Inulodiately after the evislot-7/?.k - the Coiincild met. Preaen C rs. Cuosed ! (president), Lancaster, Cmk, Pattdi-ao' ` Drum;$ irown, iBalti ; HKlogan, and isey engineert i t eing em specall meeting no corre .i pondeuce was entertained., . brs.'Patterson ;a$l Irown proposed:? "Thalit the eginp er Le b instructed to purchase sunficlent trees to plant where required in thie.townshipiof Tk t and Kyabram."-Carried, . I ' .Cr. Iogaq brought tunder the notice lJf ie iouincil tht the railway contractors (MesSrs. Niclhol and Co;) had sunk the .well sonio.J ft.or.8.ft., which hay not becn slabbed, H e did not tlhink that the ate-^ payers otigh~ to be 'ta.ed to' suit their conveieonce. They had the leconltnoda tion,ani; h thliodtight theytouold secure -the ih'ift; LIt was.decided thit the sec retar should ded tb the niatter. SThe 1?resident ?ai Or. Ilaldwin weren a^ppoited as a deputatioi :'o W-ig oni the Minister.. r tihe adjustment of ac coUnts ?dtweedn the Shires oi RBdIle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

Notices. . SDVANOE o' WOOL, GRAIN, &e., STOCK, STATION PRO. l)UCE of all kinds. New Zealand Loan anj ]Mercantile A~en?y Company (Limited.) CAPITAL ... - - .... £s,5oo0,0o RESERVE FUND ... , £27,o00 Make :ilbral Cash A-dvances on Statiori Seanritiea. .Ensuing 'Clips nT Wonl, Grain; &c. FOR SALE in MELBOURNE, Or SHIPMENT to LONDON. Auction Sales of Wool held rlgularly hlroughout the season. Auction Sales of Tallow, Hihdes, Shespskins, Leather, &c., three timues a week throughout the year. Auction anles- of Grain, Flour, &e., held every Wednesday. DAVID ELDER. Manager. I. YOUNGHUSBIAND, ,trsl and Produce Manager. Melbourne Wool and Grain Wracehouses, Collins-street West. Pianos. Pianos. Organs. Organs' WT IR. FURLONG . 84 Swnnaton-street, (Four doors from Bourke-street.) Pianos :by 1.rnisch, Slhiedlmayer, Lipp, Auchor, Bnrd, Schrorir, WVilher, &c. Agent for the "celebratcd Mignon pianos; Clough and Warrren Orgrns. NOTICE THE TEIRMS,-Instru mnent ...

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