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CHAPTER XXV. THE GARDEN ON THE CLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

CHAPTER XXV: THE GARDEN ON THE CLIFF. . It was no safe or easy task on which Blck now adventured forth,' and be realised this as lie passed from the bouse'into the moonlit street nnd turned in the opposite direction to that taken by Captain Volborth ; for his purpose was nothing less than to try to steal an interview with Mary Ferris-to enter the dangerous prc cincts forbidden to him by Jason Gore. He had made the resolve long be fore, but bad failed to And the op portunity, since the Russian was with him every evening through those hours that were most suitable for the attempt. And heretofore he had been merely actuated by a fierce desire to sec the girl, with no defmito idea o! what he would say if he was succcss ful ; while to-night, after the conver sation with Volborth, he felt that urgent reasons existed for seeking the interview, and that he had tid ings of hope and cheer to communi cate: Nor was Mary the sole object ot his thoughts. Another matter, sprung, from the events oC...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHAPTER XXIV. A VISITOR AT THE ADMIRALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

CHAPTER XXIV. j A VISITOR AT THE ADMIRALTY. About two weeks prior to Dick's arrival on the island, and while tbe King of Troy was still off the South American coast, Lieutenant Geoffrey J Grenvillc stood one morning at the window of his hotel, looking moodily, down on the bustling Strand. He had !SStV nan rem'amecf'in New York .un til the return there of the two Ameri can men-of-war - th& crippled one bringing the crew and passengers of the Juno-tilled the papers with sen sational and thrilling news. There had been columns and columns " des cribing it all-the loss of the mail steamer Tropic, the .rescue of some of her passengers by the Juno, jfche "boarding of the latter by Gore and his ruffians, and the sinking of the ship after Luke Radford had been murdered and Mary Ferris abducted ; then the lucky falling in of the Juno's 'boats with the man-of-war, and the subsequent chase and dreadful fight that ended with the destruction of the yacht and tlic escape of the pir ate cru...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

,| LOGAiL INFORMATION- j ; Xanccfidld Shire 'Couuull.-RTeQtingo'hdld .' on Ifwt ^Friday »in overy ir.nnth. Coun . \ oillorn s . Messrs U. Waddell, M.'l I Foy, Arffohnston, W. Mcintosh, J. MTTlHin- j ? ney.il.'Hurley, it. F, Rlackett, R. Hemphill,.! and R. GrAharri. Acting Secretary. Mr1' P. J. McMahon, - 'Health officer, Dr Finnic J Dairy inspector, Mr MdKunzio. Pound ' keeper, Mr J. Watet*l*nd, Inspector o£ nuisuaccs, Mr^W. E lw&rdfi. ' IvQucolield , Waterworks Thruat.-:Coui mianionor.i meet lastFrHayiinevery month. Acting Secretary Mr'P.-ST. McMnhori. LancdReld. fTariiciiltaral Socioty,-. The committeo hold^thcir meetings on "the Monday on«or bdfor© the 'full moon. Sec., Mr.tf. Waterland. .LanceQold Mechanics' .r»<cbitute«-The committee meet 'sooood ^Friday in «?ach .ci»rtth. Hon.-secretary, Mr U. Dorricktj ^Lihrariftij; Kt Jobc VVaterland. . Rrfit? -Club.-Cnptnin, " Mr M. 'Foy'i secretary. Mr . - : iLancefield Braso Band.-Pmctino -held weekly. Bandmaster, Mr A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

[London & 'Lancashire .'Fire Insurance C©. ! All kiridn of PER80NAT/ ACCIDENT ? jantl SlCKNE9S,'POI.TCIE3flBHued. i Do not delay- complating<witli the *boTo ? wenltby Corporation a Wotlcmui's Insumanj 1 Fire Insurance. 'Writofor pnrticdlara, otCi ' . \ insurance . j Affdinst i . j ;£tieonftl'&«idotlt buvineto-.fc«3:ui£ef.* ^onc TciuaWiftble ctiiangoa' during 'the last few'years.^ Prcraiums ;bavo-hsen ,. re«luceii» «|ienritiU tr.crenncd, and now aobeme*, /'including jlaBur-mcc itgrunnt iIIInesRcaiRod DUchbcs, iadi<-ate a great* advance on anything contemplated in} 'tho early yearn of fchi bttsineRS. ^ agent-H. Gilding, " Mcrcury " <>office. THE ?| 0 ND on directory: ((Published Aoiwally) £Coahte3 .traders throughout tho TCcrld to: ...corojuunicate direct with English ' VMANUFAGTUKERS AND DEALERS; i,;n pr.abclsrii.fK goads. '. Besides beinga com-' .,o!et«,<ommCi,ciRl rg«»do to London ami its. jtabufbH, thojd^ectory-contMii...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

CLOSE SEASON F,Oi: GAME. r,.;,Al^«..!:VV^iolo^^(jftr.~LnuglniiK.,- jaolcnss. |oiriu,kftngaroor7grc'y ^auMvrod^rtyiwibiftfc." l iintjve -. r vbwrs, . ;: ov/W.- . bwhHow*. .nmiJokcR. platypus, eto.v? .- '???? :'l«roni<!<itli flay elf. .Tunu:t«l the 20th dayof 'Dcocmliur lU'Otiub ywu\r~Hlnuk swnn, wild ..geeso.'.n ftl};kiinU.\ j :!Frijm,l8t. di»y 6f,'Aueu^ id:'utIc!v'y»Mir to i fcho last. <lny of Fobiuary Quail'' I'bronzQ-wiuRud orothurwild: pigeons. : r ; I . I'rom lat »l:ty of^opteuni-T to tho )5t1i | day *»f Dueuiubi'r.ni cfioh yw i\ - Uladt tibli i -"From Ust «l«y Ot Mjiv iotIih"-' I Anwnst in ouch y«»r.-tfnpliHh trout i i'l-oai 1st .July, to ;15rl> .bct»»bnr. in »>n<'Jr | y0ftr^Murhiy,cuU,.'jjt!rci^

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it meludes Papua, Lord Howe deland, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

NAT.ES R-ND RECQLATWNS [\> h-jro »thc term fl31io "Convrmm- i woultli" is usod iu-oonnorcion with thi^o . rates .uid regulations ii includes Papua, ; Lord Howe delnnj, ajid Norfolk Islaud.J . 1.1CUTKKS. ZVfZ?'3 * -O'.'ncc-of f ruction tliorcaf. ! * , vori' ""'.'lin tho Goiiuiioii ( wealth 0 1 .. or delivery in the BriJdj'Eml , .Pire 0 , "redelivery i" tho New 'Hebrides', IJaiiks, and Torres islands .... 0 2 '. delivery Jii other pJaces 0 24 Uil-riSH CARDS. Simr 'V°ii ''the Cpinineiiwenltlrt -W. each j reply, Id. ouoh half, delivery in tlie British Knuv.ro (#00 st ot .uaderrj^tW-D-X. filo. ld.«oaoh. (.'or deKvery. in Now :Hebrid«, .Sanlto, 'l?£ a r -Single, .ad. each. 'otllo:' .Plao.o«~-Single, a; i r, ,1'03T ciaiidb. Id Mtif iOStCi"i'!s witil ^ .tu. stamp and lleply or double'card* each half of which has tie Id atr rnt! tTnW LlKJt'Mn, may he transmitted .to pieceb ivithin the Gonimomvoalth, anil .o"»'nora,"i -under Letteis, -tu which letters may b .transmitted at the rate of Id. ...

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CHAPTER XXIX. DICK'S NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

CHAPTER XJXJX. DICK'S NURSE'. \ ' V There came a- ddjf, v after a dimly remembered' period' of chaos and de lirious dreams, when I>ick ;wo'ic .up. fully, conscious * ':nr\(l -in; n strange place. The morning -sun , streamed through a window-'"And brtghtcricd, a room that. was.;no!;"itastufuny ftirnikh-. ed aB his old- chambon?!. . in . tlio Al 'ban^.-.^.-ljn^ in a' comfortable .-food; sadly thin,- 'andso weak - that . he could , scarcely -move or ' talk; Throo persons were; looking , down upon him -Mary Ferris;';.' Lucille Montcjo, and tli'o. doctor "of-tho King of Troy. In Ills dreams lie hud- often;hocii the two girls hovering over him, sometimes Mary, but more frequently Lucillo ; and now he knew vtlmt they had been there In reality, watching- liKe guanl-. ing angels while he fought with grim death. ' , <> > - .".You Raved my llto.V . bo whispered feobly. "Tell me where I am. .-How long ago was- that^ night -when .I fought on the cll%?'^ . ^ ^ "Ilush I" replie...

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SPECIAL SALE AT PYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

SPECIAL SALE AT PYALONG, William Skelly and f'o. and Hamilton re port having held a special hale at Pyalong on Thursday April 30th. There was a large atteudance from Melbourne, Murchison, Be&thcoU. TungMDah, Alexandra, Lance field, Longwood, Seymour as well as ear rounding districts. Competition waB very keen for ail classes of both sheep and cAttle and the whole of the yarding was disposed 1 of undar the hammer at very .high prices, and in many instances a large profit was ob« tained on purchases made .at sales only two days previous. The tale was pronounced by competent authorities to be .the be*t eve held in fyalong* iu almost every instanar stock ownera receired mucb above their ree i serves and many expensed jegret they had | not availed the opportunity and yarded more ; at their saleable Btook as many buyers went away unsupplicd. Mr Rainey'a light weight I fat bullock's made £9 Si, and light weight heifers .£5 2a 6d, aged fat cowa £5, store bullocks 4 years not very go...

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CHAPTER XXVIII. THE FIGHT ON THE CLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

CHAPTER XXVIII. THE. FIGHT ON THE "he Spaniard and his companions were unprepared for what happened next, Dick had listened to the words of doom-words that seemed to burn his brain like lire-with feelings that defy description. It was a dreadful fate that he was about to meet, and he knew that the Bhark£ would in deed hide nil evidence of the crime. But even more torturing than the fear 0f death wns the thought of his enemy's triumph-the knowledge that the ruflinn would live to pursue hia evil designs unmolested. Ao the vision of Mary's scornful face roso before his ayes, goiding him to mad ness, the young Englishman put all j bia strength into ono fierce eflort to free his arms. And with savage de ! light ho felt tho strained cords loosen and Blip. It was just then that Montejo stop ped aside, having finished speaking. And almost at the Rumo instant, be fore the fatal sign could bo given, Dick whipped hin right arm free, shook the corda to the ground, and tore the gag from his lips...

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SALE OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

SALE OT PROPEKTY, The Balonna Estate. of 2063 acres, situ ated north of Lnnccfield, and about two miles out of the township, was offered for I flan on.acwunt of Mr H, Pocklington by | MeBare Ad;»mN)n, 3trettle and Co, at Lance*1 field nn Wednesday, 29th ult. Lot No. 2, comprising $68 acre*, neros* the road from the fcomeatead. wa» purchased by a Mel bourne firm with a view to making charcoal from the timber on the property. The other blooka are being negotiatod for privately.

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LIME AND CLOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

? LIMB AND CLOVER." In this abundanco of talk. on . the ubc of ;limo on land, it. is well for.ua tox; ostabUah certain well known prin ciples in 1. .That wo ahould- not ubc burned or quick, lime, unless., thoroughly air slacked, becauso of its oaustic pro perty whereby it oats up.tho humus' or vegetable matter In the soil, thus robbing it of it6 best nitrogen holder.-. .2. That our mum object should bo to use hmo in order tlmt we may in crease the capacity of5 our land to .grow clovor or alfalfa. On these two pomts wo must do pend* for a ; proper .. rotation,1 for through them wo 4 increase the nitro gen in tho soil. Onco "get our land to. producing abundant and sure crops of. clovor: or lucorijo, then wo have the. key, with proper management, to further onrlchmcnt of the land. Hence wo should use ground llmestono hrst of all for the purpose of growing, cloyer;ior. lucerne! - If we keep these ^principles, and objects in mind- we [will;be suro not vto/go wrong.;, It used to ,ber,saii...

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THE FARM AND DAIRY. WHEY OR SKIM MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

THE FARM AND DAIRY. WHEY on SKIM MILK. I Tbc rclativo value of whey and | skim milk for the purpose of rearing j calves -or* making pork in ah "ever-' green topic for dispute in dairying circles. Generally the varying deci- i sfons , are. arbitrary, and the result of casual .experience, and. therefore- a test made at tite Ontario Experimen tal'; Station is . very, interesting: i . Five.t groups of pigs; were taken for ' the purpose of demonstration.: f ~ To-group 1 was fed about 211?). of skim milk to .every:, pound of * barley . and : frozen wheat, to wnieh poilaru 1 was added.; That' was called meal, : and every group got the same- meaU i Group .2 was fed an-equal quantity in pounds of butter milk and- meal/'. Group 3 was fed common cheese fac tory whey in placeo( skim ntilk, and the. same ration of meal. ^Group 4 was fed whey that . had been run ^ through the separator to.take out' the butter-fat (three-tenths of 1 per 1 cent per 1001b), and meal * as the, rest. Group 5 was fed' ...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

Xtifite Shooting. At a meeting a the LancefioW Rifle Club , on Wednesday evening, Captain McElhin ? ney presiding, it was decided tbnt the set of I carvers presented by Mr W. H. P rower be shot for at 200. 300, 5G0, and GOO yards, nud that cempetitors must put in two Saturdays on tbo range, and he financial members. The 1 Captain and Mesae6 Airx. Johnston and Geo. Hobbs were fleeted handicappers; musketry and a spoon .competition will bo tired to-morrow.

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Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

Ssnctfitlb Ulercurg. ;? TFifi supplement. FBIDA.Y, MA.T. 8, 19U. "Empire Bay. The committee of the Empire Day celebration met at the 'Lancefield Insti tute-on Saturday evening, Mr J. Harley (president of the shire) in the chair. Mr Mark Foy was again ap pointed Commander-in-Chief of the procession, and last year's marshalls were re-appointed to " line'etn up." Mr John Derrick reported that he had ordered £3 ' los:yrorth-o£firew.or.ks.. Mr Hugh Cameron reported that there wd.=> 17s 8d worth of flags in hand. Biscuits, fruit, etc. for the children were arranged for. It was decided to invite the Kilmore squadron of ;the Australian Light Horse, and the Lancefield, New tarn, and Rochford rifle .clubs to join in the procession. Badges are to be distributed to the child ren. The committee will meet again- on Saturday evening, May 36th. 3"or Children's Hacking Cough at Night. Wools' Great Pepu-f mint Ojre Is 6d. ;Mr Geo L Tune, of Pyalong, .advertises that he is taking over Mr. W. H. Pro...

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LANCEFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

LANCEFIELD MARKET, Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. Ltd, ro-r port having held tboir usnal monthly sale at their Lancefield yards on Monday last, when they offered a large number of cattle and .heap, la consequence of the increased supply of stock to this market of late no merous outside buyers were in attendance. Competition throughout the tale was de» cidedly keen and the price* obtained on this occasion supersede all recent records. Cattle-520 yarded. Good competition ex isted for spriopers at from £B to £9 5s; extra good, to 410 2s 6d» others, £5 10s to <7 !?. *d; heifers made from £4 15s to £5 15r; odd ones, to £7; backward cows, £4 10A to *6; fatcows, prim* sorts, £9 to £10 2s 61; others. £7 10i to 48 10*; beefy cows, £6 lOito £6 lOt; fleshy descriptions, £3 to £3 15j; store cows, j£3; & line of 20 bul locks, 3| and 4 yrt old, in good oondition, realised £6 5s; bombers of steers, 2 to 24 yrs old, were sold in linos at prices ranging from 35s to 55«; also lines...

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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET, Melboorne, Tuesday. The Gippaland and Northern Cooperative Rolling Co. Ltd, report as follow* . Wheat-This is Hrra At 3a JMJ for f,a.q. ; medium 3* 6d to 3s 7d# Oats- Milling, )b 10|d ; bestfeod, l«9Jd ; medium. Is 7d to Is 3d, Barley-With the exception of & few Bales of choice quality, there it nothing at all doing in thii line. Mnixe-Thii {g again weaker, and «? it (agetting lute, in the season,'we cannot see' Any hope of it getting better, and price is now Sa 91, Pot*toe®- Supplies available (hit week were f*r in excess of retirements, and , consequently the market was much easier. ! Primo Cftrmens are offering at £4 5s to M , 10K; oiotce i'rftfalgArs <5, with few buyers. | Chaff-Prime oaten £3 5* to £3 7« | OnfoQo--Owing to the heavy dolirerlos 1 commg forward this market, is slightly j weaker, and are selling from £6 5s to £6 10.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

Pnbli© NETIOO, Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains In R> RA ek. IT MARK FOY'S Summer $<Fair>* IB NOW OPEN v..- Ladies, Visit the Fair. MARK FOY'S 1LANCEP1ETJDJDRA.PER,T . ESTABLISHMENT, HACKING COUGHS u For about two years my aon Eric bad a< nasty hacking cough;" Bays Mr Albert \y. Coleman, "Cnrarnb^," Moncor*Street, Qul wich Hill N.S.W. -"Then 1 gave hiro Chamberlain'* Coogh "Remedy and alter few doses noticed ha had greatly improved. Before we had given him tho whole bottle hia cough had completely disappeared. He is now strong and well and gaining weight; doily," Sold by all .chemists and atore keeperp^ PROFESSIONAL NURSES USE TH EY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES NEW VJTALITY AND UFJE. 9 Dudley Mrtct. Perth. M/Sflt. vXEMEN la ioMio-uTou. . 9 "A* a none I have Ken Clements Tonic de so much good amongst my patient*, it is my duty to state these facts. I have prescribed it often and is every case it soothe! the patient, it giro refreshing sleep, c...

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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

SlllW 00CTGX& Lancelield-rLa&t dfridr.y in month} 2. ;,tp;oi<-ok. .Hoin^-yr-ijVfSc';-l,rf(3ay. m . jacmth,- . 2:. o'clock. ' *' '. tSprln^lifsld-Sccond Friday (in month, 2 o'clock. .Kynetnn-Kirat SalurJ{»y in -month 11 o'clock, Pyblong-Third Mouday in tnonth» 2 o'clock Newhnin arid Woedend-Last Tuosday ia - .Uiq month,

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Heroes of the Cinematograph. FACING DEATH WITH THE CAMERA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

Heroes of the Cinemato graph. FACING DEATH WITH THE CAMERA. Mr. John Mackenzie, ono al tho tuust dariug of operators, 1ms faced ! donth a dozen times with his <?« Jloera ; but never has-he more mi raculously escaped it than wlion otjca he was taking pictures of tho bursting of * 12-inch shell. dur ing an armour-plate testing ex periment. So reckless was ho that ho placed his camera within fifteen yards of the target, although ha *vas warned that he would almost certainly be blown to pieces. When the first shell struck tho target and exploded, one large fragment swept his camera from its legs ; a smaller fragment struck and embedded ; "Beit ? n its rrotit. In each case an Inch or two more to the right or left, and he would certainly not hava survived to tell the tale of as narrow uti escape from death as man evcrhad. I Mr. Mackenzie recalls many other occasions on which he Kecjred his I pictures almost at the cost of his i iife. Ouce he was captured by Ser- I vian brigands...

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NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

HOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. . . Mary Douglas, an Indian servant «hl, at .WestcuoMBt. a suburb of iioutrfcttl, lias ' told the Canadian court that she was ono of a £pnli of girla employed by a man to rob their~employer«. Th* man got the girla flituations, and-then they \?er« instructed to learn what valuables . there ware in -the house, ami to ' leavo them-about handy to the thief. They were aUo to let the man to. The girl confesaod to stealing sU ver, and la under remand while the . police hunt the Fagin. The Vienna correspondent of the ".I'etit Tarlsieft" telegraphs the re .markable rumour "there that the King of Italy wishes to take the .title of Roman Emperor now that Italy has obtained -Tripoli from the vrurks. The ltultua Oovurnmeht is «ald to be of opinion that the inter . national prestige ot Italy will He enhanced by the restoration of the Imperial dignity. SXght nkirts are blamed for the bankruptcy of the Jackson-Mack .Manufacturing Company, of New York City, one of . the l...

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