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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

' THE LOUDON DIRECTORY (Published Annually), Enables . traders throughout the World to communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS, in each class of goods. Besides be ing A complete commercial guide to tendon and its suburbs, the direc tory contains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS with the Goods they ship, end the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply; STEAMSHIP litNES arranged under the Ports to Which they sail, and indicating tlss approx imate Sailings ; PROVINCIAL TRAB3 NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial town's and industrial centres of ths United Kingdom. A copy of tb'e current edition -will be forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal Order* for 20/ Coalers seeking Agencies can ad vertise their trade cards for £1, or larger advertisements from £3. THE UQNDQH DIRECTORY £0. ' J.TQ., 25, Afccaurcb. jLane, London, E.C, tUfiQPEJN ■ AGENCY. WHOLESALES* buying agoasies undertaken for jail British end Ccn tiaental goods, ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

'"NURSE ELSlrEY, Midwife. Ladit sU&ided; to at ljseir Homes.. Fifteenth Street, near Najar's.* For' lite best of Sh-»w Pictures go to. Reiner*' Repmark Stuflio. Over fifty' beautiful Pictures tG choose from.*" - - 200 g~od Nate! Orange trees for Sale. & P. Ja.m:es & Co., Renmark. - " Ayaminta.'' has saidiarewell for the season. Readers gem-rally wifl.be sorrv t-S hear this ^ they will be consoled, taow •rTsr, to k':ow that Gibbons Bros, havt amvgeti to have a Choice Collection of Pot Plants on SaieiJuriag Flower Show week.*

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF RENMARK TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF RENMARK TOWN. Monthly . moating ■ • h#ld Tuesday*' October 14. Present: Grs. Barrows (chair), Hilton, Grubfo, Woodman, andthe Glerk (Mr. Adey). PROPOSED DRAIN.—The Clerk and Cr.t Hilton reported having seen Mjf. W. -Crosier regarding Mb drain. Mr. Crozier promised to bear half the coBt of having it bricked. Decided not to do anything at present, ;as conditions had improved lately/ THE TOWN R8S&RVS. — tJTbe Chairman, reported that a deputa tion had waited on the Commissioner of Public Works on show day, point ing out -the inadvisability of the Waterworks - ^Department erecting A Residence or even a pumping plant on the Town Reserve* particularly a residence. The ± deputation, which consisted- of ,Crs. Burrows, Hilton and -Taylor and the Clerk/ was in troduced by /Mr. Miller, M.P. The Commissioner, who * 'was very sym pathetic, expressed the opinionthat even. thevpumping plant should not be placed on'tfoe^Reaerve, :He would consult' the Hydraulic Engineer a...

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LOCKING THE RIVER. CAPT. JOHNSTON AT RENMARK. LIKES THE PLACE AND HAS VISIONS OF AN ORANGE GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

LOCKING THE RIVER. CAPT. JOHNSTON AT RBNMARK. LIKES THE PLACE AND HAS VISIONS OF AN ORANGE GROVE. Capt. E. N. Johnston, the «mineai engineer whose services tbe; United States Government has kindly, loaned to tins State in connection with\th< scheme .for the locking of rth« Murray, arrived, at - Henmari "oil : rnurodiiy, lbth inst., in the 6.8. Indtis try (Capt. Geo. Grundy). He was accompanied by Mr. Graham Stewart, uingineer-in-Chief, and Mr.' Eaton, the -engineer under whose immediate supervision the survey , work \ain3 testing of the river bottom incidental to the preparations for locking- are being carried out. " V -v ' it was ek a result of Mr. Stewart's mission to America that Capt. John ston was chosen bythe Verran Government for the responsible posi tion of .adviser' to the State on what is probably the most important en gineering^ .wora ever undertaken;: in South Australia, and it is common knowledge that Mr. Stewart's choice has met with general public ap proval...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

SOMETHING Be Whole Family Can Enjoy! A FROM , KFHNEL'S. TOUR HOME,, no matter how Tfrell furnished or bow beautiful, is ; not complete, without a PIANO, and no time offers greater opportunities; xto bay a Piano than now. A PIANO Is I gift lot every mem ber of a household; a gift that will always be used, appreciated and valued; a gilt that yon^cari consider a profitable investment. Call or wnte for beautiful Catalogue of BECHSTEIN PtauiM, UPP Piano*. 60RS & KALLMANN Hunt, . FAUST PIMM. WALDORF Planet, ESTEY ORGANS. SOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S, 134 RUNDLE STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

AUCTIONS, Loxton Market, i Wednesday, ©ct. 29, At 1 p.m. Bagot, Shakes & lewis, Ltd., Will sell by anct}on— 40 — HORSES — 40 20 —rfiEAD CATTLE— 20 SUNDRIES—Tip Dray (wide tyres), - Spring Dray, Masher Drey, Sulky, lot new harness. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED."" TEEMS AS USUAL, Preliminary Notice. AUCTION ©f 240 Valuable Mold Town Miot meals, AT RENNARK. I flGILVY AND EVANS, j Under instructions from Mr W. F.' SALMON (Representative of the Mel bourne Board of Lead sad Works), will sell at Beninark, oa a -date to bs fixed, towcrds the end of ' November, the . following Town Allotments:— Section 46, Lots 1 to 26 inclusive. ,i 47, „ 2 to 16 ,, ,, 50, ,, 1 to 36 „ „ 51, ltolS „ and 23 to 35 it 54, ,, 1 to 37 || »i 55, ,, 1 to 35 H „ 56, „ 1 to 36 „ „ 57, „ 10 to 18 „ These Town Allotments are situated in H portion of the town rapidly growing into value, through wtoi<-h or neat the border the proposed Renmark ;Railway MUST CO V) E. Tiieterms to be offered will be announced ...

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WAIKERIE. Waikerie, Oct. 20. A STRANGE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

WAIKERiE. Waitfirie^dct. 20. A STRANGE ACCIDENT. • A peculiar .thins happened on Mr. W.' Francis' farm about 10 miles from hera. One day last waik, while all were atdinner, the motor used "for driving the pump "on the "bore was - smashed completely to atoms and scattered in all. directions. It is' supposed that . the carburetter* was struck by lightning, although tow! this could happen is s. mystery, the whole machine being enclosed in a shed.' One strange feature 'of the Affair is the fact that the tank con taining the petrol "was iininjured. A HEAVY STORM. On Tuesday last, at .-about-3.30 in -the afternoon,, a terrific rain storm passed over this settlement. A few showers had fallen fearlier in the^ day and the weather had been threaten ing. At the- time -stated,-. $ie storm burst in all its fnry,, and lasted for 'about' 15 minutes At- the outside, during which time $5-points of rain were registered.v With the showers 'tefore and after the storm the. total rain was within "one poi...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our own Correspondent] LOXTON. Loxton, Oct. 20. WOODLEIGH HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

NEWS OF THE PER [Fram our uvvo ;,o: rtSjJor.iier.ls i LuXI ON« Loxton, Oct. 20. i WQODLEIGH HALL. The opening- ofthd Woodleigh Hall too®; <{>laco ' joa . 'Cbavi&uy; xjci. ifc. Sports'" were .held Soring the after noon "and- a large ■, namber .of events were surcessfully completed;-including 135-%yds...Joot race, "teack race," higii jump, tilting! potato-raca. etc. TTbe Hall was. formally -opened by . Mr. Hi T. 13ime,._ after a .brief but-, en couraging - 'address - relative., --to.' the progress made by the settlers. A : large number 'of Loxton residents attended, toe opening and friends from the surrounding: •districts also helped to' swelTtae .numbers.'. The public tea and1 concert were very successful, the hall being almost un comfortably crowded. - The proceeds amounted to £16 10/- cl€ar of ex penses.- A danci ' concluded : the day's-programme. The'trustees are ] to tie congratulated iipon the suc-j cessful results "that . attended - their, efforts. -; A BE...

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Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to Its-Histoy and Develpment [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

A Few Facts; Retetivift to KsHIstoy . ud DevdgiMBent • 'l : Renmark is situated on tkp Hurray ' SiTer, ill South AuitraXia,/35l mile* from tfcitf tnoath,:.by rlver,/l74 miles above Morgan, 43 river -miles "below Hie Vlc fcorian border and 2^ iniles below fifche junction cf the'Darling Elver"'with -the 'Kurrayaf WeiiWorjbb. J By land, Ben mark is 75 mUes'iromxMoiBan, formerly tU^ ifflawst nLtt^yfrrminuB, and 17a tirilevby.ifcil and^tmiraiff^delaJde, the Slate capital."* By^vthe ■^arin®a.Tailem Bend raUwSy joate,;Beiiinark is 215 miles from Adelaide ;j(189 ' item Tallem fiend). Parihga, the ftieient ieqp.nuH ef the line, is less thaa twomiJee from Sea mark, bat ou the -opposite side of the river. . v _ ; . ftonmark ii an irrigation colony, and was founded. under the Cb&ffey Bros. Irrigation Works Act of 1887. Since 1883 the irrigation work* have been ad ministered by this Ken mark Irrigation Ifiut Nc« 1,« bodj elected periodically tram among .thetaaelvee by the ratepayers iftn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

THE LONDON DIRECTORY (Published Annually). Enables traders throughout the World to ' communicatc direct with English i MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS, in each'class of goods. Besides be ing a complete commercial guide to London and its "suburbs, the direc tory contains lists ol • EXPORT MERGHANTS with the Goods they'ship, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply: STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Forts to "Which they sail, and indicating tin approx imate Sailings ; t PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial to wife and industrial centres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, -on receipt of Postal Order for 20/ Dealere seeking Agencies can ad vertise their trade cards lor £1, or larger advertisements from £3. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO. LTD., 25, Abcburch Lace, London, B.C. EUROPEAN A6ER8Y. WHOLESALE buying agencies undertaken for ail British and Con tinental goods, including...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

Fads Worth Noting, ♦ About RenmaHc. Population, town and settlement, Area of settlement ... 13.348 acres Dedicated .icommonage 16,652 ,, Area under irrigation 5,237 ,, Anmial production, value £130,090. Driedsjfrnit* pack, 1912 ... 2,200 tons. Dried'fruit;- pack, 1913 ... 2,600 tons. Irrigation *TruBt assessment £300,009 troBt machinery and channels, £.«««:. Annual firewood consumption, 6,000 tons. ^ ~ Annual water rate per acrerJ.911, 25/ Annual water rate per acre, 1912-13, 30/-. . 1 Trust annnai revenue, 1911, £7,334; ; Trust annual revenue, 1912-13, £8,139. Annual Govt, loan repayment £880. ! . Trust B.C." assessment, 19U, £9,465 D.G. revenue (1/ rate &c.). 1911, £1,307. > D.G. Valuation, 1913, £250,000. Renmark fruitgrowers use annually about 5,000 tons of gypsum and large quantities of artificial fertilizers. Five irrigations ar« -given annually. Chief products are sultabas, cur rants, ; raisinst oranges,apricots, peaches, pears, and olive oil, all ot the highest cf...

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A HUMAN DERELICT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

A HUMAN DERELICT* His face vas puffed andhis temple -were rough with great scabs as b .stood before the" Bench of the Een mark Police Court, arraigned foi drunkenness. He bad been picked uj the nieht before. thek police said within a few feet of the river bank, For him the association of youth al the prow and pleasure at tbe beta: with the drinking bar fee*- lone simx ceased ^to exist. He was an cabitusj drinker—- poor fellow—^because—well because it was habitual. Like other* of his class, a good bonest workei .when sober, and one who would not consciously do any man an injiirj except himfip.lf. A human, wreck h© « now. but he once worked at his trade in mateship with tbe mosi picturesque — and some think '. tb< greatest—premier this State has known, and was accomted a first rate tradesman. Drink—tbe cursed plrink—ha'J been his bane. There wc« several' convictions—all for drtmfenn. neEB—recorded against him in (he book before the magistrate. ' He pleaded " Guil;y,v ."I've...

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CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. FAIRVIEW v. LYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

CRICKET UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. FA.IRVIEW v. IyYRUP. F&irview met Lytup on the Renmark Show ground on Saturday, 25th, and the match resulted in a win for the former. The Lyrup team were without a couple of their best bats, but Logue was mainiy responsible for their small score. .Logue (33) and Howie (39 not out) were the principal scorers for thj winners, \v. R. Woodhanfs long absence from the game made little difference, his 25 being compiled by fine cricket. Scores : — . Lyrup. O- Nolan , .0 C. Lang 4 A. Wr glit 0 — Waraecke ... 0 A. Hejlv 0 W. May l D.Thayne ... 0 —Mc Arthur ... o £. Bollenjiagen (ubt out} <„ 7 A. Hoepe u Sundries ... ... . , 1 Total... ... .... 8 Bowling: Logue, 6 wkts for 6 runs: Dolan, 3 fori. FaiRVibw, H. Moss 14 E. Woodham.-., ... ... 2 R. Moss •... 1 W. Muspratt ... 1 \V. R. WooTlham ... ... 25 H. Logue % ' ... 33 R. Dolan ..." ... ... 16 H. D. Howie, not out ... 39 H. Taaffe, not out ... ... 17 Saudrle3 - ... 3 Total for 7 wkts ... 161...

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THE PYAP ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

THE PYAP ESTATE. Mr. Charlie Davey, of the firm of Messrs. G. S. Davey and Sons, elec trical engineers of this town, re turned on Friday after an absence of three months (reports the " Mil dura Telegraph). He has been in stalling a suction gas plant en the Pyap Estate, which , Mr. C. J. De Garis purchased a few months hack. Hie. e a.e about 50j acres under cultivation. The steam plant in use for some years has not served to give tfa* 3-Etaga pump the power needed to iorce the water to the top levels, and Mr. Davey's work has been to replace the steam plant with s suction gas plant. A fine supply bf water i6 now available on the higher levels, and Mr. Davey -describes the estate as looking 50 per cent, better than when taken over . by Mr, DeGaris. The producer plant {known as the Cambridge) is not worked bj charcoal but by wood ; this makes for'simplicity and economy. -* Mr. Davey returned to Pyap by the Gem on Wednesday to superintend the sii week's pumping now commencing.

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STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which -Land May be Taken up and Worked. Blocks are surveyed into areas varying from 10. to £0 acres of irrigable land. In addition, areas oi non-irrigable land will be allotted to lessees of irrigation blocks for dry farming. ; ~ Tlie tenure is perpetual lease witbou re-xaination at a rental uot exceeding 5 per acre for irrigable land, and 4d to 6d per acre for non-irrigable land. The water rate to cover cost of supply ing -water and interest on pumping plant, •channels, etc , is estimated not to exceed 30/ per acre. A sliding scale covers both the rent and water rates lor the first four years, i.e., first year one quarter of the rent and water rate, second year one half third three quarters, fourth and after, wards, fall amount per acre. The Department is prepared to assist settlers on'the irrigation areas by fencing, clearing, and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation channels thereon. Such improvements will be undertaken op ...

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THH RENMARK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

THH BENMARK HOSPITAL. |; Mr. E. C. Gibbons, secretary ofi the 1 Local Hospital Board, advisee tSe > purchase from Mr.-Geo. Anderson of.: zQ acres ofgood high land, with a 1 iroatage of .20 chains toi Ral Bal 1 Avenue, for the purposes of a hqg- « pital cite. Plans for the building ' desigaed by _ an Adelaide ' architect, t will bo submitted to the Board in the course of a- lew- tfayB, and ..no ' time will be lost in proceeding with 1 Its erection. As an instance of the * intsre.t aroused. by the scheme < throughout the district, Mr. Gibbons ' statedthat a lady not unknown to * [iversiderB has promised a spe:ial t ionation of £100 to be. made on the * lay the foundation stone for a good ' juil-iing is laid. The site secured » ias many s'Jh ta^tial advantages. 1 ihe land is nicely situated, splendid- j y dran^d, with a.fine open prospect >n three cilss, and. the soil is a andy loam aimiraWy suited. for . rardening purposes. Negotiations are 11 ilready well in hand for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

- J. General Storekeeper, Renmark (Also Shortly at Berri.) GOODS UP-TO-DATE. GENERAL DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES. Suits to Measure. Fit and Style Guaranteed. First Class Dressmaker on tbe Premises. Bargains Galore. Inspection Invited. G- EDWARDS Coachbuilder, Mildura. Boggles, Sulkies, Spring Carts of al Descriptions. Fruit Lorries, as used at Mildura. Drabble axles and caps. Two-wheeled top Lorries, with sides. 1 PRICES RIGHT. j Workmanship and Material Reliable. TBIAL SOLICITED. • j Established 1S80. Executor Trustee & Agency Company of S.A. Limited. Subscribed Capital and Reserves— £109,000. This Company's sole business is to act as Executor, Trustee, Administrator or Attorney. Write for pamphlet giving full infor mation and scalp of charges. Directors.— • W. J. Magarey L. A. Jessop W. Herbert Fhillipps h. C. H. Muecke Richard Smith" E. W. van Senden E. "W. WILLIAMSON, Manager. W. W. CARTER, Assistant Manager. Offices—22 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. F. W. Preece. GIBBON'S .Dec...

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VISITING THE IRRIGATION AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

VISITING THE IRRIGATION • ABEA8. , Mr. J. P. Moody, Fruit Industries ■Gommissioruar of Western Australia, it just How visiting: the irrigation settlements along tha rivers; with a view to picaing up the latest in formation respecting irrigation £« velopments in Australia. The West Australian Irrigation Bill is expected to go through p arliament this ces sion, and very properly it is desired to profit, as fer as may fee, by the experience of the older irrigationist Stat.e when it comes' to'the admin- j istrat.on of thei Act.. Mr. Moody, a iter attending the Fruitgrowers' Conference in Adela.de last weet, boarded' the Gem «t Morgan last Saturday night. He dropped off'-at Oobdoga and was . driven through Berri to Rcnmark, where the boat waB rejoined on Monday morning. Unfortunately, Mr. Mo6dy was wet ^through on the drive to I\enn:arfc, and had to -keep' to the hotel (and bad! on Sunday evening. ' He ex pressed himself, however, very grati fied with the Kindly treatment meted j to- him...

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CYCLING & MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

CVCLIN6 AN0T0RIN6 MOTES. A recent dngie day!s consignment oi jorJ cats by-MeSBra .lDnncan & Frassr iaa., embraced inch fir apart districts bb Mount GsmblM snd -Gleiicoe, Broken TfiHj Menittaie, tb.e "S7e8t Coast and Crystal Brook. This sis a typical illus tration ot tiie vide -spread popularity of the Fordcatf in Soutb^Australia and dis trict. Daring theiioar weaks ending October 18th, Messrs Dancan & Fraser, Ltd., landed 107 Ford Cars at Port Ade laide, practically-the; whole of which were allotted- to buyers before be isg received; In connection with the Dunlop 100 miles despatch, contest, ten riders of the Coburg Cycling Clnb, Melbourne, nego tiated the "century'Mn the splendid time of 4 hours 28 .mins. 13-4-5th sees., which is 5 mins. 471-iith sees better than the previous irecordtOjE 4 hrs, 34 mini., 1 see., standiug to ihe - credit of the North Suburban Club, Perth. — At the annual Beverley^-Perth Eoad Race held on the 18th, a big field faced this starter. The ...

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THE RIVER LEVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

THE RIVER REVELS. The weekly record of river levels lb oae of the ieaturea of tb« " Pioneer " most eagerly looked for by a .large number of its readers, aud' as a general rule eyery care is taaen to ensure the accuracy of this recoid. It -was vich all the icoie regret, therefore, that the editor dis . covered tnat iaet fcaturday'a report or a sudden rise in the Darling, a* given in this paper,- was most eiiflvoiBly inaccurate.: The -mi&ta&e viae due tb - a mishap in" connection With the record .board at the Ken mari post odice, It is the custom tppaefceiha sheets showing the levels irpmweek to weei.jyi top pf one auother^ and on Thureday.^wfaen. the levels were copied for the "Pioneer,'' a number of -the sheets hid come un moored. As a" ' consequence the sheet that stood revealed as the latest added to the file was* one that had to^en pasted' up in July last Iho discrepancy was, unfortunately, not noticed, and the editor had not even the consolation -of -being able t...

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