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CRICKET. A WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE. MOUNT PLEASANT C.C. VERSUS BLANDFORD C.C. BLANDFORD C. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

CRICKET. A WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE. Mount Plea.sai*t C. C. vkrrus Blandford C. C. BLANDFORD C. C. First innings ? 61 Second innings (loss of 2 wickets only) ? 27 Grand total ? 88 First innings ? »? 6± Second innings ? 21 Grand total ? 85 Thus the Blandfords won by 8 wickets and 2 runs. In their first innings there were 4 duck eggs, and only two (E. Turner, 18, and A. Howard, 10) got into double figures. In their second innings A. Howard made 12 and G, Taylor 10. Mount Pleasant men must practice ; C. Wood was the only one getting double figures, he made 22. Mr. Sundries, a well-known performer at cricket, totted up 12, and there were 3 '* ducks,' In their second innings no one made more than 5 and there were 6 'ducks.'* The feature of the match was the marvellous manner in which E, Machattie ' lloored * the batsmen. We do not know whether he was allowed to bowl at both ends all through the match or not, but we find he took all the 10 wickets in the first innings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

Seeds ! Seeds ! I pARDEN SEEDS OF EVERY DESCRIP-B vJ TION. ? E. WEBB & CO. have been appointed SpecialB Agents for one of the largest Seed Growers in theH colonies, and are now in a position to supply allflH descriptions of reliable Seeds. ^fl Catalogues can be obtained on application, and^| all information will be readily suppliad. |H Woollen Department. I TI 7'E invite Special Inspection of New andjH W Fashionable Goods for this Season'^B Trade, being Selections from the Stocke of the ^1-f^B Manufacturers at Home, at prices which defy^B competition, as also Excellence in Style and ^-j^B E. WEBB & CO., H Western Warehouse, V ? BATHURST. ? JM Printed for tlio proprietors by OLYNDWB WEALAN, »t bisGeneJ'^B Priutiiig Office Sohool of Ajrt$ Buildings. Howiok-ftnet. Bf t*iur»^»

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Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, October 8th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

-§ur $ gttueg f --%♦ I FROM ODR OWN CORRESPONDENT.! Sydney, October 8th, 1887. The opening of Parliament has been marked by more disorderly scenes, and the weakness *-f the Speaker has been made painfully evident. u Will it evermore be thus ' in our Parliament House ? Are we never to have more than a bear garden ? Is there no spirit of gentiemanliness, to say nothing of regard tor public business, amongst these qmbblers and petty politicians ? O : that blunt and obstinate eld Oliver could give them an hour of his good old style ; I don't think there would be such foolery, as the last few days has produced, en noted more ihan once by the same set of men. The folks bore an», to use a colonialism, ' just full of it,' and the disgust of the thinking part of tbe community \* pv'mcvA hy the refusal to wade through the details --f tli«« jqu*b bles, and their condemnation of thv press fur giving such an amount of prominence ami ?)-nc*- to thorn. When the Government has shown itself so -»-«i...

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HELEN'S BABIES. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

HELEN'S BABIES. [continued.] As we passed from behind a clump of evergreens which hid the house from cur view* I involuntarily exclaimed , ' Gracious !' Upon the piazza s'ood Mrs. Mayton ; at her side stood my two nephews, as dirty in face, in clothing, as I had ever seen them. I don't know but that for a moment I freely forgave them, for their presence might grant me the respite which a sense of duty would not allow me to take. ' Wczhe corned up to wide home wif you,' ex claimed Toddie, as Mrs. Mayton greeted me with an odd mixture of courtesy, curiosity, and humour. Alice led the way into the parlour, whispeied to her mother, and commenced to make a rapid exit, when Mrs. Mayton called her back, and motioned her to a chair. Alice and I exchanged sidelong glances. ' Alien says you wish to speak with me, Mr. Burton,' said she. ' I wonder whether the subject is one upon which I hare this afternoon received a minute verbal account from the elder Master Lawrence.' Alice looked blank ; —...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

Kou iglit Rdjlgpl MORALISTS, irfdB^K:-'^] 1V± NOVELISTS have filled .^r^|W ,:r 1 Ladies and their costumes in daMng||gH^M I sterling truth still that one of tQQ mOffl^SH^B I your pleasure and gratification in lUipBu^^^E 1 of Dress or Mantle you wear. , -'I^^PB^BL ' : 1 Perhaps E. WEBB k GOMPAN^^ ^Jk money, labour, and skill, can assist yo^- f^SS^^^B '*^ IMPOaTANT lflJil«Wl To Ladies ! To Lad^IJjgg I E. WEBB & COMPANY * 1ISBBH; I Importers, have opened for y^u^^^H^^a M upon cases— Yes 1 miles nT^aM^^^M ? SPRING AND SUMMEE-NOti^^^Hr .? and Fancy Dress Goods. . ^jiiBllH^B ? E. WEBB & COMPANY'S. -^BIM' ? Plain and Check Beiges, l^llilBB^H I Tiny Checks and Soft ah^g^dBBM^B ? E. WEBB AND COMPANY'S * -^ IIIIIIIm? ? Spring Twine Cloth, 6d anJlMfflBMI ? ' ? Cloth for House Wear. - ^^^HHHLH E. WEBB & COMPANY'S . F^^^hH|B Cashmeres, 15d and 19£, m^0$XlB^^^mF^M of beauty and a ioy for ever.*'- JI99B^K-^B: E. WEBB & COMPANY'S &1IHIBS Check Vicima's Cloth ...

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AN AUSTRALIAN LADY MEDICAL STUDENT. MISS ADELA KNIGHT, OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

AN AUSTRALIAN LADY MEDICAL STUDENT. MISS ADELA KNIGHT, OP ADELAIDE. Miss Adela Knight, whose remarkable success in the University of London was recently telegraphed to the Australian press, is the daughter of the Rev. Samuel Knight, a Wesleyan minister of Adelaide. Miss Knight was born in Ballarat in 1865 ; but has resided almost all her life in South Australia, In 1881 she entered the Advanced School for Girls, and matriculated in the first class in the Adelaide University in the following year. She studied physiology under Dr. Sterling ; and it was at this time that she developed her marked taste for acquiring meJical knowledge. The success which first brought Miss Knight prominently before the public was the winning of SIR THOMAS ELDER'S PRIZE for physiology, which was handed to her by the Chancellor in the midst of a distinguished assem blage in Adelaide on Commemoration Day, 1883. She competed for the Gilchrist Scholarship of £300, which is open to competitors from all the Aust...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

1^ HBBIR^EOM VARIOUS SOURCES.] J^S^^K plfs.a^ticipate(i in the Molong district. ;^H^H^^^^|n$ef|erc ia Bulgaria for the present. fPBt^^mi'#:'jQ^ the books in the cattle sale-yards flB|^^HBfipvl$^ ^Er?uie Association has been, formed aHB^^^RiiiOMSand pounds subscribed to the jBBB|^^B^^^|tit^e flour steamer Karaweera has |SsSH^B|^^sS&^t AmosV near Cooktown (Q.), is said HBH^^^&Mgar has been elected president of the 1^BBi^P^^?re^ha8 resigned the command of the JSTew JSffiSSmWs'.'' 1$ war imminent ? nraPlpef^sii Courtney by three lengths in a sculling T^ffierous meetings are being held in favour of ??? ^SpSfc— '? - MWfoX strength of the Queensland Defence Force is -^dfficers and men. ffhe first-class tramcar experiment on the Woollahra line \nofc been a success. in Intelligence Department for Commerce and Agri ^jfture has* been formed in England. *'-*f National League meetings have been held at various pyftces In Ireland in defiance of the police, y^fae Maratime Union in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

GLOVES I ? GLOVES! TN ALL THE LEADING SHAPES AND 1 MAKES. LISLE THREAD, TAFFETA, FINE SILK, KID, and other makes too numerous to mention. Dark and light shades, to suit all times and purposes. E. WEBB & CO. Hosiery 1 Hosiery !. THIS Department having been replenished with a fresh arrival of NEW LINES in Plain and Fancy Striped Cottons, Black, !Navy and Tan, Lisle Thiead, and other shades and makes that to describe would be almost an impossibility. E. WEBB & CO. To Hand ! To Hand I, WHY? '?'***' 'DECAUSE, to keep up with the times, E. W -*— * and Co. are showing a beautiful make of Tan jvia woves, 4-outtons, at 1/11 per pair. This being a genuine bargain, E. WEBB & CO. would advise all persons desirous of securing a first* class pair of Kid Gloves for a low figure to come early and make a selection, as we have only a few more left. E. WEBB & CO., Western Warehouse. FRENCH MILLINERY, DIRECT From the Throne of FASHION and FAME ! . VVCUIJ OC V^U. in their...

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ARTIFICIAL WHETSTONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 October 1887

ARTIFICIAL WHETSTONES. A Fhkncii spoilt ific review giws the following ruethoi of making whetstones artificially : Dissolve good gelatine isi its own weight of water; the operation being performed in a dark room. To. the solution add \\ per cent, bichromate of potagh, previously dissolved in a little water. A. q«^^^. of very fine emery, equal in weigur to the gelafem used, is to be intimately mixed with the gel^ine solution ; or, in default of emery, use powdltell flint. The mass is to be moulded into the desired shape, then consolidated by a heavy pressure. It is afterward dried by exposure to strong sunlight for several hours. An impression is growing in Europe that the Caar of Russia is the chief obstacle to a Franco-Russian alliance against Germany. Trickett has wired his challenge to Halan to row him on the Fitzroy Kiver for £500 a a side. Trickett also offers to allow Hanlan £100 for expenses, and the winner is to have 75 p?r cent, of the 'gate' money. The lumpers refused to d...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

? ^ ? We learn from the Eveming Ntnn that the Orange Volunteers, on the 9th inst., fired against the Mudgee cracks, and won by 18 points, the scores b«-ing — Orange, 485 ; Mudgee, 467. Newton also had a tram there, which made 391. The last lime Oran#-» met Bathurst, so far as we remember, ()rrtii£« won by a large number. On the 9th, the ljailiuift ten made 543 here, while the Orange ten made only 485 at Mudgee, being 58 behind. Is it not time these two Clubs met again ? Poultry. — This does not appear to be a bad season for chicks to grow. ' Most friends that we have consulted agree that they live and thrive rather better than usual. There always seems to be some trouble with feathers. This year the greatest trouble appears to be to get the chicks out of the shells. It is a bad hatching season : strange to say, it is not peculiar to this colony cither, for, as if by mutual consent, the little beggars decline to leave the shells in large numbers in Victoria. Last year we pro phesied ...

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BEE CULTURE? THE PHENOMENON OF SWARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

3EE CULTURE. * fB¥ J. B, CAMPBELL, SOUTH BATHUnST.'] M§£ \ T]ffi PHENOMENON OF SWARMING. ^^ffi|p iias endowed all forms of life with th- power to ^^^^g:jtB jike. -Siven favourable conditions the whole jB^^CT^gjgte'nce' seems to be to incs^asc and multiply. HHHm||^^^&?orl(i;;-yliere'''wre see mauy generations rise W||MU^^^Nfet ^jiirtgio. season, this desire seems to ^^BBBRliiPil ^unensions of a mania : myriards of j^^^^^^^^^j^ieS- will be produced as if ly magic ^^^^HflliBiff^iP|?e of ti^e. Some forms of life ^i^^^HHl^^KP^etatch portions of their own bodies, ^^^^^Bra|^^po^ as detached becomes a perfect whole. ^^^HHB|^^PiD i of inore complex organism and having Pj^^BBaHBEyfi^1^' can only exist in fatui!it s- tne '-?^^MmfMrelfare of each depending upon the har ^^BBBWBjipMK^'^fe prosperity will be in proportion ' ????:?,? :^^B^^^^&iwhich the individuals of the family per ^ ' ?^hS^P1 ^^ To this latter class belongs the '?* ? '':^^S&BiM*k ^^es °* ***? mve are °* SU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

SUNSHADES ! DO YOU WANT? If so, NOW is the I time to Buy. NOW! I BLACK SATIN, plain lined and trimmed Lace. H Read the List— 6/11 reduced to 2/11; 7/11 H reduced to 3/11 and 4/11 ; 8/11 and 10/6 reduced H to 4/11 and 5/11 ; 12/6 reduced to 7/11 ; 13/6 H reduced to 8/11 ; 15/6 reduced to 10/6- H Make no Mistake about this 1 S Cream and Light Colored Sunshades at about JB half-price— 3/11, 6/11, and 8/1 1. H Black Broche Sunshades 23/6 now 8/11. fl| Black Moire Sunshades 21/6, now 10/6 , ||| Black Twill Silk Sunshades 10/9, now 4/11 : H 14/9, now 8/11. Mm ? Bail Regardless of Cost, ? They Sell These Things at BJ E. WEBB & CO.'S. ? PIANAFORTE, TUNING. I TUTR. NAYLOR, of Sydney, will visit Bathurst, HI *?**? Blayney, Carcoar, and OraLge, commencing ^h! about the 15th November. ^||

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

B Seeds ! Seeds ! I £ ? ? hi GARDEN SEEDS OF EVERY DESCRIP- ? S ^ TION. ? 8h^ E. WEBB & CO. have been appointed Special B UP Agents for one of the largest Seed Growers in the J^m ^ colonies, and are now in a position to supply all j^B p0, descriptions of reliable Seeds. ^B ke; Catalogues can be obtained on application, and^B iea all information will be readily supplied. ^B dit New Seeds are continually arriving, and as all^B ^ non-keeping ones are annually destroyed, customers |B wil can depend upon the reliability of any they may pur* ^B 1 chase from us. ^m mit ^^^B occi For the information of country patrons we might ^B eve| state that the rates of Postage for seeds are as fol'^B exc low :— ]B wi Not exceeding 2 oz. ? .., ? Id. sB oftl For every additional 2 oz. or fraction of 2oz...ld. ^H of tl ? ,. ? H gaiJ NOTOE. MB Water ! Water !B «i ? fl| fin| D. EVANS ? 3 TT AVING received a LICENSE to LAY 0J« soul H WATER, is now prepared to SUPPLVB caJ HOUSES WITH WATER DIRECT OFF...

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Our Sydney Better. November 9th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

?nr£]jdi«8 S-tt(r. ' jifilbM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. J ii vJt s November 9th, 1887. ^H^fttpBBT. Edward may be having decent K^^^M^r,nfy|flnr1 for his birthday celebration, i^fe^iSSnlv been .unable to give us any in Bffl^^^Kyre might be celebrating the birth HH^^^^pli -.-.for it has been an almost ^BBH^^K;tir ^or the past thirty hours, and ^BBElS§K-t*ier thirty. In fact, Granny ^^H[j^^| Niece Greater Britain will have ^^H^^^^ .moistened laurels, if we are to I^^^^HBS^^^^^ois; me that he stands a good ^^H^^^^^^^d l)ald ere his head 'uneasy fl^HH^^Klkb 'the crown of England, for ^^^^Hp^pSixtli birthday. It is, perhaps, not '''^^^^^nuBlli^C that such is the case, for we ^^^^^^BBBSii)!^ ;H°ore constitutional monarch i3^^^^^Brafl|l Jittptjiier, and there have been times ^^^^fflg^EKiation has deemed it good that '^^^BB^^pii^hould '..more nearly tread in the ^^^^^Hffi^^K^Ahe Good, and more closely study ^^^^^HB»i&|o£ lihe /people, as has Queen ?HBRI^rer, ball's well that ends well/' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

H ARVESTI NG_MACH IN ERY. Ett tt t tm |-v -p| q r^ s\ HAVE again the pleasure of advising Farmers and the rest of the communit lA/ jH W W Jxt III interested in Agricultnre, that they are still to the fore in the matter o « *▼ MmiXJxJ \X/ \J\J ? supplying the very latest and best descriptions of Harvesting Machinery Their shipments, direct from the manufacturers, are now being opened up and displayed in their large and commodiou Machinery Stores, where all Machines can he critically examined and any information appertaining thereto readil, supplied. The result of such examination will convince all that K. WEBB & CO. give their best attention to thi most important department ; and endeavour, whilst showing as great a variety as possible, to keep none but the ver; BEST MACHINES in their respective classes. Below we give a Ust of 3ome of the machines on hand :— BURGESS' MANUAL COMBINED REAPING & MOWING MACHINE, With 5ft. cut, right or left. Fitted witli pola for two hors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

'— I 1 JOHN IDE & CO.' 8 I j Corn Flour i Is a Household Requisite of con- , stant utility. NOTE. — Purchasers should iusist upon - being supplied with WADE & CO.'S CORN FLOUR, Inferior kinds, as serting fictitious claims, are being offered to the public. W. F. ROBERTS, LATE OF BATHURST, ( (Certificated Assayer, Metallurgist, &c, of the School of Mines, Ballarat, Victoria), PERFORMS Assays and Analyses of all descrip tions of ORES, MINERALS, &c. Tlesults forwarded by return of post. Fees : Assay for Gold and Silver in the same sample... 10s Assay for any other metal ? 10s Reduction made in fees as per agreement. Full particulars on application. Electro Plates for Gold-saving Purposes made to order. Also, Battery-Tables & other Gold-saving Appliances. ASSAY OFFICE : 87 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. WILLIAMS' BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR Saves Numbers of Lives Annually, THE Curative Froperties of this Wonderful Medicine . has astonished Doctors and delighted Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

MUGRIDGE BROS., STEAM SAW MILLS AID JOINERY WORKS, Russell and Ranken Streets, Bathurst. TIMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, All kinds of Turnery, Carved Brackets, Doors, Sashes Mouldings, Skirtings, Floorings, Linings, Shafts, Spokes Felloes, Stocks, &c, &c. White Bricks, Moulded Bricks, Paving Tiles Drain Pipes, Bends, Junctions, Syphons. LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER. GALVANIZED IRON. FIREWOOD & COAL. Plans & Specifications Prepared, And Estimates given for BUILDINGS and all kinds of JOINERS' WORK. Mugridge Brothers, CONTRACTORS & TIMBER MERCHANTS. Plain k Fancy Dress Department DRESS as a fine art, Ladies, can be seen at E. WEBB & CO.'S at the very height of perfection. Our Stock of Tailor Tweeds is not, and cannot, be excelled in the famous city of Paris, and our price for same at 10^ per yard. A New Dress for 5/-. — The highly fashionable Beiges, in Grey, Slate, and Fawn, are now selling at 5d per yard. A Summer Twilled Cloth Dress for 6/— If y...

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HELEN'S BABIES. [continued.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

HELEN'S BABIES. 1 [continued.] Mrs. Mayton brought her foot down with a violent stamp, i ' I know you'd 'spect him, if you knew how nice lie was,' continued Budge. *' He sings awful funny songs/ an' tells splendid stories.' . r 'Nonsense I' exclaimed the angry mother. 'They aiu'fc no nonsense at all/' said Budge. ' I don't think it's nice for to eay that, when his stories are always about Joseph, an' Abraham, anf Moses an* when Jesus was a little boy, an* the Hebrew children, an* lots of people that the Lord loved. An1 i he's awful 'fectionate, too.' 1 ' Yes, I suppose so/' said Mis. Mayton. I ** When we says our prayers we prays for tho nice I lady what he 'spects, an' he likes us to do it,' con I tinued Budge. I ) ** How do you know ? ' demanded Mrs. I Mayton. I ' Cos he always kisses us when we do it, an' I that's what my papa does when he likes what we I pray.' I } Mrs. Mayton's mind became absorbed in earnest I j thought, but Budge had not said ail that was in his j I heart. ] ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

The Bathurst Post IS published on the 15th of every month, and having the most extensive circulation of any newspaper in the West, is unrivalled as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. fcjEBMS OF ADVERTISING : : S. d . For the first inch of space, or part thereof ? 2 0 ^, -each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 0 * Advertisements ordered for special positions will be ohargedas under ??:?-- For the 1st inch, or part thereof ? 3 0 „ each succeeding inch, or part thereof ? 1 6 %* A Discount of 10 per cent, is allowed when an. advertisement appears in three consecutive issues, if paid for within one month of last insertion. 'Wit §athttrsi iasi TUESDAY, NOV. 15, 1887.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Post — 15 November 1887

?pE. WEBB & COMPANY, - MpTE F^S. I M PO %J E F^S. IMPORTERS. B^^R^AY' 110W that those obnoxious AD VALOREM DUTIES are repealed, SHOWS SOMETHING NEW ^^^B;';' BEING OPENED, as ALL OUR GOODS ARE NOW OUT OF BOND. ^^^S&::'are giving our Customers the Benefit of Change in Tariff ! PI Departipit (Fancy) f E. WEBB & CO. I Beg to call the attention of their Customer to the , I EXTENSIVE PROVISION made to meet their i I requirements. This day there are some I SPLENDID GOODS OPENED, ! ? iacluding Flouncings, in Lace and Muslin, with 1 I narrow to match ; also same very pretty Linen Sets, B in Plain White, Black and White, and Fancy i B Colours, from 6d the set. B We have, in this Shipment, opened a very nice I ? assortment of Washing Frillings so much worn for B the neck and sleeves of Dresses, from 2id to lOid ^m ' i '44. ? per yard. H Parachutes. Sunshades, Rufflings, Laces H Veil Nets, in every shade and colour H Silk Tulles, black, white, and coloured H Dress Button...

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