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LAW VERSUS JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

LA. W VERSUS JUSTICE. I TO TUB EDITOR. I Sin,-Will you allow ran, through your paper, to inform the public what a man ib liable to on Charter Towers. I came to tliis place about eight months ago, aod, nil or working for wages for fiomo time, I bought a share in the claim I was working in. During the time I was working for wages the claim waft enlarged, by taking in sixty-five feet on tho base line and ono hundred feet on the un derlay aide of tho reef, making the claim four huudred feet, aa under the present regulations. Notices were posted, and, ufter the proper time elapsed, was granted by* tho warden t and, on applying nt l e offlae, a certificate of registration ol union wus :;iven, and a man was put on to re present the oitra ground. After holding the ground for sis months, (uuder tlie impression thai we had .1 proper right, and, in the mean time, applying to get it surveyed,) we were sur veyed. .we were surprised on tho *8th May to find the ouo hundred foot of block being pegg...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public Meeting.—Good Templars. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 26 June 1875

Public Meeting.-Good Templars. 4 LEcTL'RE was delivered on Monday evening in tbe Masonic Hall on Good Templarism, by Mr Peter M'Lcm. G.W.S., from Brisbane, to b crowded mooting, every portion of the Hall being filled. The ttcv, Mr, Jones preside.!, and, After a few prefatory remarks, introduced tbe lec turer. We giro a mere summary of the lecture, which wfts woll delivered, and abounded in tell ing anecdotes und striking illustrations thai drew repeated bursts of ap^Aauss from the audi* enc<». Mr. M'Lcan said: GdoJ Teoiplarism, tho sub* feet of his lecture, was not a society of mush*, riom growth, though it bad spread over almost j every part of the world. Many persons enter tained strange ideas regarding it: Good Tom plariem was nothing in fact but an advanced stage of Teetolalism, considered under throo aspects; First, as teetotalism organised j second, i as tcclotalism utilised j and third, as tcclotalism harmonised. Undor the first head ho would 1 remind them that it ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

New Jewallor/ Shop* AX OII.VKTEIH 'JOU'ICRS. E. BINDER (I.ate of Raveti&wood.j >"0W 01' OfUIITEitS T.MViiRg. BICGS tn inform ilio i)",t 1,,. lns opened a NEW KSrAllLISHXIRN' At Charters Towera opposite the limik of New South V.'alen. Any Omers for the tieiMition of new goods. ::i i.:- instnneo hhaoklkts, liUOOOIJKS, l'.AUlXGS, 01IAIXS A GUalitis, sruns, watoiif.S, &.i, <tc. Will be execute* with witness nnrt dispatch. ^ Small Jnr 'rlt of ail l.innb of GOLD Bofoiit. ' b'hittful- Confinling j> r f £'s o c o i. BREAKFAST. a, _tlioruUf?li knowloilj>o of lie nnturt] . IftWft v men govevu LboopiMvtionp pt digcitioR and nutrition, und by u careful application or t he fine pi-opcrt ies of well selected cocon. Mr. ' 15pp« Una )»Qvidc(f our lircakfftst»t«b)<* trjfh 0 delicately fltvoU'd beverage whipJi may *avc us rosily heavy doctors' bills. It :g by the judicious use of each articles of diet that a constitution uiny be gradually built tip until...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

I. ALAND, AUCTIONEER A CffiiSHMHSiOSM A&IC3Y kikib htcset, CHARTERS TOWERS. ^ W . JASPER, *8ADDLB & HARnWs HAKEB. CH1£TEU TO'wEES. f ?* '? H. J. W. BOWKER, ffttotnegr ftoUcttorriPttirtoc. <®on=" begHncec, &c., Can be conaulted daily at Hiahon'a Hotel, UlLLGHESTEB. : S : J. A- Sohaflfenberg, Or. med., PBTBiciA.tr, 6dbqeon, AND AocoocHEtra Duly nullified at the Medical Board. OOABTEBBTOWBBB Charters Towers Timber Yard HtVBB 8TESET. N»et door to Dr. SoVmrBTetibtrf, CharUra Tower*. B0IT.DING, UNDERTAKING, AND JOBBING Bone at the ahorteat P»Hm. H. H( SB, Agent. T. 8- Carter, 8OLIOITOE Tiernej'a Mining Exchange Hotel. Chartera Towera. Manleod A Co., * ORNERM, 8TOREKEEPBR8, Custom &OUIP abd Forwarding Agehti, rrOWNSVILLK. Fraser's Timber Yard, KILtOKBaTEB AKfi CB1ETSB8 TOWKfiS. ALEX. FRASBB. Victoria Bakery. (Adjoining A. Fraser'e Timber Tard, IOLLCHBSTEB). CHABX.fi 8 EHEHARDT, FBOPBIETOB. K.B.-A Stock of Com & Bran always on band. ON WAR ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1875. Notes and Events. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1878, Notes and Events. Ebbitum.-For "turgid and high-flowered," in our last leading utio!e,.rdad " tuigid and high-flown" Mr. Deine't letter should hare appeared in onr last.,but it gotorer-laid by the printers. At a meeting of (he Jockey Club, on MondAy evening week, at Tierney's hotel, Mr Carter was elected vice-president in the room of Mr dill1 Mr Bowksr and Mr Toll, stewards; Mr Charters, judge ; Mr Hartley, ® tarter; Mr Aubrey, clerk of the coarte't and Mr Aland, <-lerk of the tcales. Two collecting committees werfe ap pointed. To#ers-Messrs. Lissner, O'K&ne, Tierney.Pririce, Buibcrford, Huberts, and Par* cell, Millchester- Messrs VV. A. Host, Carter, Bowker, Carr, Btoll, Casack, and Chambcrlin. In the Police Court, yesterday week, Henrv Sbattling, of the Exchange Hotel, was fined or in default one mouth m gaol, for allowing dis orderly conduct iu lib house on Sundav last. An application by F. Iaonstrom for musio and dancing ia his house, W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

Newmarket Sale Tarda II I 8 DAY ft eavy urau^lit HUNOA , ..Whim LIOREEE, Whip HOREEA, . j Pack horses, FUID Vieefut saddle HATRED A. N. PB1N0E FC (JO i, Will ICLL by public miction LLIIS day at two o'clock absrp, at their Yards, for various owners, 65 head of useful horses of the above description. ALSO Hiding and JIOCK BaddlcK, DRAYC and HARNESS; No reserve! A N Prince 6c Co. Auctioneers CHARUIRG Tovrert. To Publicans, Miners, and OTHERS, GR VRAM'S FAMILY_HOTEL 8toek-IN-tra.DE of tho Reefers* Arms Hotel. (LIILLCHERIER.) A- N. 3Prince & GO HAVE received instructions from Mr E. P. Graham to sell by public auction, ON MOCIDIY, 6 th July, ; EL 12 o'clock sharp The whole of the Btook-IU-TRA3E o( the Reefers ARMS Hotel Consisting of Spirit JAN, half-pint pewters, spirit mea earing uobblcn, glasses, pictures, lamps and lanterns, stock of NINES and BPIRITS, ALSO* household ftfrniture, consisting of Iron bedsteads, stretchers (pine) dress* INGTIIBLES, toilet sets, washing STANDEE me...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Telgraphic News [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT] NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE June 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

Telgrapllic News [FEOH OUB BSISBAKfc TBLBOI1APHIO AGCXT KOBTIWRS MINER OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE June 30. The third readings of tho Deceased Wife's Sister Bill and of (he Cook Hepre eentation Bill, have pasS'd (be Council. Macalistel- bad a sevdfce epileptic fit on Saturday last; it is unlikely that he will resume the business of bis department for a fortnight. The Assembly was eng'ged lost night in passing the estimates. Whilst dealing with sone items relating to Clermont, Graham, supported by others, including two Ministerial tupporters, demanded a full exposition or the Land policy of the Government The Minister for Lmdn ob jected to the course pursued by (he Op position, a debate ensued, and the II..use adjournod. July 1. In the Assembly, last night, the Oppo sition again demanding a communic tion from the -Government on its-laud policy, and a debate fol'owing in consequence no |ir. gross was made in Supply. '1 hs other business unimp irtuu'. The Council, by a wftjoii'y o...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

THE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S STORES. i FORMERLY THE fP®STT ©F/flGE S7@RE3 UO) OPPOSITE HA&@HSAVE8' MSTOL. CHARTERS TOWERS. WILL BE OPENED FOB BUSINESS ON1 Saturday Next, 3rd July. With a large and well'OBSortcd Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Seco id to NONK in tlic Dlstriot. xfTlBESE STORES have beer. estalilielied JL with a view of filling up tlie want whioh must be felt by that portion of the Publio who pay CbbII for their Good*, and who expect, naturally, to buy Cheaper than those who enjoy LONG ACCOUNTS, with Storekeepers, and are charged LONG prices for the accommodation. THE COMPANY'S STORES Will have no expense for Bouk-keepera mid Spring-cart men. TPE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY Will get their Qood.i from the very beat source? for Cash, ncd will dispose of them again for Cash ana cash only, but cheap - THE COMPAN'Y8 BTOKE.S Will bo foand always well assorted in Drapery Goods, Of e«cry description, To tlie Newest Stylo, And at reasonable prices Clothing. WBU'B, Yuutb'n, and Boy'...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

The Assembly ji^ucJ tho aiicattd ifcad-! ing of tho I.and Hv -it'i'.u a division, 1 jvDKLAiDi-:. i July 1. Thfl Adelaide 71'i'gisfrr Urges oh iliii Go vorn-uent the necessity of forming a plan tat 011 in the Northern territory, for the purpose ul ti's'ing its capabilities. LONDON. Juno 30. Di-astro'iis flooia have occurred on the Con'ineirt. In T.iulouso, iu Franco, over two hundred persons have boon drowned, and <»i thousand rcduc d to a tit ite of d stitntl 1). ( Count A i nlnt Los Haiti been foil' fl guilty, on the second charge profnrrod uga'nat him, of illegal y lichiining State documents, ind sentenced to n;n.' moil lis imprisonm n', July I: Tb6 inundation in Primed extended to the southern districts ; the Assembly voted two millions of francs for tho relief of the sufferers; The Kn^j)pW)rt of Austria And Russia met at Prague, Bohemia. July 2; The fiflft m&teh at Dublin, between the i Irish Mid American teams, was won by <t the latttfr b^%1iirt]li...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

iilimug iatiWii. . A GREAT number of pr dcotinn ntea- !IST -been registered by the Waiden wiii.ia iLc last half yfisr, In moat cases the proieo tinii has been made arailnble for ensurine llio r'ulit to small pntcluv t.f aurfoce Muh ? and no intention has boon exhibited of searching fur the reef or reefs, whoso ex pose J cb|>S crtlmbled or decayed by almot . pherio influences ha\o spread the frat: uients whieli ihdiigh yielding commonly but little gold tooauee easily (gathered ii.-ivc been the inure oovctcd. Those protection or prospecting areas, as they are variously .styled are found covering' small tquurc portions of pi'ound wherever there lias been exhibited the smallest flow of qunriz. In a few cases the leader or reef Las been sunk tip n, ir a paddock opened out, evident); with a determination to ascer tain if its prospects proved payable "r oilier wire. But in most cases tho ground line been abandoned ofteu Jong before the term 01 protecti'n baa expired. Exper ienced miner#...

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Correspondence. To [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

Corespouacnoc. I till'..--!.'; reply to '$??. a r'-.lt.r.irr, * . 1 told.him Uinf *" tU .; : l( !.;:e Liw;* ?' * . tim« kno*r of t:;c uciun' u:.c. Ibf{: to eta to distinctly that 1 Ion i::-r>» ti.. c. clr tiling, a -.i thv.t !* w*v u: '-nulvefkP st'ci crushing that auyqut tesidea tiie « aii'iici^r* knew tho tzntt return. . Every one on thc-fleM knows tbot the result of that cusbing -was kept eocrct for some lime. 1 uuui:\ o'i eourcv, str ing to Mr. Cu&eck that ii;c; c;:i not girou to the /itlrccaii the return ? Not crtaruJy t.;Tcr;£ our machine*. If he did r.ot j/ix w aIu;-- " bar of a pubiic-houBC," peVhapa h.s got it " from that youngster in his employ,'1 he found ao' Imndy ofl a wope-goat. It was not tho error of a figuro tbut 1 complained of-but the sneering style of the paragraph audita untruthfulness. Juno 21. JOitN DBASE.

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Towers Police Court JUNE 29. (Before C.[?]. DICKEN, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 July 1875

Towers Police Court JUKE 2y. (Before C.fi. Dicker, Esq., P.M.) Jaince Uai.nfta, on bail, charged with being drunk and disorderly, not appearing, forfeited hie bail, £2. Hobert Bedford, on bail, remanded from Sa turday, was charged with illegally using a horse, ' tbe»property of liberie and K wight en. Mr Carter appeared for the prosecution, andr Mr Bowker for the prisoner. The evidence of senior constable B words taken on Saturday, was rcud oref, to the effect that lie had arrested tbo prisoner on the charge. William Naughten. coach-proprietor and hotel keeper, partner of Dr' Roberts, deposed that Roberts purchased a bay more, named "Minnie," from Priorc about January lgsL ; he saw her on Saturday lost in prisoner's possesion ; ho was riding her; witness went and asked Prince if he k&ew tho inare, and he ssid flie belonged to them; told prisoner so, and claimed h**r; pri soner said, " All right," I'll jive her up to you f you Jet roe ride her dowr to Miilcbestcr and bflck;" ...

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THE KIRK. (From our Correspondent.) KIRK, June 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

THE E.IHK» (From our Corrctponilenf,) Kihk, June 22 jhobmno STAR r,Ms».-IN thi. claim * mibjloniial wliim is crrcU-d, Tliioh terps tlie water clown vcrv eapy and uUo pulla up alone, kt u lie abaft winch they ore now workine lit onl hundred nhd forty feet deep, and at thai Sere «lic t-cof is about two feet thick and tlio-rn pay ble pnjRpi'ot*. TLc manager, Mr Feul'. iian let miiln drives If contract, at £3 per foot j (lie ">W ''riri s to I'ltcnJ fifty feet racli war from (lie fchnf: . it it nlri t,i» iimvlun lolet the ftopinp Uj i ii!i!ract. Tfcerc ifc abjut eighteen men on j this claim, md the number here ie from tmenty fire to thirty, ell told, which is supporting two pubi, Verily! the profits must be lam, or the support very small. Our Queensland NutionU Gold-mining Company's bubble is gone squash dome time ago, and the little engine end jump ing gear is gone to your centre of attraction at the JWere. I belie?e it i» erected on the Cup lain. Tbero are also twe other reefs worki...

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Northern Miner. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1675. (THE Gold-mining Companies Bill now going through Committee in the Assembly, will, it passed into law, exercise a moat; beneficial influence on mining enterprise and materially aid the development of reefing districts by means of capital asso ciated on a safe and' secure' basis. Hie j Bill consists of thtoe principal parts, Hej>iktration,No-liability and Winding-up. The present system of registration in Bris bane, lias ac ed most injuriously on min-; ing enterprise, especially In distant locali ties, and any change in it must be wel comed as a step in the right direction. By section 3 the registration <>f a gold-' mining company can be effected in the District Court, and the articles of associa tion and memorandum, may be delivered to die nearest District Court tti-gfttrtty instead of being as at present forwarded to Brisbane Sections 6, 7 an ) 8 andtub sections, deal wi'h the system of" No lia1 iliiy Companies." Gold-mining Com panies may b...

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Supplement to the "NORTHERN MINER," [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

Supplement to the "NORTHERN MINER, The Oddfellows qcqq to -show that tbeii mission here is not barren of good results. A hril exceeding in size even the Masonic ball, is I pwjected. The capital required is £850 m £2 I .hares. Nearly half the ainoant lias been taken J up within tbe last week. At a meeting held on Monday evening last, tenders were recicved for tbe erection of tbe new ball-one from Mr Fra»er (£350) tbe other from M H Boss (37810e). the Tbe Utter tender vr&a accepted.' The site of tbe building it near Mr Lee's allotment Miner Street. Tbe style is to be the tame ae the Masonic Hall 60 feet by 24 main building and two ehd rooms will make it 60 by 24. Tbe building is to beluied inside, but not^eiled. The contractor who baa all bia material! on tbe ground; **pect# to finish tbe building before ftw school ie com pleted. It is said that Bishop Qtitan has in his pocket a Written engagement from Macalister that he will not rote for tbe Education Bill now before tbe Hous...

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Telgraphic News. FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT NORTHERN MINER OFFICE, Friday Evening. BRISBANE. July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

Telgraphic News. OUR UUIdBlNE TELUQEAPniO AOECT NORTHERN iirNER OFFICE, Friday Evening. ' BRISBANE. July 8. Tae Government hare been defeated by ama jcrity of four on tbe. question of McDougali's transfer from Toowooiuba to Maryborough. fler Df flail, Bishop of Perth has boon ap pointed bishop of Brisbane-Church of England. The^Legislative Uouncil insist on their amend ments in tbe Payment of Members' BilL thus al lowing expenses only. The Assembly, night before last, was engaged in eomffiittee debating tbe Crown Latide Aiicna tion Bill; 110 progress was nude, tue Opposition moving the chairman leave tho chair, a division followed' with equal numbers; the Government subsequently,consented to adjourn tftie debate,, Last night, on the motion for . the resumption of Supply comtbg- On, thd Opposition" J moved an amendment that the'Land Bill be first considered inoommitlce ; the Government treat ing this asa vote of want of coufidehue^ divided- tbe Uou6c and amendment w^s lost. JUly 9. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

THE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S STORES, tfORNrERLtf TIIE P@®V ©OTJOI STORES' AND OPPOSITE H'AR®REAVE8" HSTGIL'. k H ii K T E R S TOWERS. Are NOW OPENED FOB BUSINESS on] Saturday, 3rd July. With a large and well-os'sorlcd Slock of (tE E lt A L if EEC H AOIsil Second to IkO'NE ID'the District. ^pBESE SXO'liliS ba'v« beec established JL with a view of filling up tiic want which mutt he fett by tli»t portion uf thu Public who pay Cash for their Gnuds, and who etpect,' naturally, to buy Glvrnper ih»n those who enjoy LONG ACCOUNTS, with Storekeepers, and ere charged 1/O.Vl) prices for (ho accommodation. THU COMPANY'S STORKS ^PlII bare DO expense for Hook-keepers and Sj>riug-cart men: ^ TPE COOPKHATIVE COMPANY Will get their Good" from the vefy best eourcenior Cash,' and wifl dispose of them again for bash and c&sh only, but ctieap THE OOMPXH'TS 8T<5KE.S tfftl bo found always well assorted in Drapery Goods, Of every description to the Newest St)!es, at rcasun&l)!e ...

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MELBOURNE. July 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

MELBOURNE. July 7. I Tbc Government ir Is stated. intend to refuse .Uttt-eid io Scotoma Orphanages. Arrangcnunu are ponding for tbo transfer of Joibaa Brothers works to die Victo.la Sugar Oompvny, . , July 9. The Judge of the Supremo Court has ordorod an injunction to issue to restrain tbo Qijtpdand Mercury from puolisbiag Hsuter'e (elegmtns or any colorable intimation thereof*

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BUSINESS V. EARLY CLOSING. TO THE EDITON. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

BUBIXESS T. F.AftLY CLOSIXG. TO THE FDITOn. #i " tllfre nPPPaT *n rour of to»morrow tavern oominpntR on eaaifc pin-;,,. I WlietJier or not .b,T ,vill h. no J7 :?. I tinS fo"h tbo vifug of the Criterion on the ! .titgert- In fcftVdlonw I em in farour of ' etrlj oloMnc. On RoM-firMa, nl.crc a -rr.it portion of lie bwrimw in ilonp in the erc"i"P when wineis leave n(r rn.rk an<l come to town I * cloiinp ii a farci-. Tlic eniulorere'ai thu Criterionenn lure (woor Ihrro lioura rrcrr ' £ d,,lt"'r' ®nj ore not wonted after 9 p.m. When J: trite «fF wo,t, ig mv l>ii£inr« Sh» h".«ure' f0o t,'° f,f n,y wiilbe 10 p.m.. Satunluvp. at I2n.m ' July Oil), 187S. A. C- rixLLVAItrj.

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LONDON. July 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 10 July 1875

LONDON. I juiy ? j ]3i;lwer, Gorcraor of L&buan, Ii&B been ap pointed G-ovcrnsr of Natal viee Pine* Lmliar is besiogirg L'uat£. Voga, a Carlist stronghold in the province of Arrngdn. Jul / 8. It is rcp'trfhd tbit Sir G-corge Bowon will be pr- \IAU\* uppointed governor of Dombay. i . r I)r Orj^r, Calb>lis liiBhop of AuokVan d hai ; appoiuted- Archbishop of Oashcl, Ire Ian:. , Th> jury in tlit'filioh Bodchor trial after' veck of delibL'ratioD, disragreed And were discharged.

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