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READ AN ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

READ AN ADVERTIJSEMENT. "I sufferod a -good deal with head aches, and tried .almost everything without getting relief,' writes Mr Joseph .H. Leef, Whirinaki, N.Z. "I hal el ead an vertisement on COham bcrla.in's Tablets, and thought, they would .do me good. I bought a box, and can truly sLy my head aches- were relieved after a few doses. :Everyone to whom I halve 'recommende:l Chamberlain's Tablets has benefitted by. their use," Sold. by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale, C. IHansena, 2llgiove; Scot~, and Allen, Yo)?r-a; Glen; S, H. Bradshaw and Wl . J.i Daiwborn, Ilealesville. -- r· ·

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

) CROYDON. From Our Own Correspondent. The weather is very pleasant us we write early .in the week-cool breezes,_ no dust. and with -so muclh greenery around the locality is de servedly popular as a recruiting area? for tired city folk. The many friends of th. late Mrs Grant,: of :I.-lncobafr" Dorset'. roadd, though' .grieved -.at. the loss of o.le until -recently' so active' in ,public life. ahad genial in inauner, will , be relieved tol.kiiow- thatf:rest dhas come to the wvoin-out, sullerer. The:lftiun eil wvas. of a :privat?n character: th burial ttaking place on .Thursday last, at the TLilydale cemeter). . -The local .Red Cross Committee' benefitted by between " L.- aiid L(1 as the rbsult of Dr. Edithli Barett's lecture on WTednesday. 2nd Decem ber. The: Progress - League : illus ate l the matter -by mens of their limeliglit laiitern, the pictures being very -vivid? -Songs and recitations by- Messrs :Farmer, Gawler. Cheong. Miss Blergei, aild- Miss :Barbar?' Lusher fillcd in the...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

RINGWOOD MARKET. D. G. AI'Clelland and Co. report; --larket hcdvily supplicd"c' vll M1 classes of stock. lIilkers, from LI 10s to L5 s d; for d springers, to Li; backward do., to L4 ls; store cois. t(o L3 s;" daily heifers, to L2 4ks: vealers, fr~om 6? to 18s, accoi'dip, tio quality; Pigg.~-13ac oieis, to L2 14s; porkers, from L1 14s; suckepi, from (is to "S. Foul trv,--Fowls, cockeels, to as 7d or pair; hels, from Is id to its d; chickens, from Gd to. 2s pair, ac cording to size and quality; ducks, from 3s 3d to dIs 5d per pair.- Sun dries usual prices. Outside--Sev eml lines of store cattle at satis factory priccs, the demand fcr same .being good; also 12 horses suitable for niiita:ry work tip to LI A10Bs. If vendors'. havi'iig animals of this class .\vill send 'us particulars and pr-ices, we can al?ays place thmth, if values Lire not too hilgh. 8ale on lionda n-flext as usual. . . ..- . l ,

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ON RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

SON RETIRING FROMlr BUSINIESS When the average city business man g.ves up work, he seldom wakes a success of doing nothing, and unless he has a hobby to keep his mind and body occupied he seldom lives long (writes a currespondent). I have had my at tention drawn to th:s more than once in connection with men whom I have known, whos,: lives have been spent in offices. I know of a bank manager, who, en account of his health, was re tired and placed on a pension before he was fuvly entitled to it, it being gen erally underst.od that "tihe poor chap was not likely to lanst long." One of his friends, however, adv sod him to take up a hobby, and put as much at tention into that as he had been in the habit of dev ting to the business of managing a country bank. He took up the breeding of stud shorthorns, and is quite the most successful shorthorn breeder of the present day in Austra lia. Not only has he made a success of that, but his health has vastly im proved, and he is altogether a diff...

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LILYDALE LITERARY AND SOCIAL CLUB. FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

LILYDALE LITERARY AND SOCIALT CLUB. FIRST ANIJAL MEETING. - :There was a large ttendance: at the,'first .annual nmeeting ,of .ti lie ov&. fheld at -the club rooms on F-riday. evenino ;last, Dr. Shori= (vice-presi dent) occupying the clhair: Correspondence :incuhded.. a alletter front AuJIr Moroney) resigning -.his position 'tis manager: on account' of ill-health. It. :'was ieventually. dec cided to: recommend: tile -committee, to -contiiiue ,Without a. maundger the dutie: to,' b taken in hand in lrota tioil by .commnittcelen . : The balaice .sheet. Av~is road by the lion. secretary (Mr W. Simpisoni) aid iadlopted, on thie motion of MIessrs: R: ?orton and C. 1W. Hill. lirThe stantemen?t was ,as_follows : IReceipts.-fTo inemlbers' subscrip. tions, iL7G Os 6d ;: billiard table re .ceipts, L44 12s 10di tournament. entries. L2 17s 9d; doenationis for prizes-Mr J a:II. "att, LI is; Mr G --W. Iilne, 10. 6d; Mr. F. I-IH. Beresford, 10s- Gd ;:M i" M: W. W Clem cuts. :5s; ,discount is...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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SULPHURING POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

SULPHUHING POTATOES. It has been found that by roling the tubers in powdered sulphur before planting potatoes infested with scab, the danger of disease is diminished. Trials have been made to test the ef fect of applying the sulphur to the soil at the time of planting, and the results have proved _to be very satisfactory. Not only were the tubers alnmost free from scab, but the crop was more ;abundant. Did the -increased crop ,come from - the freedom from disease, !or did the sulphur exercise a direct manurial effect on the plants? To test-this question, a set of experiments i. ,n made at an agricultural sta tion in England. Applications of the fertilisers suitable to' the crop were made to differnt lots-namely 4cwt of :superpliosphate, 2cwt of sulphate of potash, and 2cwt of nitrate of soda, and to the plots were added respective ly 2cwt and 4cwt of powdered sulp'hul per acre. All the plots to which sul phur had been applied showed an in crease, and the complete manure plot that re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

byr .badly, 0Ybad1IS CU fq ittle -As 3irs A. I1 n ,e 4-re, 47 El ý thpT.Pooies Z . ore, 47 ]B ven rod' ijc Iornington, .I tried several cough medi - himt- aniy 'of them doing iiiu';. (~ouf1i ZTsempdy aud'he got dIj"%cfateo relief:' Sjnue tlien I hay ale k ei i * .a b o tj le o f t his W po n er m.redy by me~and recormmad Very one~ ý.nse J. I Ruti inson, lydale an, llgrov&; ScoYt andAl ~' Yal Glen; S.II. Bmadshal w ani ý J* Dawbon1, Ueal~syilLQ, jIEA.D ACE AND LA.SSj lDE; 'Forir .cqne rolks suilerect' from a stonLTaI1 t?roubb .whNch caused, head ache nnd lassitude,'" says. Mir Fred-: crick E. White, 162 Olnak strcet, 1Northcbte, Vic. '.'I 1 s;enl Chaim be.laifx's 'T?Ibet advrixiseil for siic. coiuplaiit, 'a- decc dec o try 1at they would do 7 or. li. .'ley ie tlie bost. nectici4e.- 1 kiow o'F for"' slomachli troubles, anxl tl0 ldd me a, g??eat .cl of goocd :i Siold by T; Ilutchlnson, :Lilydal. C. IIansen MWill ove;. Scott :and Allen, Yarra Glen; S Bdiracthw and W}. J. Da tbor...

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PIG FEEDING EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

PIG FEEDING EXPERIMENTS. At the present time a series of ex ,periments are being carried out to test not only the s3 stem of feeding the meal and water in separate tropghs, but. also the cooking and-scalding of the meal. The experiments are being carrieu -out at Holmes Farm in conection with Kilmarnock -Dairy School, Ayershire. Forty eight pigs; were divided intoc three lots on 2nd June. The meal c6nsists of three-sixths maize meal, two sixths thirds and one-sixth barley mea, and whey. One lot of 16 rigs are being fed with the meal in a dry state; these pigs have made an average gain per week of 5.51b, at a cost of 2d per lb. The second lot are fed on a mixture ot meal and whey, and have made a weekly average of 4.71b, at a cost of 21d per pound; whilst the third lot, which have the meal scalded with boiling water, have made an average increase of 4.2 lbs. per week, at a cost of 21d per lb. It would appear that so far as these experiments have gone, the dry meal shows an advantage o...

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THE EVILS OF GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

TiH EVILS OF GAMBLING. The "Moojiabbin 'New-s' sys:- The printer has numerous trou b1., hut the limit was readced this neck whei we were compelled to by the extraordinary odds of 16 q3i1n. It all happened on account Sthe einthusiasm of a resident in a isitant suburb to obtain i 'copy fthis paper. To our aston I'm11ct a. postil olficial brouglit us Sletter with eightpence to pay on t. We a?ltrally thought some con nce stricken individual had ,eal. i] dhad decided to pay an overdue e super tax inlposed appeared: 'oC10hat excessive. Judge of our astofishlment when the euvelope was 1'eued. aid finding that it con tdiied a request for the paper tand raiz to the value of lId. The elupe withult registering it, and_ the depajrtiClt. li d done co for ti.m with ie result that the. re "e'iiil* tht t,; dcpnrtiniut obtained for l?Ce carrvhg of thit letter was 'iepince. -\leanwhile thb oveidue co-unt w had in our mind is ,?i l giler ii ý cttac.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED ? ; YEARS. Pure French Grape *1 _ _ _ Cognac S `The Original House of teW a ART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWAI'TS I l ,J"sk LIVE STOCK INSURAK "E. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND- DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLATMS PROMPTLY PAID ACTIVE 'AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. - 'APPLY TO---- DALGETY '' CO, LTD., MELBOURNE. v TO.. LTD· IIO S, . r,·=t·=!eg: :-i~` Z9':.Es CRISTMAS BARGAIN PARCELS Di ggor Bargains thian Ever Beforo EVcRYTHING MUCH LESS TH:AN HALF PRICE -Something Suitable for Everybody We pay oal Cost of Carriage to any Addross -IIOUSEiHOLD BARGAIN PARCEL-A Handsome Alum eTim .Pickle Pick, a patent pickTe fork, antarnishable; Fruit and Vegetable Slicer, Corcrs Fish Scaler ".. and Potato Chapper; Lues e reass nI.rba Midget Lamp, burns one penny worth of Kerosene...

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CONSTRUCTION OF MAIN ROADS. WORK IN UPPER YARRA SHIRE. BOARD REQUESTS INCREASED VALUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

CONSTRUCTION OF MAIN ROADS. ?ORK IN UPPER YARIITA Sli1R3:. bORAD REQUESTS' INCREASED VALUATION. At the mnectiug of the Upper Yarra ;hire Council on iMonday, a, let ter was received from the Coun try loadls Board stating that plans htve been approved for work ;on the mtain Warburton road between Ifarburton and West Warburton, laud ihimeating that the bo-ard is unable t authorise work on roads which hrve been declared main roads in the shire until an increase takes. thee in the valuation of .thl: rate bhle property in the shire. The engineer in his "eport s? ted that the board ehad -ppropved-.of the plans for construct ion of ;the main ;road to Woori 'Yallock.,: from launching Place to the shire boou1 I long discussion took place 'on this mtnter. Cr Macklesv was. of the opinion tha it it wofid not .be C.e to make a fresh valuation until the roads are meade. Cr Ewart said lie was in sym p?thy with the board's work, but the ratepanerts in the back country lhd to be considered a's well a...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for grant of letters pat: ent, which have been lodged in the following names, and h!lve been accep t.d by the Commissioner:- Messrs G.' G. Turri and Go, patent attorneys No. 1, of Austraria, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have prepared. this report from the of licial records: Stamp Selling Machine.-lf a coin is put in a slot this machine will dis charge a postage stamp, Thile stamps are put in in strips, and there are two arms, one toother to catch in holes in the strip The other cuts.-Mr G. L. It chards, England. Unloading Filled Grainu Bags.-TiLis inventfoai is used with hiiviWstingm .ch ines and prevents :the filied bags from becoming heaped-up "and' cumbering the harvester. A crane on the grain box hasa swivelli.,g arinm which has an at tachment to grip the bags, which are swung cle.sr of the machine and. re leased.--hr H1 T.' McNair, New South wVales. Talking fictures.-A gramin phone and a cinematograph are used ...

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THE MASTER PASSION. "SUICIDE OR ACCIDENT." CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

---THE MASTER PASSION. "SUICIDE OR ACCIDENT." OHAPTER XXlX. Not a word did the husband an: wife speak to each other as they drove home through the moonlit lanes. It was a lovely night, calm and still, and the air was heavy laden with the scent -of flowers from the gardens which bor 'dered each side of the road. Not a leaf stirred, not a footfall broke the 'silence; it seemed as if here, only a few miles from the seething crowds of the metropolis, the pulse of life was stibled. RIaymond Duval, bitterly ashamed of Shis passionate outbreak, sat in sullen silence by .his wife's' side, whilst snd ;drew herself as far away' from him as she could, her heart nearly bursting with her, wrongs. To think that her own husband should have believed the man who had insulted her against her .self. To think that this Cis. Deveerl should have been accused instead of him, and she be supposed to have sut fered it willingly, till Belgrave chose to interfere. Never-never could she forgive Duval. lie had d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

E, .. AT HERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, GgEBETING To Onr .ustomers and Friends. Wear here to stay. We are here to mnok" a success. We like the country and the people. We like Our Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. TilE BEST GOODS and THE LOWE PRICES are what-count. One Order Will Convince You. First-class Yalnt in DRAPER' OLOTHING. . BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY - CROOKERY: - GROOERISs Orders Deliehvered all over the District. Don't forget the Address: E. . AT HE RTON YARRA GLEN AGENT FOR- The National Oattlo Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY A YTHINO,. 11 " YtUI M -"-'- : The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PRINT o1.i%. If you do not feel able, to n run advertisements, you can give Sthe newspaper your cards, dodgers, ih i.illhcads, envelopes, and all busi co a.as printing to execute. The news l per man wants it, and it helps e:. Lia ...

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SKINNING AND DRESSING A SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

SKINNING AND.DRESSING A SHEEP. There is one right and many wrong ways, and it is just 'as well to adopt the correct way of killing a sheep and taking off the skin. The sheep is held in position and the throat cut straight across, almost severing the, 'head. The sheep is thefi bled for at minute or two. To remove the skin, take the left foreleg beween the knees, and strip up the front of it towards the trotter for 4ia or 5 in, then put the knife in at the end of the first cut, and cut right down the front -of the leg, continuing up the centre of the neck if 'possible. This will open the skin up.- Then strip the skin down over the left shoulder. The right fore leg is treated in the same manner as ts left, the knife being driven 'across so that it will .meet' the cut from the other fore' leg in the centre *of the neck.. Then catch hold of the skini on the brisket and pull it up or back-this will, clear the brisket. ' The whisel is then pulled out and a knot tied in it, and the skin str...

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PALATABLENESS OF FOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

PALATABLENESS OF FOODS. It is reasonable to think that a relish for food is'.onducive to a good diges tion; and this is what is necessary for quick fattening. Palatableness is an important factor ii .successful feeding, for it tends,,to promnote a state of ac tivity. of "the various parts of the digestive 'organs. There is no doubt that the success of one feeder, as com pared with the failure of another, may sometimes be due, in part, to the better way of presenting the rations to the animal's attentioh. The compounds of a dried fodder which has -suffered no fermentation are practically what they were in- the green, freshly-cut material, excepting that nearly: all of the water contained in the green tissues has evap orated; and that .in drying there is a possible loss of an imperceptible amount of volatile ingredients;-whose presence in the plant affects its flavour more _or less. The palatableness of thle plant that is cured or diininished, and -in the process of making is increase...

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UPPER YARRA POSTAL FACILITIES. DISSATISFACTION AT YARRA JUNCTION. DELAY IN DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

UER yARRA POSTAL FACILITIES. 1 JUNCTION. - - DELAY IN DELIVERY: 1 onidai's meeting of the rUp. S i ,rce Council, a -letter rereird from the Postal de 1ntimating that, after in eit was found unnecessary tc rthe Yar' Junction post office o W ednesday afternoons; alsc ,,n out that the telegraph: of unthe railway station is open aklk' s:idt it was a< great e'nieinc< to have the office clos . Wedinesdai afternoons. Many °nt' business men especially, O use the telegraph facili ad the fact that the y?-wrce Sailahle might mean .lossb to lie lkd fr.Jluently wntifel6to froln ielbourne, but it .' rle?ss on Wednesday. ,O ý -:,n said that if the opce classed in a certa.in grade it I1 bt compulsory for it to are iu open. and he suggested that i ecretar ascertain in which: Sde the .rra. Junction post of , +a; placed. ;r )ackley moved thait a reply ;, et to t ihe department tliat olidng of the ollice is a de :1l inconvenience. Slie motion wa's seconded biy Cr and carried. :, ....

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EVELYN'S NEW MEMBER. AUSPICIOUS OPENING OF PARLIAMENTARY CAREER. FINE SEPECH BY MR ROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

EVELYN'S NEW MEMBER. AUSPICIOUS OP'INING O ,. LIAMENTARl.y CARlEER. FiNE SEPECII BY . llt 110Io.:'r. The newly constitutled State Iat liament assembled on I tr morning of last week to enter ,u , its first session. There "e we, li new members of the .egislative .\ sembly to be sworn in-four ol tlli 1Government bencies and one on th,. Opposition side of the House. When tifter the formal ceremonies. , Assembly met for business (ays th "Age"), the Address in R'ely1 'vas moved by Mr Rouget, the new ,il; erl member for Evelyn, who spoko r with perfect self-possession for neiar ly 4in hour. After formally moving the Ad. dress in Reply, Mr lionget prefacerd his speech by paying a. tribute to his predecessor, 3r E. If. Camieron. who retired prior to te election. l Mr Cameron, he said, was a mazi of z sterling worth and character, and t his forty years' worthy service as a member had entitled hlint to the respect not only of the lhouse, but also of the electors. (hear. hear.) 1lie (fMr Rouget...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

W? NDEUUIH HTAL EILMNS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friends for them throughout the Commonwealth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor- . ative charm, and inexpensive, can be ivashed down and do not collect- dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns free. . . T.he W''NDEIELI0Z1 PATAENT OEILING &8 R0OF'IG Co. Ltdl a123 Qmen Street, Melbourne. ...to d 'a For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigenion. A Deihtful Family edicie 00 ----o-O- Advertise your Christmas Goods in this paper. It will pay. LILYDALE BUTOHERING -CO ~YHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, . ,. _ MAIN STREET, LILYDA;LE. Primest Beef, Mutton;' Corned Beef, Pork and Tongues always' pbtain able at Bedrock Prices. Small Goods a Speciality. CAVE HILL .BACON and CHEESE always on hand: Customers waited upon daily and orders promptly attended to. Accommodation Houses Specially Catered For. - An Up-to-date COOLING CHA2MBER is attached to the prem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

Public Notices. TUESDAY, DEC. 22. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAIPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba. zaar, Melbourne) .will hold their lusual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when . they will have forward the usual yarding of. MILKERS, SPRINGERS, .AT AND STORE COWS, tnd lines of" DAIRY HIEIPERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by .CAMPBELL & SONS, BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. if'CLELLAND ' CO.. STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD Mr Aliok M'Clellan, Auctioneer. 'AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MONDAY. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, FURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Boom for i ur niture. ENTRIES INVIT"uD. £ S. D, Our ACCOUNTS for the quarter ending Sept.i 3oth have been ren dered, and a prompt settlement, especially of those considerably overdue, is requested. W. G. PETTIT. INSURE AT ONCE W ITH THE ROYAL INSURANCE C...

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