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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

TOWN TALK. p A case of much interest to squatters and nd owners came off this week at the Police )tee, at Sale. On the 2nd day of December, , Dougherty, Eeq , of Bushy Park, impounded t ourteen head of cattle. Those cattle were.t ccording to the Act of Parliament, maintained y the poundkeeper" for thirty-six days, and ence arose a tcharge for maintenpnco which onsiderably exceeded the ainount reaelisd at he sale. On Tuesday last, Mr. H. BI. Pearson, onndkeeper, summoned Mr. Doughlerty for ho balance, £64 12s. Gd., when the following ota came out. It appears it is the duty of he Poundkeeper to advertise in the Gorern ent Gazette all the cattle given in to his I a ge, with brands and description of each dividual beast. If the cattle are not claimed thin twenty.one days after the appearance of vertisement, the poulldkepper must sell h soe da dys fixed by the Act are the.first d third Wednesdays of every mouth, and osequently a beast, under some circum nes,' may he in charge of the poun...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. On Saturday last, a public meeting was held at the Royal Exchange Hotel, for the prspose of devising means for the coutinn. once of the protection of the Pleuro pneumonia Society. A largo number of stock-owners and others attended. The meot. iug had been adled pursnaut to reqiuisition to the Police Mhgistrate (Capt. Carey), who was unanimously requested to take the chair. Tu e CuA.InmAN, having opened the meeting, and declared its objects, said he hoped the meeting would adopt such resolutions as would prove effectual in preventing the intro. duction of the disease into Gippeland. i. T. FInEonnAc, Esq., of Heytield, moved the first resolution :--" That O ippland having been proclaimed a clean district under the provisions of the Plouro.pneumonia Amendment Act, it is of the utmost conse. quenco to the prosperity of the district that every legitimate means he adopted to prevent tile introdluction of the disease. This proposition was seconded by J. JottsoN, Esq., H.IL...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hild o'lrselvs responsible for th opuinion of our correspoudelntl. TO TiHE EDIOKI OF THU GOII'PI.AND TIMEH. iSl,-For tile lirt li1u in my lift ippear bel're tle public as n acrille, wiu( 1 should Ilot do so now lbut 1 was at Irulteod ly the rletter hichll appered in lyoturl Illpe r of tlih 1 llh innt., reltilive io tile ucoilctioills o(i Sulld.1.s inll Ie Chiit1Ch 4f' Eunglin. I h1ave no1w Iaild %Llit i( to uo ua hautiuomea sau duriu6' the periuld o i~~~ '

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SALE POLICE COURT. Thursday, the 29th January. Before W. Montgomery, Esq., J.P., and the Police Magistrate. WEDGE v. M'PHAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

SALE POLICE COURT. Thursday, the 20th danuary. Before W. Montgrmery, Esq., J.P., and the Police Magistrate. WEDGE V. M'PIHAIL. This was a complaint lodged by Richard Wedge, Esq., inspector of soeb in sheep, against Mr. John McPhail, of Merrieman's Creek. That lie, John Mcl'hnil, permitted a flock of sheep, his property, to remain diseased with the scab, without having a licence, eccorling to the act." Mr. Win. Patten apeared for the defence. Mr. Wedge, on being sworn, said he in spected Mr. MoPhail's sheep on the 7th of January. and found either two or three diseas.d with scab. Re-examined by Mr. Patten, I have had 30 years experience in sheep. Scab is an irrita tion of the skin. I eaulght two or three sheep. I believe the sheep had the scab. Sheep may get a' rash from change of grass. The shoeep were black. Would not have got black from lying on burned ground, but might do so by rubbing against burnt stumps of trees. Mr. McPhail deposed that he was the owner of the sheep in questio...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS IN FEE SIMPLE AT SALE, On 10th February, 1863. SUBURBAN LOTS. COUNTY UNNAMED. PARISH OF STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

SALE .OF. CROWŽN LANDS IN t FEE SIMPLE AT SALE, On 11ith February, 18,13. SUBURBAN LOTS. COUNTY UNNAMED. PARII?IH OF STRAT FORID. Situated within a mile of the toinship of Stratford.--Upset prie £2 -10s.. per I acre. Lot 1. Allot. G, 5. .. Lot 2.AAlloi. 21 186 3r ? " Lot 8. Alloti'49, S. ' COUNTRY .LOTS.:. COUNTY. UNNAMOED,, PARI, sOF: ".. IlIUNDALAOUAH. Situated from three ail is hailf to filiir and a half miles south-west of the toini shllip of Strtfiord, and about two miles east of the River Tlhoason.-Upset price £1 per acre. Lot 4. Allot. 1, see. 201, 118a 2r; Lt 6. Allot. 2, sec. 20 1, 118a 2r COUNTY UNNAMED, PARISU oF WoUN. DELLAH. Situanted from four to nine miles wept of Sale, and from one to five milesweret of .lr. Jones' pre-emptive section of Fulham.-Upset price £1 per acre. Lot 6. Allot. St. 51a Ir 19p Lot 7. Allot. 33, 80a Lot 8. Allot. -34, 78a Loit 9. Allot. 35, 141a Sr 89p Lot 10. Allot. 36, 141a Ir 38p Lot 1l. Allot 37, 117a Or 12p Lot 12. Allot. 38, 1 17, Or 14p Lo...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

COMIIEtRCIAL. .MELBOURNE EMARKETS. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co's Report.-Fat Cattle-This week 1197 head came forward. Those penned for Monday's sale were chiefly second qualities, and that day's sales passed off heavily, prices ruling fully lower than last week's. On Tuesday better qualities were offered, and although there was only a very moderate attendaoe, the prices obtained were more satisfactory. We quote superior pens bullocks, at from £5 15s to £7 7s Gd; ditto cows, from, £5 5s to £6 5; good bullocks, from £4 los to £5 10s; ditto cows, from £4 to £5; second quality bullocks, from £3 to £1; ditto cows, from £2 1Us to £3 10s ; inferior cows and btllocks, from £1 10s up. ward. Fat Calves-A moderate supply, viz., I 115 head, camtte forward. This number was about equal to requirements, and we have no alteration in prices to report. We quote prime quality at from 35a to 40s; middling do, from 20s to 30s. We have sold forty head at from 21s to 31s. W. E. and A. S. King's Report. Fat C...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.—Jan. 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

SIIIPPING'INTELLIGENCE. PORT ALBERT. ARRIVED.-Jn. 22nd. Keera, s.e., 114 tboi?'S. Patrick, from 3[el bourne. Turnbull, Ho:den, & Co., agents. 24th General Jessup. 194 tons, C. Hodge, from Hobao t Town, in ballast. Eclipse, 180 tons, J. Calder, from Hobart Town. Passengers, cabin : ?nr. and Mrs. James, and three children. Johnson & Hood, agents. Glencoe, 159 tons, W.Johnson, from Hobart Town. Turnbell, Howden & Co., agents. 25th. William Miskin, s.s., 71 tons, F. J. Wilson, from .iilbouruo. Turnbull, IHowdae & Co., agents Lo ubard, 250 tons, N. Harding, from Dmedin, in ballast. Johnson & Hood, agets h. 2Tth. Rebecca, 261 tons, It. Adams, from Mlel bourne. - Johnsbn & Hood, agents. tOPOars-Jan. 22. Keera from Melbourne, I hhd and 3 eaors bran:dy, 140 bags. algar, 6 ease gin. 2 cases wine. 5 pkga t.atwco, 26 pkge tea, 21 pkgs beer, 5 ba,. rio?ios 5 cses claret, 3 qr coaks cordials, ant sundry.freo goods. 24th. Eclipse, from Hob.,rt Town, ...

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BALD HILL. Bald Hill, 28th January, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

BALD HILL. (FaOM OUU OWN CORRESPONDENT.) S Bdd Hill, 28th January, 1863. Some of the Government dep.lrtments are certainly playing a curious game with Gipps land. We have aothing but divisions and sub-divisions, until at last we are so chopped and hashed that we are as much line the original as a mincomucat ball is like the beast front which its material was excised. Indeed, so little do the Government scoum to care about the interests of this portion of the district that they send us all to "Jericho" for auythiog we may want. If we require a publican's licence we are told to go to "Jericho," or a miner's right, go to "Jericho," or a busines tcenco, again to " Jericho" we must go. Now the old acceptation of bo:ng sent to 'Jericho was supposcd to mean being sent to a place not fit to namo beforea are Ipolice, or at least some indefinite place which nobody knew ; however, with us it leans a real true place, as yet without a resident magistrate or a gold field warden.. Yet to Jericho w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

BAIENSDALs T rL CTtB RACFS. T a1.?. Sn.a-.: -- a fo. t--? E. ir - - ; e h^: -'r? , "r. ra i-na s---"1 --: r ft-s Lk.-r t--- _--D D 3 . o.s:= ; 4y_ :- f-b ; 5 ?.-, 11, b b; ST- z: 4 zT- e I 5' . rn eL; cH-?j over es: - p t. - ; 5cr' e gEts,, Co-i orr' .-o Sur-, -f-f 0 e.. for -1 1'o .. o :Tr-. 1 .? " t: cons -d. p.fpe r oef I anlecr-ter cf a: least t?o r-:o Sc' th "e -tI tnd. ith the x ephcns of the Scrry, for whsh far tsscr-p tion of one g ;inet mi qu.' .y. No horse 1 be 7 c c.-e a wIiner unnaes pHited by a ?sb-C-iber rto he r' r fund of at least t.?o guineas. Faf-ing three er-nces fcc eb rice, the party or araire e:te.ng wii re requhsd to make up the dedriercy. A per 1e: ge Twit be dedooted a ronm esr prize on mae a deS:etoe: f i.e 'lbl:pt'tiof s-hould orbs'. Entr ane money to be I0 per Cent. ci the tamount of e Sc u prriman:^e. The geuera! e.rte wilt take pace at the Cormm er l Hotel .Baider?le, on "he 17th Alt en besa to be scird ad addere:sed to the SStewar. inclosg entra Ice m ...

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SENSATION STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

SENSATION STORY. TheL TL.-*. rr: - ! - respon sib!e fr the lowi: v=oa . t 'r.i-n :-.v. which, if no: trer. et leas; d.esl credit to the inve-ti.n of the wri:rr "--" The suden death of me ofr the leasidi st?a? ,f the fshionsal- wo.r:d of Paris is annorncnd, ai:d rcmor =*atst in rather Ssiclar msrer. At the Esux of Ens the C.rcntees d-- ad formed a liaison with a vronn Ru?s.an. wh:-ic casalt her to protrart her stay there !o.,e.er than n_-al. till, in short, a pres. s.Z lettrer from her hnuhand induced her to return to Par-. Along with her Kus-ian lover she returned the amne evening before the husband, who was also ab-esit from Paris. had announced his arrival, Fs that not only were sp pearances saved. hbut a landahle alacrity exhiited. By her eompanion's advice the lady alighted at her own hotel in the Roe d- Grenelle, thus proving, by the acle de presence, that she had obeyed the irjnnctiore of the count, her husband; but, as it had been agreed urnn before hand, the lovers werereaol...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

TOTI BEDIToR oP THE IPPSLAND TIMES. SIR,-Isi yotur issue of the, 28rd inst.' I obherved a letter signed"." A Sub scriber," and, as I am a' subscriber to thi samne object, I must corfliuss I was extremely surprised that the cash so cnl iected ewas not handed over to Mr. Legge; insteadll of the English Church. 'I'rensurer. What right or business tIh y had wiith it is beyond tmy cumpreihen sion,. and it was very petty of thletn orT him (the ctmmittee or treasurrer) to take tlie presentttiu out if the ladies hands. - I any presentation advisedly, for I am : certain every one who contribu:ted iniiiined that the money would be paid iver fiirthivith. Jteadl of which they, iii .their'hlibherality, magnimnaously vote him £9f5 per annum, beginning about iht 'Nov ?lastR,'iid Icompletely ignoring hits service previously~! l Jlr. Legge miay"well exclaim " save me frot my. frieiidii," if1he has ever reckoned them as neli?;f' Burt his :real friends h'ill niot stiitiil ly antd see imoney miapprolri...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

L: f3.-.'. __: S ,ý,e.. i.3 _ Sr '~-- T - .;- Sw-: Br" ? :-ed to . o - .I -. F:rLo lay t he fsa-: ~ f thi epsrera, 1h Gaiba.TL. -? ~ M e j at in tde The A:, -r ? - ?s:.e Aert-at?-j , irave pr-2:=ad z -.a ia?.r a a e 3r s ?0. Oiper ,f le ?e h sase-T The ~et Ze, er es tre iso a, Lwarb i the h a . et th;, tie.Leditha I HAe, Iewnse, '=s heel & o=}'e 1r I.re ? cr:ea . o _ ol' he ainFist irnks I hare ake to e- . I ier ta ie, e i the srtr of t:ieer. Th mo x"a liDsaa x at rsae d a~ir wit a red wt h so To= S ven =rave.ess tlE ;is te.) parc rt-e s A s $='a t5s pw p e 'd, z o~' rep *.d ..e - :-.r oref the bro~i r of -:_ T r';,,?n o:h E z T A- "rr" ,- died 3l-. b. l Sd.f °=- hme s- aid -s id- pe ntl. =tEd .r-45'M5 be SSG te A 'e-tr {> pt r.a i sph- s i ws , n ari= ger d rf t:,f moy Cy ' eit ti +et ar ofhe a s ei i .-mrth ett , af n -e ts. .- the! rl.-a id a y hme seb e.r Dr. Pe Lat-e)si' :oth- bd with e i' ldrt . hed .nc e I r. ar es-ee obe ersn uaeL" i.de A Boree reLs 2. ut. r. M an...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

rO Tet EDITOR F01 Ta5 OrPPeaLiho. TOL5. SIR,--I was more thanl usn11lly Bi prised on reading a letter fronm a aub scriber in your last week's paper rae pecting the lalies' testimonial toi our much respected Mr. Leuge. I am eiven tit understatli they collected over £30, as a slight recgnlitioi of the above gen tletntat's prfesiasi,tl abilities. counpled with past services as rsnnlist of St. Paul'a Church, Sale. But, Sir, the cream of the joke has to come (ni j ke to the over c, nfidini recepient). A epecial meeting of the Church Cotumittee took phlce on last Tuesday, when it was re solved that Mr. Legge be paid one quarter's salary, ending hIslt Decmber, at the rate of tiensty-five pothde sterling per annum. Mir. Le.ge is. therefore, ex pected to, accept six pounds five shillings out of nsome thirty poulns tdd, collectel lor a specific purpose. and the balunce, I presume, will go to aid the repairntg of the pIrsonage. Sir, the course the crnm miitee have thouglht proper to puratle wi...

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CROOKED RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

CROOKED RIVER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPOSDENT.) It is now some weeks, or, I should rather say, months, since you have had a line from these once populous gold-fields, where at least a thousand miners had their pockets well lined with gold, and where a rich field was turned and tossed by inexperienced men, until they could no longer find gold in payable quantities without entering on their labors in a more business.like way than they hbd previously done. I am not going to say that there were no experienced miners on this river, far from it, we had good men of the right stamp, but they were so out-numbered by rowdies, idlers, and know nothings,l that they were glad to escape from the tumult. Crooked River, Sir, is one of the many diggings which has failed, because Government was too slow in its movements to follow population. It is true that   police protection and postal communication was at last granted to us, but that was shutting the stable door after the horse was stole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

I HE fine screw Steamship KEERA T will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Jilorecs will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. Freight-' old, 2d. per ounce. Par cels over 200 ounces, lItd. -Uold; for enipiinen; uti~s'4l-.-, uteL'eu at the Customs before 10; o'clock a.nm on the day of sailing. Return Tickets ............£5 Available tbr 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TUIiNBUCLL, HOWJDEN, & CO., l ..Tf.tr!eet, Port alhert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not removed from the wharl before 4 o'ciock p.m., will .be stored at consignees' risk anllt expenseo. a c Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FARES. Part Alhert to le ... £1 0 0 Port Albert to Bald Hill... 1 10 0 Sale to liahl lill ... 0... 10 0 DUNCAN CLARK BI.GS to inform the public that his ' ive-lorse Coach will leave the RO()YAI. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Snle, every W:DNEsDAY at 6 anm., carrying pnsengerai to meet the Steamer, re turning inmedliately after her arriva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

JOR1D.&N DIGGINGS. J SEWELL, Auctioneer, has con- r I. tantly on Sale, by Piivate Cou- - tract, PACK. and SADDLE HORSES, cheap. r Apply at the Oficc, Foster Street, c Sale. 20je c t Pack and Saddle Horses. a M R. SEWELL holds a SALE, by Auction, every SATURDAY, of Pack and Saddle Hloraes, at Sale, at Twelve o'clock. as c Postponeinent of Sale.:. TUESDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY. T(Ownship of Sale. To the Tnha',itants of Sale, Alberton, Woo iside, and the Gippsland . District generally. 1 R. FEWELL will sell, by public 1 auction, on Tuesday, the 3rd Februnry, 18613, on the ground, town ship of Sale, at Two o'clock p.m., pre ci}ely, The underinentioned series of Choice Central Town Selections, sue divided as per plan, viz : Allotments :. 4, 5, 6, 18, 19, and parts of 12 and 13 Section 1. Allotments 3. 4,, 5, . 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. 18,'and 15 of Section 2, Allotment 6 of Section 4. Recollect! The choicest portion of the Toilnshlip and TUeSDAY, 3rd February, 1863. Title perfect. c Terms libera...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES Sir, - In your issue of the 16th inst. a letter appears containing certain grave and erroneous charges against myself and wife, relative to our treatment of passen gers per Clark's ccach, who called at our house on the 12th inst., on their way.up to Sale. - In reply, I bef to inform those Who do not know me and Mrs. McPhail, - that the charges made in the letter are grossly. exaggerated and untrue. To.. these who have known myself and wife for so many years, I do not deem it nec-. cesary to answer in reply to the accusation I remain Sir,   Yours truly     J. McPHAIL . .   Merriman's Creek Hotel   January 1863      

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BALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 30 January 1863

BALD HILL. (From ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) It was my intention last week to have sent you a full account of the rush to Stringer's Creek, which I visited accompanied by several residents of the Bald Hills, but, since then, there has been so many conflicting accounts that for the present the less said about it the better. Some of the very first who went to this rush returned because provisions could not be had nearer than Toongabbi. Another track has, however, been cut from the Bald Hill by James Bruce and James Maguire, which is much shorter and said to be a first rate track. Bruce informs me that he came across several good-looking creeks, one of which he knows to be auriferous. Reliance can be placed upon his word, as he is an old sluicer, and well able to give an opinion of the description of country he passed through   before making the Bald Hill track. Mrs. Buntine was the first person who took in provisions to the half-starved miners, and great   credit...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO TIS EDITOR OF T IIa IPPSLA D IugeS. Srn,-I am informed that a member of the committee of the Mechaitics' Institute, named Dunn, asserted at last Tuesday evening's meeting of the Institute Committee that I had injured a volumc--Fielding's works--belonging to the Institute. It so happens that this committee is a peculiarly constituted body, perfectly autocratic during its term of office, and perfectly irresponsible generally. I am, therefore, forced to ask you to convey my denial of the aspersion, which MIr. Dunn, whoever he may be, has thought proper to cast on me, and to say that if the deliberations of this committee were made public, or the public made admis lible to the scene of their deliberations, the affairs of the Institute would be con. ducted, not only with more propriety and economy, but also with less scandal and untruth. Ifany reference is necessary as to the matters to which ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 February 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. In answer to Mr. Macgregor, M1r. Ireland stated that no further prosecuo tions would be proceeded with under the Land Bill until the points of laIw reserved on the recent trials were de. cided by the Judges. A person being seated at a table between two tradesmen, and thinking to be witty upon them, said," How prettily I am fixed between two tailors I" , Yes," replied one of them; and being only two beginners in business, we can not afford to keep more than one goose between us !" The Victorian Elevan took their del parture for Sydiney on Saturday morning by the steamer Uiara. Their adventures commenced even before leaving, as a car conveying several of them to- -thea - railway station, broke down, and one or two were rudily thrown out of the vehicle. Fortunately the injury done was confirmed to cuts and bruises, of which Marshall came in for the lion's share. Tihe team, as a whole, possesses the confidence of the cricketing com mnnity, That the contest will result in ...

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