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SOME OF THE SALES SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SOME OF THE SALKS \ » SHEEP. Both tho nheep and cattle markets showed considerable fluctuation at Umes ; to-day, and the following Bales here and there, which wore noted at . | the time, Illustrates how Homebush keeps up Its reputation. 5 Pen wethers, extra prime and heavy, average weight about 62 lbs., early : shorn, extra good skin (say 21/C); price 43/-. : Pen wethers, plain quality, sound, but only forward store condition; skin to « 8/6; price 27/10. » Pen ewes, Irregular and broken-mouthed, most only gummles; skin rough, | some rosellas; price 20/-. | Pen ewes, prime and heavy, nood skin, but showing burr (16/-), about ? 53 Ib3. ; price 36/10. j Pen ewes, useful trade sorts, some plain, about 42 lbs., mutton; skin 9/6; | price 27/4. » Pen wethers, big frames and fat, but Irregular In size, fair skin (16/-); , - about 53 lbs.; prise 41/4. | Pen xbred and cbk wethers, (mixed crosses) ,good trade sorts, about 46 lbs., : skin bit burry (about 10/6); price 30/8. -v 3 Pen crossbred l...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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PRINCIPAL AVERAGES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

PRINCIPAL AVERAGES ? ^ H. E. Hardman, 18 blks,.. 15 7 3 Exors. C. C. Dangar, '9 b. 15 1 0 Murray Bros, 5 bullocks . . 14 17 9 G. H. Burcher, 8 blks. . . 12 5 3 Urisino Stn., 62 bullocks ..10 6 6 Western Agents, 9 bullocks 13 16 0 W. Simpson, 10 bullocks . . 9 14 1 J. Rico, 48 blks. .. 9 11 30 W. R. Munro, 12 bullocks . . 8 17 -6 1). C. Peebles, 20 bullocks 8 14 8 H. II. Munro, 50 bullocks . . 8 4 0 L. L. Witton, 7 blks. . . 7 19 0 W. R. Munro, 27 bullocks . . 7 15 1 S. H. lto8eby, 18 bullocks ..740 C. W. Newman, 21 blks & Btrs 10 9 0 E. L. Spencer, 8 blks & strs 9 *14 9 F. Murphy, 9 blks and strs 8 13 4 F. \V. l). Thompson, 9 b. & a. 7 7 8 Urisino Stn., 59 cows . . 9 0 3 Sir Samuel Hordern, 9 oows 7 16 '/ H. R. Munro, 19 cows . . 7 11 4 Widdis Bros, 12 cows .. 7 8 0 T. Nash, 11 cows . . 7 7. 9 J. H. Fagan, 20 cows ..760 R. Smith, 22 cows . . 7 5 10 II hap TO nn..,r. 7 .1 II G. R. Lumby, 10 cows -. . 7 4 0 D. MacDonald, 6 cows . . 7 2 0 lv. Chew, 20 oows . . 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

LEADING S.A. STUBS ' NORTH BUNQAREB ME^BNOS Northern portion of the original 'Bunsareo' ma, aSd geneml Flock Me?inw; to 1906 ^ Wlth hiS 0ha?e °f tUo Bunsarea CUia BUNGAREE' MERINOS retain all tho characteristic;] of'tha original Bungaree Flock (founded by tho late Hon. G. C. Hawker, in 1841)- vis.: ' ' S'ze. Constitution, Length of Staple and Weight of Fleece.- Under appra.l0a'm&nt, North Bungaree wool realised up to 26^4d. ond at Dccpmb^p' nntftw in AdAhiMA v 1922, topped the market with 8 bales aaa ewes 29d, 18 bales aa ewen 28*40. THE MANAGER, NORTH BUNGAREE ^^CKA*6' SOUTH AUSTRALIA Telegrams: North Bungaree, Clare, S.a'EE' YACKA' ^ephonef Xof S.A. THE AN AM A STUB. ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANAMA Is the central portion of the original Bungaree Run. and was taken 'over at thl'dWon Ko6.r' ** Ws Bhare °f the Stud and F?0ck Merinoa The Anama Merino Flock is noted for producing sheep of great constitution and robust typ^o. plaln-bodled' wlth very valuable fleeces of long combing woo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

STOCK MARKET ' APRIL 3, . '1924. ' jj An Invaluable Reference for Stockowners, |

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BEISBANE STOCK MARKET. (From our Special Correspondent.) Brisbane Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

? BRISBANE STOOK MARKET. (From our Bpeoial Correspondent.) Brisbano, Thursday. 6590 sheep wero yarded at KnoEUera on Wednesday, tho quality of the ollering being better generally, ljut prices were lower, be ing 2a to 3s tolow la/Jt weok'u rates. Beat wiutton sold to 6d and 6V.id per lb. Over 2000 oattle wero yarded, but wore mostly old cows. A few prime bullocka' were included. Good bullock beef mado from 22s to 24s per lOOlbe. Tho market tfeaerally was dull

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Live Stock Market HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Live Stock Market ? ? T«. HOMEBUSH YARDINCS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). Year, 1923 ? 3,013.878 Year. 1922 ' ? 3,60^.184 March ? 178,340 February ? 162,442 January, 1924 ? ? ? 220,477 Aucust, 1923 ? 105,340 September ? 179,053 October ? 288,830 November ? 233,898 December ? 239,735 LaBt Monday ? ...» 15,569 Last Thursday ? 32,545 To--lay (drawn for) ? 25,466 OATTLE. Year, 1923 ? 329,841 Year, 19^2 ? 303,3^9 March ? 28,447 February ? U.. 24,342 January, 1924 ? 30,510 August, 1923 ? 27,002 September ? ? ? 21,737 October ? 23,816 November ? 28,694 Docembcr ? ? 22,663 Last Monday - ? 2,197 Last Thursday ? 3,639 To-day (drawn for) ? 3,321

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

— SYDNEY — AGENTS THAT SELL STOCK AT HOMEBUSH J. E .BEAIE & CO. 28 O'Connoll Street, Sydney. CEAISIE & MHBfflME, LTD. 16 O'CoaneH Street, Sydnoy. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED Bffsdgo Street, Syd&oy. WE INGLES & SON LIMITED 28 O'Connoll Street, Sydney. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LIMITED Bridge Street, Sydney. WILKINSON AND LAVENDER LIMITED 1 Spring Street, Sydney. JOSEPH LEEDS & CO. 5 Spring Street, Sydney. BADGERY BROS., LTD. 10 Castlercagh St., Sydney. A. MFILREE & CO. 7 Bligh Street, Sydney. r - .{ y AGENTS THAT! SELL STOCS &| ' PROPERTY'1 IN) THE COUMTRYj ? MUDGEE. A. F. Eunri & Co. Crsssno & Cox. FfiaScjia & sasrstt. NARRANDERA. Ltoyd Brothers. Geo. F. (kiSEasf and Go. NYNGAN. A. LyjKi cad Co. Smith and Mo!ri03. ORANGE. J. s. Loads & Co. ? ? ? ? III I 1 — in ? ? !-»?? I aa ' OBERON. D. T. EJof/leoEdn. PARKES. ' Walter J. Kcl3y & Co. PEAK HILL. Smith a Draper. . PILLI...

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PIGS AND CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

PICS AND CALVES. About 2200 pigs were forward at tho Abattoir Saleyards on Tuesday. These con sisted chiefly of porkers, but included a fair showing of heavy pigs, the general quality of whi^h was only medium. Other wise the ofl'enr.g was fair. There was a ?good attendance of buyers. Competition was on the dull side in Hie forenoon, and tho market generally was cheaper for prac tically all descriptions. It hardened in the afternoon, aud closed strong for pork ers, but generally laBt day's rates wero not quite sustained. Prime baekfatters mado to £10 (odd to XII ICh), good to £7 10a; prime baconers to £5 7a 6d (odd higher), good to £5; prime lieavy porkers to £3 12s 6-1 (odd higher), good to £3 5s; prime light to 37,i 6d. Oalves were in fairly heavy supply on Wednesday. Tho pennings totalled about 950. Weighty calves and hobbies were about equal in number, and the general quality was fairly good. There was a largor attendance of buy em than usual, and tho supply proved within require...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Answers to Correspondents. KOALA. — I haven't read any of Gene Stratt on Porter's hooks, but I know they are popular with girls. I have read some of Zstne Grey's, and I know that they are easy reading. Cowboy yarns have a wide vogue. It is queer that those Leaguers vou wrote to did not answer your letters. Perhaps they uever got them. Possibly they will see your letter in the League, and then you might hear from tliem. Leaguers are good correspondents. MULLANGEE. — It is cheerio to hear that you and your sister race to see who will get the Journal first. I like to feel that the Journal comes to the home as a friend. Leaguers, as you say, write splendid letters, audi the letters are very widely read. Mary Grant Bruce is popular with girl readers, just as is Ethel Tur ner. Girls will read boys' books, but, as a rule, ? boys will not read girls' books. When you talk of the horse being broken In, I am reminded of many horses I liaye seen broken in in the bush. It was good fun to watch t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

I AX 3L&STS' ''. ? ' f 0 ' ' ' JSrwa '??????? '' -???'? ? |S a - TTEa-B Some | P ???.?? . v. '?' ' ; .'?? ? '' ? , ? ' : : 'j H . . , Concrete boa at last provided a new and pleasing form of home gg |g for city and couaby use. 'The gf !?; ' , DAiFHEY : ' ? . j | COHClEtfi S¥Sf£M' 1 1 . ? . 1 g Is a new application of Concrete to building purposes, using Concrete , g §§ on the same principles as timber is used in weatherboard construction. J § Pleasing, dignified homes can be erected at prices vastly below 1 g any other system. In fact, some cottages are being built on the Damp- E g ney System as cheap as timber construction, with the advantage of be- jg H ing white ant proof. Ask your Builder to tender on ? this Bystem.. m ' |§ Meanwhile write for free explanatory booklet, 'Practical Homes, B.' 1 J ' Organising agents for N.S.W. — . 1 j' JOHN BANKS & SOJLPTY. LTD. ! g 324-330 Pitt Street, Sydney. | ^liiii^illlcai'.irnilliriJIIIinail-iraHJlO^liCTiWETIffiiPTlnriifflPTi...

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SHEEP AT SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SHEEP AT SHOWS Mr. A. H. Wright, Tombong, Dele gate, writes: — _ As I have ' recently had a little leisure time, 1 havo spent some of it visiting our different country shows. As I have recently had a little leisure been a Sheep Show man, naturally one of the chief attractions for me was the sheep section. In this there was al ways (a little) deception by tlie get-up of exhibits, but now it goes so far that 1 can do nothing else, but call it down right fraud, and some a? tho exhibits are nothing more than living lies. It this kind of thing is not put a stop to in a short time, we will have few honest men as exhibitors. This applies to nearly all the shows f have visited this year. At one Show I afterwards interviewed the judge to know why, instead of awarding first and champion prizes to certain exhi bits, his reply way that, although ho had doubts m his mind about the legi timate growtli and time of shearing he liad to abide by tho rules and judge them as they appeared liefore him, ...

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NEW LEAGUERS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

NEW LEAGUERS. Dear 'Planets.' — I have been an in terested reader of the League letters for some time now, and at last I have decided to join the happy band of Leaguers. I noticed a lot of new Leaguers are joining lately, and the League Page is growing larger (and larger every issue. I think it is a beautiful League, so interesting, especially to we country folk living away out from the towns. I would like 'Honeysuckle' for my pen-name, if it is not already taken. If so, any old name will do me, so long as it has noining to do with snakes or spiders. They are horrid creatures, don't you think? I would love to have stacks of Aus tralian pals about my own age (17) to write to. My sister, 'Fire-Fly' has already joined the League, and is quite interested in it. Some thrilling letters have been printed on the League Page, and every one of them is interesting, I think. My word 'Southern Star' writes lovely, boyish letters. I love reading them, but I would love better to meet the girl hers...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

The following prices am 10 f- ton traduction on quoted by us last week . ? FENCING WIRE. , Per Ton. No. 8 Black, J. cwt. colls £16 15 o No. 10 Black ? 17 15 o No. 8 Galvd ? 18 2 6 ! No. 10 Galvd. . . ? ? 20 2 G 1 2%g High Tensllo .«. .. 23 0 0 I „ BARB. 12s. 'Iowa' Pattern,. absolutely . new -7. .. . £26 10. 0 - 14B. Barb 'Iowa' . . .. , 27 6 0. 'Waultegan Pattern' long distance Barb Wire (similar to Scrutch), 12%et. (ap pro*.) 610 yds. to coll ;29 , 5 0 [ There is also a discount of 7J per cent off 'KING-LOC ' Iron Drop- | j pers for less than 1,000, and for quantities over 1,000 a sjpikial rebate of I 12$ per cent off list price. r / 1 These. are practically the only Iron Droppers now being used onrtfae' I market. - | CHEAP IRON GATES. — There is a rebate of 12} per cent off § 'KING-LOC' Iron Gates for quantities of six, and for less than six | gates the rebate is 7J per cent. This makes these gates very cheap in- I deed. „ , ^.i miflll | F. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41 Hunter St...

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FIREWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

FIREWOOD. Best box, 30/-; good 28/-; best stringy bark, 30/3; good 28/.; mixed wood, 20/- to 25/-; ironbark, 20/- to 24/-; best bakers' wood 26/-^ good, 25/- per ton. j Beat xbred wethers mado to 39a 2d, me ftt t *roni ewea to 363i medium from 23s; beat merino wctliora to ? 39s 7d, medium from 21s ; best lambs to 27s, small from 17s. Wo sold/ Accoont CullingTal I&tate, Hfcr 61 xbred wrs 39s 2d, 57 'merino wra., 39s 7d. 177 xbred ewea to 33s lOd avg 32s lOd; J. Giliospio, Breeza, 167 wrs. to 36s 7d, 22 J- Cahill, Dari, 31 ewes 34s . ™ X^?ba 258 ^ J- Hallinan, Duri, 147 wrs ayS 21a 8d; J. Oonnolly, Gunne dah, 186 owes 26s 7d , avg 25s 3d; J. Dean, Curlowis, 190 wrs to B3s 7d avg 28s 10d.— *

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Fat Lamb Raising WITH WHEAT GROWING Results and Prospects in Wheat Belt [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Fat Lamb Raising WITH WHEAT GROWING Results and Prospects in Wheat Belt The following paper, by Mr. J. Clatworthy, of Beechmore, Parkes, was read this week at the Agricultural Bureau Confer ence, Parkes. Mr. Clatworthy is a well-known landholder, and he speaks from experience. It is a subject that is likely to be widely discussed during the next few years. The present is so opportune a time to advocate the extension of the fat lamb raising Industry in New South Wales, that I am pleased to give tfae results of my experience of twelve years, and which, 1 hope,' may prove of interest to this conference. Cultivating in some years up to 1000 acres of wheat, the tendency has been gradually less wheat, more lambs, until this year acreage is being sown solely for the sheep. IN THE WHEAT BELT. I would like it to be clearly under stood that this paper deals solely with fat ' lamb raising in the wheat belt, in . no way detracting from the great merino, useful dual-purpose, or long wool sheep o...

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SYDNEY BOOK CLUB CATALOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

i SYDNEY BOOK CLUB CATALOGUE. Th© new Catalogue af the Sydney Book CHub (Angus and Robertson, Ltd.) is now available. You can get aj copy on application. It gives you a| comprehensive list of books, and toj country subscribers is invaluable for reference. Often, perhaps, you arenoti sure just what books you want; but. when you have this catalogue by you,' the rest is easy. It is pointed out that all new novels' are available at the Sydney Boole Club,' but those of a trashy or disappointing nature are excluded, from the cata logue. , Subscribers will understand therefore, that tho catalogue does not contain a complete list of the fiction in the club. Looking through tlie catalogue one feels that there are thousands of books in the Club that one would like to read. No matter how much you read, the sup ply of good stuff will never give out ! One should belong to a good library, and if there is a family such library as the Sydney Book Club is simply in dispensable.

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March Rain RIVRINA BENEFITS. Falls Not Up to Average [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Maspclh IRsiiim RIVERINA BENEFITS - ' ? 0 ? r - Falh. Not Up to Average March rain waa not up to average, with the exception of parts, of thQ Eive rina, Tvhero it was oxece'dod 'in E/ome cases. Elsewhere only isolated 'places received average falls. Tho, heaviest falls were: — Western: Mount Hope, 102; N. W. Plains: Garah, 125; 0. W. Plains: Yalgogrin 39; Biverina: Toctuawal, 445; N. W. Slopes: Tamworth, 133; , 0. W. Slopes : Dunedoo: 85; 8. W. Slopes : Albury, 280 ; N. Tablelands : Tabu lam, 453 ? C. Tablelands : Lawson, 682; S. Tablelands: Araluon, 354; North Coast: Nambucca, 697; Hastings, Hunter and Man ning: Lourioton, 636; Metropolitan: * Syd ney, , 422; and South Coast: Wollongong: 677 points. , % Howoror, fairly general rain was record ed ovor tho State, and although falls were not as heavy as. they might have been, it is hoped that April will be a good month. The following tables show the falls for March, 1924, and the average fall in March since records have been kept. WES...

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VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

VEGETABLE MARKET. BEANS: /6 to AJ-: peas, Wonders, 1/- to 5/-; Yorks, 1/. to 3/6 per bushel caee. CABBAGES: 2/. 'to 4/-; lettuce, /6 per dozen TOMATOES: 1/- to 4/-; extra choice 5/ per hnlf-casc. ONIONS: 12/.; swedes, 8/-; sweet pota toes 6/- to 10/- per cwt. CARROTS: 2/6; parsnips, 3/-; beetroot. 5/-; wliito turnips. 3/6: eschalota, 3/6, radish 1J-; rhubarb, 4/- per dozen bunches; chjL 1 IPs. II- i-or lb. PUMPKINS: 6/- to 8/-; vegetable mar rows. /6d to 1/6; watermelons 2/- to 6/-: pc.r do7.cn. POTATOES: Tasmanian. Brownells, 12/6; Bismarcks 10/6; Pinkeyes, 8/6; Melbourne and local varieties, 8/6 to 12/6 por cwt.

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BATHURST-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

BATHURST-STREET. APPLES: Local, deBsert, ex choice, 12/ choice 9/- to 11/-, medium C /- to 8/- small 3/- to 4 /-, cooking, choice 10/-; medium 6/ to 8/- per bushel case; Tasmanian, W.P.M., 7/- to 11/-; Alex., 7/- to 9/-.; Alf., 7/- to 9/-; Jonathans, 8/- to 12/-; O.OJ., 7/- to 10/-; Del., 7/- to 10/-, South Aust. Jonathans, 8/ to 12/. per bushel case. BANANAS: Choico, 22 J- to 35/-; other grades, 10/. to 20/-; email and inferior, 8/ per caso. CITRUS FRUITS ; Lemons, local, choice 9/- to 10/-, medium 6/. to 8/., small 4/- to 5/-; Italian 16/- to 18/-; Valencia oranges, local, choico 20/- to 24/-; medium 14/- to 18/-, small 7/- to 12/-; American, 27/- per bushel case. GRAPES: Black Hamburg, 6/- to 7/-; muscat, choice 10/- to 12/-; others, 5/- to 8/-; sherry, 5/- to 6/- per half-bushel case. PLUMS: Dark, choice. 6 J- to 10/-; medium to 4/., small 2/- per bushel case. 'PASSIONFRUIT: Local, choice, 18/- to 20/-: medium 71- to 9/-, small 3/- to 4/ jier half-bushel. PINKAPPLIS : Queens, 14...

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Fruit Markets MUNICIPAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Fruit Markets MUNICIPAL MARKEt. APPLES : Local, choice dessert, 10/- to 14/-, small 4/. to 9/-; cooking, to 10/- per bushel case. BANANAS: 10/- to 35/- per case. CITEUS FRUITS: American navel oranges 28J, to 32/-; local to 10/-; lemons, 5/- to 7/ per bushel case. GRAPHS: Muscate.s, choice black 10/-; Black Hainburgs,' 4 /_ to 10/-; white varie ties, 3/- to 6/- per lialf-cntje. PEACHES: From 2/- to 8/- per half case; Victorian 3/- to 3/. per case. PASSIONFKT^JT : 4 1- to 16/-. extra ohoice 20/. per half-bu«hel caoe. PEARS: Local 5/- to 12/-, green 2/- to 5/-; ' Victorian, 4/- to 10/-, cookiug 3/. to 6/ pcr case. PINEAPPLES : Queens. 5/- to 15/-; Rip leys, 6/- to 12/- per case. PLUMS: Victorian, 7/- to 10/- per case; local, choice dark, 3/- to 7/-, light 4/-. small and jam lots 2 1- to 2/6 per half caso. QUINCES: 3/- to 6/- per case ROCKMKLONS ? 4/- to 5/- per dozen. SWEET COBN / 1/6 per half-case. TOMATOES: 2/- to 4/-, extra choico, 6/ per half-oase. PERSIMMONS, to 4/- per case.

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