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Strange Accident at a Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

Strange Accident at a Funeral. A curious accident occurred at Philadelphia on Sun day. At the house of a woman named Fanny Bishop a number of people had assembled to attend tSic funeral of a child. Around the corpse, which was lying in the lower or first story room, the mourning relatives and friends were gathered listening to the exhortation of a minister, when suddenly the entire floor gave away and furniture that had been standing upon it. The body of the deceased child went down along with the living, the coqjse falling among one portion of the debris and the coflin into another part. With the frightened persons shrieking for help and endeavouring to release themselves the scene was most exciting and painful. A few moments, however, brought the unfortunate mourners from their unpleasant position. About twenty persons, men. women, and children, were thrown violently together among the debris, and their escape without very serious injuries was most remarkable. Several of the women...

Publication Title: Evening News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

A STRANGE STORY. The possible existence of another survivor of the Cawnpore massacre should be a matter of far more in terest to^us, and though there may be some difficulties in the way, we think the Government of India owes something to the memory of one of its old officers, and something to his representatives, if any of them exist. And that one does exist is affirmed in manner that at pnst. lpav^R a nmbabilitv of the truth of the statement. We apprehend that the facts must be known to the Government, and it would be satisfactory to learn that something has been attempted, even if nothing has been done. The story has beeu detailed to us very circumstantially, with too much detail to leave it open to the supposition that it is all imagination. The story is in substance as follows: — ' Brigadier Sir Hugh Wheeler, who was in command at Cawnporo at the time of the mutiny, had two grown up daughters. These were both with him when he was besieged with the garrison at Cawnpore. On the ar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

SYDNEY MARKETS. ' Butchers meat— Beef, per lb l.W, mutton Hd, pork 5d, veal, 3d to 5d ; lamb, per quarter, 2s to 4s. Poultry —Fowls, per couple, 3s to 3s 6d, ducks 3s 6d to 5», wild ducks 4s, teal 2s Gd, geese 5a, turkeys 30s to 35s, pigeons la 3d to 1b 6d. Rabbits, per pair, 2b 6d to 3s; roasting pigs, ciu-h, 4s to !'-s. Dairy produce — Eggs, per dozen, Is. Vegetables— Potatoes, per cwt, 2s Gd to 3s Gd, ouions 3s to 4s ; cabbages, per dozen, Is to 2s, lettuces Is, pumpkins 3s to Gs, marrows Is to 2s, cucumbers Is to Is Gd, turnips, per dozen bunches, Is 6d to 2s Gd, carrots Is to Is Gd, parsnips Is to Is Gd, beetroot 3s to 4s, leeks 3s to 4s, rhubarb Is to 2s, celery 6s to 9s ; given peas, per bushel, 5s to Gs, French beans Is 6d to 2s, bvoail beans Is Cd to 2s. Fruit — Oranges, per ease, ]5s, lemons J2n, nj-plcn 0s to 10s, pears 35 to Gs, greengages 12s, peaches 2s Gd to 7s, nectarines 4s to 8s, pineapples per dozen, Is Gil to 6s, watermelons 12s, rock 12s, passion fruit 4id, figs...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Evening News. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

To the Editor of the Evening Kcu-i,. Sir,— It pained me to read iu'your issue of yesterday that the Hoii. Jolm Robertson felt it his duty, for private reasons, to retire from the Government. As lie sacrificed the best portion of bis life to forward the best interests of this colony, I think it would be ungrate ful if the colonists permitted him to be forgotten in the hour of adversity, and I would take the liberty of suggesting that steps be at once taken to obtain and present to one ol our ablest and most consistent public men a testimonial not unworthy of his acceptance. There are thousands in New South Wales who rovero the name of our late Premier, and if appealed to would liberally subscribe their milt, as I will, if the matter is brought into practical operation. A POOR MAN. Sydney, 14th January. Aquatics at Gkelonu.— The forthcoming Geclong Regatta, to be held in Corio Bay on the 28th instant, promises to be one of the most successful held for sonic years past. At latest advic...

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WATER POLICE COURT. Before Mr. P. L. Cloete, W.P.M., and Messrs. Chapman and Metcalfe.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

WATER POLICE COURT. tcfore Mr. P. L. Cloete, AV.P.SL, and Messrs. Chap I man and Metcalf e. ) Benjamin Gardiner, a deserter from H.M.S. idymion, was remanded to gaol until the arrival of e of H.M. ships. Aim Behan, 30, was charged with vagrancy. It jwared that prisoner has been thrice punished for luikenness within the last twelve months, and lives [a disreputable manner. When arrested she was Laving riotously in George-street. She was sent to bl for six weeks, Michael M'Donald, who had deserted from the Royal ftillery, was remanded to be dealt with by the mili ty authorities. Nuisances. — Inspector Seymour then prosecuted a jnAer of individuals for suffering their premises to Ciiiiii uncleansed from accumulrted filth, &c The |t of these Michael Gorman, as his offence was one I minor degree, was ordered to pay the costs. Amelia tnrichson, for allowing filth to remain on the foot- ! ly in Victoria-street, was fined £2, with I costs. James O'Neill was cliarged with Electing to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

FMDAY, JANITAKY 14, 1870, The intense and overpowering heat of the last two days bas been, something almost un precedented, and we learn from Melbourne and Adelaide — the latter place particularly — that the weather had there been almost unendurable. At Adelaide, on Wednesday, the thermometer stood at 164 in the sun and 112 in the shade, bat there were signs of a change. At Melbourne yesterday the burning heat was agreeably diversified by occassonal showers, and we may hope that we shall be similarly favoured here before long. If there is no diminution of temperature before to-morrow we trust that tlie crowds who are likely to assemble in the Domain to witness the balloon ascent 'ill be on their guard against sunstroke. Whether owing to the heat operating upon a rank soil, or other causes, we ^learn by telegram that a case of Asiatic cholera has occurred in South Australia. In fact it is no exaggera tion to say that such weather as we had yesterday and a part of this day is exceedin...

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Before Messrs. Hill, Oatley, Burt, Campbell, Caraher, and Hughes.) [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

Before Messrs. Hill, Oatley.Burt, Campbell, Caraher, I and Hugher.) k)n the summons list there were twenty-five cases. Of Use one was dismissed, one was postponed, two were it prosecuted, in two the defendants not appearing, brants for their arrest were ordered to issue, and in to the summonses had not been served. Margaret rest was fined 10s., and Lawrence Murphy £1, for Blanc use of obscene language. Thomas Smith and iniuel Daniels, were each fined 5s. for being drunk |d disorderly. James Maddigan, James Mears, and jiarles Brett, were each fined 2s. Cd., and Roger Money Gs., for allowing animals (cows and horses) fir property, to stray in the public streets. George bung was fined 2s. 6d., and Henry Hargraves Is., for ft having their names painted on the shaft of their tts. Themas Bryson, for riotous conduct I Parrainatta-strcet, was fined 10a. Peter Budcock waB fined 10s. for makiug use I insulting language towards Lavinia Barker, thn M'Mahon, publican, of tie Sportsman's frms, Pi...

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Telegrams, This Day. MELBOURNE. Friday, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

telegrams, This Day. JIEr-BOTTENE. ? . ... . . - Friday. 1 p.m. _ ISie itolnne Maria |ms brought^ cargo of timber. frofiiFredfirtcfatadi;.-The other arrivals are-^the' Envoy, from New Yorkj Glenshee, from Newcastle ; Southern Gross, steamer, from Hobart Town; Ceres, from Gr^ymonih ; Moa, from Auckland ; Loch Kiss, from Glasgow ; Highlander, from Cape Byron; Galatea, from Newcastle^ Agate, from Boston. J 2.30 p.ta. An investigation is. now being made into the management of the Sir Henry Smith, training ship. The English pedestrians have gone into training at Brighton. ' 'Naylor's lecture on ' Spiritism' -was well attended.' Tho Crown Lands Department is now closed to the public, the officials being engaged in preparing for the operations of the new Land Act. The surveying party are surveying a line of country for railway from Camperdown to Hamilton. % p.m. Messrs. Gregg and Murray have Bold by auction 3500 packages of the teas, ex' Woodbine, at fi Jl rates. Monsieur Daloratial, the F...

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Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

Police Courts, This Day. CENTRAL POLICE COURT. (Before Captain Scott, P.M., ana Mr. Macintosh) EUcn Maloney, Mary Ann Dtvyer, Emily Harris, and iarah Jones, alias ' the Cockroach,' wereeacli Bent to ?aol for one month, being convicted as common arostitutes. . Elizabeth CasseUa, for vagrancy, was sent to gaol for three months. .... .. „ ,. Elizabeth Iffwaves, found, ocgging on me (soutn Head Road, was sent to Darlinghuret for one month. R. Van Heythuysen, charged with obtaining from r. T. Jones, by means of a valueless cheque, a diamond in i ruby ring, and the sum of £5, was remanded till Puesday next. Charles Louram was ordered to pay 10s weekly tor me month, for the support of his wife. E. D. Ward Parker was charged with being the uilee of a piano, the property of V. H. Paling, and ionverting the same to his own use and benefit. Pri loner was remanded. Bail allowed. George Alexander Shaw was brought before the pourt by senior constable Broomfield, charged with Staining money from R...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS.—January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

SHIPPING. ABBIV.VLS.— January It Gr&fton steamer, 200 tons, Mann, from Graftou 12th instant. C. and E.E.S.N. Co., agents. Wainiea, steamer, 200 tons, Turner, from Richmond River. Passengers— 5 in the steerage. E. Manning, *EKre King steamer, 200 tons, Hersee, from Manning River. C. and K.Ii.S.N. Co., agents. IMPORTS. -January 14. Grafton, steamer, from Clarence Eiver : 5b bales »?. 'L 250 bags maize, 13 bags wheat, 32 liides, 12 casks meat, 1 cisk tallow, 8 cases eggs, 8 cases fruit, lO bunches bananas, 24 pigs, and 8 coops fowls. *tWaiBiea, steamer, frr m Bichmond River: 40,000 feet pine, 185 bags maize, 3 coops poultry, 23 hides, 1 cask tallow, 32 bags oysters. Tlie steamer Waimea crossed the Kichmond River bar on 'Wednesday, at 5.30 p.m.; had fresh northerly winds, and passc.l Seal Rocks on Thursday, the 13th fc'-'ant, at 7.30 i-.ul., and arrived at Sydney on the Kth, at 10 a. in. Experienced f resh northerly winds to Newcastle, and light northerly airs the remainder of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

PARBAMATTA AND RIVE STEAMERS, At about Half the Railway Bates. . From King-street— 7, 9, 11, 1, S, 6/ FromParramatta— 6.60, 7.30, 9. 11, 1, 8, 6. . Calling at Hunter's P«\ Gladesvllle, Nee Point, Eye ftewfngton, Ermington, Subiseo. Cbildren— Salonn return, 6d only. *j[k3L TT R- N. S. N. C( aBaslai Sydney to the Hunter, TOfMORROW (Saturday) SIGHT, at 11, the MOEPETH. « ? . ? 'Newcastle to Sydney, The CITY OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MOEEOW (Saturda . MOBNING, at 10. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices -Foot of Market-street =i *iJL mHE AUSTB ALASIA1 CJSsSSENlfkv. ?*- STEAM NAVIGATION COJ P^'V^Ttfffi?^ PANY'S STEAMSHIPS — *Vj:7r'-'ilHiR3H To Hunter River, COONANBAEA, To-night, Friday, at 11. To Melbourne. CITY OF MELBOTJBNE, Tomorrow Afternoon, SaturdaJ at 3. Fares : Saloon, 45 ; return, JE8 10s ; Cabin, £ 3 ; return, £5 10s Steerage, £1 10s. To Auckland, AUCKLAND, Tomorrow Afternoon, Saturday, at 2. To Brisbane, j^ADY YOUNG, Tomorrow Afternoon, Saturday, at 2.30. To Maryborough, Steamer early. To Ro...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [E. LOWTHER.] [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [E. I.OWTBEB.3 Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 4d ; wheat, 3s (3d to 4s 3d ; Cape barley, Is 9J. to 2s 3d ; English barley, 2s 9d to 3s 3d ; bran, Is to Is 3d per bushel ; hay (lucerne), £1 10s to £2 ; ditto (oaten), £2 to £3 10a ; straw, £1 10s to £2 5s per ton ; fowls, 3s to 3s 3d ; ducks, 3s to .'is 3d ; geese, 4s6tt to 6s Gd ; turkeys, ]0s to 18s per pair ; eggs, lOd to lid per dozen ; bacon, 5d to 7d per lb ; onions, 3s to 3s ; potatoes, 2s to 2s 9d per cwt ; store pigs. 2Jd to 3d per lb ; calves, 8s to £1 each ; hides, 3Jd to 4d per lb. January 13.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

COMMERCIAL. 4 p.m. Messrs. Richardson and Wrench, at their Rooms, Pitt-ffrcet, beld a valuable sale of city and suburban properties tiiis niorning. There was a good attendance, at 1 some of the lots were competed for with spirit. Tt estate of Ferncliife, Hunter's Hill, was bought in at vendor's reserve, fi acres land on the Balniain Road werej sold at £30 pci acre. A small dw elling-house and oottage in Forbes-street, Woolloomooloo, realised £375. The other properties were passed. Four catalogues were submitted at the usual weekly Si.bs of wool at the Chamber of Commerce yesterday, and there was a spirited competition for the whole of the lots submitted. The prices are unchanged. Several of the scoured lots were passed in the absence of bidB coinuiensurate with reserves. There was in good demand 32 bales, marked Huggina, which fetched 13d per lb. : 9 ditto, M, 13Jd ; 3 ditto BB over NUB over B, at 12Jd ; 8 ditto, BB over NUB, at 12Jd ; 20 ditto, WF over Nandi, at lljd i 23 ditto, PC...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Insolvency, This Day. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

Insolvency, This Day, SDEBENDEBS. George Wingett.of Bowling Alley Point, gold miner. Causes of insolvency: Depressed state of the diggings, r&bafties, £79 19s Id. Assets, £9. Deficiency, £70 19s Id. Official assignee. Mr. E. H. SeuipilL Cornelius Stanley Jtf'Glew, of AVyndham-street, Waterloo scent. Cause of insolvency: Pressure of a Judgment Editor. Liabilities, £135 3s 2i Assets, ^0° Deficiency, £115 3s 2d- Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Humpnery.

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Exhaustion of the Soil in Grazing. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

Exhaustion of the Soil in Grazing-. Sheep draw from the land on which they gjaze a con ?idcrablc quantity of potash, much of which is ulti mately excreted from the skin with the sweat. It was pointed out by Chevrcul that this peculiar potash com pound ('suiut') forms no less than one-third of the weight of raw merino wool ; while of ordinary wools it constitutes about fiftoeu per cent of the weight of the fresh fleece. Asthe suint may be extracted by mere immersion in cold water, it is easy for the wool manu facturers to produce more or less concentrated solutions, from which the potash may be recovered by appropriate treatment. The development of the new industry is princiiially due to M M. Maunene and Rogelet, and their process is probably in operation at most of the great scats of wool manufacture in France. The plan adopted by these gentlemen is a very simple one. They evaporate the solutions which arc sent to them until a perfectly dry and somewhat charred residue has been obta...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

) THE NEW^PARlSAMENT. MEMBERS EMOTED. Electorates. 'Nameb of Meubim. 'Newcastle ? G-. A. Lloyd (N.M.) EastSydney ? H. Parites ? ????- ?..* Sir Jjunes Martin ««?«??**?.. 33- -Buchanan ? -J.King(N.jq Paddington ? Hon J. Sutherlimd £ Clarence ? .; T. Bawden (N.M.) West Sydney ? J. Wearne (N.3H) i ? Hon. J. Robertson ; .....'...,. W. C. Windeyer ? W. Speer (NJL) Northumberland.. . . .... Dr. Brookes- (N.M.) '? Murrumbidgee' ? .J, . W: Macleay Newtown ? ,. S. C. Brown iGlebe ? . G. TV. Allen (N.M.) Argyle ? E. Butler (N.M.) Goulburn ? M. Alexander The Nepean ? J. T. Ryan jKiama ? H. Parkes ??Ulawarra ? J. Osbome (N.M.) .Wollombi ? J. Eckford ICamden ? A. Onslow (N.M.) ? ? J. llorrico Shoalhaven ? T. Garrett Eden ? H. Clarke (N.M.) Braidwood ? M. W. Kelly Orange ................ Hon. S. Samuel Balranald ? J. J. Phelps ' The Hunter ? J. Dillon (N.M.) West Macquarie ? E. Webb (N.M.) Patterson ? W. 11. Arnold East Maitland ? Alex. Dodds The Upper Hunter .... A. Bell Mudgee ? M. H. Stephen (N...

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WELLINGTON. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

WELLINGTON. ' January o. H.M.S. Challenger has arrived, and is waiting for tho Squadron. The New Zealand Steam Navigation Company have rosolvodto wind up. — Herald. KakoaBoo Hdntinc— There was n tolerably suc cessful battue (reports the Pastoral Times) last week at Thule station, where about 100 tripods fell victims. About 400 escaped before they had been driven between the meshes of the fences. Probably Mr. Wolseley, the hospitable host is now on the successful road in destroy ing the large number of kangaroos infesting his fine stations. There were about twenty-five guests spend ing their Christmas at Thule, where they enjoyed themselves to their hearts content. Patchwork.— A Boldiernained Stuart, attached to the second battalion of £he 14th regiment,now stationed in this city, has exhibited for sale apiece of patchwork within the last day or two that really deserves com mendable notice. It consists of a table cloth compris ing 10.700 squares of patchwork, the material being piece...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. A public meeting for the purpose of forming a Ladies1 Local Association in connection with the above society was held in the school-room attached to the Congrega tional Church, Ocean-street, Woollahra, yesterday evening. There was a good attendance. In ths absence of the Lord Bishop of Sydney, the chair was taken by Walter Smith, Ksq. The proceedings were prefaced i-y devotional exercises. i The Chaibmak remarked that he was sorry the Bishop had not been able to give them his presence, and he was afraid he would be but a poor substitute, but that was no reason why they should not go on with tbe work. The object in view was the estaliah ment of a branch society for the spread of the Word ot God. He called upon Dr. Barry to move the firit resolution. , The Rev. Dr. Babbt remarked that on account ot their not having consulted a learned deputation from the committee of the Bible Society in Sydney, they had overlooked, he supposed, one of their standard...

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WRIT OF ELECTION. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th January, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

WRIT OF ELECTION. {From a Supplement to the Govcrnmrnt Ouwllt.) Colonial Secretary's Office, Svdnev. 13th January, 1870. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the Honorable Charles Cowper, Esq., to be Colonial Secretary and Registrar of Records of New South Wales. By bis Excellency's Command, CHARLES COWPER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th January, 1870. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified for general information, that a writ lias this day been issued, and that the undermentioned arrangemeuts have been made, for the election of a member to serve in the Legislative Assembly, for the electoral district of Liverpool Plains, in the room of the Honorable Charles Cowper, Esq., whose seat in tho said Assembly is vacant by reason of his acceptance of the office of Colonial Secretary, viz. : — Pluce of nomination ... ... Tamworth Date of writ ... ... 13 January, 1S70 Date of nomination ... ... 21 January, 1870 Polling day... ... ... 29 January, 1...

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MELBOURNE. Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Evening News — 14 January 1870

MELBOUKKE. ' Thursday, 4 p.m. Messrs. Frazer and Co. have sold by auction 4200 bags sugar, ex. Sarah, being the whole of her cargo, at full market rates. They also sold the balance of tho teas, ox M.W. Sass, consisting of 900 packages at lid to lsO^d. 'For the Sydney Gold Cup there has been laid — , 1 1 ;? 600;to 100 against Tim Whiffler ; 600 to 60 against Charon 1000 to 50 against Baron 1000 to 50 against Grey Momus 1000 to 50 against Tho Earl 500 to 20 against Snow Drift 100 to 6 against Rose Bird, offered. The Ledger — Charon is the first favourite, and has been picked in most of the double events. The body of a woman has boon found in a creek near Hamilton. It is supposed the woman com mitted suicide. Her husband was absent for some months, and on returning found she was cntiente. Tho weather continues to be sultry, with occasional showers. Arrivals. — Agate, ship, from Boston; Omeo, steamer, from New Zealand. 8 p.m. Maize is brisk, and prices advancing. Closing quotations aro ...

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