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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. Pure French Grape - ** RAN DY cognac wThe Original House of TF STEWART, Edinburgh St RDFounded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP Y . "DRINK STEWAr.TS !" W hi 1 NSURE W\VITH TIE PHI(ENIX ASSURANCE CO - MLIMITED. rOR FI.-RE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOY .ER: .S' L:: LIABILITY,: WORK :E:. IRS COMPENSATION IN -S[TRANCE. : "ACTIVE, : .AGENTS WANTED WHERE NO;I' REL PR.ESIE: TED "FUEL PARTICULARS onn application :to DALGETY CO. LTD., S MELBOURNE.. (Managers for Victoiia). SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. Can Cure TUBERCULA( JUINTS. POiSONED SORES, A-BSCESSES BOILS, " CARBUNCLES, JAR WdfiTLOW,* SPRAINS, BURNS AND BAD LEUS. All: Cheminsts-1/6 and :1, 6. Cumherland Road. Pascoe Vale. (Near Cobura). Send 9d in stamps for a larlge Free trial bottle of the life-giving Vitadatic It s.ccTcds where doctors fail. h .oon eures BLight', Disease, I-iut?|idl. jsver Tro:bles. Do bility. Ch'onic Indiges tion. In....

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

TURF TOPICS (By "Flemington.") Last -week a warning wa s Souiled ill this coliumn in regar'd to Averse. It Ihas since becomo iincreas:ngly evident that tile beautiful and speedy ippoir led English bred more is giving her trainer some anxiety. Averse is still a daily visitor at Flemingiitnn. iut she is very riarely askel to go out of a canter. This w-oul lead to the be lief tlnat all is not well with hei. Averse miay still bh got to thel post Ifor her alltlllllll eligageinents, but ill the mieantime, no liability should lie ac cepted on heir behaollf. Mififortunrs raiely come singly. P' T. Hicywood who has iverse in hand certainily lhas his full slihare of the troubles of a tr'ainer just now. 'Tra quette recently nmet withi an ccident which laid lher aside t'or1 a fic days, and First Principle, another ofl' tlhe teanm is slhowillg uniiistakible signs of sorclless. In the case of Tl'ralqlluette, the outlook is not, however discourag ing. She is now preotty well hersell again, and will...

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ON ACTIVE SERVICE WITH THE TROOPS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

a *ON 7ATIVE SERVICE WITH THlE m...' .'. j To he Veditori.: ) Sir.-By the cousrtesy of the edi e. tors of- Mellibourine's diily papers, Lthe j public lhave blecoi?i6:e and been akept acquiaihd ed with the practicae andc patriotic seivices reiidered~, t.?o SVictorian htoops' by the Fielh e' vice dep]artment- of the iMelbburne Young len's OCluistian iAssociation. M,?y I, nask of you some space to biring such work moie immediately before the readers of your paper ? S In thlie "off-duty hours of alarge militariy ca lp lurk msn subtle dan gers, and wilth the suddcen fliniging Stogether of young men of: all types nom all kinds of homes, there springs up nal i irgueit, ihescapable need for some intensely practical 1 mid broad humanitarian· scheme of Ssocial service. Since 18th August last this. association, witl ilts lield k agencies and actiitiies that make for healthy ecretreion and moral Sarnd spiritual uplift; has been oper atintg at the Broadmeadows Con centra·tion Camp. Beyond this, ...

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TO SUCCEED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

TO SUCCEED. Are you trying to climb whoro the chosen aro; Where tho fooeet of men are few D)o you long for ''a job that is worth onoe's while?'" \Well, hero is a thought for you: Tho pots of gold at the rainbow's end Are sought by the teoming mob, But the fairies who guard them choose as friend The man who loves his job. No miatter what grip of hand he has How poor or strong his brain, T''here's ahlways a place for the man who loves His work with might and main; Does he dig a ditch, or blaze a trail Where the ireamln of manlu may run No clod of earth shall shoulder him Front his place out in the sun! It isn't the kick, it's not the pull, TIhat Irings the strong mal out; lout it's long-time work and it's all time will, Andl the chleerful heart and shoutl loave faith in smourselfl Do you wmant to win'l is your heart for success athrob'l I 'rhero's just one thing can bring youm in th ino-lo your jobl With the winners--love your job!

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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UNEMPLOYED AND THE WAR. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

YEIPJPLYED AND TlE' WA Sio : so hr '.byIth-roe rporit "in youi paer 1 atie Vis meetinen of btlie Upper Yor Council, that when tlhe n::matter of unemployment1 : as imieniioned Cr; :twr :?- scid, :"Let thbm: go to the liwar.'" Now, if 20C •Ew{n :had afamily. of young chlii cLeea depending .b?a hliim.: (which, hlWn k the Lbrd, lie has -. not,: ?aid I hope lie' never: iill);, how w·ould he .like :.to be hunted . oi'l to ::the wi,-i ojusl :because he -could not hihd employmentb? If Or Ew arlt: thinks so. much of tlhe?~va, why.- do?sii't he go himself?: Therie is :no doubt that Kitchener .woiild be niore' than pleased to ,barve the- assist'ace of ,Cir Ewa't.-Yours, etc,::.' NOT IOUT: OF WORK; Ymca Junction, 2/2/15.

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE ROVERS v. LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association LILYDALE ROVERS v. LILYDALE ' The above match was concluded oil fal;urday last, and resulted in ;, win for Lilydale by 108 runs on thea irsL innings. Scores: Lilydale. I A. Dcschamp, b Iolter ... 9 Morton, c Sleeth, b Holter ... 65 Boll, c Stephen.s, b Holter ... 43 Featon, a :nd b Holter ... 1 Allen. 1 Holter... ... ... 17 Goode, c lodges, b Deavis ... 0 Nodn, b Holter ... ... ... 3 HIutton. I Stephens... ... ... 36 F. .)eschamp, c and b Holler' 1 ales, b Holter ... ... .. Terrams. not out... ... 24 Sundries... .. . 1 Total - ... : ': ... ::212 Bowling.-Holter,..8 for: .77; . 'A. SeFbi'e, 0 for 32; .,1latrin, 0:-for '29; Stephens, 1 for 28; -Beavis,: 1 for 24; A. 11. Sebire, 0 for 13. . Second Innings. MAortono notb out ;... -" ' 21 Bel!; c "Steplheis, b Beca vis ... 3d S:: lindrieti. . ' ,: : . . .:. 6 Potal for J Nicket... 61 : .(lini ngs :dec ieed, closed.) In: Bwuig Holer' 0 Ifoir' 23; 'A. SScb.irie, -O for i;23 -''Beavis,: ' for 12; H...

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BEEKEEPING FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

BEEKEEPING FOR WOMEN. A woman writes: "Now beekeeping gives the womlen of the farm homie a reason for being out of doors, and at just tile season whei the world is most beautiful. Mlorcover, .the apiary is al ways in a plelisalnt place. One thing that holds mlly attention is that, how ever unattractive the surroundings of the farnmhouse, the bees have a pleas ant corner in the orchard or in some other partly sunny spot. Whether they know it or not the wolmen of the farm homse who careo for tile bees get sonime good air and some good healthy out door labor, and meanwhile they are not troubled with insomnia. How many a country wife hus wondlered and re sented during her sleepless hours the sound ald perfect sleep of her husbanud, when the only reason for this diffler ence lay in the fact that his work was in the opei air and hers in the stulffy house. "Then there is another and mnore fundamtental reason for beekeeping as a wolian's interest. I would prescribe as a means for preserving...

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THE PRICE OF BREAD. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

'LifE r71if OF IIEAI) (lo the Editor.) .:.. Sn ii?_--It, :Ii. i?; ibee enm'lru?oi.ci iii mLily£ i~ii.ci~ili.l~: t 'Iinth ii .1 i ve u t'bee {g{ir : t hccan f li ni?I?e'irese in ?i ' ri of soluelid inc it so quitdoa vons ter pii6 i orm-ii o i .",iCW d " iii.. th .ii rie it bjusiness I ih tt b . n~l :sgnliclv Ansmia 1Iic a ,lfig ci?Ml?t;ii: "woultld.wurn. those Wio 1o: ciu?olinb tilmi e I moy t1 Othfyd' ,:s;ic?i-un:;:n,"f s, lgrave cIldajnge-S!', suns of £~ to ;:iny, po so? ah -o. c, i. pirose .that-£ :i hav been the aus o 'o the illcatoif in the puceih o 1id - Ilic olimi" hoiethe slice j>inchies etc., i wsell kifowin andl peris -the fc-thuds -I hisv constdeiai' inicreaseci my bsercd trac duinn tic pmt 12: monlts will prosic lthat it ilsii oub wbtl kIownii, bu seor tine ouris, etdc, fJ. B. OA'I110AR1' Qlincha L ike4 v,il1ydate.

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

GROYDON. (Frni Oar Own ,C r'?sponldent.) Nitl:hi s ig ll l tg i. wook. The weaitier is Iat hy:I ..-: Iudation lDay was AIl but the d GllrIowing hta hulat onI .iin .lFound:tion I?hv the usual FienMce's ( r1uni?td r.umd. Tennis was in ull tvwii i' hte Mlechanics' rIcsrve, iiti·_ll l-aii il players had an excit ing match against the city oeircsvl t'l ives, whom lhey bhat Iy just a little. Slu adainie Lena ( onl : and her .ri ty '?i lio lb in ('oydlon to night (Friday), and though money is ti~ihit just iow. .douiltless there will o i, good house. Wne ailmost. focl: i.s thoughl we lhave Is l':st i pound. The proposc nlosuie is i'eatlvtl.:.lie beats are ,is.i, :bu"tinn slshire- council 'is not read,.: liumi?oi ?ni:, it tihat the for-. mnalities illn icocfflio r with al shire pofind havclli?not beel attended to. .eanwhilo th mtn.aauding herds are havi ag good time PbhoKilsy.ls II i-icul irr i, nd'd r .chnrdist.i Association .mill be ha y iG thoul show , I,ihe fist Sat urdiy iin i'ali, anu ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A. J. POYNER LICOENSED CARRIER. ALL T']RAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CIIHARGES MIODERATE. FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. 'RICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. JOBBING .WORIt A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING 61iEB ~ TEA ROOM~iS1 -.WISHES to conviy his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very l'ie Ao sortmret of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIEi. NOVELTIES. .NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY;: well .worthy of insiection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. ?Wishing all Patronus the Compli .ents of the Season. a. 2MER BAKER & PASTRY COOK Wish'* "C. &mate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing na Business in MAIN ST., and ara...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

SIH-IRE OP LILLYDALE. Statement of Accounts for the year ended 30th September, 1914. Statement of Rates. A GENERAL RATE of ONE SHILLING AND NINEPENCE in the POUND, to the 30th September, 1914, made 27th day of January, 1914. Amount Arrears Amount Total.. Ridings; i Valuation. of Aoutl oet ArBrrsoug Rates - ofer ' Rate. Collected. Uncolleted1 Brought; Paid. Forward. Abandoned. Arrears. North-western ...121,704 0 0 1,89 2 0 1,725 8 1.1 173 13 5 130 1 11 122 13 2 7 1 4 174 0 7 Eastern ... ...15,103 0 0 1,321103 1,254 3 5 67 6 10 .11 2 6 22 0 7 6 8 8 79 6 0 South-western ... 30,167 10 0 2,639 13 1 2,466 15 0 172 18 1 120 14 6 43 13 8 43 2 5 206 16 0 66,974 10 0 5.360 5 4 5,446 7 0 413 184 291 18 11 188 7 5 56 125 460 2 7 Loan Accounts. Loan No. 8. S19i3. Oct. I- S.W.R. N.W.R. E.R. Amount. 1913. Oct. I- S.W.R. N.W.R. E.R.- Amount. To Balances ... 430 3 o 258 9 Io 594 Io 8 By Balance ... 94 2 2 I914. Sept 3o0- . .1914. Sept. 30o- To Balance .... 94 2 2 By Contracts... 182 I 4 182 I 4 ._ ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, a assEPSse~~ To OurCusatomers and Friends, Wear here to stay. We are here to rask a success. We like the country and the pkple. We like Our Busi ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. 'TlE BEST GOODS and THE LOWi PRIOES are what count, One Order Will Convince .You. Flat-class Valut in DBAPERY OLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CROOKERY GROOERIFs brdere Dehvered all over the District. Don't forget the Address: E.. A. ATHERTON Y'ARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The National Cattle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, Lilydale Express and all weekly papers. CAN BUPPLY ANYTHING.. IEL1P YOUR NEWSPAFi~~I. 1The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your JOB PRINT ING. If you do not feel able to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billhieads, envelopes, and all busi hess printing to execute. The news lper man wants it, and it helps him to pay his printers for ...

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CATCH CROPS FOR FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

CATCH CROPS FOR FODDER. The value of a mixture of vetches and barley for providing a liberal amount of feeding for milkinlg stock at periods of the yeai when pastures must be supplemented has been well demonstratedl at the Mounmahaki Expe rimental Farm. On the 14th March of last year a five-acre field of rye stubble was diseed and sown with vet checs and barley, the seeding being at the rate of 2/, bushels per acre, and the manuring I' cwt. of Thoins phos phate per acre. Twenty fattening bullocks-for topping off after being brought to good condition on swedes were turnedl on to this growth, 18 in. ill height, on the 25thl June, and on the Sth July they were in prime mar keting formin. The twenty bullocks had left the crop eaten down hard. On the 17th of the same month twenty store bullocks were turnedl in, and the bite of green stuff remaniing was supple mented by mangels carted out to the field. By the 13th August, when they were taken out, the cattle were in fat and forward condit...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER (Prom our Special Correspondent.) There are many deserving caseos among the unemployed, but their cause is .not being made any stronger by the h ysterical crowd who are espous ing it and incidentally getting a lot of the limelight that is their de light. The metropolitan eveninlg newspaper is the worst offender in this respeobt. Its campaign in the in terests of those suffering from tlhe stress of the time is spoiled by maw kiah sentiment and ill-judged tactics. The committee who have undertaken to collect public subscriptions for relief funds and disburse tlhe money have a not-too-pleasant task. Strikes at this juncture and the general attitude of the wor ers who get the ear of the public are not calculated to loosen up the hold upon the money on the part of those wh6 have something to spare. A letter published in the press the other day gives expression to feeling in the miattoer which it cannot be denied is -very general. The writer says:-The sole reason for the ...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXVII. PEACE AND DISTURBANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XXXVII. PEACE AND DISTUIIBANUE. "How late you are!" said Duval, as Ida came in, with rosy cheeks and scanty allowance of breath. " You've scarcely time to snlap up any luncheon before the carriage conies round." "I'm not in the least hungry," fol lowing him ilto the dining-room. "Give ime some salad and a glass of claret; I don't want anything else," as she untied her Iboniet-strings, antd took off her veil. IH waited oni her with unusual assi duity, putting sonicme pickled salmon on her plate, and telling her that she must eat it, as he did not want ascareerow for a wife, miixing some seltzer water with her claret in the proportions that she liked, and ,iclkiing out the pieces of endive in the salad, because ihe knew that she hadl a fancy for it. She was alemst tempted to ask himi if he took her for alnyone else. All the afternoon Dural was in a peaceful state of mind. lying on the grass under a shady tree, with a pipe in his mouth...

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OUR LETTER BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

OUR LETTER BOX ----------JO0 Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent iy and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on cndition of receiving thile writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee, of good faith.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

i'ort;y-li.ve residents or sons or i·esidents from- tlhe Lilycdale .shihe :Thvio up to date jqiiled. The Expedi-' ionary. _ Fiorces. : SAlfter spending *several weeks: in NEow Soulhili i3aes, Mfadanme"-1elba return.ed tio - Coo6mbe C'ottage on i?ofniidy las. net i . ;:- -.'-" z Vi edacedsay next h as been gas egted a .public: h:lioliday thliroughout the Lilydale shire 'for th .combined Sunday -'schools picnio: to IHIainipton. Senior Constable Fobinso n, of TWylcheprof?.i has beenz appointed tod the charge: of 1the Lilydale dpolice stalion, rendeied l acant: by Seoiior Con6stable C-urtin's p:liromotioin to Coburg. - i:hr t m. ? :-?ubbaid, - of -'Sunny. vale," Steel's Creek; hash. been ac .corded .a walkover for. the seat -in the Eltham Shirel Council rendered ;.acant by tldhe resignation of., Cr P .F.I Downeo,' who has gone to tho war, lin this issue the Country r3Roads Board inv;ite tenders for o meialling thl Evelyn3-lloibulk road at" M'Kil' lop, Cottingham's Storer's, a- jid Houil...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

FOR WOMEN -4-- (By "Ambrosiue.") Delightful lingerio dresses are seen on all sides. ,Soime express the tunic, anid some as regards skirt, linlies are plain. A dress of the aIntter type Is figurcd crepe, hI;gh waist, drapy blouse with "V" to waist, with ilt inset. 'Thel' "'V" is bordelred witll insertion, which repleats oni cuff iand lower palrt of skirt. Charm is given the blouse section by the shoulder yoike slc..ve Dresses of this kinid should have I1 ear;lly Victorian ailr, when tilhe daity h d'esslr always looked as tlhough shelhadl stepped out of a picture framie. A couple of roses at t(le end of "V" give life to the gownl, and a black Iel vt ribbonii is employed for a girdle.. ovce round, then looped to front hip, withl catch and streamers. The all whlite dress is ever popular. Here, lthen we see what cxcellent results are attained witlh working flounces--foot of 'skirt, and two tunic flounces. .Tihe blouse will havo a yoke and upper part will be of same, the other of the plai...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST ~-4 (By ''Rusticus.") According to all experience we are duoe for a bounteous season following jupon the lean year just past. Hligh hopes are entertained by the heads of the Agricultural Department. They are convincedi that the expectation of the Ministry thalt sullicicnt will be sown to yieldl 50,000,000 bushels is rea sonable. Dr. Cameron, the Director of Agriculture, sqays, that an announce eut madtle by Mr. T. Young, of Young Bros., at uIorshat, that Wimmucra 'n ers would put in double the custuomary acreage was comforting, especially as it was no chllalnce remnark. News frTol other districts indicatedl thlat, the pros pect of good 1,rices-5/- a bushel at least-was inducing otlher farmers to prepare larger areas than ordinarily. Both MIr. llutchinson, the Miinister for Agriculture, and the Director agree that the outlook- is promising for next sea son, and they are sanguine of a record harvest. Mr. llutclhiuson states that the lRailway Department for the past t...

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RIPENING THE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 5 February 1915

RIPENING THE CREAM. The developmeniT of a certain degree of sourness in the cream is most de sirable. It produces more butterof bet ter quality, which keeps longer But beyond this stage of souring when the cream is said to be ripe, it is undeirable to go. Experience teaches the dairy maid when the correct degree of acidity has been realched. It may be judged by the taste and the smell, or may be determined by the acidimeter when the cream shows an acidty of .5. When cream las passed this stage undesirable fermentation changes set whichl spoil the flavor and keeping quality of the butter, and what is of much more importance, from the point of view of the present discussion, such cream yields a very soft butter. To ensure the best results, therefore, one must churn tihe cream when it is ready. A weekly "churning day" in hot weather will not suffice. As regards the churn ing itself, it is practically imnpossiblo without the use of ice. To obtain firm butter in the heat of the day, mpch...

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