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Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15. (Before Mr. J.P. Stow, S.M) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Folioe'Coturt. Saturday. October. 15. (Before Mr. J. P. Stow, S.m ) Thomas Johnson and Andrew Bcuson were charged tviih having goods in their possession which might reasonably be supposed to havei !;een stolen. Constable Hai net f deposeol to having seen the prisoners in the West on the previous day, Johnson having a roll of wire undir his cat. When asked what he was doing with it, he said, "' We are hard up; Til sell it for a shilling." Wheu asktd « here he got the wire, Johnson s.iid he g-'t it from Benson that inorniriij. B'Usori admitted having given it to Johnson, and said when le iving the Marie Buhn a month before: the mate r«>H him he could have it. He said he had had it in his bag ever since. Prisoners were then taken to the police staiion. : . - v-' Mr. G ood e said Benson had been sail making on their premises for some weeksj and recent'y Johnson had been --assisting him. The wire produced was a clothes' line similar"lo a i<>t they had in a store usually ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Port Pirie Corporation. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Port 3?iiie Corporation. Meeting held Monday, Ociober 17th. Present—The Mayor (Mr. G. F. Clar idge) Ors. Walsh, McDonald, Wilcher, Lewis, Conley, Buiim-y, Town Clork (W. G. Wilson), Surveyor Hu«lie3 and Inspector Hawke. Cr. Conley apologised for the absence Cr. Coles. Five tenders for street -watering were opened and read. The report of the Committie recommending s'reet watering wasa'soiead, Cr. Conley moVed that the report be adopted and a riite of 5d. per lineal foot frontage declared to defray the expense of watering the western side of E 'e. street, from. Geoijje to Mary Ellie street; the eastern si le of Elhn-3treet, from Alexander to Norman-street, and Alexander and Davil sireers, from Elli n to Florence streets ; on-the Current year's ass3ssmt n*-. Jj. Walsh seconded. Carried. Cr. McDonald moved that the Corpor ation provide a tank for watering. Civ Bunney seconded. Carried. • Cr. McDonald moved that councillors for North and South Wards continue a committee to see to waterin...

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The Institute Comaittee and the Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

J The Sastitate Gomaittse s»d the 1 Trustses. The Institute Committee, consisting of Dr. Walker (President), Rev. L. Durno and M. L. Warren (Vice-presidents), Mr. H. C. Clarke (treasurer), and -Messrs. J Jobson, B. J. Knight and T. Barson, met the meuibers of the Corporation iu confer ence on Monday evening, the Mayor (Mr. G. P. Claridge), and Couucillors Bunney, Lewis, MacDonald, Wileheiy and Walsh being present. . Dr. Walker, in explaining the position of the Institute, pointed out that the differ ent Acts provided that the Institute should be managed by oificers and committeemen appointed by the subscribers, and that members had power to appoint trustees from time to time. The property was vested in the Trustees, but it was never intended that they should take the active management. Their duty was simply to preveut alienation of property, etc., and see that the building was not used for pur poses othei than those provided by the Act. The amended Act stated that even if the Counci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

.£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED i Pougal's Registered List containing liauies of20,000 Pimilies advertised for ■ to claim property and money since ItOO. Price l's.Gd., post free,2s. Eveiy man and woman iliould buy this book, as instructions are given how to recover property from Chanccry. DOUGAL & Co., 62 Strand, Condbu, Eng. Est. 1814: A fortune nny await you. This book', can now {be obtained from W. C. Eiyby, ' Adelaide;: Gordon & Got ch Mel., Brisbane; Geo. Bobertson & Co., Mel Sydney. Adelaide, Brisbane* • C, Herbert, Bate & Confectioner, ELLEN- STREET (Opposite Custom House. The WORST C&terer;^ Port Pirie. Don't give liim a trial, you're sure to set taken in. Angleton Steam, Chaff and Wood Mills. -SOLOMONTOW N.% ftESILYEit ^ JlflQOR. Best Chaff, current rates. Gutting done for tlie Trade. Best quality Wood on Hand. Orders left with ;Symonds Bros, will receive prompt attention." A. A. I'EARCE & CO.. PORT PI It IE AUCTIONEERS, ACCOUNTANT? L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Printed and. published by Chahlk Metrics and AtraRD Ebtjtabd Sou^h at their Ofice Elien-stoe^t, Part: Pirie. Port* Pirje '"Professional and Busiriess Directory. A DELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPAITT, A. Ship«rn«r?, etc-, Ellen-street, D. B. Young, Manager. ~ BRADLEY& SHERIDAN, BootManu facLurera etc., Alexander-street. «f. B. Goul-J, Manager. BADKNOCH, J.. Bakar and Confectienar, . Ellen-street. BA.RR1SR HOTEL, Ellen-street. W. &. Wallace, Proprietor. .. . /"1LARIDGE & SONS, S. F., Importers and \J General .Drapers. Elian-street. f~\ L ANCEY & Co., Homoeopathic Dispensary \J and Life Drops Depot,:.Watervrorkstown, ^jOTILE, Wf, Cash Draper, Ellen-sires .; GOSNI'll, B., Bookseller, Stationer, stad Newsagent, Kllsn-street. COTTLE, 8. C., Ironworker, ate., Alex* aader-street. DE SILVER & MAQOR, Solomontoirn, Chaff and Wood Merchants.' D UNCAJT, J., Solicitor, etc.. Alexander* street. : . "IT'lett, R., Watchmaker and Jeweller J. Ellen-street." • " Federal b...

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Crystal Brook Rose Show. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Crystal Brook Base Skew. Ou Ftiduy last the second annual show in connection with tlio Crystal Br«ok Rose arid Carnation Society was held in the Iustitute Hall during the afternoon and evei-ing. The exhibits were good considering the season, but did not coiue up to last year's str.ndaid in either quality or quantity. Had the fixture been n week earlier a n uch better exhibition of flowers would have been possible, but the hot .vinds of the last few days militated against their presentation in the pink of condition. The attendance was fairly large, visitors being present from Port Pirie, G'adstone, Laura, and other parts. A capital musical prrgramme was carried out during the evening by the Misses B iyly, Foreman, Keville, Blake, and B. Foigan. The. decorated tea tables, which were displayed in the Lodge-room at the back of the hall, were generally admired. Miss Thomas, of Port Pirie, who was adjudged worthy of first j me, used p >ppies and carnations for her decorative work. Mrs....

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Railway Time-table. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM PORT PIRIE TO ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Railway Time-table. Passengeh Trains rroir Poet Pirie to ' " adelaide. ■ v : - To Adelaide, via Petersburg and Tero .vie Ellen-Street Station at 6.50 a.m.; Central Station at 7 a.m. To Adelaide, via Blyth and Gladstone. Ellen-Street Station at 10.20 a..m.; Centra Station at 10.30 a.ni. ' . To Broken Hill,": via Petersburg and Terowie. Elleu-Street Station at 4.40 p.m.; Central Station at 4.50 p.m. To Adelaide, via Petersburg^ from Central Station only,.mixed train at 10.50 p.ui. AEBIVALS. From Adelaide, via Terowie and Peters burg to Central Station only,, mixed train at 440 a.m. From Broken Hill, and Terowie via Petersburg. Central Station at 10.4 a.m.; Ellen-Street- Station at 10.13 a.m. " ' From Adelaide via Blyth and Gladstone. Central Station at 4.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 4.55 pan. From Terowie, Petersburg, and Northern System. Central Static o at 7.47 p.m.; Ellen-street Station at 7.53 p.m. : ;r

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Pert Pirie.—Latitat, 33 deg. II ruin. 8.; Longitude, ISSdeg. 1 min. E. ABMYALS. Oct. 15—Andatiia, steamer, 1812 ton* Davies, from Newcastle via Port Kembb* and Port Adelaide. Cargo— 253$ tons coal. Adelaide Steamship Co.. ag<ats. Oct. 15—Merle, keti-h. 20 tons. Anderson fnia Point Webling. Cargo—Flux. Oct. iS—Hary Lewis, ketch. 10 tons, Carlstn, from Port Augusta. Cargo —General. Oct, 15—Lady Daly, fore and aft schooner 65 tons, 1 Heritage; master, from Tiekera. Car^o—Flax. ' Oct. 15—Tara o* Shanter, ketch, 15 tons. Spero, from Port Bronghton. Cargo Flux. Oct. 15 — Lapwing, feeteh, from Port Broughton. Cargo—Flux. Oct. 10 —Ph«?be. ketch, 20 tons, Hike, from Port Brougltton. Cargo—Flux Oct. l*<—Marv Jane, ketch, from Port Broughton. Cargo—Flux. Oct. 16—Robert Bnrn3, ketch, 45 tons Eason. from Tiekera. Cargo—Flux. 0-:t. 16 —Young Chief, ketch, from Port Broaghton. Cargo—Flux. Oct. 17—Investigator, steamer, 345 tons, Anderson, from Port Adelaide via Porta Augusta ...

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CITY CHATTER. WEATHER AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

CITY CHKTTER. By Twitter. WEATHEE ANI> CEOI'3. V* bat is wrong with the world s weather i September was a phenomenal month in England for fatal sunstrokes- Last week witnt-ssed over a centory in the shad© in Eiverioa, and the pious Sydney Govern ment has ordered a day of humiliation and pray«r on account of the drought. Satur day and Sunday in Adelaide were excep tionally trying. We have, of course, had much higher shade leadings, but the oppressive air was positively cruel to the average liver. And the electrical atmos phere, like political storms, ended in wind. They tell us that the prospect of the earth i# forecasted in the decadent- frozen moon,. but-Judging by recent years it seems to take on after Mars, droughty Mars, a sor£ of satireon the pacific Czar. ' v-1 ICautious dpinionstare putting our har vest down at 5 to 6 bushels; it is not likely to be overstated for official purposes, when rent reductions, and a variety of concessions are the reward of the best told tales of...

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Post and Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Post aud Telegraph Office, Port Pirie. r Business hours from 8.30 a.m. till 7.30p m. daily, except Saturdays, when it is open from 8.30 a.m. till 5.30 p.m. Money Order Office from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ' ; barings Bank Agency, from 8.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m , and on Saturdays till 5.30 p.m., j The office is open', for a quarter of an hour for the delivery of letters after the arrival of the mails every evening. : Mails arrive and close as follows:— . ABBJYAIi.. ' ■ - From " Adelaide and Offices sooth of Terowie at 4.40 a.m. ■ From Adelaide and intermediate offices at 4.55 p.m. From Broken Hill at 10.13 a.m. : From Petersburg and intermediate offices; at 10.13 a.m. and 7.53 p.m. r' From Telowie and Fort Germein at 4 p.m. From Solomon town at 6,35 a.m., §.15 a.m., and 4.15 p.m. . • ; From Nelshaby (Wednesdays and Fri days) at 6.20 a.m DEPARTUBE. For Adelaide and intermediate offices at 10.5 a.n^. and 4.25 p.m. : j For Adelaide and offices south cf Terowie at 10 p.m. . •. - For Petersburg, Bro...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

DEPARTURES. Oct. 1-3—itewn. steamer, 328 tons, Heaney, for Adelaide, via ports. Cargo— Wool and sundries. Oct, 15—Vr'illyauia, sttamer, 1713 tons, Barry, f^r Sydney via Wallaroo. Car-jo—583 tons concentrates, Geo. Wills & Co.; 26 tons lead, B.H.P. Co. A.S.S. Co., agents. Oct. la—Dianella, schooner, for Port Ade laide. Cargo—50 tons tons bran, on account Adelaide Milling Co. Oct. 15—Beatrice, sohooner, for Port Ade laide. Oct. 15—Adonis, ketch, for Black Book. Oct. 15—Nelcebee, 3tt*anier, and Oribes, for Pott Turton. Oct. 10—Glaucns, steamer. 8597 tons, Bar wise, for London via Sydney, Mel bourne and Adelaide. Cargo.—3000 tons leady concentrates, Australian Metal Co. Oct. 17— Mary Lewis, ketch, for Port Augusta. Oct. 18—Gambier Lass, ketch, for Wall aroo. Oct. 17—Investigator, steamer. 315 tons. Anderson, for Port Adelaide. Cargo —31$ bates wool and CO tons general. A.S.S. Co., agents.

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Entertainment on the s.s Glaucus. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Uatsri siaaeat oa ths s.s. Glsacms. During the i sh»rtj stay of the s.f. Glaucus ir» I'ort -Pirie - Captain Bui-wise ar.d his officers have been exceedinjjly considerate with the public in throwing •>f»n''fbfTns^i^lo%i''iK^6ne^5f^amerrat all hours. An opportunity has thus teen rfferttl to our young f<>:k especially of witnessing an up-so-date cargo steamer (a decription of which we gave iu a foiiner is^ac of the Jfecort/ej), and to the older ones'«iv object ks3on of what is being done in the Way to improve marine iitchitcciure and appliances, in thinking of the dimensions of the Glaucus for instance one c-iimot he'p being impressed with the fact that former difficulties are being mpidly overcome, and , to: the commercial mind there is the ever recurr ing thought of the ievolution in trade these ocean monsters me destined to produce. The courtesies already" referred to, however, were exceeded on Friday last, when in response to special invitations over 300 persons As...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

VESSELS IN HARBOR. Windsor Park, ship, 1692 tons, Lambie, master, from Hamburg. F«1 Wood, ship, 19S6 tons, Journeay, master, from Hamburg. Prince Rob«rt, four-masted barque, 2,054 tons. Hansen, master, from Port Townsend. ^ ^ Orwell, steamer, 24 tons. Gibbs, from Table Bay. Oak Branch, steamer, 3253 tons, Scheel, from Singapore. Ayr, steamer, 1956 tons, Gibson, from Vladivostok. Andania, steamer. 1812 tons, Davies, from Newcastle v m Port Adelaide. Coastera.— Lucretia, Merle, Robert Burns, Maid of Australia. Napperby, Lady Daly, Vivid, Phoebe, Annie Brown, Haw thorn, Sir W. Foster, Lapwing, Young Chief, Brou^liton, Xoraianville, Tarn o* Shanter. Frances.

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Distressing Drowning Accident. A BRAVE BOY. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

1>istressiiis -Drowning Accident. A BRAVE BOY. ; Melbocbse, Tuesday Jiigfat. An extremely - distressing drowning accident occurred yesterday at Horsham. Edward AVVst, aged 12 years, and his brother Charles, aged 10, went down to the liiwr Wiuiinera to a deep pool uiih the alleged intention <>f having a - swim. They were found |«iddlin« in shallow water by a cousin named Walter Barrett, aged 26, and he suggested that if they wanted to swim they should go into deep water. The boys accepted the advice and Bent into the stream, when the current swept them offthe>r Jeet into the channel. Seeing that they were drowning, Barrett threw off his hat and sprang to their rescue. He seized the younger brother--, vhen Edward West climbed on the rescuer's shoulders. The three then sank together in deep water Thomas McGinn, a lad aged 1G. jumped into the stream and rannag. d to secure Charles West and bring him to land. Be miis then unconscious, but McGinn applied the proper met...

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VESSELS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Ashley, steamer, 2297 tons. Webber.: torn Java. To ami. * Asama, steamer, 4205 tons, Newell" 'roiit South Africa. To sail. Tiger, s.s. 3270 tons, Edwardsoa. from Yladivoitocb. To'sail. Armana, sttamer, 3112 tons, Carr, from Sourabaya. To sail. Kaffir, steamer, 2736 ton3, Sinclair master, from South Africa. To sail. Mar,? Augusta, ship, 1.383 tons, Worden master, from the Baltic. To sail. Arroyo, s.s„ 3,564 tons, Glenn, master, from London, via Fremantte. To sail. Juanita North, steamer. 3.503 tons, l'erry, master, from Monte Video. To sail. John Ena, 4-masted barque, 2714 ton3, Miul«en, master, from Paget Sound. To sail. Jnpiter. Danish ship, 1651 tons, Funder, master, from Antwerp. Sailed Sept. 3, 45 days ont. J. B. Thomas, American ship, 1807 tons, Lermond, master, from Hamburg. Sailed August 17, 54 days out. J. C. Julius. Get man barque, 107(3 tons from Barry Dock. Sailed August 21, 54 days out Nymphs, German ship, 2076 tons, Kiiinor, master, from Hamburg; sail...

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A Dastardly Act. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

A Dastardly Act. MKiKOCKSE, Tuesday JSi»ht. At Titzroy lust ni^ht some "malicious person wedged two st»ut steel bars into the cable slot on I lie tram 'line.- Two cars ran into the obstruction and were brought to n dead stop. The grip appar atus was broken, and the gripmen received severe shocks.

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Cricket. PROPRIETARY V. PORT PIRIE [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

Gnckst, PROPRIETARY V. PORT PIRIE The.first meeting between theseclubs under the Associa-ion attracted a fair attendance to the Kecreation Ground on Saturday and the play was closely watched." Goss won the toss from Scott, and depn ted J ones" and .May to oppose the bowling of-Manifold and Williams. May was quickly ruirouK and Manifold got- one past Jones early. Hill shaped well for 13, but Ogilvy piayed best innings for his side, his contribution of 39 being ob tained by capital cricket. He was at. home to all the bowling, and dmve with much vigour, bnfc was eventually beaten by Hicks with a good length ball. Goss also showed to advantage in making 25, and then returned one to Hicks veiy hard, and the chance was taken. When he had only made three an appeal lor a run-out was allowed against Goss by Mr. Champion, but as a palpable mis take had been made the Pirie captain generoGsly got the umpire's con sent to allow Goss to return and complete his' innings—an act ion which evoked app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

S£.K*£SIMS. THE The gteraer* ef this lino will sill from P«rt Pirie as fallows (circumstances penaittinsj S.S. DAWN PORT AUGUSTA 7 , * * BDITHBURO { ^ri'J.T. Oct. i\. POST il>EUn)8 . ' (Fusnjen utd Csrap.) TtSLES To PORT AU&U&TA, Saloon, 12s. |T STEEBAGE.7i.ftl. To POST ADELAIDE. Salooa, 20b.: Steeraee. 12*. «. Bcood Trip »ia Aaguati, Editbbur*h. aad A<S*la:ii» kick to Fort Pine, 35s. Ta Begular Fortnightly Service. MELBO0B5B I S.S. MARITTA *lwCASTL«»n4«U | qUSENSLASD Perta J <Xt.-i. HOT15.—Liberal Discount e5 Steerase fares to QueensUad Porta. West Australian Gold fields. REGULAR SERVICE FROM PORT ADELAIDE. to iTiBiVT C S.S. GAB0. fbbmantlb ^THUBSDAY. Oct. 20. Pasaaagars ktoked right through to the GoldEelds. A>1 i'raiyht* *nd P-i-isrnjcr fares at Lowest Bates. COAL. COAL. COAL. Seat Household, Engine, and Blickaroith's COAL ■applied at Lowest Prices, large or atnall quanti ties. i3t-jill.a Tanks and Iron-bark Spokes for sate at !«we*k pr...

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A Bret Harte Stroy. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

A Sasfte • .? There is a story by Bret Harte written in his earliest and best man " tier, iu the " Windsor Magazine" foi September (says the ^Atistralasian) He Jays^the.scene in the Rattle Snake Creek,. which is. I iable to be flooded when any unusual snow meltingt akes place in the mountains. . " People took the flooding .natur ally; the water went as it had come, slowly, impassively, noiselessly, a few days of fervid Galiforniau sun shine dried the cabins, and in a week or two the red dust lay again as thickly before their doors . as the winter mud had lain." Miles Hemrinngay visits: the locality as a newly-app iuted mining secre tary. Like a presumptuous stranger, he proceeds to tell the inhabitants how they should deal with floods, and he is neatly taken .down. Jules's is the name of the only; accommodation house. They cannot find room for him in the principal building, so he is sent off to. where ilie "wimrnen" lodge, a single-roomed structure, divided by blanket partitions int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 19 October 1898

; Blood Bad; Abscesses Formed; Health Gone. We are glad to publish tlie testimonial of Miss Annie. Snook of Ancklanii, New Zea land, who suffered intensely for years, and ; who was quickly: cured when she.obtained the right remedy. "I ra a strong, healthy woman until about fire years ago. and while living in Eng land was- recovering from an attack of measles. I took a can. had a relapse and caws voiy near dying. My blood was left in a very bad state, abscesses formed on my body, I was confined to mybed fw^tlurda of the time. At Ume3 I was unable to move. For two years I failed to obtain any relief. So finally I was advised to come to new Zea land. Alter coming here I remained about the same, trying many remedies without ob taining any benefit. About a year ago after reading one of your advertisements I detenn ~""n.iam Svaprtr Very soon after using it the abscesses began heal and my general health very greatly i "proved. I followed up the treatment ana :tiu now as strong as ever. I c...

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