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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

R. KE R.S H A W. GlyOo'ber and Provision Merohant, LA'NCASHIRE' STORE, ODDLE STREET (corner Gipps street). Families waited on for oirders. ggs and Fresh Butter from best dairies. THOMAS COLES, heap Family Grocer, 96.ELGIN ST., CARLTON. House and Land Agent; 12: VICTORIA PARADE, MELBOURNE. Five doors from Dr. Brownlesa. d and Rosidence for Families-Moderate, Mrs. JJ. WATSON, ?ALIVMY':. G. C-ROCER, WINE AND' SPIRIT MERCHANT, 32 PEEL' ST., Collingwood. Late.: ofoN . 1. The Jun?tion Cheap'Grooery Mart. H: J. WINSTONE,' TleaDealer, Grocer, A :ND'PROVISION' MERCHANT,' orner of i:oung and Webb Streets, )iS ' 'COCKATOO STORE, 847 BRUNSWICK STREET, ` . W THH,OMPSO N', Wholesale and Retail rocer o& Ironimonger, I artioles in the trade sold at the lowest' prices for cash. HUNT'S `HAT FACTORIES, b SMITH ST., oppoolte Woods' Timber Yard, VERY description of Hats and Caps 10 per cent. less than in 'Melbourne, '?es--Superfine black Paris hats, 12s. 6d. tra, 1bs. 6d. N.B.--Ths trade supplie...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANTIEPIDEMICAL LOLLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

ANTIEPIDEMICAL LOLLIES. t A receipt' for compounding the Eustonian antiepidemical lollies:. pro I ventatives,iand remedies for all morbific atmospherical germs, affecting the skin and mucous membranes universally. "Hast thou found honey P Eat so much as is sufficient for thee, lost thou be filled therewith, and vomit it." :FIRST 'PIaoOEDURE.--Select a clean half-gallon pot or saucepan, into which place' two 'pounds of the best moist sugar iand gradually dilute the sanie with two pints of soft, or rain water. This mixture must next be boiled or evaporated, over a small ardent fire, until it assumes the consistency of thick treacle. As a precautionary test ;to ascertain when the sugar is in a fit condition to be removed unburnt from the coals, immerse end of a glass rod, or stem of a now clay pipe therein, from timoe to time, (after first plunging such indicator into a basin of cold water) when, if the liquid sugar adheres to the rod and rapidly hardens thereon the preliminary stage i...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

Not so very wrong.-Mlitroess: " Yes, it is abovo the avorago. By the way--(to first boy)-what Is the moaning of avorago?" First boy: "Please, m', don't knowlv" Second boy: "A thing heon lay on!"- Mietress: "Nonseonso, what do you meanP" Socond boy: " Why, father says our honq 1ay tour eggs a day-on an average L"

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY ABSTRACT OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

WEEKLY ABSTRACT OP BIRTHS AND SDEATHS,. AnSTiAoT of births and deaths registered in the metropolitan and stIburban districts during the week ending EIeb. 5, 1876. 'Distri?t. Births. Deaths, Brighton;.... ., .. 1 4 Brunswick. • ... ... 4 2 Collingwood. .., ... ;21 20 Fitzroy (North) .. .. 8 ,7 Flemington , , ... 1 . Footscay . ... 2 1 Hawthorn ... ... 2 8 Kow .,, ... , 1 61 Melbourne 'South); ' '. . 1, 25 Melbourne (Nortlh) , ... 86 27, Melbourne West) . ,, 5 10 Prahran.. .,, . .. 7 Richmond ?... .. 10 8. Sandridge ' . ... 6 5 9 Emerald Hill .... ... 109 10 South YParr ... l ' 8t, Kild.,.. 'Williamstown . ... .. 56 150 . 151 'Of the' total death' 59, . or 89 per cont., were, children not xpereding the age of 3 ydars, 40 being under the age of 'one year. .The 'deiAhs ascribed to scarlet fever amount to 10.?

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

Government .A.vertismaenot. SALE (No. 4283) of CROWN LANDS in fee simple, at the auction rooms of Mr. G. Walstab, 59 Queen street, Mel bourne, on Tuesday, the 22nd day of February, 1876, at one o'clock p.m., TOWN LOTS. Carlton, parish of Jika Jika, county of Bourke, in Canning and Drummond streetd. Upset price, £1 per foot. Charges for sur vey, £t. Area, from 19 5.10p, to 30 1.10p. Allotments 24, sec. 101; 29 to 34, see. 111; frontages from 33 feet to 604 feet 8 inches. COUNTRY LOTS. Parish of Yarragon, county of Buln Buln'. Dr. Lloyd's 19th section block. Upset price,' £1 per acre. Charges for survey, £16. Area, 320a. Allotment 2. Valuation, £1616 2s. 6d. Parish of Warragul, county of Buln Bulni being the lots applied for by Dr. Dobson and Professor Strong. Upset price, £1 per acre. Charges for survey, £106: Area, 320a. each. Allotments 1, 2. Valuation £121 14s. each. Parish of Scoresby, county of Mornington, 19th section' block of Mr. Isaac Pear. Upset price, £1. per. acre. Charge...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTION MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

EILECTION MEMSB. The election campaign for Collingwood was opened on Saturday evening last by Mr. William Gaunson, who addressed a goodly number of the electors in the Studley Arms, Wellington street. Mr. McLaughlin occupied,. the; ghair,; and introduced. the candtdate, who gaveashis reason for seeking tie siiffrages of the eleotors of Collingwood, which necessitated his throwing up a Gov ernment appointment, where he was in the ,receipt of about..£200 per year; that Sir James McCulloch having threatened to gag his brother, might find moans to bring his inlhience to bear upon himself. In his speeoh Mr. Gaunson stated that he was a staunch protectionist, and was in favor of tho present Education Act, which he would strive to see carried out in its entirety. He 'was also a devoted supporter of that much '*roiiged" party, the "stone wall." The candidate having dwelt at some length upon his opinions, in regard to the McCulloch .,Government, said, that he would ask the electors not to pa...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. COLLINGWOOD V. CAPULET. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

COLLING WOOD V.u GAPULET. Ti Snatch wa. resumed on Saturday tleo *1eingio bot 800"' persniis ' 'the ground,' who':manifeSted great interest in the whole ganie. Drew and Hodges went to theowicketsato face the bowling of Black and Bruce; the latte? shortly after the trial ball taking H. Hodges, 8-20-93. LacOy went in and was clb'verly stump~tl by'Bloor, 9--0 +-9-8. l Maynard' took Laoey's place. Drew was shortly after,Caught by Hayes'off Black, 10-0--101;, Maynard, not, out, 3. The Collingwood then sent Black and Leonard *to the wioketd; Leonmard got run out through the sinart'flelding of Lacey, 1-3-2. Brueoo then took his place, and Lacey bowled Black, 2-7-11.,.,, Badook took his place, .and scoring commenced, 44. being up when Bruce was caught by Lacey in fine style off Whiteoik, 3--16--44.' Coulsoni took Bruce's place; and: before being separated the score stood at 68, Coulson then getting out leg before wicket, to J. Whiteoak, 4-4-68. Bloor went ii 'and made a few singles when Bad...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, S . Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Rejected communications cannot be returned under any circumstances whatever. No ;iotice can be taken of anoJnmous comr munications. Every letter miest. be accom jpanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for .publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. To avoid inconvenience and delay to persons interested we have to request that all businesf' communications, including advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad dressed to GOrIFITHi & SPAvaux, and no' t the EDITon. ADVERTXSEreNTHR, in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns should he addressed to the Editor. .

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

VALENTINES ' VALEN·TINES; WE0irnaALE AND D WrAIL TOY & FANCY REPOSITORY, :218 Smith st.. Collingwood. For valentines, stationery, albums, con certinas, toys,, and fancy goods of every description. . , . "-,l ier wool 4d. per dozei: ' torblccepers and h awkrs supplied. MRS. HIGGENS' P-"°E POSITORY, ' pRII~REET, FITZROY. ' , :": ý ilresat variety. Patterns M ij terial for Braiding. inool in great variety f Office for Servants, 1_t ieed Acetio Acid. ;FAIRLAM, t;v ioy d& Variety, Depot, 181 LYGON STREET, The only Shilling Window in Carlton. THOMAS E. VERGA, OOI*IMRIAL ANIl GENERAL, PI1NTEB, PAPER.BAG MANUFACTURER, Grocers' Stationer, do., YB TSSELL STREET, MELBOURNE. BOOTS ! BOOTS I Why buy your boots anywhere else P COitizens, study your pockets, and come to '.' :iRICHARDS, Opposite Wesleyan Church, 143 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy., F you want first-class Boots and Shoes - you will find them at T. PETERS 74 SMITH STREET, COLLINGWbOD, From 10 to 15 per cent. below Melbourn...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FRANK LAYTON. (AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

H FRANK' LAY TON. (AN AUSTRALIAN Troitr.) BY 'G. B. SARGEANT. (rno' O'"Lasons noun,") "Ir I had any remaining hesitation about It," said Layton looking round, "this would be eniough to decide me. I would not spend a month at the diggings among such company 'on any rational consideration." " Neither would I, if Iwero precisely in your situation, and with your. pros pects," said Effingham. "At.the same time, you should undorstdnd that'those scenes are only caricatures, mid vei y broad ones, of real life at the diggings. At any rate, I neverl saw at the Turon diggings anything -a tenth part so scandalous anrd disgusting as we have witnessed during the few hours we have been in Melbourne, There, it was com paratively woll-ordered society, amen able, at any rate, to law and good sense and morality. Here, all three seem to be abandoned and set at defiance." " Such myn as those, however," rejoined Frank, speaking low--for he did not wish'to draw, upon himself the notice of the vile crow by...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

BANKRUPT DRAPERTY STO CKS. W. JOHNSTON & Co flae jiust added the Stock of ! : · " aa" " ' "" S - To th following Stocks: THE SURRENDERED ESTATE of PATRICK RYAN, FITZROY; . Also theID, apery , Stock :of JOIIN RYAN INSOLVENT. BANKSEIZURE 167 Bxuinsawok St. All the above Stocks have been purchased by W. JOHNSTON & C0., At an enormous discount, And. are noW offered at a TREMENDOUS ACKRIFICE! At the '1OTED CASH DRAPERY SESTABLISHMENT, 167 Brunswick Street, W: JOIINSTON ,oo. SPROPRIETORBIS. BANKRUPT DRAPERY STOCKS, NIL DESPERANDUM: A OCERTAINOUBE EFFECTED BY TAXING ,; .... ; AUMONT'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS T?ms remedy will be found very beneficial in cases of Rheumatism. Rheumatio Gout, Lumbago, and indeed all those Rheumatic affections so nearly allied to them, such as painful affections of the nerves, Swelling and Enlargement of the Joints (partIcularly those of the feet and hands) Flying pains, occasionally affecting all parts of the system, which usually terminate by...

Publication Title: Mercury
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

,:FITZERPY-TfURssDAY, FEIDIAnY 17. Beforo'Messrs. Thomas Kidney (Chair. man);Ewing, aridWoodhoad. ' ,E. Lbnoy, was charged with furious driv. ingj on.thoeNorthooto road. He was fined 20s, with the alternative of three days' im pnisolim6nt;. " A Preston cabman named Thomas Koan, wasfined 10s or forty.oight hours' impri. sonment for overloading. It was proved tthat defondant had no loss than nine pas. sengors in his cab. , Georgo King Was summoned for cruelly illtteating a horso in the Heidelberg road. Ddfendant did not appear, and a; warrant 'was drddred to issue for his arrest. S(Messrs.; Woodhead"und Ewing loft the Bench.) '?'own Inspoator v.'Jolin'Craddook; allow-. ing nightsoii from his closet to flow into a right-of-way off Groaves stroet. Fined 10s, with ?1 is costs.,.. , i.

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

ablUo . ompanies. EVERY. MAN OUGHT TO:INSURE AGAINST FIRE. THE NATIONAL' INSURANCE COM PANY of AUSTRALASIA (Limited) ' MODERATE RATES OF PREMIUM,, DIRECTORS. Chairman-Richard Twentyman, Esq. Vice-Chairman-Thos. Moubray, Esq., J.P. , J.;L. M'Olure, Esq. Thomas Alston, Esq., J.P. Hon. C. J. Jenner, M.L.C. Matthew Lang, Esq. Henry Stevenson; Esq. Head Office: No. 1 Market-square, Collins ast., Melbourne. WM. MACREDIE, Esq., J.P. Secretary, This Company covers tho risk of explosion from Gas. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING, LAND,; AND `".._ .. S'In vestment Assocition. ,,Registored under Friendly Sooleties' ; Statute" 18865. SHARES;o £25 EACH. Entrance Fee, One Shilling per Share. Fortnightly Subsbription, is. per Share. Offers remarkable inducements to. I NV EST ORS, . The nost-liberal terms to BORROWERS, And the following rates of Interest to DEPOSITORS, In sums of £1 and upwards: 12 Months ... 8per cent. per annum; 3 ,, .... 6 ,, Pay-day-Every alternate Moniday. : -OFFICE: 62 COLLINS ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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SATURDAY, FEB. 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

:?SATURD'AY, iFEB. 19, 1876. ----" I BEFoRE our next . issue Colling0voo will be called upon t denote its coic 'in. the ,ballot-b9x of one of the fou gentlemen who have offered themselve to fill the vacandy occurring through the death of the Hon: J. F. SULLvANsw Of the candidates' thus offering themL splyes 'we can say little 'but what, the electors generally know. Mr.. WILLYA GAUVsoN,' who was first in the' field, :i a brother of Mri GrA?Nson? the memibe forAar at.' He hasl we understand, 'resigped his pituation as an Officer of the Central Board of Health,,for,whicl he was receiving a salary of £200 per 'annum, in:order" to cotitest 'the 'cono 'stituencyi He comes out in the liberal interest, ,and ''a an opponent of the present Government. He i° new to politics, at least in this district, and hag all his experience to gain. Mr. CnARLES COOK, the barrister, has; already had some experience in political matters. He also announces himself a. candidate in the, liberal interest.. He is...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

" Good inorrowtI'tl Sh. Valentine's day, All in the morning botime, And I maid at your window To be your valentine," So chanted poor Ophelia in the spirit of the old Romans and older Greclans, as the shadow of Saint Valentine flitted aerosa hro piith into his more sombre colors. It was not the reflex of the jovial bishop, who was so noted for his charity and love, that when hlie was hoheaded in . Claudius'. reign, .on the Palatine Hill, (near where the founders of Rome were suckled by the snored wolf) who was immediately cannonized, and the custom of sending greeting in his name was instituted. No, the cruel spectro that so afillited Shakospolro's heroine 'was an offshoot of the eenndmlou9 orgies that took place at the feast of Iouporpliy in Britain, that celebrated the budding of thoe 0pw year into sprnug-tlho congenial mating of the feathered songstors and the glorlfl. oauPn of love. When saucy maidens intd holtmirtn~d you lths placed each others' names 1 q bvoes; ýnnd drew by ;lo...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEA AND TEA-DRINKERS. (NATIONAL FOOD AND FUEL REFORMER.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

TEA AND TEA-DRINKiERlS. (NATIONAL FOOD AND FT?Ir RNFOItMEa.) There is also reason to infer that much of our modern eye disease and ear disease is caused by the ton-drinking habit of our populations. The hoaring is affootod, at least indireootly, by colds --so much more common than among our forefathers before the introduction of tena. This is an absolute necessityl and it cannot be' explained by any change in the climate for the worse; anyhow, the fact is certain, and it is equally certain that the sudden heating produced by teon, as rapidly followed by refrigeration or chill, cannot fail to be a perpetual cause of the affection in queostion-so often the precursor of consumption. To sum up. Ifotea affects the brain and the nerves, and produces not only that state of things which is every whore known and called by the general term "nervousness," but also the severer ,forms :of' nervous'~disease; if 'moreover, it affects those avenues to knowledge--tho senses-it is manifest that it mu...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

GENERAL' NOTICE. THE Mercury is published every Saturday . Morning. Persons wishing to have the paper regularly delivered at their place of business or residence will be charged is. per quarter, payable in advaxice; by post ls. 6d. per quarter. The quarter commences on the firat Sat urday in the months of December, March, June, and September. .Tho Editor will.be. obliged. for.inform. ation-more especially relating to local matters. ... SCALE FOR, ADVERTISING. ...ý.. Business Cards, per quarter, from 7s. 6d. Official and Election Advertisements, each insertion, per inmoh .. 2s. 6d. Want places, Servants, Houses and . -, iLand for Sale or to Lot, Articles ' for Sale or .Exchange, Miscol. * laneous, Missing Friends, &c., Os. 6d. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ... ... ... is. Od. To, AnvzaTzenas.--Notice to 'wfthiaw advertisemients must be given in woriting. THE,Mercury can be obtained from any of, 'the following agents :.ub'beriptibio is. per quarter. :: , .. , G. CAR...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 19 February 1876

POLICE. 3 FITZROY--MONDAY, FznauAav 14th. Before ,Messrs. Falconer (chairman), Delbridge, Marsden, Woodhoad, and T. Kidney.. Alice. Douglass was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 2s 6d. Jessie Murray, Agnes Honeyman, Mary anne Coleman, Mary Grace, Jano Piokston, and Mary Symonds wore charged withvag rancy. , Murray and Honeyman were each sentenced to three months, Coloman to one month, and the others to fourteen days. David Philips and Thomas Manning were charged with habitual drunkenness, the for mer was fined 40s and thoe latter remanded for seven dayls. Two very seedy-lookingindividuals named Archibald Brown and John Farin were charged with vagrancy. They were each sentenced to fourteen day. Howe v. Land.--Fraud. The case was adjonrned for two months. Davern v. Levy.-Claim for £6 14s for goods sold and delivered. Order for amount and 5s costs. Hill v. Brundell.-Claim for £2 6s 6d. Order for_17s 6d and Ga costs., . . , COLLINGWOOD, TotsdA,' Fan. 12th. Before Messrs. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

R. KE RS HA TVW. Family ,q te ovi Mechant S!A???AHIR SRE, STOR . ' HODpLE STREET (ooesr Gipps street). ,' miP es, waitqso opi for orders. Eggs andFresh Butter. from best dairies. HQ I ,OLES, Oi p.;,p Faminty, Grocer, . o. ;' ! mELGIN ST:, CARLTON. Hoise and Land Agent, :r" I . rF r . . "- VICTORIA ,PARADE;; ,: MELBOURNE. Fi.. ve doorsfrom Dr. Brownless. Bordmand s;todon: g for Familioes--odorato. .rs, ,W ATSON, . F4 ·l EILY .G G OCER, ........ m : . S.PI RI 1ME........ . . 82 FEL ST., ?ellingwood.i .-,:,, Late ,.ofNo 1.viL' . T e r t ion' c, he.. + : .ooT ?' -. Biot, A*- ,. zI, T , eth,, ' Eý lep? ,+ ,LIN·o r, Co.re o,,l ios ... /J,.~ 'iZj itrets ,, (Next the New Bendigo Hotel) Gentlemen's own material made up: HUNrT'S HAT FACTORIES,, 186 SMiTH B T,,oppositd Woods' Timber Yard. VERY+ description of Hats and COps 10 .po.rcent lepss than :n1!olbburne, Prices-Superfino black Paris hats, 12s. 6d. extira,s. G6d. . .B.-Tlh srado sapplied with. hatters' materials of all- kindq cheap. MECHA...

Publication Title: Mercury
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LABOR AND CAPITAL. (MONTH.) [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 26 February 1876

iLABOR ' O ANj , OAPITAL (MoWTH.) , 1. Tnst te two groat forces, factory laws and trades'u'ioz~os, have been for fdrty years ,buiiily' at,work,, interfering ,most truly wvith the freedom of contract, but by this-interference raising the mass df the'induistrihl plopulatidn fror han abyss of infamy aud misery. If ;we compare the ;present; condition .of.i.our1 manu facturing and mining population with their condition from "abosit '1790 to 1860, 'th 'impidvemi?ent both'niiril iihd materii?is indeed great. ;To. deny this would be to contradict facts; and. those who have) d6ubts' on this ;?pointl ?'cati i'*f.6t''thhiw'&k' I hli?dvo'teii':'oited of Meirs. Lid'?? diow,1 and Ji d ,ones0on tihe Progress of the Workiug Class from 1832, tob 1867., But while. fully reddgnizing 'the'truth whiehis set forth by these writis, a~ia which ,I thinkl iB abroad, whpi,ontinue to think that.the horrors depicted by Faicheiatdd Engel re; still u~iabated,; none the less "I must protest againstiiutifoi...

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