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THE MESSAGE FROM MARS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

THE MESSAGE FROM MARS ? ?? ? — ^ For some weeks past the planet Mars has glowed in the night siy, and, now that it is only 42,000,000 miles from our earth, attempts are again being made to scan it in detail, and to peep if possible into those strange scratchings on the Martian disc that Schiaparclli long ago called canals. In Queensland engineers are planning great irrigation -works to spread closer settlement farms over present arid areas; but the reticulation tactics in this mundane State may be as nothing compared with the vast designs which the Martians are supposed to have for carrying their rare water reserves across the desert stretches which even from this distance stand out through the telescope as broad ochre patches. The idea of Martian canals is certainly fascinating, and it has some rational arguments to support it. Those markings on the Martian surface seem to ran straight from the fertile-looking blotches of pale green, over the arid-looking waste. Optical illusion ma...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

Special Advertisements The APPEARANCE of YOUR CAR will Attract Attention anywhere fay using AREGEEBEE (Registered) Polishing Cloth FOR MOTOR BODIES AND ALL POLISHED SURFACES. Will Not Harm the Most Delicate Material. Avoids the necessity of- continually tvasblnp cars, which causes squeaks and rusting bj water lodging in the crevices of chassis and m udguards. From AH Keputable Garages and BARNES AUTO CO., Cr. Queen-street and North Quay, BRISBANE. JR f|P 'FRY FOR THE EYE' vff^^P1 '^H^^gf QUr optometrists are optical specialists Holding highest qualifications. 'Phona 6198. FRTS OPTICAL PARLOURS, berdi^£?Itreet' OUR CHRISTMAS NUMBER Tales, Articles, Drawings Contributions are invited from writers and artists to the Christmas Number of 'The Sunday Mail,' to fee published in December. Australian Subjects Preferred. ] Literary contributions not to .exceed each 2000 words. Photographs or drawings illustrative of articles welcomed. Forward on or before THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1926. 'Endorse...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

! GOOD NEW BOOKS ' . X remember seeing somewhere now jnoy peopl* -wen ul& to be suffering jtroni indigestion— I don't know what $b» percentage waa now. hot it was tig. Sm is a book that very many people ' ;*ai welcome, called - 'Indigestion.' * ^SUs lime book wlU tell yon all abcrat ,. ? ||fc aaa iow to prevent snd. cnre it. The Mtber Is Dr. Arthur L. Holland. Price «/6, postage 44. r^Snii'Sia-'Vte earns Us Uvtug, no ^natter whathsr It te in. * carpet-lined ?-'?^1SSb» ??? vta * *-oal nine, ought to read -, ,r£jpi» ««» hook by Sir Ernest Benn — 3^Bt I WW ? I**'81 Leader.' No V^^Starfwhat yonr peUtical or social --3.-:*f««a.:«ou .'irt'4 find much sound sense iMi^iwnlig to this book, it is 1 KaST*-^Sd « ? Wd, nevertheless. &%£S*mSitxSi*a*- -efflidWoiia, » great /^iI-So^rrtt4We. rrice 4/6, pestagt I-ean inges new oook. - iiay idousuui of » Bean,' Is proving a remarkable success, snd deservedly, too. Here the famous Sean of St. Paul's talks brightly and Interestingly on m...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SPINKS WINS AGAIN Fine Race for Silver Sash Thrills at Exhibition Speedway [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SPINKS WINS AGAIN ? ^ ? Fine Race for Silver Sash Thrills at Exhibition Speedway Charlie Spinks, the daring Hariey D«avidson rider, added fresh laurels to his fame at the Exhibition speedway on Saturday night, when he won the silver sash. The previous Saturday he secured the silver gauntlet, and holds two out of the three big trophies competed for since the opening of the new epeed track. Uwjug to tne big event now oemg re stricted to machines of 2J horse-power, Pearce was unable to compete for the 6ilver sasli with his Douglas, but possibly may have a special motor cycle ready for next Saturday. Pearce rode bril liantly in the mile handicap for machines of all power, and -was unlucky not to win. The most noticeable feature of the night's racing was the improvement of such riders as Frank Arthur, Arthur Tensen, Stan Durston, and Les. Crook hall. They are ali getting more familiar with the tricks of the track, and should be prominent at future meetings. Durston, on a B.S.A., put ur- ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
90 MILES AN HOUR ASPENDALE THRILLS H. MKAY'S FINE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

90 MILES AN ffi)tilt — * — ASPENDALE THRILLS H. M'KAY'S FINE RACE MELBOVBKE. Saturday.— Id spite of' threatening weather 4000 spectators attended ! the Aspendale Motor Speedway to-day, when i the carnival was continued. Interest mainly J centred in the reappearance of Spencer Strat- j ton, the New Zealand motor cyclist who 1 has just returned after a successful trip to the t Cnited States of America, and the fact that Harold Cooper, the daring motorist, was driv ing his speedy Ballot car. No end of thrills was provided, speeds varying from 65 to 80 miies au hour being obtained by solo riders. One of the most exciting events of the after noon was the final of the 350 c.c. solo motor cycle handicap, which was won by B. Pratt j (Hariey Davidson, 9sec) from H. M'Kay (A.J.S., Ssec). and Arthur Slmcock (A.J.S.. I Ssec), 10 yards seperating the placed men. 1 Owins to a misunderstanding in the signalling the competitors did an extra lap. Simcock 1 electrified the spectators by bis wonderful...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MOTOR CYCLIST KILLED FALLS UNDER LORRY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

MOTOR CYCLIST KILLED mm FALLS UNDER LORRY Ernest Middleton, an adult, of Lyt from his motor cycle on Saturday morn ton-road, East Brisbane, vras thrown ing, and run orer by a large motor lorry. Be was taken to the Mater Public Hos pital, and died shortly after admission. About 7.30 on Saturday morning J Middleton rode his motor cycle, 'which \ hada sidecar attached, out of the gate way of his home. As he did so a large five-ton motor truck came from the direction of Morningside. Middleton swerved his machine to avoid a collision. As he did so the cycle overturned, and he was thrown beneath the motor lorry, the rear wheel of which passed over him. 1 Mr. E. Vovrles 'phoned the ambulance i and the police. It was found that Middle ton was suffering from a fracture of the skull, a compound fracture of the right thigh, and fractured left foot and shoul der. First aid was rendered, and Middle ton was removed to the Mater Public Hospital, where he died as stated. It is thought that Middleto...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GOLF A FIVE-UP TIE AT YEERONGPILLY BOGEY WELL BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

GOLF - .A. ? A FIVE-UP TIE AT YEERONGPILLY BOGEY WELL BEATEN TeerongpUly colfera were catered for on Sat urday by a four-ball, best baU handicap against bogey, In which two pairs tied for first place with cards showing 5 up. The tourse was hard and fast, and the closely-cut greens required careful play. A stiff north easterly breeze added to the difficulty of several holes. H. W. Broad (5) and J. H Hill (11) fitted sceuracy over the first half, whilst his part ner carried on skilfully In the final stages. Broad holed the first nine in 38, his partner chipping to at only one hole— a half at the seventh In 3 — but both missed at the eighth, where the only minus to halfway was recorded. Broad's score read: 4, 4, 4, 3, 4, 3, 3, 7, 6 — 38. Coming In Hill won the eleventh, four teenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth. Boy Ham mond and partner stood 4 up at the turn, not having lost a hole at that stage, and they finished one to the good over the second nine. W. F. R. Boyee— C. O. Mant could o...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HAMILTON J. LOVE WINS TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

HAMILTON J. LOVE WINS TROPHY. The Royal Queensland links at Hamilton were taxed to their utmost capacity on Satur day, with the abnormal entry competing In the stroke competition for the trophy presen ed by the club captain (Mr. Eric Annlngh combined with the competition restriced to winners of tiie club's monthly medals and boceys. In the former event the maximum handicap had been fixed at 18 strokes, and pride of placp In the first round was secured by the veteran sport, J. Love, who, though a comparative newcomer to the golf links, has already achieved an enviable record. On Saturday he made light of the difficulties of the course and weather, and with 39-41, he finished three strokes under the course bogey. For the first nine he played a scr&ch game, his only mistake being at the fifth, where he exceeded bogey by two strokes. His fig ures to the turn — i. 4, 4, 5. 6. 5, 4, 3, 4— eufiSciently Indicate the meril of his play. Over the second half he was not so successful, t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WYNNUM FISHER—GOODMAN WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

WYNRUM riSKER — GOODMAN WIH. Moderate scores were registered on the Wynnum links on Saturday, when s good entry of members participated in tbe men's foursomes stroke handicap. Of those who returned cards, E. M. Fisher and his part ner, V. Goodman, did best with a net score of 74, their grosR tally being 90. Details: — E. M. Fisher — V. Goodman 90 16 74 J. A. O'Connor — A. H. Smith 92 15 T7 W. Kerr — P. B. Berry . . 99 21 78 K. T. C. Smythe — L. Steer 93 14 79 J. H, Eindntan — E. Donovan 96 16 80 G. W. Watcon — F. W. But terworth ? 102 18 86 :

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GOODNA CAPTAIN V SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

GOODNA CAPTAIN T SECBETAET. To mark the close ol tne official _ season of the Goodna Club, teams representing toe captain and the secretary engaged m a match on Saturday afternoor on a course that was in excellent playing order. Luck was against the secretary1! team. who. after tecurine a succession of wins, failed to maintain their advantage, and went down by one match. Details: — H. B. Ellerton (5 and 9) 1 v A. S. Fur °ejS J.' Farre!l 0 v J. Brown (6 and 5) 1. W. 6. Soulhey 0 7 J. U. Neil (7 and G.'h. Burrows 0 v Vf. B. M'Lelland (4 aDL. C. Constance (2 and 1) 1 v G. Tur 1831116 0. V. F. Jackes (2 »nd 1) v E. M. Scott 0. R. Pittard (4 and 3) 1 v H. Bryden 0. P. Smith 0 v G. P. Sta&rt (1 up) 1. H. Maddicfc 0 v J. A. M'Gregor (1 UPH. G. C. Shaw 0 v A. K. Grimes (6 and 4) 1. Ii. Pattison sq. r G. W. Sims sq. J. J. Smith (4 and 3) 1 v E. F. Doyle 0. A. R. Dewar (2 and 1) HG. Twemlow 0. ? J. Bestman (3 and 6) 1 v J. A. J. Fer guson 0. JE. H. Swain 0 v C. Percy (5 and 4) 1. A. J...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
INDOOROOPILLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

INDOOROQPILLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. Only two contestants played off their game In the second round of tbe championship of the IndooroopHIy Club on Saturday, J. H. Cannan defeating J. W. T. Robertson, junior.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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SANDGATE TROPHY WINNERS PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SANDGATE TROPHY WINNERS PLAY. Ko open competitions were decided on the Sandg&te links on Saturday, the day being de voted entirely to the first round of the finals among all winners of medals and trophies during the year. Results will not be avail able for some time. It is proposed to hold a secret hole compe tition during the Christmas season. In which all members of associated golf clubs in Queensland will be eligible for nomination Country members are particularly desired to enter so as to provide that degree of com petition that makes for the best success of the event. Further particulars will be an nounced in due course.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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IPSWICH GILL WINS MORT CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

IPSWICH GILL WINS MORT CUP. Finality In the 'Mort»* cup competition was reached on the Ipswich links on Saturday, when competitors engaged In the concluding round with the following result : — , F. Sands ? 80 24 66 J. Taylor ? 87 9 78 G. B. Gill ? 106 28 78 W. Halley ? 99 20 79 E. B D. Stewart ? 100 20 80 H. V. Gibba ? 104 24 80 J. C. Lonie ? 100 17 83 On the aggregate scores the trophy was se cured by Mr. G. B. GiU, with SO, 74, 3), 78— 232, followed by J. Taylor with 234 net. ''Grocery butter is so unsatisfactory, dear.' said the young wife, 'I Lave de cided to-day that we would make our own.' 'Oh, did. you?' said her husband. 'Yes; I bought a churn and ordered buttermilk to be left here Te{rnlarly. Won't it be nice to have really fresh butter?' ? : ? r;^ THCAT DEPENDS. ./ P;' ?; ^ The favourite story of a popular-mtea-* , t her of Parliament is of the bygone «oaeb* . ing days, when the ancient vehic&-jMi.*n' --'; outback run used to be driven ^ty . £ -: widely-known and i...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

F THE MAILS J\tel]« Till close at tfte General Post OJHV.e. Brisbane, for th« follovirtz places: — tfew-; South Wales, Victoria, South Aus Irsiia. .s'n'd Tasmania, 'daily, except Sunday, '.5 a.m.1 ? ' ^estensj Australia.. Tuesdays; Thurs 6V--. ar.J Karufdny*. 7.6 a.m. Tar Western Districts, .Tuesdays and P';'J8.ve. 1 .0 ? ji.-m. ' ' . ' ? ' Far Koitfcefu Vails, fiockhainpton and Ma*kty. Mondays, 'Wednesdays/ and Fri-r -lars.: tinnn: parcels. 10.15 a.m.: eupplemen ti*r. FrlJay, 7.0 'n.m. ? Wlat«n and Hugtetideii (overland). ifvJsy ar-'i' ThuTsdaTB. 7..VO p.m. jCsatral Districts. St. Lawrence. Bur ins, and Mickey, dijilv, except Sunday, 7 p.m. .- ? ? ? United Kingdom, ppi* Orricto, parcels r.nci Newspapers, 6.5 a.th.. letters 7.5 a.m., j.ui-i-l-_-mentnr.v. money ordofE.' 4 p.m.; re ~i«-«roU s-Tticles, 6.0 p.m., Kovember 1;' Mcketf. 6.5 a.m., letters 7.5 a.m., Novem ber. ?;. . Egj-pt, . India. . and Ceylon, per Orvicto, ? 7.3 , *.m., November 1 : supplementary, 7.5 «.m., 'November 2. -...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

^ ,. THE TIDES ?'. ? :i) ' ' TO-DAY 'i '?'.?. ' a.m. ft 2in p.m. ft. in '& lli$y- yiltt '.. 6.8 4 3 6.13 5 4 - Low n-ater ?. 0.0 12 — — j: 11.45 1 5 f: -: ; .. I0-MOBEOW. /?: IJith ' vater .-.' ' C.-58 4 -S 7.3 S 6 LI tow Tsaier . . 0.46 0 8 0.37 1 3. h Vae high vater »t Pinkenba add 2'2min ^ l» tiine oh bar; Dry -Dock a-dd 26nJin; In til ioor«*P«Hj'. ad4 Ihr 3Smin. Add another |:.^^W^^||frtaai'-tew.*t tt» place* ? li-^^^^&^^OTfB ' fink' '-: '- iii^i^^ * . ?? ? -

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SHIPPING DEPARTURES. OCTOBER 38. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

[?] :- ' . ;- ttfifAWURes. OCTOBEJt 36. .:- WUjNCANA, 3!K1 tons, for Cairns, tia -forts. '*?. Uai-aun»W. Ha»-Jlion imQ Co., agents. 6l»|r^*H. fKlT tuns. Tor Sydney. sod Mel 1' Wan»r Howard, Smith. 1.!-1... agents. SABbS. SSO4 . tons for Adelaide. vl- Dbris. -?.«u»atfl.! S.wJih. itfl;,, ajronis.-' ? ^ . . T-W#NA. T?l teas, for Maryborough *«d ?^ Bur.«j»btt;. SIccdonBliI, Hamilton add Co.. '-: :Sa&(in!ii .?? ' : ' ? - ' ??'-.. ii? fJMMHIBAfc 738 ion's, foe Sydney. John 'is;' ??U.urjt*.-' fcM.. .-.*tol«'. ??* fPRf PIJBTIS. St'S;' twos, for -Adelaide. iU - pfiti*. 4WW*.- Krhfiii and Co.. agents. 1* AVLARA; :..K»..(.1»s. foe Sydney.. Adelaide I MERHINiyf. :-t.SS9 tons, for NeK-casile. I ».-'e«y *M f«.. Ltd.; actnts. r HEU-ENIC. 4404 ftim for Sydney and New ?,;??? castle. Hi-.tfnM taMri'i. Ltd.. atents.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

I?,; FREEHOLD ?£:'TRtS iaunediate psssession. Bert pfteition Ktk dOSfef and ttjnbtr district. Kiee 2 etbre? ?iWiU^E.** w«tl . fonrfshtA, lBoIudlhg Piano, ?%&»)i .SS^toter. large hall attached, the ^walji..«M 'fii tins torn: pr PRIci, £4950 — ?& Vr BEPOBJT £1450. BS'^ \t^ ' ? ? ? ?SR':3;-t«ke Hens* Prepprty as part deposit. W&&£?ibmi— X#W». 10;eax»; S«nt. £5; Tak g3agv£70: Beer, S Halrea. ? P- PRICE, £2800 ||s-'v- ? : ITKANCE HALF. lp. H. SKJPPER K%,'-.;'. '. 615 qUBBN-STSHfcT . '.; ? ?. ' Kj|&f ' . - Simmons* Chambers). . . K&s'-V '. *l£tt -opp. T-nro HalL pBHBaaKaaaBBaBHetfaaaaBBBaBanHBBaBBaeaBBa 1 DORNOCH TERRACE : mh\ :; ' ? . ? \_ . I ft A CHARMING HOME [ B ' ? HEAT TILED BOOF ? m ??? ? , S&IAE.T GABIiJJ EFFECTS— TEIM LAWNS, * m' MODEEN DT EVEEY RESPECT. 5 S: . 1 WHTOTE FEOM TRAM. ? %'*\ A FINE BUNGALOW, vary attractive design, containing ? t--m '?'?' ? t-ro really larg» bedxooms. vestibule entrance, SMOKE B ; ; r ROOM, IJL...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

.' ' CHEAP, PREPAID RATES: — 16 words {not exceeding 3 K/ies), 9-£ per insertion; eacn additional 6 icortfs 3J. Limif, 54 words (not exceeding 9 lines). . ; Public Notices 2THJE METItOPOLlfAN WAtEB SUTpIy AND SEWEBAGE BOABD. TO WATER CONSUMEBB. Notice is hereby given that owing to an al teration ou tlie trunk main at Mt. Crosby on Sunoav, tlie 31st instant, tlic water supply will, tie cut off from 7 a.m. until 12 noon. Consumers arc therefore requested to store a supply of water sufficient for their require ments during the aborcmcotioncd hours. By' Order, J P. CLARK. Acting Secretary. Office of the. Board, Albert-street, Brisbane, October SS, 1926. ? . MARGATE BEACH 1. 4-roomed Cottage, with half-hall, veranda, all furnished, with stove, tank, . etc., 22 perches, handy to beach £383. 2. 5-roomsd Cottage, with all furni ture, stove, tank. etc.. veranda. 22 perches land, handy to beach. . £525. 3. Mice Comfortable Cottage, containing 3 bedrooms, half-hall, kitchen, dining room, «ood ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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FATE OF THE EARTH WHAT WILL IT BE? BALL OF LIVING FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

FATE OF THE EARTH — ♦ WHAT WILL IT BE? BALL OF LIVING FIRE Will thr partli some day become a star? Many scientists, among them geologists of highest reputation, now believe that something of the kind must inevitably take place. The latest tneory is that the crust oi the earth is melting from beneath, and that eventually the outside of tlie globe will become incandescent — in effect, a shell of fire. What furnishes the heat? The answer is radium. It has been estimated that the radium contained in the globe must be continuously generat ing: 137 times as much heat as is being radiated outward from the cruit of the earth. The rocky crust of our planet is so poor a conductor that not much heat comes through it from the incandescent core of -he plobe, where temperatures undoubtedly run to 8000 or 10.000 de gress Fahrenheit. But the radium eoes on jrpnprat.injr heat, and, so little of it being allowed to escape, thp rrmr»'r turn of the earth's interior is steadily risinc. with the result t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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DOG DAYS Sad Culmination [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

: DOG DAYS Sad Culmination ; V (By 'Catty Spinster.') .', Except for all dogs, the thing I :- ' . abominate most in the world is a ' Hog lover. Lately all my friends have taken to. dogs; consequently, I .-. -\ *m thinking of taking to drink. Clarissa, otherwise Clissa Campbell, . t lias been my dearest friend since we Iiowled together at the same dentist's *t the age of 10, and I hope I never . see- her again as long as I live! Four years ago she married William Valen .; tine, head of the firm of Valentine Brothers. Universal Providers; and, of course, her home has since been in his business city, Sydney. That means, that my visit to her last week came after four years of separation, for it is a far cry from Sydney to my home town in North Queensland. Loving Clissa, of course, I looked forward to adoring Glissa's babies, but the stork has been unkind, and has left the Valentine household un . ? Visited. As -we drove up the wide ; avenue to the beantiful old home that her millionaire...

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