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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914

JIRIUITATION O' TIIM SKIN, Ever have any irritation of tihe skin? There are many forms of it, any of them bad enough to tax your pIatelonce, Piles, a plague of the night, No ,rest for the suoerer from that complalunt, Hivos don't sound dangerous, but they cause such mis ery to those unfortunate enough to be troubled withthchem, I?czeme, too, the most torturing and obstinate of all skin dl8ceasos. IBut Doan's Oint ment is unequalled for overy skinl trouble, No such aillmeont can resist its healoing, soothing Inflluence. Lots of people know this now, Mrs James -Lunny, oil Parlitt Road Ovens Flats, Wangaratta, ?ays : "Fifteen years ago I made a state ment ,to the olleoct that we had prov ed the storling worth of oan's Oint) ment for irritation of the skin, andi for use as a genernl housiehofld l n 'C edy. )During these liLteuen yenr: we have not changed oiu mindi aboiut this valuable prpilratiou, unIlet-i t thlink l ett(, r f it. 8illvtir'iii [f'uin an "y fomi if ( ;i tr u bile, Ltuke ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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BUTTER EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914

BUTTER EXPORT TRADE, Mr. \, ,H. Osborne, manager of the Western District Produce Company, who recently visited England, re ported to his directors on a number of questions of instant value"to Vic torian butter companies generally, We have obtained a copy from r, I Osborne and propose to give some of his conclusions. ! Marketing,-Fully 80 per cent. of Australian butter is in open consignments, which gives the farmer full market value while maintaining control over the butter until it is sold in London, and at the same time it checks market rig ging operations of speculators, "Establish an Australian floor in London, with agencies in all the provincial cities" is the recommenda tion of Sir George Reid, and it is the goal to which: we are working, I and if New Zealand will co-operate ; but at present she will not do so, nor until we bring Australian butter up to the New Zealand stlndard, Not only~uniformly high quality, but continuous supply throughout the year are necessary if we are ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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AUCTIONEER'S REPORTS. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914

AUCTIONEER'S REPORTS. AIUURY MAiIRKETV. ----- M oesor Dalgety and Co. hold their Albury market on Tues;day, yardilg 'J331 ?heop, 72 fat cattlu and 35 pige, Prico; were olightly eaOier. Croa:e bred wv?othlll to 2:; Cid, cru~liredl e0ve) to 2li Cd; nlerino wctlhirc to 1.9I Cd; mncrinio cwta 1.9i 7d; primo lailnbi to 22 . Prl ui ii bullhockl to £18 ,I Cd; it ih'aft of 2)0 oVeragi'?lg ,13 12;; id; otlheri ,Cl. 7Ili; t.cero £9 15,1; prino W )ow) to .210; vealer'I £8 13e. l'ig:,.--Porkeri to ,55; Ibacon pig? to 123 2;; slile 218, 'Yolunghulsand, lHow and Co, Pty, Ltd, roleport hoIlding thoir Ahlbury market on,Tuesdlay, whlou they yard od 30 fat cattle arnd CO hit :hcop. ]lxtrenlo riatei were not maintainedytil hut pricee wIlrO intieufctory' and ,olllletiitli kleen. 1 hi biulllckuj 0.1:L to ,1L'8 Ia GC; ,Jood £11 to £:13; ?o~st (oWYl to ,21I ii; twelnty nici quallity hculloeki, averaged 113. \'ealere ,lo to ,..7, ( rosib'ed [Wetheri 23; to IGe ;d; extra heavy £1 110 th; xlrod eiein 2l8; ex...

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CHARITY CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914

CHARITY CARNIVAL, 1I----4 -- --. A mloting of the "'ports Com mnitteo of the (Charity (!arnival, which i akCes place onil .12th August, wais held at the U?ir'nival loolla, Ilnll'o Ileadl lIotel, on 'lTctiday ev ening, to conoillfcr mnltterl ill con lneetion with the ipor' prl'Ogallllle0. I'rent:-MDlr. 1, U. Vallfiderr (Pro? llldelt), Messri' ,A, StewarwIt, . Iloall, Al, (t'Keelfe, and I, J, Fr Stl0101, 'I'loe l're'identl stated that Mr. John1 1, I'. tafllord, teacher at the S tate 1chool lhimin, w\n mnongHtt the 1I0 teacheri to whom twenty tickets for the Art Uniotn had hIoon forwarded, Mr. 1r' Stalordil 1lu r1etrn ed the ticketl and forwarded the following lettcer:--1 amn returning the t\wenty art unionl ticketl, I, don't believe in gila lingll in ailly form, sto 1 coulldn't ?ell Licketis for all art ulnlion, Uinder lpilirato cover 1 illl enclosinllg twrl owrdf the Hlo1fpital 1l I feOl that it i: worthy of H;ulpport. -Thelo letter wtii received, and it wao pointed out that. 01ome11...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914

BIRTH. MUNTZ.-At Nurses McGregor and Spink's "Aberfoyle" Private Hospital, Rowan Street, Wanga ratta, on 20th April, the wife of T. C. Muntz-a daughter, DEATH MAUDSLEY.-On the 9th May, sud denly, at Cootamundra, N.S.W., Elizabeth, wife of the late Thos, Maudsley, and loving mother of Alexander, Sydney, James, Mrs, G. Doltsch, and Mrs Alson, Aged 78 years. Wangaratta Chronicle, Published on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, 16th MAY, 1914, --~~---~- ~ " ' , -

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RAILWAY CROSSING FATALITY INQUIRY. MISS GARNETT'S DEATH ACCIDENTALLY CAUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 16 May 1914

RAILWAY CROSSING FATALITY INQUIRY, -a-------- MISS GARNETT'S DEATH AC- CIDENTALLY CAUSED. Mr. J. W. W. Beaven, Coroner, on Thursday at the Court House, Wan- gartta, resumed t the adjoured in-   quiry touching the death of Miss Edith Garnett, who was killed at the   Rowan street, railway crossing on Friday afternoon, 8th May, by the Bright, train. Superintendent Davidson appeared to assist the Coroner in conducting the inquiry. Mr. E. Corr was present, under In   ;truetions from the lingine lrivern' As;;o hciation; Mr', C. 1, ,Ilunal , iln 3pector of t.he'liolling Stock llranch, l,oconottiv'e )ivinlon, iand Mr, I. F. Smith, listrict. Superintendenl, on behalf of the Tran:lortit.ioln Branch, \lero lpresent, to wlat.h thoe proceed inig, No onie \ans lp'resent to watchl pirocreedinlig: on behalf of l deeasedl tll l'ti rela tives. The following jury was empanell- ed:-.Messrs. W. J. Bickerton (fore-     man), R. beam, J. Dal...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

POULTRY. (BY YyANDOTTE) l'he wise breeder is the one ,who has his ltowl in lull prolit at th0 present time as eggs are averaguig bor now laid Ul to Is.lOd in Ivlol bourno, thus mzlaing each egg wortn nearly, two p10co as againsl the careless or loss cbmprelhenslve one, who gets his eggs in the spring an1 summer, and sells for Cd to ls, whilst mn botLh eases the fowls coat the same to feed, if tao fowls are well over the moult; fteed well on nitrates, this is the dearest food, but will lead the fowl to quicker pro. it. Gtrow greens for the winter feed, lottuccl clow molter or 1000 headed kale, and if you are short of rooeens at present got wheat, oats or bar loy and sprout it by molstening every night and morning until the sprout and root are about 3 inches long, give as much as the fowl can oat as they cannlot over gorgo on green food, Keeoopl the fowls in a good warm place and have plenty of dry litter for them to scratch in,

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ANNUAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

ANNUAL ONOIERT. On Monday evening a concert was held in the church, presided over by Mr. W, E, Davis, the Snperlntond ent, Rev, J, J, Brown also occupl ed a seat on the platform, and later on distributed the prioes to the successful scholars, There was a good gathering present. The pro gramme, which was entirely given by the children, was a lengthy one, yet at no time was it uninteresting, in fact was one of the best yet pre sented in connection with the Sun day School. The report, as submitted by the secretary, Mr. Jas. Murphy, showed that the school had progressed in a most satisfactory manner during the past twelve montlhs, there being 123 scholars on the roll. They had beeoon most unfortunato lately in losing several of their teachers, dnd as sistance in this respect was needed. The finanocial statement showed a credit balance, as compared with a small debit last year. Four schol are had gained the possible number of marks during the year, viz., 450. The Chairman also spoke on t...

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DISTRICT NEWS BOORHAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

DISTRICT NE WS ----- * BOORHAMAN, . A tnnis match will If pIaycd at Kllolwarra on Friday aIturnuon next ('lninpiro Day) hetween Hoorhalman and Kil.lawaii'rr teanis. Thel follow ing Boorhaman players are invited to make tihe trip:-Misscs Minogue, Bayliss and Byrno (2), and Moessr Raines, Cunningham, Phillips and Minogue. Emergencies: Misses Phil lips and Raines, and Messrs Bayllss, J, Minoguo and II. Kent. Players unable to go will kindly notify Mr, Cunnilngham as early as possible. The, School Commlttoo mot on Wed nesday night, Mr, A. E. Sandlord presiding, Mossrs Kent and McDon ald being present. Mr. A, Bonny was duly nominated to become a member of the committee, An ac count for repairs to pump (12s) was passed for payment. It was decided to celebrate Arbor Day in a fitting manner on June 12th. All residents are cordially invited to to present at the celebrations. It was resolved to hold a children's concert and dance on August 7th, in aid of school funds. Other mat ters of a rout...

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EVANS & LANGLANDS [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

~EVANS & LANGLANDS Evans and Langlands report hav ing held a special sale of store cat tle at Wangaratta on Friday last, when they yarded a large number of cattle-to a lull attendance of buy ers, A big proportion of the yard ing consisted of bullocks of three years old and.upwards, which sold readily at prices in advance of all previous sales, Bu3llocks £5 9s to £8 7e; steers to £4 17s 6d; cows in fresh condition to £5 12s 6d; others £3 'Ss to £4 17s Gd; heifers to d5 7s Gd; backward springers by the plen to £5 2s; bulls £5; poddies to 32s; calves 18s, Evans and Langlands report hav ing sold the following property in the estate of the late John Byrne, of Moyhu, 639 acres at a very satis factory price to Messrs McDonald Bros., and J. Carmichael, of Greta, On behalf of the late James Egan, we have sold buildlng allotments in Norton street at satisfactory prices,

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AUCTIONEER'S REPORTS. ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

AlsiL'KHY MARKET, The Al bury Wool and l'roduco ]'rok!(trn (,'Yo() ghi| m;ii~altd, ltu'w, and ('o, I'ty. Ltd., nidl ihigtl' y and tio, iltd.) Heldl their iimal imothly mile 01 v,'uiil, l,lch'ip uiiii, hidc-, tallow, 'I'lhn joiltt eat..l ue e rieii l 8) I (l (i wiu', l, 1 2 a l. ; ;wU Il, 11,';i0U tle l iLi .ilin., l illi)hiiiid: , 3j toilnj tul tlwi , l1 ; l oii.1 rabl t, l l , \o in TlU e a>t trL ilntnct of buytri) \w;on e;c. pt(;'lH;ionaIllv tift h.ili; \\'ule w .a.s Ie Woul, JJD ilJ xbred ci O tlllii :', d li t.o bid i ; h irt, lutI hcavy :iBd tt ud; |uiit lftine 3jd ltou 5dl; hult and lna\y ;i'd ito lid; d i,aid o((d tidt init; lIcti Kt. l to i,d. 1,hi: c| i, :ii;. - j|(.,t line, w,,e(ll :r i',' ii i'ed i tL id; ctlu. 2 iii's , ld to td; iitL (;?,d t 71di ; damli g cid tl ito tid; be| t C1 inu, well ,roi'tiWn, Idl to 'd, daiinta ;d Bicut, di LI) io l; d ImactgLd aiiort, td to 5id; tluiii tin;.lha, li to 8ki d; I hort aildt 'dui,,a i I 'ti. '6 to 'adi, lUdeui.-]J,-L b tchriici...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO. MYRTLEFORD SPECIAL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS -- --+ - FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00. MYRTLEFORD SPECIAL SALE. Flanagan, Newman and Co, report having held a most successful special sale of store cattle at their yards, Myrtleford, on Wednesday, 13th inst, when they yarded upwards of 500 cattle of all classes from the hill country, included in which were some splendid lines of bullocks. From the outset the sale was very brisk, local buyers and outsiders alike competing strongly for everything ofiered, withI the result that the whole of the fine yarding changed hands at prices satisfactory to vendors. We quote best bullocks, well grown, hill coun try bred, sold for Mr. Geo, Weston, made £8; bullocks a/c Messrs Webb Bros. £7 13s; line a/c Mr. J, McFad yen £6 1s; others a/o Mr. G. Wes ton £6 10s; nice line young bullocks a/o Messrs Moore Bros. £5; a/c Mes srs D. and N. Olemens bullocks £71 2s 6d; line of good steers a/e Mr, T'hos, Hogan £5; lines of steers £2 12s, £1 7s to £5 6s; springers £5 Bs to £5 10s; store...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

MELIOURNE CATTLE MARKET, Fat Cattle,-1925 yarded on Wed nesday, including 450 from the N.13. There was a large attendance of both local anld country trade, and the market for bullocks opened firm, at late rates, but with spirited corm petition quickly hardened to 15s to 20s above last week's best values. The demand for cows of all grades was very brisk throughout, at prices fully equal to those of last market. Quotations:--Best pens of bullocks, £13 to £14 12s Gd; extra to £16 7s Gd, with odd beasts to £17 lOs; good pens of bullocks £111 to £12; good light and handy weIghts £9 10os to £10 10s; second and inferior fromn £8; prime pens of cows £8 15s to £9 12s Gd; extra do, from £10 10os to £11 10s; odd cows to £13; good pens of cows £7 to £8 5s; second do. £5 15s to £6 15s; inferior cows from £2 17s Gd.

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CHARITY CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

CHARITY CARNIVAL, An enthlusi tic miiectiiing of the coIn muittee of the carnival, in aidl of the Wangaratta hlopital oh Anugut 12, was held ait th0 club roolmh lllt' Heiad Hotel, on Mondal y i eve.ning. Ilre sent:--M. 1'. C. Vallender (1r ii dent), .l), Iocker, Mlc;i':;r A. Stew art., 9l, i'Kl(eeh W. C. lhitniehl, (. A. I10ine, (., lI, i oniem r, ~. J. 1i. F'e'rlgut;o , , U i. tror W. J. 1iictr toto, A. 'T'. ('lcnente, ,1. Ihicklly, II, M1irdhch, J. II, Mao;umn, I, 91, (A.nan, 'I'. L,('e, ('. titew rt, i . , linch Icy, II. 1all (?ecrellarly.) An apol igy wan received for the aitihnece of Mr, T1, (Irahuan, lette r were rceivedl froil llriglht 'Town lioanl, lenialla M1chauiiic:2' firtis: Iland, Bei\nllt Municilpal lanud, Tlun gaiiniah lhand, nil Telford Piperi?r jiianl, intiniatinllg tl ti they woilhl lie 1leansed to nat;o t the ernivan el hy their preeence. The following mniiciiii aliitiee inti matedl tlhat step) wolil ie tiken to have A nguiit 1: piir(clninild a pallic holiday in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

FLANACAh, NEWMAN & CO SUMMARY OF SALE8. WIEDNIHSDAY, 20th MAY. Myrtloford Fortnightly Marklct. T'UlllJi1)\AY, 2lit MAY. Wangargati .Sl't'|1 aIIdl Cattle Mar kot. F'iIDAV, :22il MAY. Special Ilorno Sale att \Van'garatta. SATUDIl)AY, 3ird MAY, Sale of Wangahratlta Towln Proporties, on account of various owners, as advertised, MONDAY, 25th MAY. Salo of 104 acres freoohold land at Whorouly, a/c Estato late D. F. Oarmody. TUESDAY, 26th MAY. Pig and Dairy Cattle Market. FRIDAY, 29th MAY. Sale of 162 acres lederang Freehold Land, account Mr. W. J. Smith. To be oflered at Glen Greeok Ho tol, Dodorang. SATURDAY, 80th MAY. Olearing Sale at Harrlotville, ad count Messrs D. and N, Olomons, WEDNESDAY, 3rd JUNE, Myrtleford Fortnightly Market, Sale of the Freehold of 'Oricketor's Arms Hotel, Myrtleford, MONDAY, 8th JUNE, Clearing Sale at Boorhaman account Mr. H. W. Dorlck, FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & 00, Auctioneers, Wangaratta and Bonalla MONEY AVAILABLE FOR IN. VESTMENT ON BROAD ACltll SI...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

BEEtCHWOIRTI-I, At tihe month1ly meeting of the ()Ovens )ltrict Ih,:;l)ital the collector (Mr. Chanion) reported having c,l. lecteld £I 11,P Ud im the m(ontlh of MIalrcih iiiiil April LtI omlp?ad with £U113/8 lin the correq ul.?,dint?, Ioth)lls.]i of 1ll Alt13 t(.lllQ(t collctC L .hil Cealr to date. t577 1hJ dd a.] ]y againt ,CIo) !iiI~l itr iiL I tal c 0)1', 1 L tiillat *LLttOJ[ I115 tllriing lhe ([lclaonilll' lejall of fetl. yptr' The huno, , tea'ure r llorlted a ldebtor Ibalance of .12;7 ,h 5d. Recently the branchee of the 1' I,,. in the Ovenu electorate nelected as their candidalte for the next clec tion for the Leg slati\A Asenmbly. Mr. Becnnett, who oplposed the lion, A.iA. Billlson on a former occaulon, The executive of the P.L.C. In Mel l:ourne has now endorsed the selec tion of Mr, Bennett as the Labour candidate, BENALLA, Mr, A, Brown, of Mirboo, has been soelected as tile Labour candidate to oppose Mr, Carlisle for the lienalla electorate at the State general elec tion in...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Wangaratta Methodist Church. SUNDAY, MAY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

UIIURUH SERVICES. Wangaratta hMothodlsl Churoh, SUNDAY, MAY b1, Wya n tta 1 I .--lItuv, , . J. 1liowni WIngr gtta 7it Ut?.--hev, J. J, Irown. I lltlurin do II,--MrI . hlorIl, y. 1lldorI do 7.-.hl'. Morsl.y. ('alrl''~;rr tl'nunlllllll e :I. ,- r. Mlorraley. 1]ve\ton'tl ;, -i; ev . , J, ,I lrown, lI)ot('h nitl n l llI I,--M r, Il Vanlt, ]lil) ' ion ;:.-1 i', J \' ltllllf .

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GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. LONDON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

C1Ol' CIIAMI'IONSIIIP'. LONDON, ,Moalday Night. A Htart wat mathe tou-lay with thu contest for the Am tateiur Colf (~lhall, llonshlip, which hau attracted 2'1 ontriou, and ii; heing held on tlhe lRoyal i-(t. I r l gel (llh'it iolrIst, aitL andwvich. i\ Whil t:o, o,1 pen ( hanir' plon of Aiitrialia, ,aa oei~ce'.?lul in the tirel elt'll whel hl e defeatud ,S:tewa'r. by '? up nuol 5 to piny. An other AustlrallanL in Alpp'rly hout. Weaiver, hy l alld , hlt i a hltd hide le'IIIOan.tative of theP ( nunonwea\V'Ilth [11 l'erry welnt doiv ,' to l iIItller y lt ailld 5. aMr. W. (ontotil.r'; well nown rnein stalliont, 'lhe? Dhwtr, died at, \Vhe - onlly, hnt'd v.'eelk, 'l'h{' l)oc't r,tr hy A.mbherst .-lune, wasi hred hy $1'. W. (Younglmer, of h't'taI, and like otheren of tuhe n le hleudu win a lc.oiful l er, former on? tho luttt',

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St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Wangaratta. SUNDAY, MAY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

St, Paul's Ptoshaytorlan ChurOhl Wanuaratta., ilJNI)AY, MAY 2.i A ngar~attat 7 .--]Lev, le'. ('hieha n. llnwraltL z 13 ,---]1r , J ?. (Jhne h)lt

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CHANGE FOR PEACE. MEXICAN SITUATION. WASHINGTON, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 20 May 1914

OHANGE FOR PEAOE. MIXIOAN SITUATION, WASBHINGTON, Monday Night. The situation in regard to Mexico Is more hopeful If statements current in Washington to-day are correct, It Is understood that Provisional President Hucrta has authorisecd the Mexican peace delegatci to ubmnhit hli resignation to tlhe Niaguara Con forence if such a COUIII's is fotnd en sential to the success of the negot intions for a peacef[ul ?cttlcmcnt, It is thought lkely that the whole scope of tie negotiations will e widened so as to i cludle the ica;t mneans of pacifying Mexico, Ninety Americnll refugces etsca pdi from Mnzanille, a Mcxica a port, abonrd the ] British steam'r I etrlal, which hts arrivwd at Ahn Franclsco,

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