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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

BIRTHS. Box.—On ibe 16th ult., >t Wappio, Delstftc River, thevtfeof ^obn B<a, Esq , of sum. DonOTix.—On the £&h ult, at Seudriilgs, Mrs. D. Bacons of • daughter. Fixulat,—On the 27 th ult., at Fol ton-street, the wife of J. R. FvadUy ofadsoghter. Hjuo.—Ob the 27th stt^ at Emerskl-hUI, the wife of William Heig, Esq., M.0., of a son. MIlwsaith.—On the 36th alt., si Fltsroy, Mrs. John M'liwnrtth of* ton. hotfur.—On the 20th alt., si Wlmmara-cattage, fit Kllda, the wife of Mr. H. Moteley of seoa. Ric*.—On the 26th ult, at the Black Bud Hold, Melop-fitreet Geeleog, the wife of Mr. Joseph Rice of s oioghier. ^' Ckith.—On the 21th ult- at Tans Vale, Ttfnk. the wife d P< E Smith, Esq., inaped^Tsuper* fnteodent of fxt&o^ of a daughter. Timm.—On the 21st «dt, at Wqrf Point, the wife of Mr. fiunl. Turner of a nan JlARRIAGES. ®"tWSnrar.-On UitSitgK.tir^dilllann . Jt £L Peter". Chorch, by the her. H- H. P. Hnna Odd, WUUun, otdew ton of Mr. John Orey, of T...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAMS. BEECHWORTH, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

TELEGRAMS. BEECHWORTH, Thcbsdat. At two o'clock this morning a report of | fiie was hoard. It proved to be eta hat la New town, which was occupied bp a poor woman ; | and her four children, The children were saved, but the woman was homed almost to i a cinder. SYDNEY, Fridat. The pilot at Manning River reports that on the 27th the Mary, Flying Fish, and Emily Ann, took the bar, the aea breaking fearfully. The Mary took the bar eafely. The Flying Fish broached to, lost one man, and got her decks stove in. The two vessels I got on shore. The Emily Ann broached to, . turned over, and Is sow a total wreck, with the loss of all hands. The schooner Southern Light is repotted to have foundered in Broken Bay on the same day, all hands drowned. The result of the civic election has been | declared to-day. All the late aldermen, save one, have bstn re-elected. Business very dull. Tea sale to-day showed | decline on lale rates. The Brisbane telegram states that a great fire brohe ont last night...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT CHALMERS. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

PORT CHALMERS. Nov. 18.—Craigievar, for Melbourne. Nov. 20.—Thomas Brown, for Laurowtou. Not. 22.—Reliance, for Hobart Town ; Eclipse, for Sydney ; Tana, for Newcastle. Tbe ship Callianee, Captain Brown, for OUmden Harbour, baa been detained at tbe BewL for several days by contrary winds. Tbe sheep, of which there are a great number on board, are all in good health ; and, from the excellent ventilation of tbe Mdp, there is little doubt that they, as well aa tbe other stock, will continue in the same condition. The auxiliary screw steamship Great Victoria, of tbe Black Ball line of clippers, made her second appearance in Hcbson's Day on Monday. She coo tinues under the command of Cap'ain Price, formerly of tbe Donald M'Kay. The Great Victoria, like her companion, tbe Great Britain, la the early part of her career aeerns deetioed to undergo some adverse trills before establishing a reputation for making rapid es. Young Btea%)«ht]«, like young horses, need deal of training b&lt...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

ADVERTISEMENTS. TO ADVERTISERS. £Tln> adxcytuctuenu appearing in this part or the paper having hcan sent in to.) laU-, have not tlie advantage of the eonntry circnhlion.] Aiutisnucuts. Theatre royal. Sole Lassee ftud Ma: ager, Barry Sullivan. THIS EVENING, Great Atlraciii-u for llib Night Only. Shul'spcarc's Great COJIEDV OK E R B O S a And the Cdc. rated Drama of KICK OF THE WOODS, The entertainments will commence (at g o'clock pre cisely) wilb Sbakspeare'a celebrated COMEDY OF EKKORS. Solicits, Duke of Enbeaus, Mr. & O'B R I E K. .Egeon, Mr. H A & W O 0 D. Antinholus of Svractue, Mr. FITZGERALD. Antpbolosof Epbesos, Mr. R. W. L A W R A K C E. Dromio of S.mmtt, LEOPOLD. Angela, Mr. GLADSTONE. Dr. Finch, Mr. IT. ANDRE W S. CI eon, Mr. HARLOITE. Balthazar. Mr. M A N L E Y. ftge. Miss STEW AT. Officer, Mr. RUTHERFORD. Guards, Servants, Pages, fcc. Mn. G U E B I N. Adrians, Mrs. ROUT. HEIR. Luciana, Miss C. GEORGE. Lexbia, Miss M O R T I M E R Nuns, Ac. To conclude w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. The Australasian Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

COMMERCIAL. 1 The Autlralatia* Office, Saturday E renin;. Buflnesa rosy be Mid to. hire been sus pended to-day. The departure of the mail and the extremely boleterous atate of the weather assisted the usual indisposition to barinea exhibited on a Saturday. We have, therefore, no tranMctions to quote. Amongst the arrivali are the Malta from Valparaiso, with breadstaffs, and the Mediator, from London. The captain of the Malta reports that when he left Tomd the price of breadstuff's was rising. The dearanoes of gold during the week have amounted to 181,923oz, making the total shipments hence since the commence ment of the year l,686,G32oz. The shipments made dating the corresponding period of lest year were 1,483,878 it. of Vfotorian gold and 82i,185ox. of New Zealand gold, giving a total of 1,808,06801. Monday Evening. The week has oommenoed without much animation in the Import markets. The St Louie, from Boston/has arrived opportunely, and considerable parcels of karosen*, to bi land...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. [?]OBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—Nov. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

SHIPPING. noBSON'A BAY. ABJ^VED.—Not, 80. City of Adelaide, A. 8. V. Co.'# s.s. 1,000 tool, F. B. Troutoo, from Sydney £8rd Inst, PnwMn« saloon t Rev. W. Hodwn, Bra. end Miss Hodwn ; Mrs, Wilton and child, MUs Knight, Miaa Ferguson, Mam, Elliott, F. Younge, Joy. E. Beaumont, Jun., Young, Etherioge, Geary, J. Button, Dudley, E. a. Ortne, W. Clarke, Vaster Chrysul. Osgrtalo Orchard ; ana fifty-two in the stocreg*. W. P. White and Co., agents. Mediator, ship, 1,058 tour, W. Mssaulev, from London August 14th. Passengers-cabin : Mr. and Mi-s Pinncek, Mr., Mm, and Master Olddl&gj; Mr., Mrs., end 1U» Ells, Mr. Prudanoe; andfourin the steerage. De Pass Brother* and Co., areata. Malta, barque, £87 tout, & Corrigsll, from Tomff, August 58th. Paneogar-oblo : Mia. CorrigalL M'Culti di, BeQar, and Co., agent*. Western, s.s, W. Lucas, from Portland, Port Fairy, and Wamutobooi, 2SUi November. PnntnpTrt— cabin: Mrs. Corney, lira. Roborfeaoo, Mrs. Johnston and child, Judge Brewer, Dr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

NOTICE Single copies of Tub Auetbalisiajt can be ob tained tram all The Argvs agents through out the colonics, at the uniform prioe of Six pence each, exclusive of expense of delivery; or the paper will be sent direct from the office by poet to any address el 7s. 6d. per quarter, payable in advance. Complaints of overcharge to be addressed to the General Manager, The Argus office.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANTERBURY. (FROM THE [?] TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

CANTERBURY. (MOM TBI LTTTELTON TIME!.) Kowat CoiL.-~Tbe coal workinn at the M At Tern BilU hive been continued for the hit eleven months, under (he superinten dence of Mr. Jebeoo, and there h now tittle doubt that n good workable eaam of ooal has been net with. A boring wae carried down to the depth of lCCft., which Indloated the existence of teams of ooal. A drive was con - tinned in the direction of the rise, which has proved that them are two seams of ooal, each more than two feet thiok, with eighteen incfae* of dirt between them. There is every reaeon to believe that n lam acreage is available, which can he worked without the expendve prooees of sinking shaft* or fixing engines to pump water. The works at preeeut consist of driree or email tunnels, running hortaontslly from the tuciaoe; and R is contemplated to make n new drive to tbeee recently diaoovend seams of ooal, of sufficient dimensions to admit of horse* going under ground to bring out the ooal. There are other seams no...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

HOTES AliO QUERIES. Bias,—We have wnt • email pamphlet to ooroonwpondent, directed A. &, Poet-offioe, Dayleeford, Wo folly agree with him, and will attend to the (object. , Fbistos—The ilikworm* were recaiyed with thanfca. They were in aplendid condi tion. More next (reek.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. (FROM THE MINER, NOV. 12.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

NEW ZEALAND. OTAGO. (noi TBI IIIEB, NOT. 12.) Tee Exbditios.—Possession was given to the commissioners yesterday of tbeExhibition Building. Late as it is, they intend to keep to tbeit original intention to open the Ex hibition on the 2nd of January. It ishoped to have the building ready for the reception of goods by Friday next, and by hard work, night and day, it is anticipated that the opening ceremony may still take plaoe to date. A very great point will be gained if that can be done. So many persons have made arrangements in accordance with the announced programme, that very serious inoonvenienoe will be the consequence of a departure from it. We trust that the oom mueionets will find no farther obstacles in their way. The difficulties they have already had to oonteud with have been of a most disheartening nature, and they are entitled to the warm thanks of the community for the perseverance they have displayed.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Australasian. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1861. The speech with which llis Excellency the Govebkoe opened Parliament on Tuesday last differs little from its pre decessors, with which similar occasions Lave made us familiar. The same topics are discussed. The only change is in the form of words in which they are approached. The land question, the tariff, the state of the insolvency laws, the regulation of the affairs of the gold-fields, the provision of water supply, the care of lunatics, the regulation of charitable institutions, and the management of the police—these are the main topics of the present, as they have been of all Vice-regil speeches since the introduction of responsible Government, On this oc casion, however, there is special significance in the paragraphs of the address which relate to the land and tariff questions. Disappointed pre viously in their efforts to improve the law relating to the public lands, Ministers appear to contemplate a mea sure which will set aside the Act of 1862, a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

IMPOUNDINOS. Arabat.—Imponnded at Ararat Shire Porad, XMh ofSmp. ItoOrf fared heifer oalfat foot. ,%*^*,r1g£g£ 1 raid, to he nld on Slat DkmbW. tw». »w»" Jjuao*. PonndkMper. i £K£E5£33gS3l nUukvUla btihr «IT, DO iW1 1™1,P"TCS j Sartw^-ss jassiKw^^SSl Wlr^ereF.n^COTirn^fe^-ed;^^ BSSiSKSSaaiWiSi "£j ^^X^taTuia^S; off shoulder. Br G. ^sss^sss^1aiSK k<S^L*IUT —Impounded et Balbnt SMra roond, «2 lWO* ■«»•«"? ST* tnyit Ac., Format Common. TtmisM- web • . rafcA«mnt mare, neer hind foot white, blare, white SS mneok, Bnear shoulder; bey mare, grey hjurs 1.1,0 foot white, collar and aaddle m Coff SouMar. ir wt «hta»l and erpmro. ra1?1itoe^«»Slrt December, ISfit. G.Johk-) mow, Poundkeeper. .. BATmrono. —Impounded atJBntraford, ^ !!!!?• J»Ti, Mr. DividKlrrcaid. Tremmre «4 ahead. S^M^nrerribe • brindle hoU cell; emaB etar, tip off right near nw, onu<j" . jalmMi «- | {SLTfod- re be eold <m Mat Deoamber, I8(H. Joan | 5Bcc*tA*t>» PotmdkeepeTe BfxTore.-Impounded a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Government Advertisements. / COMMISSARIAT.—FRESH MEAT. V PROVINCE of AUCKLAND. Tenders will be received at the office ef the Commla •air-General in Auoklsnd, till noon on Tu«d*y, the 37th Deoember 1604, for the supply ef fresh meat (beef and mutton) to the Troops iu the Province of Auckland, for tb« year flow let April 1865 to Diet March 1866. The contractor will be bound to issue tl>e killed ■Mat in detail to the troops at all places where he may be roqulred by the Commissary-General, or officer authorised by him to do so. Payment will be made monthly, for the quantities abown in the Commissariat aooounta as having been received. For further information, apply at the Commiaeariat Office, Melbourne. Public Companies. A USTRALASIAN FIRE and LIFE _t~\- INSURANCE COMPANY, Ball of Commerce, Collins-etroet West. LIFE DEPARTMENT. This company is now prepared to issue lift policies For full particulars and prospectus apply at the offices, as above. MEDICAL OFFICERS. J. fi. Motherwell, E...

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THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY, Nov. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Mqkhiy, Nov. 28. In tbe Legislative Assembly, shortly after twelve o'clock, Sir Redmond Barry, the Com missioner appointed to administer the oath to members, was admitted, and, by the Ser geant-at Arms, conducted to the (heir. The commission having been read, the re turns to the writs of election were anuoaceed by the Clerk, and the members present were sworn, in batches of four. This proceeding occupied neatly an hour. When completed, the Commissioner bowed to the members and retired. Mr. BicDEULthen rose and, addressing him self to the dark, propoeed that Sir Francis Murphy do take the chair as Speaker. In so doing the bon. member called attention to the ability with which Sir Fraud* Murphy bad fulfilled the office daring three successive Parliaments, and the Impartiality and cow tesy which he had uniformly manifested. Mr. Huskeb seconded the motion, mud as an old member of Parliament bora testimony to the efficiency with which the chair was filled during...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

: bgtdktlw o'dookf Bed vanupnitojtai;; ai« The hon. end learned gentleman give notice that tc-dsy be would move that the Home wtolve iteelf Into committee for the purpose of cotuWeitog the mcsB*gM» Br. Feakcib (In reply to Mr. Ooben) eald it wai the .Intention of the Government during the present or following week to In troduce a measure which would Involve a change In the Customs duties, and to propose that this change should take effect from the commencement of the new year. Mr. Qbaht Intimated that to-day he would move for leave to bring In a bill to amend the Land Act of 1802. Mr. M'Culuooh obtained leave to introduce a hill for the establishment and regulation of l'oet-cfflce Savings Banks, and the bill was brought In and mad a first time. The SrEAKtB read to the Honse the speech delivered by the Governor on opening Parlia ment. Mr. Cikdok moved the adoption or an ad dress to His Excellency in reply to the speech. Mr. Cbeswick seconded the motion. Mr. Bxpnr complained that hon....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, Nov. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

Wnmnu, Nov. 90. Kir. dun Mated (in eejty to MtlTLel lan), that large tracte of ooontoy had been fenced in by putoral teaantawithoot the Mlgbtoat authority from the Board of Land ntVeda. The matter vae now beini con aidered by the Government, and whatever povrra they had undo* the Baud Act of 1862 woaldhepntiaienn Inaniwtrtolb.ir0aiU), lb. ftsumm vaidthateUoolaii'irooldbe leaned today from the Bowie Department to the eeveral local bodiee, Betting forth the amoonb to which they woold be iwpecttealy entitled, under' the vote of £35,000, tor the repair of damage earned by flood*, in reply to Mr. Edwarde, _ Mr. BTCcllocb obeerred that the Minieter of Oaetom* intended, on an eariy day, to aah teeretointrodoce abinfortfaenpeeldf the Tan* Pollution Aet, bot net aea Govern nwnt meaanre. lb. Enwaane wibeegoantly ipHmated that, <m Friday, he wonld nova for ieateto brfnc to* bill on the tohtepb > InaaewtrtoMbJ' Smith, lb. v«*no* etaerved that the Government did not Intend ft preee...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

GENERAL NEWS. Pso Womwrwr.—An autograph letter of this onoe famous actress sold by suction la August'® tlO 6s. Mb. Costa's new oratorio, "Knawa* to be performed at tbe Birmingham MudosJ Festival, is said to be an Improvement oath composer's "Ell. A Battos. -Id five day*' shoottngTon Loch Second Moor. Gr*ndtullj, PtrtbAlre, ft, Maharajah Dhuleep Singh ehot 1033 croow, 12 barer, 2 rabbit*, 6 snipe, and 1 wild duck, Corewow Ravs —At the saleof Ootjimid rams, bred by Mr. W. Hewer. of NorthWaoh. Olooofftmhlre, hddin Angnrt, fifty fetched an iveriM prioe of £62 01. ? Md oub ^ bought by Mr. W. L*ne, of Broad Beid (hb». Belf a breeder of soma note), for280 guioeu. Faith, Hops, ahp Chawm.—Ad Ingostou, shopkeeper at Vlcdybas puts sign to Ah establishment, " The ThrwTheotogloalVir. toes." iUutttatod tar medallion* tepteeeuUiq Faith, Hope, and Charity personified by por traits of the Emperor, tho Frinoe Imparl*!, and tbe Empress. The Ihckpatiohs a» SH«wwur.-At a meeting of the BmdfieM PundtMleC...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FIRST ELEVEN v. THE NEXT EIGHTEEN OF THE MELBOURNE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

THE FIKST ELEVEN r. THE NEXT EIGHTEEN OF THE HELBOU&XE CLUB. This match was played on Wednesday. The Eleven von veiy easily. Their baiting was very good. Tie fdllowing is the score• The Eimat, fibst iranro*. Turner, b Oonibe O'Biian, b E. ft'ltatott Hope, b McDonald V. Cameron, b McDonald Fowiar, c b McDonald.. W. Campbell, I b w, b McDonald B. WaralU, 1 b w, b Davidson .. T. "Willi, not out Bowiey, not cot fyas, 0; widat, IS; do balls, J Total Eighteen. nan- i*wmoa, E A'Bedtatt, b V. Cameron 4 T. InngUnd*. run out ,. $ C. Lister, c Gunmen, b Wflk 0 C. Cameron, at Fowiar, b V. Cameron .. F. H'Dooiid,«FowUr, h V. Cameron.. 0 B. Alexander, b Wills ,, 0 Wood, b V. Cameron I Davidson, b Wills 1 M A'BttAett-cOowtfflkib Cameron t SoUiran, b Wilk 0 WUtura, ran not 0 Wd^nsoot .. 8 Combe,bTurner .. ,, .. id T. Wnjr, b Wills I T wnflriis. b Tomer.. .. «. 0 Flodcba^bWms .. 0 Johnson, b Tomer .. .. 0 Xt. Hater, net out p WCotcbson, st Fowler, b Turner .. t> Total ,♦ .. - 48 Aim* f. S...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

MISCELLANY, . whlcfi m to bare token jdaoe last gatordey.waa poetponpd In oonaeqnenwof »e boisterous weetber, and toe consequent limited attendance of maraberi, It it now deemed advisable to pot off toe cpi * tuto stdl to uriliMli«iitoli[br« the committee tore aocwtod toe tender «f Mr, Angus M'Kay), TbelwlldbiEwiU be-a eery bandsome one, s nd or cemen ts! a* mil, Ewypreparaiion bad been made to make theopeningmatch a snfwss flags nonld to m J'4 ODII t IBd « iSbittajpSw' JOe <rraa<MnHto Jwjttoe J* to to Ha qqptlor aitottft. totoe #<lw member*, to terminal not to be altogether disappointed, took to quoits, whilst the remainder got up a scratob-match, The pavilion will bo up til about three weeks. It will contaiu a large club-room, gentlemen's dressing-room, bath-room, Isdice'-rooin, pantry, and rooms for man, verandah, &c. A meeting of parlies interested in cricket was held at the Bqnyip lun, Cavendish, on Monday last, for the purpose of organi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESSENCE OF PARLIMENT. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. MONDAY, Nov. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 3 December 1864

£SS£M£ OF PAR Li AMENT. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Monday, Not. 28. The fourth Parliament was opened bp com mission to-day. Both Houses assembled punctually at noon. The Governor's proclamation convening Par liament was mad in each House by the clerk, at the table. Shortly afterwards, the Commissioners (Sir Yf. F. Stawdl and Sir Redmond Barry) were ushered into the Legislative Council cham bers, and took their seats on the right and left of tire chair. The Legislative Assembly having been sum moned, the letters-patent under which the Commissioners had Icon appointed were read hy the Cltrk cf the Council. Sir William Stawell then informed both Honees that on Tuesday (this day), at two p.m., His Excellency the Governor would in person declare the csuec of his calling Parlia ment together, and nqnest< d the members of the Legislative Assembly, in the meanwhile, to choose a Speaker. The Commissioners retired, and the aem here of the Legislative Assembly retamed to their chamber...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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