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English Mail News. LONDON, Feb. 15th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

•I CF; .l.... -0-..,.1.... e. (From our owl Correspondent) ý? ( LonoxN, Feb. 15th. The Goiernment; before the sessioni was many days,old, appealed to the House ofiConimons for a vcte of credit of £6,000,000 sterling .for extra naval 'ei??military preparations. Russia had completely reduced her enemy when this vote ,was first asked, for, and'tlb ostensible purpose for which the miioney wase. desmanded'was to enable the Governmnent "to enter the coming conference of the great powers, backed by the united voice of. the nation.; This plea did not deceive anybody who did not want to be deceived. It was alleged by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, as an inducement to the Iouse to grant it, that the money was not likely to be spent at all; that the Government had no intention'or expectation that it would be used for war purposes, but that, by having it at their command should it be needed, they would be able to speak with greater authority, on behalf both of specially British and of the gen...

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BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

BRANDY CREEK. (From a Correspondcnlt) The talk of the place hals been tof late the highl prices obtained at the recent sales of .township allotinents.' Whether the, pur chasers have in somle cases paid . too high or no, ithere can be no doubt brt' that the result of this will be highly advantageous to the district. ; iIt 'will direct both the atten tion of Goveriiment'i and the .general puilic to the place,and: the' development, of 'its enormous resources will no doub hegreitly aided thereby. At the Warriial sale on- Friday some very fine prices. were obtained for the best. sites:.- It is understood that these will soon be covered with pliiaces 'of business more worthy :if; the locality than; thle present mak~eshifts: Drouin has already started in fine style. Several of the recent purchasers.have begun their ivork of clearing, and within a month' or twod of the present time: the following businesses at leastwillbe represented there : -Stores, public houses, blacklsiith's shop, a dra...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

THE WAR' IN I ETH E?AST.': OFFICIAL VtA ITELEGcRA.tM.. " Late news from London shoVw that the co!plications i: regard to the .war intlihe east .were assuming a more serious aspect. The 'proposal :for a conference lhas been abandoned, as' lssia has' .relilted to agree to the deindand ofEt gland tIhat the rtrms of iieace shall be submitted to this conference, and it is stated that there is no longer any hope of a rupture between England nand Russia being averted. Under these cir cumstances the Eairl of Beaconsfield has de cided; on callingr.out the British reserves, and is making warlike preparations of a most active character, and tihe consequence has been 'that thelEarl of Derby, who is pre pared .to snake the~ greatest sacrifices . in order to maintain, peace, ha:s resigned his seat ion the cabinet. The Journal de St. Petersburgh" states 'that Russia' is fidly.pre pared to detend the fruits of the war. A telegram from London, dated April Ist, states that General Iginatief, ho ihad ...

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

The great event on Saturday was the race for-Mr rPearson's? prize of. 100 guineas. There were originally 21 nominated,; but only 12 came to the post. ' GIPsLAzD HADICAP, of 5 sore. each,; iith 105 sovr:, added' by Mr. Pearson. One mile and a quarter. Columbus, 5 years, lost 41b... 1.. . 1. ` Eyess, 4 years, 6st 131b ... . 2 Waif, aged, 7st lllb ... ... ..... 3 g9 Columbus was the favourite,' and won easily by two lengths. , STeRLECCtASE, of 2 sovs., witha weepstake of 10 sors each added. Once iound. Post entries. .Catch Weights. Streai... . ... ... .. ... 1 Trumpeter . ... 2 Rlagged Jack :.i. " ...? 8'.. There were two other starters. ' The pro edingS teimidnated islia' hack race.

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

S " -SECOND DAY. NonTIH GeIrsuesn Si. LEGEr, of 50 so ., with £ l '10eaeach added. Orie m:iinld a hailf Supple Jack 1 Discounit PF Euls' PIAE,, of O oas, w ith sweeopstake of 2 . sors. each. Two miles . ..Diicount, 3 years,? st 1llb ". ..'. 1 Politician, aged, list 21b ... .. There were no other starters. SALE UIsNcar, of 100 soa.rs, with sweep of 5 sora. eich liddedl One inile oand a half and distane "' ...-.Columbus, 5 years, 8st 101 ... ... 1 Carlisle, bycars, Tet 21b . oe,Three o ather stareres., HnTicar Seircraceasa,: of 75 sors. with sweep of £3 5s. About three miles and a half. Sriam, ost llb ... ... ... 1 Union Jack, list 111b . 2 r ..,Warrior, lIst .... fell ALL AED STAKEs, of io seea., with sweepstale of TC :£2 Es : each added.A One mile: _e t it: Supple Jackiy 3 ears, 8st llb . 1 Wombo, aged; lost ilb' ... ... 2 S' : Will Watch; aged, lst ilb::.. + ':'.:Y. i:.' 3":-' 1 Tire other s'artrtuf' S "1 .:;z

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

T'HILrAT AYFECTIONS AND HOABoENES.- -All suf . fering from irritation of tlhe thromat aid hoarseness will be agreeably. surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of,"Brown's 'Bronchial Troehes." These famous "lozenges". are now sold by most respectable chemists, in this country, at is. lid. lier box. People troubled with* a "' hacking cough,?' "slight cold," or bronchial affections can not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in 'serious Pulmonary and 'Asth matie affectidns} ' See' t'hat the words, "Broswn's Bronchial Troches," are on the Government Stamp arouid'nech box.-Manufactured by John' I Brown & Soas, Boston, United States. Devot, 493, Oxford streetj, London. Anv?cv ToMqTUEns!-- Are you' broken-ii yobu rest by a 'sick child suffering with the pain of cut tin! teeth? Go at once to-'a chemist,, and get a bottledof ?rs. Winslow's Sobthing-Syr?p:"'It wvill relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless...

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DROMANA POLICE COURT. Before Messrs. R. Anderson (Chairman), J. Barker, jun., and J. Cain, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

DROMAiANA :POLICE 'COURT. Before. Messrs. R. andrson (Chairman), J. S Barker, jun., and J. Cain, J.P. R.TWatkin v Jdm'es Watson; the plain= tiffl claimed £8 3s for. laths sold :and de livered to the defendant, who is a plasterer, residing at' Sorrento.' Although it' was shown that the summons a.was served, 'tlhrough some mistake the original was not forwarded to the Court:in time, and as the defendant did not appear the case had to he postponed- a new summons to be issued if necessary. IH. B. Simon v. the Shire Council, &c.; work and labnr, .:-5 s. Gd. The case having been settled out of Court there was no appearance of either party, consequiently~ the, facts did not transpire. They were simply these :--The plaintiff selected some land near Dromana, on which was situated a permanent waterhole, which the Council coi?sidered of value to the ,inhanbitants at large, and made 'application: to the Lands Department to have that; portion of the selection on which the water stood res...

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PROPOSED SETTLEMENT OF THE GIPPSLAND RAILWAY DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

PROPOSED: SFTTLErMET OP TILE? GIPPS LAND RAILWAY DIFFICULTY. I% gotiations (says the Age) are now pending and nearly complete for, adjusting the differences between the. two Houses regarding the' moude in which the Gippsland Railway shall be brought into Melbourne. The terms may be shortly statedl;as follows:--The course of the Government lino will remain unchnmigcd in every respect. It will comein from Oakleigh between Caulfield and Malvern, pass through Prahran and South .Yarra, cross the Mel bourne and Hobson's Bay Railway between the river and the South 'Yaram station, run on for sevensl chains over a vacant piece of ground, cross the Y?rria ht the foot -of: Punt road pass through' .the ~ins dale Cricket Grobund and the Yarrn Park diagonally, pass 'over the HIobson's 'Bay line at Jolimont, and curvc':round 'into' Flinders stieet on' t'tlie site occupied'by'thl'old suburbaln line statioii.' This is the original and present course 'of the Government line. But the change' effected ...

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Police Intelligence. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, March 29th. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

83olite uattilignCue. CRAN]BOURNE 'POLICE COURT. Saturday;Mý arch39idh:,, .: Before Mlessrs. Pittersoi'h(in tle chair), Hunter find 'EImes. John..Clarke ?w Aleiandler, Fri?er; ;:iork and labor, £11 4s.,, Mr. Lone; appeared for defendant.., It was urged on. behalf of. de fendant that thlie work undertaken' had not. been completed to liis,.satisihiotio.-ioblirt IIay, fur plaintiff, 'statedtihat he had heard defeudants overseer state that the work was done" to' his sitisfiction. Toi Mr. Lower. : Was a jartner:ini the work .witli plaintiff. Looked to him for playnlent. Believed he was honest enough to pay. him.-James Greeni exaninedd said that Hay had Worked with him, but left and went. to work with Clarke. Mr. Tomlinson told him he had passed their work.--FoIr defenldant, M[r. Lowe said thliere.was no contract on lide part of the plaintiff. .'Tlie: work was not done in a.proper manner. If it had been done iti would have been paid: for.'- He' called Edward Tomlinson, manager for Mr. Fra...

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SALE TURF CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

SALE ..TURF .CLUB " ANNUAL . MEETING. This meeting commenced on Tliursday with fine' weather. There: irws a liarge attendance, anmong the visitors being several from Melbourne and. other distant places owing to the facilities offered by the railway;' amdng the' owners .of racehorses present we noticed such well-known gentlemen as Messrs. W. Pearson,' W. Filgate, and W. Bowes. The cotirse is about two miles and a half from the T'own, and is a good one, but is susceptible of improvement;. :The "grand stand is by no means, a fit structure, and we trust that by neit year it will be re placed by a better one. Mr. W. E: Power acted as starter, and Mr. John Wishart was clerk of the course. There were,five events on the card. The following are the results: FIRST DAY..:. : ?3?AmEN PLATE, of 40 sors., with a sweepstake of;2 sors. ench added. One mile and a half. Supple Jack,"3ycars, Sst'31b...,.. ~i '.. 1 \ AristErati 3 ycars,'8st 41b ...'2" ' . - 2 Ileucer, 4 years, 9t 31b ... 3 There ere no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

t O cAEURES FOEý. ADVERTISING T' tConlyn for One Insertion . .:. l2. Ti7nty toThiret Wdor, do .. . tf eto FrWords,; atthlie ratC of 3s: per inch,:;: Sfofr One Insertiononly. . r , . DicOIe n 1 pon all u.ndrertisements appear-. infor Tlire Months., Trade Advetidsements are inserted at considerably reduced rates.; rdnrtiieicitr must specify oen ilye freo? of them - the number of insertions; or they %ils be'con Sline ad i eharged for till coiuntenninded. All orrs for switlldnnl or alterntion to be sent in on the day prior to publidntion. Adertisements can onlybe discontinued Iy written orders ., "':,; SBISETT,; Phnber umnd Gastittcr, 134 Lennox aiei, near iheLondon Tavern Inotel. 1Opan" Slcitoi-rs 31ILLE?,'ThrIOMAS;, 4 Little Colliin stieet :.; , ~3flbouiile' and Sunnyside Cottage, Cl:apel street; St: ailda: i, Bntchers i ITOGER,' OIN, Generitl 'amily Butcheir, ? ,? Roweml Parade, Richmond.: liiscilancezoii"s J. OLT,, 1ater Filter Manufacturer, IlTa Ca li9gn street, opposite Argyle sqn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

Sadd.les, '&c. sp0oDi ope. Jo g uagyforsa papari . psuI s 1'7 7 ..soapId auc luaunutor. saoIl?n isuunon so -l5.iiat Ii ui i iinooma eq ia, stiupo st1a11 ?,?oddns ·ah!ql q L"u uiL ·'o'SnJ .tau oqa?. TlC, eanss, o; pun 'pao saq- o4iall liq annoianosTd punqij oany l ,?o'asn vEl -oaatll s Ri 04a SIVq ',?u siialinugl: "oaaft tinlpli:"; R. BOWMAN SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Ti ES this oliportunity to eonive-y hiitlhniiks to I Custonlers for their Orders during; his long business connection with thenm.: For the futur thle oune .care will be taken to supply Good, Honeds. Work, at a price which can only admit of ituic returns. Clark's Best Leather Used., ;. 2ced £ C-0TWn1GHRT,. SADDLER &- GENERAL" HARNESS , . ...... ...... . . ' o ·. . .. "' " ... .. Maker, S R ORAN B 0 URN.E, .TA'VING PUIRCHASED the Brisiuess of 'Mlr .I: John Todd,(who has for many yeurst crried on hbusincss'i Cranbourne), is prepared to execute orders of every description with punctuality. .... .,.." .8voi C...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

The Mount AlexanderMdiLteills the fol-' lowing story :-A well-known hotelkeeper residing in Ballarat has a daughter married to a tradesman Cat Campbell's Creek. For somne' time past ths circumstances. ,of. the latter hav ;not bee so ~brightas th? weife's father could wish, and he has been in the habit of 'emitting a cheque occasionally to meet pressing wants. It seems, however; that although a recent remittance was miade, it was.not. sufficient to meet the " pressing, wants" of the husband, and so an ingenious device wads resorted to. A telegram was for warded to Ballarat to the following effect: is dead. No money to bury him. Send cash next post." On receipt of the message the hotelkeeper not only wrote out a cheque for a goodly sum,.but resolved to take it himself, and attend the funeral of his son-in-law. He took the afternoon train to Castlemaine, and on his errival at once hailed a cab, and proceeded to the residence of his daughter. He reached there about seven o'clock. He kno...

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PREPARATIONS FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

SPREPARATIONS FOR. WAR. The warlike character of the European telegrams at the present time has put the Government on the alert; and everj possible preparation for 'any contingency that may arise has been made. Captain Mandeville and Colonel Anderson had an interview with the Chief Secretary on Monday. Thle Cer berus,' hiicli is now in fine fighting trim, is to be.sent down to Queenscliff, and a regular look out, as kept in time of war, is to be maintained. The whole of the defence force is to be 'sent down to Qieenscliff, where they will go into camp and assist in throw ing up the earthworks and trenches that will have to be erected to protect the guns. It is probable ihs defence force will be marbhed from Geelong to Queenscliff in ridrer to make them acquainted with the in tervening country. If. any more urgent measures are necessary the Government will call out from 400 to 500 of the volunteers who are willing to enlist under the Military and' Naval Discipline Act 1870, and send ...

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[?]INGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

IIGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY. atine of the committee of the above S was 'held in the Cranbourne Hotel ° tot? March. the President (Mr. S Wilson) in the chair. flowing specialprizes were awarded S itst the show:-Mr. T. J. Rossiter, d £1 for shorthorn heifers three- b ,alo £1 for Brahma calf; Mrs. 5 . 10.s, for Brittany cow; Mr. !, 10s. for oats in sheaf; Mr. F. Sir. T. Walton, 10s. each for ;lr.J. F.Dumaresq, 10s. for sun ano Miss Davis 10s. for quilt. t rabonrne Show yards were reported eattention, the earth having become auond the posts. The Secretary r torized to have the necessary effected . . .. . Sreolved that no travelling: cattle ed in the Berwick sliow;yards, and' atesbelocked, and the key iven to a, so that the yard miglt he used hool children. . Sresolved that thirty gaineas be to the purchase of a memento, to the Senretary in acknowledgment of t as during the past five years. annual general meetin of. the 1 -Of Sotiety was held on'thlie same ePresident in chair. . rtary read t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

SHIRE .OF DrilDErTU11'G_° IpSy S ho waill give sneh information as ill cid to the conviction of the person or persons who have cat down and removed the Fencing of Culverts on the Main or District roads. ! JOILX KEYS, Shire Secretary. SHIRE OF PHILLIP ISLAND AND rENDERS will be received up to Twelre o'clock T _ on Saturday, 13th Api'ril,toFi lie'ndodninien tioned work: Contract 13--Formationi of Esplanade and Mtain stre t, Cowes, withwrater tables-...... Planis and specifications at the Shire Office, and Mr. J. West's, Cowes.; ; .; , 1i':' i T"'!, ) 5 per cent. in cash must accomlany each tender. . :...... GEORGE C.-CR-UIP; Secretary:."' Shire Oflice, Griffiths' Point,: ,: ' 26th March, 1878. 01p_ SHIRE_ OF PHILLIP CISLANDc'A?lD' WOOLAMAI. N OTICE IS '-lEREBY iGItV'EN "Pi'lat til;h Cotmcil will, at, their neaxt, meeting,, on Saturday; the 13th April, 187, proceed to STRIKE A RATE for the ensuing ycar-of OneShilhiig Ir the Pound on; the-ratenbleopropJ~rty of [thli Shire, and a statein...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

.-I~ + n... ANn / + .hardi thti Iittital. 'VED?ESDAY, APRILT 3il, 1878. 'rilt statement that-tle crisis is virtually over will, we are sure, be received with great satisfaction 'bvy the' coiontry not '-ineely because.it will tranquilize- tile political at inosphere, aid so encourage men of business to pursue, their, operations :undisturbedt by political considerations, but .becausoeit will tend, as we hope, to make the Government abandon finally the many threats which tliey'live made- of acting regardless of the law in order, to carry out views,which, there was reason to: believe, would not in any ciase receive the sanction of Parliament. To rMessrs Munro and Lyell, M.L.A.'s, the thanks of the; community are due in the first place for the share they have taken in bringing about this result, but some merit is also due to Mr Berry for the spirit of com promise lle has shown in the matter. 'Had he shown the sanie conciliatory spirit at the commencement of.. the- dispute there is reason...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

'MEL'OURNE MlARKETS.:, Quee "V;.TOi? nrAA ET.-TVegetables:; Basil, ls to 1s Gd pr;r doz.' bunches; beaus, kidney, 1}d. to 3d. per lb.; beet,' Gd to'ls peir lod. bouquets; 3. to ,12s per doe cabbages, 10d to is 3d do.; capsicums, 8d. per lb. ; carrots, Gd. to Gd. per dozen bunches ; cress, r'wa er,4d.- to 6d. do. cucumbers, Is to Is Gd per dozer, ; garlic, 3d. per lb..; lttuces, Gd. to is. per dorz.:n; mnarjoram, 6d. to Sd. perdoz. bunhles; mint 6 d to 81 do.; onions,'is tio 8s. per cwt.; do. green,, (k. to 9d. per doz. bunches parsley, Gd do.; arsra,s, 9d d is. to s. do..i lpes, ld,to 2d per lb.; pbtn toes; '5Os'. to' Ss.;b. Gd. ' per eit. ; n?dishels, 4d. tod.i jiepr dozen biiiehls'; rliuilbarb, 9d. to ls. do ; ?sae,' Gdi to 8ddo. shallots, d pei lb. ; sphinma; 2. to per doz. bunches;,thy lb e, d do. ; turips, Gd. t:o 9 do.; tomaitoes, id to 2d. Fruit: Alinonds,3d. per lb ; apples, deseert, s to So per case ;do., cook ing, ".s' to 7s do.; plums, b inl. it " 3d. pe lb.; lemons, Is. ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 3 April 1878

-0 SThe public should bear in mind that the name a; the shire and district heretofore known as Gardtiar bhus been changed to Malvern, and that the namest tlhe. shire and district of Gardiner has been abolished. It, is notified by an advertisement, which appears elsewhere, that the ordinary nest inas of the Malvern Shire Counceil will be held in future at the Shire Ofice, Glenferrie road, lalrne, oni the Thursday nearest to the dayof the fall mon in each month at 7 p.m. It was notified in' a supplement to the GaCte published List week that the Governor had anceptel the resignation of Mr. R. L. Trenchl of his odl e .Attorney-General, and had appointed Sir Brln O'Loghlen, Bart., in his place. In consequence cl the appointment Sir Brian O'Loghlen will haret "o before his constituents. The arr.mgemente of itin election arc'as follows :-the writ wit: issuad on tMarch 30th ; the dayr of nomination will be the Gthl; the polling will take place on the llth; aid the writ will be returnable on...

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Select Poetry. "GONE" [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 10 April 1878

·: ; ,+.= : :;ar dri Hin s w k\t:? ?.?-'w ow:+, r+.+?: +'.?. . LIst eve ie wandered in.the qiet wood . Watching thie sunset failing into night; "ow, mionlfcr lly3 linger whele yot stood, While round me quivers the sauie fitful light. oTe watched the pallid light of one lone stai In dancing reflex in the wave below; While sweet the pine-wood music from afar, Sloited, like angel-harp chords; sad and low. 'Tis strange, that in the sadness, sadder far Than the quick sobbing sigh or ihalf-hushed tone, I felt. the next light of that pale star.: Would shine on you afar, and me--alone! 'Tis very, very haId forme, to think : That our imst lore is but an idle dream; . That memor;y nos, is the one only:link, Ilndindig nmy future to that which once hath been. I cannot see through this darks?io cloud;": Wieathing inii its black folds the eominseyears ; Sadly I weave for my.dead lopes a shroud- , '" iobe," fiading bitter joy inm tears.' - Well, earth. hath deeper' e ?rrow ret to learn; Denth "com...

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