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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

Golden Age Almanac, 1 8 62. T HIS publication will be issued on the 2nd January, neatly printed in colours, but will contain no advertisements. The 'usual quantity of local and general memo randa.will be found in this sheet, and as it is compiled expressly for the dis trict of Queanbeyan, it will be found of greater service to the inhabitants of the District, than any other Almanac published. Gratis to Subscribers. To Non-subscilbers, price One Shilling., To be had of all the Agents. TO PRESBYTERIANS. A MEETING of the Presbyterians of the District of. Quianbeyan willabe held at the ELMSAL"~'INN, Queanbeyan, on THURSDAY, the 19th. instant; at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, with :reference to building a Presbyterian Church in Quean beyan, as also to determine the support to be given to ,a Minister for the year 1862. Queanbeyan, 11th December, 1861. THE REV. A. PENNYCUIK, Sof Braidwood, will hold DIVINE SERVICE on SUNDAY the 22nd inst., at the COURT HOUSE, Queanbeyan, at 11 o'clock in t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

F D AY CEMBE 1 In the Legislative Assemibly,; The sittings were continued from2 hal f-past, four in the mornin-g till after one o'clock p.m. I Seveiral laige sums.were Voted, amounting in the aggregate to nearly a million and:.a half. The House-then adjourned on the. motion. of t Mir. Cowper till three o'clock, when the Speaker took the.Chaii. The House then went into committee for the further consideration of the Maitland ard. SMorpeth Railway Bill. The Chairman's at tention was called-to tlre state of the House, who reported to, the* Speaker :that ,there was .not a quorum, .The' Speaker 'counted the House, and .there being only; eighteen members present, ad jonrned the House at ten minutes past four, till Mondiay !'='-j Th LaEdIs.?aTLVE' ASSEMBLY ON FRIDAY L? A -T'he 'Asd~mbly: presented the appear iiice of .abrahnli o~f the Legislature, sitting literally e?gpermanence. So obstinate was the opposition offered- to the passing of the, rail way estijnates, and so.repeated the divisio...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Latest European News. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

L; Itest European' News. .-ARRIVA'L F iTH ET , MAI L FRoar telegtams .to.ouricointeinpora ries wve' compiie.tle:following : ,TheP-t& O. ,.mpanyi'ssteamner *,Northamrn;riived--at- Melbourne on he 14t4ihis. 5t,.40 :a.m., with the ; urpol3eafnmails for, ctober. - - Among tlhe passengers for Sydney is Sir V'.A: Doiialdson: "The Ibllowigarethehi items of intelligence: Sri.AMERIA.: THu Agierican, ,Oonfederates -coii tinue to retire fromr their pposition befdr .Wtisligton and'the Federa-" . lists a re ,occupying ;and trengthen 'iang `he' abandoned ,poasitions. SItiisrejported; that -the Conifede 'rates' 'gunboats: have -attacked;tihe, blockading squadron, i''t"N; Ne r-_ leann, sinking one ship and .drivinig * the -iest on. shore:- A Confederate' expedition ,has beeni defeated with c:,:? sid?iablle loss in the' attempt to: rc;, e iaptiure the Hatteras f6rts. A large expedition, has. left New, York fdr the South, it is supposed, : to eondeavour to open a cotton port. General Fremont ...

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Parliamentary. MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

ja MONDAY, DExOEn ERu 9. IN th?Legislative Assembly, "~`. Buchanan's question respecting the re prieve of Shanahan, was objected to by the Sreaker. :-_ The Fines Charitable Application Bill was discharged from the paper, as was also 'the Municipalities Bill. The Police Regulation Bill and Ways and Means were postponed till a future day. Mr. Cowper moved the second reading of the Land Titles Declaration- Bill. P>he-ob ecat was to facilitate., the transfer-of land. The bill had been transmitted by tho Legisla. ,tive Council. : .`: Mr. Dick moved the adjournn~iit:of the debate till Monday following,' " . The adjournment of the debate was agreed to. The second reading of the Land Transfer and Property Bill was postponed till Thurs day next. Mr. Weekes moved the second reading of the River Murray Customs' Amendment Bill. ' After a lengthened anidspirited:debate, the questio'n was put .and .passed, and the bill -read a second time. ? .1 On the motion of. Mr. Weekes, the Speaker left th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

- ASHDOWN-=&Co0's reat: Clearing-out Sale Previou 'to the erection, in n anuary next, of .New, and: Enlarged: Premises, on the :site of tkoseinow'occupied: ° : => AN OPPORTUNITY uis of -; fered to the-Public of purchasiihggoods of superior quality, at extremely low prices. BATHS :-Pillar showed aith comiiplete, - from £5 10s.; Hand ditto, from 8/6?;; Sponge ditto, from 18/.; Hip and sitZ' ditto; from 25/ Slipper ditto from'401. ; Ohildren's ditto from '10/6 ;. Foot ditto,. frbim 6/6 ; ,Toilet sets;'fr6omr25/.; Portable washstands; from 25/: ; Best Tiiurkey sponge, 1/9' per oz." Also, Lyons' sausage machines, No. 2, 35/.; No: 8, 45/.; No. 5, 75/. ENAMELLED WAARE, consisting of . Saucepans, stewpans, preserving.pans, Spit toons, &o., &c. ~ .. ;, : " :-: Fenders, of various kinds; Copper coal, scut tles, from'25/., &p. &c.,& . c. PLATEDr GOODS; from Elkington's "J. Dixon & Son's, and other- best Sheffield *manufactu'es. . -An o...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

THUIISDAY, DECEMomEIL 12. In the Legislative Council, SThe adjourned debate on the second reading of the "Legislative Council Bill whs resumed by Mr. Darvill, who said that he hailed with eatisfaction the recantation of Sir WVilliam Manning and Mr. Merewethor in favour of the elective basis for the Upper House. Ha conceived that the Legislative Council, should s be distinguished from the 'Assembly 'by ::: .smaller basis for the franchise, that it should be representative, and that it should not in-. terfere with money bills. He would'vote for the amendment to refer :the bill to a;,select committee. '--K - On a division, the second reading .was mne-: gatived by a majority, of 13 .t: :3, and the amendment for referring the bill to a select committee was carried. The Medical Bill was discharged from the paper. Mr. Hargraves moved the adoption of 'the report on the Sale of Liquors Licensing Bill. " After considerable discussion, the chairman left the chair, and reported the bill with a ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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M'KINLEY'S EXPEDTIION. MURDER OF AN UNKNOWN EXPLORING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

.. M'KINLEYS EXPEDTIION. MURDER OF AN UNKNOWN EX-   PLORING PARTY.     (From the South Australian Advertiser Novenber 23rd.) SHOULD the progress of civilisation lead to the settlement of the inte- rior, we fear many a bygone tragedy will be revealed. many terrible     history disclosed. We have been accustomed to hear the interior spoken of as a place where no foot of White man as ever trodden but alas! there is no saying- how many, a dreadful pilgrimage has yet to be brought to light ; no saying how many a venturesome explorer has   gone forth unknown, and has perish- ed unheeded. Mr. M''Kinlay's dis- coveries are very extraordinary.   Sent out by the South Australian Government to aid in the search after poor Burke,, the, Victorian ex- plorer, Mr. M'Kinlay discovers in the interior European graves. He. opens those graves. He finds hu- man remains, the remains of white men. He and his party d...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

EPITOMKE OF NEWS." (From our Contemporaries.) A villianous attempt, happily defeated, was recently made by an incendiary to bloweup 'the powder nmagazine of the harbour works:of the River Moruya, containing four and'a:half tons of powder. The Auckland news points to` war. The` natives of the Waikato, and at HaWkles':'Bay are far fromi exhibiting a spirit of conciliation, and apparently are inclined to ,presume upopn the long truce-for it cannot be considered anything more:. .. A girl, about eleven years of age, was °lost` in : the bush .five days, :from -,Arthuisleigh' She had gone' a: distance .of twenty iniles to: .to ;Tarlo ;. ,had crossed. the :Swallowtail: and. Tarlo riversboth swollen 'by .the late ?ains;: and subsisted the whole' of that' time upon two pieces' of gum she had picked from a'tree. About thirty horsemen were searching for her.' 'I: yong 'man?nhamed Charles Powell has lident arrested on: suspicion `of having mur '.dered' the young woman found drowned in the Mulwar...

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

WEDiESDAY; SDEOEM RIL 'ý1. 'i In the Legislative Council, : The.message from the Asseelblyi'disagree-:'re ing to some of" the Council'sraniendmentsnin the:Insolvency Bill, was considered in corn mittee, and the amendments objectedito ?ere not insisted on .. The House went intb committee 'on- the Sale of .LiquorshLidensing Bill; ind iti? rere- .. maining clauses were gone through and .som amendments made: .The'.bill w':a rcpr -ctd and, the adoption of the.report made an o:ier of the day fdr Thursday, 'withi': the under standing that the bill is to ,be're-committed for the re-consideration,of the 7;lh c!uha, directing the appropiiationi' of paiuiess to charitable institutions, as well as .,onme ,i'he' of the clauses of the billh The debate on- the second read.inn of the Legislative Council Bill was. re:smuun?e, and after some debate was adjourned till tn fo!-l lowing day . . In. the Legislative Assembly, In reply-to:questions, ministers 'a~.led that the Attorney-general intended. to 1...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE AMERICAN WAR. LATER INTELLIGENCE. BY way of San Francisco we have news from Washington to the 7th October, and from New York to the 6th of the same month. LEXINGTON YIELDED TO THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

T- 01 AJMLRLI.ICAN WAR. 1 LATER "INTEL?LIGEN CE. Br way -of° San Francisco we have news from -Washington .to :the 7th October, and from New York to the 6th. of the same month. ., . LEXINGTON 'YIELDED TO THIRST. Mr. -IHery Bradbhrn arrived .by, the North.; -Missouri 'train at :one' o'clock this morning,: and confirms the' suri'ender 'of `Lexington `(Mo). He beloiiged' to Colonel Mullhgan's command, and. left Lexington on. Saturday morning The fort was surrendered on Fri-' day_ afternoon, 'September 20th. The men fobught for fifty-nine hours without, water, and had, only three barrels; of. vinegar. to. quenich. their' thirst all that time. There were no springs r' wells' of water on the camp-iroundi 'as has been stated. The"s vipply was from the r~ver; and S!as:cut,'ff .after a desperate fight on Wedneslday.' The:. camp, ground:s consisted of about :ten: acres, and -was located: a short: distanice froii the river. There were breastwdrks enitirely;around it with the'. exception of the ...

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LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

LOST INn-THE BUSH. (From the Singleton Times. Tu?n following graphic accoutnt has been handed to us'bly frxind of Mr. G. A BakIer, a superintendent on Macintyre river, near   Warialda, who was lost in the bush, without having aught to eat or drink. The extract is fiom a letter from Mr. Baker, written just after having been rescued, and when necessa rily impressions: of the, event were very vivid: - And here. I. must enter- more particularly   into the detail of my being; lost in the bush, without food or water, from 10 a.m. of Mon day, the 28th Oct.,.until sundown of. Friday,   1st Nov. The agbnies 'and torments both; of mind and body none can imagine or give so graphic a description of so well as thosewho have bitterly experienced gaping hunger and the most aggravating thirst, fainting, weaken ing by slow degrees, day by day, with the horrible expectation of lying downin the bush under a scorching sun, and so dying and be coming a' prey to nat...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

Q. 1 '.,tlieEiiiiire Of~lee , ,. llt Srtl?.i;do l tio ? t?0 Si i . CTO PREMI the'LIBER a AMA. RINJUSTE INSURANCE' CMPANSELE • t. iDUNTR0ON d INDMI",LL... `: . (Es ishe:the aMelbovrne 8il49.has SYDNEY BRANCH Pitt`street, opposite t i he is now icepared totu Accumulated and qInvested Capits shal aro0the ..v All Appli toC ydescMP?" A. B SMITH. SOR Chairmi N. .EDWARD WYLD E S'SPEOaL;FiE5S' AMPLE SECURITYA MODERATEE T TES OF. PR?N QMII, a"ndB?the LIBERAL A;) `JUSTMENT and "`PROMPTr' 'SETTLE MENT OF CLAI14S.,' All ndForms of application niaynbe obir neto Order surace pr'omptly effected on application to Agentil DUNTROON WINDMILL. JOHN GREGTORY h s peleasiiie in Sannouncing thatOECTOR. the above Mill has just` S ' h been put into'thorough " wtitiorking orugsr, and that - lhe is now prepaied to turn~ S s out Flour in any, quanti i ticrs, and upons the short. Flour exchinged for wheat, if required in1 quaitity and quality such as shalls oaffordlthe " '. ulnost satisfaction..... : ° " - : , :...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

BIRTH. At her residence, Forest Lodge, Gininderra, on the 12th instant, the wife of Harold M. Davis, land agent and surveyor, of a daughter.

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] T. & E. WALSH v. BEATTY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

[We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] T. & E. WALSH v. BEATTY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. Sir,--Your issue of the 5th instant contains a production from the pen of an individual who modestly styles himself "YOU KNOW WHO;" an effusion which, to say the least of it, is in keeping with the author, or as the FIRM stands, authors. The writer commences by stating "In the Dis-   trict Court reports you omitted a case which above all others might have found space in your columns."   I must confess I am at a loss to know what "You Know Who" wishes to convey, unless it is to show Mr. E. Walsh's conduct in an unchris- tian-like spirit, by endeavouring to obtain judg- ment against the body of an infirm man, 66 years of age, who, through reverse of fortune, was not   in a position to pay 20s. in the pound, though he might pay 15s. "You Know Who" goes on to say...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 December 1861

Local Intelligence POLICE COURT. Assault. On Saturday last, a man named Bernard Smith, who had been apprehended on the pre vious night, was charged with assaulting one Ellen Collins; but there not being sufficient evidence to sustain the charge, the case was dismissed. Unlawfully on Premises. Ellen Collins, complainant in the previous case, who had also been in custody from the previous night, was then charged with being found unlawfully on private premises. But the case being of' a trifling nature, it was also dismissed. Drunk and abusive. Margaret Walker was brought up on Mon day charged with being a drunk and disorderly character, and was sentenced to one week's imprisonment. Obscene Language. On the same day Samuel Townsend was convicted of using obscene language in a pub lic place and was fined a pound; in default three days imprisonment. The fine was paid. A Drunkard named Daniel Sweeney, was, on the same day, convicted and confined for twenty-four hours. POST OFFICE.--From a ...

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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 December 1861

THLURSDA T, DECEArI3ER 26, 1861. OnR readers will agree. withyis that CRISTmiAs is a legitimate theme for a journalist at Christmas-time. Therefore, to-day, away 'politics,-- 'away business,--away all ordinary topics;-for we mean to keep. our holiday like everybody else. While we write the Christian world is com memorating the- Nativity of its glo rious HEAD; all Christendom is re joicing,-CnRsaTM.As is a feast, and not a fast; and we mean to rejoice viitlfthose that rejoice. The school boy is at home for the holidays; separated friends and relatives have met agair ; .-the sliops,j and banks, and offices, and warehouses, are all closed; ay, and in this busy btarvest time, even thea fields are forsa'en every body, and everything is dress4I in holiday attire; while down in the metropolis, in addition to all this, theobusy wharves are quiet, and the shipping all looks gay; and-if rail way carriages and horse vehicles are gliding to and fro, it is to contribute to the general pleasure. ...

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LATEST COLONIAL NEWS. (Yesterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 December 1861

LATEST COLONIAL .NEWS. (\ esterday's telegrams to Goulburn papers.) Tuesday night. ' Pitt-street tramway was permanently openes traffic yesterday. The St ship Great Britain arrived ut Melbourne _ night with the English cric-. keters. - In the Assembly i.steray the House was in committae'on the e Bill. There was considerable discussion n; the twenty-first clause. The House was connte d't on, the Bill, and adjourned till the 30th insttit - ..avourable news have arrived from the. ."aha elcoto Tb Elo i na nfo the 6hoalhaven eleto3 rata isfixed for''t liJitaryº r"9 = In' the "Empire V nppeairs the following, .dated Orange, December 21. Mr. Lee has jiist arrived from the Liichlan, this morning, and reports that a new hole bas been 'sunk on the south lead. In sanking, a complete shower olrg6old fell' from _the slile, weighing in all

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LIQUID MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 December 1861

.A:3%.. rw.t.:, LDiE AToolcker AAJ).'it t ol Puid manui ar e 8iies off ela uG: ndr. cletailed on # i c (r c:[ hancres wbilch * n rndrgoesin con; dl: 4 1 the u cndr j aontiat Vt linbele 1 of , " " z''a 2 These :r t~ c) in the case V ous soils than ysoils.?;. rtt ' loi 9011 3ki mquid b inanure .bie quantity S )iI. 4 Unider ances, ligquidi iso with pot= ".. fromrn liquid 'Ii i mnomia, abc]. 1¾ .. pothsl 6. "it of purely manure, as leavies the .1l the most matters in the s. 7. The )1 of differeoit onin1a, pot p acid from gfras gratly.. w;' e passed rich in sol :{} 14u soluble at absorbed so absorbed1 i the s oils ,tie amm1ionia potash. '10. n .salt) aire movect from :only tona Jhlorine, and, acid, remain t ulqui gh Wferent 9io m ie' .e takes up hich it<is does not a c with the of lime in !'13. Liquid 2 nd pa 6 osplioric acid' utt that it is a property which ran fesis, itself 'di: a 'varisty o ays.' Thus, soils rich in i yield this substance to li . manure;od soils ini which J...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Furious Riding. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 December 1861

_ ocali ýtutelligenrcq. POLICE COURT. Furious lidinq. On Wednesday evening last, W. C. Rey nolds was apprehended by the chief-constable, and:. taken before the police magistrate, for furious riding throu b the streets, to the danger of passers-by. The case was disposed of at once, the offender being flied £2 which was paid. Horse Stealing. On Thursday, William Martin, for whom several summonses had been granted but without the desired effect, was brought up on warrant, charged with stealing a mare from Archibald Kennedy. The accused was ad mitted to bail to appear again on the 2nd January. Drunkards. On Friday, John Edwards, alias Wilson, was fined 20/. for being drunk and incapable of taking care of himself. On Monday the same individual, and ano ther well-known inebriate, Daniel Sweeny, both of whom had been confined from the previous Saturday, were locked up for 24 lours, in default of paying £1 each for being drunk and incapable.

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Dec. 26. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN, MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 26 December 1861

fiornt1i~cial dntettig~'i'g - " OOLDEN AaE" Qfflce,LDec. 26. '. The Prires gtqWedi tion, have reference only to transac tions bet been the producer and first purchaser. QUEAN1BEYAN. 1ARKET. Flour, per ton, fine £20; seconds, £10 ; rations, £18. ad sd Wheat, rer bishel, . . . 6 to 0 0 Bran,;ditto .. 1 8 to 0' 0 Mnaizc; ditto ... ... ... ... 7 0 to 0I 0 Bdrlev, dito .... ... .. :4 0.to4.-6 Oits,ditto .t ... to 0to .0 0 Hay, per tan . " 41' to 65Cl Butter, (sal.) u 6 to d [ Bacon, ... 0 8 to 0 7 Cheese, ... 0 -6 to 0 7 I Eggs, ... 1 0 to 1 6 rotnt60s, per ewt. ..... s:. ETt Ott tie, S1. 10s. to 11. 10s.; Calves, I1. liss nr head. Sheep, 1s. to 20s., per head; Pigs 65 per pound Miles, 5s. 6d. to tes. each Sthepskins, 44d. to Gd lb. Tallow, per toi, 261. to s1t., for good aanpks Carriage, per ton,-Sydney to Quenhbevan, 81. 10s. to 101. Queonbcyan to Counia, h ts. 10: 1. 11 Q2UOTATIOYNS 4T THII MIILLS Fine flour, 201. Seconds, 191. Whisct .. ..: 6s. Gd lations, 181. per Lon Pollard 1.. .s...

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