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THE MACHINES. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 31 May 1876

TOE MAOHISJES. VESUB. Old Identity, Martin Lyons p,c#. and Warrior Lcaso going through. JTEVEB &ESPAXR, No. X Qneea 8.W. going through. ENIEKTElSE. No, 4 Queen goiog through. DSTIAtfCB. fit. J?Afcrick block going through. I

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Police Court. May 27TH. BEFORE C. S. DICEEN,Esq, P. M., J.B.Ross Esq. J. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 31 May 1876

Police Court. May 27th. BEFORE C. S. DICKEN,Esq, P. M., J.B. ROSS Esq. J. P. W. S. E. M, Charters v. T. O'Kane, mlicious libel, adjourned from Friday. Mr. Bowker applied to amend the information by inserting after the name of complainant the words "the warden of the Charters Towers Goldfleld," amendment allowed. Mr. Cowan asked the court to restrict the action to one libel; in the first information there were several offences ; the sentences were disconnected and disunited and therefore the prosecution should be restricted to one state- ment. Mr. Carter replied that the whole of the libels were contained in the leading article of the 5th February. The Court said it would be too long to set   it forth at full length in the information, the   matter of inuendos would be dealt with after if there were a commitment. The whole thing   would be considered in its entirety. Mr. Carter then opened the case and said,   the action might appea...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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northern miner. SATURDAY, JUNE [?]D, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

SATURDAY, JUNE) SHD, 1876. We have always held that more crushing machinery Tree required on "tlie field. This opinion Jjpenrridiculo4f Ay the owners of mills here an3 otters. " TOore is not, fcoVwfaV) 00 muoh-ittffBrenoa -batwocn the two opinions when properly stated. If all the stnn* raised in the .field were equally dleuibntoil' t6thV) macnints; aid at regular tiop^ tbpVpiejojt ^crushing power might"pfert»)ps be-BUmeient for present -iB^tlrtmetttfc'.' /Bfcii/.U ePti|ino-. tioelly the case. Some.. .machines get blocked whilst Others have igte spells. Whether this att«B from tltfa; superior crashing power of gomemillB. or not, is immaterial >. to the poiot. Were all the claims «ntwb hkaytAch ofalltbdtaaolimea, the cry for more machinery would not be heaved BattfHfln.tfcfe j^at.. extent of tbfe field $hji»;0)Ltpids reefa .iya practically yearly useless to their owners, (Uid it is ^ur this elus we hold that more Crushing machinery is required, It will no) p«y ,«> -bring stone f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

foM'.'l ?, ? Ml. ... .. Jpr/H C. PUROELL, PHYOattir, flPSOWMJ; fc^A&PQPOH^IJp, 1My O^aXifiti Medical Practitioner iinder. - j ykc fyiihA^ Medicdl Act, I Can faMPrtrovap. Wn.? OhurobJjjjU, oppOfite Huonic Hall, Mluer-tt. I flu! __U- ::i T&St. - MTTLBI, T.ATfffBEamSKT pOftGBON "<£» (%« ; jKe^ourne BotpUal, And SjUffpo to jtfae Hotpital^ Miujboroagli, ; ttahQOMMEKCED PBAOTIOE | INOHA.a?E:RS TOWERS, ; ?(* . vii '. CmnjfftcjEB Excafitajt Horn. S. j; W. BDWKER att t.?'o'n (i|« V* nmmnltod flaily atiSiAott'* HoW,.. >>???? jlUJ^OHBSTER. 3. S- darter.. ? 8 o ii i'o ;'"'/? Tiena?,« jffipftag frdpL' Chart^t ... ; ..A.TtOwBT. im eOtlOHOE, ? . fi^yrtrtfiHTqsait TOBAgWPAVrrs, -tel., r.,;V_QiuSIIBS ONWARJANG, 0Etf ERAI* fiTOEEKEBPEB, EES TOWERB. Maoleod *_ Qo^ - On,""". .Hnnttt-alia' igorwiwihg' "Agrtfo ?:]? ^COWNBVH.I<B). ?. i. alaSST ft«teirs®«iMHklfc ..MM*#'*? awwt Mm 8TEPET, 61&M: TiemB/eMtning Exchange Hotel, ' ; ,C&AitTER8 TOWfiftS....

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SYDNEY. June 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

. " -SYDNEY. C .. Jiwp 1. 1 The sentence of death* passed on Dobbye for, a criminal assault committed at- Balmain, baa been commuted to penal servitude, with hard labor for ten yiars. /^Tho Aisembly hai negatived a motion to rata a pension for BigjAifred Stephen. s . " f: Jnoe 2. The Treasurer 'lias agreed with ftommuit.to take &q account, ot the Bpr^er trade for tfao ensuing three months with*a'view to arranging a basis forsettlcment of the Border duties. The Assembly have authorised the formation of a second ^attery. of permanent artillery, . Two prisoners at ^arriilde lock-up, confined for borae-ste^iing, rtuhed .the gaoler and one of them escaped. Truuble* between the whites and natives in New Zealand; it is feared the Utter have re* nounoddChristi&uity. 81ipB of (be telegram containing the debate and tbe division list were distributed to our to ten subscribers mi ThuTaday-nutht. A miner fell off tbe ladder in Tyson's claim on tbe Wellington yesterday afternoon, ...

Publication Title: Northern Miner, The
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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] Rumored Resignation of the Ministry. BRISBANE. May 31, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

Telegraphic News. , [ISOH ,OUB BBIBB1BE TELEOEATHIC AOBST.] Rumored 'Resignation of the, MiniBtry.' 1 BRISBANE. May fl, 6*30 p.m. Isthe Assembly lsrt night, business had been disposed of, Primer gave notice of motion to appoint a Board of throe in iondon to advise with the Agent General. The debate wu then r»Bmed, .on' UacraaAn'e vote ot want' of'conlidenfce-motion. Thompson, In add,ssstag &e House, eaid i»-sSwold not pledge himself to vote against the Government j until ho heard further explanations from the Minbtr/. ' Hemmant ii now speaking 'and dividing his lubjoot into land, works and im. j njlpttfon ; he said hfe took the sole respbn libilty of the Feltbn land exobanges on himself, and (aid that SiS.OOO aores «.f land had been I offered, for homesteads 129,068 Bores. She Act j only allowed 18,000 acres to be offered at auction, ] and unless the land suction eyeiem were eventu ally abolished, it would be impossible to offer J leases. There were £1600 worth of land order...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

"CMTfta" S T 61E S. ' f Important Announcement! REUNQUiSHiNG ' v ' TBTB ? . . Grocery M Ironmongery ? BE A NO H E S. THE Proprietor, hayiftg AeterfhtneA to derate the whole of Jiii time and energy in attending to lrii 'rapidly ucreuingJ&ph?' akid outfitting .t>un: neei, now offers the ^hole stock of Gtaueriee, Ironmongery; CfOckeiy, Mining Bequbiln, &c., &c. ^nonstug to the public, at price, ranging from ten to twenty-five per oeiit under coat, go u to effect a speedy and eB9otni*ol«ar|fW. ;~r- > frtu&^e ofthe CBlTKaroir Btoreeliu, in a manner, made this step compuUory, bariijg no room to enlarge the premiwe 4o W tb jllBtice to tVie general trade f it is, therefore, decided to carry out the drapeiy branch at it onght to be. Xnankteg thoerowds of oonetituents wbohkv® supported the " Ceitebion" fince it» opening, the puhlio will now litre Djrwportnliitj of eumjlyit* -their vante from a large, Vaiien, a»f trejh ?took at prim Wiioli 'mttBt insure * ...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

Milling NeWS. OWING to the weather having clcartd up during the last forinight, the mill carters are busy at work, the owners of the various lots vieing with each othei for the lint plaoe at the machine. But all hare to wait their turn, as the machine yards are chock full of etone/ principally, from the larger claims on the liues, who bad eu^&fred the mills weeks ago. Owing to thia moaopoly by the big claims, the little parties are thrown to the wall entirely, to their utter disgust and discouragement. £t is indeed strange that on a goldfield like Chapters Towers crushing machiaey should be so ec&rce. The erils of this great want would be fully apparent to anyone visiting the several lines, and see the hundreds if torn of atone at grass awaiting to be carted and orushed, New retfs or leaders ere being tried on every par', ot the field, and what chance hare the finders of proving the .real sterling worth of their shows, unless they can iput a few tons AS u trial throu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

What proteets nsagainst disease P Th« pre SBrvation of bodily vigor and a regular action o the various owan). When a *1 rict observance o* the lain of Hygiene ii not alone sufficient to present oar vital eneigiss from flagging and our organs from lapsinginto irregularities. We have tile satisfaction of knowing that there is ft most efficient and .pleasant ooad|utor in toe preaem, tion of bealUi, todott which we can ri'Iy, trie.- j Udolpho Wolfe'* Schiedam Aromatio Schnappt. ; Bothmag't Ointmext.~B&& legs, wounds,' ulcere, and all description ofaorea ftre cured by the proper ana diligent use of tbfflfl inestimable preparations. To attempt to cure bad legs bi" plastering the edges of . the wound together u, folly, for phpuld the skin unite, a boggy, diseased oondition remains underneath, to break out with tenfold furjr in a f w dayl. The only rational and perwanont treatment, as indicated by Mature, istoriduee the inflammation in and about the wound, to soothe the neig...

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THE REEFS. LORD NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

THE HEEKS. LORD KELSO*.. Proipooting claim awl NOB. 1 ana fc £ ex* tended claim, Ponaldwn and party.-This claim wan taken'up bp the present party about eight months ago (the previous ownen having left it as not payable, &c.t) and immediately atarted a fresh abaft, which they bottomed, and hata siooa doco considerable dead work, but thiori look * oi if they wll be rewarded for their labor. They have*ppliod for & lease." The shaft is 70 feet* aud-they, are&ow engaged sinking an underlay for another lojel. StopTng from above the shaft at ptworit, the reef averaging a foot, and looking. formtKtifrS oii. Tlieflp are over 100 tons on the top, but crushing frill .apt take place for another month. \Worked .by whip ! a little water. No. 1 E., Murphy dni paNy.-This claim baa been at work for about two years, and a few good arushings have beau takep .frpin^it $ but tbe water was very troublesome, and at last run tlio original owftptt out entirely. However, it was taken ...

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THE MACHINES. VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

THE MACHINES. VB NOT. Old Ideality, Martin Lyoat p,c#, and Warrior1 Z«eate going through. . . KBVBB DB8PAIB. , No. I'Qu&n S;Vtf. goihg'ttirough. ENTEPPBI8E. 1 No. I Queen going through. 1 DBFlltfOfl. 1 8t, Patrick block going through. '

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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

mid lie did not consider "ha < #«® >ta>und by any role tfllrt Wf L^^Kt '3 ti was & matter it oiurieiy that no "(JIB w He may rf^'bk- engagiH InJrUoffloe J ralltd, and be couMjaot.Af Urtfrjered with by venous who carnc .troubling BWJ.%. , - *Mj. Carter thought it T515 . alr1 cipbet the .motar>a4l&t)oU«ir A«n 1>« ''1d o'lLuia: ea a matter of coiirten_v Mr 0 Fiyun . care them tefortInf hi was npt jbtfUndiy ajy . ? rule and not ordered eSiJSftksly to give the miifuics, he did not eee how the committee could . . 1 '^'Lu'sncraudW^O'fcSmi baffamkied to him to go to tbe *Mre^y7i*n& g«t him lbiwafewtwj he^et Mj^artertiandwlth bfc .the eecreteiy to let Mr 0'Kane haw to Vhe minute-book. Be dBtiot knbw anything was lain down in the rules about the matter t he let Mr'O'Kiae.hmetwW:4? tlae witaalje*, b>it Mr O'Bene did not cbino age n The oheirman gtt*. veijion of ttyi oeenr rence, agreeiui; with Mr Iiiasnf r a. He stated he had declined to interf...

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The Governor's Speech. MAX 23RD. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 3 June 1876

"Kb* Governor's Speech ..j^AX.SSUD,. . (From the OcmrnmtKt Oautte.) AT nopn, this day, Hii Szeellenoy the Governor proceedtdin Stau fram Government Home, to the : Legislative Gha.mbers, to open the Third Session of tin Seventh Parliament of Queeusland, and delivered theTcnlowing Speech s EoN6tmiBLS omraban'or ran ImoieiATivx Oantran avd 0-kntle^ch or THE Leom ? ,'tinrx ASSEMBLY, I have muoh pleasure in again meeting you anSseeldag ybnr fcdvlfte tad assistance in tbe government;of,th^ Oolopy,. During the last Session ,of "Parliament an 4d<irti«s wu pr^nted.^pe^y'theL^slative Asiemblj,- praying that,I_wouid bopleasea to cauio to; he faid onthe labia pf,tiwt.tfoiue, copies o? aJlpeepatohMwbich had passed between nypredecetson andmyself ud Her 'Heieity'e Kopretjiries of Slate for the Ooloni*,' in reference to the Botnlhation of Members to the Legislative Council. ? I apt now in a position, with the .eoatiott*rf-tho Becwtaiy of State, to comply with that regopst; and shall at ...

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Northern Miner. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 June 1876

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1876. THE new Ministry, >o tarns it a os, is calculated in inspire public confidence. ; Until the vacant portfolio is filled, 110 complete judgment. ean. be :j>jssp>l pi> the ? Minslvy #s a whole, or on i'S cliances of a prtftHSetea existence.- Willi Mr. Kino at his old post we should be inclined to augur most favorably of the prospects of * die Mjiistiy. 'Jliier -ieut on of iiis former offiee,(^i>«3tmftsteivSenerii.l»bil> by -Mr THORN, leaving the office of Works and Mines o|ieti for another claimant, seetued to hoi. Lout eoma. hope thft- Mr would Hio induced to j 'iii the" Ministry ; but Monday's telegrams snipori 1 lie idea j that Mr Thdbn will take the Works a, .d Mines himself, leaving the Postniavtei Generalship to sume one else. ^ it does not j|em {i|ely.ti^t My., wil^-tic oept a' post' so much inferi' r in prestige and ministerial: influence asthePoskpfficn, aft«r having .enjoyed almost abno ute powerw'S^Mihiror-for Works and Mines, and w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 June 1876

Dr. H. C. PUBCELL, PHYSICIAN, 6UEGEON fc AOOOUOHECE, j Jhlg Qualified Medical practitioner minder tie Quceiutaiui Medical Act, ©in 1M OoneotiigD Daiht et fate Beiidenoe) Ohurdb Hill, oppMlUs Masoaic Hall, MlneMt. 1 BB. LITTLE, LATE SENIOR RESIDENT SURGEON 2# the Melbourne MotpiUtlt And 'Snrgeon to the HotpiUl, Miryborcugb, I . 5A800MMEHCBD PHaCJCXOE I IN CHARTEBB TOWERS, ' m'lirii' CONSUMED AT THE KXCHAKQS HoT*L. j fi. J. W. BOWKER attornc2, SoU«^, ptoctoc, ffion-- ' .feega«m», ? 1 Ota to eoiaulted <!»% »(^HMion'«iIbld, t MlLLOBWTBk . J. B Carter SO hiCITOK Tieinc;'* Hining Exob»nge Hotel Ohurtor* j Sloven. I 3. B Cowan, , ATTOENEy AW> SOLICITOR, COMMISSIONElt idb AFFIDAVITS, to, CHAMBB8 TOWSBS. R. Binder, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, fa. H0BSMAK4T., OBABIKM IoW*BB. All order® executed With ne&tnesa and dispatch. Bm,ll parcel, of »\\ ldnd« rf Ooio BOUGHT. tlfWMl janoT general STOEEKEEPEB, CHARTERS TOWRRB. Z ALAND, MjeTl®KIEEIR * ©®IHGBSi8Bt®W &©EMT ynna STfiKB...

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SYDNEY. June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 June 1876

| SYDNEY. The "Claude Hamilton " is embarking offifera monuments and cable for the steamer " Kdin burgh'" which ufu>r loading will proceed to Port'Darwinlo pick up the cubic. Tbu FreucV consul that1-in ibe-event nf,a duplicate European cuble being laid, New Caledonia is willing to join-in a guarantee for tbe minimum interest. ARRIVAL OF THE HUEZ MAIL. Tbe Sue* mail arrived at Adelaide at daylight yesterday. The Prince of Wales arrived in I/onBon on (be 12t!i May, aud met with a reception of the hoartieet- kind. The Queen vna awaiting his nrrinil nt Buckingham PuUtv. In the ove.iing there was a graud gala operft. Tbe woj1 Eulce closed on the 6th May, the 1 bidding «*. spirited throughout, g»od wasned fleece ruled somewhat dearer. The vote of want of confidence in the Israeli ministry conspqueut'on |jte inorio of p roe Jam n tion of tin* Queen's iil'e of Empress of India waft negatived. In r< plying to a motion for the production of papers in connection with (he action o...

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Telegraphic News. [FROM OUR BRISBANE TELEGRAPHIC AGENT.] BRISBANE. June 5th, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 June 1876

Telegraphic News. [FROM ODD UltlSBAN"K TJSLEGBAPHIC AOBNr.] , BRISBANE. Jjjne Stli, Mr, Thorn has euceeded In lornjiiig a hew Ministry: it consists of Mr. Thorn. Premier, PoslinusteMJcnci'ui, and Acting'Miuiaicr for Woika and Mines $ Sivwjirt, CohiimlSeorctAry ; Dickfion, Tr^iiirerjI)oii;;ljs.: Luhdi; i>rt0itli8« Attorney-Gencuil; the portfolio for Works mid Mines not yet filled. It is understood t hat-Macalisler resigns his seat for ]|>6tvicl^"'id.<ropko 'Worn,for .Thorn's elfoiioa to tbe Assembly, ii i« expected tbat llio cl«-cti<in will be contested, if I'tmrit is rclui-ucd ho will i aku llio Works "and Minus. H. 11. Smith has been ujiooinled successor to Obarlei Co&eu Crown Lands Commissioner ISaet Morton. Juno.fi. The Governor cut tbe first sod of the railway extension'from l)alby to fiouia. There wuio large number of visitors present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 June 1876

"CRITERION" . . . -."I't-n: ; . ; . ? S TOR E S . Important Announcement! REUINiJy IS HINJ3 THE Gropery & Ironmongery BRANCHES. TBS Proprietor, having determined to devote the whole of his time and -energy in attending to bis rapidly iucreantig drapery and out-fitting bmi ness, now offere the whole stock of Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, Mining Reqoiiites, he., &c.-amounting to over £4006-to the public, at prices tanging from ten to twenty-five per ceut undercoat, so as to effect a Epeedy and effectual clearance. The ibHU {jronlage of the CEITEBroff Btoras hiB, ln b manner, made this step eompnliorj, having no room to enlarge the premises ao as to do justice to the gsbeMt mdK p itis; therefore, decided tpleany "oitUhe drapery branch aa it Ought to be. Xn&pk'.Bg.the crowd* of constituent! who hkte aupported the " Cbicebioh" ?inoe iu opening, the public will now bare an opportunity of supplying their wants from a large, vaiied, ana fresh .took at pricea -whi...

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Police Court. JUNE 2. BEFORE C. S. DICKKEN, [?]Sq. P. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 June 1876

Police Court JUNK 2. BEFOBF C. S. DICKKN» Keq. P. M. Police v. A. Malcolm, allowing billiardd to be played on his premises without u license. Hie defendant. pleaded "guilty," but stated be bad forgotten nil about the matter. The police l»;td iufovmed him last year tvben tho license oc pired. lie hid been away to Melbourne, and bid been so busy since lie came bncktbutlbe I matter escaped bii memory alto#et!ier, J Sergeant Mathers said llie licenco expired six I months ngo; it was not a public home. | Tbft bench fined the defendant £1 and costs i of court. Same v. John Gard, licensed publican, fur . allowing billiards to be played in his licensed ! houfio, the Club liouBi'i without, a lirenm). ; Mr. Cowan uppearcd for defendant, W. M, Motvnray, O.P.8., deposed : Rnovrs defendant < he. bun not n billinrd license forhis, licensed pubiichouse ; defendant spoke to him some .nontliB ago about a license j told defend* ant it wut> uccccttftry to have a. billiard Koen^i for a de...

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The Legislative Assembly. MAY 23. (From the Courier, 24.) THE ADDRESS IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Miner — 7 June 1876

The Legislative Assembly. Mil 23. (From 1 lir limner, ".'4.) THE ADDRl.SS IK liEPJ.Y. MB. Tysel in moving tfaar. the Address be tulopU-d, suid he wo* not aware whether it wot UbUiii fur a member sitting on the vro3*»b6nch6s to more tlie adoption, of the <Addre*« in reply. He bad been reiunfed astii independent member, und would -endsivdV ton 4»frfct>erv<s that ;.in dependent;. He coutd not ally himself to either side of the liout* until better-Acqumiited with Ih ir politics than at present. Tbe bou. member pro ,c» tied to reriiw the Governor's tipcet-h, cxui-cfetug.iipprovnl of that portion which rcfy* to i Iiq *eu oit urraiigotofetiLfi iuade of jmmigitmts. p Mr &<*Lean,"in n-cntidiug the'"motion,*tAtei tint beliad qopieinto tne Huufc nsu supporter of u Liberal tioremmont. tipudking of the i-uhjecis mettiioned iti Jtbc GovwnorVgjwpb, be 6nid it had surprised iiirathat uti'-eii^iJirf O tbc working of loo J£migri!tiotHJeptiK}ment had noi tak...

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