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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday, Received 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From oNr SyUdney Correfpaodent.) SYDNEY. Wednesday, Received 9 p.m. Joseph Silver, who is employed as a pilot at South Head, has received a legacy of forty thousand oounds, by the death otf rich uncle 'i, England:-.{ .. 'L:?':' A riot occurred atBalmain in congeqence of the sentence of death passed on Dalby. A mob stormed the house of tile person whose daughter theo rapo was committed on by Dalby. Sevoenteen summonses 'hnmve been issued against offendors?;. Another action for malicious prosecntion was hear '.to-day, wherein Owen Quigley, a cab propIrietor, obtained one hundred ponndsi danmages against Thomuas Moore, coach builder. Mr. Hanley Bennett intends standing for Liverpool Pl?iiis-?diii .... .. . ... " Appearances indicate that theParliamentary sessionis drawing to a close. Time body of Frederick Brown, the unfortu nato young man who was drowned in the har bor on Sunday last, has not yet been re covered, and all hopes of finding it have now been abandoned. ...

Publication Title: Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate
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Temperance Meeting at New Lambton. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

Temperance Mecting at New Lamblton. (FIRO OUR COORESPONDENT.) A TnEpEnRcixc meeting in connection with the Now Lamnbton Band of Hope was ]hold in the Phmitivo Methodist Chuach on Monday evening last. The church was crowded by a most respectable audienco, who seemed to thorofighly enjoy the proceodings. MIr. R. Jones presided at the haruonium, and ren dered consideorble osatoietnco to the singers. Mr. W. Seddon was voted to the clhair, and after a few remarkso opened the meeting by singing a melody ontitled "The Band of IIop," the audience joining in chorus. The ClOn.o?u?N then said as he could see a good many strange faces present it woutld not he out of place to give a, brief statement of how the New Lambton Band of Hopo was getting along. The institution eld now been in existence for something like eighteen monthl; during that time 240 persons had signed the pledge, and out of that number he was pleased to say that they still had habout 150 standing good on the books. Some of the ...

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LATE ACCIDENT TO THE STEAMER KEMBLA [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

LATE ACCIDEN1T 10 THE STEA3WIL KEMBA The Loaod Mlaril lhoard vesterdny, hehl a prelimiarnry enq ary into rtie c'no of the KCrmlla's. rr nllrta g our t th. rok bet'ren Sa.epherd' 1 till aind Nobb's, oin the morning of thie trd inst. Thero ware c present, Cnalpim Allan, (Chairran). MIessrs. Caros, Stoker, and Vallacc. The evidence o[ tile captain, chief marte, aid tcro seamn wans taken, atr tshe araquiry declarrd eoncluddad. Tre deehoiaio of tie Board will be tiven to.day, and in to tnorrow'a issuea we will publish the evidence in full. |

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

SAILED. Queen Emma, barque, for Nowc~atle ., The Ballina, for Sydney left Grafton at 8 a.m on Saturday last, and crossed the Claronce bar at, 4.10 p.m. the same day. The clipper barque Malay, Captain John Millman, sails to-day for Wellington direct. She .takes a cargo of coal and passengers. Mossra. J. Reid and Co., ate her agents in this port. Tho barque 'Frisco Carl, 530 tons, and theo barquo Athena, 412 tons, are expected in port this morning from Sydney, as thle steam-tug Goolnwa wont up to Sydney yesterday morning to tor them down. The ship Silver Eagle was made ready for seos yesterday, and Captain Richard expected Ito get to sea at about 11 o'clook lasot night. Sho taaks 1054 tons of New Lambton coal for Shanghai, and draws 2 Oft. 3 in. onDAdn even keel. She has been loaded by Mosara. J. Reid and Co.

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NORTHERN JOCKEY CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING, 1876. SECOND DAY (WEDNESDAY), MAY 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

NORTIIERN JOOK1EY OLUB. AUTUMN MEBTING, 1870. EzcoNb DAY (WOEDNEODAY), M"AY 17Th. [ron otrUR roinTINO' REPORITELi.... T a weatheor for the secon dbay's rocegf umdor thoiauspices of this CLub; wao ,a littl, improvement on that of the preedig:dai. The course, hoovgrer, was very sloppy sd heavy, operating'sadly against, fast time boing negotiated for any of the various events. The attendance wao very poor indeod, numbering about 800 persusm, but this is not to a won dered at considoring the ,wusther, the sloppy state of thle course, a and th pproahu there to. sVe must not omit to state tlmt the West Maitland Volunteer Band played some choice selections on the gand stand on mcl day. Tue racing on the whole througlhout the nmeeting was very fair, and it is much tobe re getted that finacineily speaking the meeting wll moot probably be a failure. Wesamy w regret this became every fort that could be mde to bring h tng te meeting to a suecesfl iture wEas'msdedby the olieis eof this protnha i...

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THE NEW ENGLAND (s.s.) [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

THE NEW ENGLAND (s.s.) The recent regulnritYivith which this vonsel. has made the round han evoked from the publua gieceei-lly moie than ordinary l sndstuoen ?e feel bound to coiugrntolate Captainn Harloyfor the expedition he Ihans lately used in trading his veuel from port operot; thereby.afforrlin re rapid communication with the metropolls, Nt is very much to be-regretted tbidt the New Fnsland should hlave collided with the Chal lenge..but .from the result of the inquiry in Sydney it would appear that. no blame can be attoehed to Captain flarley, or his crew, thereorn giving oofidrno to pasonenger,' and insleretiallv guonraLteeiog due vigianee. .and raretul navcigation? bhy them. Wfe hope the N'ew England inder thoe skilflolnkuimanshl?'f her present commander and his able ebiet offlicer, Mr. Mann, will long oontinoue to nmake prosperons and speedy voyages to this port. C. and 1. Examiner. The ? bnrqu% Coa du Village was ehoartered yes terday to 1proeil to Port Chlmers;, New Zea' l...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

... WA ISEND-- :. ,A unintcntioniaI olsio,? s like]lt occur between thoe prnomotors obf the oisteddt and thosoinclined.t talo rt o nlth Sho of Arts dobuito. o1tmh mctineerar anouteS to take placo this (lsoraday poremng,o unless:tho friends of bjtlihwll atr[aux i' on tlioro'is notlhing loft bIito;. iono o f : tho mO ingasto.boa.failure... Tho,.oujt id. l undrdesinrblorcsult is, for tlihe roiahtos o oisteddvod toei~ tiift 7and nos tho busib nhd not. bon-t hh verI R. Musogrvo takos oxcoption t mcy notice the dbovo dispate, andlremqeatoar mq ,to thatiho still conoidoet thathallt on!lhi gro and that. there hba n rvorbo on anyo mnde sinoe the origiinalle o anrc thato s quontly the angles of the fllotmonto lha boon lifted. -,Of t~)emarits :of the 'ipt know nothing more tlhan vll;t am told; as there are two or leorbh aperveo more pa to the dihputd, it ,ill bd b'cstlfor 'oech t"s their case im your columns, which will al tho' publi" "an? opportnity :ofi judging which eiddltho factlb1 1 .y rt...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

THE W.EATIIlER. Since Sunday afternoon last, we have had almost insesnnat rain, though very light; and hoasnononldero ho ve aimat all got their tanhk nell filled. The wind on Sunday last was light from S.to S.W. and onl Mondny bhanned to S.\W: at which point it has continued. In'Neweastle, and the distriot, the rain has done much'good, hut up the country, should ther e be acontinua tion of the wet weather for another week, we anticipaterather oericon re u'ts. Alon the co st the weather is.much the i me a in i~ew castle, and our telegaphio correrspondents inform us ,that at Port Stephens the wind is s.W: mnd "itheri"aivy rain falling:'-There is alsna heavy rwoll on ontside the port. At Port Maequarie, eo rain fell vestorday: the wind was S.W., and tlhero was a heavy sea. At South Head (Sydney), the wind was also from S.W, ,bi thee wias very little :eii? Heavyl rais winas fnlling" . t lalhinb, the ua" was moderate, the wind S.E,, and light shorersj falling. Along the Wollongong and Ki...

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NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1876. (Before Mr. Hannell, J.P.) INSULTING WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

NEWCASTLE POLICE COURT. T~VEDNESDAY, hAY 17, 18i(i. (Befaore Ir. Ilauell, J.P'.) L5BULTINU ORUY. James Hill was charged with using in sulting language to Joseph Taylor in a public place, at Newcastle, on the 11th inst. Mr. Nichlolson appeored for comlplain: ant. . Joseplh Taylor delposed: l was at the hbottomu of Boltoui-strcet, on the Queen's whart, at between.10 naul 11 o'clock of the forenoon of Wedncesday last; I was sit ting on a box with a friend of iiine, one Peter Edmond, when defendaint conm up ; lie said to m, " well Taylor, when are you goiig to settle that account 1" I told him I would pay him when hlie sent me a correct accounlt, that I was not going to pay him twico; lhe said I had a correct and I said 1 had not ; lie called me a liar, aid said, " Ihave'been keeping your wife amnd famnnily: while you have been loafingi about ;" I walked away along the wharf Peter Edmond was present all tihe time the laiguage was beimg used. By defendant: I positively swear that you cal...

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PARLIAMENTARY LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

PARLIAMENTARY [aor TIlL 5. 31 iILiD) LEQISLATIVE AbSEM?BLY. TUESDAY, -" 10TlH, 1870. lik thi Legislative AssoLibly,• Ministers answered questions respecting an alteiation iin tlto site of the Court holise at Coonunble, tihe proposed site of the now- Courtbhouse at Walgett, the nuimibr of copies "of- Greville's Directory purchased by.tlhe Government, the amount received for minors' rights, the expendi ture of the Minisg Department, the aus pension of the wvofls at Blackwattle Swamp, the transmission of nirile by the Kembla to Newcivstle, "ovidence taken before Land Connrissioners Courts, the ?ages and 'hours of labour of navvies, Idbp?riiis, and' niblinics, employed' on the railyays, the want. of additional mnagirtiates at bludgee, the scarcityof water in the district of Mudgeeo, the erec tion. of a Court-house ,and lock-up alt Glidstone, and the opeding of tli -post and telegraph ollice at iurrows. " On its being moved by Min. TERRY that the 'Contbmpts before Justices, Punsish mont ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

WANTEDS. iT,.N'TsD,., , HOU-MtAID. . A.pl ai, ? I'nam etea'l linok.r . 61 .I*?TASN'IED immediately, SERVAN SIs :~I' S Hotels, Families, Ac.. Apply Mrs FRANCOIS, Ilgistry Olfce, Boliton-street. 624 W ANTED, a SMART INTELLIGO?KN LAD, bout 15 yeJarofapl?,t~' iarn the Printing liusiness. Apply. to the offize of this Journal. ' 'VANTED, BOYS tioSELLr PAPERS. Ap. S ply to this Ole. o " - WANTPID, TwO TURRNOVEIR to the JOB PRIN'I'TNG.,BUSINESS: Apply to the Ofie of this Paper. TWABNTED, Compeaent Canvassers for Time . PaynmePt Books. . Good Commission., Apply from 10 to 2. S A. HUTCHISON, , The Original Time-pa)ment Bookillel, ioond-ddift, Jjrby-slreet,. 539 Luke Road, Newoutle. 1T ANTEI), 50 COAL-MINEIRS. Conistnt work. ALNWICK COLLIERY, Woodford. 460 SANTED, a YOUNG MAN, acoustomed r to the BllIhering Business. Apply to Mrs. PRATTEN, Wallsend. . :, 538 ,W ANTED a .few RESPEOTAB[LE X BOARDERS. Apply, Mrs. JOHN DAVIS, Plattsburg, Wallsend. 614 7ANTED.--To Rent a HOUS , 1jmo O .lichere in t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 18 May 1876

FUNERAL. FUNERAL.               The Friends of Mr. WILLIAM WILLIS are respectfully invited to ettend the FUNERAL of his beloved DAUGHTER, JANE ANN : The Procession to move from his Resi- dence, New Ballarat, Wallsend, TO- MORROW (Friday) AFTERNOON, at One o'clock. A. T. JENKINS, Undertaker, 617 Wallsend and Lambton.     FUNERAL.             The Friends of Mr. HENRY WHEELER   are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE, Elizabeth. The procession to move from his residence, Wallsend, this   THURSDAY afternoon, at half-past 3 o'clock. A. T. JENKINS, Undertaker, 616 Lambton and Wallsend. FUNERAL.           The Friends of Mr. WM. GRAY are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERA...

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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

--TUAITLNAND. ; a Cn iort0 O- TrrgnsIo. - A man tamed Junel, malrgcd at the policbcourt .yosterda?, Witlh uttering a forged note at tho was a badlyforl4 ne, on the A.J.'-C, Bam for £1, and wits passcd on a mina nitmed Torner, wahen srving stlthe lar of a booth. heo prisoner was arreoted-at the races on onday, aona gazetted !dosription.: iTunror,t wlteii placed to the wituesss box, said that tho prioonor was not the man who uttered the note to him, and Juol waa consequently die. charged. IsFNTiowETi.e An adjourned lo uest was held yOstordty, touching the death of a inlo child, of a.gir nmoted Nary Culbert, which was aound in a oter closet ait OCroylo' iotl, about ten days ago. Tho Ihoti? ?l?es o :ai'nltion of the bodny thsin p:cvn that t?ce child had lUvediiiter;bibth, aid~the evidence went to sho, that .Ctllbert woe Coifined in tho ~sht ono~'Sun soiy3nmg ., ' iThe girl was olmmitted for trtlabnai c?uerge of Infanticido. Tths is thobseond child 'ho his hl, tho first beingnow alive an...

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WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

. e1.NCIoPALIF4.LECT!ON ir-s After dli Colmncil-mooting--cIlosed-on-tonday- eveooning thel.(?sifor rodoivoral hnothcr .n6mination fo the officol bf. lilormnn to b:fill, tho vaincy caused by the resignation of ~M. C. larpor. Tlho last fgintlomannominkiodl' js Mr, lhlrsoO S'oy1'p?)?rgoto wn. This will monko fi)ie ho nebld~? 'f~?r:~in~ l·eeorgoetoo two frcc .tla lool~yo ond~%n lic~roon )voroltaoh. II 3o ibt5'6tt;nbih.' fr'i~~tobio how hinn'wi com0 fo'tlIo'oll;"b~it tlhd j~lia'bilitico 'roth' thoro will.npowy ,bo. contcst. Thoroi a flOl in connoctidn with tli? nbioi~ fion which h1 canusod ia coihsidorblo amount of discussioc It appchrs that two of thie candidates bol 'Thibh;it iouti'fbih htio:rooi o3&uill rehd?,r botl :nominitioois iivoalidl;oiorily?o?no aondiddob reqoircd.;LHotlvoovoii'ch, i0not the case, but hod:tlt0 ?illibo hoiinoatod in one plapcrth rosult migh~t have boon differcnt.

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LAMBTON. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

. BAD. NOTES -Another;'bpurions £ note has boeen passed in Lambton, but th, peorson whb passod it has paossed on withou leaving i a?ii ddress :'It is ?i disg?ricd to th police force of tlhe district that thes w?h?oletll sewiindleor. are n o ot :ap~)dil,.i if Wpar..lfp) bothiSing elo f]lip to alloylrthem .it again ei bail, . . A OAPSIZE,-On ,Thiursday a hors lolbnging toMr.'t' f.HugliHes storokepor; ol Elder-street, was being driven oit of Mr. Johnson's yrl iito Do 'Vioi i-street, whon it took fright at tihe rattlng of some galvanized iifisihliiah wnas in :th: ilni4 Iowhlich it wi attacheod: Thie horse bolted,:and on turoig into lGraingor-street,onofeU tt wheeools coam into contact wilshthsejerbatone, and the dray tqrnodovor on toits.mqut2h.i One of the draly slhalfts was brokein,-ut no other damago wii done.· : db : !A-CirlnseT'" ofoI f thoe ihq,'iec Iiih Lanibtesi pit lia away to-lls whil~iE po4 Ang upthop EngineO osol ti?d i 'hh' ildd'bls Irisa had comisgin ':Csntaict! with a beam...

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WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

. SKITTLES.-- t sil be seden by adver. tieinott.lhat several prizsisro offeroIdby3Ir. H. B luiiian;' ofL tliohe Allni Hotlo , br'lie best raycrs of thllis old gaimo;s'ielich'is'to come ,off this'(Fridiiy)' 6vbhiing. -. T.E'i rr. IO lEALTr l -Fevoer is still very preqvalent .here,. snn (hiera .aro s-everal Bevere cases 'Ivoen-under-lreatminLnt just now,. ,'lo, "'funeorl", noiiii;3noic.)e6iui , cujifn-s sug. kest' thati in' sivbsmol chss tHis'oioid'kindred diseases .Iyo, proved ,.ftatl. ,Amongst tile dcathsoociinesng durio'g- tlioliiift-'t,,dldys ii tho wife of air. I-WhWloler, baker, of thh place Whob died rvithbr sudde~ily rill wb wors interredl'on Thirday afternoon' her'reinmni eisig followed to their l'st resting' plaeo byl hlarge n ber of frionds. Also'tlh:e ldest diughtecrof ?Mr.' T?. Villis, who died after only a few day's illness, and who will boe in tcrred-iif tlio l16cl dcinet'crj tliidity;.Friday. DA,6d CalANaE.B y B igi'iitiscment, it will .1g , seen that inu eDxlnsiv snle...

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CITY & DISTRICT. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

tITY &__ITR_ NEWOASTLE. HPLD Ovro A I. ter~ cf Mr R. lMusgrave, and neverml oth.r itenis of distri t nesu, wtiiele will app rl!to-lurrav. *iJPnotp.~0bi i r;i: ' piit'rs.-Tlhe time for cceptanera..fort I GirGnd Ilandi?np ie'conno?tihtitv-th the sports to be held oin the 24th inst., has booeen extendled to Saturday night next ait 8 p.n. Pedestrians will do well to note this. NEwoasTr.l ILacos. - M ,r Vr. H. "WVhyto, on behalf of the N'ewcastlo Jockey Clhb; hold a o of the getros, booeth, cake stalls, &e., for tihe forthcoming nacco, at the Ship bInn,,2yqstceblav ofternooo. T'le follow. bn~Ti~ee G'~niehtstajili~boai -fbh to Mlr. 2. C. Watt; No. 1 boothl £12 12s., to IMr. J. Co?nish; No. 2 booth c.12, to M!r._ J Vil. lnes; No. 321inoth, £13, to Mr.- Tif l nrnan N'6 1 cak-stalla £21 s; d.,, to 2tr. Wilcox Nif.2'ejkc-stall "£2 010s., . 'It. C. "Watt; N6 11 crie-rstall £2s:;-'l: Mrs:.-Idith'; spin ning jennies, &c:, £8 10s., fj. V. Huldon lottery bootlh 'l0.;' smie ...

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"Custom-house, Melbourne. "May 9, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

" Custom-house, Melbourne, "M1ay 9, 1870. "'GeIntlemen,-I am in receipt of your letter of this day, and passing over tho nature of the terms in which you make your com munication, I haveo to request that you will comply with the terms of my proviods letter of this day, as until that is done to my satis faction, it is my duty to detain the goods referred to. " I have the honour to bo, gentlemen, your obedient servant, (Signed) TI.Ii. . GTnRIE,, " Collector of Customs. "2Iesors. L. Stevenson and:Sons, Flinders. lane, Melblurne."

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OUTWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

oUTWARDs. Catherino Baspwtsjludatry. Jolla Iloeklj,Eso from Sydii)ly IL ·:'

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NOTES AND EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate — 19 May 1876

OTEA ANDNDEVETS (FROM OUR 0 SYONEY.ORSPNDENS.) TwAT obduratoeprinter again. I feel.at this moment as if I cequld strangle some body,'withont'tlo slightest compiunction. -I wrote the followiig.s~entndce;, as pllainly as thie proverbial pikest?iB'concer: lg tid' panutomine at tile VictoriaTheatro : "'But MIr. Lyster has divorced those hitherto inseparable associationis ; he has given us a pantomiine, SANS clown, p)antaloon, colmnbine, harllequin, and Christmnas," meanmling to convoy the information that the pantomnine was given wstnouv clown, pantaloon,j &c. But I was disgusted to find that tlihe intelligent conaositor had robbed th'w~hole semntonc?,b' smtt mean and sense by snbstittin '?tIo 'd " scenes" foi " sans." No doubt it was the samo face?tious typo who .putin-th. word "move" in aprevious panragraph lor " nmouse," andu "Jones" for "Dibbs.'\ What'is aman to do 1 I will e'en -! suffer and be : strong ' under, my, affliction. Happy thought ! By way of punishment, Iwill us...

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