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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

WRIGHT'S Pastoral : Agency, CHARLEVILLE. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, Etc. WE keep no runners and buttoners, and give the Vendors the benefit of all deals. We hold the record of having made the biggest prices for horses in the South-west by private sale, having sold 400 head to Kidman, Cattle King, and 200 on account of G. Brown. Esq., Townsville. Wire our office describing your Horses, Cattle, and Sheep. Our buyers will immediately Inspect. "Per ratio* 2 J per .cent, private sales-5 per cent auctioned. , Splendid secure paddocks at low rates. ,. Agents, for KIDMAN, "Cattle King." J, P. MARTIN. Bourke. MONTHLY HORSE SALES. VULCANISING WORKS. NORMAN CUMMING desires to announce that he has taken over the Vulcanising Works next door to the Carlton Hotel. First-class work guaranteed. Charges mod- erate. Shop 'Phone 195 ; residence 318. CAR FOR HIRE. PUBLIC NOTICE. W. W. SAINSBURY is now prepared^to undertake the sinking of Bores up to 1200 feet. Lowest estimates given on applica- t...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

. Longreach Hospital. ] - : o : - ' "" 1 The May meeting of the committee of management of the Longreach General | Hospital was held in the secretary's office on Wednesday night last, when there were ! present :-Messrs. F. M'Keon (president I in the chair), H. M. Gallwey, W. Richard- son, G. J. Adam, A. L. Russell, J. M. Dur- kin, J. Browne, R. F. Creaghe, Rev. B. C. Wilson, A. Brunner, and the secretary (Mr. j F. C. Longworth). Apologies were received ! for the non-attendance of Rev. Father I M'Laughlan. From A. G. Shears (recent patient) writ- ing to express gratitude for kind and skil- ' ful treatment whilst an inmate of the in- I stitution. whose staff he considered equal j to any metropolitan institution ; also in forming the committee that his great faith I in the surgeon had induced him to journ- j ey from Brisbane to Longreach for the ! special purpose of consulting Dr. Wallace, I to whom he was especially grateful for the j skilful manner in which an operation had i been pe...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

I »/f Edwards, Martin, Ltd., Are Distributors of Rex Stoves Are unequalled for economy in fuel» Are perfect Roasters and Bakers. g Are guaranteed perfect. . , ooqoo -fiOQOO -ooooo Edwards, Martin, Ltd., BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, : LONGREACH. IMPORTANT NOTICE, WOLSELEY SHEEP SHEARING MACHINES and DUPLICATES. SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS IN PRICES. Large Stocks available at Agencies at Longreach, Blackall, Emerald, and Messrs. Meacham & Ley- land, Barcaldine, and other leading stores through- out Central Queensland. Write for Catalogue and further information. DAL8ETY & COMPANY LIMITED ROCKHAMPTON, Sole Agents. We are Agents for and can Supply at Best Prices Paling & Co.'s Pianos, Piano Players, Phonographs and Qramaphones. Cash or Terms. We stock all Accessories-Needles, etc., Violin Strings, &c. Corona Portable Typewriters, Kodaks of all Descriptions, We carry large Stocks and supply Film», Papers, Chemicals. &e BARKER'S The Leading rl Booksellers, ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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My Lady's Toilet [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

My Lady's Toilet .. ? n . --- In the elegant days of the 18th Century, my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. This ' was chiefly due to the elaborate coiffures then in vogue. But the beauties of that period were famous for their brilliant complexions and graceful figures, and the following simple recipes, some old-fash- ioned, some modern, may not come amiss to my lady of the 20th Century. THE ETERNAL FEMININE. Most women will suffer anything in order to improve their looks. In order to keep her complexion in its pristine freshness, the 18th Century .'belle** subjected herself to a most painful "skimming" process, whereby the old skin was peeled off with Carbolic, leaving the new skin underneath exposed. Crude as the method was, the theory was excellent. Everyone of us has a clean new skin just below the soiled outer one, that is now visible. The modern application of this principle is to use Mercolised Wax. This is applied just like ordinary cold cream, but on account of the oxygen...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

BLANKETS QÜILTS AUSTRALIAN BLANKLTS, made from Australian Wool, by Australian Workmen in Australian Mills. ^."^-Srrráíe Bed Size-72 x 54 in. White. 22/6 pair Grey, 22/- pair Three-quarter Size-81 x 63 in. White, 31/6 pair Grey, 31/- pair Double Bed Size-90 x 72 in. White, 39/- pair Grey, 38/- pair QUILTS Filled with best Java Down or Queens- land Cotton. Beautiful Floral and Paisley Designs, with two contrast panels. Double Bed Size-6 x 5 ^Frilled. 27/6 Without Frill, 22/6 ^ Single Bed Size-6 x 4 Frilled, 24/- Without Trill, 19/ IMPOJRTED PURE DOWN QÜILTS McLlNTOCK'S, DAVIS, or WOOLINA Eiderdown Quilts for Double Beds, from 52/6 WE PAY CARRIAGE erything for Furnishing e Home. S & CO. LTD. E STREET nor Ann Street) Brisbane WINCHCOMBE, CARSON» LIMITED. WOOIi BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, LONGREACH AUL Information regarding Wool, Stock, Property, Machinery, etc., will bo given promptly on application to the Manager-G. A. TAUNTON. Offllces-Imperial Hotel Buildings. ""Harrup...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Northcliffe's Nephew. VISIT TO LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Northcliffe's Nephew.         VISIT TO LONGREACH. Mr. Geoffrey Harmsworth, son of Sir Leicester Harmsworth, a member of the noted British newspaper family, arrived in Longreach by Saturday's mail train. Mr. Harmsworth left England early in May, 1922, on a tour of the world for education and experience. He has spent nine months in New England on stations and farms there, and will have spent nearly four months studying Australasian conditions. His father is the proprietor of the Ply- mouth "Western Morning News" and was for over twenty years a member of the British Parliament. The younger Harms- worth is a nephew of the late Lord North- cliffe, the Napoleon of the British Press, to whom he bears a striking resemblance. After completing his world's tour, Mr. Harmsworth will take up journalism as a profession and will commence duty on his father's paper on his return to England. On his arrival here, Mr. Harmsworth called on Mr. T. F. B...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The World's Wool Clip Declining. CONSUMPTION RISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

The World's Wool Clip Declining. - ; o : - . CONSUMPTION RISING. Wlnchcombe, Carson, Ltd., Sydney,||re port :-"In alloting reasons for the recent high level of wool values, expanding con- sumption of wool has been given its full share of credit. But other factors are also at work. In the last ten years, the world's clip has fallen close on one seventh in volume. It was estimated at 3,160,000, OOOlbs in 1912, but in 1922 the figures were down to 2,6S4,000,0001bs, Last year's total showed a decline of S2,000,0001bs compared with the previous twelve months. Reduced to its Australian equivalent, the world's clip for 1922 ran into 8,200,000 bales near- ly 1,000,000 bales short of the 1912 total. In the face of these figures and the wider use of wool for apparel etc the rates avail- able for the raw material in the past nine months are not surprising. On the surface, the acuteness of the position should push prices higher. It may do so. But the ne- cessity of keeping cost of the goods tur...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rifle Shooting. LONGREACH DEFEAT ROCKHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Rifle Shooting. _____ ; o : ______ LONGREACH DEFEAT ROCKHAMPTON. The members of the Longreach Rifle Club put up a very creditable perform- ance on Sunday last in their home and home match against Rockhampton, as they averagde 90S per man, and when the fact is taken into consideration that the shoot- ing conditions were not too brilliant, they deserve every praise. Longreach won by 12 points. Rockhampton totalled 531, an average of 88 _. On leaving the 500yds. range the posi- tion of the team stood at :-P. Rawlins 66, G. Thurecht 63, H. Avery 62, R. Thurecht 6. E. Oliver 57, and J. Rose 57, an average of 31 2/3 at each range. R. Thurecht top scored at the 300yds range with 33, being closely follwed by P. Rawlins with 32. At the 500 yds. range Capt. G. Thurecht once again secured the possible (35) whilst H. Avery and P. Rawlins missed by the nar- row margin of one point. At the 600yds. range 32 was top score, put on by Herb. Avery, who required a bull's eye for his last shot to make h...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

JACKSON WELL KNOWN FURRIER and TANNER MANUFACTURER OF FURS and RUGS ALSO WHIP LEATHER. Customers Skins Marked and Kept Sep- arate. DEAL DIRECT WITH JACKSON Himself. Country Customers receive Special Atten tlon. ADDRESS PLAINLY JACKSON'S FUR SHOP 338, George Street, BRISBANE Nearly, half a Century in Queensland. C7 L. C. Wooldridge & Co., Limited. Stock and Station Agents, IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDING, LONGREACH. Special Agents for Queensland Primary Producers Co-operative Agency Ltd., Wool and Produce Brokers. Agencies Queensland Trustees Limited. Northern Assurance Company. LET US SOLVE YOUR LIGHT and POWER PROBLEMS. We aro Electrical Engineers, and make a feature of erecting Electric Light and Power Plants in country centres. The problem of creating light- ing and power systems in out-of-the-way places is one we have successfully solved for many Queenslanders. By utilising our service country residents may have electric light installed in their own homes equal in brilliancy to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

,^nmtomnymm<i Increase the Value of your Property. i -with S.W.P.-guar- anteed under the "Cover { the Earth" trade-mark. *wsss 1 Sherwin-Wiuiams Paint *>«?» is durable, elastic and unvarying in colour. Easy under the brush, it covers well and gives lasting satisfaction. Specify Sherwin - Wil- liams Paint (Prepared) always. Local aégents: Edwards, Martin, Limited. « n«*»v 4mm**mm+o*mHi%ft TELEPHONE No. 57. ROSSBERG'S CORDIAL FACTORY AND ice and Cold Storage Works GALAH STREET, LONGREACH. Most Up-to-date Plant outside Rockhampton DELIVERY ONLY TO REGULAR CUSTOMERS. DRY GINGER ALE AND SAROSSO SPECIALITIES. Westbourne Works NEAR BARCALDINE. WOOLSCOURING and SHEEPSHEARING TERMS on application. Woolpacks supplied at Cost Price. 4* For addional particulars apply to The Western Queensland Meat Co Proprietary Ltd, D. M. FERGUSON, Manager. The Longreach Hotel Under New Management This Hotel has been thoroughly renovated and is now the most up-to-date Hostelry in Central Queensla...

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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

v MOTORING NOTES. - : o : - After standing for 9 years Murray and . Aunger's famous drive from Melbourne to Adelaide (580 miles) in 14 hours -54mins. registered on a Dunlop shod Vauxhall in February 1914, has been beaten by a small margin. This record has always been con- sidered one of the finest inter-capital ac hivements ever recorded in this part of the world, and the surprising feature of its eclipse is the fact that a comparatively light and cheap car-a 20 h.p. Overland, light four-shod with Dunlop tyresjias ac-p complished the feat. Two Adelaide motor- ists in Messrs Watkins and Peterson were responsible for the fine drive. They left Melbourne at 5.30 a.m. Thursday (April 19th) and averaged 48 m.p.h. to Caster- ton (235mls). Kalangdoo . was reached at 11.15 a.m., 25 mins. ahead of schedule and the gain had been increased to 32 mins. at Rohe (370 mis.) clocked at 1.52 p.m. (Adelaide time). Kingston (395 mis-the start of the 92 mis. desert waste) was reached at 1/57 p.m. At Wel...

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Correspondence. COUNCIL FINANCES. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Correspondence. ~--: o : COUNCIL. FINANCES. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). Sir,-I notice in your issue 01 tne ¿aux inst, you congratulate the Council on the satisfactory state of its finances, there being an overdraft of about £100, whereas 12 months ago it was £7,750. Please bear \<f' in mind, that never in the history of the Council, has so little work been in pro- gress, or the rates so high as at the present time, and this has been in evidence for some time. The Shire General Fund has been used to make payments on behalf of the Electric Light Scheme, which has since been re- i paid by loan from the Government. It is an easy matter to keep the council's fin- ances in good order, when little or no new works or repairs are being made, though urgently required throughout the shire, and striking a two penny rate on country properties. The proposed expenditure by the Main Roads Board, on some of the main roads, will x'elieve the council from, some expense. Striking a t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Ccmmcmiv^Iíl>A®anííor3u0íA -? HEAD OFFICE ^s*v<*B){»-sv- 8YDNEY. I OPEN FOR ALL CLAS3E8 OF I General Banking: Business ? In the Principal Cities and Towna of Australia, New Quinoa (2) and London (2). I Savings Bank Department ? at all Branches, and Saving« Bank Apanclea at 81S9 Patt Offices through ? put the Commonwealth of Australia,Territories of Papua and New Guinea, Solomon ? Islands Protectorate, and other parts of tha Pacific. ? Sá% interest on Deposita up to £1,000. I 3% Interest on Amounts over A1,000 up to átliSOO, .1 Deputy Governor: Governor: ^ » JAMES KELL. air DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q. STEWART'S New Winter Goods. We have just opened up a large and well assorted range of Winter Goods, consisting of ñ. 40 inch DRESS FLANNELS, in Stripes, Checks, and Plain. 31 inch VIYELLA, Stripes and Plain. . 31 inch HOLLENA, White. Beautiful Range of Ladies' Silk and Brushed Wool Scarfs, Girls' Knitted Wool Blazers, and Men's Knitted Wool Scarfs. Men's Overcoats, all sizes....

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POLITICAL. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

POLITICAL. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). Sir,-In your issue, April 27th, appears an article above the name of S. C. O. Jes- sop, where Mr. Jessop says "This election- eering business seems easy. All you have to do is to wait for an opponent to say something, it matters not what, then leap on to a wool-pack or some other elevation and deny in a loud voice all the other man said". Mr. Jessop then adds, "Of course you wait until the first man has gone." Now, Mr. Editor, as reader of your paper and a supporter of Mr. Payne for many years, I think Mr. Jessop's remarks are un- called for. I heard Mr. Payne speak here, supported by Mr. Dunstan, long before Mr. Lyons addressed the electors of this elec- torate. Moreover, as a voter and friend of Mr. Payne's, I take exception to the remark made tay Mr. Jessop when he says, "Of course you wait until the first man 'has gone.".. I would like to embrace this op- portunity to say, "Jack waits for no man to go. He is always willing to meet f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Do you live in the home of A Silent Piano ? THERE it stands, in lonely gloom close by the wall, an expensive tombstone on the grave of vanished joy. You personally never could play very much, and lack of practice has still further stiffened your fingers. ^ The children are only in the five-finger exercise stage and other interests have impaired your wife's never-to be-much-talked about technique. The New Beale Player-Piano is an instrument which supplies fauldess technique with a rich, resonant tone. Eight expression devices give absolute tone control, enabling one to get the fullest wealth of colour and feeling out of every selection played. All that is re- quired is an intelligent appreciation of rhythm, accent and expression. Printed matter sent post free to any address. .DÜATT7 fi? COMPANY T TJ^ JL> JUXIlJLjJLi (QUEENSLAND) JLf X xJ . William St.. Rockhampton Head Office: 90-92 Queen St.. Brisbane (opp.Pike Bros. Ltd.) i 'I You have my Sympathy, Cook ! f¡ It's tough luck when...

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NORTH-SOUTH TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

NORTH-SOUTH TRAFFIC. Though the agitation for further across river communication is becoming more clamant as time goes on the Victoria Bridge Board, which so far has had control of inter-city traffic across the river finds that its powers are limited-that it can deal with Vic- toria Bridge but not with another bridge or tube. The Board, which is elected by the interested local Authorities, is anxious to extend its powers so as to enable it to deal with traffic generally between the North and South side of the river, and approaohed the Local Authorities for their endorse- ment. Six of the Local Authorities are however against extending the Board's powers and nine in favour. The Board has therefore decided to adhere to their prev- ious decision and approach the Govern- ment-after the elections-for an exten- sion of power. When this is granted, as it is likely to be, there will come up for final settlement the big questions of site and whether the extra communication is to be by bridge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

j "W ELGAR j , THE Tennis RacqüetRepairer î 57-59 Sydney Arcade, j j Corner George & ;¿^ü^v I I King y? Sydney. /¿|¡||¡|^ I 5 Superior English /j^^^^^^^^ff S I Lamb Gut t^^^^^^^^r I i j English Best jHe||1||P^ ( j !. Mf,?-Tr7-y<ar3iN^5TR,N£SDowNoRCRoa i NVZ ^-Ô^r 9P PER STRING ? ^^rhACovzrs sent parcels post ! 4P COST 9? CASH WITH ORDflfc ] I AM PbOMPT WITH COUNTRY OBDER&j, j MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commissions Executed on all Events Local and Southern. Golden Casket-Hobart every Mail. For AU LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone Mahoney & Pattison 78 (Shop). Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). P. O. BOX 9, LONGREACH.

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Football. THE ROCKHAMPTON CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Football. r\ . -. " . \ß . ? THE ROCKHAMPTON CONFERENCE. Mr. Glasson, the Longreach delegate, re- ported at this weeks meeting of the local league, upon the Rockhampton Conference as follows : There were delegates present at the Con- ference held at Rockhampton on Friday last 'representing Mt. Morgan, Rockhamp- ton, Mackay, Gladstone, Emerald, Black- all, Barcaldine and Longreach. Mr. T. A. Dunlop, Rockhampton, was voted to the chair. He extended!, a wel- come. Credentials were then taken. W. L. Connors and M. Lyons (Mt. Morg- an), R. Bradbury and J. O'Brien (Mackay), W. Davis and C. McConnell (Gladstone), E. H. Glasson (Longreach), S. Hoy (Bar- caldine), W. J. Austin and T. A. Dunlop (Rockhampton), W. Thorpe (Blackall), and T. W. Murphy (Emerald), i Mr. Glasbon said that as four of the gate he would suggest that they, be allowed Leagues were only represented by one dele double voting power in lieu of proxy. Mr. Connors (M.M.) said that he would not agree as he objected to proxy vot...

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BARCALDINE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

I BARCALDINE NOTES. --: o : - _ / ?jgsjs^ (From Our Own Correspondent). ^^Bsociul-Mr. and Mrs. McAuliff, of Stag ^^^?ount, Aramac, with their daughter Shei ^^^?h left by Monday's mail train en route ^^^k Ireland, by the "Osterley". Mr. W. G. ^^^Voran, Police Magistrate, formerly sta ^^^Kmed at Barcaldine, passed through on ^^Hfonday's mail train, with Mrs. Moran and Hbvo daughters, on their way south. Mr. ^^Hpdgar Parnell, of Brisbane, spent a few ^^Blays in Barcaldine during the week. Mr. ^?anu Mrs. K. Dalzell, of Yolande, with their ^Hlittle son, are sailing by the "Osterley" for ^^pPombay this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc ^Bxvor, of Widgeman Station, Jericho, and ^^Ffamily, havo been visiting Barcaldine for ^Htfie past few days. They have placed their ^^Bldest daughter at the Church of England ^Brammar School, Barcaldine. Mr. C. B. ^Hpluxton, C.P.S., Barcaldine, returned ^Kfrom six months holiday on Monday night. KMrs, Buxton will arrive next week, when ^Vthey will take up their resi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

LONGREACH RACES WITH IN THE FRONT WITH BARGAINS LADIES,-You are all looking: forward to our Annual Races, and along with your natural anticipation of a good day's sport, comes the question WHAT SHALL I WEAR? Don't Worry. Ward is FIRST in Fashion's Field And an Easy Winner with The Jockey of LOW PRICE on the Steed of GOOD QUALITY. So do not procrastinate but get YOUR RACE N EEDS NOW. First Race Where Bargain Rings The Bell. RACE GOWNS. NO TWO ALIKE. Embracing Crepe-de-chene. Georg RACE GOWNS. NO TWO AUREL ette, Shot Silks, Smart Serges, all RaOS GOWNS. NO TWO ALIKE. breathing of Fashions latest effort RACE GOWNS. NO TWO ALIKE. anct-warm from her hands, no cold RACE: GOWNS. NO TWO ALIKE, dishes served from "WARDS". He RACE GOWNS. NO TWO ALIKE. asks for the LATEST and Best for RACE GOWNS. NO TWO ALIKE. YOU and gets it. These Gowns em RACE GOWNS. NO TWO ALIKE. brace every conceivable shade. 6. Extra Good Linen Robes Worth 49/-. 7. 100 Cheque Gingham Robes. Worth 25/-. FOR THE RACES. FOR...

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