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Successful Fruit-growing In Riverina. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

Successful -Fruitgrowing- In- - .M-th 10. ! i Rlvcrlha. ? i. Right in |ihel*ceiitr^ of ..tho 'dricfst part of JRiverhiti.is the vineyard and orchard, of 'T\Ir.' W. G. Midiljemiss, and, tho description' of it und'tho results arrived at is worthy of the very careful attention of 'pur Richniond River farmofs,' ' whobe . surroundings are so much moro favorablo, und many of: whom have ample time and spuco to add to their income and comfort by pursuipg a like course, if only on a small s&te.- i\'.' The vineyard and orchard is thus described Sydney Mdil'.-u-.^. . Mo^nft is situated qear-Morago, on the Edward River, 25 miles from Deniliquin, and.c-withinn& .couple, of , miles, of . the t Balranald-road. The orchard forms part of la selddtHdnr*' which originally -coqaisted of 'Mly^O' afcrc^' Wit' now- CohtaWs 'rfCO acreii-u'©fl 4Ki» '16 acres' are»'ddvbted -to' fruitgrowing, six to? Jmy, and the re mainder is pasture land for .horsey. No cattle ardTfqrt/'tihe ni l I k &am...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
School or Arts Bridge-street. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

, ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 1 * ' '.?«« 1 School of Aits Bridge-street. -. ' An adjourned meeting of the committee of this 1 institution ,was held on Tuesday evening-, last, , wheN there were present, Messrs: -Wi ' -Yabeley .i J.P., President, in the chair, Capt. Storey, H. 8. Ferjjusson, A. Yahsley, P.,'Orook,;and F. B. Watts,; hon. Seoretary. ? : -if iM ? .. The minutes of the previous .meeting were read and confirmed. Tho election of a person to fill the oAo*. of seoref§rijj- rendered, vaoantbythe ..r^signatian , |l| of Mr. Watts, was then prooeqded wiOi, and l| on the, motion of Mr. H. S. Fergusson seconded Hi by Captain Storey, Mr. P. Crook was appointed H! to that position. ? || The meeting then adjourned.: K

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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What We Might Learn from the Chinese In Garden[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

i What We Might Learn from the Chinese In ttaritenl - g. The large hall of the School of Arts, Pitt-Street,, was filled on Wednesday evening last to hear1 tho- agricultural in structor of the Board of Toohnical Edu cation lecture on ' What, .wo might learn ifrom the Chinese as Gardenors.', After a brief review - of agriculture in China, Mr. Mackay said that, with the exception of tea; the Chinese had no extensive agriculture, in too ordinary acceptance oi the term. . They had never done any thing notable in grazing ; their : country was too poor over extensive areas. The pig seemed their stock animal. ' Sugar pro ucj; jpn \yas very much of . a failure with th4^,'hbtiwitli'8tanding thoir cheap lftbourl Biiit the . 'Chinese are notable gardeners. \Va-w6re indebted, to them for many .vjtitwti^sipf : fine fruits. The soil of their 'county jraa pooi; uaturally ; hence they Had. made tHe best of it, and were expert alt ppan.uring(jdftaf.fing, Mr. Mackay then entered upon the practical asp...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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The Colonial Contribution to the Australasian Defences. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

The Calonlal Contrlbntlon to the Aastmlaslan Defences. The Premier of Victoria has received a communication -from Sir Julius - Yogel, pointing out 'that the Imperial Govern ment derives a large revenue in the shape of in income tax and stamp duties from Australasian colonists residents in London ijt is estimated that the amount 'Contrib uted in tnisi way oy -jm ew aeaiana rioloniurt^n is (450,000,. ail4 jby Jjhe^ rejsi qents of all the ; Australasian ; colonies, .£500,000/ : He.suggests thai the i: point ifi w6rthy :bf' consideration in ioonnectioii with the contributions* which 'the IftipeiS ial Government. makC lpr .f-he defences df colonies. „ Sir' Julius 'Vogel has asked Mrf ,Gi^lieii to communicatfe .with; Victorian ' delegates ? by cable on the Subject, as he intended bringing the matter under the notice of ' the' A'gent General for New Zealand. ' Mr Gillies $a8 accordingly instructed Sir Grahaib Berry as desired,' belieying that the point ^ais^ed i0 ^nimportftntonQ, in co^que...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Adventure with a Shark. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

Adventure with a Shark. We have heard of an adventure with a shark at Blaok Point, on Saturday, 12th March, which is worth noting, and should operate as a warning to all yatchsmen to be careful in dealing witli these gentry. It appears that on tho evening in ques tion Mr. Justice Boucaut was fishing in his dingy on the well-known grounds at Black Point, but without much sport savo in small sharks and dog sharks. Towards evening Mr. Boiicaiit started for his yacht, sitting in the, stern sheets of the dingy with his yachtmaster (Mr. H. Harris) rowing. One of the sharks which they had hooked, about 4ft. or 5ft.' Ipng, having got away by breaking] the hook,, the, judge was relating to his man that ho ought to have followed the adyice given him by Mr. Justibo Bundey several' years ago, never to fiah in a dingy at Black Point without a rifle or a bayonet, and. was relating or had just related what led to that' advice, namely, tliat, he. had seen Mr. 'Justice Bundey 's dingy. tbwed abbut '...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Chance for the Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 22 April 1887

? A Chance for the , Klrb. There is someone in Toowoomba who! is ^nxious tja secure a good wife, and this is the novel manner in which he . advertises ib-last Saturday'siboMwomia^ Chronicle: — | PRAClICAIi DOMESTICATION. ; A person who does nbt wish' his name orhis ^fflidence;to belknown ^ is 'so im pressed^ with th& idea^that the ' training of yourig women of ihe present' day is Jot Buch as to fit them for the position of ood hqjisewives and mothers is willing to give: Wo prizes^— First prise, £50; Second prizey £2$ ;-^to' be competed for by the' young women of the Darling !powns District, The; qualifioations to be as f bllovrta : 1. Age from 15 to 21 years, j 2. Figure. strong, well grown* healthy, - with good carnage, j 3. To be. able to' read English well aloud, to : write a decent letter i , according to grammatical rales, anil perform on some musical instrument, or sing moderately well.- ,, i. To be able to cut out and make their own dresses and underclothing; dress to...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Review. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

' Review. ' EdItcation fob ''India. By Francis' fepring, L.C.E., T.C.D.; Mem., i!in8t.C.-E.; Executive Engineer.; Under! Secretary to the Government of Bengal,; in- the ^Public Works Department;' Fcl j.o^the Calcutta University. Cal cutta W. Newman and Co.. Limited. I f 8 7y r I ' ' 'We have been kindly favoured with the perusal of a pamphlet on the above subject, by the author's brother, Mr. E. M.JDl 'Spring, of the Coraki Public School!*1 *' . r,:; The author tersely and lucidly states the' object and scope of his essay at the outset, in the following words:— 'The object' of the present essay is to render more easily accessible some pf the in formation that has hitherto been hidden -yt!vb.lael books, upon the progress of technical education in the ojder indus tri&l'Ctfa\itrics, and to make 'some sug-j gestiqus as to what very special circum ?stHn'cfes .'of Indian educational and'indus trial conditions appear, to .demand.' The fact of the essay being written cvjdSritJy ? aV...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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(From Tate Brothers' Agency and Trading Company, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

? (From Tato Brotliots' Agonoy and Trading Company, Liiuitod.) Mnizo, 3s lOd to 4h Id ; onts, 2h fid ; chuff, 5s Od ; onton lifty, £5 Ob ; luoorno, £3 3s ; potatoes, £4 0-3 ; onions, fis; bran, ojd; Capo bnrlcy, 3s; buttor, Is Id, Arm; ohooso, Cd ; haoon, 7d, firm ; oalvos, sonrno ; pi^s, moro plontiful and not so firm ; Ilayou's Hour, £11 (is ; oggs, Is Od to 2s ; fowls, 3s Od to 3s 9d ; ducks, Hs Od ; guoso, 7s (!d ; turlcoys, dull at Cs to 1 Oh ; milcli cows, in brisk doaiand, at £8 to £1-1. oacb. .

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

Correspondence. ;[Tho, Editor dooBTiot hold himsolf responsible for opinions exprcssod by oorrospondonts.l

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

General Notices R. A: H: AND P. SOCIETY. Intonding Exhibitors aro inforraod that ALL EXHIBITS, other than Live Stook, will bo CONVEYED FREE eaoh way by tho O. and K. R. S. N. Co. from Ballina or any part of tho Main Rivor and Nouth Arm to Irvington, and thonco to tho Show Ground. THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION will bo hold in CASINO on tho 24th, 20th, and 26th of MAY. ENTRIES CLOSE on the 19th of May. tfgr For Sohodulo and particulars apply to JAMES T. TANDY, '? i , ? ? i v Seorotary. BEETHOVEN MUSICAL INSTRU MENT and Musio Wabehousb. JOHEPH 8TROI6, PIANOFORTE TUNER, &0., Woodlsrk-atroet, Lismore. 4ST Orders for Musio Binding, taken. JAMES ROBINSON. Architect ft Balldlng Surveyor, I Keek-stbkbt, Liskobb. Bogs to intimate to the residents of Lismore ana tho Richmond River generally that he has oommenood the praotice of hia profession, and solicits publio support. Charges striotly mo derate. JEANK STRONG, SYDNEY BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, WOODLARK-STREET, LISMORE. 03? All orders by post ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

General Notices. LOST, from Coraki, mouse-colored HORSE, acred, white hind fetloob. Liberal Bo ward to finder on leaving tame in care of Wm. Yabsley, Esq. £JABETAKING OF WHAEF, &o. TENDERS will bo reoeived up to 10 a.m. on SATURDAY, tho 7th May, from persons ?willing to tako ohargo of the GOVERNMENT WHARF and SHED at CORAKI, accord ing to the conditions to be Been with the undersigned. , W. YABSLEY, Chairman of Trustees. E G A L NOTICE. As it is persistently reported in certain quar ters that I am about to leave the district, I beg to stato I havo no intention of doing so, and MY BUSINESS WILL BE CARRIED ON AS USUAL, and under my own personal supervision. Dated this 16th day of April, 1887. . J. W. ALLINGHAM* p U B L I O NOTICE SEDUCTION IN PRICE OF MEAT I, the undersigned, horeby give notice that on and aftor the 1st May tho PRICE of BEEF at my shop, and delivered, will be as under JOINTS and STEAKS ? 3d per lb. CORNED BEEF, per 1001bB.. 9SBs.. . Mutton as usual, ' ( . lg5T...

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River Steamers Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

Itlye^. jSteamers Tiine-Tatile. ; The '^Howing 'time-table' -8 published for genital ^information ?!-? (fj , \ d j The Messenger leaves ^'oqdburn for Lismore „everyTO9iT-ing,' .ro^urniug.to .Woodburn id n'W»f&nfaoB -?'?t ; Thd lrvinj^bn lenvfes Ooraki'for TrvihfrtAn at 8 a.m. daily (Thursday and Sunday excepted), iii'M'ittJ leavoS'rrVington' ffir Coraki' at 3 o olook same days. //R-itpn'-feayyft- Coraki for; Casino every Monaayi Wednesday'andTTriday at 9' a.m } . . ( ,C».sii;o , for. . (jjoraki ' every . , Tuesday; «*-'ThurMajyandSaturdiy. '? : j The Mabel' leaves Woodburfl for Lismore every Monday and Thursday on,- orriyal . of* the mails from, Sydnoy, and' Lismore for Wood? ' 'tjuorn every Tuesday'and'Friday at'2.30 p.mi , Alsp, leaves. Woodburn for Ballina every sov^«a&98$i;jr 'pnil'datnrdti^ at 9.'3(), returning same'days. Fenwi^Ufltpanaers' lea™.Jjifm9re for Ballinal ? and Ballina for ijismore'atfi.30 a.m'. aaily, |

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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

CABLEGRAMS. . London, Tuesday. There is much excitomont on the Ger man-Franco frontier; the people of Nancy are dreading a sudden invasion by Germany. France is mobilising 200,000 men of the territorial army. The Pope offers to mediate between France and Germany. An attempt has been made to assassi nate the Commandant of Sofia by means of dynamite. The Ameer of Afghanistan has de feated tho robols and quolled tho Ghilzai rcbollion. At tho Imperial Conference, unanimity prevailed over the discussion of the Ad miralty proposals for naval defence, New South Wales alone declining, on the ground that the cost is to be divided on the basis of population, trade, and ship ping. Tho Manchester Chamber of Commerce has declared in favour of free trade; the Glasgow Chamber in favour of protection. . ' , London, Wednesday. Tho Popo has created Bishoprics at Grafton, Wilcannia, Port Augusta, and Christchurch : Vicarates of Kimberly, Fiji, and Melanesia; ecclesiastic pro vinces of Brisbane, Adelai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

Business Announcement*. rpHE RICHMOND EI VI fit HERALD, AND ; Northern Districts Advertised, published nt 0 0 B A K I, RICHMOND RIVER, j Every Friday morning. Tho IIbbam is oxtensivoly circulated through' oHt tho Richmond, Tweod, and Olaronoo .. Districts, aud commends itsolf as .? A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDID1&. Teams of SoEoonifiiON — 5a per quarter, 2(Ja por annum, in advanoo. 5s Od prr quarter 22s por aunum, booked. The quarters commenco 1st January, April, July, and Ootobor. Now Subsorlbors ohnrged from dato of rccoipt of thoir orders only. ADVERTISJ NG CHARGE!} : . 8. d. First inoh of spaco ? ? ? ? 2 0 Every succecdiug Jnoh up to six inohes. I 6 Wanteds, and small ndvertisomonts of flvo Iiiios or undor (cabh) l .6 Births, marriages, and donths ? ? 2. . 0 A liberal roduotion mado for advortisomonts ordorod for a number of iusortions. Cash must accompany ndvnrtisomonta Bent by persons who havo no aoaount at tho ollioo. All instructions from advertisers should be in wr...

Publication Title: Richmond River Herald And Northern Districts Advertiser, The
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Lord Randolph Churchill's Rate of Speaking. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

'Lord RMlph riiurchIH'81 if cite of Speaking. ?- ! ? rh i , Loss Randolph . Churchill hag become a mud ? tefr&r to ' ttfr ' teportefs — mild, because thti sonorousness of his. voice and' the general .dis^ tinctneMTCnf - hlB ;utteranoe 'are some set .on against the rapidity of his ? delivery:- Oil Monday .night,, in fifteen minutes, he Bpoke 208 lipe^^f.the TfflCM.or nineteen ^twentieths ?Wrf a^joluein, ?Aire^-fo'urthg of .cotuinl} being about the average spoken by memHers who are ..repjarted iQ the first person. Lord Randolph'* i rate. fl( ' delivery, without allowing 'for ohcers '[SijdVntilejf ' interruptions,' .waa'^at the; -ate bf '140 s:' WotSb'' a njinute, !and, as there weresome pausei th? ' fifleen' miiiutes, hia' Lordship .when.fhe ??WaR' fepeBkihg kept up' the paoe at . 150 .wdrdi a minute or more. This puts an unusual, strain nonTeportors tiking-hotes under conditions noi i!fsronrable:to the 'heariDg-.p.f.pvery -WQrd vy'itli .. .C^r.Wijjty.i . Bnd gives, them indiv...

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TELEGRAPHIC. GRAFTON CIRCUIT COURT. SATURDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

TELEGRAPHIC. OEAPIOIT CIRCUIT COURT. Satuuday, 2 P.M. Tun Riot case has just started. Mr. Butterworth, assisted by Mr. Soholea, appeared for the Crown. Messrs. G-ibson and Norrie appeared for tho llotnan Ca tholics j and Messrs. Barton and Ellis, instructed by Messrs. Allingham and Dickoy, for the Protestants. The con duct of the Rov. Mr. Currey in sending the Judgo bouo printed letters having reference to the case was particularly condemned by his Honor, who threatened to have them burnod. Monday, 4.50 p.m. Wotherspoon has been discharged. Thursday, 9 a.m. T. Kelly, John Finn, Thomas Sexton, and JereuiSah Mahoney wore declared not guilty. James Morrissey and John M'Guiro wero sentenced to two months imprisonment in Grafton Gaol. John Soxton was fined £50, and the other eight defendants £4:0 each, and to bo imprisoned until the 'fines wero paid. Somo are now paying the fine. 11.50 a.m. , All tho fines liuvo been paid, Mor rissey, has been sentenced to three (not two) months' impriso...

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Sows In Pasture. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

? . I Sows In Pasture. TnnnE is no place on earth where a breeding sow will do so well as on a bit of pasture with a little slied for a sleeping place. There she will never have any trouble, and will always have strong and active pigs. She may repuire a little feeding if there iB not suiEcient grass, and it is always well to feed a little extra, as it gives her greater strength; but she should never be fed ro much that she will become fat. A fat sow is always a poor breeder and makos a poor mother. The instinct to eat the placenta should not bo interfered with, as it supplies just the kind of food which Nature requires to replenish the system. W:hen thts is eaten a sow will remain quiet, and is more docile than when she is deprived of it. We havo known sows to kill and eat a pig because of a ravenous desire for animal food, and when they hive eaten the placenta they would not touch a dead pig which they had accidentally killed by lying upon it. After a sow has grati fied her instinc...

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Assize Courts in Country Towns. [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

' v AlssIa ,€ourte In Conatry Towns. At tha corjcluBion of the eriminal portion 'of the bueiiaess at' tl^e Circuir Court held at Dubbo last toe'et hisHonor Mr. Jueticelnnes addressed I ' 'the 'court as follows : — There seems to be in some inflaential quarters an jjiea'that some of the country towns .whim assizes are held should be deprived of this great privilege. I trust ft jatop Vifl-1)e.lal^en-Ifl i tlTat Qjrectidn/wifhinit ?; gra've -cbnsldCratidn.'It maybe true tttdtlri scuneparta of- ^he. colon y .there .are spme toyr ns} do w'atsizrb tbwiis* '-«^here' there-iB-no'-- nenssity for maintaining themc^t such towns, but cer ?l-tafaly-to. cay | mmd- ;th«;- fftef0 falling, off of ' ' b'usineas^ as it ia' calUjd, ^,t. ^be sittings 'of the Supreme' Circuit ;poufts is' 'by no meanf conclusive evidence' if' AKe absence of the necessity for such courts. To my mind, where s 'thfere-ie-na falJing offin population and wealth; fietfd i ill). Various ^videijces of pfogresa and ,-m.)iter-«tl p...

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LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 6 p.m. (From the Manager Clarence River and North-Coast Farmers' Association, Limited.) [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

LATEST MA11KET QUOTATIONS. SYDNEY, Thuiwdai, G'r.m; (From tho Manager Claronco Rivor and North Coast Farmors' Association, Limited.) Maize, 3s lOd to 4s ; eggs, Is 8d ; piga, Id, per pouud.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser — 29 April 1887

? S^eisial Advortisemen^A; [An extra ojiargo of. 20 por cent made for ad .'} k .irortisomonts.iusortod'.iii tliis oolunin.] EDI .0 'A- L. F. «. CON IVOR, M. B., M. On., EmNRURan, 'UNjvaRSiTyi mny bo consulted nt Mobbs1 Hotel, Coraki, Daily ; nnd at Murray's hotel,' south woodburn,'' ? front 10 to 1 o'clo6k, ^ i tgg- EVERY TUESDAY. | bdio al 'n O T I O' BJ wpHi j ,M( iR.;.;CviS.j;.L/6j Av. London, i ' Begs to nnnounco that ho has takon thopiaotico of Dr. ViOLifijB, lately ,of' Wttrdoll, and will visit WOODlftJRN d'n 'Mondavs otld BROAD -j WATER on Thuhsdavb. | .T?PjR;S^tE, 09 jioop-^at^r frontage, ,wURiri r ' 'i mi'efl of Coraki, ft''first-olass ' FARM of 100 acres. 30 acres cropped; subdivided into 5 paddocks. Good Dwelling-house, Barn,' .Milking Yards, &o..,. Terms cany... ? ' ' ' CHARLES STAMFORD', | -^ucjioneo^, Coraki. ; Q^UAETERLY ACCOUNTS. ;pur Accounts for; Su)»cjiptipni;^|ver- j tising, Printing, &o. , for the Quarter ending j ? 81st March nr6 iiQW^saired, an...

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