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GIVING A LESSON IN POLITENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

GIVINtG A LESSON IN FOLITiNES 2S InSEa eoadd manage to make up nmy mine to FLy fI r re:ruueration it ri' ": for the tai nter in wlhi i then tettrei there was t,, i .. .. ing ani dezgr.iting. They were not adrmitted to join the co:apny;, but were shown i':1 til the :nri,. eit h ,i p-ny w :.. to play; .:ir v. ." . l e a v e t a : r ;.. . . 1 V a I I and I wer. >' . _ vwie: ' this contt~e,' c ti tilit c? tict il :i most eminent 7,41.:s i ' I received lett: r: ofintrouc:t-ion to tii: Kilg'r brothert. Duke of L 14.e' an ,' Cp r,-i.e', and as th: l r Aas marrit?d to a 3Gerrm-... -rve, u- in ý. er, ki:,: *:::-ner, a: Ii i:. us to a aiusi:11 p::rty t,_e were t+% give in a few days, and at which we were also aske'a •o assist I then thought ia what war I could best e tr-cate myself from this dis guzting exclusion frn' the cemupany, and re solved if I could not succee'd to return home imnmediatelv. When, therefore, we entered the palace, and a lacquey was on the point of opening the door of...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL [?] KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 31 May 1866

fILMOBR1. lV Lý='lyl1'3ý, :'t.) °: i" "· 'xi .1·, n tit- 9! {OF is 9d 1 do ý., _. a A. 01 do ir r.? 17. .4~rr t~l f 3 ý, H .-.io' 5- oy to 5. 6 . p .r bUeh1 : - 1 3 ' , ,~~? P" . t -, LG 11? 8 p cr ton.. iii! .7 0.1 Te' Cvt %rmniros.-TLe lloiii gere the prices nos ruliwg as quoted hr ti-e Kyne!on Gturdi'zn }louar, £16 0 o Dr Onn ffhvsr, 6" to 5 ,-r bnrliei Oct. 4, to 49 3d per huahel Us1ABoit -The If 'cor imet q'zo'tm as !olifric : ?loar, £20. Wheat, 9. to li per bashel. Pofllrd. 3".per busheL Bra, 2. 61I do. Oatmeal £2 rer CWton Chaff £9 to £10 per tor. Potatoep. L10 do. PrFiDg1o -Frcm the lilcno !edependett we r'tt ts. f'lowit' w1oarb a1 prioe. currint . Four Adrliide, £23 per tOn 0C.. @o 1Iri. 1, i, Od jer bus he l C:..f"R', re- t-n ity. £9 to £10 per ton VnstgoraRY-From the Leractwe quota the fal Vleuf, Addla;de. £17 Wheat, Chihan, 64. ColonLia, *... to 6.. 61. P.a.tnto. L5 to 16 oar ton. Has, b.t, L7 to I. Steaw, L4 to L5 15.j

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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FUNERAL OF THE PRINCE DECONDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

FUNERAL OF THE PRINCE DE CO'.)DR (From the Sydney Herald.) On Tuesday last a solemn Dirge and Re quiem 3Mass was sung at St Mary's Cathe dis for the reposeofthe soul of Louis arie ~o.old Phillippe d'Orleans, Prince de Cende, the eldest son of ILR.H. the Due d' Aumt e--fourth son of the late Louis Phil lipee, ex-King of the French-who died at 10 o'eleek p.m., an the 24th May. Prior to the deparure of the procession a large number of the leading personages of tis cornmupity visited the hotel to manife t their respcetful sympathy. Several of these visitors proceeded to the chamber in which the body of the deceased Prince lay-one of a suite of apartments occupied by him until his death, on the north side of Petty's hotel. In that ealablihment--closed :nce the de mise of His Royal l-ighness-the stairoase and corridors Lisding to the Prince's rcom.s were hung with black cloth, amidj the dark folds of which, at intervals numerous wreaths of white roses had been tastefully fastened by loing...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. SUNDAY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

MINING INTELLIGENCE. SUNDAY CREEK. The district of Sunday Creek, about eight miles from Kilmore, is being prospected by fire or six separate parties, and a considerable amount of success is attending their efforts generally. Messrs Marsden, De'Lacy, Svanson and Rodenight are prospecting for the last five weeks, and have come upon good payable gold. The sinking isabout 13 feet, and 6 to 8 pennyweights to a load are obtained. The wash?dirt is about 18 inches deep. This place is about three quarters of a mile from M'Ken zie's home station. Another party prospecting alluval ground seem pretty well pleased.with what they are getting. The Sunday Creek G. M. Company have, we understand, purchased a quartz-crushing machinfe, for some. time in use at the King Parrot Creek, and will soon be enabled to commence crushing. The reef looks very welL Tobin's reef is looking well, and, if men of capital were possessed of it; any reasonable outlay would, we believe, . be well recom pensed.. A claim o...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

NEW ZEALAND. By the steamship South Australian we have papers from Lyttleton to the 23rd; Wellington, 25th; Nelson, 26th; and Hoki tika to the 29th May. The present Administration consists of Mr Stafford, Premier; Mr. Joll e, Colonial Trea surer : Colonel Russell, Native Minister; Mr. Paterson, Postmaster-General and Com missioner of Customs; Colonel Haultain, £'efence Minister; Mr. Hart, Temporary Attorney-General; and Mr. Johnston, wilh- i out portfolio. There is scarcely any news from the un settled districts. The war in Wanganui is considered at an end. The shock of an earthquake was felt at Nelson and Christchurch on Sunday, the t 20th ult. It is stated that gold has been found near Wellingtou. The remains of a mena-the skull and other parts of the bones-it is reported, have been discovered by a miner at a spot near the Cook's River. He took the skull to Okarita. The skull itself measured quite 2ft. in cir cumference, with proportionate breath, and when the portion of the beak ...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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REEDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

REEDY CREEK A number of celestials have put in an ap pearanee on the Reedy Creek during the last few days, and they are employing their time to advantage by fosicking amongst the old alluvial workings.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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STRATH CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

STlRATH CREEK. On the Strath Creek the various claims are in active work. We have nothing deft nite to relate relative to yields.

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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SPRINGFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. Monday, June 4, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

SPRINGFIELD ROAD DISTRICT. Monday, June 4, 1866. Present :--The Chairman (Mr William Bagnall), and Messrs Douglas, Breene, and Tom. The minutes of the previous meeting hay ing been read were confirmed. The amount of assessment on the proper ties of the following persons was reduced to the amounts set opposite the respective names. £ e. d. Thos Scanlon ...21 0 0 ThosShelly ...25 0 0 A. Beveridge ...26 0 0 Bevan&Co. 145 0 0 A.Sutherland...25 0 0 J. Wilson ......15 0 0 S. Calley.........60 0 0 Mrs Fitzgerald 40 0 0 J. Breene ......40 0 0 J. Tom .........448 0 0 Mr. M'Caw......52 10 0 Mr. Douglas ...65 0 0 Do. ...40 0 0 Do. ...16 0 0 Messrs Murrsy and Cain appealed to the Board relative to their contract; they stated that specifications were signed by them for ,ine inches of metal, ar.d only six inches were the usual quantity used, and they signed the specifications thinking the latter amount was what was required. After some conversation the Board ad journed to consider the mat...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

(OI.WERCI AL I' IELUIGF.CE. i XOUE. Wei.;e C (; 1 r-r bi.":1~ Brrr; !a 91 do PoIla.4*2a 01 d3 A1:E:. ý.i's gn~t~t ts 13 : Posrd L1O do WLeFt,, no'e f fcr'iý. 31:. Gecrte Ilnd'o' qne,: Oat,, CdoriWl, 5s 0d to sa 64 per b el' flr. la91 rer bwo~'r 2;il~rd, 2; 31 per F"rE1'l PrJrt. T.6 t1t8 per tor'. MT. 7s 0. er est CF1¶ 73 r. Cat ; U '" , If "I cr Aue geo ca as fullarau Eerr",`a. & - -do. F 1 '..- r , £ ' T r exr: PoH6ray . L p'e b,,ni. PErr, 2) C~d do,. oub.c. t.. 91. tc. Oatmeal.ff2rerCmT. (hff, £9 to £10 per tor. Potato ,, LAO do. BJ DIGO-Frcm tihe Benci@ Indepeudeel. we gr.ct the folloyi.' w4.olesl' prices clrrent Floor Adelaide, £23 per tOn Cci tnie!, £20 Ottt r, 7e Od T66 er bushel, eI-a.T,£o rt -t-n Tiey, (D 'o £'(0 per ton VR~or .-~ p the sartld we qaote the fol Wheat, Clii;aP, &4. , ,lorel. flb.. to 6i 61 Potatcr, I5-o 16 Par ton. BNv, bet 17. tin L Stra', IA to L5 15as WiearizTrL-Akters is ro rap geret chsrge in breadrtcia sirse car last report, sithough the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

N 0 T I C' E. A L persons having erlims against the undersigned are requested to SEND IN THEIR ACCOUNTS FOR PAY 3MENT WLTHOUT` DELAY; and all PERSONS INDEBTED TO US MUST SE~TTL TIEIR ACCOUNTS FORTHM WITH othErwise they will be handed over to a solieito for fimmediate recovery: H. P. IIARRIS & Co., Sydney.street, Kilmore. .1 -- --

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

NOTICE. he Qoarrei' fcr ulns iptinn to the Free Press w . ceIrm-n? en t1'. 24rd Marcld, 23-3 .J: e, 23rd IFteyrJ cr, :vd 23'i DPecenhpr. Pereons cannot wtJdsy t'eir rarPes 'rrr tiV 0.l&; of S' b'rri crs wiftcct pay egp to the-cnd of the current qoartk-t N w suab iberu can be enrolled 4t any tire by rey irtg ats it tioa propartion-±a to tIhe Perid in the qarv e rcmaini e Otrrfcired. Advrtie rnt r--iced for rs-h insae up to two r. t1c tire irr aiaus to publ~cation. Each ad vrisersrit° saoeid bear upon the manu cip` the r evo: ire.nr ioro rc o.. Wº henonn ir.struc (r. art mte- in re4rrree to tOn uonumrr cf i crrEnis the admTeir : t -tube cvntinued nctil countermandad cr dire mu';e sad dbar~ed accordingly. Notice to ti' r!. .an mdrtcL..effrr~e !could be given in I lrdswa t a'ttrzor dcir$u125i vI:t: scnts Se x ' n -' £'rrw'ep to the f TrtPD33i -r esr;I w rl. (iUB C3 IBi t 'r- rs. mpeetfuo'y rtqieatzd to nrt tjast 1, office any iuat·ee of want of inS ea th. relivery of th.Feas PFa...

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PYALONG ROAD BOARD. June 6th, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

FYLONG ROAD BOARD. - June 6th, 186. --The chairman, Bourke, Thnn, ates of the last meeting were read Bird did not sign the bond of -Dn !rn?"rook Board and others, t" open a new road in SS D 330 Sj 0 0 .. ... 62 10 .0 t A Ž: at Green's Pinch Ic8 ...3... 0 0 71... ??.. .....78 15 0 1 k:'r= tesder acs cepted. r -' " I re-appointed at the same ?areeor's appointment, (not being ';. leEt for eonsideration to next Sere called for next day of t cutting Bck Creek Hill.

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Tuesday, June 5. [?] A M M'Crae, Esq. P M) [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

Tuesday, June 5. ; rj 31 M'Crae, Esq. PM) r urnce JameLyon s, for £75 ft for amount, and £1 5s 6d

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

SOUTHP AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Heavy floods have been experienced. At Talisker' mine a quantity of ore has been washed away. The works are stopped. - The erection of a new post office and telegraph office is to be proceeded with at once. SA. .H. Davis, one of the oldest' col6nists, died yesterday. An official circular has been issued to the heads of departments intimating-that any Government officer getting drunk will be dis missed; great indignation is felt by the Civil: Service at the insult. Additional items extracted from Grenville and Co's telegrams: QUEENSCLIFF, June 2? The Chief Secretary (Mr. M'Oulloch) has sanctioned the establishmdnt of a post-offico savings bank at Queenscliff at, the request of: the inhabitants.. ADELAIDE, June 5: Afearful gale is now blowing at Port El liot.. . Sparcel of soda crystals was placed today at £11 per ton, The s.s. Aldinga sailed for Melbourne at, three p.m. The Government intend to despatch Major Warburton and a party of men to explor...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. (From the Argus.) SYDNEY, Tuesday.. The Government intend laying all the do cuments respecting the termination of the Peninsular and Oriental contract before Parliament on its re-assembling. The exceptions taken in the Bargo Brush murder casee were argued before the full Court to day, and the convictions sus tained. A reward of £50.) is offered for the cap ture of Clarke the bushranger, and £300 for his companion Connell. Mr. Anrons has been appointed principal Government surveyor. At a meeting of the Exhibition Commis sioners, Mr. Parkes stated the result of his interview with the Victorian Commissioners; but the majority were of opinion thatcom bination, either in the Melbourne or Paris Exhibitions, was inadvisable. In some places, particularly in the northern districts,.steps are being taken to forward the exhibits to Melbourne. Bishop Barker held the metropolitan con firmation service to- day. A large number were present. S.les of full2-weight woolpacks a...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. We are glad to be able to announce that our esteemed townsman, Matthew Hayes, Esq., Manager of the Colonial Bank, who has been for some days suffering from a severe attack of gastric fever, is now getting better, and hopes are enterta~ied that in a few days more he will be able to attend to his duties. THE VICTORIAX FAEM3E S INSUmXzACE CoosrisiN.-We are glad to.learn that the travelling agent for this proposed Company has met with considerable success in this neighbourhood; and that some of our most influential men have consented to'act as a provisional committee to forward the object in view. If farmers are alive to their own interests they will do all in their power to forward this movement. AccIDEhT.-An accident, which we fear may terminate fatally, occurred. on Monday to the driver ot one of Bevan & Co's. coaches -Henry JRea-a few miles at the Kilmore side of Beechworth. From the particulars which have come to hand we learn that some thing went wrong ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. 0 ·BILL FOSTER ArD TiOWNI CRIER. BILLS POSTED, and pubic annourcemeuts made ht rPry reornabie rartes. by THOMIAS COGITILL, A'Becket's Cottage, Gipps;et., Ki!mrn'rr, Jack of Dr. N dnoo r' FOR SALE. WASTE I'AFI'i ifO!L S' LE, at LL~ Free Prehs onoe. .. . :_.2___ ~-_ .- -=% - _ -~- _2 -? - -- - THE MOST CONSTANT IBIEND, ,] IOILOWAI'S OINTMIENT. POSSESSED of this remedy every man is his own B - Family Physician. If his wife or children are A troubled with eruption of the skin, sores, tumours, ti white sawe!ings, sore throats, asthma, or any ether s external ailment, a persevering use of tihe Ointment is o0 ill that is secesary to produce a radical cure. It is 1s invaluable to the populaiann of thisiclimate. of Bad Legs and bad breasts. at In no case has this ointment teen known to fail either in thecure cf bad legs or bad brcast, tlousedas vY of persons of ell ages have been effectually cur. d by i' when dischargcd from hospital as incurable. Ifdropey settle in t...

Publication Title: Kilmore Free Press And Counties Of Bourke And Dalhousie Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FRIDAY, 1ST JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FnIDAY, IsT JUJE. At half-pas2 4 the following members w ere present :-the President, who did not oc cupy the chair ordinarly filled by him; Mr. Miller, Mr. Ilighett, Mr. Wilkie, Mr. Hull. Mr. Williams, Mr. M'Crae, Mr. Pettett, Mr. Jenner, Mr. Cole, Mr. Murphv. Mr. S. G. Henty, Mr. Bear, Mr. Fraser, and Mr Turnbull. ASSENT TO BI'.LS. The Ussherannounced that his Excellencv tre the Oficer Administeriag. the (G-ovtrn-r.eit was ap!roaching the lHous2, iail in the colrse of a few inoutes Brigadier-General in Carey, attended by Major Tupplr, Aide-de c;unp and Private Secrrtary ; Lieut.-Col. Smith; Capt. Buchannu, Major of Brigade; i Col. Anderson; Lieut. Graham, R.A.; Lieut WI Sithett, R.A.; Capt. Burton ; Mr. J. B. ,e \ere, 'Consul for Denniark ; and Mr. F i'loos Van Amstel, Consul for the Nether- S' lands, entered the Council Chamber. The Speaker, who appeared in the robes of do state, and attended by the Sergeant-at-Arms th bearing the mace, said: "May it please yo...

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THE LATE PRINCE DE CONDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

THII LATE PRI!N~F'P l): CONDPE. I tIis S Fi -a-j- v. "d' u-:; conI-u. . tl-r:O ±0 r o. : c', of . .is ' hlip ,,, Kin" of the "~nc'll1 al t Q,'en 3're Amelle, ,-ho, de:th was .n- t nrunted by tho as, iil. Tnhe Dute d'Au- I : s born at Paris on the t.1th January. r 22, .ri i the fomurth son of the Late L i;,: I ,i. ....:: :,.n1 ,: e Queen 'Iarie A :ncll t :he~ ia t his rter, Ilt the i ,oele 1g ;-. ":rv 1 . j 1 t the ageo of s!,-n teea enter. it t' ii,= . a 1 '-'. he ,?co: - t p.vied his i#r . trle i de 'Orlea n' to Vl g:-ia, and took part in the (.io: -.:i ?aign whith foltowc, . ii r, :ar'ed I 1_'r.,:, . 1 the folk?aringsea:, an a 1 ":. i ' is " ie ' tv: edtztionCou'rb",. o l'ru.;.:: e 1"12 to 1S; h he was arauin in A'leria, ai:re ,t the hed of the cutijvjiion 1 1;eda1 , he coinete I one of the ,ou briiiiant ca :pa:r'i of the 1 war. c: ;turing the campi and al the corres pn,-en.ce - of A ,i ld-KJer, toge i'r with i ,6r0) prisouers, and an immense treaseure, for whi ch :eric te e was m...

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Kilmore Free Press PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1866. VICTORIAN FARMERS' INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kilmore Free Press and Counties of Bourke and Dalhousie Advertiser — 7 June 1866

iiIr ort fJre IPrt0 PmUrISHD TrCaSDAT LORJDIGs. ITIURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1S66. VICTORIAN FARERS' INSURANCE COMPANY. WE havreup to to the present time refrained from expressing ourselves upon this Com pany, now fairly about being hunched, not' because the subjeetis not all-important, more espeeially to the farming community, but because through negligence we made the omission. The Victorian Farmers' Tnsurance Company "Limited'' is an institution of all others most required in this coun.'---more especially in this country where we are so subject to fires, diseases amongst live stock, and other calamities so. detrimental to the interests of the hfamers: Yearafter year do we see instances of ifrmers, through that-in dustr and pcrseerance for which they are noted, thri:ing in a manner to be envied; and yet we too often see-when their crops per haps are gathered rn-their fondest hopes of independence and riches frustrated, by a spark from a pipe or some other ignitible material; they are thus, ...

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