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MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE TARCOOLA GOLDFIELDS. SPLENDID RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

MINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE TARCOOLA GOLDFIELDS. SPLENDID RAINS. The Secretary to the Minister of Mines, Mr. T. Duffield, has received the following report from the officer in charge of the Tarcoola goldfields, Mr. Lionel C. E. Gee:— "The splendid downpour of rain registered— February 25, 2.08; February 26, 0.12;

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AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE. March 11. Colonial Bank preference— £9. Commercial preference— £6 15/. National preference— £11 »/. Victoria ordinary— 64/6, 64/. Commercial Bank deposit receipt»-19/6. English, Scottish, and Australian Bank preference inscribed stock 3 per cent— 14/3. Australian Deposit and Mortgage preference— 22/. Block 10-80/, 79/. ? Broken Hill Propriefery-46/9. South fflocks-3/fl. North Junction— 2/. North Broken— 17/6. Mount Lyell— 91/, 90/. Mount Lyell Blocks— 5/L. ? Linedalc West— £6 5/. Queen Margaret— 3/6. Glcnflne Consol6-42/, 39/, 40/3. Glcnfine North-6/6, 6/6, Glenfine South £8 8/, £8 11/. Long Tunnel Extended— £14, £11. Long Tunnel North— 3/. South German-r-70/. South New M6on-20/6. SYDNEY, March 11. North Broken Hill- 17/6. Sulphide Corporation— 15/3. Woodlark Island (paid)— 12/0. Great Boulder Perseverance— £7 4/. - Great Boulder Proprietary— 24/6. New South Wales 3 per cent, funded stock— £17 30/. Bank of New South Wales— £44' 12/6. Union Bank— £37...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

SHIPPING. r Cape Borda.— March 11, (1.40 p.m.— German fourmasicd barque passed inward. Wind south west, light Sea smooth. ScmaDhore. March' li— Hidi water, 0.45 a.m.; low water, 12.45 p.m. ARRIVED.— March 10. Ferret, steamer, 246 tons, W. Crockrr. master, from Spencer's Gulf ports. Passengers— Mrs. Gale, Mrs. .!. C. Treweck. Mr. and Mrs. Tilling, Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard. Miffies Tapley, A. 1$. and C. Watts (3), Dr.' Dniraraond, Messrs. W. T. Mortlock, -;. M. CDea, Coltman, G. Phillis, II. IIa?en, anil Clarke, in the saloon; and 0 in the second cabin. Cinjo— 16,025 ingots copper, 480 cs. Milestone, 790 lags wheat and barley, S bales sheepskins, 5 hides, fin' empty casks, 1 buggy. and a lar£-= quantity of iunuries. March 11. -iabo, steamer, 2.000 tons, P. Snewin, master, Ir.ini Newcastle. Cargo— Coal. Howard, Smith, and Co., agents. Nora, barque (Norwegian). 1.101 tons, JI. .1. Mikklescn, nusti-r. trom Cajie Town February 1. Jn ballast, for orders. ltcrean, ketch, 71 tons, .1. R. Xoakre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

CROSpY'S ENCINESV ' ' ? H»tb been iwardea by the Itftematioiial Jury of ' Paris Exhibition, 1900, THE ONLY GRANH.PRIX Gixen to English Exhibitors in Claia XX, although nauy English-made Knjines were snown in this claw, ^ v W»s giren the Digkest. Award. - ^ ' W CROSSLBY'S i- ^ Oil and Gas Engines - ThtMoitP«f«ctM«torofth«Dai-. ; I v JAMES HILL & SONS, _ «S ,- 16 and 18, CCBRIEST.. ADELAIDE. /» SHIPPING STEAM' XAVIGATION COMPANY. ' Under Royal Mail Contract, will dispatch the following Steamers via Fremantle. Colombo, Aden, Marseilles, Gibraltar? Tlymonth. and Lou don, with liberty to call at Brindisi:— 2icauien, T'ns ivmuiiniler. i Uiie. 'OCEANA....... 660?! C.'Gidd lUrrh U. ?BRITANNIA.... 6525 F II. Seymsur. March 28. ?AUSTRALIA.... HXtt I.' Reeves April H 'VICTOnu ? 6527 E. Crewe April 2o SOME. ? 5543 K. Street May 0 HIMALAYA. ? (ISPS W. L. Broun May 23. CHDfA ? 7912 T1_g^Angus June 6. ?Via Hobart from Sydney. Passengers for Brindisi Tranship at Port Said. NOTICE TO PASS£N3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

PUBLIC NOTICES rpilE COTTAGE HOMES, INCORPORATED. The 'WALLAROO UOMKS,' situated at PROS PK(T. aro now ready for occupation. \pnlicaiions for these 13 HOMES will be re ..?eiw.1. along with 1 VACANT HOMES, situated in NORTH ADELAIDE, up to the 23rd inst. Applicants can pot the required forms from M. E. BACOT. lion. Secretary. Kinqston terrace. North Adelaide. 7V6 ?rn o \v x o f vr a l l a r o o. COMPETITIVE DESIUXS FOR SEW TOWN HALL. The Town Council of Wallaroo invites Competi tive- Hrrf2Ds for a New TOWN UALU Di^is-iis will be received by the Town Clerk up tn Monday, the 22nd day of April. 1U01. and the sum of Twenty Guineas will lie paid to the Com petitor whose DesJzn i? Accepted by iho Council. All further partiiulars can be obtained on appli cation to tlii* undersigned. By order, rr:l ALEX. YOCNG, Town Clerk. M' K. TL A C~H A X T R 1 L L, cf Emc«. n.antrill, & Co., Port Adelaide, is le-.ivirR for England shortly, via Cape Town, and has now derided to ACCEPT COMMISSIONS ...

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Man's View of Marriage. "IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE?" [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

Man's View of Marriage. 'IS MAiEBIAG-E A FAILURE?' It is not uncommon for men to bewail the fact that marriage so seldom means a real companionship-— that man and wife are cprtarhtarT Viv (fiffpnpnpp nf ?fcntrf.p. nf mpnfjil outlook, ot general interest in lile. It is, perhaps, even more common to hear women blamed for what ia called breach of con tract in 'the marriage relation. If the wife be delicate, rundown, nervous and irritable, if her smile and her spirits have taken flight, it 'worries her husband as well as herself. Even worse symptoms may follow — the4 'woman suffers from sleeplessness and Painting spells, her bead is in a whirl, her back aches, and she has that awful crowd ing-dewn feeling in her abdomen. It de pends on the woman whether she will per mit these troubles to continue day by day, leading to a life of misery. A health.v wo man is always interesting; she passes for a boanty because she is happy, and her good spirits are contagious. Good nature goes with health...

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A NATIONAL COAL MINE. WELLINGTON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

A NATIONAL COAL MINK WELLINGTON, March 11. The Premier to--lay, in reply .to a depu tation, said it was his intention to ask Parliament to give authority to the Govern ment to start a national coal mine for the supply of the railways of the colony, and *o produce coal at a reasonable price for consumers. There were, he said, indications of the creation of rings and combinations in New Zealand, and though com!binations might make millionaires in America, they must not be attowed in New Zealand.

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TRADE AND FINANCE. SHIPMENT OF SOFT FRUITS UNDER THE SUTHERLAND PROCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

TRADE ASD FINANCE. SHIPMENT OF SOFT FRUITS UNDER THE 'SUTHERLAxn pnon-'ss We arc informed by Messrs. George Wilcox ?J1' '-^ that applications for space in the '' ;!iTigal can be ivccived only up to the end of this week. Fmitmtiwers' therefore, lie Hiring to avail themselves of this opportu nity of trying' the London market with either peaches, pears, or grapes should lose no time in making their applications. We understand that the Victorian j;ro\yers have already applied for 1,500 wses. while South Australian growers have applied for 9J0 wses. VHK CITIZENS' LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. The extension of the Citizens' Life Assur ance Company's operations to Great Bri tain is thus commented upon in a recent issue of the 'Insurance Observer':— 'It Poems that the intention is to transact or dinary business only, and in arriving at this 'letermination the directors have, we thiuk, adopted :i wise course, at all events for the present. Although the company's indus trial branch has already assu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

qaSIIOon, MALCOLM KH'SRSf ^.gaige. £&£§* If ^^ajsrar* steam saw, mouliing, furniture ani joinery works. WINDOW COMPLETE I9*1*' at 3s* 7^d* J window COMPLETr lead ?Ifice-FRANKLIN STREE* ADELAIDE, 3==a=a^& ^gggy&r* WE GUAtl^l ALL °UB '—jj SOLE AGENTS JJ^proot. «LE CBATE, i|fl|Hl»Hn ^1 SKSt carriage to any part of thectuBtry«nb.Rttedwitk8MhM- iVUHlib, HD ^mTn,ui» uitcmaIO AIM TIURCB IK CUCBV nFCPRIDTIflN Et w^ -aBiyMcortHiied. ? tog-Hh,-. OHIO U S A. Ir8^! BUILDING MATERIALS AND TIMBER OF tYtR i Ut5uHIFI.U' I? l^8^ [^ ufiynmire nun miucDv «i«. ' — Coachbuilders* Bantwood and Whoalwrights' and z i' ^ DOORS, WINDOWS, AND JOINERY p coachbuilding machinery a r«w...»moirMrf T.mh«i»« a -?n«Pialifv w,i8ht,87ib. ofETeJyB..cn'P«.n»tL«r..tPo«iu.Pric«L w.^t. 40 ik SPECIALTY Cabinetmaker* Hmoer? a speciality, un* Millions of Women ose Gaffccra Soap Exclusively for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp, and the stoppingof tailing hair, for-...

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AUSTRALIAN MARKETS. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

.\ITSTO,4T,rA-T -MARKETS. MV.T.RniTRNE. March 11. Fellers of wheat to-day assea z/ot aiuugoiuc -»ri sdes of about 2,000 bags were reported, but the demand was not active. Bran fetched 9Jd. to »,d., ,m,i iviiinrH iivl finod maltue barley was worth 2'10 to 3/2.. Algerian oats were quiev ui i/u .u 1/7. Maize had sales at 2/8J to 2/U Prime chaff realized 52,'U to 55.', and medium do. about iat. Prime potatoes moved off at £4 to £4 10/. Onions were worth £5 10/ to £- lot. Moderate b-.viness was .done, in enrranta to arrive. Silt sal men realized 4-L- Cyanide was sold up to 1/1. A line nf JOO bales of cornsaeks was quitted for export at 5/1. Branbags were worth 4/4 to 4/5. 'Fencing wire was active, and business included 100 tons of No. 8 and good sales of Nos. 14 and lti plain wire. Keroaine was a shade weaker, and truekloads were sold at lOd. SYDNEY, March 11. The brcadstuffs markets were steady and un altered to day. Considerable business was done for export, which somewhat relieved sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

Silver Star Starch, THtBEST IN THE; WORLD. ... j. .... .n33thszso HELIDON SPA completes a 5Taiural Digestion of Food. E. MALPAS, Kin? William street, Agent. We do not Sell VPalipaper By Weight ... But we Sell quantities of it by its artistic worth judged by the workmanship and eflect. It is the beautiful designs and color Mendings that show the real worth of good paper when upon the wall.' ' Let us send you Wall Paper that is a work of art, that will be pleasing to look upon as long as it lasts. Our Selection for 1900-1 is unrivalled. We sell the best' at treasonable prices.' ' . ...... Cbp$-Wftitclau-$Co*, Wall Paper Merchants, 7 King William Sfreei, flaeiaiae. LONDON MELBOURNE AND SYDNEY. ? - - - ? N243tc CHATEAU TAfJUHDA BRANDY ?''.'.' ' 'CONSUMED THEOUGflOUT .'.'..'... FEDERATE I- AUSTRALIA.. m P. -AULD & SOFS, '.'.'.'.' SOLE A. -3- E N T S. nttthfc AMER ALL IS Tffi '71R7 BEST. Clarke's 'World-famed Blood Mixture.— 'Tb« most searching Blood Cltamer thtt science t»J medic...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

VICTORIA. '\rEr.i?mrR\'R. '\i:m-ii n. ?Messrs. I'rendergast and FindJey, M.L.A.'s, waited on tlie Premier to-day and stated that there were 2,000 men out of em ployment in the metropolis, and asked the Government to put m hand at once any railways or public works which had been uithorized by Parliament. The Premier re plied that he would see what works were ready and would give instructions to have iihem started as soon as possible. The railway earnings for the expired por liion of the current iinancial year totalled £2,211,193, showing an increase of £110,945 compared with the receipts for the corres ponding portion of the previous financial year. Mr. F. Rennick, Engineer-m-c-hief, states that the survey of the 70 miles of the route tor the Mildura railway, hitherto unsutvey ed, will be completed within the nest two months. The local authorities along the route have been asked to provide for the transfer of the land required to the depart ment free of cost, and Mr. Rennick hopes to...

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

CONCERNING PE0PLK The Countess of Hopetoun, attended bSl Cant. Wallington, arrived in Melbourne on Monday morning from Sydney on a ahori and strietlv Tirivate visit. RIia will return to Sydney within a day or two. The Premier (Hon. P. W. Holder) and the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. I* O'Loughlin) were present at the inspection of the concentrating plant of the Slag Ex traction Company at the Burra on Mon/ day. The Commissioner of Public Works, Hon. R. W. Foster, and the Engineer-in-Ohief, Mr. A. B. Moncrieff, left Adelaide by tha Broken Hill express on Monday afternoon, and will sleep in the train at Jamestown. At half-past 7 this, morning they have an appointment with the 'Jamestown Hospital Committee concerning additions which are to be made to tlie hospital. The Commds- sioner and the Engineer-in-Chief will leava for Bundaleer at 8 o'clock, and, after in- specting the works, they will proceed to tha Burra, where they will meet the membera of the town council, and discuss wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

AUCTIONS i A BSTRACT OP SALES BV AUCTION JA. . . - Tins day. J. C. Hsddy k Oo.-At Port Adelaide, at eight— Property Sale. ??'?'. ' '. S. Bruce & Co.— At North Adelaide, at eleven— Furniture. ' ... Johnson k Co.— At Vayvillc, at eleven— Furni- ture; at Knightsbridge, ac half-just two— Butcher's Plant, Furniture, kc. C. (i. Gurr & Co.— At their Mart, at eleven Furniture. ,. . S. Ilaruard.— At Kent Town, at eleven— I urm tUJT. ' ? ? b. W. Melrin.— At his Mart, at eleven-Clothing, £c. Barker Brothers.— At Hiudraarsli, at two— Butcher's Plant; at John Bull Bazaar, at two Horses. Adelaide Chilled Butter and Produce Co.— At their Mart, at half-past ten— Dairy and Farm Pro duce. A. W. Sandford k Co.— At their Mart, at eleven Dairy and Farm Produce. TO-DAY (Tuesday), at 11. D. W. M E L V 1 ? N will sell at the Central Auction Mart— Dents' Tailor-made CLOTHING Ijdits' W.P. Cloaks, Boots, Shoes. Men's Se inndhand Clothing, Tweeds. Watcncs, Jewel lery, Fancy Coods, Sundries. TOM...

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THE SEWAGE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

THE SEWAGE FARM. In accordance wiui a promise made to a leputatidh which waited upon bM recent ly, the Commissioner of Public Works, Hon. E. W. Foster, asked the Engineerin Lnief to obtain a report upon the state ments made in a petition which the deputa tion presented concerning the condition of the Sewage Farm, more particularly with regard, to the southern portion. That- re port has been prepared by the Sanitary En gineer, Mr. C. A. Bayer, and is given below. Mr. iogfcer has invited representatives, of bhe daily papers to inspect the farm in com pany with Mr. Bayer this morning. Why this small paddock adjacent to the Isling ton railway station should be occasionally com plained of I cannot understand; it is without ex ception the cleanest paddock on the whole farm, and the one from which the least smell can pos sibly arise. In August, 1SS6, a similar petition was presented to the Central Board, ol Health by the ate Dr. Bees, then Mayor of Hindmarsh, and Mr. Williams, Chairman of ...

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THE COUNTRY. THE SIXTH CONTINENT. WALLAROO, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

THE COUNTRY. THE SIXmH COXTINKST. W1VCLAR00. March 11, On. i»aturckiY it was tound- that -« pen Ivrere caner ior active Venice with the sixth «nninsu;nt, though only 15 wen? wanted. ~W^^ct^ A T-Nf.h:ir(l«;nn invivnH :ind LdCUt. itu-nocr-on loruieu tne saecwon raimiBwjs in tile tire: in.xuini.-e, ;md Messr?. Chatfittfa mill Wells carefully tested the men in rid inz. The result was that IS succeeded in i.^sinc both the medical examination ana .the ridinsr test. and. will 'have an opportuni ty oi d:'ttnginfhrng themselves further in i.kc siiuotiua test to-day.

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR. T. BURGOYNE AT NORTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. ME. T. BURGOYNE AT NORTH ADELAIDE. Mr. T. Burgoyne, M.P., one of the can didates for the represmtation of South Aus tralia in the Federal House of Representa tives, addressed a meeting of electors in the North Adelaide Institute on Monday even ing- .??::??: -| Mr. T. Burgoyne said the elections for the Federal. Parliament had excited very little enthusiasm, or even attention, and yet it was the most important duty which the. people of South Australia, had been called upon to exercise at any time, for they had to assist in the task of forming the Parliament upon whose action might depend greatly the future, prosperity or otherwise of the States of Australia, and. South Australia in particular as one of the poorer States. It was necessary that for 3uch important work men of judgment and experience should be selected. The Federal Parliament would have much to do in the first session. Among other things it would nave to pass a Civil Service Act .for. the Etovernment o...

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TAROOKI MUSICAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

TAROOKI MUSICAL CLUB. The members of the Tatoofci Musical Club lave made . a name ' for themselves inside md outside of Adelaide, but nowhere are 'heir talents more anDreeiftterl +Jian ? nit 'Yf.ip- laren Yale. It is several years since they began,their excursions to that flourishing southern township, and their popularity has .increased with; every succeeding trip. Highwater mark was reached on Saturday, when' the Tarookis once more journeyed to the Vale in one of Hill and Co.'s well horsed drags. The -visitors -were accommo dated at Mrs. Delaiiey's comfortable Belle -Yue Hotel. In the evening they gave a concert in aid of the Institute Hall funds, and it may fairly be said that the Tarooki Club fairly excelled themselves. The hall was crowded, and the visitors ne ver performed before a'mbre appreciative audience. The frequent recalls carried the programme into a very late hour. Under the leadership of Mr. S. C. Pank, who is a thorough musician, the orchestra and the club rendered ...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

SPORTING. The entries for the more important races of the S.A.J.C; Adelaide Cup Meeting were received on Monday, and are publ.shed -elow. The followinz is a comiMrative ab.e ot the entries received ior the past five years:— 1S97. 189S. law. 1900. 1901. First Ilurdle Race .. ». ;« 24 18 1!» 20 Goodwood 'Handicap .,51 57 (il 67 41! Second Hurdle Race _ III 22 24 llf 2*i Adelaide Cup ? 47 52 S3 5fi .40 The Steeplechase .. .. !!7 '25 19 15 24 Selling Steeplechase ..12 ?— — — — Marion Steeplechase ..? — 25 24 20 22 Totals .. „ .. ..201 205 199 190 187 The entrits of The Boer for First Hurdle Race and Second Hurdle Race, and i'olyxena for the Goodwood Handicap reached the secretary after the hour of clos.ng, and therefore could not be re ceived. Cadenas was entered .in Melbourne [or the Goodwood Handicap, but being only two years old is not eligible, the race being for three-year-olds and upwards. At the Autumn Meeting of the Mount G-ambier Racing Club on Wednesday, March 2, four of Mr. G...

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S.A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 12 March 1901

S.A..I.C. AIJTCMN MEETIXR. The following entries were received, on Moa Say:— - FIRST HURDLE RACE. Two miles and 35S yards. Hr. It. Howie's br.g. Leiroo, aged, tir. .It. Howie's bk.g. Garter, aged. Ur. W. Reece's br.h. Killarney, 0 yrs. Ur. 0. Lane's br.g. The Stag, aged. Mr. H. J. Kdwards's e.g. Jack, aged. Hr. T. S. Ryder's g.g. Albury King, aged. Wr. T. Kcily'sb.g. Iiirksgate, aged.. Mr. A. II. Gillies's b.g. Barnsley, 0 3T3. llr. J. Donnelly's b.g. Bethnal, 6 yrs. Mr. J. Patterson's b.g. Carbonate, aged. Hr. C. Smith's bk.g. Barton, aged. Mr. G. H. Read's bk.g. The Sheik, 6 yrs. or ageJ. Hr. T. Hope ilurray's g.g. Nalpa, aged. Ur. T. Hope Murray's br. or bk.g. Buccleugh, 4 yrs. Mr. S. Ferry's b.m. Phantom, 0 yrs. or aged. Mr. S. Ferry's eg. Hornpipe, aged. Intercolonial Entries.— Kingston, Ilawdon, Rein leer. Scutum, Kase, Ebb; Report, Fairlight, Deer Foot, Nansen. GOODWOOD HANDICAP. Three-quarters of a mile. Mr. J. Weatherall's b.h. Lord Kitchener, ivrs. Mr. J. Rowen's br.c. St....

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