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ALL IS NOW SUSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

ALL io I\'(JW liOoULL). 'llu-y ui*-i iu a Uuwear. "Way, | li "\Wiy, (jofigc, lb it really you?" "l'es. 1 vo boeu waiting to culi, bui " "iVo'vo wu'zd mlo a ueu' hoUot*, you liUO»V." ".50 ililVo WO." "i was thinking of you the other day. Do you btnl play ihe violiu fr" "lu>, i am practicing hard jusi IlOW. "Vou must come to see nie ami bring your violiu. Tnere is a young man ue^t door to us who sorapeb ami buws at a violiu unt.l it acts luy teeth ou uige, and 1 jubt have to bing to (uo.mi the noiao." "Jloiv annoying! lui leunuiig Is'omia.' now." "Just what that young man keeps on murdering uigut alter night. Do come aud play it tor mo. ilo would never try it again. I in ^uio, once he hoard you play it. "Thanks, 1 will, and you muse sing for me. 1 wish you could hear the girJ next door to us—her vuico is iiko a bcroech owl's 1" "Jteally. People like that uu^ub to be restrained by law, i ain learning •The Jewel Song' from '.Faust' just now. This is my street." "And mine, too. We mus...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] STARTLING SWIMMING ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

I STARTLING SWIMMIKO ADVEN TURE. I am ss foud of tho tvntcr as tht Jrovorbial duck, and am a «ood lotii; listanco swimmer (writes Air. G. 1-. Webster). iSurci.il y?ars n.;o 1 engaged luiumcr lodgings in '.own oil tho lCasI L'oast of Scotland, ami tlic very i.exl lay 1 resolved to bavo a ^oot! long iiriw. TJio day lias an ideal one for mji purpose. Tho sin was lis smooth as jlass. Wliilo "taking" the sea I ol> lerrcd what appeared to 1110 to bo a auoy about half a milo distant. Act iiijl upon a sudden impulse, I struck rat, and, after a longer swim than 1 jnticipated, 1 reached the, floating ob ject. It proved to bo a large barrel with a Bag, placed upon a platform, nt an :hor. As I stood gazing around mo a sheet of fire, followed or n cloud ol >moko uear tho town, suddenly arrested my attention. Tho next moment a shell ourst over my head, tho fragments tearing up tho sea all around. At once tho dreadful truth Hashed across my nind. i.was standing upou a iloathg target. 1 insta...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

ANGLO-RUSSIAN ENTENTE. For tho first time in 30 years a Bri tish lleet has appeared iu Russian wa ters. Tho lirst cruder squadruu, con sisting of the battle crui.-ers Lion, Queen Mary, Princess Royal, ami New Zealand, accompanied by tho lrgiit crui sers Bioud and Uoadieui, under tho com mand of Rear-Admiral Sir Dav.d Beatty arrived at Reval on June IS. Otlieers and men wore most hospitably received at tho Ea*thonum port, being welcomed by tho officials and populace with remarkable expressions of friend ship. The President of tho Duma, M. Rodzauko, and members of the Duma Commission on Naval Affairs, engaged in tho inspection of naval works during tho stay of the squadron, went on board tho flagship Lion, and on behalf of the Duma and the Russian people extended a welcome to the Knglish lleet. Early on tho morning of June 22 tho squadron anchored off the island fort ress—Cronstadt—exchanging salutes with tho Russian warslrps anchored m tho roads and with Kort Constantino, tlie most p...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

ON THE FRONTIER. My fi ie..d Lindsay was studyng tor ..n ti storical examination, and wanting (i.nt h.."d inl .1 motion, proposed we sho..ld m..ki » ,yc.V tour trom IJoiilogiie to Aluz. seeing tlio Lt . ttlofivlds of th 1' i'a_.co-I rusaian wai in route. I read 'l.v I'll i" w.tli nis proposal. Ono iiot summer's, day found us ped altl g .nto J{11e11ns. where we visiteu the In,., old cathedral and enjoyed a mid-day luni li of boikd egg.-, rolls anu colTee at a l:tle table on tile footpath. Kncims ua.s the first modern town we had pa:-sed through on tin; Uiur, and li was a pleasant change to see wide strvt ts and handsome n< w bui'ding-*. We imagined we u ere in I'aris. Atter leaving llheinis. which the na tives pronounce "Haniz," we left behind the smiling country. d.\ and th, sc. n e.ry became very desolate. The long ' straight road, iafdeied with giant pop lar-. seemed interminable, and the vil lages wo pas.v.d through looked drear a..d unkempt. Our next night's stop was ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN LESS THAN NO TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

IN LESS THAN NO TIME. The maiKui house cIuck was flopped tor rcpa.ia, ami the wholesale lisii dCaldS UlOugllt to UttVO U lilli£ out Ol "sil-y Ueoidie, ' vvlio was utami.ng near. Culling him to ttiew, they cliadcnged iiiui to run round liio wai kci uuudings m one minute. The cJl.illeUgc Watt accepted. Go-id o toou the line, and they pciuieu the t.uiu to uim, just tnreo pa t, und un tiiu word being given ho set oil. On arriving buuu tney all Iookcu up at tne <-locli, which, iji coui.se, -t.ll poiuled tlirc<j past, ana s.tid, as if in surprise: 44Why, Geoidio, yu.i havo done it in no time.'' "Aye, so Au bevy replied Gcordie, •'an' if Aa haddont stopped fooud tho corner to tie ma buyt lace, Aa could nev dono it in lose I" _ In a little book entitled ''How to Ko^p Fit," the author, Dr. Can tit*, explains why wv go bald, it depends solely on tiio .thapc of your head, he •says, or ratlin* how your hat hts your hoad. Some people have round heads, and some have long hea...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED ROSA. WARS ON GERMAN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

RED ROSA. WAJ16 OA GJillAlAN iUUI 1. I Rosa Luxemburg, a X'oitoii Juitc&bi is tho man oi the hin.r—so to *peaK— 111 ijOllUUUy. "Ilea Hosii,'' sho is popularly called, for suo U tho t:grti* ul Uuimuu-oo cuiaaui, a wiiu, rcientkbs, XncuiaU" wiiosu tactics almost uiaiie those oi tier M&tot' lury iu Hmghiua, Alls. jL'uuk iiiusi, uovcliUe by comparison. iiio icauor ei tue ^uuieUs wiuj. oi the great £>oc«al Dciuoeiatic arm^ m Germany, Frau Laauuuig, lias uo.n in Uio puWio eyes lor m«ny years* At tiic annua] convent.om> ol me party her suiuent voice is always raised on bu hali oi uneumpioun>iug raUK'uiibiii. suppress her, wuen .^he starts oil an oratorical rampage, is nutrjy as noi culean a task ioi the patty manage ment us ihu ovonhruwal ol the ox.sL ing order in tiio state :u>eli. bho n nevertheless an asset oi great worth to tho cause, and the controversy in which -»ho is now tno central figure— exposure oi brutalities in German oar rackft —ha* made nor lor t...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COSSACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

THE COSSACKS. (By W. 11. P. jVLuioJou.; I "The raveus oau devour the Cos sacks. bo rau a recently received cablegram. ii was tlio repjy given ' oy a uenaau uUicei* io a icijuc&i iiiai permission angui Oc givcu to uiuj iliu.-e KuiOit uuring .i iiunuci Aigu». liic WorUs ale cxpressnc ul deep ma reu commixed wnii a viea oi du'oug i onlempt. Much iniscoucvpiiuu as to whom tlio L'vbdauiid rcuii^ arc, in general, an luoa prevails mat they are a racv, ll nut oj pariahs or tuiig\. lJkii ni leiu>l a Uoide ol Hireling in«.r audera. Lacii ol winch conclusion.*, is vtO lar iruiii the case. Succinctly put, they ale a warl.ke, pastoral poodle, skdiul as hoisomen, niuabit.ng d.uer^ut p^rts 01 tlio ituo Man lianpire, Lo the armies ol wnicn tli-y iumiMi vaiuauio contingent* uj iriogular cavalry. iliey are nee p< a .viiiirt. piwUii ut Luoir ancuswy anu o» Uio name oi Cossack. Fioui the days oi Uurik, who lound ed tlio Ktibaiau kingdom, just ovu iUUU years ago, tlio steppe^ oi th...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILL THE ORATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

BII.L THE ORATOR. Many years ago Champ Clark waf* president of a littlo college m Ken tucky. Ho worked hi* way through the school, and finally ^ became its head. In the school frith him were three red-headed bovs of the Mosoly family. Thirty years afterward. at Law ton. in Oklahoma. Clark was waiting at tho hotel for a committee that was to escort him to a meeting. A tall man, with a rod beard and a plug hat, came up to him and put forth his hand. "You don't know me, Mr. Speaker 1' he said triumphantly. Clark looked tip from his char*, out he did not Ret lip. "It's a m^in advantage." he an id. "after thirty year?, to make me tell yon right away which ono of the three Mo«elv hoy*; you are." Tho man wan astonished—so mfch so that ho took off his hat. "You're Bill." said the Speaker. "How did you know?" aslicd Rill. "By tho motion you made when you took off your hat. You were the one who thought he'd he an orator.'* "That's right." said Bill. "And what are von doing. Hill?" asked tho S...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON MISSING A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

ON MISSING A TRAIN. 1 hnvo u friend who tells mo that I his wifo is never in a hurry when about to tuku a train, writes Mr. Jer ome Hart in the "Argonaut." He is always engaged in trying to hurry her. Bui the placid Jessica will not be nurried. Ho llies round frantically, warning her that she will lost* her tram. Jessica calmly cant uu©3 pack ing, saying, "Hut d;d you ever know mo to lose a train?" As n leauiw they generally drive down at the lastl moment, nml only just catch their train. Once, however, Mr. Jessica told me that he had taught her a levson. It .seems that tliey were in Munich. They were going to take the cast-bound Orient Express. It passed through Munich at ten o'clock :n the morning, lie urged Jessica to pack the night before. She gazed at him placidly and said— "What nonsense! Did you ever know me to lose a train?" I Mr. Jessica said nothing, but he thought a great deal. He lay awake duiing the night and thought. The next inorning lie wa> ev( n more de liberate ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prohibited Exports. HIDES AND SKINS ADDED TO THE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

Prohibited Exports. ' HIDES AND SKINS ADDED TO THE L!ST. Proclamations were issued by the Federal Executive Council last week prohibiting the export of hides and skins unless the consent of the Minister of Cus toms has first been oblained. As in the cafe of wheat, flaw, meri,s and the other prohibited exports, this action has bnc-n taken in order to prevent, as far as is pos sible, any hides or skins failing into the hands of the enemy for use in the manufacture of articles of clothing for the troops. During . the five years from 190S to 1912 the value of the sheep skins with wool exported from the Commonwealth was no Jess than £8,3-13,843. Of this amount France took £3,706,050 worth, the United Kingdom £3,199,33S worth, and Belgium £1,283,533 .worth. Only £73,395 worth went to Germany. The exports of skins without wool were valued at only £302,831. The exports of hides during the same period were valued at £2,77S 014, of which £1,289,142 worth went to the United Km j dom,' £-122,S6...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Association Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

Association Tennis. An Association match w ts played on Saturday last bjf.vec.i the Quambatook and Oukvalu clubs, on the courts of the former. Oiving to a late start, it was impassible to finish tho match, which was concluded oh .Monday evening, re sulting in a close win, by one game, for Oakvale. AM the sets pla.ved were evenly contested and the result was in doubt until the lest stroke. The scores were :— M. and P. C<>ughla:i (0) beat Shaw and Douglas (Q), 10-S. M. and \V. GarJintr (0) bcatCouUon and Gordon (.'J), 10 9. Gardiner I!r;s. lost to Shaw and Douglas 4-10. Cough'an Bros, beat Coulson and Gordon. 10-5. Misses K. and A. Furey 10) lost to Mrs Cottrell and Mrs Djuglas (Q), 4-0. Miss A. Furey and R. Coughlan beat Mr and Mrs Douglas, C-5. Totals—Oakvale, 44 games ; Quam batook, 43 games. ~

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

QUAW1BATOOX, Thursday, November 19. COMMERCIAL HOTEL. LALBERT Friday, Wovemfoei* 20. At COFFEE PALACE. THOMAS' PAINLESS BEfvlTfSTRY. 89 ELIZABETH-STREET, MELBOURNE. (Branches throughout the Common wealth). F°ussr 1©® "E™ MS 3s Painless Extractions 2s 6d and 1s. We were the first to receive from U.S.A. an antithetic for Painless Ex tractions of Teeth. We have just re ceived a new preparation which is claimed lobe PERFECTION IN PAIN LESS DENTISTRY. We extract painlessly, and allow your extraction | money as part payment on plates, if ordered at the same time Being direct importers, we can tupply the best teeth at reduced prices. We give a Written Guarantee With Each Set. We do the best work that dental science has evolved, and do it at priees that are within the reach of all Painless Fittings fnm 5/ Single Teeth from 5/ Badly-Fitting Plates lir-llodelled and Repaired at shortest notice. r.Tarvellous Suction Plates. In cases where the gums have shjunfc to a great extent the Thomas' Suc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Fruit Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

The Frafi Industry. The Bendigo Co-operative Fruitgrowers' Company; whose reputation is widely and favor ably known throughout Victoria, has recently scored another suc cess at the Bendigo Show, where it received the Society's Medal and the first prize for "Digger Brand" Sauce. 'J he exhibit which called for special comment ■ was displayedlh embossed cryst al white bottles, which enabled the genuine color of the pure fruit and ingredientr- to be shown to the best advantage. The de licacy of flavor and aroma spe cially appealed to the experienced judges, who knew their business. The .Company also displayed a collection of "Digger Brand" Jams, Jellies and Fruits for ex hibition in countless glass and ornamental containers in such a way as to show the pureness of their manufactures and the ex cellence of natural colors which make the "Digger Brands" so tempting to the appetite.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TEN-INCH LINE OF RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

THE TEN-INCH LINE OF RAIN FALL. iby lliuwus Uuuny, -M.U., Jl.a. lessor 01 A^i'iuuiLuio Ulc voibitj 01 Melbourne.} Tao relative importance oi Austra lia ui regard to tne uuuio ioyu *up piy o* the world as miiuencod to " »eiy marked degree by «ts average winter temperature and the pccidi.»« incidence oi the raiuiall throughout tHo southern tuird oi tiie ^ouuihiu. In these regions the term "dry tann ing" has a different meauiug irum that accepted m the Xorthvtu Hemi sphere, oil account of the iact that our rainfall is almost exclusively oi the WinLet* typo, and that the nniter tem peratures are hign enough to Keep the ordinary cereals growing .-u-auny during those mouths. Cuiisiquentl}, betore tho dry summer s-U nr the' crops have leached a tuiiieieiu degree of maturity to complete their spoil ing before the boil hay bwome tou dry to arrest all further growth. Graphs were s>howu illustrating t\ pical rainfall records in the region ui the winter rains in all the State* oi tho Commons...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 4 November 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent) At long last there is an atvakouiug of public fooling with regarj to tho enem ica that aro within our gates, and be lated action is being taken to guard against the very real dauger that lios in the presence of many uncompromis ing foes who belong to a country that discards all rules of warfare. * After stretching to the utmost the allowances for the spirit of British fair play, there remains the fact that \vu are much too easy in our methods. The basis of this statement is tho fact that everywhere one can hear the outspoken antagonism of Germans and people of Herman de scent. They know nothing of the promptiugs of that spirit which im pels ub to regard everyone as a friend until he proves himself otherwise and thoy take it as a sigu of fatuous weak ness. The arrogance with which these people boast and sneer and threaten is a remarkable evidence of the coutidence they have in our easy-going tolerance. It does not need a lively imagin...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAPE AND KALE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 November 1914

RAPE AND KALE. t IVuiu Iio''.'i' 's "A-riruUmo in .Ww Zealand.'') I Both those i-rojis belong tu ihe same : natural or.let and to tin1 panw Ljenus a* the turnip nml eablm^e. They arc all | iiii-Jixli'il hotameally anions tin- eab | bages, or brassiene. ami the threat «iivor Jsity in form '.vhieli they exhibit is I si l iking. TIk'ho <lifTej om.vs an* prin cipally confine.! to the stem and leaver-. ; The flov.vrs, fruit ami >oeil, are so similar that it is not easy to tlistin Kuish them. KAl'K.—B. eaiiipcstri:<, var. Kapa. is loalh- u I'ultivatml variety of tho fiwclisli turnip, in which leah'luis boon ilM-olo/ioit. while file root romalns fliviil oil and (ilirouH. Ilijtuiiioiilly, tho two plants aro W'.ontioa), KAlil'I.—!i. oli-r:n.'o:i, var. Acophala, is a i-ai-iotv in' <Mil>l>ii|;o, possessoil of un oxtr'iJi'|).VnarV constitution, ami capable <>f tin-owing M[i .1 copious crop \ | of fodder for several years if not al i lowed ...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELLING THE AGE OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 November 1914

TELLING THE AGE OF CATTLE. , A cow's age can bo estimated quite* accurately by noting tlio appearance of thq second set of permanent teeth. The first, set is known as the milk teeth. A calf is born with a central pair of teeth, amithe remaining pairy .appear within the .first- mouth. Whou the animal reaches tho ago of eighteen - months, the central pair of milk teeth is replaced with larger and permancut ones. .These aro. easily re» cognised, as t-hoy. aro nearly ,twico as broad as the (irfit oues. Other pairs ap pear at intervals of approximately nine months, butthia may vary somewhat, according to conditions. When the ani mal reaches the ago' of" twouty-soven mouths, the intermediato pair of lectin appears, making four permuuv. t tn.-*4 easily recognised by their lurgci As*. The third pair usually* makes Its * pearanco at tho age of thirty-six mouiua and the fourth pair, tho twe ' d .-.rut* at tho age of forty-five itj/'.j there is any variation, the • apt to be older rather than ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUCERNE AND MAIZE IN PORK PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 November 1914

LUCERNE AMD MAIZE IN PORK PRODUCTION. |- lucerne and maize are a splendid I combination for cheapening the produc tion of pork. At Orbost, in Eastern Gippsland,. Victoria, large numbers of pigs are fattened in this manner. They are run out on .the lucerne stands and topped off on maize and pumpkins. They are seldom if over shut" up to fatten.. The usual method is to throw the maize cobs out to them, and thoy. will djo the threshing., Pumpkins, su gar beet, or mangels make an excel lent addition to the grain. When they arc, used.\its consumption is lessoned. Snowy River farmers estimate -that the equivalent, of ..two bags of'shelled maiz* will, together with the lucerne, sufllco to fatten n pig. When fed conjointly with one or more of the other fodders slightly less will be required. In the United States ofvAmcrii!a the value of lucerne for fattening pigs is becoming generally recognised. There the ani mals arc ringed to prevent rooting the ground up. They harvest their own feed; and...

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MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 November 1914

-MILK AND SILAGE. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. • A farmer in England uomo time'.ago made the. following experiment:—He had n twenty-six aero paddock of Eng lish rye grass, one-hnlf of which ho made into bay, tho other into silage, Twonty .cowfl in full milk wore then taken,tand^to ten ho fod as much hay as they would eat. The other ten got as much of the silage as they wanted. The experiment' was carried out for some months, and the silnge was fouud to last quito three times as long as the hay. During the time of tho experi ment the silage-fed cattle gave much more milk, and kept up the quality better than those fed on hay. Outside persons were asked to comparc tho con* ditions of the cattle, and thcy-ull gave it in favour of the silage-fed. ' They were iu better condition and their skin softer than tho .hay-fed animals. The result, therefore, was that the silage fcd beasts gavo more milk, were hi bet ter condition, and wcro fed three times as long from thirteen acres of land as those...

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HEATING WHEY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 11 November 1914

HEATING WHEY. Whey heated to 1 -logice;; ^ passes iiom- the c:Ji- . ^a' /into. t 1j.» whey tank will maintain Jx .^itf" tem perature for :i long timo^/and pra<> . tirally all {lie aeid funning ami other will be killed. From i»l to C.) .viil in th-.' necessary apparatus, an.I 'an::< 1 i:tit chee.somukurs estimate that :t i-uMs iiuur -/I to -l/l to tveat the a'ju'v resulting from making a ton of •heese. One in' Hid simplest methods jf heating the whey is by tho direct !ij11i(<11 oi' Mean) into the whey tank, lie rantrivani'e being so arranged that as the steam is admitted it will take on i rotary motion and thus heal the on Vr.-> contents of the tank more evenly. This method ul heating whey is of nivantago to both the fanner and the •heeseiiiaker. The tanner has a sweeter •i:id better product to feed his calves run! piand hi' knows he is not bring ing tulu'JfuIosis or sown other disease nr. to hi.-> farm and into his herd. The .•heesemuker is ...

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