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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

NOW, for * PAINTS ¡),nvi Agent fur and Taylor's I'aims. MOOREBANK HARDWARE STORE 110 NEWBRIDGE ROAD, MOOREBANK Agent for : A.(I.E. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, lugs. J rons. Toasters, etc. FREE DELIVERY J . T. Karren, j NM Phone, Liv. 52. i NOTICE ! I i í To Secretaries and Publicity 1 Officers of sporting bodies lodges, and oilier organisations, i and to all readers: "The Leader" wants your news. Its columns are free for I you to report your mc::-tin gs and j I functions. Let us have an ac I count of your party-your holi- . day tr p y.;iir wedding. lt i costs nothing and people like to ' read about YOU. ; Stud your news item t0 this 1 of i ice. 115 Castlereagh Street, j or drop them in at 42 Scott St. ! liverpool.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PENSIONERS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

-? PENSIONERS The Original Liverpool Old Ai Pensioners held its usual fjork ? ingtlily meeting in Protestant H» L» Puis.on Wednesday, 16th *Julj| G S]r. Twind.ey was chairman happy meeting was enjoyed, wit very good attendance of membeifcNE iu ispite*'(»f thu; cold day. A cörxT petition for tin fruit was won F Mrs. Davis, and cakes by M Newton. el B As it was a spacial afternoon meeting closed early for afternoon: lea, after which. Slr., Reay, emt offietr of St. John's Ambulant, gave an interesting lecture t< "First Aid Remedies in the Ki chen." lt was very educative, an. fully appreciated by all presen who passed a hearty vote of thank t0 Mr. Reay for coming along. Mr. Reay suitably responde< and offered his services for an time needed Meeting then closed until 30t July, at 1 j).ni- which will be hai mony afternoon and the drawing c m the Blanket Competition. Aftei - ' roon tea will bte provided. 1 Pensioners are welcome. Silvi Coin admission. I The Original O...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUGBY LEAGUE By "Old Blue" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

RUGBY LEAGUE By ?'Old Blue" B Grad; maintained, a victorious se- quence by downing Fairfield at Liver- pool last Sunday by nine to five. Close play ¿aw Penny kick a nice penalty and i-uriey running from half way scored a beautiful try which PeniK-y converteä .o mate the half-time .¡tere 7 to nil. Heck who had had ambiance atten ici'L the fii-lci and look no further jj-j'i. in Hie game. Fail field !:»c!u ci '.ii ¡md attacking .-;onuly f:>uu<i d'-:e;i:-e solid. Eight m inuits pay ¡.ov. .:u.r. ;>uw Perter cross i ur D:td:;c- io c:.n\in and thL- score was i i'-Ü. CXinn u.uk i.Uy io Fdüiield terri- bly \vhbv¿- a ¡.~nr.)iy uaw Penny kick ., nice t:;.a! und the score was 9-5. Play uas Jiaici and tough. Referee Morris caution'.d two playeis and shortly after i tnt one player frcr.i the field. Dredge o) Fairfield received attention and left the field, and playng a scrum of four Fairfield wer? attacking when the bell bi ought a mest exciting game to a finish. Hoare of Fairfie...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

CABRAMATTA Furniture Sulerooms (RIGHT OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS iratest Umingioom Setting, consisting or 4 x ti latest siueuoot a, retectury tao ie ana, cuairs . *.14/1U Ve.y tine poL&hed Wardrobe, ¿ roDJig uevehed mirror coors, .£6/ 19/ o cheaper line £3" 19/Í3 3 piece Oak Bealroom Suite, consisting ot double ward-' tobe, dressing table, low- boy 114/10 - 3 piece Single Iron Bedsteads 29/6. 4tt. x 6ft. Maple Wardrobe, bevelled mirror door, tor £7/19/6 Latest 4ft. x 6ft. Oak Kitchen Cabinet £6/19/6 2ft. x 6ft. Single, Bedding, new £3/5/-. Complete Kitchen Setting, con- sisting of 4tt. x 6ft. kitchen cabinet, table and chairs, £15 10/. Good solid light Oak Extension Dining Table, with spare leaves £4 19/6 Wire Stretcher Latest Low Back £5 19 6. 25, Sideboard, 2 piece Bedroom Suite for £8 19 6. 4ft. x 6ft. Maple Wardrobe, íltiñ'i andi bow front £13. Lounge Chairs at 22 /6 Well polished Sideboard for £3/10/ New well filled! Double Bed- ding £5/5 - Odd 4ft. ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING NOTES By "Spokesman" [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

CYCLING NOTES By "Spokesman" In a 26-mile Road Race, held on Sat- urday, 12ih July, Camden, Campbell- town and Rossmore combined and had a good afternoon of cycling races. Need- less to ¿ay, the Rossmore Club turned un a fair elton, as they were among the leaders in both the Senior and Junior events. tí. R. Hamer, riding on sera ich, from ¡ the Camden Club, always a solid rider and very hard to beat at any time collar- ed tile seniors 26 miles with the first and fastest lime honours (his time of i.4.42 being very good for that course), .iaii owly beading F. Northey of Ress- i more (also from scratch) with B. Evans iscr) of Rossmore 3rd. L. Grimson of Rossmore Club won the Juniors 20 mile quite easi'y, riding from the 6 minute mark. S. Bentley of Camp ce lltcwn (8.0) was 2nd and J. Taylor ef Rossmore (5.30) 3rd. R.R McMillan (ser) Camden, gained fastest time, his being 55.0. Campbelltown Juveniles, J. Rixon (7.0) was first, A. Warner (5.0) 2nd and T. Harrison (7.30) was 3rd.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

BÀMÎLËY*S 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD, CANLEY HEIGHTS 'PHONE* UB1SÔ4 SHOPPING BASKETS 14 ll ODD GLASS CUPS GENUINE HICKORY AXE HANDLES 1/11 "OrXTRETE GREASE TRAPS 28, FANCY ALUMINIUM TEAPOTS 14 11 CONCRETE TUBS 32/ GLASS CUPS AND SAUCERS 5£d, TUE STANDS, pair.7. LET US QUOTE YOU FOR THAT WIRE OR WROUGHT IRON GATE. AGENTS FOR BERGER'S AND TAYLOR'S PAINTS, ENAMELS, AND VARNISHES. WE COLLECT AND DELIVER FREE. PHONE UB15 TUCK SHOP , THE SCHOOL "ft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con "rtionery. Milk Bar, Milk Shakes j and Drinks, nnlv 4d I J. CAMPBELL j MOORE ST, LIVERPOOL I pt Lunches. Sandwiches. Cakes and Pastry. A ti d orson's Smallwoods Tobacco and Cigarette-. alionerv. Grocer PS. Phone UB7680 \__ IC AMELIA FLORIST fe4 MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL I (Mrs- Trapman) anr] at Mrs. MCDONALD'S, 74 Terminus St.. Liverpool ¿PT FLOWERS, bunch 6d Rsskets. Bouquets, Wreaths, Sprays etc. 'PHONF. : T.TV. 325. 1 TOM SHARPE for RUIT AND VEGETABLES Fresh Supplies Daily 87 MACQUARIE STREET L1VLRPOOL ur Motto: Quality and Servi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH R S S and1 Ä I L A Second Annual Victory Ball in- the TOWN HALL LIVERPOOL on ! AUGUST 15, 1947 DANCING, 8-2. 9-PIECE ORCHESTRA EXCELLENT St PPER FLOOR SHOW NOVELTIES TICKETS IO, 6 For Reservations, Liv. I'M. Liv. : 72, Liverpool 70. UU/Sl 1 . Box Plan ai Regal Th-aire. RONEFF TRADERS <Re¿laUJ.Ldj DISPOSAL SPECIALISTS "NO COUPONS" R.A.A.F. OVERCOATS 2S/C and 43/6. Worth double. RAINCOATS (fawn), as new for only 49/6. RAINCAPES (Darwin type), suit the cyclist, etc.15/- j ARMY BOOTS (reconditioned) 12/6, and 13/6 PULLOVERS (Khaki), 10/6, Burgundy 3/6. RIDING Breeches (Corduroy) as new 19/6. BLANKETS (Anny Greys), firsts 19/6. OVERCOATS (Army) 25/. Suitable for men and women, (as new). WOMEN'S OVERALLS (kraki), cheap house frock for only.10/6 SHIRTS K.D. 8/6. Saffari 7/6. AIRFORCE SHIRTS, large sizes 9/6 small 7/6. TROUSERS (Army J.G.. Khaki) 12/6 SERGE S.D. Trousers (Khaki) 15/-; Serge Tunics 10/6. ?COTTON-WOOL Underpants and Sing- lets 3/- each MOTOR-CY...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

IUAÜTT 1 Our Motto I THE Í CHOICEST FRUITS i IAND VEGETABLES | Only I . BILLETT I leo« St , L1VERFOOL f r HEELERS RRINGS IN ¡¡¡SAUCE Wge tin» we; u pp and pllAUCER Glass each SHOULDfcR BACON 1/5* lb com MATTING 1 yardi to OL HILLER'S DELICATESSAN -btt St. (opp. Fire Station) LIVERPOOL br AU Your Smallgoods «. pressed Poultry a Specially ^ ¡ Phone UB7838 ^CLEANERS W<; Liverpool: LOtlS "orr,H 187 Macquarie Sired Cabramatta: - jpKRAOHTY. opn. Railway SMlio N.R.M.A.* I LIVERPOOL I District Depot *1* X H. M- Barrett's £ ll LINGWOODl GARAGE I GENERAL ENGINEERS $ E X ay el Beating, Duco Spraying)' _ m .t* h oin sed Inspection Station j. Phone Liv. 317 | Ï YOU USE A f^JJ WHEN IN A HURRY. * FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE, Phone I UB 7880 3 BLACK AND WHITE v DAY AND NIGHT q Weddings, Parties, Funerals, eft- a Specialty. "WORT/» NT PORT REPORT ¡me j w K (Sent in by the Spotter) in s » to ' "Better bc merry until thc fruitful grape. 1 Tliati sadden after none, or bitter, fruit-" iv y 3 quoth ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

CYCLING By "The Rider ' I lilis week was a bit; event tor | .lie Club with the 3 mile Handicap ' i av the Juveniles, and thc mai» j went, the 24 uni- Handicap, for a : .ropl^y. ; Thu Juvenile H ami.cap was won . bv a new rider. T Paul (40s.) . 1st and fastest, (link l)m. 20s..) J. Jones 2nd (25s.) I\ . I'eminant (40s.) 3. These y<unig riders chowed great promise of becoming excellent riders in the near Uilure. The main event was the 24 mile Handicap for the trophy, the course being to the top of Shipley's, back to the corner of Scott and Wilson Streets, twice. The winner was Uv consist-") rider. P. Trapnian (0.25 min-. j 1. M. Hibbert, Cl min. ) 2. fast- est time (70 min- 40 see. ) D. Stanton Cl2 mins. ) 3rd. proved a very strong rider. The race w:is v. rv hard, with al' competitors .triv:ng td win th . first cup nf the club. Tile winner (if the competition, .vh'Vh wn«; drawn al thc coiu-his'o'i >f (hf meet'mr. was Mrs. ]. Cow- er. Moore Stnct. T.iverpiol. ticket 41 A....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

Heiler than Mother used to make. NANCY'S CAKES SCOTT STREET (near Railway). LIVERPOOL .fr CHOCOLATE CAKE * CHERRY CAKE ORANGE, RAINBOW AND COFFEE CAKES Chocolate Eclairs, Cream Buns, and a large variety of smalls. 'THE BEST HOT PIES IN TOWN" We make cakes to suit your order for all occasions. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY Phone ÜB7870 fr SPONGES fr FRUIT CAKE GRANVILLE A 97 PARRAMATTA ROAD GRANVILLE COW?, HORSES, and OTHER ANIMA!J5 attended to DAY or NIGHT. UL2579 Telephone UU1037 E ROBERTS. R.V.S. by Exam R. W BOWEN, B V Sc Parraina: a Branch, UW6502 Tel : UB7863 LIVERPOOL TAXI SERVICE L. RAW. Proprietor. I FOR LOVELY HANDS I always ut« j RAYMUR I HAND CREAM I A. T MURRAY , M.PJS. I ? Chem st UB7642 * I LOUNGE SUITES Made ó Ordter , CHOOSE YOUR OWN MATERIAL and we do the Job i from £29/10/ Not Forgetting We S"H1 Have a Few 3 ROOM SCHEMES from £99/18/6 Cash Terms or Lay-By GEO. PURDUE 97 ARGYLE STREET. '? \.Upp. l'arraiii.nia Nation i j ??Mao 150 CHURCH STREET !_ UW9075 _ SMAM.ßOODS. DE...

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POULTRY NOTES Interruptions to Electricity Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

POULTRY NOTES -® Interruptions to Electricity Supply. Complaints have been reaching the oiiice of the A P.E.A. ¿rom poultry fanners in the Liverpool ¿iica in regard to intermittent in- terruptions to electricity and re- quest* wvre made that the Associa- tion should contact the Department of Railways to ascerta n whether poultry farmers could be given priority in the matter of eLcJricity supjily. We know that the Sydney County Council are maintaining full sup- plies to arias where poultry farm- ers operate. They assured us that they wou.d make every effort lo d0 this in their letter dated 18th April, and poultry farmers in those areas arc- appréciât.ve of this ser vice. So we accordingly wrote to the Chief] Electrical Engineer of the Department of Railways point I ing out the losses sustained by the poultry farmers during these in termittant 'interruptions and th.J I fact that the Sydney County Coun ' eil were giving priority to poultry I farming arcas and requesting the Railway Dep...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

Chick oxes AVAILABLE NOW N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY. LTD. TOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL SHOP LOCALLY Because rr IS EASIER CHEAPER QUICKER FRIENDLIER When Local Shopkeepers prosper, thal Prosperity is reflected More Local I.mploymenl. Brighter Premises. Enhanced Prestige for \ our Town. Let THE LEADER he Your Buying Guide. BUY LOCALLY FROM 'LEADER' ADVERTISERS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

Thc perfect night- The Re- union /'«//, Tuesday. 5/// .lulus', /ll! welcome. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

Have you arranged a porty for , thc P. and C. Rc-union Hall. 5thl August ? Tickets. Sf

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

CRIMON3S THE S ENIOR GREENGROCERY MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL * SWEDEST13 I0 WATCH OUR WINDOWS LOOK ! ¿afiSfSnS"«"?"--(? FOR OTHER SPECIALS * MANDARINS 18FOR ßD * TOMATOES PER 5D In our Wood, Coal & Coke Dept. pT^^1,^ PHONE YOUR FUEL ORDER, UB7618 llvCi W \J\JU &l " I UV BAG SINGER. SEWING MACHINES NEW PORTABLE ELECTRIC AND TREADLE CABINET MACHINES AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Trade-in your old Singer Drophead. RENTALS ELECTRIC and TREADLE Machines RENTED io: 2 wei-ks or longer periods. REPAIRS GENUINE NEW PARTS. Expert Workmanship. No canvassers em- ployed. We PICK UP and DELIVER. SERVICES BUTTON HOLES BUTTONS and BUCKLES covereä HEMSTITCHING SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY (Inc. in U'S.A.) 308 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA .Phone UW8863 LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE MODERN CARS wi h or without drivers Da:ly (<r Weekly ll iring Fuh N.K.M.A' CM VI rage Moderate Charges LIVERPOOL DRIVE YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Street Phone UB7661 UET JACK DO IT.' For...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.P.F.A. LIVERPOOL DISTRICT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

.A:« P« F. iAi« UVERPOOL DISTRICT COUNCIL The first regular ineeLiiig of the Liverpool District Council was held at the School of Arts, Liver- pool, on Monday, 14th July, at »S p.m. There was full representation from the District Council Branches 15 delegates, memling executive! officers, being present. The pres.dun, Air. Harry Bird, ueicomed the delegates and declar- ed the meeting op.n. The niiiiu.es ot the inaugural meeting were re- ceived and confirmed. Tabled with the correspondence were com- munications from tliLi Railways Department re cumpla nts on re ..?..ni electricly blackouts . lnquir- j :i.s were promised and nn th.r ad-j vice will 1>. Í Twanled i() District ¡ Council on sanie, ii il!view, Austral | ?Mid Lamphc ¡town K'port.d com- j plamts from the majority of poul- j i ry farmers who are hatching. Mr j Hird stated that Liverpool's Elec ! lrical Kngneer said his area was Rettins; sufficient voltage from the Railway because they liad the I switch í^car lo cupe with it...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

Hffigkv, HILLTOP SERVICE STATION jfKk 'W^^Sn&ß^ 110 NEWBRIDGE ROAD, MOOREBANK JPÍJHB MOTOR ENGINEERING lil Major Repairs Executed with Minimum Delay. ^^Swör fr ACCESSORIES fr NEWj BATTERES fr TYRES Phone Liverpool 52. ^ RETREADING AUTHORISED INSPECTION STATION OPEN 9 A.M. TÏLL NOON ON SUNDAYS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ladies' Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

LacLes' Auxiliary The Ladies' Auxiliary hold another 50 50 dance last Sa LUÍ nighi at Un Erainett Hail, Hanni.onovilie. The music of Cullens Orchestra wa.: ail that could be desüed and Billy Cot- tril as M.C. was his usual genial sen, a.i.j oUi;jed patrons in their many re- quests . Naieky winners during the evening were: Mysieiy barn dance, Mrs. Autor*.i ana M.-. B. Joi.es. Monte Carlo oue ¿.cp, Mrs. Aniurih and Miss O. Prit- chard; cp;n order, Miss G. Pritchard. Mr. \v. Stanton and Jim Biddle iha::d th- cold job oí doorkeeper. The excellent supper arrangement.; wore in the capable hands of Mesdames rt.-key. Biddle and Starr, and being a ucld night the supper was much appit - elated by those present. 'ihe ladies are to hold a Mad Hat ur'i d^n.e. same place, same time, on iUh August. Be in it and join the happy tm ung EL Hommaidville' -?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

CONSULT MRS HALL at the ith Eve Salon 220 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL for the lates* in ALL PERMANENT WAVING AND TINTING 'Phone: UB 7857 LIGHT AS A FEATHER 4 BLUE RIBBON I CAKES AND SPONGES I Thc customers who keep coming back arc our best salesmen. Ç See the I BLUE RIBBON CAKE SHOP X Macquarie Street, Liverpool T FOR YOUR WEDDING CAKE f That's Our Speciality- îj» Miss MERLE KEYES wishes to announce that iii a<1<liiiiui tn lier usual Services. Clients will now be able to have THE NEW SENSATIONAL DURAE CREME WAVE Information regarding this Ultra-Modern Wave given Ireeiy EXCLUSIVE TO MISS MERLE KEYES 36 SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL. UB7858 WELL, HERE'S THE liEST. ... at HERB. PATTI NSON'S HOTEL LIVERPOOL ? GOOD LIQUOR WELL SERVED * ' '« ;M »kTAI'.EE I.O! ;\(]ES. Experienced Druk Waiters. All tlr lies! lirauds of Wine«;, Spirits, and I'.cer. E TULLY.SlOGK-SiaiionS ES!aí6 flgení & Ruciioneer Fellow of Real Estate Institute F R.E.I. Specialists iq Beal Estate aqd...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 July 1947

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus" I Believe there's to be a light placed over Murphy's Bridge before many days pass. * * * Hcpe Council s:es its way clear ta complete the footpath in front of Canley Hn^n's S.cres so3n. * * * Saw Joe Kitson about that bike-says ho's going to strip Ute mudguards "oiT her' an.l jace lony McAlpine. * * * We off;:r our condolences to Mr. and Mrs. E. Morris of Cambridge Road. * * * Mr. Ellsy Snr. on the sick hst with appendicitis. Jcs Wooes is in hospital at Concord. It's said that when he needs anythmg, ho just yodels. Hope he's getting plenty of time to practise his guitar-shades of Tex Morton. sj: * :¡: Sesn the new bike? Albert will have ID learn to ride now. * * * Did you attend the last Progress Meet- ing? If not, you missed an interesting session. * * There ars no fish left in the river. Ask Wally and Paul or K.B. * * * Congratulations to Miss Nancy Le MaiuiiLr for her excellent singing on 2XTW lasi Sunday afternoon. * * * Ma's. MacCarre is on th...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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