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Soldiers' Memorial Service. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 19 September 1917

Soldiers' Memorial Service. Next Sunday week should see one   of the largest gatherings Ouyen has yet witnessed. The occasion, is the visit of the Sportsman's Thousand   Memorial Band. As mentioned in   last issue, it had not been intended that the Band should call as Ouyen, the reason given since being that as this district had done so well in the   matter of supplying soldiers, no effort   was necessary. However, on the representation of Mr. W. A. Ritchie,   on behalf of the Soldiers Fund com-   mittee, the people are now to have an opportunity of hearing what is really one of the finest bands that has toured the State. The occasion is unique, and everything possible must be done to make the visit a success. It is not a moneymaking scheme so far as the bandsmen are concerned. There will be collections and sales of souvenir, but the proceeds go to the local Red Cross Fund.     Th...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mallee Allotments Available [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

WMallee Allotments Available The following blocks are avail able for selection : SParish of Duddo.-Allot. 22, S87&- acres, 3rd class, 5 miles from Cowangie. Parish of Lascelles.-Allot. 2, 730 acres, 73/2 miles from Wal peup; allot. 4, 804 acres, 8 miles from Walpeup; allot. 5, G?83 acres, 7 / miles from Walpeup ; allot. 6. 755 acres, 8=' miles from cWal peup; allot. 7, 870 acres, S3 miles from Walpeup ; allot. , i34 acres, o miles from Walpeup. Parish of Pier Millan.--Alot. 14. 9SI acres. ii miles from Nandaly. Parish of Tyyenua.-? lot. 15 637 acres. 7 miles from Na:xiday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

i;'- n,-.,t ;1u I Miil[iI.sij REgCN & SCHUIIJBERT. ClCHAI'.', HRAN. POULL . RDI. WIRE OF AL. DE-CRIPTIONS SAT CRTITINT RATES. PRICES RIGHT! QUALITY RIGHT! -- SPECIAL PRICE' FOR CASH ORDERS.- |AGESCIES :--e;iard and Si<on, C':?rence Snm h, [nternationial, 3Mercantile frntual t Insuratc , a", M11 n'II res. SR. A. CALDCW & CO, (A l-C'TION I'-E .) LANO, STOIC, & GfERAL 4310MMiSSII8 A1ENT, FA EI-rKELL-ST., OLT YEN. 1 SALES ON GUCTED IMN ANY PAT OF THE STATE. AGENTS FOR "T'11 Perpetnal Ex-erntors and Trustee- A.s'ciatinn; Nichll.arnai i h'lorrw'" Uni.M I-I.rvestr.-E -:: Drll-: Barg;.r's Dises; RKawlinr -ind * t'.?-' r pe Winnowers, WVa:g.eonr, Field GCates. .B? Loaulers and Bag Trucks; Ceioniali Mural Life A-inr~nce SociPty ; Anstr;ai:a,. .litnid Live Stcek; Hawky and Skate Patent Swingietreesa; JaQ. Bell and Co., Wheat Briers : Cliff ind Buntilng Chafrferntters; ' Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance : '. Mrrii.- a!r,d Co, MNItr Cair and arri;rge Wtorks ; Ba-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

i Poe Sale, Wanted 'ct ) RO tWN Leghorn k*.: 5 . e 5/ e . tfrom a strain of a recent iu.p ?r?ati.n from America, and prom a pen o the world's most notable layers. Apply E. Higgins, Ouyen. C IIAFF for sale, any quantity. S. Pole Nyang. COLT Castration.-Por careful aL.-u Lion and reasonable cost, see WV j. Bertalli, Underbool. 1-EXCHANGE.- Southern Farms for SNorthern; clients waiting sell or let. Full particulars \Villiims, 2S1 Col lins stL, City. ORt Sale at Linga.-ro head of Good Dairy Cows, Alderney and Ayrshire .:stc and second calf, some with calves at loot :and close to calving. V. Ingwersen. jnr,, Linga. -jOR Sale.- Finest Type of English IF' made Double seater Touring Motor Car. in first class condition. Any trial give-n. Worth £'600, will sell £320; take £150 deposit, balance after harvest. IW A. A. Houghton, Woomelang. i OR Sale.-Pine Posts, 40/ per 100 at ' stump, Timberod.- Apply Chas. 3Denz's. -iveu. -ITOR Sale.-200 Fat Xbred wethers not I ' shorn; also farm horses. I. T...

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Myall Sports Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

fidfyall Snorts Gatherllý'in The above meeting was held on the 30th mlt., in bad weather, but the onting proved a great success. The Red Cross Society will beneEit substantially. Results--Trial Han dicap, five furlongs.-C. Ryan's Wild Donald, 9.0 (Delahoy), 1: Mrs O'Callaghan's Zinco, .7. . 10.0 (&M'Gowan), 2 A. Webster's IHector, 9.0 (owner), 3. A gcood race. Wild Donald get away at the start and won; Zinco, who was finishing very fast, found the distance not far enough. Myall Handicap, one mile.--Mrs O'Cal laghan's Zinco (Kelly), 1; J. Dennehy's Bellview Lass (Ho-vatt), 2. Won easily. Pony Race, four furlongs.-- . 2M'Gowan's Little Tourie (owner), 1; D. ~bhite cross' Coquette (Delahoy), 2 ; A. Webster's Hector (owner), 3. A great Race. WVon on the 0 ost. Flying Handicap, seven furlongs. J. Dennehy's Billangie (Howatt), 1; Donnelly's Royal Gold .owne), 2. Billangie won from end to end. Hack Race. six ftr!onns.-Devon shire's M'Longhlan (Kelly), 1 ; A. Webster's Hector (owner...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

GRTeERS, DRAPERS, IR0NM SERS, MIERCRANTS, AND eMMISSIESN AND MAHINERY Ai - AROBERTS I & = GILLESPIE,s& Opposite Post Office, Oke Street, OUyeen EABPEBST = AND E? BST = IN a ALL - LINES. AGENTS FOR ALL THE LEADING M1AKERS OF FARM IM[PLEMENTS AND MACHIN-ERY, ~r. RDLTNSN &c Co., SPOTSW OOD. BIG E" LITTLE 'E' FEDE Z3L ERVEST S. LOCAL A(Th'NT-W. OI. to TL^ Fupprrcn'~3-a r--:' . V1,7 Ze foxý 4. Discs. ORDER EARLY. x Stocic 0' Df -rpi~catns O TIerd. 'Ploce No. 5. WAr. SELKIRK, GrALAH. R1AE4NT F'r Wichier's Manures., Jumes 5C1 aaxi Co, uwhe.t buyers. The Australian lurnu:d F?re Insur agnce cciety, Policies i'sed eov -rng fol;owin.; riik : Fire. Per vI?n? Accident and Sickness. Fi d.leity Gurantee. Employers' ?i birity. WIorkers' Coapensatioh, .jlgEon. j otor Car, and Live Stock dtorian Kug and Tent Company. All Canvas Goods TIKE O?JYEN BAKERY. Is being continued by the undersigned ?s always, none but the best . &alour s used in turning out THE BEST OF BREAD. ...

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Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

Stock Report. A. E. Lord . Co. report having held their fortnightly sale at Ouyei yards last Saturday, 22nd, when there was yarded a qoa nt;?y of horses, including some good useful sorts or foarm and general work, but ernmpati?.:c was not keen and oncers' reserves high, consequently the greater portion w,_r passed. We sold, on account of .Mr. Davey, an aged mars at C14; cn ao count of Mr. Whan, waggonette mare, 3 yrs, at £12 5s. ; on account of Mr. H. Waters, twoponies to £7; on ac count of vendor, pony at £3 10s. Cattle.--Only two cows yarded; one aged cow, sold on account of Miss Perkins, brought £11. Sheep.-None came forward. We expected a fair yarding of ration sheep, but owing to the heavy rains delaying the shearing, vendors were ua".ble to yard any, but expect to do so next sale. Pigs.-We sold three suckers, on account of Mr. 5. Hoare, at 15s. Poultry.-Four pairs of Muscovy duck3, on account of Mr. Wm. Oke, at 5s. per pair. A quantity of onions at 4s. a case. Out side sales d...

Publication Title: Ouyen Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

·' ? ~O Stand hi.s ,eason at WALPEGP, 0 and Trarvel Trhe Surrounding Dis trict, . .Ei... K?NO" N TROTTING BEV :ED STALLION 0 OI1D OSTERLEY. otI (sterle' is a rktict brown horse, Sictl~,-"- trls mic?. ()sterley, is thi kI- 2n 2":l chapion of Antralia: e- .):l . - " Won tIhe .t n. r ,, . - . . e trotw: t lh9rLe SlIw 1"h t;e 94, 95, 95. tisr .nod cila. ipion jt-107. Sire of E ;t tor 2.17, Aiita 2.14, Lightifoot. 2.18, - tr "10 , . I, - . Esrn, Reliable, ah Sjter to Tr.lstrt'rhy. sold for £200. , i perforl-r. h DaIr's sire by Honesty tri .1 -l;tim, Coreentra, by B?cttaio,. I. r1 (rwterlev's groindtsire is another I _hnrw hoirse in hilde lI'rold, 414, 2. ?c at . sire for s?ci-horses as -Eva t or M2.3 gus.). Dan Ptich., Belmont .-ln?ont - l.napi.ton of the world for 3 Sliorhlehilad. Rita, and.Viking. It I tbe seen that Lord Osterley is from pick of trotting stock imported to tori. I ie is a sureifoal setter, docile ;,'er, dOcit:l hl.rne s horse. ri ()steriey's track.. reorr.' 2.38, at ?hm...

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V.F.U. MALLEE DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

3IIAb E DISTRICT CCUNCIL., Prohbaby in consequence of the close proximity, of the conference now sitting in M.elbourne, the attendance at She quarterly meeting of the above counnil was limited, only 1A_ braoches being represented. Delegates pr-esent were Messrs. El. W. Pickering (president), P. G. Stewart (feeretary), Carwarp; ;re, Yatpool; Callander, Mu!cra; Eill, Tempy ; Biack, C-ýal BI hanaa, Turriff; Daynian. COw ngie ; IAead, Walpeup; Williamson, Nyang; Glowrey, Onyen and Under bcol; W-Donald, Bourk e; Singleton, I Soeed; Price, Manengatang. The minutes having been duly con firmed, the secretary reported that several branohes had nor, forwarded the levy for the last quarterly confer ence, and thus their delegates' een- i ses could not be paid. i was decided to give the neglectful branches a re naizder o their cbligations. The ?resident extended a welcome to the delegates and complimented he seecret?'y on having been celectad ,for the position of eandidate in the Un?cn .nterest ...

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Victorian Produce's Co-operative Co. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

"Yt.toeia & rodjce- "' o-o.-. erative Co. Mr. Kelly, a director of the . company, who, with Mr. Nix&o , ic ip'-ctur, is on a lecturacg ;.-- . hem- iirs.;ricts, gave wrinar mua crerute1 -fo iuneiiectufl treas , .i . nall'oI Friday week to a c L.:' - o1 farm :rs, by way of an addess- , *p. great benefits to be derived i-=_i co operau.oni by the primary pro*'- ?-..:; of thi+ -?ae. And just ne.re v mihl. J.yj caat it seems ;t p:tyv hb farmers generally do uo tn r?k, ajan. cage of such opporcuni:se- ý, gti: a practical knowledge u,[ - , ,,.-.i . ful business methods p ..s,:.t by: this greA-t co-operative t;-·-,nir. y :.: the commenrci.,? inerests .,f .,i s-v-.;- al thousanrd shareholders. Mr. K -Iy, vno i zs &t' e-efol. U'-.:t and convicing speaker, *.u:i..-i th.. cotpany s movements w: i ,'" ,;,es from its incept on to r:h p e-eeI, time-the many and grLcas ir,.tcl.e:. placed in its way by the vr-stid ilzner ests of organised oppoit.s-,. Oat lining the success of ...

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Orange Blossom. FREELAND ROGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

n range Blosso n. -4---- ?E$ELAND ROGERS. back, on March 7:-h last, L'Ia "scelebrated at G-dal Public e ery prettY wedding. The ratie parties were Mr. Gus. A. ;;in, e_?o?d son of Mr. G. F, ee of tialpeup, and Miss ReanJy .M. ,"fourrth Jaughter of Mr. and g.; -rs of Galah. The Rev. of Mildur ý did the ceremonial Sund tih bride was given away o, -,'" The bridal costumer a ,,- si k.one, the bodice : relievd with sillk ninon and oide:ed with pearls, the veil .ar..g:d over a wreath of Sbl his:,-. The bouquet w s -.. o-. of heather and earn:, ,itt? '?aee wore a pendant set pe:crir rnd Australian tourma SK ,girE oi the bridegroom. The :,, :yoire Mliss F... Rogers, ,I the briai; and Miss J. Free ... r : thi:roomn. Each wore to eunirbii rcd voile and tulle , criu. white bouquets with ,:'ope, r st.taners. Mr. L. Rogers ?,,;r? .:n, ,rnd his brother George Sma:,, whdila Misses Ivy Bt.sh. tr; ; grs, J. Freeland, and M. were the flawer girls, and w _t .n white silk and carry ;,skets .:i I,-tla:t-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

euyen Caledonian Siciety. CTIAND ANNUJL DATHERIN' 1'Wednesday, 1Oth October. PROGRAM : it ioo per cent. -"t rcceedr= to O i, Hospital). Piping-Open Pibroch, st (3, 2nd I. 3rd roF E.tr 3-" iarches. 30s, 20s. Ios, etr- 2"(6 Sathspeys and Reels, 3es, 05, ,aSe. ew-; INational Airs. 3os. 2os. Ios. entry 2/6 LOCAL --withiu a radius of 200oo miles. ' Pibroch. Marches. Stratbspeys and Reels ist 305, -nd ois. 3rd 5s. entry-a tin each) yationa! Airs. 2os. *0s. 5s, entry as Dancing- Open .ighianrd Fling, Sos, 15`, 716, entry 2s L;el O' Tuiloch, Seann Triubhais,. Gillie Call.m. Irish Jig, 2os. izs. 5s, entry 2s Sailor's Hornpipe, £2. 15s, ios, entry 2/6 JUVENILES-under x6 years Ilighland Fiung. 2cs. :os, 5?. entry 2? nyann Triubhais. Reel O' Tullosh. Irish Jig. Sailor's Hornpipe. i5-, zos, entry is i tin each) Dress lest Dressed Highlander, 21s, entrty.1!6 ?sc?t lircSed Laddie, Lassie, Son of. Mem bei. Daughter oif Member, -:os, entry 6d (in each) Games --tting the Stone. Throv.ing I-Ievy Ham- ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

In Memoriam. WOODING.-- In loving memory of! dear son and brother, who was killed in France September 27th, 1916. His King and Country called him; The call was not in vain; On Britain's Roll of Honor You will find onr der son and brother's 1 name. -Inserted by his loving Mother, Brother and Sister-in-law (Bert and May).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

FDENTISTRY?. J. W. BROWNBILL. ,ILDURA AND MARYBOROUGIL iReccrded by the Dental Ecard of Victoria.) WVili visis All Towns between Ouyen and M;rrayville once each month regnlarly. Wednesday, 20tth Underi;ool, from 9 a.m. till 12 noon. Walpeup, .'.30 p.m. till 6 p.m. Thursday, 27th OQuyen, All Da.Z. Mr. W. J. '.KEEFE, EXPERT OPTICIAN, 13 Cassell street, Hawksburn. Visiting Ouyen and along the Murray uille line regularly Every Six Weeks. 'Does artificial light or the sun try your Eyes? If so let me make you a pair of Sir WVil iiam Crooke's Glasses, which [ have lately introduced. This wonderful Glass filters and neutral ises all the harmful rays that emanate fromn artificial or any form of light. Be ing practically non-tinted, it does not alter color values, nor is it unsightly to wear at any time. Cal1 on me and let me demonstrate the sany other advantages as this new Glass. ACCURACY GUARANTEED. Remember This-I call regularly every Six Weeks (watch the dates), and change Lenses free fo...

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Dealing with Bunny [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

Dealing with Bunsn3 Th14 Hn. Gray, .L.A., : x us to publish ;,ne iollowing .rcia ,he Vermin Destruction 37rr chr of the Lands Depairt eoL :-`'ir,- With reference to letter frona Mir. H. j 2 Richardson, of rea:-top, and c·t ition 00 beh f ut - e reu;dente in t*' dis triet,' pr e v?` u h vtcc the Hon. ithe M;instr r for siinde, reifttwre 5o the i destrnction of naoicst: -w ish to iz'_ form you whet their request i"iU rt ceive i~ oeit atter tion 1 stote bhah ac'ion laiq alresdv b'en I taken on tite i eserv-3s as shc-r:. here tnder:-No. Iand 2 Researves : Ba. ley's Lookooi Leseire (Wocrnac. Parish; E.-nmest's Eeserve; Gwregory s Reserve; 3aile 's Lookout Reserve (Boulka Parish}; °Teilingip Reserve,; 'Tinber Resterve: Pigeon LTako Re-, save; Timber .eeerve Rio. 1-16-17 (Waipenop) arish1; Reserves N.c 14, 69, 461(. 7, F6 al id69."

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

Local and General. For a long time past there has been an agitation to have the main road through .the " desert," on the southern side of Walpeup Shire, formed. Well, the councillors con cerned recently inspected the road and decided that so soon as the motor car owners (who so strongly urged the making of the road, and offered to stand a share of the cost) put in, the work would be done. The quota was fixed at £5 per owner, and Cr. Brown will take delivery of cheques as fast as they are handed in. Already a.number have paid up, and it behoves the others to give the matter prompt attention. The work will be gone on with as soon as the money is available. Get a move on ! Matters in connection with the forthcoming gathering of Ouyen Caledonian Society on Wednesday week are very forward. The coun cil of the Society is leaving no stone unturned to ensure success; and as the object is to benefit the h spital fund, everyone is sure to help. As the V.R.C. refused permission to run register...

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Once Again. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

Once Again. Miss Glen, of Walpeup, recently received the following letter from the Front. Comment is unnecessary : '15th Field Ambulance, A.I.F., France, 4th July, 1917.-Dear Friend -I have much pleasure in thanking you for the pair of socks, which I re ceived with your name and address tn. They fit me O.K., and I must [-y they arrived when I was really in want of them. I was waiting on a * ew pair of socks from home at the rime I received yours; but I think they must have gone down with one of the boats which were torpedoed by the Germans. You must have thought you were never going to get an answer to your note, for I see by the date on it, it is nearly twelve months old. I suppose you young ladies are anxiously waiting for the end of she war. Well, all the boys over here are in good spirit, and seem to thiok they .will be home in time for this coming Christmas. I only hope it comes true. I have seen two years of this war, and I will not be sorry when I board the boat for Australia...

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Timberoo Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 26 September 1917

Timberoo Topics. Splendid work has been done by the men employed by the Vermin Destruction Board in dealing with the rabbit pest on the reserves in this district. Before the poisoning, rabbits were to be seen in hun- dreds where now scarcely any are seen. Farmers are pleased with the result; and if only each farmer would deal as etlectively with. the vermin on his own land, less would, be heard and seen of the pest. Matters in connection with the annual race meeting, which is to be held on Wednesday, 24th October, are well in hand. A strong com mittee has been formed, which means that a good day's sport will be provided. The next meeting, to Finally arrange matters, will be held as soon as permission to hold the sports is granted by the Chief Secretary and V.R.C. The race meeting will, no doubt, be a suc- cess. The proceeds go towards either the local Red Cross fund or the Ouyen Hospital, which has yet to be decided. A combined schools' picnic (Timberoo and Timberco South) will be h...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 October 1917

LOCAL AND G1ErN iat L. Ii is notified by aidvertilsement in another column that whea, will not be received into the p~ol by Govern ment agents, on account of the 1916 '17 wheat bhvest, after the 15ih October, 1917. You will notice that the represen tative of the Beehive, Ballarat (Mr. Williams) is to make a special trip to tbhe district in a few days" time, so that you may place your XSmas order in ample time to make cer:an of get ting it. Look up tbhe daies.* The Sportsmen's Thousand Baud Spail a visit to Ouyen on Saturday and Sunday, aond gave moss impres sive services. As a result of their Sappeal, 12 more volunteers came for ward. "A full report is crowded out by pressure of late advertisements. If you are looking for cheait money, the advertisement ofthe State Savings Bank, setting out the advantages of Crediu Foncier Loans, in another column, is worthy keen attention. It will be noticed that loans are now made on township properties-an in novation that should be weloome. Walpe...

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Ouyen Caledonian Sports. ANNUAL GATHERIN'. [Newspaper Article] — Ouyen Mail — 3 October 1917

yen Caledonian Sports. ANNUAjL GATHERIN'. tiare is any detail in connection the great annual gatherin' of en Caledonian Society to be held Wednesday next that has been looked, it is no fault of the a! of the body. The ground is e:ec order; and after a few i! -:; attended to by the ground ? t?e tuhis afternoon, nothing Sbe wanting. Members' tickets i-iing freely, entries already are -, and the town will wear an :ince o.n the day seldom, if equ?alied. Everyone realises "he object sought to be bene -:h Ouyen Hospital-is one yv of he greatest of support, and i c:'r, irrespective of the joy to c':zained, is carrying the crowd SThe ladies of the Hospital rnitteea will provide luncheon on rou?1; while afternoon tea, soft k, fruit and confectionery stalls sc be conducted by them. The 1r sex will be catered for in the er of the more potent liquor by S. Franklin of Hopetoun. A er of importsanoce: is the fact that cear owners must. pay a fee of if they desire to ply for hire. th advt. in anoth...

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