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Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 1st June, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Metropolitan Notes /VWWVV - Brisbane, 1st June, 1922, llr. Lightband, one ol our city's leading accountants, has been select ed by ibe Federal Government, as one at the three members for the Income 3?ax Appeal Board, salary £1600 a year. ThiB 1b a great compliment to Mr. Lightband's qualifications. He leaves for Melbourne at the end of liie week, and will be a loss to Bris bane accountancy. U Mr. Hughes has not returned from Us trip north. Mrs. .Hughes did not accompany him on the Wyreema. She an<] her daughter went south by the mail train next morning. Mr. Bayley, the National member tor Ox ley, nearly Joined the Country Party because he was offered a portfolio by them if he deserted Mr. Hughes. If Mr. Hughes says the worfl when be comes back Mr. Bayley will not re ceive the Natlenal endorsement. Bay ley is a misfire, and poor a repre sentative though he has been, he is !Ucely to defeat Jim Sharpe, who has been again selected by the Ozley W i'.O.'B to win it back. But al...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Muttaburra Amatear Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Hittaburra Amateur Turf Club. I -ooo The following horses have been nominated (or the fourth annual meeting of the Muttaburra Amateur Turf Club to be held on the 16th and 16th June:-Antrim King, AUihad, Art Billys King, Bee, Boy Gard, Blaring, Buckall, Billia, Buddhic, Bewe, bee leer, Blue Gift, Chester, Duke Carastl, Eagle Point, Euboizo, Eurawli, Fac stir. Fallow Buck, Fairy Arthur, Glenstar, Glenbar.Gunstock Lad, Grey Prince, Gus, Grey Lancer, High Scent, Jolly Earl, Kum Sing, King's Post, Lunch time, Last Garb, Last Thorn, Lady Rupert, Lady Mole, Lady Monitress, Lady Trivet, Loyal Lass, Micky Free, My Meteor, Mies Ben arba, Mayance, Myra, Nankeroo, Nod ding, Noondoo, Prince, Pontoe, Prince Hobo, Perinda, Pearl, Pebble, Quart Can. Rockwood Prince. Rest, Red Cloak Searchlight, Saracen, Spanker, Sengun. Snowcloud, Sculptor, Sol dier's Dream, Sieta, Shaman, Spec, Shirt Button, Tzarltza, Thoran, Trumpet, Triumphus, Valentine, Val mai, Valtress. Viscidiay, Viscount, Wiley's Knight, Ze...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Bandar 6c Sons' Pure Volatll e Eucalypti Extract. Cnn be obtained at nil cheminte and atoreB. There ir no reason for pnttiug np with iu fnrior brands, because yon can obtain "RANDKRS," which in not onlr rocofjniiod by the hieheat mediral authorities, bnt in proved by the Supreme Court. M'lbonrne. the beat. RANDEE'S KXTRACT is specially manufactured for Ifedioal nso, nnder tbo constant pupervieiou of a modioal man. AMDKR'S KXTRACT is nneqaalled for coldr, inflii' -la, bronchitis, diarrhoea, fiata lenoe, iof'>oti hir dieoespp, locally for wounds, bonus. nicer-. piles itching chilblains. Mr. J. Hopkitm. Auckland, writes:-" I have need BANDER'S KXTRACT for the last 42 years with thfl very tw>8t rebuilt. Once a substitute (riven me, a larger bottle at same price result- No good. Only SANDER'S EX TRACTS enters my bonse " H SYMONDS, But 19 Phone 18 Opposite Bai way Goodi -bed, BAftCAlDNE. MEN'S MERCER, Tobacconist, Fancy foods Dealer, &c. \OKTMENTS of Rtetson, Boraalino, «nd ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything F Have you anything to sell ? Have you lost or found something '< Meetings, Ao. Advertisements in this oolumn at special tales for CASH strictly in advance. It ooofced ordinary casual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number oi words under prepaid soale, 48. One Two Three Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2/- 8/- 4/6 Every additional eight words... 1/- 1/8 1/6 F, T. MeDONALD, Saddler and Har ness Maker, Oak-Btr#«t. Barealdine. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 126 MVB&ABTI HONEY* Guaranteed Pare- 71b. tins, 6/-. 141b tins, 10/-. Larger quantities if reaulred. C. Lloyd-Jones, Agent. TTTANTED.-Uood General Servant. YV To start June 19th. Apply to MBS. IL-J. McCULLOOGH, Yew-st I Ffaiinil ToW.V OABrHJt fto. . WHIlUll Baroaldino Furniture removed carefully. Moderate Prieee, Give him a trial. Phone 120,will find hun. BEST assortment of ROSES always available. VVreathB, bouquets to order. MISS GDWN, Cheetuut-st., N6r^h Si...

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Barcaldine And General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

6amliii9iUMgst| The usual monthly meeting of Batcaldine Shire Council will be bald on Wednesday next, at 11 a.m. The recent Show beld at Blackall turned in a profit of X86 8a. Od., of which about <86 was the result of the extra Gycnkhana day. The annual oomfed meeting held at Blaokall reaulted in a loss of £130 6* lOd. The " Igdependei-t" rrmatka: "It looks front this result as if it will be a lung time before another corafed meeting is vectored upon in tilackali." On Monday evening next, the annual in - stallation of " Comet ' Mark Lodi^e, No 260 B.C., will be held, Wor. Bro E. Curtis, P.A.D C.. being Wor. Mmk Mister Thu Installing Muster will be Wor. P M.M. Bro. B. J. McCollough, P O.J W , assisted by Past Masters present. It is aoticip .ted the gathering will be a rotable one in the annalt of District Mark Uaaonry. THE GREAT MOMENT-Gloria Swanson. Paramount Theatre-Next Saturday, 17th. The New South WaleB Attorney General haa decreed the Queensland Golden Cusket an ill...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

FRANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, Una MOTOR GARS rORBXSLE. Two 6-Cyliader Bricks st joar disposal. Phone 78. o ? Agent toe Howard's "Tria*nph" Motor Oyole, 41 Rover" Oyole And Sureties United States Motor Tyrea, Eto. Qf Baroaldine Agant tor The Celebrated BUICK CARS. MOTOR CUR 5fRRE FOB Prompt Attention King up 'Phone 101. DAY OK NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killamey Villa," lmtfa Baroaldine. " KENILWORTH," Private Hospital, Mapls and Aoaoli-btbbkts, BARCALDINE. -Outside Ouh Attended. For particulars and terras apply to Phone 81 RUBY GREEN, A.T.NA The People's Cash 8tore A8H.9TP.EEr (opposite Gli'leograph), BARCA^SXNXi. For'your order for «BOC»SRIEt» or PKOIUJCE Bing PHONE 83* &. U. OUXNXT. Proprietor. A ustralfian J^utual provident SOCIETY. A. E PEARSON, District Representative. Address-c/o W. L. Walker, BA.KUALDINE. HARRY BURGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR. BARCALDINE. Full range of materials In stock to select from. Tour own materials made up. CLEANING and PRESSING. AH i/afUieiit...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

four Neit Laibiarkiig. Use a " Lu^k" Lamhmarking Knife. The simpleBt, quickest, and only effective knife yet invented, eliminating the use of the teeth. The inventor has used this knife on Portland DownB (Ilfracombe) for the past two eeasoos marking over 60,COO lambs, and will goarantee to mark and draft an 80 per cent, lambing at the rate of 500 per honr. Testimonials from WelUhot Station, Barcaldine Downs, iBis Downs, and many other leading stations. Supplies available from DENHAM BROS LTD. N11, & M l. C0/ttU bToh-) THE wrsrrus cksmphj-i. BARC»LDINE Phonel3 Estah. 1879 P 0 0^37 The Beprcsentative 'ournal for Central Western Queensland. , Wholly Produced nnd Published in Rarcal j dine everySxturdny rooming at fi i n, SUBSCRIPTION j Per Annum in A'lvaneis (posted) X'l 5 0 Per Aonam in Adviuouo (local drliv.) 1 2 6 | Quarterly (posted) ... ... 6 t! Quarterly (local) ... ... GO ADVERTISING CHARGES First Inch ... ... . ... 5 Every Succeeding Inch... ... 4 0 Birth and Death Noti...

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GENERAL GATHERINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

"GENERAL GATHERING; ..Say Dad, what iei gravity T" .'Gravity, my boy, is a force ?which brings down everything bar coBt of living!" Charleville and district people have extensively signed a requisi tion to Mr. Herbert Yeates, of Too woomba, to contest the Mfcranoa seat for the Senate at the next general election. The Berlin correspondent of the London "Dally Express" reports that 25,000,000 women in Europe are doomed to perpetual spinsterhood, as the male population iB 26.0,000^00, while the female population is 825, 900,000. It is reported from Melbourne that the V-R.C. has decided to make material increases in some of Its Btakesl. The prise for the 1923 V.R.C. Derby is to be £5000. It is £3000 at present. The next Melbourne Cup is to be worth £10,000. The only untoward incident men Honed by the team was Johnson's collision with Tracer in New Zealand in connection with the relay race, which was entirely unintentional and was cause* by Tracey staggering The South Africans made every...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

THANKS, Mr. and Mrs. O. Devery wish to fender their thanks to Dr. J. P. 0' Hara for his unremitting attention to (heir late mother-in-law and mother, llrs. M. Burke. Also all kind friends lor messages of sympathy and floral tributes. THANKS The members of the family of the late Mrs. M. E. Williams wish to iexten^ their thanks to all kind friends for their messages of sympathy and Boral tributes in their recent bereave ment. Also to the members of the Rugby League for their mark of respect in foregoing their fixtures on Sunday. IN MEMORIAM. Kemp.-In loving memory of Wil- liam Kemp, who died 21th June, 1911. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

t?ajn a. m. jtt diiL eARCALDIr>£, Sac MOTOR GARS roKBiafi. Two 6-Cylinder Buicks at j oar disposal. I'hone 78. ?? o - Agent for Howard's "Triumph" Motm Gj'olp, Rover" Cycle and Sur^.Tiei" Uuit»«" State* Mi.tfir Tyree, Eto. d*Bsrosldiae Agent for 'l'ne ouiebrated bUIOK OARb MOTOR CAR_ 5?rre FOR Prompt Attectiun Ring up 'Phone 101. DAY OK NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor " Kiilarufiy Vilia," lmth Barcaldit e. "KENILWUitTH," Private Hospital, MAPLK aud ACAOIA-btrkkts, BARCALDINt. -Outside CaieB Attended. For particulars aud t«rras apply to I'hone 81 RUB* GREEN, A T.N A ' The People's Gash Store AaH.8TP.EBr (opposite Qli'leograph), flAEC'AH.D»ra. For your order for GKOCKRIfil* or PBODKCIil Ring PHONE 83. B. 2£. OUZN27, Proprietor. ^ustralian |£utual provident SOCIETY. A. H. PEARSON, District Representative. Address-c/o W. Ii. Walker, BAKOALDINE HARRY BURGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR. BARCALDINE. Full range of materials in stock to acluct from. Your own materials made up. CLEANING and PRES...

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Barcaldine Shire Council Lag[?] Creek Crossing to be Completed. Mr. Frew Favorably Endorses the Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Barcildlne Shire Council Lagur Creek Grassing to be Completed. ?r. Frew Favorably Endorses the Work. The usual monthly meeting of Bar oaldlne Shire Council was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday, June 14th, at which there -were pre sent:-Crs. R. A. Parnell (chair man), H. J- Sealy, T. Hannay, A. A. Dyer, the Clerk (Mr. C. H. Pysh) and Press rep. Apologies were accepted on behalf Of Crs. W. Balllnger, W. McBride, and W. Price. The minuteB of previous meeting, copies of which had been supplied Councillors, were adopted. CORRESPONDENCE. - The Secretary of Charters Towers Carnival Committee invited Council to send a representative; he would have a goo,, time. No Councillor was disposed to accept the invitation. In reference to an application to the Queensland Main Roads Board for . Joan of £2000 for a bridge or cross ing over Lagoon Creek at foot of Ash-street, a reply waB received that the matter would be considered at the qezt monthly meeting of the Board, and Council would be ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything i Have yon anything to «e(l f Have you lost or fnaud soiaucbmK t Meetaugs, Ac. Advertisements in this column at special .ates for C&ciH strictly In advance. It looked ordinary oasuai advertising rates vill be charged. Maximum number of vords under prepaid scale, 48. ti One Two Three Insert. Inserts. ? irf words ... 2/- 3/- 4/6 very additional eight words... It- 1/3 1/6 T. McDONALD, Saddler and Har nau Maker, Oak-ntr«et, Barealdintf. 4.11 repair work undertaken. 'Phone 126 ttUBBABfl HON EI Guaranteed Pure- 71b. tins, 6/-. 141b tins, 10/-- Larger quantities If efluired. C. Lloyd-Jones, Agent Si[ blflfel Tuff.v aBi'tfi «o . LEn (VIM B.routditie tl"nrniture removed oaiefu.ly. Modi ratn Prioec. Givo him a trial 1'houH I :ii> %ill find him. WANTED-Good gi-ueral serv nt. To utai t June 19th Apply to MBS. K. J. MeCULLOUGH, Ycr^t. BEST ats»uriiinnt of .>OSES always avaiUt^lo. Wieittbs, bouquets to order. MISS UtJNN, Gheaiuut-st., Nort...

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Barcaldine And General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

ii&rc&lkikdkgst I The Aramac Tennis Club, through the generosity of Mr. D. Watters, of Glenample, and Mr. t S. H. Fraser, of Rankin, intend holding two tournaments (singles for ladies and doubles for gentlemen), pro | bably on 1st and 2nd July. The club is having a dance in the Shire Hall on 26th of this month for the purpose of raising money for a new At ft well-attended meeting of pariHh ioners of St. Peter'a Church of Engl-nd, held at the Vitarage on Monday evening the Victr, ^ev. P. E, Otuwrh occupying the chair, it wa« decided to bold the ' vnnal bazi^r on October Sih and 6th. and, p?fcliiuinftty: Hrrktfgpinents were made re garding stalls nnd stallholders It W«f also mentioned that a dance would be held in thi* Shire H«H on the first night of the races July 27th S veral wa'ters relating to the Rr.hiuil. parish and di-ceee w»re discussed The Vicar mentioned that the official opi' intr > 1' the new hostel bad been arranood to tak? placo on Thurp ay mora ing. ....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

(rgven<8urlei(^ ° DEPILATORY Superfluous Bsir Youfhilylnq the underarms with Craven-Burleigh Depilatory is an agreeable way to remove ftalr. While necessary (or (be wearing of evening gowns and trafts parent sleeves, hair-tree arms ore lust "as desirable lor every day comtort and cleanliness. CRAVEN-BURLEIGH DEPILATORY ' removes hair Irojp the tace, ncck, underarms, or limbs quickly and painlessly. II Is ? pcrlectly harmless, does not In crease or coarsen later hair fjrowih, and leaves the skin beautifully clean and smooth. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Also Cravcn-Burlelgh Talcum, Hair narhencr. Shampoo, Soap, _'-'uee Cream. Face Powder, Tooth - w,.u- -A P«ae.£te. Craves Burleigh WITIiEMLD Bt&v 'WMMiywvwvwi Cfc itra uii.naj At* classes of rough and dressed hard wood supplleg at lowest rate*. Address.all correspondence Manager, W1THEJWFBELD SAW MHLCVO NOTICE, S. A. SUTTON, Dm Maker, Task Sinker, Eto. Eto. EBmm tfiren toe 0#ershot Daum wd By-wiuihss. Klowted Earth Tanks built t...

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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

?The Springside Agricultural Bureau have been debating the very interest ing subject ol "Are sheep a necessity to fanning in this district?" states a message from Orange, N.S.W., and both sides of the question of sheep or no sheep were argued with much energy by men who knew by experi ence what they were talking about. Those in favor of the sheep contended thkt, although the district was not so suitable - as the country further weBt it was highly advisable to keep sheep as part of a1 rotation In connection with mixed farming. It was fully pointed out what a large part stock particularly sheep-played in .£ ? ,f to maintain the fertility of the soil by keeping up a constant supply of iiumus through the judicious grazing of green crops. It was also shown that even a few sheep were a decided asset, as ma/." farms hadjportionsi uiv suite* for cultivation, Which from time to time could, with decided pecuniary advantage, carry a small number of sheep, and thereby in crease the farmers' rev...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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GENERAL GATHERINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

GENERAL GATHERING;! An interesting cablegram irom London:-David Sergeant, who has practised medicine for the last half century, and bas now been knighted at the age of 91, states he went to Australia in the gold-digging days when Melbourne consisted of wood and canvas. He played cricket for Victoria against New South Wales, and later visited many countries as a P. & O. Liner's doctor. He has two daughters an a one son, all doctors. At the Melbourne District Court E. II. Jolly, inspector of the Life In surance Comoany of Australia, was cuarged with having failed to submit Federal Income Tax returns for the years ended 1918 to 1921. inclusive. Investigation, it was stated, showed 'hp,t Mr. Jolly's income during the period mentioned, amounted to £1&, 877. A fine of £350 was inflicted. Mr. Jolly, as a man in his position, ought to have jolly well known better. The Quebec Government has an nounced an interesting new colonisa-. tion scheme. An agent will be sent in an ende...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Autoscrpw Droppers mi' made of ulout- mild pteel two aDd threc-qDiirtei' iiifiirs wide doubled t wicn to a twin V shape. Practiclly nnbendible nnd indestructible. Autoserew nroiipar? bav wedges. Ni> Bt-i :: c .. u'.ift th bv hand. C >|iE, "*? i'y i nt. on hUtOlcrsw !) -enj ? -5 fuitce. us i' h i . |ia'!iu r ? 1 ir il U" ? .1 ro ' iliivi .'» -n'< nny « i il ' K ia gw, ( Prl-MK -'i'lf Ml !: ? . a ri' 1'in'" ^/no.'d '*>.H . ... - i- ? i . n . I- . i. O 'i' I. t: ;i K>, h I . . la i r <: - > ' ».|i ctiv . i\' uvTill"' o' win; '? i:!i«r6,S!):!fli;r.!iv in hiifinv tlii 1'e.t" r>ta -i .3 >sti-l*i?: . 'e-'t. 1 . ? tr ? <>> it . ? to ? ) -i ><? nt . ihoui1 mid, h 'cl or- s:ot,uvl ?'i s itynn' f11.r? - « .^h1 |)0'J- (i* !>??! 100. nquir s 8oi cit d All Station Supplv Hihjsjs OR- ; Tha iiato-Ssre'v Drojj^ar Fencing Go. Ltd., 4' hi oh and Manufacturer--. B fiiacSsva.SOj ae i, B^| A A?4 il. f"y ^-*Siaa4J£& * ^ D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

... .1. Leape. BABCALDINE BRANCH. fM; Oeneral Meeting of returned «o1" dlers will be lield on MONDAY, Uune 19th, at 8 p.m. at the Hotel Shakespeare. Good attendance r» ijueeted A. H. PEARSON, Secretary. EE S THE WONDER WORKER (Patented.) THE KEY TO HEALTH. The world'* oreatest dis covery for the alleviation and cure of piles, haemorr hoids, constipation, and complaints of the lower bowel. A simple, sensible, scienti fic appliance. Works while YOU sleep, and elves you sleep- Lasts a llfu-tlmn. Only 7/6. Send Postal Note to Wonder Worker, Box 954, G P.O., or 202 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane. <- Litera ture FREE. , ~ PIRYMEN SAY WHAT WE SAY H tl^Ehave instances of fVV numbers of dairymen friends of BALTIC 1 users coming to see their g friend's BALTIC, and the 5 BALTIC user being asked |§ by his friend or neighbour §g to order one for nim ? as ^ This speaks of | . complete satisfaction I GET IT YOURSELF 1 I,BALTIO,i | Separator Co. Ltd. 18 ROMA ST. BRISBANE 1 ^iiiiiiiniiiiiiiHi...

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THE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

TME BATCHES. THE SCHOOLS. Longreacli State School-J. Tick ling: (captain). P. Volling, V. Veiling, L. McQueen, P, Plumb, h. Meyers, D. Weyland, J. Taylor, w. Booker, "W. Ormond. W. Hitzman, W McQueen, I J. Volling, Barcaldine State School.-Full back, W- MoLaagblin; 3, B. RaSgera, H. Peel, P. Barney, R. Charles worth; 5, J. McLaughlin; i, C. Mallory (captain); forwards, D. Colman, D. Thompson, L. Tooth, C, Walker, J. Owens, W. Teas dale. ' The school teams took the field at about 11,30 a.m. C. Mallory captain ed Barcaldine, aud V. Tickling Long reach. Prom the biclc-ofE Longreach took play to Barcaldine territory, v-here Peel secured and relieved witn a good kick. Tickling returned the kick, and Barney secure,} and put in I a good run before being grassed. The | Longreach forwards tben took t.ie ball jat their toe and kickcd over ihc goal line. Barcaldine saved. Off agari mid Longreach was awarded a true f ?r off-side play. Longreach kicked out end Mallory secured anj sent to J. I Mc...

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