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WINDELLAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

(From our Coorrexionddnat.) SiNCE my lastfe 'have had plenty of rain, which was badly needed to put the ground! in:"gobd :woiking order.. :iPloughing is iow going ahead in earnest; ind it is to be hoped we may have an early spring, as it is too late now to expect grass to grow, and as that is very scarce, this win:er will be a trying one for stock. Sickness. is prevalent at present in a. few families but nothing of a dangerous charac ter. Colds and chilblains are loudly corn plained of. Wallaby drives are nearly at a standstill, as getting the crops in is engaging the time of thlie farie??s: :but as soon- ss plliughing:aiid sowing are over, a fresh start will be made at the marsupials. T"he Bishop of Goulburn intends holding a conirmation about: September ?next, 'at which all the young people in this incum bency from:fdurteen years old are asked ;to attend for the purpose of receiving -thie rite. The Rev. M?,r. Edwards desires all those who wish'.to be confirmed to send in :their na...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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On to the Rescue Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

On to the Rescue Band.of Hope. THE society known by the above name held their~usual monthly meeting in the Primitive Methodist schoolroom, Lagoon-street. There was a very large attendance, notwithstanding the very bad state of the weather. The meeting opened in the' usual way by singing andprayer. In the absence of the president (Rev. J. Studds), the vicep'resident, (MiYG. Crundwell), occupied the chair;. anid lie,' the chairman, gave a beautiful address, sho~ving" the very bad effect that drinik brought" upon families, after which he stated that' he ~iv'6uld' not detain the ineeting, biitriroceed: t once wi0"the' progriamme. e ewotuld theiirfore call upon Arthur Mason, ivhbo recited a piece entitled "Sitting Up and Setting Down," in his usual taking style, Master Beer :here read a very amusing piece for which he:rec'eived great applause. One of Sankey's collections was here sung, after which Mr. Frank.Raward read a piece: entitled. ' Johhn?y Gray's Heaven," in a Very?go6d manner. '...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

':: CRIOOKWELL. : i (From aCorre~respo ident.) WE hear tha;' Mr. J; W'orrail, ::the' present lessee of the Crookwell Mill, intends leaving this -to(vngat the; expiiratiohi odf ills lprisent lease, i;fich" tcrminates in September next. He, in conjunction with Mr. Williaim George Cox, now -of Auburn-sireet,: Goulburn, his foirmer partner, intends building a flour-inmill on a spacious allotment obf. iand 'situate in Clinton-street, :Goulburn, .:next to ,Mr. Mc Govern's.:soap ? works. We :alsoj understand that Mr. \Worrall has just ieturned from Mel bouiire iwherel he hias succeeded'in obtaining a splendid mill plant of three pairs of stones, 'iih fil:'the :~lost o nsmodern appliainces i fr carrying out a sucicessful ;milling business. IThe plans of the proposed new mills are idw codmipleted, ,ind tenders :i?vill be called for the masonry and brickwbrk ii' the bourse of~-"f a 'fe days?j-The proprietors hope to have their new mills ready for. work about next harvest time. CROOKWELL AIL--...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS: THE Borougli Council at their meeting last evening defined the duties and fixed.the salary of the City Engineer; and, as might be expected, a considerable amount of dis cussion ensued 'in defining the duties'of this officer. Alderman Caldwell contended that they could get a competent engineer;for jo200 per annum, who would fill the office of Inspector of Nuisances as well. Alderman Horn was in favor of a competent engineer being appointed if the funds of the council would allow it; but he did not think any, practical and competent person would under: takE the duties of Inspector of'Nuisances in addition. Alderman Womhey thought that the time had not arrived :yet for su~ch an ifficei to be alplointed. "Alderman Mc Coin nell was of the same opinion; and thought that as no very important works were being carried out,' arid the council were econo mizing all tliey~could; that, they should .vait awhile. Aldermen Hawkins and Osborne thotglit differently, and wanted the offi...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT, Tuesday, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

SMnAL D?.Ts Counrt, Tuesday, June r4. - "Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. Cairt wiright. ' JAi, i: ;:A.;o'NEILL '. J. IILEWITT. :T1his was a resumed case from the previous Tuesday, adjdurned to enable -.plaintiff .to prove his case. - - Plaintiff wa's then sworn, and stated that defendan.n ordered the paper in the usual way, that he had been regularly billed for the clainm; and that he had -'offered paymeint. Plaintiffs 'wife' also said defendant's wife had prfflered to pay in potatoes or firewood, or inyliing ilthat he could consuime.: ;-:~'he Bench I'eire held that it w?is an estab lished rule in liw that newspaper proprietors should be:notified.of a subscriber's intentionl to give up, ani pay all duies tb the end of the current quhrter. Plaiitiff said he denied rereiving the paper or ordering it. Plaintiff to the Bench ,Deferidantiever hotifled that he wiished his paper stopped, and would not noiwv dispute his liability but for being advised: by a; person in court., - Defenda...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

Cluich of England Working en's Literary .. ~:': .• Association. ": ., . . THERE was a very good attendance, at the weekly meeting, in connection with the abiove, Monday evening. Mir. Amos was elected a member. The Rev. G.' M.. D'Arcy Irvine occupied ithe chair. Theibusines of the evening, consisted of a ministerial.debate " That Capital Punishment should::not be Abolished?" '! Mr.i H Horn, leader of the Miliistry, opened the.debate, contendinig:that the lawv as it: at present existed; if properly administered, was :the correct.ithing; and deprecated any attempt to:.upset the puflish ment:by-death of the ;perpetrators of such heinous crimes as murder, rape;,iand highway robberyunder arms.; .,In the latter cases, the full. penalty of : the law ,was seldom a carried out,.as in the case of the notorious.Ghirdiner, and.others.< He referred to :I-Hawthorn, .Wil kinson, and the murder .at Conlroy'si Gap; and contended that'if such cases -no phhish ment less than deatlih .was" ad...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

BIREVITIES EPin, cs CIare ab6;ut Smallpox in Sydney The lambpig season promises to be favour able. :· r. Gborie, at, one timea pupil teacher iii th .Goulburn public sch'ool, has been ap .ipomit'd'imaster of.:tlie public school at Saucy Creek, near oiombala. .The1YassDistrict Court was occupied on Iuesday hit vitli a slander case -Campliell v. '!Thomasiii, Ad finlScully, and resulted in a verdicddt 'for defeidants. .. .. /The committee of the Mechanics' Institute have d?cided. to let the ne' w shiop by tender. A telegrafii stats that a tutor in a private fanily Hear Grenfell cuit lhis throat in a mbst determinied mnannerI last Saturday night i :A banquiet.is tb.De giv~en to Mr. De Boos at Braidwtood onl'Thiiursday evening 23rd in stant. Willias Bryant juin., who escaped from the Cooma gaol, gave himself up on Tuesday last, to Constable F. Mc Caun, of Cooma. kReportsi. from the new diggings near Foxlowe, are of an encouragmng nature; so says theBridwovib 'Dislpatch. -i. A rumiour was....

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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

Goulburn Post-Of0ice Time-Table, MAILS ARlIVi' ATP GOULBU.IIN FROM BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, \Wednesucday, and Friday Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepted Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 2.5 a.m. daiy,. Sunlay excepted Busgendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia,.at 1.58 a.m. daily, Monday excepted Cauberra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 4.10 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and - " Saturday; and at 2.10 p.m. on Moudayn, * Wednesdy, andt Friday Collector, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at 12.30 am. on Sunday, Tauesday, and Friday; and 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thumsday, and Friday Crooklwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wediesday, and SFriday Csirrawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Curraweela,. at 4p.m. on IMonday and Friday Dalton, at 2 5 a.m. on Tuacsday and Friday F' ullerton, at 8 p mn on Momslay and Friday Cinuiiderra,. at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesaday, Tliursday, and Friday Gols...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

1North Goulburn Cash Store, NEXT STAR HOTEL. THOS. A. WALKER AVING opened the above, and obtained a General Assortment of Groceries of the Best 4'anas Those favoring him with their patr nage may ly upon receiving good value for thei outlay, as ois determined to sell FOR CASH LY. / Teas at is 6d, 2s, 2s 3d, and 2s 6d; and Sugars and other Groceries as LOW as any Bouse in Town. All kinds Colonial Produce bought. LAKE BATRURST I{OTEL, TARAGO. GEORGE MILLER, PRIOPRIETOR. F LRST CLASS ACCOMIODATIO for vate . families. Buggy provided to convey visitor to th La e. Boat in attandance. Saddlery and Han1 s Work Chrried on in all its branches as in Goulburn ,,',' ' formerly. S GEORGE MILLER. WILLIAM WARDLE, 'N returning thanks to the public for the liberal - support accorded him during the many years he hap been in business, wishes to notify that he STILL CARRIES ON the Horse-Shoeing andcl Blacksmithing Business IPT ALL ITS BRAINCHES; hea ys None but the Best rk , all wlo favour him with their...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

A GOUSELBURN BOROUGH GOUNOIL a A SPECIAL meeting of the above took place last evening. Present: The Mayor, and Aldermen .Osborne, Caldwaell, Taylor, Mc Connell, Vomibey, and Hawkins.h Alderman Horn also took his seat, wvh ch was shown him by the Town Clerk. The Mayor opened.,the1proceedings by stating that, the meeting was called for. the purpose of defining the'duties, and fixing the salary of the city (engineerj; and he .then called upon the Town Clerk to read the correspondence, which was: From. A. A. Kerr, asking permission Ito have the name Auburn-street and Maiket street, neatly written on slips of:glass, and attached to the lamps it the intersection of the streets named. Thibs M~ri'Kerr would have done at hiis ow? 'cost :': After a' rather lengthy discussion:, it wasi uinaniimously resolved-tlihat permissioni be granted, providing the:lightfrom the :lamp is not interfered with. : ..,: : ..,, From the Mayor of Sydney, requesting the co-operation of the Council fo.britng under?...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. " VEDNEsDAY, JUNE1I . BEFORE M\iessrs. Voss, ,Meyer, King' , and Marsden. . . John O'Neili, was charged Wiih.a breach of the slaughtering .Act. Mr. Gannon appeared for defendant.. This case was adjourned for the production of awitness, on Wednesday last. Frederick Bradley deposed: I remember defendant purchasing a cow from Mr. Ranken.; and I was instructed to kill a white cow, and on goingto the yard I found that this cow and another had got out of the yard; so I killed a yellow cow that was there, belonging to defendant, who was not present; so I killed the beast and dressed it myself; I saw defendant that evening, but did not tell him I had killed the yellow cow till next morning; the constable did not come till the second day after• To Constable Agassiz There wele three head in .the yard when I went to kill the beast, but two had got out; I got the white cow in afterwards; ,I .don't usually kill the beasts alone, but did on this occasion, as defendant was a...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

: ' SYDNEY MARKETS,'i In- the' produce mnarket thle:businessof the week has :been quiet,land .excepting 'iii 'the supply of raize and dairy produce fairlys:up plied.' "Speculators: 'are' 'commeniieicing: to operate more freely in' wool anid shees?ihns, and prices have somewhat advanced d.' : Wool.-There is usually a large'atte.ndafice of; buyers at the sales lwhenever hield,; iind any: lots offering-:are' qiickly 'boiight?"ip. Scouredl-wool tis. worth . i4d to i9d hiand washed, l2d to'7d ;'fleece, greasy, 8d to6'd. :Sheepskins.-"These arein ilactive de'fmafid, and late rates are firmly 'iintaihiiid." 'We quote froin 4d tob 5Yd. ''''' ' R 'Hides;I-These are in~!better 'rejquest,,,and a fair business has been done in tliis'lihe. Prices-are: aboutthe same as last .week.' We quote awell-cured, hides at 4di;to; 4 d, br/an all-round :price of, 33%d:,per,,lb., takitigi the good with the bad.' ,t: i ;:;.' ;; ; ; :Horns and Bones.-ýThe, market for, these continues active.. 'We quote- bones :...

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Goulburn Slaughtering and Meat-Freezing Company. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

Goulburn Slaughtering: and Meat-Freezing Company. A MEETING of the Provisional Directors was held yesterday afternoon in the Mechanics' Institute, under thle presidency of.. Mr. T. Marsden, J.P., when there was a good repre sentative attendance.. The interim secretary, Mr. Belcher, reported 440, slhares applied for, and another Iooo promised, conditionally that the whole 0o,ooo be taken uip; of which there was no doubt. It was decided, after some discussion, to send:a deputation 'con sisting of Mr. Myers, M.P., and Mr. Belcher to visit Crookwell, Taralga, Moss Vale, &c., in the district; also Wagga Wagga, Cootamundra, Young, Yass, and other' places. Other deputations to visit Braidwood, Quean beyan, Bungendore, Cooma &c. &c. ; aiid' the various *districts to be cainvassed as speedily as possible, : begirnning early, next week. Mr. 'Myers, who is in Sydney, has been requested to prdcure further iniformation as to' the ammonia process of refrigerating, in addi ...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

" ' oulburn Prires' Curienti flour, lfie, £1. pcr ton; scconds,"o £12 ' WYheat,t 4. Gd. per bushel Bread, .d, per 21/.: loaf ' ' Oats, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d: por bushel Alaize, 2s. 10d. to 3s :per bushel :.' . Barley, 2s. Gd.,to 2s 8d per bushel : . : Iay,- £2.15s. to £3,10s per ton ; Straw, 30s. t'835. per ton Potatoes, £2 lOs. to £3 per ton Bacon, 4d; per lb.. Idiams, 8d.. per lb. Butter, frosh; Is. to Is. 3d.,per:lb. ;:salt, 5d. 8d. Lard, 3d. per lb,. Eggs, Is. 7d. to 1s. 9d. per dozen .: . , Uheese, 41d. to 5d. poi lb. , Brari, is. 2d per bushel Pollaid, Is. 2d..per bushel : Onioans, 83. per cw. . 'Fat l1lethers, prilue, 7s to 8s .:; . i Store ?Wrethers, 5s; , .: :. ; .: ;: ;'' StoreEwes, 4s. Od. to 5s. Od .: .. ; ., ? Store Oittle, '22, . .. . ". Pis, '3S. ts 34l.per lb, Beef (retail), 2d.-to 3d. per lb: '.. ' Aluttoi (ectail), 2A?d. to 3d; per .lb ' Hides, 7s. to: lls. each, :'; ;.'.: : .:' i Sheepskins, 44d. to 5 d; per lb.: :- ,'i: :,; -:i /'allow, 21s.. to 22s9 per. cwt., : IVa...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

BREVITIES : CItIZ'ENS keep your yards clean. ..An additionalhealth officer has been ap pointed in Sydney.. There was no fresh cases of small pox re ported ip to late last evening. ; The crops in America are iia? ery back ward state. : . A man has been found with ihis throat.cut at Chapman's woikkshop, at Adelaide. .His npme is Henry Tyley. :,. The Chinese in Melbourne are nicknamed Small Pox by the street arabs there.: The news from Mount Browhe.diggings continue to be of an encouraging nature. SNo less' than 8 deputations -waited on the ministers at Grafton yesterday.' We don't blame the residents, but wish them:success.. Rout, a victim of small-pox has died in Sydney.": The greatest precaution is being taken by the authorities in Sydney-agaiist'the spreading of the small-pox disease. ': '' : Mr. Carter, solicitor, applied on behalf of W.. A:: Evans for a pawnbroker's license, yes terday, and the application., was adjourned till Monday nextwhen: it willddoubtless be granted.: '.': ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

S .COIMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. OwI0,. to the prevailing cold weather, busi iess s ratlier dull now; but we have heard of several fair-sized orders having been exe cuted. Notwithstanding the 'general dulness prevailing, if compared' with other districts Goulburn is in a-healthy trade condition. iWool.--We liave not 'heard 'ofmany trans actions under this head. k a Shieelskins.kis:1-Tese are in active demiiand, and anylots broughtl orward meet with ready saleat: firm rates "Hides.;-iThese a'e in lietter demiiand, both for local reqiiirements and for :export, and if: ii; g-ood:condition' realise as, high as;is, 6d. . 'allow.-~-This commodity is .enquired for just riow,' and,:prices are firm at. from Ss 6d to 2rs pert ct, 'vWatleBark .The;demand, oli this is iot' so great a? last weelk, al.d ith liethe. eiception of. an, odd load we have inot heard of any having ,lhange dl iands:. .We iquote from £2 ros to ' iZar6s per ton: Breadstuffs :.The:market is about equal to last.,week;,;and," a: g...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

CROOKWELL.. ..(From our Correspondent.) WEATHER.-We are now experiencing all the black horrors of a Crookwell winter. We have all sorts of changes which go to make up real wintery. weather-rain, snow, hail, frost, .cold winds, and storms, with now and then thunder and lightning; ;and seven rain bows.during the night time. ' Our streets are something like the bottom of a river or canal .with the water just drawn off.' It is indeed a. very rare thing to see a lady out in our streets now; and if you do happen to see such an one working her way through the mud, you are.forcibly reminded of the -days of old, when the brickmakers used to tread their clay up to their knees before they could use it. Our township is in an awful mess, and no mistake. FIRES.-It is rather a strange thing to have.to record fires at this time of: the year -and especially up here, in a country::so thoroughly saturated with wet ; but such is the case. We are' sorry to say that-ia fire took. place on the premises- o...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

. . . Trev/iian ian! Three years passed on, and the orphan F aniny still continued an inmate of the agent's hliouse. '-Scaicely a day elapsed that the old man, who noticed with singular dissatisfaction S:the'stfrong affection which existed between ,his grand-daughter and the child, did not --threutei. to send the ' brat ' away. "; Martha got so used to the menace at last, Sthat it ceased to. alarm her. She was no Silnger the desolate, submissive being of her earlydaysi she had something to love and live for-love: had given' her strength; and she mentally vowed, as she gazed upon the child so strangely confided to her .care, that .not evein her 'gridfather's resolve should separite thein. - . : . : She had yet to learn the length to which : he w-is capable of-being urged by:his'evil 'nature. Although his strength had abandoned l him and he was so weak that' an infant Smight-have mastered him, the brain of Peter SQuiii was healthy and active as ever. W :i:Witever his original intentio...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

QUEANBEYAN.. (Abridgedfrom the Age). 'DEATH] of Miss Kenny.-This estimable young lady, whose alarming illness was reported in our last issue, died on Wednesday morning, and was buried on the following day. in rthe Roman Catholic Cemetery, Father Birch officiating. About 140 school children followed the chief mourners. Messrs. Vai Heythuysen, Gale, J. Lee. and George Rolfe acted as pall-bearers, and a large concourse of parents joined the sad cortege. Mr. P. Langan conducted the funeral in a very res pectable and creditable way. Miss Keinny was for four or five years first assistant teacher in the Queanbeyan Public School. ;..This morning a spirited horse attached 'to 'Mr. F. Lewis's well-known springcart, whilst: standing in Mr. Wright's yard was startled by another horse, and dashing out of the gates brought the vehicle into contact with the gate-post. It was completely wrecked by the force of the collision, the canvas tilt and frame being literally crushed into the body of:the car...

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SMALL-POX IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

'S?ALL-POX IN1 SYDNEY. DURING the' week four cases of undoubted small-pox have:been:reported to the authori ties. We (S.'M. Herald) published a report of the circumstances connected with the. ill ness of a carpenter named' Edward Rout, residing .at: Surry:, Hills. i: :The house con taiied Ifourteen souls:.. ,,On;iThursday morning all but the patienit, Mrs. Rout; and a man: named. :Mc Keown;;were: transfeirred to: the quarantine station at North Head.;;, Rout was too ill.to, permit of :his being .removed.. Mrs. Rout, although indispposed, was anxious to remain, to,wait;upon :ler, ihusband,, and Mc.K'eown:volunteered: to' stay in the: house to look. after Mrs: Rout, should it become necessary for him to! do so;_., She, it -maybe Istated,-has been unwell for, some days ,past; it is'possible that she is suffering from,!ncipi ent small-pox, but the' doctors think it prob able that she isisimply suffering fromia general debility. The, unfortunate .man, Rout died at three. o'clock on : Thu...

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