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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Jpucilistmcnts. VilWTfiD iV a STI5ADY MAitUIttD MAN, a Mtua t lion on a Station to drive mi engine. Address J. B.« office oi this paper. A YOUNG MAN of Steady Hnbits, and having g'lod rcfcrencca, suck* anitiisth'jii on a Slalinu. Address A. A., officc of litis paper. WAITED. AUKSi'KCTABLK MAN ns Working OYKKSEER, on a Station. Apply with references to44W," office of tliia paper, G7V FOR the Bunh a clean steady GIRL as COOK, and to help with the Washing. Apnlv to MH8. MAEGI5TTS, 702 Warwick. Uank Holiday. THE BANKS in this town will be closed on MONDAY,-ibc 25th iustant, in coin tncmorution of ilia Queen'* Birthday. G98 ON SAI,I2 BY tlio tuiflpwignod, 18 and 35 COTTON SAW GINS A. B. riltTCHARD & CO.. 630 Biishane. ROBERT STARK, COOPER, &C., . PALMICRIN-STUEKT, WARWICK, (Near the A. J. 8. Bank.) AH descriptions of coopcring executed on the sho test notice. ?94 THE LarrjVEfilNO. EVESDEVS ASSEMBLY IIOOMS. TO-NIGIIT (SA TURD A YJ, THOMAS IIOWABD CLARXvSON'S FAREWELL ENTER...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLIS MAIL, VIA SUEZ. (From the Brisbour papers.] [The following was issued as a [?] and destributed to our town sub[?] Adelaide, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

A RlilVAL or TJ1E VIA SUEZ. The following w.-ik iv.< ;i Mip;-!. ttiid dMuhut'to <)'it* town MiUtcul^'n*. JSEWS TO APiiJL 14'jji, Adelaide, May 13 nhe A.S.N. Company's steamer Ran^ritira arrived r.l Oli'neig this j Hiorninjf. | On arrivinc; .it (jalle, the Gooling j sent a boat ashore \vi(h a telugn-.phic despatch aiiuouueiii;' the attempted assassination of the Duke of Edin burgh. She then lay ofl' the land lor two hoars, not allowing any farther communication with shore, so that the news might not reach home first through any other channel. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, March 27. The Queen is at Windsor in good health, and has resumed the holding ol drawing rooms. The presentation at levees to the Prince of Wales, are, by the Queen's pleasure, considered equivalent to presentation to Her Majesty. Her Majesty is going into public I much more frequently than she has! done of late years. She intends visit- j iogjGerman}* in the autumn. j The Duke of Cambridge has pre ...

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FRIDAY, MAY 22. [Before the Police Magistrate.] [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

FRIDAY, MAY 22. f Before the Police Magistrate.] William Devine, charged With disorderly | conduct So Albion-street on the previous night, I WaI dUttihftigad with * caution. Ingram v, Rltcble,-TbU caco. which-bad been adjourned from the (5th instant, catnc up for Steati&g lo4ay. Plaintiff cUunci £6 17* 6d tofldeF *1)0 Master n*td Sii» vant '« Act for Wftget toe him M & cumpoafrur *>u (ho IP<ir» wfcfc Arput. Defendant liad admitted (lie AlfcUn on <he previous Friday, He nnw« by Ifr/Ojtenhatn, hU Attorney, a^CL-pti-d tlie Judgment of tiie Court. Hi* Worship ordered ! 1 tlrtj*townt«laloiod and £8 2s costs to be paid - within three days.

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SYDNEY. May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

SIDNEY. May 16. I The alenroer Saxonla lias armed from Maryborough witli 6,000 or«. of gold. Tboro was a Volunteer. Bevicw in tlic Domain to-day. Throe men and a women charged at Muifee wilbfcelng concerned in the robbery of the Ooack, liave been remanded to Bnthurst. May IS. The Hon. E. Cox* M.L.C., is dead. Mr. James, the solicitor, charged witli per jury, lias beeniacquitted. M'Pheraan'* demurrer baa been ovenule.l and be pleaded guilty of au assault, but'not of contempt of Parliament. The Queen's birth-day Icvoe will be lield on Monday iiekt. 'J'lic wiJ advices ore considered to be chccr ItJR. i Judge FaueeU lia« condemned, and Judge Ohaeke sustained, Um demurrer raised by Mr ! Macplierson, who is consequently ordered for trial on a future <Iav. May 19. Mr. White bis resigned his scat in the As sembly. M'l'lieraou's case line been further pott poncJ. Tiro buebrangera linto stolen four race liones from near Balr&nald, Tlicy have gone up the Darling. Captain Dal...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. [Before Hie Donor Judge SHEPPARD] JENNINGS v. RAWLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. [Before Hie Donor Judge SnEH'ABD ] j JiiSTNIXGS v. RAWLINS. | Iii this case His Honor recalled llio de fendant, who elated tlint the liraccs wer^j nut let into ilia sleepers arid wall-plates; tlicrc wax no mention of braces in tbc specifics lion; tlic Imuso was erected in accordance with the plan (produced); it is cot usual to have braces. lie culled David Crombic who staled that lie bnd tmd coin-iderablc experience in erecting wooden buildings; lie braced temporarily until tbo board* were ou and then put in llio brace*; if 14 br.ices were propel ly put in tlicy were bufScicnl; be did not consider that there li.ni been any negligence with tlio building; lie would nut suppose'n gust of wind wmiiil blow it dotvn if braced accord ing to tin! plan; in chamfering tlio first board ia lui<) four inches on the sleeper which secures tlie building. His Honor said there were some points in tbo case which lie wished to consider, and lie would send up bin decision f...

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England the Strongest Nation in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Eingtuiid the Strongest Nation in the World. Which is the fctronge&t throne on the globe to day?" inquhed the Rev. (lonry Beecher | lately in New Votk. " Why the English, un questionably; partly because a noble virtuous and illustrious woman site upon it. She dig nifies womaubood and motherhood, and she is fit to Kit in empire. That i9 one reason why the 12hgli«h throne is (he strongest. Uut that is not only the reason. It i* the Btiongest i also because it is bo inany-Icgped. It tstamU I 011 .'Jo.OOOXXW of people It r^piest-iiU tho in tcrcst of the masses of it* subjects. Auolher i-easuii why Holland is the strougiBt nation »r hucaiisc il is the most ChrUtian nation, he* cause it h>s the most moral power, ft his more than we have. Wis like to talk of out selves on the 4th of July; we love to fun our selves with eulogies; but we are not to ho compared to day with Old England. 1 know her surly faults; I know her stubborn con ceil; 1 know bow many things arc tnischeiv* ou6 ...

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MELBOURNE. May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

MELBOURNE. liny K>. At the AlLiou baw Mills, two acrus of tim ber have been destroyed firu The loss i* QstiinaUd at 1.0«00(K Four fthf>p* nni! fl mw \ of cotfagca have ateo beun burned. Tlio Firo ! Biigadet* prevented the firo from going lurilior. May ia Sir J. Hanneia Sutton ig at QuccnBcliiT, in- I disposed. ' The trial of Sliireb lias Icon postponed until j next Session. i Blr. Gilliea liae made a splendid f-poeth at Rallarat. !(«» explained tltn laud policy or J the now fSori-rniwut to be moat liberal; ;iiid ' ftatwd thifir willingness to i.Slo'.v the Darling; G'ant to pas-i in a b'jpcrMti- ililL. May 19 Mctiitf. L*tu<on - ij't Fellahs Jj^ve ban fli*cto4 without opposition. Agt le about to to isMiri et ouc penny.

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TUESDAY, MAY 19. [Before His Honor Judge Shep;hard.] CIVIC CASES. KLUGE v. HALLORAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

TUESDAY, MAY 19. [Before Ilia Honor Jndgo Slicpliani.j CIVIL CASKS. KLOU1J v. HALLOllAN. No Fummoiiti had been saved m line ease and It waa Btiuck out, I IDG A HIT v. VIGNOLLES. This actiau woe brought to rccover £15 2* GJ money due. Mr. Oxenham appeared for ilio plaintiff, and Mr. Fuller for the dc fendanf. J. C. 8. Hegoity sworn: I am ft store keeper residing at Alicia; &o!<l goods to ir.cn employed by the defendant to tho amount stated, and got from each n written order on tins defendant for payment; scot the orders to tlic defendant h s.orekecper; defendant paid he would deduct the amount from the wages of the men ; was t«o informed by letter from him (produced); Raw Rome of tlic men at Gympie Creek; they informed me that the defendant |ia<J asked them if they ac knowledged the debl,nud hud stopped the amount from their wages; have not received the money; explained to defendant tliat I had applied to Mr. Siuclair, the 1'olico Ma gistrate of Warwick,...

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The Death of Mr. Drummond from Snake Bite. (From the Melbourne Age, May 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Tiic Wrath ' «f Mr. Druuimoiirt from ftiiukc Mite- | (Frow iht Melbourne Age, May 4.) An experiment made on Friday evening j with a view of testing the efficacy of tihiro's i antidote for fcnake bites, has terminated most unfortunately in 1L0 dentil of the gentleman who allmvd himself to be operated upon. During the la>t week Joseph tihires, whose antidote f«r make poimning recently gave rise to a groat amount: of diecu-^iou, was nightly exhibiting, at iho CAUferhury Music Hall, a number of snakes with whicli ho made various experiments, with a view of demon- : sMatiog viilues of his cure. On Friday even ing, after several fowls had been bitten by tho i tiuakes a> <] died, he allowed . !jo shakes to j 1iito himself, Applying (its own decoction to (lie wound btf the autidvte to the virus of tho I snakes. Among those who- witnessed tbe | affai* was Mr. W, H. Drummond, lutu Police | Magistrate at Daylesford. Having entered into a conversation with Shiros regarding tiie...

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Local Intelligence. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

£or:il jjnltlligtiuf. Jtl.TEOJiOLUUICAt, OBSERVATION'S.. | The followiii'j an: the reiulinus d' the barometer aiui thermometer lor (lie I pa&t ueel;, t:iken at the Telegraph Office in this town, at 0 o'clock A.M., daily : lUiwMLTtll. X'llOiMuMl.TI ti M\X. MIS'. ?Saturday .. 2S;nO C!I1) .. .',4 0 Monday .. 23f.M .... 72 0 .. GOO TucsiJay .. 2*r,-7 710 .. j Wednesday .. 26 4W» .... 730 .. .'>5 01 Tlnu-iday .. SS-KMI 70.0 .. 'ISO Fliday .. 2S-C05 S'J-U .. ISS'O i Itaiuf.i1l sinco Inst issno 0 51(1 inches. In order to give a lengthy report of the proceedings at the District Court, we have held over a leading article. Thursday last being Ascension Day, Divine Sertice was held in the various churches and chapels of this town The execution of Griffin tor the Mackenzie murder, is to take place on the 1st of June.. By our advertising columns it will be seen that the Eastern Downs Horticultural and Agricultural Associa- j (ion intends to have a ploughing match j in connection with ...

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Colonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Colonial Items. TllC llHIiHANi: OoVF.RED MAEKET.-TilC advantage* <»! having a good market appear to be beginning to be appreciated, both by our fhopkeepera and our producers; and it is pro bable that tho consumers generally of this city %vil! soon le.iru to recognise the c< nve-j nience to themselves nf such an institution. At first of course, there a re a great many difli 1 cullies to cmitcnri against, And prejudices to overcome : but nil that is wanted is time anil good management to make the people here as 1 unable to do without a market a* the residents In nil tho principal townB in the other colonies. It is urged tint the market byc-latv is too stringent, but this objection will scaicely hold (rood when it is known that it is a true copy, in all important respects, of the Sydney mid Melbourne bye-laws, Wo understand thot oleven stalls Iiatc already been leased, the total number available at first having been thirty, These Stalin have been leased to fruiter...

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CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

CALENDAR FOli MAY. Wwm'i. ''luinac* V.o -il 7*U" i'iin.m. i'ilft UiJurtr 35t.'j.,.337 a.»i\ Ki-» e^Jxoii j'. r. 1st «}a"ftiT 5'mIi .. 0 5;i ii.iii 1 F. jlMnrto AHli;u* I>opi. ISS'1. li S, '3} l'ii CiiiiiiiM.' in Qmcit'Iatid, J 850, 3 N.m :J, i> Kunjuy ATTHtt Kastlh. 4 W. Morctun Itov proclaimed, 1H42. 6 I'u t MubraU of Civil War in U. S,, IfiGI. <J.W, 'Hold dinCovclvd in Au&tmlia, 16 )1. 7,Tll. .District Council «?luelo;l, Sydney, 1844. S'K, jl)j»Icl O'Counell died. 1S47. ^gliilii'i- died, ajiud lSu.7, firSflAi' AFTtK Ka*TL1{ [IS'lti ll Jt. -(10) Lu.d a..W ill Mflb.iH £210 per ft. 12,'1'u. 'Last Tin import to Motclon B «v, ItTjO. JD.W. (12) Sir t-i.us. I#;ury diu,!, l£G'i. 14 Vu. jMiut uRtiiblirfliid :it Sydney, Ic55. j VelhoiuuG t'nundi'd. 1S'17. ir»l<. Couk discovered Moivtou liay, 1770, 17!.S'un.,Roo*Tios SUNDAY. lflU. (17i 1st Circuit Or.rt, Qrlblmt.o, 1650. 19| !'u i|5nu-a Murm Mi«iO« discovered, 1344. 20!\V, jColiunlius diud, 1506. 'ascensio...

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Warwick Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Warwick Municipal Comidl. ®he fortnightly meeting of the coun cil was held on Thursday last. Pre sent-Uie Worship the Mayor, Aide. Craig, Balls, Affleck, Morgan, Thom ton.vrombie, and Boss.' P>6 Jnimitee of the previous meet injrwerei'ead Bnd confirmed. jGhe following reports were read: IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE. Heport No, 112-Tour committee bavtng examined the repairs in Albion " itreeCrecommend (hat a few loads more. . afgravel be laid upon the footpath at the comer of Victoria-street; and after this has been done, the committee will Iw MMisSad with die work. Beport No. 113.-Yoir committee having examined Wm. Duggan's ten der In Dragon-street recommend that One Mump And two or three saplings be removed; and on the Tonru Clerk reporting that this has been done, your oommittee mil be satisfied with the mtk< : Report No. 114. -Your committee having examined the gravelling of <Gt$fto)i-street(rom Palmerin to Albion Street, recOtnmcnd that several more loads of gr...

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Miscelloanrous. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Histcllaurous. Tho cckbrated dragon tree of Orotava, in Tcncriflfo, the ago o' which Humboldt esti mates at 6,000 years, baa been blown down. Leavenworth, Kans&B, says (he Commercial ha* a population of 33.000, supports six daily newspapers, some thirty churches, fifteen to twenty schools, two theatres, and from fire to teu gambling houses.. Seven years ago the ait© of this town was a v/ilderncss, and the whito raoe were almost unkuowu in that locality, The special cotreBpondeut of tho Morning Pott states (hat, itttAfayssfnla, a certain gal. laot captain, craving for gome, mot with an elephnut wbiob had strayed from tbe transport lines, and taking it to bo a wild one, shot it. Ho was summoned in the evculng to an inter view by the head of the commissariat depart* meut, and informed that his prey was Govern* meat pioperty-In fact, one of the nineteen tame elephauts which had only arrived from Bombay a fortnight previously. Matrimony IN England-Close observers oi the developme...

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Warwick District Court. MONDAY, MAY 18. [Before His Honor Judge SHEPFARD.] CRMINAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Warnltb Ghlrici Court, MONDAY, MAY 18. RUIFOIU MIS LL<>I.UR JIIII»I- TSUR.M AI'.D.J CNI.MIXAII CASKS. The Court opened thi* u;»rmn£ al leu o'clock, for lho Iii;il «i|'fi imiuijl cases. The cof William Abhnt Hirst, as Oritwn lVopeculor, w:is rend by the registrar. Tin* jniy was ih.Mi iinpiiiolled: - DriViil (fiuCDiiiii), Uobert Cud::. Ucnvy Ckatv, Tlii'uius ChM;V, Patrick LKtl* inn, .James Cornish, Martin Crane, Urury Allen, George IJur.iifi, Roheil Cook, John and Charles Thomas Shimmin'js was indicted for illegally rumovio** certain c«»ru over which 12. L Thornton held a pruferablu lien. The ''rnvii Vrosccutor was itislruclcii hy Mr. 1 Fuller; Mr. Oxeuhnm appeared fur the de fence. 1'rUouer pleaded not guilty. The (Jr.iivn Prosecutor in opening the ca*>e o x |) I a i t > c < 1 thai the information was laid under the 4.21 j (1 seclion of I lie Mercantile Aci of 1607. There wire three counts in I he indictment, lft, For t-ollinp a portion of fiio crop (u...

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Malls to and from Europe. NEW TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

Malls to and from Europe. NEW TIME TABLE. Tlio following Antes arc from thn P. and O. Company'* tatitt timu tabic, nnd fhow tlic nr ? anm nctils for tlio an iTal and departure of in ails to and froin ICuropu, via Sucu. which -wilt be in foice for some months to couic at least; MAILS TO Honoris. .?! Feb. 4 March 3 March 30 April 25 May 23 Juua 20 July 18 Ang. it Sept. 92 Oct. 12 Sjfov, 7; Nov. 0, 'e s < « Murch 21 April 18 M«y 30 Juno 13 July 11 Aug. 6 Sept. 6 Oc<. 8 Oct. 31 Nor. 28' Dee. 28 If AIM FROM EUROPE. js°2 1°. .cW si <s May 7 June 4 July S July SO AU3. 27 Sept. 24 Oct. ae Nov. 19: Dec* 17 1869 Jan. 11 Fell. 11 May 14 JUIIO 11 July 0 August e Sept. 3 Oct. 1 Oct. 29 Nov. 2G Dec. 21 1869 Jan. 21 Pel), rs. NOTE-Tlio difference between the time of ? mad despatch via Southampton uud Marseilles trill be aixdnya.

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BOWEN. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

BOWEN. M*y 18. 1 A lioat. witli three men, left Bowcn fur Cleveland Bay on tlio 2nd instant ond have not since been heacd or. The Kennedy Turf Club meeting lias lioen figed far tlie 1st nod 2nd days of July. The Town Plate will bo seventy eovcrcings, ' We liai a sploudid rata all Tiiur«tlay and Friday iast, nnd tlio weather is.elill dull. Tlio rain it »u|iposoA to have extended inland *« far «« the Cape Bivei' diggings, it ma» suicli wonted.

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Examiner and Times. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1868. LATENT TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {From the Brisbane papers.) MARYBOROUGH. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

(Stammer aiiir ffimcs. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1868. ; LATENT TELEGRAPHIC NEWS, {From the Btitbam paptrt.) MARYBOROUGH. May 18. The reports from i£ilkivan era very contra dictory. I Gold has been found on some of tha other Oroeks iu tint nciglibwbood.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

ARRIVAL OF OUR MONSTER STOCK US WIHfSl SPECIAL NOTICE. JACOB HORWITZ & GO. HAVE much pleasure in announcing that they have received their First Shipments of Winter Sioch Comprised as per Manifest ill !P^©K/a(g[ii Being the Largest, Cheapest, most varied, and BEST ASSORTED STOCK Ever introduced into this neighbourhood, and selected by our Mr. JACOB HOIWITE from the be6t Sydney and Melbourne Houses. Winceys, Plain and Striped French Merinos, all Colors Coburgs and Alpacas.. French Twills Delaines and Mohairs Woollen Plaids Poplins and Lustres Poplinettes CONSISTS OF Prints and Calicoes Flannels, White and Colored Sheetings and Counterpanes Damask Table Cloths Brown Hollands Irish Linens Shawls end Handkerchiefs. Ribbons and Velvets THE READY MADE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT CONSISTS or Men's Black Cloth Coats, Trousers, and Vests West of England Tweed and Doeskin Coals Sacques, Trousers, and Suits Pilot, Cloth, aud Beaver Overcoats Crimean and Scotch Twill Shirts Moleskin Trousers Wat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Examiner and Times — 23 May 1868

fenratcr anil Cimrs 18 PUBLISHED IN WARWICK Every SATURDAY in time Tor (lie Uuliolug Halls. The amount of Subscription is FIVE SHILLINGS per quarter, in all usees in Mlranxse, Single copies, SIXPENCE. SCALE OF CHARGES FOB ADVER TISING 8. A. Two lines 1 o Four do 2 0 Six do. 2 C Eight dj 3 0 lively Additional six lines or under Is. DlSt'Ol'VT On 13 oonsecutire insertions 20 per cent. 86 33 All Advertisements must spechj' on their face the number <«f times-they are (n be in .erted; it sent iu without tins «|>o<;>ficntion. such adtertisemetiM wilt be inserted until countermanded, and charged for accordingly. All Advertisements must be sent in not later than 6 p.m. on Fridays. tor withdrawal or alteration must be Written. Non-subscribers' advertisements must be ^aid for previous to insertion. Marriages, Births, and Deaths, Ss. per insertion. AOKNT IN SYDNEY Messrs Gordunand Oatch, George-street AGENTS IS BRISBANEf Mr. Q. D. Hi*Btsos. fittUonev & News ...

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