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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Council Advertisomonts. HIRE, OF NUNAW ADING. Lin REWARD. TILE above Reward will be paid to any on0 giving such information as will lead to the conviction of any persois or persooq will ful aaigLms:1oc 1rdo'r. .other piropierty of tihe Shiiro." pligso It is expected that Ratepayers will do their bist to prevent or discourage the destruction. of their property. By order of the Coinieil, W. IIAUGHTON, . Shiro Secretary. - Box hill, 5th \ov., 18100. - S 1IllRE OF NUNAW1ADING. HEALTH AOT, 1610. NOTICE is. hereby:given that at: i jmeet.. ing of the Nunawading Shiro Council, held on the 18th day of NOVEMBIERI, 1890, of which Special Notice Thad ieen given, the Council adopted the undermeutioned 1Bye law, vie.; -BYE-LAW, NO. 5/00. For Providing for Employmeit of Licensed. Nightmen in certain places, andi other miatters. Copies of the live-law referred to, lie at the Shiro Office, Box Hill, for inspection during onice hours. It is further notified that at a meeting of the council, to be hol...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

BURTON AND KNOX E TAUIISIED 1882. CARRIAGE BUILDERS, Burwood Road, Hawthorn. Highost Awards Molbourno Centennial and Adelaide Exhibitions. 3 First Awards tnud 1 Second at the lato National Agricultural Society's Show. Carriages, ]uhgios, 1iuotons; 0 igs, &R,, in stock and buiU t& o,'.rd REI'AIRS AND 1;ENOVATING. GUARANTEB ALi WOl K. ])ESIG NS 8TSIEM1ITT'Pi`El. SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER White Horse Road, Box Hill (Ol POSITIU TRiAM1 TIEI I'I l S), And at Camberwell. GIG, CAIRR1AGE and BUGGY 11AHNIESS MAPI)E TO ORDRIJ C1O rAR S CARIEPULY.Ly 11TTED * wuIPS, BnUSiwS, RUGS, &e. 77., Scecond-1hUnd 1arness ]Sought, or Exchanged for Now. Crluia S)prislg & u1amnuor onow. MISSES COLLINGI S STATION" STIER ~ T, Box IbIh., Present thoir complimuents to t1 Inhalbinitnts of llox Hill and other districts, and winli to bring under notice that thIo Season's Goodsl art now Opened for Inspection, liaving inado their Showroom complete for Neow (Goods. Tho Display of M...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

SoIIn time ago It moveoient was set on foot for the establishnlent of a Mechanics' Instituto and Free Library for lox Ilill. When the Imovlelent was first started an very reasonable offer wns made by iMr. W' . EVmar i, wtarTII, whlo lgreed to give all allot Inont of land upon whielh to erect tile building. This gentleman's oirer was readily accepted at first, and it sooened as though there was every likelihood of the undertaking being brought out to a successful issue. After a little while, however, Mr. 1il..INowolurnli' oiler was abandoned in favor of a moro pretentious schemoo, which was to erect a largo building, bowling green, etc., in one of the ovals in White loerse-road, in the centre of Box Hill; but during tile last six weeks not a word has been heard of the latter project. 'Tlis has been probably owing to the strike, which lhns had a depressing effect upon all and overy kind of business. Tlhere can hardly be a doubt, in the mind of any reasonable and sensiblo man, that tlh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Local News. We have been requested to deny the re- ports which have been circulated that it is the intention of Mrs. James to permanently close Camden College at Christmas. The usual vacation will take place, and the school will reopen on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1891. The college, at the present time, is in a :flourishing condition and promises to continue so. Councillor Dillon, the President of the   Boroondara Council, was very severe on the auditors at the meeting of that council last Monday evening. The President stated that the auditors had occupied more tine than was necessary in going through the accounts, and as they were paid by the day, the corporation was saddled with additional expense. The amount paid to the auditors last year was £14 9s 6d., whereas this year   the auditors sent in a claim for £88 16s. The President considered this an excessive   charge, and moved that a letter be written to the Public Works Department, complain- ing of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Daring Safe Robbery at Bayswater. £60 STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

Daring Safe Robbery at Bays- water. £60 STOLEN. Another daring safe robbery was committed at the Bayswater Railway Station some time on Wednesday night. A few weeks ago this safe was taken out of the station building and carried in the bush for about half-a. mile. The burglars then tried to open the safe by means of explosives, but did not succeed, and had to give up the work in despair. Last Wednesday night, however, the burglars simply took the safe outside the office, and then, by means of explosive material, succeeded in forcing the safe open. They made a great haul, and decamped with the contents of the safe, which amounted to about £60.   The blacktrackers have been sent for, with the view of tracking the culprits, who appear to be old hands at this game.

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DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOV. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 28 November 1890

DONCASTER COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOV. 24.   Present : Crs. Sell (in the chair), Zerbe, Tully, Winter, Smedley, and Lawford. MINUTES.   The minutes of the previous meet- ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.   From Dr. Vaughan, acknowledging receipt of letter stating he had been elected health officer to the shire. Received. From the same, reporting on a case of scarlatina which had occurred to a boy named Albert Stanway at present living with Mr. Thiele, Main-road, Doncaster. Received. SECRETARY'S REPORT. In accordance with instructions, I made application to Mr. O'Brien about Webb's survey of the Main-road. He informed me that the plan was in the office of Mr. Tarrant, and was to forward an order to see it, but did not receive it till too late. RESERVES. I find there are four reserves in the shire; one held by the Education Department at Deep Creek,; one in Reynolds' road; one near the Empress of India; and one near Church-street, on Koonong ...

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UNION JACK V. MONT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

The above match was played oin Saturday last on Ithl ground of tih former and re. sulted in a wii for the locals. Thu pitch was very sloppy, thl batsmen ind bowlers hardly beihg tble to stand, moendering it almost impossible to plaU at all. The Jacks batted first, and imdo :35 rulns before they were aill disposed of. The Meont Albert thou went in and wcrm nine runs bo hind their opponents when the last wicket foll. The Union Jacks started their second inltlings, andl wlhen tilno was called had Imlnde 20 rulns without thle loss of a wicket. The following are the scores :- I". Clarko, b Cust .. .. .. 0 11. Carey, b du .. .. .. 1 1:. Aspinall, b do .. .. .. J. HIodges, b Elliot .. 7 T. Hodges, Ino out . 5 S. Bllaekburn, b I Elliot . 0 O I. Ilarlto, b CU4C ,,0 P. Phla dt tl do •. 0 q. lJlaickhurn, u d l . A. Luke, a Elliott .. . a Lr. Williams, a Cst "0 Sundries .. '' b o11 Cir . y, i4 ot . .i Asp, tall, 'ot o ,t , i Moxr Ai.vtutir. It. Elliot, b (i. JJlackburnl .. . H. Leigh, b S. do ....

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CANTERBURY CLUB ELEVEN V. CLAREMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

C.A : luulir Cu~trn IEr.le·vN V. C,.uer r(,Nr. slcutedl in t win for CuitlcJburIy by four ruon. Appcndcd itno tihe cores C.tx'reiuiuiv. IBrookce, b lDulTas . . Ili Smarta aiid b Ilocketl , . .. `i Moody, c (iray b D1IlTib $ Ockwell, b l)ulTs. 1. Turner, b Ilocktt . "1 (Gooad, c aid 1 Ilocket .. .. 0 Mcrrett, b Ilockett I Waiiid, ) I.)ulTws .. " .. I)iy, not out Caunin, b I)olTas .. .. ".. l) lycs . 7 'otaitl ., 17 Ci,.ielN'rx. I)uhos, b Moody "1 ])illey, ) 'Turner "1 Jlerbeeto, b :turner .. ..) iloekett, run out f Ileaby, stiiiped I, Tuneriiurf (fiyI r IIIbIr .. .. .. 0 .lar\·id, o IDay I, aMody Fullwood, b Moody W\'iljson, lint nut llurbterto, A., u and b Moody 1) ilyea

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SPORTING. REPORTER TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

SPORTING. i:I'liTI'IT Tl'lOl.'IIV MA'11T I1,S. SeCretaries are politely rc(leqeted to send in the replLort of their matches nlot later than Tuesday. BIox li. v. ].I,.%wallUtaN . iasy will for lBox HIill by anl innings and 111 u'tllOM. Those two clubs continued the match for the lReporter Trophy last week, and linished in aul unexpected easy defeat of the B)lack burn. The weather wans decidedly lln pleasant, being very blowy, and although the rain kept onT, yet thimeguna wan played tnader great disadvantages to both aides. The preTious Natuirday Ulhickbnrn had loat two wickets for 18, and the lBox Hill had compiled thIo large total of 210. runs. 1llackhurn reamunmd by ur' rry and Siceey taking their plaics it t h wickets, and the latter went inl for scoring rapidly, which brought about thu downfall. of Parry, who was run out. 11-0--211. Calder was nIext, antd lie scored steadily, until SNcaesbym lisjudged a lball frou Schocbcr, it. falling into Toot's hands as third man. 4-20-1- . Ml...

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Box Hill Trophy Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Box Hill Trophy Matches. The following is a table showing the posi tion of each club playing for the above trophy: Club. . ', ' Iox Hilll .. I 1 r I 1 In I 1 Mitchat . . I I0 It 1 13 Il\I Hurreyllills ., : 1 1 0 2 1 I11 lhlackburn . II 1 1 I 1 1 10 IIi Caiterin"ry . I 0 1 2 1 I ii; Doncaster .. i1 1 0 5 0 4 1l ,lingwood .. ' 1 I 1 0 I 110 Next Saturdy'sn iea s willI ho selected from the following: llx- lhha. v. D)oxr.?'rrI:, l, Doncnaster. ilox I ill tnam will comprise-S. Anderson, T. lock, Barbour, II. Carson, I. Cook, W. Meadir; . Payne, C. hIeed, P1. tchoeber, .1, Sltoel, I. Sweotlnnd,.1. 'tooh, A. F. Ward, C. White, and IE. Willis. Unmpire, on the grInllud, l)onlcasterl" will bie lchosen flron It. llake, 11. luck, (I. tillon, W. illllen, J. Cronan, G. Iloldeli, 3M. Ilolden,\W. John ston, Lauri, , J. Lowe, i. My, F. Thomllas, C, Mebergang,l). White, H, Whiltln. Suiatln lHutlls v. lltl.sowo, at llingwootl. -Hurrey hills leant-C. llowen, llrandt, Charge, )mnnue (2), (1luuer, P. lan...

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SURREY HILLS V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

I'IIIISF:¥ HIlLH V, C.cTrIIIIIrnY. This nttc was cot inlod, ol the ground of the former, on Saturday last., and eind in ai draw. Sutherland and lEdmonds, the two not out oeni for' Cnterbury esumlllllled their places at the wickets, the score stalld. ing at IS for the loss of one wicket. Sother. Iland, after adding four to his score, wns bowled by Ihogg. !Thlis batsan played very vwell indeed. for his total of ;12, and is the making of a good cricketer, lie being, I sup pose, the youngest cricketer englged ii Ithe IRellrter colnlletition. 2-3--58. M'her sunl joiil l'd ondi s, bult lthe former. dhid not stay ling, is lie was bo wled by I).M. Wilson without scoring. hIl-0-lit-. Walker wsi inext, but aflter scoring four lie was run out. I1-1-1f. Iltdllli did nolt siDy long with his partlner, liinoiind, being clean bowled by I). \1. Wilson, 5-1-011l. The Canter. bury skippller (3heckie) Iwas next, but, lie had the misfortune to see ldnionds bowled ly 1). il. Wilson. Ii-116-77. iDlowen jo...

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MITCHAM V. DONCASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

MTlCII.\r V. |.)ONCAHTI':II. 'Tho following is tho.result of thin match which wavs conltinuedl hst Saturday: 1)o?..?s?Te (First Innings) .. .. 62 M'iruntI. (First Innings) ) "wicket, for . .... .. 117 I)nciAnTF:Ii (Hecond Iinnillgs. J.. Cronan, stumped CornweIll . i (1. Iluilen, b Cronan .. .. . 12 H. W\hittoll, b T. T'itus .. .20 II. Mays, hb T. ''itus .. .... 1 1). White, b T. Titus .. .. :1 F. Thomas, b T. Titus .. .. 0 W. Johnson, b T. Titus .... 0 J. Lowe, b T. Titus .. .. .. 0 Ubermang, mot out .. .. .. H HI. White, absent .. .. ( W. liullen, absent .. .. .. 0 Sundries .. . . .. .. 7 Total .. .. .. 110 \mhrcir.mmi (Second Innings). Thackcr, ib lullol .. .. .. 0 (leddeu , not out .. .. .. 7 Cornmwell, not out .. .. .. 0 Total (with tl wickets to fall) .. 7 W. Titus Illtd T. 'Titusl bowled host for M.itchatm, taking 7 for 21 and 8 for *i5 rispectivoly,

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Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Anstralian Natives' Association, :o-::-- Tl'he iitul Imiontlhly mIetintzg of thU adovo Wa heull on Monday night in M'D)owul1n Illildig, (!iintci'bnry}voiicl, Thu ' L'ruiudunt (dlr. C. i\)owall) occupiedl the hIair, 11ni( Laid hl e was eloased to see such a lavge attundnnuu . .\W'hat pleased hliss >Iiost was to sue that their lodge was j)atuiiised. by visitorLs fIoro other branches, and lea hoped that the ouesent state or good 'uliing, woilhd long conitiniuo to u'xist aoollog thlIoll. Aftor Ihe goeneral bltsiness of the mlooting had buon transacted, it very interesting discussion followed upon) " General 13IothL's ColonisatiOll Schemnio. ilr. Ii. 0. Kullford (the Secretary of tlio hialw'thorn Iiranoli) was r ioqusted by tlo PL'rsident to give his views on the schmore propoiundelod by n (eneral" Booth, and he did so in a Oclar, con cise, Lan(d forcible spcoohl. li was of opinion tlhat the iacllniloe at best would only reslt ill temporiu'y cle',ation of the munsses in the large cont...

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Concert at Blackburn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Concert at Blackburn. --0 A successful concert was given at llacklurn on Wodnesday, the 211th of last month, the proceeds of which were to Ie devoted to the Ilnackburn Cricket Club. Owing to some Iunforeseelln cirul stances three or four of the would-be performers were unable to keeOp their engageu:ents. Nevertheloss, willing substitutes were found, who throw themlselves into the ,breach with an irdour and enthusiasm that carried the concert through to a successful termnuination, Among the performers, Mh's. Leitz created a most favouratblo impression by her rendering of two songs, one of which, Call In luck,"'' was admnir ably given with piano and violin-.zither accompalniment. 1 r. Plleger gave two selections on the ithlier, and was most enthusiastically applauded. Among others who took part in the concert were : Mrs. .lose, Messrs. Stedinan, .ituiiesonl, Seitz, and Parry. Great praiso is due to Mr. Parry, the scoretary of the club, for the successf'ul issue of Ithis concert, also ...

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Fruit Soiree in the Temperahce Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Fruit Soiree in the Temporalco Hall. T'he nniiversary of the United Methodist liec Church, Jlox Hlill, was celebrated on Sunday last. The lhev. .1. Carey (Wesleyan) preiachedl to ait very fair congregation itn the morning, and the eluv. J. J. Ilalley drew ait large congregatioti il thie venin4. A Service of Song was given by thile choir iii the after. noon, and the cltproh was packed In every part. JIn connection with the anniversary of the United Methodist Free Church, Box Hill, it thanllksgiving fruit offering was Ihld in thll Tet)ielrai'co faill, oi Tnesda. cvenling, 2nd inst. Somte nine tables wvers provided by the ladies of the congregation, who weret rewarded, by having mnore guests at their tables thlan they could comfortably aeccomino date, Illll it was not until their tables haId been tilled three times over that the wants of the large attendtlnee were satisfied. Every tray was literally groaning beneath the wcghit of the good things provided. This gathering was certainly a...

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The Social World. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

The Social World. A badl, got up oil a o most magnifi. cent sHetle, lanu which wllS aI Iost otaioitucl d ueetl I s 800S5, was ,giv 'lli by .1r: a'id Mrs. C(laroence ic ks at Ithei residoence I'rognlll," alolt Albort IRoad, on 'I'Ihur.sday evening, 27th Noviohber. lHome 200 g.uests Iecept ed the invitation, all 'of whom thoroughly ojoyed.tlhemsehleis. Groant p'loplarntions ;lahd booeen nnado for the 1'oolption of th gnests. h?h? It1Di{0 was decor'ated lthroughout in it Imost nrtistic mannier with flowers of every descriptioni, annon0gst which, the roses, owilng to their, beuatiful, fragrance, weoro t a special featluro of attraction, ani were greatly idmnired liiy.ll 1ire ?isent. II ordel'r to rendor thl scelle more nttractiveo Ind brillinltl fairy hnmps wore intermlixed with the tlowers,: conIerting ' the dwelling ' for the time being into, and giving it the aippelnance of it real fairy hllal. 'hllu large groulnds were also illuminated bly powerful colored lamps, about 1600 being di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

1 .......Thoe Hawthorn-Livcry-Sta blos, ( OLDLU'('S I51'T F, A (. DOWDNEY, 'Proprietor. S 11r 'a l 'l'raps ltOi l on ,iriu. Sipecial nattenlio given to hllorses at livery. Si lores and 'i cliles Blought, Sold or.,1,x chauged., Iloiiise bt; ken to ahddl' oir h tirl cs.i . ,, ., , It{ ave olpined preIr3 ises at! C'\ "l U3 I. 1 1 1 .LH:.' i . ? 3¾ e' r e th'l ey riti d tio s'uplll thlu ir custoucrs with?l bust wenta'at low plrit? s. R. Si?ukin, U.U URN., All kiuds, of hltudry work' ,l done. A redulution) ma,lui to fmilies. I',urniture S and 'tinilure repnireil. '' Scissors idll . kivid' ground.' ltbrtolahs imulded. A Card. . (Iatou of Collinm Street). I 0lhvlg in ;lionieuced practicif ut 1Box 11ill 'inay bi consulted iat his rtsildncu~ l'Whito .lorsti. Road, next police stattion, 'daily.' fHours of consultattio: . I.. rnings .... I ifboi , l, S'veniungs .;.. 6 to,8. Double Fees charged to patienits visi teod it their' htiomos after 11 p,.il, Corner: Burwood Road, and Power Street, Hawt...

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Bazaar in Aid of St. Peter's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Bazant ,inu Aid, of ,St. Potor's Church. . The . ho bzaarsit which was opened in the " e'.Ille ieation Hall, .Iox 11111, on Thurs. Siy,, Nouvember 27, by Lady Davies, was continued on the Friday and Saturday following. Tl'he attendance , il oallch occasion was very large, land miost gratifying to those ladies and gentleman who were instrumental in ,ottinug", it up and. carrying out the work to such i successfil issue. As' i usual in exhibitions of this kind, the ladioes wore to the fore, and it is pleasing as woll as gratifying for us to lhave to record the flict that the undertaking has resulted in raising Sthe sumn of .100. Considering the rdulness of the times, and the shock which trade has sustained, especially in tho mnotropolis and suburbs con sequent upon the strike, the result of the bazaar cannot be regarded in any light than satisfactory, For a town like Ilox lill to raise £100( in three days-speaks volmune for the liberality and enliterprise of thel inhabitants. When iono...

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Ode on Doncaster. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

Ode oii floDb iiclstor, flY .\ N AnIufiv.t. lii I lDonclastlcr, lImit 44o)1t blffllflflo uA place, 'Plfy Hcllf~y so goigceous g44Ifmld- "''LolfI lt int sii nmn on mildesnt foC11 No palnormn a letter LthoughouL tIh 101111. 'l'fy tower is its Mamjestic hmcight-. '('' see which is it mosnt plcimlnamt sighlt 3I0lfflflill4iit 1111the, t1ia1f141 bu 1held1 it chlmin, Diviniding: ff Iad mDcmlong bjotlh strtctI fortit 4i11 Oalnl. frchatmbn on hill and in' vnlley narc sen, llaaliIfIil creecks so vlery servlul flim n of rich phuon41c louthl larric the yo;, loltttclicn ofa rainbow huc flit tllhrough th clcar blue sky. Frllllm ofT theu toier oil If cleaf br.ight (hify, 1'lol 11i11 Ulf) disfliot nhiningii. bay With a glentle brcics e11441 tawill lightly b.1 )ow, "'TIvou lIih d mbe I pIell ft I Ieaviii below. Ileamotrnmn f Itule ldwell 04 eveIy sili', Which iiimiuine omi lni Ititt h i)f timajide Ims peIa ,1: e a llrc f4t1 images1 of hoof llb lictler by fam tfi1an ntIf 1011weilffi. A round dothm bl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 5 December 1890

THIE " REPORTER." 'P'Ijuouiuiji~ti utd rtisi IIg iaudl ii fr or Ulu NuIOL\imdinlg, I 3º"oIiiii1trn dlii I)ouncastcr Councils. 'f1JJ ONLY LOJCALI JOU It N.A I, In thiu Diktrict, to I'iblibicd EVE1II.1Y FRIUDAY) lULL 1II1I.'0lT(T ot all the - LO CAL COUNCILSF. ALL IKINDS .1 0,13 P INTING Ioite on hoe MJOST 11EAS3ONAULII '1'EIIIM$ Account 130ukb a Spccialilty.

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