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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

B THE GOSHEN CONVENTION aptlst Sunday Schools in Flourishing Condition. HAD VERY NARROW ESCAPE Captain Smith, of Caroline, is Nearly Drowned in Crossing a .Stream. Elderly Lady Found Dead in Field Ncnr Her Home. vi,jrfcl - il to Tho Times-Dispatch.) FRDDJ3HICKSBUHG, VA., July 2">.At tho Goshen Baptist Sunday-school Convention , held at Trinity Church, In Louisa county, this week, tho attendance was unusually larno, nbout 2.009 persons bring present each day. The officers elected wore Captain S. J. Qulnn, of this city, moderator; J. G. Boxloy. of Louisa county, clnrU, nnd Captain C. T. Smith, of Carolina county, treasurer. Reports from tho various schools showed them to b<\ In n. flourishing condition, with increasing mcmborMiip. The annual sermon was preached by R<;v. Dccatur bdward«, of this city. The next pension of the convention will be held nt M».«b<iponmix Church, In Bpotsylvatlla county, »r.,x rnilOH from this city, where, twentynin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

4 CHASING NEGROES Chesterfield Constables After a Gang of Them. MINERAL. MAN NOT THE ONE Young Boy K.cked Yesterday by a Mule. Arrangements for 'he Coming Primary- Grand Jury Meets Again To-Morr_w — Churches. Manchester Bureau Times-Dispatch, X No. 3102 Hull Street, 5 Vigorous efforts art being made by the constabulary of Chosterileld county to rout from the woods of a certain section of the place, beginning «l Marx Addition and extending lo Ccntralla or thereabout, a g&iiK of negroes said to be responsible for sundry lawless acts recently reported, Jr.cludlng the murderous attempt to rob the hous-e of a citizen and the assault Upon the three ladles on lti.vt Tuesday. Officers liuvo been scattered throughout the neighborhood, and 'Squire Cheat ham, who Is directing the movements, snld yesterday that he was determined to put a «top to the depredations of the outlaws. One of tho constables stumbled across three of them In tho woods the other night, and when they refused to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

I* REALTY AND BUSINESS ono Firm Weathers the Strike Excellently. OTHERS ARE COMPLAINING One Firm Had a S7OO Sale In a Whole Week— Others Say Nothing is Being Done — New Hat-Making Plant Coming • Here. Mr. B. S. Rosfl, of tho real cstnto firm of E. 8. Rose and Company, was able to give a most cheerful vlow of the Richmond property market. Ho said that a ehort while ngo attention wns called to tho market by the statement that tho ntrlko had hampered public union Berl-. Dimly. "Our experience him b'ion Just tlio oppotJtfl," ho declared. "Our auction sains have been well attended, and IjWlh hulllclent to Justify tho property being sold In every coce. Upon the dates named below, WO would ntnto that eight of the abovo sales wero m.-ulf* privately, thereby adding strength to our claim. Oppress not thn oppressed, neither detract from tho merits of Richmond real estate. " Ah evidence of his statements, Mr. Rote gives out thc> appended Bales! June 4th— Brick house, No; 767 North Se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

YACHTS ON NICE CRUISE Hampton Roads Fleet Are NORFOLK COSMOPOLITAN Rediculotis Situations Occur in Police Cpurt Where Prisoners and Justice Speak Different Languages. Inland Canal. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspzitch.) NORFOLK, VA.. July £s.— The Hampton Roads Yacht Club fleet sailed this morning on their first annual* cruise. The entire fleet will parties pate In a race to Yorktown, Va., 'the winners to bi> decided by Vice-Commodore T. A. Jones, who Is In command. Flftaen crack rneing yachts passed the storting lino this morning. It was a pretty sight from tho tops of the houses. They all got away beautifully in the fine breeze on a clear day. They will leave torktown on Sunday, pall through Mobjaek Bay Into North River, returning home on Monday evening. The ynchts carried a number of passengers, who anticipate a pleasant nnd novel entertainment, as this Is tho first rrulso of the sort attempted here. The names of some of those participating In the cruise are Captain Thomas ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

Whnfc moro exquisite enjoyment than tho muMo you enn produce from your own plnno IF YOU HAVE A PIANOLA? SHEfcT MUSIC, MUSIC BOXES, ORGANS. GUITARS, MANDOLINS, SMALL INSTRUMENTS, MU AZ STANDS, CArJINETS, SELF-PLAYING PIANOS. THEY ARE ALL INCLUDED IN OUR MIDSUMMER C LEAfIA NCE SALE A SALE OF USED PIANOS. CHOICEST ASSORTMENT EVER OFFERED IN RICHMOND. i Tblß Is our second pale of ufcc! pianos and (judginp from the character of tho Instruments with the prices attached to them', tho (?rontc*£ collection over offered In Richmond. Very frequently we rccolvo <» really flood planoin exchange Tfor a. uew one. And bo the«Q "seaond hand"K>rts accumulate. We have uo room for them In our piano ware-room*— nnd to hurry thorn away THEY GO ON SALE AT RIDICULOUS PRICES. There aro G-rnnds. Uprights, SquArcs. >'o one need bo without b piano, for you may purchase one on the fafly.pn.vmpnt plan! The hlßhcr-prlccd ones are really superb; tho cheaper ones will render valiant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

ROANOKE RED SULPHUR oard-Playlng and Dancing Chief Amusements. MINSTREL SHOW PLANNED Promises to Be Rich, Rare and Racy, and Will Serve its Purpose, to Amuse — Germans Most Every Night. (Special to The Tlmrf-Dlfpntch.) ROANOKE RED SULPHUR SPRIMQS, VA., July 25.— The season nt the Red has been n little late this yetir, but now this j resort I* fnst filling up. and In n week or so the season, will be reaching Its height. All of the guest." nre enjoying life to the , utmost. On these grand mornings, when tho cool air- of the mountain tops comes down In refreshing lireozop, what could be more thoroughly ehjoyable than to hunt, to fish, to look for beo trees, to take long rambles through the shady forrsts—all o f which nre done by young nnd old. Of course, thf> ten-pin nlloys nnd, the lennlp courts have their ntiota of dovotecs, but card plnyhiK nnd dancing nro the most popular amusements at the Red. as they nre at most mountain resorts. There tire* some excellent card payers ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

n FEVERISH AND EXCITED Wild Fluctuations In Prices of Specialties. ABSENCE OF FAILURES This Was Not En irely Reassuring. Howev .r, as to Awj stm nt ot DifficuliLa— Standard docks Were Fairly Firm— -ooiids Weak. . (By Associated Press.) YUHK, July 2i.-To-Uay.'B short •esslon ot tne StocK t-xch-nge was feverish und exctofl iiii'.Hnii'/n.. an an aiter efiect of me tailure* 01 two impoitaiit exchange fiirn.s yesterday, and thu clie^d that thoso i.i.Jm. wuuiu nave a Hcquel In the Bi..'!peii!<ion of otliei emburranntd firms. Thioaguout the wilii f.uctuiit.oiia In prices en Bp€Cialtlee, t«.e atandatd BtocKH showed evidence 01 the same Kind of iiii.-jrjit 'in iii.'i cunipar.ilivo stabl.tty wh.t'h cliaractei.zed tnuin In Uhe market of mo.st of tiie week, 1 .■!'..<• yi-sieruay's failures had exciteu and upsm tne market, The day fiasßed witluut aiinouncemerit of additional lallures. JJeHplto the fact tlidt no uci.venea on contract uro reiju,ic<J on Hjturuay, nn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

10 By H. Seldon Tnylor * Co., TU«iil F.stnt" Agents nnd Auclloners, No. S N. Eleventh Street. PtrßU^ BALR OF THAT COMFOBTAHLK 2-STOHY 4-HOOM FIIAMIO DWELLING, NO. 1012 NICHOLSON BTRKBT. BBTWEBN iMAUSHAI<L AND OILLiAMi ALSO TWO ITIKTTY BUILODj offer thr nliovA-mentloned renl estate for •aJs, on the premises, on MONDAY, JULY 27. 3M3. at 6:80 o'clock P. M. The loi upon which the. house stnnds fronts an feet nnd runs hack n pmitl depth, nnd tlie meant lots front 30 I>y HO feet enrh to nn nlley. TERMS-One-thlrd cn-oi, hnlnnce r, nnd 12 months for notes, with Interest added, ftna secured bS n deed of trnsi. July Sl-tds ' Auctioneers. C. L. A H. L. Denoon, Real Estnte ARents and Auctioneers. Ml East Mnln Streot. 'TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE NEAT FRAME DWELLTNO AND LOT. IN THE I'LAN OF •WOOnVILLL NEAR THE LIMITS OF THE CITT OF RICHMOND, AT THE SOl.-THWKST CORNER BATES AND WALNM.TT STS. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated Janva.r'v 22 IW2 recorded In clerk s office &...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

15 HELP WANTED— FEMALE, WANTED, a Rood COOK; good home for proper psrty. Apply IM2 \\t»t Franklin. WANTED, Udy BOOK-KEEPER. Apply to office .iri.ns sveu; sons', Moniiny. « A^ Jl - COPY LETTERS nt homo, $10 V*' 'W; can „„,. inn ,HT, HT „..,i, Krii'l Hl(iTn|>('l-n(lilrii""-,l envel',,.-: TIIK sfrciNT-KN HOOK VV.. M Third Street, Hrnoklyn, N. V. "COPY" LETTEn's HOME, J12.80 paid f^WHeml SnTmppd fnvribpc, »niii|ilo letter. < itAMPIKN CO., l«"Ht Inlfon St., New llrooklyn, n. y. WAim;Dl"Aii "experienced HOUBEKEEPER can prt « poHtlon nt the rniiikll" Honfe; Jmiyl undwstiihtl ini.hig'lnit house nnd not nfrsid WANTED, whllo OIRL, 12 or 16 years to livn tvlfb fiunlly of three nnd unikc herself useful; will b" tn-sfeil n» i.ne "f tho family. Apply 1111 N. Tvvcntj -ninth Street. Illrhmoml. LADY WANTED, $15 weekly; permanent. artl«!'m.'lii"e. ''jfcKBT t'O.i 131 Welt S-M Ht.. New J'ork. itADIEH TO DO Embroidery and Lace work at home: bust p.iy. im. mitdt Hctieine; no maierln...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 26 July 1903

12 THE BUDGET OF YORKTOWN Jumping Mullet Have Arrived There. DOG OP GREAT SAGACITY He Seizes The Times-Dispatch nnd Floes — The Politics of York County. Col. L. W. Lane, Sr.. May Be Candidate. Imperial to Tli" Tlmcs-Dlspatch.) tfORXTCWN, VA., July 25.— The Jumping; mullet, or jumpers, us' tlio name ts conveniently abbreviated; Ims put In his Appearance rathor earlier this season than is his general custom. As nil sea food Is commonly acknowledged by the medicnl fraternity as rich In phosphorous miii other brain foods, thOKO who have •ver boon fortunate enough to Indulge tn a mcwil of theae succulent llttlo fish ■will readily pronounce tliom the peor of any of Uielr pincatorlal brethren In Virginia. waters. We might rr.-idlly term tbem diminutive mackerel, which thoy more nearly approach than anything eln<> In the fluid elonicnt. Wo never liea-rd of ■ poor Jumper. Wherever you ftnd them they nro "fat as mud," as the darky calls it, at times almost unpalatable by...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS THE WEATHER. July 29.— Forecast for Thur/ulny and Friday: Virginia nnd North Cnmilna— Showers fend cooler Th'jrxilny. Friday showers; fresh soutliwoat to went wlntlH. niflng trmprrntiiift made yosterday ?|illto a gwelt&ing 'lav, but for today and o-niorrow t.ho weather Hureau has prerarod n schedule thnt lookn attractive, t Is predicted thnt showers will Jail an 4 that It v;lll bo cooler. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER. f A. M i« 12 31 SI 8 P. M M 8 P. M M B P. M 84 HlnlUnlght U Averago 835-1 Hlclf'^t tompTnttire yp(>t"rdny SI Lowest temperature yesterday 70 Me.'in temporal tiro y-."terday Ik Normn! tomporatura for July &> P'Tiiirtnrf from normal tempTnture.. fC PrcclpltatUiii durlnK past 24 hour? 00 MtNIATURB ATjMANAC. gJn ri«e« 6:13 I ' HIGH TIDE. ' fl jg Sheriff fiolomon makes a strong def>n»*; Diriri' wltnp.«Hef! to be put on on In his beh.ilf to-day, and the cAse will likely ro to the Jury to-morrow Unknow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

2 tTniind. which clenrly Indicate five rxploftlon*. Tl'BHll'H* FORCE. The entire catafttroph*. hcivnvrr. ocrupled tl'.e ftpnt* of koarcely live ueconds, lull In that time tho BurroundMg propprj> u^ swept ns if fl MriMl volcano b.-'<i ■broken forth In Its Mildßt. Kv< ry hotlM within 200 yards collapsed. Trees were Mown down, the Rf«s« within n hundred yards mowed ns if by n lAwn mower. while bricks fr«ii tho tho maß»7ltle«= woip hutled fnr ncrflSfi ibe rivrr nnd all over the neiptibnthood. For several minutes nflertvnrdX tno nlr wns complfteiy fHIM *MH« MnoUo nhd iln«t, and illnmlnntc't by Hi« P'nre rnun tho already bttftilflg hOil»«.1. The work of rescue beenn nt 6JW6, mil In many cnf=e? the flaJnog had «"|? a oy piiln<"il full p*ny nvPr the ctuiti|ilNl PUirii nnd WvefAl f*f#«lft were bUtnftrf to MM* before the dfl-rth Which covered them The property llfSltUftted .lu.t ovei the Lowell line, in Tnvk?bury. but the Lowell fire department fIM ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

PEACE AND QUIET NOW The Trouble Over Street-Car Strike Seems Ended. HOLD PUBLIC MEETINGS Strikers Aro Arranging for Several. Six More of the Old Men Again At Work— Getting a Reliable Force. The Btrent railway strike. Inaugurated nix weeks ago Inat Tuesday, If- now ended, to far as tho operation of the cars without molestation Is concerned. Tho Htrlk•ru' organization still holds firmly, with Bo word of declaring the strike ofT, but day by dny a few desertions am reported, And tho financial support of the strikers In gradually dncrcnFlng. Tho cars wftro operated over all lines jrtßterday without molestation of any kind. Travel was larger than tho day before, and especially at night. The *'iv.'ii am.'i at the Keservolr was reopened and Ih doing n fair buslneps. The crowds at the Reservoir In the afternoon aro not •qiinl to tho normal at this fcanon, but In the evening tho attendance Is very much better. Ono of tho conductors stated last Bight that he had carried out about forty !&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

I The Times-Dispatch Published Daily and Weekly At No. 4 North Tenth Street, Richmond, Vs. Entered January 27, 190S, at Richmond, V*.. as «econd.elass matter, under Act of Congress of March S, 1879. Th© DAILY TIMJ3B- DISrATCH is sold •t II cent* a copy. The BITNDAT TIMES-DISPATCH Is pold nt 5 cents Q copy. The DAILT TIMES-DISPATCH by msil-BO cents b month; *s.OO n yean 12.60 for six months: t1.30 for three -month.*. . , The SUNDAY TIMES-IMSPATCH by mail f2. 00 n yenr. The DAILT TIMES-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, in Richmond and Manchester, by carrier, 13 cents per week, or 60 cents per month. The 6UNPAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 6 crr.ts per week. Tho WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH. $1.00 a year. All Unsigned Communications •will bo rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unless ncoomps tiled by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 610 Efl»t Broad Street. THURSDAT. JULT SO, 1903. Persons loavinp th« city for tho summer should order Tho Times-Dispatch malted to them. P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

ENTERS ON A NEW ERA Laboratory Courses at the University College. THOSE PUT IN CHARGE Or. A. Q, Hoen, of Baltimore, and Mr K. U Brandls, of Richmond— Great Interest is Taken in this Move. JCvery doctor nowadays has a laboratory of his own. Here he makes chemical testa and microscopical examinations, and he will rarely pronounce an opinion on a caso until he has performed these experiments. Hence education along these linos as■umes greater Importance among the doctors overy year. As foreshadowed a few years ago, the faculty of the University College of Medicine has entered upon a new era in the conduct of its laboratory courses. Formerly, as is still the case In nearly all cnedloal collnnes, the laboratory teaching was done by busy practitioners, who •would, nt great sacrlf.ee of time, devote several hours a day to this work. From now on salaried teactierii will be in the laboratories constantly, and much more time can bo gkven to tho regular classes, besides providing an opportunity...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

8 THE ORANGE HORSE SHOW ideal Weather and a Record Breaking Crowd. FINE FIELD OF HORSES Governor Montague and Senator Thos. S. Martin Among Those Present. Many Society People 1 here. Town in Holiday Attire. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ORANGE. VA., July 2fl.— lTnvored by Ideal weather, the sixth annual exhibition of the Orange Horseman's Association opened here to-day with a record-break-ing attendance, the crowd being much larger thin If usually seen on opening days. Tho fields of horses aro largo and many of tho entries n.ro really lilrliclass, which applies especially to hunters and Jumpers. Ills Excellency, Governor Montague, Arrived last nlKbt and Is in attendance to-day, as Is Unllod States Senator Hon. Thomas S. Martin. Governor Montajjuo returns home tonight, but Senator Martin will remain over. As usual, the social' feature Is pronounced, and prominent society people from various centers aro in evidence, Washington, Baltimore and other, points being quite well represent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

WORK FOR EDUCATION What Is Now Belnp Done-ln North Carolina. SCHOOL TRUSTEES MEET More Facilities Needed for the Great Number of Children— The Southern May Have Trouble Building Shifting Yards. (Special to The Timee-Dlepatch.) IEENSBORO, N. C, July 29.— The county and city Boards of Education have provided a suite of rooms In the ■econd story of the Cortland building, opposite th» Gullford Hotel, as Joint educational headquarters. County Superintendent Hh»rpo and City Superintendent Broadhurst moved in to-day, and In the future teachers, school officers, friends of •ducatlon and nil parties having business trlth the officials will have accoss to them, besldeß the satisfaction of feeling that public education In Gullford county and Greensboro Is properly considered of •nough Importance to Justify the same attention and rexpect aH the banking, mercantile or any other high-class ocou•atlon. TUB SCHOOL LAW. Next Saturday all the township school eomrnltteemen or trustees of tho county Tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

» HELP WANTED— FEMALE ■WANTTD. »t J>B3 Esst M»r«h»Il Street, » OIRL, 12 or 14 yosrt old, (is nurse. .WANTT.D. a compftt^nt NURBE for infant; r»f»renco required. Apply 821 East Mnln Street. WANTED, NTTRSE and hou»« GIRL: must b« romjiftf ist am! cxporti-riffd; po°d wsgrc. Appit HIT Hnct Mnln Stroot. STENOGRAPHERS — Several good position* ep«n In OOt i-mplojTn<'nt dfpnrtinrnt Ir. w dlffrrrnt "ottt'herS" stamp and stationery co., Twelve-Six Main Street. yANTED^FEMALE. " WANTED, to t»»rh In private WANTED— A ynung lady of fix years 1 •xp«rj. once doMres r«*ltlnn in teach in private fsmllv: r«.n touch all the KnpllMi br»nr-hr«; Math'; rnstlrs « upctUHy, snd rudlDip.«ts of German, n-11l also »urn In wwitjgi smsll .' 1. Mr" I f erred: rrferenrrs nt-lin tyred. Addrrsn Mm r. C. 11.. EmmCTtftß. mebmond connty. V«. WANTED, a TEACHER, fully competent to Indtrnpl In tho UMia! r.ni:li!-ii branches, Matliemfl.ir.. 1.a.1n. Tronrb nnd MtWICI %'fW 11 * 1 Klv.n snd reqalrtfl. Add...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 30 July 1903

CHANGES NOT IMPORTANT Early Gains Wiped Out by Later Reaction. TONE MORE CONSERVATIVE Thore Wa3 No Evidence of Forcad L!» quldation, but Light Selling Forced Prices Back— Money lasy. Bonds Irregular. NKW YORK. July M.-Oponillons In th« «tock m»rkPt look on ft eohMrvallvo tona fißiiln Ifj'dav, ami tlio Itoipß nml bounJn of thrt flrct recovery from tho loiir iloproHßlon gavo jjlaoo lo a morfl Ore*i)lli(t tSttiUl, 3i!V<!n Hilk rrtodSfht* tfl'♦rard paoo wufl tiut nialiifftlnpJ, ntld thnie trufl frocjuent liHtlfttlun mid reaotloit. Thuro wna no ovUlence r>t rrneweil liquidation of tho fdrcua ohnractor tlwt tian ftost tho market ao o"ar for notrlA time pat,t. I3ut tho dnrviMid fop tuooka n«v«rthele.su showed Mkiik t>t Hntlsfacllnn, nml the online, ili'iiißh U«lil. wnfl fiifflolf-lil to force) prices hrifkwardH HRnlti. rha Barft&ln liuutliiß *lem«n». of ootlfn*. 'I* 1 " ellne* to follow any artvatK^ In pn<« Tho recovery linx rflnclicO...

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