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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

tawii- Tennis.' ON'-Wedrifisday afternoon last 'the 'reprei' sentativesof !the Cid Campeador- Dawn Tennis Club journeyed to • Mittagong- for the purpose of playing a ; friendly - match' ,with the members of'the Mittagong Lawn Tennis Club.- The first of the afternoon was just perfect for'tennis; but after'four o'clock it turned bitterly cold, • and ■ spoilt tca-certain extent the enjoyment of-those present: - The visitors' and • friends^ were loyally- entertained - by" the : Mittagong Club,-the afternoon 1 cup of tea being ' a most welcome addition,'and enjoyed.'very. much.'- There ' was a * good numbe'r-of-' spectators who frequently applauded 'the players.- On ■ the whole the : play was good,-but we have seen • better." At the conclusion ' of- the afternoon ' the ' home team-were ahead by/three' games. Mr. Rutledge acted: as • umpire." Amongst those presentwe '.noticed:—Mrs.1 Dr. Middleton,- ' Mrs:- Godfrey; .■ Mrs. - Prott, Mrs.- and Miss - Dawson, Mrs.- H.: E. Wickham and -Miss C...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
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Robertson's Tribute. PROPOSED BANQUET TO MR. FULLER, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Robertson's Tribute. proposed' banquet' to* mr.-' fuller; m.p.v AT'a meeting'of" Mr. Geo.1 W. Fuller's committee held at Robertson on Wednes day evening last the date of the proposed' banquet to th<S newly-elected member for Illawarra in the Federal Parliament was ftfced for this day week; 27th inst.V ■ The function will take place in the School of Arts,-and should prove one' of; the- most successful1 and'memorable events ; in •' the history ofthe town. Rob'erts'on, Kanga loon, and the surrounding district in the Federal elections, voted by an overwhelm-' irig majority in favor ofthe candidates who supported the Freetrade policy; • hence Mr. Fuller'p-; brilliant •..success.;; Mr. Fuller'is a gentleman' whom' we'believe will'not only fight his way in the House and do credit to his supporters;-but.' will also fight to the best of his ability, in • up-; holding- the grand; policy-; which"' he so strongly and ably represents/ We trust' his many supporters in and 'around Rob e...

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Bowral & Robertson Free Press. Saturday, April 20, 1901. News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Bowral & Robertson Fres Press. Saturday, April- 20, 1901 News Items, A splendid grazing paddoclc-tovletV' See advt.. No Musical' Society practice next Mon» day evening.. -l Tenders' are- ihvitedi for/additions; to; " Warrington,!' Burradoo.. A fire broke1 out* at. Ravenswood (Queensland),on.T:hursday.morning.; Two. hotels and five shops.were.destroyed-! ' The annual generalmeeting.ofcthe Bow ral football Glub'will-be held'- at'the; Bow ral. Fire Station-next Tuesday night.. ■ General. Gelliers; who.,has, surrendered' to'tlie British.at. Warmbaths, states that; the Boers are plundering,.not. warring.. , ' By falling offca logi a-lad'named'M^cky (living, at Katigaloon, fractured his arm on: ! Saturday last.- Hb- was brought into •Bowralj aud the broken; limb-was attend ded to by Dr. Eoulds.. The annuarpicnic in. connection, with. St; Jolin's Sunday.-scho'ol,.Moss Vale,.was held on Thursday. Sports and games were jprovided for- the children.. The Bowral Wesleyan and! Primitive ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

ONE ! TO BE READY, TWO !'!: TO BE STEADY,, THREE' !'!: S TO BE OFF TO . BOWRAL Full Consignments- of WINTER STOCK are to Hand,, and- now selling rapidly; Ladies'" Beaver Cloth - Jackets. • Girls' Jackets- and' Cloak's. . Gliildren'.S' Pelisses-; and' Warms Goats;. Ladies'. Cravenette iMackihtosliesji Double-breasted: New Umbrellas; Fur Necklets in (T- different- luhds-and1' pricesi : FLANNELETTES^-ttie best range1 . -and-the soundest'-value-we have ever been able to offer. . FLANNELS—Welsh, Saxony, New.. Zealand Greys,' &c. .. \ - SHEETINGS and-CALICOES' DRESS' STUFFS; - all,: at- reducedi figures-to'make a>genuine clear-. . ance: H'oods: and; Bonnets-;'. r Gloves*- and' Gaiters. Jack rrost will b©» with- us; directly; Better buy' your warms things and be ready for him; and: for the'cold winds; horse: rugs. eow BLANKETS-a-speciality, from'7/- tb'30/,' per* pair.' Men's Jerseys;•Boys'"Jferseys, Crimean Shirts; b. RUTHERFORD, HOU'SE, * BOWRAL. BR/ CRAWFORD; E>entist;; \\...

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Railway Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Railway Information. Passenger-trains arrive at Bowralfrom -Sydney-:—. ">12.21 a^m. daily, Sandays excepted 7'37~n.ni. (Paper Tiain) daily,.Sunday excepted: ■ .11.12 a.m., Saturday only 12.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. , " 5.33 p.m.-, Saturday only - 7.58 p.m. daily. Saturday and Sunday excepted 0-28~p.ni., Saturday only i Passenger trains leave Bovrral for Sydney:— I 3.'G a.m. daily, Monday excepted i . 6>5B- a;in. Sunday only, stops- Mittagong and Stratlifield only 7.3 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted S*.29 a.m. dailv. Sunday and' Monday- excepted,. stops Mittagong aud St rail) Held only 8.31 a.m. Monday only, stops Mihagong and Stratlifield only. . Ii36 p.,m. daily,.Sundiy. excepted..

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

; ITEMS OF INTEREST: ; To-morrow1 (Sundayy afternoon a'united religious service will bo held in tlio Hospital grounds at liow ral. A Uurc gathering is anticipated. • Tlio Associa tion linnd,' under Mr. G. E. Vincent, will bo present, and will provulo the musical accompaniment to the hymns. - A collection will be taken up. iti aid of the Hospital funds. Nowington College:'—-In the recent examination of the Cambridge (orthic) Shorthand Society) we are pleased to notioo that Master H. McCourt (IJerrinm), who is a pupil at Newington College,- Sydney;.- was successful in nbtainiiiR-a certificate, passing' with 8-1'per cont. - Seven otiier pupila also passed. • -The • papers were Bent to England arid examined there, and it was necessary to obtain 80 - per . cent, - for a poas. A atrong agitation has set in in Sydney to 1 secure a reduction of the members in the State Legislature. The Fcderalgovernmentis anxious that'tho J?6de ral capital should embrace a larger area: than-that prescribed ...

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1901, A RECORD EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

1901, A RECORD EXHIBITION. Much has been clone sincc the first show held in in New South Wales was opened by Sir Thomas Brisbane at Parramatta in- Oclobcr, 1822. Move lias happened sincc 1S70, when the Annual Show was transferred from Parramatta to its present home. In those days little was exhibited beyond a few sheep, cattle, and horses (mostly imported),.and a few cereals and pro (k'cts of the mining industry. To-day \\k exhibit all classes of country and town products—wine, dogs, motor cars, Mrs. Elliott, 011 Mr. James Gilbert, Junr.'s, SKYLARK. rii>l (tiril) iii .Jump. 20 it. S in. Smitvl in Hijfh .lump. Oft. li n. Second !ti l.udies* Jump, t>fi. With Mrs. Kllintt riding, Skylark put' up iln> ivmnl foe I Ik- Cromul over the Wilier Jump, ::i it. it in, pianos, beers, birds, and innumerable other widely diverse accessories of Australian life. And what is more to the point, the bulk of these exhibits are home-bred. The educational value of these annual shows is enormous. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

MOSES JONES,^ VETERINARY UVERY STABLES,. " Eltliam," Merrigang-st., next to Fire Station^ Cabs, Sociables, Sulkies, Buggies, Ladies' and* Gent's Hacks. Victoria Carriage4 for Visiting,-Invalids, &c.- Weddings attended; Picnic Parties taken* to any part of the District' and. Goasti- The only four-in-hand' DRAG' in the town, and BEST IN THE-DISTRICT.- All trains- metji andf*-\ Telegsams promptly attended-toi A PURE! SOAP . ■ , IS NECESSARY for a Good Complexion. A Soap to'bo pure need not necessarily be'; high'1 priecd. Wo have on hand n large assortment of all the leading makes of Toilet' Soaps, and wo -' ljave besides other varietiea'whieh, if not so well known, are fully as good, and eost less money.' Ar LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SPONGES! • • • It yon want the liEST Sponge, we have it. If you want tho medium Sponge, wo . have it! If-you' want a poor Sponge,>we have it. And each we warrant to be as represented, and worth- all we! ask for it. TRY OlIR LITTLE' LIVEIt PILLS if you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

A£i. who soffeb from weak digestion should pat Rutherford's malt bread, it is highly recommended! Ask for cart to call.—* " Good Wine Needs no Busn." Rut it- cannot be too .often'pointed out that when you -go to tho City, there is one plaee—novtf recognised as one of the " sights of the city "—that no matter how often you have been before, you should visit again-;' that is ths Cyclor'omh; for constant changes ore beinj made to moot the publio demands The Iatdnt addi-~ tion is an excellent up-to-date Lumiere Cinemato graph, witha'number of interesting and humorous filmo. tfho hull fight; alone is worth the modest shilling that admits the visitor to the Cyclorama and the host of side shows which huve recently been added to this popular place of pastime and profit.— 731. A Life Saved Sixteen Months of Awful Suffering Impuro blood is always dangerous. Just as soon as you begin, to ffiol woak and ■ languid, nervous and depressed, you aro in danger. Make your blood pure and your nerves st...

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Robertson. ST. JOHN'S EASTER VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Robertson. ST.: JOHN'S EASTER VESTRY MEETING. Tm'e Easter vestry meeting of St. John's Robertson, was held on Thursday even ing, in the Church, the Incumbent, Rev. D.'T. Smith, presiding. , . The balance-sheet was read by the Secretary (Mr. Ferp;uson), and disclosed a credit balance of £6 ig/8. . A hearty vote'of thanks was accorded to Miss Hall for her services -. as organist for past 12 months, and a desire was ex I pressed-that she continue--for auother I year as-organist. - r ■ | Votes of thanks were also passed to the I ladies'committee for their splendid suc I cess with the-bazaar,. etc.,-the lady collec I tors, superintendent and teachers of Siin» ! day School, and churchwardens. . I . ELECTION OF: OFFICERS. I Mr. Jho;' Marshall was: appointed I clergyman's churchwarden ; Messrs. ■ Fer-' i.guson and Warby people's wardens; Mr. Ferguson, secretary and- Mr.. J. D. I Wood,-auditor,.' I ; Several necessary repairs "to tire Church I were authorised to be carried out. On accounb-of...

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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Commercial. •' SUSSEX-STREET TRADE. Maize, 2S 6d to 2s 8d per bushel; chaff, £1 5s to £3x7$ 6d per-ton ; pollard, 8id to 9d: per bushel; • bran, 8fcl to 9jd per bushel; oats, is nd to 2s id per bushel; wheat, ,2s 6d to 2s y&d per bushel; oaten haly, £2 15s.to ^3'i5s per ton ; straw— Derrick!'£1 15s to £2 2s 6d per- ton, bun dle, ,£i 12s 6d to £1 15s ; lucerne, £.1 17s 6d to £% 10s per ton ; maize, 2s to 2s 7d per bushel; onions,' £6 ios'to £6 15s per ton; barley, feed, is nd-to-2s id per bushel; fowls, is 5d to. 3s 3d per'pair; roosters, 2s.gd to 4 s ; cheese, 4$d to.5jd; butter—creamery, iod per lb ; pasteurisied' creamery, 10Jd, dairy,;8d to 8Jd, pastry, 7d to 7^d ; eggs—Northern river, is 3d to is 4d per dozen ; .South Coast, is 4d to is 5d per dozen ; new laid, is 6d to is 7d ; cauliflowers, 2s to 6s; cabbages, is to 3s ; new kidney, potatoes, 10s to 12s; sweet' pctatoest 3s 6d to 4s per cwt. Thursday, April. 18.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Rev. S; A. Donahoe Testifies to the Good Qualities* of' Cha.mberJat»Vs Cough- Remedy. On the lOtli of Docember, 1897, Rev.- S: A. DonaboB, pastur M. R. Chiiroh, South, I't Pleasmnt, W.Va., c.intraotsd'a severe eeld which' wag attend ed from t!ie beginning by violent' coughing.' He' says: "Alter rasmtinK to a number of go-called " specifies," usually kept in the house, to no purpose, I purchase;! a bottle of Chamberlains Cough remedy, which acted like a charm. I most cheerfully recom mend it to the public." For sale by Mr, I). Morgan Chemist, Bowrul. « IP?'. • ■ : ■ ■ " - a: .' ". '

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The Ethereal Abyss. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

The Ethereal Abyss'-.. by a banker; The fncfc that' bin' earth is provided with but one satellite is a matter of the most ex treme gratification ; for bad we as many moons as, for instance, jnpiter or Saturn, \Ve should be in profound ignorance of the existence of the mighty host of stars which 'ftro scattered throughout the abyas of space in such astounding profusion. And of all tlie Varied'and diverse scenes of beauty which Nature lias provided for out delectation, not one can compare, in en trancing and absorbing interest, which the wondrous spectacle presented by the star gemmed heavens on aclearnight, especially if viewed in the pure atmosphere of some mountain top. But, liowover magnificent the scene may be,-yet the limited powers of our organs of vision reveal but the merest fringe of the great universe just a few of I t/'io nearer and brighter of the incalculable array of mighty suns whose serried liosts stretch far away into an oether space so in conceivably remote tliat it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

ARNOTT'S LIVING PICTUUES, PORTRAIT, NO. 3G3; . HERBERT ANDREW, A'ged 1 yoar, son of Mrs. P. Andrew, 9 Dell Viow-road, Bondii' BROUGHT UP ON ARNOTT'S MILK AREOWEOOT BISCUITS, THE- CHI LP REST'S FOOD, TESTIMONIAL, '•Mr. Arnott, Bondi, 9 Dell View-road| Biscuit-Maker, Newcastle,- September 11th', 1-OOOi Dear Sir, . \ .. . . I enclose photo, of ray baby boy. He is just 12 months old, taid lias b'esh'Tjrought up entirely on your "•excellent " Milk Arrowroot" Biscuits, from the early age of 3 DAYS, and he got on wonderfully well.- He has^uoh fine big limbs, and.at 10 months old he could' walk nicely. I have recommended the biscuits to all I know, and I shall continue to do1 so.- You are at liberty to make whatever uso you- like of 'this. I cannot speak too- well of (he excellence of- your " Milk Arrowroot" Biscuits; I am, Sir, yours truly, MBS. PETER ANDREW. INSTRUCTIONS MOW TO GIVE THE BISCUITS; FOR VEltY YOUNG CHILDREN rub the biscuits very lightly on a clean nutmeg grater, or crush' -v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Save Money. BUY OF HAIG & CO. The Gash. Traders; NEW WINTER GOODS NOW ON SALE,. . . FULL STOCK, . . . Special Purchases,. Large Display, In Furs, • Jackets, Capes, Waterproofs, Dress*" Goods,. ■ Plushes, Silks, Flannelettes, Blankets, Tailor-made Clothes, Gloves, etc., and the balance of the*. -direct consignment of Linen Goods. VERY SPECIAL.—Three sizes in Bordered and Fringed Table Cloths—the largest" size is only. 3/9. These are cheap at double the money—at>Solixtel.y tlie "best; valixe- in.Don't miss these. We -would. Jike to see every house in this district supplied with one or more, of these cloths,-, because they are the best valne we have seen-during our 25 years'exper ience of the trade.-— Price only Ocl. Also on sale from the same works, Ladies' and Gent's Handkerchiefs, Loom Damask Sideboard Covers, D'Oyleys.etc. Splendid value,,andt-at prices that cannot be beaten in Australia. XTOTX] TECH A.DDX&BSS :? Hals and The Cash Traders,, QLENIORE HOUSE, BOWRAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

. Speflicing of the tarilf Sir .Philip FyBh says that iiis influence will'ho with Mr. Barton, Sir William Iiyn'e.and Senator O'Connor in framing a moderate tariff.' He is convinced that a moderate tariff framed with a-view of tho necessities of the poorer States will-be tho object o£ the Barton Government. DARLING NURSERY. "]\/T;ESSES. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON abont a ■JLVA' year ago secured this old established nursery and liaVe licen buny stocking'it with;-all the most, popular'kinds of trees and plants which they supply at raostreasonable rateH in largo and small quan tities. They-also supply seeils of every description from their warehouse 202 Pitt-street Sydney. R E A D W H A f . VITADATXO - IS DOING. CON'S UMPTION ■ ™r' ■ ' Can be Curedi Read What Mr-' Fred. Stevenson Says V I T A D A T10 Has ! > Done for Him ■ Dungogr July 17,1900.' Mr. S. A. PALMER.: Dear Sir,—For over two years I suffered from' what the doctors ttore' told rae was Consumption, and during that'tim'...

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"Sparklets" Exhibit. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

•'Sparklets" Exhibit. The rush i for cool quarters^througliout^thu hottest periods of the Show was irresistible, and round the " Sparklets" Exhibit Counters the crowd waited ten deep. Iiut the heat was not the only force operating in favour of this Company. Awarded the gold medal and certificate} of merit for their e.\hibit)°pcople were naturally curious to inspect and teat their much discussed novelty in drinks. Behind the counter four girls, deftly man ipulating the ingredients, under the watchful oye of an expert manageress, handed out free Sparklets n* fast as human energy would permit. When a "tally"came to be taken of the output at the end of the Show it was found that 5880 Sparklets and 1884 Fruit Powders had been given away in demonstrat ing the advantages of the new drink. Six gallons of milk had a'so disappeared. Had the apparatus been for sale, double the quan tity could have been disposed of. It is inte resting to note that the bulk of the 5880 "Sparklets" taken away wor...

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"Toxa," the Rabbit Exterminator [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

" Toxa," the Rabbit Exterminator The continually increasing numbers of rabbits in certain districts of this State appear to have caused no little alarm to the members of the Pastoral ists' and Agriculturists' Asso ciation, and tho. Fanners' and Settlers' Association of the Western Districts. A deputation from these bodies recently waited upon the Premier, Sir. John See, urging him to enforce the law regarding the extermination of rabbits upon untenanted Crown Lands as . well as on private lands; to appoint in spectors ; and, further, to supply wire netting ^direct from tho State, the cost to be repayable " in twenty yearly instalments nt 3 per cent. Once ft station was thoroughly netted with wire rabbits could bo exterminated with " Toxa," which is the most effective rabbit poison known. It is claimed for " Toxa" that it is taken by the rabbit when it rejects other poisons, and kills with one dose. It is also perfectly safe to leave about, the poisoned carcassrs of rabbits having be...

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Roundabout Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

Roundabout Notes. (By " Nuluca.") The first motor car that ever moved through Sydney streets was a creature with a harsh, discordant voice ; novcr silent and was generally alluded to by the bus-drivers ns "a blanky sawmill. ' If this car does not straightway die of envy, it will certafnly bury itself or do some thing equally violent—that is if it has been to the show. For here we have been treated to a motor car parade. Horseless vehicles of all patterns and shapes to the number of quite a dozen, large and small, holding 0110 or half a dozen passengers and with ono or two ex ceptions we see them all steal along ns silently as-the visit of your wife's relations. And they rush round at a speed that would send a cab horse dizzy, but at the same time they can be brought up sud denly within a smaller compass than one cares to stop a trotting horse. The bugle of warning which the driver blows is some what reminiscent of "Ice Cream" and "Hokey Pokey." Nevertheless the motor car seems a cla...

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COMPETITIONS. PALACE GENTLEMEN'S HUNTING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 20 April 1901

COMPETITIONS. / PALACE GENTLEMEN'S HUNTING CONTEST. bpccuil; prizes presented »y Messrs. Alimony Hoi (tain mid Sons. Fiist, £20; second, ' .CIO ; third, £">. If loss tlmn nine entries no sccond pii/.e; if less thnn twehe nil third piize Horses to lie judged for hunt ing (jualiticut ions To curry not less than ; list , mid to lie up to tlmt weight with1 hounds Over four hurdles nnd n water jump.'.'". Mr. H. I). Morton's Dick,.grey, 7 years, ■..> (\V. M'Geo) ... ... • ... ... 1 Mr. .T. Phillips' Camden, chestnut, aged (.T. M'Goe) 2 Mr Horatio JJartlett's Ijiuly Fairheld/v v • chestnut, (1 to 7 y«iw (J. Callinan). .■■■■:•;; ill There were eleven other competitors. TllOTTiNG KXHIIMTION IN SADDI.r, Open to trotters and pacers. First prize, t7; second, ii:i. To be judged in huddle foiv speed, st> le, and action. '■> Mr. JT. Collins' Vain llopo, bay, 1) years'... l'-v Mi J Joynton Smith's ITiuold ]1 .. '2Y . Thcie weie sit others. FASTEST TTtOTTTNG TlOKSIi, MMIL, OH PONY i> ...

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