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Agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY—NO VI. BUTTER MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Egrfculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY— NO VI. ' ???? ' BUTTERMILK. ? The liquid remaining in tho churn after the separation of tho buttor has beon found to vary considerably in composition. Its sournoss is duo to tho presenco o£ lactic acid, or ' aoid of milk,' produced from tho lnotoso, or milk sugar, of the fresh fnilk. When mado from sweet cream it is pleasant to the taste, ex tremely wholesome, and nutritious : and is highly recommended by somo medical authorities as a beverage in diabetes, rickets, and numerous stomach disorders. CHEESE. Oaseine as it ocours in fresh milk is soluble in puro water, but is insoluble in certain acids. When milk is loft to itself for a suflioient length of time it becomes sour and then ' cur dles ;' tho lactio acid at first formed noting in such a way as to render the oascino insoluble and thereby, causing it. to separate out. If tho curdled milk bo thrown upon a cloth and pressed therein, a nearly blear liquid [the whey) passes- through, and tho c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

When the mail-clad lords and barons of England on the 9th. day of June, 1215, com pelled the erstwhile lying and tergiversating' monarch of the realm to sign the Magna Oharta ;' one of the grandest clauses of the Great Charter was that which ran thus : — 'No freeman shall be taken, or imprisoned, or disseised, or outlawed, or banished ; nor will we pass upon him, nor will we condemn him, unless hj the lawful judgment of his Peers, or hj tho law of the land. ' We will sell to no man, we will deny to no man, either jus tice or right.' ' No free man shall be taken or imprisoned.' Those are truly significant words. The magistrates of the territory, who have power to sign warrants to take and impale free critizens, should commit these words to their inner memor}' ; for the Justices are our 'peers,' to somo extent, within the significance here indicated. A few days ago we directed the atttention of our readers to a case — Huxley v. Kalucy — in which we believed the defendant was undully p...

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novelist. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Ifoovelist. BY/SLOW DEGREES. ' A STOEY OF AUSTBALIA. ; 'By: ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. .;' .AUTIIoh 01' 'THAT KELLOW rAIlNESH.' :;'??;; chapter vi. !?:-???;' 'Bedad! it's well off wo are for farrincrs : ? now, Misthor Harry,' said Tim to me, a few '?:'- days after tho Count's arrival. ' What wid ??.:.' Miss Kompsford, an' tho Booahion, an' the :. ;? Count an' his chotterin' little divil of a sarvant, it's larnin' fan-in lingoes meself I'll bo in mo oiild ago, wid lioarin' them jibbcr-jiibbcrin' at each other 1' Tim was lying trout-flies in his little sanctum besido the stables, while, loaning against tho doorway, I smoked my afternoon cigar as I watched him. ' My fathor would ceaicoly liko to henr you speak in that way of the Count, Tim,' I re marked. ? /'lax pardon, Misther Harry, if I spoko a httlo freo. Sure it's no disrespect I intinded to tho gintloman, for ho is a rnal gintlcman, in spito of his quare ways. Oh I but it's .forgottin' I am to toll yo what ho said about . tho BooBhian...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 2 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. Lehom oim cohhespondent.T SYDNEY. Wednesday, 2 r.ar. The tanquot to Sir Henry Parkes at Molbourno was highly successful ; and Sir Henry met with an enthusiastic reception. In his speech ho painted a splendid future for Australia, dopro catod jealousies botwoon tho two colonios, and advisod that tho colonios bo unitod in sotting up to tho world an oxamplo of good Govornmont. Tho Quoonsland football team was dofoatod by ono goal and four trios to ono trio. Tho claim of tho Atlas Foundory Company, in connection with tho Darling Harbour compensa tion, has boon settled at tho Governuiont valuation. Mr. Mills has mado a deduction of nearly halt a million from tho original amounts claimed. Mr. John Davies, O.M.G., was ontoi'tainod at a complimentary tea-moating last night, Mr, W. M.Aldorson presided. Resolutions justify ing his appointment to tho Liconsing Bottch, and oxprossivo of sympathy, woro cavrioil. In his spooch ho stated that ho refused to accopt ...

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Poetry. DRIFTING. A BONNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

, ' : 'fl-octv\-. DRIFTING. A BONNET. Pabi (doping mcadowB swept with now-mown hay, Post sodgy nooks tho wild nwan Iovob to know, A broad Htrcam gently glides, with plaoid flow, Hosialless, halting not by night or day. And with it wand'ring weeds and grassos stray, xorn irom inoir nomca, born needless to and fro; And with it, too, tho laden hay-boats go, Drifting, yot guided on tlioir destined wny. Oh Lito I on your broad stream wo all must 1, , speed; ^ By meadow or by wood wo cannot rest I f- Yot this wo know: unliko tho drifting wood, 'Ti8 ours to steor tho courso that wo deem best, And loavo n track that gleams, boyond our will, To guido posterity for good or ill. Guonai; Wjsatiikiii,y.

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

EiOCABi HKTEIiMMSEJirCJE. — ? e ? TnE Rev. Dk. Kelynack,— It is notified in our advertising columns that tho gifted and popular lecturer, tho Eov. Dr. Kolynack, will address tho publio in tho Nowra Wosloyan Church, this evening. As a pulpit and platform orator, the rov. goutloinan is too woll known to require introduction in theso columns ; and no doubt his audionce will bo largo, though tho tiuio of notice is brief. our mom. of tho proceedings at last Tuesday night's Nowra Council meeting' it will bo seen that amongst tho work recommended by tho Recreation Rosorvo Committee was tho construc tion of a concrete wickot on tho most approved plan at tho Recreation Roservo, Nowra. Tho work \vill bo paid for out of tho special grants for improving tho rosorvo, and as tho wicket is to bo like tho ono at Cootamundra, it will cost probably not less than £30 ; though inudo by the council's regular servants. Comekong. — We loarn that a school under tho Department of Education was opened at Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

IIOLLOWAY'S OlSJ-'MESr -VN'D PlLLS.— l'i'tulns, pilos, excoriations, and strictures aro sppcdilv loiioNPil und ultimately romovod by applying this Ointment niter fonuenliition with warm wntei. Pel sons suffering from tho-,0 scourges of tho human friimo shnulil arrest thoir pio™rep« at onco, for it is both insidious and mpid. Fistulas, if hm» allowed to go unchecked, not only woakon the nervous system bnt destioy hie. Tho soonor tHoso inestimable loinedies me n^id the uioie eorfcivin is buccess, vot none need ile»p»ir; hop»lnss cases luwo likewise vieldoil, and the suiioipr btwu sivi'd a painful do,\th. In oxcoi i.itioiu a, fow applica tions of this healing Ointment oft'ocfc n cuio, ?tthilo the Pills, conjointly with li, nro especially bonpficinl 111 iel.t\ins; uud lemoning stnctuios, whiitevoi'iheir situation or duration.— Adv.: ' The Miii who Vends 01 Imports. — As many do, an imitation or c^untoiteitof a popular niodicinnl coidial drimk'M-v thVVn.iuLi, kiunying wlmt he vends or im...

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Moss Vale Police Court. August 9th, 1882. (Before Messrs. Wilshire, P.M., W. M'Court, A. D. Badgery, and G. Tato. THE POLICE V. MATTHEW [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

JlKoas Vale Police Court. fynOM A COKItESFONDENT.) August 9th, 18S2. (Boforo Mossrs. Wilshire, P.M., W. M'Court, A. D. Badgory, arid G. Tato; THE I-OLI0E V. MATTHEW KALUOY. Tho defendant in this caso was charged with having committed wilful and corrupt perjury at Moss Valo on tho 19th July last. ', Defendant pleaded not guilty. \ ' ' .''; : : :; .' ., ? ; Mr. Thomson, of Sbpnlhayon, appeared for tho dofondunt. .'.-.?'?. .-.,.,;. :v: :. ..??: Tho proceedings in this caso aroso i out of : another caso between tho samo parties heard at' Moss Valo on tho 19th Julv last, in which T. .T. Huxloy, of Moss Vale; blacksmith,; charged Kalucy with having absented himself from his hived service and having ontorod , that of Mr. Georgo Thomson's, of Nowra; coachbuilrlor. On that occasion Kalucy swore amongst other things that at the tiiiio ho loft; Huxley owed him wages to tho n mount of £1 8s and that he could get no material in Huxley's shop to work on. In having inade theso staternots it was al...

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The Antiquity of Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

'Wlw-, AntiiiuUj off E'jgy&ttf. '\Vi. look with 11 soiiM) of htiained or impor l'pit porlVition ut many of tho old iiiiLilos.iai-- tiail and othor buildings in our own land. Thoy bi'Din to us homy with iigo. 15ut wlmt is n dumtion of, mi^, s,oino (i()0 yoaiH, eoiu pmod with (1ml of tlu1 Great Pyuunid, built, acuordinir to tho least aneioiit comimtation of its duto, -l2o() yours ago? Thoro aro gruvo authorities which: dotcnuino it to bo much older. It is impossible for tho mind to grusp and ronlixo snoh a spuoo of timo. Wiion4 howovoiy wo tliiiilc ofAtho witness to still moro distant ages) rovoujed by tho con struction of tho Pyramid itself ; whon wo discover by tho marks of the workmen upon its mutorialb that llioy woro acquainted with tho decimal notation ; whon wo find onor mous blocks of stono in tho interior fitted with a niroty which almost defies tho sonrch of a joint ; and whon wo poor further into tho dim past, and try to upprohond tho long growth of civilisation whi...

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Original Correspondence. A Comerong Grievance. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Original Correspondence. ? ^ ? A CoiiieroiiR fiji'ieviuiec. Sill, — Tho interests of retiring and bashful men are often mado subsorviont to thoso of mnro demonstrative and pushing individuals. As witli private individual:), so with commmiitios. Tims must wo account, I suppose, for tho neglected stato of Comorong interests ; so if you will kindly allow mo to trespass on your valuablo space (that's tho way itH usually put, isn't it ?) I would liko to vontilnto a Comerong grievance, viz., tno want oi a punt at uomorong. it is tlio universally recognised duty of evory Govorn mont to provide for tho propor occupation and working of its territory. Largo sums of money nro annually voted by tho l'urlininunt of Now South Wales for tho construction and repair of publio rands, bridgos, otn. It is tho duty of tho Parliamentary representative of any district to boo that his oloctorato receives its fair .sharo of such vote Thus it would appear, at first sight, that on Mr. Rosoby, our u. ember, re...

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The Education Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

- TTIiie !il«3?B-Da4si«BB B5egjna'i}8sa«a8if. The results of the December examinations of tho public hehool teachers wero not made known to the examinees until Inst May, and tho public who havo to supply- nearly the whole of the funds, for' the Bupport of tlio public school system, wero not supplied with iiuy luioruifibiuu uu bnu suujuuu ut uu. J.UU results were so extraordinary, nenrly every teacher who was examined having failed, that the , public attention was naturally directed thereto, whonMtwas soon discovered that the Department,^ Public Instruction was in a fair way of becoming completely disorganited at no distant date. The sovpro and just criticism which was the outcome of that discoveiy, has had a benoficial effect, for.it has caused tho Minister to rouso up tho officers of tho Department ; and' under tho pressure brought to bear upon them, these overworked gentlemen have succeeded in accomplishing in five weeks what pre viously, it took them fivo months to achieve. It is...

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Meetings to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

83- Meetings to be Held. - Good Templar's Lodgo meets at Nowra August 17, 1882, at 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Bllawurra Witeiun KaviRatEou ? €oni[9H»y. ??'.,. ? TIME TABLE ? From Sydney. (Evory ^f^* I?rulay Froin Groonwoll ( Monday, 7 a in , Thursday, Point. {? 8 a.m. ,' FAKES Cabin, SOs; Return (Cabin), »O»; Steerage, 13h tld. : ; ???; ; : e. manning, ' \ Mnnagor teiiisllBli fceoUiHls mid AuHtrnHim CI-iirtcreiill°BCaiih. rpHE BUSINESS of tins B VNK \nll , for tho X ' future bo conducted in fclio NTTAV PRE MISES in KingJiom-strcot next tho Prcsbj toi inn church. ? BOBT. PINLAYSON Manager, Nowra, 12th January, 18S1 R. LANGLBYr CO3Vri^EIS£5IOIsr PRODUCE AGENT, TA SMANIAN JAM § Fit UIT B£POT, ; 02 SUSSEX-S'ILI.1.1, _. ? Y D N E Y . ? EGBERT MEIKLEJOOT, (Late Thome and Mei - lijoh n J Co mm i s s i o n Agent, : SUSSEX STREET, Botweoii King and Market Streets, ' -. .' SYDNEY. EAWEEH AID VAffGE, .Commission -Agents, '' ' 103J,SusSKxSnri.i, . :???..' SYDNKY ELLiE.&COTffiPAF2\ ailway' Auction moduce depot, 703, George-street, South Sydnoy. Cattle, SCscop, and Koihe te.sJesmcra. H'ro'du-!e A...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

B1EA.TM. Hogan. — At tho residence of his father, Boma derry. Shoalhaven, William, oldost son of Mr. Patrick Hogaii, aged 41 years. — Iieqnes eat in pace. TUB Published every Thursday Morning. - : ' THTJESDAY, AUGUST 17. 1882.

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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Mlioaltaavcn Shipping IntcIHttcnce. '!%:,'' EXPORTS. *£&Pct JtHawarra, Cnptain Qartlo, on the 3rd .Tnlj\ To Sydney : Iftljnra maize, 34 kegs butter, SS baskets flslij 18 ciues eggs, lSOJXGet boards, II bnffa oysters, 1 enso bncoil, 2 bugs bnemi, 1 .b'unalb wild ducks, 2 bags leather, lot boggnRC nml sundries. To Kjetnm : 11 dozen pumpkins, 20 bags miiizo. .IWIllawarrn, Captain Gurdo, on tlie Gth July. To Sydney : 66 b'ags maize, 147 kegs butter. 20 pigs, Hi cares cprgs, 0 packages leather, 18 cheeses, J9 baskets (lsh, 3 hags oysters, 4 hides, 1 caso tallow, 8 coops poultry, 6 bags bacon, 2 cases 'bacon, lot luggage, and sundries. To ICiama : 1 bag leather, lot luggage, 10 bags maize, 10 pigs, 1 bale chaff. To Wollon -gong : 6 bags maize, 4 cases. Per niawarra, Captain Garde, on tlie 10th ,Tuly. To Sydney : 170 bags maizo, SS) Kegs butter, 152S feet timber, 21 baskets firii, 9 cases cgjrs, 5 bjiffs »nd 1 case bacon, 3 bags oysters, 3 horses, and sundries. To Kiama : 4 bngs ma...

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An Interesting Emigrant. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Am Hnterestfns Emigrant. An emigrant ship that loft Gravosond for Aus tralia tho other day, carried away from England an individual, who, had his claim to bo lionised boon proporly and judiciously ' sot boforo a discriminating British public, might hnvo created as great a furore, in tho way of an exhibit, as the immortal Jumbo itself. Ho was no other, if his word might bo taken for it, than tho last surviving Vauxhall waiter. Not tho Yauxhall of comparatively modern times, dwindled down to the insignificance of tho third-rato suburban tea-garden, bat tho old original ' paradise of tho South,' renowned for its any number of thousand oxtra lamps, and patronised as a place of fashionablo resort by real lords and ladies, and occasionally by personages even moro exalted. But tho veteran in question was not in his old ago honoured by tho nation ho had served so assiduously when in his professional prime. Indeed, had it not been for an nnox liected and wonderful windfall of rmnil limit- . ...

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Opening of the New Roman Catholic Church, Gerringong. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Opening of the HKexv Sl»«ian Catholic Church, GJcrringonK. On Sunday Inst the now Catholic Ohurcli ni Gerringong, wns oponod by His Grnco, Archbishop Ynuglian, in the presence of a very largo gntherinp: of peoplo. A numerous cavalcade mot tho Archbishop near Kinmn, nnd escorted him to the Church, which was Wollongong. Tho very Eev. Dean Flanagan celebrated Mass, after which Dr. Yaughan delivered a most eloquent sermon, talcing for his text that portion of the 111 psalm ' Glory and wealth shall l-o in his house.' His Grace was listened to throughout with rapt attention, and concluded his address by an earnest appeal to all present, to malco a great effort to clear off the debt that still remained on the sacred edifice. A collection was then made and about £230 wore sub scribed in the building. Tho church stands in a prominent position, a littlo off the main road, in the midst of a plot of ground con taining two acres. The walls are of brick, [? rubble basalt— Ed. S. T.~\ on a stone f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

?\TTANTED, a usoful/ofeL. Apply, MltsT VV E. C. HEWLEiyr, TJTowra. Kiuina Agrlii-»ltural Associntlon. A mUAL.PLOUGHJ/rG MATCHES will XJL take placo in Mr//*orgo Loo's paddock, ' Gorringong,- on WEIMeSDAT, 27ra SEP TEMBER NEXT. ' ) Particulars in futuro issue. . ?.;- JAMES SOMEBVniUs, ? ' ? ;?.'.'. -?- ??????? ;? ?',.. . . . ..- ? Sacrotnry. ON. and after this date nnv CATTLE found TOESPASSING on Wollomiu Run will bu impounded. A- 1-/ J / E. S. ROWE. 18th July, 1881. ' LEoTOrK ~~y t)EV. DR. KELri Af!K will LECTURE at tti -tho WESFjEM r« CHURCH, NOWBA, THIS (THUHSD^Sf) EVENING, at 7 p.m., in connection with tho 1? iroign Mission. Admission : ( NE SHILLING. KTotice -b -thvner.' ' — ~ f J /° rTTHERE is now rJi nimVat WoJlMnit, a Red X BULLOOjfl/ii 1 lAld^MTBranued 11 G on off rump. Knfiot rofiiovod, it will bo im pounded. I L_ ; / E. S. ROWE, / Wollomia. HAVING mndo / irrnngomonts with Mil. HENRY B03 11ALL, nf Orown-atroot, Wo'llongong, with, n ;nrd tfrrmiy Outstanding Accounts, I horob...

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Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camden Co-operative Company (Limited). SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

»- Commercial Intelligence. South Coast and West Camtlcn Co operative Coiupiuiy (limited). m Sydney Mauket Phioes. .-^BBolow wo givo general quotations. ' ▼ £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, best, por lb . 0 2 0 to 0 2 6 Ditto, seconds ditto .010 ,, 0 1 .6 Bacon, ditto ? 00 5 „ 00 8 Chooso,porlb .... 0 0 8 „ 0 0 10 Ditto 2nd and in f 01 ior 0 0 7 „ 0 0 0 Pigs, ? 0 15 0 ,, 2;10 0 Calves, oach ? 0 8 0-,, 1 5 0 Hides ? .'.. 0 10 0 ' „ 1 5 0 Calfskins, oach ? 0 U 0 „ 0 10 Tallow, por ton ? 28 0 0 '„ 32 0 0 Maize, porbushol.dull 0 5 0',, 000 Wheat, por bushel .. 0 5 6 „ 0 6 6 Barloy, (English) . 0 3 6 , „' '0 -i 0 Ditto, (Capo) ditto . . 0 3 6 „ 0 4 0 Oats, ditto ? 0 3 3 „ 0 4 0 Hay (oaten) por ton.. 6 0, 0 ,,' ? 9 0 0 Ditto(lueorno)ditto.. 6 0 0 ,, 8 10 0 Potatoes ditto ? 0 10 0 „ 5 5 0 Fowls, por pair .-. .. 0 4, 0 „ 0 5 6 Ducks, ditto ? 0 5 6 ,, 0 6 0 Geoso, ditto ? 0 6 0 „ 0 8 0 Turkeys, ditto ? 0 0 0 „ 0 18 0 Eggs, por dosson ? 0 12 „ 0 13 Commorcial Storos, Sussox-stioot, Sydney, August 12, ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. The "Illawarra Mercury" on the 'Shoalhaven Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

JffilgCElLIiAWlEOUg. ? : ? ♦ ? ? . The 'IBawarra Mercury' or the 'SHoalhaven Railway. Now that the permanent survey for the Ula warra Bailway is . nearing Kiama, the point to which Parliament ha3 sanctioned theconstruction of the lino, it is high time that a trial survey should be made for the continuation of the rail woy from thence to Jervis vBay. From the ? inception of . the Metropolitan; and Mawarra Eailway movement, tho avowed intention of the fnrfimnst. Rrtvnnatfi of tho nroiect was to havo the deep wators of Port Jackson and Jerri8 Bay connected by rail intorsocting Illawarra and the fertile fields of Shoalhaven. Long, sovore, and disheartning as was the struggle, the object in view has been attained as far as the securing of a vote by Parliament for tho construction of a ' railway from Sydney to Kiama. This is a great advantage gained, but is only a portion of what was asked for, what is needed, and what must be attained. About tho extension of the railway from Kiama to Jer...

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