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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. Hastings Cuningham and Co. held their second wool sale of the season at their warehouses on Nov. 5, and submitted a catalogue of 3,400 bales, amongst which were some fine samples of greasy wool of exceedingly sood quality, and in light condition. These wools were from Kiverina stations, and were very much admired, lluycrs showed every desire to do business, and made bids up to last week'3 rates. The reserves on a few of the finer clips were slightly in excess of buyers' valuations, causing some with drawals from the catalogue, but 1,^00 bales found purchasers, in addition to which S!)I bales were sold by private contract during the past week. Greasy sold at from 8<l to 12jd per lb; scoured, 18(1 to Uljd per lb ; fleece, I7d to 2Qd per lb.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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HINTS ABOUT THE PREVENTION OF SCARLET FEVER. (Health Society's Circular.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

HINTS ABODT. THE PREVENTION OP SCAKLET FEVEIt. • ;'' (Health Societif.s. Circular.) ■ The Council of tlio Australian, Health Society hope that parents, and pothers iwill read this paper' carefully,., and adopt the instructions which it contains, and any others given by the medical attendant having the same end in view. Scarlet fever is a very infectious •and a very dangerous disease—a mild case ia as infectious as a severe one—, and scarlet fever is never so mild as that it may not in the long run prove dangerous to life; or even fatal. One case of scarlet fever is always derived , from some other. It is therefore.the duty of every parent or person who has charge of a case, to remember that they' are • responsible, for a disease .wliich tends to spread/and to adopt such precau tions as will prevent it from doing so. These are all embraced in tho words isolation and disinfection:— . ■ . . - i ,,,.. : Isolation.—Isolation means .:thc. separa tion of the sick "from the neighbourhood of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

Special Advertisements. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL WARE HOUSES, MELBOURNE.. 11. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. BEGr to -announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that tlieir Warehouses arc now ready for the Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season; and that'they aro prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON I'AVOUItAULE TBRMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will beheld on each Monday and Wednesday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. Tliey act as Selliug Brokers onlyf&nd con stituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for auy Consignments with which they may bo favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage. and Display of Wool to the best advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Rooms are con* ven...

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ALFRED TOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

ALFKED TOWN RACES. This little annual race meeting came off yesterday, niid-wns, us-usual, veiy well'at tended. The raccs -were pretty "well contested/ and everything passed oil successfully. The Hostess, Mrs. Power, provided a capital lun-< chcon, and the liquid comforts seemed to1 be well patronised. Shortly after noon the bell , wing for theiirsfc race— •The Maiden Plate, of 5 sovs j wciglit:£or age.}'. once round thc-course. . T. Troy's b m ... - ' ..v 1 G. Power's bg . —f- > < ... • •• '2 Q-. Lintolt's eh g Spring '3 Won pretty easily, after a good race. Alfred Town Plate, of 8 sovs; handicap' twice round... -••••< E; Diner's b.g Reformation ... ' ... 1 J. Pierce's g g Tommy Dodd . ... 2 T; Dodd's g g Snowden ... :.. 3 Counter Jumper nnd Beadsman also started. Counter Jumper was mostly fancied in the .betting.- Reformation went off with a strong lead, and on passing the, stand the' first time had a lead of 30, lengths, which his jockey whs tr...

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

APPROACHING LAND. SALES. ADKuCN<J- • Saturday, November 13; Wednesday Dec. 8. Ualuanald— n Wednesday, November 17Friday, Dec. 10": Saturday. Dec. 11. coiiowa— "Wednesday, November 17 ; "Wednesday De cember 8. Deniliquin Tuesday, Nov. 10 : "Wednesday^ Nov. 17'; "Wednesday, December 8. ^ . Fokdes— "Wednesday, November 17; "Wednesday, Dec. 8; Friday, December 10. " Hay— "Wednesday, Nov. 17 ; "Wednesday, December 8: Friday, December 10. Tumut— "Wednesday, Nov. 17; Wednesday, Dec. 8. "Waooa Waoua— Monday, Nov. 16; Monday, Novomber 20; Saturday, December 11. gttenpell— . "Weduesday, November 17. Gukuaoai— Friday, November 10. UllOCA— "Wednesday. November 17.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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WAGGA WAGGA BAND PICNIC AND ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

\YAGGA WAGGA BAND PICNIC AND' ATHLETIC SPORTS. Tho members of tho Wagga Band colc brated tho Prince'of Wales Birthday by a Picnic and Athletic Sports, held on tho river bend below tho Bridgo. About ten o'clock they assembled at the Mechanics' Institute, and were joined their by tho Odd Follows,/ who marched in procession to tho scene of the day's amusements, followed by a great number of the townspeople bent 011 holiday keeping. The day was very fiuo, if any thing a little too warm for violent oxercise ; hut the several competitors at tho games seemed little distressed by tho heat. A liberal luncheon was provided, and a full supply of cakes and other good things for the young people. Tho arrangements of tho refreshment part of the proceedings were excellent, and were under tho supervision of a Committee appointed for the purpose. Throughout the day the Hand played several selections of dance music, and as tho ground had been fenced, and tho turf well prepared for the purpose, dancin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UOTION. November 10.— A. T. Bolton* — Freehold properly, • Australian Hotel, 2 o'clock. November 10.—"NVilkinhon, Hank, Minciiin, and Co.—Dairy cattle. November 10.—CJ. Maiil — Draught horses, Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock. November 18.—"Wilkinson, Hank, Minciiin, and Co.— Freehold property, North "Wagga, 3 o'clock. Nov. 22.—linocic Sc Unou(JiiTUN"—Station property, i Lurrowa-street, Young, 12 o'clock. November 25. —"Wilkinhon, ITaxk, Minchin, and Co.—Steers, coiyb, and heifers, Pastoral Hotel Yards, 2 o'clock. December 7.—G. A. Elliot-Pure Shorthorn bulls and draught stallions, "NYugga Wagga. January 7.—It. Gibson & Co.—Pure Shorthorns aud Hercfords, atColac, 11 o'clock.

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MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

MAKEIED V. SINGLE, .This annual match;, was. commenced ou Saturday, and was played with such results as are given below. So far as the game has gone as yet, there is not very much in favor of eithoiythe oiio.side or tho other; but still it is,to be feared the youthful energy of the bachelors will prove too much for tho ponderosity and stiffness of the benedicts. The-principal features of tho play ou Satur day were, for the married, the batting of Mackiunon in both innings, with 20 and 35, not out,/and the batting in tlio first inniugs of Durie for 22. The bowling also 9f Mackinnon proved destructive as tho scores , show. For the single the best innings was played by Tompson with* 17, although Bax with 29, not out, made more. Mackinnon captained the Married, and Tompson the Sin^lj; and Messrs. Eldred and Clayton, umpired. The scoring was done by Mr. Tugwell. This game will bo finished on Saturday, commencing at 2 o'clock. * Appen ded is tho score :— . Marmkd. yillKT INNIKGH. HtCOND I...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

"WEEKLY CALENDAR. . Days op AVkkk. Su.v. Rises Sets. Moo x. Rises Sets. tl. M. ii M A M a M 11 Wednesday ft (1 fl w 8 11 io r»o 11 Thursday 4 fill « SKI II 7 11 15 12 Friday .. ...... 4 5t G 31 10 4 ? 18 Saturday .. .. 4 bl 0 31 :i o 12 28 14 Sunday 4 r»o n a9 12 fl 1 11 lb Monday 4 Wl « «»> 1 11 2.14 u; Tuesday .. 4 W. 0 .*W 2 14 :i 20 Moon's J'jiahkm.—•Nmvcmukk. First Quarter • Saturday, Gtli, 7.59 p.m. Full Moon—Saturday, I3tli, 0.35 p.m. Last Quarter—Saturday, 20tb, 10.42 p.m. Now Moon—Sunday, 2Sth, U.4D a.m.

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CRICKET. WAGGA v. NEWTOWN. CUP MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

CRICKET. WAGGA v, NEWTOWN. CUP MATCU. lho first Cup Match between tho old niul now local clubs was played yesterday, re* Bulting in an easy victory to tho former by ten wickets. The game was commenced nt about 11 o'clock, and finished at 5..'JO. To the surprise of not a few tho Newtownians made a poor disnlay in both innings, the great star, J. Galvan, not coming oil, and the rest of the team, with the exception of Daley, wero shelled out like peas. Tho old jlub's team, on tho other hand, played a itcady innings. Their bowling, esneci^a: lluit of Totnpaon, was remarkably good, and their fielding;was also creditable. For the young clu-b the beat trundling by far was that of »T, Galvin. Iu tjro batting Durio, Gowllaud, Sinitb, Tompson, and Mackinnon acquitted themselves well for the Wagga Club. As stated before, Daley, with 16, run out, ami 30, not out, was tbe only man who mndr a stand for Newtown, Wc regret to say that some unseemly disputes, calling the de cisions of the Umpires in...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

STOCK AND STATION HliPpltTS. SYDNEY. ?»Icssr3. Harrison, .Tones mid Devlin (November 0) report :~"\V('ol.- l,ftl2 catalogued, ],0S0 sold. Each week the auks aro becoming more important, but up to the present time the bulk of the wool arriving has been in the greaf.o, ami ft considerable quantity ha> been shipped in this state. Tliis week's cal°s wc noted more competition, and in fcveral instances better price", which wc attribute to its being the last sale that shipper* can lie certain of securing freight by ships likely to c^tcli I he February Bales. Good free and lout; stapled wools were in strong demand, and could he sold at full values, while seedy and faulty lots could only ho quitted at low figures. Fleece sold from Wjil to itfWt: greasy, j*jd to I If! ; 1 lot superior Atlljd; scoured, from to 10JO : no go id lots offered. Sheepskin*.—Prices for these were quite up to the sales of last week, but wc ate inclined to think as the season advances, more especially if we do not h...

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HOW TO GROW TREES TO PAY. (South Australian Register.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

HOW TO GROW TREES TO PAT. (South Australian liegistcr.) It is a question whether a Forest Board will bo able to show how this can be done any better than private persons are now doing in various parts of the country. One has not far to go to see for himself how it can be done. On the farm of Mr. Jesse Ridley, about a couple of miles north of Salisbury, on the Gawler Plains, and near the railway, may bo seen from throe to four acres of gums and wattles, growing most luxuriantly in country where they neither are nor ever were known to grow within the memory of the oldest white people. Sixteen yearB since Mr. Ridley took up a young seedling red gum with his pocket-knife, and took it home and planted it near his residence. It is now a magnificent tree 42 feet iti height, and measuring five feet in girth at six feet from the ground. Ten years ago Mr. Ridley planted about an acre of redgum in rows about six feet apart on the site of a fruit garden which did not do well, and those are now ...

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THE VULGAR CLASS. (Liberal Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

THE VULGAR CLASS. (Liberal Rcvkw.) A specimen of tliis is to be found in that class of young gentlemen who constantly indulge in tbo most sicken ing' pretensions to fashion and gran deur, speaking' of tbo actual possession of a carriage and footmen as indispen sable to their happiness ; if they attend a maiiiica musicale, an opera, as it is not for tbo purpose of enjoying the sweet charms of melody, but, as they will in variably take caro to impress upon your mind, to patronize it. Wo lmvc known this actually said by a young man whoso pareuts at one time filled a very menial position, but now are classified among onr moneyed aris tocracy. a position attained by spend ing tho best portion of their life in a course of (oil and rigid economy. Per fectly awaro, as thoy must bo, of this themselves, why do they for a moment encourage a courso of vain bombast and vulgarity in their children which cannot but disgust every reasonable thinking man ? From a constant liabit of vieing with each ...

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DEAD WOMEN'S HAIR. (Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

DEAD WOMEN'S HAIR. . ( Echo.) ' Just received, ex mail steamer, one case of human hair, all shades (some very pale).' It might be imagined that ,this is the season of the year when ladies 'moult;' if so, we can account for the, appearance of the above advertise ment, quoted from a daily paper. What a chance for lbs fair sex !—everything in thoir favour; those who have a pro pensity for being piebald, will not have much difficulty iu satisfying their crav ing, for 'a large stock of the most fashionable shapes, sizes, aud colours, is always kept ready for immediate uso.' No one, surely, would be surprised to see in a few dnys an advertisement to the following effect, 'Lost by a young lady, a roll of plats and a variogated chignon. If any gentleman find the aforesaid valuables, he will be hand somely, rewarded by returning them to the.owner.' But here the fair damsel would shield herself under cover of the gentleman's modesty, for whoever could have the face to offer to a lady a head c...

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HOW MR. HOLDYKR WENT TO BED IN SYDNEY. (Australian Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

HOW MB. HOLDYKR WENT TO 13ED IN SYDNEY. (Australian Journal.) 1 Doing eleven knots an hour, gon iloraeri, aiid n spanking- breeze dial's taking us up chanuel like a good 'uti ; so, if it holds on, we shall he off Ply mouth before daylight,' exclaimed Mr. Weatherit, the chief officer, as he ontored tho snug purser's cabin of the good ship Dorset. ' Have a glass of wine, Weutherit p ' said our host, Mr. M|Finney, as ho passed a bottle of Clicquot to his fellow-officer. ' Well, I don't mind if I do,' said Weatherit, pouring, himself out a bumper of the foaming; liquor, and, with a nod in tended to include the company gene rally,- tossed.it off with an appreciative after-smack delightful to see. • We were a merry party of five assembled in the comfortable little state-rooui that'night' to - take a parting glass to gether, .and bid each other farewell after a more than usually fair ; aud prosperous voyage. Ship-board is [i place that either breeds squabbles or likings, as an old sea-capt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

IMPOUND J NOS. Ten-mile Cinir.K.—On 22nd October, from Carra bobala.by Mr. Eliot llcrlot. euui due nt (Into of notice set after each animal:—Red and white cow, cock horns, llko »-2 over indescribable brand near rump, fls lid: red and white hctfer calf, no visible brand, 10s lid. To be sold 38th November. South Gu.vpaoai.—On 2flti» October, from Gillen groo, by It. Stanley ; sum due at date of noticc. 13s.: —Grey horse, lumps on knees, JIM near shoulder, broken. Grey mare, collar-marked. T or 1 off shoul der. Brown marc, broken, H over C near shoulder. I5ro\ni horse, off hind foot white, TG near shoulder, S in circlo near ribs. To lie sold November 18. Tumut.—On 24th October, from Tumnt Plains, by Brown and Harris ; sum due at date of notice set after each animalWhite horse. ET near shoulder ; 8s. Od. Also, on same day, by Mr. \V. 1\ Vyner:— Hay mare, like 00 near shoulder: 7s. Cd. To be sold November 18. Ujiana.—-On October 25, from Borcc Creole, by Mr. J. Jackson : sum due at date ...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

MELBOUKNE WOOL MAGKET. •Messrs. It. Goldsbrough and Co. reportWool— We catalogued 4.102 bales for our sale, hurt sold 2,020 bales nt auction ; also, 1.500 bales by private contract after the sale, nod during the week, making y,r>70:baka disposed of. Prices continue about tho same as l.ist week, and there is a good demand. Our nalcs include—Greasy, at from Sd to 13}d, the latter for 72 bales hoggets' and ewes', from Harrow Plains, N.S.W.: scoured bellies and pieces, lf>|{d to 22d; scoured locks. 13id to 14d ; and fleece, l&Jri to 253d : the latter for 131 bales from the Western District "branded Tara. Sliccj>Hkins—The supply sold during the week was rather short of the averago, and prices realised were slightly lower owing to the races. Wo, however, look for improvement when business has been again steadily resumed. Butchers' skins are worth from 4s to Us 3d : dry do, 3s to 5s (Id do; station do, 4d to 7jd. Hides—Prices aro similar to those ruling lately, but the dem...

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FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE' ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE ' .'.P.'.'-J /''' ':' - or the' AKIUVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AIIRIVAI.H.* . : From Sun. Moti. Tuc. Wed xi»u7 Fri, Sat. Sydney.; .. 7 0 0 0 0-0 7 0 7 0 .0 0 Tarcutta .. 7; 0 ,7 ; 0 7,.° Juncc .. .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vass .. .. fl 0 0 0 • " 0 0 Dcuillqulti .. 11 30 11 30 11 30 11 no Urana .. .. 11 so 11 SO U :m> 11 30 Ilay .... 8 30 8 80 Narandcra .. a 30 8 30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Albtiry.. .. 7. 0 7 0 7 0 7>.. 0 7 • 0 .7>: o 7 0 Cookandlna.. 7 0 7' 0 7 '0 7 0 7ft 7 0 7 0 Clarendon .. 0 30 fl 30 DEI'AllTUKES For Sun. Mon. Tub. Wed Tim. Frl. Sat. Sydney.. .. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 0 0 0 0 0 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 TarcntU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jtineo .. 3 15 3 16 ,. f 3 15 Yam . . am. 3 15 3 16 a.m. a.m. 3 1ft a.m. DeniKquin .. 8.0 ]).in. f 8 0 p.m. ,8 0 p.m. .3 0 p.m. Urana .. .. 10 45 10 45 10'45 10 45 ITny .. .. 2 0 2 0 Nnnuidera < . .2-0 2 0 a.m. a.m. Albtiry.. .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 G 0 0 0 G 0 Cookandina.; o ;o G 0 0 0 C , 0 G 0 0...

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

APPROACHING LAND SALES. Adblcnu- • '' • ' , Saturday, Novombor la; Wednesday Due. 8/ Baliiakald— . Wednesday, Novoinber 17 ;. Friday, Dec.-10 ; Saturday, Dcc. 11.- ' |v • collowa—■. i; / r - ! • '5 5 i. . .Wednesday, November 17-;1 -Wednesday De cember 8. ., ; \ Deniliquin-- ' ' ' "r j • 1 1 • Tuesday, . Nov. 10 : Wednesday, Novvl7; Wednesday, December 8 i ' ' * • Wednesday, November 17; Wednesday, Dec. :8; Friday, December 10. ^ Hay Wednesday, Nov. 17 ; Wednesday, Dccomber 8 5 Friday, December 10. Tumui— . ...... J Wednesday, Nov.'17; Wednesday, Deo 8. Wa«oa Waooa— !• ■ Monday,. Nov. 15; . Monday, Novombor 20 ; Saturday, December 11. gllknfell—. Wednesday, November 17. Gundacjai— Friday, November 10. Uiuna— ■ • • i i ; i •< •• ' i Wednesday. November 17.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

WANTED. -VTTANTED, A HOUSEMAID mul LA.UN W DllESS. Apply BELMORE HOUSE. , , .E. M.. JONES. Novcmbor.l2,»1875.' ■ tuo.o ANTED, n ! HOUSEMAID. Apply ' 'MRS. I'liRRIN, n t . Criterion Hotel. • • tro.e - WANTED, u GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to ■.JIKS. W. RAND, -.it Opposito;l'iiblio Soliool. i LAC ICS MIT II WANTED. Apply , , DENIS KAVANAGJI ••Vy. ( Sabiwtnpol. - WANTED, TEAMS, TO CART PERMANENT WAY KAILS FROM GUNNING TO BOWNING. 1 R ATI: : ONE SHILLING PER TON PER . MILE. A. & K AMOS, x • Main Gamp, Bowuing. ; lftu.1 ^ ANTED,"'FOUR; BRICKLAYERS Apply to* C. ALLEN, ■ Builder. Young. .in.c;/■ y/. V> I i■•7A'>!h\ {i;r/ 'i/7 D, a MAR1UEDJ [CO.UPLE, \V •.without Incumbrance;' as General Servants—the wife to Cook, Wash, and do Housework ; and'the Man/to make himself Generally Useful. Apply.to'' ) • JOHN] SMITH", Kyamba. tbb.m. , v • TTTANTED, MEN, witli TEAMS, cither VV horses or bullocks, to erect 20 miles, of Log-and-Uhock Fenciug at Buddigower and Wallandrv Stations. Apply to TH...

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