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THE LAND BOOM IN GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

THE LAND 3OOM IN GEELONG. (From our own Correspondent.) The property boom. hore continues .in this district, and the sales effected by the different auctioneers and cominimsion agents show that thelt is every cohfidence in tie prosperity of the town and suburbs. The property known oa Kanlinia, on the south Iank of the fBarivon IRiver, and op posite the Union and Alhion Wnllen mills, has been snMd by Mlr. WV. Sommers for LS.000 the pdrchasErs being a Melbourne syndicate. A large pisce of land at Bal mont, and having frontageso to the Co'ae road, 'asin also beldr idisposed of privately fora large mim of money, the properties dlsposed of in that locality totalling a sum of L25,000. Land in the neighborheod re ferred to broight L41 per acre. It was riumoured toilay (Friday), that the block of latid and 'luildings at the corner of Mallop and Moorabool streets ias been re sold at an adlvanco: of !esveral tliotisand poutnds: -. .

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE PROPOSED BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

. THE . PROPOSED. DUTTER. FACTOTY. At the'point of glinj to press we re ceived.the following telegram from hr. Petorkin, wlho'is't .present in Meolhorno: " Mr. K. Dow, of the," Allstralmsian,'t has promisled to loctireo at Traralgon within the norxt fortnight on .buItter factories aind cognate subjocts." This is gratify'ing news, and the matter is evidently in the right htijnda to bhe made a uiccess if it is at all p-acticablo,. Mr. Dolw's visit imay he anticipated with, pleasnro by agricultUaral int.; anld the mpublmc in gei0oril, as we can testify, from personal knowledge, that .Mr..Dm'. i ma. go-mtlo aman who , can intelli :gentlv and Iprfitablml disenorre on any asubjeact e cusa.?ay to speak upsmoa.-,Journ?al

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

Inlpou|ldii?s I31POUNDED at Trralgbn, i Ilr Mr. Nicholtl=. Trarmalon Creek I red cr?.n t.?e off iff car, slit aooar, it L off -halt?er and off rump. I st-awlerre cow. like triangle near rilb, ST. f.f .ehonldder anrd off rump. 1 brindle cow II 1, off shaonhler and off I rel and whn-ite cow. 11. 1 off shoulder and elf rtmor. Tresls'n 2S. per head. 1 red cow. It T, ,ff shourlder andl ff rnmp. like Ii ,or R near shmrlder., pIched hlole ff car. If not claimed and expenses paid will be sold atune 30th. 1CS. iv 31r hlreed One brown mare. star. lile IT near shoul der. take S or I near thigh. One brown h1roe foal rtrneatl One ltay nera.e like iiP 'r ltJ' n'nr srh'tll der Ontle hata- ?l.se.t, 1.lirl f,'oeko * wn-ltle. star and -ttna.. sna-hle nmre:. "intescrlte'! Ic blotch brand near shoulder, might bhe ". or .i OrE my horse, straand snip. ear lind freit lwhite. core back. C or G near slhltldler. Ollnelnown mare, star anll seip, two hind feet whit, like C near shoalder. One red ctr,. balrl fa...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

THEY SAY. A mnet ludicrous and childish incident occurredL?on a bltlih ?utihirhban station the otihr evening; the ae'torebheing a station master and his clerk. The latter was sup posed to; Io iit. chargewhvllnever his su perior oflicer was absent, and in order to d(note til dignity that wap devolved upon him, as a` duty, lie wore lthe'rehioving msa tionmlster's badge around his hat. But the cap of the stati6nrinaster, with its fas einating three Ihandis of goldein braid, was hanging:in the ofilee, and the sight proved too ten mpting for the ospiring junior, who doled his own inferior tile and donned the more aristocratic cap. Thus adorned lihe strutted the station proudly, biut an in dignant peacock in the shape of the sta tionmaster, whose fine feather had booeen temporarih appropriated, Idisturbed the vain. "p t1's p endo. A5 very' sharp ex charige of cotplifieits jiassed'let~oeen the two, and culminated in a very undignilied strugglu on'the platform for the Utuch corveted l.. tl ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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News from Europe NEW TORPEDO BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

News from Europe '(cono TRIP 'DAICIE.) NEW TOItPE UO 'BOAT. The new bhltel "crusler Orlando, whicdh :Iha just beene cnunissioned for Australia. will convey two torpeilo boats, to be lsed in connection with the Austrailian squad ron. 'The despatch boat Iris, has been :.elected for special work in- Australian ,waters. ACCIDENT ON THE IRIS. A serious accident took place on board thlle despatch boat Iris, which is to proceed to Australian, whilst the new guns with whicih she has been fitted wore being tested. Oneo of the Vavonur carriages was fractured and the gun disabled, but no one was injured. TIIE ORMD3Z APPLEP. Tihe blar.co of the apples shipped by the R.M.S. Ormuz have been disposed of at ls. TIHE CHINESE DIFFICULTY. In the course of his speech on the above subject in the House of Conlnuons, on Frintay last, Baron d' Wormls, the Under Secretary of. State for tihe Colonies, stated that the Imperianl. Overnmnent was not op posed tohe texclusion of Chinese from the colonies; .but it...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE RAMBLER. E.T.K. ON THE MURRAY & DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

THE RAMBLER. E.T, K. ON TIIE M3UIIIAY & DARLING. The course of our journey included the inevitable rail to Echuca, there to await the first boat hound for Wentworth, a town situate on the junction of the Murray and Darling ricers, some 700 miles listant. A pleasant prospect trully, is all who have expelienced the pleasure or misfortune of travelling on those river hoats, especially in tihe wool season can testify to; andl last but not least of all discotmforts, a journey involving at least a fortnight's or three weeks semi isolation fromn civiliza lion; a journey whose charms and plea noros I thought .not seductive enough to recompense ilt the etlnforced abselnce frollt one I never again lhelol alive. Weary, I awoke at last froml myn tholllhts s tilet wee hoirs advanced, andl Icetnok myself to thie land of dreams. There in imagination to engago in mlany a Iostile oncountor with the blacks-to chase thei emu and wihl t urkey. and huntt that cmrious animal that neither walks, n...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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FIRING AT A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

FIRING AT A CONSTABLE ---o- On MoInday morning last the atten tinn of Cron-otahle Nicholson was direct ed to, a sculle which was taking place in Little li urke street. T'rwo men had aii third in the grund, apparently robbingt Ilmn. The constable drew his handcuffs and ranll across to the party. 11e nalsed oner of tillemen who was identified as " ltutcher" lRyan what was up. Ryau replied " -- you," and ilmmediately fired i revolter point blank at the con stable, who had a rmost narrow escape. as the blullet whistled past his face. Tile contnable then?n struck RTan l blow with handcuffs which crashedr thrnrgh liis iht and inflicted i wonnnd which, hlow ever, did not disable himn. hnviu itlihi got up and lie and his mlate ran itl. The victim of the outrage also took to his heels and disappeared. The con stable followed them into Heffiernan's Lane, whlere aniother shot was fired at hlui. Rtyan continued his course, and darted into a yard, and as the constable was lpassing threw two heav...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

COMIIERCI.t L IN'I'EII,I( ESC?. STOCK. Marriage. Lawrensson and Laidlanw report at tlorwell there was a limited supplyof cnt tle forward. The attendatnce was good and I,rices up to recent rate. Sales.-Fat I1ul ocks to .£ Ils; springers to £L is ; helfers to £3 T17; cowssto £4 10s; cows with calvos at foot tot £4 Fo. tMarriage. Lawrrenon and Laidlaw report at Traralgon. Saturday. June 2nd :-Pigs. We had a good attendance of buyers and prices fully up to lost quotations, s.lips, (s 3d to St lid. stores I5s to 22s Otd, porkers 2tis ;d to:18s Od. Messrs A. tM'Lcan and Co report :-Un usually small supply of fat and store cattle at Malfra on Friday on Friday last. Fat Stock.-The demand for this class was good. and those forward sold readily at fully late rates. We sold cows, small and young, £4 15s to £5 Gs; bullocks, yoting, £5 10s to £7; springers, we yarded 13 mostly inferior orts and sold at following rates, £1 1 5s to £5 10s John English reports, under Idate of June 7th. Hld la clear...

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PETTY SESSIONS. JUNE, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

PETTY SESSIONS. JUNE, 1888. leyfield, Saturday, 9th at 11 n,tn Sulnollnsels issaued lridav Ist. Traralgon, W\ednusdays 13th and 27th, at 10 a.la. Suntnonses issued Tuesdays, 5th and 19th. Marwcell, Wednesday, 20th, 9.30 a.m. Summonses issued Tuesday 12th, M1oe, Saturday 16th. 10 a.m. Stum monses issttod Friday 8th. lirboa North. Wednlesday, 20th, 2 p.m. Summonses issued Tuesday, 12th. M, SaturlEN COU, t 5 . Moe, Saturday, 1filb, at 2.45 n.tn.

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

GAZETTE NOTICES. Land temporn:orily resoerved from sale Tangil.-Site for a State School (applicat ion 2920), also excepted fraom occupation for lining piurpoes or for residrlnce or business under any miner's right i'r buisinois license.-Two acres, county of Buln Buln, parish ofTangil il commnencing at tre smouth cast angle of tlie site. leing a point on the awestern side, of the Tangil road dis'ant thirty-firo chains thirty-for links norther Is from the north-east anigle of allotmecnt I5 ; iunded thence Ib thie said road bear ing N. 4ldeg. Gnmin. I, four chains ono link andi thence hr roads hearing respectfully rwest lire chain founrteen links andl a i half'. osouth foulrchainsl, anrid east f(url chain~ eightyv ive links and a halfto tile point of comnnencement. 'rangil.-Site for ai cem etry, also excptiel fromn necnpation for resolenec or business iundr any irllnle right or husiness lie-nse.-One acre three roods thirty-five ,serches, coonty of Buln Bnln, prishll of Tangil: comnmenc...

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VISIT OF THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

VISIT Or TIlE IIILWAY CO1I . ISSIISiON:RS. WAIt .R.- 6. "Thah TRilway Crohunirincers, arrived at Wsrrargil on Flrihly. Jan, 1, en route to Slde. li irisdale and iltffra. The Con, lssiers r.ere: ir, at tlhe station by Crs. 1'. J. Smith, J. U. Witten, Allleek, and D. Connor. 'teo Town Clerk said the council were inennvenienced Iby tle delay whichi had occurred in dealing with the papers in connection with this proposerl public park. Tihe Lands Departmenlt had avised the counlcil that the rail hWay depaIrtment had possessilon f thre palpers referring to tihe iroposed reserve. Mr. Greene said he had received ,a corn-. rnlrireatione from the Lanrld Declpartmenllt orl tile su)rjetr. \Mr. Speighlt said he would take a note of the matter witch a view to having tile ting put through. Cr. Witten asked the Commirsioners if they had decided upon a site for tihe station mnaster's residence. Mr. Speighti replied that they ihad not quite fixed upon the spot, and they would be glad to hear any sugg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

Tride Addlresses. John Binsmead AND SON'S CELEBRATED ENGLISH PIANOS" As Supplied by Her Majesty the Queen II.R.IH. Prinress Beatrice H.R.H. Duchess of Albany His Majesty King of Prtgl. and His Majesty King of Bavaria. Etc. Etc. Etc. And accorded The Legion of Honor, Tim Order of Villa Vicoza. J. Esdaile & Co, CELEBRATED ENGLISH PIANOS. Awarded Gold Medal and Special Diploma, Calcutta, 1884-5, where The Esdaile Piano ýGained 66 points out of a possible 70 points. Agents all over Gippsland. MAFF'RA I MAFFRAA IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT I Linton and Caw, B EGS to announce that they have have tlaken the premises lately occu pied by Mrs, G(ersand, and are now offer mg for Sale a new and well assorted stock of GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., &c. NEW TEAS! NEW TEAS! Haisow Bids. &c., Boxes and Half Chests. Al Value. All Goods have been personally selected and bought in the Lowest Markets, and will be sold at Prices neve...

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FOOTBALL. TRARALGON V. MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

FOOTBALL. -ti TI'TAitALGON V. MOlRWELL. The first il;tch ,of the ses.lon ,etwreen these olhl-tioe eontstaots tok place at Morwell on Sttiurday last. T'i.' Tr.traslon ites appeared on the grotunl aboutt ani hour behind the aplpointed time, lit uncces sary further delay occurred through the hoine team;i not being in r'adlinrso, when the visitors did arrive. T1'Ih Traralgon lhen only numbnered 13. hbt local substitutes brought tip the unuller to 18, inclusive of two boys, who played a goll game thronghout-espeeiahly one lha namedr l Horne, who was conspicnonsly smart. The honim team played with 19) men. uint the hest teanm Morwell ever put in a field be fore. The day was fine with little wind to alfect the play until the last quarter time. which was played thrtoughot a s?aking shower. The resul: was--lorwell, 3 goals 8 behinds, to Traralgon, 2 behinds. The sides were captained respectively by A. Brown for Morwell, and L. Miller for Traralgon. During the early part of the game the Trtra...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. ARE THEY EFFECTIVE.? [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. -o ARE THEY EFFECTIVE.? The "Age" deals wtth the snhject, so No one will deny that the agriculinral in terast is one the promotion of which Ile serves tihe earnest attention of ror states men. The farmers have a sylupiatlhtic friend in the presort Minister of Lands and Agricnlti-e, and his colle:igues are no doubt anxioes to assist him in hris efforts tor prnmote the welfare iof t thillers of tihe soil. The question is : have they hit upon the o.,t mode Ih which asosistance can he given to the agricultural ind?stry ? The lprotective systemr can onlyrr aidl tor a cer ain pointt: Native production :has not only ,overtaken the domestic ranrianI in the chief staples. Iit has hard to find an outlet for a: sarplsi in llother larkets. Under such circumstances it is only in re gard to a limited nmilier of products that an extension of the protective principle canbe lenclicial. It is therefore in other directions that benefit fromn State rativity tmrst ire chiefly sro...

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THROWING LIGHT ON THE SWEATING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

THROWING LICGHT ON THE SWEATING S: YSTEM. A considerable representation of victims of the sweating system have appeared in the commnittee room of the House of Lords where Lord Donraven's committee has taken farther' evidence on the subject. The sweaters were distinguished by their poverty-stricken and dirty aspect, their tattered clothes and wore wan looks. ,Mr. Arnold White stated that he had investi gated social questions at the East End, and was acquainted with' the sweating system. The sweator was a man who "grinds the face of the poor"-a man without capital, skill, or speculation. HU was almost invariably a foreigner, who had been sweated himself. Sweating pre vailed mainly in tile boot trade. but also in tailoring anrt shirt making, and in a lesser .degree, in cabinet making and lupholstery. In the boot trade, out of every fort shil lings received fromt the mansfactnrer, the Sr"kmfoer" or cntter--usually the sweater himlsolf,-received 2-; pere dozeti, while three finishers rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

Auctioneers Notices. JOHN ENGLISH & CO., 'STOCK AND STATION AGENTS MOIWELL. AUCTI ON EER, JOHRN- ENGLISH. Llearing Sales Nogotiatedi. Loans Negotiated. ..- -..V luationsmCarefully Made. 'CHARGES STRICTLY IMO3DERATE Agenit for i3lack and Sons. Coachbuilders. Buggies supjlded:for Cash, or on Time aymegits. NOTICE To Whom it may Concern. JOHlN ENGLISH 'begs to inform all persbns who have any goods in his nuction room, that he hat sold the room, and all goods not removed by Tuesday. June 19. waill he disposed of by auction to the highest bidder. Morwell, June 9, 1888. CLEARING SALE. iTUESDAY,-JANUARY 19TH, 1888. At the Rooms. station street, on account of various owners. JOHN EFGLISH will soell as above on account of various ownors. For Messrs. G. Black and Son-New double-seated buggy, suitable for farmers use. For Messrs. J. H. Patton, J. Savige and various owners, a quantity of furniture, sundries, etc. No reserve. Terms at Sale. TJOHN ENGLISH, Auctioneer, Morwell J begs to dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

Ioted Notices MURDOCH'S HOTEL, 110RWELL T MURDOCH vwishes to inform his numerons friends and the public redcrally, fhat he hae Itebuilt ald TRele urnished Ils well-l=nown IHostelry, where friends, visiters, and others will find Acconmmodation second to aone in Gipps dand. Wdmes and Spirits of the Best Procurable Brands. Blath, Billiards, Etc. Horses and Buggies on Hire. Good Grass Paddociks. .Stabling and Civility Gratis, "?M. MURI)OOH, Proprietor. ITHIIS SPACE NOT PAID FOR Y .ANYONE MIA TIAVE iT AT A PRICE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, t (0 It W ELL P. DONOVAN, Proprietor. H-AVING taken the poeesseionnof the dhoveFlfrst-class He.el, trusts to ":rceive the same-support accorded to'his predecessor. SELECTORS' ARMS HOTEL, 3I I t 13 0 0. .J" PETERS. 1lROPRTETOR. EVERY Attttion 'Pia to tIe requirements of VISITORS and Others. IVIN ES, A.'LES,ATD SITthlITS OF 'TIE REST QUALITY, KEPT. jusiness Addesses. Cheap General Store, IB 0 N '0 NORT H. J I, LTAS111 bege to :infrm, the inhabitants of Mirb...

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 June 1888

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Reader, have you the heartburn ? Have you u bad taste in your mouth in 7he morn ng ? Are you affected with pains across the back and loins? Do you suffer from flatu lence, sour belchings or acidity of the sto mach I Have you spots or specks before the eyes ? Throbbing at the temples ? Disin clination for study or business 1 Hot flushes or cold chills G roundless fears ? Love of solitude l Fluttering or palpitation of the heart iuon the least exertion or excitement 1 Defective memory 1 Sense of weight upon the chest, especially after meals ? Drowsi ness 7 Conlfusion of the mind and fatigue of the body on the slightest hurry ? Low, Ianguid, sisuhingfeeliugs l Tremsblingof tihe halnds Cold extremities ? Singing noises in tie head 1 Pains in the legs and thighs 1 Involuntary losses ? Impaired appetite? Defective nutrition ? Eruptions on the face or body? Fear of death? Or does life seem a burden to you ? If you canl answer in the-affirmative any of the above ques...

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EXTRACTS FROM THE ENGLISH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 June 1888

EXTRACTS -FIIOI THE ENGLISII I'PAPERS. 'Thleer?are greant speculationns in diamond mines lharbes in the London market. 'rea drinking ir rapidly iwnreasing in France, especially in the wine growing dis stricts. Alt the eight bridesmaids of the Princess of Wales are alive and married. 'Tht Mhkarski comprusaed air engines are being used onthe London street cars. They promise well. It is said tl?t there is not more than 109 negroes in the entire centre of Paris, and throughout France very few persons of African ilood are to be found. .Marseilles, France. working men have petitionedthe Government not to employ foreigners in the deck:-yards. and to impose a tax onthe omploycrs of any but French men. The sreat'German philosopher, Hartman,. declare that the partition of Russia is abs solutdly necessary for the safety of Europe. He .would di.vid Russia into three pars. giving Poland to Austria and Germany, Ostrich farmers in South Africa are at present suffering as much from bad times as our...

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VISIT OF THE ENGLISH FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 June 1888

VISIT OF TIlE ENGLISHI FOO' BAILERS. Some Inisapprehension appears to exist respecting the telms demanded of the En glish footballurs by the umetropolitan clubs of this colony, and in justice to those which Itoao evinced a desire to meeut the visitors in a generous and sportsmanlike spirit, it is right that the public who take such a deep and general interest in foot ball should be made aware of the actual facts. Some weeks ago Mr. J. Lilywthite wrote from New Realand to the football editor of " The Leader" complaining bit terly, and with good cause, of .the exorbi tant terms demanded by -some of the clubs in and near Melbourne, and 'expressing a hope that theseclubs upon beingreminded that theadmLissien to the English matches will be one shilling, would aceept one sixth for use of ground and'onesixth ,for opposing club, which, it was .pointed cut, was at the higher rate equivalent to :the usual one third at tha ordinary olubtchargue of sixpenoa. In justice to tile leading football ...

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