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Gold Discovery at Captain's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Oold Discovery nt t'aittnin's TUit. The Captain's Flat v'onesjioiidcnt of tin; ^»»cau beyuu Times says .- — A gentleman lias called in to report the discovery of n rich gi,],l btiaiiir; reef, found close to Captain's l-'l*t, mi a pnrtinri «-f Mr. John Roach's private propurty , by two pwsuvcring miners named James Wimlabanlc aud John Osborne. These two meu have been digging about here for several yean, oh and off, and from the many rich patches of coarse gold found in the creek by them aud others they were of opinion that the reef which shed thegold was not fai off. Conscnutmtlv they were untiring in their efforts to discover its whereabouts, and to all appearance they have at length succeeded. My informant describes it as a well-defined reef about a foot wide ami carrying gold pretty- freely from the surface to the present depth, which is about 12 feet, and shouirig evident signs of improvement us they go down. Tlie share holders have secured the land by a 10 years' lease from Mr. ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Weekly Calendar. n.....**i. w. t] l-aysof S«n ' Sun ] Moons Daywrf the Week M/nth RjBC8 , Sqt8. Age. Ws&kesdav ? July 3 7 7 j 5 J 8 Tuubsday ? ,, 4 7 ' , a i 9 Friday ? „ 5 7 7 5 2 10 Saturday ? 0 7 7 5 2 11 Snsn*r ? „ 7 7 7 5 3 12 Mokdat ? „ 8 7 « I H 2 13 Tojm&ay ? ,, 0 7 0.34 14 moon's dusk. Mooii's First Quarter, July 6, at 4.4 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrenvd et Pro&perd. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1889, * ? . ? __ ? _ ? _ ? _ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

iiii-i jtilugaut designs ItitUSSELS CARPETS, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indian Carjicfcs, Turkey Curputs, Kensington Squares, aud Tui-i-iry Carpels. Wu in\ itc attention to those about to fur nish or renew their carpets to our unrivalled s!»cli of these good*. TJie styles are new, riili, clugiiiil, and distinctive, and suitable for I 'raving-looms. Sitting-rooms, Dining romns, Buil-rooms, Landings, Stairs. 1V« import only ,tlie best qualities, and our pirn's arc no higher than those quoted else where for inferior makes. Hugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums aud Mattings in qruiit rariety. j'iiUerus, with prices and full particulars, sent post free mi application. We have a large stock of Art, Cabinet Mid I ^pli'ilstt-ry furniture always on hand, aud we can make to any design if required. David .lours and Company, r.MSJ'KT, I'LonnCLOTH AND ART l'urniturc Warehouse. ()pi»isit« tlie General Post Office, GEORGE STRKKT, SYDNEY. iW.Vflir'UL-COMt'ORTING. EPPSSTCOCOA. M U E A K V A S T. ** I -V a thorough...

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Braidwood General Sessions. SATURDAY, JUNE 29. (Before A. Backhouse, Esq., Chairman). SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

BrafdMood General Sessions. Sattoday, Jlwe 29. (Before A. Backhouse, Esq., Chairman). SENTENCES. Roger Watson who Jiad been fouxd guilty on Saturday of larccuy was brought up for sentence. Prisoner asked not to be sent to (roulburn Gaol. He would thank his Honor to send him to Braid wood Gaol and promised to reform when lie came out again and lead n new life. His Honor : The offence for which you have been convicted is not a very serious one an-l but for your bad character I would give yon a very light sentence to the one I am about to pass upon you. You belong to the criminal class and it is desirable in eveiy way that you should be coutiued aud so ciety should be riil of you for a time. The sentence oi the Court is that you be imprisoned in Uarluig hurst fJaol for two years with hard labor. John Cunningham, found guilty of common as sault upon his wife, was sentenced to nine mouths hard labour in iiraldwood Gaol. His Honor said : I have taken into consideration the recommenda tion...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Gous-mixikg Leases. — The undermentioned ap~ plications for gold-mining Iease3 have been approved of viz., J. M. Mariett, 33 acres, parish of Jenick uora, county of St. Vincent ; M. O'Neill, 10 acres same parish mid county ; T. Quinn, 10 acres, same parish and county ; U. B. fiutti;, 20 acres, parish of Meaugora, county of St. Vincent; J. G. Archbold, 20 acres, . same parieii, ami Moimya Divi sion. — H. L. Smith, 2 leases of 10 acres, and parish oi sioruya. couuty ot oc v tucciic. VM'lx. Corps. — At a meeting of the club it was decided, with a view to encouraging members to be more assiduous in their tit tendance at the butts, to offer a trophy for competition exclusively amongst members oi the corps. This trophy, we arc in formed, will Uike the form of a haudsoms silver ink stand, valued at £12 12s. There will also he a match for second prize. It is proposed tc hold the contest monthly, and the conditions provide that. the prize must be won three times by a member be fo...

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Original Poetry. WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Original Poetry. ? «. ? WHAT BIIG1IT HAVE «EEX. Far through the fog-s of vanished years To-uight I fly, until The spring time of the p:tst »]-i-i»is In all its gloiy still. Again I kneu! fm &»!iny «lo)i-! Of that since failed Keelie, To tlierccxliutuc caeh buried hope And think wli.it mi^ut have been. ' All ! years iiou- fleet, and yet so long, Since time of joy ami peace '. All I grief lioiv weak, yet still ho strong, When shall the surges teaw.' 1 Oh ! blank of now, oh I liliss of then, Oh ! loidiliucss bctu-ccn !' These arc tlio thoughts tlmt luuiiil n-« when I think what might have been. The buds of promise nature gave To me in early years Were long since planted in a grave, And wittered with my tears. Oil ! had the fates but let me keep Those liloMoins bright mid green, l'crliaps io day I would not wee)) To think what might have been. IK'CKESJWrRA.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Q'HEIRANDMTOBY, ; iM-i;itiir.iiii;its Wjilla-co-Slvwl Braid woimI. / \Hi:n- jiui .MU.voviiim.i- ^..iiipiutu.i tJn.ii-, \J new ;m-l li;u«ls,,me HKAUS1-:, an: now (ire- ] panM -,r, comlsn-1 I'linoi-sils --u tin' most ! iiiLMVil terms. ) £50 REWARD £50 i PSAUD & DECEIT. JIIMU ??? ? — nl-l ? '~ ! In order to protect the people from beinf* defrpuded and cheated, the ; American Hop Bitters Company offers j the above Reward for the arrest and I conviction of '?.ny person or persons i refilling the American Hop Bitlers Company's bottlas, and for selling any vile nostrum or compounc^ as the genuine and original Dr. Sou'e's Ameri- | can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting ) the Company's Label — a Bunch of ; Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. i DR. SOULE'S HMERICRN j HOP * BITTERS j (A MEDICINE. NOT A DRINK), | HOI'S, UVVUU, MASUltAliE. j IIAMIfcLIOV j ANU HIE I'm™ *M- ]i«T MK1MC41 V''-'1'0' ?it**, £en:ale eoi»i-l'ainLi and Drunkenness. . THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! | I)'...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYNDEY. TUESDAY 11.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

* OUE TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWK COHBKSJ'ONWiNT). SYDNEY. Tuesday 11.30 p.m. At the Homebusli stock sales yesterday 5+0 cattle were yarded and prices advanced 10s, to ISs. Best bullocks btought £8 14s 8d and others from £i 17s, 9d. 3580 sheep were penned, best merinos fetching Ids- 9d. others from 8s 4d. and crossbreds 17s. At meeting of tlie creditors of Messrs Boyd and King, Auctioneers, yesterday the state ment showed a surplus of £30,000. The es tate hrts been assigned to the trustees. Mr. Goodclmp nddressed the Redfeni elec tom last night and had a brilliant reception. He spoke at some length on tlie question of Free Trade and Protection. Mr. Dories, the Pcotectonist Candidate for tlie vacant neat, has retired in favor of Mr. Shey. An old man named Peter Farrell was killed v on tlie tram line near Park-street last night. J A heavy £-»31 of snow occurred ii» many P country districts j'esterday, TJie wool export for the year ending 30th June showed an increase of 50,000 bales over ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

WANTKD, a gooitGENKRAL SERVANT (no Washing). Apply Mrs. OSLEAR, Wilson street AJi EMWRJ.V MAN wants n SITUATION in Town of Country. Generally useful. Ap ply at the Office of this paper. Notice. F HEREBY authorise Mr. J. 13. THORMAX to receive all ACCOUNTS due to me, and his re ceipt sliall be u sufficient discharge of the same. HARULD L. CUMMIKGS. Notice. A LL ACCOUNTS due to me must be paid by _£X July 22nd, otherwise tlic3r will !»e placed in the hands of my solicitor for recovery. HAROLD L. CUMMUftiS. Braidwood Kink. PRIVATE SKATES. ALL PRIVATE SKATES need on this Floor prior to this date will contiuwt to be admitted FREE OK CITARIJK: n]»« ALL SKATES l'UmiHASET) AVTBR THIS DATE FROM THE RINK. Any OTHER .SKATES than the a1«iv« will Iw SUUlfKCT TO A l'LOOR A«B CWA15UK OK .SIXPENCE FOR EACH ADMISSION. A. FRASER, Manager, July -2, 1880. Final Notice. k LL ACCOUNTS due Ui me MUST 3iE PAID JX to myself or Mit. J. E. Thobman by JULY 20th, 1880, or some arrangements made, other wise tlie...

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F. L. Barker's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

F. L- Barker's Report. Leather. — Sales are restricted to sole for which there is a steady export demanded. Good quality is worth from 7-1 to 7Jd ; nough, Oid to 0£-i ; damaged, Cd to (iW ; harness, JOd to llji! ; bridle and hag, 9d to 10d per side. Bauk.— Values during the post fortnight have hardened to the extent of 20s per ton on prime descriptions, infeiinr «wts limvevei1 remain dull of sale. From my catalogue I cau quote as follows : superior green wattle, £8 10s to £!) ; good dry, £7 1VO IU ^U UO , llgUl 1*1 U(blll|, OUllO, Ml IV J. I , DID Cl and black wattle aud hickory, i'l to £3 per tou. M.uisrrui, Skins. — Wallaroo und red kangaroo and brush wallaby sold at slightly lower rates on Tuesday, but grey kangaroo and bear skins foimd ready luiyers at !ate figures. Opossums on Wed nesday brought about last weeks, prices. Quota tions, Kangaroo, (grey), largest, say 31I- each, 80d to lOOd each ; large, ;-0d to 70d ; medium, 2(id to 40d ; small, to medium, lo'd to 22d ; small 8d t...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

LONDON1. Monday. The Dekgon, railway -Ii!licalty has been submitter! to arbitration. William O'JJrien has been i'e-arrestcd for sfcitmueiits made by him iu n speech delivered at Tipperary. 'Die grand jury which lias hadbefore it the case of tho murrlcr of Y)v. Ci-oniti has in dicted for murder Patrick O'SullivAii, Martin Burke, Coonoy, Beggs, detectives Coughliti, Kunz, nnd Woodiufi'. The jury will next continue the injury regarding the charges made (tff.-iinst Alexander KuIHvjih for nmnnli city in the murder. The revenue returns of Great Britain for the past quarter show an increase of £86,000 compiu-ed with the corresponding quarter of last, year, II. Thevcnt has produced a letter proving that the Boulangists have been guilty of for ging documents with a view to incriminate members of the Government with misapprop riation. France and Russia have refused to assent to the proposal for the conversion of the Egyptian national debt, Latbii. Further particulars from the Stanley ex pedit...

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TO SINDEL, THE POET. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

TO SIMtEL. THE POET. To you, sir, we awe id A compliment, know it V'ou resemble a poet As a sheep does a goat. We like to hear you shout ami roar, We always sound your praises, But stay your poems quickly or We'll wish you safe in ? Don't weatr away your brains o'er growu ; Your wits should Its roiburntgited ; Your head looks good, but you must own Your foot are better furnished, Poor ' Irwin's' frleiidn lie in the grave, Ha makes Ms mourn about it ; Your sixteen Unas show nothing save T!»e ease to H« without It, 'AJAX,' The dead body of a man named Jas, Griffin was found on tliB southern nallway liue near Goulbum on Sunday. Major-Ueiierat Edwards, who is coming to Aub. ttwlmto inspectthe military defences of the colonies has arrived at Port Darwin,

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Original Correspondence. [IT must be distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Original Correspondence. [It must be dijtinctly iinder.-stood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents. ] (TO THK ETnriJU OV TIIK UISl'ATt'II. ) Sir,— Will you permit me to correct an error in your report of the evidence ngainst me at the Quarter .Sessions. Von state that the knife with which I was to have killed Mr. Deasy was two or three «!nys iu rny possession before it was missed. In fact the knife, by the witness Watson's own evidence, was used by him at dinner ou Friday at 1 o'clock, and was first missed by him the same day before locking-up time, 4 p.m. His evidence Was to the effect that I must ll:ivn fast-cnnd -m t)in leather, ground the knife and hidden it in the two houre between -linuci' and lockiug-up time— a state ment so improbable that the jury at once acquitted we. Though it did not appear on the trial, and the gaoler forgot it, the knife had been sharpened two duys before to kill a pig, ami I was treated most cruel...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) L0ND0N,Jvsn2S. There ia much discussion as ia the verdict that will he arrived at by tlw arbitrators £u the Chetw ynil v, Durham lihol case. Tho position is regar» dod as BerionB for Sir -J*oi-go ChetwyixJ. as to whom the majority of people consider Lord Dur. ham's oharces proved. His friends aiw vevv an. jelous, but hqpe, aouijidai'lug tlie magnitude qf the issue luvolved, that an award similar to the Scotch verdict, 'Ifot proven.' will be given, otherwise the plaintiffs position is blasted, Tlio Karl of Derby, speaking nt Westminister *st night, stated that if the Home Rulers would first federate the Colonkl Empire he would then he pwnareu* to ftcoept tho principle of Home Bttle for Ireland. I Tlic carl of Aberdeen has consented to preside at ? tire gatliering-at which tlioirocdom of the city of ? j;,linlmi{;li u to be prc-Bcntcd to Mr. C. S- ParnoU I The Bcamcn on strike at the port of Glasgow I iiavc returned to work on the 'turms «f the...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

GENERAL NEWS. «^. — w ? A deputation on Friday urged the Minister for Works to bring under the notice of the Government the necessity for taking steps to mitigate tho effects floods iu the Hunter district, more pavticulnrly in regard to West Maitkud. Iu reply Mr. Bruce Smith said that the promise he could give was this — Thai one of the moat cfliujicteut men that this country could produce should again visit this place, and take a comjjruneiisi ve view of the matter aud its surroundings, and he should report whether iu the light of the most modern hydraulic science anvtbins could be done to mitigate the creat dancer to wbich the town ami district arc subject. Iu a paddock neai Murchison (Vic), the remains of a man have been found. Death, it is believed, was iluo to starvation ,-uid exhaustion. Au old fanner named Hayes, a resident of Dun tnorc, ncai' Maitianil, who has been missing for some days, has been found drowned. A nun named (Jeorge Oigimn was brought up (it the Water Police ...

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The New Caves Near Marulan. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

The New Caves Near Marulan. The Minister for mines has just recieved a report from Mr. W. Anderson, geological surveyor, with regard to the caves which have recently been discovered in the vicinity of the Shoalhaven Valley, near Marulan. The caves, it appears, are situated about 13 miles from Marulan, and some 24 miles from Goulburn, on the Southern Railway, and can be readied from either of these places. The caves are in the close vicinity of a place known as the ' Look Down,' which is much frequented by tourists, and which is situated on the top of the limestone outcrop in which the caves occur. From Marulan to within a couple of miles of the caves the country consists of quartz porphyry, which has been intruded among a series of highly metamor- phosed sedimentary rocks, and the limestone in which the caves occur forms part of this series. The surface of the ground on the outcrop of the limestone is slightly undulating, and at intervals there, are numerous local depressions, which...

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A Remarkable Tale of Shipwreck. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

A Remarkable Title of Shipwreck. A wonderful story has been published of the adventures of the survivors of the barque Gettysburg, of Aberdeen, which was wrecked on the desert island Motyiiit Cayes. .13 miles from Jamaica. The vessel was bound from Monte Viden to Pensacola in ballast, and was manned by IS hands. In the early morning of April 1 she struck on n coral reef outside the Morant Cayes and com menced to break up. Five of the crew were washed away and drowned. The remainder Htin#r if* the Imhnm nf thp li.-irnnp u'lifnli u-nc still above crater. Ultimately Captain Steward, the mate, eirpenter. sailmaker, aud five seamen reached the reef at daybreik. Tlie Cayes was made out a mile to westward of the reef. William Carter, an able seaman, -swam out to -two spare, the. mast and yard, and with the assistance of James Crawford, an ordinary seaman, who joined him, con structed n raft alongside. By their efforts the lives of Captain Stewart and six other shipmates wftre saved. They w...

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The Maybrick Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

The Mnybrick Case. Great sensation has been caused in Liver pool over the inquest on James Maybriek, a leading merchant, who died under circum stances reflecting great suspicion on his wife, who was arrested. Mrs. Maybrick is aged 26, aud her husband was 50 years. She is a daughter of a banker in Mobile, and step daughter of Baron Rogue, and is under stood to have a private fortune, Michael Mnylwick, brother of deceased, was the first witness called. He is a well-known baritone singer, who is equally famous as Stephen Anams, miner ?vnicii namn lie lias composed numerous bnlhidsund songs. He stated that on the 8th instant he was summoned to Liverpool by telegram, and was m-;t bv his brother Edward. They went, together to the house of the deceased. They found him in bed attended by a nurse. Mrs Maybrick met. them, and followed them into the bed room. He said to her that he hud suspicion that, his brother was not beinj: properly (it tended, and she asked what he meant. She said she had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

Q'HEXB AND MUNDY, VNOEKKTAKEItS, Wallace-Street Itrairivroori. OHKIK »wl MUNDY having cmiiletc.1 tlum- | new anil hnnilHonw HKAKSK, :ire now jnc- j nareil to conduct Fllllfnils Ml the IIMSt ! IIhtmI terms. { £50 REWARD £50 I FHAUD & DECEIT. ! Jn order to protect the people from i being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers ! the above Reward for the arrest and j conviction of «ny person or persons j refilling the American Hop Bitter* Company's bottltss, and for selling any j vile nostrum or compound as the , genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri- : can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — * Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S AMERICAN HOP* BITTERS (A MEOIOINE, NOT A ORINK-, tXMUS* HOrS, BUVHU, MAWDRAKE, AXDnir. rruur aw But Hrihcju. quumMor AM, OTUlft UlTTCU. THEY CTOr»3B AH Diseases of the Stomach, Bowels. Blood, Lifer. KidiKj. and Urinary Orgun, NerrouwKM, Sleeplew nets. Female CompWnW and Dron...

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F. L. Marker's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

V, L. Barker's Report. { Hides. — Sloppy sorts are rather slow of s;i(e, Imt prime heavies and lights are (inn ut the following quotations, viz. : — 3d to 3Jd for henry ; sloppy, ditto, 2gd to2Jd; good medium, 2£d ; sloppy, 2.'.d ; ' light, 2J to 2|il ; dry, 2.1 to 2iil ; damaged, Id' U, | 2d per Ib. : fllVl.Low. — Very little change io note, Fridiiy's j gures being a tritlu muU'i the previous -!»\'a. Ur.-i! ' mixed inailc to ££-,- beef, £20 10s to £21 JOs; 2nd : quality, £19 to £20 per ton. ' Il.iItK. — Arrivals lately have been light, wliicli j trill account for the upward move in values. I sold | cuui-itcrii gti^ii wu^tic w a.n lua i*il su|ienoi iiuu i dry; otlier descriptions from i'l 10s to £7 per ton. Maasi'I'IAL. Skins. — (ii-cy kangaroo niaiutiuiicd lut weeks rates, but red kangaroo, walliu-na and bear sold at declining figures. Opossum two, were a1 shade easier. Quotation*. — (irey kangaroo tu 90d for large, {it feiv extra large sold we/i-JOlM); medium sizes from 3Ud to 5iA...

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