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JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. Fat Cattle.-—No change, at least for the better. Boot beef is to 14s per 100 1bs. Fat Sheep.—Market glutted ; 60-lb. wethers 8s to 9s, other sorts 3s to 7s Gd. Lambs'sold at 7s 3d to 12s Cd, alias usual depending on quality. Calves sold at 7b 6d to 80s each. , Wool.—The dullness noticed last week was still more evident at this week's sale, and at auction a very limited amount of'business'"was dono. Every description of wool is ,now arriving in, immenso quantities, and with heavy sales each day in the week, Saturday excepted, onr- buyers' are kept busy, * their attention being mostly given to the large?t and choicest parcels, whilst small' uneven or faulty lots aro much neglected. The news from London so far is en couraging, but ships aro Rcarce, nnd rates of freight excessive, arid to in lieu of-Jd to gd of a penny, the general; Prilling''rates, and as I mentioned last Week our buyers aro unanimous in be lieving that prices havo so far been' too ' high...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Ink Spills. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

Ink Spills. A LARGE and faithfully bailt hotel is now rapidly rearing its comely proportions at the corner of John and Elizabeth streets, Mr. James Nichols being the proprietor. The building'will contain 'ii'pjyaril.-j cif.2l.. ip'orns, nnil it is infeiiiledtoflU ii.'iip'wit'ji, till' the re quirements of' a lii-sl-cluss' coniitri'' notcti 't'ho frrirouwoj-koHberoof was being-placed in position, yesterday.. ... .?; ~ ?/! ,'; A- ?tin:"'.. '"If tlm prosperity' of .tlio ; tbwh h 'to ,bo tf'najjed by tho"'increase "in the litti'iiber of places' of .1)1181008?, titlcl.to.be. falling behind.. .Qcprgcstroolliris jiist'liad ndde'd tq.itW list""n new grocery aiid drapery store ope ; ncd ;bri Saturday last by' Mrs, JlcCoskor iii the well-known buildings bearing heihamci: One:conspicuous:fcatnre of the new establishment is; that businessis announced, to. be, 'cpncl'iiqtc'd on cash, prin ciples only. ! _'"' "'"?' '.. ; . "A. A'A''' ' A man who habitually 'borrows a' local papcr.publisheil north...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SYDNEY MARKETS. MORT AND CO.'s WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

SYDNEY MARKETS. MORT AND CO.'s WEEKLY REPORT. Wool.—There was active competition at our sale to-day for well-conditioned lots, washed being in most request; faulty wools were more difficult to quit except nt a reduction on late "rates. OTor 1200 bales wero aold. at to 12Jd for greasy, Hd to for in ferior to faulty.conditioned ifeoce, and. Ifijd to ll)d for scoured skin. / Sheepskins were in brisk demand', and realised up to 7|d for unwashed, und B£d for washed. Tallow,—Tlio Bides to-dny passed off with considerable animation for trade lota, but in shipping parcels very littlo buaineim was dono. Quotations—beof at £25 to £2,") 10s ; mixed, £13 to £24; mutton, £2G to £27 per ton. Hides.—There wan o moderaio supply, and prices exhibited a slight improve ment on the rates obtainable inst weclo Quotations—heavies, 3Jd to 4d; extra lioa?y, to dgd; medium, SJd to 4|d; ana light nnd dry, 4d to 6d per lb. Horso-bido? are in short supply, and largo aro worth from Ua to 7a Cd each ; small to m...

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"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 1880. The Reformed Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 1880. The Reformed Assembly. DECEMBER the 15th, in the year of grace 1800, should be a memorable, it not a red-letter day, in the history of Now South Wales. Hitherto the country has trimtci its legislation to Piirliiiinoiits whoso- lower Houso ?.?consisted- of the same'rnumber nil tho famous Jewish Sanhedrim—the mysticalc 3a To-day, however, :mnrks''u'departures- from tltti former arrangement, 'for' the Assembly that; is summoned to ! bicbli this day for the despatch of business consists of 108 members.-.?..?"Tho - 'comparative value of a reprcstmlativo legislator is thus redu'cod from one seventy-third' to oneone-hun-' dred aud-cighth part of the whole body' ofclectors. Tbo: relative value of tbo Cabinet is nl.io.altered, for insloud of being-a littlo moro than n ninth of the Assembly (allowing for one...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

NATURE'S . MOULTON'S FRUIT PILLS, i THE SOLID EXTJJAOT" OF' FRUIT, An Elegant Prcpnratieiii nud Perfectly Tasteless, ill PURGK, REGULATE, PUMIKY, CLEANSE AUD STRENGTH El*. Moulton'B Fruit Pillsfor the Cure of all Disordeis Ot" the STOMACH, Liver, Rowels, Kielneyp, Bladder, "Nervous Disease*, Headache*, Con stipation, Coslivenesp, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Billfousness, Fever, InSamation of the , Rowels, Piles and nil Derangements of the Ipternal Viscer?. WAItRANTEB T<b hVV&CI A POSITIVE Cl'?E. Made from tbe PU'IK SOLID "EXTRACT ?F FRDIT. and contaiuine no Mercury or "Deleterious Dregs. PRICE, Is. 3d.— SOLD BY ALL ?WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS ~ 3ytOTJJL.TON" B'fZSoT) BBABOHEE The Great Illootf Purifier, ftrllicieiitttiorootot tl,c ili-eeaso by Purifying the Blood, Ilestorinir tlic Liver and Kidneys to n Healthy Action, iiml liiTlgomtliig tho Mcrvoiw System. Ihe BLOOD SEAnCIIER is aclrnowlcdffcd by rhyelclans to bo tho Bent Itirinjr anil Cleanser of the Tllooil jot d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

Marriage. COUSINS. — EATHER. —At St. Alban's Church, Muswellbrook, by the Revd.   Canon White, ALEXANDER MUNRO,   eldest son of Walter Cousins, late of Narrabri, to MATILDA SARAH, third   daughter of Chas. Eather, of Muswell- brook.

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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

Notice to Correspondents. "C", Goorangoola, says: (1) in your issue of the 20th ult., you stated that Professor Hume had received a cast of the head of Kelly the outlaw. Would you be so kind as to state in your next issue where a corresponding cast could be   obtained? (2) Also where does Professor Hume reside ? Ans. (1) It would be hard to say. The sheriff, Melbourne,   might be able to inform you, or (2) Pro- fessor Hume himself, whom, we believe, practises his profession as a phrenologist at his rooms, Pitt-street, Sydney.    

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Sketcher. THE "PASSION PLAY." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Sketcher. THE "PASSION PLAY." Harper's Weekly. UNTIL within a few years the little village of Oberammergan, lying scattered in the broad valley of the Ambez, was as unknown to fame as any other small hamlet of the Bavarian Highlands- Few persons ontaido of' Germany had perhaps beard its namo until the publication ot a book by Miss Anna HiTfitt, iv whioh sho doiatibe? a visit paid to tbo PoM*oH?piVl cf 1850. " Nor do we hoar i muoh ot is again uniikthe year 1870, wheu . all at once, se it scsmed, a iids ol fashion, artistio nnJ anthotio, flowed ont'from tho shores of America and England toward il; and tho modest, nnprotending' mountain village awoke one morning, muuh to its sar prisn, to find itself for a brief season ihe ob jective point of tho world's gaze., Princes and nobler?, wise and foolish, learned and fashionable, all flocked from far and near to aw this new wonder, which, after all had in it no clement of newnesa either ln subject matter or la treatment, but won simply a, r...

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Agriculture. SMALL CHEESES FOR HOME USE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Agriculture. SMALL CHEESES FOR HOME USE. THERE is no necessity to say anything in favour of small cheeses for domestic use. The housewife 'who looketh well to the ways of her household" will at once appreciate the Value of a ohoieaanJ.uncommon:— "'lis: true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis 'tis true," that it should ho ah nnobmmon—manner of: using a few quarts of milk to advantage.: The dim-, onlty libs in not knowing howtb work the milk up: into, toothsome oheesos which may tie eatehfresh at any nieal, brieven '* between tiaios," when one. "pieces out " tho orav vlngs of a vigorous farm appetite, ? To make a Bhork story ol -tho "modus operandi Jet ns .begin with;'..':. AA'A'-v-x:, A-,:. ';?': ..?.?',: -v.-; fIOE BBHNET. ,:'?; ..,',;,?;???- : ..X X\. This is mode of the /.empty stomaoh of a" Booking calf, salted and dried upon a bent.ii twig in any airy place.v The rennet is at its best when eighteen months old. A stook ol these should bo kopt in, every farm-house; or, the stomach, fronh o...

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VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBITS. MESSRS. JAMES M'EWAN AND CO.'S EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBITS. MESSRS. JAMES M'EWAN AND CO.'S EXHIBITS. (By our special Reporter.) NOT the least interesting to visitors are the exhibits in the main British Court, which is situated to the left of the main avenue in the principal annexe. Indeed, the exhibits referred to, embracing as they do the staple productions of Sheffield, Birmingham, Wol verhampton, London, and tho midland counties, aro already eagerly sorutinised by our manufacturers and artisans. As this class are in a gro?t meaanro repre sented by Meows. M'XTwan and Co., Eliza , both-strcot, as the Australian agents, we pro pose at present to mention tho prinoipal onos. Tho potteries nro represented by George Ohoavin, Boston, England, who introduce . na to a fine display of ware, tho majority of which are filters in ovory oonooivablo pattern, from tho common but usoful brown crock to tho ologant porcelain filter, tastefully orna montcd with flowers, not a few of which are...

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THE COLD HAND OF MORBECK. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

THE COLD HAND OF MORBECK. Rural New Yorker. I TELL this tale as nearly as possible in the words of my old friend, the Rev. John Chalmers, sometimes rector of Gilthwaite, in the county of Durham. ' Did I never toll yon tho history of Luoy Gedgo P Ah, well, it is a sad ono, but strangely interesting for all that; so stir tho fire, my boy—tho nights got colder, I think, ? this spring, instead oi warmer—and light your pipe, and you shall hear it. Poor Luoy ! If you had seen her ovon on I lost saw hor you would have said that sho was just tho girl to mako an honest man happy, and to live out a placid, honoured Ufo of wifo and mothorhood- without any great trouble or oven excitement to disturb it; sho wa? such an innocent, pretty lass. It was not at all tho sort of face that a man would i dream of as being connected with a tragedy, but I doubt if you ever heard of a bitterer tragedy than that I have to tell you. Do you remember Morbeek Hall, the groathouso you exolaimed at when wo woro dr...

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Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER XI.-(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER XI.-(Continued.) BY DONALD CAMERON, Author of silverwater Bend," "Scripopolis," "Melbourne Life," "Transformations," "For Earthly Passions' Sake," "Grit," "La Fille, du Diable," "The Skinfin Ministry," &c., &c. "he Means to do ill deeds make ill deeds done. "YES," replied Walter. "Then let them drop a note under the door." "That will do," said Walter; "I'll go with you., ..'...' Tho two proceeded up some perilous steps which, in the opinion of irate correspon dents, were built specially for thoir behoof, so that, in case of a quarrel witk tho editor, he oould fling them down< without' trouble. More than once the hon. Angus Maogbail, whenabpiscdbyporsons who had grievances,' hod accelerated their, descent down these' steps, nnd when on the movo, they nfvor Btopped until thoy picked themselves up in the gutter, where tboy -wdre at liberty to indulge ia tho choicesttfonuneiatlons Of the Trumpet and its staff, .wh...

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Scissor Snips. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Scissor Snips. Adelina Patti, the "queen of song," has been engaged for an eight months tour in America, for which she is to receive the sum of £140,000. The first exhibition of tbo Art Society of New South Wales, was bporied at tbo Garden Palace on Monday week last. It was a complete success from every, point pf view; A ; ' ; '? i "If you marry Grace," exclaimed an irate father to his sou," I will cut.ybu off without a shilling and you won't have bo muoh as a piece of pork to boil in tlio pot." .:.?"' Well," replied the young man, " Grace beforo moat." A And ho imme diately went in search of a minister. A would-be-joker said in a company, which was partly compbaod of Hebrowa, " Now, my friends, I think Japan is the be?t placo to live in the'world. I under-, stand that there nro neither Jaws hbr pigs there." , A littlo folio tv in thb corner, the contour of whoso face showed Jeru salem his home, replied : " Well friend, I tell you what it is: let's you and mc go there and exhibit ou...

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Poetry. GOING THROUGH THE HEATHER. By Lillie E. Barr. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Poetry. GOING THROUGH THE HEATHER. By Lillie E. Barr. WHICH way are you going, Jenny?" "Going through the heather." , 'Don't you think then, Jenny, lassie, We could go together? Through the heather, .by, the burn, ' k ? .'Mong the.plomos of lady-fern,.- O'er the *trath, fcmopg the grass, ? Shall we go together* lass?'.' , ? *" '"" - n. r - < - " 'Deed, it's lind of lonely, Jamie." ''" " Thon wo'U go together."; , And the lassio'a ohey-ks were pinker ' Thau the' hells of heather.. ' , '" "Por 'tis lonely by,ona'a sel', r And I haven tale to tell; If you'll listen, Jenny, Jaes, , Every word shall como to pass," m. * ' ?> ? - Then ehe gave her hekiC to Jamie, " ' And they went together, * Up the ennny, silent hiUsido,' t Through the bells of heather. , Oh I tho happy, willing feet— Ohl tho wWeporalow and swoefr— ? Oh 1 the tale the lovejr tella , , ' < "Up among tho heather bolls I , * 1* ' \ . iv ? ?' ' ' "Well might Jenny, nnswor softly,' Coming through £b,O ...

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The No-Confidence motion. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

The No-Confidence motion. Melbourne, Tuesday. Telegraph. IN the Assembly Mr. L. L. Smith moved the vote of want of confidence in the Ministry of which he had given notice and explained his reason for doing so, taking exception to the conduct of the business of the HCtose by the ministry, and the mal-administration of tho departraonte. Ho reviewed tbe. notion of the Government from the first on the questiou of reform, and blamed them for taking in Mr. Wiiliam? as a Minister ot Mine?, whom ho regarded aB a traitor. He blamed Mr. Berry for using tho Re formed League' to terrorise mombors, and considered that a worso Govornmeht could not bo got. Ho hod no sympathy with those who said a better Government could not be got, and that, therefore, thoy (the Berry Government ) Bhould be kept in powor. He animadverted on the etato of the finanoos, which he said, required an ablor man than Mr. Berry to deal with. After some offonsivo re marks from Mr. Bent, a division eras takon on Mr. Smith's m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

';r?JS£MONT HOUSE, * fr V?*?*',;'.''.',' OEOBOE BT." SINOLETOW. ; --' and Residence ? TBBMS LIBEIUX. /?Mies. ?BO'Vvrr.^a ?'! O* Tho Railway "Bos passes tho door. QYDNEY WOOL SALES "JlOjaT'Md COS "WOOL WAREHOUSES, s>'i - - Sydney, To our Constituents, and "Woolgrowcrs generally, ,' "Wo venture to liopo that wo now address a wider constituency than in nny previous year. An increased direction of Wool to This "Pout litis already been fully ovidencod, and thocontinuodoxtension of tho Railways most i yearly bring accession. In this l'.x -(tfANSION it has been very gratifying to ns to . find that while retaining the fncnd? wo havo boon privileged to sorvo for many years, wo have been honoured also with the confi dence of many others, who could only have como to us on their report, "Wo desire to respond to this trustful pre ference, and are paying attention to n pro vision of tho appliances necessary to meet ?tbo enlarging and yearly condensing 1 wooi,' 'Season, To this ond, wo aro addi...

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Peter versus "Punch." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Peter versus "Punch." IN the Metropolitan District Court, on Monday, before Mr. District Court Judge Wilkinson and a jury of four, an action was brought by Peter Campbell scribed in tho plaint as a "voluntary and undenominational preaohor and ?lecturer.) against William Henry Hicks, the rogistored proprietor nnd publishbr of Sydney Punch, to recover £200 damages for alleged libel. Tho action was ba?ed upon a paragraph appearing in tho publication reforrod to, on October 9. Mr. David Buchanan (instructed by Mr. Ashdown") appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. J. H. Want (instructed by Messrs. Gannon and M'Laughlln) for defendant. No witnesses were colled for the defence j and Mr. Want briefly addressed tho jury, contending that there was nothing to show that tho article.wiw' offensive or libellous, or that it had in flicted any injury on plaintiff? obafodtor. His Honor summed up, and the jury, after about an hour b consideration;, brought in a yardiot by majority for plaintiff, damages ond ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

WE havo on hand tho following, suitable for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at vory moderate prices :— PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS WOBK BOXES WRITING DESKS LADEES*. HANDBAGS BOMNET BOXES INDIES' PORTMANTEAUS gpRSES-POBTMONAIES FANS and HANDSOME HOLDERS HTT.VER NECKLETS, CUFF FASTENERS LOCKETS, BROOCHES, EARRINGS. FICHU CLASPS, &c. OEifTLF.MEN'B GOLD ScfSILYSR BTUD SUITES - ' LADIES' REAL AMBER SUITES HEAL JET'SUITES," BROOCHES. EAR :*-. RINGS, LOCKETS, BRACELETS, &c. INKSTANDS PARIAN MARBLE FIGURES ? HESSE It LUBIN'S PERFUMERY HANDSOME BOXES OF HALF-DOZEN HANDKERCHIEFS, &c,,cfcc. THE BHILLING and tho HALF-CROWN TABLES fully assorted. James Moore ?& Co- \ IDRRMTS&RAISINS. WE Bhall continue to sell theso WITH . OUT ANY ADVANCE IN PRICE nntil Christmas Eve. 'JAMES MOORE & CO. r J :t H. ADAMS HAVING mado EXTENSIVE PRE PARATIONS for tho coming festive Mason, RESPECTFULLY INVITES tha nublic of Singleton and district to INSPECT his largo and well-selected STOCK OF ...

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Wool Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Wool Items. THE Herald of Tuesday says :—No less a quantity than 36,442 bales of wool have been despatched this season from the Wellington railway terminus to Sydney; and it is expeoted that fully 10,000 balds from tho Darling will yet oomo to this port from Wellington. Messrs. Wright, Hcaton ? and Co., who havo travellers out engaging th" ' , anticipate having alltha -\ \. : wo ?'? ofliouth ele?~* ... Rations north 80T.41- ; .„u within the next two. _.üb. It will be observed also that some 12,000 bales of Now South Wales grown wool havo, within a week, passed Wentworth, on route for shipment—tiro thirds by the way of South Australia, and the balance by way of Viotorio. Messrs; It. Goldsbrough and Co. Melbourno roport:—We sold four thousand bales this week. Inferior to good greasy from7d to 12|d per lb., aud w;a?hed fleeco from 13d to 2a. Thero was a full attendance, and brisk competition at last week's rates. Greasy croEskeids realised from 74 to Uft'i P?T "a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 December 1880

Ift'' 4 ' '""ARGUS." ~. '-ifestmas Supplement. '" - WITH OURISSTJE OF WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22,1880, A;-!,. WE WILL PRESENT '; 7 OEATUITOUSLT ; ''i)?IiJ'BBORIBBRS H?r . A-Four-Page Illustrated! 'CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT. './IT will contain 28 columns ofinlor 'lF^fti'ofl'ting'leading matter, writtcii by :, the leading colonial talo writers, .and t4 ,jlUjiatration?"T)y "Messrs. Aahtoa iand '"Xlortfa, artists who liavo gained pon ?> tridorable celebrity in tbo Bister colony, *? 'Victoria $ ond we sinceroly trout it may .-j'Jprovo acceptable to readers. j <! ">'" CONTENTS: ' '"''?' CHRISTMAS IK tiik SPUTTERS hvt>< , CAMP"—Py Hiinity Kendall. * "A, TERRIBLE OIIRt&TMAb DAY*'— , ;, By Maiious Claukb : Illustrated by j! '.i ? J. R. Ashton. ; " -?'BAM THE SELECTOR, on tub DYIN'J *-. * OUUSK"— By Donaijj OAiinitoN. i \' ! ', , ? A ' CHRISTMAS AIJVUNTURE"-illy ?j',' , ~ RIOBMOND TIIATCHEII. "WHAT KATIE VAUGHAN LOST AND ? x*. WON os OHBIdTMAH DAY"—By s t &lt...

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