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Fruitgrowers' Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Fruitgrowers' Notes. There nro a good many growers liko Mr. Carson, of Eniriiold. On Satur day last Mr. Carson presented himself at tlio meeting of tho Market Com mittee of the Fruitgrowers' Union, and wanted to know whether the Union in tended to take any notico of 'noxious woods ' (sueh as knotty grass), and whether thoy could not tako steps to compel fruitgrowers to remove such from their orchards. As soon as Mr. Carson had finished, Mr. 'W. Stiomo wanted to know whether Mr. Carson had joined tho Union yet. Mr. Carson replied that he had not, as ho ' novor saw the Union do any good yet.' J?or all that, Mr. Carson displayed a certain anxiety as to what tho Union was doing about 'noxious weeds,' and, in fact, stated that he was prepared to come down handsomely with £1 if knotty grass was ' cured.' Too many people are ready to find fault with the Union, I especially when it comes to a question of 10s 6da j'ear (the membership sub scription;) They say, Mr. Carson, ' any excuse 'is be...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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ROSEHILL CLUB. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. NURSERY HANDICAP—5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

ROSEHILL CLUB. Saturday, June 22. Nurseey Handicap — 5 furlongs. St Mark Fatima Daniel Sophy Kensington Bluette Marohosa- Jonny Wren Manola Gbanvilie Stakos 6J furlongs. Alarm Mercy Ethel Reversion Arline Lindsay Moscow . Wnaddon Calypso Lady Alice Guracoa Charming Fairfiold Eveline Oxcnham Cobwob Knight Templar Little Lady Past master Groy.insr May Queon Somo Day Forester ?? Volney Annette Rex Melissa Viola (late Violanto Delegate Mullongandra Bustler Tho Telegram Bellringor Didorot Colenso Czarina Plenipo Rosicrucian First Dollar Huedle Race— 2 miles. Hazard Drummer Littlo John Willoughby Caliban Bellringer Attraction Voltairo Hester Ogro Heugist Vacy Silver Key (late Mon- Martindale arch) Artist Drilldool Hidden Treasure Parade Lord Ripon Tho Muson Lady Lyon Don Turcoman Speculation Steclgrey Cracksman : Albert Brunswick IF Handicap Selling Race — 7 furlongs Lavinia T.W. Arabi Bey Master Crusoe Tommy Forester Advico The Felon Sentence Artisan Euclid Delegate Prairio Rose Titus Th...

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CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

CUMBERLA.ND ARGTJd CUP CONTEST. Coates v. Aubnrn. — This long-drawn out match was continued on Saturday, after two Saturdays intermission owing to rain. Spears and Donnan, the not out men, continued their innings, and to the delight of the Auburn sup porters, when 9 runs had been added, Spears was bowled oil Ins pad by a grubber trom so.. Hayes — 4 — 18—78. Sweeny (who was very unwell and had a man to run for him) joined Donnan, and theso two defied all efforts to separate them. Donnan played a splendid gamo, whilo Sweony plodded steadily along, and when the stumps wero drawn the score stood at .178 for 4 wiokets. Tho match will bo resumed next Saturday. Scores : — Auburn 1st Innings. Marshalona, c, b Tunks . . . . 33 Conroy, l.b.w. b Speara . , 14 Fenton, not out . . . . . . 33 Miller, c, b Tunks .. .. 1 Hayes C. , b Byrnes . . . . 3 Everett, b Byrnes . . . . 0 Barton, b W. Tunks .. .. 0 Hayes W., b W. Tunks . . . . 17 Hayes. M , c, b W. Tunks . . 8 Ayors, c, b W. Tunks ? 3 Lambeth...

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Parramatta School of Arts. THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Parramatta School of Arts. THE EXHIBITION. The committoo of tho Parramatta School of Arts mot on Friday evening. Present : The President, Mr. R. II. DeLow, in tho chair, and Messrs. J. W. Hill, AV. R. Murray, T. Quirk, J. J. Brenan (honorary secretary), J. G. Fyall, A. C. Willis, J. Arundol, P. Morgan, and R. S. Richardson. It was reported that Sir Henry Parkos and Mr. J. H. Carruthors (Minister for Education) had consented to tako part in the opening ceremony of tho exhibition. A very satisfactory report was received in reference to tho refreshment stall being pre pared by tho ladies, and a liberal donation was reported from Blacktown. Arrangements wore mado for a mooting of tho decoration eommitteo to lay out tho hall. Satisfactory progress was reported from schools working for tho exhibition. Tho tender of the Rosehill Band was ac cepted to play throughout tho exhibition. The President roported that the exhibits form the Melbourne Exhibition would bo re ceived in good |timo. It w...

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Prospect and Sherwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Prospect and Sherwood. The usual fortnightly meeting of tho above Council was hold on Thursday ovoning. Pre sent: Alderman T. Muston, Mayor, in the chair, and Aldermen Jones, Paton, Hollior, Stiemo, G. Muston, Playford and Lackey. The Mayor laid Alderman Lackey's declara tion on the tablo. The minutes of tho previous meeting wore read and confirmed. The Finance Committee's report was received and adopted. It recommended that, under the present circumstances, no action be taken to recover damages for. the injury to tho lamp caused by Sirs. Marshall's aecidont. It also recommended that the sum of £1 per lamp por year bo paid William Apploton, said contrac tor having taken the lamp lighting and main taining contract at a rate that did not pay ox pensos. Several aldeotmon expressed a hope that in future the lamps would be better attended to. Alderman Hollier moved, --'That this Coun cil confirm tho action of tho Mayor in having the necessary repairs oflected to tho various roads and bri...

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THE MAORI FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

THE MAORI FOOTBALLERS. With reference to tho Maori team of foot bailors, who meet tho Parramattas on tho Parrumatta ground on Wednesday, next, the manager, Mr. David Scott, writes from Mel bourne to Mr. F. Bennett, of tho King's School, as follows: — 'The time is npw ap proaching when );ho Mauris wijfl yisit your town. I believe, from information received, you will have a very strong team to meet them. You will require it, as they have greatly im proved, I could scarcely bolievethatateamcould have improved so much. Thoir passing, which I consider ono of the prottiest points in your game, they now do to perfection. In Koogh they havo a man who it is said cannot bo ex colled as a half-back in England. It is quite certain, whatever the result of tho game may be, that they will havo a good time of it in your town.' Tho team havo just completed a brilliant tour in England. They played 74 matches, of which thoy won 49, lost 20 and 5 woro drawn, and this against tho pick of the host Englis...

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Sports and Games. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Sports and Games. FOOTBALL.' The unbeaten Parranvittas scored anothor victory oh tho Back Domain on Saturday last, def oating Newtown in a Senior l: adge match by 19 points to. nil. The game was really well worth seeing, and it must not be supposed, beoause Newtown did not score, that thoy did not play a Rood same. Indeed, they stubbornly contested every inch of ground from start to finish, never relaxing at any period of the game. Newtown kicked off and Taylor and Bowden s'oon had it back into tho centre of the ground. Hero Bowden passed to Frazer, who nearly succeeded in crossing tho Nowtown lino with it. Nowtown backs, howover, stopped him and an exciting sorummago took placo. Out of the scrum, J. Tunks got over or at least on tho line. Tunks laid on the ball, undor the impression that ho had scored a touch. ; The umpiro did not award it and gave Newtown a free kick for tho breach of the rules. Nowtown kicked tho ball .out of bounds. Frazer got it from the throw in, and, when nea...

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Parramatta Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, JUNE 14. (Before Messrs. J. Withers and H. Byrnes.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Parramatta Petty Sessions. Fhiday, June 14. (Boforo Messrs. J. Withers and II. Byrnes.) John Thornton, suffering from tho effects of drink, was remanded to gaol for a week for medical treatment Herman Stai'ker, charged with being drunk, pleaded not guilty. Sergoant Mogarvoy and Constable Macnamara deposed to the offence and ho was fined 20s or 7 days. Mark Blakely pleaded guilty to a similar offence and was fined 20s pr 7 days, William Jay v. Joseph Hemers. Assaulting and boating. Defendant,' pleaded not guilty. Complainant de posed that ho resided at Kenthurst ; know defendant; saw him on Tuesday, tho 28th May, in the road; defendant came up and struck him a blow on the head, at the same time romarldng, 'You're just the ? man I want to catch;' gave no provocation ; had be fore that reported the defendant, as a road trustee, to the Minister for Works. To defendant : I. am not the captain of tho ' Moonlighters. ' William Blake, a labourer, corroborated the plaintiff's evidence. Defen...

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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XLVI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

lighted at Last. ? CHAPTER XLVI. {Continued,.) , 'We'll try our best at any rate; and you will beliovo, Mr. Shield, that I should never have touched the money, if there had evor occurred to mo a sus picion that you might some day feel tho loss of it. You will remember that I always Tiudorstood your woalth to bo almost unlimited.' 'Mi/ wealthnovorwas, and isn't likely to bo. lieen a mighty fall in diamonds lately.' 'AVoll I undorstand so.' (The empha sis on tho 'my' was not observed by Philip.) 'Howover, I hoj-o you agree to aecopt the only roturn I can mako for all your kindness to mo.' 'Don't seo how it'o to bo done,' grow led Shield, again finding a difliculty (somewhere. 'Wo must find that out, sir,' said Philip with quiet resolution. ' Got to find your way out of this moss first. Tho works won't bringhalf enough to clear off your debts. You've been choatod all round — paying tho highest prico for rubbish' ? ' Impossible ! ' interrupted Philip. 'Wi'ontham may have mado mistakes ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

\ RCHITECTURE. — Hill mid Smith .OL Architects, have a vacancy for articled pupil. Premium required. /ROOKING STOVES, Wards, Beacon Ligh , \J Mistress, Criterion. MURRAY BROS. /CARETAKER Wanted for Congregational \j Church and Hall, Parramatta. Small cottage provided. For particulars apply Mr. N. Gazzard, Cowpor-street, Harris Park. 17URNISH throughout with JO MURRAY BROS. 17ULL REGISTER GRATES— 9s Id, 10n, JD and 10s 0'd each. MURRAY BROS. 17ENDERS and Fire Irons, try Jj MURRAY BROS. T7RUIT TREES.— Wanted to Purchaso 500 JO Summer Fruit and 500 Orange, Lemon, and Mandarin. State prico and all particulars to A. II. Murrills, Model Farm, Baulkham Hills. 'O A L S E ALARM. In consequence of alterations to the appar atus for ringing No. 2 Fire Bell, it will be tested by ringing the boll on this SATURDAY afternoon at 4 p.m. J. HUGHES, Seorotary, P.V.F.B. No. 2. ME. T. W. GLOVER'S TEMPERANCE MISSION. Assembly Hall, George street, Parramatta. TUESDAY, JUNE 18th, subject : 'The Perfect Cure...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Parramatta Borough Council. The usual fortnightly mooting of the abovo Council was hold on Monday ovoning. Present : His Worship tho Mayor, Alderman F. Beamea, in tho chair, and Aldermen Drow, Dixori, Dell.w, Ticrnan, Ferris, Ritchie, Moxluira and Taylor. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. The Lighting Coramittco's report of tho .16th1 May, as follows, was brought forward for re ception : — 'The Lighting Committoo hayp the honor to inform the Council that they, after a long and extensive investigation of all matters .in connection with tho tenders recoived from Messrs. Kirklaud and Company, Harrison and Whiffcn, and Gauss aud Co., Limited, to light tho Borough of Parramatta by electricity, re ferred to your committoo 30th January, 1889, for report and recommendation, arrived at the decision that the tender of Messrs. Kirkland aud Co., of York-street, Sydney, is tho most economical and suitable tender under which the work now in contemplation can bo carried ...

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Conference on Sewage Matters. PARRAMATTA AND GRANVILLE CONFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

Conference on Sewage Matters. ? PARRAMATTA AND GRANVILLE CONFER. On Wednesday ovening last, tho Mayor and Aldermen of the Purramatta Borough Council proceeded to Granville to meet the municipal representatives of that town, with a viow to discussing the question as to the advisability of instituting sewerage operations on a basis suit ablo to the requirements of both boroughs. Tho Parramatto representatives present were, His Worship tho Mayor, Alderman F. Beames, Aldermen Taylor, Booth, Dellow, Pixon, and tho Council Chirk, Mr. S. WIckham. Tho Granvillo representatives present were, the Mayor, Alderman C. Unwii), Aldermen Foray tii, Ross, Kay, liitchie, Goff, Leggott, and the Council Clerk, Mr. J. Scarborough. The Parrnmatta representatives Tvero ior mally introduced by Mr. Scarborough and welcomed by Mayor Uiuvin, who said ho hailed with pleasure tho fact that the representatives of tho two boroughs had met in a friendly spirit to discuss ways and means for disposing of their respe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 15 June 1889

IN MEMORIUM. BOWERMAN. — In loving remembrance of my dear mother, Amelia Bowerman, who departed this life June 12, 1886, beloved wife of Richard Bowerman, Carlingford, age 59 years 9 months 5 days. Inserted by her loving husband and daughter.

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School Children's Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

School Children's Exhibition. The Committee of the Parramatta School of Arts has every reason to be satisfied with the magnificent success ?which attended the school work ex hibition, conversazione, and fancy fair, held in connection with the institution, at the Town Hall, Parramatta, during the week. The exhibition was opened on Tuesday evening by Sir Henry Parkes, who, accompanied by Messrs. H. Taylor and R. A. Ritchie Ms.P., was met at the entrance gntes shortly beforo eight o'clock by the President (Mr. E. H. De Low), tho late president (Yen. Archdeacon Gunthoi), and mem bers of the committee. The Premier was conducted to the stage, whero; the committee assembled; and --'without any delay the President introduced him to tho audience in an appropriate address. Tho audience was ; a ? very large one, crowding the hall thoroughly. Sir Henry was received with loud applauso: He referred generally to the usefulness of such institutions, and especially in the mother country, where (ho s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

QUMMER FRUIT TREES FOR SALE. Peach, Apricot, Plum, Applo and Quince. A Large Stock of tho' Earliest and Best Varie ties, grown in now ground. Also, Orange, Lomon and Mandarin Tree3. Apply J. B. MoKEE, Cumber Nursery, Errnington and Dundas Road. mo :.c C 0 N T R A 0 T O R S Tenders will be received up to WEDNES DAY, Jiirio 26th, for the Talcing Down and Stacking the whole of the Materials in the Temporary Water Supply Pluming at Guild ford. . Specifications may bo seen at Messrs. Hart and Sons' or Messrs. Coates and Harper's Offices. ? rip O C A R T E R S. J_ ? Tenders will be received up to WEDNES DAY, JUNE. 26th, for the carting from ? Guildford to Parramatta of the wliolo of the materials in the Temporary Water Supply Fluming. Specifications aud particulars at Messrs Hart and Sons' or Messrs. Coates and Harper's Offices. npHOMAS DIXON, Church-street, South, JL Sole Agent Madame AV.eigel's Paper Patterns — every kind of garment. Licensed to sell Postage und Duty Stamps. - 0 LET, 0F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

ROOKING STOVES, Wards, Beacon Ligh, \J Mistress, Criterion. ? MURRAY BROS. FURNISH throughout with , ? MURRAY BROS. T7ULL REGISTER GRATES— 0s id, 10s JJ and 10s Cd each. ? MUKRAY BROS. T7ENDERS and Firo Irons, try JU ? MURRAY BROS. /'I RANVILLE CONGREGATIONAL IJT CHURCH.— Rev. J. H. FURLONG will Preach on SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, at 7 p.m. Subject: 'Lost—God's Photo graph,' All are welcome. OST, Fixed Deposit RECEIPT, No. 3,323 (£150). £1 REAVARD on returning same to Bank of Now South Wales, Parra matta. '1VTEW DAVIS SEWING MACHINES.— ±y Solo Agent for Parramatta and District. ? MURRAY BROS. NORTH STAR WASH BOAKD. MURRAY BROS. T)IANO FOR SALE, by well-known maker, .L in good order ; suitable for children practiaing ; £10. Mrs. Barraclough, The Park, Parramatta. SUPERIOR MILCH CO WFOR~SALE,Tn k_7 prime condition; would suit family, being very tamo ; milks up to 12 quarts ; cheap. Apply, Park Gatekeeper, Westorn Road. SUMMER FRUIT TREES Fifty varieties, about 2000 in all ; hardy, healthy,...

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T. W. GLOVER'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

T. W. GLOVER'S MISSION. A r.AROH audience was present at the Parra m:ittu Assembly Hall on Tuesday ovoning, to welcome tho great temperance lecturer, Mr. T. W. Glover, who is on a missionising visit lo the colony. The lecturer visited Parramatta under tho auspices of tho Cumberland Conven tion, I.O.G.T. Tho Rov. Dr. Harris occupied tho chair, -and there wero also presont on the platform, tho Revs. C. Taylor, 3. M. Buyley, F. Elder, J. Straughen, Bros. J. Saunders, President of tho Convention ; P. Morgan, C.R., Rechabites ; and Bros. (i. Mortimore, W.P., and J. Barber, W.A., Sons of Temperance Tho Von. Archdeacon Gunther and tho Revs. D'Arcy Irvine and J. Ashmead were also pre sent. Tho Rov. Chairman, in welcoming tho lecturer, referred at longth to tho misery and depravity consequent upon the pernicious traffic in liquor. The drink bill, as published by the Rov, F. B, Boyce, showed that between four and fivo million pounds were spont in liquor last year. According . to the Inspector...

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CUMBERLAND CONVENTION, I.O.G.T. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

CUMBERLAND CONVENTION, I.O.G.T. The quarterly meeting of tlio above Convention, was held on Friday of last week,in St. Paul's Schoolroom, Carling ford. Officers present : President, Bro. J. Saunders, D.D. ; Vice-Presidents, Bros. C. Gambling, D.G.C.T.. W. B. Smith, O.T. ; Secretary, Bro. J. Button, P.G.S.J.T. ; Treasurer, Bro. J. B. Price, P.GK Sec, and the following Lodges in tho district were represented by., : — 'Evening Star,' 'Happy Thought,' 'Star of the East,' 'Universal,' 'Orange Blossom,' and 'Sherwood Bangers.' After tho opening ceremonies, the minutes of the previous quarterly meet ing were read and confirmed. The Secretary presented his quarterly report, whieh briefly sketched the work accomplished during that period. The report was received and adojited. In the temporary abseuco of tho Treasurer, tho Secretary read the finan cial statement, showing total receipts to date £61 16s 8Jd. Total expenditure, £58 8s 2d. Tho fixing of the place of next meet ing was referred to ...

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Parramatta Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Parramatta Borough Council. A special meeting of tho Parramatta Borough Council was held on Monday evening. Present : The Mayor (Mr. F. Beames) in the chair, and Aldermen Dixon, Ferris, Dellow, Taylor, Booth, Eitchie, Tiornan and Drew, The Mayor read a telegram from the Principal Undor-Secretary, stating that an extension of time (two weeks) had beon granted for the Council to publish thoir assessment. Aldorman Taylor pointed out. that, unless the extension of time was pro claimed in the ' Government Gazetto,' they could not proceed to strike a rate. The Mayor reported that the exten sion had not been gazotted and accord ingly withdrew all motions aff octing the matter. Aldermnn Ferris enquired if there was any correspondence. Tho Mayor said ho did not intend to take correspondence at that meeting, as thero was a-good deal of business with out it. Alderman Taylor objected to this course of procedure Correspondence was~faken at tho last mooting, and every alderman had a right to know...

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Ladies' College, Parramatta. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 June 1889

Ladies' College, Parramatta. PEIZE DISTEIBU.HON. The distribution of prizes to tho girls of tho Ladies' Collego, Parramatta, on Saturday evening. The Mayor (Mr. 1-\ Beames) presided, and had on his right Mr. P. C. Cox, J.P., and on his left Mrs. Bell, the principal of the School. Archdeacon Gunther, Mr. AV. W. Bod enham, and other leading residents were present, in addition to a largo number of ladies and scholars. An excellent programme of musical selections wore rendered by the scholars under tho conductorship of Miss Boll. The proficiency shown by tho diminutive pupils was a great tribute to their teachers. Tho programme rondered was as follows : — Solo, Miss Simpson; duet, Miss T. Kex ninn and Miss E. Doyle ; double trio, Misses Boamos, Hughes, Plexman, An quotil,'and Gates; solo. Miss D. Fair clough; double duet, Misses Bodenham, Cairnes, Oatley and Harris ; solo, Miss Lily Bennett ; duot, Misses Holmes and Pay ten; solo, Miss Phillips ; double duet, Misses Smith, Phillips, Kel...

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